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Methods for the prediction of fatigue delamination growth in composites and adhesive bonds–A critical review
JA Pascoe, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 112, 72-96, 2013
2912013
Analysis and experimental validation of the figure of merit for piezoelectric energy harvesters
DB Deutz, JA Pascoe, B Schelen, S van der Zwaag, DM de Leeuw, ...
Materials Horizons 5 (3), 444-453, 2018
632018
Using acoustic emission to understand fatigue crack growth within a single load cycle
JA Pascoe, DS Zarouchas, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 194, 281-300, 2018
512018
On the relationship between disbond growth and the release of strain energy
JA Pascoe, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 133, 1-13, 2015
482015
Cyclic fatigue fracture of composites: What has testing revealed about the physics of the processes so far?
RC Alderliesten, AJ Brunner, JA Pascoe
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 203, 186-196, 2018
362018
The effect of bond-line thickness on fatigue crack growth rate in adhesively bonded joints
JA Pascoe, N Zavatta, E Troiani, RC Alderliesten
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 229, 106959, 2020
342020
Slow-growth damage tolerance for fatigue after impact in FRP composites: Why current research won’t get us there
JA Pascoe
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, 103127, 2021
322021
Characterizing fatigue delamination growth behaviour using specimens with multiple delaminations: the effect of unequal delamination lengths
JA Pascoe, CD Rans, R Benedictus
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 109, 150-160, 2013
262013
On the physical interpretation of the R-ratio effect and the LEFM parameters used for fatigue crack growth in adhesive bonds
JA Pascoe, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
International Journal of Fatigue 97, 162-176, 2017
242017
Micromechanics-based multiscale progressive failure simulation of 3D woven composites under compressive loading with minimal material parameters
T Zheng, L Guo, R Benedictus, JA Pascoe
Composites Science and Technology 219, 109227, 2022
212022
The effect of temperature on fatigue crack growth in FM94 epoxy adhesive bonds investigated by means of energy dissipation
M Usman, JA Pascoe, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 189, 2018
212018
Interlocking thin-ply reinforcement concept for improved fracture toughness and damage tolerance
JA Pascoe, S Pimenta, ST Pinho
Composites Science and Technology 181, 107681, 2019
192019
Characterisation of fatigue crack growth in adhesive bonds
JA Pascoe
Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherland, 2016
192016
Towards Understanding Fatigue Disbond Growth via Cyclic Strain Energy
JA Pascoe, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
Procedia Materials Science 3, 610-615, 2014
182014
Fatigue Disbonding of Bonded Repairs–An Application of the Strain Energy Approach
JA Pascoe, CD Rans, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
27th Symposium of the Internaional Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue andá…, 2013
152013
Characterising resistance to fatigue crack growth in adhesive bonds by measuring release of strain energy
JA Pascoe, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
Procedia Structural Integrity 2, 80-87, 2016
112016
A reliable progressive fatigue damage model for life prediction of composite laminates incorporating an adaptive cyclic jump algorithm
T Zheng, L Guo, Z Wang, R Benedictus, JA Pascoe
Composites Science and Technology 227, 109587, 2022
72022
Experimental and numerical investigation of ply size effects of steel foil reinforced composites
A Keller, R Geissberger, J Studer, F Leone, D Stefaniak, JA Pascoe, ...
Materials & Design 198, 109302, 2021
72021
Delamination of Bonded Repairs: A Damage Tolerance Approach
JA Pascoe
Master of Science Thesis, TU Delft, 2012
72012
Investigation of compression after impact failure in carbon fiber reinforced polymers using acoustic emission
D Biagini, JA Pascoe, R Alderliesten
Journal of Composite Materials 57 (10), 1819-1832, 2023
62023
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