Namas Chandra
Namas Chandra
Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Director of Center for Injury Biomechanics
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Some issues in the application of cohesive zone models for metal–ceramic interfaces
N Chandra, H Li, C Shet, H Ghonem
International Journal of Solids and Structures 39 (10), 2827-2855, 2002
Interactions of oxidative stress and neurovascular inflammation in the pathogenesis of traumatic brain injury
PM Abdul-Muneer, N Chandra, J Haorah
Molecular neurobiology 51 (3), 966-979, 2015
Induction of oxidative and nitrosative damage leads to cerebrovascular inflammation in an animal model of mild traumatic brain injury induced by primary blast
PM Abdul-Muneer, H Schuetz, F Wang, M Skotak, J Jones, S Gorantla, ...
Free Radical Biology and Medicine 60, 282-291, 2013
Local elastic properties of carbon nanotubes in the presence of Stone-Wales defects
N Chandra, S Namilae, C Shet
Physical Review B 69 (9), 094101, 2004
Analysis of energy balance when using cohesive zone models to simulate fracture processes
C Shet, N Chandra
Journal of engineering materials and technology 124, 440, 2002
Interfacial mechanics of push-out tests: theory and experiments
N Chandra, H Ghonem
Composites part A: applied science and manufacturing 32 (3-4), 575-584, 2001
Analysis of crack growth and crack-tip plasticity in ductile materials using cohesive zone models
H Li, N Chandra
International Journal of Plasticity 19 (6), 849-882, 2003
Multiscale model to study the effect of interfaces in carbon nanotube-based composites
S Namilae, N Chandra
Journal of Engineering materials and technology 127, 222, 2005
Mechanics of blast loading on the head models in the study of traumatic brain injury using experimental and computational approaches
S Ganpule, A Alai, E Plougonven, N Chandra
Biomechanics and modeling in mechanobiology 12 (3), 511-531, 2013
Blast-induced biomechanical loading of the rat: an experimental and anatomically accurate computational blast injury model
A Sundaramurthy, A Alai, S Ganpule, A Holmberg, E Plougonven, ...
Journal of neurotrauma 29 (13), 2352-2364, 2012
Analysis of interfacial behavior in MMCs and IMCs by the use of thin-slice push-out tests
N Chandra, CR Ananth
Composites Science and Technology 54 (1), 87-100, 1995
Constitutive behavior of superplastic materials
N Chandra
International journal of non-linear mechanics 37 (3), 461-484, 2002
Mechanical behavior of functionalized nanotubes
S Namilae, N Chandra, C Shet
Chemical Physics Letters 387 (4-6), 247-252, 2004
Antioxidant gene therapy against neuronal cell death
J Navarro-Yepes, L Zavala-Flores, A Anandhan, F Wang, M Skotak, ...
Pharmacology & Therapeutics 142 (2), 206-230, 2014
Atomistic simulation of grain boundary sliding and migration
N Chandra, P Dang
Journal of Materials Science 34 (4), 655-666, 1999
Evolution of Blast Wave Profiles in Simulated Air Blasts: Experiment and Computational Modeling
N Chandra, S Ganpule, NN Kleinschmit, R Feng, AD Holmberg, ...
Shock Waves: An International Journal on Shock Waves, 2012
Role of helmet in the mechanics of shock wave propagation under blast loading conditions
S Ganpule, L Gu, A Alai, N Chandra
Computer methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering, 1-12, 2011
Rat injury model under controlled field-relevant primary blast conditions: acute response to a wide range of peak overpressures
M Skotak, F Wang, A Alai, A Holmberg, S Harris, RC Switzer, N Chandra
Journal of neurotrauma 30 (13), 1147-1160, 2013
Animal models of traumatic brain injury and assessment of injury severity
X Ma, A Aravind, BJ Pfister, N Chandra, J Haorah
Molecular neurobiology 56 (8), 5332-5345, 2019
Novel processing and characterization of Cu/CNF nanocomposite for high thermal conductivity applications
JF Silvain, C Vincent, JM Heintz, N Chandra
Composites Science and Technology 69 (14), 2474-2484, 2009
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