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Article Materials and Design ; Volume 67 , February , 2015 , Pages 318-323 ; 02613069 (ISSN) ; Ranjbar Motlagh, S ; Mirbagheri, S. M. H ; Akhgar, J. M ; Sharif University of Technology
Elsevier Ltd 2015
In this work, the flow stress behavior of a metal matrix composite AA2017-10% SiCp was studied by means of the uni-axial compression test. The composite was first produced by stir casting technique and then, hot extrusion with the ratio of 18:1 was carried out to achieve a microstructure with a homogeneous distribution of SiC particles. In the next stage, the isothermal compression tests were conducted on the cylindrical specimens up to the true strain of 0.6. The experiments were performed at temperatures between room temperature to 400°C and strain rates of 0.003, 0.03 and 0.3s-1. Negative strain rate sensitivity was observed in the temperatures less than 250°C indicating the occurrence of...
Article MATEC Web of Conferences, 4 July 2016 through 7 July 2016 ; Volume 80 , 2016 ; 2261236X (ISSN) ; Rezaei Sameti, A ; Mofatteh, H ; Babaei, M ; Sharif University of Technology
EDP Sciences 2016
The molecular-dynamics analysis is presented for 3D compaction simulation of nano-crystalline metals under uniaxial compaction process. The nano-crystalline metals consist of nickel and aluminum nano-particles, which are mixed with specified proportions. The EAM pair-potential is employed to model the formation of nano-particles at different temperatures, number of nano-particles, and mixing ratio of Ni and Al nano-particles to form the component into the shape of a die. The die-walls are modeled using the Lennard-Jones inter-atomic potential between the atoms of nano-particles and die-walls. The forming process is model in uniaxial compression, which is simulated until the full-dense...
Article ASME 2016 International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, 21 August 2016 through 24 August 2016 ; Volume 3 , 2016 ; 9780791850138 (ISBN) ; Ahmadian, M. T ; Hoviat Talab, M ; Computers and Information in Engineering Division; Design Engineering Division ; Sharif University of Technology
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
The biomechanical behavior of brain tissue is needed for predicting the traumatic brain injury (TBI). Each year over 1.5 million people sustain a TBI in the United States. The appropriate coefficients for modeling the injury prediction can be evaluated using experimental data. In the present paper, using an experimental setup on bovine brain tissue, unconfined compression tests at quasi-static strain rates of ϵ 0.0004s-1, 0.008s-1 and 0.4s-1 combined with a stress relaxation test under unconfined uniaxial compression with ϵ 0.67s-1 ramp rate are performed. The fitted viscohyperelastic parameters were utilized by using obtained stressstrain curves. The finite element analysis (FEA) is...
Article Proceedings of the International Euro Powder Metallurgy Congress and Exhibition, Euro PM 2012, 16 September 2012 through 19 September 2012, Basel ; Volume 1 , September , 2012 ; 9781899072361 (ISBN) ; Simchi, A ; Sharif University of Technology
European Powder Metallurgy Association (EPMA) 2012
Flow curves and microstructural changes of nanostructured Al6063 alloy produced by mechanical alloying followed by hot extrusion were investigated by means of uniaxial compression test in the temperature range between 300 and 450 °C and strain rate range between 10-2 and 1 s-1. The analysis of flow curves were performed by a hyperbolic sine law equation and the stress exponent and activation energy were determined to be 2.9 and 228 kJ mol-1, respectively. The microstructural constituents for elaboration of deformation mechanisms were observed by TEM and EBSD under FEG-SEM. The microstructural observations determine that dynamic recovery through the formation of subgrains within the grains...
Fabrication of a highly ordered hierarchically designed porous nanocomposite via indirect 3D printing: Mechanical properties and in vitro cell responses, Article Materials and Design ; Volume 88 , 2015 , Pages 924-931 ; 02641275 (ISSN) ; Simchi, A ; Sharif University of Technology
Elsevier Ltd 2015
Design and development of biodegradable scaffolds with highly uniform and controlled internal structure that stimulate tissue regeneration are the focus of many studies. The aim of this work is to apply a modified three-dimensional (3D) printing process to fabricate polymer-matrix composites with controlled internal architecture. Computationally-designed plaster molds with various pore sizes in the range of 300-800. μm were prepared by employing 3D printing of a water-based binder. The molds were converted to ε-polycaprolactone (PCL) and PCL/bioactive glass (BG) composite scaffolds by solvent casting and freeze drying methods. Optical and electron microscopy studies revealed that the pore...
A processing map for hot deformation of an ultrafine-grained aluminum-magnesium-silicon alloy prepared by mechanical milling and hot extrusion, Article Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A: Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science ; Volume 46, Issue 12 , December , 2015 , pp 5900–5908 ; 10735623 (ISSN) ; Rahbar Niazi, M ; Simchi, A ; Sharif University of Technology
Springer Boston 2015
Uniaxial compression test at different temperatures [573 K to 723 K (300 °C to 450 °C)] and strain rates (0.01 to 1 s−1) was employed to study the hot deformation behavior of an ultrafine-grained (UFG) Al6063 alloy prepared by the powder metallurgy route. The UFG alloy with an average grain size of ~0.3 µm was prepared by mechanical milling of a gas-atomized aluminum alloy powder for 20 hours followed by hot powder extrusion at 723 K (450 °C). To elaborate the effect of grain size, the aluminum alloy powder was extruded without mechanical milling to attain a coarse-grained (CG) structure with an average grain size of about 2.2 µm. By employing the dynamic materials model, processing maps for...
Article ACI Materials Journal ; Volume 114, Issue 4 , 2017 , Pages 619-629 ; 0889325X (ISSN) ; Jafarian Abyaneh, M ; Jafari, K ; Sharif University of Technology
American Concrete Institute 2017
In this investigation, polymer concrete (PC) with three different epoxy resin contents, ordinary cement concrete (OCC), lightweight concrete (LWC), and lime-mortar soil (LMS) have been studied under uniaxial and triaxial compression tests to determine their mechanical behavior by measuring axial stress-strain and volumetric strain versus axial strain curves. According to the results, PC showed higher strength, ductility, and energy absorption than that of OCC and LWC. Then, nonlinear finite element analysis (NFEA) was implemented to predict the experimental results using hierarchical single-surface (HISS) failure criterion and disturbed state concept (DSC) to capture the elastoplastic...