Microstructure-sensitive fatigue modelling of medical-grade fine wire

@inproceedings{Clark2019MicrostructuresensitiveFM,
  title={Microstructure-sensitive fatigue modelling of medical-grade fine wire},
  author={Barrett C. Clark and Gustavo Marcelo Castelluccio and markus. w. reiterer and David L. McDowell and Richard W. Neu},
  year={2019}
}
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work would not have come to fruition were it not for the assistance and support I received from a great many people. I would like to express my thanks to my advisor, Dr. Richard Neu for providing direction throughout the research process, and for his expertise and helpful advice. I would also like to thank the members of my committee, Dr. David McDowell and Dr. Markus Reiterer for their feedback and input to the development of the model. The financial sponsorship of Dr… CONTINUE READING
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