Michael D. Uchic
Michael D. Uchic
Air Force Research Laboratory, Materials & Manufacturing Directorate
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei us.af.mil
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Sample dimensions influence strength and crystal plasticity
MD Uchic, DM Dimiduk, JN Florando, WD Nix
Science 305 (5686), 986-989, 2004
22812004
Size-affected single-slip behavior of pure nickel microcrystals
DM Dimiduk, MD Uchic, TA Parthasarathy
Acta Materialia 53 (15), 4065-4077, 2005
7162005
Plasticity of micrometer-scale single crystals in compression
MD Uchic, PA Shade, DM Dimiduk
Annual Review of Materials Research 39, 361-386, 2009
7032009
Scale-free intermittent flow in crystal plasticity
DM Dimiduk, C Woodward, R LeSar, MD Uchic
Science 312 (5777), 1188-1190, 2006
5752006
Exploration and development of high entropy alloys for structural applications
DB Miracle, JD Miller, ON Senkov, C Woodward, MD Uchic, J Tiley
Entropy 16 (1), 494-525, 2014
5382014
Contribution to size effect of yield strength from the stochastics of dislocation source lengths in finite samples
TA Parthasarathy, SI Rao, DM Dimiduk, MD Uchic, DR Trinkle
Scripta Materialia 56 (4), 313-316, 2007
4882007
A methodology to investigate size scale effects in crystalline plasticity using uniaxial compression testing
MD Uchic, DM Dimiduk
Materials Science and Engineering: A 400, 268-278, 2005
4772005
3D reconstruction and characterization of polycrystalline microstructures using a FIB–SEM system
MA Groeber, BK Haley, MD Uchic, DM Dimiduk, S Ghosh
Materials characterization 57 (4-5), 259-273, 2006
3142006
Athermal mechanisms of size-dependent crystal flow gleaned from three-dimensional discrete dislocation simulations
SI Rao, DM Dimiduk, TA Parthasarathy, MD Uchic, M Tang, C Woodward
Acta Materialia 56 (13), 3245-3259, 2008
3072008
3D microstructural characterization of nickel superalloys via serial-sectioning using a dual beam FIB-SEM
MD Uchic, MA Groeber, DM Dimiduk, JP Simmons
Scripta Materialia 55 (1), 23-28, 2006
3052006
A framework for automated analysis and simulation of 3D polycrystalline microstructures.: Part 1: Statistical characterization
M Groeber, S Ghosh, MD Uchic, DM Dimiduk
Acta Materialia 56 (6), 1257-1273, 2008
2982008
Dislocation structures and their relationship to strength in deformed nickel microcrystals
DM Norfleet, DM Dimiduk, SJ Polasik, MD Uchic, MJ Mills
Acta Materialia 56 (13), 2988-3001, 2008
2942008
Transformation-induced plasticity during pseudoelastic deformation in Ni–Ti microcrystals
DM Norfleet, PM Sarosi, S Manchiraju, MFX Wagner, MD Uchic, ...
Acta Materialia 57 (12), 3549-3561, 2009
2422009
Three-dimensional microstructural characterization using focused ion beam tomography
MD Uchic, L Holzer, BJ Inkson, EL Principe, P Munroe
MRS bulletin 32 (5), 408-416, 2007
2192007
A framework for automated analysis and simulation of 3D polycrystalline microstructures. Part 2: Synthetic structure generation
M Groeber, S Ghosh, MD Uchic, DM Dimiduk
Acta Materialia 56 (6), 1274-1287, 2008
2172008
Estimating the strength of single-ended dislocation sources in micron-sized single crystals
SI Rao, DM Dimiduk, M Tang, MD Uchic, TA Parthasarathy, C Woodward
Philosophical Magazine 87 (30), 4777-4794, 2007
1622007
Quasi-periodic events in crystal plasticity and the self-organized avalanche oscillator
S Papanikolaou, DM Dimiduk, W Choi, JP Sethna, MD Uchic, ...
Nature 490 (7421), 517-521, 2012
1422012
Microstructurally based cross-slip mechanisms and their effects on dislocation microstructure evolution in fcc crystals
AM Hussein, SI Rao, MD Uchic, DM Dimiduk, JA El-Awady
Acta Materialia 85, 180-190, 2015
1252015
Application of micro-sample testing to study fundamental aspects of plastic flow
MD Uchic, DM Dimiduk, R Wheeler, PA Shade, HL Fraser
Scripta materialia 54 (5), 759-764, 2006
1102006
3D polycrystalline microstructure reconstruction from FIB generated serial sections for FE analysis
Y Bhandari, S Sarkar, M Groeber, MD Uchic, DM Dimiduk, S Ghosh
Computational Materials Science 41 (2), 222-235, 2007
1092007
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