Siri Marthe Arbo
Background and activities
My name is Siri Marthe Arbo, and I recently graduated from NTNU with a master’s degree in Materials Science. I wrote my master thesis in collaboration with Norsk Titanium, where I studied the titanium alloy Ti-6Al-4V, an important alloy which is used in for instance airplanes.
My master thesis: "The Effect of Refined Prior ß-grains on the Final Microstructure and Strain Response in Ti-6Al-4V produced by Wire-Fed Plasma Deposition. Investigated by combined EBSD and In-Situ Tensile Experiments."
Mow, I am a Ph.D. student at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, working within the research field of physical metallurgy.
My Ph.D. is part of a larger project working on Sustainable Innovations for Automated Manufacturing of Multi-Material Products - SFI Manufacturing. The primary focus in my Ph.D. work will be on the joining of dissimilar metallic materials – steel and aluminum.
Supervisor: Associate Professor Ida Westermann
Co-supervisor: Professor Bjørn Holmedal
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2019) Relationship between Al-Ni intermetallic Phases and Bond Strength in Roll Bonded Steel-Aluminum Composites with Nickel Interlayers. Metals. vol. 9 (8).
- (2019) The influence of silicon in EN AW 6082 alloys on the bond strength in cold pressure welding. AIP Conference Proceedings. vol. 2113.
- (2018) Influence of thermomechanical processing sequence on properties of AA6082-IF steel cold roll bonded composite sheet. Procedia Manufacturing. vol. 15.
- (2018) Influence of Stacking Sequence and Intermediate Layer Thickness in AA6082-IF Steel Tri-Layered Cold Roll Bonded Composite Sheets. Key Engineering Materials. vol. 767 KEM.