Past Cover Pictures
Advanced Engineering Materials
2002

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AEM 12/02

Cover: The cover picture by Daniel L. Barton (Sandia National Labs., USA) shows images of a MEMS anchor taken with a light microscope. The anchor is focused on the low plane (bottom left) and on the top plane (bottom right), distance = 12 mm. The large image shows all planes in focus with the DeepView technique developed by Carl Zeiss. To learn more about DeepView read the International News section on page 899.





AEM 11/02

Cover: The cover picture shows the 3D-surface topography of a ABSE preceramic polymer test mask layout after deep X-ray lithography, using multi layer optical microscopy for the imaging. The inserts show structural details of a star shaped pattern. More details about the microstructuring of preceramic polymers can be found in the article by T. Hanemann et al. on page 869.

AEM 10/02

Cover: The cover shows a computed X-ray tomography (XCT) image of an aluminum foam (METCOMB) provided by LKR Ranshofen. Cellular metals are the topic of this special issue of Advanced Engineering Materials, which was edited by John Banhart, Mike Ashby and Norman Fleck.





AEM 9/02

Cover: The cover shows the solid-liquid interface of a Al-15wt.-%Cu microstructure with the coloring representing the mean curvature values at the interface location. Due to the development of a fully automated technique for serial-sectioning of metallic microstructures it is now possible to analyze the three-dimensional microstructure of ingots. More about this technique and the morphological evolution of dendritic microstructures can be found in the article by J. Alkemper, R. Mendoza, and P.W. Vorhees on page 694.

AEM 8/02

Cover: Cover page by Christian Eigenmann, X-Ray Laboratory, Christine Eigenmann, Felsenweg 6, 91220 Schnaittach-Hormersorf, Germany.





AEM 7/02

Cover: The cover picture shows a fibrillar silicon carbide catalyst carrier structure processed by vapor phase infiltration and deposition of lignocellulose fiber template. More about advanced engineering ceramics can be found in the Progress Report by P. Greil on page 247.

AEM 6/02

   







AEM 5/02

Cover: The cover picture shows a fibrillar silicon carbide catalyst carrier structure processed by vapor phase infiltration and deposition of lignocellulose fiber template. More about advanced engineering ceramics can be found in the Progress Report by P. Greil on page 247.

AEM 4/02

Cover: Modern finite element approaches which aim at simulating realistic metal forming operations, e.g., for automobile parts, require three sets of material input data: the strain hardening curve, a forming limit diagram, and information about the crystallographic (and morphological) anisotropy. More about integrating plastic anisotropy into metal forming simulations can be found in the review article by Dierk Raabe et al. on page 169.





AEM 3/02

Cover: The cover shows an atomic force microscoopy (AFM) tapping mode micrograph of a polished section of a squeeze-cast b-Si3N4 -Al composite. The right insert shows the fracture surface of the Si3N4 preform (40% open porosity). The fracture surface of the Al-infiltrated composite is shown in the left insert. More about squueze cast b-Si3N4 -Al composites can be found in the article by N. Claussen et al. on page 117.

AEM 1-2/02

Cover: The cover shows the microstructure of a casted superduplex stainless steel. More on the process simulation and experimental inves-tigation of casting of superduplex stainless steels can be found in the article by E. Gariboldi et al. on page 33.




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