Tags: materials informatics

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  1. Fracture Surfaces of Dual-Phase Steels

    CSE 8803: Materials Informatics Fall 2017, Georgia Institute of Technology Karla Wagner Table of Contents DP Steels Post 1 - Introduction DP Steels Post 2 - Plan of Action DP Steels Post 3 -...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2017/wiki/FractureSurfacesofDualPhaseSteels

  2. Noah Paulson Research

    This wiki contains pages which introduce and motivate Noah Paulson’s Ph.D. work

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/minedmodeling/wiki/DissertationNHP:NoahPaulsonResearch

  3. MKS for Titanium Polycrystals - Rank Ordering of HCF Resistance using Localization

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/minedmodeling/wiki/PolycrystalLocalizationHCF:MKSforTitaniumPolycrystalsRankOrderingofHCFResistanceusingLocalization

  4. MKS for Titanium Polycrystals - Predicting Bulk Properties

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/minedmodeling/wiki/PolycrystalBulkProperties:MKSforTitaniumPolycrystalsPredictingBulkProperties

  5. Noah Paulson Research - Background

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/minedmodeling/wiki/DissertationNHP:NoahPaulsonResearchBackground

  6. Noah Paulson Research - Introduction

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/minedmodeling/wiki/DissertationNHP:NoahPaulsonResearchIntroduction

  7. Morphology control in auto-assembly of Zinc meso-tetra (4-pyridyl) porphyrin (ZnTPyP) - Blog Post 10 - Executive Summary

    Morphology control in auto-assembly of Zinc meso-tetra (4-pyridyl) porphyrin (ZnTPyP) – Executive Summary by Hyung Nun (Jonny) Kim and Yongshuai (Eric) Wang Materials Informatics Course...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/MorphologycontrolinautoassemblyofZincmesotetra4pyridylporphyrinZnTPyPBlogPost10ExecutiveSummary

  8. Nanocrystals: Blog Post 10 - Final Blog

    Extracting morphological changes in nanocrystals using in situ liquid cell microscopy Final Blog This course has been quite the experience. The project presented a lot of unforeseen challenges, but...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/Nanocrystals:BlogPost10FinalBlog

  9. Nanocrystals: Blog Post 9 - Quality of the Model

    Extracting morphological changes in nanocrystals using in situ liquid cell microscopy Quality of the Model For the first two pc scores, we used a fifth-order polynomial, which gave us 21...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/Nanocrystals:BlogPost9QualityoftheModel

  10. Nanocrystals: Blog Post 8 - Regression Model

    Extracting morphological changes in nanocrystals using in situ liquid cell microscopy’ Regression Models Now that we have the first three pc scores for all the microstructures, we can start...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/Nanocrystals:BlogPost8RegressionModel

  11. Nanocrystals: Blog Post 7 - PCA

    Extracting morphological changes in nanocrystals using in situ liquid cell microscopy PCA After constructing two-point statistics plots for all the microstructures, these data were built into an...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/NanoCrystals:BlogPost5:ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKe/NanoCrystals:BlogPost4ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKey/Extractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsi/ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyBlogPost7KeyandPayne

  12. Nanocrystals: Blog Post 3 - Segmentation and Binarization

    Extracting Morphological Changes in Nanocrystals Using in Situ Liquid Cell Microscopy Difficulties with the Segmentation and Binarization of Images As we alluded to in our last blog, segmentation...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/NanoCrystals:BlogPost3ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKey

  13. Nanocrystals: Blog Post 6 - Improving Frame Extraction

    Extracting morphological changes in nanocrystals using in situ liquid cell microscopy Improving Automation of Frame Extraction As we have discussed before, each one of our data sets contains...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/NanoCrystals:BlogPost4ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKey/NanoCrystals:BlogPost5:ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKe/ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyBlogPost6KeyandPayne

  14. Post 1 - Introduction

    Extracting Morphological Changes in Nanocrystals Using in Situ Liquid Cell Microscopy Introduction With the increasing predominance of nanoscale systems in both industry and research, understanding...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/NanoCrystals:BlogPost1ExtractingmorphologicalchangesinnanocrystalsusinginsituliquidcellmicroscopyKey

  15. Quantitative Analysis of Structural Change in LiCoO2 During Ionic Transport - Blog Post 1 - Background

    Background Electric-field driven transport of ions in the solid state is one of the most studied problems in solid state electrochemistry. This problem has fascinating fundamental statistical...

    https://matin.gatech.edu/groups/materials_informatics_course_fall_2016/wiki/Quantitative:QuantitativeAnalysisofstructuralchangeinLiCoO2DuringIonicTransportBlogPost1DefiningtheP

  16. Test Note

    The test note. TEM Images of 2.25Cr-1Mo steel simulated weld, cooling rate 5C/s, weld 'A' and 'B'

    https://matin.gatech.edu/projects/testprj/notes/TestNote