Material Science, Engineering and Applications

publishes articles on the latest developments in materials science and engineering

The List of Principal Topics:

  • ▸ Polymer matrix composite
  • ▸ Metal matrix composite
  • ▸ Ceramic-matrix composites
  • ▸ Nano-materials and nanotechnology
  • ▸ Smart materials/structures
  • ▸ Advanced energy materials and energy harvesting materials
  • ▸ Microstructure and mechanical properties, heat treatments, creep, fatigue, fracture, friction and wear, corrosion, coatings, material selection, etc.
  • ▸ Mathematical modeling, novel applications, and numerical simulation of advanced materials and structures
  • ▸ Methods of optimum design of materials and structures

Material Science, Engineering and Applications (MSEA) ISSN (Online) 2669-2570 is developed to publish and disseminate original research articles on the latest developments in materials science and engineering. The Journal publishes reviews and full-length papers reporting research results on, or techniques for, studying the relationship between structure, properties, and uses of materials.

Established in 2021 and published 2 times a year (semiannually).

Publication dates

Issue 1
June 30th
Issue 2
December 31st
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Raghvendra Kumar Mishra

Prof. Raghvendra Kumar Mishra

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University, India
Editor in Chief

Editorial Board
Wael A. Altabey Wael A. Altabey Alexandria University, Egypt
Yogesh K Chauhan Yogesh K Chauhan Kamla Nehru Institute of Technology, India
Avanish Kumar Dubey Avanish Kumar Dubey Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad, India
Annamalai Gnanavelbabu Annamalai Gnanavelbabu Anna University, India
Tapan Kumar Gogoi Tapan Kumar Gogoi Tezpur University, India
Sergey Gorbatyuk Sergey Gorbatyuk National University of Science and Technology MISIS, Russia
Suraj P Harsha Suraj P Harsha Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India
Sabah Khan Sabah Khan Jamia Millia Islamia University, India
Sandeep Kumar Sandeep Kumar Indian Institute of Technology, India
Mohd Kamal Mohd Shah Mohd Kamal Mohd Shah Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Malaysia
Majid Mokhtari Majid Mokhtari Thiruvalluvar University, Iran
Srikanta Routroy Srikanta Routroy Birla Institute of Technology and Science, India
Vishal Santosh Sharma Vishal Santosh Sharma University of the Witwatersrand, India
Deepal Subasinghe Deepal Subasinghe National Institute of Fundamental Studies, Sri Lanka
Srinivas Tangellapalli Srinivas Tangellapalli National Institute of Technology Jalandhar, India
Indra Narayan Yadav Indra Narayan Yadav Tribhuvan University, Nepal

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Editor's Pick

Numerical modeling of the stress-strain state of the ice beam by specified constitutive model
Numerical modeling of the stress-strain state of the ice beam by specified constitutive model

Qi Xie

Ice cantilever beam is a generic construction component in cold region, referring recent decade research, many reports demonstrated ice mechanic characteristics separately, however, in most previous numerical simulations of ice material are based on the ‘Coulomb-Mohr’ constitutive models. In this article, author also used another ‘user defined constitutive model’ (‘Exponent’ temporary name), which is governed by “nonlinear isotropic harden power law” to simulate the ice cantilever beam mechanic

Material Science, Engineering and Applications, Vol. 2, Issue 1, 2022, p. 1-8.

Comparative analysis of Al-SiC metal matrix composite and Al 7075 T651 alloy in the construction of CubeSat frame
Comparative analysis of Al-SiC metal matrix composite and Al 7075 T651 alloy in the construction of CubeSat frame

Rajarajan S

CubeSat is one of the trending technologies in the developed and developing countries across the globe. Various materials are used in the manufacturing of a CubeSat’s subsystems. Structural subsystem is an essential one for a CubeSat’s mission as it bears all the components, payload, and withstand space environment. Usually, aluminium alloys are used in the construction of outer structural frame. In this paper, Al-SiC metal matrix composite is analysed and compared with the conventional Al 7075

Material Science, Engineering and Applications, Vol. 1, Issue 2, 2021, p. 43-54.

Characterization of Al2O3 reinforced Al 6061 metal matrix composite
Characterization of Al2O3 reinforced Al 6061 metal matrix composite

Avinash Bhat, Ganesh Kakandikar, Abhijeet Deshpande, Atul Kulkarni, Dinesh Thakur

Composites are a class of materials that give the desired individual tribological and mechanical characteristics. In composite materials, more than two materials are combined to provide a unique combination of properties. This article describes the tribological and mechanical properties of Al6061 reinforced with Al2O3, found experimentally. This article describes the preparation of Al6061 composites with 5 % Al2O3 (size 50 microns) by stir casting process. The hardness of Al6061 with and without

Material Science, Engineering and Applications, Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2021, p. 11-20.

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