Materials at High Temperatures welcomes contributions relating to high temperature applications in the power generation, aerospace, chemical engineering, processing, and furnace industries. The effects of high temperatures and extreme environments on the corrosion and oxidation, fatigue, creep, strength and wear behaviour of metallic alloys, ceramics, intermetallics, and refractory and composite materials are covered.
Papers on the modelling of behaviour and life prediction are also welcome, provided these are validated by experimental data and explicitly linked to actual or potential applications. Contributions addressing the needs of designers and engineers (e.g. standards and codes of practice) also fall within the scope of the journal.
Materials at High Temperatures publishes regular thematic issues on topics of current interest. Proposals for issues are welcomed; please contact one of the Editors with details.
Volume 30 (2014), 4 issues per year
Print ISSN: 0960-3409
Online ISSN: 1878-6413
Journal homepage: www.maneyonline.com/mht
Professor J R Nicholls, Cranfield University, UK
Dr R P Skelton, Consultant, UK
Professor V A Ravi, California State Polytechnic University, USA
Professor G J Tatlock, University of Liverpool, UK
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