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

2000 Doctoral Theses

Nicholas E. Biery
Local Deformation and Bulk Properties in Gamma-TiAl Based Alloys
Advisors:Tresa Pollock and Marc De Graef

Vinent Chevrier
Droplet and Bubble Separation at the Interface Between a Liquid Metal and a Liquid Slag
Advisor: Alan Cramb

Lisa Eastep
The Effect of Post Combustion and Post Combustion Gases in the Electric Arc Furnace
Advisor: Richard Fruehan

Luana Iorio
The Effect of Increasing Carbon Level on Titanium Carbosulfides and Their Influence on Toughness in Ultra-High Strength Steels
Advisor: Warren Garrison

Ding-Chung Lu
The Dislocation Substructures and Mechanical Properties of RuAl-based Intermetallic Compounds
Advisor: Tresa Pollock

Catherine Molloseau
Waste Oxide Recycling During Oxygen Steelmaking
Advisor: Richard Fruehan

Vijay Narayanan
Epitaxial Growth of Gallium Phosphide on Selected Silicon Surfaces
Advisor: Subhash Mahajan

Carl Orrling
Crystallization Phenomena in Slags
Advisor: Alan Cramb

Ravi Rastogi
Formation of Oxide Deposits During Liquid Steel Processing
Advisor: Alan Cramb

Hyunjong Shim
Study of Wetting and Adsorption Transitions in Ga-based Alloys
Advisor: Paul Wynblatt

Willaim Slye
The Determination of the Activities of Silicon and Aluminum in Iron-Chromium Melts
Advisor: Richard Fruehan

Zafer Turgut
Thermal Plasma Synthesis of Coated FeCo-FeCoV Nanoparticles as Precursors for Compacted Nanocrystalline Bulk Magnets
Advisor: Michael McHenry

Matthew Willard
Structural And Magnetic Characterization of HITPERM Soft Magnetic Materials for High Temperature Applications
Advisor: Michael McHenry

Chun-Te Wu
The Mesoscale Interface Mapping System (MIMS) with Application to Grain Boundary Characterizatio
Advisor: C.L. Bauer

Chih-Chao Yang
Extraction of Grain Boundary Energies and Mobilities from Triple Junction Geometry
Advisor: A.D. Rollet