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A Common Data Dictionary and Common Data Model for Additive Manufacturing

February 16, 2024
Alexander Kuan, Kareem Aggour, Shengyen Li, Yan Lu, Luke Mohr, Alex Kitt, Hunter Macdonald
Additive manufacturing (AM) leverages emerging technologies and well-adopted processes to produce near-net-shape products. The advancement of AM technology requires data management tools to collect, store and share information through the product

Advancing Measurement Science for Microelectronics: CHIPS R&D Metrology Program

February 13, 2024
Marla L. Dowell, Hannah Brown, Gretchen Greene, Paul D. Hale, Brian Hoskins, Sarah Hughes, Bob R. Keller, R Joseph Kline, June W. Lau, Jeff Shainline
The CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 called for NIST to "carry out a microelectronics research program to enable advances and breakthroughs....that will accelerate the underlying R&D for metrology of next-generation microelectronics and ensure the

Phase Composition and Phase Transformation of Additively Manufactured Nickel Alloy 718 AM Bench Artifacts

February 5, 2024
Fan Zhang, Aaron Johnston-Peck, Lyle E. Levine, Michael Katz, Kil-Won Moon, Maureen E. Williams, Sandra W. Young, Andrew J. Allen, Olaf Borkiewicz, Jan Ilavsky
Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies offer unprecedented design flexibility but are limited by a lack of understanding of the material microstructure formed under their extreme and transient processing conditions and its subsequent transformation

Emission Ghost Imaging: reconstruction with data augmentation

February 1, 2024
Kevin J. Coakley, Heather H. Chen-Mayer, Bruce D. Ravel, Daniel Josell, Nikolai Klimov, Sarah Robinson, Daniel S. Hussey
Ghost Imaging enables 2D reconstruction of an object even though particles transmitted or emitted by the object of interest are detected with a single pixel detector without spatial resolution. This is possible because the incident beam is spatially

Connecting Molecular Exchange Dynamics to Stress Relaxation in Phase-Separated Dynamic Covalent Networks

January 22, 2024
Neil Dolinski, Ran Tao, Nicholas Boynton, Anthony Kotula, Charlie Lindberg, Kyle Petersen, Aaron M. Forster, Stuart Rowan
A suite of phase separated dynamic covalent networks based on highly tunable dynamic benzalcyanoacetate (BCA) thia-Michael acceptors are investigated. In situ kinetic studies on small molecule model systems are used in conjunction with macroscopic

Reference Correlations for the Density and Thermal Conductivity, and Review of the Viscosity Measurements, of Liquid Titanium, Zirconium, Hafnium, Vanadium, Niobium, Tantalum, Chromium, Molybdenum, and Tungsten

January 22, 2024
Eleftheria Ntonti, Sofia Sotiriadou, Marc Assael, Marcia L. Huber, Boris Wilthan, Manabu Watanabe
The available experimental data for the density, thermal conductivity, and viscosity of liquid titanium, zirconium, hafnium, vanadium, niobium, tantalum, chromium, molybdenum, and tungsten have been critically examined with the intention of establishing

Toward a Standard Data Architecture for Additive Manufacturing

January 16, 2024
Shengyen Li, Shaw C. Feng, Alexander Kuan, Yan Lu
To advance the additive manufacturing (AM) technologies, R&D projects may evaluate new facilities and different processes that need a scalable data architecture to accommodate the progressing knowledge. This work introduces a data pedigree to enable the

Morphology of Thin-Film Nafion on Carbon as an Analogue of Fuel Cell Catalyst Layers

January 11, 2024
Corey Randall, Lianfeng Zou, Howard Wang, Jingshu Hui, Joaquin Rodriguez-Lopez, Melodie Chen-Glasser, Joseph A. Dura, Steven DeCaluwe
Species transport in thin-film Nafion heavily influences proton exchange membrane (PEMFC) performance, particularly in low-platinum-loaded cells. Literature suggests phase-segregated nano-structures in hydrated Nafion thin films can reduce species mobility

Applying the Effective Bond Energy Formalism (EBEF) to Describe the Sigma (s) Phase in the Co-Cr-Ni-Re System

December 30, 2023
Julio Cesar Pereira Dos Santos, Sean Griesemer, Nathalie Dupin, Ursula R. Kattner, Chuan Liu, Daniela Ivanova, Thomas Hammerschmidt, Suzana Fries, Chris Wolverton, Carelyn E. Campbell
Proper descriptions of Topologically Closed-Packed (TCP) phases in thermodynamic databases are essential to adequately design new alloys. Thus, the recently introduced Effective Bond Energy Formalism (EBEF) is used in this work to describe the sigma (σ)

New NIST Acquisition System for Reading Charpy Machine Encoders

November 13, 2023
Enrico Lucon, John S. Quintavalle, Damian Lauria
A new acquisition system was developed at NIST for reading angle values from the digital encoders of the three Charpy reference machines in Boulder, Colorado. The associated LabView software provides the conversion from encoder angles to absorbed energies

Single-Phase L10-Ordered High Entropy Thin Films with High Magnetic Anisotropy

November 11, 2023
Willie Beeson, Dinesh Bista, Huairuo Zhang, Sergiy Krylyuk, Albert Davydov, Gen Yin, Kai Liu
The vast high entropy alloy (HEA) composition space is promising for discovery of new material phases with unique properties. We explore the potential to achieve high magnetic anisotropy materials in single-phase HEA thin films. Thin films of FeCoNiMnCu

Exploiting redundancy in large materials datasets for efficient machine learning with less data

November 10, 2023
Kamal Choudhary, Brian DeCost, Kangming Li, Daniel "Persaud ", Jason Hattrick-Simpers, Michael Greenwood
Extensive efforts to gather materials data have largely overlooked potential data redundancy. In this study, we present evidence of a significant degree of redundancy across multiple large datasets for various material properties, by revealing that up to

Lattice vibrations and the energy landscape of the isoelectronic semiconductor series CuBr, ZnSe, GaAs, and Ge: The special case of CuBr and its d-level chemistry

November 9, 2023
Joseph Woicik, Eric J. Cockayne, Eric L. Shirley, Igor Levin, Conan Weiland, Bruce D. Ravel, A. M. Milinda Abeykoon
We have examined the lattice vibrations and the energy landscape of the isoelectronic diamond and zincblende semiconductor series CuBr, ZnSe, GaAs, and Ge. Vibrations are found to be an increasing function of ionicity, with the cation sublattice always

Linkage Transformations in a Three-Dimensional Covalent Organic Framework for High-Capacity Adsorption of Perfluoroalkyl Substances

November 3, 2023
Andrea Zeppuhar, Devin Rollins, Dale L. Huber, Emmanuel Bazan-Bergamino, Fu Chen, Hayden Evans, Mercedes Taylor
Despite their many advantages, covalent organic frameworks (COFs) built from three-dimensional monomers are synthetically difficult to functionalize. Herein, we provide a new synthetic approach to the functionalization of a three-dimensional covalent
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