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  • Geometries of edge and mixed dislocations in bcc Fe from first principles calculations 

    Fellinger, Michael R.; Tan, Anne Marie Z.; Hector Jr., Louis G.; Trinkle, Dallas R.
    We use density functional theory (DFT) to compute the core structures of a_0[100](010) edge, a_0[100](011) edge, a_0/2[-1-11](1-10) edge, and a_0/2[111](1-10) 71 degree mixed dislocations in body-centered cubic (bcc) Fe. ...
  • Raw and Processed Data to Generate Three-Dimensional Grain Map of Open-Cell Aluminum Foam 

    Plumb, Jayden; Lind, Jonathan; Tucker, Joseph; Kelley, Ron; Spear, Ashley (2018-08-03)
    A three-dimensional grain map of an investment-cast, open-cell, aluminum foam is generated using a combination of experimentally derived and synthetically derived data. Specifically, the experimental data are derived from ...
  • Thermodynamic Assessments of Bi-Te Bi-Se Sb-Te 

    Peters, Matthew
    The Bi-Te, Bi-Se, and Sb-Te systems have been assessed. The compounds Bi2Te3, Bi2Se3, and Sb2Te3 have been assessed using a 3 sublattice model and the intrinsic carriers of each compound have been assessed. The homologous ...
  • Na-Doped Pb(S,Se,Te) CALPHAD Assessment 

    Peters, Matthew; Peters, Matthew (2018-08-02)
    The PbX (X=S,Se,Te) system has been thermodynamically assessed. The individual binaries of the PbX system have been assessed using a two-sublattice model to describe the intrinsic carriers of the system. The 2SL model has ...

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