ICEAF IV 4th International Conference of Engineering Against Failure - Part I

ICEAF IV 4th International Conference of Engineering Against Failure - Part I

The series of the International Conference of Engineering Against Failure (ICEAF) aims to provide on a bi-annual basis a Forum to present relevant scientific and technological achievements and discuss with an audience of international experts.

The current issue is the Part I of the Special Issue, containing papers presented at the 4th International Conference of engineering Against Failure (ICEAF-IV), which took place during the period 24-26 of June 2015. Several distinguished scientists and researchers contributed to a high-level scientific gathering during which the latest advancements in the conference topics were presented and discussed.

Effect of particles size on mechanical properties of polypropylene particulate composites,Effect of sliding friction on spline surface failure under misaligned condition in aero engines,Fast damaging processes in the TaN thin film absorbers under action of nanosecond electrical pulses,Guest Editorial,Investigation of cold water pitting corrosion failure of deoxidized high phosphorus (DHP) copper tube: a case study,Mechanical properties of a carbon fabric–reinforced epoxy composite with carbon nanotubes and a flame retardant,Nanomechanical performance of protective coatings reinforced with core/shell composite materials,Self-repairing CFRPs targeted towards structural aerospace applications,Typical defects in plate and long steel products

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