Materials Science and Technology VII
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
The peer review papers of this volume on “Materials Science and Technology” are grouped as follows:
Chapter 1: Advanced Ceramic Materials;
Chapter 2: Biomedical Materials and Devices,
Chapter 3: Materials for Energy and Environment;
Chapter 4: Material Reliability;
Chapter 5: Metals, Alloys and Intermetallic Compounds;
Chapter 6: Polymer-based Materials;
Chapter 7: Simulation, Design and Manufacturing.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: Bangkok's biennial event is recognized as one of the major conferences inmaterials science, technology, and engineering. This year's 38 papers coveradvanced ceramic materials; biomedical materials and devices; materials forenergy and the environment; material reliability; metals, alloys, andintermetallic compounds; polymer-based materials; and simulation, design,and manufacturing. The topics include preparing porous ceramic and itsutilization as a spa compress ball, virgin coconut oil containing injectablevehicles for ibuprofen sustainable release, the effects ofethanol-diesel-biodiesel blends on fuel properties, the effect of ultrasonicvibration on properties of weld metal, and how adding helium to the argonshielding gas effects metal transfer behavior in the gas metal arc weldingof aluminum.