Surface Engineering for Improved Corrosion or Wear Resistance
Manuscript Submission Deadline:
June 01, 2018
Co-Organizers: Sandip Harimkar
Publication Date: November 2018
Keywords: Additive Manufacturing,Advanced Materials,Advanced Processing,Alloy Phases,Aluminum,Aqueous Processing,Characterization,Composites,Copper, Nickel, and Cobalt,Energy,Experimental Methods,Fundamentals,High-Temperature Materials,ICME,Iron and Steel,Joining,Lightweight Materials,Magnesium,Magnetic Materials,Mechanical Properties,Modeling and Simulation,Nanotechnology,Phase Transformations,Physical Properties,Powder Technology,Surface Modification and Coatings,Synthesis and Processing,Thin Films and Interfaces,Titanium
Scope: Corrosion and wear are surface phenomena and therefore surface engineering have been used to improve both properties. Coatings, surface alloying, gradient structures, nanocrystallization, and inhibitors have been applied to tailor the surfaces for improved corrosion and wear resistance. This special topic focuses on capturing recent advancements in: 1) surface engineering technologies to improve corrosion and/or wear resistance and 2) theoretical understanding of corrosion and/or wear behavior of the surfaces.
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