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Prof. Jesper Henri Hattel

DTU Mechanical Engineering, Denmark

Professor


Email: jhat@mek.dtu.dk


Qualifications

1993 Ph.D., Danish Technical University, Denmark

1989 M.Sc., Danish Technical University, Denmark


Publication (Selected)

  1. HNB Schmidt and JH Hattel, “Modelling heat flow around tool probe in friction stir welding”, Science and Technology of Welding and Joining 10 (2) 176-186 (2005)
  2. A Bellini, J Thorborg and JH Hattel, “Obtaining material data for heat treatment simulation of cast alloy parts with unified models”, La Metallurgia Italiana 4 25-31 (2005)
  3. JH Hattel and N Pryds, “Modelling the influence of the gas to melt ratio on the fraction solid of the surface in spray formed billets”, SIMPRA Simulation and Modelling – Practice and Theory 14 (8) 1087-1099 (2006)
  4. HNB Schmidt, TL Dickerson and JH Hattel, “Material Flow in Butt Friction Stir Welds in AA2024-T3”, Acta Materialia 54 (4) 1199-1209 (2006)
  5. A Bellini, JH Hattel and J Thorborg, “Thermo-mechanical modelling of aluminium cast parts during solution treatment”, Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 14 (4) 677-688 (2006)
  6. K.M.Pedersen, JH Hattel and N Tiedje, “Numerical modelling of thin-walled hypereutectic ductile cast iron parts ”, Acta Materialia 54 (19) 5103-5114 (2006)
  7. J Thorborg, J Hald, JH Hattel, “Stellite failure on a P91 HP valve - failure investigation and modelling of residual stresses”, Welding in the World 50 (1-2) 40-51 (2006)
  8. HNB Schmidt and JH Hattel, “Thermal modelling in friction stir welding”, Scripta Materialia 58 (5) 332-337 (2008) (Invited viewpoint article)
  9. JH Hattel, “Integrated modelling in materials and process technology”, Materials Science and Technology 24(2), 137-148 (2008) (Invited review article)
  10. TF Petersen, NH Pryds, A Smith, JH Hattel, HNB Schmidt and Hans-Jørgen Høgaard Knudsen, “Two-dimensional Mathematical Model of a Reciprocating Room-Temperature Active Magnetic Regenerator”, International Journal of Refrigeration 31(3) 432-443 (2008)
  11. V Chidambaram, J Hald and JH Hattel, “Development of high melting point, environmentally friendly solders, using the Calphad approach”, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials53(4) 1111-1118 (2008)
  12. M Bogomolny, M P. Bendsøe and JH. Hattel “A shape optimization study for tool design in resistance welding” Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization 38(2) 185-194 (2009)
  13. AA Larsen, MP Bendsøe, JH Hattel and HNB Schmidt, "Optimization of friction stir welding using space mapping and manifold mapping—an initial study of thermal aspects”, Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization 38(3) 289-299 (2009)
  14. V Chidambaram, J Hald and JH Hattel, “Development of gold based solder candidates for flip chip assembly”, Microelectronics reliability 49(3) 323-330 (2009)
  15. AN Hansson, JH Hattel, KV Dahl and MAJ Somers “Modelling Cr depletion under a growing CrO layer on austenitic stainless steel: the influence of grain boundary diffsuion”, Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 17(3) Article Number: 035009 (2009)
  16. K Domkin, JH Hattel and J. Thorborg, “Modeling of high temperature- and diffusion-controlled die soldering in aluminum high pressure die casting”, J Materials Processing Technology 209 (8) 4051-4061 (2009)
  17. V Chidambaram, J Hald and JH Hattel, “A corrosion investigation of solder candidates for hightemperature applications”, JOM 61(6) 59-65 (2009)
  18. KK Nielsen, CRH Bahl, A Smith, R Bjork, N Pryds and JH Hattel, “Detailed numerical modelling of a linear parallel-plate Active Magnetic Regenerator”, International Journal of Refrigeration 32(6) 1478-1486 (2009)