Michael D. Sangid
Michael D. Sangid
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TitleCited byYear
The physics of fatigue crack initiation
MD Sangid
International journal of fatigue 57, 58-72, 2013
2672013
Energy of slip transmission and nucleation at grain boundaries
MD Sangid, T Ezaz, H Sehitoglu, IM Robertson
Acta materialia 59 (1), 283-296, 2011
2122011
Slip transfer and plastic strain accumulation across grain boundaries in Hastelloy X
WZ Abuzaid, MD Sangid, JD Carroll, H Sehitoglu, J Lambros
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 60 (6), 1201-1220, 2012
1382012
The role of grain boundaries on fatigue crack initiation–an energy approach
MD Sangid, HJ Maier, H Sehitoglu
International Journal of Plasticity 27 (5), 801-821, 2011
1232011
A physically based fatigue model for prediction of crack initiation from persistent slip bands in polycrystals
MD Sangid, HJ Maier, H Sehitoglu
Acta Materialia 59 (1), 328-341, 2011
1052011
Laser-driven micro transfer placement of prefabricated microstructures
R Saeidpourazar, R Li, Y Li, MD Sangid, C Lu, Y Huang, JA Rogers, ...
Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 21 (5), 1049-1058, 2012
762012
Fatigue behavior of IN718 microtrusses produced via additive manufacturing
L Huynh, J Rotella, MD Sangid
Materials & Design 105, 278-289, 2016
742016
Grain boundary characterization and energetics of superalloys
MD Sangid, H Sehitoglu, HJ Maier, T Niendorf
Materials Science and Engineering: A 527 (26), 7115-7125, 2010
692010
Energy barriers associated with slip–twin interactions
T Ezaz, MD Sangid, H Sehitoglu
Philosophical Magazine 91 (10), 1464-1488, 2011
682011
An energy-based microstructure model to account for fatigue scatter in polycrystals
MD Sangid, HJ Maier, H Sehitoglu
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 59 (3), 595-609, 2011
662011
Energetics of residual dislocations associated with slip–twin and slip–GBs interactions
MD Sangid, T Ezaz, H Sehitoglu
Materials Science and Engineering: A 542, 21-30, 2012
522012
Insights on slip transmission at grain boundaries from atomistic simulations
DE Spearot, MD Sangid
Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science 18 (4), 188-195, 2014
502014
Analyzing the effects of powder and post-processing on porosity and properties of electron beam melted Ti-6Al-4V
R Cunningham, A Nicolas, J Madsen, E Fodran, E Anagnostou, ...
Materials Research Letters 5 (7), 516-525, 2017
412017
Strain localization in Ti-6Al-4V Widmanstätten microstructures produced by additive manufacturing
TA Book, MD Sangid
Materials Characterization 122, 104-112, 2016
412016
Superior fatigue crack growth resistance, irreversibility, and fatigue crack growth–microstructure relationship of nanocrystalline alloys
MD Sangid, GJ Pataky, H Sehitoglu, RG Rateick, T Niendorf, HJ Maier
Acta Materialia 59 (19), 7340-7355, 2011
412011
Microstructure based fatigue life prediction framework for polycrystalline nickel-base superalloys with emphasis on the role played by twin boundaries in crack initiation
SR Yeratapally, MG Glavicic, M Hardy, MD Sangid
Acta Materialia 107 (C), 2016
382016
A prototype printer for laser driven micro-transfer printing
R Saeidpourazar, MD Sangid, JA Rogers, PM Ferreira
Journal of manufacturing processes 14 (4), 416-424, 2012
382012
Full field measurements of anisotropic stress intensity factor ranges in fatigue
GJ Pataky, MD Sangid, H Sehitoglu, RF Hamilton, HJ Maier, P Sofronis
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 94, 13-28, 2012
302012
Study of grain-level deformation and residual stresses in Ti-7Al under combined bending and tension using high energy diffraction microscopy (HEDM)
K Chatterjee, A Venkataraman, T Garbaciak, J Rotella, MD Sangid, ...
International Journal of Solids and Structures 94, 35-49, 2016
262016
Process characterization of vibrostrengthening and application to fatigue enhancement of aluminum aerospace components—part I. Experimental study of process parameters
MD Sangid, JA Stori, PM Ferriera
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology 53 (5-8), 545-560, 2011
262011
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