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高温材料处理:国际期刊
影响因子: 0.058 5年影响因子: 0.257 CiteScore™: 0.520

ISSN 打印: 1093-3611
ISSN 在线: 1940-4360

Volume 21, 2017

Volume 20, 2016

Volume 19, 2015

Volume 18, 2014

Volume 17, 2013

Volume 16, 2012

Volume 15, 2011

Volume 14, 2010

Volume 13, 2009

Volume 12, 2008

Volume 11, 2007

Volume 10, 2006

Volume 9, 2005

Volume 8, 2004

Volume 7, 2003

Volume 6, 2002

Volume 5, 2001

Volume 4, 2000

Volume 3, 1999

Volume 2, 1998

Volume 1, 1997

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高温材料处理:国际期刊

Editor-in-Chief: Valiantsin M. Astashynski

Associate Editor: Nikolai N. Cherenda

目标与范围

High Temperature Material Processes is an important international publication devoted to original and invited review papers on fundamental and applied re-search and new developments in materials processing and synthesis at high temperatures, especially under the plasma action as well as the treatment by laser, ion and electron beams. Processes of interest include (but not limited to) surface treatments, alloying, coatings production, nanostructures synthesis, welding, cutting, melting, re-melting and purification of metals, metallurgy (among them plasma metallurgy), powder densification, ultra-fine powder production, waste conversion and destruction. In addition, attention is paid to the development, description and study of experimental and industrial systems and devices for the implementation of high-technology plasma and beam processes. Thus, there is a broad range of coverage of experimental, analytical and numerical studies. High Temperature Material Processes will serve the needs of those who develop high temperature processes to produce materials with improved properties, surface treatments or coatings with given specifications, and will also promote connections between laboratories and industry.

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ELECTRODE PHENOMENA IN DC ARCS AND THEIR INFLUENCE ON PLASMA TORCH DESIGN
Joachim V. Heberlein

MODIFICATION OF THE STRUCTURE AND PHASE STATE OF A FERRITE−CEMENTITE COMPOSITION BY AN ELECTRON BEAM
Yurii F. Ivanov, V. P. Rotshtein

NUMERICAL MODELING OF A DC NON-TRANSFERRED PLASMA TORCH: MOVEMENT OF THE ARC ANODE ATTACHMENT AND RESULTING ANODE EROSION
C. Baudry, Armelle Vardelle, G. Mariaux, M. Abbaoui, A. Lefort

DEPTH PROFILING OF ELEMENTAL COMPOSITION OF SPRAYED LAYERS USING LASER-INDUCED BREAKDOWN SPECTROSCOPY
E. Ershov-Pavlov, V. V. Kiris, S. Selifanov, I. P. Smyaglikov, Nikolai V. Tarasenko

TRANSIENT EVOLUTION AND SHIFTS OF SIGNALS EMITTED BY A D.C. PLASMA GUN (TYPE PTF4)
D. Rigot, Guy Delluc, Bernard Pateyron, J. F. Coudert, Pierre Fauchais, Jan Wigren

HELMHOLTZ BEHAVIOR OF A NITROGEN PLASMA ARC CHAMBER
L. Delair, X. Tu, A. Bultel, B. G. Cheron