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Ursula R. Kattner (Fed)

Current Research Interests

                                             

  •     Computational thermodynamics
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  •     Alloy phase diagram evaluations
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  •     Metal-hydrogen systems
           
  •     Solder alloy systems
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  •     Superalloy systems

For more info, please see my research homepage

Publications

Good reporting practice for thermophysical and thermochemical property measurements (IUPAC Technical Report)

Author(s)
Ala Bazyleva, Jens Abildskov, Andre Anderko, Olivier Baudouin, Yury Chernyak, Jean-Charles de Hemptinne, Vladimir Diky, Ralf Dohrn, J. R. Elliott, Johan Jacquemin, Jean-Noel Jaubert, Kevin Joback, Ursula Kattner, Georgios Kontogeorgis, Herbert Loria, Paul M. Mathias, John O'Connell, Wolffram Schroer, G. J. Smith, Ana Soto, Shu Wang, Ronald D. Weir
Scientific projects frequently involve measurements of thermophysical, thermochemical, and other related properties of chemical compounds and materials. These

Development of Computational Framework for Titanium Alloy Phase Transformation Prediction in Laser Powder-bed Direct Energy Additive Manufacturing

Author(s)
Zhi Liang, Ivan Zhirnov, Fan Zhang, Kevontrez K. Jones, David C. Deisenroth, Maureen E. Williams, Ursula R. Kattner, Kil-Won Moon, Wing-Kam Liu, Brandon M. Lane, Carelyn E. Campbell
In conjunction with bare metal single laser track validation experiments, a computational framework is proposed to accelerate the design and development of new

Patents

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Knowledge Management System and Process for Managing Knowledge

NIST Inventors
John T. Elliott, Talapady N. Bhat, Ursula R. Kattner, Carelyn E. Campbell, Ram D. Sriram, Eswaran Subrahmanian and Jacob Collard
Patent Description This method is a general approach to generating sets of normalized terminology from a digital corpus of natural language documents in any given domain to address the need for flexible, intuitive, reusable, and normalized terminology. The terms that this approach generates are root
Created October 9, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021