2002 - Heyn Commemorative Medal
His primary areas of investigation include Microstructure, Supercooling, Eutectic system, Metallurgy and Alloy. The various areas that Wilfried Kurz examines in his Microstructure study include Nanotechnology and Laser. His Supercooling study incorporates themes from Stability criterion, Thermal and Diffusion.
His Eutectic system study is concerned with the larger field of Crystallography. His research links Nucleation with Metallurgy. In the subject of general Alloy, his work in Dendrite and Directional solidification is often linked to Radius and Plane, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Metallurgy, Microstructure, Eutectic system, Supercooling and Alloy. His Metallurgy study combines topics in areas such as Laser, Phase diagram and Nucleation. His study in the field of Directional solidification also crosses realms of Plane.
His study looks at the relationship between Eutectic system and topics such as Lamellar structure, which overlap with Mineralogy. The concepts of his Supercooling study are interwoven with issues in Crystal growth and Thermal. He is interested in Dendrite, which is a branch of Alloy.
Wilfried Kurz mostly deals with Microstructure, Metallurgy, Polymer, Chemical physics and Ceramic. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crystallization, Nanotechnology and Nucleation. His studies in Nucleation integrate themes in fields like Phase transition, Supercooling and Kinetics.
Wilfried Kurz works in the field of Metallurgy, namely Superalloy. His research on Polymer also deals with topics like
Wilfried Kurz spends much of his time researching Microstructure, Superalloy, Metallurgy, Directional solidification and Equiaxed crystals. Wilfried Kurz combines subjects such as Chemical physics and Alloy with his study of Microstructure. His work investigates the relationship between Superalloy and topics such as Single crystal that intersect with problems in Composite material and Grain boundary.
Many of his studies on Metallurgy apply to Nucleation as well. His Nucleation research includes elements of Arc welding, Welding and Aluminium. His Directional solidification study combines topics in areas such as Lamellar structure, Mineralogy, Instability and Isothermal process.
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Dendrite growth at the limit of stability: tip radius and spacing
W. Kurz;D.J. Fisher.
Acta Metallurgica (1981)
Theory of Microstructural Development during Rapid Solidification
R. Trivedi;W. Kurz.
Acta Metallurgica (1986)
SINGLE-CRYSTAL LASER DEPOSITION OF SUPERALLOYS: PROCESSING-MICROSTRUCTURE MAPS
M. Gäumann;C. Bezençon;P. Canalis;W. Kurz.
Acta Materialia (2001)
Solidification microstructures and solid-state parallels: Recent developments, future directions
M. Asta;C. Beckermann;A. Karma;W. Kurz.
Acta Materialia (2009)
Solute redistribution during solidification with rapid solid state diffusion
T. W. Clyne;W. Kurz.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (1981)
Rapid dendrite growth in undercooled alloys
J. Lipton;W. Kurz;R. Trivedi.
Acta Metallurgica (1987)
Solidification microstructures: recent developments, future directions
William J. Boettinger;Sam R. Coriell;A L. Greer;A N. Karma.
Acta Materialia (2000)
Method for manufacturing single crystal structures
Hans-Werner Bieler;Matthias Gäumann;Wilfried Kurz;Hansjakob Rusterholz.
Dendritic growth into undercooled alloy metals
J. Lipton;M.E. Glicksman;W. Kurz.
Materials Science and Engineering (1984)
Epitaxial laser metal forming: analysis of microstructure formation
M Gäumann;S Henry;F Cléton;J.-D Wagnière.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (1999)
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