Derek Warner
Derek Warner
Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Cornell University
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Critical assessment of the fatigue performance of additively manufactured Ti–6Al–4V and perspective for future research
P Li, DH Warner, A Fatemi, N Phan
International Journal of Fatigue 85, 130-143, 2016
Rate dependence of crack-tip processes predicts twinning trends in fcc metals
DH Warner, WA Curtin, S Qu
Nature materials 6 (11), 876-881, 2007
Critical length scale controls adhesive wear mechanisms
R Aghababaei, DH Warner, JF Molinari
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-8, 2016
Atomistic based continuum investigation of plastic deformation in nanocrystalline copper
DH Warner, F Sansoz, JF Molinari
International Journal of Plasticity 22 (4), 754-774, 2006
Increased strain rate sensitivity due to stress-coupled grain growth in nanocrystalline Al
DS Gianola, DH Warner, JF Molinari, KJ Hemker
Scripta Materialia 55 (7), 649-652, 2006
Fatigue of additive manufactured Ti-6Al-4V, Part II: The relationship between microstructure, material cyclic properties, and component performance
R Molaei, A Fatemi, N Sanaei, J Pegues, N Shamsaei, S Shao, P Li, ...
International Journal of Fatigue 132, 105363, 2020
Fatigue of additive manufactured Ti-6Al-4V, Part I: The effects of powder feedstock, manufacturing, and post-process conditions on the resulting microstructure and defects
JW Pegues, S Shao, N Shamsaei, N Sanaei, A Fatemi, DH Warner, P Li, ...
International Journal of Fatigue 132, 105358, 2020
Origins and implications of temperature-dependent activation energy barriers for dislocation nucleation in face-centered cubic metals
DH Warner, WA Curtin
Acta Materialia 57 (14), 4267-4277, 2009
Mechanisms of Guinier–Preston zone hardening in the athermal limit
CV Singh, DH Warner
Acta Materialia 58 (17), 5797-5805, 2010
Micromechanical finite element modeling of compressive fracture in confined alumina ceramic
DH Warner, JF Molinari
Acta Materialia 54 (19), 5135-5145, 2006
On the debris-level origins of adhesive wear
R Aghababaei, DH Warner, JF Molinari
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (30), 7935-7940, 2017
The second Sandia Fracture Challenge: predictions of ductile failure under quasi-static and moderate-rate dynamic loading
BL Boyce, SLB Kramer, TR Bosiljevac, E Corona, JA Moore, K Elkhodary, ...
International Journal of Fracture 198 (1), 5-100, 2016
Atomistic simulations of dislocation–precipitate interactions emphasize importance of cross-slip
CV Singh, AJ Mateos, DH Warner
Scripta Materialia 64 (5), 398-401, 2011
Computational micromechanics of dynamic compressive loading of a brittle polycrystalline material using a distribution of grain boundary properties
RH Kraft, JF Molinari, KT Ramesh, DH Warner
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 56 (8), 2618-2641, 2008
Investigation of crack tip dislocation emission in aluminum using multiscale molecular dynamics simulation and continuum modeling
VI Yamakov, DH Warner, RJ Zamora, E Saether, WA Curtin, ...
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 65, 35-53, 2014
Investigation of the mechanisms by which hot isostatic pressing improves the fatigue performance of powder bed fused Ti-6Al-4V
P Li, DH Warner, JW Pegues, MD Roach, N Shamsaei, N Phan
International Journal of Fatigue 120, 342-352, 2019
An atomistic perspective on twinning phenomena in nano-enhanced fcc metals
F Sansoz, H Huang, DH Warner
JOM Journal of the Minerals, Metals and Materials Society 60 (9), 79-84, 2008
Atomistic predictions of dislocation nucleation with transition state theory
LD Nguyen, KL Baker, DH Warner
Physical Review B 84 (2), 024118, 2011
Dislocation glide-controlled room-temperature plasticity in 6H-SiC single crystals
S Kiani, KWK Leung, V Radmilovic, AM Minor, JM Yang, DH Warner, ...
Acta Materialia 80, 400-406, 2014
Improbability of void growth in aluminum via dislocation nucleation under typical laboratory conditions
LD Nguyen, DH Warner
Physical review letters 108 (3), 035501, 2012
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