Keith E. Knipling, Ph.D.

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2006 Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 
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Materials Science Engineering
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David C. Dunand grad student 2006 Northwestern
 (Development of a nanoscale precipitation -strengthened creep -resistant aluminum alloy containing trialuminide precipitates.)
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Knipling KE, Daniil M, Willard MA. (2015) Nanocrystalline Fe88-2 xCoxNixZr7B4Cu1 alloys: Soft magnets for vehicle electrification technologies (invited) Journal of Applied Physics. 117
Fonda RW, Knipling KE, Pilchak AL. (2015) Thermal Stir Welds in Titanium Metallurgical and Materials Transactions a: Physical Metallurgy and Materials Science
Daniil M, Knipling KE, Fonda HM, et al. (2014) Non-equilibrium materials design: A case study of nanostructured soft magnets for cryogenic applications New Journal of Physics. 16
Fonda RW, Knipling KE, Rowenhorst DJ. (2014) EBSD analysis of friction stir weld textures Jom. 66: 149-155
Fonda RW, Reynolds AP, Feng CR, et al. (2012) Material flow in aluminum friction stir welds Materials Science Forum. 706: 983-989
Paticopoulos SC, Caballero-Flores R, Franco V, et al. (2012) Enhancement of the magnetocaloric effect in composites: Experimental validation Solid State Communications. 152: 1590-1594
Fonda RW, Knipling KE. (2011) Texture development in friction stir welds Science and Technology of Welding and Joining. 16: 288-294
Caballero-Flores R, Franco V, Conde A, et al. (2011) Optimization of the refrigerant capacity in multiphase magnetocaloric materials Applied Physics Letters. 98
Franco V, Caballero-Flores R, Conde A, et al. (2011) Magnetocaloric effect and critical exponents of Fe77Co 5.5Ni5.5Zr7B4Cu1: A detailed study Journal of Applied Physics. 109
Knipling KE, Seidman DN, Dunand DC. (2011) Ambient- and high-temperature mechanical properties of isochronally aged Al-0.06Sc, Al-0.06Zr and Al-0.06Sc-0.06Zr (at.%) alloys Acta Materialia. 59: 943-954
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