Her study of Composite material brings together topics like Polymer and Silicon carbide. Amiya K. Mukherjee connects Polymer with Composite material in her study. She integrates Metallurgy and Microstructure in her studies. Her research links Deformation mechanism with Microstructure. She performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Deformation mechanism and Creep via her papers. Many of her studies on Creep involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Metallurgy. Her research links Mechanism (biology) with Epistemology. Mechanism (biology) is closely attributed to Epistemology in her research. The study of Carbide is intertwined with the study of Carbothermic reaction in a number of ways.
Composite material is frequently linked to Deformation (meteorology) in her study. She regularly ties together related areas like Composite material in her Deformation (meteorology) studies. As part of her studies on Metallurgy, she frequently links adjacent subjects like Creep. Her research on Organic chemistry frequently links to adjacent areas such as Phase (matter). Her studies link Organic chemistry with Phase (matter). She applies her multidisciplinary studies on Sintering and Spark plasma sintering in her research. Her work blends Spark plasma sintering and Sintering studies together. She conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Carbon nanotube and Carbon nanofiber through her works. Amiya K. Mukherjee connects Carbon nanofiber with Carbon nanotube in her research.
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Low-temperature superplasticity in nanostructured nickel and metal alloys
S. X. McFadden;Rajiv S. Mishra;R. Z. Valiev;A. P. Zhilyaev.
Single-wall carbon nanotubes as attractive toughening agents in alumina-based nanocomposites
Guo-Dong Zhan;Joshua D. Kuntz;Julin Wan;Amiya K. Mukherjee.
Nature Materials (2003)
Dislocation processes in the deformation of nanocrystalline aluminium by molecular-dynamics simulation.
Vesselin Yamakov;Dieter Wolf;Simon R. Phillpot;Amiya K. Mukherjee.
Nature Materials (2002)
High Strain Rate Superplasticity in a Friction Stir Processed 7075 Al Alloy
R.S Mishra;M.W Mahoney;S.X McFadden;N.A Mara.
Scripta Materialia (1999)
Deformation-mechanism map for nanocrystalline metals by molecular-dynamics simulation.
V. Yamakov;D. Wolf;S. R. Phillpot;S. R. Phillpot;A. K. Mukherjee.
Nature Materials (2004)
Deformation of nanocrystalline materials by molecular-dynamics simulation: relationship to experiments?
D. Wolf;V. Yamakov;S.R. Phillpot;A. Mukherjee.
Acta Materialia (2005)
The rate controlling mechanism in superplasticity
Amiya K. Mukherjee.
Materials Science and Engineering (1971)
Advanced Mechanical Properties of Pure Titanium with Ultrafine Grained Structure
A.V Sergueeva;A.V Sergueeva;V.V Stolyarov;R.Z Valiev;A.K Mukherjee.
Scripta Materialia (2001)
Superplasticity in advanced materials
Atul Harish Chokshi;Amiya K. Mukherjee;Terence G. Langdon.
Materials Science & Engineering R-reports (1993)
Simultaneously Increasing the Ductility and Strength of Ultra-Fine-Grained Pure Copper
Yong-Hao Zhao;John F. Bingert;Xiao-Zhou Liao;Bao-Zhi Cui.
Advanced Materials (2006)
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