Robert O. Ritchie
Robert O. Ritchie
Professor of Materials Science, University of California Berkeley
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Bioinspired structural materials
UGK Wegst, H Bai, E Saiz, AP Tomsia, RO Ritchie
Nature materials 14 (1), 23-36, 2015
19472015
A fracture-resistant high-entropy alloy for cryogenic applications
B Gludovatz, A Hohenwarter, D Catoor, EH Chang, EP George, ...
Science 345 (6201), 1153-1158, 2014
19072014
Relationship between critical tensile stress and fracture toughness in mild steel
RO Ritchie, JF Knott, JR Rice
Brown Univ., Providence, RI (USA). Div. of Engineering, 1973
16671973
The conflicts between strength and toughness
RO Ritchie
Nature materials 10 (11), 817-822, 2011
14672011
Tough, bio-inspired hybrid materials
E Munch, ME Launey, DH Alsem, E Saiz, AP Tomsia, RO Ritchie
Science 322 (5907), 1516-1520, 2008
13512008
Direct mechanical measurement of the tensile strength and elastic modulus of multiwalled carbon nanotubes
BG Demczyk, YM Wang, J Cumings, M Hetman, W Han, A Zettl, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: A 334 (1-2), 173-178, 2002
12362002
Propagation of short fatigue cracks
S Suresh, RO Ritchie
International metals reviews 29 (1), 445-475, 1984
8561984
Mechanisms of fatigue crack propagation in metals, ceramics and composites: role of crack tip shielding
RO Ritchie
Materials Science and Engineering: A 103 (1), 15-28, 1988
8001988
Mechanisms of fatigue-crack propagation in ductile and brittle solids
RO Ritchie
International journal of Fracture 100 (1), 55-83, 1999
7381999
Mechanistic fracture criteria for the failure of human cortical bone
RK Nalla, JH Kinney, RO Ritchie
Nature materials 2 (3), 164-168, 2003
6732003
Oxide-induced crack closure: an explanation for near-threshold corrosion fatigue crack growth behavior
S Suresh, GF Zamiski, DRO Ritchie
Metallurgical Transactions A 12 (8), 1435-1443, 1981
6681981
A geometric model for fatigue crack closure induced by fracture surface roughness
S Suresh, RO Ritchie
Metallurgical transactions A 13 (9), 1627-1631, 1982
5241982
On the fracture toughness of advanced materials
ME Launey, RO Ritchie
Advanced Materials 21 (20), 2103-2110, 2009
5132009
A damage-tolerant glass
MD Demetriou, ME Launey, G Garrett, JP Schramm, DC Hofmann, ...
Nature materials 10 (2), 123-128, 2011
4942011
On the mechanistic origins of toughness in bone
ME Launey, MJ Buehler, RO Ritchie
Annual review of materials research 40, 25-53, 2010
4892010
Fracture toughness and fatigue-crack propagation in a Zr–Ti–Ni–Cu–Be bulk metallic glass
CJ Gilbert, RO Ritchie, WL Johnson
Applied Physics Letters 71 (4), 476-478, 1997
4771997
On the influence of mechanical surface treatments—deep rolling and laser shock peening—on the fatigue behavior of Ti–6Al–4V at ambient and elevated temperatures
RK Nalla, I Altenberger, U Noster, GY Liu, B Scholtes, RO Ritchie
Materials Science and Engineering: A 355 (1-2), 216-230, 2003
4472003
Exceptional damage-tolerance of a medium-entropy alloy CrCoNi at cryogenic temperatures
B Gludovatz, A Hohenwarter, KVS Thurston, H Bei, Z Wu, EP George, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-8, 2016
4252016
Near-threshold fatigue-crack propagation in steels
RO Ritchie
International Metals Reviews 24 (1), 205-230, 1979
4231979
The dentin–enamel junction and the fracture of human teeth
V Imbeni, JJ Kruzic, GW Marshall, SJ Marshall, RO Ritchie
Nature materials 4 (3), 229-232, 2005
4002005
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