Brody Oliver

"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

Bio:
Brody is a Metallurgical Engineering student at the Colorado School of Mines currently seeking a bachelors degree of science.  Brody is an accomplished student athlete who plays for the varsity football team while also working as an undergraduate research assistant for professor Stephen Liu. He is most interested in welding sciences and wishes to continue to pursue his education in this field. His first internship will be with the Intermountain Rural Electric Association where he will help develop construction projects for the power distribution company.

Contact Information:
Email: boliver@mines.edu