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Women in Aerospace Materials - Advancements and Perspectives of Emerging Technologies  
Women in Aerospace Materials - Advancements and Perspectives of Emerging Technologies
von: Mary E. Kinsella
Springer-Verlag, 2020
ISBN: 9783030407797
182 Seiten, Download: 9156 KB
 
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  Preface 6  
  Contents 8  
  Chapter 1: Aerospace Trailblazers 10  
     1.1 Introduction 10  
     1.2 Beatrice Hicks (1919–1979) 10  
     1.3 Yvonne Brill (1924–2013) 14  
     1.4 Mildred Dresselhaus (1930–2017) 18  
     1.5 Bonnie Dunbar (1949–) 20  
     1.6 Tresa Pollock (1961–) 22  
     1.7 Cady Coleman (1960–) 24  
     References 25  
  Chapter 2: Peeking Inside the Black Box: NMR Metabolomics for Optimizing Cell-Free Protein Synthesis 27  
     2.1 Literature Review of Cell-Free Protein Synthesis 27  
     2.2 Experimental 31  
     2.3 Conclusions 39  
     References 39  
  Chapter 3: Development of Organic Nonlinear Optical Materials for Light Manipulation 42  
     3.1 Introduction 42  
     3.2 Overview of Classes of Nonlinear Optical Materials 44  
     3.3 Lessons Learned in Development and Utility for AF Applications 50  
     3.4 Conclusions 53  
     References 53  
  Chapter 4: 2D Materials: Molybdenum Disulfide for Electronic and Optoelectronic Devices 55  
     4.1 Introduction 55  
     4.2 MoS2 Research 56  
     4.3 Conclusion 61  
     References 61  
  Chapter 5: Emerging Materials to Move Plasmonics into the Infrared 64  
     5.1 Introduction 64  
     5.2 Material Properties 65  
     5.3 Transparent Conducting Oxides 67  
     5.4 Metal Nitrides 69  
     5.5 Semiconductors 70  
     5.6 Graphene and Organics 71  
     5.7 Nanoparticles and Nanostructures 72  
     5.8 Future Outlook 76  
     References 77  
  Chapter 6: Materials for Flexible Thin-Film Transistors: High-Power Impulse Magnetron Sputtering of Zinc Oxide 83  
     6.1 Introduction 83  
     6.2 Experimental Details 86  
     6.3 Results and Discussion 88  
     6.4 Conclusions 93  
     References 94  
  Chapter 7: Printed Electronics for Aerospace Applications 97  
     7.1 Introduction 97  
     7.2 Materials for Printing 98  
     7.3 Printing and Post-processing 99  
     7.4 Material Characterization 101  
     7.5 Applications 104  
     7.6 Summary 107  
     References 108  
  Chapter 8: Challenges in Metal Additive Manufacturing for Large-Scale Aerospace Applications 109  
     8.1 Background: Metal Additive Manufacturing for Aerospace Applications 109  
     8.2 Attributes of Additive Manufacturing Processes 110  
     8.3 Directed Energy Deposition: Electron Beam Freeform Fabrication (EBF3) 111  
     8.4 Case Studies: Challenges in EBF3 Deposition 116  
        8.4.1 Generic Inconel® 718 Rocket Nozzle 116  
        8.4.2 Generic Ti-6Al-4V Rocket Nozzle 119  
        8.4.3 Copper-Nickel Bimetallic Nozzle 121  
        8.4.4 Aluminum Stiffened Panels for Aerostructures and Launch Vehicles 124  
     8.5 Concluding Remarks 127  
     References 127  
  Chapter 9: Advanced Characterization of Multifunctional Nanocomposites 129  
     9.1 Introduction 129  
     9.2 The Interphase 130  
     9.3 Nanoscale Characterization: Techniques and Challenges 131  
     9.4 AFM of Polymer Nanocomposites 131  
     9.5 SEM of Polymer Nanocomposites 134  
     9.6 Atomic Force Microscopy with Infrared Spectroscopy 139  
     9.7 Summary: The Power of Multiple Techniques 143  
     References 144  
  Chapter 10: Materials and Process Development of Aerospace Polymer Matrix Composites 146  
     10.1 Introduction 146  
     10.2 Materials Process Development 147  
        10.2.1 Influence of Out-Time on the Out-of-Autoclave Processability of Large Composite Structures [1, 2] 147  
        10.2.2 Evaluation of Exotherm Development in Processing Thick Composite Parts 150  
     10.3 Materials Development 157  
        10.3.1 Thermoplastic Interleave Approach to Meet Damage Tolerance Requirement of a Composite Fan Blade [9] 157  
     10.4 Summary 160  
     References 161  
  Author Biographies 162  
  Index 177  


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