Mohammad Silani
Mohammad Silani
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan 84156-83111, Iran
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A computational library for multiscale modeling of material failure
H Talebi, M Silani, S Bordas, P Kerfriden, T Rabczuk
Computational Mechanics 53 (5), 1047-1071, 2014
Stochastic analysis of the fracture toughness of polymeric nanoparticle composites using polynomial chaos expansions
KM Hamdia, M Silani, X Zhuang, P He, T Rabczuk
International Journal of Fracture 206 (2), 215-227, 2017
Concurrent multiscale modeling of three dimensional crack and dislocation propagation
H Talebi, M Silani, T Rabczuk
Advances in Engineering Software 80, 82-92, 2015
A unified framework for stochastic predictions of mechanical properties of polymeric nanocomposites
N Vu-Bac, M Silani, T Lahmer, X Zhuang, T Rabczuk
Computational Materials Science 96, 520-535, 2015
Characterization of material properties and heat source parameters in welding simulation of two overlapping beads on a substrate plate
S Joshi, J Hildebrand, AS Aloraier, T Rabczuk
Computational Materials Science 69, 559-565, 2013
Uncertainty quantification of the fracture properties of polymeric nanocomposites based on phase field modeling
KM Hamdia, MA Msekh, M Silani, N Vu-Bac, X Zhuang, T Nguyen-Thoi, ...
Composite Structures 133, 1177-1190, 2015
Molecular dynamics/XFEM coupling by a three-dimensional extended bridging domain with applications to dynamic brittle fracture
H Talebi, M Silani, SPA Bordas, P Kerfriden, T Rabczuk
International Journal for Multiscale Computational Engineering 11 (6), 2013
A semi-concurrent multiscale approach for modeling damage in nanocomposites
M Silani, S Ziaei-Rad, H Talebi, T Rabczuk
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics 74, 30-38, 2014
Predictions of J integral and tensile strength of clay/epoxy nanocomposites material using phase field model
MA Msekh, M Silani, M Jamshidian, P Areias, X Zhuang, G Zi, P He, ...
Composites Part B: Engineering 93, 97-114, 2016
Fracture studies of ultra-high performance concrete using dynamic Brazilian tests
MR Khosravani, M Silani, K Weinberg
Theoretical and Applied Fracture Mechanics 93, 302-310, 2018
Stochastic modelling of clay/epoxy nanocomposites
M Silani, H Talebi, S Ziaei-Rad, P Kerfriden, SPA Bordas, T Rabczuk
Composite Structures 118, 241-249, 2014
Nonlocal damage modelling in clay/epoxy nanocomposites using a multiscale approach
M Silani, H Talebi, AM Hamouda, T Rabczuk
Journal of Computational Science 15, 18-23, 2016
Fourth order phase-field model for local max-ent approximants applied to crack propagation
F Amiri, D Millán, M Arroyo, M Silani, T Rabczuk
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 312, 254-275, 2016
Vibration analysis of rotating systems with open and breathing cracks
M Silani, S Ziaei-Rad, H Talebi
Applied Mathematical Modelling 37 (24), 9907-9921, 2013
On the experimental and numerical investigation of clay/epoxy nanocomposites
M Silani, S Ziaei-Rad, M Esfahanian, VBC Tan
Composite Structures 94 (11), 3142-3148, 2012
First‐Principles Multiscale Modeling of Mechanical Properties in Graphene/Borophene Heterostructures Empowered by Machine‐Learning Interatomic Potentials
B Mortazavi, M Silani, EV Podryabinkin, T Rabczuk, X Zhuang, ...
Advanced Materials 33 (35), 2102807, 2021
Assessment of computational fracture models using Bayesian method
KM Hamdia, MA Msekh, M Silani, TQ Thai, PR Budarapu, T Rabczuk
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 205, 387-398, 2019
Stochastic analysis of the interphase effects on the mechanical properties of clay/epoxy nanocomposites
A Almasi, M Silani, H Talebi, T Rabczuk
Composite Structures 133, 1302-1312, 2015
A simple circular cell method for multilevel finite element analysis
H Talebi, G Zi, M Silani, E Samaniego, T Rabczuk
Journal of Applied Mathematics 2012, 2012
A three dimensional extended Arlequin method for dynamic fracture
M Silani, H Talebi, S Ziaei-Rad, AM Hamouda, G Zi, T Rabczuk
Computational Materials Science 96, 425-431, 2015
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