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    MSEMatters Newsletter Fall 2010

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    MSEMatters Fall 2008

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    MSEMatters Fall 2007

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    MSEMatters Fall 2009

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    MSE Annual Report 2016

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    Table of Contents Faculty and Staff News Faculty Research Student News Senior Design Teams Graduate Student News Outreach Alumni News MSE by the Numbers Scholarshipshttps://digitalcommons.mtu.edu/materials-annualreports/1009/thumbnail.jp

    MSE News 2009

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    Table of Contents MSE Department Welcomes Engineering Fundamentals Chair MSE Department Welcomes New Professor Steel MSE Program Shines in US News Rankings MSE Alumnus Excelled in Mining Industry Student News Staff News Faculty News Alumni Newshttps://digitalcommons.mtu.edu/materials-annualreports/1001/thumbnail.jp

    Materials Science in Ancient Rome

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    Two books, the "De Architectura" by Vitruvius and the "Naturalis Historia" by Pliny the Elder, give us a portrait of the Materials Science, that is, the knowledge of materials, in Rome at the beginning of the Empire. Here, I am reporting some very attractive contents that we can find in these books. The reader will see the discussion proposed in fours case studies: concretes, coatings, amorphous materials and colloidal crystals, to describe them in modern word

    MSE News 2011

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    Table of Contents New Fund and Center: a Challenge, an Opportunity, and an Appeal from Chair Mark Plichta MSE Scientist: Positioned for Success with Unique Program Student Accomplishments and Awards Department News Alumni Updateshttps://digitalcommons.mtu.edu/materials-annualreports/1003/thumbnail.jp

    Benchtop Centrifuge for Materials Science

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    The Benchtop Centrifuge was designed to serve for research purposes within theMechanical Engineering Department at Santa Clara University. The prototype has been completely assembled and is functioning to the desired specifications of applying up to 1000 g’s of force for over 4 hours. The current uses are anticipated for separation of particles within materials for material processing and testing. The overall systemdesign has been adapted froma legacy project within the University. Various tests were conducted in order to ensure safety and usability of the system. Through Abaqus analysis and drop-test experiments, it was found enclosure itself can withstand an impact from a bucket at max-speed. The a SolidWorks analysis, the natural frequency of the enclosure was found to be 104.46 Hz, which translates to a rotational speed of 6267.6 RPM; this is well above what the system will be operating at. The team hopes that future students and faculty will be able to expand their current research through the use of this system

    MSE Annual Report 2014

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    Table of Contents Department Legends Wonder Material Student News Faculty and Staff News Alumni News Endowed Scholarshipshttps://digitalcommons.mtu.edu/materials-annualreports/1006/thumbnail.jp
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