Liquid Helium Mechanical Testing

We are thrilled to announce that our research group has successfully implemented mechanical testing at liquid helium temperature! This groundbreaking achievement paves the way for innovative advancements in multiple industries, particularly: 🌌 Space: Given the extreme temperatures of outer space, understanding material behavior at such low temperatures is crucial for the development of more resilient …

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In-Situ TEM Cyclic Experiments

Our work on in-situ Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) experiments has facilitated Professor Sehitoglu’s team in conducting in-situ TEM cyclic tests. These assessments are crucial to understand the fatigue and fracture mechanisms in NiTi nanoscale shape memory alloys. Fatigue and fracture of shape memory alloys in the nanoscale: An in-situ TEM study, Scripta Materialia This …

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High-Throughput Imaging by Multi-Beam SEM

Ph.D. Candidate Rephayah Black demonstrated the used of the Multi-Beam SEM technology to statically measure nm-scale plastic deformation events: High-Throughput High-Resolution Digital Image Correlation Measurements by Multi-Beam SEM Imaging, Experimental mechanics Background: Recent improvements in spatial resolution and measurement sensitivity for high-resolution digital image correlation (HR-DIC) now provide an avenue for the quantitative measurement …

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Sharing Data and Know-how in Materials Science

We believe sharing openly the expertise and Data is of primary importance in Materials Science. Advanced datasets or knowledge on advanced experiments are too often restricted to a few research groups. We believe that research can be accelerated by sharing the know-how and state-of-the-art dataset. Consequently, Advanced experimental techniques used in the group or among …

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