Mohammad Rajabi

Mohammad Rajabi

محمد رجبي
Email:  m.rajabi[at]nit.ac.ir
Website:  http://mec.nit.ac.ir/?rajabi

Assistant Professor

Contact :

Dept of Manufacturing, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,

Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, P.O. Box 484, Babol, Iran. 

Tel : +98 111 3234205

Fax : +98 111 3212268

 
Qualifications
 Ph.D: Materials Science and Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2008.

M.Sc: Material Science and Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2002. 

B.Sc: Material Science and Engineering, Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2000.

 
Research Interests

Nanomaterials

Mechanical Alloying

Rapid Solidification

Powder Metallurgy

 
Honors and Awards
 
Previous and Present Positions
 
Professional Membership
 
Teaching Experiences
Advanced Thermodynamic, Phase Transformation, Advanced Powder Metallurgy, Material Science, Metallurgy.
 
Publications

 V. Firouzdor, M. Rajabi, E. Nejati, F. Khomamizadeh , “Effect of Microstructural Constituents on the Thermal Fatigue Life of A319 Aluminum Alloy”, Materials Science and Engineering A, 454-455 (2007) 528-535.

M. Rajabi, A. Simchi, M. Vahidi and P. Davami, “Effect of particle size on the microstructure of rapidly solidified Al-20Si-5Fe-2X (X=Cu, Ni, Cr) powder”, Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 466 (2008) 111-118.

M. Rajabi, A. Simchi, and P. Davami, Microstructure and mechanical properties of Al-20Si-5Fe-2X(X=Cu, Ni, Cr) alloys produced by melt-spinning”, Material Science and Engineering A, 492 (2008) 443-449.

M. Rajabi, M. Vahidi, A. Simchi, P. Davami, “Microstructural evolution during rapid solidification and hot consolidation of Al-20Si-5Fe alloy”, Rare Metals,  28 (2009) 639-645.

M. Rajabi, M. Vahidi, A. Simchi, P. Davami, “Effect of rapid solidification on the microstructure and mechanical properties of hot-pressed Al-20Si-5Fe alloys”, Materials characterization,  60 (2009)1370-1381.

       P. Moazzenipoor, M. Rajabi, P. Davami,  The effect of Mn addition on the microstructure and mechanical properties of gas-atomized Al-20Si-5Fe-3Cu-1Mg powder, Advanced Materials Research Vol. 410 (2012) 253-256.


 
Supervised Dissertations and Theses
 
Research Projects
 
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