Special Issue "Novel High-Temperature Materials: Preparation, Characterization, and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 May 2021.
Interests: powder metallurgy; ceramics and metal alloys synthesis and sintering; SPS; high-pressure–high-temperature sintering; material studies; cutting tool materials; high-pressure phases; thermal resistance of materials
The Special Issue on “Novel High-Temperature Materials: Preparation, Characterization, and Applications” brings together scientists working at universities, research institutes, and various industries laboratories, to discuss state-of-the-art research on these group of materials. High-temperature materials are ceramics, metals, their alloys, and composites which offer excellent chemical, phase, and property stability, at temperatures exceeding 900 °C. More specifically, these are the materials which could be used at such high temperatures and consist principally of some stainless steels, Ni-base alloys, single-crystal super alloys, refractory metals (tungsten, rhenium, osmium, tantalum, molybdenum, niobium, zirconium, iridium), their alloys, and a wide group of ceramic materials. These materials are used as materials of thermal protection systems (TPS), coatings for materials exposed to high temperatures, and bulk materials for heating elements or isolators. High-temperature materials are being encountered in such applications as: turbine blade materials, cutting and drilling tool materials, coatings for so-called thermal barriers, heating elements, insulations in furnaces, electrodes for electric arc furnaces, nozzles, heat shields, high-temperature reusable surface insulation tiles, and many others.
These materials are responsible for the progress of many industries starting from the mining industry, through manufacturing processes, to the space industry.
Therefore, this Special Issue welcomes contributions from all researchers working on high-temperature materials obtaining, as well as on their modeling, synthesis, characterization, properties, and applications.
The Special Issue will cover but will not be limited to the following topics:
- High-temperature materials and their property modeling;
- Refractory metals and their alloys, superalloy synthesis;
- High-temperature ceramics and composites;
- Thermal protection systems;
- New methods of processes for the production of high-temperature materials;
- High-temperature coatings;
- Methods of properties characterization at high temperatures;
- Chemical reactivity and oxidation at high temperature;
- Related and new applications for high-temperature materials.
It is my pleasure to invite you to submit a manuscript for this Special Issue. Full papers, communications, and reviews are welcome.
Prof. Lucyna Jaworska
Manuscript Submission Information
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- High temperature materials
- Stainless steels
- Refractory metals
- Thermal barrier coatings
- HT method of investigations
- HT processings
- Thermal resistance
- Heating elements