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Mechanical Engineering

Dennis F. Hasson

Professor Emeritus
Mechanical Engineering Department
United States Naval Academy
590 Holloway Road
Annapolis , MD 21402-5042
(410) 293-5129
Fax (410) 293-3041
hasson@usna.edu


EDUCATION
     University of Maryland ,(1967-1970)
     Department of Chemical Engineering
     Doctor of Philosophy
     Dissertation "Scavenging Effect in Solid Solutions of Group V Metals"

     Virginia Polytechnic Institute, (1955-1958)
     Masters of Science, Aeronautical Engineering

     The Johns Hopkins University, (1952-1955)
     Bachelors of Science, Mechanical Engineering


RESEARCH AREAS
     History of Science and Engineering
     Advanced Materials


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
     Professor , U.S. Naval Academy (1973-2000)
     Associate Professor, University of District of Columbia, (1971-1973)
     Aerospace Technologist, NASA Goddard, (1961-1967)
     Aerospace Engineer, Johns Hopkins APL, (1960-1961)
     Aerospace Research Engineer, NASA Space Task Group, (1959-1960)
     Aeronautical Research Engineer, NACA Langley, (1955-1959)


RECENT PUBLICATIONS
     Sastry, Shankar M.L., Mahapatra, Rabindra N. and Hasson, Dennis F.; "Microstructural Refinement of Ti-44Al-11Nb by Severe Plastic Deformation", Scripta Materialia 42(2000),p.731


BOOK CHAPTER
     Hasson, D.F. and Arsenault, R.J., "Substitutional-Interstitial Interactions in B.C.C. Alloys", in Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Ed.: H. Herman, Academic Press, New York, 1972.
     Hasson, D.F. and Hamilton, C.H., Editors, "Advanced Processing Methods for Titanium", The Metallurgical Society of AIME, Warrendale, PA,!982.
     Hasson, D.F. and Crowe, C.R., Editors,"Materials for Marine Systems and Structures, Volume 28 in Series, "Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Ed. H. Herman,Academic Press, New York, 1984.


AWARDS
     Fellow, ASM International (1988)
     Fellow, ASME (1996)
     Navy Meritorious Civilian Service Medal (1996)
     Mechanical Engineering Professor of the Year (2000)
     Mechanical Engineering Researcher of the Year (2000)


Professional Society Memberships
     ASME, Life Member
     ASM International, Member
     Sigma Xi, Emeritus Member
     Phi Kappa Phi, Member
     Alpha Sigma Mu, Member
     Pi Tau Sigma, Member
     Professional Engineer, State of Maryland

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