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Explore and share top articles on composites, organized in four key topics: Composite Materials, Biocomposites, Composite Construction and Characterization & Evaluation of Composites here

Featured Article: Experimental and analytical investigation on resin impregnation behavior in continuous carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastic polyimide composites

12.5.18In molding of carbon fiber reinforced thermoplastics (CFRTP), resin impregnation behavior to fiber yarns is very important because higher viscosity of molten thermoplastics inhibites resin impregnation to the interspace among fibers. Resultant resin un-impregnation causes lower mechanical properties of CFRTP. The purpose of this study was to clarify the relation among molding method, molding conditions and resin impregnation to fiber yarns experimentally and analytically.

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Open access publishing is not without costs. Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Modern Processes therefore levies an article-processing charge of £825.00/$1290.00/€1050.00 for each article accepted for publication. 

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Interview with Editor-in-Chief Vadim Silberschmidt

In a recent interview with the Springer Open blog, Prof. Silberschmidt discussed MAMMP, the status of the field of Mechanics of Materials and the prevalence of Open Access in academic publishing. Read more here.

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Forthcoming

Thematic Series
Advanced Composites: Microstructure, Mechanics, Manufacturing and Optimisation
Edited by Edgar Alejandro Marañon Leon, Helmut Boehm, Chaofeng Lu,  Ken-Ichi Manabe

2017

Thematic Series
Recent Developments in Mechanics of Advanced Materials
Edited by Vadim V. Silberschmidt
Collection published: 10 July 2017


Call for papers: Computer modelling of Additive Manufacturing

Additive manufacturing is a step change in manufacturing technology. A major challenge is to control defects and residual stresses to ensure good and repeatable mechanical properties. Computer modelling based on the fundamental principles of mechanics and materials science is potentially a powerful tool to optimise additive manufacturing processes. This special issue presents some recent developments in this area and covers various topics – from overviews of theoretical schemes of continuum mechanics and microstructured materials to analysis of woven composites to biomedical applications.

Aims and scope

The aim of Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Modern Processes is to publish and disseminate results of current analytical, experimental and numerical research in the broad area of mechanics of advanced materials, with a special emphasis on underpinning interrelations between physics of deformation, damage and fracture with mechanics of manufacturing processes.
The journal will publish original research articles of interest to applied mathematicians, physicists, materials scientists and researchers from academia and industry, as well as to R&D engineers, involved with problems of mechanics and manufacturing of advanced materials.
Authors are encouraged to submit contributions on the topics ranging from structural analysis, mechanical, microstructural and physical characterization of advanced materials to processing techniques and manufacturing of components and structures made of such materials. The following topics are relevant to contents:

  • Experimental mechanics
  • Mechanical and physical properties of advanced materials
  • Microstructure-properties relationships
  • Damage and fracture
  • Fracture mechanics and structural integrity
  • Multi-scale and multi-physics material analysis
  • Mechanics and simulation of manufacturing processes
  • Design methods
  • Materials forming
  • Manufacturing techniques and technologies
  • Structural topology

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