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Category: Engineering Materials (2003)
Reports Found: 12

Report Number: 20
Control of Crystallographic Texture by Means of Annealing in a High Magnetic Field
Facility: DC Field Facility
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Molodov, D. A., Aachen University, Institute of Physical Metallurgy und Metal Physics
PI: Molodov, D. A., Aachen University, Institute of Physical Metallurgy und Metal Physics

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Report Number: 120
Role of Nanotwins and Dislocations in High Strength and High Conductivity Bulk Cu
Facility: MS & T
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Han, K, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, MS&T
PI: Han, K, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, MS&T
Accepted by Acta Materilia
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Report Number: 165
Investigation and Development of Multifunctional Nanocomposites Using Magnetically Aligned Buckypaper of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
Facility: DC Field Facility
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Wang, B., FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, Industrial Engineering
PI: Wang, B., FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, Industrial Engineering
Submitted to
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Report Number: 183
Mechanical Properties of Magnetically Processed Epoxy via Nanoindentation
Facility: DC Field Facility
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Al-Haik, M.S., NHMFL, FSU, Department of Mechanical Engineering
PI: Garmestani, H, NHMFL, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Materials Scince
Published in Journal of Applied Physics 94,(9) 6034-39 (2003), Advanced Materials. 15(22), 1918-21 (2003).
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Report Number: 184
Epoxy Mediated Alignment of Single Wall Carbon Nanotubes Under High Magnetic Fields
Facility: DC Field Facility
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Al-Haik, M.S., FSU, NHMFL, Mechanical Engineering
PI: Garmestani, H, NHMFL, Georgia Institute of Technology, School of Materials Science and Engineering
Published in Advanced Materials. Vol.15(22), 1918-21 (2003)., Journal of Applied Physics, 94(9) 6034-39 (2003).
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Report Number: 251
In-situ Synthesis of Carbon Nanotubes in High Magnetic Field
Facility: DC Field Facility
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Berret, A, FAMU/FSU College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
PI: Garmestani, H, NHMFL, Georgia Institute of Technology, Material Science

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Report Number: 285
Influence of High Magnetic Field on the Stability of alpha/gamma Phases in 52100 Alloy Steel
Facility: DC Field Facility
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Kalu, P. N., FAMU-FSU College of Engneering/NHMFL, Mechanical Engineering
PI: Ludtka, G. M., ORNL
Submitted to
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Report Number: 287
Effect of Temperature on the Microstructure and Texture of Annealed OFHC Copper Wire
Facility: MS & T
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Waryoba, D. R., FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
PI: Kalu, P. N., FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Submitted to
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Report Number: 293
Effect of Magnetic Field in Recrystallized Grain Size and Grain Boundary Character Distribution in Silicon Steel.
Facility: DC Field Facility
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Bacaltchuk, C M B, FSU, Mechanical engineering
PI: Garmestani, H, GeorgiaTech , Materials Science

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Report Number: 308
Enhancement of thermal and electrical properties of carbon nanotube polymer composites by magnetic field processing
Facility: DC Field Facility
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Choi, E.S., FSU, NHMFL
PI: Brooks, J.S., FSU, NHMFL, Physics

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Report Number: 319
Characterization of Alloys for Applications in Cable-in-Conduit Conductors for High-Field Superconducting Magnets
Facility: DC Field Facility
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Walsh, R. P., NHMFL, MS&T
PI: Walsh, R. P., NHMFL, MS&T

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Report Number: 396
Carbon Chemical Vapor Deposition in Intense External Magnetic Field
Facility: DC Field Facility
Category:
Engineering Materials
First Author: Little, R B, FAMU, Chemistry
PI: Little, R B, FAMU, Chemistry
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