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Materials and Technologies
Ionel Chicinaş and Traian Canta
Selected, peer reviewed papers from the 4th International Conference on Materials and Manufacturing Technologies, MATEHN 06, 21-23 September, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Advanced Materials Research Vol. 23
Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).
The present volume provides an up-to-date, comprehensive and worldwide state-of–the art survey of the science and technology of materials, covering such topics as: powder metallurgy, metal-forming, heat-treatment and surface engineering and metal casting and welding, plus quality-control and environmental aspects. read more...
The volume will be a useful asset for anyone dealing with these processes.
Review from Ringgold Inc., ProtoView: Papers from a September 2006 conference shed light on the current state of the art in the science and technology of materials, touching on powder metallurgy, metal forming, heat treating and surface engineering, metal casting and metal welding, and quality and environmental aspects. Specific subjects examined include massive powder coating in ball milling, a mathematical model of an abrasive water jet milling process, factors that influence the adherence of biovitroceramic coatings on titanium, and corrosion inhibition of zinc in KOH solutions. Other topics include silicon influence on corrosion properties of austenitic stainless steels, high potency late inoculation of grey cast iron, tensile properties of martensitic stainless steel weldments, and titanium dioxide thin film for photodegradation of methyl orange.