John W. Halloran focuses on Ceramic, Composite material, Microstructure, Mineralogy and Sintering. His Ceramic study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Boron nitride, Viscosity, Photopolymer, Crystallite and Sublimation. His Composite material study frequently links to related topics such as Suspension.
His study explores the link between Microstructure and topics such as Silicon carbide that cross with problems in Layer. His work carried out in the field of Mineralogy brings together such families of science as Mullite, Casting and Oxide. His research investigates the link between Sintering and topics such as Shrinkage that cross with problems in Aggregate, Isothermal process, Economies of agglomeration, Agglomerate and Precipitation.
John W. Halloran mainly investigates Composite material, Ceramic, Mineralogy, Chemical engineering and Sintering. His study in Microstructure, Porosity, Flexural strength, Polymer and Fracture mechanics is done as part of Composite material. His Microstructure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Silicon carbide and Crystallite.
His Ceramic research incorporates elements of Boron nitride, Viscosity, Photopolymer, Stereolithography and Volume fraction. His Photopolymer research incorporates themes from Photoinitiator and Acrylate. He has researched Mineralogy in several fields, including Oxide and Scanning electron microscope.
His main research concerns Composite material, Ceramic, Photopolymer, Porosity and Centennial. His Silicon research extends to the thematically linked field of Composite material. His Ceramic research includes themes of Suspension, Stereolithography, Engineering ethics and Suspension.
His work deals with themes such as Photoinitiator, Inert and Acrylate, which intersect with Photopolymer. His Porosity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Free surface, Mineralogy and Electrode. In his study, Pattern recognition is strongly linked to Feature, which falls under the umbrella field of Centennial.
Composite material, Ceramic, Porosity, Stereolithography and Photopolymer are his primary areas of study. His Composite material study incorporates themes from Oxygen and Silicon. The concepts of his Ceramic study are interwoven with issues in Monomer, Cristobalite, Suspension, Volume fraction and Suspension.
His study in the field of Tortuosity is also linked to topics like Scale. His studies deal with areas such as Mold and Integrally closed as well as Stereolithography. His study looks at the relationship between Photopolymer and topics such as Photoinitiator, which overlap with Absorption and Inert.
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Freeform Fabrication of Ceramics via Stereolithography
Michelle L. Griffith;John W. Halloran.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (2005)
Mechanical and in vivo performance of hydroxyapatite implants with controlled architectures
T.-M.Gabriel Chu;David G. Orton;Scott J. Hollister;Stephen E. Feinberg.
Alpha Alumina Formation in Alum‐Derived Gamma Alumina
F.W. Dynys;J. W. Halloran.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (1982)
Porous Ceramic Bodies with Interconnected Pore Channels by a Novel Freeze Casting Technique
Kiyoshi Araki;John W. Halloran.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (2005)
Hydroxyapatite implants with designed internal architecture.
T. M. G. Chu;J. W. Halloran;Scott J. Hollister;Stephen E. Feinberg.
Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine (2001)
An image-based approach for designing and manufacturing craniofacial scaffolds
Scott J. Hollister;Richard A. Levy;Tien Min Chu;John W. Halloran.
International Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery (2000)
Ink-Jet Printing of Wax-Based Alumina Suspensions
Kitty A. M. Seerden;Nuno Reis;Nuno Reis;Julian R. G. Evans;Patrick S. Grant.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (2001)
Ceramic Stereolithography: Additive Manufacturing for Ceramics by Photopolymerization
John W. Halloran.
Annual Review of Materials Research (2016)
Design of Battery Electrodes with Dual-Scale Porosity to Minimize Tortuosity and Maximize Performance
Chang Jun Bae;Can K. Erdonmez;John W. Halloran;Yet Ming Chiang.
Advanced Materials (2013)
Transformation Kinetics of Diphasic Aluminosilicate Gels
Wen-Cheng Wei;John W. Halloran.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (1988)
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