SCALET, GIULIA

SCALET, GIULIA  

DIPARTIMENTO DI INGEGNERIA CIVILE E ARCHITETTURA  

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4D Multimaterial Printing of Programmable and Selective Light‐Activated Shape‐Memory Structures with Embedded Gold Nanoparticles 1-gen-2021 Wang, Yu; Sachyani Keneth, Ela; Kamyshny, Alexander; Scalet, Giulia; Auricchio, Ferdinando; Magdassi, Shlomo
Computational Analysis of Advanced Shape-Memory Alloy Devices Through a Robust Modeling Framework 1-gen-2017 Scalet, Giulia; Conti, Michele; Auricchio, Ferdinando
A computational approach based on a multiaxial fatigue criterion combining phase transformation and shakedown response for the fatigue life assessment of Nitinol stents 1-gen-2018 Scalet, Giulia; Menna, Costantino; Constantinescu, Andrei; Auricchio, Ferdinando
A computational approach for the lifetime prediction of cardiovascular balloon-expandable stents 1-gen-2015 Auricchio, Ferdinando; Constantinescu, Andrei; Conti, Michele; Scalet, Giulia
Computational Methods for Elastoplasticity: An Overview of Conventional and Less-Conventional Approaches 1-gen-2018 Scalet, Giulia; Auricchio, Ferdinando
A convex hull-based approach for multiaxial high-cycle fatigue criteria 1-gen-2021 Scalet, G.
Efficiency and effectiveness of implicit and explicit approaches for the analysis of shape-memory alloy bodies 1-gen-2016 Scalet, Giulia; Auricchio, Ferdinando; Hartl, Darren J.
An efficient algorithm for the solution of min-max problems in multiaxial fatigue 1-gen-2018 Scalet, G.
An Efficient Finite Element Framework to Assess Flexibility Performances of SMA Self-Expandable Carotid Artery Stents 1-gen-2015 Ferraro, Mauro; Auricchio, Ferdinando; Boatti, Elisa; Scalet, Giulia; Conti, Michele; Morganti, Simone; Reali, Alessandro
Erratum to: Computational Methods for Elastoplasticity: An Overview of Conventional and Less-Conventional Approaches (Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering, (2018), 25, 3, (545-589), 10.1007/s11831-016-9208-x) 1-gen-2018 Scalet, G.; Auricchio, F.
Expandable drug delivery system for gastric retention based on shape memory polymers: Development via 4D printing and extrusion 1-gen-2019 Melocchi, A.; Uboldi, M.; Inverardi, N.; Briatico-Vangosa, F.; Baldi, F.; Pandini, Stefano; Scalet, G.; Auricchio, F.; Cerea, M.; Foppoli, Andrea; Maroni, A.; Zema, L.; Gazzaniga, A.
Experimental and computational analysis of a pharmaceutical-grade shape memory polymer applied to the development of gastroretentive drug delivery systems 1-gen-2021 Inverardi, N.; Scalet, G.; Melocchi, A.; Uboldi, M.; Maroni, A.; Zema, L.; Gazzaniga, A.; Auricchio, F.; Briatico-Vangosa, F.; Baldi, F.; Pandini, S.
An experimental, theoretical and numerical investigation of shape memory polymers 1-gen-2015 Scalet, Giulia; Auricchio, Ferdinando; Bonetti, Elena; Castellani, Leonardo; Ferri, Dino; Pachera, M.; Scavello, Francesco
Explicit finite element implementation of a shape memory alloy constitutive model and associated analyses 1-gen-2017 Scalet, Giulia; Boatti, Elisa; Ferraro, Mauro; Mercuri, Valentina; Hartl, Darren J.; Auricchio, Ferdinando
Fatigue of 316L stainless steel notched µm-size components 1-gen-2014 Auricchio, Ferdinando; Constantinescu, Andrei; Scalet, Giulia
Fatigue of Metallic Stents: From Clinical Evidence to Computational Analysis 1-gen-2016 Auricchio, Ferdinando; Constantinescu, Andrei; Conti, Michele; Scalet, Giulia
Fiber-reinforced materials: finite elements for the treatment of the inextensibility constraint 1-gen-2017 Auricchio, Ferdinando; Scalet, Giulia; Wriggers, Peter
Finite Strain Constitutive Modelling of Shape Memory Alloys Considering Partial Phase Transformation with Transformation-Induced Plasticity 1-gen-2021 Scalet, G.; Karakalas, A.; Xu, L.; Lagoudas, D.
Micromechanical modeling for the probabilistic failure prediction of stents in high-cycle fatigue 1-gen-2016 Guerchais, Raphael; Scalet, Giulia; Constantinescu, Andrei; Auricchio, Ferdinando
Multi-material 3D printed shape memory polymer with tunable melting and glass transition temperature activated by heat or light 1-gen-2020 Keneth, E. S.; Lieberman, R.; Rednor, M.; Scalet, G.; Auricchio, F.; Magdassi, S.