Lewandowski, John, PhD
Dr. John Lewandowski’s research and teaching interests are primarily in the areas of processing/structure/property relationships in ferrous and non-ferrous engineering materials; effects of superposed pressure on deformation/fracture; fatigue and fracture of intermetallics and composites, bulk metallic glass, and layered/laminated materials; deformation processing; blast-resistant materials; advanced engineered materials systems; fracture and fatigue of biomedical materials; failure analysis; and additive manufacturing.
- Investigator, Cleveland FES Center
- Professor, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
- Director, Advanced Manufacturing and Mechanical Reliability Center, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
- Director, Nitinol Commercialization Accelerator Laboratory, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH
- Lewandowski, J.J., Varadarajan, R., Smith, B., Tuma, C., Shazly, M., and Vatamanu, L.O. (2008). “Tension and Fatigue Behavior of 316LVM 1×7 Multi-strand Cables used as Implantable Electrodes”, Materials Science and Engineering A, 486(1-2), pp. 447-454.
- Lewandowski, J.J. , Varadarajan, R., and Smith, B. (2008). “Tension and Fatigue Behavior of Silver-cored Composite Multi-strand Cables Used as Implantable Cables and Electrodes”, Materials Science and Engineering A, 492, pp. 191-198.
- Lavvafi, H., Lewandowski, J.R., and Lewandowski, J.J. (2014). “Flex Bending Fatigue of Wires and Ribbons”, Materials Science and Engineering A, 601, pp. 123-130.
- Gbur, J. and Lewandowski, J.J. (2015) “Fracture and Fatigue of Wires and Cables Used in the Biomedical Industry”, International Materials Reviews, in press.
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