Youness used to work on mechanical characterization of engineering materials through experimental and numerical methods. He has been mostly working on failure mechanisms, fatigue, fracture, fretting and impact. Upon joining Schwartz group in 2015 as a PhD student of Mechanical Engineering, he started to work on Magneto-Electro-Mechanical modeling of multiferroic magnetoelectric thin-film composites. His main goal is to improve the magnetoelectric coupling by interface engineering, modeling the strain transfer between the two phases and resultant magnetoelectric behavior.
- – Alvandi-Tabrizi, Y., Whisler, D. A., Kim, H., & Rabiei, A. (2015). High strain rate behavior of composite metal foams. Materials Science and Engineering: A, 631, 248-257. (+)
- – H-Gangaraj, S. M., Alvandi-Tabrizi, Y., Farrahi, G. H., Majzoobi, G. H., & Ghadbeigi, H. (2011). Finite element analysis of shot-peening effect on fretting fatigue parameters. Tribology International, 44(11), 1583-1588. (+)
- – Chakherlou, T. N., Alvandi-Tabrizi, Y., & Kiani, A. (2011). On the fatigue behavior of cold expanded fastener holes subjected to bolt tightening. International Journal of Fatigue, 33(6), 800-810. (+)
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