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

1996 Doctoral Theses

Kezhong Li
The Influence of Hydrogen on Gamma Titanium Aluminide Microstructures
Advisor: Anthony Thompson

Daniel A. Goldstein
Nitrogen Reactions in the EAF and OSM
Advisor: Richard Fruehan

Wei-Chun Cheng
Compositionally-Induced Surface Phase Transitions in Alloys
Advisor: Paul Wynblatt

Jason R. Jenny
Optical and Electrical Characterization of Vanadium-Doped SiC
Advisor: Marek Skowronski

Roberta A. Sutton
Irradiation Defects in Oxide Superconductors: Their Role in Flux Pinning
Advisor: Michael McHenry

Heather R. Uljon
Physical and Mathematical Modeling of Vacuum Degassing
Advisor: Richard Fruehan

Mandyam Sriram
A Study of the THIO-SOL-GEL Synthesis of Titanium Disulfide and its Structural and Electrochemical Characterization
Advisor: Prashant Kumta

David P. De Lo
Physical and Analytical Modeling of the Early Stages of Consolidationof Ti-6Al-4V Powder Compacts
Advisor: Henry Piehler

Werner Hans Hort
Coarsening of Misfitting Coherent Precipitates Under Applied Stress
Advisor: Bill Johnson

Shih-Hsien Liu
Measurement of FeO Activity in Bath Smelting Slags