The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Composite material, Structural engineering, Aluminium, Alloy and Metallurgy. His Delamination, Fatigue limit, Paris' law, Epoxy and Ultimate tensile strength investigations are all subjects of Composite material research. His study in Structural engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fiber and Tensile testing.
His Aluminium research incorporates elements of Impact and Projectile. His Alloy research incorporates themes from Quenching, Toughness and Mass fraction. Within one scientific family, Rinze Benedictus focuses on topics pertaining to Ultrasonic testing under Toughness, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Aerospace and Residual stress.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Aluminium, Metallurgy, Structural engineering and Alloy. His research related to Adhesive, Epoxy, Paris' law, Welding and Composite number might be considered part of Composite material. His work on Aluminium alloy as part of general Aluminium study is frequently connected to Impurity, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His work on Microstructure, Zirconium and Residual stress as part of general Metallurgy research is frequently linked to Product, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Structural engineering research includes elements of Damage tolerance and Delamination. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Magnesium, Toughness, Mass fraction and Nuclear chemistry.
Rinze Benedictus mainly focuses on Composite material, Welding, Ultrasonic welding, Composite number and Epoxy. Composite material is a component of his Adhesive, Thermosetting polymer, Joint, Ultimate tensile strength and Shear strength studies. His work in Shear strength addresses subjects such as Glass transition, which are connected to disciplines such as Toughness and Ductility.
His Welding study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Crystallinity, Ultrasonic sensor and Shear. Rinze Benedictus works mostly in the field of Composite number, limiting it down to topics relating to Structural engineering and, in certain cases, Sensor fusion. His Epoxy study also includes fields such as
His main research concerns Composite material, Welding, Epoxy, Ultrasonic welding and Composite number. By researching both Composite material and Edge, Rinze Benedictus produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His Welding study incorporates themes from Fractography, Ultrasonic sensor, Joint stiffness and Shear.
His work in Epoxy addresses issues such as Thermoplastic, which are connected to fields such as Viscoelasticity. The various areas that Rinze Benedictus examines in his Ultrasonic welding study include Power, Thermocouple, Thermoplastic composites and Sonotrode. Rinze Benedictus has included themes like Shear strength, Guided wave testing and Lamb waves in his Composite number study.
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Recent development in aluminium alloys for aerospace applications
A Heinz;A Haszler;C Keidel;S Moldenhauer.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2000)
Impact resistance of fiber-metal laminates: A review
M. Sadighi;R.C. Alderliesten;R. Benedictus.
International Journal of Impact Engineering (2012)
Methods for the prediction of fatigue delamination growth in composites and adhesive bonds: A critical review
J.A. Pascoe;R.C. Alderliesten;R. Benedictus.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2013)
Misinterpreting the Results: How Similitude can Improve our Understanding of Fatigue Delamination Growth
Calvin Rans;René Alderliesten;Rinze Benedictus.
Composites Science and Technology (2011)
Thermodynamic model for solid-state amorphization in binary systems at interfaces and grain boundaries
R. Benedictus;A. Böttger;E.J. Mittemeijer.
Physical Review B (1996)
A review of T-stress and its effects in fracture mechanics
M. Gupta;R.C. Alderliesten;R. Benedictus.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics (2015)
Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Metal Type and Thickness Effects on the Impact Resistance of Fiber Metal Laminates
M. Sadighi;T. Pärnänen;R. C. Alderliesten;M. Sayeaftabi.
Applied Composite Materials (2012)
The applicability of magnesium based Fibre Metal Laminates in aerospace structures
René Alderliesten;Calvin Rans;Rinze Benedictus.
Composites Science and Technology (2008)
Fiber/Metal composite technology for future primary aircraft structures
R. C. Alderliesten;R. Benedictus.
Journal of Aircraft (2008)
Mechanics of Tailor Welded Blanks: An Overview
A.A. Zadpoor;J. Sinke;R. Benedictus.
Key Engineering Materials (2007)
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