Emmanuel De Moor

Emmanuel De Moor

Assistant Professor

 

Education: B.S. Applied Science, M.S and Ph.D Materials Science, Ghent University, Belgium

Phone: (303) 273-3624

Fax: (303) 273-3016

Email: edemoor@mines.edu

Mailing Address:
Emmanuel De Moor
ASPPRC
George S. Ansell Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO 80401
USA


Research Area

  • Alloying
  • Microstructure and properties of steel

Technical Focus

My primary focus is on physical metallurgy and the study of the effect of heat treating on microstructural development and mechanical properties. Previously I was involved in low carbon TRIP steel research, notably on strain ageing (bake hardening), mechanical stability of the retained austenite and high strain rate testing of these grades.

More recently I studied the Quenching and Partitioning process by assessing mechanical properties, such as tensile and hole expansion, as well as by a study of the physical metallurgy of the process through dilatometry and differential scanning calorimetry analysis.

I am currently involved in the wire, sheet and plate research.

In my view, a primary goal of academic engineering research should be a fundamental study of involved mechanisms, aiming at improving properties and/or optimizing processes in service to the industry. This approach can greatly contribute to the education of our students.

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