A. Farzadi

About A. Farzadi

A. Farzadi, With an exceptional h-index of 13 and a recent h-index of 12 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Amirkabir University of Technology, specializes in the field of Materials Science and Engineering, Additive Manufacturing, Welding, Simulation, Solidification.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Microstructural and mechanical properties of dissimilar joining of AA5052 and AA6061 by friction stir welding

Impacts of diffusion brazing time on mechanical properties of Nicrofer 5520 superalloy joint by Ni-15Cr-3.7 B filler metal

Wide gap brazing using Ni–B–Si and Ni–B–Si–Cr–Fe filler metals: Microstructure and high-temperature mechanical properties

Atomic scale melting/solidification behavior and structural evolutions of AlCoCrFeNi high-entropy alloy in selective laser melting process

Evaluation of crane wheels restored by hardfacing two distinct 13Cr-4Ni martensitic stainless steels

Finite element modeling of heat transfer in pulsed laser welding of similar and dissimilar carbon and stainless steels

Diffusion brazing of Nicrofer 5520 (IN-617) superalloy using an amorphous Ni-Cr-Si-B interlayer: Microstructural characterization and mechanical properties.

Effect of diffusion brazing time on microstructure, isothermal solidification completion and microhardness distribution during joining of Nicrofer 5520 superalloy using a …

A. Farzadi Information

University

Amirkabir University of Technology

Position

Assistant Professor Department of Materials and Metallurgical Engineering of

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658

Citations(since 2020)

454

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374

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13

hIndex(since 2020)

12

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17

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15

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Amirkabir University of Technology

A. Farzadi Skills & Research Interests

Materials Science and Engineering

Additive Manufacturing

Welding

Simulation

Solidification

Top articles of A. Farzadi

Microstructural and mechanical properties of dissimilar joining of AA5052 and AA6061 by friction stir welding

Authors

MR Hajiha,A Farzadi,SA Samadani Agdam,A Shabanzadeh,S Ramezani

Journal

Journal of Welding Science and Technology of Iran

Published Date

2024/1/10

5xxx and 6xxx series alloys are among the most widely used aluminum alloys in various industries, including automobile, shipbuilding and aviation industries. In this research, the joint of two alloys AA6061-T6 and AA5052-H12 was investigated at 4 transmission speeds of 60, 90, 120 and 180 mm/min and 3 rotation speeds of 600, 800 and 1000 rpm. These investigations were carried out in the condition that each of the two alloys was placed in two progressive and regressive sides. The results of these studies showed that the highest tensile strength is when the AA5052 sample is placed on the advancing side and the transfer speed is 90 mm/min and the rotation speed is 600 rpm, and in this case, the final tensile strength value is equal to 197 MPa. In addition, the results showed that, generally, the tensile strength decreases with an increase in the transmission speed at a constant rotational speed, and with an increase in the rotational speed at a constant transmission speed, the tensile strength increases. In addition, microscopic and macroscopic examination of the sections of all samples was performed and various areas and defects were examined. According to the investigations carried out on the microstructure, the grain size in the weld nugget compared to the base metal, HAZ and TMAZ decreases. The grain size in HAZ is the largest in all samples, and this causes a decrease in weld strength in this zone.

Impacts of diffusion brazing time on mechanical properties of Nicrofer 5520 superalloy joint by Ni-15Cr-3.7 B filler metal

Authors

Ali Nasajpour,A Farzadi,Seyyed Ehsan Mirsalehi

Journal

Welding in the World

Published Date

2024/1

The microstructure and shear strength during diffusion brazing of Nicrofer 5520 superalloy were studied. The bonding temperature and filler metal were 1120 °C and 38 μm thick Ni-15%Cr-3.7%B, respectively. Seven holding times from 5 to 240 min were used. The findings revealed that full isothermal solidification occurs after the holding time of 30 min. The presence of eutectic phases in the interlayer and non-dissolved precipitates in the diffusion-affected zone (DAZ) cause a decrease in the shear strength. With the increase in the holding time after the isothermal solidification, the volume fraction of the precipitation in the DAZ decreases, and the precipitations transform into rounder particles. Consequently, the chemical composition becomes more homogeneous, and a lower precipitation volume fraction forms in the DAZ. The failure path shifts from the athermal solidification zone (ASZ) to the base metal, and shear …

Wide gap brazing using Ni–B–Si and Ni–B–Si–Cr–Fe filler metals: Microstructure and high-temperature mechanical properties

Authors

H Alinaghian,A Farzadi,P Marashi,M Pouranvari

Journal

Journal of Materials Research and Technology

Published Date

2023/3/1

Microstructure, shear strength and stress rupture time at 850° C of Inconel 738LC joined by wide gap brazing were studied. As low-melting alloys (LMAs), Ni-3.2 B-4.5 Si (B1 samples) and Ni-3.2 B-4.5 Si–7Cr–3Fe (B2 samples) were used. The effects of LMA amounts at levels of 40, 50 and 60% were examined for both LMAs. The B1 samples showed higher porosity than the B2 samples. γ/N i 3 B was the main eutectic phase in the B1 samples and accounted for about 62% in the sample containing 60% LMA along with less than 12% Cr x B and (Cr, Mo) y B. Whereas in the B2 samples, γ/N i 3 B is below 38%, and Cr-rich borides are formed more than in the B1 samples. Hardness analysis shows that the hardness of Cr-rich borides is more than 1500 HV and Ni 3 B is about 900 HV, which is higher than γ solid solution matrix. The B1 samples showed higher shear strength than the B2 samples. The maximum shear …

Atomic scale melting/solidification behavior and structural evolutions of AlCoCrFeNi high-entropy alloy in selective laser melting process

Authors

Milad Moradi-Ganjeh,A Farzadi,A Ramazani

Journal

Journal of Materials Research and Technology

Published Date

2023/11/1

Comprehension of the evolutions and phenomena that occur on the atomic scale can become a bridge toward a greater understanding of the properties of materials on the macro scale. In this study, molecular dynamics simulations were performed to investigate nano-structural evolutions in the SLM process of the near-equiatomic AlCoCrFeNi high-entropy alloy. Fifteen simulation systems were designed by altering laser power (400–800 eV/ps), scanning speed (0.2–2.0 Å/ps), and hatch spacing (5 and 10 nm) as the process variables for addressing their effects on the structure at the atomic scale. The results showed that the effect of parameters on the atomic displacement is decreased from laser power to scanning speed and hatch spacing, respectively. It was also indicated that the HCP stripes form due to the extreme cooling rates experienced in the process. Furthermore, the reduction of the hatch space can …

Evaluation of crane wheels restored by hardfacing two distinct 13Cr-4Ni martensitic stainless steels

Authors

M Moshkbar Bakhshayesh,Ali Farzadi,Reza Kalantarian,A Zargarzadeh

Journal

Journal of Materials Research and Technology

Published Date

2023/9/1

Depositing two martensitic stainless steel filler metals with chemically different composition, crane wheels were restored to study the development of mechanical properties and wear resistance. For this purpose, a two-layer clad was deposited using each filler metal through submerged arc welding process. Microstructural evolution shows that solidification modes are different in the hardfaced clads due to the discrepancy in the ratio of chromium equivalent to nickel equivalent (Creq/Nieq). A reduction in Creq/Nieq leads to the enrichment of liquid metal in austenite-promoter elements, resulting in the presence of austenite phase in the matrix, as identified by XRD pattern. Following a post-weld heat treatment in the constant temperature of 500 °C for an hour, apart from the tempered martensite, fresh martensite as a consequence of transforming austenite phase is formed in the matrix. This transformation significantly …

Finite element modeling of heat transfer in pulsed laser welding of similar and dissimilar carbon and stainless steels

Authors

Zohre Tajbakhshjoo,Eslam Ranjbarnodeh,Ali Farzadi

Journal

AUT Journal of Mechanical Engineering

Published Date

2023/6/1

Laser welding is one of the most prominent manufacturing methods in various industries due to its speed and high quality. The laser beam welding process has two modes of conduction and keyhole. The keyhole mode is more attractive due to its greater penetration depth and smaller heat-affected zone.  To achieve the keyhole mode, it is necessary to adjust the welding process variables, which requires many experiments. Hence, simulation can be used as a powerful tool to reduce the cost. In this study, similar and dissimilar lap joints of low-carbon steel and stainless steel using pulsed laser welding were simulated by finite element software ANSYS. The effects of pulse energy and frequency were examined and the values for obtaining the keyhole mode were determined. Simulated weld pool dimensions were compared to experimental results and the good agreement between them showed that the model is appropriate for simulating pulsed laser welding. Numerical results showed that the keyhole mode is created in dissimilar joints of low-carbon steel and stainless steel, similar joints of stainless steel, and similar joints of low-carbon steel at pulse energies of 17.1, 11.8, and 13.9 J, respectively.  A pulse frequency of 14 Hz was found to be the optimal condition for the formation of the keyhole.

Diffusion brazing of Nicrofer 5520 (IN-617) superalloy using an amorphous Ni-Cr-Si-B interlayer: Microstructural characterization and mechanical properties.

Authors

Ali Nasajpour,Seyyed Ehsan Mirsalehi,Ali Farzadi

Journal

Metallic Materials/Kovové Materiály

Published Date

2022/3/1

The applicability of the diffusion brazing technique for bonding Nicrofer 5520 superalloy was assessed. The experiments were carried out at 1120◦ C for 5, 15, 20, 45, 90, 120, and 240 min holding times using 30 µm thick Ni-7% Cr4. 5% Si-3.1% B interlayers. The microstructure, shear strength, and microhardness of the resultant joints were investigated. The results showed that the complete isothermal solidification (CIS) occurred after 20 min-holding time. The (Mo, Cr, Ni, Fe)-rich carbides and (Cr, Mo)-rich borides with various morphologies were observed in the diffusion-affected zone (DAZ). Before CIS, a Ni-rich boride and Ni-rich silicide along with Cr and Mo-rich borides were also detected in the centerline. After CIS, the volume fraction of precipitated phases in the DAZ region was reduced by increasing the holding time. Simultaneously, the chemical composition became more uniform; also, the shear strength of the specimens was improved, and for the 240 min-holding time, it reached about 93% of that of the base metal.

Effect of diffusion brazing time on microstructure, isothermal solidification completion and microhardness distribution during joining of Nicrofer 5520 superalloy using a …

Authors

Ali Nasajpour,A Farzadi,Seyyed Ehsan Mirsalehi

Journal

Journal of Materials Research and Technology

Published Date

2022/11/1

In the present study, the effect of time on the microstructural evolution, distribution of elements, type of precipitated phases, and microhardness of diffusion brazed Nicrofer 5520 superalloy using a BNi-9 (Ni–15%Cr–3.7%B) interlayer was investigated. The diffusion brazing was carried out at 1120 °C for seven different holding times by using a 38 μm thick interlayer. The results indicated that the holding time of 30 min was sufficient for complete isothermal solidification. The eutectic gamma solid solution, Ni-rich borides, and Cr–Mo-rich borides were identified near the bond center before the completion of isothermal solidification, (Ni, Mo, Cr)-rich borides and Cr–Ni–Mo–Fe carbides with different morphologies were found in the diffusion affected zone (DAZ). In the holding time longer than 30 min and, the volume fraction of the precipitated phases in the DAZ decreased, and they transformed into rounder particles …

Effect of Homogenization on Metallurgical Structure of Nicrofer 5520 (IN-617) Superalloy Joints Diffusion-Brazed Using a Ni–Cr–Si–B Interlayer

Authors

Ali Nasajpour,Seyyed Ehsan Mirsalehi,Ali Farzadi

Journal

JOM

Published Date

2022/9

This study aimed to homogenize diffusion-brazed Nicrofer 5520 superalloy joints to achieve the most similar microstructure to the base metal. In this regard, diffusion brazing treatment was carried out at a temperature of 1120°C by using a 30-µm-thick BNi-2 interlayer. After performing the diffusion brazing and completing the isothermal solidification (bonding time of 20 min), the specimens were homogenization post-bond heat treated under a vacuum atmosphere at 1180°C and for different holding times of 4, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 20 h. Electron microscopy was used to investigate the microstructural evolutions and chemical composition of precipitated phases. The results revealed that by increasing the holding time, the distribution of elements in the width of the joint area became more uniform and the chemical composition became closer to the base metal. Simultaneously, the amount and volume fraction of …

Joining dental biomaterials of Ti-6Al-4V alloy and cp-Ti using transient liquid phase bonding: Metallurgical and mechanical assessment

Authors

S Vazirian,A Farzadi,A Solouk

Journal

Materials Today Communications

Published Date

2022/8/1

The choice of manufacturing process plays a vital role in producing a medical device with a few problems; one of the best manufacturing processes for achieving superior physical and mechanical properties is transient liquid phase (TLP) bonding. The effect of bonding time in the range of 5–45 min on the microstructural and mechanical characterizations of the joint by an ultra-thin Cu interlayer with a thickness of 10 µm was investigated. The results revealed that the dominant phase is Ti2Cu intermetallic compound (IMCs) in the joint zone in all samples. It was shown that intensive metallurgical reactions happened at the interface of cp-Ti/Cu/Ti-6Al-4V, and the joint zone involves Ti2Cu IMCs. By increasing the holding time, Ti2Cu is decomposed, and finally, the joint consists of tiny Ti2Cu in α-Ti matrix. Shear tests indicated that the homogenized joint bonded at a prolonged time exhibits better mechanical properties …

Measurement of degree of sensitization in post-weld heat treated 13Cr-4Ni martensitic stainless steel clad using double loop electrochemical potentiokinetic technique

Authors

M Moshkbar Bakhshayesh,A Farzadi,A Doustahadi,M Nouripour

Journal

Engineering Failure Analysis

Published Date

2022/4/1

In this paper, the susceptibility to intergranular corrosion (IGC) of 13Cr-4Ni martensitic stainless steel clad deposited by submerged arc welding was studied in the as-welded condition and after post-weld heat treats (PWHT) at 420, 500, 540, and 580 °C. Microstructural studies showed a martensitic matrix, about 20% δ-ferrite and carbide precipitates in the microstructure under the as-welded condition. The results of the double loop electrochemical potentiokinetic technique revealed that the PWHT process significantly increased the degree of sensitization (DOS). The highest DOS corresponded was 87.9% in the sample treated at 500 °C. PWHT at temperatures higher than 500 °C returned the DOS to lower values. PWHT at 500 °C and below promoted the decomposition of δ-ferrite, and hence some new chromium carbides precipitated at δ-ferrite and martensite interfaces, whereas tempering at temperatures higher …

Effect of welding parameters on penetration depth in FB-TIG welding of 5083 aluminum alloy

Authors

R Karimpoor,A Farzadi,A Ebrahimi

Journal

Journal of Welding Science and Technology of Iran

Published Date

2021/8/10

رﻮﭘ ﻢﯾﺮﮐ ﺎﺿر و نارﺎﮑﻤﻫ ﺮﺸﻧ، ﯾﻪ روﺎﻨﻓ و مﻮﻠﻋ ي رﺎﮑﺷﻮﺟ ي اﯾ، ناﺮ لﺎﺳ ﻢﺘﻔﻫ هرﺎﻤﺷ، 1، نﺎﺘﺴﺑﺎﺗ و رﺎﻬﺑ 1400 ﻪﺤﻔﺻ، 17-1 28.02 mm was achieved at the current of 220 A, welding speed of 120 mm/min, and the preheat temperature of 100 C. Taguchi analysis showed that increasing the welding current and preheat temperature had a more significant effect than the welding speed. Microstructural analysis indicated that the weld metal is fine-grained, along with coarse-grain in the HAZ of all samples. Many pores were observed in the samples with high welding speed and high welding current in the fusion zone. The sample with the highest heat input had the highest penetration depth. This sample had the highest elongation, equal to 69% of the base metal. Moreover, microhardness test demonstrated that the hardness of this sample dropped sharply from 70 Vickers to 58 Vickers in the HAZ.

Microstructure and phase analysis of multilayer Ni–Cr–Mo clad for corrosion protection

Authors

M Najafi,M Moshkbar Bakhshayesh,A Farzadi

Journal

Transactions of the Indian Institute of Metals

Published Date

2021/7

Ni–Cr–Mo clads are commonly used on carbon steels in the oil and gas industry due to the high resistant corrosion. In this study, a three-layer Ni–Cr–Mo clad was deposited using the GMAW process. The welding current of 200 A, the welding speed of 35 cm/min, and the electrode extension of 20 mm, as well as the torch angle of 25°, are utilized to obtain a low dilution. The results showed that Fe content in the second and third layers of the clad was below 2 wt%. The segregation of Nb and Mo to interdendritic regions contributed to the formation of secondary phases, such as Laves and MC carbide precipitates. The results of chemical analysis across some dendrites and interdendritic regions confirmed that the contents and distribution of secondary phases were insignificant. Also, the transition region where the chemical composition significantly changes to reach the composition of the first layer of the clad is …

Simulation of temperature distribution and heat generation during dissimilar friction stir welding of AA6061 aluminum alloy and Al-Mg2Si composite

Authors

Ebtesam Sharghi,Ali Farzadi

Journal

The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology

Published Date

2021/5/6

During dissimilar friction stir welding (FSW) of Al-Mg2Si metal matrix composite and AA6061 aluminum alloy, the temperature field and heat generation were investigated using a 3-dimensional computational fluid dynamics (CFD) model and FLUENT software. The simulations were conducted for rotational speeds of 720, 920, and 1120 rpm. The welding experiments were carried out to validate the simulation results. About 70% of the heat is generated at the interface between the shoulder and the workpiece. The maximum temperature is predicted on the advancing side (AS). The difference between the peak temperatures on the AS and the retreating side (RS) is about 115 K. The effect of the rotational speed on the peak temperature is significant. The temperature distribution in the cross sections is asymmetric, which originates from different material velocities on the AS and RS. The peak temperature on the …

Molecular dynamics study of the effect of alloying elements and imperfections on linear friction welding of Cu and Ni metals

Authors

M Khodakarami,A Farzadi,A Ramazani

Journal

Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling

Published Date

2020/12/1

There are many physical phenomena and properties associated with diffusion in linear friction welding (LFW) process. Many of these phenomena are not observable by known and conventional methods. The molecular dynamics (MD) is an advantageous and practical method to study the diffusion process and atomic behavior of welded materials. In the current research, we used MD simulations to model the LFW process between copper and nickel metals. The effect of defects in the structures and also the addition of alloying elements to the copper structure was also studied. Our findings revealed that the surface and subsurface imperfections in the copper structure were gradually eliminated in the friction stage. In contrast, these imperfections in nickel structure disappeared in the forging stage. Also, we showed that adding alloying elements to copper structure leads to an increase in the amount of the mean square …

Microstructural development and corrosion behavior of 13Cr–4Ni-1Mo martensitic stainless steel clad

Authors

A Farzadi,R Kalantarian

Journal

Welding in the World

Published Date

2020/11

Martensitic stainless steels are deposited during manufacturing or repair to prolong the service life of a workpiece in a wide variety of industries such as steelmaking. The post-weld heat treatment (PWHT) is necessary to provide appropriate mechanical properties. In this research, a four-layer clad including a buffer and three layers of 13Cr-4Ni-1Mo stainless steel was deposited on AISI 4140 low-alloy steel using submerged arc welding. The effect of the PWHT on microstructure, corrosion behavior, and hardness of the layers was investigated. The double-loop electrochemical potentiokinetic reactivation (DL-EPR) was used to study the degree of sensitization (DOS). The microstructure in the as-welded condition consists of martensite, 19% delta-ferrite, retained austenite and carbide precipitates. The hardness value of the top layer in the as-welded condition is 469 ± 8 HV. The precipitates are bond to the delta …

Effect of bonding temperature on microstructure and mechanical properties of dissimilar joint between Ti–6Al–4V and Co–Cr–Mo biomaterials

Authors

Vahid Salehi Mobarakeh,Masoud Atapour,Behzad Niroumand,Morteza Shamanian

Journal

Metallography, Microstructure, and Analysis

Published Date

2021/8

Dissimilar transient liquid phase (TLP) bonding between stainless steel 310 and Inconel 617 was carried out using a BNi-2 interface layer. TLP joints were fabricated at 1040, 1070 and 1100 °C for a bonding time of 60 min. In addition to microstructural evaluations, the mechanical properties of different TLP joints were also studied. The results indicated that increasing the bonding temperature resulted in decreasing the solidification zones and accelerating the formation of the intermetallic compounds. Among different TLP joints, the joint fabricated at 1040 °C exhibited the highest shear strength of 611 MPa. SEM investigations of the fractured surfaces revealed that the formation of higher amount of intermetallic compounds at higher temperatures deteriorated the shear strength of the Inconel 617/Stainless Steel 310 TLP joint.

Dissimilar transient liquid phase bonding of Ti–6Al–4V and Co–Cr–Mo biomaterials using a Cu interlayer: Microstructure and mechanical properties

Authors

S Vazirian,A Farzadi

Journal

Journal of Alloys and Compounds

Published Date

2020/7/15

In order to construct a bimetallic device for the medical application, the selection of the joining process is essential. Transient liquid phase (TLP) bonding of two biomaterials of Ti–6Al–4V and Co–Cr–Mo (ASTM F-75) alloys with a Cu interlayer was investigated at the bonding time of 5, 15, 30, and 45 min at the bonding temperature of 920 °C. To evaluate the microstructure, the interfacial brazing zone (IBZ) was studied using an optical microscope (OM), field emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM), and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS). The results showed that the microstructure of Ti–6Al–4V/Cu/Co–Cr–Mo was composed of CoCr(Ti, Mo), Ti(Cu, Co), Ti2Cu, α-Ti, and β-Ti. By raising the bonding time and increasing the diffusion of Cu into base metals, the transformation of Ti(Cu, Co) into Ti2Cu was done. Then, the thickness of the Ti(Cu, Co) intermetallic compound (IMC) reduced. With increasing …

Wide Gap Brazing of Inconel 738LC Nickel-Based Superalloy: Metallurgical and Mechanical Characteristics

Authors

H Alinaghian,A Farzadi,P Marashi,M Pouranvari

Journal

Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A

Published Date

2020/12

This paper addresses the microstructure properties relationship of wide gap brazed Inconel 738LC. Amdry 718 and a Ni-Cr-Fe-Si-B alloy were used as high melting particles (HMPs) and low melting particles (LMPs), respectively. The effect of the amount of LMPs, 30, 40, and 50 pct, on the microstructure and the shear strength of the joint, was investigated. The microstructure in the brazing zone consists of Ni-based solid solution and eutectic-type microconstituents that is nickel-rich and chromium-rich borides. Nickel-rich borides only observed in the presence of the high amount of LMPs, because of the low Cr-B ratio in the filler alloy. At the brazing/base metal interface, high diffusion of melting point depressant (MPD) elements to the base metal led to the formation of small blocky Cr-rich borides in Ni-rich solid solution matrix. The nickel-rich and chromium-rich borides have a hardness value of about 1200 and 830 …

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Microstructural and mechanical properties of dissimilar joining of AA5052 and AA6061 by friction stir welding

Impacts of diffusion brazing time on mechanical properties of Nicrofer 5520 superalloy joint by Ni-15Cr-3.7 B filler metal

Wide gap brazing using Ni–B–Si and Ni–B–Si–Cr–Fe filler metals: Microstructure and high-temperature mechanical properties

Atomic scale melting/solidification behavior and structural evolutions of AlCoCrFeNi high-entropy alloy in selective laser melting process

Evaluation of crane wheels restored by hardfacing two distinct 13Cr-4Ni martensitic stainless steels

Finite element modeling of heat transfer in pulsed laser welding of similar and dissimilar carbon and stainless steels

Diffusion brazing of Nicrofer 5520 (IN-617) superalloy using an amorphous Ni-Cr-Si-B interlayer: Microstructural characterization and mechanical properties.

Effect of diffusion brazing time on microstructure, isothermal solidification completion and microhardness distribution during joining of Nicrofer 5520 superalloy using a …

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What are A. Farzadi's research interests?

The research interests of A. Farzadi are: Materials Science and Engineering, Additive Manufacturing, Welding, Simulation, Solidification

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A. Farzadi has 658 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of A. Farzadi?

The co-authors of A. Farzadi are Christofer Leygraf, Amir Hossein Kokabi, Jinshan Pan, Majid Pouranvari, Ali Davoodi, Davoud Haghshenas Fatmehsari.

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H-index: 72
Christofer Leygraf

Christofer Leygraf

Kungliga Tekniska högskolan

H-index: 56
Amir Hossein Kokabi

Amir Hossein Kokabi

Sharif University of Technology

H-index: 53
Jinshan Pan

Jinshan Pan

Kungliga Tekniska högskolan

H-index: 41
Majid Pouranvari

Majid Pouranvari

Sharif University of Technology

H-index: 37
Ali Davoodi

Ali Davoodi

Ferdowsi University of Mashhad

H-index: 35
Davoud Haghshenas Fatmehsari

Davoud Haghshenas Fatmehsari

Amirkabir University of Technology

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