His primary scientific interests are in Metallurgy, Alloy, Oxide, Microstructure and Coating. His Metallurgy study focuses mostly on Superalloy, Nial, Intermetallic, Aluminide and Austenite. Bruce A Pint has included themes like Niobium and Corrosion in his Alloy study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cladding and Metal. His Oxide research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dopant, Grain boundary and Analytical chemistry. His research integrates issues of Carbide and Mineralogy in his study of Microstructure.
His primary areas of study are Metallurgy, Alloy, Coating, Oxide and Corrosion. His work on Metallurgy deals in particular with Superalloy, Creep, Aluminide, Austenite and Microstructure. His Alloy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Recuperator and Analytical chemistry.
Bruce A Pint interconnects Layer, Chemical vapor deposition and Ceramic in the investigation of issues within Coating. His Oxide study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Grain boundary, Isothermal process, Dispersion, Chemical engineering and Nial. His Thermal barrier coating research incorporates themes from Cubic zirconia, Yttria-stabilized zirconia and Thermal spraying.
Bruce A Pint mainly focuses on Metallurgy, Alloy, Composite material, Oxide and Supercritical fluid. His research related to Corrosion, Microstructure, Cladding, Oxidation resistance and Creep might be considered part of Metallurgy. His Alloy research includes themes of Ultimate tensile strength, Scanning transmission electron microscopy and Grain size.
His study looks at the intersection of Oxide and topics like Grain boundary with Atom probe. He studied Supercritical fluid and Chemical engineering that intersect with Metallic materials. His biological study deals with issues like Superalloy, which deal with fields such as Aluminide.
His main research concerns Metallurgy, Alloy, Oxide, Composite material and Coating. Metallurgy and Cladding are two areas of study in which Bruce A Pint engages in interdisciplinary work. His studies deal with areas such as Scanning transmission electron microscopy, Microstructure, Grain size and Ultimate tensile strength as well as Alloy.
His Oxide study incorporates themes from Dispersion and Transmission electron microscopy. His study explores the link between Coating and topics such as Superalloy that cross with problems in Aluminide and Gas turbines. Bruce A Pint combines subjects such as Atom probe and Doping, Dopant with his study of Grain boundary.
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Experimental observations in support of the dynamic-segregation theory to explain the reactive-element effect
B. A. Pint.
Oxidation of Metals (1996)
Substrate and bond coat compositions: factors affecting alumina scale adhesion
B.A Pint;I.G Wright;W.Y Lee;Y Zhang.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (1998)
High temperature oxidation of fuel cladding candidate materials in steam–hydrogen environments
Bruce A Pint;Kurt A Terrani;Michael P Brady;Ting Cheng.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2013)
18O/SIMS characterization of the growth mechanism of doped and undoped α-Al2O3
B. A. Pint;J. R. Martin;L. W. Hobbs.
Oxidation of Metals (1993)
Creep-resistant, Al2O3-forming austenitic stainless steels.
Y. Yamamoto;M. P. Brady;Z. P. Lu;P. J. Maziasz.
Development and property evaluation of nuclear grade wrought FeCrAl fuel cladding for light water reactors
Yukinori Yamamoto;Bruce A. Pint;Kurt A. Terrani;Kevin G. Field.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2015)
The oxidation mechanism of θ-Al2O3 scales
B.A. Pint;J.R. Martin;L.W. Hobbs.
Solid State Ionics (1995)
Chromium Volatilization Rates from Cr2O3 Scales into Flowing Gases Containing Water Vapor
David J. Young;Bruce A Pint.
Oxidation of Metals (2006)
Optimization of Reactive‐Element Additions to Improve Oxidation Performance of Alumina‐Forming Alloys
Bruce A. Pint.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (2003)
The reactive element effect in commercial ODS FeCrAI alloys
B. A. Pint;A. J. Garratt-Reed;L. W. Hobbs.
Materials at High Temperatures (1995)
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