Ravi K. Enneti Advances Understanding of Refractory Metals

JOM, Nov 2016

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Ravi K. Enneti Advances Understanding of Refractory Metals

Ravi K. Enneti Advances Understanding of Refractory Metals Ravi K. Enneti 0 Lynne Robinson 0 0 Looking ahead , Enneti believes that manufacturing Young Professional Technical Notes is an occasional feature highlighting the scientific interests and professional accomplishments of an early career TMS member who has contributed to the technical content of the current issue of JOM. The development of this feature is a special project of the TMS Young Professionals Committee. For additional information, contact Lynne Robinson, Magazine Editor, JOM, at . “Refractory metals - growth and development with the rapid Ravi K. Enneti, advisor for the November JOM technical topic, Refractory Metals that Melt Above 1850°C, credits another TMS member for setting him on the path for his life’s work. “I was initially after reading Powder Metallurgy Science by Randall M. German,” he said. Enneti noted that German, a TMS member since 1970, his career by serving as his Ph.D. advisor at Penn State University. “Dr. German’s learned with German as a principal scientist erosion properties for drilling applications. refractory based metals, carbides, alloys and from combining different types of materials advance this interest. “Advising the JOM topic on refractory metals has helped keep me aware of the latest developments,” he said. “Being a member of the Refractory Metals and Materials Committee and Powder Materials Committee has also provided me ample networking in the research of refractory metals and professional career so far, he noted, was receiving the Grand Prize in the Powder possibilities to fabricate parts from powders as the starting materials for be an interesting challenge impacting additional challenges for fabricating good JOM


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Ravi K. Enneti Advances Understanding of Refractory Metals, JOM, 2016, DOI: 10.1007/s11837-016-2133-5