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Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Nanomaterials by Severe Plastic Deformation V" report to their offering.
Series: Materials Science Forum Vols. 667-669
Selected, peer reviewed papers from the 5th International Conference on Nanomaterials by Severe Plastic Deformation, NanoSPD5, held in Nanjing, China, on March 21-25, 2011
Keywords: materials, severe plastic deformation, nanomaterials, SPD processing, microstructural evolution and grain refinement, mechanical properties of SPD materials, functional and other properties of SPD materials, innovation and applications The 200 peer-reviewed articles in this Nanomaterials by Severe Plastic Deformation special collection are a convincing demonstration of the relevance of bulk ultrafine grained and nanostructured materials, produced by severe plastic deformation, to a wide range of researchers and engineers., The total number of articles in this edition, larger than that in the 2008 edition, shows that this community is, in fact, growing. The coverage includes all aspects of NanoSPD: Principles of SPD Processing, Microstructural Evolution and Grain Refinement, Mechanical Properties of SPD Materials, Functional and other Properties of SPD Materials, Innovation and Applications.
The work presents a thoroughly representative snapshot of the state-of-the-art of this field of research and also constitutes a comprehensive reference source.
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