4 February 2010

Special issue: New materials and technology: ceramics, polymers and metals

International Journal of Materials and Product Technology 37(3/4) 2010
  • The effect of nano-Si3N4 on properties of silicon nitride ceramics
  • Microstructure and mechanical properties of ZrB2-based composites with laminated structure
  • Wear properties of microbeads prepared by colloidal injection moulding
  • Porous ceramic from particle-stabilised foams via gelcasting
  • Preparation and characterisation of nano-sized beta-tricalcium phosphate with a PS template method
  • A simple hydrothermal method to synthesise highly pure hexagonal and rhombus α-LiAlO2 nanosheets
  • Design and preparation of chitosan/HA composite scaffolds for tissue engineering with long-bone-like structure
  • Effect of colouring agent on colourisation and structure of Li2O-Al2O3-SiO2 glass ceramics
  • Ceramic ball pen and mathematical modelling
  • Preparation of nanometer magnesium aluminate spinel powders by sol-gel method
  • Low temperature preparation of perpendicularly oriented ZnO nanosheet films and application to Dye-sensitised Solar Cells
  • Failure site transition in Pb-free solder joints caused by manufacturing variabilities in BGA and MLF components in low cycle fatigue analysis
  • Determination of residual strain by combining EBSD and DIC techniques
  • Controlled release of Berberine Chloride by electrospun core/shell PVP/PLCL fibrous membranes
  • Study of a halogen-free flame-retarded Polypropylene composition with balanced strength and toughness
  • Interfacial interaction of clay with binary blends of polyamide 6 with High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE) and HDPE-graft-acrylic acid studied by Positron Annihilation Lifetime Spectroscopy
  • Curing, thermal stability and composite properties for blends of the novel bismaleimide and cyanate containing naphthalene
  • Interfacial stress analysis in tensile of Polypropylene/CaCO3 composites

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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mack said...

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