Microstructural, Mechanical and Magnetic Properties of Metallic Microwires

A special issue of Metals (ISSN 2075-4701).

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2024 | Viewed by 347

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School of Materials Science and Engineering, Inner Mongolia University of Technology, Hohhot, China
Interests: Metallic microwires; microstructural characterization; mechanical property; magnetic property; physical and chemical effects; functional device; sensor applications
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School of Materials Science and Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, China
Interests: metallic microwires; mechanical property; magnetic refrigeration; functional devices and applications

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

The investigation of metallic microwires is considered by international experts in the field of microwires as one of the novel research directions with potential application prospects. Metallic microwires exhibit special microstructural, mechanical and magnetic properties due to the unique preparation processes, and they exhibit different properties from those of bulk metallic glasses (BMGs). Therefore, particular mechanical and magnetic properties of metallic microwires provide the possibility of performance modulation and functional integration applications, especially according to microstructural evolution. Nowadays, researchers pay lots of attention to metallic microwires, particularly in the fields of structural and functional devices, electromagnetic shielding, microwave absorption, magnetic detection and refrigeration, etc. Meanwhile, some basic scientific issues of metallic microwires still need to be further studied, revealed and clarified.

In this Special Issue, we invite you to contribute articles that focus on the latest research progress related to preparation processes, including rapid solidification (RS) technology, microstructural characterization and mechanical and magnetic properties, and the interesting physical and chemical effects of metallic microwires, as well as articles that demonstrate innovative multi-functional devices and potential applications based on advanced metallic microwires.

Prof. Dr. Jingshun Liu
Dr. Hongxian Shen
Guest Editors

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