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Scientific Assistant

M.Sc. Lukas Lücker

Main activities

Overview of research projects in group steels

Curriculum Vitae

Publications and presentations

6) Baak, N.; Hajavifard, R.; Lücker, L.; Rozo Vasquez, J.; Strodick, S.; Teschke, M.; Walther, F.:
Micromagnetic approaches for microstructure analysis and capability assessment.
Materials Characterization 178, 111189 (2021) 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matchar.2021.111189

5) Heckmann, K.; Sievers, J.; Schopf, T.; Lücker, L.; Schmiedt-Kalenborn, A.; Walther, F.; Starke, P.; Acosta, R.; Boller, C.:
Correlation of load drop and crack initiation criteria in fatigue life experiments of metallic materials.
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 251, 107785 (2021) 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.engfracmech.2021.107785

4) Koch, A.; Bonhage, M.; Teschke, M.; Lücker, L.; Behrens, B.-A.; Walther, F.:
Electrical resistance-based fatigue assessment and capability prediction of extrudates from recycled field-assisted sintered EN AW-6082 aluminium chips.
Materials Characterization 169, 110644 (2020) 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matchar.2020.110644

3) Teschke, M.; Rozo Vasquez, J.; Lücker, L.; Walther, F.:
Characterization of damage evolution on hot flat rolled mild steel sheets by means of micromagnetic parameters and fatigue strength determination.
Materials 13 (11), 2486 (2020) 1-19. https://doi.org/10.3390/ma13112486 - Download

2) Schmiedt, A.; Lücker, L.; Manka, M.; Tillmann, W.; Walther, F.:
Frequency-dependent fatigue and corrosion fatigue assessment of brazed AISI 304L/BNi-2 joints in air and synthetic exhaust gas condensate.
Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures 41 (2018) 2338-2349. https://doi.org/10.1111/ffe.12902

1) Schmiedt, A.; Lücker, L.; Kolesnikov, A.G.; Plokhikh, A.; Walther, F.:
Production- and microstructure-based fatigue assessment of metallic AISI 304/430 multilayer materials produced by hot pack rolling.
Materials Testing 59, 2 (2017) 123-129. https://doi.org/ https://doi.org/10.3139/120.110976 - Download

 

List of all publications

3) Lücker, L. (V.); Walther, F.:
Direct current potential drop characterization of forming-induced pre-damage influence on three-point bending fatigue behavior of 16MnCrS5.
ICSID2021, 5th International Conference on Structural Integrity and Durability, Web Conference, Croatia, 07.-10. Sept. (2021).

2) Lücker, L. (V.); Teschke, M.; Rozo Vasquez, J.; Walther, F.:
Characterization of forming-induced damage of hot flat rolled micro-alloyed steel by micromagnetic testing correlated with fatigue behavior.
MSE 2020, Materials Science and Engineering, Web Conference, 22.-25. Sept. (2020).

1) Schmiedt, A.; Lücker, L.; Walther, F. (V.):
Fatigue properties of multilayer material based on stainless steels and produced by hot pack rolling.
Composite-Expo 2016, 9th International Specialized Exhibition on Raw Materials, Equipment and Technologies for Composites' Producing, Moscow, Russia, 17.-19. Febr. (2016).

 

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Turn right directly under the canopy, go approximately 200 m, the Building "Maschinenbau III" is at the end of the path.

The office is located on the third floor in E03 - room 3.027.

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