Biography: Huseyin Sehitoglu



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Areas of Research
Thermo-mechanical Fatigue of Metals, Shape Memory and Phase Transformations
Graduate Thesis Research Advising

MS Students


Student Name

Year Graduated

Thesis Title

Placement

D. C. Slavik 

1986 

An Experimentally Based Unified Model for Isothermal and Thermo-mechanical Loading 

GE 

M. L. Karasek 

1986 

An Investigation Into Isothermal and Thermo-mechanical Fatigue Damage at Elevated Temperatures 

Snapper Tools 

P. L. Lalor 

1986 

Mechanics Aspects of Crack Closure 

Hibbitt, Karlsson-Sorenson 

R. W. Neu 

1988 

A Micro-Mechanistic Life Prediction Model Suitable for Isothermal and Thermo-Mechanical Fatigue 

Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology 

D. A. Boismier 

1988 

Thermo-Mechanical Fatigue Mechanisms and Life Prediction for MAR-M247 Nickel-Based Superalloy 

3M Corporation 

C. J. Kuhlman 

1988 

Simulation of the Quenching of Railroad Car Wheels 

Southwest Research Institute 

W. Sun 

1989 

Fatigue Crack Closure Study of Creep and Constraint Effects 

Doctoral Candidate, UIUC 

D. L. Mikrut 

1990 

Elevated Temperature Time Dependent Behavior of 0.7% Carbon Steels 

Caterpillar, Inc. 

J. C. Jur 

1992 

Compression Deformation and Failure Mechanisms of Unidirectional Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics 

Engine Design/Test Co 

S. G. Murphy 

1993 

Simulations of Cone Bore Growth in Railroad Journal Roller Bearings 

Woodward Governor 

W. W. Van Arsdell 

1993 

The Effect of Particle Size on the Thermomechanical Fatigue of Metal Matrix Composites 

Failure Associates 

J. K. Jacobus 

1995 

An Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Stress State on the Stress-Induced Martensitic Transformation in Cu-Zn-Al and Ni-Ti Shape Memory Alloys 

McKenzie Associates 

T. B-Y. Tai 

1996 

Fatigue Experiments and Modulus Degradation Modeling on Sheet Molding Compound 

Watkins-Johnson Co. 

K. A. Gall 

1996 

F.E.M. Study of Fatigue Crack Growth and Closure under Double Slip 

Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology 

A. M. Garcia 

1996 

A Model for Roughness Induced Fatigue Crack Closure 

Doctoral Candidate, UIUC 

T. J. Smith 

1998 

Thermo-Mechanical Modeling and Microstructural Evolution of a Cast Aluminum Alloy 

Senior Researcher, Exxon-Mobile 

J. H. Jones (P. Kurath, co-advisor) 

1998 

 

Hughes Space and Communication 

B. E. Alaca 

1999 

Mechanical Properties and Microstructure of the Aromatic Polyimide PMDA-ODA 

Doctoral Candidate, UIUC 

R. D. Anderson 

2000 

The Effect of Aging Treatments on Shape Memory and Pseudoelastic Behavior of Nickel-Titanium Single Crystals 

Lockheed Martin 

A. D. Viswanath 

2000 

Thermo-Mechanical Modeling and Experimental Results for Gray Cast Iron 

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D. Canadinc 

2001 

The Effect of Nitrogen and Aluminum on the Deformation Behavior of Hadfield Manganese Steel Single Crystals 

Doctoral Candidate, UIUC 

R. Hamilton 

2003 

The Effect of Heat Treatment and Ni Content on the Shape Memory Behavior of NiTi Single Crystals 

Doctoral Candidate, UIUC 

C. Efstathiou 

2003 

Experimental Investigation of Shape Memory Behavior in Fe-29%, Ni-18% Co-4% Ti(wt.%) 

Doctoral Candidate, UIUC 

S. Kibey 

2003 

Crack Closure in sliding Cracks 

Doctoral Candidate, UIUC 

C. Bartsch 

2003 

Materials Behaviour under Quenching Conditions 

Caterpillar 

K. Verzal 

2005  

Contact, Sliding and Wear 

3 M 

J. Callaway 

2006  

Magnetoshape Memory Power Generation 

 

T. Ezaz 

2006  

Cell Divisions Stresses 

Doctoral Candidate, UIUC 

M. Maheshwari 

2006  

Corner Stresses under Contact 

Motorola 

J. Oyelakin 

2009  

Thin Film Fracture 

Shell, Nigeria 

G. Pataky 

2011 

Fatigue of High Temperature Alloys 

U of I 

P. Bal 

2011  

Irreversibilities in Fatigue 

U of I 

S. Chowdury 

2012 (anticipated) 

Energetics of Shape Memory Alloys 

U of I 

Avinesh Ohja 

2012 (anticipated) 

Modeling Twinning in FeCr Alloys 

U of I  

PhD Students


Student Name

Year Graduated

Thesis Title

Placement

R. C. McClung 

1988 

Fatigue Crack Closure and Crack Growth Outside the Small Scale Yielding Regime 

Manager, Southwest Research Institute 

R. W. Neu 

1991 

An Investigation into the Mechanisms of Cone Bore Growth in Railroad Bearings 

Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology 

M. Karayaka 

1992 

An Investigation into Thermomechanical Fatigue of Metal Matrix Composites 

Exxon Mobile, Houston 

Y. Kadioglu 

1992 

Modelling of Thermo-mechanical Fatigue Behavior in Superalloys 

General Electric, Schenectady 

W. Sun 

1992 

Finite Element Simulations of Fatigue Crack Growth and Closure 

CTO SWAT, Computer Associates 

Y. Jiang 

1993 

Cyclic Plasticity with an Emphasis on Ratchetting 

Professor, University of Nevada, Reno 

K. A. Gall 

1998 

The Effect of Stress Staate and Precipitation on Stress-Induced Martensitic Transformations in Polycrystalline and Single Crystal Shape Memory Alloys: Experiments and Micro-Mechanical Modeling 

Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 

M. A. Balzer 

1998 

Mechanical Behavior of Metals Under Triaxial Stress: Apparatus and Experiments 

Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, CA 

I. Karaman 

2000 

The Competing Effects of Slip and Twinning on the Deformation of Hadfield Manganese Steel Single and Polycrystals 

Professor, Texas A&M University, College Park 

T. J. Foglesong 

2001 

Polycrystal Modeling of Precipitate Effects on the Mechanical Behavior of an Aluminum-Copper Alloy 

Exxon Mobile, Houston 

B. E. Alaca 

2003 

Fabrication of Nanowire Networks Through Stress-Guided Self-Assembly 

Associate Professor, KOC University, Turkey 

D. Canadinc 

2005 

Modeling of Stress-Strain Response of Hadfield Steels 

Assistant Professor, KOC University 

S. Kibey 

2007 

Mesoscale Models: Linking Atomistics and Continuum 

Research Scientist, Exxon Mobile, Houston, TX 

R. Hamilton 

2008 

Hysteresis in Phase Transformations 

Assistant Professor, Penn State University 

C. Efstathiou 

2008 

Experiments on Magnetic Shape Memory Materials 

Post Doc, Cornell University 

M. Sangid 

2010  

Fatigue Modeling of Udimet 720 

Assistant Professor, Purdue University 

T. Ezaz 

2011  

Slip-Twin Interactions and Shape Memory 

Intel, Portland 

J. Carroll (Joint with J. Lambros) 

2011  

Digital Image Correlation in Fatigue Crack Growth 

Sandia National Labs. 

W. Abuzaid 

2012 (anticipated)  

Fatigue of Superalloys- Slip Transfer Modeling and Experiments 

U of I  

Jifeng Wang 

2013(anticipated)  

Twinning in Shape Memory Alloys 

U of I 

Garrett Pataky 

2013 (anticipated)  

Fatigue-Creep of Haynes 230 

U of I 

Luca Patriarcha (jointly with Prof. Beretta Poly. Milano) 

2013 (anticipated)  

Twinning and Slip in FeCr 

 Poly. Di Milano

Piyas Chowdhury 

2014 (anticipated)  

Modeling of Nano-materials in Fatigue 

U of I  

5. Editorships of Journals or Other Learned Publications


Associate Editor, ASME, J. Pressure Vessel Technology, 1986-1989

Editorial Board, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 1995-date

Editor, ASME Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology, 2002-2008

Associate Editor, ASME Journal of Engineering Materials and Technology, 1995-00

Guest Editor, Special Issue of Journal of Engineering Materials Technology on Shape Memory Alloys, Oct. 1998

6. Post-doctoral Associates and Visiting Scientists in the Past Three Years




Name

Title (percent time)

Country of Origin

Permanent Employer

Years

S. H. Song 

Visiting Scholar (100%) 

Korea 

 

1998-99 

Y. Chumlyakov 

Visiting Scholar (100%) 

Russia 

Tomsk State University 

1998-99 

I. Kireeva 

Visiting Scholar (100%) 

Russia 

Tomsk State University 

1998-99 

C. Engler 

Postdoctoral Research Associate (100%) 

Brazil 

Ford Motor Company 

1999-00 

X. Zhang 

Postdoctoral Research Associate (100%) 

China 

Hong Kong University 

1999-00 

J. H. Jun 

Postdoctoral Research Associate (100%) 

Korea 

Yonsei University 

2000-01 

I. Karaman 

Postdoctoral Research Associate (100%) 

Turkey 

Texas A&M University 

2000-01 

T. Kotil 

Visiting Scholar (100%) 

Turkey 

CEO Turkish Airlines 

2001-02 

H. Woo 

Visiting Scholar (100%) 

Korea 

Dongguk University 

2002-03 

S. Foletti 

Visiting Scholar (100%) 

Italy 

Poly Milano 

2003 

Y. Chumlyakov 

Visiting Scholar (100%) 

Russia 

Tomsk State University 

2003-2004 

S. As 

Visiting Scholar (100%) 

Norway 

Norwegian University of Science and Technology 

2005 

J. H. Kim 

Visiting Scholar 

Korea 

Seoul National University  

2005-06 

K. Aslantas 

Visiting Scholar 

Turkey 

Afyon University, Turkey 

2005-06 

D. Canadinc  

Visiting Scholar 

Turkey 

KOÇ University, Turkey 

2007-2008 

Y. Liu 

Visiting Scholar 

Singapore 

Nanyang University 

2007 

R. Hamilton 

Assistant Professor 

USA 

Penn State 

2008 

C. Efstathiou 

Post Doc 

USA 

UIUC 

2008 

S. Dilibal 

Visiting Scholar 

Turkey 

Nato General Command 

2009 

G. Anlas 

Professor 

Turkey 

Bogazici University 

2010 

E. Guler 

Visiting Scholar (Assoc. Professor) 

Turkey 

Corum University 

2010-2011 

Buyang Lim 

Visiting Scholar (Professor) 

Korea 

Sungkyunkwan University 

2010-2011 

L. Patriarca  

Visiting Scholar 

Italy 

Politechnico di Milano 

2010-2011 

M. Sangid 

Post Doc 

USA 

Purdue University 

2010-2011 

A. Oral 

Post Doc 

USA 

Bogazici University, Turkey 

2011-2012 

Other Scholarly Activities

High Temperature Materials Laboratory

Established the High Temperature Materials Laboratory in the Mechanical Science and Engineering Department. This is a unique facility with computer controlled test machines for strain, load, environmental (vacuum), and temperature control. A high pressure intensifier is purchased to study material behavior at high pressures. Professor Sehitoglu expanded the activities to test miniature pumps and thin films. Recent emphasis has been on high resolution strain measurements. Some of these capabilities are also outlined in the research articles.

Director, Fracture Control Program



This is a consortium of ground vehicle companies. The main emphasis in the program is fatigue of metals.

Current Support


07 to 13 

Thin Structures 

Honeywell 

90 to 13 

Fracture Control Program (renewed on a yearly basis) 

Caterpillar, Arvin-Meritor, Honeywell 

06 to 13 

Midwest Structural Sciences Center 

Air Force Research Laboratory 

07 to 12

Modeling of Fatigue Crack Nucleation

Rolls Royce

08 to 13 

Twinning Studies via Experiments and DFT-Mesoscale Formulation 

NSF-DMR 

09 to 13 

Design of Transforming Materials 

NSF-ENG 

09 to 13 

Understanding Fundamental Materials Degradation Processes in High Temperature Aggressive Chemomechanical Environments 

NEUP-DoE 

11 to 14 

Twinning in bcc Metals 

NSF-ENG 

11 to 14 

Development of Austenitic ODS Strengthened Alloys for Very High Temperature Applications 

NEUP-DOE 



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