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  1. 2841.
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    Zaefferer, S.: High resolution orientation microscopy in 2 and 3 dimensions to study microstructure formation processes. 2. Warmumformtag (2.WUT), Düsseldorf (2006)
  2. 2842.
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    Zambaldi, C.; Roters, F.; Raabe, D.: Spherical indentation modeling for the investigation of primary recrystallization in a single-crystal nickel-base superalloy. Plasticity, Halifax, Canada (2006)
  3. 2843.
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    Bieler, T. R.; Crimp, M. A.; Ma, A.; Roters, F.; Raabe, D.: Slip Interactions Leading to Damage Nucleation in Grain Boundaries. Plasticity Conference 2006, Halifax, Canada (2006)
  4. 2844.
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    Zaafarani, N.; Raabe, D.; Singh, R. N.; Roters, F.; Zaefferer, S.; Zambaldi, C.: 3D EBSD characterization and crystal plasticity FE simulation of the texture and microstructure below a nanoindent in Cu. Plasticity Conference 2006, Halifax, Canada (2006)
  5. 2845.
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    Ponge, D.; Ardehali Barani, A.: Optimized Thermomechanical Treatment for Strong and Ductile Martensitic Steels. Thermec’2006, International Conference on Processing & Manufacturing of Advanced Materials, Vancouver, Canada (2006)
  6. 2846.
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    Roters, F.: A Dislocation Density Based Constitutive Law for BCC Materials in Crystal Plasticity FEM. THERMEC, Vancouver, Canada (2006)
  7. 2847.
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    Bastos, A.; Zaefferer, S.; Raabe, D.: Orientation Microscopy on Nanostructured Electrodeposited CoNi Films. Thermec - 2006, Vancouver, Canada (2006)
  8. 2848.
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    Nikolov, S.; Lebensohn, R. A.; Roters, F.; Raabe, D.; Ma, A.: Micomechanical Modeling of large plastic deformation in semi-crystalline polymers. Plasticity, Halifax, Canada (2006)
  9. 2849.
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    Roters, F.; Raabe, D.: Mechanism-oriented steel development. New Methods of Steel Design, Aachen, Germany (2006)
  10. 2850.
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    Roters, F.: Physikalische Modelle für die Umformsimulation. Warumformtag II, Düsseldorf (2006)
  11. 2851.
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    Ponge, D.: Modern high strength steels for automotive applications. Robust Processes with Modern Steels, INPRO Innovationsgesellschaft für fortgeschrittene Produktionssysteme in der Fahrzeugindustrie mbH, Berlin, Germany (2006)
  12. 2852.
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    Roters, F.: Microstructure Physics Based Concepts for the Simulation of Modern Steels. Robust Processes with Modern Steels, Berlin, Germany (2006)
  13. 2853.
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    Backes, B.; Durst,, K.; Eisenlohr, P.; Blum, W.; Göken, M.: Particle Hardening in Creep Resistant {Mg}-Alloy {MRI 230D} - Probed by Nanoindenting Atomic Force Microscopy. 14th Int. Conf. Strength of Materials and Alloys (ICSMA14), Xi'an, China (2006)
  14. 2854.
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    Bastos, A.; Zaefferer, S.; Raabe, D.: 3D-Orientierungsmikroskopie mittels FIB-SEM: Eine neue Dimension der Materialcharakterisierung. DGM, 5. AK-Treffen - Mikrostrukturcharakterisierung im REM, Halle, Germany (2006)
  15. 2855.
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    Kobayashi, S.; Zaefferer, S.: Microstructure Control Using Phase Transformations in Ternary Gamma TiAl Alloys. Seminar talk, Universität Kassel, Kassel Germany (2006)
  16. 2856.
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    Roters, F.: Mapping the crystal orientation distribution function to discrete orientations in crystal plasticity finite element forming simulations of bulk materials. International Conference on Aluminium Alloys ICAA10, Vancouver, Canada (2006)
  17. 2857.
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    Raabe, D.: Recent Advances in Crystal Mechanics and Chitin Composites. Physics Colloquium at the Physics Department of the Technical University Dresden, Dresden, Germany (2006)
  18. 2858.
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    Varnik, F.: Chaotic lubricant flows in metal forming: Some new insights from lattice Boltzmann simulations. Seminar Talk at MPI für Eisenforschung GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany (2006)
  19. 2859.
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    Raabe, D.: Crystal Mechanics and Fresh Lobster. Gordon laboratory, Invited Kolloquium Lecture, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK (2006)
  20. 2860.
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    Varnik, F.: Lattice Boltzmann simulations of moderate Reynolds number flows in strongly confined channels: The role of the wall roughness. Massachussets Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston, MA, USA (2006)
 
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