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CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHES A CENTER TO AID IN CREATING AND PROCESSING NEW MATERIALS

 CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHES A CENTER
 TO AID IN CREATING AND PROCESSING NEW MATERIALS
 Event: To help American companies create and process new
 materials for high technology uses like the National
 Aerospace Plane, Carnegie Mellon University has
 established a Center for Advanced Deformation Processing
 Research (CADPR). Its significance will be discussed at
 a press briefing featuring speakers from Alcoa's
 Technical Center, Wright Patterson Air Force Base and
 Carnegie Mellon. The hot triaxial compactor, a unique
 machine created here that enhances the properties
 of existing materials and creates new ones through heat,
 pressure and shear stress, will also be displayed.
 When: 2:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 24
 Where: 2327 Wean Hall, Carnegie Mellon campus. The hot triaxial
 compactor is a short distance away on the same floor of
 the building.
 CONTACT: Anne Watzman, 412-268-3830, or 412-268-2900, or Teresa Sokol, 412-268-8495, both of Carnegie Mellon.
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