Towards Innovation in Superplasticity I
This publication presents the proceedings of the International Symposium towards Innovation in Superplasticity. The research project, "Innovation in Superplasticity", was chosen to be one of the priority scientific research efforts in 1996, of the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan.
The objective of the priority concept is to stimulate and promote specific research subjects, with the participation of Professors at Japanese Universities. The project "Innovation in Superplasticity" will be subsidized to the extent of up to some 700 million yen over a total of three years, by the Japanese Government.
1. Mechanics and Cavitation. 2. Metals and Alloys. 3. Composites. 4. Intermetallics. 5. Ceramics. 6. Grain Boundaries.