Fatih Dogan

Materials Science and Engineering Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla, MO, United States 
Materials Science Engineering, Energy
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Dogan F, Hadavinia H, Donchev T, et al. (2015) Delamination of impacted composite structures by cohesive zone interface elements and tiebreak contact Central European Journal of Engineering. 2: 612-626
Hartvigsen JL, Smith JD, Dogan F. (2015) New low to medium temperature electrolyte separation method and system for alkaline water electrolysis Ecs Transactions. 68: 133-137
Minh NQ, Budur A, Dogan F. (2015) SOFC stack operation: Effects of electrode-interconnect contacts Ecs Transactions. 68: 2273-2278
Dogan F, Chao S, Peng J, et al. (2014) Vanadium doped nanostructured TiO2 dielectrics Prehospital and Disaster Medicine. 1645
Dogan F, Tritt TM, Sekino T, et al. (2014) Ceramic Transactions: Preface Ceramic Transactions. 246: ix
Siddabattuni S, Schuman TP, Dogan F. (2013) Dielectric properties of polymer-particle nanocomposites influenced by electronic nature of filler surfaces Acs Applied Materials and Interfaces. 5: 1917-1927
Buyukaksoy A, Petrovsky V, Dogan F. (2013) Stability and performance of YSZ infiltrated platinum electrodes for sensors and solid oxide cells Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings. 1542: 13-19
Sarikaya A, Petrovsky V, Dogan F. (2013) High temperature stability of silver based porous nanocomposites for electrochemical devices Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings. 1542: 8-12
Buyukaksoy A, Petrovsky V, Dogan F. (2013) Solid oxide fuel cells with symmetrical Pt-YSZ electrodes prepared by YSZ infiltration Journal of the Electrochemical Society. 160: F482-F486
Siddabattuni S, Schuman TP, Petrovsky V, et al. (2013) Impedance analysis of dielectric nanoparticles enabled via a self-assembled monolayer Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 96: 1490-1496
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