Contemporary Approaches in Material Science and Materials Processing Technologies

Volumes 1120-1121

doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.1120-1121

Contemporary Approaches in Material Science and Materials Processing Technologies

Description:

Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2nd International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering Technology (MSET 2015), April 25-26, 2015, Shanghai, China.
The 274 papers are grouped as follows:
Chapter 1: Films, Ceramics and Glasses;
Chapter 2: Electrochemistry, Chemical Materials and Technologies;
Chapter 3: Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies;
Chapter 4: Materials for Microelectronic Industry and Magnetic Materials;
Chapter 5: New Functional Materials;
Chapter 6: Polymers, Composites and Compounds;
Chapter 7: Surface of Materials, Coatings and Surface Engineering;
Chapter 8: Biomaterials, Biotechnology and Biochemistry;
Chapter 9: Metals and Alloys in Industrial Applications;
Chapter 10: Materials Processing Technologies;
Chapter 11: Engineering of Technological Processes;
Chapter 12: Building Materials and Technologies in Construction

Keywords:
Keyword: materials science, Micro / Nano Materials, Polymeric Materials and Research in Area of Applied Materials

Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: Some 250 papers cover various approaches to materials science and materials processing: films, ceramics, and glasses; electrochemistry, chemical materials, and technologies; nanomaterials and nanotechnologies; materials for the microelectronics industry and magnetic materials; new functional materials; polymers, composites, and compounds; the surface of materials, coatings, and surface engineering; biomaterials, biotechnology, and biochemistry; metals and alloys in industrial applications; materials processing technologies; the engineering of technological processes; and building materials and technologies in construction. Among the topics are the controllable synthesis of functional polyaniline nanotubes using a complex template, silver liquid-like film prepared by self-assembly for magnetic fluid deformable mirrors, the effect of radiation dose on creep properties, lycoprene nanoparticles coated with microemulsion to improve stability, measuring the irradiation of polyamide using a micro-indentation test, and the experimental verification of a stochastic fatigue crack growth model.

Ringgold Subjects:

— Ceramics
— Chemistry
— Composite materials
— Engineering
— Materials science
— Nanomaterials
— Nanoscience
— Polymers, plastic and rubber

Info:

ISBN-13:
978-3-03835-514-4
Editors:
Antonio Apicella
Pages:
1558
Year:
2015
Edition:
softcover, 2-part-set

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