Composite material, Metallurgy, Slip, Texture and Deformation are his primary areas of study. He performs integrative study on Composite material and Calculation methods. His research integrates issues of Nucleation and Dislocation in his study of Metallurgy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Residual stress and Stress in addition to Texture. His Stress research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Strain rate and Anisotropy. His studies deal with areas such as Ultimate tensile strength, Shear and Plasticity as well as Deformation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Metallurgy, Composite material, Anisotropy, Finite element method and Texture. As a part of the same scientific family, P. Van Houtte mostly works in the field of Composite material, focusing on Diffraction and, on occasion, Stress. His Anisotropy research includes themes of Mathematical analysis, Plasticity, Crystallography, Strain rate and Stress space.
His Plasticity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Slip, Mechanics, Boundary value problem and Deformation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sheet metal, Forming processes and Mechanical engineering. The Texture study combines topics in areas such as Deep drawing, Yield, Geometry and Engineering drawing.
P. Van Houtte mostly deals with Finite element method, Anisotropy, Deformation, Plasticity and Sheet metal. His Finite element method research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ultimate tensile strength, Metallurgy, Composite material and Digital image correlation. His Metallurgy research focuses on Deformation and how it connects with Statistical model.
His Anisotropy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Texture, Mathematical analysis, Forming processes, Constitutive equation and Isotropy. His Deformation research incorporates themes from Equiaxed crystals, Microstructure, Crystallite, Slip and Mechanics. P. Van Houtte combines subjects such as Crystallography and Work with his study of Plasticity.
His primary areas of investigation include Finite element method, Structural engineering, Deformation, Sheet metal and Digital image correlation. His study in Finite element method is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Forming processes and Texture. P. Van Houtte has researched Texture in several fields, including Stress space, Forensic engineering and Anisotropy.
His Deformation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Slip and Plasticity. His work carried out in the field of Sheet metal brings together such families of science as Finite element calculations, Hardening, Mechanical strength and Clinching. His Composite material research focuses on Microstructure in particular.
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Large strain work hardening and textures
J. Gil Sevillano;P. van Houtte;E. Aernoudt.
Progress in Materials Science (1980)
Texture and anisotropy
H. R. Wenk;P. Van Houtte.
Reports on Progress in Physics (2004)
Simulation of the rolling and shear texture of brass by the Taylor theory adapted for mechanical twinning
Acta Metallurgica (1978)
Work-hardening/softening behaviour of b.c.c. polycrystals during changing strain paths: I. An integrated model based on substructure and texture evolution, and its prediction of the stress–strain behaviour of an IF steel during two-stage strain paths
B. Peeters;M. Seefeldt;C. Teodosiu;S.R. Kalidindi.
Acta Materialia (2001)
A Comprehensive Mathematical Formulation of an Extended Taylor–Bishop–Hill Model Featuring Relaxed Constraints, the Renouard–WintenbergerTheory and a Strain Rate Sensitivity Model
P. Van Houtte.
Textures and Microstructures (1988)
Precipitation hardening of anAl–4.2 wt% Mg–0.6 wt% Cu alloy
P. Ratchev;B. Verlinden;P. De Smet;P. Van Houtte.
Acta Materialia (1998)
Modelling of texture evolution for materials of hexagonal symmetry—II. application to zirconium and titanium α or near α alloys
M.J. Philippe;M. Serghat;P. Van Houtte;C. Esling.
Acta Metallurgica Et Materialia (1995)
Work-hardening/softening behaviour of B.C.C. polycrystals during changing strain paths: II. TEM observations of dislocation sheets in an if steel during two-stage strain paths and their representation in terms of dislocation densities
B Peeters;B Bacroix;C Teodosiu;P Van Houtte.
Acta Materialia (2001)
The influence of crystallographic texture on diffraction measurements of residual stress
P. Van Houtte;L. De Buyser.
Acta Metallurgica Et Materialia (1993)
On the equivalence of the relaxed Taylor theory and the Bishop-Hill theory for partially constrained plastic deformation of crystals
P. Van Houtte.
Materials Science and Engineering (1982)
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