Publications of Juan Li

Journal Article (5)

Journal Article
Li, J.; Pharr, G. M.; Kirchlechner, C.: Quantitative insights into the dislocation source behavior of twin boundaries suggest a new dislocation source mechanism. Journal of Materials Research 36 (10), pp. 2037 - 2046 (2021)
Journal Article
Li, J.; Kirchlechner, C.: Does the stacking fault energy affect dislocation multiplication? Materials Characterization 161, 110136 (2020)
Journal Article
Luo, W.; Kirchlechner, C.; Li, J.; Dehm, G.; Stein, F.: Composition dependence of hardness and elastic modulus of the cubic and hexagonal NbCo2 Laves phase polytypes studied by nanoindentation. Journal of Materials Research 35 (2), pp. 185 - 195 (2020)
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Qin, Y.; Li, J.; Herbig, M.: Microstructural origin of the outstanding durability of the high nitrogen bearing steel X30CrMoN15-1. Materials Characterization 159, 110049 (2020)
Journal Article
Li, J.; Dehm, G.; Kirchlechner, C.: How close can indents be placed without risking an erroneous pop-in statistics? Materialia 7, 100378 (2019)

Talk (2)

Li, J.; Dehm, G.; Kirchlechner, C.: Dislocation source activation by nanoindentation in single crystals and at grain boundaries. E-MRS Spring, Strasbourg, France (2018)
Li, J.; Dehm, G.; Kirchlechner, C.: Differences in dislocation source activation stress in the grain interior and at twin boundaries using nanoindentation. Nanobruecken 2018, Erlangen, Germany (2018)

Poster (1)

Li, J.; Dehm, G.; Kirchlechner, C.: Grain Boundaries acting as dislocation sources. Gordon Research Seminar "Thin Film & Small Scale Mechanical Behavior", Lewiston, ME, USA (2018)

Thesis - PhD (1)

Thesis - PhD
Li, J.: Probing dislocation nucleation in grains and at Ʃ3 twin boundaries of Cu alloys by nanoindentation. Dissertation, Ruhr-Universität Bochum (2020)
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