Bakgrunn og aktiviteter
Andreas Echtermeyer is Professor for composites and polymers in the Department of Engineering Design and Materials at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) Trondheim. He joined the university full time in 2008 after having been an adjunct professor since 2003. Previously he worked for Det Norske Veritas (DNV) as senior principal engineer in the section “Structural Integrity and Laboratories” and was responsible for composites and polymers in offshore applications. He continues to be a consultant for DNV. He received his PhD in Materials Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and his Diploma in Physics from the Technical University of Munich.
· Pressure vessels and pipes.
Development of adaptive wind turbine blades, changing shape under loading.
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- (2017) Compression stress relaxation in carbon black reinforced HNBR at low temperatures. Polymer testing. vol. 63.
- (2017) Elastic recovery after compression in HNBR at low and moderate temperatures: Experiment and modelling. Polymer testing. vol. 61.
- (2017) Feasibility of Using Microencapsulated Phase Change Materials as Filler for Improving Low Temperature Performance of Rubber Sealing Materials. Soft Matter.
- (2016) Thermomechanical properties of zirconium tungstate/hydrogenated nitrile butadiene rubber (HNBR) composites for low-temperature applications. Journal of Materials Science. vol. 51 (24).
- (2016) The sensitivity of the burst performance of impact damaged pressure vessels to material strength properties. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering. vol. 139.
- (2015) Strain fields in adhesively bonded patch repairs of damaged Metallic beams. Polymer testing. vol. 48 (December 2015).
- (2015) Measuring changing strain fields in composites with Distributed Fiber-Optic Sensing using the Optical Backscatter Reflectometer. Composites Part B: Engineering. vol. 74.
- (2015) An experimental study on the effects of matrix cracking to the stiffness of glass/epoxy cross plied laminates. Composites Part B: Engineering. vol. 80.
- (2015) Comparison of laminate stiffness as measured by three experimental methods. Polymer testing. vol. 44.
- (2015) Back-Calculation of Elastic Moduli of a Ply from the Moduli of Cross-Ply Laminates. Mechanics of composite materials. vol. 51.
- (2015) Aging of polyamide 11. Part 1: Evaluating degradation by thermal, mechanical, and viscometric analysis. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. vol. 132 (20).
- (2015) Aging of polyamide 11. Part 2: General multiscale model of the hydrolytic degradation applied to predict the morphology evolution. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. vol. 132 (41).
- (2015) Aging of polyamide 11. Part 3: Multiscale model predicting the mechanical properties after hydrolytic degradation. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. vol. 132 (46).
- (2015) Damage development in stitchbonded GFRP composite plates under low velocity impact experimental and numerical results. Journal of composite materials. vol. 49 (5).
- (2015) Numerical and experimental investigation of impact on filament wound glass reinforced epoxy pipe. Journal of composite materials. vol. 49 (6).
- (2015) Creep-fatigue relationship in polymer: a molecular dynamics simulations approach. Macromolecular Theory and Simulations. vol. 24 (1).
- (2014) Effects of composite fiber orientation on wind turbine blade buckling resistance. Wind Energy. vol. 17 (12).
- (2014) Flexural Fatigue of Unbalanced Glass-Carbon Hybrid Composites. Journal of solar energy engineering. vol. 136 (4).
- (2014) Safety approach for composite pressure vessels for road transport of hydrogen. Part 2: Safety factors and test requirements. International journal of hydrogen energy. vol. 39 (26).
- (2014) Bonded patch repairs for metallic structures - A new recommended practice. Journal of reinforced plastics and composites (Print). vol. 33 (6).