2015 - German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina - Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina – Nationale Akademie der Wissenschaften Engineering Sciences
Marion Merklein mainly investigates Metallurgy, Sheet metal, Hot stamping, Manufacturing engineering and Mechanical engineering. Her Metallurgy study combines topics in areas such as Forming processes and Composite material. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Metal forming and Material properties.
Marion Merklein combines subjects such as Tensile testing, Mathematical analysis and Formability with her study of Sheet metal. Her Hot stamping research integrates issues from Heat transfer coefficient, Quenching, Thermal and Contact pressure. Her Manufacturing engineering study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Manufacturing technology, Laser and Process.
Marion Merklein mainly focuses on Metallurgy, Composite material, Mechanical engineering, Sheet metal and Forming processes. Her research related to Formability, Aluminium, Tribology, Hot stamping and Welding might be considered part of Metallurgy. Her study on Ultimate tensile strength, Microstructure and Hardening is often connected to Context as part of broader study in Composite material.
In the field of Mechanical engineering, her study on Blank and Forging overlaps with subjects such as Material flow. The study incorporates disciplines such as Deep drawing, Bulk forming, Finite element method and Computer simulation in addition to Sheet metal. Her Forming processes study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Die, Stress, Material properties and Work.
Marion Merklein spends much of her time researching Composite material, Mechanical engineering, Sheet metal, Tribology and Extrusion. Her Composite material study incorporates themes from Surface modification and Laser. Her work deals with themes such as Characterization and Work, which intersect with Mechanical engineering.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Deep drawing, Forming processes, Aluminium and Anisotropy in addition to Sheet metal. Within one scientific family, Marion Merklein focuses on topics pertaining to Residual stress under Forming processes, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Stress. Her Tribology study is focused on Metallurgy in general.
Her primary areas of study are Mechanical engineering, Composite material, Hot stamping, Extrusion and Sheet metal. When carried out as part of a general Mechanical engineering research project, her work on Forming processes is frequently linked to work in Component and Material flow, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. She has included themes like Laser and Surface modification in her Composite material study.
Marion Merklein has researched Hot stamping in several fields, including Tribology, Quenching, Optical microscope and Microstructure. Her Sheet metal research incorporates themes from Metal forming, Powder bed and Laser beams. Her Metal forming research is included under the broader classification of Metallurgy.
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Investigation of the thermo-mechanical properties of hot stamping steels
M. Merklein;J. Lechler.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2006)
Laser based additive manufacturing in industry and academia
Michael Schmidt;Marion Merklein;David Bourell;Dimitri Dimitrov.
CIRP Annals (2017)
A review on tailored blanks—Production, applications and evaluation
Marion Merklein;Maren Johannes;Michael Lechner;Andreas Kuppert.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2014)
Bulk forming of sheet metal
M. Merklein;J.M. Allwood;B.-A. Behrens;A. Brosius.
Environmentally benign tribo-systems for metal forming
N. Bay;A. Azushima;P. Groche;I. Ishibashi.
CIRP Annals (2010)
Hot stamping of boron steel sheets with tailored properties: A review
Marion Merklein;Michael Wieland;Michael Lechner;Stefania Bruschi.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2016)
Testing and modelling of material behaviour and formability in sheet metal forming
S. Bruschi;T. Altan;D. Banabic;P.F. Bariani.
Cirp Annals-manufacturing Technology (2014)
Characterisation of the Flow Properties of the Quenchenable Ultra High Strength Steel 22MnB5
M. Merklein;J. Lechler;M. Geiger.
CIRP Annals (2006)
Hot stamping of ultra-high strength steel parts
K. Mori;P.F. Bariani;B.-A. Behrens;A. Brosius.
CIRP Annals (2017)
Investigation on induction heating for hot stamping of boron alloyed steels
R. Kolleck;R. Veit;M. Merklein;J. Lechler.
CIRP Annals (2009)
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