Editors: T. S. Srivatsan, Jimmy Karloopia, Manoj Gupta

Advanced Materials for Emerging Applications (Innovations, Improvements, Inclusion and Impact)

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ISBN: 978-981-5196-78-8 (Print)
ISBN: 978-981-5196-77-1 (Online)
Year of Publication: 2024
DOI: 10.2174/97898151967711240101


Advanced Materials for Emerging Applications is a monograph on emerging materials – materials that have observable differences in physical properties and manufacturing requirements when compared to existing materials and industrial processes. The volume aims to showcase novel materials that can be used in advanced technology and innovative products.

The editors have compiled 17 chapters grouped into 3 sections: 1) Metals and Alloys, 2) Composite materials, and 3) Other materials. Chapters 1-5 discuss recent advances in friction stir welding, suitability of nickel-base shape memory alloys, thermal cycling studies of nickel-based shape memory alloys, nitrogen additions to stainless steel, and the evolution of zirconium alloy. Chapters 6-11 cover topics such as additive manufacturing of metal matrix composites, composite materials for biomedical applications, aluminum and magnesium metal matrix composites, aluminum nanocomposites for automobile applications, enhancing the strength of aluminum-boron carbide composites, and sisal fibers reinforced composites. Lastly, chapters 13-17 explore smart hydrogels, engineered iron-oxide nanomaterials for magnetic hyperthermia, emerging sustainable material technology for fire safety, recent advances in unconventional machining of smart alloys, and critical parameters influencing high-strain rate deformation of materials.

This monograph provides information for a broad readership including material and manufacturing engineers, researchers, students (at undergraduate levels or above) and entrepreneurs interested in manufacturing new products.


Engineers, researchers, students (at undergraduate levels or above) in materials science, engineering and technology sectors; entrepreneurs interested in manufacturing new products.


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