Filippo Berto
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Metal additive manufacturing in aerospace: A review
B Blakey-Milner, P Gradl, G Snedden, M Brooks, J Pitot, E Lopez, M Leary, ...
Materials & Design 209, 110008, 2021
Recent developments in brittle and quasi-brittle failure assessment of engineering materials by means of local approaches
F Berto, P Lazzarin
Materials Science and Engineering: R: Reports 75 (Volume 75, January 2014 …, 2014
A review of the volume-based strain energy density approach applied to V-notches and welded structures
F Berto, P Lazzarin
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics 52 (3), 183-194, 2009
Mechanical design and multifunctional applications of chiral mechanical metamaterials: A review
W Wu, W Hu, G Qian, H Liao, X Xu, F Berto
Materials & design 180, 107950, 2019
Some expressions for the strain energy in a finite volume surrounding the root of blunt V-notches
P Lazzarin, F Berto
International Journal of fracture 135, 161-185, 2005
Architected Cellular Materials: A Review on their Mechanical Properties towards Fatigue-Tolerant Design and Fabrication
M Benedetti, A Du Plessis, RO Ritchie, M Dallago, J Razavi, F Berto
Material Science Engineering: R, 2021
Rapid calculations of notch stress intensity factors based on averaged strain energy density from coarse meshes: Theoretical bases and applications
P Lazzarin, F Berto, M Zappalorto
International Journal of Fatigue 32 (10), 1559-1567, 2010
Antioxidant, antimicrobial and antiviral properties of herbal materials
S Parham, AZ Kharazi, HR Bakhsheshi-Rad, H Nur, AF Ismail, S Sharif, ...
Antioxidants 9 (12), 1309, 2020
Local strain energy to assess the static failure of U-notches in plates under mixed mode loading
FJ Gómez, M Elices, F Berto, P Lazzarin
International Journal of fracture 145, 29-45, 2007
Some advantages derived from the use of the strain energy density over a control volume in fatigue strength assessments of welded joints
P Lazzarin, F Berto, FJ Gomez, M Zappalorto
International Journal of Fatigue 30 (8), 1345-1357, 2008
Local strain energy density and fatigue strength of welded joints under uniaxial and multiaxial loading
P Lazzarin, P Livieri, F Berto, M Zappalorto
Engineering fracture mechanics 75 (7), 1875-1889, 2008
Fatigue strength of severely notched specimens made of Ti–6Al–4V under multiaxial loading
F Berto, A Campagnolo, P Lazzarin
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 38 (5), 503-517, 2015
Standard terminology for additive manufacturing–general principles–terminology
International Organization for Standardization: Geneva, Switzerland, 2015
Fracture assessment of U-notches under mixed mode loading: two procedures based on the ‘equivalent local mode I’concept
F Berto, P Lazzarin, FJ Gómez, M Elices
International Journal of fracture 148 (4), 415, 2007
The mechanical testing and performance analysis of polymer-fibre composites prepared through the additive manufacturing
V Shanmugam, DJJ Rajendran, K Babu, S Rajendran, A Veerasimman, ...
Polymer testing 93, 106925, 2021
Fatigue behaviour of FDM-3D printed polymers, polymeric composites and architected cellular materials
V Shanmugam, O Das, K Babu, U Marimuthu, A Veerasimman, ...
International Journal of Fatigue 143, 106007, 2021
Application of an average strain energy density criterion to obtain the mixed mode fracture load of granite rock tested with the cracked asymmetric four-point bend specimens
SMJ Razavi, MRM Aliha, F Berto
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics 97, 419-425, 2018
Comprehensive structural integrity: Cyclic loading and fatigue
I Milne, et al.
Brittle failures from U‐and V‐notches in mode I and mixed, I+ II, mode: a synthesis based on the strain energy density averaged on finite‐size volumes
P Lazzarin, F Berto, M Elices, J Gómez
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 32 (8), 671-684, 2009
Properties and applications of additively manufactured metallic cellular materials: A review
A Du Plessis, N Razavi, M Benedetti, S Murchio, M Leary, M Watson, ...
Progress in Materials Science 125, 100918, 2022
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