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STUDY OF THE DYNAMICS OF THE MoO2-Mo2C SYSTEM FOR CATALYTIC PARTIAL OXIDATION REACTIONS
On a global scale, the energy demand is largely supplied by the combustion of non-renewable fossil fuels. However, their rapid depletion coupled with environmental and sustainability concerns are the main drivers to seek ...
ENABLING HIGH SPEED FRICTION STIR WELDING OF ALUMINUM TAILOR WELDED BLANKS
Current welding technologies for production of aluminum tailor-welded blanks (TWBs) are utilized in low-volume and niche applications, and have yet to be scaled for the high-volume vehicle market. This study targeted further ...
PHASE TRANSITION AND ULTRAFAST CARRIER DYNAMICS AND TRANSPORT IN TWO-DIMENSIONAL SEMICONDUCTORS
Single-crystal In2Se3 thin layers were fabricated, for the first time, using mechanical exfoliation, and the studies of crystalline-crystalline (α → β) phase transformations as well as the corresponding changes of the ...
SIMULATION STUDIES AND FABRICATION OF MICROTRAPS WITH LONG ASPECT RATIO TO STORE HIGH DENSITY OF POSITRONS
Conventionally, non-neutral antimatter is stored using a Penning-Malmberg trap, a single tube with aspect ratios being of the order of less than 10:1. Parallel microtubes with aspect ratios of 1000:1 have the potential to ...
THE PRODUCTION OF FINE GRAINED MAGNESIUM ALLOYS THROUGH THERMOMECHANICAL PROCESSING FOR THE OPTIMIZATION OF MICROSTRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
The low density and high strength to weight ratio of magnesium alloys makes them ideal candidates to replace many of the heavier steel and aluminum alloys currently used in the automotive and other industries. Although ...
Generating Triple Junction Distributions
Substantial studies indicate polycrystalline triple junctions are independent microstructural defects with distinct properties and effects from their constituent grain boundaries. Triple junctions are also descriptive of ...