Research and Markets: Mechatronic Systems and Materials Is an Exciting Overview of the Field and Will Be Interest to All of Those Using, Or Planning To Use, Mechatronics

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Mechatronic Systems and Materials" report to their offering.

Series: Solid State Phenomena Vol. 165

Category: Selected, peer reviewed papers from the 5th International Conference on Mechatronic Systems and Materials MSM 2009, which was held in Vilnius, Lithuania, from 22 to 25 October 2009

Mechatronics can be defined as being the synergistic integration of mechanical engineering with electronics and intelligent computer control in the manufacture of products and design of processes. Advanced engineering materials and related technologies increasingly rely upon multifunctional materials, materials resistant to extreme conditions and hybrid and multi-materials.

The goal of this collection is to disseminate news of recent progress made in the area of mechatronic systems and materials production technologies, to discuss future development in mechatronics and materials science, to analyse issues related to engineering education in these fields and to bring together experts from various countries and institutions in order to exchange state-of-the-art know-how and research data. The result is an exciting overview of the field and will of be interest to all of those using, or planning to use, mechatronics.

Some of the Topics Covered:

  • Solar Control Glass Hasim Altan, Jitka Mohelnkov p1
  • The Mechanism of Defects Formation in Silicon Substrates Bogorosh, S. Voronov, N. Viniakov, D. cekaturoviene, Algimantas Bubulis p7
  • The Simulation Spreading Process of Steel Tubes Hollow
  • Tomasz Dyl p13
  • Effect of the Unit Pressure on the Selection Parameters of Intermetallic Coatings NiAl and Ni3Al after Plastic Working
  • Tomasz Dyl, Robert Starosta, Robert Skoblik p19
  • Assessments of Shrinkage Degree in Bioceramic Sinters HA+ZrO2
  • Agata Dudek, Cezary Kolan p25
  • Structure and Properties of Bioceramics Layers Used for Implant Coatings
  • Agata Dudek, Renata K. Wlodarczyk p31
  • Stress Corrosion Cracking of 5083 and 7020 Aluminium Alloys Jointed by Friction Stir Welding
  • Krzysztof Dudzik, Miroslaw Czechowski p37
  • Tensor Interpolation of Tribological Wear in Ionitriding of 316L Steel
  • Tadeusz Fraczek, Michal Olejnik, Marcin J. Knapinski, Grzegorz Biernat p43
  • Microstructure State and Heat Treatment Influence on Barkhausen Noise Parameters and Residual Stress Measurements
  • Tomasz Garstka p50
  • Influence of Ageing Process on Structure and Mechanical Properties of the T24 Steel
  • Grzegorz Golanski p56
  • Cyclic Fracture Analysis of Semi-Natural Cast Iron Plate with Metallurgical Defects Layer
  • Marius Gutauskas, Jonas Bacevicius, Mindaugas Kazimieras Leonavicius p61
  • Investigation of Copper Fragmentation Property
  • Jacek Janiszewski, Robert Panowicz p66
  • Effects of Vibration Energy Input on Stress Concentration in Weld and Heat-Affected Zone of S355J2 Steel
  • Aurimas Jurcius, Algirdas Vaclovas Valiulis, Olegas Cernaejus p73
  • Asymmetric Process of Plate Rolling Analysis
  • Anna M. Kawalek, Henryk S. Dyja, Marcin J. Knapinski p79
  • Analysis of the Plasticity of High-Carbon Alloy Steel in the Conditions of Hot Plastic Working
  • Marcin J. Knapinski, Marcin Kwapisz, Anna M. Kawalek p85
  • Effect of Erosive Particle Velocity on the Intensity of Polymeric Coating Wear
  • Danuta Kotnarowska p91

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Laura Wood, Senior Manager
U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907
Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716