Paper of the Month

"Texture balancing in a fcc/bcc multilayered composite produced by accumulative roll bonding"

by J.Q. Duan, M.Z. Quadir, W. Xu, C. Kong and M. Ferry

Blended Additive Compositions for Enhanced High-Temperature Corrosion Resistance of Aluminosilicate Refractories

Michael Saleh, Zain Zaidi, Mihail Ionescu, Christopher Hurt, Ken Short, John Daniels, Paul Munroe, Lyndon Edwards and Dhriti Bhattacharyya

Thin film coatings applied to, for example, tool steel substrates are commonly used to protect the steel during high wear machining operations.

FeCoMo alloys have recently been introduced as novel cutting materials for high-end gear hob milling in the automotive industry.

La-Mg-Ni based alloys have a high hydrogen storage capacity but their poor cycle stability severely limits their commercial viability as an energy storage medium.

Inspired by the gecko foot, nanostructured adhesive devices are being developed as minimally invasive technologies to seal wounds and deliver drugs in situ.

This paper looks at the structure of coins minted in Southern Italy (Sybaris) sometime between 540 and 510 BC. Little is known about the preparation methods of these coins.

An ultra-lightweight Mg-Li-based alloy was processed by a simple route to generate a solute nanostructure in a body centre cubic matrix (Fig. 1).