2017 Winners



Category B

Effect of Polarity on GTAW of Aluminumview

  • First Place
  • EFFECT OF POLARITY ON GTAW OF ALUMINUM
    Erin Anderson


THE IMPORTANCE OF SAFETY AND THE IMPACT OF OSHA IN THE WORKPLACEview

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  • THE IMPORTANCE OF SAFETY AND THE IMPACT OF OSHA IN THE WORKPLACE
    Ezra Huey


THE CARE OF LOW HYDROGEN ELECTRODES AND ITS IMPACT ON WELD QUALITYview

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  • THE CARE OF LOW HYDROGEN ELECTRODES AND ITS IMPACT ON WELD QUALITY
    Michael J. Herkert




Category C

SUPER DUPLEX STAINLESS STEEL: EFFECTS OF MULTI-PASS WELDING PARAMETERS ON MICROSTRUCTURAL STABILITYview

  • First Place
  • SUPER DUPLEX STAINLESS STEEL: EFFECTS OF MULTI-PASS WELDING PARAMETERS ON MICROSTRUCTURAL STABILITY
    Timothy Pickle and Peter Morriss


INVESTIGATION OF THE HARDENING RESPONSE OF PRECIPITATION HARDENED STAINLESS STEEL 17-4 DURING MULTI-PASS WELDINGview

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  • INVESTIGATION OF THE HARDENING RESPONSE OF PRECIPITATION HARDENED STAINLESS STEEL 17-4 DURING MULTI-PASS WELDING
    Allison Fraser and Robert Hamlin


MANIPULATING MANUFACTURING VARIABLES WHEN SPOT WELDING HIGH STRENGTH STEEL STACK-UPSview

  • Third Place
  • MANIPULATING MANUFACTURING VARIABLES WHEN SPOT WELDING HIGH STRENGTH STEEL STACK-UPS
    Nick Colvin, Ethan Flathers and Alex Griffith


Category D

STRESS RELIEF CRACKING SUSCEPTIBILITY IN HIGH TEMPERATURE ALLOYSview

  • First Place
  • STRESS RELIEF CRACKING SUSCEPTIBILITY IN HIGH TEMPERATURE ALLOYS
    Rishi Kant


EFFECT OF POWDER CONTAMINATION ON SELECTIVE LASER MELTED 17-4 PH STAINLESS STEELview

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  • EFFECT OF POWDER CONTAMINATION ON SELECTIVE LASER MELTED 17-4 PH STAINLESS STEEL
    Devon Gonzales


PRINTABILITY OF ALLOYS FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURINGview

  • Third Place
  • PRINTABILITY OF ALLOYS FOR ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
    Tuhin Mukherjee


Category E

CHARACTERIZATION OF GRADED TRANSITION JOINTS FOR ENERGY APPLICATIONSview

  • First Place
  • CHARACTERIZATION OF GRADED TRANSITION JOINTS FOR ENERGY APPLICATIONS
    J. Galler


CHARACTERIZATION OF HOOK FORMATION IN FRICTION STIR WELDING AI/Fe DISSIMILAR METAL LAP JOINTview

  • Second Place
  • CHARACTERIZATION OF HOOK FORMATION IN FRICTION STIR WELDING AI/Fe DISSIMILAR METAL LAP JOINT
    San Hoon Kang


HOT CRACKING SUSCEPTIBILITY OF Ni-Cr-Fe ALLOYS UTILIZING THE TRANS-VARESTRAINT TESTview

  • Third Place
  • HOT CRACKING SUSCEPTIBILITY OF Ni-Cr-Fe ALLOYS UTILIZING THE TRANS-VARESTRAINT TEST
    Sangwoo Nam



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