Paul Baral

Funding: FNRS
Supervisor(s): Thomas Pardoen, Hosni Idrissi

I am particularly interested in the mechanical characterization of the multi layered materials and their deformation mechanisms. I use nanoindentation and lab-on-chip techniques together with TEM observations of the deformed nanolaminates to enhance the understanding of their surprising mechanical behavior.

IMMC main research direction(s):
Processing and characterisation of materials
Solid mechanics

finite elements
metallic alloys

Research group(s): IMAP

Recent publications

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Journal Articles

1. Tiphéne, Gabrielle; Baral, Paul; Comby-Dassonneville, Solène; Guillonneau, Gaylord; Kermouche, Guillaume; Bergheau, Jean-Michel; Oliver, Warren; Loubet, Jean-Luc. High-Temperature Scanning Indentation: A new method to investigate in situ metallurgical evolution along temperature ramps. In: Journal of Materials Research, Vol. 36, no. 12, p. 2383-2396 (2021). doi:10.1557/s43578-021-00107-7.

Conference Papers

1. Kermouche, Guillaume; Baral, Paul; Guillonneau, Gaylord; Loubet, Jean-Luc; Ghidelli, Matéo; Raskin, Jean-Pierre; Pardoen, Thomas; Idrissi, Hosni. Measurement of the creep behavior of thin ZrNi metallic glass films – a comparison between nanoindentation relaxation, nanoindentation creep and lab-on-chips experiments. 2019 xxx.

2. Kermouche, Guillaume; Baral, Paul; Loubet, J.L.; Ghidelli, Matteo; Idrissi, Hosni; Raskin, Jean-Pierre; Pardoen, Thomas. A new long-term nanoindentation relaxation method to characterize the time-dependent behavior of thin ZrNi metallic glass films. 2019 xxx.