Konstantin Naumenko


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Konstantin

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Naumenko

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  • 2018-09 Mechanical Models and Finite-Element Approaches for the Structural Analysis of Photovoltaic Composite Structures: a Comparative Study in MECHANICS OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS
  • 2017-12 Reviewing the class of Al-rich Ti-Al alloys: modeling high temperature plastic anisotropy and asymmetry in MECHANICS OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND MODERN PROCESSES
  • 2017 Fracture Mechanics Characterisation of Peelfilms in DEFORMATION AND FRACTURE BEHAVIOUR OF POLYMER MATERIALS
  • 2017 Consideration of Non-uniform and Non-orthogonal Mechanical Loads for Structural Analysis of Photovoltaic Composite Structures in MECHANICS FOR MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES
  • 2016-09 Inelastic deformation of conductive bodies in electromagnetic fields in CONTINUUM MECHANICS AND THERMODYNAMICS
  • 2015 Analysis of Inelastic Behavior for High Temperature Materials and Structures in FROM CREEP DAMAGE MECHANICS TO HOMOGENIZATION METHODS
  • 2008 Fibre Rotation Motion in Homogeneous Flows in MICRO-MACRO-INTERACTION
  • 2008-01 Steady-state creep of a pressurized thick cylinder in both the linear and the power law ranges in ACTA MECHANICA
  • 2001-03 On the use of solid- and shell-type finite elements in creep-damage predictions of thinwalled structures in ARCHIVE OF APPLIED MECHANICS
  • 2001-03 Closed and approximate analytical solutions for rectangular Mindlin plates in ACTA MECHANICA
  • 1998 Application of Physically Based Creep Damage Equations to Life-Time Predictions of Kirchhoff- and V. Kármán Plates in PROGRESS AND TRENDS IN RHEOLOGY V
  • 1997-05 Creep bending of thin-walled shells and plates by consideration of finite deflections in COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS
  • 1996-03 Zum Kriechen dünner Rotationsschalen unter Einbeziehung geometrischer Nichtlinearität sowie der Asymmetrie der Werkstoffeigenschaften in FORSCHUNG IM INGENIEURWESEN
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