• Formability of Magnesium Alloys AZ80 and ZE10

      Pasang, T; Satanin, V; Ramezani, M; Waseem, M; Neitzert, T (Trans Tech Publications Ltd., 2014)
      Formability of two magnesium alloys, namely, AZ80 and ZE10, has been investigated. Both alloys were supplied with a thickness of 0.8 mm. The grain structure of the as-received AZ80 alloy showed dislocations, twins and ...
    • Printing of Soft Stretchable Sensor From Carbon Black Composites

      Zhu, Y; Assadian, M; Ramezani, M; Aw, KC (MDPI, 2018)
      Demand for highly stretchable mechanical sensors for use in the fields of soft robotics and wearable sensors has been constantly rising. Carbon based materials as piezo-resistive material are low-cost and have been widely ...
    • Synthesis of As-sintered 60NiTi Parts with a High Open Porosity Level

      Khanlaria, K; Ramezani, M; Kelly, P; Cao, P; Neitzert, T (Scielo, 2018)
      60NiTi, despite exhibiting attractive chemical and mechanical properties desirable for biomedical applications, has not yet been processed to a porous structure suitable for general bone replacement applications. In this ...
    • Utilization of 3D Printing Technology to Facilitate and Standardize Soft Tissue Testing

      Scholze, M; Singh, A; Lozano, PF; Ondruschka, B; Ramezani, M; Werner, M; Hammer, N (Springer Nature Ltd., 2018)
      Three-dimensional (3D) printing has become broadly available and can be utilized to customize clamping mechanisms in biomechanical experiments. This report will describe our experience using 3D printed clamps to mount soft ...