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  • Huilong Hou, Mark W Horn and Reginald Felix Hamilton, 2016, "Biased Target Ion Beam Deposition and Nanoskiving for Fabricating NiTi Alloy Nanowires", Shape Memory and Superelasticity, 2, (4)
  • Reginald Felix Hamilton, Mary I Frecker, Todd Palmer and Jovana Jovanova, 2016, "Target Shape Optimization of Functionally Graded Shape Memory Alloy Compliant Mechanism", American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • Huilong Hou, Reginald Felix Hamilton and Mark W Horn, 2016, "Crystallization of nanoscale NiTi alloy thin films using rapid thermal annealing", Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, 34
  • Mohammad Elahinia, Narges Shayesteh Moghaddam, Mohsen Taheri Andani, Amirhesam Amerinatanzi, Beth A. Bimber and Reginald Felix Hamilton, 2016, "Fabrication of NiTi through additive manufacturing: A review", Progress in Materials Science, 83
  • Huilong Hou, Reginald Felix Hamilton and Mark W Horn, 2016, "Narrow thermal hysteresis of NiTi shape memory alloy thin films with submicrometer thickness", Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A: Vacuum, Surfaces, and Films, 34, (5)
  • Beth A Bimber, Reginald Felix Hamilton, Todd Palmer and Jayme S Keist, 2016, "Anisotropic microstructure and superelasticity of additive manufactured NiTi alloy bulk builds using laser directed energy deposition", Materials Science and Engineering A, 674
  • H. Jung, A. Pena-Francesch, Alham Saadat, A. Sebastian, D. H. Kim, Reginald Felix Hamilton, Istvan Albert, Benjamin D Allen and Melik C Demirel, 2016, "Molecular tandem repeat strategy for elucidating mechanical properties of high-strength proteins", Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113, (23)
  • Osman E Ozbulut, Reginald Felix Hamilton, Muhammad Sherif and Asheesh Lanba, 2015, "Feasibility of self-prestressing concrete members using shape memory alloys", Journal of Intelligent Material Systems and Structures, 26, (18)
  • Huilong Hou, Reginald Felix Hamilton and Mark W Horn, 2015, "Crystallization and microstructure evolution of nanoscale NiTi thin films prepared by biased target ion beam deposition", Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B, 34, (1)
  • Huilong Hou and Reginald Felix Hamilton, 2015, "Free-standing NiTi alloy nanowires fabricated by nanoskiving", Nanoscale, 7, (32)
  • Reginald Felix Hamilton, Asheesh Lanba, Osman E Ozbulut and Bernhard R Tittmann, 2015, "Shape Memory Effect in Cast versus Deformation-Processed NiTiNb Alloys", Shape Memory and Superelasticity, 1, (2)
  • Reginald Felix Hamilton and Asheesh Lanba, 2015, "The Impact of Martensite Deformation on Shape Memory Effect Recovery Strain Evolution", Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 46, (8)
  • Huilong Hou, Reginald Felix Hamilton and Mark W Horn, 2015, "Structure and interfacial analysis of nanoscale TiNi thin film prepared by biased target ion beam depositio", Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A, pp. 13
  • Reginald Felix Hamilton, Todd A Palmer and Beth A Bimber, 2015, "Spatial characterization of the thermal-induced phase transformation throughout as-deposited additive manufactured NiTi bulk builds", Scripta Materialia, 101
  • Muhammad Sherif, Osman Ozbulut and Reginald Felix Hamilton, 2015, "Self-post-tensioning for concrete elements using shape memory alloys", Transportation Research Board 94th Annual Meeting, TRB committee AFF30 Concrete Bridges, Washington, DC
  • Simone C Michaels, Kenneth C Moses, Bachmann J Richard, Reginald Felix Hamilton, Abdon Pena-Francesch, Asheesh Lanba, Melik C Demirel and Quinn D Quinn, 2015, Biomimicry of the Manduca Sexta Forewing Using SRT Protein Complex for FWMAV Development, Springer International Publishing, pp. 6
  • Huilong Hou, Reginald Felix Hamilton, M. W. Horn and Y. Jin, 2014, "NiTi thin films prepared by biased target ion beam depositionco-sputtering from elemental Ni and Ti targets", Thin Solid Films 570 Part A, pp. 1-6
  • Reginald Felix Hamilton, Asheesh Lanba and Osman Ozbulut, 2014, Characterization of Martensitic Transformation Morphology in Wide Hysteresis Shape Memory Alloys, Springer International Publishing
  • A. Lanba and Reginald Felix Hamilton, 2014, "Elastic and Irreversible Energies of a Two-Stage Martensitic Transformation in NiTi utilizing Calorimetric Measurements", Metallurgical and Materials Transactions, 45, (14-Jun), pp. 2732-2740
  • Muhammad Sherif, Osman Ozbulut, Asheesh Lanba and Reginald Felix Hamilton, 2014, "Self-post-tensioning for concrete beams using shape memory alloys", ASME
  • Garrett J Pataky, Michael D Sangid, Huseyin Sehitoglu, Reginald Felix Hamilton, Hans J Maier and Petros Sofronis, 2012, "Full field measurements of anisotropic stress intensity factor ranges in fatigue", Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 94
  • Asheesh Lanba and Reginald Felix Hamilton, 2012, "LOCALIZED STRAIN MORPHOLOGY DURING THE MARTENSITIC TRANSFORMATION IN TRAINED SHAPE MEMORY ALLOYS", METLAB-SDSU, Brookings, South Dakota
  • Michael D Sangid, Garrett J Pataky, Huseyin Sehitoglu, Reginald Felix Hamilton and Hans J Maier, 2011, "High resolution analysis of opening and sliding in fatigue crack growth", International Journal of Fatigue, 37
  • Reginald Felix Hamilton, Savas Dilibal, Huseyin Sehitoglu and Hans J Maier, 2011, "Underlying mechanism of dual hysteresis in NiMnGa single crystals", Materials Science and Engineering A, 528, (3)
  • Savas Dilibal, Huseyin Sehitoglu, Reginald Felix Hamilton, Hans J Maier and Yuri Chumlyakov, 2010, "On the volume change in Co-Ni-Al during pseudoelasticity", Materials Science and Engineering A, 528, (6)
  • Asheesh Lanba and Reginald Felix Hamilton, , "NiTi-based SMAs for Self-Post-Tensioned Bridge Girders", DEStech Publications, Inc
 

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