DOE Materials Sciences Research Competition Awards
Metallurgy and Ceramics: Significant Implication for Energy Technology
- Design of Ductile Nickel Aluminides for High Temperature Structural Use, C. T. Liu, C. L. White, J. A. Horton, 1984.
- Processing and Properties of Dense Fine Grained Titanium Diboride (Tib2) Ceramics, V. J. Tennery, C. B. Finch, C. S. Yust, G. W. Clark, C. J. McHargue, 1982.
- The Effect of Helium Gas and Pulsed Irradiation on Materials Behavior in Fusion Reactors, L. K. Mansur, K. Farrell, L. L. Horton, E. H. Lee, M. B. Lewis, N. H. Packan, 1983.
- A Preduction of the Stress State in NB3SN Superconducting Composites, D. S. Easton, D. M. Kroeger, C. C. Koch; W. Specking (Karlsruhe, Germany), 1980.
Metallurgy and Ceramics: Outstanding Sustained Research
- Advances in Atom Probe Field Ion Microscopy and their Applications to Materials Sciences, M. K. Miller, 1997.
- The Modern Theory of Metallic Alloys, J. S. Faulkner, G. M. Stocks, W. H. Butler, 1982.
Metallurgy and Ceramics: Significant Implication for Department of Energy Related Technologies
- Transformation Toughening Behavior in Ceramics, P. F. Becher, 1986.
Solid State Physics: Significant Implication for Department of Energy Related Technologies
- Development of Biaxially Aligned, High Critical Current Density High-Tc Superconducting Deposits on Textured Metallic Tapes, J. D. Budai, D. K. Christen, A. Goyal, C. D. Klabunde, D. M. Kroger, D. P. Norton, M. Paranthaman, and E. D. Specht, 1996.