|David W. Lipke|
Assistant Professor of Materials Science and Engineering
B.S., Engineering, Harvey Mudd College, 2005
Location: Binns-Merrill Hall 115
High temperature materials development is critically important for many sectors of economic importance, including aerospace, chemical, defense and energy industries. My research sees to improve material thermo-mechanical behavior and physicochemical properties via advanced compositional and micro-structural design. I have laboratory experience with the following:
D.W. Lipke and K.H. Sandhage. Intragranular Nanocomposites via Internal Reduction of Carbide Solid Solutions. In Press: ECS Transactions 2013.
D.W. Lipke, Y. Zhang, Y. Cai, and K.H. Sandhage. Intragranular Tungsten/Zirconium Carbide Nanocomposites via a Selective Liquid/Solid Displacement Reaction. J. Am. Ceram. Soc. 2012; 95: 2769-2772.
D.W. Lipke, Y. Zhang, Y. Liu, B.C. Church, and K.H. Sandhage. Near Net-Shape/Net-Dimension ZrC/W-based Composites with Complex Geometries via Rapid Prototyping and Displacive Compensation of Porosity. J. Euro. Ceram. Soc. 2010; 30: 2265-2277.
Y. Liu, D.W. Lipke, Y. Zhang, and K.H. Sandhage. The Kinetics of Incongruent Reduction of Tungsten Carbide via Reaction with a Hafnium-Copper Melt. Acta Mater. 2009; 57: 3924-3931.