Thomas Hochrainer
Thomas Hochrainer
Professor für Festigkeitslehre, TU Graz
Verified email at uni-bremen.de
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A three-dimensional continuum theory of dislocation systems: kinematics and mean-field formulation
T Hochrainer, M Zaiser, P Gumbsch
Philosophical Magazine 87 (8-9), 1261-1282, 2007
1512007
Continuum dislocation dynamics: towards a physical theory of crystal plasticity
T Hochrainer, S Sandfeld, M Zaiser, P Gumbsch
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 63, 167-178, 2014
1292014
Continuum modeling of dislocation plasticity: Theory, numerical implementation, and validation by discrete dislocation simulations
S Sandfeld, T Hochrainer, M Zaiser, P Gumbsch
Journal of Materials Research 26 (5), 623-632, 2011
952011
DAMASK–The Düsseldorf Advanced Material Simulation Kit for modeling multi-physics crystal plasticity, thermal, and damage phenomena from the single crystal up to the component …
F Roters, M Diehl, P Shanthraj, P Eisenlohr, C Reuber, SL Wong, T Maiti, ...
Computational Materials Science 158, 420-478, 2019
912019
Numerical implementation of a 3D continuum theory of dislocation dynamics and application to micro-bending
S Sandfeld, T Hochrainer, P Gumbsch, M Zaiser
Philosophical Magazine 90 (27-28), 3697-3728, 2010
622010
Some steps towards a continuum representation of 3d dislocation systems
M Zaiser, T Hochrainer
Scripta materialia 54 (5), 717-721, 2006
542006
Thermodynamically consistent continuum dislocation dynamics
T Hochrainer
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 88, 12-22, 2016
462016
Investigation of size-effects in machining with geometrically defined cutting edges
M Weber, T Hochrainer, P Gumbsch, H Autenrieth, L Delonnoy, V Schulze, ...
Machining Science and Technology 11 (4), 447-473, 2007
442007
Multipole expansion of continuum dislocations dynamics in terms of alignment tensors
T Hochrainer
Philosophical Magazine 95 (12), 1321-1367, 2015
432015
Twinning Models in Self‐Consistent Texture Simulations of TWIP Steels
A Prakash, T Hochrainer, E Reisacher, H Riedel
Steel research international 79 (8), 645-652, 2008
412008
Modelling size effects using 3D density-based dislocation dynamics
M Zaiser, N Nikitas, T Hochrainer, EC Aifantis
Philosophical Magazine 87 (8-9), 1283-1306, 2007
392007
2D-simulation of material flow during infeed rotary swaging using finite element method
E Moumi, S Ishkina, B Kuhfuss, T Hochrainer, A Struss, M Hunkel
Procedia engineering 81, 2342-2347, 2014
312014
Comparison of texture evolution in fcc metals predicted by various grain cluster homogenization schemes
P Eisenlohr, DD Tjahjanto, T Hochrainer, F Roters, D Raabe
International journal of materials research 100 (4), 500-509, 2009
282009
Evolving systems of curved dislocation: mathematical foundations of a statistical theroy
T Hochrainer
Shaker-Verlag GmbH, 2007
272007
Diffuse interface modeling of void growth in irradiated materials. Mathematical, thermodynamic and atomistic perspectives
A El-Azab, K Ahmed, S Rokkam, T Hochrainer
Current opinion in solid state and materials science 18 (2), 90-98, 2014
222014
Dislocation transport and line length increase in averaged descriptions of dislocations
T Hochrainer, M Zaiser, P Gumbsch
AIP Conference Proceedings 1168 (1), 1133-1136, 2009
182009
Dislocation transport and line length increase in averaged descriptions of dislocations
T Hochrainer, M Zaiser, P Gumbsch
AIP Conference Proceedings 1168 (1), 1133-1136, 2009
182009
Fundamentals of a continuum theory of dislocations
T Hochrainer, M Zaiser
International Conference on Statistical Mechanics of Plasticity and Related …, 2006
162006
Similarity rules for the shot peening process based on finite element simulations
M Klemenz, T Hochrainer, L Delonnoy, V Schulze, O Vöhringer, ...
Proceedings International Conference on Shot Peening 9, 94-99, 2005
152005
Similarity considerations on the simulation of turning processes of steels
L Delonnoy, T Hochrainer, V Schulze, D Löhe, P Gumbsch
Zeitschrift für Metallkunde 96 (7), 761-769, 2005
132005
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