About these proceedings
This book presents the findings of experimental and theoretical (including first-principles molecular dynamics simulation) studies of nanostructured and nanocomposite metal-based materials, and nanoscale multilayer coatings fabricated by physical or chemical vapor deposition, magnetron sputtering, electrospark alloying, ionic layer absorption, contact melting, and high-current electron beam irradiation. It also discusses novel methods of nanocomposite formation, as well as the structure of the deposited films, coatings and other nanoscale materials, their elemental and phase composition, and their physical–mechanical, tribological, magnetic and electrical properties. Lastly, it explores the influence of a various surface modification methods, such as thermal annealing, pulsed laser modification, and thermomechanical and ultrasonic treatment, as well as different properties of nanostructured films.
Nanocomposite Films Nanocomposite Coatings Chemical Vapour Deposition Magnetron Sputtering Electrospark Alloying Electron Beam Irradiation Pulsed Laser Modification Multilayer Coatings Phosphorylated Activated Carbons Optical Absorption Cuprous Iodide Films Bismuth Oxysulfide Films Cellulose-Chitosan Based Edible Films Biogenic Calcites