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Residual stress evaluation and modelling at the micron scale

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The presence of residual stresses in engineering components may significantly affect damage evolution and progression towards failure. Correct evaluation of residual stress is of crucial importance for assessing mechanical components, predicting response and ensuring reliability. For example, when failure occurs due to cyclic loading, the underlying damage begins at the nano-, and then micro-scale. It is clear that improving engineering reliability at the micro-scale requires the ability t...

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University of Oxford

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DPhil
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University of Oxford

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