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Materials Science: An Indian Journal is an Open Access Journal dedicated to the promoting and sharing of materials science knowledge and experience. The Journal welcomes the following article types: Research, Review, short communications, and rapid communications, Letter to Editor, etc.

Aims and Scope

Materials Science: An Indian Journal aims to give a prominent, leading edge forum for scholarly scientists, mechanical experts, engineers, academic researchers, engineers, and industrial professionals working in the field to contribute and discuss innovative new work on Materials Science and Engineering.

Topics explored include, but are not limited to the following fields:

  • Advanced metallic materials
  • Inorganic non-metallic materials
  • Composite materials, Fluids and liquid crystals
  • Ceramics, Carbon, Glass, Metals, Nanomaterials, Polymers
  • Microelectronic materials and Materials Processing Technology
  • Environmental coordination materials, Optical materials
  • Precursor routes to materials, Self-assembled materials
  • Semiconductors, Super-conductors, Thin films, Biomaterials
  • Functionally graded materials, Magnetic materials
  • Advanced characterization methods and techniques
  • Computational materials science when coupled with experimentation
  • Catalytic materials, Chemical vapour deposition, Coatings, Clusters and colloids

Submit manuscript at http://www.tsijournals.com/editorialtracking/materials-science/ or send as an e-mail attachment to the Editorial Office materialsscience@tsijournals.com


Recently Published Papers

Effect of grain refining,mould material and pouring temperature on the microstructural characteristics ofAA6063 aluminumalloy feedstocks produced using low superheat casting

Author(s): A.Abu-El-Fadl, El-AwadyAttia, E.H.Mansour,A.M.Gaafer,T.S.Mahmoud

In the present investigation, feedstocks ofAA6063wrought aluminumalloy, with a thixotropicmicrostructure, were prepared using lowsuperheat casting (LSC). The effects of pouring temperature, ..

Original Article, Mat Sci Ind J. 2016 Vol: 14( 12)

Tearing strength of hydroentangled non-woven fabrics

Author(s): Mbwana Suleiman Ndaro, Josphat IgadwaMwasiagi, LodrickMakokhaWangatia

The manufacture of non-woven structures using the hydroentanglement technique is popular for the production of non-woven fabrics which need to have soft handle and high level of drapability...

Original Article, Mat Sci Ind J. 2016 Vol: 14( 12)

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