Solid State Phenomena

ISSN: 1662-9779

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Edited by: Adriana Estokova, Nadezda Stevulova, Jiří Zegzulka, Baltakys Kestutis, Jozsef Faitli and Alain Chamayou
Online since: October 2015
Description: Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the Particulate Solids in Science, Industry and Environment, September 21-22, 2015, Slovakia, Herlany.
The 34 papers are grouped as follows:
Chapter 1: Progressive Technologies in Production of Powdered and Particulate Materials;
Chapter 2: Recycling of Powdered and Solid Wastes;
Chapter 3: Atmospheric and Indoor Particulate Matter;
Chapter 4: Environmental Aspects of Processing and Using of Raw and Bulk Materials


Edited by: V.P. Matveenko, A.A. Tashkinov and Dr. Dmitry A. Chinakhov
Online since: October 2015
Description: The papers are devoted to estimation of salt rocks’ long-term strength in natural conditions, mathematical modeling of underworked rock strata failure process, analysis of thermal conditions within the flow conduits of MHD-devices.


Edited by: P. Pichler
Online since: October 2015

Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the GADEST 2015: Gettering and Defect Engineering in Semiconductor Technology, September 20-25, 2015, Bad Staffelstein, Germany.

The 71 papers are grouped as follows: Chapter 1: Growth of Mono- and Multi-Crystalline Silicon;                     Chapter 2: Passivation and Defect Studies in Solar Cells;                Chapter 3: Intrinsic Point Defects and Dislocations in Silicon;                 Chapter 4: Light Elements in Silicon-Based Materials;                      Chapter 5: Properties and Gettering of Transition Metals in Silicon;             Chapter 6: Radiation- and Impurity-Related Defect Studies in Silicon and Germanium;                                   Chapter 7: Thermal Properties of Semiconductors;                           Chapter 8: Luminescence and Optical Properties of Semiconductors;         Chapter 9: Nano-Sized Layers and Structures;                               Chapter 10: Wide-Bandgap Semiconductors;                          Chapter 11: Advanced Methods and Tools for Investigation of Semiconductor Materials


Edited by: Rajshree B. Jotania and Hardev Singh Virk
Online since: October 2015
Description: This special volume on ‘Ferrites and Ceramic Composites II’ contains a wide range of issues pertaining to nanomaterials. The volume will be of special interest to scientists and researchers who deal with Nanoparticles.
The book covers a wide range of topics: Nanoparticles Synthesis and Properties, Nanoferrites, Ferrite Fibres and Nanofibres, Biomedical Applications.


Edited by: Pawel Pyrzanowski and Jacek Gadomski
Online since: August 2015
Description: Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 26th Symposium on Experimental Mechanics of Solids, October 22-25, 2014, Jachranka, Poland.

The 40 papers are grouped as follows:
Chapter 1: Experimental and Numerical Methods and Equipments for Practical Investigation and Engineering Designing;
Chapter 2: Investigation Processes of Fatigue and Fracture;
Chapter 3: Investigations Mechanical Properties of Advanced Materials;
Chapter 4: Experimental Methods for Investigations of Devices, Machines and Structures


Edited by: Hardev Singh Virk
Online since: August 2015
Description: The irradiation of materials with energetic particles has significant effects on the properties of target materials. In addition to the well-known detrimental effects of irradiations, they have also some beneficial effects on the properties of materials. Irradiation effect can change the morphology of the materials in a controlled manner and tailor their mechanical, structural, optical and electrical properties. Irradiation induced modifications in the properties of materials can be exploited for many useful applications. This 2nd volume on Radiation Effects considers the importance of Radiation Induced Modifications of Materials. It includes 9 Papers written by experts in this field on a variety of subjects.


Edited by: Hardev Singh Virk
Online since: August 2015
Description: The credit of introducing Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors (SSNTDs) as a powerful research tool in the early sixties goes to P.B. Price, R.L. Fleischer and R.M. Walker of the General Electric Company of the United States of America. Basically, SSNTDs are dielectric materials or solid insulators such as mica, glass, synthetic plastics, etc. which record and permanently store the trajectory of fast moving charged particles in the form of submicroscopic trails of continuous damage called latent tracks. The present Volume consists of one dozen Papers on Applications of SSNTDs in various fields; Radon Studies covering more than half of this Volume.


Edited by: Adam Mazurkiewicz
Online since: August 2015
Description: Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the Special topic volume with invited peer reviewed papers only.
The 49 papers are grouped as follows:
Chapter 1: Innovative Solutions in Surface Engineering;
Chapter 2: Technologies and Mechatronic Devices for Quality Inspection and Measurements in Industry;
Chapter 3: Advanced Methods for Control Systems and Robotics;
Chapter 4: Researching and Designing of Technologies, Machines and Apparatus for Technological Systems in Mechanical Engineering;
Chapter 5: Industrial Technologies of Waste Recycling and Environmental Engineering


Edited by: Andrzej Grządziela, Bogdan Pojawa and Piotr Szymak
Online since: July 2015
Description: Collection of selected, peer reviewed papers from the 2 Day Symposium on Mechatronics Systems, Mechanics and Materials 2014/IV, November 19-20, 2014, Władysławowo, Poland.
The 31 papers are grouped as follows:
Chapter 1: Materials, Mechanisms and Energy of Technical Systems and Devices;
Chapter 2: Control and Robotics;
Chapter 3: Diagnostics of Equipment;
Chapter 4: Environment Protection Engineering


Edited by: Agnieszka Szczotok, Jacek Pietraszek and Norbert Radek
Online since: July 2015
Description: The minisymposium “Parametric and Non-Parametric Methods of Data Analysis at Multiscale Modeling” provided an opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences at the crossroads of three disciplines: materials science, image analysis and statistical data analysis, where new research possibilities have appeared with the rapid development of computer hardware: an increase in the processing speed and the size of the memory available – there has been a rapid development of data analysis methods that were previously not possible to use in practice due to the required computing power. The minisymposium was organized as part of the WCCM 2014, 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics, which was held in Barcelona, Spain on 20-25 July, 2014.


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