Advances in Manufacturing Technology
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
The studies presented here cover composites, micro/nano-materials and equipment, metallic alloys, steels, polymer materials, optical/electronic/magnetic materials, energy materials and new energy technology, environmentally-friendly materials and waste utilization, biomaterials and preparation technology, thin films, structural materials and earthquake-resistant structures, functional materials, surface-engineering/coatings, modeling, analysis and simulation, materials processing technology, laser-processing technology, mechanical behavior and fracture, tooling testing and evaluation of materials, thermal engineering theory and applications, detection and control technology.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: The first ADME conference was held in 2011 in Guangzhou, China; and the second, in 2012 in Taiyuan, China. Four volumes contain approximately 700 papers pertaining to manufacturing technology. (Papers on materials and process technology are contained in a separate set of volumes.) Arrangement is according to the following broad themes: bionic mechanisms, virtual manufacturing, and lean production; remanufacturing and digital manufacturing; system analysis and industrial engineering; production and operation management; supply chain management; advanced NC techniques and equipment; industrial equipment and engineering; mechatronics; industrial robotics and automation; machine vision; testing technology and equipment; transmission and control of fluid; mechanical control and information processing technology; sensor technology; optoelectronic information technology; signal and intelligent information processing; computer applications; biological information technology; and the Internet of things. The collection is lightly indexed by keyword and by author.