Metallurgy, Composite material, Microstructure, Alloy and Welding are his primary areas of study. His Metallurgy and Friction stir welding, Friction welding, Dynamic recrystallization, Equiaxed crystals and Heat-affected zone investigations all form part of his Metallurgy research activities. His study in Dynamic recrystallization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Grain size and Grain growth.
Lawrence E Murr interconnects Ultimate tensile strength and Transmission electron microscopy in the investigation of issues within Microstructure. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Grain boundary, Annealing and Scanning electron microscope. His studies deal with areas such as Characterization and Cathode ray as well as Alloy.
Lawrence E Murr spends much of his time researching Metallurgy, Composite material, Microstructure, Transmission electron microscopy and Grain boundary. His study in Alloy, Copper, Aluminium, Welding and Deformation is carried out as part of his studies in Metallurgy. His work in Composite material covers topics such as Shock which are related to areas like Shock wave.
Lawrence E Murr frequently studies issues relating to Grain size and Microstructure. Lawrence E Murr has researched Transmission electron microscopy in several fields, including Crystallography, Analytical chemistry, Scanning electron microscope and Electron microscope. He studied Grain boundary and Carbide that intersect with Precipitation.
Lawrence E Murr mainly investigates Metallurgy, Microstructure, Composite material, Alloy and Nanotechnology. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Characterization and Metallurgy. His work focuses on many connections between Microstructure and other disciplines, such as Transmission electron microscopy, that overlap with his field of interest in Electron microscope.
His Composite material study frequently links to related topics such as Phase. His studies link Grain boundary with Alloy. His work in the fields of Nanotechnology, such as Carbon nanotube and Nanoparticle, overlaps with other areas such as Context.
Lawrence E Murr mainly focuses on Metallurgy, Microstructure, Composite material, Alloy and Transmission electron microscopy. His works in Selective laser melting, Superalloy, Equiaxed crystals, Welding and Annealing are all subjects of inquiry into Metallurgy. His Microstructure research incorporates themes from Ultimate tensile strength, Tensile testing, Nanotechnology, Titanium and Cathode ray.
Lawrence E Murr mostly deals with Inconel in his studies of Alloy. His research integrates issues of Grain boundary, Scanning electron microscope, Microscopy, Electron microscope and Carbon nanotube in his study of Transmission electron microscopy. His Deformation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Compression and Grain size.
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Interfacial phenomena in metals and alloys
Lawrence Eugene Murr.
Metal Fabrication by Additive Manufacturing Using Laser and Electron Beam Melting Technologies
Lawrence E. Murr;Sara M. Gaytan;Diana A. Ramirez;Edwin Martinez.
Journal of Materials Science & Technology (2012)
Microstructure and mechanical behavior of Ti-6Al-4V produced by rapid-layer manufacturing, for biomedical applications.
L.E. Murr;S.A. Quinones;S.M. Gaytan;M.I. Lopez.
Journal of The Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials (2009)
Microstructures and mechanical behavior of Inconel 718 fabricated by selective laser melting
K.N. Amato;S.M. Gaytan;L.E. Murr;E. Martinez.
Acta Materialia (2012)
Microstructural aspects of the friction-stir welding of 6061-T6 aluminum
G. Liu;L. E. Murr;C.-S. Niou;J. C. Mcclure.
Scripta Materialia (1997)
Flow Patterns During Friction Stir Welding
M. Guerra;C. Schmidt;John C McClure;L. E. Murr.
Next-generation biomedical implants using additive manufacturing of complex, cellular and functional mesh arrays
L. E. Murr;S. M. Gaytan;F. Medina;H. Lopez.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (2010)
Microstructures and mechanical properties of electron beam-rapid manufactured Ti–6Al–4V biomedical prototypes compared to wrought Ti–6Al–4V
L.E. Murr;E.V. Esquivel;S.A. Quinones;S.M. Gaytan.
Materials Characterization (2009)
Shock Waves and High-Strain-Rate Phenomena in Metals. Concepts and Applications.
Marc A Meyers;Lawrence E Murr.
Characterization of titanium aluminide alloy components fabricated by additive manufacturing using electron beam melting
L.E. Murr;S.M. Gaytan;A. Ceylan;E. Martinez.
Acta Materialia (2010)
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