January 15, 2019 | UCSD Structural & Materials Engineering Building
The search for low density, high strength alloys supports the perennial drive for light-weighting in the transportation industries. Improved efficiency is achieved through reduced mass or higher engine operating temperatures, and so materials with high temperature strength or high specific strength are both considered here. The first 100 years of powered flight gave the world spectacular innovations and capacities, and metals played an indispensable role in these advancements.
Chair: Kevin Woolworth, Collins Aerospace
Vice Chair: Mrs. Rachael Low, Solar Turbines Inc.
Communications Chair: Dr. Robert (Bob) Klug, Solar Turbines Inc.
Treasurer/ Finance: Mrs. Lana Rokhman, Solar Turbines Inc.
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