An efficient alloy design framework for the alloy designers to explore the vastly untapped compositions (need to be specific) potential of high-entropy alloys (HEAs) for outstanding structural and functional properties. The method uses a phenomenological approach to generate a set of descriptors (features) by utilizing the widely accessible library of binary alloy phase diagrams to replace empirical parameters.
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RotorLab+ is the primary interface for ROMAC rotordynamic, bearing, and seal analysis tools. This software suite allows the user to easily build component and rotordynamic system projects to perform various types of analyses for rotating machinery design and performance.
STREAMin 3 is an integrated and infant through preschool comprehensive and fully integrated curriculum package. The curriculum was developed at the University of Virginia, Curry School of Education and Human Development, Center for Advanced Study of Teaching and Learning (CASTL) by Amanda Williford, Ph.D, Kate Matthew, M.S., and Bridget Hamre, Ph.D.
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