2015 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His primary areas of investigation include Shape-memory alloy, Nickel titanium, Metallurgy, Pseudoelasticity and Selective laser melting. His Shape-memory alloy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mechanical engineering, Compression and Actuator. His Mechanical engineering research incorporates themes from Manufacturing process and Engineering drawing.
His Nickel titanium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Powder metallurgy and Machining. Mohammad Elahinia undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Pseudoelasticity and Fabrication in his work. His Selective laser melting study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Porosity, Texture, Heat treated, Annealing and Laser power scaling.
Mohammad Elahinia mainly focuses on Shape-memory alloy, Nickel titanium, Structural engineering, Actuator and Control theory. His studies in Shape-memory alloy integrate themes in fields like Mechanical engineering, Selective laser melting, Pseudoelasticity and Constitutive equation. Mohammad Elahinia works mostly in the field of Nickel titanium, limiting it down to concerns involving Microstructure and, occasionally, Texture.
His research in Structural engineering intersects with topics in Vibration and Torque. In his research on the topic of Actuator, Robot is strongly related with Simulation. His research integrates issues of Stress shielding, Vibration isolation, Ankle, Fixation and Biomedical engineering in his study of Stiffness.
His primary areas of study are Shape-memory alloy, Nickel titanium, Composite material, Selective laser melting and Pseudoelasticity. His Shape-memory alloy study is focused on Metallurgy in general. The various areas that Mohammad Elahinia examines in his Nickel titanium study include Mechanical engineering, Machining, Rehabilitation and Finite element method.
His study looks at the relationship between Composite material and fields such as Bone healing, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Selective laser melting study combines topics in areas such as Young's modulus, Edge, Surface modification and Austenite. He usually deals with Pseudoelasticity and limits it to topics linked to Porosity and Full recovery and Modulus.
Mohammad Elahinia mainly investigates Shape-memory alloy, Nickel titanium, Composite material, Pseudoelasticity and Selective laser melting. His study with Shape-memory alloy involves better knowledge in Metallurgy. His research in Nickel titanium tackles topics such as Mechanical engineering which are related to areas like Bone plate.
His work on Microstructure as part of general Composite material study is frequently linked to Fabrication, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. In his research, Ultimate tensile strength is intimately related to Texture, which falls under the overarching field of Microstructure. He has researched Selective laser melting in several fields, including Porosity and Plasticity.
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Manufacturing and processing of NiTi implants: A review
Mohammad H. Elahinia;Mahdi Hashemi;Majid Tabesh;Sarit B. Bhaduri.
Progress in Materials Science (2012)
Fabrication of NiTi through additive manufacturing: A review
Mohammad Elahinia;Narges Shayesteh Moghaddam;Mohsen Taheri Andani;Mohsen Taheri Andani;Amirhesam Amerinatanzi.
Progress in Materials Science (2016)
Nonlinear Control of a Shape Memory Alloy Actuated Manipulator
Mohammad H. Elahinia;Hashem Ashrafiuon.
Journal of Vibration and Acoustics (2002)
Metals for bone implants. Part 1. Powder metallurgy and implant rendering.
Mohsen Taheri Andani;Narges Shayesteh Moghaddam;Christoph Haberland;David Dean.
Acta Biomaterialia (2014)
Effect of manufacturing parameters on mechanical properties of 316L stainless steel parts fabricated by selective laser melting: A computational framework
Arman Ahmadi;Reza Mirzaeifar;Narges Shayesteh Moghaddam;Ali Sadi Turabi.
Materials & Design (2016)
On the development of high quality NiTi shape memory and pseudoelastic parts by additive manufacturing
Christoph Haberland;Mohammad Elahinia;Jason M Walker;Horst Meier.
Smart Materials and Structures (2014)
The influence of heat treatment on the thermomechanical response of Ni-rich NiTi alloys manufactured by selective laser melting
Soheil Saedi;Ali Sadi Turabi;Mohsen Taheri Andani;Mohsen Taheri Andani;Christoph Haberland.
Journal of Alloys and Compounds (2016)
On the effects of selective laser melting process parameters on microstructure and thermomechanical response of Ni-rich NiTi
Soheil Saedi;Narges Shayesteh Moghaddam;Amirhesam Amerinatanzi;Mohammad Elahinia.
Acta Materialia (2018)
An enhanced SMA phenomenological model: I. The shortcomings of the existing models
Mohammad H Elahinia;Mehdi Ahmadian.
Smart Materials and Structures (2005)
Control of an automotive shape memory alloy mirror actuator
Eric A. Williams;Gordon Shaw;Mohammad Elahinia.
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