Sinan Keten
Sinan Keten
June and Donald Brewer Professor, Northwestern University, Mechanical Engineering, Civil & Env. Eng.
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Nanoconfinement controls stiffness, strength and mechanical toughness of β-sheet crystals in silk
S Keten, Z Xu, B Ihle, MJ Buehler
Nature materials 9 (4), 359-367, 2010
9322010
Molecular and nanostructural mechanisms of deformation, strength and toughness of spider silk fibrils
A Nova, S Keten, NM Pugno, A Redaelli, MJ Buehler
Nano letters 10 (7), 2626-2634, 2010
3162010
Geometric confinement governs the rupture strength of H-bond assemblies at a critical length scale
S Keten, MJ Buehler
Nano letters 8 (2), 743-748, 2008
2132008
Nanostructure and molecular mechanics of spider dragline silk protein assemblies
S Keten, MJ Buehler
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 7 (53), 1709-1721, 2010
2102010
Hierarchies, multiple energy barriers, and robustness govern the fracture mechanics of α-helical and β-sheet protein domains
T Ackbarow, X Chen, S Keten, MJ Buehler
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (42), 16410-16415, 2007
1992007
Theoretical and computational hierarchical nanomechanics of protein materials: Deformation and fracture
MJ Buehler, S Keten, T Ackbarow
Progress in Materials Science 53 (8), 1101-1241, 2008
1812008
The role of mechanics in biological and bio-inspired systems
P Egan, R Sinko, PR LeDuc, S Keten
Nature Communications 6 (1), 1-12, 2015
1222015
Processable cyclic peptide nanotubes with tunable interiors
R Hourani, C Zhang, R Van Der Weegen, L Ruiz, C Li, S Keten, BA Helms, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (39), 15296-15299, 2011
1092011
A coarse-grained model for the mechanical behavior of multi-layer graphene
L Ruiz, W Xia, Z Meng, S Keten
Carbon 82, 103-115, 2015
1012015
Atomistic model of the spider silk nanostructure
S Keten, MJ Buehler
Applied physics letters 96 (15), 153701, 2010
982010
Asymptotic strength limit of hydrogen-bond assemblies in proteins at vanishing pulling rates
S Keten, MJ Buehler
Physical Review Letters 100 (19), 198301, 2008
922008
Atomistic simulation of nanomechanical properties of Alzheimer’s Aβ (1–40) amyloid fibrils under compressive and tensile loading
R Paparcone, S Keten, MJ Buehler
Journal of biomechanics 43 (6), 1196-1201, 2010
862010
Substrate vs. free surface: Competing effects on the glass transition of polymer thin films
W Xia, S Mishra, S Keten
Polymer 54 (21), 5942-5951, 2013
822013
Dynamics of water and solute transport in polymeric reverse osmosis membranes via molecular dynamics simulations
M Shen, S Keten, RM Lueptow
Journal of Membrane Science 506, 95-108, 2016
792016
Systematic method for thermomechanically consistent coarse-graining: a universal model for methacrylate-based polymers
DD Hsu, W Xia, SG Arturo, S Keten
Journal of chemical theory and computation 10 (6), 2514-2527, 2014
782014
A comparative molecular dynamics study of crystalline, paracrystalline and amorphous states of cellulose
K Kulasinski, S Keten, SV Churakov, D Derome, J Carmeliet
Cellulose 21 (3), 1103-1116, 2014
742014
Recoverable slippage mechanism in multilayer graphene leads to repeatable energy dissipation
X Wei, Z Meng, L Ruiz, W Xia, C Lee, JW Kysar, JC Hone, S Keten, ...
ACS nano 10 (2), 1820-1828, 2016
632016
Thermomechanically consistent and temperature transferable coarse-graining of atactic polystyrene
DD Hsu, W Xia, SG Arturo, S Keten
Macromolecules 48 (9), 3057-3068, 2015
622015
Impact of moisture adsorption on structure and physical properties of amorphous biopolymers
K Kulasinski, R Guyer, S Keten, D Derome, J Carmeliet
Macromolecules 48 (8), 2793-2800, 2015
542015
Dimensions of biological cellulose nanocrystals maximize fracture strength
R Sinko, S Mishra, L Ruiz, N Brandis, S Keten
ACS Macro Letters 3 (1), 64-69, 2014
542014
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