Research and Markets has added a new report titled Nanomaterials and Plastic Deformation to its offering.
According to this report, the deformation process used for developing advanced materials that possess nano- or ultrafine-structures and several enhanced properties has reported to be one of the most revolutionizing platforms of materials technology and science. The selected 35 peer-reviewed papers from the 2009 Annual Meeting of Chinese Materials Research Society cover several features of nanomaterials and deformation processes of plastic as well as offer brief prologue to the subjects.
According to the review of Book News, the Session L of the meeting was the 4th symposium that succeeds the successive symposia, Ultrafine Grained and Nanostructured Materials. The selected 35 peer-reviewed papers specifically featured those materials.
The key topics covered in sections such as mechanical properties and others, microstructure characterization, and processing include fatigue cracks and properties of ultra-fine ground copper processed by equal-channel angular pressing, compression super-plasticity of ultra-high carbon steel in an electric field, a constitutive model for large-scale plastic deformation of nanocrystalline materials, a microtexture study of warm-rolled, high strength, interstitial-free steel sheets, microstructure and properties of ultra-fine grained iron by rolling, bulk nanocrystalline copper produced by high-energy ball milling, and annealing process in severely cold draw pearlitic steelwires.