Erwan Verron
Erwan Verron
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Ecole Centrale de Nantes
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei ec-nantes.fr
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Comparison of hyperelastic models for rubber-like materials
G Marckmann, E Verron
Rubber chemistry and technology 79 (5), 835-858, 2006
5452006
A theory of network alteration for the Mullins effect
G Marckmann, E Verron, L Gornet, G Chagnon, P Charrier, P Fort
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 50 (9), 2011-2028, 2002
3582002
Mechanism of fatigue crack growth in carbon black filled natural rubber
JB Le Cam, B Huneau, E Verron, L Gornet
Macromolecules 37 (13), 5011-5017, 2004
1652004
On the relevance of continuum damage mechanics as applied to the Mullins effect in elastomers
G Chagnon, E Verron, L Gornet, G Marckmann, P Charrier
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 52 (7), 1627-1650, 2004
1442004
Stress analysis around crack tips in finite strain problems using the extended finite element method
G Legrain, N Moes, E Verron
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 63 (2), 290-314, 2005
1282005
Development of new constitutive equations for the Mullins effect in rubber using the network alteration theory
G Chagnon, E Verron, G Marckmann, L Gornet
International journal of solids and structures 43 (22-23), 6817-6831, 2006
1102006
Definition of a new predictor for multiaxial fatigue crack nucleation in rubber
E Verron, A Andriyana
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 56 (2), 417-443, 2008
1072008
Dynamic inflation of non‐linear elastic and viscoelastic rubber‐like membranes
E Verron, G Marckmann, B Peseux
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 50 (5), 1233-1251, 2001
882001
Dynamic inflation of hyperelastic spherical membranes
E Verron, RE Khayat, A Derdouri, B Peseux
Journal of Rheology 43 (5), 1083-1097, 1999
881999
A comparison of the Hart-Smith model with Arruda-Boyce and Gent formulations for rubber elasticity
G Chagnon, G Marckmann, E Verron
Rubber chemistry and technology 77 (4), 724-735, 2004
852004
Fatigue damage in carbon black filled natural rubber under uni-and multiaxial loading conditions
JB Le Cam, B Huneau, E Verron
International Journal of Fatigue 52, 82-94, 2013
752013
Data-based derivation of material response
A Leygue, M Coret, J Réthoré, L Stainier, E Verron
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 331, 184-196, 2018
612018
Finite element analysis of blow molding and thermoforming using a dynamic explicit procedure
G Marckmann, E Verron, B Peseux
Polymer Engineering & Science 41 (3), 426-439, 2001
582001
In situ SEM study of fatigue crack growth mechanism in carbon black‐filled natural rubber
S Beurrot, B Huneau, E Verron
Journal of Applied Polymer Science 117 (3), 1260-1269, 2010
562010
Strain-induced crystallization of carbon black-filled natural rubber during fatigue measured by in situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction
S Beurrot-Borgarino, B Huneau, E Verron, P Rublon
International Journal of fatigue 47, 1-7, 2013
552013
A first step towards the use of proper general decomposition method for structural optimization
A Leygue, E Verron
Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering 17 (4), 465-472, 2010
552010
Description of fatigue damage in carbon black filled natural rubber
JB LE CAM, B Huneau, E Verron
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 31 (12), 1031-1038, 2008
552008
Configurational Mechanics and Critical Plane Approach: Concept and application to fatigue failure analysis of rubberlike materials
A Andriyana, N Saintier, E Verron
International journal of fatigue 32 (10), 1627-1638, 2010
492010
Questioning numerical integration methods for microsphere (and microplane) constitutive equations
E Verron
Mechanics of Materials 89, 216-228, 2015
472015
In situ synchrotron wide-angle X-ray diffraction investigation of fatigue cracks in natural rubber
P Rublon, B Huneau, N Saintier, S Beurrot, A Leygue, E Verron, C Mocuta, ...
Journal of synchrotron radiation 20 (1), 105-109, 2013
452013
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