Valery Levitas
Valery Levitas
Anson Marston Distinguished Professor in Engineering and Murray Harpole Chair in Engineering
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A Variational Formulation of¶ Rate-Independent Phase Transformations¶ Using an Extremum Principle
A Mielke, F Theil, VI Levitas
Archive for rational mechanics and analysis 162, 137-177, 2002
Three-dimensional Landau theory for multivariant stress-induced martensitic phase transformations. I. Austenite↔ martensite
VI Levitas, DL Preston
Physical review B 66 (13), 134206, 2002
Thermomechanical theory of martensitic phase transformations in inelastic materials
VI Levitas
International Journal of Solids and Structures 35 (9-10), 889-940, 1998
Melt dispersion mechanism for fast reaction of nanothermites
VI Levitas, BW Asay, SF Son, M Pantoya
Applied Physics Letters 89 (7), 2006
Fatigue-resistant high-performance elastocaloric materials made by additive manufacturing
H Hou, E Simsek, T Ma, NS Johnson, S Qian, C Cissé, D Stasak, ...
Science 366 (6469), 1116-1121, 2019
Nanomaterials by severe plastic deformation: Review of historical developments and recent advances
K Edalati, A Bachmaier, VA Beloshenko, Y Beygelzimer, VD Blank, ...
Materials Research Letters 10 (4), 163-256, 2022
Fast reactions with nano-and micrometer aluminum: A study on oxidation versus fluorination
KW Watson, ML Pantoya, VI Levitas
Combustion and Flame 155 (4), 619-634, 2008
Mechanochemical mechanism for fast reaction of metastable intermolecular composites based on dispersion of liquid metal
VI Levitas, BW Asay, SF Son, M Pantoya
Journal of Applied Physics 101 (8), 2007
High-pressure mechanochemistry: conceptual multiscale theory and interpretation of experiments
VI Levitas
Physical Review B 70 (18), 184118, 2004
Three-dimensional Landau theory for multivariant stress-induced martensitic phase transformations. III. Alternative potentials, critical
VI Levitas, DL Preston, DW Lee
Physical Review-B-Condensed Matter 68 (13), 134201-134201, 2003
Three-dimensional Landau theory for multivariant stress-induced martensitic phase transformations. II. Multivariant phase transformations and stress space analysis
VI Levitas, DL Preston
Physical review B 66 (13), 134207, 2002
Size and mechanics effects in surface-induced melting of nanoparticles
VI Levitas, K Samani
Nature communications 2 (1), 284, 2011
Displacive phase transitions at large strains: phase-field theory and simulations
VI Levitas, VA Levin, KM Zingerman, EI Freiman
Physical Review Letters 103 (2), 025702, 2009
Interface propagation and microstructure evolution in phase field models of stress-induced martensitic phase transformations
VI Levitas, DW Lee, DL Preston
International Journal of Plasticity 26 (3), 395-422, 2010
Melt dispersion versus diffusive oxidation mechanism for aluminum nanoparticles: Critical experiments and controlling parameters
VI Levitas, ML Pantoya, B Dikici
Applied Physics Letters 92 (1), 2008
Shear-induced phase transition of nanocrystalline hexagonal boron nitride to wurtzitic structure at room temperature and lower pressure
C Ji, VI Levitas, H Zhu, J Chaudhuri, A Marathe, Y Ma
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (47), 19108-19112, 2012
Surface tension and energy in multivariant martensitic transformations: phase-field theory, simulations, and model of coherent interface
VI Levitas, M Javanbakht
Physical review letters 105 (16), 165701, 2010
Imaging stress and magnetism at high pressures using a nanoscale quantum sensor
S Hsieh, P Bhattacharyya, C Zu, T Mittiga, TJ Smart, F Machado, B Kobrin, ...
Science 366 (6471), 1349-1354, 2019
Multiple twinning and variant-variant transformations in martensite: phase-field approach
VI Levitas, AM Roy, DL Preston
Physical Review B 88 (5), 054113, 2013
Burn time of aluminum nanoparticles: Strong effect of the heating rate and melt-dispersion mechanism
VI Levitas
Combustion and Flame 156 (2), 543-546, 2009
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