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Ing. Alena Kruisová, Ph.D.

Phone +420 266 053 792 E-mail alena@it.cas.cz Room M3220 Department Department D 4 - Impact and Waves in Solids Research area continuum mechanics, computational mechanics
Curriculum vitae
2003 Ph.D., Constitutive modelling of hyperelastic materials using the logarithmic description
1998 – 1999 fellowship at Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciencies, Computational Mechanics Group
since 1995 Institute of Thermomechanics of the Czech Academy of Sciences
1990 - 1995 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, CTU Prague
View author's publications in the ASCR database
Selected publications
A. Kruisová, H. Seiner, P. Sedlák, M. Landa, B. Román-Manso, P. Miranzo, M. Belmonte. Acoustic metamaterial behavior of three-dimensional periodic architectures assembled by robocasting. Applied Physics Letters, 105 (21), p. 211904, 2014.
M. Janovská, P. Sedlák, A. Kruisová, H. Seiner, M. Landa, J. Grym.
Elastic constants of nanoporous III-V semiconductors. Journal of Physics D-Applied Physics. 48, (24) 2015.
M. Frost, P. Sedlák, A. Kruisová, M. Landa.
Simulations of Self-Expanding Braided Stent Using Macroscopic Model of NiTi Shape Memory Alloys Covering R-Phase. Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, 23 (7), pp. 2584--2590, 2014.
H. Seiner, P. Sedlák, L. Bodnárová, A. Kruisová, M. Landa, A. Pablos a M. Belmonte.
Sensitivity of the resonant ultrasound spectroscopy to weak gradients of elastic properties. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2012, 131 (5), pp. 3775--3785, 2012.
M. Růžek, P. Sedlák, H. Seiner, A. Kruisová a M. Landa. Linearized forward and inverse problems of the resonant ultrasound spectroscopy for the evaluation of thin surface layers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 128 (6), pp. 3426.-3437, 2010
J. Plešek and A. Kruisová. Formulation, validation and numerical procedures for Hencky's elasticity model. Computers and Structures, 84: pp. 1141--1150, 2006.
A. Poživilová. Constitutive modelling of hyperelastic materials using the logarithmic description. PhD thesis, Czech Technical University in Prague, 2002.
Projects
2019-2021 GA19-14237SNonlinear interaction of elastic waves and material with a single crack
2003-2006 GP106/03/D038Materiálové vztahy při velkých přetvořeních se zaměřením na problémy šíření napěťových vln a jejich aplikace v NDT

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