2013 - Fellow of the Materials Research Society
Richard G. Hoagland focuses on Composite material, Slip, Dislocation, Niobium and Metallurgy. His Composite material research focuses on Nanoscopic scale and how it connects with Transmission electron microscopy. His Slip research integrates issues from Composite number, Collision cascade, Metal and Atomic simulation.
His Dislocation study deals with the bigger picture of Crystallography. His Niobium research incorporates themes from Volume fraction, Damage tolerance, Radiation damage and Copper. His Radiation damage study combines topics in areas such as Chemical physics, Activation energy, Grain boundary, Annealing and Microsecond.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Dislocation, Condensed matter physics, Crystallography and Slip. His Composite material study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Nanoscopic scale and Metal. His work in Dislocation tackles topics such as Crystallographic defect which are related to areas like Radiation damage and Vacancy defect.
In his study, Tilt is strongly linked to Grain boundary, which falls under the umbrella field of Condensed matter physics. He interconnects Layer, Transmission electron microscopy and Nucleation in the investigation of issues within Crystallography. Richard G. Hoagland combines subjects such as Ultimate tensile strength, Plasticity, Stress field, Deformation mechanism and Peierls stress with his study of Slip.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Condensed matter physics, Dislocation, Crystallography, Interface and Grain boundary. His research in Condensed matter physics intersects with topics in Volume fraction and Modulus. His work carried out in the field of Dislocation brings together such families of science as Crystallographic defect and Line.
His study in Crystallography concentrates on Slip and Stacking fault. His work focuses on many connections between Tin and other disciplines, such as Diffraction, that overlap with his field of interest in Composite material. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Niobium and Thin film.
Richard G. Hoagland spends much of his time researching Condensed matter physics, Crystallography, Crystallographic defect, Dislocation and Twist. His works in Slip and Stacking fault are all subjects of inquiry into Crystallography. His work deals with themes such as Nanoscopic scale, Shear, Atom, Molecular physics and Tin, which intersect with Slip.
His studies in Crystallographic defect integrate themes in fields like Line and Deformation. In most of his Dislocation studies, his work intersects topics such as Relaxation. His Twist research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Basis, Thermal conductivity, Grain boundary, Boundary structure and Phonon.
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Length-scale-dependent deformation mechanisms in incoherent metallic multilayered composites
A. Misra;J.P. Hirth;R.G. Hoagland.
Acta Materialia (2005)
Efficient annealing of radiation damage near grain boundaries via interstitial emission.
Xian-Ming Bai;Arthur F. Voter;Richard G. Hoagland;Michael Nastasi.
Interface Structure and Radiation Damage Resistance in Cu-Nb Multilayer Nanocomposites
Michael Demkowicz;Richard Hoagland;John Hirth.
Physical Review Letters (2008)
The radiation damage tolerance of ultra-high strength nanolayered composites
A. Misra;M. J. Demkowicz;X. Zhang;R. G. Hoagland.
Slip resistance of interfaces and the strength of metallic multilayer composites
Richard G. Hoagland;Richard J. Kurtz;Charles H. Henager.
Scripta Materialia (2004)
Deformability of ultrahigh strength 5 nm Cu/Nb nanolayered composites
N. A. Mara;D. Bhattacharyya;P. Dickerson;R. G. Hoagland.
Applied Physics Letters (2008)
Enhanced hardening in Cu/330 stainless steel multilayers by nanoscale twinning
X. Zhang;A. Misra;H. Wang;T.D. Shen.
Acta Materialia (2004)
On the strengthening effects of interfaces in multilayer fcc metallic composites
R. G. Hoagland;T. E. Mitchell;J. P. Hirth;H. Kung.
Philosophical Magazine (2002)
Atomistic modeling of the interaction of glide dislocations with “weak” interfaces
J. Wang;R.G. Hoagland;J.P. Hirth;A. Misra.
Acta Materialia (2008)
Nanoscale-twinning-induced strengthening in austenitic stainless steel thin films
X. Zhang;A. Misra;H. Wang;M. Nastasi.
Applied Physics Letters (2004)
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