danial faghihi
danial faghihi
Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University at Buffalo
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A Bayesian framework for adaptive selection, calibration, and validation of coarse-grained models of atomistic systems
K Farrell, JT Oden, D Faghihi
Journal of Computational Physics 295, 189-208, 2015
Thermo-mechanical strain gradient plasticity with energetic and dissipative length scales
GZ Voyiadjis, D Faghihi
International Journal of Plasticity 30, 218-247, 2012
Determination of nanoindentation size effects and variable material intrinsic length scale for body-centered cubic metals
D Faghihi, GZ Voyiadjis
Mechanics of Materials 44, 189-211, 2012
Toward predictive multiscale modeling of vascular tumor growth
JT Oden, EABF Lima, RC Almeida, Y Feng, MN Rylander, D Fuentes, ...
Archives of Computational Methods in Engineering 23 (4), 735-779, 2016
Analytical and experimental determination of rate-and temperature-dependent length scales using nanoindentation experiments
GZ Voyiadjis, D Faghihi, C Zhang
Journal of Nanomechanics and Micromechanics 1 (1), 24-40, 2011
A theory for grain boundaries with strain-gradient plasticity
GZ Voyiadjis, D Faghihi, Y Zhang
International Journal of Solids and Structures 51 (10), 1872-1889, 2014
A computational framework for dynamic data-driven material damage control, based on Bayesian inference and model selection
JTO E. E. Prudencio, P. T. Bauman, D. Faghihi, K. Ravi-Chandar
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 102 (3-4), 379–403, 2014
Predictive computational science: Computer predictions in the presence of uncertainty
JT Oden, I Babuška, D Faghihi
Encyclopedia of Computational Mechanics Second Edition, 1-26, 2017
Gradient plasticity for thermo-mechanical processes in metals with length and time scales
GZ Voyiadjis, D Faghihi
Philosophical Magazine 93 (9), 1013-1053, 2013
Variable (intrinsic) material length scale for face-centred cubic metals using nano-indentation
GZ Voyiadjis, D Faghihi
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part N: Journal of …, 2010
A dynamic data driven application system for real-time monitoring of stochastic damage
EE Prudencio, PT Bauman, SV Williams, D Faghihi, K Ravi-Chandar, ...
Procedia Computer Science 18, 2056-2065, 2013
Localization in stainless steel using microstructural based viscoplastic model
GZ Voyiadjis, D Faghihi
International Journal of Impact Engineering 54, 114-129, 2013
Size effects and length scales in nanoindentation for body-centred cubic materials with application to iron
D Faghihi, GZ Voyiadjis
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part N: Journal of …, 2010
Real-time inference of stochastic damage in composite materials
EE Prudencio, PT Bauman, SV Williams, D Faghihi, K Ravi-Chandar, ...
Composites Part B: Engineering 67, 209-219, 2014
Coupled thermomechanical modeling of small volume fcc metals
D Faghihi, GZ Voyiadjis, T Park
Journal of engineering materials and technology 135 (2), 2013
Microstructure to macro-scale using gradient plasticity with temperature and rate dependent length scale
GZ Voyiadjis, D Faghihi
Procedia IUTAM 3, 205-227, 2012
Friction coefficient evaluation using physically based viscoplasticity model at the contact region during high velocity sliding
GZ Voyiadjis, B Deliktas, D Faghihi, A Lodygowski
Acta mechanica 213 (1), 39-52, 2010
Optimal control theory for personalized therapeutic regimens in oncology: Background, history, challenges, and opportunities
AM Jarrett, D Faghihi, DA Hormuth, EABF Lima, J Virostko, G Biros, D Patt, ...
Journal of clinical medicine 9 (5), 1314, 2020
Overview of enhanced continuum theories for thermal and mechanical responses of the microsystems in the fast-transient process
GZ Voyiadjis, D Faghihi
Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology 136 (4), 2014
A thermodynamic consistent model for coupled strain-gradient plasticity with temperature
D Faghihi, GZ Voyiadjis
Journal of engineering materials and technology 136 (1), 2014
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