Providing top-quality, peer-reviewed research papers on contemporary issues of Materials Engineering and Technology (MET), the International Journal of Materials Engineering and Technology covers a broad spectrum of issues regarding properties of materials and how they apply to materials use in equipment and structures. Important recent topics include: principles of the micro-macro transition; elastic behavior; plastic behavior; high-temperature creep, fatigue, and fracture; as well as metals, polymers, ceramics, intermetallics, semiconductors and their composites. Other areas of interest are: joining; mechanical behavior; environmental effects, machining; materials processing; constitutive relations; and microstructure property relationships.
The aims of this journal are to enhance the international exchange, extend the academic influence and service the economic construction. It reports principally the achievements of materials engineering & technology in the world, and publishes contributions with a proper space, putting the stress on the original papers, review articles invited by the editor, letters, research notes with novelty as well as brief of scientific achievement, covering a broad spectrum of materials engineering and technology, encompassing: metallic materials, inorganic nonmetallic materials, composite materials, organic polymer materials.
It will be comprehensive in nature and since its inception will be addressed more than 150 different topics on materials synthesis and processing, microstructure and properties ï¿½ demonstrating its commitment to the continued advancement of interdisciplinary engineering and technology research.
The IJMET is published in two volumes annually and each volume comprises of two issues appearing in January, April, July and October.
Global Impact Factor (2014): 1.012
Global Impact Factor (2013): 0.911
Global Impact Factor (2012): 0.801
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