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Scholarship Recipients' Technical Works

The following technical works samplings from scholarship recipients over the past five academic years.

2014–2015

The Relationship Between Microstructure, Processing, and Final Properties of Copper-Based Alloys Fabricated via Selective Laser Melting (pdf)

Die-Less MIM-style Additive Manufacturing with Controlled Porosity: a Proof of Concept (pdf)

On the Benefits of Using a STRECON Die for the Compaction of Powder Metals (pdf)

Development of Ballistic Impact Device for Measuring the Impact Energy of Powder-Metal Bullets (pdf)

2013–2014

Optimization of Aluminum Alloy PM2618 for High Temperature Exposure (pdf)

A Study of Additive Diffusion in Ferrous Powder Metal Compacts Using Scanning Electron Microscopy and Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (pdf)

Development of Spark Plasma Erosion to Enable Scalable Direct Synthesis of High Temperature Performance Nano-Particulate Materials for Energy Storage Applications (pdf)

The Effect of Machining Additives on the Microstructure and Hardness of PM Alloy FC-0208 (pdf)

2012–2013

Influence of Temperature on the Compaction and Strength of Some Pharmaceutical Excipients (pdf)

Metal Matrix Composites Via PM Routes (pdf)

2011–2012

Study of Additive Diffusion in Ferrous Powder Metal Compacts (pdf)

2010–2011

Assessment of a Novel Lubricant for Emerging Aluminum (pdf)

PM Alloys Intense Pulse Light Sintering of Tungsten (pdf)

Powder Metal Microstructure of Stainless Steel with Additives (pdf)

The Effect of Machining Additives on the Machinability of PM Alloy FC-0208 (pdf)