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Outcomes and Conclusions from the 2018 AM-Bench Measurements, Challenge Problems, Modeling Submissions, and Conference

Lyle E. Levine, Brandon M. Lane, Jarred C. Heigel, Kalman D. Migler, Mark R. Stoudt, Thien Q. Phan, Richard E. Ricker, Maria Strantza, Michael R. Hill, Fan Zhang, Jonathan E. Seppala, Edward J. Garboczi, Erich D. Bain, Daniel Cole, Andrew J. Allen, Jason C. Fox, Carelyn E. Campbell
The Additive Manufacturing Benchmark Test Series (AM-Bench) was established to provide rigorous measurement test data for validating additive manufacturing (AM)

Weld formation during material extrusion additive manufacturing

Jonathan E. Seppala, Seung Hoon Han, Kaitlyn E. Hillgartner, Chelsea S. Davis, Kalman D. Migler
Material extrusion (ME) is a layer-by-layer additive manufacturing process that is now used in personal and commercial production where prototyping and

Raman Identification of Multiple Melting Peaks of Polyethylene

Ying Jin, Anthony P. Kotula, Chad R. Snyder, Angela R. Hight Walker, Kalman D. Migler, Young J. Lee
Multiple melting peaks of high-density polyethylene produced by complex thermal pre-treatment are investigated with variable temperature Raman spectroscopy and


Walter G. McDonough, Sara V. Orski, Charles M. Guttman, Kalman D. Migler, Kathryn L. Beers
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) provides science, industry, and government with a central source of well-characterized materials

Bottom Up Approaches to Improved Polyolefin Measurements

Sara V. Orski, Thomas W. Rosch, Anthony P. Kotula, Richard J. Sheridan, Frederick R. Phelan Jr., Kalman D. Migler, Chad R. Snyder, Luis Fernando Vargas Lara, Jack F. Douglas, Kathryn L. Beers
As a class of materials, polyolefins remain the largest production volume polymer in the world, as well as a highly desirable medium from which to engineer high

Lightweight, flexible, high-performance carbon nanotube cables by scalable flow coating*

Nathan D. Orloff, Francesca Mirri, Aaron M. Forster, Rana NMN Ashkar, Robert Headrick, E. A. Bengio, Christian J. Long, April Choi, Yimin Luo, Angela R. Hight Walker, Paul Butler, Kalman D. Migler, Matteo Pasquali
Coaxial cables for data transmission are ubiquitously used in telecommunications, aerospace, automotive and robotics industries. Unfortunately, the metals used