Samrand Shafeie

Researcher at Chalmers, Physics, Materials and Surface Theory

Showing 6 publications

2018

Aluminizing for enhanced oxidation resistance of ductile refractory high-entropy alloys

Saad Ahmed Sheikh, Lu Gan, Te Kang Tsao et al
Intermetallics. Vol. 103, p. 40-51
Journal article
2016

Alloy design for intrinsically ductile refractory high-entropy alloys

Saad Ahmed Sheikh, Samrand Shafeie, Q. Hu et al
Journal of Applied Physics. Vol. 120 (16), p. Art no 164902-
Journal article
2015

High-entropy alloys as high-temperature thermoelectric materials

Samrand Shafeie, Sheng Guo, Q. Hu et al
Journal of Applied Physics. Vol. 118 (18)
Journal article
2015

Crystal structure, thermal expansion and high-temperature electrical conductivity of A-site deficient La2-zCo1+y(MgxNb1-x)1-yO6 double perovskites

Samrand Shafeie, B. Dreyer, R.H.P. Awater et al
Journal of Solid State Chemistry. Vol. 229, p. 243-251
Journal article
2012

Tracking of high-temperature thermal expansion and transport properties vs. oxidation state of cobalt between +2 and +3 in the La 2Co 1+z(Ti 1-xMg x) 1-zO 6-system

Samrand Shafeie, J. Grins, S. Y. Istomin et al
Journal of Materials Chemistry. Vol. 22 (32), p. 16269-16276
Journal article
2012

Synthesis and characterisation of the novel double perovskites La2CrB2/3Nb1/3O6, B = Mg, Ni, Cu

G. Svensson, J. Grins, Samrand Shafeie et al
Materials Research Bulletin. Vol. 47 (9), p. 2449-2454
Journal article

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Showing 1 research projects

2018–2020

Modulated Composite Structures: A 3D Bulk Approach to Incoherent Hetero-Structure Interface Engineering in Oxides for Future Low Temperature Energy Applications (MODCOMS)

Göran Wahnström Materials and Surface Theory
Samrand Shafeie Materials and Surface Theory
European Commission (Horizon 2020)

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