Ali Fatemi
Ali Fatemi
Ring Companies Endowed Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Memphis
Zweryfikowany adres z memphis.edu - Strona główna
Cytowane przez
Cytowane przez
Metal fatigue in engineering
RI Stephens, A Fatemi, RR Stephens, HO Fuchs
John Wiley & Sons, 2000
A critical plane approach to multiaxial fatigue damage including out‐of‐phase loading
A Fatemi, DF Socie
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering materials & structures 11 (3), 149-165, 1988
Cumulative fatigue damage and life prediction theories: a survey of the state of the art for homogeneous materials
A Fatemi, L Yang
International journal of fatigue 20 (1), 9-34, 1998
A literature survey on fatigue analysis approaches for rubber
WV Mars, A Fatemi
International Journal of fatigue 24 (9), 949-961, 2002
Defects in additive manufactured metals and their effect on fatigue performance: A state-of-the-art review
N Sanaei, A Fatemi
Progress in Materials Science 117, 100724, 2021
Critical assessment of the fatigue performance of additively manufactured Ti–6Al–4V and perspective for future research
P Li, DH Warner, A Fatemi, N Phan
International Journal of Fatigue 85, 130-143, 2016
Effects of fiber orientation and anisotropy on tensile strength and elastic modulus of short fiber reinforced polymer composites
S Mortazavian, A Fatemi
Composites part B: engineering 72, 116-129, 2015
Strain-controlled fatigue properties of steels and some simple approximations
ML Roessle, A Fatemi
International journal of fatigue 22 (6), 495-511, 2000
Mixed mode fatigue crack growth: a literature survey
J Qian, A Fatemi
Engineering fracture mechanics 55 (6), 969-990, 1996
Multiaxial fatigue: An overview and some approximation models for life estimation
A Fatemi, N Shamsaei
International Journal of Fatigue 33 (8), 948-958, 2011
Factors that affect the fatigue life of rubber: a literature survey
WV Mars, A Fatemi
Rubber chemistry and technology 77 (3), 391-412, 2004
Multiaxial fatigue life predictions under the influence of mean-stresses
A Fatemi, P Kurath
Multiaxial fatigue behavior of wrought and additive manufactured Ti-6Al-4V including surface finish effect
A Fatemi, R Molaei, S Sharifimehr, N Phan, N Shamsaei
International Journal of Fatigue 100, 347-366, 2017
Fatigue behavior and modeling of short fiber reinforced polymer composites: A literature review
S Mortazavian, A Fatemi
International Journal of Fatigue 70, 297-321, 2015
Defect characteristics and analysis of their variability in metal L-PBF additive manufacturing
N Sanaei, A Fatemi, N Phan
Materials & Design 182, 108091, 2019
Fatigue of additive manufactured Ti-6Al-4V, Part II: The relationship between microstructure, material cyclic properties, and component performance
R Molaei, A Fatemi, N Sanaei, J Pegues, N Shamsaei, S Shao, P Li, ...
International Journal of Fatigue 132, 105363, 2020
Fatigue of additive manufactured Ti-6Al-4V, Part I: The effects of powder feedstock, manufacturing, and post-process conditions on the resulting microstructure and defects
JW Pegues, S Shao, N Shamsaei, N Sanaei, A Fatemi, DH Warner, P Li, ...
International Journal of Fatigue 132, 105358, 2020
Fatigue performance of additively manufactured meta-biomaterials: The effects of topology and material type
SM Ahmadi, R Hedayati, Y Li, K Lietaert, N Tümer, A Fatemi, CD Rans, ...
Acta biomaterialia 65, 292-304, 2018
Multiaxial fatigue of titanium including step loading and load path alteration and sequence effects
N Shamsaei, M Gladskyi, K Panasovskyi, S Shukaev, A Fatemi
International Journal of Fatigue 32 (11), 1862-1874, 2010
Fatigue behaviour of additive manufactured materials: An overview of some recent experimental studies on Ti‐6Al‐4V considering various processing and loading direction effects
A Fatemi, R Molaei, J Simsiriwong, N Sanaei, J Pegues, B Torries, ...
Fatigue & fracture of engineering materials & structures 42 (5), 991-1009, 2019
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