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Jonathan E. Guyer

Research Interests


Recent Submissions

  • Saylor DM, Guyer JE, Wheeler D, Warren JA, "Predicting Microstructure Development During Casting of Drug Eluting Coatings" Acta Biomater (2010), doi:10.1016/j.actbio.2010.09.019 (in press)
  • Josell D, Beauchamp CR, Hamadani B, Jung S, Guyer JE, Hangarter C, Gergel-Hackett N, Xu H, Zhitenev N, "Three-Dimensionally Structured Thin Film Heterojunction Photovoltaics on Interdigitated Back-Contacts" (submitted)
  • Dair B, Saylor DM, Cargal TE, French GR, Kennedy KM, Casas RS, Guyer JE, Warren JA, Pollack SK, "The Effect of Substrate Material on Silver Nanoparticle Antimicrobial Efficacy" J Nanosci Nanotechnol (submitted)
  • Mohanty RR, Guyer JE, Sohn YH, "Diffusion under temperature gradient: A phase-field model study," Journal of Applied Physics 106(3) 034912 (2009), doi:10.1063/1.3190607

Publications

PFHub: The Phase-Field Community Hub

Author(s)
Daniel Wheeler, Trevor Keller, Jonathan E. Guyer, James A. Warren, Stephen DeWitt, Andrea Jokisaari, Daniel Schwen, Larry Aagesen, Olle Heinonen, Michael Tonks, Peter Voorhees
An online portal provides a valuable space for scientific communities to summarize a shared challenge, collect attempts at a solution, and present a

Single Track Melt Pool Measurements and Microstructures in Inconel 625

Author(s)
Supriyo Ghosh, Li Ma, Lyle E. Levine, Richard E. Ricker, Mark R. Stoudt, Jarred C. Heigel, Jonathan E. Guyer
We use single track laser melting experiments and simulations on Inconel 625 to estimate the dimensions and microstructures of the resulting melt pools. Our

Application of Finite Element, Phase-field, and CALPHAD-based Methods to Additive Manufacturing of Ni-based Superalloys

Author(s)
Trevor Keller, Greta Lindwall, Supriyo Ghosh, Li Ma, Brandon M. Lane, Fan Zhang, Ursula R. Kattner, Eric Lass, Yaakov S. Idell, Maureen E. Williams, Andrew J. Allen, Jonathan E. Guyer, Lyle E. Levine
Numerical simulations are used in this work to investigate aspects of microstructure and microsegregation during rapid solidification of a Ni-based superalloy
Created March 29, 2019