Key Engineering Materials

ISSN: 1662-9795

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Edited by: D.R. Mumm, M. Walter, O. Popoola and W.O. Soboyejo
Online since: January 2001
Description: This book presents ten chapters on the science and engineering of durable surfaces. The first section focusses on various types of surfaces and advanced coating processes, while the second part concentrates particularly on thermal barrier coatings. The book covers both, in-depth state-of-the-art reviews as well as cutting-edge new information emerging from ongoing research:

197

Edited by: L. Zhang
Online since: January 2001
Description: Precision machining is an essential manufacturing process to achieve high dimensional accuracy and high surface integrity of functional components for various technological applications, such as those in aeronautical, biomedical, mechanical, metrological, mechatronic, nano-technological and microscopy industries. To achieve a satisfactory operation of precision machining, however, one must have a deep understanding of the setting and control of machining conditions, mechanisms of material removal and effectiveness of the cutting tools. As a result, a quality precision machining requires a comprehensive integration of the development of machine tools, the improvement of machining methods and the wise application of materials science and engineering and mechanics of solids.

196

Edited by: S. Giannini and A. Moroni
Online since: September 2000
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Bioceramics 13 contains the proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on Ceramics in Medicine organized by the “International Society for Ceramics in Medicine”. This society is an established forum for distinguished material scientists, bioengineers, molecular and cellular biologists, bone biologists, orthopedic surgeons, clinicians and manufacturers, to gather together and discuss the latest achievements in the field of bioceramic materials.

192-195

Edited by: Lucio Salgado, Francisco Ambrozio Filho and Reginaldo Muccilo
Online since: February 2001
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
The continuing growth of PM parts in a great number of applications has resulted in intense world-wide research and development efforts in the field. Recent advances in powder technology are presented in the areas of synthesis and processing of various ceramics, including electroceramics, biometarials and nanocomposites; powder production and compaction, sintering, processing and characterization of important alloys and metal matrix composites. Properties of particular interest are corrosion, mechanical and magnetic properties.

189-191

Edited by: F.H. Froes and E. Evangelista
Online since: August 2000
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
The light metals (aluminum, magnesium and titanium) are important for many applications, but are most critical for transportation where weight savings results in a plethora of benefits including reduced fuel consumption, higher speed and longer range, improved performance/handleability, etc. This applies whether we are dealing with automobiles, airplanes, space vehicles, bicycles or even submarines – witness the titanium alpha class submarine in “Hunt for Red October”.

188

Edited by: W. Hwang and K.S. Han
Online since: April 2000
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Fracture, Fatigue and Strength are among the most important properties of engineering materials. The present volume covers all aspects of Fracture Mechanics, Computational Mechanics, Dynamic Fracture, Damage Mechanics, Fracture Physics, Fatigue and Creep of advanced materials, special emphasis being placed on Polymer and Polymer Composites, Metal Matrix and Ceramic Matrix Composites, Advanced Ferrous and Nonferrous Alloys and Nonmetallic Materials. Also covered are various Structural Aspects, Welding and Joining Properties, Stress Corrosion, Dynamic Loading Effects and other aspects limiting the Application of High-Tech Materials.

183-187

Edited by: N. Murata, K. Shinozaki and T. Kimura
Online since: May 2000
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Electroceramics are among the most interesting and useful materials for electronic devices, and various other high-technology applications. The present volume discusses dielectric, piezoelectric, semiconductive, ionically conducting and superconductive materials. Special emphasis is placed on the characterization of these materials, including computer simulations, and on the fabrication procedures for bulk and thin film ceramics on the submicronmeter scale. Important results are reported on grain boundary phenomena and the effects of various crystal and surface structures on the technologically important properties of electroceramics.

181-182

Edited by: T.X. Yu, Q.P. Sun and J.K. Kim
Online since: April 2000
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
From the early industrial revolution, metal working has been the major driving force for the development of many manufacturing technologies. “Advances in Engineering Plasticity” reports on recent developments in the field of metal forming and plasticity research from both the fundamental science and industrial application perspective.

177-180

Edited by: P. Sajgalík and Z. Lencés
Online since: October 1999
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
This work represents a new approach to ceramics research. The mechanical properties of ceramics and ceramic-based composites are well understood and have been studied extensively in the past. This more profound understanding of physical properties, such as particularly low or high thermal conductivities, radiation penetration depth, electrical and magnetic responses etc., can now lead to the development of new materials having improved properties.

175-176

Edited by: T. Sakuma, K. Yagi
Online since: October 1999
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Recent research on the creep and fracture of engineering materials is presented, with particular emphasis being placed on: mechanisms of high-temperature deformation and fracture, materials for high-temperature service, the behavior of single and polycrystals, components and structures, grain boundaries and interfaces, and superplasticity.

171-174

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