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  • fadi@clemson.edu
  • Abu-Farha, Fadi
  • xiaohua.hu@pnnl.gov
  • Madison, Jonathan D.; Aagesen, L.K.; Chan, V.W.L.; Thornton, K. (2014-04-04)
    Porosity in linear autogenous laser welds of 304 L stainless steel has been investigated using micro-computed tomography to reveal defect content in 54 welds made with varying delivered power, travel speed and focal lens. ...
  • Abu-Farha, Fadi
  • Shade, Paul A; Groeber, Michael A; Schuren, Jay C; Uchic, Michael D (2013-11-01)
    This article describes a new approach to characterize the deformation response of polycrystalline metals using a combination of novel micro-scale experimental methodologies. An in-situ scanning electron microscope (SEM)-based ...
  • Abu-Farha, Fadi
  • Abu-Farha, Fadi
  • Fellinger, Michael R.; Trinkle, Dallas R.; Hector Jr., Louis G. (2016-04-20)
    Density functional theory calculates the effects of substitutional Al, B, Cu, Mn, Si solutes, and octahedral interstitial C and N solutes on the lattice parameter and elastic stiffness coefficients of bcc Fe at 0 K. We ...
  • ABAQUS 
    Dassault Systemes (Dassault Systemes, )
    ABAQUS sold as part of the SIMULIA package. SIMULIA delivers a scalable suite of unified analysis products that allow all users, regardless of their simulation expertise or domain focus, to collaborate and seamlessly share ...
  • ABINIT 
    Xavier Gonze, xavier.gonze@.uclouvain.be (The ABINIT Group, )
    ABINIT is a package whose main program allows one to find the total energy, charge density and electronic structure of systems made of electrons and nuclei (molecules and periodic solids) within Density Functional Theory ...
  • U. G. Kang; H. J. Lee; W. J. Nam (2013-12-03)
    The ultrafine-grained Al 6061 alloy, which was fabricated by the combination of cryogenic rolling with warm rolling, achieved high ultimate tensile strength of 420 MPa. Compared with the results by other severe plastic ...
  • Gurke, Sasha; Kaufman, J. Gilbert (2014-04-03)
    Spreadsheet with typical and minimum properties of wrought Al alloy 6061. Included fatigue, fracture and creep properties.
  • Scientific Computing & Modelling (SCM - Scientific Computing & Modelling, )
    Model molecules, surfaces and bulk with fast & accurate DFT or semi-empirical (MOPAC, DFTB) methods and study the reactivity in large, complex systems (ReaxFF) with the ADF modeling suite. A single integrated GUI ensures ...
  • Ram B. Bhagat (2013-12-03)
    POWDER METALLURGICAL PROCESSING provides much finer and homogeneous microstructure, better mechanical properties, and near-net shape parts producibility for aluminum alloys in comparison with ingot metallurgy (I/M). In ...
  • Du, Zeting; Jing, Zhan-Peng; Li, Changrong; Niu, Chunji (2013-01-31)
    The energy expressions for GP zones in the Al–Ag binary system, including the ε-state and the η-state ones, are established by combining the essential Gibbs energy for the matrix alloy with the interfacial energy and the ...
  • Du, Y.; Liang, D.; Liu, Yajun; Sheng, G.; Wang, Jiang; Zhang, L. (2013-04-01)
    CALPHAD kinetics has evolved to be a well-established discipline, which allows complex non-equilibrium processes to be fully explored. Such a success relies on the use of Redlich–Kister polynomials to describe atomic ...
  • Du, Y.; Liu, Y.; Sheng, G.; Wang, J.; Zhang, L. (2013-07-08)
    Diffusion in Ag-based solders is a practical topic that has attracted world-wide attention. With the available experimental data in the literature, the atomic mobilities of Ag, Cd and Sn in fcc Ag–Cd and Ag–Sn alloys are ...
  • Liu, X.J.; Shangguan, N.; Wang, C.P. (2013-03-30)
    Based on the available thermodynamic information and diffusion coefficient data of the Ag–Zn binary system, the atomic mobilities of Ag and Zn in face-centred cubic (fcc) Ag–Zn alloys have been assessed as a function of ...
  • AIMPRO 
    Patrick Briddon Patrick.Briddon@ncl.ac.uk (New Castle University, )
    AIMPRO is "a modelling technique for calculating the structural, electrical, optical and mechanical properties of molecules. Techniques such as AIMPRO are used to study Defect Engineering, which relates to the use of ...

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