Texas A&M University at Qatar
Bilal Mansoor completed his Ph.D., Materials Science and Engineering, University of Michigan, 2010. M. S., Mechanical Engineeing, University of Michigan, 2006.
My teaching and research interests include: Mechanical Design and Behavior of Materials, Corrosion. Nano-structured Metallic Alloys and Composites, Cellular Materials, Superplasticity & Superplastic Forming, Friction Stir Joining, Additive Manufacturing and Biomedical Implants.
A. Dorbane, G. Ayoub, Mansour, R. Hamade, G. Kridli, and A. Imad, Observations of the mechanical response and evolution of damage of AA 6061-T6 under different strain rates and temperatures. Materials Science and Engineering: A, 2015. 624: p. 239-249.
K.A. Mahmoud, A. Mansour, and M. Khraisheh, Functional graphene nanosheets: The next generation membranes for water desalination. Desalination, 2015. 356: p. 208-225.
J. Young, G. Ayoub, Mansour, and D. Field, The effect of hot rolling on the microstructure, texture and mechanical properties of twin roll cast AZ31Mg. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 2015. 216: p. 315-327.