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The physics of fatigue crack initiation
MD Sangid
International journal of fatigue 57, 58-72, 2013
7062013
Energy of slip transmission and nucleation at grain boundaries
MD Sangid, T Ezaz, H Sehitoglu, IM Robertson
Acta materialia 59 (1), 283-296, 2011
4072011
Slip transfer and plastic strain accumulation across grain boundaries in Hastelloy X
WZ Abuzaid, MD Sangid, JD Carroll, H Sehitoglu, J Lambros
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 60 (6), 1201-1220, 2012
2932012
Analyzing the effects of powder and post-processing on porosity and properties of electron beam melted Ti-6Al-4V
R Cunningham, A Nicolas, J Madsen, E Fodran, E Anagnostou, ...
Materials Research Letters 5 (7), 516-525, 2017
2622017
The role of grain boundaries on fatigue crack initiation–an energy approach
MD Sangid, HJ Maier, H Sehitoglu
International Journal of Plasticity 27 (5), 801-821, 2011
2592011
A physically based fatigue model for prediction of crack initiation from persistent slip bands in polycrystals
MD Sangid, HJ Maier, H Sehitoglu
Acta Materialia 59 (1), 328-341, 2011
1942011
Fatigue behavior of IN718 microtrusses produced via additive manufacturing
L Huynh, J Rotella, MD Sangid
Materials & Design 105, 278-289, 2016
1592016
Using machine learning and a data-driven approach to identify the small fatigue crack driving force in polycrystalline materials
A Rovinelli, MD Sangid, H Proudhon, W Ludwig
npj Computational Materials 4 (1), 35, 2018
1502018
The role of defects and critical pore size analysis in the fatigue response of additively manufactured IN718 via crystal plasticity
V Prithivirajan, MD Sangid
Materials & Design 150, 139-153, 2018
1422018
Insights on slip transmission at grain boundaries from atomistic simulations
DE Spearot, MD Sangid
Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science 18 (4), 188-195, 2014
1412014
Microstructure based fatigue life prediction framework for polycrystalline nickel-base superalloys with emphasis on the role played by twin boundaries in crack initiation
SR Yeratapally, MG Glavicic, M Hardy, MD Sangid
Acta Materialia 107, 152-167, 2016
1292016
Laser-driven micro transfer placement of prefabricated microstructures
R Saeidpourazar, R Li, Y Li, MD Sangid, C Lu, Y Huang, JA Rogers, ...
Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 21 (5), 1049-1058, 2012
1292012
Role of heat treatment and build orientation in the microstructure sensitive deformation characteristics of IN718 produced via SLM additive manufacturing
MD Sangid, TA Book, D Naragani, J Rotella, P Ravi, A Finch, P Kenesei, ...
Additive Manufacturing 22, 479-496, 2018
1232018
Investigation of fatigue crack initiation from a non-metallic inclusion via high energy x-ray diffraction microscopy
D Naragani, MD Sangid, PA Shade, JC Schuren, H Sharma, JS Park, ...
Acta Materialia 137, 71-84, 2017
1202017
An energy-based microstructure model to account for fatigue scatter in polycrystals
MD Sangid, HJ Maier, H Sehitoglu
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 59 (3), 595-609, 2011
1182011
Grain boundary characterization and energetics of superalloys
MD Sangid, H Sehitoglu, HJ Maier, T Niendorf
Materials Science and Engineering: A 527 (26), 7115-7125, 2010
1112010
Strain localization in Ti-6Al-4V Widmanstätten microstructures produced by additive manufacturing
TA Book, MD Sangid
Materials Characterization 122, 104-112, 2016
1042016
Energetics of residual dislocations associated with slip–twin and slip–GBs interactions
MD Sangid, T Ezaz, H Sehitoglu
Materials Science and Engineering: A 542, 21-30, 2012
1042012
Energy barriers associated with slip–twin interactions
T Ezaz, MD Sangid, H Sehitoglu
Philosophical Magazine 91 (10), 1464-1488, 2011
1002011
Incorporating grain-level residual stresses and validating a crystal plasticity model of a two-phase Ti-6Al-4 V alloy produced via additive manufacturing
K Kapoor, YSJ Yoo, TA Book, JP Kacher, MD Sangid
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 121, 447-462, 2018
972018
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