Researches in Powder Metallurgy
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
The present volume provides an up-to-date, comprehensive and worldwide state-of –the art insight into Powder Metallurgy, including: New theoretical aspects of Powder Metallurgy, Modelling and Simulation, Sintered Steels, PM Nonferrous Materials, PM Tool Materials, PM Lightweight and Porous Materials, PM Functional Materials, Powder Manufacturing and Pressing, Sintering Process, Metal Injection Moulding, Full Density and Alternative Consolidation Processes, Secondary and Finishing Operations.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: Seven invited papers are accompanied by 62 contributed papers on new theoretical aspects and products in powder metallurgy, advanced materials with special properties, characterizing powders and powder metallurgy products, and new developments in powder production. Among specific topics are wear characteristics of vacuum sintered steels, mechanical and tribological characteristics of sintered manganese steels, elaborating titanium-nickel alloys with special properties through mechanical milling, preparing and characterizing magnetic submicron powder, and the behavior of some unalloyed and alloyed sintered steels at static and dynamic loads.