Ronald D. Noebe spends much of his time researching Metallurgy, Alloy, Shape-memory alloy, Crystallography and Precipitation. His work deals with themes such as Nose region and Thermodynamics, which intersect with Metallurgy. His research in Alloy focuses on subjects like Microstructure, which are connected to Nanostructure and Analytical chemistry.
His work carried out in the field of Shape-memory alloy brings together such families of science as Titanium alloy, Temperature cycling, Pseudoelasticity and Tool wear. Ronald D. Noebe has included themes like Thermomechanical processing, 6063 aluminium alloy and Diffusionless transformation in his Pseudoelasticity study. His study in Precipitation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chromium, Density functional theory and Isothermal process.
His main research concerns Metallurgy, Alloy, Thermodynamics, Shape-memory alloy and Microstructure. His study in Nial, Intermetallic, Crystallite, Titanium alloy and Deformation is done as part of Metallurgy. His Alloy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crystallography, Precipitation and Nickel.
His work on Number density and Surface energy as part of general Thermodynamics study is frequently linked to Surface, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Shape-memory alloy research integrates issues from Stress and Martensite, Diffusionless transformation. His Microstructure research incorporates themes from Slip, Hardening and Energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy.
Ronald D. Noebe mainly investigates Alloy, Shape-memory alloy, Composite material, Atom probe and Metallurgy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nanocomposite, Microstructure and Precipitation. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Microstructure, focusing on Volume fraction and, on occasion, Number density and Precipitation hardening.
The concepts of his Shape-memory alloy study are interwoven with issues in Crystallography and Pseudoelasticity, Martensite. His Atom probe study combines topics in areas such as Analytical chemistry, Nickel, Thermodynamics and Superalloy. He interconnects Stress and Temperature cycling in the investigation of issues within Metallurgy.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Shape-memory alloy, Metallurgy, Martensite, Alloy and Microstructure. His studies in Shape-memory alloy integrate themes in fields like Crystallography, Compression and Pseudoelasticity. His Metallurgy course of study focuses on Stress and Temperature cycling.
His Martensite study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Surface roughness, Strain and Thermodynamics. His Alloy research incorporates elements of Physical chemistry, Surface energy and Refractory metals. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Microstructure, Precipitation hardening and Analytical chemistry is strongly linked to Volume fraction.
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High temperature shape memory alloys
J Ma;I Karaman;R D Noebe.
International Materials Reviews (2010)
Effects of nanoprecipitation on the shape memory and material properties of an Ni-rich NiTiHf high temperature shape memory alloy
H.E. Karaca;S.M. Saghaian;G. Ded;H. Tobe.
Acta Materialia (2013)
Tool-wear analysis in cryogenic machining of NiTi shape memory alloys: A comparison of tool-wear performance with dry and MQL machining
Y. Kaynak;H.E. Karaca;R.D. Noebe;I.S. Jawahir.
Correlation of deformation mechanisms with the tensile and compressive behavior of NiAl and NiAl(Zr) intermetallic alloys
R. R. Bowman;R. D. Noebe;S. V. Raj;I. E. Locci.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (1992)
Structure analysis of a precipitate phase in an Ni-rich high-temperature NiTiHf shape memory alloy
Fan Yang;D. R. Coughlin;Patrick J. Phillips;L. Yang.
Acta Materialia (2013)
Characterization of Ternary NiTiPd High-Temperature Shape-Memory Alloys under Load-Biased Thermal Cycling
Glen S. Bigelow;Santo A. Padula;Anita Garg;Darrell Gaydosh.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (2010)
Temporal Evolution of the Nanostructure and Phase Compositions in a Model Ni-Al-Cr Alloy
Chantal K. Sudbrack;Kevin E. Yoon;Ronald D. Noebe;David N. Seidman.
Acta Materialia (2006)
Effects of rhenium addition on the temporal evolution of the nanostructure and chemistry of a model Ni–Cr–Al superalloy. I: Experimental observations
Kevin E. Yoon;Ronald D. Noebe;David N. Seidman.
Acta Materialia (2007)
Effects of a tungsten addition on the morphological evolution, spatial correlations and temporal evolution of a model Ni-Al-Cr superalloy
Chantal K. Sudbrack;Chantal K. Sudbrack;Tiffany D. Ziebell;Tiffany D. Ziebell;Ronald D. Noebe;David N. Seidman.
Acta Materialia (2008)
Chromium and tantalum site substitution patterns in Ni3Al(L12) γ′-precipitates
Christopher Booth-Morrison;Zugang Mao;Ronald D. Noebe;David N. Seidman.
Applied Physics Letters (2008)
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