Materials Science and Technology

  • ID: 2398329
  • October 2015
  • Region: Global
  • Maney Publishing
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Materials Science and Technology is an international forum for the publication of refereed contributions covering both fundamental and technological aspects of the properties, characterization and modelling, processing, and fabrication of engineering materials. The journal has a particular interest in the continuum from understanding and modelling of process routes leading to the generation of microstructure, through characterization, understanding and modelling of how microstructure is controlled and manipulated, to the modelling, control and prediction of relevant engineering properties. 'Microstructure' is shorthand for nano/micro/meso/macrostructure, provided that 'structure' is identified at the appropriate size scale. 'Properties' may be electrical, mechanical, electronic, chemical, magnetic, thermal, optical, or biochemically related. Impact Factor: 0.772; SRJ2: 0.607; SNIP2: 0.73

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Top 10 articles for this publication:

1. White structure flaking (WSF) in wind turbine gearbox bearings:
effects of ‘butterflies' and white etching cracks (WECs), M-H Evans

2. Hardness properties across multiscales of applied loads and material
structures, R W Armstrong and W L Elban

3. Effect of hardness of martensite and ferrite on void formation in dual
phase steel, M Azuma, S Goutianos, N Hansen, et al.

4. Investigation of mechanism of cleavage fracture initiation in
intercritically coarse grained heat affected zone of HSLA steel,
P Mohseni, J K Solberg, M Karlsen, et al.

5. Bonding between aluminium and copper in cold spraying: story of
asymmetry, T Hussain, D G McCartney and P H Shipway

6. Martensite in quenched Fe-C steels and Engel-Brewer electron
theory of crystal structures, O D Sherby, J Wadsworth, D R Lesuer
and C K Syn

7. Mechanism of misorientation development within coalesced martensite,
J H Pak, H K D H Bhadeshia and L Karlsson

8. Effects of friction stir welding and post-weld annealing on
nanostructured ferritic alloy, A Etienne, N J Cunningham, Y Wu and
G R Odette

9. Self-welding susceptibility of cold worked alloy D9 and 316LN
austenitic steels in flowing sodium, C Meikandamurthy, H Kumar,
G Chakraborty, et al.

10. Constant intermittent flow of dislocations: central problems in
plasticity, L M Brown DUE TO PUBLISH 2013

11. Deformed metals - structure, recrystallisation and strength,
N Hansen and D Juul Jensen

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