Recent Doctoral Theses-Department of Materials Science and Engineering - Carnegie Mellon University

1993 Doctoral Theses

Yuan-Chang Chang
Crystal Structure and Nucleation Behavior of [111] Precipitates in an Al-3.9Cu-0.5Mg-0.5Ag (wt%) Alloy
Advisor: Jim Howe

Byung-Ki Cheong
Cubic to Tetragonal Crystal Lattice Reconstruction During Ordering or Decomposition
Advisor: David Laughlin.

Joo-Youl Huh
Coherent Phase Equilibria in Crystalline Solids
Advisor: Bill Johnson

Warren H. Hunt, Jr.
Microstructural Damage Processes in an Aluminum Matrix-Silicon Particle Composite Model System
Advisor: Anthony Thompson

Pang-Jen Kung
The Combined Roles of Anisotropy and Microstructural Inhomogeneity in Determining the Effective Pinning Energy in High-Temperature Superconductors
Advisor: Michael McHenry

Yinshi Liu
Surface Phase Transitions Induced by Surface Segregation in Cu-Ag Alloys
Advisor: Paul Wynblatt

Jeffrey P. Simmons
Analysis of Coupled Barrierless First Order AlÆLi2 Ordering and Phase Separation Reactions Important in Al-Li Age Hardening Alloys
Advisor: David Laughlin

Charles H. Ward
Microstructural Effects on the Deformation and Fracture of the Alloy Ti-25Al-10Nb-3V-1Mo
Advisor: Tony Thompson

Daniel M. Watkins
Multi-axial Compaction of Powder Compacts at Elevated Temperatures
Advisor: Henry Piehler

Yuting Zhang
Slag Foaming in the Bath-Smelting Process
Advisor: Richard Fruehan.