Masoud Rashidi

Doktorand at Department of Physics, Materials Microstructure

He was born in 1987. He was awarded MSc degree in Materials Science and Engineering from KTH-Royal Institute of Technology in 2013. He did his master thesis project at Linkoping University in collaboration with Sapa Technology, TitanX Engines Cooling, and KTH on Al-Mg-Si alloys. He has been a PhD student since April 2013 aiming to develop a new generation of 9-12 % Cr steels to be used in thermal power generations. This will be done by microstructure characterization of different trial steels using Scanning Electron Microscopy, Transmission Electron Microscopy, and Atom Probe Tomography.

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Projects

2014–2018

Design of a new generation of 12% chromium steels

Fang Liu Department of Applied Physics, Materials Microstructure
Hans-Olof Andrén Department of Physics, Materials Microstructure
Masoud Rashidi Department of Physics, Materials Microstructure
Swedish Energy Agency
VGB Research Foundation

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Publications

2017

Microstructure of Z-Phase Strengthened Martensitic Steels: Meeting the 650°C Challenge

Fang Liu, Masoud Rashidi, John Hald et al
Materials Science Forum. Vol. 879, p. 1147-1152
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2016

Initial study of the microstructure of carbon fibres acting as negative electrodes in structural battery composites

Fang Liu, Masoud Rashidi, Leif Asp et al
Procedings of 17th European Conference on Composite Materials, ECCM17
Conference paper - peer reviewed
2016

A new 12% chromium steel strengthened by Z-phase precipitates

Fang Liu, Masoud Rashidi, Lennart Johansson et al
Scripta Materialia. Vol. 113, p. 93-96
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed
2014

Microstructure characterization of two Z-phase strengthened 12%chromium steels

Masoud Rashidi, Fang Liu, Hans-Olof Andrén et al
10th Liège Conference on Materials for Advanced Power Engineering. September 14th - 17th, 2014.
Conference paper - peer reviewed