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    Student Research
    Banuelos, Karyna
    Metallic alloys are often degraded when used in corrosive, high temperature environments such as in gas turbines or nuclear power plants. To mitigate these effects, the surface of the existing alloy can be modified through the halide-activated pack ce . . .
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    Margoosian, Gamer
    There is an ongoing need in the marine industry for metals that withstand the harsh, salt-rich environment of sea water and air. Boron-containing titanium alloys were recently developed to improve the mechanical properties of titanium alloys. However, . . .
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    Student Research
    Kasnakjian, Shahan
    Surface modification is an effective approach to extend the lifetime of metallic alloys in corrosive environments. Halide activated pack cementation (HAPC) is a cost-effective process that can produce corrosion-resistant surfaces, e.g., aluminum-rich . . .
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    Student Research
    Swartzbaugh, Spencer
    Ceramic-ceramic composites have high compressive strengths and superior erosion and wear resistance relative to metallic alloys. Potential applications for these novel materials include pump components, bearings and other applications where a combinat . . .
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    Student Research
    Margoosian, Gamer
    There is an ongoing need in the marine industry for metals that withstand the harsh, salt-rich environment of sea water and air. Boron-containing titanium alloys were recently developed to improve the mechanical properties of titanium alloys. However, . . .
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    Oral Presentation
    Navarrete, Samuel
    Metallic alloys used in various industrial applications can encounter high operating temperatures for varying periods of time. Under these conditions, metals are susceptible to oxidation, ultimately leading to the failure of that component or even com . . .