Madrid Institute for Advanced Studies
Javier Segurado focuses on Composite material, Representative elementary volume, Finite element method, Composite number and Isotropy. Javier Segurado performs multidisciplinary study on Composite material and Matrix in his works. His Representative elementary volume research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Micromechanics and Constitutive equation.
The various areas that Javier Segurado examines in his Micromechanics study include Titanium, Shape-memory alloy and Homogenization. His Viscoplasticity study, which is part of a larger body of work in Finite element method, is frequently linked to SPHERES, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Composite number study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Epoxy and Toughness.
Javier Segurado mostly deals with Composite material, Finite element method, Microstructure, Homogenization and Deformation. His Composite material research focuses on Crystallography and how it connects with Hardening and Classification of discontinuities. His Finite element method research includes themes of Characteristic length, Mechanics, Fracture and Plasticity.
His Homogenization study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fast Fourier transform, Hyperelastic material and Viscoplasticity. His research integrates issues of Electron backscatter diffraction, Digital image correlation and Microscale chemistry in his study of Deformation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Slip and Isotropy.
Fast Fourier transform, Homogenization, Finite element method, Applied mathematics and Slip are his primary areas of study. Javier Segurado has included themes like Computational physics and Microstructure, Superalloy in his Fast Fourier transform study. In his research on the topic of Microstructure, Structural engineering is strongly related with Micromechanics.
His Finite element method research integrates issues from Thermal and Dissipation. His Plane stress study is concerned with the larger field of Composite material. His Composite material study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Anisotropy.
His primary scientific interests are in Homogenization, Fast Fourier transform, Crystal plasticity, Grain boundary and Slip. Javier Segurado interconnects Variational method, Algorithm, Spectral method and Finite strain theory in the investigation of issues within Homogenization. His Fast Fourier transform research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Hyperelastic material, Microstructure and Galerkin method.
His Grain boundary research includes themes of Representative elementary volume, Condensed matter physics, Grain size and Flow stress. His studies examine the connections between Slip and genetics, as well as such issues in Mechanics, with regards to Finite element method. Many of his studies on Finite element method involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Micromechanics.
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A numerical approximation to the elastic properties of sphere-reinforced composites
J. Segurado;J. Llorca.
Journal of The Mechanics and Physics of Solids (2002)
A numerical investigation of the effect of particle clustering on the mechanical properties of composites
J. Segurado;C. González;J. LLorca.
Acta Materialia (2003)
Multiscale modeling of composite materials: a roadmap towards virtual testing
J. LLorca;C. González;J. M. Molina-Aldareguía;J. Segurado.
Advanced Materials (2011)
Nanostructured titanium-based materials for medical implants: Modeling and development
Leon Mishnaevsky;Evgeny Levashov;Ruslan Z. Valiev;Javier Segurado.
Materials Science & Engineering R-reports (2014)
Multiscale modeling of plasticity based on embedding the viscoplastic self-consistent formulation in implicit finite elements
Javier Segurado;Ricardo A. Lebensohn;Javier LLorca;Carlos N. Tomé.
International Journal of Plasticity (2012)
Computational micromechanics of composites: The effect of particle spatial distribution
Javier Segurado;Javier LLorca.
Mechanics of Materials (2006)
A new three-dimensional interface finite element to simulate fracture in composites
Javier Segurado;Javier LLorca.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (2004)
Intraply fracture of fiber-reinforced composites: Microscopic mechanisms and modeling
Luis Pablo Canal;Carlos González;Carlos González;Javier Segurado;Javier Segurado;Javier LLorca;Javier LLorca.
Composites Science and Technology (2012)
Three-dimensional multiparticle cell simulations of deformation and damage in sphere-reinforced composites
J LLorca;J Segurado.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2004)
Evolution of microstructure, macrotexture and mechanical properties of commercially pure Ti during ECAP-conform processing and drawing
D.V. Gunderov;A.V. Polyakov;I.P. Semenova;G.I. Raab.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2013)
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