Special Issue "Multidisciplinary Composites"
A special issue of Journal of Composites Science (ISSN 2504-477X).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (7 August 2021) | Viewed by 19739
Interests: biocomposites; testing of composites; room- and high-temperature testing of materials
Interests: renewable energy; PV cell composites; composite materials for sustainable energy; reliability
Interests: machinability; composites; biocomposites; nanomaterials
Interests: surface engineering; thin film coating; metal machining; advanced welding; manufacturing; composite; dental materials; tribology; wear; machine learning; image processing; 3D printing
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The remarkable combination of properties that one can obtain from cutting-edge composites, viz., high stiffness and/or strength-to-weight proportions, corrosion resistance, design flexibility, item flexibility, and so forth, focuses on development in the utilization of these materials. The need for extended applications in mechanical, electrical, electronic, car, airplane, building development, and process industries has been hugely demanding for engineers, with expansive-feature preparation of the material choice, creation, planning, and testing of composites being a major requirement. Indeed, even the arising regions in biomechanics utilize a ton of composite innovation to make innovatively huge advances.
Among the cutting-edge underlying materials, there has been enormous progression in the science and innovation of materials. Lately, nanostructure materials and nanocomposites have become progressively significant, considering their wonderful properties and forever-developing regions for down-to-earth applications. Different mechanical properties of nanomaterials, with scientific or computational application, are yet to undergo far-reaching test examination of mechanical conduct. Despite the quick advancement in this field, certain mechanical properties of nanomaterials and composites are yet to be fully explored in materials science. In the field of gigantic and complex assembling, we are currently needing materials, with properties, that can be controlled by our necessities.
This Special Issue will mainly focus on all the above-mentioned points to cover composites in all fields of engineering.
Prof. Dr. Swadesh Kumar Singh
Dr. Suresh Kumar Tummala
Dr. Satyanarayana Kosaraju
Dr. Julfikar Haider
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- Mechanical behavior of composites
- Composite materials and processing
- Material selection and design
- Additive manufacturing
- Morphological structures
- Material characterization.