Ali Esmaeili

Visiting Researcher at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Material and Computational Mechanics

Showing 9 publications

2019

Construction of macroscale yield surfaces for ductile composites based on a virtual testing strategy

Ali Esmaeili, Saeed Asadi, Fredrik Larsson et al
European Journal of Mechanics, A/Solids. Vol. 77
Journal article
2018

Thermomechanical capacity of wheel treads at stop braking: A parametric study

Mandeep Singh Walia, Ali Esmaeili, Tore V Vernersson et al
International Journal of Fatigue. Vol. 113, p. 407-415
Journal article
2018

Modelling of cyclic plasticity and phase transformations during repeated local heating events in rail and wheel steels

Ali Esmaeili, Johan Ahlström, Magnus Ekh
Proceedings - 11th International Conference on Contact Mechanics and Wear of Rail/Wheel Systems, p. 245-252
Paper in proceedings
2017

A methodology to predict thermomechanical cracking of railway wheel treads: From experiments to numerical predictions

Ali Esmaeili, Mandeep Singh Walia, Kazuyuki Handa et al
International Journal of Fatigue. Vol. 105, p. 71-85
Journal article
2016

Thermal impact on rolling contact fatigue and capacity of railway wheels

Mandeep Singh Walia, Ali Esmaeili, Kazuyuki Handa et al
Proceedings Eurobrake 2016 (Milan), p. 10-
Paper in proceedings
2015

Thermomechanical cracking of railway wheel treads: a combined experimental and numerical approach

Ali Esmaeili, Sara Caprioli, Anders Ekberg et al
Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Contact Mechanics and Wear of Rail/Wheel Systems (CM2015), p. 8-
Paper in proceedings
2015

High Temperature Tread Braking Simulations Employing Advanced Modelling of Wheel Materials

Ali Esmaeili, Tore V Vernersson, Dimitrios Nikas et al
IHHA 2015,Perth,Australia
Paper in proceedings

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