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Maziar Ramezani
Maziar Ramezani
Professor - Department of Mechanical Engineering - Auckland University of Technology
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Tribological performance of selective laser melted 316L stainless steel
H Li, M Ramezani, M Li, C Ma, J Wang
Tribology International 128, 121-129, 2018
1072018
Computer aided modelling of friction in rubber-pad forming process
M Ramezani, ZM Ripin, R Ahmad
Journal of Materials Processing Technology 209 (10), 4925-4934, 2009
1022009
Mechanical milling of aluminum powder using planetary ball milling process
M Ramezani, T Neitzert
Journal of Achievements in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering 55 (2 …, 2012
972012
Sheet metal forming with the aid of flexible punch, numerical approach and experimental validation
M Ramezani, ZM Ripin, R Ahmad
CIRP Journal of Manufacturing Science and Technology 3 (3), 196-203, 2010
722010
Effect of process parameters on tribological performance of 316L stainless steel parts fabricated by selective laser melting
H Li, M Ramezani, M Li, C Ma, J Wang
Manufacturing letters 16, 36-39, 2018
702018
Combined experimental and numerical analysis of bulge test at high strain rates using split Hopkinson pressure bar apparatus
M Ramezani, ZM Ripin
Journal of Materials Processing Technology 210 (8), 1061-1069, 2010
672010
Rubber-pad forming processes: Technology and applications
M Ramezani, ZM Ripin
Elsevier, 2012
662012
Effect of degradation on tribological performance of engine lubricants at elevated temperatures
JA Heredia-Cancino, M Ramezani, ME Álvarez-Ramos
Tribology International 124, 230-237, 2018
632018
A new photopolymer extrusion 5-axis 3D printer
M Asif, JH Lee, MJ Lin-Yip, S Chiang, A Levaslot, T Giffney, M Ramezani, ...
Additive Manufacturing 23, 355-361, 2018
572018
Mechanical and tribological assessment of silica nanoparticle-alginate-polyacrylamide nanocomposite hydrogels as a cartilage replacement
M Arjmandi, M Ramezani
Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials 95, 196-204, 2019
562019
A friction model for dry contacts during metal-forming processes
M Ramezani, ZM Ripin
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 51, 93-102, 2010
552010
60NiTi: a review of recent research findings, potential for structural and mechanical applications, and areas of continued investigations
K Khanlari, M Ramezani, P Kelly
Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals 71, 781-799, 2018
542018
Utilization of 3D printing technology to facilitate and standardize soft tissue testing
M Scholze, A Singh, PF Lozano, B Ondruschka, M Ramezani, M Werner, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 11340, 2018
512018
Modelling of kinetic friction in V-bending of ultra-high-strength steel sheets
M Ramezani, Z Mohd Ripin, R Ahmad
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 46, 101-110, 2010
512010
Experimental study on friction and wear properties of interpenetrating polymer network alginate-polyacrylamide hydrogels for use in minimally-invasive joint implants
M Arjmandi, M Ramezani, A Nand, T Neitzert
Wear 406, 194-204, 2018
472018
4D printing in biomedical engineering: Advancements, challenges, and future directions
M Ramezani, Z Mohd Ripin
Journal of functional biomaterials 14 (7), 347, 2023
452023
Experimental investigation of the fire resistance of ultra lightweight foam concrete
J Vilches, M Ramezani, T Neitzert
International Journal of Advanced Engineering Applications 1 (4), 15-22, 2012
422012
Mechanical and microstructural characteristics of as-sintered and solutionized porous 60NiTi
K Khanlari, M Ramezani, P Kelly, P Cao, T Neitzert
Intermetallics 100, 32-43, 2018
402018
Dry sliding wear performance and behaviour of powder bed fusion processed Ti–6Al–4V alloy
H Li, M Ramezani, ZW Chen
Wear 440, 203103, 2019
392019
Reciprocating sliding wear behavior of 60NiTi as compared to 440C steel under lubricated and unlubricated conditions
K Khanlari, M Ramezani, P Kelly, P Cao, T Neitzert
Tribology Transactions 61 (6), 991-1002, 2018
382018
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