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Blog entryQuantitative Phase-Field Modeling of Solute Trapping in Rapid Solidification mohsenzaeem02 weeks 5 days ago
Blog entryAn asymmetric elasto-plastic phase-field model for shape memory effect, pseudoelasticity and thermomechanical training in polycrystalline shape memory alloys mohsenzaeem02 months 1 week ago
Blog entryPhase-field modeling of crack propagation in polycrystalline materials mohsenzaeem03 months 2 weeks ago
Blog entryA new planner BCN lateral heterostructure with outstanding strength and defect-mediated superior semiconducting to conducting properties mohsenzaeem03 months 3 weeks ago
Blog entryPredicting effective fracture toughness of ZrB2-based ultra-high temperature ceramics by phase-field modeling mohsenzaeem07 months 2 weeks ago
Blog entryOn the elastocaloric effect in CuAlBe shape memory alloys: A quantitative phase-field modeling approach mohsenzaeem07 months 3 weeks ago
Blog entryStrain-induced work function in h-BN and BCN monolayers mohsenzaeem07 months 3 weeks ago
Blog entryA Phase-Field Model for Non-Isothermal Phase Transformation and Plasticity in Polycrystalline Yttria-Stabilized Tetragonal Zirconia mohsenzaeem09 months 22 hours ago
Blog entryStone–Wales Defect Induced Performance Improvement of BC3 Monolayer for High Capacity Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Battery Anode Applications mohsenzaeem010 months 6 days ago
Blog entryFatigue-resistant high-performance elastocaloric materials made by additive manufacturing. Science 366 (6469) (2019) 1116-1121 mohsenzaeem111 months 7 hours ago
Blog entryNanoscale flaw tolerance behaviour of polycrystalline tetragonal zirconia nanopillars mohsenzaeem011 months 3 weeks ago
Blog entrySize effect in molecular dynamics simulation of nucleation process during solidification of pure metals: investigating modified embedded atom method interatomic potentials mohsenzaeem01 year 1 month ago
Blog entryEffects of solidification defects on nanoscale mechanical properties of rapid directionally solidified Al-Cu Alloy: A large scale molecular dynamics study mohsenzaeem01 year 3 months ago
Blog entryNanoscale self-healing mechanisms in shape memory ceramics mohsenzaeem01 year 7 months ago
Blog entryCompetition between formation of Al2O3 and Cr2O3 in oxidation of Al0.3CoCrCuFeNi high entropy alloy: A first-principles study mohsenzaeem01 year 7 months ago
Blog entryEvolution of solidification defects in deformation of nano-polycrystalline aluminum mohsenzaeem01 year 9 months ago
Blog entryA PostDoc/Research Assistant Professor Position is available immediately on DFT/Phase Field Modeling at the Colorado School of Mines mohsenzaeem01 year 10 months ago
Blog entryA Review of Computational Modeling Techniques in Study and Design of Shape Memory Ceramics mohsenzaeem02 years 6 days ago
Blog entryA modified phase-field model for quantitative simulation of crack propagation in single-phase and multi-phase materials mohsenzaeem02 years 4 months ago
Blog entrySuperior structural, elastic and electronic properties of 2D titanium nitride MXenes over carbide MXenes: A comprehensive first principles study mohsenzaeem02 years 6 months ago
Blog entryTwo PhD positions are available immediately in Computational Materials and Mechanics Laboratory at the Colorado School of Mines mohsenzaeem02 years 7 months ago
Blog entryUnderstanding Homogeneous Nucleation in Solidification of Aluminum by Molecular Dynamics Simulations (OPEN ACCESS) mohsenzaeem02 years 11 months ago
Blog entryMetastable phase transformation and deformation twinning induced hardening-stiffening mechanism in compression of silicon nanoparticles mohsenzaeem03 years 3 weeks ago
Blog entryPhD position is available immediately in Computational Materials Science (Missouri-Rolla) mohsenzaeem03 years 2 months ago
Blog entryRole of grain boundaries in determining strength and plastic deformation of yttria-stabilized tetragonal zirconia bicrystals mohsenzaeem03 years 3 months ago

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