The wettability and potential chemical reactions between four different filter materials and an aluminum alloy were investigated (Image credit: Oleksiy Mark/Shutterstock).
The present special issue of Advanced Engineering Materials gives an overview on the materials science and engineering activities at the Montanuniversität Leoben.
This paper aims at reviewing the latest developments and at highlighting current trends and prospects in the additive manufacturing of aluminum alloys.
The early stage nucleation and development of the harmful TCP phases in a 3rd generation nickel-base single crystal superalloy is studied.
A metal matrix composite which uses a continuous fibre SiC reinforcement coupled with a Ti-5Al-5Mo-5V-3Cr (Ti-5-5-5-3) matrix is presented.
The fundamental capabilities of inkjet and aerosol jet printing relevant to electrochemical devices are reviewed and future challenges are discussed.
The background and evolution of composite metal foam is reviewed from its inception until now, providing understanding of how its properties are...
New lead free BiFeO3-SrTiO3 based multilayer ceramic capacitors for high temperature applications have been developed.
Parametric modeling tools from the architectural design world are combined with 3D printing and material testing technologies from materials science to populate...
A robust inorganic system capable of handling the extreme heat and wear typical of oil extraction has been developed that engineers complete...