Horst Vehoff
Horst Vehoff
ret. Professor für Werkstoffwissenschaft, Universität des Saarlandes
Verifisert e-postadresse på matsci.uni-sb.de
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Recent developments in the study of hydrogen embrittlement: Hydrogen effect on dislocation nucleation
A Barnoush, H Vehoff
Acta Materialia 58 (16), 5274-5285, 2010
Dependence of nanohardness upon indentation size and grain size–a local examination of the interaction between dislocations and grain boundaries
B Yang, H Vehoff
Acta materialia 55 (3), 849-856, 2007
Gaseous hydrogen embrittlement in FeSi-and Ni-single crystals
H Vehoff, W Rothe
Perspectives in Hydrogen in Metals, 647-659, 1986
In situ SEM experiments concerning the mechanism of ductile crack growth
H Vehoff, P Neumann
Acta Metallurgica 27 (5), 915-920, 1979
A 3-D view on the mechanisms of short fatigue cracks interacting with grain boundaries
W Schaef, M Marx, H Vehoff, A Heckl, P Randelzhofer
Acta Materialia 59 (5), 1849-1861, 2011
Finite element study for nanoindentation measurements on two-phase materials
K Durst, M Göken, H Vehoff
Journal of materials research 19 (1), 85-93, 2004
Temperature dependence of the fracture toughness of single phase and two phase intermetallics
S Reuss, H Vehoff
scripta Metallurgica et Materialia 24 (6), 1021-1026, 1990
In situ electrochemical nanoindentation: A technique for local examination of hydrogen embrittlement
A Barnoush, H Vehoff
Corrosion Science 50 (1), 259-267, 2008
Electrochemical nanoindentation: A new approach to probe hydrogen/deformation interaction
A Barnoush, H Vehoff
Scripta Materialia 55 (2), 195-198, 2006
Crack propagation and cleavage initiation in Fe-2.6%-Si single crystals under controlled plastic crack tip opening rate in various gaseous environments
H Vehoff, P Neumann
Acta Metallurgica 28 (3), 265-272, 1980
Interaction of cracks with precipitates and grain boundaries: Understanding crack growth mechanisms through focused ion beam tomography
C Holzapfel, W Schäf, M Marx, H Vehoff, F Mücklich
Scripta Materialia 56 (8), 697-700, 2007
Life prediction for random load fatigue based on the growth behavior of microcracks
HH Heitmann, H Vehoff, P Neumann
Fracture 84, 3599-3606, 1984
Correlation between dislocation density and pop-in phenomena in aluminum studied by nanoindentation and electron channeling contrast imaging
A Barnoush, MT Welsch, H Vehoff
Scripta Materialia 63 (5), 465-468, 2010
An insight into the role of the grain boundary in plastic deformation by means of a bicrystalline pillar compression test and atomistic simulation
N Kheradmand, H Vehoff, A Barnoush
Acta Materialia 61 (19), 7454-7465, 2013
Hydrogen embrittlement and trapping at crack tips in Ni-single crystals
H Vehoff, HK Klameth
Perspectives in Hydrogen in Metals, 661-668, 1986
Nanohardness measurements for studying local mechanical properties of metals.
M Kempf, M Göken, H Vehoff
Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing 66 (7), 1998
Examination of hydrogen embrittlement in FeAl by means of in situ electrochemical micropillar compression and nanoindentation techniques
A Barnoush, J Dake, N Kheradmand, H Vehoff
Intermetallics 18 (7), 1385-1389, 2010
Hydrogen related material problems
H Vehoff
Hydrogen in metals III, 215-278, 1997
Nanomechanical characterizations of metals and thin films
M Göken, M Kempf, M Bordenet, H Vehoff
Surface and Interface Analysis 27 (5‐6), 302-306, 1999
Strain effects on the coarsening and softening of electrodeposited nanocrystalline Ni subjected to high pressure torsion
B Yang, H Vehoff, A Hohenwarter, M Hafok, R Pippan
Scripta materialia 58 (9), 790-793, 2008
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