Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University Firat,
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Recently, significant progress in the theories and processing of metallic materials has been obtained. These advanced processing techniques include the grain refinement, the ultrasonic large-scale casting, the asymmetric cryorolling, the incremental metal forming, the welding of heterogeneous structural materials, and the anti-oxidation treatment of steels. Such research of metallic processing would provide new insights for relevant communities of science, engineering, and industry. This special issue is a systematic review of the state-of-the-art metallic processing mentioned, which aims to broaden the dissemination of breakthrough. Original research papers are solicited in the fields, including the grain refinement, the large-scale casting, the asymmetric cryorolling, the additive metal forming, the welding of structural materials, and the oxidation of advanced steels.
Aims and Scope:
Grain refinement of metallic materials Advanced casting at meter-scale or micro-scale Asymmetric cryorolling Addictive metal forming such as incremental forming Welding of structural materials Oxidation of advanced steels