This month’s top 5 most read articles from Steel Research International.
Key 20th century research on fundamentals of steel to be digitised, uploaded, and indexed for the first time.
New research from MPI Dusseldorf takes aim at corrosion: a reactive system has been developed, able to deliver corrosion inhibitor to any cut on a metal surface.
Combining a ductile metal matrix with brittle ceramic additions leads to new composite materials with superior mechanical properties, which appears to be ideal for structural and crash-absorption applications.
Evolution in steel-making and low energy and low carbon dioxide processes: the highlights of this month’s Steel Research International
University of Hanover researchers have found the optimum production parameters for compound forging of steel-aluminum parts.
A new and important development in complex steels is reported in the current issue of Steel Research International, dedicated to “Steel ab initio”.
Position available in team responsible for journals such as Advanced Materials and Macromolecular Rapid Communications.
New range of high power “BoostiK” single-frequency fiber lasers offering up to 15 W output with low phase noise and narrow linewidth.
An online guide from Professors Karen Cheng and Marco Rolandi of the University of Washington.
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