International Conference of Engineering Against Failure (ICEAF)

International Conference of Engineering Against Failure (ICEAF)

The current special issue contains papers presented at the 3rd International Conference of engineering Against Failure (ICEAF-III), which took place during the period 26-28 of June 2013. The Conference, co-organised by the Laboratory of Technology & Strength of Materials (University of Patras) and the Hellenic Metallurgical Society (HMS), was held under the auspices of FEMS (The Federation of European Materials Societies) and the EASN Association.

Accelerated carbide tool wear failure during machining of hot work hardened tool steel: a case study,Advanced leaf spring design and analysis with respect to vehicle kinematics and durability,Compression after impact and fatigue behavior of CFRP stiffened panels,Editorial ICEAF Special Issue,Experimental detection of an early developed crack in rotor-bearing systems using an AMB,Interfacial stresses analysis of damaged structures strengthened with bonded prestressed FRP plate having variable fiber spacing,Strain concentration during the compression of a carbon/epoxy composite after impact,Study on the evolution mechanism of oxidation and copper diffusion and precipitation phenomena and their effect on the surface quality of steel plates,Synthesis, structural and nanomechanical properties of cobalt based thin films,Waviness and straightness of cylinder and textured piston ring tribo pair,Wing repair using an adhesively bonded boron composite patch – design and verification

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