Research Papers

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Profilometry-Based Inverse Finite Element Method Indentation Plastometry

This a review paper covering Profilometry-based Indentation Plastometry (PIP) a novel method for rapidly inferring stress/strain curves from indentation test data.

Profilometry-based indentation plastometry to obtain stress-strain curves from anisotropic superalloy components made by additive manufacturing

In this paper with Professor Roger Reed a Dr. Tony Tang at Oxford University, we explore the power of PIP testing to characterize the plasticity of additively manufactured alloys

A Critical Appraisal of the Instrumented Indentation Technique and Profilometry‐Based Inverse Finite Element Method Indentation Plastometry for Obtaining Stress–Strain Curves

This is a collaborative study with the The National Physical Laboratory, the UK's national measurement facility. In this work we to compare the accuracy of the PIP method to that of Instrumented Indentation Testing (IIT) at inferring stress/strain behavior from indentation test data.

The Effect of Residual Stresses on Stress–Strain Curves Obtained via Profilometry‐Based Inverse Finite Element Method Indentation Plastometry

In this work the Plastometrex team explore the impact of residual stress on stress/strain curves derived from the PIP method.

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