# Browse by Subject "Engineering, Materials Science"

• (2003)
Also included is the results of a finite element analysis and simulated melting of bismuth films on various kinds of sensors. Temperature distributions are found to be nonuniform for calorimetric sensors with Al metallizations, ...

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• (1991)
This research investigated the physical metallurgy, high temperatures coarsening, and processing/structure relationships for Cu$\sb{\rm 1-x}$Ta$\sb{\rm x}$ (x = $\sim$5 to 20 atomic percent) alloys. These metastable alloys ...

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The ability to pattern 1D arrays of TiO2 microwires offers precise control of filament diameter and spatial location, enabling a systematic study of microwire TiO2 gas sensors. A model gas sensor consisting of a single ...

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• (1998)
This work presents the synthesis and characterization of three related organic systems designed for self-assembly into ordered materials such as two dimensional objects and nanostructures. A family of reactive block molecules ...

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• (1995)
This work presents a study on the self-organization in condensed phases of rodcoil diblock polymers synthesized in our laboratory. Each macromolecule consists of a rigid and monodisperse rodlike segment covalently attached ...

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We test the predictions on the Ni3Al compound by combining molecular dynamics (MD) and KMC simulations. For 1MeV Kr and 70keV He ions, MD simulations are used to simulate the disordered zones, which are then incorporated ...

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We also utilized the pump-probe transient absorption measurement to probe thermal transport in Au-core polymer-shell nanoparticles. The addition of an organic co-solvent to the suspension causes the polystyrene component ...

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• (1996)
Sonochemistry arises from acoustic cavitation; the formation, growth, and implosive collapse of bubbles in a liquid. The implosive collapse of bubble generates localized hot spots, with temperatures of $\sim$5000 K, pressures ...

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• (2002)
The synthesized nanostructured alloys also display high hardness values, in the range of 4--6 Gpa. The hardness increases as milling temperature increase, as a result of phase separation and dynamic recrystallization.

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• (2003)
An important theme in surface/interface science is the development of molecular level understandings of interactions at solid-liquid interfaces. The study of molecular recognition at such interfaces is well suited for ...

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• (1995)
In this work, a water vapor oxidation process is used to convert high Al composition $\rm Al\sb{x}Ga\sb{1-x}As$ to a stable native oxide. The native oxides described are formed at temperatures in the range of 400$\rm\sp\circ ... application/pdf PDF (3MB) • (1993) Data are presented on the comparison of the chemical stability of oxides of AlAs-GaAs heterostructures formed via atmospheric hydrolysis and by native oxidation at 400$\sp\circ$C for 3 h in a N$\sb2$+ H$\sb2\$O vapor. Data ...

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• (1991)
A neural network-based material modeling methodology for engineering materials is developed in this study. With this material modeling methodology, the stress-strain behavior of a material is captured within the distributed ...

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• (2006)
A third project involved the design of new wide-spectrum antibacterial filters for point-of-use systems that are robust and can be easily regenerated and maintained. Silver coated fiberglass with colloidal sized silver ...

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• (1995)
Two types of oxygen octahedral rotational systems (R- and M-type) were found in the rhombohedral phase field of lead zirconate titanate (PZT). A hierarchy of domain structure was observed in the high temperature rhombohedral ...

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• (1994)
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) relaxation has been used for the study of confined geometry effects on the translational and rotational dynamics of molecular liquids in sol-gel prepared porous silica glasses. The NMR ...

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• (2008)
Self-monitoring of blood glucose has become an important and critical tool for effective management of patients with diabetes. This thesis describes a novel MEMS (Microelectromechanical systems) sensor that can continuously ...

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• (2009)
Inorganic photoresists that can be directly patterned in three dimensions via both 3D laser direct writing and 3D interference lithography based fabrication approaches are attractive materials for the fabrication of complex ...

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