Phase-field modeling of multivariant martensitic transformation at finite-strain: Computational aspects and large-scale finite-element simulations

@article{Tuma2021PhasefieldMO,
  title={Phase-field modeling of multivariant martensitic transformation at finite-strain: Computational aspects and large-scale finite-element simulations},
  author={Karel Tuma and M. Rezaee-Hajidehi and Jaroslav Hron and P.E. Farrell and Stanisław Stupkiewicz},
  journal={Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering},
  year={2021},
  volume={377},
  pages={113705}
}

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