APPENDIXES

NOTE: Appendixes A though J contain lists of future ISS experiments provided by NASA in February 2002 that were current as of that date



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Factors Affecting the Utilization of the International Space Station for Research in the Biological and Physical Sciences APPENDIXES NOTE: Appendixes A though J contain lists of future ISS experiments provided by NASA in February 2002 that were current as of that date

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Factors Affecting the Utilization of the International Space Station for Research in the Biological and Physical Sciences Appendix A Future Investigations in Materials Science Planned for the ISS Investigation Principal Investigator/Affiliation Flight Hardware Availability/Carrier Facility Kinetics of Nucleation and Crystal Growth in Glass-Forming Melts in Microgravity D. Day, University of Missouri at Rolla 2008 MSRR1 MSLa /LGFb Gravitational Effects on Distortion in Sintering R.M. German Pennsylvania State University 2007 MSRR1 MSL/LGF Reduction of Defects in Germanium-Silicon F. Szofran, Marshall Space Flight Center 2007 MSRR1 MSL/LGF Particle Engulfment and Pushing by Solidifying Interfaces D.M. Stefanescu University of Alabama 2005 MSRR-1 MSL/LGF/ QMIc Coupled Growth in Hypermonotectics J.B. Andrews, University of Alabama at Birmingham 2005 MSRR-1 MSL/LGF/ QMI Interface Pattern Selection in Directional Solidification R.K. Trivedi, Iowa State University 2006 MSRR-1 MSL/LGF/ QMI Comparison of Structure and Segregation in Alloys Directionally Solidified in Terrestrial and Microgravity Experiments D.R. Poirier, University of Arizona 2006 MSRR-1 MSL/LGF/ QMI Coarsening in Solid-Liquid Mixtures P.W. Voorhees Northwestern University 2003 MSGd Spaceflight Holography Investigation in a Virtual Apparatus J. Trolinger, Metrolaser, Inc. 2007 MSG Transient Interfacial Phenomena in Miscible Polymer Systems J.A. Pojman, University of Southern Mississippi 2007 MSG Role of Convection and Growth Competition in Phase Selection in Microgravity M.C. Flemings Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2005 EMLe Quasicrystalline Undercooled Alloys for Space Investigation K. Kelton, Washington University 2005 EML aMaterials Science Laboratory. bLow Gradient Furnace. cQuench Module Insert. dMicrogravity Science Glovebox. eElectromagnetic Levitation Facility.