Nima Razavi
Nima Razavi
Other namesSMJ Razavi
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
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Architected cellular materials: A review on their mechanical properties towards fatigue-tolerant design and fabrication
M Benedetti, A Du Plessis, RO Ritchie, M Dallago, N Razavi, F Berto
Materials Science and Engineering: R: Reports 144, 100606, 2021
Application of an average strain energy density criterion to obtain the mixed mode fracture load of granite rock tested with the cracked asymmetric four-point bend specimens
N Razavi, MRM Aliha, F Berto
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, 2018
Properties and applications of additively manufactured metallic cellular materials: A review
A du Plessis, N Razavi, M Benedetti, S Murchio, M Leary, M Watson, ...
Progress in Materials Science 125, 100918, 2022
A review of additive manufacturing of cermets
A Aramian, N Razavi, Z Sadeghian, F Berto
Additive Manufacturing 33, 101130, 2020
Single lap joints bonded with structural adhesives reinforced with a mixture of silica nanoparticles and multi walled carbon nanotubes
N Razavi, MR Ayatollahi, A Nemati Giv, H Khoramishad
International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives 80, 76-86, 2018
Fatigue of additively manufactured 316L stainless steel: The influence of porosity and surface roughness
K Solberg, S Guan, N Razavi, T Welo, KC Chan, F Berto
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 42 (9), 2043-2052, 2019
Fatigue strength of blunt V-notched specimens produced by selective laser melting of Ti-6Al-4V
N Razavi, P Ferro, F Berto, J Torgersen
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, 2018
On the applicability of ASED criterion for predicting mixed mode I+II fracture toughness results of a rock material
MRM Aliha, F Berto, A Mousavi, N Razavi
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics, 2017
Mixed mode fatigue crack initiation and growth in a CT specimen repaired by stop hole technique
MR Ayatollahi, N Razavi, MY Yahya
Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 2015
Geometry effects on fracture trajectory of PMMA samples under pure mode-I loading
MR Ayatollahi, MR Moghaddam, N Razavi, F Berto
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 163, 449-461, 2016
Effect of build thickness and geometry on quasi-static and fatigue behavior of Ti-6Al-4V produced by Electron Beam Melting
N Razavi, B VAN Hooreweder, F Berto
Additive Manufacturing, 2020
Mechanical properties of adhesively single lap-bonded joints reinforced with multi-walled carbon nanotubes and silica nanoparticles
MR Ayatollahi, AN Giv, N Razavi, H Khoramishad
Journal of Adhesion, 2016
Effect of manufacturing parameters on tensile properties of FDM printed specimens
C Valean, L Marsavina, M Marghitas, E Linul, N Razavi, F Berto
Procedia Structural Integrity 26, 313-320, 2020
Low-Cycle Fatigue Behaviour of AISI 18Ni300 Maraging Steel Produced by Selective Laser Melting
R Branco, JD Costa, F Berto, SMJ Razavi, JA Martins Ferreira, C Capela, ...
Metals 8 (1), 32, 2018
Retardation of fatigue crack growth in high strength steel S690 using a modified stop-hole technique
N Razavi, MR Ayatollahi, C Sommitsch, C Moser
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 169, 226-237, 2017
Fatigue Life Extension by Crack Repair Using Stop-hole Technique under Pure Mode-I and Pure mode-II Loading Conditions
MR Ayatollahi, SMJ Razavi, HR Chamani
Procedia Engineering 74, 18–21, 2014
Fatigue Assessment of Ti–6Al–4V Circular Notched Specimens Produced by Selective Laser Melting
SMJ Razavi, P Ferro, F Berto
Metals 7, 2017
CFD simulation of CO2 capture from gas mixtures in nanoporous membranes by solution of 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol and piperazine
SMR Razavi, N Razavi, T Miri, S Shirazian
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 15, 142-149, 2013
Metallic Fiber-Reinforced Adhesively Bonded Joints
H Khoramishad, N Razavi
International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives 55, 114-122, 2014
Mode I fracture analysis of polymethylmetacrylate using modified energy-based models
MR Ayatollahi, N Razavi, M Rashidi Moghaddam, F Berto
Physical Mesomechanics 18, 326-336, 2015
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