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Theocharis Baxevanis
Theocharis Baxevanis
Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering, University of Houston
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Review and perspectives: shape memory alloy composite systems
BT Lester, T Baxevanis, Y Chemisky, DC Lagoudas
Acta Mechanica 226 (12), 3907-3960, 2015
1482015
Finite element analysis of the plane strain crack-tip mechanical fields in pseudoelastic shape memory alloys
T Baxevanis, Y Chemisky, DC Lagoudas
Smart materials and structures 21 (9), 094012, 2012
672012
On the fracture toughness enhancement due to stress-induced phase transformation in shape memory alloys
T Baxevanis, AF Parrinello, DC Lagoudas
International Journal of Plasticity 50, 158-169, 2013
652013
A mode I fracture analysis of a center-cracked infinite shape memory alloy plate under plane stress
T Baxevanis, D Lagoudas
International journal of fracture 175 (2), 151-166, 2012
622012
Compaction bands and induced permeability reduction in Tuffeau de Maastricht calcarenite
T Baxevanis, E Papamichos, O Flornes, I Larsen
Acta Geotechnica 1 (2), 123-135, 2006
582006
Fracture mechanics of shape memory alloys: review and perspectives
T Baxevanis, DC Lagoudas
International Journal of Fracture 191 (1), 191-213, 2015
532015
On the fracture toughness of pseudoelastic shape memory alloys
T Baxevanis, CM Landis, DC Lagoudas
Journal of Applied Mechanics 81 (4), 2014
522014
Actuation fatigue life prediction of shape memory alloys under the constant-stress loading condition
C Calhoun, R Wheeler, T Baxevanis, DC Lagoudas
Scripta Materialia 95 (1), 58-61, 2015
502015
On the driving force for crack growth during thermal actuation of shape memory alloys
T Baxevanis, AF Parrinello, DC Lagoudas
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 89, 255-271, 2016
442016
On the fracture toughness and stable crack growth in shape memory alloy actuators in the presence of transformation-induced plasticity
S Jape, T Baxevanis, DC Lagoudas
International Journal of Fracture 209 (1), 117-130, 2018
382018
Fracture toughness of NiTi–Towards establishing standard test methods for phase transforming materials
B Haghgouyan, C Hayrettin, T Baxevanis, I Karaman, DC Lagoudas
Acta Materialia 162, 226-238, 2019
352019
Micromechanics of precipitated near-equiatomic Ni-rich NiTi shape memory alloys
T Baxevanis, A Cox, DC Lagoudas
Acta Mechanica 225 (4), 1167-1185, 2014
342014
Homogenization of elastoplastic composites with generalized periodicity in the microstructure
D Tsalis, T Baxevanis, G Chatzigeorgiou, N Charalambakis
International Journal of Plasticity 51, 161-187, 2013
342013
Stable crack growth during thermal actuation of shape memory alloys
S Jape, T Baxevanis, DC Lagoudas
Shape Memory and Superelasticity 2 (1), 104-113, 2016
292016
A three-dimensional constitutive model for the martensitic transformation in polycrystalline shape memory alloys under large deformation
L Xu, T Baxevanis, DC Lagoudas
Smart Materials and Structures 28 (7), 074004, 2019
272019
Finite strain constitutive modeling for shape memory alloys considering transformation-induced plasticity and two-way shape memory effect
L Xu, A Solomou, T Baxevanis, D Lagoudas
International Journal of Solids and Structures 221, 42-59, 2021
262021
A three-dimensional constitutive modeling for shape memory alloys considering two-way shape memory effect and transformation-induced plasticity
L Xu, A Solomou, T Baxevanis, DC Lagoudas
AIAA Scitech 2019 Forum, 1195, 2019
202019
A micromechanically based model for damage-enhanced creep-rupture in continuous fiber-reinforced ceramic matrix composites
T Baxevanis, N Charalambakis
Mechanics of Materials 42 (5), 570-580, 2010
202010
Stable crack growth in NiTi shape memory alloys: 3D finite element modeling and experimental validation
B Haghgouyan, S Jape, T Baxevanis, I Karaman, DC Lagoudas
Smart Materials and Structures 28 (6), 064001, 2019
182019
Load capacity and rupture displacement in viscoelastic fiber bundles
T Baxevanis, T Katsaounis
Physical Review E 75 (4), 046104, 2007
162007
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