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Metals | Special Issue : Hydrogen Embrittlement of Metallic Materials: Past, Present and Future

Blog Post created by Hassen Jaafar on Aug 1, 2018

A special issue of Metals (ISSN 2075-4701, Clarivate Analytics Impact Factor: 1.7) is open for manuscripts submission in the topic of hydrogen embrittlement/degradation/damage.

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2019

Metals | Special Issue : Hydrogen Embrittlement of Metallic Materials: Past, Present and Future

 

This Special Issue seeks work on the following topics:

 

    Hydrogen embrittlement (HE)

    Hydrogen degradation (HD)

    Hydrogen damage (HD).

    Hydrogen enhanced localized plasticity (HELP)

    Hydrogen enhanced decohesion (HEDE).

    Hydrogen enhanced delamination or debonding (HEDE).

    Hydrogen assisted fracture (HAF) and hydrogen assisted cracking (HAC).

    Hydrogen transport by diffusion and dislocational dragging.

    Hydrogenation versus cracking. Coupled effects. Effect of history.

    Hydrogen and plasticity. Hydrogen and dislocations. Hydrogen trapping.

    Hydrogen deformation interactions. Role of stress-strain fields.

    Effect of cyclic loading on hydrogen embrittlement. Hydrogen assisted fatigue.

    Multiscale approaches to hydrogen embrittlement.

    Fracture and structural integrity at all scales in a hydrogen environment.

    Computational approaches to the process of embrittlement or degradation.

    Microscopic approaches. Fractographic analysis of the damage/fracture process.

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