Materials Science Forum

ISSN: 1662-9752

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Edited by: Ping Xiao and Brian Ralph
Online since: October 2008
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters BCI (WoS).
This topical book, containing as it does state-of-the-art reviews, neatly encompasses the current status of research into ceramic materials.

606

Edited by: Marcello Cabibbo and Stefano Spigarelli
Online since: October 2008
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
This volume brings together the most exciting ideas of international, and especially European, researchers concerning the latest developments in severe plastic deformation techniques and in the thermomechanical processing of materials for both structural and functional applications. The areas of interest include not only the conventional hot- and cold-deformation of metals but also recently developed severe plastic deformation processes for the production of ultra-fine and nanostructured materials.
In particular, the following specific topics are covered: Multifunctional nanostructured coatings, Modelling and recrystallization, Nanostructured materials and Severe plastic deformation, Hot plastic deformation, Process Mechanics and Microstructure.

604-605

Edited by: Akira Suzuki, Hajime Okumura, Tsunenobu Kimoto, Takashi Fuyuki, Kenji Fukuda and Shin-ichi Nishizawa
Online since: September 2008
Description: Wide-bandgap semiconductors, such as silicon carbide and group-III nitrides have attracted increasing attention as promising target materials for high-power, high-frequency and high-temperature electronics use, as well as exploitation as short-wavelength light-emitters.
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).

600-603

Edited by: Pentti O. Kettunen
Online since: September 2008
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters BCI (WoS).
Wood, which always looks quite solid to the naked eye, actually possesses a very intricate and exquisite structure; developed by Nature primarily to fulfil the requirements of a growing tree. How well the structure satisfies the needs of a construction material as used by humans is quite another matter - so to speak. Besides being an important constructional material, wood is today also an important source of precursors for the medical and chemical compounds used by human beings. These, and many other aspects of wood, are topics which materials science attempts to elucidate. When wood is used as a constructional material, human interest normally focuses on xylem, the “woody” inner portion of the trunk of a tree. The outer sections of the tree, the bark and cambium, mainly interest humans for reasons other than constructional.
As wood is an organic polymer-matrix composite, the study of wood might be assumed to be the province mainly of polymer scientists. This is not true however: materials scientists working on polymers are almost absent from research into wood. The situation is actually quite odd; since wood offers plenty of ideas which would also be applicable to synthetic polymers and their composites. This situation is reflected by the contents of this publication.

599

Edited by: Pierre Steinmetz, Ian G. Wright, Alain Galerie, Daniel Monceau and Stéphane Mathieu
Online since: September 2008
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
This special volume addresses fundamental and practical aspects of high-temperature corrosion and protection. It stresses that devoting attention to an understanding of the corrosion problems encountered by contemporary industry, and providing opportunities for extended interaction, could lead to approaches for improving the performance of materials and protective measures.

595-598

Edited by: Sheng-Jye Hwang and Sen-Yung Lee
Online since: August 2008
Description: Booming economic development in Asia, particularly of the leading manufacturing industries which produce flat-panel displays, communication-devics, computers and other products in the micro/nano field has stimulated an intense research effort in universities, development-oriented institutions and industrial corporations. Such knowledge-based industries have been enjoying an immense growth-potential and thus there is an urgent need for a solid forum for the exchange of various scientific, technical and management aspects ranging across the entire spectrum of society.

594

Edited by: Lucio Salgado and Francisco Ambrozio Filho
Online since: August 2008
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
This interesting volume focuses on powder production, sintering mechanisms, sintering furnaces and nanomaterials, automotive applications and future possibilities.

591-593

Edited by: Bo Monemar, Martin Kittler, Hermann Grimmeiss
Online since: August 2008
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters BCI (WoS).
This special-topic volume‚ Advances in Light-Emitting Materials’, makes an important contribution to the field of silicon and III-nitride semiconductors. It begins with a brief history of visible-light emitting diodes. However, silicon is currently expanding from micro-electronics and into photonics. Due to its unsuitable band-gap, it has not previously been the material-of-choice for opto-electronic integration. That is now beginning to change and silicon devices have been developed which have the capability to emit, modulate, guide and detect light and which can be combined with microelectronics to form electronic and photonic integrated circuits.

590

Edited by: P.J. Szabó, T. Réti, T. Czigány
Online since: June 2008
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
This collection comprises state-of-the-art papers written by scientists and research groups working in fields encompassing metals and alloys, silicates, polymers and composites.

589

Edited by: António Torres Marques, António Fernando Silva, António Paulo Monteiro Baptista, Carlos Sá, Fernando Jorge Lino Alves, Luís Filipe Malheiros and Manuel Vieira
Online since: June 2008
Description: This special collection comprises 200 peer-reviewed papers divided into chapters according to the type of material, its applications, characterization or simulation:
Chapter 1 - Biomaterials (19 papers); Chapter 2 - Ceramics (16 papers); Chapter 3 - Composite Materials (15 papers); Chapter 4 - Electronic, Magnetic and Photonic Materials (20 papers); Chapter 5 - Metals and Alloys (17 papers); Chapter 6 - Nano and Microstructural Materials (12 papers); Chapter 7 - Polymers (17 papers); Chapter 8 - Paper, Textiles, Wood and Cork (7 papers) Chapter 9 - Smart Materials (6 papers); Chapter 10 - Advances in Materials Characterization (7 papers); Chapter 11 - Materials and Processing Modelling (9 papers); Chapter 12 - Recycling (10 papers); Chapter 13 - Surfaces, Interfaces and Membranes (12 papers); Chapter 14 - Materials for Civil Engineering Applications (12 papers); Chapter 15 - Materials for Energy Production, Transport, Storage and Mechanical Engineering Applications (14 papers); Chapter 16 - Foresight, Materials and Art, Generic (7 papers).
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).

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