Special Issue "High Temperature Alloys and Intermetallic Materials"
A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 December 2020).
Nowadays the request for materials able to efficiently operate at ever-higher service temperatures is continuously pushing research activities in many industrial sectors. In particular, in the field of power generation, aerospace and automotive, it is of fundamental importance in order to increase the efficiency of the engines, thus reducing fuel consumption and pollutant emissions moving towards greener engines. Ever-higher temperatures mean moving to ever-more severe conditions for materials that require improved mechanical properties, but also oxidation and corrosion resistance.
The Special Issue, “High Temperature Alloy and Intermetallic Materials”, will address advances in materials science, processing, characterization, new components development as well as the testing of new systems of materials for high temperatures, thus providing readers with up-to date information on the recent progress from different perspectives.
It is my pleasure to invite you to submit a manuscript to this Special Issue. Original papers are solicited on metallic alloys and intermetallic materials in the following areas:
- New chemical compositions for increased properties
- New processing routes
- New characterizations
- New coatings for thermal protection
- New findings in their oxidation and corrosion
Full papers, communications and reviews are all welcome.
Prof. SARA BIAMINO
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Metallic alloys
- new alloys
- processing routes
- microstructure characterization
- mechanical properties