Dr. Kazi F. Ahmmed
Dr. Kazi F. Ahmmed
Researcher in Nuclear Materials, Queen's University
Verified email at queensu.ca
TitleCited byYear
Microstructural evaluation and crystallographic texture modification of heat-treated zirconium Excel pressure tube material
KF Ahmmed, MR Daymond, MA Gharghouri
Journal of Alloys and Compounds 687, 1021-1033, 2016
102016
Influence of aging temperatures and times on mechanical properties of vacuum high pressure die cast aluminum alloy a356
XZ Zhang, K Ahmmed, M Wang, H Hu
Advanced Materials Research 445, 277-282, 2012
72012
Thermal creep behavior in heat-treated and modified textured Zr-Excel pressure tube material
KFA Levente Balogh, Yasir Idrees, David Kerr, Mark R. Daymond
Materials Science and Engineering A 698, 326-340, 2017
3*2017
Quantitative characterization of the microstructure of heat-treated Zr-Excel by neutron line profile analysis
KF Ahmmed, L Balogh, Y Idrees, H Yu, F Long, MR Daymond
Journal of Applied Crystallography 49 (5), 1609-1623, 2016
32016
Effect of thermal treatment on tensile properties of vacuum die cast modified aluminum alloy A356
K Ahmmed, H Hu, Y Chu, P Cheng
NADCA Transactions, 10-32, 2010
12010
Microstructural Evaluation and Thermal Creep Behavior of Zr-Excel
KF Ahmmed
2015
Effect of Thermal Treatment on Tensile Properties of a Vacuum Die Cast Hypoeutectic Aluminum-silicon Alloy
KF Ahmmed
2010
Effect of Thermal Treatment on Tensile Properties of a Vacuum Die Cast Hypoeutectic Al-Si Alloy
K Ahmmed
University of Windsor, 2009
2009
Effect of Modification of Texture on Thermal Creep Behavior of Zirconium Excel Pressure Tubes
K Ahmmed
Study of Microstructural Evaluation and Thermal Creep Behavior of Heat-Treated Zr-Excel Pressure Tube Materials
K Ahmmed
Study on Thermal Creep of Zr-Excel Alloy by Modification of Crystallographic Texture
K Ahmmed
Microstructural Evaluation of Zr-Excel alloys by Heat-treatment and LVDT Creep Measurement Technique to Study their Associated Thermal Creep Behavior
K Ahmmed
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