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Principal Investigator

Dr. Ali Nassiri                          

nassiri.3@osu.edu

 

Research Interests:

high-speed manufacturing with a focus on novel joining and forming processes, impact welding, dissimilar materials joining, impulse-based metalworking, process simulation, dynamic behavior of materials, materials characterization 

 

Selected Publications:

  • Nassiri A., Vivek A., Abke T., Liu B. , Lee T., Daehn G., 2017, “Depiction of interfacial morphology in high-velocity impact welded Ti/Cu bimetallic systems using smoothed particle hydrodynamics”, Applied Physics Letters (110), 23, 1601.

  • Nassiri A., Kinsey B.,  2016, “Numerical studies on high-velocity impact welding: Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) and Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian (ALE)”, Journal of Manufacturing Processes, 24, 376-381.

  • Nassiri A., Kinsey B., Chini G., 2016, “Shear instability of plastically-deforming metals in high-velocity impact welding”, Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 95, 351-373.

  • Nassiri A., Chini G., Vivek A., Daehn G., Kinsey B., 2015, “Arbitrary Lagrangian Eulerian finite element simulation and experimental investigation of wavy interfacial morphology during high velocity impact welding”, Materials & Design 88, 345-358.


Staff

Postdoctoral Researcher

Dr. Mohammad Rasoul Esmaeilpour    

Rasoul is conducting scientific researches in the area of sheet metal forming and manufacturing process modeling. His research interests include modeling the deformation of metals by developing novel material models and implementing them as ABAQUS user subroutines (VUMAT), and creating three dimensional representative volume elements (3D RVEs) to do virtual experiments using crystal plasticity model.Rasoul is conducting scientific researches in the area of sheet metal forming and manufacturing process modeling. His research interests include modeling the deformation of metals by developing novel material models and implementing them as ABAQUS user subroutines (VUMAT), and creating three dimensional representative volume elements (3D RVEs) to do virtual experiments using crystal plasticity model.

 

Selected Publications:

  • Rasoul Esmaeilpour, Hyunki Kim, Taejoon Park, Farhang Pourboghrat, Bassam Mohammed, “Comparison of 3D yield functions for finite element simulation of single point incremental forming (SPIF) of aluminum 7075”, International Journal of Mechanical SciencesI, 2017.

  • Bassam Mohammed, Taejoon Park, Farhang Pourboghrat, Jun Hu, Rasoul Esmaeilpour, Fadi Abu-Farha, “Multiscale crystal plasticity modeling of multiphase advanced high strength steel”, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 2017.

  • Rasoul Esmaeilpour, Hyunki Kim, Taejoon Park, Farhang Pourboghrat, Zeren Xu, Bassam Mohammed, Fadi Abu-Farha“Calibration of Barlat Yld2004-18P Yield Function Using CPFEM and 3D RVE for the Simulation of Single Point Incremental Forming (SPIF) of 7075-O Aluminum Sheet”, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 2018.

  • Bassam Mohammed, Taejoon Park, Hyunki  Kim, Rasoul Esmaeilpour, Farhang Pourboghrat, “The Forming Limit Curve for Multiphase Advanced High Strength Steels Based on Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Modeling”, Materials Science & Engineering A, 2018.