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  • Testing Military-Grade Adhesive in Extreme Loading Conditions 

    Deschepper, Daniel; Gray, David; Moy, Paul; Walter, Timothy; Jensen, Robert; Pollum, Marvin; Hellerman, Edward; Kriley, Joseph; Nakajima, Masa; Rearick, Brian
    Military performance requirements for adhesives have been traditionally derived to fulfill niche defense needs in harsh operational environments with little consideration for dual-use commercial potential. The drawback ...
  • Calculated Collision Welding Process Windows in Acoustic, Elastic, and Shock Approximations 

    Barnett, Blake
    Collision welding is a solid-state joining process which uses shock pressures developed during impact to metallurgically bond flyer and target plates. Various analytical expressions have been developed to describe the ...
  • PPG PR-2930 MIL-PRF-32662A qualification data 

    DEVCOM US Army Research Laboratory
    PPG PR-2930 MIL-PRF-32662 test data
  • Development of a Diffusion Mobility Database for Co-based Superalloys 

    Campbell, Carelyn; Lindwall, Greta; Moon, Kil-won; Williams, Maureen; Tso, Whitney
    To facilitate the development of high-temperature Co-based gamma-gamma prime superalloys, a Co-Ni based diffusion mobility database is developed for the eight component FCC (Face Centered Cubic) system of Co-Al-W-Ni-Cr-Ti-Ta-Re. ...
  • Ws2-WTe2 

    Burton, Benjamin (2016)
    First principles phase diagram calculations, that included van der Waals interactions, were performed for the bulk transition metal dichalcogenide system (1-X)WS_2 - (X)WTe_2. To obtain a converged phase diagram, a ...

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