Residual Stresses IX
Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 9th European Conference on Residual Stresses, ECRS-9, July 7-10, 2014, Troyes, France.
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
The 157 papers are grouped as follows:
Chapter I. Measurement Methods, I.1. Local Scale Measurements, I.2. Diffraction at Grain Scale and Multiscale Diffraction, I.3. Diffraction: Gradients and Instrumental Developments, I.4. Mechanical Relaxation Methods, I.5. Acoustics and Electromagnetics Methods,
Chapter II. Manufacturing and Materials Processing, II.1. Welding, II.2. Heat Treatment and Phase Transformation, II.3. Machining and Cold Work,
Chapter III. Materials and Structures, III.1. Fatigue and Fracture, III.2. Films, Coatings and Oxides, III.3. Composites and Nano/Micro Structures
Consequences on Fatigue Life or Distortions, Coupling with Oxidation Phenomena or Occurrence at Microscopic or Submicroscopic Scale, Manufacturing Processes, Modeling Techniques, Residual Stresses in Engineering Materials: Measurement
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: In this collection of 157 peer-reviewed papers from a July 2014 conference held in France, international contributors in manufacturing technology and materials science report on the latest understanding of residual stresses that negatively impact the strength and safety of materials and structures at the macroscopic, phase, grain, and atomic scales. Section 1 on measurement contains sub-sections on local scale measurements, diffraction at grain scale and multistate diffraction, diffraction gradients and instrumental developments, mechanical relaxation methods, and acoustics and electromagnetics methods. Section 2 on manufacturing and materials processing contains subsections on welding, heat treatment and phase transformation, and machining and cold work. Section 3 deals with aspects of materials and structures, such as fatigue and fracture, films and coatings, oxides, composites, and nano- and microstructures. The book includes b&w photos and images.
— Architectural engineering
— Materials science
— Mechanical engineering