Joris Hochanadel

"Investigation of Low Temperature Transformation Wires for Reduction of Plate Distortion"

This project is designed to determine the effect of submerged arc LTT wires on the reduction of plate distortion as compared to typical wires.

Degree Pursued:
Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering

Estimated Graduation Date:
May 2018

Joris is from Santa Fe, New Mexico. He graduated from St. Michael’s High School in May of 2014. Joris is a sophomore at Mines and he began working for the Center for Welding, Joining and Coatings Research in July, 2015 on this project. He is interested in ferrous metallurgy and welding metallurgy. He is a second generation student of the CWJCR (his father, Patrick, was a member of the CWJCR from 1990 to 1996). He is also a student-athlete as a thrower for the Mines Track and Field Team. Joris plans on graduate studies after completion of his undergraduate degree at Mines.

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