Thesis Title: The Effects of Alloying on Nitriding Behavior and Fatigue Performance of Medium Carbon Bar Steels
Degree Plan: Doctorate of Philosophy
Completion: August 2018
Steel Center Student Since: August 2013
Bio: Jonah joined the ASPPRC in August 2013 after working at Power Systems Manufacturing (PSM) for 5 years on reconditioning of industrial gas turbine components. Prior to working at PSM, Jonah earned his BS degree in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Florida (UF). Jonah also worked as a welder for 7 years throughout high school and college.
- Klemm-Toole, K.O. Findley, R. Cryderman, M. Burnett, “Effects of Starting Microstructure and Vanadium Content on the Nitriding Response of Medium Carbon Bar Steels,” in Advances in Metallurgy of Long and Forged Products, Vail, CO, pp. 261-273, 2015.