Umair Bin Asim
Umair Bin Asim
Postdoctoral Researcher, Texas A&M University
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Representative volume element (RVE) based crystal plasticity study of void growth on phase boundary in titanium alloys
UB Asim, MA Siddiq, ME Kartal
Computational Materials Science 161, 346-350, 2019
212019
Representative Volume Element (RVE) based crystal plasticity study of void growth on phase boundary in titanium alloys
UB Asim, MA Siddiq, M Kartal
28th INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF MATERIALS (IWCMM28 …, 2018
212018
Representative Volume Element (RVE) based crystal plasticity study of void growth at phase boundary in titanium alloys
UB Asim, MA Siddiq, ME Kartal
7th National Student Conference in Metallic Materials, 17-18th July …, 2017
212017
Void growth in high strength aluminium alloy single crystals: a CPFEM based study
UB Asim, MA Siddiq, M Demiral
Modelling and Simulation in Materials Science and Engineering 25 (3), 035010, 2017
192017
A CPFEM based study to understand the void growth in high strength dual-phase Titanium alloy (Ti-10V-2Fe-3Al)
UB Asim, MA Siddiq, ME Kartal
International Journal of Plasticity, 2019
162019
Modelling hydrogen induced stress corrosion cracking in austenitic stainless steel
EI Ogosi, UB Asim, MA Siddiq, ME Kartal
Journal of Mechanics, 1-10, 2020
52020
Hydrogen effect on plastic deformation and fracture in austenitic stainless steel
E Ogosi, A Siddiq, UB Asim, ME Kartal
CORROSION 2020, 2020
12020
A Multiscale Constitutive Model for Metal Forming of Dual Phase Titanium Alloys by Incorporating Inherent Deformation and Failure Mechanisms
UB Asim, MA Siddiq, RM McMeeking, ME Kartal
arXiv preprint arXiv:2002.04459, 2020
12020
A Microstructure based Multiscale Computational Framework for Metal Forming
UB Asim
University of Aberdeen, 2019
12019
A Microstructure based Multiscale Computational Framework for Metal Forming
UB Asim, MA Siddiq, ME Kartal
9th Engineering Postgraduate Research Symposium, 18th April 2016, Aberdeen, UK, 2018
12018
A Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Method (CPFEM) based study to investigate the effect of microvoids in single crystalline aluminium alloy
MA Siddiq, UB Asim
24th UK Conference of the Association for Computational Mechanics in Engineering, 2016
12016
A Microstructure based Multiscale Computational Framework for Metal Forming
UB Asim, MA Siddiq
7th Engineering Postgraduate Research Symposium, 26th May 2016, Aberdeen, UK, 2016
12016
A Crystal Plasticity Finite Element Method (CPFEM) based study to investigate the effect of microvoids in single crystalline aluminium alloy
MA Siddiq, UB Asim
Proceedings of the 24th UK Conference of the Association for Computational …, 2016
12016
Crystal plasticity based study to understand the interaction of hydrogen, defects and loading in austenitic stainless-steel single crystals
E Ogosi, A Siddiq, UB Asim, ME Kartal
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45 (56), 32632-32647, 2020
2020
Hydrogen effect on plastic deformation and void growth in austenitic stainless steel
E Ogosi, UB Asim, A Siddiq, M Kartal
28th INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL MECHANICS OF MATERIALS (IWCMM28 …, 2018
2018
A Thermomechanical Approach of Modeling Martensitic Transformation Using Crystal Plasticity Theory
R Khan, MA Siddiq, UB Asim, A Abdelghaffar, N Alrasheedi
International Conference on Martensitic Transformations (ICOMAT 2017 …, 2017
2017
Void Growth in Aluminium Alloys–A CPFEM based study
UB Asim, MA Siddiq
The 12th World Congress on Computational Mechanics and The 6th Asia-Pacific …, 2016
2016
Crystal Plasticity based Finite Element Analysis of Void Growth in High Strength Alloys
UB Asim, MA Siddiq, M Kartal
Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies 2016 (AMPT2016), Kuala …, 2016
2016
Investigation of Stresses in Coal Gasifier Hearth under Thermal Loading using Finite Element Analysis
UB Asim, MA Siddiqui
International Conference on Machine Learning, Electrical and Mechanical …, 2014
2014
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