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Domagoj Lanc
Domagoj Lanc
professor of engineering mechanics at Faculty of Engineering, University of Rijeka
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Flexural analysis of laminated composite and sandwich beams using a four-unknown shear and normal deformation theory
TP Vo, HT Thai, TK Nguyen, D Lanc, A Karamanli
Composite Structures 176, 388-397, 2017
562017
AISI 316Ti (1.4571) steel—Mechanical, creep and fracture properties versus temperature
J Brnic, G Turkalj, M Canadija, D Lanc
Journal of Constructional Steel Research 67 (12), 1948-1952, 2011
482011
Martensitic stainless steel AISI 420—mechanical properties, creep and fracture toughness
J Brnic, G Turkalj, M Canadija, D Lanc, S Krscanski
Mechanics of time-dependent materials 15 (4), 341-352, 2011
482011
Buckling analysis of thin-walled functionally graded sandwich box beams
D Lanc, TP Vo, G Turkalj, J Lee
Thin-Walled Structures 86, 148-156, 2015
472015
Analysis of experimental data on the behavior of steel S275JR–Reliability of modern design
J Brnic, G Turkalj, J Niu, M Canadija, D Lanc
Materials & Design 47, 497-504, 2013
412013
Creep behavior of high-strength low-alloy steel at elevated temperatures
J Brnic, G Turkalj, M Canadija, D Lanc
Materials Science and Engineering: A 499 (1-2), 23-27, 2009
412009
Comparison of material properties: Steel 20MnCr5 and similar steels
J Brnic, G Turkalj, D Lanc, M Canadija, M Brcic, G Vukelic
Journal of Constructional Steel Research 95, 81-89, 2014
392014
Nonlinear buckling behaviours of thin-walled functionally graded open section beams
D Lanc, G Turkalj, TP Vo, J Brnić
Composite structures 152, 829-839, 2016
382016
Tool material behavior at elevated temperatures
J Brnic, M Canadija, G Turkalj, D Lanc, T Pepelnjak, B Barisic, G Vukelic, ...
Materials and Manufacturing Processes 24 (7-8), 758-762, 2009
352009
Global buckling analysis model for thin-walled composite laminated beam type structures
D Lanc, G Turkalj, I Pesic
Composite Structures 111, 371-380, 2014
312014
Structural steel ASTM A709—behavior at uniaxial tests conducted at lowered and elevated temperatures, short-time creep response, and fracture toughness calculation
J Brnic, M Canadija, G Turkalj, D Lanc
Journal of engineering mechanics 136 (9), 1083-1089, 2010
312010
Mechanical properties, short time creep, and fatigue of an austenitic steel
J Brnic, G Turkalj, M Canadija, D Lanc, S Krscanski, M Brcic, Q Li, J Niu
Materials 9 (4), 298, 2016
282016
Behavior of AISI 316L steel subjected to uniaxial state of stress at elevated temperatures
J Brnic, J Niu, M Canadija, G Turkalj, D Lanc
Journal of materials science & technology 25 (2), 175, 2009
282009
FE modelling of multi-walled carbon nanotubes.
M Brcic, M Canadija, J Brnic, D Lanc, S Krscanski, G Vukelic
Estonian Journal of Engineering 15 (2), 2009
252009
50CrMo4 steel-determination of mechanical properties at lowered and elevated temperatures, creep behavior, and fracture toughness calculation
J Brnic, M Canadija, G Turkalj, D Lanc
242010
Deformation behaviour and material properties of austenitic heat-resistant steel X15CrNiSi25-20 subjected to high temperatures and creep
J Brnic, G Turkalj, M Canadija, S Krscanski, M Brcic, D Lanc
Materials & Design 69, 219-229, 2015
222015
Vibration and lateral buckling optimisation of thin-walled laminated composite channel-section beams
HX Nguyen, J Lee, TP Vo, D Lanc
Composite Structures 143, 84-92, 2016
202016
Low cycle fatigue and mechanical properties of magnesium alloy Mg–6Zn–1Y–0.6 Ce–0.6 Zr at different temperatures
M Čanađija, X Guo, D Lanc, W Yang, J Brnić
Materials & Design 59, 287-295, 2014
192014
Behaviour of S 355JO steel subjected to uniaxial stress at lowered and elevated temperatures and creep
J Brnic, M Canadija, G Turkalj, D Lanc
Bulletin of materials science 33 (4), 475-481, 2010
192010
Study of the effects of high temperatures on the engineering properties of steel 42CrMo4
J Brnic, G Turkalj, M Canadija, D Lanc, M Brcic
High Temperature Materials and Processes 34 (1), 27-34, 2015
172015
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