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Mahdi Javanbakht
Mahdi Javanbakht
Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
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Surface tension and energy in multivariant martensitic transformations: phase-field theory, simulations, and model of coherent interface
VI Levitas, M Javanbakht
Physical review letters 105 (16), 165701, 2010
1442010
Phase transformations in nanograin materials under high pressure and plastic shear: nanoscale mechanisms
VI Levitas, M Javanbakht
Nanoscale 6 (1), 162-166, 2014
1252014
A novel magnetic chitosan/clinoptilolite/magnetite nanocomposite for highly efficient removal of Pb (II) ions from aqueous solution
V Javanbakht, SM Ghoreishi, N Habibi, M Javanbakht
Powder Technology 302, 372-383, 2016
1002016
Interaction between phase transformations and dislocations at the nanoscale. Part 1. General phase field approach
VI Levitas, M Javanbakht
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 82, 287-319, 2015
922015
Surface-induced phase transformations: multiple scale and mechanics effects and morphological transitions
VI Levitas, M Javanbakht
Physical review letters 107 (17), 175701, 2011
922011
Phase field simulations of plastic strain-induced phase transformations under high pressure and large shear
M Javanbakht, VI Levitas
PHYSICAL REVIEW B 94 (214104), 2016
912016
Interaction between phase transformations and dislocations at the nanoscale. Part 2: Phase field simulation examples
M Javanbakht, VI Levitas
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 82, 164-185, 2015
862015
Advanced phase-field approach to dislocation evolution
VI Levitas, M Javanbakht
Physical Review B 86 (14), 140101, 2012
762012
Phase field approach to interaction of phase transformation and dislocation evolution
VI Levitas, M Javanbakht
Applied Physics Letters 102 (25), 251904, 2013
642013
Phase-field approach to martensitic phase transformations: effect of martensite–martensite interface energy
VI Levitas, M Javanbakht
International journal of materials research 102 (6), 652-665, 2011
632011
Thermodynamically consistent and scale-dependent phase field approach for crack propagation allowing for surface stresses
VI Levitas, H Jafarzadeh, GH Farrahi, M Javanbakht
International Journal of Plasticity 111, Pages 1-35, 2018
612018
Thermodynamically consistent phase field approach to dislocation evolution at small and large strains
VI Levitas, M Javanbakht
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 82, 345-366, 2015
462015
Phase field approach for nanoscale interactions between crack propagation and phase transformation
H Jafarzadeh, VI Levitas, GH Farrahi, M Javanbakht
Nanoscale 11 (46), 22243-22247, 2019
422019
Nanoscale mechanisms for high-pressure mechanochemistry: a phase field study
M Javanbakht, VI Levitas
Journal of Materials Science 53 (19), 13343–13363, 2018
382018
On the phase field modeling of crack growth and analytical treatment on the parameters
GH Farrahi, M Javanbakht, H Jafarzadeh
Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics 32, 589-606, 2020
342020
Martensitic phase transformations in shape memory alloy: phase field modeling with surface tension effect
M Javanbakht, E Barati
Computational Materials Science 115, 137-144, 2016
342016
The effect of a pre-existing nanovoid on martensite formation and interface propagation: a phase field study
M Javanbakht, MS Ghaedi, E Barchiesi, A Ciallella
Mathematics and Mechanics of Solids 26 (1), 90-109, 2021
302021
Phase field approach to dislocation evolution at large strains: Computational aspects
M Javanbakht, VI Levitas
International Journal of Solids and Structures 82, 95-110, 2016
302016
Phase field-elasticity analysis of austenite–martensite phase transformation at the nanoscale: Finite element modeling
S Mirzakhani, M Javanbakht
Computational Materials Science 154, 41-52, 2018
292018
Phase field modeling of crack growth with double-well potential including surface effects
H Jafarzadeh, GH Farrahi, M Javanbakht
Continuum Mechanics and Thermodynamics 32, 913-925, 2020
252020
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