Materials Science Forum

ISSN: 1662-9752

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Edited by: B. Bacroix, J.H. Driver, R. Le Gall, Cl. Maurice, R. Penelle, H. Réglé and L. Tabourot
Online since: October 2004
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Recrystallization and grain growth, together with phase transformations such as precipitation, are the fundamental processes of microstructural evolution which take place during the thermomechanical processing of engineering materials. They are of major scientific interest and are of great importance in a wide range of industrial applications. One of the main goals of this two-volume set is to show how to cover the entire set of reactions governing recrystallization and grain growth during industrial processing – termed through process modelling.

467-470

Edited by: S. Itoh, K. Hokamoto and M. Fujita
Online since: September 2004
Description: Recent years have witnessed an astonishing growth in research on materials science. Exotic new materials, innovative processing techniques and challenging computational methods make the pursuit of research in this field increasingly interesting and rewarding. Considering as it does, the significance of shock-wave phenomena in the rapidly changing materials science scene, this collection of papers will undoubtedly foster further advanced research into the allied research areas of explosive, shock-wave and hypervelocity phenomena in materials.
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).

465-466

Edited by: Pierre Steinmetz, Ian G. Wright, Gerry Meier, Alain Galerie, Bernard Pieraggi and Renaud Podor
Online since: August 2004
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
The major concern of this book is high-temperature corrosion; a form of surface disintegration that leads to high running costs, as well as to environmental and/or security problems.

461-464

Edited by: Roland Madar, Jean Camassel and Elisabeth Blanquet
Online since: June 2004
Description: Because of their many superior properties, including a wide band-gap and high breakdown field, which are different to those of conventional semiconductors such as Si and GaAs, compounds such as SiC, III-Nitrides and related materials are currently attracting increasing attention and are being targeted as possible solutions in a variety of problematic fields of electronic application: including high temperature, high power, radiation-resistant and microwave use.
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).

457-460

Edited by: Rodrigo Martins, Elvira Fortunator, Isabel Ferreira, Carlos Dias
Online since: May 2004
Description: The II International Materials Symposium is a scientific forum which discusses advances in the science and technology of materials, and is organized by the Portuguese Materials Society. The II International Materials Symposium followed a series of bi-annual national and international conferences that began 20 years ago and has became, since 2001, an international forum where scientists, engineers and technologists working in the fields of Materials Science and Engineering discuss their recent results and exchange ideas and information.

455-456

Edited by: Dragan P. Uskokovic, Slobodan K. Milonjic, Dejan I. Rakovic
Online since: May 2004
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
These proceedings, PROGRESS IN ADVANCED MATERIALS AND PROCESSES, include selected papers which were presented at the Fifth Yugoslav Materials Research Society Conference (Yu-MRS Meeting), held in Herceg Novi, Yugoslavia, September 15-19th, 2003. The previous four conferences were also held there, and the Yugoslav Materials Research Society was formed as a non-governmental, non-profit, scientific association, whose main goals and tasks are to encourage creativity in materials science and engineering, to achieve the harmonic coordination of these fields in Serbia and Montenegro, and to link these researches to analogous activities carried out worldwide; in order to incorporate them into international – even global - programs. Materials science and engineering involve the acquisition of knowledge concerning the synthesis and processing of materials, their composition and structure, properties and behaviour, characteristics and potential, and their application in devices, machines, consumer units and other finished products. Our economic prosperity, quality of life and hopes for a healthy environment are closely connected with improvements in existing products and the development of new ones together with their associated processing technologies.

453-454

Edited by: S.-G. Kang and T. Kobayashi
Online since: March 2004
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Following on the success of the last previous two symposiums, the aim of ISAEM-2003 is was to provide an interactive forum for discussion of the designing, processing and properties of advanced engineering materials of involving metals, ceramics and polymers.

449-452

Edited by: Richard Todd
Online since: February 2004
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
Superplastic forming (SPF) has come a long way from its relatively recent history of being of interest only to the aerospace and aeronautical industries, and has made rapid inroads into applications in the automotive, rail, architectural, sports, dental and entertainment sectors.

447-448

Edited by: Toshio Hyodo, Yoshinori Kobayashi, Yasuyuki Nagashima, Haruo Saito
Online since: January 2004
Description: There is no doubt that, when it comes to the study of the structures and defects of materials, there is presently no technique that rivals positron annihilation. The increasing demands for higher accuracy and reliability provide a constant stimulus to the field, and the present work presents the newest and most important scientific discoveries made in the field of positron annihilation.
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).

445-446

Edited by: Yvonne Andersson, Eric J. Mittemeijer and Udo Welzel
Online since: January 2004
Description: Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
X-ray powder diffraction is a long-established and invaluable technique which is widely applied to the characterization of crystalline materials. The method has traditionally been used for phase identification, quantitative analysis and for the determination of structural imperfections. In recent years however, its use has been extended into exciting new areas such as the extraction of three-dimensional microstructural properties.

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