Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry

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Innovations

Innovation Title Categories Lead Inventor
Reliable Containment of High-Temperature Molten Halide Salts for Thermal Energy Storage
2020-SAND-69026
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
  2. Chemical Engineering
Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry
New Fabrication Process for Hypersonics
2019-SAND-68537
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
  2. Aeronautics
Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry
High-Temperature Heat Transfer and Thermal Energy Storage Materials
2019-SAND-68677
  1. Chemical Engineering
  2. Civil Engineering
Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry
Methods of Fabricating Refractory Complex Concentrated Alloys
2020-SAND-69002
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry
Inhibiting Molten Salt Infiltration of Porous Materials
2020-SAND-68768
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry
Mechanically, Thermally, and Chemically-Robust (Oxidation/Corrosion-Resistant) High-Temperature Ceramic/Metal Composites
2019-SAND-68340
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry
Mechanically Robust High Temperature Composites and Processes for Manufacturing Such Composites
2017-SAND-67675
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry
Toughened Ceramic Composite Components for High-Temperature Systems
2016-SAND-67513
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
  2. Electrical Engineering
Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry
Method and Materials for Achieving Corrosion Resistance
2016-SAND-67546
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
  2. Chemical Engineering
Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry
Method for Achieving Corrosion Resistance of Solids in Molten Salts
2017-SAND-67813
  1. Materials and Manufacturing
Sandhage, Kenneth H Henry

Details

Dr. Kenneth Sandhage is the Reilly Professor of Materials Engineering at Purdue University. He received a B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering with highest distinction from Purdue University and a Ph.D. in Ceramics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. The Sandhage group has pioneered the development of novel, shape-preserving, reaction-based processes for generating materials with tailored chemistries and macro-to-nanoscale structures for energy, environmental, transportation, defense, and medical applications.

For additional information, visit Dr. Sandhage's Purdue webpage: https://engineering.purdue.edu/MSE/People/ptProfile?id=126421
or his research website: https://engineering.purdue.edu/MSE/People/Faculty/sandhage/index.html