Abdalsalam Fadeel

Abdalsalam Fadeel

Wright State University

H-index: 5

North America-United States

About Abdalsalam Fadeel

Abdalsalam Fadeel, With an exceptional h-index of 5 and a recent h-index of 5 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Wright State University, specializes in the field of Finite Element analysis, UHMWPE, Ballistic & low velocity impact, Additive manufacturing.

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

Developing scaling laws to predict compressive mechanical properties and determine geometrical parameters of modified BCC lattice structures

ABAQUS plug-in finite element tool for designing and analyzing lattice cell structures

Computational investigation of the post-yielding behavior of 3D-printed polymer lattice structures

A computational approach in understanding the low-velocity impact behavior and damage of 3D-printed polymer lattice structures

Development and application of a computational modeling scheme for periodic lattice structures

Abdalsalam Fadeel Information

University

Wright State University

Position

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Citations(all)

81

Citations(since 2020)

81

Cited By

9

hIndex(all)

5

hIndex(since 2020)

5

i10Index(all)

3

i10Index(since 2020)

3

Email

University Profile Page

Wright State University

Abdalsalam Fadeel Skills & Research Interests

Finite Element analysis

UHMWPE

Ballistic & low velocity impact

Additive manufacturing

Top articles of Abdalsalam Fadeel

Developing scaling laws to predict compressive mechanical properties and determine geometrical parameters of modified BCC lattice structures

Authors

Hasanain S Abdulhadi,Abdalsalam Fadeel,Tahseen A Alwattar,Ahsan Mian

Journal

Engineering Reports

Published Date

2023/2

The objective of this study is to develop generalized empirical closed‐form equations to predict the compressive mechanical properties and determine geometrical parameters. To achieve that, 117 models are built and analyzed using ABAQUS/CAE 2016 to provide two types of reliable data: one for lattice mechanical properties based on finite element method and the other for geometrical parameters using the measurements of ABAQUS diagnostic tool. All the models are created by modifying the basic feature of body‐centered cubic lattice structure based on a range of strut angles, a set of relative densities, and two design sets. Also, the influence of lattice cell tessellations and material distribution at strut intersections are considered within these models to provide accurate results. The first data set is fitted with the scaling laws, relating relative elastic modulus and stress with the relative density, to determine Gibson …

ABAQUS plug-in finite element tool for designing and analyzing lattice cell structures

Authors

Abdalsalam Fadeel,Hasanain Abdulhadi,Raghavan Srinivasan,Ahsan Mian

Journal

Advances in Engineering Software

Published Date

2022/7/1

This paper presents the development of a lattice structure design (LSD) tool for building and analyzing different configurations of 3D-printed lattice structure (LS). This tool was developed via ABAQUS graphical user interface (GUI) based on Python code. Due to the extensive research activities in the field of lattice design using experimental and computational methods, there is a high demand for finding new techniques to reduce the computational time and human effort. Also, several challenges were revealed while creating finite element models for lattices of complicated geometries. These models showed the capability for capturing the elastic and inelastic mechanical responses of LSs during the compression test. Consequently, the LSD tool was designed not only to build lattice structures in a short time and simple way, but also to analyze the associated compressive mechanical behavior that goes beyond initial …

Computational investigation of the post-yielding behavior of 3D-printed polymer lattice structures

Authors

Abdalsalam Fadeel,Hasanain Abdulhadi,Golam Newaz,Raghavan Srinivasan,Ahsan Mian

Journal

Journal of Computational Design and Engineering

Published Date

2022/2

Sandwich structures are widely used due to their light weight, high specific strength, and high specific energy absorption. Three-dimensional (3D) printing has recently been explored for creating the lattice cores of these sandwich structures. Experimental evaluation of the mechanical response of lattice cell structures (LCSs) is expensive in time and materials. As such, the finite element analysis (FEA) can be used to predict the mechanical behavior of LCSs with many different design variations more economically. Though there have been several reports on the use of FEA to develop models for predicting the post-yielding stages of 3D-printed LCSs, they are still insufficient to be a more general purpose due to the limitations associated with the lattice prediction behavior of specific features, certain geometries, and common materials along with showing sometimes poor prediction due to the computationally cheap …

A computational approach in understanding the low-velocity impact behavior and damage of 3D-printed polymer lattice structures

Authors

Abdalsalam Fadeel,Hasanain Abdulhadi,Raghavan Srinivasan,Ahsan Mian

Journal

Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance

Published Date

2021/9

The remarkable mechanical characteristics of sandwich lattice structures have attracted the attention of many researchers and make it a good candidate for various applications. However, there is limited published research concerning the development of general-purpose dynamic models mimicking the impact behavior of lattice configurations made from polymeric materials. As such, the main focus of this research is to develop efficient computational finite element models simulating the dynamic impact behavior of various lattice configurations embedded in sandwich panels that are made from Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) material. In this case, the sandwich panel consists of a 3D-printed polymer lattice core covered with the skin of a Kevlar sheet. Four designs with different configurations of lattice structures were investigated experimentally in previous studies. The first configuration was the basic body …

Development and application of a computational modeling scheme for periodic lattice structures

Authors

Abdalsalam Fadeel

Published Date

2021

Sandwich structures are widely used for aerospace, marines and other applications due to their light-weight, strength, and strain energy absorption capability. The cores of the sandwich structure are typically fabricated by using high strength cellular materials such as aluminum and titanium alloys, or polymer foams, and honeycombs. Lattice cell structures (LCS) of different configurations such as body centered cubic (BCC), tetrahedron and pyramidal are being investigated as core material due to their design freedom and periodic nature. Due to the recent advent of additive manufacturing (AM), new research is being sought in the areas of designing and developing application-specific LCS configurations. However, experimental investigation of LCS is costly in time and materials. Therefore, in this dissertation, finite element models are developed using ABAQUS and validated according to previous experimental results to design application-specific LCS. First, an efficient and user-friendly tool was developed and this tool is called the Lattice Structure Designer (LSD). The LSD was developed from ABAQUS GUI and using Python scripting. This tool can be used to create the lattice models, define the materials, define the geometry, define the boundary conditions, apply loads, and submit the jobs to perform the computational analysis. The same tool can be used to access the database files and calculate any additional outputs. This ABAQUS plug-in has effectively helped to capture the responses beyond the plasticity levels and capture the failure mechanisms of the lattice structure. In this research, three types of lattices such as body centered cubic …

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Abdalsalam Fadeel FAQs

What is Abdalsalam Fadeel's h-index at Wright State University?

The h-index of Abdalsalam Fadeel has been 5 since 2020 and 5 in total.

What are Abdalsalam Fadeel's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Developing scaling laws to predict compressive mechanical properties and determine geometrical parameters of modified BCC lattice structures

ABAQUS plug-in finite element tool for designing and analyzing lattice cell structures

Computational investigation of the post-yielding behavior of 3D-printed polymer lattice structures

A computational approach in understanding the low-velocity impact behavior and damage of 3D-printed polymer lattice structures

Development and application of a computational modeling scheme for periodic lattice structures

are the top articles of Abdalsalam Fadeel at Wright State University.

What are Abdalsalam Fadeel's research interests?

The research interests of Abdalsalam Fadeel are: Finite Element analysis, UHMWPE, Ballistic & low velocity impact, Additive manufacturing

What is Abdalsalam Fadeel's total number of citations?

Abdalsalam Fadeel has 81 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Abdalsalam Fadeel?

The co-authors of Abdalsalam Fadeel are G. Newaz, Ahsan Mian.

Co-Authors

H-index: 41
G. Newaz

G. Newaz

Wayne State University

H-index: 25
Ahsan Mian

Ahsan Mian

Wright State University

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