Special Issue "Acoustic Waves in Advanced Materials"
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2016) | Viewed by 26378
Interests: composite materials (research, design and manufacturing); nondestructive evaluation and testing; hybrid-hierarchical-smart materials; multifunctional materials-lightweight; self sensing and actuation; energy harvesting; optical instrumentation; optical and spectroscopic characterisation of materials; mechanical testing and standardization; on line process monitoring; chemometrics and numerical algorithms for process identification; nanotechnology for structural/smart composites; fatigue and damage tolerance of composite/hybrid/ hierarchical materials
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Stress wave propagation in advanced materials and structures has been in the forefront of research for several decades. However, the complexity of propagation phenomena, together with the multiplicity of propagated modes and their interaction with the propagation medium, always provides a fertile ground for new developments, particularly in relation with novel materials, which often possess designed architecture. These developments may range from first principle modeling to advanced technological and diagnostic tools for life cycle assessment and structural health monitoring of materials and structures.
Within the scope of this special issue is the compilation of key contributions related but not limited to: Linear and non Linear Ultrasonics and Imaging, Acoustic Emission, Acoustic Microscopy, Surface and Guided Waves, Non Destructive Evaluation and Structural Health Monitoring, Wave Propagation Modelling and Inverse Problems in Wave Propagation, Signal Processing. Contributions should be related to advanced materials, such as materials with microstructure, controlled architecture and anisotropy, composites and laminar structures, phononic metamaterials, etc.
It is my pleasure to invite you to submit original research papers within the scope of this Special Issue. Short communication and authoritative reviews will also be considered for publication.
Alkiviadis S. Paipetis
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