Special Issue "Oxidation of Metals"
A special issue of Metals (ISSN 2075-4701).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 January 2016)
Mr. Vineet V. Joshi
Dr. Alan Meier
Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Montana Tech of the University of Montana, 1300 West Park Street, ELC Room 212, Butte, MT 59701, USA
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Interests: material brazing and joining, surfaces and dissimilar material interfaces, physical and mechanical metallurgy, the processing and properties of cermets and MMC failure analysis, design of lightweight structures and components, mechanical testing and metal forming stress analysis
Currently, alloys are being rapidly developed. At the same time, environmental degradation, i.e., the corrosion of materials, is a major hindrance. The necessity of improving the efficiencies of propulsion systems, power generation units, gas separation units, and chemical plants has resulted in demand for materials that can withstand corrosion at high temperatures without drastically compromising strength. Also, the reductions in weight of automotive materials have resulted from the use of dissimilar materials and have therefore furthered the challenges of preventing corrosion. Over the years, several new alloys and systems have been developed to combat the most demanding of corrosive environments and rigorous research efforts are being made to understand the mechanism of corrosion or failure using advanced characterization tools.
This Special Issue concerning the environmental degradation of metals aims to present the latest research and trends that highlight advancements in corrosion resistant materials in different environments using advanced characterization and modeling tools.
Mr. Viineet V. Joshi
Dr. Alam Meier
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- high temperature corrosion
- galvanic corrosion
- microstructure evolution
- aqueous corrosion
- in-situ investigations