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materials engineer

Beiliang Loh, Chinese materials engineer. Achievements include development of new or altered foundry sand additives and foundry materials; design and development of software package in analyzing phase stability and crystal structure of intermetallic compound, refractory alloys by melting and powder mettalurgy. Member American Foundrymen's Society (member committee since 1996), American Society Metals, Society Mining, Metallurgy, Exploration, Inc.

Background

Loh, Beiliang was born on February 4, 1936 in Shanghai. Came to the United States, 1979.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Physical Chemistry, Futan University, Shanghai, 1961. Master of Science in Materials Science, Columbia University, 1981. Degree in metallurgical engineering (Deputy Doctor of Philosophy), Columbia University, 1988.

Career

Research ingr., Control Iron & Steel Research Institute, Beijing, 1961-1979;researcher, instructor physical metallurgy, Columbia University, New York City, 1979-1985;materials engineer, WHIBCO, Inc., Bridgeton, New Jersey, since 1985.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of new or altered foundry sand additives and foundry materials. Design and development of software package in analyzing phase stability and crystal structure of intermetallic compound, refractory alloys by melting and powder mettalurgy.

Membership

Member American Foundrymen's Society (member committee since 1996), American Society Metals, Society Mining, Metallurgy, Exploration, Inc.

Connections

1 child, Michelle Yuhua.

child:
Michelle Yuhua Loh