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A review of constitutive models and modeling techniques for shape memory alloys
C Cisse, W Zaki, T Ben Zineb
International Journal of Plasticity 76, 244-284, 2016
Constitutive model for shape memory alloys including phase transformation, martensitic reorientation and twins accommodation
Y Chemisky, A Duval, E Patoor, T Ben Zineb
Mechanics of Materials 43 (7), 361-376, 2011
Thermomechanical model for NiTi-based shape memory alloys including R-phase and material anisotropy under multi-axial loadings
P Sedlak, M Frost, B Benešová, T Ben Zineb, P Šittner
International Journal of Plasticity 39, 132-151, 2012
Macroscopic constitutive law of shape memory alloy thermomechanical behaviour. Application to structure computation by FEM
B Peultier, T Ben Zineb, E Patoor
Mechanics of Materials 38 (5-6), 510-524, 2006
A review of modeling techniques for advanced effects in shape memory alloy behaviour
C Cisse, W Zaki, T Ben Zineb
Smart Materials and Structures 25 (10), 103001, (36 pages), 2016
Determination of the interaction energy in the martensitic state
C Niclaeys, T Ben Zineb, S Arbab-Chirani, E Patoor
International Journal of plasticity 18 (11), 1619-1647, 2002
Modelling of localization and propagation of phase transformation in superelastic SMA by a gradient nonlocal approach
A Duval, M Haboussi, T Ben Zineb
International Journal of Solids and Structures 48 (13), 1879-1893, 2011
Constitutive law for ferroelastic and ferroelectric piezoceramics
M Elhadrouz, T Ben Zineb, E Patoor
Journal of intelligent material systems and structures 16 (3), 221-236, 2005
Ellipticity loss analysis for tangent moduli deduced from a large strain elastic–plastic self-consistent model
G Franz, F Abed-Meraim, JP Lorrain, T Ben Zineb, X Lemoine, ...
International Journal of Plasticity 25 (2), 205-238, 2009
3D modeling of shape memory alloy fiber reinforced composites by multiscale finite element method
R Xu, C Bouby, H Zahrouni, T Ben Zineb, H Hu, M Potier-Ferry
Composite Structures 200, 408-419, 2018
Finite element analysis of a shape memory alloy actuator for a micropump
T Merzouki, A Duval, T Ben Zineb
Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory 27, 112-126, 2012
Macroscopic constitutive law for SMA: Application to structure analysis by FEM
B Peultier, T Ben Zineb, E Patoor
Materials Science and Engineering: A 438, 454-458, 2006
Coupling between measured kinematic fields and multicrystal SMA finite element calculations
T Merzouki, C Collard, N Bourgeois, T Ben Zineb, F Meraghni
Mechanics of Materials 42 (1), 72-95, 2010
Roundrobin SMA modeling
P Sittner, L Heller, J Pilch, P Sedlak, M Frost, Y Chemisky, A Duval, ...
ESOMAT 2009-8th European Symposium on Martensitic Transformations, 08001, 2009
Effect of hydrogen on the tensile strength of aged Ni–Ti superelastic alloy
F Gamaoun, M Ltaief, T Bouraoui, T Ben Zineb
Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures 22 (17), 2053-2059, 2011
A simplified micromechanical constitutive law adapted to the design of shape memory applications by finite element methods
B Peultier, T Ben Zineb, E Patoor
Materials Science and Engineering: A 481, 384-388, 2008
Finite element analysis of a multilayer piezoelectric actuator taking into account the ferroelectric and ferroelastic behaviors
M Elhadrouz, T Ben Zineb, E Patoor
International Journal of Engineering Science 44 (15-16), 996-1006, 2006
Data-driven multiscale finite element method: From concurrence to separation
R Xu, J Yang, W Yan, Q Huang, G Giunta, S Belouettar, H Zahrouni, ...
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 363, 112893, 2020
Strain localization analysis using a multiscale model
G Franz, F Abed-Meraim, T Ben Zineb, X Lemoine, M Berveiller
Computational materials science 45 (3), 768-773, 2009
Investigation of supersonic flutter of thick doubly curved sandwich panels with CNT reinforced facesheets using higher-order structural theory
A Sankar, S Natarajan, T Ben Zineb, M Ganapathi
Composite Structures 127, 340 - 355, 2015
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