Nicolas O. Larrosa
Nicolas O. Larrosa
Senior Lecturer, University of Bristol / Senior Researcher in Materials in Extreme Conditions
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Corrosion-fatigue: a review of damage tolerance models
NO Larrosa, R Akid, RA Ainsworth
International Materials Reviews 63 (5), 283-308, 2018
Linking microstructure and processing defects to mechanical properties of selectively laser melted AlSi10Mg alloy
NO Larrosa, W Wang, N Read, MH Loretto, C Evans, J Carr, U Tradowsky, ...
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics 98, 123-133, 2018
Simulation of stress-assisted localised corrosion using a cellular automaton finite element approach
OO Fatoba, R Leiva-Garcia, SV Lishchuk, NO Larrosa, R Akid
Corrosion Science 137, 83-97, 2018
Notch bluntness effects on fracture toughness of a modified S690 steel at 150 C
JS Kim, NO Larrosa, AJ Horn, YJ Kim, RA Ainsworth
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 188, 250-267, 2018
Pit to crack transition and corrosion fatigue lifetime reduction estimations by means of a short crack microstructural model
JA Balbín, V Chaves, NO Larrosa
Corrosion Science 180, 109171, 2021
Hydrogen environmentally assisted cracking during static loading of AA7075 and AA7449
U De Francisco, NO Larrosa, MJ Peel
Materials Science and Engineering: A 772, 138662, 2020
Blunt defect assessment in the framework of the failure assessment diagram
JJ Han, N Larrosa, YJ Kima, RA Ainsworth
International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 146, 39-54, 2016
Calculating fatigue limits of notched components of arbitrary size and shape with cracks growing in mode I
NO Larrosa, A Navarro, V Chaves
International Journal of Fatigue 74, 142-155, 2015
‘Mind the gap’in fitness-for-service assessment procedures-review and summary of a recent workshop
NO Larrosa, RA Ainsworth, R Akid, PJ Budden, CM Davies, I Hadley, ...
International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 158, 1-19, 2017
Rapid parametric analysis of SEN (T) specimens using algorithmic modelling: evaluation of strain energy density and notch stress intensity factors
NO Larrosa, M Treifi, RA Ainsworth
Materials & Design 85, 771-777, 2015
A transferability approach for reducing excessive conservatism in fracture assessments
NO Larrosa, RA Ainsworth
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 174, 54-63, 2017
Comparisons of the solutions of common FFS standard procedures to benchmark problems
NO Larrosa, RA Ainsworth
International Journal of Pressure Vessels and Piping 139, 36-46, 2016
An efficient procedure for reducing in-line-inspection datasets for structural integrity assessments
NO Larrosa, P Lopez-Crespo, RA Ainsworth
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics 93, 79-87, 2018
Ductile fracture modelling and JQ fracture mechanics: a constraint based fracture assessment approach
NO Larrosa, RA Ainsworth
Frattura ed Integritŕ Strutturale 10 (38), 266-272, 2016
Fatigue life estimation of pitted specimens by means of an integrated fracture mechanics approach
NO Larrosa, MD Chapetti, RA Ainsworth
Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference 50398, V003T03A057, 2016
Directions of high cycle fatigue cracks emanating from circular notches studied by optical profilometry
JA Balbín, V Chaves, NO Larrosa, C Madrigal, A Navarro
International Journal of Fatigue 165, 107117, 2022
Application of the Microstructural Finite Element Alternating Method to assess the impact of specimen size and distributions of contact/residual stress fields on fatigue strength
NO Larrosa, V Chaves, A Navarro, RA Ainsworth
Computers & Structures 179, 15-26, 2017
Characterization of the effect of notch bluntness on hydrogen embrittlement and fracture behavior using FE analyses
JY Jeon, NO Larrosa, YR Oh, YJ Kim, RA Ainsworth
Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference 56994, V06AT06A021, 2015
A dislocation based method using generative algorithms to model notch geometries: Determination of Mode I SIFs
NO Larrosa
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 127, 327-335, 2014
The influence of temperature on hydrogen environmentally assisted cracking of AA7449-T7651 in moist air
U De Francisco, NO Larrosa, MJ Peel
Corrosion Science 180, 109199, 2021
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