Department of Materials Science & Engineering
97 North Eagleville Road, Unit 3136
Storrs, CT 06269-3136
Office: IMS 103
Phone: (860) 486-0853
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: Course Materials
Dr. Brody’s research interests have focused on casting and solidification, computer aided design of materials processing, and engineering education. With his students and colleagues, Dr. Brody has contributed to our basic understanding of the dendritic solidification of alloys and in particular to the redistribution of solute during the solidification of binary and multicomponent alloys; to the numerical simulation of casting and solidification processes; including microsegregation, coupled heat transfer and fluid flow, solidification rate, thermal stress, and porosity; and to the development of quantitative criteria to predict the quality and soundness of castings, including criteria to be used in conjunction with software for computer aided design of casting processes. As an innovator in engineering education, Dr. Brody and his colleagues have pioneered in integrating engineering problem solving and engineering design throughout the curriculum.
|2002||Visiting Professor, MIT|
|1997-1998||Acting Director of the Precision Manufacturing Institute, UConn|
|1991-1997||Dean of Engineering, UConn|
|1987-1992||Visiting Professor, MIT|
|1983-1991||Director, Casting Industries Science and Engineering Institute, University of Pittsburgh|
|1971-1979||Chairman, Dept. of Metallurgy & Materials Engineering, University of Pittsburgh|
|1966-1991||Faculty, University of Pittsburgh|
|1965-1966||Staff, Division of Sponsored Research, MIT|
|1965-1966||Senior Research Metallurgist, Monsanto Research Corporation, MIT|
|2009||Bruce Chalmers Award, Solidification Science, TMS|
|2004||Citation, Engineering Education & Economic Development, Pennsylvania Lt. Governor|
|1997||Citation, Engineering Education & Economic Development, Connecticut Legislature|
|1997||Metallurgist of the Year, Connecticut Professional Materials Societies|
|1981-1984||Engineering Faculty Award for Sustained Merit, U of Pittsburgh|
|1978-1991||Foundry Educational Foundation Professor, U of Pittsburgh 1970: Sauveur Memorial Award, Boston Chapter, American Society for Metals|
X. Pan, J.E. Morral, H.D. Brody, Q-phase in Al-Cu-Mg-Si alloys Journal of Phase Equilibria and Diffusion, Vol. 31, No. 2 (Springer, Boston, April, 2010) 144-148.
D. Zhang, J.E. Morral, and H.D. Brody, Measurements for Cu and Si Diffusivities in Al-Si-Cu Alloys by Diffusion Couples, Mat. Sci. and Eng. A (2007) 217-221.
Yong Ma, Jian Fang, Harold D. Brody, Structure, Property, Processing Relations in Cast, Solutionized, and Aged Al-Si-Cu-Mg and Al-Si-Mg Alloys, Shape Casting: 2nd International Symposium, Edited by Paul N. Crepeau, Murat Tiryakioğlu and John Campbell, TMS (The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society), 2007.
B. Li, H. D. Brody and A. Kazimirov, Real Time Observation of Dendrite Coarsening in Sn-13%Bi Alloy by Synchrotron Microradiography, Met. Mat Trans A, 38 (3) (2007) 599-605.
J. Fang & H.D. Brody, An Empirical Model for Tensile Strength of Cast and Aged Al-Si-Cu-Mg Alloys, Proceedings, ASM Heat Treating Conference (Metals Park, 2006).
H. D. Brody et al, An Innovative Industry/University Partnership for Engineering, Proceedings ABET (November 1996).
M. J. Cima, M. C. Flemings, A. M. Figuerdo, M. Nakade, H. Ishii , H. D. Brody, and J. S. Haggerty, Semi-solid Solidification of HTSC Oxides, J. Appl. Phys. 72, No 1 (July, 1992) 179-190. H. D. Brody and S. A. David, Controlled Solidification of Peritectic Alloys, Solidification and Casting of Metals, The Metals Society (London, 1979) 144-151.