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    Abstract
    Nguyen, Thu
    Austenitic 304L stainless steel (UNS S30403) is a favorable candidate for additive manufacturing due to its extensive commercial applications. Prior research has found that selective laser melted (SLM) UNS S30403 alloys exhibit higher resistance to pi . . .
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    Abstract
    Robles, Kevin
    The corrosion behavior of additively manufactured Al-10 wt% Si-0.5 wt% Mg ("AISi10Mg") produced by the laser powder bed fusion technique was investigated. The AISi10Mg was built utilizing recycled powders. Two sets of build parameters were employed. B . . .
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    Student Research
    Alagarsamy, Jeyashree
    Higher biocompatibility and corrosion resistant biomaterials are more frequently being test-implanted for a wide range of purposes. However, surgery-related infection and implant microbe-colonization is generally the most common complication. When bac . . .
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    Student Research
    Margala, Sara
    Titanium and its alloys are used in various industries ranging from aerospace components to biomedical implants. Ti-6Al-4V (UNS R56400; Ti64) has been used as a structural biomaterial due to its excellent corrosion resistance, biocompatibility, high s . . .
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    Oral Presentation
    Benoun, Jacob
    Titanium and its alloys have been used in numerous applications, ranging from aerospace to biomedical. The mechanical properties as well as excellent corrosion behavior of these alloys have made it an ideal choice for a broad range of applications inc . . .
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    Student Research
    Alagarsamy, Jeyashree
    Human prosthetics are being utilized more frequently as the populations that require their use expand. Solid biomaterials with characteristics, such as high biocompatibility or corrosion resistance, are now being implanted in the human body more frequ . . .
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    Alagarsamy, Jeyashree
    Solid biomaterials with characteristics, such as high biocompatibility or corrosion resistance, are now being implanted in the human body more frequently for a wide range of purposes. However, implant-related infection is generally the most common ser . . .