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  • Boise, ID
  • 777 Hoopes Ave APT K103, Idaho Falls, ID 83401
  • 1800 Penwood Dr, Knoxville, TN 37922
  • Baltimore, MD
  • 612 Garnet St, Houghton, MI 49931 (906) 482-4189
  • Lafayette, TN

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Senior Materials Scientist

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Location:
Idaho Falls, ID
Work:
The Nanosteel Company
Senior Materials Scientist
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Sheng Cheng

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Senior Lead Engineer

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Senior Lead Engineer
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Sheng Cheng

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Location:
United States

Publications

Us Patents

High-Efficiency Solid State Power Amplifier

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US Patent:
6909324, Jun 21, 2005
Filed:
Dec 12, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/433284
Inventors:
Robert E. Wallis - Ellicott City MD, US
Sheng Cheng - Laytonsville MD, US
Assignee:
The Johns Hopkins University - Baltimore MD
International Classification:
H03F003/68
US Classification:
330124R, 330295
Abstract:
A high-efficiency solid state power amplifier (SSPA) for specific use in a spacecraft is provided. The SSPA has a mass of less than 850 g and includes two different X-band power amplifier sections, i. e. , a lumped power amplifier with a single 11-W output and a distributed power amplifier with eight 2. 75-W outputs. These two amplifier sections provide output power that is scalable from 11 to 15 watts without major design changes. Five different hybrid microcircuits, including high-efficiency Heterostructure Field Effect Transistor (HFET) amplifiers and Monolithic Microwave Integrated Circuit (MMIC) phase shifters have been developed for use within the SSPA. A highly efficient packaging approach enables the integration of a large number of hybrid circuits into the SSPA.

Classes Of Modal Structured Steel With Static Refinement And Dynamic Strengthening And Method Of Making Thereof

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US Patent:
8257512, Sep 4, 2012
Filed:
Jan 20, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/354924
Inventors:
Daniel James Branagan - Idaho Falls ID, US
Brian E. Meacham - Idaho Falls ID, US
Jason K. Walleser - Idaho Falls ID, US
Andrew T. Ball - Ammom ID, US
Grant G. Justice - Idaho Falls ID, US
Brendan L. Nation - Idaho Falls ID, US
Sheng Cheng - Idaho Falls ID, US
Alla V. Sergueeva - Idaho Falls ID, US
Assignee:
The Nanosteel Company, Inc. - Providence RI
International Classification:
C22C 38/54
C22C 38/34
C21D 6/00
C21D 7/00
C21D 9/00
US Classification:
148326, 148325, 148327, 148328, 148330, 148579, 148648
Abstract:
The present disclosure is directed at formulations and methods to provide new steel alloys having relatively high strength and ductility. The alloys may be provided in sheet or pressed form and characterized by their particular alloy chemistries and identifiable crystalline grain size morphology. The alloys are such that they include boride grains present as pinning phases. Mechanical properties of the alloys in what is termed a Class 1 Steel indicate yield strengths of 300 MPa to 840 MPa, tensile strengths of 630 to 1100 MPa and elongations of 10% to 40%. In what is termed a Class 2 steel, the alloys indicate yield strengths of 300 MPa to 1300 MPa, tensile strengths of 720 MPa to 1580 MPa and elongations of 5% to 35%.

Method Of Producing Classes Of Non-Stainless Steels With High Strength And High Ductility

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US Patent:
8419869, Apr 16, 2013
Filed:
Jul 24, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/556410
Inventors:
Daniel James Branagan - Idaho Falls ID, US
Brian E. Meacham - Idaho Falls ID, US
Jason K. Walleser - Idaho Falls ID, US
Andrew T. Ball - Ammom ID, US
Grant G. Justice - Idaho Falls ID, US
Brendan L. Nation - Idaho Falls ID, US
Sheng Cheng - Idaho Falls ID, US
Alla V. Sergueeva - Idaho Falls ID, US
Assignee:
The NanoSteel Company, Inc. - Providence RI
International Classification:
C21D 8/00
C21D 7/00
C21D 9/00
US Classification:
148579, 148648, 148561, 148330, 148328
Abstract:
The present disclosure is directed and formulations and methods to provide non-stainless steel alloys having relative high strength and ductility. The alloys may be provided in sheet or pressed form and characterized by their particular alloy chemistries and identifiable crystalline grain size morphology. The alloys are such that they include boride pinning phases. In what is termed a Class 1 Steel the alloys indicate tensile strengths of 630 MPa to 1100 MPa and elongations of 10-40%. Class 2 Steel indicates tensile strengths of 875 MPa to 1590 MPa and elongations of 5-30%. Class 3 Steel indicates tensile strengths of 1000 MPa to 1750 MPa and elongations of 0. 5-15%.

Method Of Making Non-Stainless Steels With High Strength And High Ductility

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US Patent:
8641840, Feb 4, 2014
Filed:
Apr 16, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/863911
Inventors:
Brian E. Meacham - Idaho Falls ID, US
Jason K. Walleser - Idaho Falls ID, US
Andrew T. Ball - Ammon ID, US
Grant G. Justice - Idaho Falls ID, US
Brendan L. Nation - Idaho Falls ID, US
Sheng Cheng - Idaho Falls ID, US
Alla V. Sergueeva - Idaho Falls ID, US
Assignee:
The NanoSteel Company, Inc. - Providence RI
International Classification:
C21D 9/00
US Classification:
148561, 148540, 148579, 148648
Abstract:
The present disclosure is directed and formulations and methods to provide non-stainless steel alloys having relative high strength and ductility. The alloys may be provided in sheet or pressed form and characterized by their particular alloy chemistries and identifiable crystalline grain size morphology. The alloys are such that they include boride pinning phases. In what is termed a Class 1 Steel the alloys indicate tensile strengths of 630 MPa to 1100 MPa and elongations of 10-40%. Class 2 Steel indicates tensile strengths of 875 MPa to 1590 MPa and elongations of 5-30%. Class 3 Steel indicates tensile strengths of 1000 MPa to 1750 MPa and elongations of 0. 5-15%.

Edge Formability In Metallic Alloys

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US Patent:
20210238703, Aug 5, 2021
Filed:
Apr 12, 2021
Appl. No.:
17/228537
Inventors:
- Pittsburgh PA, US
Andrew E. Frerichs - Idaho Falls ID, US
Brian E. Meacham - Idaho Falls ID, US
Grant G. Justice - Idaho Falls ID, US
Andrew T. Ball - Reno NV, US
Jason K. Walleser - Idaho Falls ID, US
Kurtis Clark - Idaho Falls ID, US
Logan J. Tew - Idaho Falls ID, US
Scott T. Anderson - Idaho Falls ID, US
Scott Larish - Idaho Falls ID, US
Sheng Cheng - Idaho Falls ID, US
Taylor L. Giddens - Idaho Falls ID, US
Alla V. Sergueeva - Idaho Falls ID, US
International Classification:
C21D 9/00
C21D 8/00
C21D 6/00
B22D 11/00
C22C 38/58
C22C 38/54
C22C 38/42
C22C 38/34
C22C 38/04
C22C 38/02
B23H 7/00
B23K 26/38
B21D 28/26
B26F 3/00
C21D 8/02
C22C 38/08
C22C 38/20
C22C 38/16
C22C 38/00
C22C 38/32
C22C 38/38
Abstract:
This disclosure is directed at mechanical property improvement in a metallic alloy that has undergone one or more mechanical property losses as a consequence of forming an edge, such as in the formation of an internal hole or an external edge. Methods are disclosed that provide the ability to improve mechanical properties of metallic alloys that have been formed with one or more edges placed in the metallic alloy by a variety of methods which may otherwise serve as a limiting factor for industrial applications.

High Yield Strength Steel With Mechanical Properties Maintained Or Enhanced Via Thermal Treatment Optionally Provided During Galvanization Coating Operations

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US Patent:
20200255918, Aug 13, 2020
Filed:
Feb 6, 2020
Appl. No.:
16/783467
Inventors:
- Providence RI, US
Andrew E. FRERICHS - Idaho Falls ID, US
Brian E. MEACHAM - Idaho Falls ID, US
Grant G. JUSTICE - Idaho Falls ID, US
Kurtis CLARK - Idaho Falls ID, US
Logan J. TEW - Idaho Falls ID, US
Scott T. ANDERSON - Idaho Falls ID, US
Scott LARISH - Idaho Falls ID, US
Sheng CHENG - Idaho Falls ID, US
Alla V. SERGUEEVA - Idaho Falls ID, US
International Classification:
C21D 9/46
C21D 8/02
C21D 6/00
C22C 38/58
C22C 38/20
C22C 38/02
Abstract:
This disclosure is related to high yield strength steel where mechanical properties, such as elongation, ultimate tensile strength and yield strength in a sheet are maintained or enhanced via thermal treatment optionally provided during a galvanization coating operation.

High Strength Steel Alloys With Ductility Characteristics

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US Patent:
20190382875, Dec 19, 2019
Filed:
May 17, 2019
Appl. No.:
16/415208
Inventors:
- Providence RI, US
Andrew E. FRERICHS - Idaho Falls ID, US
Brian E. MEACHAM - Idaho Falls ID, US
Grant G. JUSTICE - Idaho Falls ID, US
Kurtis CLARK - Idaho Falls ID, US
Logan J. TEW - Idaho Falls ID, US
Scott T. ANDERSON - Idaho Falls ID, US
Scott LARISH - Idaho Falls ID, US
Sheng CHENG - Idaho Falls ID, US
Taylor L. GIDDENS - White GA, US
Alla V. SERGUEEVA - Idaho Falls ID, US
International Classification:
C22C 38/58
C22C 38/04
C22C 38/06
C22C 38/02
C22C 38/42
C22C 38/08
C22C 38/16
C22C 38/36
C22C 38/56
C22C 38/38
C22C 38/34
C21D 9/46
C21D 8/02
Abstract:
A new class of advanced high strength steel alloys with ductility characteristics such as high impact toughness and improved resistance to penetration, crack resistance and crack propagation.

Edge Formability In Metallic Alloys

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US Patent:
20190352731, Nov 21, 2019
Filed:
Jul 26, 2019
Appl. No.:
16/522708
Inventors:
- Providence RI, US
Andrew E. FRERICHS - Idaho Falls ID, US
Brian E. MEACHAM - Idaho Falls ID, US
Grant G. JUSTICE - Idaho Falls ID, US
Andrew T. BALL - Idaho Falls ID, US
Jason K. WALLESER - Idaho Falls ID, US
Kurtis CLARK - Idaho Falls ID, US
Logan J. TEW - Idaho Falls ID, US
Scott T. ANDERSON - Idaho Falls ID, US
Scott LARISH - Idaho Falls ID, US
Sheng CHENG - Idaho Falls ID, US
Taylor L. GIDDENS - Idaho Falls ID, US
Alla V. SERGUEEVA - Idaho Falls ID, US
International Classification:
C21D 9/00
B23H 7/00
C21D 8/02
C22C 38/00
B26F 3/00
B21D 28/26
C22C 38/02
C22C 38/04
C22C 38/34
C22C 38/42
C22C 38/54
C22C 38/58
B22D 11/00
C21D 6/00
C21D 8/00
B23K 26/38
C22C 38/38
C22C 38/32
C22C 38/20
C22C 38/16
C22C 38/08
Abstract:
This disclosure is directed at methods for mechanical property improvement in a metallic alloy that has undergone one or more mechanical property losses as a consequence of forming an edge, such as in the formation of an internal hole or an external edge. Methods are disclosed that provide the ability to improve mechanical properties of metallic alloys that have been formed with one or more edges placed in the metallic alloy by a variety of methods which may otherwise serve as a limiting factor for industrial applications.
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