Advanced Materials Research
The 108 papers which make up these proceedings contain many original ideas and new angles on the subjects of Advanced Structures, Materials and Engineering, and wherein researchers exchange their innovative ideas from new perspectives. The papers are grouped under the chapter-headings: advanced structures, construction materials and dynamic engineering, design of machines, mechanics and dynamic systems, energy application, materials engineering and the environment. The proceedings will provide guidance to scientists, physicists, chemists, lecturers and others all over the world.
China is the world’s largest market for machine- and cutting-tools, so advanced manufacturing technology and cutting tools can be expected to enjoy not only a good market share but also huge opportunities for development and advancement. The present volume contains 28 peer-reviewed papers selected from among the 60 (from academia and industry) presented at the seminar on Advanced Manufacturing Technology and Cutting Tools (SAMTCT2011) which was held during the 20-22th August 2011 in Shanghai (China). This work presents readers with a broad overview of recent advances in the fields of manufacturing technology and cutting tools.
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This two-volume set, comprising 172 peer-reviewed papers, covers the latest advances in applied mechanics and materials, structural and new functional materials, environmental materials, geotechnical and building materials, electronic materials and applications, new materials and composite materials and other related fields. Combined with its wide coverage of applications, this collection will be welcomed by anyone working in these fields.
These peer-reviewed papers record the invaluable researches of the authors in the fields of innovation in structural system and disaster prevention in engineering structures, architectural innovation, sustainable development of buildings and the environment and innovations in, and applications of, building materials. Hot topics and state-of-the-art view related to sustainable development in civil engineering are presented.
This issue of Advanced Materials Research having the title, Advances in Materials and Systems Technologies III, is a collection of peer-reviewed papers selected from those presented at the 2010 International Conference on Engineering Research and Development: Advances in Engineering, Science and Technology (ICERD2010) held at the University of Benin, Nigeria on September 7–9th, 2010. The papers are divided into the chapters: Construction and Structures; Electrical and Electronic Technology; Information and Communication Technology; Manufacturing Systems; Materials Processing; Oil and Gas, Renewable Energy; Solid Minerals Technology; Systems Design and Analysis; Tools, Machines and Equipment; Water, Waste and Environment. The result is an up-to-date overview of the field.
In this collection of peer-reviewed papers are to be found original ideas and new points of view on aspects of materials engineering, architectural engineering and informatization. Herein, researchers exchange innovative ideas from new perspectives; thus providing guidance to scientists, physicists, chemists, teachers and others worldwide.
These are the proceedings of the 2011 International Conference on Future Materials Engineering and Industrial Application, held on August 4-5th, 2011 in Bali, Indonesia. The objective of ICFMEIA 2011 was to provide a forum within which researchers, educators, engineers, and government officials involved in the general areas of Future Materials Engineering and Industrial Applications could disseminate their latest research results and exchange views on the possible future research directions of these fields. The result is an up-to-date guide to the subject.
The 104 peer-reviewed papers included here were selected from those presented at the International Conference on Nanomaterials Synthesis and Characterization (INSC2011) held at the Mines Wellness Hotel, Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia from the 4th to 5th July 2011. The volume mainly covers the synthesis of nanomaterials and related researches and will bring the reader fully up to date with these topics.