His primary areas of study are Metallurgy, Alloy, Microstructure, Precipitation and Aluminium. His study looks at the relationship between Metallurgy and fields such as Analytical chemistry, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Alloy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Transmission electron microscopy and Nucleation.
His Microstructure research includes themes of Hardening, Metallic alloy and Engineering physics. His Precipitation research incorporates themes from Composite material, Dislocation and Supersaturation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Shear, Solute diffusion and Isothermal annealing in addition to Aluminium.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Metallurgy, Alloy, Microstructure, Precipitation and Composite material. His work on Metallurgy deals in particular with Austenite, Precipitation hardening, Aluminium, Recrystallization and Corrosion. His study in Austenite is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Decarburization, Solvent drag, Ferrite and Annealing.
His research investigates the link between Alloy and topics such as Hardening that cross with problems in Shear. His work in Microstructure covers topics such as Dissolution which are related to areas like Strain and Atom probe. Christopher Hutchinson has researched Precipitation in several fields, including Creep, Martensite, Nano- and Analytical chemistry.
Christopher Hutchinson spends much of his time researching Metallurgy, Composite material, Microstructure, Alloy and Ultimate tensile strength. His study connects Precipitation and Metallurgy. He has included themes like Aluminium and Martensite in his Precipitation study.
His research in Composite material tackles topics such as Annealing which are related to areas like Pearlite, Ledeburite, Bainite, Electron diffraction and Slip. His study in the field of High entropy alloys is also linked to topics like Large range. His Alloy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Nucleation, Austenite, Ferrite, Axial symmetry and Residual strength.
His primary areas of investigation include Metallurgy, Composite material, Microstructure, Alloy and Corrosion. Cementite, Carbon steel and Strain hardening exponent are the core of his Metallurgy study. His High entropy alloys study, which is part of a larger body of work in Microstructure, is frequently linked to Large range, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Alloy study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Precipitation. The various areas that Christopher Hutchinson examines in his Precipitation study include Yield, Elongation and Martensite. Christopher Hutchinson combines subjects such as Selective laser melting and Grain boundary with his study of Corrosion.
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Additive manufacturing of metals: a brief review of the characteristic microstructures and properties of steels, Ti-6Al-4V and high-entropy alloys
Stéphane Gorsse;Christopher Hutchinson;Mohamed Gouné;Rajarshi Banerjee.
Science and Technology of Advanced Materials (2017)
Modeling recrystallization of microalloyed austenite: effect of coupling recovery, precipitation and recrystallization
H.S. Zurob;C.R. Hutchinson;Y. Brechet;G. Purdy.
Acta Materialia (2002)
An enhanced age hardening response in Mg–Sn based alloys containing Zn
Chamini Lakshi Mendis;Colleen Joyce Bettles;Colleen Joyce Bettles;M A Gibson;Christopher Hutchinson.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2006)
On the origin of the high coarsening resistance of Ω plates in Al–Cu–Mg–Ag Alloys
Christopher Ross Hutchinson;Xingyan Fan;Xingyan Fan;Stephen J Pennycook;Gary J Shiflet.
Acta Materialia (2001)
Modeling the precipitation processes and strengthening mechanisms in a Mg-Al-(Zn) AZ91 alloy
Christopher R Hutchinson;Jian Feng Nie;Stephane Gorsse.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (2005)
Precipitation strengthening of aluminum alloys by room-temperature cyclic plasticity
Wenwen Sun;Yuman Zhu;Ross Marceau;Lingyu Wang.
On the corrosion and metastable pitting characteristics of 316L stainless steel produced by selective laser melting
G. Sander;S. Thomas;V. Cruz;M. Jurg.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (2017)
Corrosion of magnesium alloy ZE41 : The role of microstructural features
Wayne Neil;Maria Forsyth;Patrick Craig Howlett;Christopher Hutchinson.
Corrosion Science (2009)
Modelling discontinuous dynamic recrystallization using a physically based model for nucleation
Darren G. Cram;Hatem S. Zurob;Yves J.M. Bréchet;Christopher R. Hutchinson.
Acta Materialia (2009)
Precipitation processes in Al-Cu-Mg alloys microalloyed with Si
Christopher R Hutchinson;Simon P Ringer;Simon P Ringer.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (2000)
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