- Processing and Characterization of alpha/beta (Ti64) and beta (Ti5553) Titanium alloys for aerospace application.
- 3D nano-characterization in order to study the structure and composition of metastable instabilities within the beta matrix and their influence on the nucleation of stable alpha precipitates in beta titanium alloys.
- The influence of heat-treatments on the partitioning and pile-up of various alpha (Al) and beta (Mo, V, Cr) alloy additions at the interphase interfaces.
- Three dimensional morphology and composition of nanoscale microstructural features in fundamental titanium alloy systems. ( alloy systems: Ti-Mo, Ti-V, Ti-Al-Mo, Ti-Al-V, Ti-Cr)
- Characterization of microstructure of Ti-Nb-Zr-Ta based alloys systems fabricated by Laser Engineered Net Shaping (LENS™) process
- Investigating the mechanical and biological properties of LENS™ processed porous biomaterials.
- Influence of microstructure and chemistry on mechanical properties of commercial Nickel base superalloys used in jet engines. (Alloys : RENE 88DT)
- Determination of the structure and chemistry across gamma /gamma’ interfaces at atomistic length scales
- Studying the partitioning of alloying elements along gamma /gamma’ interfaces.
- Understanding chemical and structural width of gamma/gamma’ interfaces
- 3D characterization of the morphology and composition of nanoscale gamma’ precipitates by coupling TEM tomography with 3D atom probe
- Determination of the lattice parameters of gamma and gamma’ phases as well as the site occupancies of different alloying elements in g’ experimental characterization coupled with atomistic modeling
- Metal-Carbon Nanotube Hybrids
- Optimization of processing route for Ni-CNT hybrids and characterization of nanoscale structure and chemistry of metal / CNT interface
- Investigation of boride reinforced TNZT alloys for biomedical application
- Orientation, morphology and composition analysis of Titanium carbide precipitates in alpha/beta and beta titanium matrix
- Influence of Synthesis Conditions on the phase separation in nanostructured Immiscible Copper-Silver Alloy Thin Films
- Immiscible Copper-Niobium Alloy Thin Films: Microstructure and Electrical Transport Properties, early Stages of Crystallization, 3D atom probe tomography and high resolution electron microscopy for probing microstructure.
- Size effects (effect of reduced system dimensions) on the crystal structure and properties (electrical transport and mechanical) of nanostructured metallic thin films and multilayers
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