Christopher Schuh, Ph.D.

2001 Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
Materials Science Engineering, Metallurgy Engineering
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David C. Dunand grad student 2001 Northwestern
 (Mechanisms and mechanics of transformation -mismatch plasticity in titanium alloys and composites.)
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Gibson MA, Schuh CA. (2016) A compilation of ab-initio calculations of embrittling potencies in binary metallic alloys. Data in Brief. 6: 143-8
Johnson OK, Schuh CA. (2016) Texture mediated grain boundary network design in two dimensions Journal of Materials Research. 31: 1171-1184
Tuncer N, Schuh CA. (2016) Melt-cast microfibers of Cu-based shape memory alloy adopt a favorable texture for superelasticity Scripta Materialia. 117: 46-50
Gibson MA, Schuh CA. (2016) A survey of ab-initio calculations shows that segregation-induced grain boundary embrittlement is predicted by bond-breaking arguments Scripta Materialia. 113: 55-58
Kalidindi AR, Schuh CA. (2016) A compound unit method for incorporating ordered compounds into lattice models of alloys Computational Materials Science. 118: 172-179
Somekawa H, Schuh CA. (2016) Effect of Crystal Orientation on Nanoindentation Behavior in Magnesium Metallurgical and Materials Transactions a: Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science. 47: 3227-3234
Chen Y, Schuh CA. (2016) Elasticity of Random Multiphase Materials: Percolation of the Stiffness Tensor Journal of Statistical Physics. 162: 232-241
Peykov D, Yeng YX, Celanovic I, et al. (2015) Effects of surface diffusion on high temperature selective emitters. Optics Express. 23: 9979-93
Park M, Schuh CA. (2015) Accelerated sintering in phase-separating nanostructured alloys. Nature Communications. 6: 6858
Gibson MA, Schuh CA. (2015) Segregation-induced changes in grain boundary cohesion and embrittlement in binary alloys Acta Materialia. 95: 145-155
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