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Eidel, Bernhard and Stukowski, Alexander (2007):
Dislocation nucleation and defect structure during nanoindentation.
In: Proceedings of the IX International Conference on Computational Plasticity <Barcelona,2007> ; computational plasticity - fundamentals and applications COMPLAS IX ; 425-428 ; ISBN: 978-84-96736-27-6, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Eidel, Bernhard (2007):
Squaring the circle -- a curious phenomenon of fcc single crystals in spherical microindentation.
In: Computational Materials Science, pp. 172Þ178, 39, ISSN 0927-0256,
[Article]

Eidel, Bernhard and Stukowski, Alexander (2006):
Atomistic to continuum scale transition for crystalline materials - a comparative study of quasicontinuum approaches.
In: Third International Conference for Multiscale Materials Modeling <Freiburg,2006> ; Proceedings of the Third International Conference for Multiscale Materials Modeling ; 167-169 ; ISBN: 978-3-8167-7206-4, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Eidel, Bernhard (2005):
Anisotropic inelasticity : modelling, simulation, validation.
Aachen, Shaker, TU Darmstadt, ISBN 3-8322-4473-5,
[Ph.D. Thesis]

Eidel, Bernhard and Gruttmann, Friedrich (2005):
Anisotropic pile-up pattern at spherical identation into a fcc single crystal-finite element analysis versus experiment.
1. ed.- Amsterdam ; Heidelberg [u.a.], Elsevier, In: Computational fluid and solid mechanics 2005 : proceedings, Third MIT Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics, June 14 - 17, 2005 / ed.: K. J. Bathe.- 1. ed.- Amsterdam ; Heidelberg [u.a.] : Elsevier, 2005.- XXVIII, 1342 S.- ISBN: 0-08-04447, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Eidel, Bernhard and Gruttmann, Friedrich (2004):
Spherical indentation into a fcc single crystal : the squaring of the circle?
In: GAMM Annual Meeting 2005 <2004, Luxembourg> : Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics - GAMM Annual Meeting 2005 ; 265 - 266 ;, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Eidel, Bernhard and Gruttmann, Friedrich (2003):
Elasto-plastic orthotropy at finite strains : multiplicative formulation and numerical implementation.
In: Computational materials science, pp. 732-742, 28, [Article]

Eidel, Bernhard and Gruttmann, Friedrich (2003):
Finite element analysis of anisotropic structures at large inelastic deformations.
In: Deformation and failure in metallic materials / Kolumban Hutter ...ed.- Berlin [u.a.]: Springer, 2003.- XII, 409 S.- (Lecture notes in applied and computational mechanics ; 10).- ISBN 3-540-00848-9.- S. 51-78, Springer, [Article]

Eidel, Bernhard and Gruttmann, Friedrich (2003):
On the formulation and finite element implementation of anisotropic multiplicative finite strain elastoplasticity.
In: PAMM, Proceedings in applied mathematics and mechanics, 2, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Eidel, Bernhard and Gruttmann, Friedrich (2003):
On the theory and numerics of orthotropic elastoplasticity at finite plastic strains.
In: Conference on Computational Fluid and Solid Mechanics <2, 2003, Cambridge, Mass.>: Proceedings ... / ed. K. J. Bathe.- S. 246-248, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Eidel, Bernhard and Gruttmann, Friedrich (2002):
Finite strain inelasticity for isotropy, a simple and efficient finite element formulation.
In: Proceedings in applied mathematics and mechanics, 1, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Eidel, Bernhard and Gruttmann, Friedrich (2002):
On the implementation of anisotropic finite strain plasticity.
Vienna, Univ., In: World Congress of Computational Mechanics <5, 2002, Wien>: Proceedings .. WCCM V, July 7-12, 2002 ...- Vienna: Univ., 2002.- ISBN 3-9501554-0-6, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Eidel, Bernhard (2000):
Finite-Element-Algorithmen zur Berechnung großer inelastischer Deformationen.
In: Forschungskolloquium Baustatik-Baupraxis <2000 , Karlsruhe>. Hrsg.: W. Wagner. Karlsruhe: Techn. Univ., Inst. für Baustatik, 2000. S. 20-21, [Conference or Workshop Item]

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