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Henry Proudhon

  • PhD
  • Materials Research Centre
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Research interests

finite elementscrystal plasticitydiffractionx-ray tomography

About

I focus on problems coupling metallurgy and computational mechanics where the crystallographic microstructure of the material is important. This has several important applications such as the propagation of short cracks, the deformation of polycrystalline materials and damage in contact mechanics. I make a heavy use of synchrotron radiation (in particular via X-ray tomography and diffraction) to probe the material in situ to retrieve three dimensional information about the microstructure, damage and strain evolutions. In the mean time I model the experiment with elasto-plastic constitutive behaviors at the crystal scale using the finite element method.

Co-authors (128)

  • Ming Liu
  • Juan-Manuel GARCIA
  • Thilo Morgeneyer
  • Nicolas Gueninchault

Publications (5)

  • In situmulti-axial loading frame to probe elastomers using X-ray scattering

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  • Prediction of the crack extension under fretting wear loading conditions

    • MUNOZ S
    • PROUDHON H
    • DOMINGUEZ J
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  • The Bauschinger Effect in AA 6111

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  • Three-dimensional visualisation of fatigue cracks in metals using high resolution synchrotron X-ray micro-tomography

    • Buffiere J
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  • Three-dimensional visualisation of fatigue cracks in metals using high resolution synchrotron X-ray micro-tomography

    • BUFFIERE J
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Professional experience

Materials Research Centre