Metals and Alloys

Metals and metallic alloys have been favoured engineering materials for many years. They are charecterised by their strength, electrical and thermal conductivity for formability, as well as their ability to have their properties tailored via heat treatment. More recently however, new alloys are being developed that can operate under more demanding conditions, as well as those with reduced weight, leading to more extreme applications.
Journals
The Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A is devoted to reports of original research, review articles, and Critical Review articles. JVST A covers topics such as applied surface science, electronic materials and processing, fusion technology, plasma technology, surface science, thin films, vacuum metallurgy, and vacuum technology.
Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology provides broad international coverage of research and practice in corrosion processes and corrosion control. Peer-reviewed contributions address all aspects of corrosion engineering and corrosion science; there is strong emphasis on effective design and materials selection to combat corrosion and the journal carries failure case studies to further knowledge in these areas.
Ironmaking & Steelmaking: Processes, Products and Applications monitors international technological advances in the industry with a strong element of engineering and product related material.
Steel Research International is a journal providing a forum for the publication of high-quality manuscripts in areas ranging from process metallurgy and metal forming to materials engineering as well as process control and testing. The emphasis is on steel and related metals and on materials involved in the processing, such as refractories and slags.