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Wilfried Schranz
Wilfried Schranz
Professor für Physik, University of Vienna
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Statistical similarity between the compression of a porous material and earthquakes
J Baró, Á Corral, X Illa, A Planes, EKH Salje, W Schranz, DE Soto-Parra, ...
Physical review letters 110 (8), 088702, 2013
2772013
Mechanical properties of half-Heusler alloys
G Rogl, A Grytsiv, M Gürth, A Tavassoli, C Ebner, A Wünschek, ...
Acta Materialia 107, 178-195, 2016
2722016
Nematic Susceptibility of Hole-Doped and Electron-Doped Iron-Based Superconductors from Shear Modulus Measurements
AE Böhmer, P Burger, F Hardy, T Wolf, P Schweiss, R Fromknecht, ...
Physical Review Letters 112 (4), 047001, 2014
2002014
Low-frequency superelasticity and nonlinear elastic behavior of SrTiO 3 crystals
AV Kityk, W Schranz, P Sondergeld, D Havlik, EKH Salje, JF Scott
Physical Review B 61 (2), 946, 2000
1812000
Antiferrodistortive phase transition in EuTiO
V Goian, S Kamba, O Pacherová, J Drahokoupil, L Palatinus, M Dušek, ...
Physical Review B 86 (5), 054112, 2012
1152012
Mechanical properties of filled antimonide skutterudites
L Zhang, G Rogl, A Grytsiv, S Puchegger, J Koppensteiner, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: B 170 (1-3), 26-31, 2010
1132010
Low frequency elastic properties of the structural and freezing transitions in single-crystal C 60
W Schranz, A Fuith, P Dolinar, H Warhanek, M Haluska, H Kuzmany
Physical review letters 71 (10), 1561, 1993
1011993
Thermal expansion of skutterudites
G Rogl, L Zhang, P Rogl, A Grytsiv, M Falmbigl, D Rajs, M Kriegisch, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 107 (4), 2010
942010
Failure mechanism in porous materials under compression: crackling noise in mesoporous SiO2
EKH Salje, DE Soto-Parra, A Planes, E Vives, M Reinecker, W Schranz
Philosophical Magazine Letters 91 (8), 554-560, 2011
902011
Effect of HPT processing on the structure, thermoelectric and mechanical properties of Sr0. 07Ba0. 07Yb0. 07Co4Sb12
G Rogl, Z Aabdin, E Schafler, J Horky, D Setman, M Zehetbauer, ...
Journal of alloys and compounds 537, 183-189, 2012
822012
Elastic response of (1− x) Ba (Ti0. 8Zr0. 2) O3–x (Ba0. 7Ca0. 3) TiO3 (x= 0.45–0.55) and the role of the intermediate orthorhombic phase in enhancing the piezoelectric coupling
F Cordero, F Craciun, M Dinescu, N Scarisoreanu, C Galassi, W Schranz, ...
Applied Physics Letters 105 (23), 2014
702014
Symmetry analysis of domain structure in KSCN crystals
V Janovec, W Schranz, H Warhanek, Z Zikmund
Ferroelectrics 98 (1), 171-189, 1989
691989
Jerky elasticity: Avalanches and the martensitic transition in Cu74. 08Al23. 13Be2. 79 shape-memory alloy
EKH Salje, J Koppensteiner, M Reinecker, W Schranz, A Planes
Applied Physics Letters 95 (23), 2009
642009
Piezo-optic coefficients of MgO-doped LiNbO3 crystals
BG Mytsyk, AS Andrushchak, NM Demyanyshyn, YP Kost, AV Kityk, ...
Applied Optics 48 (10), 1904-1911, 2009
542009
Microstructure dynamics in orthorhombic perovskites
Z Zhang, J Koppensteiner, W Schranz, JB Betts, A Migliori, MA Carpenter
Physical Review B 82 (1), 014113, 2010
522010
Dynamic elastic response of KMn 1− x Ca x F 3: Elastic softening and domain freezing
W Schranz, P Sondergeld, AV Kityk, EKH Salje
Physical Review B 80 (9), 094110, 2009
512009
Nonlinear elastic behaviour of SrTiO3 crystals in the quantum paraelectric regime
AV Kityk, W Schranz, P Sondergeld, D Havlik, EKH Salje, JF Scott
Europhysics Letters 50 (1), 41, 2000
502000
Spatial anisotropy of the acousto-optical efficiency in lithium niobate crystals
AS Andrushchak, EM Chernyhivsky, ZY Gotra, MV Kaidan, AV Kityk, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 108 (10), 2010
492010
Thermal expansion of thermoelectric type-I-clathrates
M Falmbigl, G Rogl, P Rogl, M Kriegisch, H Müller, E Bauer, M Reinecker, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 108 (4), 2010
492010
Dynamic mechanical analysis—a powerful tool for the study of phase transitions
W Schranz
Phase Transitions: A Multinational Journal 64 (1-2), 103-114, 1997
491997
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