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Polonsky AT, Lang CA, Kvilekval KG, Latypov MI, Echlin MLLP, Manjunath B.S, Pollock TM.  2019.  Three-dimensional Analysis and Reconstruction of Additively Manufactured Materials in the Cloud-Based BisQue Infrastructure. Integrating Materials and Manufacturing Innovation. 8:37–51.
Polonsky AT, Pollock TM.  2020.  Closing the science gap in 3D metal printing. Science. 368:583–584.
Polonsky AT, Echlin MP, Lenthe WC, Dehoff RR, Kirka MM, Pollock TM.  2018.  Defects and 3D structural inhomogeneity in electron beam additively manufactured Inconel 718. Materials Characterization. 143:171–181.
Polonsky AT, Lenthe WC, Echlin MP, Livescu V, Gray GT, Pollock TM.  2020.  Solidification-driven orientation gradients in additively manufactured stainless steel. Acta Materialia. 183:249–260.
Pollock TM, Thornton K, Rowenhorst DJ, Spowart JE, Madison JD.  2010.  3D simulations for property determination via reconstructed microstructure in nickel-base superalloys..
Pollock TM.  1998.  Creep deformation and the evolution of precipitate morphology in nickel-based single crystals. Modelling of Microstructural Evolution in Creep Resistant Materials. :1998.
Pollock TM.  2010.  Weight loss with magnesium alloys. Science. 328:986–987.
Pollock TM.  2016.  Alloy design for aircraft engines. Nature Materials. 15:809–815.
Pollock TM, Kolluru D.  1995.  DEFORMATION OF NiAl-BASED INTERMETALLICS. Micromechanics of Advanced Materials: A Symposium in Honor of Professor James CM Li's 70th Birthday: Proceedings of a Symposium. :205.
Pollock TM, Field RD.  2002.  Dislocations and high-temperature plastic deformation of superalloy single crystals. Dislocations in solids. 11:547–618.
Pollock TM, Argon AS.  1992.  Creep resistance of CMSX-3 nickel base superalloy single crystals. Acta Metallurgica et Materialia. 40:1–30.
Pollock T, Widrevitz D, Pong R, Cao F, Tryon B.  2008.  Intermetallic Bond Coats: Systems Compatibility and Platinum-Group Metal Additions. MRS Proceedings. 1128:1128–U06.
Pollock TM, Lipkin DM, Hemker KJ.  2012.  Multifunctional coating interlayers for thermal-barrier systems. MRS bulletin. 37:923–931.
Pollock TM, Tin S.  2006.  Nickel-based superalloys for advanced turbine engines: chemistry, microstructure and properties. Journal of propulsion and power. 22:361–374.
Pollock TM, Argon AS.  1990.  Creep Resistance of CMSX-3 Nickel Base Superalloy Single Crystals: Source of Resistance.
Pollock TM, Laux B, Brundidge CL, Suzuki A, He MY.  2011.  Oxide-Assisted Degradation of Ni-Base Single Crystals During Cyclic Loading: the Role of Coatings. Journal of the American Ceramic Society. 94
Pollock TM, Kissinger RD, Bowman RR, Green K.  2000.  Superalloys 2000. Ninth International Symposium on Superalloys. :2000.
Pollock TM.  1995.  The growth and elevated temperature stability of high refractory nickel-base single crystals. Materials Science and Engineering: B. 32:255–266.
Pollock TM, Echlin MP, Mottura A.  2013.  Femtosecond Laser Tomography Using the TriBeam System. Microscopy and Microanalysis. 19:698–699.
Pollock TM, Murphy WH.  1996.  The breakdown of single-crystal solidification in high refractory nickel-base alloys. Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A. 27:1081–1094.
Pollock TM, Argon AS.  1990.  Creep Resistance of CMSX-3 Nickel Base Superalloy Single Crystals: Experimental Observations.
Pollock TM, Bird JE, Srivastava SK.  1984.  Failure by shear during plane strain stretching of a duplex steel. TMS (The Metallurgical Society) Paper Selection;(USA). 56
Pollock TM, Argon AS.  1988.  Intermediate temperature creep deformation in CMSX-3 single crystals. Superalloys 1988. :285.
Pollock TM, Murphy WH, Goldman EH, Uram DL, Tu JS.  1992.  Grain defect formation during directional solidification of nickel base single crystals. Superalloys 1992. :125–134.
Pollock TM, LeSar R.  2013.  The feedback loop between theory, simulation and experiment for plasticity and property modeling. Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science. 17:10–18.