Selected Papers from International Conference on Materials Science & Engineering 2023

A special issue of Journal of Composites Science (ISSN 2504-477X).

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Dear Colleagues,

Last time materials science and engineering are the most important driver of technical and scientific progress. Those research area are in the top of interest of scientific society and many conferences, journal and articles are related to those very important investigations. 8th International Conference on Materials Science & Engineering (Scopus & PubMed Indexed), which will held on: September 21-22 2023 in Paris is important event in this main stream. Special issue is the collection of selected papers from 8th International Conference on Materials Science & Engineering . The paper will be selected after peer-reviews. The articles will be devoted to all topics of the conference, which are listed as the conference topics in computational and material science – namely: structural, functional, semiconductors, metal, electronic, optical,  magnetic, polymer and biopolymers, biomaterials, ceramics, nanocomposite and nanomaterials, energy, environment and green, batteries and solid electrolyte materials, metamaterials, nanotubes and nanowires, graphene, nanofilms and coating. Very important part of material science are material physics and chemistry, surface science and papers in those research areas are very welcome. Also, most advanced topics in engineering like biomedical, chemical, mechanical and civil engineering, nanotechnology and nanoengineering and its application, surface engineering, energy related engineering, mechatronics and robotics, biomechanics, 3D printing and additive manufacturing, nanomedicine will be very important part of the special issue. Also, all related papers, especially in new topics and research areas are invited.

Prof. Dr. Ghenadii Korotcenkov
Dr. Svetlana Von Gratowski
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Keywords

  • functional
  • electronic
  • optical
  • magnetic materials
  • nanotubes and nanowires
  • nanotechnology
  • nanomedicine
  • mechatronics and robotics
  • coatings
  • energy materials
  • civil engineering
  • material physics and chemistry
  • surface science
  • polymers
  • biopolymers
  • nanocomposites
  • ceramics
  • metamaterials

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Influence of the Cooling Rate on Austenite Ordering and Martensite Transformation in a Non-Stoichiometric Alloy Based on Ni-Mn-In
by Dmitriy Kuznetsov, Elena Kuznetsova, Alexey Mashirov, Denis Danilov, Georgiy Shandryuk, Irek Musabirov, Igor Shchetinin, Alexey Prokunin, Svetlana von Gratowski and Vladimir Shavrov
J. Compos. Sci. 2023, 7(12), 514; https://doi.org/10.3390/jcs7120514 - 11 Dec 2023
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The effect of the melt cooling rate on the atomic ordering of austenite and, as a consequence, on the martensitic transformation of a nonstoichiometric alloy of the Ni-Mn-In system has been studied. In situ TEM observations revealed differences in the mechanism of phase [...] Read more.
The effect of the melt cooling rate on the atomic ordering of austenite and, as a consequence, on the martensitic transformation of a nonstoichiometric alloy of the Ni-Mn-In system has been studied. In situ TEM observations revealed differences in the mechanism of phase transformations of the alloy subjected to different cooling conditions. It is shown that during quenching a high density of antiphase boundaries (APB) is formed and the alloy is in the austenite–martensitic (10M and 14M) state up to a temperature of 120 K. In a slowly cooled alloy, a lower APB density is observed, and a two-stage transformation, L21/B2 → 10M → 14M, occurs in the range of 150–120 K. Full article
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