Ulrich Krupp
Ulrich Krupp
professor and chair Materials Technology of Metals, head of IEHK Steel Institute, RWTH Aachen
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Fatigue crack propagation in metals and alloys: microstructural aspects and modelling concepts
U Krupp
Wiley-VCH, 2007
Effect of 475 C embrittlement on the mechanical properties of duplex stainless steel
JK Sahu, U Krupp, RN Ghosh, HJ Christ
Materials Science and Engineering: A 508 (1-2), 1-14, 2009
Experimental characterization and two-dimensional simulation of short-crack propagation in an austenitic–ferritic duplex steel
O Düber, B Künkler, U Krupp, HJ Christ, CP Fritzen
International Journal of Fatigue 28 (9), 983-992, 2006
Deformation-induced martensite formation during cyclic deformation of metastable austenitic steel: Influence of temperature and carbon content
U Krupp, C West, HJ Christ
Materials Science and Engineering: A 481, 713-717, 2008
The effect of grain-boundary-engineering-type processing on oxygen-induced cracking of IN718
U Krupp, WM Kane, X Liu, O Dueber, C Laird, CJ McMahon Jr
Materials Science and Engineering: A 349 (1-2), 213-217, 2003
Modelling of short crack propagation–Transition from stage I to stage II
B Künkler, O Düber, P Köster, U Krupp, CP Fritzen, HJ Christ
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 75 (3-4), 715-725, 2008
Dynamic Embrittlement—time–dependent quasi–brittle intergranular fracture at high temperatures
U Krupp
International materials reviews 50 (2), 83-97, 2005
Brittle intergranular fracture of a Ni-base superalloy at high temperatures by dynamic embrittlement
U Krupp, WM Kane, C Laird, CJ McMahon
Materials Science and Engineering: A 387, 409-413, 2004
Grain-size effects on the high-temperature oxidation behaviour of chromium steels
V Trindade, HJ Christ, U Krupp
Oxidation of metals 73, 551-563, 2010
Selective oxidation and internal nitridation during high-temperature exposure of single-crystalline nickel-base superalloys
U Krupp, HJ Christ
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 31, 47-56, 2000
Electro‐oxidation of Ni42 steel: a highly active bifunctional electrocatalyst
H Schäfer, DM Chevrier, P Zhang, J Stangl, K Müller‐Buschbaum, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 26 (35), 6402-6417, 2016
Microstructurally short fatigue crack initiation and growth in Ti-6.8 Mo-4.5 Fe-1.5 Al
YM Hu, W Floer, U Krupp, HJ Christ
Materials Science and Engineering: A 278 (1-2), 170-180, 2000
X20CoCrWMo10-9//Co 3 O 4: a metal–ceramic composite with unique efficiency values for water-splitting in the neutral regime
H Schäfer, DM Chevrier, K Kuepper, P Zhang, J Wollschlaeger, D Daum, ...
Energy & Environmental Science 9 (8), 2609-2622, 2016
Cyclic oxidation behavior of IN 718 superalloy in air at high temperatures
KA Al-Hatab, MA Al-Bukhaiti, U Krupp, M Kantehm
Oxidation of metals 75 (3), 209-228, 2011
Investigation of surface pre-treatments for the structural bonding of titanium
T Mertens, FJ Gammel, M Kolb, O Rohr, L Kotte, S Tschöcke, S Kaskel, ...
International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives 34, 46-54, 2012
The significance of microstructural barriers during fatigue of a duplex steel in the high-and very-high-cycle-fatigue (HCF/VHCF) regime
U Krupp, H Knobbe, HJ Christ, P Köster, CP Fritzen
International Journal of Fatigue 32 (6), 914-920, 2010
Internal nitridation of nickel-base alloys. Part I. Behavior of binary and ternary alloys of the Ni-Cr-Al-Ti system
U Krupp, HJ Christ
Oxidation of metals 52 (3), 277-298, 1999
High-temperature oxidation of pure Fe and the ferritic steel 2.25 Cr1Mo
VB Trindade, R Borin, BZ Hanjari, S Yang, U Krupp, HJ Christ
Materials Research 8, 365-369, 2005
Effect of alloy grain size on the high-temperature oxidation behavior of the austenitic steel TP 347
VB Trindade, U Krupp, BZ Hanjari, S Yang, HJ Christ
Materials Research 8, 371-375, 2005
Application of the EBSD technique to describe the initiation and growth behaviour of microstructurally short fatigue cracks in a duplex steel
U Krupp, O Düber, HJ Christ, B Künkler, A Schick, CP Fritzen
Journal of microscopy 213 (3), 313-320, 2004
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