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Rinze Benedictus
Rinze Benedictus
Professor Structural Integrity & Composites, Delft University, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering
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Recent development in aluminium alloys for aerospace applications
A Heinz, A Haszler, C Keidel, S Moldenhauer, R Benedictus, WS Miller
Materials Science and Engineering: A 280 (1), 102-107, 2000
16402000
Impact resistance of fiber-metal laminates: A review
M Sadighi, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
International Journal of Impact Engineering 49, 77-90, 2012
4302012
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
2892013
A review of T-stress and its effects in fracture mechanics
M Gupta, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 134, 218-241, 2015
2492015
Misinterpreting the results: How similitude can improve our understanding of fatigue delamination growth
C Rans, R Alderliesten, R Benedictus
Composites Science and Technology 71 (2), 230-238, 2011
1902011
Experimental and numerical investigation of metal type and thickness effects on the impact resistance of fiber metal laminates
M Sadighi, T Pärnänen, RC Alderliesten, M Sayeaftabi, R Benedictus
Applied Composite Materials 19, 545-559, 2012
1822012
Thermodynamic model for solid-state amorphization in binary systems at interfaces and grain boundaries
R Benedictus, A Böttger, EJ Mittemeijer
Physical Review B 54 (13), 9109, 1996
1691996
Fiber/metal composite technology for future primary aircraft structures
RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
Journal of Aircraft 45 (4), 1182-1189, 2008
1632008
The applicability of magnesium based fibre metal laminates in aerospace structures
R Alderliesten, C Rans, R Benedictus
Composites Science and Technology 68 (14), 2983-2993, 2008
1592008
Mechanics of tailor welded blanks: an overview
AA Zadpoor, J Sinke, R Benedictus
Key Engineering Materials 344, 373-382, 2007
1392007
An integrated study on the low-velocity impact response of the GLARE fibre-metal laminate
FD Morinière, RC Alderliesten, M Sadighi, R Benedictus
Composite Structures 100, 89-103, 2013
1362013
Modelling of impact damage and dynamics in fibre-metal laminates–A review
FD Morinière, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
International Journal of Impact Engineering 67, 27-38, 2014
1302014
Surface modification of high performance polymers by atmospheric pressure plasma and failure mechanism of adhesive bonded joints
HMS Iqbal, S Bhowmik, R Benedictus
International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives 30 (6), 418-424, 2010
1172010
Bridging effect on mode I fatigue delamination behavior in composite laminates
L Yao, R Alderliesten, M Zhao, R Benedictus
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 63, 103-109, 2014
1102014
A comparative evaluation between flat and traditional energy directors for ultrasonic welding of CF/PPS thermoplastic composites
I Fernandez Villegas, B Valle Grande, HEN Bersee, R Benedictus
Composite Interfaces 22 (8), 717-729, 2015
1002015
Low-velocity impact energy partition in GLARE
FD Moriniere, RC Alderliesten, R Benedictus
Mechanics of Materials 66, 59-68, 2013
962013
Formability prediction of high strength aluminum sheets
AA Zadpoor, J Sinke, R Benedictus
International Journal of Plasticity 25 (12), 2269-2297, 2009
952009
Mechanical behaviour of thermoplastic composites spot-welded and mechanically fastened joints: A preliminary comparison
T Zhao, G Palardy, IF Villegas, C Rans, M Martinez, R Benedictus
Composites Part B: Engineering 112, 224-234, 2017
942017
Effect of stress ratio or mean stress on fatigue delamination growth in composites: critical review
R Khan, R Alderliesten, S Badshah, R Benedictus
Composite Structures 124, 214-227, 2015
932015
Discussion on the use of the strain energy release rate for fatigue delamination characterization
L Yao, RC Alderliesten, M Zhao, R Benedictus
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 66, 65-72, 2014
912014
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