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Pania Newell (Meshgin)
Pania Newell (Meshgin)
Associate professor, Mechanical Engineering, The University of Utah
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Utilization of phase change materials and rubber particles to improve thermal and mechanical properties of mortar
P Meshgin, Y Xi, Y Li
Construction and Building Materials 28 (1), 713-721, 2012
1252012
Experimental and analytical investigations of creep of epoxy adhesive at the concrete–FRP interfaces
P Meshgin, KK Choi, MMR Taha
International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives 29 (1), 56-66, 2009
1232009
Effect of phase-change materials on properties of concrete
P Meshgin, Y Xi
ACI Materials Journal 109 (1), 71, 2012
1132012
The third Sandia Fracture Challenge: predictions of ductile fracture in additively manufactured metal
SLB Kramer, A Jones, A Mostafa, B Ravaji, T Tancogne-Dejean, CC Roth, ...
International Journal of Fracture 218, 5-61, 2019
822019
Coupled multiphase flow and geomechanics model for analysis of joint reactivation during CO2 sequestration operations
MJ Martinez, P Newell, JE Bishop, DZ Turner
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 17, 148-160, 2013
752013
Shear creep of epoxy at the concrete–FRP interfaces
KK Choi, P Meshgin, MMR Taha
Composites Part B: Engineering 38 (5-6), 772-780, 2007
732007
Basement fault reactivation by fluid injection into sedimentary reservoirs: Poroelastic effects
Z Fan, P Eichhubl, P Newell
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 124 (7), 7354-7369, 2019
702019
Multi-scale composite models for the effective thermal conductivity of PCM-concrete
P Meshgin, Y Xi
Construction and Building Materials 48, 371-378, 2013
682013
Elastic, viscoelastic, and strength properties of Marcellus Shale specimens
A Kamali-Asl, E Ghazanfari, P Newell, M Stevens
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 171, 662-679, 2018
482018
Overview of geological carbon storage (GCS)
P Newell, AG Ilgen
Science of carbon storage in deep saline formations, 1-13, 2019
452019
Chemo-mechanical phase-field modeling of dissolution-assisted fracture
L Schuler, AG Ilgen, P Newell
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 362, 112838, 2020
252020
Mechanical analysis of heterogeneous materials with higher-order parameters
B Vazic, BE Abali, H Yang, P Newell
Engineering with Computers, 1-17, 2021
242021
A numerical-homogenization based phase-field fracture modeling of linear elastic heterogeneous porous media
B He, L Schuler, P Newell
Computational Materials Science 176, 109519, 2020
242020
Geomechanical behavior of cambrian mount simon sandstone reservoir lithofacies, iowa shelf, usa
T Dewers, P Newell, S Broome, J Heath, S Bauer
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 21, 33-48, 2014
242014
Effect of domain size, boundary, and loading conditions on mechanical properties of amorphous silica: A reactive molecular dynamics study
T Vo, B Reeder, A Damone, P Newell
Nanomaterials 10 (1), 54, 2019
202019
Molecular scale insight of pore morphology relation with mechanical properties of amorphous silica using ReaxFF
T Vo, B He, M Blum, A Damone, P Newell
Computational Materials Science 183, 109881, 2020
192020
Influence of microstructure on size effect for metamaterials applied in composite structures
BE Abali, B Vazic, P Newell
Mechanics Research Communications 122, 103877, 2022
172022
Coupled chemical-mechanical processes associated with the injection of CO2 into subsurface
AG Ilgen, P Newell, T Hueckel, DN Espinoza, M Hu
Science of carbon storage in deep saline formations, 337-359, 2019
172019
Heterogeneity, pore pressure, and injectate chemistry: Control measures for geologic carbon storage
DW Thomas Dewersa, Peter Eichhubl, Ben Ganis, Steven Gomez, Jason Heath ...
International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 68, 203–215, 2017
17*2017
Impact of layer thickness and well orientation on caprock integrity for geologic carbon storage
P Newell, MJ Martinez, P Eichhubl
Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 155, 100-108, 2017
172017
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