Posted: 02-15-2024

Location: U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command-Aberdeen Proving Ground

Level: Graduate Student

General Topic: Material Science

Description of Research: Controlling heat flow in composite materials is of fundamental interest. In this project, the student will design, fabricate and test fiber reinforced composite materials (e.g., carbon fiber with a polymer matrix) and explore methods of significantly changing the material’s thermal properties (i.e., thermal diffusivity, thermal conductivity, thermal contact resistances). Students majoring in engineering, chemistry, physics or materials science are ideal for this project.

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