Green Technologies for Sustainable & Innovation in Materials
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
This volume consists of 46 peer-reviewed papers ranging from fundamental academic research to applied technology research, which are grouped into 6 chapters: Nanomaterials and green technology; Polymer, composite and advanced materials; Metals and alloys; Corrosion and coating technology; Ceramic materials; Materials processing and technology. It provides incomparable coverage of the current state of the art.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: The Institute of Materials Malaysia has been organizing the biennial conference since 1990, and over 300 papers were presented at its 2012 incarnation. Of those, 46 were selected for publication in the proceedings. They cover nanomaterials and green technology; polymer, composite, and advanced materials; metals and alloys; corrosion and coating technology; ceramic materials; and material processing and technology. Among specific topics are the effect of milling time on the production of herbal nanopowders, flow behavior in the resin infusion of a glass-fiber-reinforced polymer wind turbine blade, mechanical properties of chitosan-modified montmorillinite-filled tapioca starch nanocomposite films, fabricating and characterizing ceramic membrane by a gel-cast technique for filtering water, and zero-valent iron supported by nano-clay as an efficient adsorbent material for arsenic.