Abigail Hunter
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Influence of the stacking fault energy surface on partial dislocations in fcc metals with a three-dimensional phase field dislocations dynamics model
A Hunter, IJ Beyerlein, TC Germann, M Koslowski
Physical Review B 84 (14), 144108, 2011
782011
Coupling continuum dislocation transport with crystal plasticity for application to shock loading conditions
DJ Luscher, JR Mayeur, HM Mourad, A Hunter, MA Kenamond
International Journal of Plasticity 76, 111-129, 2016
502016
Dependence of equilibrium stacking fault width in fcc metals on the γ-surface
A Hunter, RF Zhang, IJ Beyerlein, TC Germann, M Koslowski
Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 21 (2), 025015, 2013
492013
A phase field dislocation dynamics model for a bicrystal interface system: An investigation into dislocation slip transmission across cube-on-cube interfaces
Y Zeng, A Hunter, IJ Beyerlein, M Koslowski
International Journal of Plasticity 79, 293-313, 2016
442016
The core structure of dislocations and their relationship to the material γ-surface
A Hunter, RF Zhang, IJ Beyerlein
Journal of Applied Physics 115 (13), 134314, 2014
432014
Large-scale 3D phase field dislocation dynamics simulations on high-performance architectures
A Hunter, F Saied, C Le, M Koslowski
The International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications 25 (2 …, 2011
402011
Predictive modeling of dynamic fracture growth in brittle materials with machine learning
BA Moore, E Rougier, D O’Malley, G Srinivasan, A Hunter, H Viswanathan
Computational Materials Science 148, 46-53, 2018
382018
Theoretical and computational comparison of models for dislocation dissociation and stacking fault/core formation in fcc crystals
JR Mianroodi, A Hunter, IJ Beyerlein, B Svendsen
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 95, 719-741, 2016
372016
The role of partial mediated slip during quasi-static deformation of 3D nanocrystalline metals
L Cao, A Hunter, IJ Beyerlein, M Koslowski
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 78, 415-426, 2015
322015
Stacking fault emission from grain boundaries: material dependencies and grain size effects
A Hunter, IJ Beyerlein
Materials Science and Engineering: A 600, 200-210, 2014
312014
Direct calculations of material parameters for gradient plasticity
A Hunter, M Koslowski
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 56 (11), 3181-3190, 2008
302008
Understanding dislocation mechanics at the mesoscale using phase field dislocation dynamics
IJ Beyerlein, A Hunter
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical …, 2016
292016
Unprecedented grain size effect on stacking fault width
A Hunter, IJ Beyerlein
APL Materials 1 (3), 032109, 2013
282013
Quantifying topological uncertainty in fractured systems using graph theory and machine learning
G Srinivasan, JD Hyman, DA Osthus, BA Moore, D O’Malley, S Karra, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-11, 2018
262018
Phase-field-based calculations of the disregistry fields of static extended dislocations in FCC metals
S Xu, JR Mianroodi, A Hunter, IJ Beyerlein, B Svendsen
Philosophical Magazine 99 (11), 1400-1428, 2019
252019
Analytic model of the remobilization of pinned glide dislocations from quasi-static to high strain rates
A Hunter, DL Preston
International Journal of Plasticity 70, 1-29, 2015
242015
Relationship between monolayer stacking faults and twins in nanocrystals
A Hunter, IJ Beyerlein
Acta Materialia 88, 207-217, 2015
222015
Reduced-order modeling through machine learning and graph-theoretic approaches for brittle fracture applications
A Hunter, BA Moore, M Mudunuru, V Chau, R Tchoua, C Nyshadham, ...
Computational Materials Science 157, 87-98, 2019
19*2019
Predictions of an alternative pathway for grain-boundary driven twinning
A Hunter, IJ Beyerlein
Applied Physics Letters 104 (23), 233112, 2014
172014
A review of slip transfer: applications of mesoscale techniques
A Hunter, B Leu, IJ Beyerlein
Journal of materials science 53 (8), 5584-5603, 2018
152018
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