Surface Treatments for Protecting from Fracture and Fatigue Damage
The present topic intends to promote research in the field of protection against fatigue and fracture by employing conventional and innovative surface treatments or coatings. Particularly in critical environments, this allows mitigation of the problems related to the initiation and subsequent propagation of cracks that can decrease the life of structural components. The aim of the Special Issue is to update on the state of the art in this regard, providing readers with useful information on recent technologies. The effect of these surface treatments at different scales is also of interest.
Prof. Dr. Filippo Berto
Prof. Dr. Ricardo Branco
Prof. Dr. Yanxin Qiao
- surface treatments
- advanced coatings
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