Mohamed Amine Yousfi

Doktorand at Department of Physics, Materials Microstructure

I started my PhD in October 2011. The project aims at understanding the mechanisms of plastic deformation of WC-Co based cemented carbides at high temperature used as cutting and mining tools. High temperature creep testing, electron microscopy and atom probe tomography are used. I have a master in materials science from Luleå University of Technology and Ecole Européenne d’Ingénieur en Génie des Matériaux.

Source: chalmers.se

Projects

2014–2016

Effect of interface chemistry and structure on grain morphology and plastic deformation of cemented carbides

Göran Wahnström Department of Applied Physics, Materials and Surface Theory
Martin Gren Department of Applied Physics, Materials and Surface Theory
Hans-Olof Andrén Department of Applied Physics, Materials Microstructure
Lena Falk Department of Applied Physics, Materials Microstructure
Mohamed Amine Yousfi Department of Applied Physics, Materials Microstructure
Swedish Research Council (VR)
Seco Tools
Sandvik Coromant

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Publications

2015

Deformation mechanisms in a WC–Co based cemented carbide during creep

Mohamed Amine Yousfi, Jonathan Weidow, Anders Nordgren et al
International journal of refractory metals & hard materials. Vol. 49 (1), p. 81-87
Scientific journal article - peer reviewed