Faculty & Staff

 

Department of Engineering

101 Johnson EPS Building

Martin, TN 38238

Ph:

(731) 881-7571

Chair: Edward Wheeler

Em:

ewheeler@utm.edu


Faculty & Staff

 

Jared Teague, Ph.D.

 

Assistant Professor

 

 

Department of Engineering 
124H Joseph E. Johnson EPS Building

20 Mt. Pelia Rd
Martin, TN 38238 
Phone: 731-881-7393   Fax: 731-881-7375 

jteague@utm.edu

 

Education

  • Ph.D.     Metallurgical Engineering, Missouri University of Science and Technology, 2010
  • B.S.     Mechanical Engineering, Minor in Math, Arkansas Tech University, 2006

 

Professional Appointment

  • Assistant Professor: Department of Engineering, University of Tennessee at Martin, 2010-present

 

Professional Activities

  • Member: Society of Manufacturing Engineers
  • Faculty advisor: Society of Manufacturing Engineers student chapter S134
  • Library Committee (2011-present)
  • Faculty Research and Development Committee (2013-15)
  • Appeals Committee on Undergraduate Readmission (2012-14)
  • Financial Aid and Scholarship Committee (2011-12)
  • Engineering Department Research Committee (2011 – Present)
  • Engineering Department ABET Committee (2011 – Present)
  • Engineering Department Awards Committee (2011-12)
  • Engineering Department Degrees Committee (2011-12)
  • Engineer Intern in the state of Arkansas
  • American Foundry Society best paper in cast iron division award (2009)
  • American Foundry Society 5R Committee – Gray, Ductile, and Compacted Graphite Iron Research (2008 – 2012)
  • Alpha Sigma Mu materials science honor society (Inducted 12-19-2007)
  • Phi Eta Sigma honors society (Inducted 04-02-2004)

 

Publication History

  • Richards, V.L., Lekakh, S.N., Teague, J., and Peaslee, K.D., “Aging and Machinability of Irons with Compact and Spheroidal Graphite,” AFS Transactions, 118, pp. 181-193 (2010).
  • Richards, V.L., Teague, J.A., and Lekakh, S.N., “Aging Effect on Gray Cast Iron Machinability: Importance of Microstructure,” AFS Transactions, 118, pp. 195-204 (2010).
  • Teague, J., and Richards, V., “Age Strengthening of Cast Irons: Review of Research and Literature,” International Journal of Metals Casting, 4 2 (2010).
  • Richards, V.L., Lekakh, S.N., Teague, J., and Peaslee, K.D., “Aging and Machinability of Irons with Compact and Spheroidal Graphite,” 2010 AFS Conference Proceedings, 1, (2010).
  • Richards, V.L., Teague, J.A., and Lekakh, S.N., “Aging Effect on Gray Cast Iron Machinability: Importance of Microstructure,” 2010 AFS Conference Proceedings, 1, (2010).
  • Teague, J.A., Richards, V.L., Lekakh, S.N., and Peaslee, K.D., “Age Strengthening and Machinability Interactions in Gray Cast Iron,” AFS Transactions, 117 (2009).
  • Teague, J.A., Richards, V.L., Lekakh, S.N., and Peaslee, K.D., “Aging Effect on Gray Cast Iron Machinability: Tool Force and Tool Wear,” AFS Transactions, 116 (2008).
  • Peach, W.D., Lekakh, S.N., Richards, V.L., Peaslee, K.D., and Teague, J.A. “Effects of Near-Surface Metallurgy on Machinability of Gray Cast Iron,” AFS Transactions, 116 (2008).
  • Richards, V., Teague, J., and Peach, W., “Machining of Gray Cast Iron: Free Ferrite and Aging,” 7th Biennial International Conference on Industrial Tooling (Oct. 2008).
  • Teague, J., Richards, V., Lekakh, S., and Peaslee, K., “Iron: Stronger with Age,” Modern Casting, pp. 21-23 (July 2008).
  • Teague, J., Richards, V., Lekakh, S., and Peaslee, K., “Iron: Stronger with Age,” Engineered Casting Solutions, pp. 25-28 (July/August 2008).

 

Courses

  • ENGR 310 Engineering Materials
  • ENGR 474 Manufacturing Processes
  • ENGR 475 Automated Production Systems
  • ENGR 315 Engineering Analysis [Engineering Differential Equations]
  • ENGR 201 Engineering Methods [Beginning Linear Algebra]
  • ENGR 490 Special Topic: Metallurgy Research
  • ENGR 490 Special Topic: Corrosion Science and Non-Destructive Testing

 

Scholarly Activities / Grants / Projects

  • Attempted Replication of Frank Richtig’s Forgotten Steel Heat Treatments [2011-12 Academic Year]
  • Stanley Jones Professorship [Summer research funding 2012-13]
  • Investigation of the Potential of “Iron Bacteria” in Removing Excessive Residual Element Contents from the Steel Scrap Cycle [University Scholar’s Project advisor for Bethany Castleberry, Mechanical Engineering student]
  • Influence of Temperature and Agitation of the Water Environment on the Bacterial Assisted Corrosion Rate in Steel [2012-13 Academic Year]

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Department of Engineering

101 Johnson EPS Building

Martin, TN 38238

Ph:

(731) 881-7571

Chair: Edward Wheeler

Em:

ewheeler@utm.edu