Special Issue "Alloys for High-Temperature Applications"
A special issue of Metals (ISSN 2075-4701).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2018
Prof. Dr. Giulio Timelli
High-temperature resistance is essential in many applications. The materials and alloys used for high-temperature components require a tailored combination of mechanical strength, microstructural stability and corrosion/oxidation resistance. Turbine blades, heat-exchangers, fuel nozzles, newer turbocharged engines are subjected to high tensile loads and pressures, as well as corrosive environments, all of which occurring under thermal fatigue conditions.
Operating at higher efficiency is often a key issue in order to achieve fuel economy, reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, and improved vehicle performance too. The requirement of higher operating temperatures is almost mandatory for higher efficiency. This challenge will drive to continuously improve the traditional materials and develop new alloys before brittle non-metallic materials, such as oxide systems, can be thought and applied. Large opportunities are available for designing innovative materials and alloys showing improved ability to be processed, as well as higher performances.
The aim of this Special Issue is to collect full papers, communications, and reviews highlighting original and recent innovations about metals, alloys and composite materials for high-temperature applications.
Prof. Dr. Giulio Timelli
Manuscript Submission Information
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- microstructure and texture
- high-temperature alloys
- mechanical properties at elevated temperature
- physical properties
- alloy design
- thermal stability