Tutkija Mohammad Dabiri

E-mail: Mohammad.Dabiri@lut.fi
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Uploaded on: 27/11/2020

Current Organisation
Laboratory of Steel Structures (Superior organisation: LUT Mechanical Engineering)

Research Interest
The main area of my research is the fatigue and fracture of Ultra High Strength Steels (UHSS) and their weldments. This assessment covers the analyses from microstructural point of view to the macroscale where the microstructure does not have a big influence on the components failure. The concepts of fatigue and fracture will be applied through the experiments and numerical simulations. Methods, such as crystal plasticity finite element modeling, continuum finite element analysis, and stress/strain based approaches are used.

Publications
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Effects of fabrication processes on the deformation capacity of S960 ultra-high strength steel (2016)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Amraei Mohsen, Dabiri Mohammad, Björk Timo, et al.
Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering
Experimental fatigue characterization and finite element analysis of elasto-plastic behavior of notched specimens made of direct-quenched ultra-high strength steel (2016)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Dabiri Mohammad, Isakov Matti, Skriko Tuomas, et al.
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science
Neural network-based assessment of the stress concentration factor in a T-welded joint (2016)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Dabiri Mohammad, Ghafouri Mehran, Rohani Raftar Hamidreza, et al.
Journal of Constructional Steel Research
Fatigue Microcrack Nucleation Modeling: A Survey of the State of the Art (2015)
A1 Journal article (refereed), original research
Dabiri Mohammad, Laukkanen Anssi, Bjork Timo
International Review of Mechanical Engineering




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