Mohsin Raza is enrolled as an industrial Doctoral student at the research school Innofacture at the School of Innovation, Design and Engineering at Mälardalen University. Moshin has a background in Materials Science and Metallurgy involving the materials processing techniques. He has worked several years in the steel industry and started his career in research after completing his MSc degree in Materials Processing at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, in 2012. As part of his PhD studies he has participated in Swedish and European research projects mainly focused on process development for investment cast thin-walled components for gas turbines. He is currently working on methods to overcome effect of surface tension in thin-walled sections.
Mohsin's research is focused on process development for manufacturing of thin-walled components for gas turbines.
Effects of process related variations on defect formation in investment cast components (Mar 2018) Mohsin Raza, Pedro Silva , Mark Irwin , Björn Fagerström, Anders Jarfors Archives of Foundry Engineering (AFE)
Simulation based process design approach for manufacturing of light-weight cast components (Nov 2017) Mohsin Raza, Roger Svenningsson , Mark Irwin , Björn Fagerström, Anders Jarfors LIGHTer International Conference 2017 (LIGHTer)
Effects of Process Related Variations on Fillablity Simulation of Thin-Walled IN718 Structures (Nov 2017) Mohsin Raza, Roger Svenningsson , Mark Irwin , Björn Fagerström, Anders Jarfors International Journal of Metal Casting (Inter Metalcast)
Experimental study of the filling of thin-walled investment Castings in 17-4PH stainless steel (Sep 2015) Mohsin Raza, Roger Svenningsson , Mark Irwin Metallurgy and Foundry Engineering (MaFE)
The effect of shell thickness, insulation and casting temperature on defects formation during investment casting of Ni-base turbine blades (Sep 2015) Mohsin Raza, Mark Irwin , Björn Fagerström Archives of Foundry Engineering (AFE)
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