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									Catalogue    Catalogue Section                              ISBN          ISBN-13


Materials    Biomaterials                                   1 84569 987 4 978 1 84569 987 1




Materials    Biomaterials                                   1 84569 577 1 978 1 84569 577 4




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 769 3 978 1 84569 769 3




Food Science Quality                                        0 85709 036 4 978 0 85709 036 2




Food Science Ingredients                                    0 85709 038 0 978 0 85709 038 6




Materials    Electronic and optical materials               0 85709 118 2 978 0 85709 118 5
Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 0 85709 059 3 978 0 85709 059 1




Materials    Electronic and optical materials               0 85709 121 2 978 0 85709 121 5




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 0 85709 263 4 978 0 85709 263 2




Food Science Safety                                         0 85709 058 5 978 0 85709 058 4




Materials    Electronic and optical materials               0 85709 065 8 978 0 85709 065 2




Materials    Electronic and optical materials               0 85709 089 5 978 0 85709 089 8
Materials   Biomaterials           0 85709 233 2 978 0 85709 233 5




Materials   Biomaterials           0 85709 127 1 978 0 85709 127 7




Materials   Biomaterials           0 85709 070 4 978 0 85709 070 6




Materials   Biomaterials           1 84569 935 1 978 1 84569 935 2




Engineering Welding technologies   0 85709 423 8 978 0 85709 423 0




Materials   Biomaterials           1 84569 932 7 978 1 84569 932 1
Food Science Functional foods and nutrition                 0 85709 124 7 978 0 85709 124 6




Food Science Technology                                     1 84569 665 4 978 1 84569 665 8




Food Science Functional foods and nutrition                 0 85709 037 2 978 0 85709 037 9




Food Science Ingredients                                    0 85709 040 2 978 0 85709 040 9




Materials    Composites                                     0 85709 067 4 978 0 85709 067 6




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 0 85709 073 9 978 0 85709 073 7
Materials    Polymer composites                             1 84569 940 8 978 1 84569 940 6




Textile      Design and product development                 1 84569 939 4 978 1 84569 939 0




Textile      Yarn technologies                              0 85709 104 2 978 0 85709 104 8




Food Science Quality                                        0 85709 106 9 978 0 85709 106 2




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 0 85709 132 8 978 0 85709 132 1




Materials    Biomaterials                                   1 84569 929 7 978 1 84569 929 1




Food Science Quality                                        1 84569 801 0 978 1 84569 801 0
Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 212 X 978 0 85709 212 0




Textile      Fabric technologies                           1 84569 930 0 978 1 84569 930 7




Materials    Metals mining and processing                  0 85709 074 7 978 0 85709 074 4




Textile      Natural textile fibres                        1 84569 697 2 978 1 84569 697 9




Materials    Metals mining and processing                  0 85709 066 6 978 0 85709 066 9




Materials    Biomaterials                                  1 84569 799 5 978 1 84569 799 0
Materials    Biomaterials                                   0 85709 129 8 978 0 85709 129 1




Food Science Ingredients                                    0 85709 039 9 978 0 85709 039 3




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 728 6 978 1 84569 728 0




Materials    Electronic and optical materials               1 84569 989 0 978 1 84569 989 5




Textile      Natural textile fibres                         1 84569 698 0 978 1 84569 698 6
Food Science Meat, fish and eggs                   1 84569 751 0 978 1 84569 751 8




Textile      Clothing                              0 85709 231 6 978 0 85709 231 1




Materials    Electronic and optical materials      0 85709 232 4 978 0 85709 232 8




Materials    Electronic and optical materials      1 84569 936 X 978 1 84569 936 9




Textile      High performance/technical textiles   1 84569 699 9 978 1 84569 699 3
Textile      Fibre/fabric properties and testing           0 85709 029 1 978 0 85709 029 4




Food Science Technology                                    0 85709 085 2 978 0 85709 085 0




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 156 5 978 0 85709 156 7




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 078 X 978 0 85709 078 2




Textile      Clothing                                      0 85709 002 X 978 0 85709 002 7
Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   1 84569 996 3 978 1 84569 996 3




Textile      Clothing                                      0 85709 582 X 978 0 85709 582 4




Textile      High performance/technical textiles           0 85709 069 0 978 0 85709 069 0




Materials    Transport materials and technologies          1 84569 550 X 978 1 84569 550 7
Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 209 X 978 0 85709 209 0




Textile      Fibre/fabric properties and testing           1 84569 791 X 978 1 84569 791 4




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 206 5 978 0 85709 206 9




Food Science Safety                                        0 85709 412 2 978 0 85709 412 4
Food Science Meat, fish and eggs                           0 85709 016 X 978 0 85709 016 4




Materials    Electronic and optical materials              1 84569 988 2 978 1 84569 988 8




Materials    Adhesives                                     1 84569 452 X 978 1 84569 452 4




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   1 84569 982 3 978 1 84569 982 6




Food Science Safety                                        1 84569 725 1 978 1 84569 725 9
Engineering Civil engineering                              0 85709 026 7 978 0 85709 026 3




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   1 84569 991 2 978 1 84569 991 8




Materials    Steel                                         1 84569 971 8 978 1 84569 971 0




Materials    Steel                                         1 84569 970 X 978 1 84569 970 3
Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 210 3 978 0 85709 210 6




Food Science Technology                                    1 84569 739 1 978 1 84569 739 6




Food Science Cereal products and snack foods               0 85709 060 7 978 0 85709 060 7




Materials    Biomaterials                                  0 85709 128 X 978 0 85709 128 4




Materials    Metals mining and processing                  1 84569 968 8 978 1 84569 968 0
Food Science Technology                                    1 84569 809 6 978 1 84569 809 6




Materials   Biomaterials                                   1 84569 800 2 978 1 84569 800 3




Textile     Colouration and finishing                      0 85709 134 4 978 0 85709 134 5




Textile     Yarn technologies                              1 84569 933 5 978 1 84569 933 8




Materials   High temperature materials and power generation 0 85709 013 5 978 0 85709 013 3
Food Science Ingredients                                    1 84569 811 8 978 1 84569 811 9




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 773 1 978 1 84569 773 0




Materials    Corrosion and surface engineering              0 85709 015 1 978 0 85709 015 7




Materials    Electronic and optical materials               0 85709 511 0 978 0 85709 511 4
Materials    Biomaterials                                   1 84569 984 X 978 1 84569 984 0




Textile      Colouration and finishing                      1 84569 972 6 978 1 84569 972 7




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials    0 85709 094 1 978 0 85709 094 2




Materials    Transport materials and technologies           1 84569 561 5 978 1 84569 561 3




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 0 85709 117 4 978 0 85709 117 8
Materials   Biomaterials                                   1 84569 986 6 978 1 84569 986 4




Materials   Corrosion and surface engineering              0 85709 151 4 978 0 85709 151 2




Materials   High temperature materials and power generation 0 85709 115 8 978 0 85709 115 4




Materials   Transport materials and technologies           1 85573 946 1 978 1 85573 946 8
Materials   Biomaterials                                   1 84569 568 2 978 1 84569 568 2




Materials   High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 765 0 978 1 84569 765 5




Materials   High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 774 X 978 1 84569 774 7




Materials   Corrosion and surface engineering              1 84569 949 1 978 1 84569 949 9




Materials   Composites                                     1 84569 750 2 978 1 84569 750 1
Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 973 4 978 1 84569 973 4




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 0 85709 536 6 978 0 85709 536 7




Materials    Metals mining and processing                   0 85709 061 5 978 0 85709 061 4




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 677 8 978 1 84569 677 1




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials    0 85709 150 6 978 0 85709 150 5
Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 0 85709 012 7 978 0 85709 012 6




Engineering Civil engineering                               0 85709 028 3 978 0 85709 028 7




Engineering Welding technologies                            1 84569 532 1 978 1 84569 532 3




Materials    Composites                                     0 85709 030 5 978 0 85709 030 0




Food Science Beverages                                      0 85709 051 8 978 0 85709 051 5
Textile      Design and product development                1 84569 538 0 978 1 84569 538 5




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 093 3 978 0 85709 093 5




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 205 7 978 0 85709 205 2


Food Science Technology                                    1 84569 664 6 978 1 84569 664 1




Engineering Welding technologies                           0 85709 510 2 978 0 85709 510 7




Textile      Clothing                                      0 85709 107 7 978 0 85709 107 9


Textile      Fabric technologies                           0 85709 581 1 978 0 85709 581 7
Textile      Fabric technologies                           0 85709 108 5 978 0 85709 108 6




Food Science Safety                                        1 84569 564 X 978 1 84569 564 4




Textile      Colouration and finishing                     1 84569 695 6 978 1 84569 695 5




Textile      Colouration and finishing                     1 84569 696 4 978 1 84569 696 2




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   1 84569 756 1 978 1 84569 756 3




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 213 8 978 0 85709 213 7
Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 099 2 978 0 85709 099 7




Materials    Composites                                    1 84569 990 4 978 1 84569 990 1




Materials    Corrosion and surface engineering             1 84569 966 1 978 1 84569 966 6




Materials    Electronic and optical materials              1 84569 934 3 978 1 84569 934 5
Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 054 2 978 0 85709 054 6




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   1 84569 992 0 978 1 84569 992 5




Materials    Composites                                    1 84569 965 3 978 1 84569 965 9




Food Science Cereal products and snack foods               1 84569 770 7 978 1 84569 770 9
Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 726 X 978 1 84569 726 6




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 727 8 978 1 84569 727 3




Engineering Fatigue, fracture and failure                   1 84569 673 5 978 1 84569 673 3




Food Science Fruit and vegetables                           1 84569 733 2 978 1 84569 733 4
Food Science Fruit and vegetables




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 077 1 978 0 85709 077 5




Engineering Civil engineering                              0 85709 048 8 978 0 85709 048 5




Materials    Corrosion and surface engineering             1 84569 812 6 978 1 84569 812 6




Textile      Yarn technologies                             1 84569 757 X 978 1 84569 757 0




Food Science Ingredients                                   1 84569 758 8 978 1 84569 758 7
Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials    0 85709 208 1 978 0 85709 208 3




Materials    Electronic and optical materials               1 84569 937 8 978 1 84569 937 6




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 969 6 978 1 84569 969 7




Food Science Meat, fish and eggs                            0 85709 072 0 978 0 85709 072 0
Food Science Meat, fish and eggs                1 84569 754 5 978 1 84569 754 9




Textile      Intelligent and medical textiles   1 84569 691 3 978 1 84569 691 7




Food Science Functional foods and nutrition     0 85709 004 6 978 0 85709 004 1




Textile      Intelligent and medical textiles   1 84569 636 0 978 1 84569 636 8




Materials    Metals mining and processing       1 84569 704 9 978 1 84569 704 4
Materials    Biomaterials                       1 84569 768 5 978 1 84569 768 6




Materials    Electronic and optical materials   1 84569 736 7 978 1 84569 736 5




Materials    Polymers and biopolymers           1 84569 675 1 978 1 84569 675 7




Materials    Polymer composites                 0 85709 221 9 978 0 85709 221 2




Food Science Meat, fish and eggs                1 84569 466 X 978 1 84569 466 1
Food Science Functional foods and nutrition                1 84569 752 9 978 1 84569 752 5




Textile      Fabric technologies                           1 84569 729 4 978 1 84569 729 7




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 053 4 978 0 85709 053 9




Food Science Fruit and vegetables                          1 84569 735 9 978 1 84569 735 8
Food Science Fruit and vegetables                      0 85709 090 9 978 0 85709 090 4




Textile      Environmental technology and management   0 85709 136 0 978 0 85709 136 9




Food Science Fruit and vegetables                      1 84569 734 0 978 1 84569 734 1




Food Science Cereal products and snack foods           1 84569 485 6 978 1 84569 485 2




Materials    Metals mining and processing              1 84569 753 7 978 1 84569 753 2




Materials    Biomaterials                              1 84569 741 3 978 1 84569 741 9
Materials    Biomaterials                           1 84569 700 6 978 1 84569 700 6




Textile      Intelligent and medical textiles       1 84569 723 5 978 1 84569 723 5




Mathematics Statistics                              0 85709 109 3 978 0 85709 109 3




Materials    Metals mining and processing           0 85709 100 X 978 0 85709 100 0




Materials    Transport materials and technologies   1 84569 715 4 978 1 84569 715 0
Engineering Fatigue, fracture and failure       1 84569 662 X 978 1 84569 662 7




Materials    Electronic and optical materials   1 84569 576 3 978 1 84569 576 7




Materials    Biomaterials                       1 84569 624 7 978 1 84569 624 5




Engineering Civil engineering                   1 84569 955 6 978 1 84569 955 0




Engineering Civil engineering                   0 85709 257 X 978 0 85709 257 1




Materials    Polymers and biopolymers           1 84569 738 3 978 1 84569 738 9
Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials    0 85709 172 7 978 0 85709 172 7




Engineering Marine engineering and underwater welding       0 85709 248 0 978 0 85709 248 9




Materials    Metals mining and processing                   1 84569 707 3 978 1 84569 707 5




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 795 2 978 1 84569 795 2
Food Science Functional foods and nutrition        1 84569 690 5 978 1 84569 690 0




Engineering Fatigue, fracture and failure          1 84569 513 5 978 1 84569 513 2




Food Science Functional foods and nutrition        1 84569 740 5 978 1 84569 740 2




Textile      High performance/technical textiles   1 84569 558 5 978 1 84569 558 3




Materials    Composites                            1 84569 762 6 978 1 84569 762 4
Textile      Design and product development     1 84569 646 8 978 1 84569 646 7




Textile      Yarn technologies                  0 85709 006 2 978 0 85709 006 5




Food Science Beverages                          0 85709 009 7 978 0 85709 009 6




Food Science Quality                            1 84569 701 4 978 1 84569 701 3




Materials    Electronic and optical materials   1 84569 578 X 978 1 84569 578 1




Materials    Composites                         1 84569 761 8 978 1 84569 761 7
Materials    Biomaterials                        1 84569 589 5 978 1 84569 589 7




Materials    Corrosion and surface engineering   1 84569 708 1 978 1 84569 708 2




Materials    Metals mining and processing        1 84569 670 0 978 1 84569 670 2




Food Science Safety                              0 85709 068 2 978 0 85709 068 3
Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 501 1 978 1 84569 501 9




Engineering Computing and electrical engineering            0 85709 225 1 978 0 85709 225 0




Textile      Fabric technologies                            1 84569 372 8 978 1 84569 372 5




Materials    Electronic and optical materials               1 84569 689 1 978 1 84569 689 4




Materials    High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 671 9 978 1 84569 671 9
Materials    Composites                                    1 84569 742 1 978 1 84569 742 6




Materials    Biomaterials                                  1 84569 590 9 978 1 84569 590 3




Food Science Food consumers and product development        1 84569 431 7 978 1 84569 431 9




Food Science Safety                                        1 84569 674 3 978 1 84569 674 0




Engineering Mechanical engineering and general materials   0 85709 114 X 978 0 85709 114 7
Materials   Biomaterials                                   1 84569 588 7 978 1 84569 588 0




Materials   High temperature materials and power generation 1 84569 626 3 978 1 84569 626 9




Textile     Clothing                                       1 84569 539 9 978 1 84569 539 2




Materials   Corrosion and surface engineering              1 84569 658 1 978 1 84569 658 0




Materials   Corrosion and surface engineering              1 84569 808 8 978 1 84569 808 9
Title


Implantable sensor systems for medical applications




Joining and assembly of medical materials and devices




Concentrating solar power (CSP) technology




Computer vision technologies in the food and beverage industries




Fibre-rich and wholegrain foods




MEMS for automotive and aerospace applications
Functional materials for energy applications




Semiconductor lasers




Biolubricants




Chemical contaminants and residues in foods




Applications of ATILA FEM software to smart materials




Waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) handbook
Nanomedicine




Biomedical imaging




Biocompatibility and performance of medical devices




Biosensors for medical applications




Advances in brazing




Sterilisation of biomaterials
Encapsulation technologies and delivery systems for food ingredients and
nutraceuticals




Packaging technology




Diet, immunity and inflammation




Handbook of herbs and spices




Manufacturing polymer matrix composites




Nuclear fuel cycle science and engineering
Advances in polymer nanocomposites




The global textile and clothing industry




Mechanics of textile machinery




Fundamentals in food chemistry




Radionuclide behaviour in the natural environment




Durability and reliability of medical polymers




Robotics and automation in the food industry
Engineering systems acquisition and support




Woven textiles




Microstructure evolution in metal forming processes




Handbook of natural fibres




Handbook of metal injection molding




Biomaterials in plastic surgery
MEMS for biomedical applications




Handbook of herbs and spices




Modern gas turbine systems




Ultrasonic transducers




Handbook of natural fibres
Advances in meat, poultry and seafood packaging




Pattern cutting for clothing using CAD




Quantum optics with semiconductor nanostructures




Laser growth and processing of photonic devices




Advances in military textiles and personal equipment
Simulation in textile technology




Microbial decontamination in the food industry




Dynamics of tethered satellite systems




Modelling and simulation of integrated systems in engineering




Statistics for textile and apparel management
Spacecraft thermal control




Strategic management in the garment industry




Functional nanofibres and their applications




Innovation in aeronautics
10th International Conference on Turbochargers and Turbocharging




Theory of structure and mechanics of fibrous assemblies




Defect structure in nanomaterials




Case studies in food safety and authenticity
Infectious disease in aquaculture




Printed films




Adhesives in marine engineering




Leveraging information technology for optimal aircraft maintenance, repair and
overhaul (MRO)




Animal feed contamination
Modern earth buildings




Advances in science and technology of Mn+1AXn phases




Phase transformations in steel




Phase transformations in steel
Fuel Systems for IC Engines




Nanotechnology in the food, beverage and nutraceutical industries




Breadmaking




Wear of orthopaedic implants and artificial joints




Advances in wrought magnesium alloys
Emerging food packaging technologies




Minimized cardiopulmonary bypass techniques and technologies




Industrial cutting of textile materials




False twist textured yarns




Combined cycle systems for near-zero emission power generation
Natural food additives, ingredients and flavourings




Polymer electrolyte membrane and direct methanol fuel cell technology




Laser surface modification of alloys for erosion and corrosion resistance




Introduction to the physics of nanoelectronics
Progenitor and stem cell technologies and therapies




Colour design




Rubber-pad forming processes




Advanced materials in automotive engineering




Advances in biodiesel production
Biomaterials for spinal surgery




Materials and surface engineering




Nuclear decommissioning




Introduction to aerospace materials
Coatings for biomedical applications




Nuclear corrosion science and engineering




Polymer electrolyte membrane and direct methanol fuel cell technology




Corrosion protection and control using nanomaterials




Failure mechanisms in polymer matrix composites
Infrastructure and methodologies for the justification of nuclear power programmes




Gaseous hydrogen embrittlement of materials in energy technologies




Metalworking fluids (MWFs) for cutting and grinding




Gaseous hydrogen embrittlement of materials in energy technologies




Mechatronics and manufacturing engineering
High temperature superconductors (HTS) for energy applications




Understanding the rheology of concrete




Welding and joining of aerospace materials




Machining technology for composite materials




Alcoholic beverages
New product development in textiles




Advanced engineering design




Internal Combustion Engines


Extrusion problems solved




Welding processes handbook




Industrial engineering in apparel production


Training and development of technical staff in the textile industry
Fundamentals and advances in knitting technology




Hygienic design of food factories




Handbook of textile and industrial dyeing




Handbook of textile and industrial dyeing




A quick guide to API 653 certified storage tank inspector syllabus




Innovations in Fuel Economy and Sustainable Road Transport
Modern machining technology




Composite joints and connections




Tribocorrosion of passive metals and coatings




In situ characterization of thin film growth
Orbital mechanics and formation flying




Aerodynamic measurements




Composite reinforcements for optimum performance




Manley’s technology of biscuits, crackers and cookies
Power plant life management and performance improvement




Advances in clean hydrocarbon fuel processing




Stress corrosion cracking




Postharvest biology and technology of tropical and subtropical fruits
Postharvest biology and technology of tropical and subtropical fruits




Electrical motor products




Polymer modified bitumen




Nanocoatings and ultra-thin films




Specialist yarn and fabric structures




Handbook of food proteins
7th International Conference on Compressors and their Systems 2011




Electromigration in thin films and electronic devices




Advanced membrane science and technology for sustainable energy and
environmental applications




Improving the safety and quality of eggs and egg products
Improving the safety and quality of eggs and egg products




Handbook of medical textiles




Public health nutrition in developing countries




Textiles for hygiene and infection control




Tailor welded blanks for advanced manufacturing
Bioactive glasses




Thin film growth




Biaxial stretching of film




Polymer matrix composites and technology




Processed meats
Lifetime nutritional influences on cognition, behaviour and psychiatric illness




Computer technology for textiles and apparel




Collaborative product assembly design and assembly planning




Postharvest biology and technology of tropical and subtropical fruits
Postharvest biology and technology of tropical and subtropical fruits




Handbook of sustainable textile production




Postharvest biology and technology of tropical and subtropical fruits




Rice quality




Superplastic forming of advanced metallic materials




Electrospinning for tissue regeneration
Advanced wound repair therapies




Functional textiles for improved performance, protection and health




Statistical data analysis




Superplasticity and grain boundaries in ultrafine-grained materials




Diesel engine system design
Minimization of welding distortion and buckling




Advanced adhesives in electronics




Bioactive materials in medicine




Building materials in civil engineering




Building decorative materials




Multifunctional and nanoreinforced polymers for food packaging
Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference and Exhibition (VTMS10)




Pressure vessels




Shape memory and superelastic alloys




Small and micro combined heat and power (CHP) systems
Functional foods




Fracture and fatigue of welded joints and structures




Reducing saturated fats in foods




Fibrous and composite materials for civil engineering applications




Non-crimp fabric composites
Textile design




A practical guide to quality management in spinning




Recent trends in soft beverages




Food and beverage stability and shelf life




High-temperature superconductors




Polymer-carbon nanotube composites
Preprosthetic and maxillofacial surgery




Corrosion of magnesium alloys




Nanostructured metals and alloys




Food chain integrity
Advanced separation techniques for nuclear fuel reprocessing and radioactive waste
treatment




Practical scientific computing




Advances in knitting technology




Silicon-germanium (SiGe) nanostructures




Oxy-fuel combustion for power generation and carbon dioxide (CO2) capture
Interface engineering of natural fibre composites for maximum performance




Biomedical hydrogels




Developing children’s food products




Determining mycotoxins and mycotoxigenic fungi in food and feed




Tribology for engineers
Injectable biomaterials




Handbook of advanced radioactive waste conditioning technologies




Improving comfort in clothing




Thermal barrier coatings




Electroless copper and nickel-phosphorus plating
Subtitle            Volume




Improving quality
Fundamentals and applications




Science and technology




Case studies in designing devices
Technologies and applications




Applications and advances




Science, technology and applications
Fundamentals, materials and processes




                                        Volume 2




Moulding and processing techniques
Types and applications




Technological advances and future challenges




Science, implications and lessons for the nuclear industry




Current and future technologies
Principles, technologies and applications




Modelling and applications




Types, properties and factors affecting breeding and cultivation   Volume 1




Breast implants
                                                                       Volume 1




High efficiency, low emission, fuel flexible power generation




Materials and design for sensors, actuators and medical applications




Processing and applications                                            Volume 2
How to use Lectra Modaris pattern cutting software
Theory and applications




Novel methods and applications




Issues of methodology, quality, testing and applications
Lessons from real-life situations
Prevention and control




Materials science and applications in sensors, electronics and photonics




Effects on livestock and food safety
Materials, engineering, constructions and applications




Diffusionless transformations, high strength steels, modelling and advanced analytical   Volume 2
techniques




Fundamentals and diffusion controlled transformations                                    Volume 1
Improving quality




Properties, processing and applications
Principles and practice




Principles, processing and applications
Fundamentals and performance of low temperature fuel cells   Volume 1
Theories and application




Technology and applications




Processes and technologies
Research and development




Planning, execution and international experience
In situ characterization techniques for low temperature fuel cells   Volume 2




Criteria, testing and industrial applications
Mechanisms, modelling and future developments                               Volume 2




Fundamentals and recent advances




The problem, its characterisation and effects on particular alloy classes   Volume 1




Research and development
Principles and practice




Sensory evaluation and consumer research
Innovation and production




An integrated approach




Improving performance, fuel economy and emissions


Food, pet food and feed
Principles, processes and types of dyes   Volume 1




Applications of dyes                      Volume 2




Example questions and worked answers
A practical guide




Principles, modelling and testing
A digital control perspective




From physical principles to turnkey instrumentation
Science and technology




Theory and practice




Fundamental issues       Volume 1
International energy-efficiency standards and testing methods




Properties and characterisation




Technologies and applications




Developments and applications
Materials and reliability




Egg safety and nutritional quality   Volume 2
Egg chemistry, production and consumption   Volume 1




(Two volume set)
Materials, properties and applications




Physics, materials science and applications




Principles and applications




Improving safety, nutrition and quality
Methodologies and applications




Cocona to mango                  Volume 3
Mangosteen to white sapote                Volume 4




Açai to citrus                            Volume 2




A guide to rice properties and analysis




Methods and applications
A practical guide
Modelling and implementation




Materials, properties and applications




Design and applications
External pressure technology




Applications and technologies




Advanced design, performance, materials and applications
Concept to product




Manufacturing, properties and applications
Principles, advances and applications




Preparation, properties and applications
Biomaterials, bone grafting and tissue engineering




Processing, microstructure, mechanical properties and applications




A holistic approach to food traceability, safety, quality and authenticity
Production, properties and applications in electronics
Biochemistry, manufacture and medical applications




A practical guide
Science and applications




Processing, characterisation and modelling
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A          Inmann              hardback 504       10/31/2012 Q4 2012     150.00    255.00    180.00




YN         Zhou                hardback 510       10/31/2012 Q4 2012     150.00    255.00    180.00




K          Lovegrove           hardback 600       10/31/2012 Q4 2012     160.00    270.00    190.00




D-W        Sun                 hardback 510       10/31/2012 Q4 2012     150.00    255.00    180.00




J          Delcour             hardback 750       10/31/2012 Q4 2012     170.00    290.00    205.00




M          Kraft               hardback 390       10/31/2012 Q4 2012     140.00    240.00    170.00
J     Kilner     hardback 660   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   165.00   280.00   200.00




A     Baranov    hardback 510   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   155.00   265.00   185.00




JCJ   Bart       hardback 450   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   145.00   245.00   175.00




D     Schrenk    hardback 690   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   165.00   280.00   200.00




K     Uchino     hardback 450   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   155.00   265.00   185.00




V     Goodship   hardback 900   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   200.00   400.00   280.00
T     Webster    hardback 688   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   165.00   280.00   200.00




P     Morris     hardback 448   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   145.00   245.00   175.00




J-P   Boutrand   hardback 510   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   150.00   255.00   180.00




S     Higson     hardback 568   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   155.00   265.00   185.00




DP    Sekulic    hardback 570   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   155.00   265.00   185.00




S     Le Rouge   hardback 390   10/31/2012 Q4 2012   135.00   230.00   160.00
N    Garti       hardback 810   10/30/2012 Q4 2012   180.00   305.00   215.00




A    Emblem      hardback 500   9/30/2012 Q3 2012    150.00   255.00   180.00




PC   Calder      hardback 960   9/30/2012 Q3 2012    225.00   385.00   270.00




KV   Peter       hardback 540   9/30/2012 Q3 2012    160.00   270.00   190.00




S    Advani      hardback 450   9/30/2012 Q3 2012    150.00   245.00   175.00




I    Crossland   hardback 630   9/30/2012 Q3 2012    160.00   270.00   190.00
F    Gao           hardback 448   9/30/2012 Q3 2012   145.00   245.00   175.00




R    Shishoo       hardback 270   9/30/2012 Q3 2012   120.00   205.00   145.00




N    Gokarneshan   hardback 210   9/30/2012 Q3 2012   95.00    160.00   115.00




B    Mann          hardback 300   9/30/2012 Q3 2012   105.00   180.00   125.00




Ch   Poinssot      hardback 510   9/30/2012 Q3 2012   155.00   265.00   185.00




M    Jenkins       hardback 300   9/30/2012 Q3 2012   130.00   220.00   155.00




D    Caldwell      hardback 630   9/30/2012 Q3 2012   160.00   270.00   190.00
JPT   Mo          hardback 200   9/30/2012 Q3 2012   120.00   205.00   145.00




K     Gandhi      hardback 320   8/31/2012 Q3 2012   140.00   240.00   170.00




J     Lin         hardback 448   8/31/2012 Q3 2012   155.00   265.00   185.00




R     Kozlowski   hardback 390   8/31/2012 Q3 2012   135.00   230.00   160.00




D     Heaney      hardback 600   8/31/2012 Q3 2012   165.00   280.00   200.00




W     Peters      hardback 270   8/31/2012 Q3 2012   115.00   195.00   140.00
S    Bhansali    hardback 624   8/31/2012 Q3 2012   170.00   290.00   205.00




KV   Peter       hardback 560   8/31/2012 Q3 2012   160.00   270.00   190.00




P    Jansohn     hardback 640   8/31/2012 Q3 2012   160.00   270.00   190.00




K    Nakamura    hardback 630   8/31/2012 Q3 2012   170.00   300.00   210.00




R    Kozlowski   hardback 448   8/30/2012 Q3 2012   145.00   245.00   175.00
JP   Kerry    hardback 690    7/31/2012 2012   165.00   280.00   200.00




M    Stott    paperback 150   7/31/2012 2012   50.00    85.00    60.00




F    Jahnke   hardback 510    7/31/2012 2012   155.00   265.00   185.00




N    Vainos   hardback 450    7/31/2012 2012   150.00   255.00   180.00




E    Sparks   hardback 390    7/31/2012 2012   140.00   240.00   170.00
D    Veit           hardback 250   7/31/2012 2012      125.00   215.00   150.00




A    Demirci        hardback 750   6/30/2012 2012      180.00   305.00   215.00




VS   Aslanov        hardback 350   6/30/2012 2012      115.00   195.00   140.00




D    Murray-Smith   hardback 228   6/30/2012 2012      115.00   195.00   140.00




J    Hayavadana     hardback 360   6/30/2012 Q2 2012   105.00   180.00   125.00
J   Meseguer   hardback 200   6/30/2012 2012      115.00   195.00   140.00




G   Colovic    hardback 240   6/30/2012 Q2 2012   90.00    155.00   110.00




Q   Wei        hardback 400   6/30/2012 2012      150.00   255.00   180.00




T   Young      hardback 400   6/30/2012 2012      145.00   245.00   175.00
              paperback 380   6/30/2012 Q2 2012   315.00   535.00   380.00




B   Necká?    hardback 310    6/30/2012 Q2 2012   105.00   180.00   125.00




J   Gubicza   hardback 348    6/30/2012 2012      115.00   195.00   140.00




J   Hoorfar   hardback 352    5/31/2012 2012      140.00   240.00   170.00
B   Austin          hardback 544   5/31/2012 2012   155.00   265.00   185.00




M   Prudenziati     hardback 592   5/31/2012 2012   170.00   290.00   205.00




J   Weitzenböck     hardback 224   5/31/2012 2012   120.00   205.00   145.00




A   Sahay           hardback 200   5/31/2012 2012   115.00   195.00   140.00




J   Fink-Gremmels   hardback 664   5/31/2012 2012   160.00   270.00   190.00
M    Hall       hardback 672   5/30/2012 2012   165.00   280.00   200.00




IM   Low        hardback 350   5/30/2012 2012   145.00   245.00   175.00




E    Pereloma   hardback 680   5/30/2012 2012   180.00   305.00   215.00




E    Pereloma   hardback 640   5/30/2012 2012   165.00   280.00   200.00
               paperback 300   4/30/2012 2012   315.00   535.00   380.00




Q   Huang      hardback 496    4/30/2012 2012   150.00   255.00   180.00




S   Cauvain    hardback 832    4/30/2012 2012   225.00   385.00   270.00




S   Affatato   hardback 432    4/30/2012 2012   145.00   245.00   175.00




C   Bettles    hardback 464    4/30/2012 2012   150.00   255.00   180.00
KL   Yam               hardback 480   4/30/2012 2012   155.00   265.00   185.00




T    Gourlay           hardback 256   4/30/2012 2012   120.00   205.00   145.00




I    Vi?umsone-Nemes   hardback 272   4/30/2012 2012   115.00   195.00   140.00




C    Atkinson          hardback 208   4/30/2012 2012   120.00   205.00   145.00




A    Rao               hardback 352   4/30/2012 2012   140.00   240.00   170.00
D    Baines    hardback 512   4/30/2012 2012   150.00   255.00   180.00




C    Hartnig   hardback 436   3/31/2012 2012   135.00   230.00   160.00




CT   Kwok      hardback 408   3/31/2012 2012   150.00   255.00   180.00




SG   Tan       hardback 312   3/31/2012 2012   140.00   240.00   170.00
A   Atala      hardback 536   3/31/2012 2012   165.00   280.00   200.00




J   Best       hardback 672   3/31/2012 2012   175.00   300.00   210.00




M   Ramezani   hardback 200   3/31/2012 2012   125.00   210.00   150.00




J   Rowe       hardback 352   3/31/2012 2012   140.00   240.00   170.00




R   Luque      hardback 272   3/31/2012 2012   125.00   210.00   150.00
L          Ambrosio   hardback 640    3/31/2012 2012   170.00   290.00   205.00




J. Paulo   Davim      hardback 308    2/29/2012 2012   145.00   245.00   175.00




M          Laraia     hardback 848    2/29/2012 2012   180.00   305.00   215.00




A          Mouritz    paperback 640   2/29/2012 2012   45.00    75.00    55.00
M    Driver     hardback 376    2/29/2012 2012   140.00   240.00   170.00




D    Féron      hardback 1064   2/29/2012 2012   225.00   385.00   270.00




C    Hartnig    hardback 520    2/29/2012 2012   165.00   280.00   200.00




VS   Saji       hardback 424    2/28/2012 2012   150.00   255.00   180.00




P    Robinson   hardback 464    1/31/2012 2012   155.00   265.00   185.00
A    Alonso     hardback 1024   1/31/2012 2012   235.00   400.00   280.00




RP   Gangloff   hardback 520    1/31/2012 2012   160.00   270.00   190.00




VP   Astakhov   hardback 424    1/31/2012 2012   150.00   255.00   180.00




RP   Gangloff   hardback 864    1/16/2012 2012   195.00   330.00   235.00




JP   Davim      hardback 388    1/10/2012 2012   145.00   245.00   175.00
Z    Melhem       hardback 432   12/21/2011 2011   150.00   255.00   180.00




N    Roussel      hardback 384   12/20/2011 2011   140.00   240.00   170.00




MC   Chaturvedi   hardback 448   12/19/2011 2011   155.00   265.00   185.00




H    Hocheng      hardback 488   11/28/2011 2011   155.00   265.00   185.00




J    Piggott      hardback 520   11/24/2011 2011   155.00   265.00   185.00
L    Horne          hardback 224    11/24/2011 2011   125.00   210.00   150.00




EM   Benavides      hardback 282    11/24/2011 2011   130.00   220.00   155.00




                    paperback 288   11/10/2011 2011   175.00   300.00   210.00


MN   Riaz           hardback 184    11/9/2011 2011    125.00   210.00   150.00




K    Weman          paperback 280   11/8/2011 2011    69.00    115.00   85.00




V    Ramesh Babu    hardback 200    11/1/2011 2011    95.00    160.00   115.00


B    Purushothama   hardback 270    11/1/2011 2011    95.00    160.00   115.00
SC   Ray        hardback 368    11/1/2011 2011    105.00   180.00   125.00




J    Holah      hardback 824    10/26/2011 2011   195.00   330.00   235.00




M    Clark      hardback 680    10/25/2011 2011   175.00   300.00   210.00




M    Clark      hardback 336    10/25/2011 2011   135.00   230.00   160.00




C    Matthews   paperback 352   10/25/2011 2011   40.00    70.00    50.00




                paperback 240   10/19/2011 2011   195.00   330.00   235.00
JP   Davim     hardback 412   10/18/2011 2011   135.00   230.00   160.00




P    Camanho   hardback 544   10/12/2011 2011   165.00   280.00   200.00




D    Landolt   hardback 584   10/12/2011 2011   165.00   280.00   200.00




G    Koster    hardback 296   10/5/2011 2011    130.00   220.00   155.00
PA   Capó-Lugo   hardback 438   10/4/2011 2011   145.00   245.00   175.00




GP   Russo       hardback 282   10/4/2011 2011   125.00   210.00   150.00




P    Boisse      hardback 704   9/28/2011 2011   175.00   300.00   210.00




D    Manley      hardback 632   9/28/2011 2011   175.00   300.00   210.00
JE   Oakey   hardback 704   9/28/2011 2011   175.00   300.00   210.00




MR   Khan    hardback 584   9/23/2011 2011   165.00   280.00   200.00




VS   Raja    hardback 816   9/22/2011 2011   190.00   325.00   230.00




E    Yahia   hardback 584   9/19/2011 2011   165.00   280.00   200.00
E     Yahia                       9/19/2011 2011             690 pages,980.00 690 690.00 Vol 4: 690 pages)
                 hardback 4 Volumes (Vol 1: 390 pages, Vol 2:575.00     Vol 3:    pages,




J     Yu         hardback 192        9/16/2011 2011          115.00     195.00    140.00




T     McNally    hardback 424        9/15/2011 2011          150.00     255.00    180.00




ASH   Makhlouf   hardback 448        9/14/2011 2011          150.00     255.00    180.00




RH    Gong       hardback 384        9/14/2011 2011          145.00     245.00    175.00




GO    Phillips   hardback 464        9/9/2011    2011        155.00     265.00    185.00
                      paperback 504   9/2/2011   2011   315.00   535.00   380.00




C-U   Kim             hardback 352    8/28/2011 2011    140.00   240.00   170.00




A     Basile          hardback 848    8/24/2011 2011    195.00   330.00   235.00




F     Van Immerseel   hardback 448    8/19/2011 2011    155.00   265.00   185.00
Y    Nys        hardback 632        8/19/2011 2011          160.00     270.00    190.00




V    Bartels    hardback 608        8/19/2011 2011          175.00     300.00    210.00




S    Vir                         8/5/2011 2011               195.00
                hardback 2 volumes (vol 1: 646 pages, vol 2: 678 pages) 330.00   235.00




BJ   McCarthy   hardback 240        7/26/2011 2011          130.00     220.00    155.00




B    Kinsey     hardback 240        7/26/2011 2011          125.00     210.00    150.00
HO   Ylänen    hardback 288   7/26/2011 2011   125.00   210.00   150.00




Z    Cao       hardback 432   7/18/2011 2011   145.00   245.00   175.00




MT   DeMeuse   hardback 288   7/18/2011 2011   135.00   230.00   160.00




R    Wang      hardback 568   7/14/2011 2011   165.00   280.00   200.00




JP   Kerry     hardback 752   7/14/2011 2011   180.00   305.00   215.00
D   Benton   hardback 592   7/14/2011 2011   160.00   270.00   190.00




J   Hu       hardback 392   7/14/2011 2011   145.00   245.00   175.00




C   Lu       hardback 220   7/12/2011 2011   115.00   195.00   140.00




E   Yahia    hardback 624   6/30/2011 2011   165.00   280.00   200.00
E    Yahia          hardback 568   6/30/2011 2011   165.00   280.00   200.00




MI   Tobler-Rohr    hardback 520   6/27/2011 2011   155.00   265.00   185.00




E    Yahia          hardback 584   6/27/2011 2011   165.00   280.00   200.00




KR   Bhattacharya   hardback 608   6/27/2011 2011   160.00   270.00   190.00




G    Giuliano       hardback 384   6/27/2011 2011   135.00   230.00   160.00




L    Bosworth       hardback 424   6/21/2011 2011   135.00   230.00   160.00
D    Farrar     hardback 672     6/21/2011 2011    165.00   280.00   200.00




N    Pan        hardback 552     6/21/2011 2011    155.00   265.00   185.00




M    Meloun                800
                hardback + CD-ROM 5/31/2011 2011   155.00   265.00   185.00




AL   Zhilyaev   hardback 328     5/31/2011 2011    135.00   230.00   160.00




Q    Xin        hardback 1088    5/26/2011 2011    225.00   380.00   270.00
P    Michaleris   hardback 316   5/25/2011 2011    130.00   220.00   155.00




MO   Alam         hardback 280   5/25/2011 2011    125.00   210.00   150.00




X    Zhao         hardback 288   5/25/2011 2011    125.00   210.00   150.00




H    Zhang        hardback 440   5/9/2011   2011   145.00   245.00   175.00




Y    Li           hardback 420   5/9/2011   2011   145.00   245.00   175.00




JM   Lagarón      hardback 736   5/9/2011   2011   175.00   300.00   210.00
                 paperback 676   5/5/2011   2011   350.00   595.00   420.00




CTF   Ross       hardback 488    4/30/2011 2011    150.00   255.00   180.00




K     Yamauchi   hardback 232    4/30/2011 2011    125.00   210.00   150.00




R     Beith      hardback 560    4/30/2011 2011    160.00   270.00   190.00
M    Saarela     hardback 672   4/30/2011 2011   165.00   280.00   200.00




K    Macdonald   hardback 360   4/19/2011 2011   135.00   230.00   160.00




G    Talbot      hardback 416   4/19/2011 2011   145.00   245.00   175.00




R    Fangueiro   hardback 400   4/19/2011 2011   145.00   245.00   175.00




SV   Lomov       hardback 552   4/19/2011 2011   155.00   265.00   185.00
A     Briggs-Goode   hardback 424   4/15/2011 2011    145.00   245.00   175.00




B     Purushothama   hardback 254   4/12/2011 2011    95.00    160.00   115.00




LJM   Rao            hardback 276   4/12/2011 2011    95.00    160.00   115.00




D     Kilcast        hardback 864   4/8/2011   2011   190.00   325.00   230.00




XG    Qiu            hardback 452   3/28/2011 2011    145.00   245.00   175.00




T     McNally        hardback 848   3/28/2011 2011    180.00   305.00   215.00
J    Ferri     hardback 400   3/28/2011 2011   140.00   240.00   170.00




GL   Song      hardback 656   3/25/2011 2011   160.00   270.00   190.00




SH   Whang     hardback 840   3/22/2011 2011   180.00   305.00   215.00




J    Hoorfar   hardback 384   3/15/2011 2011   135.00   230.00   160.00
KL   Nash       hardback 512    3/15/2011 2011   150.00   255.00   180.00




A    Muhammad   paperback 208   2/26/2011 2011   55.00    95.00    65.00




KF   Au         hardback 346    2/26/2011 2011   135.00   230.00   160.00




Y    Shiraki    hardback 656    2/26/2011 2011   165.00   280.00   200.00




L    Zheng      hardback 400    2/26/2011 2011   145.00   245.00   175.00
NE   Zafeiropoulos   hardback 416   2/26/2011 2011    145.00   245.00   175.00




S    Rimmer          hardback 288   2/26/2011 2011    125.00   210.00   150.00




D    Kilcast         hardback 264   2/16/2011 2011    125.00   210.00   150.00




S    De Saeger       hardback 456   2/7/2011   2011   145.00   245.00   175.00




JP   Davim           hardback 320   1/24/2011 2011    130.00   220.00   155.00
B    Vernon   hardback 432   1/24/2011 2011    145.00   245.00   175.00




MI   Ojovan   hardback 512   1/24/2011 2011    155.00   265.00   185.00




G    Song     hardback 496   1/20/2011 2011    150.00   255.00   180.00




H    Xu       hardback 360   1/14/2011 2011    135.00   230.00   160.00




W    Sha      hardback 304   1/1/2011   2011   125.00   210.00   150.00
Short Description


Intelligent sensor systems for medical applications can greatly improve quality of life and medical
care. This book discusses the core technologies needed for these sophisticated devices and their
current and potential applications. Chapters in part one review a wide range of core
technologies which are fundamental to intelligent medical sensor systems. Part two reviews
considerations for intelligent medical sensor systems and the final part discusses the various
applications areas of intelligent sensor systems.
Medical devices are becoming more intricate with the use of a wide range of materials and
components which must be joined effectively and safely. Joining and assembly of medical
materials and devices provides a comprehensive analysis of the practical techniques that can be
used to join and assemble medical materials. Part one reviews issues such as adhesive selection,
testing and modelling. Part two discusses processes, materials and applications whilst the final
set of chapters reviews safety and regulatory considerations.


This book provides an integrated and comprehensive reference on concentrating solar power
(CSP) systems and technology, from the fundamental science to systems design and
development, and on to real-world applications. Initial chapters review the fundamentals of CSP
energy conversion, siting criteria and methodology, and the economics of CSP systems. The main
designs of CSP systems are covered in detail, complemented in turn by chapters on materials and
component development. The final section reviews CSP component optimisation and
applications, including solar fuels and industrial solar chemistry.
The supply of safe, high quality products is a fundamental food industry objective, yet quality
testing processes can be slow and labour intensive. Computer vision is an attractive option for
food quality evaluation as it is accurate, rapid, objective and non-destructive. Computer vision
can also be used to guide robots, for example in automated food sorting or cutting systems. This
book reviews computer vision systems and the ways in which they are employed in the food
industry. Chapters in part one provide an introduction to computer vision, covering image
acquisition and processing methods. Chapters in part two review computer vision in different
food and beverage unit operations and industry sectors.
Consumers are increasingly seeking foods that are rich in dietary fibre and wholegrains, but are
often unwilling to compromise on sensory quality. Edited by experts in the field, this book
reviews the latest research and best industry practice in the development of healthful and
appealing fibre-rich and wholegrain products. Chapters in part one introduce the key issues of
regulation, fibre analysis and the health benefits of foods rich in dietary fibre. The following
sections of the book focus on different dietary fibre sources and the successful formulation of a
range of fibre-rich and wholegrain foods.


Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems (MEMS) are miniature devices or machines which integrate
elements such as actuators, sensors and a processor to form microsystems. The automotive
sector is currently the biggest consumer of MEMS and this market is expected to grow, driven by
safety legislation. Emerging applications in the aerospace field will face unique challenges related
to harsh environmental conditions and reliability requirements. Part one covers MEMS in
automotive applications, including safety systems, stability control and engine management.
Part two describes MEMS in aircraft such as navigation systems, devices for health monitoring
and drag reduction. MEMS thrusters for nano and pico satellites are also covered.
Functional materials are a class of advanced energy conversion materials of use in photoelectric,
thermoelectric, electrochemical, piezoelectric or electromagnetic applications, such as
photovoltaics (PV), hydrogen production and storage, fuel cell systems, and demand-side energy
management systems. Global demands for lower cost, higher efficiency, mass-production and, of
course, sustainably sourced materials have coupled with advances in nanotechnology to enable
an increasingly important role for functional materials in the sustainable energy mix. This book
presents a comprehensive review of the issues, science and development of functional materials
in renewable and sustainable energy production and management applications.

Semiconductor laser diodes are the backbone of the optical telecommunications infrastructure
that supports the Internet. They allow optical signals to be passed along optical fibres and are
also used in many everyday products such as CD and DVD players, barcode readers and laser
printers. Semiconductor lasers operating at a variety of wavelengths are used in the engineering,
biology, chemistry and medical fields. Chapters cover diode lasers, quantum well and dot lasers,
quantum cascade lasers, vertical cavity surface emitting lasers and recent advances such as
photonic crystal lasers and lasers on silicon. The reader is taken through materials and the
operation of these lasers and their applications.
The book offers chemists and engineers an interdisciplinary and comprehensive reference on
biolubricant base stocks, developments and applications. International research and
technological development of biolubricants is highlighted, including critical review of the lack of
highly selective catalysts that often renders industrial production processes uneconomical.
Biolubricant applications are also critically evaluated taking into account minimum performance
criteria. The book will be of essential interest to anyone involved in biomass-derived/green
chemistry and catalysis, and sustainable industrial products.
Chemical contaminants such as pesticide residues, environmental organic contaminants, heavy
metals and fungal toxins are a major concern for the food industry. With chapters by an
international team of experts, this collection reviews the main chemical contaminants, their
health implications, how they contaminate food products and methods for their detection and
control. Part one addresses analytical methods and risk assessment. Part two contains chapters
on the most problematic contaminants. Lastly, part three provides an overview of contamination
of products in different sectors of the food industry, including red meat, shellfish and cereals.
The Finite Element Method (FEM) is a modelling technique that allows entire designs to be
constructed, refined and optimized before the product is manufactured. ATILA FEM software
provides modelling and analysis for piezoelectric, magenetostrictor and shape memory material
based applications, such as transducers, ultrasonic motors, sensors, MEMS and sonar devices.
These acoustic and strain sensing devices are used in marine engineering, structural health
monitoring, non-destructive testing, environmental monitoring and medical applications. The
book will take the reader through detailed case studies showing how to use the software to
design and model these products.


Electronic waste is a growing problem. The EU directive on waste electrical and electronic
equipment (WEEE) aims to minimise WEEE by putting the responsibility on producers and
distributors to pay for the costs associated with the collection, treatment, recycling and recovery
of WEEE. Therefore there is a need for information about waste electronics management. Part
one introduces the reader to legislation and initiatives to manage WEEE. Part two discusses
technologies for the refurbishment, treatment and recycling of waste electronics. Part three
focuses on electronic products that present particular challenges for recyclers. Part four explores
sustainable design of electronics and supply chains, part five discusses national and regional
WEEE management schemes and part six looks at corporate WEEE management strategies.
Nanotechnology is being increasingly utilised and the majority of fields within medicine are likely
to be affected. Tissue engineering, design of implant biomaterials, diagnosis, imaging and drug
delivery are fields where a huge amount of research is already taking place and where products
incorporating this technology appear. This book reviews the current status of this exciting
technology and will provide readers with comprehensive information on the properties and
applications of the technology. Part one discusses properties and considerations of
nanomedicine. Chapters in part two review a range of drug delivery methods whilst part three
looks at imaging and diagnosis. The final set of chapters discuss regenerative medicine.
The development of imaging techniques is of great importance for the monitoring of medical
implants, diagnosis of disease and for strategies of personalised medicine. Significant advances
are being made in this technology and this book will discuss the latest advances and
developments in this increasingly important field. Chapters in part one will provide readers with
a wide ranging review of medical applications whilst the second set of chapters will discuss
biomaterials and processes.
Implant and device manufacturers are increasingly being faced with the challenge of proving that
their implants or devices are safe/biocompatible and perform as expected. This book will
describe and explain the factors that influence the biocompatibility of materials and medical
devices, the methods to predict or screen biocompatibility, how to build a biological safety
evaluation plan for medical devices, strategies and tactics in biocompatibility and biological
performance evaluation of medical devices. It will also provide insights on recent changes in
regulations and standards, standards interpretation and worldwide health authorities’
expectations with regard to the biocompatibility and performance of new products.


Biomedical sensors play an important role in the detection and monitoring of a range of critical
medical conditions. This publication will provide readers with a comprehensive review of
established, cutting edge and future trends in biomedical sensors and their applications.
Chapters in part one will discuss principles and transduction approaches to biosensors. Part two
will review a wide range of applications.

Brazing is a fast growing area of joining in metals. Advances in brazing reviews current research
in the area summarized by some of the world’s leading experts in the subject. Part one explains
the fundamentals of brazing. Part two then moves on to discuss the materials that use the
brazing technique. The book concludes with part three which covers the main applications of this
technique. These include: filler metals for pipes; metal-nonmetal brazing for packaging and solid-
state electrical devices.

It is vital that all materials and devices that are implanted in, or come into contact with, the
human body are safely and effectively sterilised to eliminate or kill any harmful agents such as
bacteria. This important book provides comprehensive coverage of critical sterilisation
processes. Part one reviews a range of established and commonly used technologies available in
addition to new and emerging processes. Part two discusses the selection of sterilisation
techniques and significant future challenges facing the sterilisation of biomaterials and medical
devices.
Encapsulation technologies play a key role in the stabilisation and protection of sensitive
nutrients and food ingredients. Delivery systems are also employed with increasing
sophistication by the food and nutraceutical industries to improve the availability of active food
constituents. This book reviews the latest research in these areas. Part one addresses delivery
system requirements. Parts two and three then review the latest in the production of
encapsulates and delivery systems, covering approaches based on processing technologies as
well as physicochemical methods. Chapters in part four cover applications of encapsulation
technologies and delivery systems in different industry sectors.


Packaging technology: Fundamentals, materials and processes provides a comprehensive
introduction to packaging. The book thoroughly reviews the basics and more advanced concepts
in packaging technology. It is based on the degree level Diploma in Packaging Technology course
promoted by IOP: The Packaging Society. Written by a team of experienced packaging
professionals, the text discusses all major topics in packaging. Part one reviews packaging
fundamentals such as the supply chain, packaging functions, legislation and marketing. The
materials and package components are discussed in part two. Packaging processes are the focus
of the final part, covering design and development, printing, machinery, quality, risk
management and cost implications.
In recent decades much research has been carried out into the effects of dietary constituents on
human immune responses. One of the body’s first responses to infection is inflammation.
Though inflammation defends the body against infection, overactive immune responses can
cause chronic inflammatory diseases. Long-term low-grade inflammation has also been identified
as a risk factor for certain diseases. This book provides an overview of key research in this
important area. After an introductory section on the fundamentals of immunity and
inflammation, following chapters review the effects of different food constituents. Final chapters
discuss important related issues, such as ageing and exercise.
Herbs and spices are among the most versatile and widely-used ingredients in food processing.
As well as their traditional roles as flavourants and colourants, they have increasingly been used
as natural preservatives and for their potential health-promoting properties, for example as
antioxidants. Handbook of herbs and spices is an essential reference for manufacturers wishing
to make the most of these important ingredients. The three volumes of the handbook’s first
edition have been condensed into two indispensable volumes. Comprehensively-updated, they
focus on products of commercial significance. Introductory chapters cover fundamental issues
such as quality specifications for herbs and spices and their use as antimicrobials in foods.
Subsequent chapters each focus on a different herb or spice crop. New chapters on important
products such as basil, fennel seeds, mint, kaffir lime leaves and tarragon have been added.

Polymer matrix composites are widely used within many different industries and applications
from the automotive industry to military applications. Manufacturing polymer matrix
composites covers the different technologies for manufacturing polymer matrix composites. This
book gives an extensive coverage of short fibre based processing; thermoplastic based
processing and thermoset based processing.
The nuclear fuel cycle is a very broad subject that includes mining, milling and smelting of ores,
enrichment, fuel element fabrication, irradiation in a nuclear reactor, reprocessing, followed by
waste storage and disposal. The science and engineering at different stages of the nuclear fuel
cycle continues to develop presenting ever closer-connected processes and technologies. This
book provides utilities, plant operators and policy-makers alike with a comprehensive and
holistic review of the range of considerations within the complete nuclear fuel cycle that are
critical to the continuing development of nuclear power programmes worldwide.
Polymer composites consist of a polymer matrix with the addition of fillers to enhance strength
and other properties. This book reviews current research on the manufacture and properties of
the main types of polymer nanocomposite. It discusses types of polymer nanocomposite as
defined by filler such as carbon nanotube based nanocomposites, as well as types of
nanocomposite as defined by base such as nylon-based and PET-based nanocomposites. The
book also considers applications in such areas as aerospace engineering and optical materials.
The textile and clothing industry is going through rapid change. This important book reviews
these changes and their implications for textile manufacturers. Part I reviews market trends,
including the current structure of the industry, market trends and the impact of environmental
regulation. Part II discusses developments in the industry which address market trends, including
management issues such as R&D techniques, strategic technology road mapping and higher
education training for textile scientists, as well as advances in textile and garment manfacture.

This book deals with the mechanics and dynamics of textile machines. The first chapter examines
various types of power drives used in textile machinery. The second chapter discusses types of
gears. The third chapter deals with the design aspect of cone drums used in spinning machines.
The different types and design of cams used in ring frames and looms are discussed in the
following chapters. The final part of the book focuses on energy calculations in textile machines,
frictional forces and their calculation, clutches and brakes.
This comprehensive text is an essential guide to the fundamentals of food chemistry in specific
food groups. The book is divided into sections of important food constituents including proteins,
lipids, carbohydrates, minerals, and water. The chemistry of important food groups such as milk,
meat, egg, cereals, fruits, vegetables and beverages are also discussed. The book is primarily
aimed at students studying food chemistry, although academics and professionals in the food
industry should also find it a useful reference.
Understanding radionuclide behaviour in the environment, either in the biosphere or in subsoil,
is key to the assessment of the potential environmental impacts induced by the operation of
nuclear facilities. Scientific knowledge in this field has developed greatly over the last decade and
insight into the key processes and parameters controlling radionuclide migration and retention
has very much improved. The book aims to provide state-of-the-art knowledge on the
fundamentals of radionuclide eco/geochemistry, specifying the most relevant processes and
parameters relevant to radionuclide mobility and their geochemical modeling. Furthermore, it
covers performance assessment approaches related to geological disposal and describes the
principles of remediation technologies. The book is written by internationally-recognized experts
in these fields and will constitute a reference book for scientists and researchers addressing
these transversal issues.
Given the rapid development and use of polymers within medicine, the durability and reliability
of polymer biomaterials and devices is an area of critical importance to the biomedical industry.
This book reviews types of polymer biomaterials before going on to discuss examples of failure.
Other chapters discuss degradation mechanisms, wear and ageing processes which affect the use
and reliability of medical polymers.


The cost of electronics has significantly reduced in recent years and investment in robotics and
automation in the food sector is increasing. These technologies have great potential to improve
safety, quality and profitability by optimising process monitoring and control and reducing
manual labour. This book reviews current and emerging robotics and automation technologies
and their applications in different industry sectors. Chapters in parts one and two introduce the
topics of robotics and automation in the food industry and discuss instrumentation and
techniques for automated process control. Following chapters cover applications of robotics and
automated process control in various unit operations and in different sectors of the food
industry.
Engineering systems such as an aircraft or frigate are highly complex and specifically designed to
meet the customer’s requirements. This important book provides the information necessary to
acquire and support complex engineering systems expected to last for a long time. Chapters in
the first half of the book examine the life cycles of these systems, their design, testing and
certification, and the principles behind their acquisition. The latter half of the book reviews
topics including operations support and logistics, systems maintenance, reliability and upgrades,
and performance and risk analysis, ending with a discussion of the need for continuous
improvements in these systems.




Woven fabrics are used in a wide range of applications from apparel to automotive interiors.
Part I reviews types of fibres and yarns used in weaving together with yarn preparation methods.
Part II reviews types of woven structure and their design, including CAD and modelling
techniques. Part III discuss the use of woven textiles in transportation, apparel and other
technical textile applications. Written by a distinguished team of authors, this text will be a
valuable resource for designers, engineers and technicians involved in the design, manufacture
and use of woven textiles.
Metal forming processes involve varying degrees of deformation to the metal substrate. This
deformation results in changes to the microstructure of the metal. These microstructural
changes need to be monitored and controlled. This book looks at the evolution of microstructure
during metal forming processes and its modelling and control to produce steels and other metals
with enhanced properties.




As a consequence of the growing awareness of environmental issues, the use of natural fibres is
increasing. This important two-volume collection describes the properties of a wide range of
natural fibres, how they they can be improved and their range of applications. Volume 1 opens
with a discussion of the main types of natural fibres and their properties. Part two discusses
ways of improving the properties of natural fibres through appropriate breeding, cultivation and
husbandry techniques. This book is an essential text for professionals and academics within the
textile industry as well as those involved in the cultivation of natural fibres.
Metal Injection Molding (MIM) is an important technology for the manufacture of small and
intricate components with a high level of precision. MIM components are used in such sectors as
automotive and biomedical engineering as well as microelectronics. This book is an authoritative
guide to the technology and its applications. The book reviews key processing technologies,
quality issues and MIM processing of a range of metals.


Breast implants are one of the most regularly used prosthesis (both for cosmetic and
reconstructive purposes) in plastic surgery. Unfortunately they are also one of the most
controversial implants available and some types of breast implants have gained a reputation for
being unreliable and in some cases dangerous. This book will discuss the history of this lucrative
field and how it is developing. Chapters in part one discuss a wide range of breast implants whilst
chapters in part two review important safety issues.
Medical technology is becoming increasingly sophisticated, particularly in the area of Micro
Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS). Bio MEMS have many advantages including being less
invasive, interfering less with body tissues and as a platform for lab-on-chip technology. Part one
of this book provides an introduction to the field. Part two discusses a wide range of current
MEMS for sensing and diagnostic applications. Part 3 reviews MEMS for tissue engineering and
clinical applications whilst part four concentrates on emerging biomedical applications and
challenges in this important field.




Herbs and spices are among the most versatile and widely-used ingredients in food processing.
As well as their traditional roles as flavourants and colourants, they have increasingly been used
as natural preservatives and for their potential health-promoting properties, for example as
antioxidants. Handbook of herbs and spices is an essential reference for manufacturers wishing
to make the most of these important ingredients. The three volumes of the handbook’s first
edition have been condensed into two indispensable volumes. Comprehensively-updated, they
focus on products of commercial significance. Introductory chapters cover fundamental issues
such as quality specifications for herbs and spices and their use as antimicrobials in foods.
Subsequent chapters each focus on a different herb or spice crop. New chapters on important
products such as basil, fennel seeds, mint, kaffir lime leaves and tarragon have been added.

This book provides a comprehensive review of gas turbine science and engineering. Coverage
includes large-scale power generation as well as industrial and small-scale gas turbine
applications. This coverage is extended with an examination of operational and maintenance
issues, including performance monitoring and control, modelling and optimisation techniques.
Finally, advanced operating conditions and concepts are reviewed, including the pursuit of near-
zero emissions power plants incorporating carbon dioxide capture technology.

Ultrasonic transducers are key devices for important applications such as medical treatments,
non-destructive testing and precision alignment. This book will review the materials, design and
applications of ultrasonic transducers, focussing on recent developments and issues. Part one
will provide an introduction to the materials and design of ultrasonic transducers. Part two will
cover modelling and characterisation of ultrasonic transducer performance. Part four contains
chapters on applications of ultrasonic transducers in devices and systems including SAW devices,
sensors and actuators, and therapeutic ultrasound.




As a consequence of the growing awareness of environmental issues, the use of natural fibres is
increasing. This important two-volume collection describes the properties of a wide range of
natural fibres, how they they can be improved and their range of applications. Volume 2 reviews
processing techniques to improve natural fibres. Subsequent chapters provide examples of how
natural fibres can be used in a variety of applications from textiles to the automotive sector. This
book is an essential text for professionals and academics within the textile industry as well as
those involved in the cultivation of natural fibres.
Muscle foods are generally highly perishable and must be stored under carefully controlled
conditions to limit undesired microbial growth and sensory deterioration. Packaging plays a key
role in muscle foods’ quality preservation and shelf life extension. Advances in meat, poultry and
seafood packaging reviews best practice in meat, poultry and seafood packaging and emerging
technologies. The first part of the book outlines the major sensory and quality aspects associated
with meat, poultry and seafood packaging. Microbiological hazards are also covered. The
following sections focus on traditional, vacuum and modified atmosphere packaging of muscle
foods and emerging packaging technologies.




Pattern cutting for clothing has changed dramatically since the invention of computer aided
design (CAD). Lectra Modaris is used for all stages of pattern development, including pattern
manipulation, drafting and grading. Aimed primarily at students and the industry practitioner,
this book is a “how to” manual, guiding the reader through the practical use of Modaris for
pattern making and preparing patterns for manufacture, indicating which functions to use and
when.
Quantum optics are studied in order to understand how light and matter interact on a quantum
level. This knowledge can then be applied in quantum information processing. Semiconductor
nanostructures are attracting a great deal of interest as the most promising material for devices
with which to implement quantum information processing, quantum cryptography and quantum
computing. Part one covers single quantum dot systems. Part two describes nanolasers with
quantum dot emitters. Part three explains the theory of light-matter interaction in quantum-dot
systems. Part four discusses semiconductor cavity quantum electrodynamics (QED) and part five
explores the possibilities held by ultrafast phenomena.




The use of lasers for the deposition and processing of electronic and photonic materials is
becoming increasingly widespread and advances in processing technology are reducing costs and
increasing throughput. Laser deposition of photonic materials and laser processing techniques
can produce high quality devices with novel properties. Part one covers laser deposition and
growth of materials, including pulsed laser deposition and laser-induced self-assembly of
semiconductors. Part two describes laser patterning and lithography techniques, such as 3D laser
lithography. Part three looks at laser treatments to manipulate properties of photonic materials
for applications such as optical storage, laser components, waveguides and displays.




This authoritative book reviews the highly important area of military clothing, armour and
associated equipment for the development of soldier systems. Part I discusses design issues,
including body armour materials and design, anthropometric methods, psychological factors,
colour and camouflage issues in design. Part II reviews applications in such areas as ballistic
vests, helmets, footwear and handwear as well as CBRN (chemical, biological, radiological and
nuclear) protective clothing and other equipment. The book provides a valuable resource for
designers and manufacturers of military clothing and equipment, as well as the defence industry
itself.
Simulation and modelling can be used to analyse complex phenomena in the textile industry
such as fibre and fabric structure. The first part of the book reviews different types of models
and simulation techniqes. These include neural networks, evolution methods, fuzzy logic,
computational fluid dynamics and finite element methods. Each chapter discusses typical textile
applications. The second part of the book reviews simulation and modelling of yarn and fabric
structures as well as textile machinery.
The provision of microbiologically-safe food with an acceptable shelf life is a central
preoccupation of the food industry. Foods often need to be treated to render them safe to eat,
yet the decontamination process should change the sensory quality of fresh products as little as
possible. Chapters in part one look at microbial contamination issues in different sectors of the
food industry. Part two reviews in more detail the wide range of current and emerging non-
chemical methods for food decontamination, and part three focuses on chemical
decontamination methods. The final section focuses on the role of packaging in the supply of
safe food.




Aimed at engineering students and professionals working in the field of mechanics of space
flight, this book examines space tether systems – one of the most forward thinking directions of
modern astronautics. The main advantage of this technology is the simplicity, profitability and
ecological compatibility: space tethers allow the execution of various manoeuvers in orbit
without costs of jet fuel due to the use of gravitational and electromagnetic fields of the Earth.
This book will acquaint the reader with the modern state of the space tether’s dynamics, with
specific attention to the research projects of the nearest decades. The book presents the most
effective mathematical models and the methods used for the analysis and prediction of space
tether systems’ motion; attention is also given on the influence of the tether on spacecraft’s
motion, to emergencies and chaotic modes.
This book places particular emphasis on issues of model quality and ideas of model testing and
validation. Mathematical and computer-based models provide a foundation for explaining
complex behaviour, decision-making, engineering design and for real-time simulators for
research and training. Many engineering design techniques depend on suitable models,
assessment of the adequacy of a given model for an intended application is therefore critically
important. Generic model structures and dependable libraries of sub-models that can be applied
repeatedly are increasingly important. Applications are drawn from the fields of mechanical,
aeronautical and control engineering, and involve non-linear lumped-parameter models
described by ordinary differential equations.
Statistics for textile and apparel management deals with the fundamental principles of statistical
methods and their applications in textile production. This may be in fibre, yarn or fabric
manufacture and across any of the allied processes such as dyeing, printing and finishing. This
book is an ideal reference for textile technologists and students.
Thermal control systems are an essential element of spacecraft design, ensuring that all parts of
the spacecraft remain within acceptable temperature ranges at all times. Spacecraft thermal
control describes the fundamentals of thermal control design and reviews current thermal
control technologies. The book begins with an overview of space missions and a description of
the space environment, followed by coverage of the heat transfer processes relevant to the field.
In the third part of the book, current thermal control technologies are described, and in the
fourth one, design, analysis and testing techniques are reviewed.




Strategy implementation in the garment industry requires a special kind of expertise.
Formulating a strategy requires an entrepreneurial focus and emphasizes the ability to
conceptualize, analyze and weigh, whereas applying strategy has a primarily managing focus. All
fashion companies must, regardless of their current situation, develop a long-term strategy.
There is not a single strategy that would be optimal for all companies, because each of them
must determine a strategy in accordance with its objectives, capabilities, resources and market
position. The book illustrates advances in business strategy in the garment industry for current
and future managers in the garment industry, students of textile technology, engineers and top
managers in the garment industry.
Increasing interest in nanofibre materials, particularly functional nanofibres with special
properties for technical applications, can be observed worldwide. Intensive work has been
concentrated on the development of new methods for making functional nanofibres, or
functionalisation of nanofibre surfaces, to achieve improved or even new properties. Part one
provides the reader with the key principles of functional nanofibres and a discussion of different
types of functional nanofibres. Part two explores the exciting opportunities for various
applications of functional nanofibres in a range of areas such as medicine and electronics.




Aerospace engineering is a very competitive environment and yet highly regulated, so innovation
and change, while essential, must be carefully managed. This book looks at aircraft engineering
in terms of how innovation is promoted or inhibited and what ‘drives’ the innovative design of
aircraft and their systems. The book reviews factors affecting design, such as environmental and
human factors, processes for managing innovation and innovative technologies in such areas as
jet engines, supersonic air travel, avionics and morphing technologies to alter aerodynamic
shape.
This book presents the papers from the latest international conference, following on from the
highly successful previous conferences in this series held regularly since 1978, last held May
2010, in London. Papers cover all current and novel aspects of turbocharging systems design for
boosting solutions for engine downsizing. The focus of the papers is on the application of
turbocharger and other pressure charging devices to spark ignition (SI) and compression ignition
(CI) engines in the passenger car and commercial vehicles. Novel boosting solutions for diesel
engines operating in the industrial and marine market sectors are also included.




This book discusses fiber structure and its effect on yarn structure and mechanical properties.
The first part of the book discusses models of fiber and yarn structure. Problems such as packing,
density, porosity, pores, fiber orientation, tensile behavior of bundles and multiaxial systems,
fiber–to–fiber contacts and compression of fibrous assemblies are discussed in the second part
of the book. Chapters in the final part of the book examine the structure and mechanics of yarns,
focussing on yarn count, twist and diameter, number of fibers in cross-section, retraction and
saturated twist, fiber migration, unevenness, hairiness, tensile behavior and shrinkage.

Nanomaterials exhibit unique mechanical and physical properties compared to their coarse-
grained counterparts, and are consequently a major focus of current scientific research. Defect
structure in nanomaterials provides a detailed overview of the processing methods, defect
structure and defect-related mechanical and physical properties of a wide range of
nanomaterials. The book begins with a review of the production methods of nanomaterials,
including severe plastic deformation, powder metallurgy and electrodeposition. The lattice
defect structures formed during the synthesis of nanomaterials are characterized in detail.
Special attention is paid to the lattice defects in low stacking fault energy nanomaterials and
metal – carbon nanotube composites. Topics covered in the second part of the book include
discussion of the thermal stability of defect structure in nanomaterials and study of the influence
of lattice defects on mechanical and hydrogen storage properties.
Many food contamination issues begin with a consumer complaint or outbreak. Careful detective
work using a trouble-shooting approach is then required to recognize the cause. Once the cause
has been identified a strategy needs to be planned and implemented to solve the problem and
prevent similar events happening again. Experts from different continents and backgrounds
report and analyse a wide range of noteworthy real-life cases in this unique volume. Together
their contributions represent an essential reference for case-based learning. The first three parts
of the book contain cases relating to investigations of foodborne disease outbreaks, the tracing
of sources of microbial contamination and crisis management. Cases in the following two parts
address safe food production, both at the farm level and more generally. The final part of the
book contains cases associated with food adulteration and authenticity.
With an ever increasing demand for seafood that cannot be met by capture fisheries alone,
growing pressure is being placed on aquaculture production. However, infectious diseases
remain a major constraint. Infectious disease in aquaculture: prevention and control brings
together a wealth of recent research on this problem and its effective management. Part one
considers the innate and adaptive immune responses seen in fish and shellfish together with the
implications of these responses for disease control. Advances in disease diagnostics, veterinary
drugs and vaccines are discussed in part two, with quality assurance, the use and effects of
antibiotics and anti-parasitic drugs in aquaculture, and developments in vaccination against fish
all explored. Part three focuses on the development of specific pathogen-free populations and
novel approaches for disease control.

Printed films are used in sensors, actuators, circuit components, heaters and solar cells. This
book covers developments in printed films; the challenges, opportunities and progress towards
new devices. The goal for most applications is the creation of disposable devices on low cost
flexible substrates while retaining yield, lifetime and manufacturing ease. Part one covers the
materials used in printed and thick film technology, including discussion of material composition,
microstructure and properties, and fabrication methods. Part two covers a wide range of
applications of printed films in devices such as solar cells, sensors, actuators, heaters and
microsystems.


Bonding is an important joining technology in marine engineering, particularly for materials such
as composites. The first part of this book reviews adhesive selection, joint design and modelling.
The second part of the book discusses ways of testing the mechanical and other properties of
adhesives as well as issues such as durability and fatigue.


Aimed at professionals in the aviation industry and students of aircraft maintenance, this book
covers the use and management of technology in the aviation maintenance, repair, and overhaul
(MRO) context. The book provides a backdrop of current trends in the industry where airlines are
tending to retain their aircraft longer on the one hand, and rapidly introducing a new genre of
aircraft such as the A380 and B787 into service. This book provides industry professionals and
students of aviation MRO (at all levels) with the necessary principles, approaches and tools to
respond effectively and efficiently to the constant development of new technologies - both in
general and within the aviation MRO profession.

The production of animal feed increasingly relies on the global acquisition of feed material,
increasing the risk of chemical and microbiological contaminants being transferred into food-
producing animals. Animal feed contamination provides a comprehensive overview of recent
research into animal feed contaminants and their negative effects on both animal and human
health. Part one focuses on the contamination of feeds and fodder by microorganisms and
animal by-products. Analysis of contamination by persistent organic pollutants and toxic metals
follows in part two, before the problem of natural toxins is considered in part three. Veterinary
medicinal products as contaminants are explored in Part four along with discussion of the use of
antimicrobials in animal feed. Part five goes on to highlight the risk from emerging technologies.
Finally Part six explores feed safety and quality management by considering the safe supply and
management of animal feed, the process of sampling for contaminant analysis and the GMP+
feed safety assurance scheme.
Earth has been used as a building material for centuries, providing local communities with a
sustainable and durable material to construct homes and other buildings from. Earthen
construction has developed to become one of the predominant building types worldwide, with
many different examples of traditional and modern earth buildings in existence. Modern earth
buildings represent one of the leading choices for sustainable construction using local and
natural materials, which answers demands for improved energy efficiency in buildings, structural
integrity, and aesthetically pleasing finishes. This book critically reviews earth materials, modern
earth building design, modern earth construction techniques and applications.




MAX phases presents a comprehensive review of synthesis, microstructures, properties, ab-initio
calculations and applications of MAX phases and targets the continuing research of advanced
materials and ceramics. An overview of the current status, future directions, challenges and
opportunities of MAX phases that exhibit some of the best attributes of metals and ceramics is
included. Students of materials science and engineering at the postgraduate level will value this
book as a reference source at an international level for both teaching and research in materials
science and engineering. The principal audiences, alongside students, of this book are ceramic
researchers, materials scientists and engineers, materials physicists and chemists. The book is
also an invaluable reference for the professional materials and ceramics societies.


The processing-microstructure-property relationships in steels continue to present challenges to
researchers because of the complexity of phase transformation reactions and the wide spectrum
of microstructures and properties achievable. This major two-volume work summarises the
current state of research on phase transformations in steels and its implications for the
emergence of new steels with enhanced engineering properties. Volume 2 reviews current
research on diffusionless transformations and phase transformations in high strength steels, as
well as advances in modelling and analytical techniques which underpin this research.




The processing-microstructure-property relationships in steels continue to present challenges to
researchers because of the complexity of phase transformation reactions and the wide spectrum
of microstructures and properties achievable. This major two-volume work summarises the
current state of research on phase transformations in steels and its implications for the
emergence of new steels with enhanced engineering properties. Volume 1 reviews fundamentals
and diffusion-controlled phase transformations.
This book presents the papers from the latest conference in this successful series on fuel
injection systems for internal combustion engines. It is vital for the automotive industry to
continue to meet the demands of the modern environmental agenda. In order to excel,
manufacturers must research and develop fuel systems that guarantee the best engine
performance, ensuring minimal emissions and maximum profit. The papers from this unique
conference focus on the latest technology for state-of-the-art system design, characterisation,
measurement, and modelling, addressing all technological aspects of diesel and gasoline fuel
injection systems. Topics range from fundamental fuel spray theory, component design, to
effects on engine performance, fuel economy and emissions.
Nanotechnology is having a significant impact on food processing. This important book
summarises current research on technologies and the wide range of applications of this
technology as well as issues such as safety, regulation and characterisation. After an introductory
overview, the first part of the book discusses general issues such as risk assessment, the
regulatory framework, detection and characterisation of nanoparticles in food. Part two
summarises the wide range of applications of nanotechnology in food processing, including
nanoscale nutraceutical delivery systems, nanoemulsions and colloids, nanoscale rapid detection
devices for contaminants, nanofiltration and nanocomposite packaging materials.




The complex changes that take place during breadmaking and their influences on the traits
consumers use to define quality are key areas of study. The first edition of Breadmaking:
Improving quality quickly established itself as an essential guide to research in this area and its
implications for improving processes and products. Comprehensively updated and revised, this
new edition will help readers to understand the latest developments in breadmaking science and
practice. Five chapters have been added, covering topics including enzymes in breadmaking, the
applications of texture analysis and breads for special dietary requirements.




Although hip, knee and other orthopaedic implants are well-established prostheses, much
remains to be understood about how these implants wear in use. This important book book
reviews the causes and prevention of implant wear. Part one discusses fundamental issues such
as tissue response to wear, the anatomy and biomechanics of hips and knees as well as the
materials and design issues they raise for hip, knee and other types of orthopaedic implant. Part
two considers wear phenomena in a range of materials, including ultra-high molecular weight
(UHMWPE), metal and ceramic joints. It also covers surgical and other factors influencing wear
as well as ways of detecting, analysing and predicting implant wear and failure.
This important book summarises the wealth of recent research on our understanding of process-
property relationships in wrought magnesium alloys and the way this understanding can be used
to develop a new generation of alloys for high-performance applications. After an introductory
overview of current developments in wrought magnesium alloys, part one reviews fundamental
aspects of deformation behaviour. These chapters are the building blocks for the optimisation of
processing steps discussed in part two which discusses casting, extrusion, rolling and forging
technologies. The concluding chapters cover applications of wrought magnesium alloys in
automotive and biomedical engineering.
Emerging food packaging technologies reviews advances in packaging materials, the design and
implementation of smart packaging techniques, and developments in response to growing
concerns about packaging sustainability. Part one of Emerging food packaging technologies
focuses on developments in active packaging, reviewing controlled release packaging, active
antimicrobial and nanocomposites in packaging, and edible chitosan coatings. Part two goes on
to consider intelligent packaging and how advances in the consumer/packaging interface can
improve food safety and quality. Developments in packaging material are analysed in part three,
with nanocomposites, emerging coating technologies, light-protective and non-thermal process
packaging discussed, alongside a consideration of the safety of plastics as food packaging
materials. Finally, part four explores the use of eco-design, life cycle assessment, and the
utilization of biobased polmers in the production of smarter, environmentally-compatible
packaging.
Traditional cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB) techniques have suffered from a number of
disadvantages including haemodilution, inflammation and post-operative bleeding. Minimised
cardiopulmonary bypass techniques use developments in perfusion technology to significantly
reduce foreign surface-blood interactions to make bypass simpler and safer. This important book
reviews key developments and issues relating to this promising technology. Part one covers the
broad range of CPB pathophysiology, including anticoagulant protocols, the impact of CPB circuit
surfaces, optimal haemodilution levels, and the important issue of CPB-induced systemic
inflammatory response syndrome. Part two focuses on the issues of the new equipment
developed for mini-CPB, optimal myocardial protection protocols and CPB perfusate options.
Part three discusses clinical issues, including patient selection, coronary and valve surgery
protocols and, among others, paediatric patients.
A cutting room is a separate area in a clothing manufacturer where garment components are cut
out. The accuracy and efficiency of cutting room operations is critical to all subsequent
operations and to final garment quality. Drawing on the author’s extensive experience, Industrial
cutting of textile materials summarises good practice in cutting room operations. The author
reviews initial steps such as unloading, sorting and quality control of materials. She then
discusses subsequent operations from lay planning and marker making, through manual and
automated spreading and cutting, to fusing of cut components and final work operations such as
sorting cut components for sewing. The book also discusses marker making, spreading and
cutting of more intricate fabrics such as striped fabrics and fabrics with check, motif and border
patterns, narrow lace and pile fabrics.

A textured yarn is a continuous filament yarn that has been processed to introduce crimps, coils,
loops or other fine distortions along the lengths of the filaments. Yarns can be textured by heat
or air. Texturing is used to give synthetic yarns special properties such as stretch, bulk, increased
warmth and the appearance of natural fibers. This collection begins with an introduction to
textured yarns and the basic principles of texturing. Chapters then focus on one of the main
processes used to produce textured yarns; false twist texturing. Subsequent chapters include
texturing machine design, applications of textured yarns and the future opportunities for false
twist texturing.
Combined cycle power plants are one of the most promising and flexible approaches to
conventional, fossil-fuel and biomass-fired energy production. The combination of a gas turbine
and a steam turbine working in tandem to produce power makes this type of plant highly
efficient, and it can also be fuel-flexible when combined with gasification technology. This book
provides a comprehensive and systematic review of the design, engineering and operational
issues of a range of advanced combined cycle power plants.
Natural food additives, ingredients and flavourings reviews the legislative issues relating to
natural food additives and ingredients, the range of natural food additives and ingredients, and
their applications in different product sectors. Part one focuses on natural food colourings, low-
calorie sweeteners and flavour enhancers, followed by a consideration of natural antioxidants
and antimicrobials as food ingredients. The book goes on to review clean label starches and
proteins, the application of natural hydrocolloids as well as natural aroma chemicals and
flavourings from biotechnology and green chemistry. Part two considers specific applications in
different products. Natural ingredients in savoury food products, baked goods and alcoholic
drinks are examined, as are natural plant extracts in soft drinks and milk-based food ingredients.


PEMFCs and DMFCs represent promising low-temperature electrochemical power generation
technologies that operate on hydrogen and methanol respectively. These technologies have
attracted intense worldwide commercialisation research and development efforts with a large
element of these efforts directed at materials developments for fuel cell durability and long term
operation. This two volume set presents a comprehensive and detailed review of the
fundamentals, performance, and in situ characterisation of PEMFCs and DMFCs. Volume 1 covers
the fundamental science and engineering of these types of fuel cell, and reviews routes to
understand and improve upon fuel cell performance and operation.




Corrosion and erosion processes often occur synergistically to cause serious damage to metal
alloys. Laser surface modification techniques such as laser surface melting or alloying are being
increasingly used to treat surfaces to prevent corrosion or repair corroded or damaged
components. Laser surface modification of alloys for corrosion and erosion resistance reviews
the wealth of recent research on these important techniques and their applications. After an
introductory overview, Part one reviews the use of laser surface melting and other techniques to
improve the corrosion resistance of stainless and other steels as well as nickel-titanium and a
range of other alloys. Part two covers the use of laser surface modification to prevent different
types of erosion, including liquid impingement, slurry (solid particle) and electrical erosion as
well as laser remanufacturing of damaged components.

This book provides an introduction to the physics of nanoelectronics which encompasses
spintronics, electronics, Hall effects, single electronics, carbon and graphene electronics.
Theoretical methodology is developed using quantum mechanical and non-equilibrium Green’s
function techniques to calculate electronic currents and elucidate their transport properties at
the atomic scale. The spin hall effect is explained and its application to the emerging field of
spintronics, where an electron’s spin as well as its charge is utilised, is discussed. Topological
dynamics and gauge potential are introduced with the relevant mathematics, and their
application in nanoelectronic systems is explained. Graphene, one of the most promising carbon-
based nanostructures for nanoelectronics, is also explored.
Progenitor and stem cells have the ability to renew themselves and change into a variety of
specialised types, making them ideal materials for therapy and regenerative medicine.
Progenitor and stem cell technologies and therapies reviews the range of progenitor and stem
cells available and their therapeutic application. Part one reviews basic principles for the culture
of stem cells before discussing technologies for particular cell types. Part two discusses wider
issues such as intellectual property, regulation and commercialisation of stem cell technologies
and therapies. The final part of the book considers the therapeutic use of stem and progenitor
cells.




This important book summarises the wealth of recent research on colour and its use in design.
The first part of the book reviews research on colour and its perception. A second group of
chapters surveys ways of measuring and describing colour. The third part of the book discusses
the role of colour in design, dyeing and printing. A final section covers appliations of colour in
areas as diverse as fashion, interior design, art and food. Colour design: Theories and application
is suitable for a wide range of readers including designers, colour technologists, colour quality
inspectors, product developers and anyone who uses colour in their work. It is also intended for
academics and students studying colour and design.




This book describes different types of rubber-pad forming processes currently being studied for
their experimental and numerical advantages and disadvantages. Rubber forming adopts a
rubber pad contained in a rigid box in which one of the tools (die or punch) is replaced by the
rubber pad. Up to 60% of all sheet metal parts in aircraft industry such as frames, seat parts, ribs,
windows and doors are fabricated using rubber-pad forming processes. Key process parameters
such as rubber material, stamping velocity, rubber-pad hardness and thickness and friction
conditions are investigated.
The automotive industry is under constant pressure to design vehicles capable of meeting
increasingly demanding challenges such as improved fuel economy, enhanced safety and
effective emission control. Beginning with a comprehensive introduction to advanced materials
for vehicle lightweighting and automotive applications, Advanced materials in automotive
engineering goes on to consider nanostructured steel for automotive body structures, aluminium
sheet and high pressure die-cast aluminium alloys for automotive applications, magnesium alloys
for lightweight powertrains and automotive bodies, and polymer and composite moulding
technologies. The final chapters then consider a range of design and manufacturing issues that
need to be addressed when working with advanced materials, including the design of advanced
automotive body structures and closures, technologies for reducing noise, vibration and
harshness, joining systems, and the recycling of automotive materials.

Biodiesel is one of the main biofuels capable of substituting fossil fuel usage in compression
ignition vehicles, and is used in a variety of fuel blends worldwide. Advances in biodiesel
production, aimed at more sustainable and effective feedstock utilisation alongside improved
processing routes for increased production efficiency and fuel quality, are critical to the future
both of this industry and of the continued use of biodiesel fuels in transportation. This book
provides a timely reference on the advances in the development of biodiesel fuels, production
processes and technologies.
There have been important developments in materials and therapies for the treatment of spinal
conditions. Biomaterials for spinal surgery summarises this research and how it is being applied
for the benefit of patients. After an introduction to the subject, part one reviews fundamental
issues such as spinal conditions and their pathologies, spinal loads, modelling and osteobiologic
agents in spinal surgery. Part two discusses the use of bone substitutes and artificial
intervertebral discs whilst part three covers topics such as the use of injectable biomaterials like
calcium phosphate for vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty as well as scoliosis implants. The final part
of the book summarises developments in regenerative therapies such as the use of stem cells for
intervertebral disc regeneration.


This book, the second in the Woodhead Publishing Reviews: Mechanical Engineering Series, will
present high quality articles (full research articles, review articles, and cases studies) with a
special emphasis on research and development materials and surface engineering and its
applications. Surface engineering techniques are being used in the automotive, aircraft,
aerospace, missile, electronic, biomedical, textile, petrochemical, chemical, moulds and dies,
machine tools, and construction industries. Materials science is an interdisciplinary field
involving the micro and nano-structure, processing, properties of materials and its applications
to various areas of engineering, technology and industry. All types of materials are addressed
including metals and alloys, polymers, ceramics and glasses, composites, nano-materials,
biomaterials, etc. The relationship between micro and nano-structure, processing, properties of
materials is discussed. Surface engineering is a truly interdisciplinary topic in materials science
that deals with the surface of solid matter.
Over the course of their operational life, a variety of components in both nuclear power plants
and other civilian nuclear facilities will become contaminated by irradiation from the radioactive
sources present. Once these power plants or facilities have come to the end of their operational
lifetime, the need to decommission and decontaminate them arises. This book critically reviews
the decommissioning and decontamination processes and technologies available for
rehabilitating sites used for nuclear power generation and civilian nuclear facilities, from
fundamental issues and best practices, to procedures and technology, and on to
decommissioning and decontamination case studies.




The structural materials used in airframe and propulsion systems influence the cost,
performance and safety of aircraft. This essential new book is intended for undergraduate
students studying aerospace and aeronautical engineering, and is also a valuable resource for
postgraduate students and practising aerospace engineers. The first three chapters of the book
introduce the reader to aerospace materials. The next group of chapters go on to discuss the
properties, production and metallurgy of materials for aerospace structures, followed by
chapters on performance issues and recycling. The final chapter covers materials selection for
aerospace structures and engines.
The biomaterials sector is rapidly expanding due to the increase in healthcare spending
worldwide. Coatings and surface modification of biomaterials provides a means to improve the
wear of joints, change the biological interaction between implant and host and combine the
properties of various materials to improve device performance. The considerable interest in
coatings for biomedical applications has resulted in a great deal of research in industry and
academia. This book provides a comprehensive review of coatings and surface modification for
biomedical applications, including background, theory, materials and applications. The clear
structure and concise review of research provides a valuable resource to researchers in the field
of biomedical coatings.
Understanding corrosion mechanisms, the systems and materials they affect, and the methods
necessary for accurately measuring their incidence is of critical importance to the nuclear
industry for the safe, economic and competitive running of its plants. This book reviews the
fundamentals of nuclear corrosion, looking at the different types of both aqueous and non-
aqueous corrosion mechanisms and the nuclear materials susceptible to attack from them, along
with applicable monitoring and control methodologies and modelling and lifetime prediction
tools. The book also explores corrosion issues across the range of current and next-generation
nuclear reactors as well as nuclear fuel and radioactive waste facilities.




PEMFCs and DMFCs represent promising low-temperature electrochemical power generation
technologies that operate on hydrogen and methanol respectively. These technologies have
attracted intense worldwide commercialisation research and development efforts with a large
element of these efforts directed at materials developments for fuel cell durability and long term
operation. This two volume set presents a comprehensive and detailed review of the
fundamentals, performance, and in situ characterisation of PEMFCs and DMFCs. Volume 2
reviews advanced in situ spectroscopic methods for fuel cell characterisation, applicable to the
investigation of reaction kinetics and processes, water and fuel management, and local
performance.


The book covers the use of nanomaterials to prevent corrosion. The first section deals with the
fundamentals of corrosion prevention using nanomaterials. Part two includes a series of case
studies and applications of nanomaterials for corrosion control.




Polymer matrix composites are increasingly replacing traditional materials, such as metals, for
applications in the aerospace, automotive and marine industries. This important book explores
the main types of composite failure and examines their implications in specific applications. Part
one discusses various failure mechanisms, including manufacturing defects, and addresses a
variety of loading forms, such as impact and the implications for structural integrity. Testing
techniques and modelling methods for predicting potential failure in composites are also
reviewed. Part two investigates the effects of polymer-matrix composite failure in a range of
industries and looks at recycling issues and environmental factors affecting the use of composite
materials.
The potential development of any nuclear power programme requires a rigorous justification
process built upon an objective infrastructure, reviewing the substantial regulatory, economic
and technical information required to appropriately decide upon implementation of such a long-
term commitment. Both new entrants and those countries wishing to renovate their nuclear
fleets after a moratorium will need to develop and apply appropriate infrastructures to review
the justification of the potential use of nuclear power. This book provides a comprehensive
review of the infrastructure and methodologies required to justify the implementation of nuclear
power programmes in any country choosing to review this path.




This important two-volume book reviews the problem of degradation of metals and other
materials exposed to hydrogen. The first part of volume two reviews the mechanism of hydrogen
embrittlement, including absorption, diffusion and trapping of hydrogen in metals. Part two
discusses ways of modelling hydrogen-induced damage and assessing service life. The final
section in the book assesses future trends in research.




Metal working fluids (MWFs) provide important functions such as lubrication and cooling in the
machining of metals. This book reviews the issues surrounding the use of fluids for cutting and
grinding throughout the metal working process, from selection and testing to disposal. The
opening chapters cover the mechanism and action, selection and delivery of MWFs to the
machining zone. A second group of chapters cover issues surrounding MWFs during machining
such as supply, circulation and monitoring. The final group of chapters discuss the maintenance,
replacement and disposal of MWFs.
This important two-volume book reviews the problem of degradation of metals and other
materials exposed to hydrogen. The first part of volume one begins by discussing how the
problem of gaseous hydrogen embrittlement affects such sectors as the petrochemicals,
automotive, nuclear and other energy industries. Part two reviews ways of characterising and
testing for hydrogen-assisted fatigue and fracture. A final group of chapters analyse the ways
gaseous hydrogen embrittlement affects high-performance steels, superalloys, titanium and
aluminium alloys.




This book, the first in the Woodhead Publishing Reviews: Mechanical Engineering Series, will
publish high quality articles (full research articles, review articles and cases studies) with a special
emphasis on research and development in mechatronics and manufacturing engineering.
Mechatronics is the blending of mechanical, electronic, and computer engineering into an
integrated design. Today, mechatronics has a significant and increasing impact on engineering
with emphasis on the design, development and operation of manufacturing engineering systems.
The main objective of this interdisciplinary engineering field is the study of automata from an
engineering perspective, thinking on the design of products and manufacturing processes and
systems. Mechatronics and manufacturing systems are well established and executed within a
great number of industries including aircraft, automotive and aerospace industries; machine
tools, moulds and dies product manufacturing, computers, electronics, semiconductor and
communications, and biomedical.
High temperature superconductors (HTS) offer many advantages through their application in
electrical systems, including high efficiency performance and high throughput with low electrical
losses. While cryogenic cooling and precision materials manufacture is required to achieve this
goal, cost reductions without significant performance loss are being achieved through advanced
design, development and manufacture of HTS equipment. This book explores the fundamental
science and engineering of HTS components - such as wires and tapes, cables, coils and magnets -
and reviews the energy applications these materials are used in, from power systems and
rotating machinery to fusion and accelerator technologies.
The properties of concrete before it has set can have a significant impact on performance. This
important book reviews methods of measuring, modelling and controlling the rheological
behaviour of concrete, which play a vital role in construction processes. The book begins with a
group of chapters dealing with measurement methods, including general introductions to
rheology and rheometry. Chapters in the second part examine mix design, covering issues such
as the use of super-plasticizers and viscosity agents, among others. Finally, the last part of the
book focuses on casting, with chapters discussing thixotropy and formwork pressure, among
other topics.

Welding and joining techniques play an essential role in both the manufacture and in-service
repair of aerospace vehicles and components. This important book provides in-depth
information on different techniques for joining metallic and non-metallic aerospace materials
and their applications. Part one reviews different types of welding such as inertia friction, laser
and hybrid laser-arc welding and issues relating to their use. The second part of the book focuses
on other joining techniques such as riveting, bonding and brazing and methods of assessing their
quality and effectiveness. Finally, an important appendix to this book covers linear friction
welding in the aerospace industry.
Machining processes play an important role in the manufacture of a variety of composite
materials for use in a number of industries, including the aerospace, marine, civil and leisure
sectors. This book reviews and analyses both traditional and non-traditional methods of
machining for different composite materials. The first part of the book examines traditionally-
used machining processes such as turning, drilling and grinding. In the second part, several non-
traditional machining methods are discussed, such as electrical discharge and laser machining.
The final group of chapters deal with special topics such as cryogenic machining and processes
for metal martix and wood-based composites.




Sensory evaluation methods are extensively used in the wine, beer and distilled spirits industries
for product development and quality control. Consumer research methods are also significant.
This book explores key research and practice in these areas. Part one opens with an introduction
to sensory perception. Following chapters review the applications of various sensory evaluation
methods with particular reference to alcoholic beverages. Parts two and three contain chapters
on the sensory properties of different beverages and the applications of sensory evaluation and
consumer research in their production.
This book not only provides a fascinating overview of how products are launched, but also offers
a source of practical guidance for developing new textile products successfully. The collection
begins by introducing the reader to the principles of innovation and its application in textiles.
The remainder of the book provides a selection of international case studies from across the
textile industry. Chapters describe new product development projects, identifying the problems
that were faced and lessons learnt. Topics range from new product development of fabrics to
automotive textiles and nanotechnology innovation.

This book provides engineers and students with a general framework focusing on the processes
of designing new engineering products. The procedures covered by the framework lead the
reader to the best trade-offs to ensure maximum satisfaction of the customer’s needs, meeting
the lowest cost expectations, ensuring the lowest environmental impact and maximising profits
and best positioning in the marketplace. This book describes the engineering tools that are
compatible with these goals and sustainable activity.
This book contains the papers of the Internal Combustion Engines: Performance fuel economy
and emissions conference, in the IMechE bi annual series, held on the 29th and 30th November
2011.
Authored by two leading experts, this book provides responses to over 300 of the most
frequently-asked questions about extrusion processing of food, pet food and feed products. The
volume is in a unique, practical question-and-answer format and the enquiries are grouped into
sections, making it easy for readers to find the information they require quickly. Topics covered
include terminology relating to food extrusion, components of an extrusion system, selecting an
extruder, the impacts of raw materials on the extrusion process, common problems at different
stages of extrusion processing and common problems when using single screw and twin screw
extruders, among others.


Written by a leading expert in the field, the first edition established itself as a standard
introduction to the range of available welding technologies. Significantly expanded and
substantially rewritten, the new edition consolidates the book's reputation as a practical and
authoritative guide. Chapters on individual techniques cover principles, equipment, consumables
and key quality issues. There is new material on such topics as the basics of electricity in welding,
arc physics, welding residual stress and distortion, and the weldability of particular metals.

This book focuses on the industrial engineering aspects in apparel production. Garment fashion
technology students, researchers and textile engineers will find this book useful.

There are number of books and articles available dealing with technology and management
separately, but explaining how these techniques could be used in the daily life of a supervisor is
very few. Training and development of technical staff in the textile industry explains various
aspects of management related to working on the shop floor by supervisory staff. This book is a
practical guide for firms looking to develop their supervisory staff.
This book looks at the history of knitting and how the process has evolved to the present.
Chapters discuss the principles involved in different types of knitting machines and the different
types of loops and knitted structures. The science and quality aspects of knitting, calculations
related to knitting, and the mechanics of knitting are also examined.




Food safety is vital for consumer confidence, and the sanitary design of food processing facilities
is central to the manufacture of safe products. Hygienic design of food factories provides an
essential overview of hygiene control in the design, construction and renovation of food
processing factories. Opening chapters consider the business case for hygienic facilities design.
Contributions in following sections then address regulatory issues, the requirements of different
stakeholders, site selection, plant layout, external and internal sanitary plant design, the design
of utility systems, considerations for storage areas, the management of building work and
factory inspection when commissioning the plant, among other topics.




Dyeing is one of the most effective and popular methods for colouring textiles and other
materials. This two volume collection provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of textile
dyeing. Volume 1 discusses general principles, pre-treatment, chemistry, dye fastness, modelling
and machinery. The second part of the book focuses on different types of dyes and processes.
Topics range from natural and acidic dyes to environmentally friendly dyes. The book is aimed at
a variety of different readers including designers, colour technologists, product developers and
those in academia.
Dyeing is one of the most effective and popular methods for colouring textiles and other
materials. This two volume collection provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of textile
dyeing. Volume 2 provides a review of how dyes are used in different applications. Part one of
the book discusses dyes used for textiles such as wool and synthetic fibres. Part two explores the
use of dyes for non-textile applications, including dyes for the food, cosmetics and medical
industries. The book is appropriate for a variety of different readers including designers, colour
technologists, product developers and those in academia.
The API Individual Certification Programs (ICP) are well established in the oil/gas/petroleum
industries. This guide reviews one of API's three main ICPs: API 653: Certified storage tank
inspector. It discusses key definitions and scope, inspection regimes and testing techniques
relating to tank design, linings, welds, protection systems, repair and alteration.




This book presents the papers from the Innovations in Fuel Economy and Sustainable Road
Transport conference, held in Pune, India, 8-9 November, 2011. Papers examine advances in
powertrain, alternative fuels, lightweight vehicles, electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles. An
international assembly of senior industry representatives provide insight into the latest research
and technological advances in low carbon technology sustainability for road transport, helping
towards achieving stringent emissions standards and continual improvements in fuel economy
efficiency, all in an expanding Indian market. These technical papers from industry and academia
will discuss the latest developments and research of leading organisations.
This forward-thinking, practical book provides essential information on modern machining
technology for industry with emphasis on the processes used regularly across several major
industries. Machining technology presents great interest for many important industries including
automotive, aeronautics, aerospace, renewable energy, moulds and dies, biomedical, and many
others. Machining are manufacturing processes in which parts are shaped by the removal of
unwanted material; these processes cover several stages and are usually divided into the
following categories: cutting (involving single point or multipoint cutting tools); abrasive
processes (including grinding and advanced machining processes, such as EDM (electrical
discharge machining), LBM (laser-beam machining), AWJM (abrasive water jet machining) and
USM (ultrasonic machining).
The growing use of composites for structural applications in sectors such as aerospace demands
that engineers have a thorough understanding of how composite joints behave under various
loads. Gaining this understanding is not straightforward because joints and connections in
composites present an entirely different set of problems to engineers when compared to metals.
This book addresses these differences, looking at the design, modelling and testing of joints and
connections.




Metals can become less reactive to corrosion processes (i.e. they become passive) because of
protection by a self-healing surface film. This passivation process is an important weapon against
corrosion in metals. However, the corrosion resistance of passive metals can be substantially
reduced by friction and wear. This important book reviews current research on tribocorrosion of
passive metals and coatings.




Recent advances in techniques to characterize thin films in situ during deposition could lead to
an improved understanding of deposition processes and to better, faster, diagnosis of issues
with the deposition process. In-situ characterization of thin film growth provides a
comprehensive review of this increasingly important topic. Part one reviews electron diffraction
techniques, including the methodology for taking observations and measurements. Part two
covers photoemission techniques; the principles and instrumentation. Part three contains
alternative in-situ characterization techniques and the trend for combining different techniques.
It covers real-time characterization of the nucleation, growth, structural and electronic
properties of thin films.
Aimed at students, faculty and professionals in the aerospace field, this book provides practical
information on the development, analysis, and control of a single and/or multiple spacecraft in
space. This book is divided into two major sections: single and multiple satellite motion. The first
section analyses the orbital mechanics, orbital perturbations, and attitude dynamics of a single
satellite around the Earth. Using the knowledge of a single satellite motion, the translation of a
group of satellites called formation flying or constellation is explained. Formation flying has been
one of the main research topics over the last few years and this book explains different control
approaches to control the satellite attitude motion and/or to maintain the constellation
together. The control schemes are explained in the discrete domain such that it can be easily
implemented on the computer onboard the satellite. The key objective of the book is to show
the reader the practical and the implementation process in the discrete domain.


Aerodynamic measurements presents a comprehensive review of the theoretical bases which
experimental techniques used in aerodynamics are based on. Limitations of each method in
terms of accuracy, response time and complexity are addressed. This book serves as a guide to
choosing the most pertinent technique for each type of flow field including: 1D, 2D, 3D, steady
or unsteady, subsonic, supersonic or hypersonic.

Reinforcements are an integral part of all composites, and the quality and performance of the
composite can be optimised by modelling the type and structure of the reinforcement before
moulding. Composite reinforcements for optimum performance reviews the materials,
properties and modelling techniques used in selecting and using the right reinforcement in
optimising composite performance.




Eight expert authors have joined Duncan Manley to produce the new edition of this standard
industry reference. Substantially revised and updated, it is now some 25% longer than the
previous edition. It remains an essential guide for those seeking to improve efficiency and
encourage best practice in biscuit, cookie and cracker manufacturing plants.
Coal- and gas-based power plants currently supply the largest proportion of the world’s power
generation capacity. This book critically reviews the fundamental degradation mechanisms that
affect conventional power plant systems and components, noting mitigation routes alongside
monitoring and assessment methods. Maintenance and replacement routes are further
extended through chapters on the management and refurbishment of advanced systems and
components.




Conventional coal, oil and gas resources used worldwide for power production and
transportation are limited and unsustainable. Research and development continue apace into
the conversion of mainstream and alternative hydrocarbon fuels (fossil fuels), with the goal of
improving conversion efficiency for maximum fuel output with minimum environmental impact.
This book provides a comprehensive and systematic reference on the conversion processes and
technology applicable to the production of clean liquid fuels for both power generation and
transport industries.




Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) causes sudden failure of metals and other materials subjected to
stress in a corrosive environment, especially at elevated temperatures. The problem affects
industries such as petrochemical and nuclear power production. This book is divided into four
parts, looking at the mechanisms of stress corrosion cracking, how it affects particular metals
and the ways it can be monitored and managed in particular industries.




While products such as bananas, pineapples and kiwifruit have long been available to consumers
in temperate zones, novel fruits such as litchi and longan are now also entering the market.
Tropical and subtropical fruits are vulnerable to postharvest losses and may also be transported
long distances for sale. Therefore technologies for quality maintenance postharvest and a
thorough understanding of the underpinning biological mechanisms are essential. This
authoritative four-volume collection considers the postharvest biology and technology of
tropical and subtropical fruit. Volume 1 focuses on key issues of fruit physiology, quality, safety
and handling relevant to all those in the tropical and subtropical fruits supply chain.
While products such as bananas, pineapples, kiwifruit and citrus have long been available to
consumers in temperate zones, new fruits such as lychee, longan, carambola, and mangosteen
are now also entering the market. Confirmation of the health benefits of tropical and subtropical
fruit may also promote consumption further. Tropical and subtropical fruits are particularly
vulnerable to postharvest losses, and are also transported long distances for sale. Therefore
maximising their quality postharvest is essential and there have been many recent advances in
this area. Many tropical fruits are processed further into purees, juices and other value-added
products, so quality optimization of processed products is also important. These books cover
current state-of-the-art and emerging post-harvest and processing technologies. Volume 1
contains chapters on particular production stages and issues, whereas Volumes 2, 3 and 4
contain chapters focused on particular fruit.
Electrical motor products reviews the energy efficiency management laws for electrical motor
products in United States, European Union (EU) and China. The energy efficiency certification
requirements for the electrical motor products vary from country to country and are
summarised here. International standards, testing methods and certification requirements for
specific electrical motor products are discussed, including electric motors, pumps and fans.
Finally, methods for improving energy efficiency are examined.




This book, the first of its type, provides a comprehensive and in-depth coverage of the science
and technology of polymer modified bitumen. After an initial introduction to bitumen and
polymer modified bitumen, the book is divided into two parts. Part one focuses on the
preparation and properties of a range of polymer modified bitumen, including polymer bitumen
emulsions, modification of bitumen with poly(urethanes), waste rubber and plastic as well as
polypropylene fibres. Part two addresses the characterisation and properties of polymer
modified bitumen. Topics covered include rheology, simulated and actual long term ageing
studies, the solubility of bituminous binders in fuels and the use of Fourier transform infrared
spectroscopy to study ageing/oxidation of polymer modified bitumen. The book is an essential
reference for scientists and engineers from both academia and the civil engineering and
transport industries interested in the properties and characterisation of polymer modified
bitumen.
Nanocoatings and ultra-thin films gives a comprehensive account of state-of-the-art
nanocoatings and ultra-thin films. The book is divided into two sections, with the first section
covering the fundamentals, processes of deposition and characterisation of nanocoatings and
the second section covering the applications. The applications are as diverse as anti-fogging
coatings for glass through to corrosion control. The book is aimed at the glass and glazing,
automotive, electronics, aerospace, construction and biomedical industries in particular. It will
also be of benefit to any industries where ultra-thin coatings are used.

This book reviews specialist yarn and fabric structures. Written by an international team of
contributors, the text discusses the different types of specialist yarn structures such as hybrid
yarns, fancy yarns and rope structures. Fabrics made from specialist weave structures are also
discussed. The final part of the book explores multicomponent structures such as pile fabrics,
jacquard woven fabrics and flocked fabrics.
This handbook is a convenient one-volume guide to the major proteins used in the food industry.
The chapters, written by specialists from around the world, each focus on different food
proteins, providing the information that is required to select the right protein for a particular
application. Topics covered include sources, production, characteristics, functionalities and uses
in foods. Material is presented readily and accessibly, yet at the same time authoritatively.
This book contains the papers presented at the 7th International Conference on Compressors
and their Systems at City University London in conjunction with the IMECHE. This conference is
the ultimate global forum for reviewing the latest developments and novel approaches in
compressor research. It features contributions from equipment manufacturers, suppliers, users
and research organisations; these papers present developments in air, gas and refrigeration
compressors; vacuum pumps; expanders; and related systems and components. Papers cover
the design, development and operation of a wide range of compressors and expanders.
Equipment manufacturers, suppliers, users and research organisations are all represented.
Aspects covered include: present and future developments in scroll compressors; design and
optimisation of screw compressors; latest thinking in oscillating and vane compressors;
improving the function of valves; latest research in dynamic compressors; detailed analysis of
reciprocating compressors; improved accuracy and usefulness of modelling techniques;
developing better control of centrifugal compressors; and reducing unwanted noise and
Electromigration is a significant problem affecting the reliability of microelectronic devices such
as integrated circuits. Recent research has focussed on how electromigration affects the
increasing use by the microelectronics industry of lead-free solders and copper interconnects.
Part one reviews modelling and simulation of electromigration, part two discusses
electromigration in copper interconnects and part three covers electromigration in solder.




Progress in membrane materials, selective membrane design, and computer modelling and
simulation have contributed greatly to the application of advanced membranes in conventional
and alternative power sectors, as well as to clean industry applications. Research and
development of membrane systems continues apace towards the goal of simple, efficient, and
easily integrated systems that offer low-cost, reliable processing and operation. This book
presents a comprehensive review of membrane science and technology, focusing on
developments and applications in the areas of sustainable energy and clean-industry.




The opening chapters in Volume 2 of this essential collection address aspects of egg
contamination, with particular emphasis on Salmonella Enteritidis. Control of egg safety is the
focus of part two, and preharvest control of Salmonella, egg decontamination and egg defect
detection are among the topics reviewed. Part three addresses the nutritional and nutraceutical
properties of eggs.
The 2 volumes review essential research and best practice in the production and processing of
eggs with particular emphasis on their safety, nutritional and sensory quality. The opening
chapters in Volume 1 set the scene with information on egg production and consumption in
various countries. Following chapters introduce aspects of egg formation and chemistry and
provide an overview of egg quality. Chapters in parts three and four focus on egg production
systems and their influences on egg safety and quality.




With a rising population and the increasing range of textiles for medical products, the need to
understand and improve medical textiles is becoming increasingly important. This invaluable
reference provides a broad overview of the different types of medical textiles, as well as focusing
on specialised topics. Part one discusses the types and properties of medical textiles from
reusable textiles to fabrics with cosmetic effects. Part two focuses on how textiles interact with
skin. Part three provides the latest developments in textiles for hygiene and infection control and
part four concludes by providing a range of applications and case studies.




These books provide public health experts, nutritionists, students, scientists, development
professionals and policy makers with information on the current global scenario concerning
public health nutrition problems. Chapters discuss issues such as nutrition in reference to AIDS,
non-communicable diseases and emerging situations.


With issues such as a rising population and increasing concerns surrounding the environment
and infection prevention, the need to understand and improve hygiene and healthcare products
has become increasingly important. This book begins with an insight into the types of fibres used
and explores how hygiene and infection control textiles are designed and produced. Concluding
chapters discuss a range of applications.




Tailor welded blanks are sheets made from different strengths and thicknesses of steel pre-
welded together being pressed and shaped into the final component. They produce high-quality
components with the right grade and thickness of steel where they are most needed, providing
significant savings in weight and processing costs in such industries as automotive engineering.
Part one of this book reviews processing issues in product design, production methods, weld
integrity and deformation. Part two discusses applications in such areas as automotive and
aerospace engineering.
Due to their biocompatibility and bioactivity, bioactive glasses are used extensively as implant
materials throughout the human body to replace or repair damaged tissue. Once in vivo, this
man-made material gradually transforms to mimic natural bone. Consequently, this material has
been used extensively since its invention in the 60s and is widely researched throughout the
world. Bioactive glasses provides the reader with a comprehensive review of the current status
of this unique material and its applications, technologies and future trends. The first part of the
book discusses materials and mechanical properties with chapters on spun bioactive glasses, cell
interaction and regulatory issues. Part two reviews a wide range of applications in fields such as
tissue engineering, orthopaedics and wound healing.
Thin-film technology is used in the application of microelectronics, optics, magnetics, hard and
corrosion resistant coatings and micromechanics among others. This book provides a review of
the theory and techniques for the deposition of thin films. Thin film growth will help the reader
understand the variables affecting growth kinetics and microstructural evolution during
deposition. Part one covers the theory and modelling of thin film growth whilst part two
describes the techniques and mechanisms of film growth. This section covers examples such as
silicon nanostructured thin films, colloidal crystal thin films and graphene thin films. It also
contains discussion of pliable substrates and thin films for particular functions.




Biaxial stretching of film is used for a range of applications. Many products ranging from food
packaging to packages for fresh cut produce are produced by this process. The first set of
chapters review the fundamental principles of biaxial stretching. Emphasis is placed on the
technology as well the different types of polymers used. The second collection of chapters
examine applications for the process, including product labels, snack packaging and synthetic
paper. The book includes a discussion of future applications for biaxial stretching of film.




Given such properties as low density and high strength, polymer matrix composites have become
a widely used material in the aerospace and other industries. Polymer matrix composites and
technology provides a helpful overview of these materials, their processing and performance.
After an introductory chapter, part one reviews the main reinforcement and matrix materials
used as well as the nature of the interface between them. Part two discusses forming and
molding technologies for polymer matrix composites. The final part of the book covers key
aspects of performance, including tensile, compression, shear and bending properties as well as
impact, fatigue and creep behaviour.
Consumers seek meat products that are nutritionally-balanced, contain fewer added ingredients
and have excellent sensory characteristics. Processed meats must also be safe to eat. Producing
products that fulfill these requirements is not a trouble-free task. This book outlines key issues in
the area of processed meats. Part one outlines market-driven changes in processed meat
products. Further sections of the book focus on advances in meat product formulation and
processing technologies to improve product quality. Aspects covered include scientific modelling
of blended meat products, use of natural ingredients, the quality of restructured meat products
and the application of sensory science in product development, among other topics.
There is emerging evidence that nutrition in early life can influence later mental performance
and that diet in later life can reduce cognitive decline. Nutritional status may also have an impact
on psychiatric illness. This book reviews key topics in these areas. The first part of the book
explores nutritional influences on brain development, covering long-chain fatty acids and iron
among other micronutrients. A second group of chapters review issues associated with diet and
cognition, including the effects of hydration, caffeine and herbal extracts. The final section
covers nutritional influences on behavioural problems, psychiatric illness and cognitive decline
associated with ageing.




Computer technology has transformed textiles from their design through to their manufacture.
This book reflects the significant advances that have been made in computer technologies,
covering a wide range of topics from modelling to electronic textiles and apparel. Part one
provides a review of different computer-based technologies suitable for textile materials.
Chapters include computer technology for yarn structure, fabric defects and garment structure.
Part two discusses modelling and simulation of fibres and textiles, including the modelling of
yarn and garments. Part three concludes with a review of computer-based technologies specific
to apparel, ranging from 3D body scanning to electronic textiles.




Collaborative product assembly design and assembly planning presents several newly-developed
methodologies and applications for collaborative assembly design and assembly planning, two
important steps during the product development life cycle. These benefits include effective and
rapid assembly design and assembly planning, thereby reducing the development cost and
helping manufacturers enhance profit. With increased development in computer technologies
and the Internet, the traditional assembly design and assembly planning have evolved around
collaborative assembly design and assembly planning to speed up the product development
process. Research in this area has attracted much attention in the past decade. Based on
research work in the past few years, this book will present several newly-developed
methodologies and applications for collaborative assembly design and assembly planning to
improve the efficiency of product development in a collaborative design environment.




Chapters in Volume 3 review factors affecting the quality of different tropical and subtropical
fruits, concentrating on postharvest biology and technology. Important issues relevant to each
specific product are discussed, such as postharvest physiology, preharvest factors affecting
postharvest quality, quality maintenance postharvest, pests and diseases and value-added
processed products, among other topics.
Chapters in Volume 4 review factors affecting the quality of different tropical and subtropical
fruits, concentrating on postharvest biology and technology. Important issues relevant to each
specific product are discussed, such as postharvest physiology, preharvest factors affecting
postharvest quality, quality maintenance postharvest, pests and diseases and value-added
processed products, among other topics.




This authoritative reference work provides a detailed study of sustainable development of
textiles. The book opens with an introduction to the topic. The second part of the book is
dedicated to defining the principles of sustainability and relevant legislation in the industry.
Chapters in the third part of the book investigate the impact of textiles throughout the supply
chain. The book examines methods that can be used to reduce textile waste and improve
sustainability. A series of Life Cycle Assessments (LCA) carried out in the European textile
industry are investigated in the fifth part of the book. The book concludes with a discussion on
sustainable textiles from a marketing perspective.
Chapters in Volume 2 of this important collection review the factors affecting the quality of
different tropical and subtropical fruits from açai to citrus fruits. Important issues relevant to
each product are discussed, including means of maintaining quality and minimising losses
postharvest, recommended storage and transport conditions and processing methods, among
other topics.




Rice varieties differ greatly in their physicochemical properties and eating quality. Other factors
such as milling, ageing and parboiling also have a significant impact on rice characteristics. Over
time understanding of the scientific basis of rice quality has increased considerably. This book is
an essential reference for researchers and food industry professionals on this topic. Aspects
covered include rice physical properties, the effects on quality of the degree of rice milling, rice
ageing, rice cooking quality, nutritional aspects of rice, speciality rices and products made from
rice.
Superplastic forming is an advanced metalworking process that can form high-quality, complex
components in one operation. Simplifying traditional assembly methods also leads to more
lightweight components in such areas as automotive and aerospace engineering. This
comprehensive book reviews the various methods of superplastic forming of metals, ways of
modelling the process and applications in such areas as aerospace, dental and medical
engineering.




Electrospinning is most commonly associated with textile manufacturing. However recent
research and development have proven that the technology can be used to create organ
components and repair damaged tissues. This novel approach to tissue repair and regeneration
is being widely employed within the biomaterials sector as it produces nanofibres which create
the correct physical environment to promote cell migration and new tissue formation. The first
part of the book provides an introduction to the field with information on chemistry, process
control and regulatory issues. A second group of chapters discuss electrospinning for skin and
bone tissue regeneration. A final group of chapters analyse electrospinning for stem cell and
wound healing applications.
Wound repair is an important and lucrative sector of the medical industry. Consequently
significant and increasingly sophisticated biomaterials and strategies are continuously being
developed. Advanced wound repair therapies provides readers with up-to-date information on
fundamental, emerging and cutting-edge biomaterials concerned with healing internal and
external surgical and traumatic wounds. Part one provides readers with an introduction to
chronic wounds. Part two analyses therapies for chronic wounds. Chapters in part three discuss
molecular therapies for chronic wounds whilst part four reviews biologically-derived and cell-
based therapies for chronic wounds. The final group of chapters cover physical stimulation
therapies for chronic wounds.




The textile industry is increasingly based on on-going innovation and development of higher
performance products. This book explores the opportunities available to produce textiles with
different functions that improve the performance, protection and medical aspects of the
product. Part one reviews different types of functional textiles that can improve performance
and protection for the wearer. Chapters include ultraviolet protection of clothing and flame
retardant textiles. Part two addresses functions and new materials that provide health benefits
or protection. These topics range from superhydrophobic materials, textile chemicals and their
interaction with skin and novel pesticide protective clothing.




Over the past decade, computer supported data analysis by statistical methods has been one of
the fastest growth areas in chemometrics, biometrics and other related branches of natural,
technical and social sciences. This has been strongly supported by the development of
exploratory data analysis, testing assumptions about data, model and statistical methods and
computer intensive techniques. This book presents a combination of individual topics with
solved problems and a collection of experimental tasks. Methods suitable for extreme or small
and large datasets are described.
Superplasticity and grain boundaries in ultrafine-grained materials discusses a number of
problems associated with grain boundaries in polycrystals. The role of grain boundaries in
processes such as grain boundary diffusion, relaxation and grain growth is investigated. The
authors explore the formation and evolution of the microstructure, texture and ensembles of
grain boundaries in materials produced by severe plastic deformation. The book is highly
beneficial to metallurgists and researchers concerned with the problems of nanomaterials and
nanotechnology.

Diesel engine system design links everything diesel engineers need to know about engine
performance and system design in order for them to master all the essential topics quickly and
to solve practical design problems. Based on the author's unique experience in the field, it
enables engineers to come up with an appropriate specification at an early stage in the product
development cycle.
Weld distortion and buckling is caused by expansion and contraction of the weld and base metal
during the heating and cooling cycle of the welding process. This book reviews ways of
understanding and modelling welding residual stress and distortion. It also discusses a range of
techniques for minimising bowing, buckling and angular distortion.




Adhesives are widely used in the manufacture of electronic devices to act as passive and active
components. Recently there has been considerable interest in the use of conductive adhesives.
This book reviews key types of conductive adhesives, processing methods, properties and the
way they can be modelled as well as potential applications.

Bioactive materials in medicine provides readers with information on the current status and
developments in bioactive materials for medical applications. Initial chapters focus on the
fundamentals of bioactive materials with chapters on such topics as nanotechnology and tissue
engineering. Further chapters discuss laboratory design techniques with a view to clinical
applications. The final chapters review current biomedical applications such as drug delivery,
gene therapy, plastic surgery and the future direction of this increasingly important field.

The construction of buildings and structures relies on having a thorough understanding of
building materials. Building materials in civil engineering provides an overview of the complete
range of building materials available to civil engineers and all those involved in the building and
construction industries. Chapters cover the basic properties of building materials including
cement, concrete, mortar, construction steel and wood. The book also examines materials used
for insulation and finishing. It serves as an essential reference for civil and construction
engineering students and professionals alike.
The book begins by considering the main types of decorative material and the physical,
mechanical and other properties they require. It then discusses types and potential uses of
decorative stone materials such as marble, granite, slate or gypsum. It then goes on to discuss
the ways cement and concrete can be used for decorative effect, before considering the role of
ceramics in such areas as tiling. The following chapters review decorative glass for windows or
facades, metals and wood before assessing polymer materials such as plastics and textiles. The
final group of chapters discuss coatings, including waterproofing materials, multi-functional
materials used for such purposes as soundproofing and thermal insulation, and the use of more
sustainable decorative materials.
Multifunctional and nanoreinforced polymers for food packaging provides a comprehensive
review of polymers for use in packaging with more than one functional purpose. Recent
developments in multifunctional polymers and nanoreinforced polymers provide the
opportunity to produce active packaging, in addition to increasing the shelf life of products. The
book focuses on the materials science and engineering of multifunctional polymers intended for
use in food packaging.
This book contains the papers presented at the IMechE and SAE International, Vehicle Thermal
Management Systems Conference (VTMS10), held at the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon,
Warwickshire, 15-19th May 2011. VTMS10 is an International Conference organised by the
Automobile Division and the Combustion Engines and Fuels Group of the IMechE and SAE
International. The event is aimed at anyone involved with vehicle heat transfer, members of the
OEM, tier one suppliers, component and software suppliers, consultants, and academics
interested in all areas of thermal energy management in vehicles. This vibrant conference, the
tenth VTMS, addresses the latest analytical and development tools and techniques, with sessions
on: Alternative Powertrain, Emissions, Engines, Heat Exchange/Manufacture, Heating, A/C,
Comfort, Underhood, and External/Internal Component Flows. It covers the latest in research
and technological advances in the field of heat transfer, energy management, comfort and the
efficient management of all thermal systems within the vehicle.
This book provides theoretical and experimental investigations on vessels under external
pressure together with design hints. Highly beneficial to naval architects, ocean engineers,
pressure vessel designers and aeronautical engineers and post graduates, it is illustrated with
180 diagrams and 120 references.




This book reviews the wealth of research into shape memory and superelastic alloys that has
resulted in a wide range of new industrial applications. The first part of the book discusses the
processing of TiNi, Cu and Fe-based shape memory alloys. The second part of the book
summarises the diverse applications of these flexible materials in sectors such as electronics,
construction, automotive, aerospace and medical engineering as well as sports and leisure.




This book provides a systematic and comprehensive reference on small- and micro-CHP
(combined heat and power) systems suitable for buildings, commercial and industrial facilities,
and local heat networks and microgrids. Benefits of using this type of cogeneration plant include
a vastly improved energy efficiency achieving 80-90% energy output from the same amount of
fuel, compared to 40-50% for conventional systems and reduced carbon dioxide and waste heat
emissions helping to reduce any negative environmental impacts. The book also reviews the
design and development of small- and micro-CHP systems and critically reviews applications of
this important technology.
The first edition of Functional foods quickly established itself as an essential and authoritative
guide to this area. The book sets itself apart from most other publications in the field as it
presents information on regulatory aspects, health effects of functional food components and
technical aspects of the production of functional foods in one volume. There has been a
remarkable amount of research devoted to health-promoting foods in recent years and the
functional food market has grown significantly. This new edition brings the text up-to-date and
contains additional contributions from leaders in the field.




Fatigue is often a precursor to the fracture of a welded joint. This book summarises the latest
research in understanding fatigue and fracture in welded joints and structures. Part one reviews
welded joints with chapters on fatigue strength assessment of local stresses, the use of fracture
mechanics in fatigue and failure analysis and ways of improving weld joint class systems. Part
two discusses welded structures with chapters on fatigue design rules for welded structures,
fatigue assessment methods for variable amplitude loading, improving fatigue design using local
approaches and modelling residual stresses in predicting the service life of welded structures.

Diets high in saturated fats may raise blood cholesterol and increase the risk of heart disease,
but reducing saturated fats in foods is not straightforward as they impact food stability and
sensory quality. Recent research also suggests that particular saturated fatty acids have different
effects on health, raising questions about how best to reformulate foods. Reducing saturated
fats in foods considers key issues relating to saturated fats in foods. The first section of this book
reviews functional and nutritional aspects of saturated fats. Following chapters explore the
reformulation of particular products to reduce their saturated fat levels.




The use of fibrous materials in civil engineering, both as structural reinforcement and in non-
structural applications such as geotextiles, is an important development. Fibrous and composite
materials for civil engineering applications analyses types and properties of textiles and their use
in knitted, woven and fabric structures as well as their applications in such areas as the
reinforcement of concrete and as insulation materials.




Non-crimp fabric (NCF) composites are composites that are reinforced with woven mats of
straight (non-crimped) fibres. Straight fibres deform much less under tension. NCF composites
are being used in applications in the aerospace, automotive, civil engineering and wind turbine
sector where strength is important. Non-crimp fabric composites reviews production, properties
and applications of this important class of composites.
This collection provides a broad overview of textile design ranging from woven and knitted fabric
design through to the dyeing, finishing and printing aspects of textile design. Practical case
studies are included, such as the design of textiles within the fashion and interior design
industries. Concluding chapters explore the design aspects of technical textiles. Written by a
distinguished team of authors, this collection is an invaluable source of information on textile
design and is suitable for design professionals in the textile and fashion industries, as well as
those in academia.

This book provides an introduction to quality management in spinning operations. Chapters
discuss the impact of yarn parameters on spinning and the causes of quality and other problems
related to spinning.

This book discusses recent trends in soft beverages. Chapters discuss chemical composition,
health benefits and by-products. Recent trends in value addition are also examined in detail.




The stability and shelf life of foods and beverages are critical to their success in the market place,
yet companies can experience considerable difficulties in defining and understanding the factors
that influence stability over a desired storage period. This volume is an essential reference on
product stability and shelf life. Part one outlines processes of food deterioration and factors
influencing shelf life, while chapters in part two cover shelf life evaluation. The final section of
the book looks at the stability and shelf life of a wide range of different food and beverage
products.




High-temperature superconductors reviews growth techniques, properties and applications of
key high-temperature superconducting films. The first part of the book provides an overview of
high-temperature superconductor properties such as optical conductivity and transport
properties. Part two reviews the growth and properties of particular types of superconducing
film and part three describes how they can be applied in practice in various areas of electronics.




Polymer-carbon nanotube composites reviews the use of carbon nanotubes as reinforcements in
a polymer matrix, creating a new class of nanocomposites with useful properties and wide
potential applications. Part one discusses preparation and processing techniques. Part two
analyses key properties and ways of characterising polymer carbon nanotube composites. The
final part of the book covers some of the important applications of this new group of materials.
One of the most important factors in ensuring successful osseointegration is the stability of the
implant after its insertion. In order to achieve optimum conditions for implantation, it is often
necessary to prepare the area and reconstruct the bone to ensure that it is the correct shape
and size for the implant. Preprosthetic and maxillofacial surgery provides a thorough review of
the current status and future direction of this important field. Part one reviews bone grafting for
implantology and reconstructive preprosthetic surgery. Chapters in Part two discuss
reconstruction and rehabilitation whilst the final group of chapters analyse tissue engineering
applications.




The use of magnesium alloys is increasing in a range of applications wherever lightweight
materials are needed. As a result, there has been significant new research to understand the
corrosion processes affecting these vital alloys. This important reference covers the differing
metallurgical and environmental factors affecting the corrosion of magnesium and its alloys as
well as ways of protecting them.




Nanostructured metals and alloys have enhanced tensile strength, fatigue strength and ductility
and are suitable for use in applications where strength or strength-to-weight ratios are
important. Part one of this important book reviews processing techniques for bulk
nanostructured metals and alloys. Parts two and three discuss microstructure and mechanical
properties, whilst part four outlines applications of this new class of material.




Issues related to food integrity are becoming increasingly important. Guaranteeing the
authenticity, geographical origin, traceability and safety of foods requires new diagnostic tools
and implementation of new information systems. This book outlines recent research and
practice in this fast-moving field. It will increase the reader's ability to predict and implement
actions to prevent a breach in the integrity of food production. Different sections of the book are
devoted to the key areas of food tracing and tracking, food authenticity and origin and food
safety and quality.
Advanced separation technology is key to closing the nuclear fuel cycle and relieving future
generations from the burden of radioactive waste produced by the nuclear power industry.
Nuclear fuel reprocessing allows for reuse of useful fuel components for further power
generation, while the separation of actinides, lanthanides and other fission products means that
residual radioactive waste can be minimised. The future of the nuclear industry relies on the
advancement of this technology to ensure environmental protection, criticality-safety and non-
proliferation. This book provides a comprehensive and timely reference on the fundamental
issues of radioactive materials separations, with critical reviews of established and emerging
techniques.


Scientific computing is about developing mathematical models, numerical methods and
computer implementations to study and solve real problems in science, engineering, business
and even social sciences. This essential guide provides the reader with sufficient foundations in
these areas to venture into more advanced texts. The book presents the open source tool for
numerical computing numEclipse and studies the classical methods of numerical analysis.
Numerical algorithms and their implementations are presented using numEclipse.
This book is an important text for designers, engineers and technicians involved in the
manufacture and use of knitted textiles and garments. The first set of chapters begins with a
review of the fundamental principles of knitting, including types of knitting and properties
achieved. Part two of the book reviews the major technological advances in knitting such as
advances in weft knitting and knitted fabric composites. Part three discusses technical knitted
applications such as medical textiles.

Nanostructured silicon-germanium (SiGe) provides the prospect of novel and enhanced
electronic device performance. This book reviews the materials science and technology of SiGe
nanostructures, including crystal growth, fabrication of nanostructures, material properties and
applications in electronics.




Oxy-fuel combustion is currently considered to be one of the major technologies for carbon
dioxide (CO2) capture in power plants. The advantages of using oxygen (O2) instead of air for
combustion include a CO2-enriched flue gas that is ready for sequestration following purification
and low NOx emissions. This book critically reviews the fundamental principles, processes and
technology of oxy-fuel combustion, including advanced concepts for its implementation.
There is a growing trend towards the use of natural (sustainable) fibres as reinforcements in
composites. One of the major mechanisms of failure in such composites is the breakdown of the
bond or interface between the reinforcement fibres and the matrix. When this happens, the
composite loses strength and fails. By engineering the interface between fibres and the matrix,
the properties of the composite can be manipulated to give maximum performance. This book
reviews both processing and surface treatments to improve interfacial adhesion in natural fibre
composites as well as ways of testing their resulting properties.




Hydrogels are a type of polymer which, through a range of chemistries, can be manipulated to
alter and control the hydrogel’s interactions with cells and tissues. Due to their significant water
content, hydrogels possess a degree of flexibility similar to natural tissue. This book explores the
diverse range and use of hydrogels, focusing on processing methods and novel applications.
Chapters in part one review methods of synthesising hydrogels, including chapters on hydrogel
swelling and controling the structure and properties of hydrogels. The final group of chapters
analyse applications such as spinal implants and ophthalmic prostheses.
Children’s growth, development and health potentials are dependent on the nutrient quantity
and quality of their diet, yet many children’s diets are not optimal. This book reviews key topics
in this area. Part one focuses on pre-adult nutrition and health, with chapters on children’s
dietary needs, childhood obesity and the links between diet, behaviour and cognition in children.
Following chapters review children’s food choices, with discussion of the effects of food
promotion on food preferences and the effective design of interventions to improve children’s
food choices. Consumer testing of food products using children is also covered at the end of the
volume.
Mycotoxin contamination remains a significant concern for both the food processing and animal
feed industries. With contributions from leading experts, this book reviews key topics in the
determination of mycotoxins and mycotoxigenic fungi in food and feed. The first part of the
book contains chapters on sampling for mycotoxins and methods of sample preparation and
clean-up. Following chapters outline methods for mycotoxin determination, with additional
contributions on quality assurance and official methods. Part three reviews biomarkers for
mycotoxins and part four focuses on determining mycotoxigenic fungi. Final chapters cover novel
methods for mycotoxin analysis, such as biosensors.




Tribology for engineers discusses recent research and applications of principles of friction, wear
and lubrication, and provides the fundamentals and advances in tribology for modern industry.
The book examines tribology with special emphasis on surface topography, wear of materials
and lubrication, and includes dedicated coverage on the fundamentals of micro and
nanotribology. The book serves as a valuable reference for academics, tribology and materials
researchers, mechanical, physics and materials engineers and professional in related industries
with tribology.
The development of novel injectable biomaterials to be used in non-invasive surgical procedures
has attracted much attention in recent years. Their easy deliverability into the body is the critical
advantage, since it allows their deployment to the implantation site using minimally invasive
surgical techniques. This book provides comprehensive coverage of this important technology.
Part one discusses materials and mechanical properties of injectable biomaterials. Chapters in
part two cover clinical applications such as drug delivery and a final group of chapters analyse
technologies and developments.




Radioactive wastes are generated from a wide range of sources presenting a variety of
challenges in dealing with a diverse set of radionuclides of varying concentrations. Conditioning
technologies are essential for the encapsulation and immobilisation of these radioactive wastes,
forming the initial engineered barrier required for their transportation, storage and disposal. The
need to ensure the long term performance of radioactive waste forms is a key driver in the
development of advanced conditioning technologies. This book provides a comprehensive and
systematic reference on the various options available and as well as those under development
for the treatment and immobilisation of radioactive wastes.
Wear comfort is one of the most important properties of clothing demanded by consumers. Part
one of this book reviews the fundamental principles of comfort. A second group of chapters
examine the measurement and assessment of comfort, including both laboratory measurement
and consumer perceptions of comfort. Subsequent topics analyse how to improve the physical
aspects of comfort in textiles and apparel. The final part of the book offers a selection of case
studies involving the incorporation of comfort into medical, military, firefighter and sportswear
applications.




Thermal barrier coatings are used to counteract the effects of high temperature corrosion and
degradation of materials exposed to environments with high operating temperatures. The book
covers both ceramic and metallic thermal barrier coatings as well as the latest advances in
physical vapour deposition and plasma spraying techniques. Advances in nanostructured thermal
barrier coatings are also discussed. The book reviews potential failure mechanisms in thermal
barrier coatings as well as ways of testing performance and predicting service life. A final chapter
reviews emerging materials, processes and technologies in the field.




Compared with electroplating, electroless plating allows uniform deposits over different
surfaces. Electroless copper and nickel-phosphorus deposits provide protective and functional
coatings in industries as diverse as electronics, automotive, aerospace and chemical engineering.
Written by leading experts in the field, this important book reviews the deposition process and
the key properties of electroless copper and nickel-phosphorus deposits as well as their practical
applications.
Short Contents


Part 1 Core technologies: Materials; Micro-electrodes and nano-electronics; Micro-assembly and micro-
packaging techniques; Biofuel cells - implantable power sources; Packaging and coating materials for devices;
Implant interface; Micro electro mechanical systems (MEMS); Implantable wireless body area networks. Part
2 Considerations: Clinical/non-clinical testing; Biocompatibility and long term stability; Sterilisation methods.
Part 3 Applications: Functional electrical stimulation systems; Cochlear implant; Retina implant; Tripolar
Nerve Interfaces for Recording; Implantable pressure monitor.
Part 1 Fundamentals of joining and assembly: Overview of joining methods in medical applications;Testing
bond strength; Adhesives in bonding and sealing of medical devices; Modeling joints in medical devices. Part
2 Processes: Microwelding in medical components and devices; Laser welding of medical plastics; Advanced
metal-ceramic joining techniques in orthopedic implants; Microjoining and Assembly in cardiovascular device
applications; Cross-wire bonding; Laser hermetic sealing processes; Ultrasonic welding of metals for medical
applications. Part 3 Safety and regulatory considerations: Tissue adhesives and sealants; New injectable
antibacterial composites for bone and tooth repair; The effect of sterilization on joints in medical devices.

Part 1 Key technology issues: Fundamental principles; Solar resource and siting; Techno-economic
assessment. Part 2 CSP system developments: Linear Fresnel; Parabolic trough; Central tower; Parabolic dish;
Concentrated photovoltaics; Thermal energy storage; Hybridisation; Economic outlook and market modelling.
Part 3 Systems optimisation, improvement and application: Collectors and absorber materials; Optimisation
of plant designs; Heliostat size analysis; Design and cost-effective optimization of central receivers; Heat flux
and high temperature measurement; Solar fuels and industrial solar chemistry.

Part 1 An introduction to computer vision in the food and beverage industries: Image acquisition;
Hyperspectral and multispectral imaging; Other image acquisition methods; Image processing techniques.
Part 2 Computer vision in different food and beverage unit operations and industry sectors: Automated
sorting; Foreign body detection and removal; Automated cutting; Computer vision in the meat industry;
Computer vision in the poultry industry; Computer vision in the seafood industry; Fruit, vegetable and nut
quality evaluation and control using computer vision; Acoustic imaging methods for quality control of fruit
and vegetables; Grain quality evaluation by computer vision; Computer vision in the bakery industry; Image
analysis of food microstructure.
Part 1 Introductory issues: Definitions, regulations, health claims associated with dietary fibre and wholegrain
foods; Dietary fibre analysis in foods; Health aspects of dietary fibre; Health aspects of wholegrain foods; The
range of fibre dietary ingredients and a comparison of their functionality; Consumption and consumer
challenges of wholegrain foods. Part 2 Dietary fibre sources: Breeding and cultivation of cereal grains with
higher fibre contents; Wheat bran enriched ingredients; Wet fractionation for improved and healthy grain
ingredients; Vegetable, fruit and potato fibres. Part 3 Improving the quality of fibre-rich cereal products:
Breads; Resistant starches in baking; Biscuits, cookies, crackers and snack bars; Cakes and pastries; Noodles.
Part 4 Improving the quality of other fibre-rich foods: Dairy products; Meat products; Seafood; Beverages;
Snack foods; Companion animal foods; Infant nutrition.
Part 1 MEMS for automotive applications: MEMS for automotive passenger safety; MEMS for automotive
vehicle stability control; MEMS for automotive tire pressure monitoring; MEMS for automotive engine
management; MEMS for active friction control and vibration damping in automotives. Part 2 MEMS for
aerospace applications: MEMS for active drag reduction in aircraft; MEMS inertial navigation systems for
aircraft; MEMS sensors and actuators for aircraft turbine monitoring and control; MEMS for structural health
monitoring in aircrafts; MEMS thrusters for nano and pico satellites.
Part 1 Solar power: Silicon PV; Thin film PV; Thermophotovoltaics; Photoelectrochemical solar cells. Part 2
Hydrogen production and storage: Hydrogen electrolysers; Hydrogen production; Hydrogen storage. Part 3
Fuel cells: Fuels; PEMFC membranes; PEMFC catalysts; DMFCs; SOFC electrolytes and ion conductors; Novel
SOFC cathodes; Novel SOFC anodes; Thin film SOFC materials; SOFC proton conductors. Part 4 Demand
reduction and energy storage: Demand reduction options; Solid-state lighting (LEDs); Energy harvesting;
Batteries; Magnetic materials. Appendix: Materials simulation and development.




Part 1 Fundamentals of semiconductor lasers: Principles of semiconductor lasers; Growth of semiconductor
laser structures; Photonic crystal lasers; Nitride lasers; Vertical cavity surface emitting lasers (VCSELs);
Semiconductor disk lasers (VECSELs); Semiconductor lasers on silicon. Part 2 Applications of visible and near-
infrared emitting lasers: Type-I quantum well antimonide lasers; Type II and interband cascade lasers;
Quantum cascade lasers (mid-IR); THz quantum cascade lasers; Whispering gallery mode lasers; Tunable
diode laser absorption spectroscopy.


Renewable lubricants; Principles of lubrication; Lubricant properties and characteristics; Transition from fossil
to bio; Renewable feedstocks; Chemical transformations of feedstocks; Formulated lubricating oils; Quality
assurance of biolubricants; Product-focused legislation; Biolubricant product development; Lubricants and
the environment; Biolubricant product groups and applications; Markets for biolubricants; From use to end-of-
waste; Advanced lubricant fluids; Outlook for biolubrication science and technology.


Part 1 Analytical methods and risk assessment: Gas chromatography and mass spectroscopy techniques for
the detection of chemical contaminants and residues in foods; HPLC-MS techniques; Immunochemical-based
screening techniques; Bioassays; Risk assessment. Part 2 Major chemical contaminants of foods: Veterinary
drug residues; Toxic metals and metalloids; Dioxins and PCBs; Other environmental organic contaminants;
Pesticides; Heat-generated toxicants; Mycotoxins; Phycotoxins; Other natural toxicants in foods. Part 3
Contamination of particular foods: Red meat; Poultry and eggs; Fish and crustaceans; Shellfish; Cereals.

Part 1 Introduction to ATILA finite element modelling: Overview of the ATILA finite element modelling
software code; The capacity of the new version of ATILA; Loss integration in ATILA software. Part 2 Case
studies in designing devices: Thermal analysis in piezoelectric and magnetostrictive material; Damping of
structures with piezoelectric materials; Finite element analysis of flexural vibration of stiffened cylindrical
shells; Utilization of piezoelectric polarization in ATILA: usual to original; Designing underwater piezoelectric
transducers using ATILA; Simulating the piezoelectric impulse drive mechanism in ATILA; Designing
magnetostrictive transducers with ATILA; Designing MEMS actuators with ATILA; Designing ultrasonic motors
with ATILA; Piezo-composite applications of ATILA; Photonic crystal applications of ATILA; Finite element
modelling and boundary element modelling of single crystal materials; Harmonic analysis on the behaviour of
single crystal devices in ATILA.
Part 1 Legislation and initiatives to manage WEEE: Global e-waste initiatives; EU legislation relating to
electronic waste: the WEEE and RoHS Directives; The present recast of the WEEE Directive; The WEEE Forum
and the WEEELABEX project; Conformity assessment of WEEE take-back schemes: the case of Switzerland;
Eco-efficiency evaluation of WEEE take-back systems. Part 2 Technologies for refurbishment, treatment and
recycling of waste electronics: The materials of WEEE; Refurbishment and re-use of WEEE; Shredding, sorting
and recovery of metals from WEEE: linking design to resource efficiency; Mechanical methods of recycling
plastics from WEEE; Pyrolysis of WEEE plastics; Chemical or feedstock recycling of WEEE plastics. Part 3
Electronic products that present particular challenges for recyclers: Recycling printed circuit boards; Recycling
liquid crystal displays; Recycling cooling and freezing appliances; End-of-life options for printed electronics;
Recycling batteries. Part 4 Sustainable design of electronics and supply chains: EuP, the European directive on
EcoDesign; Sustainable electronic product design; Reducing hazardous materials in electronics; Examining
Part 1 Properties and considerations: Nano-porous materials/biomaterials; Nano-crystalline
materials/biomaterials; Nano-reinforced materials/biomaterials; Coatings. Part 2 Drug delivery systems:
Targeted nano delivery systems; Peptides for targeted drug delivery; Magnetic nanoparticles for cancer
treatment; Emerging technology for RNA and DNA delivery. Part 3 Imaging and diagnosis: Micro fluidics;
Nanowires; Cancer screening; Nanobiosensors. Part 4 Regenerative medicine: Nanotubes for tissue
engineering; Engineering and design; Rapid skin grafts; Cartilage and bone repair; The coming era of
nanomedicine.

Part 1 Medical applications: Brain imaging; neural activation imaging; Ophthalmic imaging; Cardiovascular
imaging; Musculoskeletal imaging; Whole body imaging; PET imaging; Intravascular MR; Imaging stem cell
therapies. Part 2 Biomaterials and processes: Imaging interfaces in biomaterials; optical imaging of
biomaterials; Chemical state imaging methods; Nanocinfinement.


Biocompatibility of current materials; The concept of biocompatibility; New materials for the future; A
process for the evaluation and selection of biomaterials; Biological safety evaluation planning; Physio-
chemical characterization of medical devices: Principles and uses; Allowing limits for toxic leachables;
Common biocompatibility tests and when to use them; Making the best use of hemocompatibility tests;
Biocompatibility and performances of medical devices from the notified body standpoint; Medical device
regulations in Japan; Medical device regulations in China; Case study: Overcoming adverse tests results during
manufacture; Methods and interpretation of performance studies for soft tissues implants; Methods and
interpretation of performance studies for bone implants; Methods and interpretation of performance studies
for dental implants; Mechanical testing for soft and hard tissues implants: An overview; Understanding the
microscopic and ultrastructural assessment of implantable medical devices.
Part 1 Principles and transduction approaches: Introduction to biosensors; Optical biosensors; Electro-
chemical biosensors; Piezoelectric sensors; Electronic nose technology; Catalytic sensors; Nano-wire arrays;
Nano-sized biosensors; Ion channel biosensos; Affinity biosensor; Lab-on-chip (micro/nano-fluidics); Wearable
sensors; Non-invasive sensors; Invasive monitoring. Part 2 Applications: Affibodies as an alternative to
antibodies in biosensors for cancer markers; Drug testing; Disease biomarkers; DNA /RNA biosensors.

Part 1 Fundamentals: Wetting in brazing; Safety of brazed joints; Modelling of brazing process. Part 2
Materials: Brazing of alloys; Brazing of cutting materials; High temperature brazing; Brazing of diamonds;
Brazing of oxide; Brazing of nickel; Aluminium and steel brazing; Controlled atmosphere brazing of
aluminium; Metal brazing of ceramic composites; Coating by brazing; Brazing of ceramic metal joints. Part 3
Applications: Design and materials; Brazing for electrical, packaging and structural applications; Glass as
brazing materials for high temperature applications; Nickel-based filler metals for pipes and other
components in contact with drinking water; Fluxless brazing of aluminium.
Introduction: definition and challenges of sterilisation. Part 1 Sterilisation techniques: Steam and dry heat
sterilisation; Radiation sterilisation; ETO sterilisation; Plasma sterilisation; Packaging for sterilized medical
devices; Sterilisation techniques for polymers; Comparison of sterilisation techniques for metals. Part 2 Future
challenges: The sterilisation of tissue allografts and medical devices by ionising radiation; Prions and
endotoxins; Antimicrobial coatings for “self-sterilisation”; Conclusions.
Part 1 Requirements for food ingredient and nutraceutical delivery systems: Introduction; Components
carried and the difficulties they present; Building blocks for delivery systems; Interaction of delivery systems
with the GI tract. Part 2 Processing technology approaches to produce encapsulation and delivery systems:
Spray drying and related processes; Spray-cooling and spray-chilling; Extrusion; Fluid bed coating and other
coating methods. Part 3 Physicochemical approaches to produce encapsulation and delivery systems:
Polymeric amphiphiles; Liposomes; Colloidal nanoscale particles and emulsions; Solid lipid nanoparticles;
Structured oils and fats; Hydrogel particles and other novel protein-based methods; Novel approaches based
on polysaccharides and protein-polysaccharide complexes. Part 4 Characterization and applications of
delivery systems: An industry perspective on flavour delivery systems; An industry perspective on fish oil
delivery systems; An industry perspective on iron micronutrient delivery systems.
Part 1 Packaging fundamentals: Packaging and society; The packaging supply chain; Packaging functions;
Packaging and legislation; Packaging and environmental sustainability; Packaging and marketing. Part 2
Packaging materials and components: Glass packaging; Metal packaging; Paper and board packaging;
Corrugated board packaging; Polymer chemistry; Plastics properties; Plastics manufacturing processes;
Closures; Adhesives; Labels; Material summary and comparisons. Part 3 Packaging processes: Packaging
design and development; Printing for packaging; Packaging machinery and line operations; Quality
requirements; Hazard and risk management.


Part 1 Introduction to immunity and inflammation: Innate and acquired immunity; The gut-associated
immune system; Inflammation and chronic inflammatory diseases; Chronic low grade inflammation. Part 2
Food constituents, immunity and inflammation: Probiotics; Prebiotics; Bioactive peptides; Gangliosides; Plant
polyphenolics; Mushroom glucans; Zinc; Selenium; Iron; Vitamin A; Vitamin D; Short chain fatty acids; Long
chain fatty acids; Olive oil; Plant foods; Glutamine; Arginine. Part 3 Other important dietary issues relating to
immunity and inflammation: Adverse immune reactions to foods; The immune system during ageing;
Exercise, nutrition and immunity.

Herbs, spices and their active components as natural antimicrobials in foods; Effect of natural antioxidants in
herbs and spices on shelf life of foods; Ajowan; Aniseed; Asafoetida; Allspice; Capers and caperberries;
Caraway; Celery; Chervil; Fennel and fennel seed; Galangal; Kaffir lime leaf; Lavender; Lemongrass; Lovage;
Nigella; Oregano; Poppy; Sesame; Star anise; Tarragon; Tamarind; Other significant herbs and spices.




Part 1 Short fiber based processing: Injection moulding; Compression moulding; Extrusion. Part 2
Thermoplastic based processing: Sheet forming; Filament winding of thermoplastics; Thermoplastic tape
replacement. Part 3 Thermoset based processing: Resin transfer moulding; Vacuum assisted resin transfer
moulding; Compression resin transfer moulding; Resin film infusion; Vacuum assisted processes; Pultrusion;
Autoclave processing.
Part 1 Introduction: Overview of the nuclear fuel cycle; Radiological protection; Security; Public acceptability;
Economics and sustainability. Part 2 Uranium and thorium nuclear fuel cycle: Production of uranium and
thorium; Uranium enrichment; Fuel element design and fabrication; Thorium fuel cycle. Part 3 Impact of
reactor design and operation on fuel irradiation: Water cooled thermal reactors; Candu reactors; Gas-cooled
thermal reactors; Fast reactors and Generation IV reactor designs; Modelling fuel behaviour. Part 4 Spent
nuclear fuel and radioactive waste management: Management; Reprocessing; Partitioning and
transmutation; Disposal; Packaging, transportation and storage; Integrated knowledge management.
Appendix: International cooperation and nuclear power.
Part 1 Types of polymer nanocomposite according to filler: Carbon nanotube based nanocomposites;
Graphite sheets as fillers in polymer nanocomposites; Calcium carbonate nanocomposites. Part 2 Types of
polymer nanocomposite according to base: PVC-based polymer nanocomposites; Nylon-based polymer
nanocomposites; PET-based polymer nanocomposites; Soft polymer nanocomposite and gels. Part 3
Applications: Polymer nanocomposites for aerospace applications; Flame retardant polymer nanocomposites;
Polymer nanocomposites for optical applications.
Part 1 Market trends: The current structure of the global textile industry; Trends in textile markets and their
implications for textile products and processes; The impact of environmental regulation on future textile
products and processes. Part 2 Developments in management, training and technology: Improving R&D
techniques in the textile industry; Strategic technology road mapping in the textile industry; Higher education
courses in textile science; Recent advances in textile manufacturing technology; Recent advances in garment
manufacturing technology; Automating textile preforming technology for mass production of FRP composites.

Belt and rope drives; Gears; Design of cone drums in spinning; Types of cams in textile and their design;
Equations of motion and textile application; Energy, Force and moments in textile machines; Friction in textile
machines; Clutches; Sley movement.




Part 1 Radionuclide chemistry in natural environment: Fundamentals of aquatic chemistry; Aquatic chemistry
of the actinides; Aquatic chemistry of fission and activation products; Significance of natural organics;
Microorganisms and radionuclide chemistry. Part 2 Radionuclide migration: Main hydrological features for
radionuclide migration; Radionuclide retention at the solid/liquid interfaces; Radionuclide migration: coupling
transport and chemistry; Colloidal reactions of radionuclides; Natural analogues for radionuclide migration
models; In-situ experiments for validating radionuclide migration models; Radionuclide transfer processes in
the ecosphere. Part 3 Environmental impact and remediation: Biosphere pathways and modeling;
Quantitative assessment in nuclear waste disposal; Quantitative assessment in a contaminated surface site;
Remediation of contaminated sites.


Part 1 Types and properties of medical polymers: The effect of molecular structure on the mechanical
properties of biomedical polymers; Processing and shaping biodegradable polymers; Understanding and
modelling transport phenomena and degradation in biomedical polymer; Synthetic bioresporpable polymers;
Using synthetic polymers for orthopaedic tissue regeneration. Part 2 Aspects of durability and reliability of
medical polymers: The effect of mechanical loading on biomedical polymers; Wear processes in polymer
implants; Ageing processes of biomedical polymers in the body; The failure of synthetic polymeric medical
devices; Manufacturing defects in polymeric medical devices.
Part 1 Introduction: Automatic process control for the food industry; Robotics in the food industry; SCADA
and related systems. Part 2 Instrumentation and techniques for automated process control: Introduction to
sensors; Optical sensors and online spectroscopy; Wireless sensor networks; Machine vision; Intelligent
control systems. Part 3 Automation and robotics in particular unit operations and sectors: Automatic control
of batch thermal processing; Automatic control of food chilling and freezing; Robotics for upstream
processing; Automation and robotics for bulk sorting; Advances in gripper technologies. Part 4 Current and
future applications of robotics and automation in selected unit operations and industry sectors: Fresh
produce; Meat processing; Poultry processing; Seafood processing; Confectionery industry; Automation for a
sustainable food industry.
Life cycles of complex engineering systems; Systems acquisition principles; Systems design, Management of
engineering design changes; Systems testing and certification; Operations support and logistics; Systems
maintenance and reliability; Mid-life upgrade; Architecture for designing support systems; Performance and
risks analysis; Continuous improvement.




Part I Yarns and weaving technology: Types and properties of fibres and yarns for weaving; Yarn preparation
for weaving: winding and warping; Yarn preparation for weaving: sizing; The fundamentals of weaving
technology. Part II Woven structures: Woven structures and their characteristics; CAD systems for woven
textile design; Modelling the structure of woven fabrics; 3D woven structures. Part III Applications:
Automotive interiors and other transport applications; Woven apparel fabrics; Geotextiles.


Part 1 General principles: Understanding and controlling microstructural evolution in metal forming - an
overview; Techniques for modelling microstructure evolution in metal forming processes; Recrystallisation
and grain growth in hot working of steels; Microstructure evolution during severe thermo-mechanical
treatment of metals to improve grain size. Part 2 Microstructure evolution in the processing of steel:
Modelling phase transformations in steel; Determining unified constitutive equations for modelling hot
forming of steel; Modelling phase transformations in hot stamping and cold die quenching of steels;
Modelling microstructure evolution and work hardening in conventional and ultrafine-grained micro-alloyed
steels. Part 3 Microstructure evolution in the processing of other metals: Ageing behaviour and
microstructure evolution in the processing of aluminium alloys; Microstructure control in creep-age forming
of aluminium panels; Micrrostructure control in processing nickel, titanium and other special alloys.
Part 1 Types of fibre and properties: Cotton fibres; Bast fibres; Silk fibres; Wool fibres; Mohair, cashmere and
other hair fibres. Part 2 Improving natural fibre production through breeding and cultivation: Developments
in fibrous flax breeding and cultivation; Breeding and cultivation of fibre flax in sustainable agriculture;
Prevention of fungi growth in natural fibres; Genetic engineering and biotechnology of natural fibre plants;
Wild silk fibres for poverty alleviation.


Introduction: key trends and markets for MIM. Part 1 Processing: Designing for MIM; Powders for metal
injection molding; Powder binder formulation and compound manufacture; Tooling for MIM; Molding
components in MIM; Debinding and sintering of MIM components. Part 2 Quality issues: Characterisation of
feedstock; Modeling and simulation; Common defects in MIM; Qualification of MIM; Control of carbon
content. Part 3 Special metal injection molding processes: Micro MIM; Two material/two colour powder MIM;
Powder space holder MIM. Part 4 Metal injection molding of particular materials: Stainless steels; Titanium;
Thermal management materials; Soft magnetic materials; Heavy alloys.
Part 1 Types of breast implants: History of biomaterials used for breast augmentation; The development of
breast implants; The chemistry and physical properties of silicones; Cohesive gel breast implants;
Polyurethane foam breast implants; Other types of breast implants. Part 2 Safety issues: The safety of breast
implants - recent epidemiological studies; Retrieval analysis of breast implants; Failure modes of breast
implants.
Part 1 Fundamentals of MEMS for biomedical applications: Introduction; Microfabrication of polymers for
bioMEMS; Review of sensor and actuator mechanisms. Part 2 MEMS for biomedical sensing and diagnostic
applications: MEMS for in vivo sensing; MEMS and electrical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) for non-invasive
measurement of cells; MEMS ultrasonic transducers for biomedical applications; Lab-on0chip (LOC) devices
for biomedical applications. Part 3 MEMS for tissue engineering and clinical applications: Fabrication of cell
culture microdevices for tissue engineering applications; MEMS manufacturing techniques for tissue
scaffolding devices; BioMEMS for drug delivery applications; Applications of MEMS technologies for minimally
invasive procedures; Smart microgrippers for bioMEMS applications; Microfluidic techniques for the
detection, manipulation and isolation of rare cells. Part 4 Emerging biomedical applications of MEMS: MEMS
as implantable neural probes; MEMS as ocular implants; Cellular microinjection for therapeutics and research
applications; Hybrid MEMS - Integrating inorganic structures into live organisms.
Introduction to herbs and spices: definitions, trade and applications; Quality specifications for herbs and
spices; Quality indices for spice essential oils; Basil; Bay leaves; Black pepper; Capsicum cultivars; Cardamom;
Chives; Cinnamon; Cloves; Coriander; Cumin; Curry leaf; Dill; Fenugreek; Garlic; Ginger; Marjoram; Mint;
Mustard; Nutmeg and mace; Onion; Parsley; Rosemary; Saffron; Thyme; Turmeric; Vanilla.




Part 1 Overview: Why gas turbines; Gas turbine types; Gas turbine cycles. Part 2 Modern gas turbine systems
and components: Compressors; Combustors; Turbines; Heat exchangers and heat recovery processes;
Turbogenerators; Materials and coatings developments. Part 3 Operation and maintenance: Gas turbine
operation and combustion performance; Performance modelling and analysis; Asset and performance
management; Maintenance planning and inspection; Condition monitoring and assessment; Repair and
quality control. Part 4 Advanced gas turbine concepts: Fuel flexibility; Ultra-low Nox combustion; Carbon
dioxide (CO2) capture and storage.
Part 1 Materials and design of ultrasonic transducers: Piezoelectricity and basic configurations for
piezoelectric ultrasonic transducers; Electromagnetic acoustic transducers (EMATs); Piezoelectric ceramics for
transducers; Thin film ultrasonic transducers based on lead zirconate titanate (PZT); Piezoelectric single
crystals in ultrasonic transducers. Part 2 Modelling and characterisation of ultrasonic transducers: Modelling
ultrasonic transducer performance: one-dimensional models; Modelling ultrasonic transducer performance:
the boundary element method applied to acoustic devices; Electrical evaluation of piezoelectric transducers;
Laser Doppler vibrometry for measuring vibration in ultrasonic transducers; Optical visualization of acoustic
fields: the schlieren technique, the Fresnel method and the photoelastic method applied to ultrasonic
transducers. Part 3 Applications of ultrasonic transducers: Surface acoustic wave (SAW) devices; Air-borne
ultrasound transducers; Ultrasonic transducers for non-destructive evaluation at high temperature;
Ultrasonic flaw detection using split-spectrum processing and neural networks; Power ultrasonics: new
Part 1 Processing techniques for natural fibres: Silk: production and future trends; Improving the flame
retardancy of natural fibres; Improving the chemical properties of natural fibres; Ultraviolet blocking
properties of natural fibres; Electrokinetic properties of natural fibres. Part 2 Applications and case studies for
natural fibres: Natural fibres for automotive applications; Natural fibres for geotextiles; The use of flax for
textile end uses; Antibacterial natural fibres; Biomimetic insipired textiles; The application of flax and hemp
seeds in pharmaceutics, food and cosmetics; Consumer requirements of natural fibres.
Part 1 Safety and quality of packaged meat, poultry and seafood: Major microbiological hazards associated
with packaged fresh and processed meat and poultry; Major microbiological hazards associated with
packaged seafood; Sensory and quality properties of packaged fresh and processed meats; Sensory properties
of packaged fresh and processed poultry meat; Sensory and quality properties of fresh, frozen and packaged
fish. Part 2 Developments in vacuum and modified atmosphere packaging of meat, poultry and seafood:
Advances in the packaging of fresh and processed meat products; Advances in vacuum and modified
atmosphere packaging of poultry products; Advances in bulk packaging for the transport of fresh fish;
Advances in vacuum and modified atmosphere packaging of fish and crustaceans; Advances in vacuum and
modified atmosphere packaging of shellfish; Solubility of carbon dioxide in muscle foods and its use to extend
the shelf life of packaged products. Part 3 Other packaging methods for meat, poultry and seafood products:
Packaging of retort-processed seafood, meat and poultry; Packaging for frozen meat, seafood and poultry
The role of patterns in clothing manufacture: generating and communicating information; Introduction to the
keyboard, mouse and screen layout in Lectra Modaris pattern cutting software; Digitising a clothing pattern
on Lectra Modaris pattern cutting software; A guide to the toolbox in Lectra Modaris pattern cutting
software; The upper tool bar in Lectra Modaris pattern cutting software; The lower tool bar menus and
keyboard commands in Lectra Modaris pattern cutting software; Creating size ranges in Lectra Modaris
pattern cutting software; The importance of measurements and size charts for clothing pattern cutting.
Part 1 Single quantum dot systems: Resonance fluorescence emission from single semiconductor quantum
dots coupled to high-quality microcavities; Quantum optics with single quantum dots in photonic crystal
cavities; Modelling single quantum dots in microcavities. Part 2 Nanolasers with quantum dot emitters; Highly
efficient quantum dot micropillar lasers; Photon correlations in semiconductor nanostructures; Emission
properties of photonic crystal nanolasers; Deformed wavelength-scale microdisk lasers with quantum dot
emitters. Part 3 Light-matter interaction in semiconductor nanostructures: Photon statistics and
entanglement in phonon-assisted quantum light emission from semiconductor quantum dots; Luminescence
spectra of quantum dots in microcavities; Photoluminescence from a quantum-dot-cavity system; Quantum
optics with quantum dot and quantum well systems. Part 4 Semiconductor cavity quantum electrodynamics
(QED): All-solid-state quantum optics employing quantum dots in photonic crystals; One-dimensional
photonic crystal nanobeam cavities; Growth of II-VI and group-III quantum-dot microcavity systems. Part 5
Ultrafast phenomena: Femtosecond quantum optics with semiconductor nanostructures; Coherent
Laser growth and processing of photonic structures: an overview of fundamentals, interaction phenomena
and operations. Part 1 Laser-induced growth of materials and surface structures: Emerging pulsed laser
deposition techniques; The formation of nanocones on the surface of semiconductors by laser-induced self-
assembly; Fabrication of periodic photonic microstructures by the interference of ultrashort pulse laser
beams. Part 2 Laser-induced three-dimensional micro- and nano-structuring: Multiphoton lithography,
processing and fabrication of photonic structures; Laser-based micro- and nano-fabrication of photonic
structures; Laser-induced soft matter organization and microstructuring of photonic materials; Laser-assisted
polymer joining methods for photonic devices. Part 3 Laser fabrication and manipulation of photonic
structures and devices: Laser seeding and thermal processing of glass with nanoscale resolution; Laser-
induced refractive index manipulation of photonic devices; Thermal writing of photonic devices in glass and
polymers by femtosecond lasers; Photosensitivity and index engineering in photonic devices.
Part 1 Design issues in military clothing and equipment: Key issues in body armour: Threats, materials and
design; Assessing military equipment requirements and capability: the Australian experience; Anthropometric
methods for the successful design of military clothing and equipment; Psychological issues in military uniform
design; Colour and camouflage design issues in military clothing; Materials and design issues for military
helmets; Design issues in military footwear and hand wear. Part 2 Applications to particular types of military
clothing and equipment: Customization of a lightweight bullet proof vest for the female form; Optimisation of
body armour design parameters: Vulnerability and survivability assessment; High performance ballistic
protection using polymer nanocomposites; Modelling the comfort and protection qualities of chemical,
biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN) protective clothing; Advances in materials for chemical, biological,
radiological and nuclear (CBRN) protective clothing; Designing load carriage systems for military personnel;
Advanced hydration systems for soldiers: the example of the US army.
Introduction to modelling and simulation in textile technology. Part 1 Theory: Neural networks; Evolutionary
methods; Fuzzy logic; Computational fluid dynamics (CFD); Finite element modelling. Part 2 Applications:
Simulation of fibrous structures and yarns; Simulation of woven, braided and knitted structures; Simulation of
textile machinery.


Part 1 Microbial decontamination of different food products: Microbial decontamination of fresh produce;
Microbial decontamination of raw and ready-to-eat meats; Microbial decontamination of poultry carcasses;
Microbial decontamination of seafood; Microbial decontamination of nuts and spices; Microbial
decontamination of juices; Microbial decontamination of milk and dairy products. Part 2 Current and
emerging non-chemical decontamination methods: Advances in food surface pasteurisation by thermal
methods; Microbial decontamination of food by microwave and radio-frequency; Microbial decontamination
of food by power ultrasound; Microbial decontamination of food by irradiation; Microbial decontamination of
food by UV and pulsed UV light; Microbial decontamination of food by high hydrostatic pressure; Microbial
decontamination of food by pulsed electric fields; Microbial decontamination of food by infrared heating;
Microbial decontamination of food by non-thermal plasma. Part 3 Current and emerging chemical
decontamination methods: Microbial decontamination of food using ozone; Chlorine dioxide for microbial
decontamination of food; Electrolyzed oxidizing water for microbial decontamination of food; Organic acids
Space tether systems in astronautics; Mathematical models of space tether systems; Motion of a satellite
with an attached tether system; Delivery of payload from orbit by the instrumentality of a space tether
system; Space tether systems directed along a local vertical; Chaotic motion of an elastic space tether system.




The principles of system modelling; Integrated systems and their significance for system modelling; Problem
organisation; Methods and applications of parameter sensitivity analysis; Experimental modelling: System
identification, parameter estimation and model optimisation techniques; Issues of model quality and the
validation of dynamic models; Real-time simulation, virtual prototyping and partial-system testing; Model
management.




Introduction to statistics; Treatment of data and construction of frequency distribution; Measures of central
tendency; Measure of “dispersion”; Theoretical distributions; Correlation; Linear regression; Time series;
Control charts; Tests of significance; Analysis of variance.
The space mission; Space environment; Klepterian orbits; Conductive heat transfer; Thermal radiation heat
transfer; Thermal control surfaces; Insulation systems; Radiators; Louvers; Mechanical interfaces; Heat pipes;
Phase-change capacitors; Heaters; Pumped fluid loops; Mechanically pumped two-phase fluid loops;
Thermoelectric cooling; Cryogenic systems; Thermal protection systems; Thermal control design; Thermal
mathematical models; Thermal control testing.




Strategic management; Garment industry; Strategic marketing in garment industry; Strategic management in
garment industry; Strategic methods; Organizational behaviour.




Part 1 Types and processing: Nanofibers: principles and manufacture; Types and processing of structured
functional nanofibers: core-shell, aligned, porous and gradient nanofibers; Processing of composite functional
nanofibers; Carbon and polymer nanofiber reinforcements in polymer matrix composites: processing and
applications; Inorganic functional nanofibers: processing and applications; Surface functionalization of
polymer nanofibers. Part 2 Applications: Functional nanofibers for filtration applications; Functional
nanofibers for drug delivery applications; Functional nanofibers for tissue engineering applications;
Functional nanofibers in lithium-ion batteries; Functional nanofibers in sensor applications; Functional
nanofibers in clothing for protection against chemical and biological hazards; Functional nanofibers in food
processing; Functional nanofibers in sound absorption, electromagnetic wave attenuation and biomedical
applications; Functional nanofibers for water purification; Functional nanofibers in microelectronics
applications; Future trends in the processing of functional nanofibers.
Introduction to innovation in aeronautics. Part 1 Concepts: Biologically inspired technologies for aeronautics;
Morphing concepts and technologies to change the aerodynamic shape of aircraft to suit flight conditions; Jet
engine design drivers: past, present and future; Innovation in avionic systems: developments underpinned by
digital technologies; The environment as the key design driver in aeronautics; The human factors that relate
to technological developments in aviation; Innovation in supersonic passenger air travel. Part 2 Change: The
process of innovation in aeronautics; Managing innovative technology development in aeronautics:
technology assessment (TA) techniques; Mining the ‘far side’ of technology to develop revolutionary aircraft
prototypes: the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) approach; Revolutionary ideas about
the future of air transport. Part 3 Challenges: Intellectual property, patents and innovation in aeronautics;
Cost, time and technical performance risk mitigation in large, complex and innovative aeronautics
development projects; Innovation in aeronautics through lean engineering. Part 4 Conclusion: Conclusion:
High-speed engines: Novel turbocharging system-boosting solutions for SI and CI engine downsizing with
impact on specific power, emissions, particulate matter, CO2 and improvements in efficiency; Novel
turbocharging systems design comprising single-stage, two-stage, sequential, direct and differential
turbocompounding, supercharging, variable geometry, electric-motor assist, including; Transient response
and efficiency; Micro-hybrid vehicles and fuel efficiency; Systems with exhaust; Waste energy recovery;
Aerodynamic design of current and novel pressure charging systems, including radial and axial flow
compressors and turbines and supercharging systems; Current and novel mechanical design, rotordynamics
considerations, noise, vibration and robustness; Interaction with electrical and/or mechanical systems;
Quality issues relating to manufacturing, including low-cost, high-temperature materials, durability,
operational reliability and in-service issues; Packaging, installation on the engine and interaction, calibration
and control; Advanced simulation techniques used for optimising boosting solutions and air delivery for
engine downsizing; Advance testing and development facilities. Medium-speed engines: High-pressure




Processing methods of nanomaterials; Effect of processing techniques on defect structure; Evolution of
microstructure during consolidation of nanopowders; Mechanisms of grain refinement in severe plastic
deformation of bulk materials; Relationship between defect structure and mechanical behavior in
nanocrystalline materials; Effect of grain size on deformation mechanisms in nanomaterials; Competition
between dislocation slip and twinning in plastic deformation of nanomaterials; Influence of porosity on
mechanical properties of sintered nanomaterials; Relationship between defects and hydrogen storage
properties of nanomaterials; Effect of defect structure on thermal stability of fine-grained bulk
microstructures; Lattice defects and deformation behavior of nanocrystallized amorphous alloys; Defect
structure and properties of metal matrix - carbon nanotube composites.


Part 1 Outbreak investigations: Tracing an outbreak of listeriosis in Austria: what an investigative
microbiologist needs to consider; A point-source outbreak of Salmonella in an ethnic community in the UK;
Investigating the source of a food poisoning incident in Cheshire, UK; Investigating a large outbreak of
salmonellosis in the US involving fresh produce; What was the source of the outbreak of E coli in Germany
and France? Tracing the source of a communitywide gastroenteric outbreak caused by Campylobacter in
Finland; One pathogen but two different types of food borne outbreaks; Bacillus cereus in catering facilities in
Germany; Investigating a suspected case of mycotoxin poisoning in South Africa; Investigations of foodborne
outbreaks caused by a parasite in Canada. Part 2 Source tracing: Troubleshooting the environmental source
of contamination with Listeria monocytogenes in a typical small food manufacturing plant in Ireland; Tracing
the source of persistent contamination of ready-to-eat chicken products with Listeria monocytogenes in Italy;
An unforeseen source of aflatoxins in milk in Sweden; Investigations prompted by the discovery of high levels
Part 1 Immune responses in fish and shellfish and their implications for disease control: The innate and
adaptive immune system of fish; Crustacean immune responses and their implications for disease control;
Immune responses in molluscs and their implications for disease control; Stress and resistance to infectious
diseases in fish. Part 2 Advances in disease diagnostics, veterinary drugs and vaccines: Advances in diagnostic
methods for mollusc, crustacean and finfish diseases; Quality assurance in aquaculture disease diagnostics;
Antibiotics in aquaculture: reducing their use and maintaining their efficacy; Considerations for the use of anti-
parasitic drugs in aquaculture; Developments in vaccination against fish bacterial diseases; Developments in
adjuvants for fish vaccines. Part 3 Development of specific pathogen free populations and novel approaches
for disease control: Development of specific pathogen free (SPF) shrimp stocks and their application to
sustainable shrimp farming; The role of risk analysis in the development of biosecurity programmes for the
maintenance of specific pathogen free populations; Developments in genomics relevant to disease control in
Part 1 Materials and properties of printed films: Technologies for printed films; Materials for printed films;
Materials science concepts for printed films; Properties of printed films as electrical components on ceramic
substrates; Conduction mechanisms in printed thick film resistors; Multilayer low-temperature cofired
ceramic systems incorporating a thick-film printing process. Part 2 Applications of printed films in devices:
Printed resistive sensors for physical quantities; Printed thick film capacitive sensors; Printed thick film
piezoelectric and pyroelectric sensors; Printed thick film mechanical micro-systems (MEMS); Printed
semiconducting gas sensors; Printed gas sensors based on electrolytes; Printed thick film biosensors; Printed
actuators; Printed heater elements; Screen printing for the fabrication of solid oxide fuel cells (SOFC); Printed
varistors; Laser printed micro- and meso-scale power generating devices; Printed polymer solar cells.

Introduction to using adhesives in marine and offshore engineering. Part 1 Design and analysis: Selecting
adhesives for marine environments and pre-design; Designing adhesively-bonded joints for ship applications;
Designing adhesively-bonded joints for wind turbines; Predicting the failure of bonded structural joints in
marine engineering. Part 2 Testing and characterisation: Testing the mechanical, thermal and chemical
properties of adhesives for marine environments; Assessing the moisture resistance of adhesives for marine
environments; Durability of adhesives in wet conditions.
An overview of aircraft maintenance; The business of maintaining aircraft; Aircraft maintenance paradigm;
Aviation MRO’s Challenge to the IT industry; The IT industry responds; The current aviation MRO IT
landscape; Leveraging IT and shaping the future.




Introduction to animal feed contamination; Animal feeds, feeding practices and opportunities for feed
contamination: an introduction. Part 1 Contamination by microorganisms and animal by-products: The
ecology and control of bacterial pathogens in animal feed; Detection and enumeration of microbiological
hazards in animal feed; Assessment of the microbiological risks in feedingstuffs for food-producing animals;
Detection and identification of animal by-products in animal feed for the control of transmissible spongiform
encephalopathies. Part 2 Contamination by persistent organic pollutants and toxic metals: Hazardous
chemicals as animal feed contaminants and methods for their detection; Animal feed contamination by
dioxins, polychlorinated biphenyls and brominated flame retardants; Animal feed contamination by toxic
metals; Aquaculture feed contamination by persistent organic pollutants, heavy metals, additives and drug
residues. Part 3 Natural toxins in animal feed: Mycotoxin contamination of animal feed; Detection and
determination of natural toxins (mycotoxins and plant toxins) in feed; Prevention and control of animal feed
contamination by mycotoxins and reduction of their adverse effects in livestock; Dietary exposure of livestock
Part 1 Introduction to modern earth buildings: Overview of modern earth building; Hygrothermal behaviour
and occupant comfort in modern earth buildings; Fabric insulation, thermal bridging and acoustics in modern
earth buildings; Modern earth building codes, standards and normative development; Passive house design: a
benchmark for thermal mass fabric. Part 2 Earth materials engineering and earth construction: Soil materials
for earth construction: properties, classification and suitability testing; Alternative and recycled materials for
earth construction; Soil mechanics and earthen construction: Strength and mechanical behaviour; Soil
stabilisation and earth construction: materials, properties, and techniques; Integral admixtures and surface
treatments for modern earth buildings; Weathering and durability of earthen materials and structures. Part 3
Earth building technologies and earth construction techniques: History of earth building techniques;
Stabilised soil blocks for structural masonry in earth construction; Modern rammed earth construction
techniques; Pneumatically impacted stabilized earth (PISE) construction techniques; Conservation of historic
Methods of MAX-Phase synthesis and densification I; Methods od MAX Phase synthesis and densification II;
Consolidation/synthesis of MAX phases by Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS): A review; Microstructural
examination during the formation of Ti3AIC2 from Ti/AI/C and Ti/AI/TiC mixtures; Fabrication of in-situ
Ti2AlN/TiAl composites and characterization of mechanical, friction and wear properties; Use of MAX phase
particles to improve the toughness of brittle ceramics; Electrical properties of MAX phases; Theoretical study
of physical properties and oxygen incorporation effect in nanolaminated ternary carbide 211 MAX phases;
Computational modelilng and Ab-initio calculations in MAX phases I; Computational modeling and Ab-initio
calculations in MAX phases II; Self healing of MAX phase ceramics for high temperature applications:
Evidences in Ti3AlC2; Oxidation Characteristics of Ti3AlC2, Ti3SiC2 and Ti2AlC; Hydrothermal oxidation of
Ti3SiC2; Stability of Ti3SiC2 under Charged Particle Irradiations; Diffraction studies on the kinetics of thermal
decomposition in the Ti-Si-C system.
Part 1 Diffusionless transformations: Crystallography of martensite transformations in steels; Morphology and
substructure of martensite in steels; Kinetics of martensite transformations in steels; Shape memory in
ferrous alloys; Tempering of martensite in carbon steels. Part 2 Phase transformations in high strength steels:
Phase transformations in high strength low alloy (HSLA) steels; Phase transformations in transformation
induced plasticity (TRIP)-assisted multiphase steels; Phase transformations in quenched and partitioned
steels; Phase transformations in advanced bainitic steels; Phase transformations in high manganese twinning
induced plasticity (TWIP) steels; Phase transformations in maraging steels. Part 3 Modelling phase
transformations: First principles in modelling phase transformations in steels; Phase field modelling of phase
transformations in steels; Molecular dynamics modelling of martensitic transformations in steels; Neural
networks modelling of phase transformations in steels. Part 4 Advanced analytical techniques for studying
phase transformations in steels: Application of modern transmission electron microscopy (TEM) techniques to
Part 1 Fundamentals of phase transformations: The historical development of phase transformations
understanding in ferrous alloys; Thermodynamics of phase transformations in steels; Fundamentals of
diffusion in phase transformations in steels; Kinetics of phase transformations in steels; Structure, energy and
migration of phase boundaries in steels. Part 2 Diffusion-controlled transformations: Fundamentals of ferrite
formation in steels; Proeutectoid ferrite and cementite transformations in steels; The formation of pearlite in
steels; Nature and kinetics of the massive austenite-ferrite phase transformations in steels. Part 3 Bainite and
diffusional-displacive transformations: Mechanisms of bainite transformation in steels; Carbide-containing
bainite transformation in steels; Carbide-free bainite transformation in steels; Kinetics of bainite
transformation in steels. Part 4 Additional driving forces for transformations: Nucleation and growth during
the austenite-to-ferrite phase transformation in steels after plastic deformation; Dynamic strain-induced
ferrite transformation (DIST) in steels; The effect of a magnetic field on phase transformations in steels; The
Fuel injection component design, both diesel and gasoline; Effects of fuel injection system on spray formation
and propagation; Effects of fuel injection system on engine performance and emissions; Calibration and
optimization; System integration; Fuel system measuring techniques, development and manufacturing;
Engine and vehicle controls; General modeling methods for dynamic performance prediction, especially in
high-pressure fluids and multiphase regimes; CFD applied to FIE and fuel air mixing; Large engine fuel
injection systems; Fuel filtration; Diagnostics and service experience; Exhaust/After-treatment injection
systems; Fuel formulation for achieving optimum injection; Low lubricity fuels.


Part 1 Processes, material characterization, risks and regulation; An overview of the development and
applications of nanoscale materials in the food industry; Potential health risks of nanoparticles in foods,
beverages and nutraceuticals; Detecting and characterizing nanoparticles in food, beverages and
nutraceuticals; Regulatory frameworks for food nanotechnologies; Atomic force microscopy (AFM) and
related tools for the imaging of foods and beverages on the nanoscale; Characterization of food materials at
multiple length scales using small-angle X-ray scattering and nuclear magnetic resonance: Principle and
applications. Part 2 Applications of nanotechnology in the food, beverage and nutraceutical industries:
Improving food sensory and nutritional quality through nanostructure engineering; Nanocapsules as delivery
systems in the food, beverage and nutraceutical industries; Association colloids as delivery systems: principles
and applications in the food and nutraceutical industries; Fabrication, characterization and properties of food
nanoemulsions; Nanotechnology-based approaches for the rapid detection of chemical and biological
Introduction to breadmaking; Breadmaking: an overview. Part 1 Wheat and flour quality: The chemistry and
biochemistry of wheat; Techniques for analyzing wheat proteins; Wheat proteins and bread quality; Wheat
starch structure and bread quality; Assessing grain quality; Milling and flour quality; Wheat breeding and
quality evaluation in the US; Improving wheat protein quality for breadmaking: The role of biotechnology;
Novel approaches to modify wheat flour processing characteristics and health attributes: from genetics to
food technology. Part 2 Dough development and particular bread ingredients: Bread aeration and dough
rheology: an introduction; The molecular basis of bread dough rheology; The role of water in dough
formation and bread quality; Foam formation in dough and bread quality; Controlling bread dough
development; Molecular mobility in dough and bread quality; The use of redox agents in breadmaking;
Applications of enzymes in breadmaking; Water control in breadmaking. Part 3 Bread sensory quality, shelf
life and safety: Bread aroma; Applications of texture analysis to dough and bread; Bread staling; Mould
Part 1 Fundamentals of implant wear: Introduction to wear phenomenon of orthopaedic implants; Biology of
implant wear; Biomechanics of the hip and knee: implant wear; Anatomy of the hip and suitable prostheses;
Anatomy of the knee and suitable prostheses; Orthopaedic implant materials and design; Materials used for
hip and knee implants. Part 2 Wear phenomenon: The wear phenomenon of ultra-high molecular weight
polyethylene (UHMWPE) joints; The wear phenomenon of metal joints; Wear phenomenon of ceramic joints;
The influence of surgical techniques on implant wear; Factors contributing to orthopaedic implant wear;
Diagnosis and surveillance of orthopaedic implants; Failure analysis of orthopaedic implants; Wear prediction
of orthopaedic implants.
Part 1 Types and properties of magnesium alloys: Current developments in wrought magnesium alloys;
Deformation mechanisms of magnesium alloys; Twinning and its role in wrought magnesium alloys;
Superplasticity in magnesium alloys by severe plastic deformation; Dynamic recrystallisation in magnesium
alloys. Part 2 Processing of magnesium alloys: Direct chill casting of magnesium extrusion billet and rolling
slab; Twin roll casting of magnesium; Enhancing the extrudability of magnesium alloys; Hydrostatic extrusion
of magnesium alloys; Rolling of magnesium alloys; Forging technology for magnesium alloys. Part 3
Applications of magnesium alloys: Applications of magnesium alloys in automotive engineering; Biomedical
applications of magnesium alloys.
Emerging food packaging technologies: An overview. Part 1 Developments in active packaging: Controlled
release food and beverage packaging; Active antimicrobial food and beverage packaging; Active
nanocomposites for food and beverage packaging; Edible chitosan coatings for fresh and minimally processed
foods; Flavor-release food and beverage packaging; Emerging packaging technologies for fresh produce. Part
2 Intelligent packaging and the consumer/packaging interface: Intelligent packaging to enhance food safety
and quality; Radio-frequency identification (RFID) for food and beverage packaging applications; Advances in
freshness and safety indicators in food and beverage packaging; Improving the consumer/packaging
interface: smart packaging for enhanced convenience, functionality and communication; Tamper-evident
food and beverage packaging. Part 3 Developments in packaging materials: Nanocomposites for food and
beverage packaging; Emerging coating technologies for food and beverage packaging materials; Light-
protective packaging materials for foods and beverages; Packaging materials for non-thermal processing of
food and beverages; Safety and regulatory aspects of plastics as food packaging materials. Part 4
Part 1 Introduction to minimized cardiopulmonary bypass: Historical development of minimized
cardiopulmonary bypass; Anticoagulation protocols for minimized cardiopulmonary bypass; Minimized
extracorporeal circulation: physiology and pathophysiology; Blood–surface interface in miniatururised
extracorporeal circulation systems; Hemodilution: physiology and pathophysiology; Inflammatory response
and minimized cardiopulmonary bypass. Part 2 Minimized cardiopulmonary bypass equipment: Design and
principles of the minimized extracorporeal circuit; Cardiopulmonary bypass perfusate; Myocardial
preservation techniques for mini-bypass. Part 3 Clinical applications of minimized cardiopulmonary bypasses:
Minimized cardiopulmonary bypass: objectives and indications; Coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG); Valve
surgery using minimized perfusion circuits; Minimising cardiopulmonary bypass in children; Comparison of
minimized circulation with off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting (OPCAB) and conventional surgery;
Minimally invasive cardiac surgery, port-access and robotic surgery.
Introduction to cutting room operations in garment manufacture; Initial preparation and quality control of
textile materials in textile cutting operations; Lay planning and marker making in textile cutting operations;
Principles and methods of textile spreading; Manual spreading of textile materials; Automated spreading of
textile materials; The manual textile cutting process; Manual cutting equipment in textile cutting operations;
Automated cutting of textile materials; Placement of equipment in the textile cutting room; Fusing of cut
textile components; Final work operations in the cutting process for textiles; Manual spreading and cutting of
striped fabrics; Manual marker making, spreading and cutting of materials with check patterns; Manual
marker making, spreading and cutting of fabrics with motif patterns; Manual marker making, spreading and
cutting of fabrics with border patterns; Manual marker making, spreading and cutting of narrow lace; Cutting
and spreading of fabrics with pile; Problems in spreading and cutting of intricate fabrics and methods to
prevent them.
The development of textured yarns; Basic principles of false twist texturing; Yarn texturing machine design;
Yarn twist application methods; Process performance issues in yarn texturing; Newer yarn texturing machine
designs; Air jet mingling in yarn texturing; Optimisation of process parameters in yarn texturing; Draw
textured yarn variants and speciality yarns; Process control and quality assurance in yarn texturing; Process
costs in yarn texturing operations; End uses for draw textured yarns; The future of false twist texturing.




Combined cycle power plants; Advanced industrial gas turbines for power generation; Natural gas-fired
combined cycle (NGCC) systems; Integrated gasification combined cycle systems; Novel cycles: Humid air
cycle systems; Novel cycles: oxy-combustion turbine cycle systems; Pressurized fluidized bed combustion
(PFBC) combined cycle systems; Externally fired combined cycle systems; Hybrid fuel cell gas turbine
combined cycle systems; Integrated solar combined cycle systems; Techno-economic analysis of combined
cycle systems.
Defining the term natural in the context of food products. Part 1 Natural additives, ingredients and
flavourings: Natural food and beverage colourings; Natural low-calorie sweeteners; Natural food and
beverage flavour enhancers; Natural antioxidants as food and beverage ingredients; Natural antimicrobials as
additives and ingredients for the preservation of foods and beverages; Clean label starches in foods and
beverages; The application of natural hydrocolloids to foods and beverages; Proteins as clean label
ingredients in foods and beverages; Natural aroma chemicals for use in foods and beverages; Natural
flavourings from biotechnology for foods and beverages; Natural flavourings from green chemistry for foods
and beverages. Part 2 Applications in different products: Applications of natural ingredients in savoury food
products; Applications of natural ingredients in baked goods; Applications of natural plant extracts in soft
drinks; Applications of natural ingredients in alcoholic drinks; Dairy products and milk-based food ingredients.

Part 1 Fundamentals of polymer electrolyte membrane and direct methanol fuel cell technology: Fuels and
fuel processing for low temperature fuel cells; Membrane materials and technology for low temperature fuel
cells; Catalyst and membrane technology for low temperature fuel cells; Gas diffusion media, flowfields and
system aspects in low temperature fuel cells; Recycling and life cycle assessment of fuel cell materials. Part 2
Performance issues in polymer electrolyte membrane and direct methanol fuel cells: Operation and durability
of low temperature fuel cells; Catalyst ageing and degradation in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells;
Degradation and durability testing of low temperature fuel cell components; Microstructure reconstruction
and transport simulation in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells; Multi-scale modeling of two-phase
transport in polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells; Modelling and analysis of degradation phenomena in
polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cells; Experimental monitoring techniques for polymer electrolyte
membrane fuel cells.
Part 1 Improving corrosion and cracking resistance: Laser surface modification of steel and cast iron for
corrosion resistance; Laser surface melting (LSM) to repair stress corrosion cracking (SCC) in weld metal; Laser
surface melting (LSM) of stainless steels for mitigating intergranular corrosion (IGC); Pulsed laser surface
treatment of multilayer gold–nickel–copper (Au/Ni/Cu) coatings to improve the corrosion resistance of
components in electronics; Laser surface modification of nickel–titanium (NiTi) alloy biomaterials to improve
biocompatibility and corrosion resistance. Part 2 Improving erosion–corrosion resistance: Laser surface
modification of metals for liquid impingement erosion resistance; Laser surface modification of steel for slurry
erosion resistance in power plants; Laser surface alloying (LSA) of copper for electrical erosion resistance;
Laser remanufacturing to improve the erosion and corrosion resistance of metal components; Laser surface
remelting to improve the erosion–corrosion resistance of nickel–chromium–aluminium–yttrium (NiCrAlY)
plasma spray coatings.
Physics and mathematics for nanoscale systems; Nanoscale physics and electronics; Electron dynamics in
nanoscale device; Spin dynamics in nanoelectronic devices; Spintronics and Spin Hall effects in
nanoelectronics; Graphene and carbon nanostructures for nanoelectronics; Topological dynamics and gauge
potential in nanoelectronics.
Part 1 Basic principles of stem cells: Basic principles for stem cell culture; Basic principles of human embryonic
stem cells; Basic principles in generating induced pluirpotent stem cells; Basic principles of amniotic and
placental stem cells; Basic principles of cord blood stem cells; Basic principles of multipotent stem cells. Part 2
Enabling cell therapy: Intellectual property claims to stem cell technologies: research, clinical testing and
product sales; Regulatory considerations of stem and progenitor cell-based products: US Food and Drug
Administration; Cell therapy commercialisation; Stem cell tourism. Part 3 Tissue-specific progenitor cells:
Adipose tissue-derived stem cell biology and therapy; Umbilical cord blood (UCB) progenitor stem cell biology
and therapy; Auditory progenitor stem cell biology and therapy; Olfactory mucosa: neural stem and
progenitor cells for nervous system repair and cell models of brain disease; Oral cavity progenitor and stem
cell biology and therapy; Bone marrow mesenchymal progenitor and stem cell biology and therapy;
Progenitor and stem cell therapies for cartilage repair; Cardiac stem and progenitor cell biology and therapy;
Part 1 Colour and colour perception: What is colour? Variability in normal and defective colour vision:
consequences for occupational environments; Colour illusions and the human visual system; Colour
psychology: the emotional effects of colour perception; Understanding colour perception and preference;
Predicting responses to colour. Part 2 Measuring and describing colour: International standards for colour;
Colour description and communication; Colour naming for colour communication; Colour specification and
visual approval methods for textiles; Colour management and approval methods in lithographic printing. Part
3 Colour, design and coloration: The history of colour theory in art, design and science; Enhancing design
using colour; Understanding and forecasting colour trends in design; Colour symmetry: the systematic
colouration of patterns and tilings; The history of dyes and pigments: from natural dyes to high performance
pigments; Dye types and application methods; Colour printing techniques. Part 4 Colour and design in
particular applications: Colour trends and selection in fashion design; Colour in interior design; Colour in food;
Introduction to sheet metal forming processes; Principles of rubber pad forming; Characteristics of elastomer
materials; Forming of shallow parts using rubber tools; Piercing of sheet metals using rubber punch; Deep
drawing of sheet metals using friction-actuated blank holding technique; Deep drawing using Verson
hydroforming process; Deep drawing of sheet metals by Marform technique; Deep drawing of sheet metals
by Maslennikov’s technique; Tube bulging using rubber rods.


Introduction: advanced materials and vehicle lightweighting; Advanced materials for automotive applications:
an overview; Advanced metal-forming technologies for automotive applications; Nanostructured steel for
automotive body structures; Aluminium sheet for automotive applications; High-pressure die-cast (HPDC)
aluminium alloys for automotive applications; Magnesium alloys for lightweight powertrains and automotive
bodies; Polymer and composite moulding technologies for automotive applications; Advanced automotive
body structures and closures; Advanced materials and technologies for reducing noise, vibration, and
harshness (NVH) in automobiles; Recycling of materials in automotive engineering; Joining systems for
automotive applications.




Part 1 Fundamental issues and assessment in advanced biodiesel production: Introduction to advanced
biodiesel production; Life cycle sustainability assessment of second generation biodiesel; Socio-economic,
environmental and policy perspectives of advanced biodiesel production; Feedstocks for advanced biodiesel
production; Advances in biodiesel quality control, characterisation and standards development. Part 2
Advanced biodiesel production processes and technologies: Advances in biodiesel catalysts and processing
technologies; Biodiesel from waste oils and fats; Biodiesel from microbial oil; Microalgae processing for
biodiesel production; Valorisation of the glycerol by-product from biodiesel production; Appendix supply
chains, techno-economic assessment and market development for second generation biodiesel.
Introduction to biomaterials for spinal surgery. Part 1 Fundamentals of biomaterials for spinal surgery: The
challenges of bringing a medical device to the spine market; Introduction to spinal pathologies and clinical
problems of the spine; Forces on the spine; Finite element modelling of the spine; Osteobiologic agents in
spine surgery. Part 2 Spinal fusion and intervertebral discs: Spine fusion: cages, plates and bone substitutes;
Artificial intervertebral discs; Biological response to artificial discs. Part 3 Vertobroplasty and scoliosis surgery:
The use of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) in neurosurgery; Optimising the properties of injectable
materials for vertebraplasty and kyphoplasty; Injectable calcium phosphates for vertebral augmentation;
Composite injectable materials for vertebroplasty; Scoliosis implants: surgical requirements; Shape memory,
superelastic and low Young’s modulus alloys. Part 4 Regenerative medicine in the spine: Cell-based tissue
engineering approaches for disc regeneration; Angiogenesis control in spine regeneration; Stem cells for disc
regeneration; Nucleus regeneration; In vivo models of regenerative medicine in the spine.
Study of the scratch resistance of Polymethylmethacrylate-single walled carbon nanotubes nanocomposites:
Effect of modification by a room temperature ionic liquid; Local mechanical properties and nanoscale
deformation of engineering metals and alloys; Analysis of large-strain microindentation of crystalline
polymers; Nanocomposite coatings: A review; Thermal sprayed WC-co coatings for tribological application;
Tribo performance of electroless Ni-P coatings; Tribological response of materials of varying hardness and
crystal structure during sliding on various surface textures; Laser straight cutting of Ti-6AI-4V alloy:
Temperature and stress fields.




Introduction to nuclear decommissioning: Definitions and history. Part 1 Planning: Fundamental issues in
starting a nuclear decommissioning process: Overview of nuclear decommissioning principles and
approaches; Nuclear decommissioning policy, infrastructure, strategies and project planning; Financing and
economics of nuclear facility decommissioning; Characterisation of radioactive materials in redundant nuclear
facilities: Key issues for the decommissioning plan; Managing the transition from operation to
decommissioning of a nuclear facility; Nuclear decommissioning project organization, management and
human resources; Public engagement and stakeholder consultation in nuclear decommissioning projects;
Radiological protection in the decommissioning of nuclear facilities: Safety, regulations and licensing; Nuclear
facility design and operation to facilitate decommissioning: lessons learned. Part 2 Execution: Nuclear
decommissioning processes and technologies, radioactive waste management, site rehabilitation and
cleanup: Safe enclosure and entombment strategies in nuclear decommissioning projects; Dismantling and
Introduction to aerospace materials; Aerospace materials: past, present and future; Materials and material
requirements for aerospace structures and engines; Strengthening of metal alloys; Mechanical and durability
testing of aerospace materials; Production and casting of aerospace metals; Processing and machining of
aerospace metals; Aluminium alloys for aircraft structures; Titanium alloys for aerospace structures and
engines; Magnesium alloys for aerospace structures; Steels for aircraft structures; Superalloys for gas turbine
engines; Polymers for aerospace structures; Manufacturing of fibre-polymer composite materials; Fibre-
polymer composites for aerospace structures and engines; Metal matrix, fibre-metal and ceramic matrix
composites for aerospace applications; Wood in small aircraft construction; Fracture processes of aerospace
materials; Fracture-toughness properties of aerospace materials; Fatigue of aerospace materials; Corrosion of
aerospace metals; Creep of aerospace materials; Non-destructive inspection and structural health monitoring
of aerospace materials; Disposal and recycling of aerospace materials; Materials selection for aerospace.
Part 1 Coating types and applications: Hydrophilic coatings for biomedical applications in and ex vivo; Mineral
coatings for orthopaedic applications; Other commonly-used biomedical coatings: pyrolytic carbon coatings;
Electrochemical surface modifications of titanium and titanium alloys for biomedical applications; Surface
preparation techniques for biomedical applications; Characterization of biomedical coatings. Part 2 Case
studies: Coatings for cardiovascular devices: coronary stents; Coatings for cardiovascular devices:
extracorporeal circuits; Surface coatings for ventricular assist devices; Orthopaedic coatings; Surface coatings
in urology; Ophthalmic coatings.


Part 1 Introduction to corrosion in nuclear power applications: Overview of corrosion engineering, science
and technology; Overview of nuclear materials and nuclear corrosion science and engineering; Understanding
and mitigating corrosion in nuclear reactor systems. Part 2 Aqueous corrosion in nuclear power applications:
Fundamental science, materials and mechanisms: General corrosion in nuclear reactor components and
nuclear waste disposal systems; Environmentally assisted cracking (EAC) in nuclear reactor systems and
components; Irradiation assisted corrosion and stress corrosion cracking (IAC/IASCC) in nuclear reactor
systems and components; Flow assisted corrosion (FAC) in nuclear power plant components;
Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) in nuclear power plant systems and components. Part 3 Non-
aqueous corrosion in nuclear power applications: Fundamental science, materials and mechanisms: High-
temperature oxidation in nuclear reactor systems; Liquid metal corrosion in nuclear reactor and accelerator
driven systems. Part 4 Corrosion monitoring and control in nuclear power applications: Electrochemical
Part 1 Advanced characterisation techniques for polymer electrolyte membrane and direct methanol fuel
cells: Extended X-ray absorption structure (EXAFS) technique for low temperature fuel cell characterisation;
Advanced microscopy techniques for the characterisation of polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell
components; Differential electrochemical mass spectrometry (DEMS) technique for direct alcohol fuel cell
characterisation; Small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS) techniques for polymer electrolyte membrane fuel cell
characterisation; X-ray absorption near edge structure (?? XANES) techniques for low temperature fuel cell
characterisation. Part 2 Characterisation of water and fuel management in polymer electrolyte membrane
and direct methanol fuel cells: Characterisation and modelling of interfaces in polymer electrolyte membrane
fuel cells; Neutron radiography for high-resolution studies in low temperature fuel cells; Neutron radiography
for the investigation of reaction patterns in direct methanol fuel cells; Neutron tomography for polymer
electrolyte membrane fuel cell characterisation; Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques for polymer
Part 1 Corrosion behaviour and manufacture of nanocrystalline materials: The impact of nanotechnology in
reducing corrosion cost; Corrosion and nanomaterials: thermodynamic and kinetic factors; Understanding the
corrosion resistance of nanocrystalline materials: the influence of grain size; Understanding the corrosion
resistance of nanocrystalline materials: electrochemical influences; Electrodeposition: the versatile technique
for nanomaterials. Part 2 The use of nanomaterials in corrosion control: Moderate temperature oxidation
protection using nanocrystalline structures; High temperature oxidation protection using nanocrystalline
coatings; Nanocoatings to improve the tribocorrosion performance of materials; Self-healing nanocoatings for
corrosion control; The use of nanoreservoirs in corrosion protection coatings; Nanoparticle-based corrosion
inhibitors and self-assembled monolayers; Sol-gel nanocoatings for corrosion protection; Polymer
nanocomposites in corrosion control; Nanocoatings for corrosion protection of aerospace alloys; Nanoscience
and biomaterial corrosion control.
Part 1 Failure mechanisms: Progress in failure criteria for polymer matrix composites: A view from the first
World-Wide failure exercise (WWFE); Manufacturing defects as a cause of failure in polymer matrix
composites; Low and medium velocity impact as a cause of failure in polymer matrix composites; Structural
integrity of polymer matrix composite panels in fire; Testing the toughness of polymer matrix composites;
Testing the strength and stiffness of polymer matrix composites; Fibre-dominated compressive failure in
polymer matrix composites. Part 2 Failure mechanisms in specific applications: Considerations of failure
mechanisms in polymer matrix composites in the design of aerospace structures; Failure of polymer matrix
composites in defence applications; Failure of polymer matrix composites in marine and off-shore
applications; Recycling issues in polymer matrix composites; Failure of polymer matrix composites in
automotive and transportation applications; Environmental induced failure in fibre-reinforced plastics.
Overview of infrastructure and methodologies for the justification of nuclear power programmes. Part 1
Infrastructure of nuclear power programmes: The lifecycle of a nuclear power plant; The role of government
in establishing the framework for nuclear power programmes; Regulatory requirements and practices in
nuclear power programmes; Responsibilities of the nuclear operator in nuclear power programmes; The need
for human resources in nuclear power programmes; National technical capability development in nuclear
power programmes. Part 2 Justification of nuclear power programmes: Application of the justification
principle to nuclear power development; Available and advanced nuclear technologies for nuclear power
programmes; Nuclear safety in nuclear power programmes; Radiation protection in nuclear power
programmes; Emergency planning in nuclear power programmes; Non-proliferation safeguards in nuclear
power programmes; Spent fuel and radioactive waste management in nuclear power programmes; The
economics of nuclear power: past, present and future aspects; Social impacts and public perception of
nuclear power; Environmental impacts and assessment in nuclear power programmes. Part 3 Development of
Part 1 Mechanisms of hydrogen interactions with metals: Hydrogen adsorption on the surface of metals;
Analysing hydrogen in metals: bulk thermal desorption spectroscopy (TDS) methods; Analysing hydrogen in
metals: surface techniques; Hydrogen diffusion and trapping in metals; Control of hydrogen embrittlement of
metals by chemical inhibitors and coatings; The role of grain boundaries in hydrogen induced cracking (HIC) of
steels; Influence of hydrogen on the behavior of dislocations. Part 2 Modelling hydrogen embrittlement:
Modelling hydrogen induced damage mechanisms in metals; Hydrogen effects on the plasticity of face-
centred cubic (ffc) crystals; Continuum mechanics modelling of hydrogen embrittlement; Degradation models
for hydrogen embrittlement; Effect of inelastic strain on hydrogen-assisted fracture of metals; Development
of service life prognosis systems for hydrogen energy devices. Part 3 The future: Gaseous hydrogen
embrittlement of high-performance metals in energy systems: future trends.
Mechanisms of action of metalworking fluids in metal cutting; Selection and testing of metalworking fluids;
Delivery of metalworking fluids in the machining zone; Environmentally friendly near-dry machining of
metals; High-pressure supply of metalworking fluids; Circulation systems for metal-cutting fluids; Monitoring
metal-cutting fluids; Maintenance of metalworking fluids; Replacement of metalworking fluids; Disposal of
metalworking fluids.


Part 1 The hydrogen embrittlement problem: Hydrogen production and containment; Hydrogen-induced
disbonding and embrittlement of steels used in petrochemical refining; Assessing hydrogen embrittlement in
automotive hydrogen tanks; Gaseous hydrogen issues in nuclear waste disposal; Hydrogen embrittlement in
nuclear power systems; Standards and codes to control hydrogen-induced cracking in pressure vessels and
pipes for hydrogen gas storage and transport. Part 2 Characterisation and analysis of hydrogen
embrittlement: Fracture and fatigue test methods in hydrogen gas; Mechanics of modern test methods and
quantitive-accelerated testing for hydrogen embrittlement; Metallographic and Fractographic techniques for
characterising and understanding hydrogen-assisted cracking of metals; Fatigue crack initiation and fatigue
life of metals exposed to hydrogen; Effects of hydrogen on fatigue-crack propagation in steels. Part 3 The
hydrogen embrittlement of alloy classes: Hydrogen embrittlement of high-strength steels; Hydrogen trapping
phenomena in martensitic steels; Hydrogen embrittlement of carbon steels and their welds; Hydrogen
Implementation of light-scattering instrumentation: Innovation, design and development; Planar
micromanipulation on microconveyor platforms: Recent developments; Single-axis arm designed with an
ultrasonic motor: Basic active/passive joint torque control; Signal processing for tool condition monitoring:
From wavelet analysis to sparse decomposition; ANN modelling of fractal dimension in machining; Predicting
forces and damage in drilling of polymer
composites: Soft computing techniques; Minimising burr size in drilling: Integrating response surface
methodology with particle swarm optimisation; Single point incremental forming of polymers.
Part 1 Fundamental science and engineering of high temperature superconductor (HTS) materials and
components: Fundamental issues in high temperature superconductor (HTS) materials science and
engineering; HTS wires and tapes; HTS cables; Bulk HTS materials; HTS magnets; Cryogenics for HTS systems;
Electromagnetic modelling of HTS materials and applications. Part 2 Application of HTS materials and
components in energy systems; Superconducting fault current limiters and power cables; Superconducting
magnetic energy storage systems (SMES); Application of HTS technology in rotating machinery; HTS in fusion
technologies; HTS in accelerator systems.

Part 1 Measuring the rheological behaviour of concrete: Introduction to the rheology of complex fluids;
Introduction to the rheometry of complex suspensions; Concrete rheometers; From industrial testing to
rheological parameters for concrete; The rheology of cement during setting. Part 2 Mix design and the
rheological behaviour of concrete: Particle packing and the rheology of concrete; Superplasticizers and the
rheology of concrete; Viscosity-enhancing admixtures and the rheology of concrete; Fibre reinforcement and
the rheology of concrete. Part 3 Casting and the rheological behaviour of concrete: Modelling the flow of self-
compacting concrete; Thixotropy: from measurement to casting of concrete; Understanding formwork
pressure generated by fresh concrete; Understanding the pumping of conventional vibrated and self-
compacting concrete.
Part 1 Welding techniques: New welding techniques for aerospace engineering; Inertia friction welding (IFW)
for aerospace applications; Laser welding of metals for aerospace and other applications; Hybrid laser-arc
welding of aerospace and other materials; Heat affected zone cracking in welded nickel superalloys. Part 2
Other joining techniques: Assessing the riveting process and the quality of riveted joints in aerospace and
other applications; Quality control and non-destructive testing of self-piercing riveted joints in aerospace and
other applications; Improvements in bonding metals for aerospace and other applications; Composite to
metal bonding in aerospace and other applications; Diffusion bonding of metal alloys in aerospace and other
applications; High-temperature brazing in aerospace engineering.
Part 1 Traditional methods for machining composite materials: Turning processes for metal matrix
composites; Drilling processes for composites; Grinding processes for polymer matrix composites; Analysing
cutting forces in machining processes for polymer-based composites; Tool wear in machining processes for
composites; Analysing surface quality in machined composites. Part 2 Non-traditional methods for machining
composite materials: Ultrasonic vibration-assisted (UV-A) machining of composites; Electrical discharge
machining of composites; Electrochemical discharge machining of particulate-reinforced metal matrix
composites; Fundamentals of laser machining of composites; Laser machining of fiber-reinforced polymeric
composite materials; Laser-based repair for carbon fiber reinforced composites. Part 3 Special topics in
machining composite materials: High speed machining processes for fibre-reinforced composites; Cryrogenic
machining of composites; Analysing the machinability of metal matrix composites; Machining processes for
wood-based composite materials; Machining metal matrix composites using diamond tools.
Part 1 Sensory evaluation: Principles and application to alcoholic beverages: Overview of sensory perception;
Sensory quality control and assurance of alcoholic beverages through sensory evaluation; Principles of
sensory shelf-life evaluation and its application to alcoholic beverages; Sensory methods for product
development and their application in the alcoholic beverage industry; Gas chromatography-olfactometry of
alcoholic beverages. Part 2 Fermented products: Beer: Production, sensory characteristics and sensory
analysis; Fortified wines: Styles, production and flavour chemistry; Sake: Quality characteristics, flavour
chemistry and sensory analysis; Table wines: Sensory characteristics and sensory analysis. Part 3 Distilled
products: Anise spirits: Types, sensory properties and sensory analysis; Cognac: Production and aromatic
characteristics; Gin: Production and sensory properties; Grape-based brandies: Production, sensory
properties and sensory evaluation; Grappa: Production, sensory properties and market development; Moutai
(Maotai): Production and sensory properties; Pisco: Production, flavour chemistry, sensory analysis and
Part 1 General overview of innovation and textile product development: Innovation: concepts and
developments in the 21st Century; Practical aspects of innovation in the textile industry; Textile product
development and definition. Part 2 New Product development of textiles: New product development in
knitted textiles; Fabrics and new product development; New product development in automotive upholstery;
Nanotechnology innovation for future development in the textile industry; New product development in
interior textiles; New product development for e-textiles: experiences from the forefront of a new industry;
Customer co-creation: moving beyond market research to reduce the risk in new product development; The
development and marketing of SilverClear®.
The design process; Information, entropy, and its relationship to design; Axiomatic design; Metric design;
Reliability-based design; Entropy-based design.




The papers are arranged under the following headings: SI engines and downsizing; GDI particulates and other
emissions; Diesel fuel injection; Engine design; Fuels and emissions; Emissions after-treatment.

Introduction to food and feed extrusion and related terminology; Components of a food or feed extrusion
system; Selecting the right type of extruder: single screw and twin screw extruders for food and feed
production; Selecting the right type of extruder: dry extruders and expanders for food and feed production;
Impact of protein, starch, fat and fiber on extruded foods and feeds; Impact of particle size and other
ingredients on extruded foods and feeds; Preconditioners in food and feed extrusion: Common problems and
their solutions; Single screw extruders in food and feed extrusion: Common problems and their solutions;
Twin screw extruders in food and feed extrusion: Common problems and their solutions; Die and knife
assemblies in food and feed extrusion: Common problems and their solutions; Drying extruded food
products: Common problems and their solutions; Practical considerations, rules of thumb and solutions to the
most common problems in food and feed extrusion.
Introduction to welding; Gas welding; Basics of electricity in welding; Arc welding: An overview; Power
sources for arc welding; TIG welding; Plasma welding; MIG/MAG welding; Manual metal arc (MMA) welding
with coated electrodes; Sumberged arc welding; Pressure welding methods; Other methods of welding;
Cutting method; Surface cladding and hardfacing methods; Mechnisation and robot welding; Soldering and
brazing; The welding environment and welding safety; Welding residual stress and distortion; The weldability
of steel; Welding of aluminium; Design of welded components; Quality assurance and quality management;
Welding costs.
Concepts of production and productivity; Role of apparel engineering; Method analysis; Motion economy;
Apparel production systems and factory layout; Work measurement; Application of IE techniques in garment
industry; Line balancing; Scientific method of training; Industrial engineering in apparel quality control.
Technical staff development; Technical staff – the middle management; Policy deployment and middle
management; Job description; Leadership and self development; individuals and teams; Decision-making
process; Communication and supervisor; Costing and cost of quality; Problem solving and change
management; Supervisors and customer orientation; Quality management and assurance; Practical
competency and underpinning knowledge; Control points and check points; Normal problems and
nonconformities.
Knitting at a glance; Classification of knitting; Weft knitting elements and loop formation; General terms in
weft knitting; Basic weft-knitted structures; Some special terms and techniques; Circular weft knitting
machine and mechanism; Design and design elements; Flat bed knitting; Some aspects of weft-knitting
science; Quality aspects in knitting; Warp knitting machines and knitting elements; Principles of loop
formation in warp knitting; Wrap-knitted stitches and structures; Double needle bar warp knitting machine;
Some aspects of warp knitting science; Developments in knitting; Yarn and its selection for knitting;
Application of electronics in knitting; Yarn tension in knitting and its measurement; Mechanics of loop
formation in weft knitting; Mechanics and mechanism of warp loop formation; Knitting related calculations;
Production of spacer fabrics in knitting; Scope of knitting in garment manufacturing; Analyses and testing of
knitted fabrics; Scope of knitting in the manufacture of medical textiles; Concept of green business in knitting
and knitwear industries.
Business case assessment and design essentials for food factory building projects; Determining equipment
and process needs and how this affects food factory design. Part 1 Regulatory issues and retailer
requirements: EU food hygiene law and implications for food factory design; Regulations on the hygienic
design of food processing factories in the United States; Regulation relevant to the design and construction of
food factories in Japan; Regulation and non-regulatory guidance in Australia and New Zealand with
implications for food factory design; Regulatory requirements for food factory buildings in South Africa and
other Southern African countries; Retailer requirements for hygienic design of food factory buildings; Food
factory design to prevent deliberate product contamination; Minimum hygienic design requirements for food
processing factories. Part 2 Site selection and factory layout: Aspects to be considered when selecting a site
for a food factory; The impact of factory layout on hygiene in food factories; Hazard control by segregation in
food factories; Managing airflow and air filtration to improve hygiene in food factories. Part 3 Hygienic design
Part 1 General aspects of dyeing: Fundamental principles of dyeing; Structure and properties of textile
materials; Pre-treatment and preparation of textile materials prior to dyeing; Chemistry of dyeing;
Thermodynamics and kinetics of dyeing and dyebath monitoring systems; An overview of dye fastness
testing; Molecular modeling and predicting dye properties; Methods and machinery for the dyeing process.
Part 2 Dye types and processes: The chemistry of reactive dyes and their application processes; Disperse dyes;
Natural dyes; Direct dyes; Metal complex dyes; Sulphur dyes; Acid dyes; Environmentally-friendly dyes and
dyeing processes; Fluorescent dyes; Near-infrared dyes; Azoic dyeing.
Part 1 Textile applications: The coloration of wool; Dyeing of synthetic fibres; Dyeing of cellulosic fibres;
Dyeing of textile fibre blends. Part 2 Industrial applications: Colourants and dyes for the cosmetics industry:
Dyes for the medical industry; Automotive dyes and pigments; Food colourants.




Interpreting API and ASME Codes; An introduction to API 653: 2009 and its related codes; An introduction to
API RP 575; Reasons for inspections: Damage mechanisms; Inspection practices and frequency; Evaluation of
corroded tanks; API 650: Tank design; Tank non-destructive examination; Tank repairs and alteration; Tank
reconstruction; Tank hydrotesting and brittle fracture; Tank linings: API RP 652; Introduction to welding/API
RP 577; Welding qualifications and ASME IX; Cathodic protection: API RP 651; The NDE requirements of ASME
V; Thirty open-book sample questions; Answers.

The papers are arranged under the following headings: Hybrid and electric vehicles; Fuels; Light weight
vehicles; Advances in powertrain; Fuels and emissions.
Turning; Drilling; Milling; Grinding and finishing processes; Thermal advanced machining processes.




Part 1 Bolted joints: Reinforcement of composite bolted joints by local metal hybridization; Bolted joints in
glass-reinforced aluminium (Glare) and other hybrid fibre metal laminates (FML); Bolted joints in pultruded
glass fibre reinforced polymer (GFRP) composites; Bolt-hole clearance effects in composite joints; Stress
analysis of bolted composite joints under multiaxial loading; Strength prediction of bolted joints in carbon
fibre reinforced polymer (CFRP) composites; Fatigue of bolted composite joints; Influence of dynamic loading
on fastened composite joints; Effects of temperature on the response of composite bolted joints. Part 2
Bonded joints: Calculation of strain energy release rates for bonded composite joints with a prescribed crack;
Simulating fracture in bonded composite joints using cohesive zone models; Simulating fatigue failure in
bonded composite joints using a modified cohesive zone model; Strength of bonded overlap composite joints
in marine applications; Advanced modelling of the behaviour of bonded composite joints in aerospace
applications; Mixed mode energy release rates for bonded composite joints; Stress analysis of bonded patch
Part 1 Fundamentals of tribocorrosion: Corrosion and passivity of metals and coatings; Adsorption layers and
passive oxide films on metals; Friction and wear of passive metals and coatings; Environmental effects in
fretting; Tribocorrosion mechanisms in sliding contacts; Models and mechanisms of erosion corrosion in
metals. Part 2 Methods for measurement and prevention of tribocorrosion: Electrochemical methods in
tribocorrosion; Tribocorrosion test protocols for sliding contacts; Methods for studying erosion-corrosion;
Metallic materials for tribocorrosion systems; Coatings for tribocorrosion protection. Part 3 Tribocorrosion in
engineering and medicine: Biotribocorrosion: surface interactions in total joint replacement (TJR);
Tribocorrosion in artificial joints: in vitro testing and clinical implications; Fretting corrosion in biomedical
implants; Tribocorrosion issues in nuclear power generation; Tribocorrosion in marine environments; Erosion-
accelerated corrosion in flow systems: the behaviour of aluminium alloys in automotive cooling systems;
Chemical-mechanical polishing (CMP): a controlled tribocorrosion process; Tribocorrosion at elevated-
Part 1 Electron diffraction techniques for studying thin film growth in situ: Reflection high-energy electron
diffraction (RHEED) for in situ characterisation of thin film growth; Inelastic scattering techniques for in situ
characterisation of thin film growth: backscatter Kikuchi diffraction. Part 2 Photoemission techniques for
studying thin film growth in situ: Ultraviolet photoemission spectroscopy (UPS) for in situ characterisation of
thin film growth; X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) for in situ characterisation of thin film growth; In
situ spectroscopic ellipsometry (SP) for characterization of thin film growth. Part 3 Alternative in situ
characterization techniques: In situ ion beam surface characterization of thin multicomponent films;
Spectroscopies combined with (RHEED) for real time in situ surface monitoring of thin film growth; In situ
deposition vapor monitoring; Real-time studies of epitaxial film growth using surface x-ray diffraction (SXRD).
Introduction; Two body orbital motion; Orbital perturbations in the two body motion; Frame rotations and
quaternions; Rigid body motion; Environmental and actuator torques; Continuous and digital control systems;
Example; Formation flying; Deployment procedure for a constellation; Reconfiguration procedure for a
constellation.




Pressure sensors; Velocity and mass flow by pressure measurements; Hot wire anemometer; Laser
anemometry; Temperature measurements; Flow visualization; Measurements of aerodynamic forces.




Part 1 Materials for reinforcements in composites: Fibres for composite reinforcements: properties and
microstructures; Carbon nanotube reinforcements for composites; Ceramic reinforcements for composites.
Part 2 Structures for reinforcements in composites: Woven reinforcements for composites; Braided
reinforcements for composites; Three-dimensional (3D) fibre reinforcements for composites; Modelling the
geometry of textile reinforcements for composites: WiseTex; Modelling the geometry of textile
reinforcements for composites: TexGen. Part 3 Properties of composite reinforcements: In-plane shear
properties of woven fabric reinforced composites; Biaxial tensile properties of reinforcements in composites;
Transverse compression properties of composite reinforcements; Bending properties of reinforcements in
composites; Friction properties of reinforcements in composites; Permeability properties of reinforcements in
composites. Part 4 Characterising and modelling reinforcements in composites: Microscopic approaches for
understanding the mechanical behaviour of reinforcements in composites; Mesoscopic approaches for
Part 1 Management of technology in biscuit manufacture: The role of the technical department; Quality
management systems and HACCP; Quality control and good manufacturing practice; Process and efficiency
control; Product development; Sustainability. Part 2 Materials and ingredients for biscuit manufacture:
Choosing materials for biscuit production; Wheat flour and vital wheat gluten; Other meals, grits, flours and
starches; Sugars and syrups; Fats and oils; Emulsifiers (surfactants) and antioxidants; Milk products and egg;
Dried fruits and nuts; Yeast and enzymes; Flavours, spices and flavour enhancers; Additives; Chocolate and
cocoa; Packaging materials. Part 3 Types of biscuits: Classification of biscuits; Cream crackers; Soda crackers;
Savoury or snack crackers; Matzos and water biscuits; Puff biscuits; Hard sweet, semi sweet and Garibaldi
fruit sandwich biscuits; Short dough biscuits; Deposited soft dough and sponge drop biscuits; Wafer biscuits;
The position of biscuits in nutrition; Miscellaneous biscuit-like products. Part 4 Biscuit production processes
and equipment: Bulk handling and metering of ingredients; Mixing and premixes; Sheeting, gauging and
Part 1 Power plant fuel flexibility, condition monitoring and performance assessment: Solid fuel composition
and power plant fuel-flexibility; Condition monitoring and assessment of power plant components;
Availability analysis of integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) power plants. Part 2 Coal boiler plant:
Materials degradation, plant life management and performance improvement: Environmental degradation of
boiler components; Creep in boiler materials: Mechanisms, measurement and modelling; Microstructural
degradation in boiler steels: Materials developments, properties and assessment; Boiler steels, damage
mechanisms, inspection and life assessment. Part 3 Gas turbine plant: Materials degradation, plant life
management and performance improvement: Creep, fatigue and microstructural degradation in gas turbine
superalloys; Gas turbine materials selection, life management and performance improvement; Gas turbine
maintenance, refurbishment and repair. Part 4 Steam boiler and turbine plant: Materials degradation, plant
life management and performance improvement: Steam oxidation in steam boiler and turbine environments;
Steam boiler component loading, monitoring and life assessment; Steam turbine materials selection, life
Part 1 Overview and assessment of hydrocarbon fuel conversion processes: Characterisation and preparation
of biomass, oil shale and coal-based feedstocks; Production, properties and environmental impact of
hydrocarbon fuel conversion; Life cycle assessment (LCA) of alternative hydrocarbon fuel conversion. Part 2
Solid hydrocarbon fuel processing and technology: Direct liquefaction (DCL) processes and technology for coal
and biomass conversion; Gasification processes and technology; Pyrolysis processes and technology for the
conversion of hydrocarbons and biomass; Biomass catalysis in conventional refineries. Part 3 Liquid
hydrocarbon fuel processing and technology: Sulfur removal from heavy and light petroleum hydrocarbon by
selective oxidation; Partial oxidation (POX) processes and technology for clean fuel and chemical production;
Hydroconversion processes and technology for clean fuel and chemical production. Part 4 Gaseous
hydrocarbon fuel processing and technology: Middle distillate fuel production from synthesis gas via the
Fischer-Tropsch process; Methanol and dimethyl ether (DME) production from synthesis gas; Advances in
water-gas shift technology: modern catalysts and improved reactor concepts; Natural gas hydrate conversion
Part 1 fundamental aspects of stress corrosion cracking (SCC) and hydrogen embrittlement: Mechanistic and
fractographic aspects of stress-corrosion cracking; Hydrogen embrittlement phenomena and mechanisms.
Part 2 Test methods for determining stress corrosion cracking susceptibilities: Testing and evaluation
methods for stress corrosion cracking in metals. Part 3 Stress corrosion cracking in specific materials: Stress
corrosion cracking in low and medium strength carbon steels; Stress corrosion cracking in stainless steels;
Factors affecting stress corrosion cracking and fundamental mechanistic understanding of stainless steels;
Stress corrosion cracking in nickel-based alloys; Stress corrosion cracking in aluminium alloys; Stress corrosion
cracking in magnesium alloys; Stress corrosion cracking and hydrogen-assisted cracking in titanium alloys;
Stress corrosion cracking in copper and copper-based alloys; Stress corrosion cracking of austenitic stainless
and ferritic steel weldments; Stress corrosion cracking in polymer composites. Part 4 Environmentally-assisted
cracking problems in various industries: Stress corrosion cracking in boilers and cooling water systems;
Economic importance of tropical and subtropical fruits; Nutritional and health-promoting properties of
tropical and subtropical fruits; Postharvest biology of tropical and subtropical fruits; Preharvest and harvest
factors influencing the postharvest quality of tropical and subtropical fruits; Postharvest technologies to
maintain the quality of tropical and subtropical fruits; Postharvest pathology of tropical and subtropical fruit
and strategies for decay control; Quarantine pests of tropical and subtropical fruits and their control;
Microbial safety of tropical and subtropical fruits; Biotechnology and molecular biology of tropical and
subtropical fruits; Fresh-cut tropical and subtropical fruit products; Preservation and processing of tropical
and subtropical fruits.
Introduction: The importance of energy-efficiency for electrical motor products; Classification: electric
motors, pumps, fans; Energy-efficiency technical measures system for electrical motor products; Energy-
efficiency standards of electrical motor products; Measurement errors and uncertainties; Testing methods for
electric motors; Efficiency testing methods for centrifugal pumps; Efficiency testing methods for centrifugal
fans; How to improve the energy-efficiency of electrical motor products; Modern control methods for the
induction motor.




Introduction to polymer modified bitumen (PMB). Part 1 Types of polymer modified bitumen: Polymer
modified bitumen emulsions (PMBEs); Modification of bitumen using polyurethanes; Rubber modified
bitumen; The use of waste polymers to modify bitumen; Polypropylene fiber-reinforced bitumen. Part 2
Characterisation and properties: Rheology of polymer-modified bitumens; Factors affecting the rheology of
polymer modified bitumen (PMB); Ageing of polymer modified bitumen (PMB); Natural weathering of styrene-
butadiene modified bitumen; Fuel resistance of bituminous binders; Physio-chemical techniques for analysing
the ageing of polymer modified bitumen.




Part 1 Technologies: Current and advanced coating technologies for industrial applications; Nanostructured
thin films from amphiphilic molecules; Chemical and physical vapor deposition methods for nanocoatings;
Surface-initiated polymerisation for nanocoatings; Methods for analysing nanocoatings and ultra-thin films.
Part 2 Applications: Conventional and advanced coatings for industrial applications: an overview;
Nanocoatings for architectural glass; Nanocoatings and ultra-thin films for packaging applications; Advanced
protective coatings for aeronautical applications; Nanoimprint lithographic (NIL) techniques for electronics
applications; Ultra-thin membranes for sensor applications; Nanocoatings for tribological applications; Self-
cleaning smart nanocoatings.
Compound yarns (core-spun yarns); Developments in hybrid yarns; Developments in rope structures and
technology; Developments in fancy yarns; Developments in 3D knitted structures; Developments in leno
weave fabrics; Developments in triaxial woven fabrics; Interwoven fabrics and their applications; Pile carpets;
Developments in Jacquard woven fabrics; Developments in 3D nonwovens; Flocked fabrics and structures;
Knotted fabrics; Developments in braided fabrics.
Introduction to food proteins; Caseins; Whey proteins; Meat protein ingredients; Gelatin; Seafood proteins;
Egg proteins; Soy proteins; Peas and other legume proteins; Wheat gluten: production, properties and
application; Canola and other oilseed proteins; Potato proteins; Mycoprotein: origins, production and
properties; Algal proteins; Texturized vegetable proteins.
Introductory papers; Turbo compressors; Heat pump and refrigeration; Reciprocating compressors (valves);
Refrigeration; Reciprocating and variable speed compressors; Manufacturing; Screw compressors; Scroll and
turbo compressors; Rotary compressors.




Part 1 Introduction: Modelling of electromigration phenomena; Modeling electromigration using the
peridynamics approach; Modeling, simulation, and x-ray microbeam studies of electromigration. Part 2
Electromigration in copper interconnects: X-ray microbeam analysis of electromigration in copper
interconnects; Voiding in copper interconnects during electromigration; The evolution of microstructure in
copper interconnects during electromigration; Scaling effects on electromigration reliability of copper
interconnects; Electromigration failure in nanoscale copper interconnects. Part 3 Electromigration in solder
and Wirebonds: Electromigration-induced microstructural evolution in lead-free and lead-tin solders;
Electromigration in flip-chip solder joints.
Part 1 Introduction to membrane science and engineering: Fundamental membrane processes, science and
engineering; Fundamental science of gas and vapour separation in polymeric membranes; Characterisation of
membranes for energy and environmental applications; Economic analysis of membrane use in industrial
applications. Part 2 Membranes for coal and gas power plants: Carbon dioxide (CO2) capture, synthesis gas
processing and oxygen (O2) transport: Membrane technology for CO2 capture in power plants; Polymeric
membranes for post-combustion CO2 capture; Inorganic membranes for pre-combustion CO2 capture;
Inorganic membranes for synthesis gas processing; O2 transport membranes: Dense ceramic membranes for
power plant applications. Part 3 Membranes for the petrochemical industry: hydrocarbon fuel and natural
gas processing, and advanced biofuels production: Membranes for hydrocarbon fuel processing and
separation; Polymeric membranes for natural gas processing; Membranes for advanced biofuels production.
Part 4 Membranes for alternative energy applications: Batteries, fuel cells and hydrogen (H2) production: Ion
exchange membranes for vanadium redox flow batteries; Membranes for lithium batteries; Proton exchange
Part 1 Microbial and chemical contamination of eggs: Microbiology and safety of table eggs; Foodborne
disease associated with eggs: microbial hazards and Salmonella enteritidis risk assessment; Internal
contamination of eggs by Salmonella enteritidis; Chemical residues and contaminants in eggs. Part 2
Salmonella control in laying hens: Detection and monitoring of Salmonella in laying hen flocks; Epidemiology
of Salmonella infections in laying hens with special emphasis on the influence of the housing system; Pre-
harvest measures to control Salmonella in laying hens; Management and sanitation procedures to control
Salmonella in laying hen flocks; Egg decontamination by washing; Alternative egg decontamination
techniques to washing. Part 3 Eggs in nutrition and other applications: The nutritional quality of eggs; Eggs,
dietary cholesterol and disease: Facts and folklore; Egg allergy; Modifying egg lipids for human health; Egg
enrichment with vitamins and trace minerals; Bioactive fractions of eggs for human and animal health; Using
egg IgY antibodies for health, diagnostic and other industrial applications; Strategic planning for the
Part 1 Egg production and consumption: Egg and egg product production and consumption in Europe and the
rest of the world; Social economic aspects of egg production in China; Egg production in Africa; Profiling the
egg consumer: attitudes, perceptions and behaviours; Egg quality assurance schemes and egg traceability.
Part 2 Egg formation, chemistry and quality parameters: Egg formation and chemistry; Use of high-
throughput technology to identify new egg components; The eggshell: structure and protective function;
Molecules involved in chemical defence of the chicken egg; Advances in egg defect detection, quality
assessment and automated sorting and grading. Part 3 Egg production and quality: Poultry breeding for egg
quality: traditional and modern genetic approaches; Hen nutrition for sustained egg quality; Effect of hen age,
moult, laying environment and egg storage on egg quality; Egg and egg product microbiology; Alternative hen
housing systems and egg quality; Avian diseases which affect egg production and quality; Parasitism in egg
production systems: the role of the red mite (Dermanyssus gallinae); Health risks for workers in egg
Part 1 Types and properties of medical textiles: Modern textiles and biomaterials for healthcare; Hi-tech
textiles for interactive wound therapies; Reusable medical textiles; Nonwoven materials and technologies for
medical applications; Textiles for implants and regenerative medicine; Textiles with cosmetic effects; Drug-
releasing textiles; Medical textiles and thermal comfort. Part 2 Textiles and the skin: Contact sensations of
medical textiles on the skin; Mechanical skin irritations due to textiles; Allergies caused by textiles;
Biofunctional textiles based on cellulose and their approaches for therapy and prevention of atopic eczema.
Part 3 Textiles for hygiene: Infection prevention and control and the role of medical textiles; Absorbent
products for personal health care and hygiene; Bio-functional textiles; Hospital laundries and their role in
medical textiles; Odour control of medical textiles. Part 4 Medical textile case studies and applications:
Textiles for medical filters; Textiles for patient heat preservation during operations; Evaluation of
occupational clothing for surgeons: achieving comfort and avoiding physiological stress through suitable
Section 1 Epidemiology. Section 2 Malnutrition in women and children. Section 3 Micronutrient deficiency
disorders: A. Vitamin a deficiency disorders (VADD); B. Iodine deficiency disorders; C. Nutritional anaemia; D.
Zinc nutrition; E. Food fortification. Section 4 Food, nutrition and health programmes. Section 5 Nutrition in
emergencies and disasters. Section 6 Geriatric nutrition. Section 7 Chronic degenerative diseases. Section 8
Programme planning and implementation. Section 9 India programmes.

Part 1 Design and production techniques for hygiene textiles: The design of novel hygiene textile products;
Nanotechnology and its applications in medical hygiene textiles; Use of knitted spacer fabrics for hygiene
applications; Innovative and sustainable packaging strategies for hygiene products; Biodegradable hygiene
products. Part 2 Design and production techniques for infection-control textiles: Micro-organisms, infection
and the role of textiles; Creating barrier textiles through plasma processing; Disposable and reusable medical
textiles; Ensuring fabrics survive sterilisation. Part 3 Product types: Washable textile-based absorbent
products for incontinence; Biological containment suits used in microbiological high containment facilities
and by emergency responders; Coated textiles for skin infections; Antimicrobial treatments of textiles for
hygiene and infection control applications: an industrial perspective.
Part 1 Processing and modeling: Weld integrity of tailor welded blanks; Deformation of tailor welded blanks
during forming; Mechanics based modelling of tailor welded blank forming; Numerical simulation modelling
of tailor welded blank forming. Part 2 Applications: Light weight metal alloy tailor welded blanks; Advanced
high-strength steel, tailor-welded blanks (AHSS-TWBs); Tailor-welded blanks for the automotive industry;
Tailor-made blanks for the aerospace industry.
Part 1 Materials and mechanical properties of bioactive glass: Melt-derived bioactive glasses; Surface
modification of bioactive glasses; Cell interaction with bioactive glasses and ceramics; Regulatory aspects of
bioactive glass. Part 2 Applications of bioactive glass: Bioactive glass and glass ceramic scaffolds for bone
tissue engineering; Nanoscaled bioactive glass particles and nanofibres; Bioactive glasses containing
composites for bone and musculoskeletal tissue engineering scaffolds; Use of bioactive glasses as bone
substitutes in orthopaedics and traumatology; Bioactive glass S53P4 as a bone graft substitute in the
treatment of osteomyelitis; Bioactive glass for maxillofacial and dental repair; Bioactive glass and
biodegradable polymer composites; Bioactive glasses for wound healing.

Part 1 Theory of thin film growth: Measuring nucleation and growth processes in thin films; Quantum
electronic stability of atomically uniform films; Phase-field modelling of thin film growth; Analysing surface
roughness evolution in thin films; Modelling thin film deposition processes based on real-time observation.
Part 2 Techniques of thin film growth: Silicon nanostructured films grown on templated surfaces by the
oblique angle deposition technique; Phase transitions in colloidal crystal thin films; Thin film growth for
thermally unstable noble-metal nitrides by reactive magnetron sputtering; Growth of graphene layers for thin
films; Epitaxial growth of graphene thin films on single crystal metal surfaces; Electronic properties and
adsorption behaviour of thin films with polar character; Polarity controlled epitaxy of III-nitrides and ZnO by
molecular beam epitaxy; Understanding substrate plasticity and buckling of thin films; Controlled buckling of
thin films on compliant substrates for stretchable electronics; The electrocaloric effect (ECE) in ferroelectric
polymer films; Network behavior in thin films and nanostructure growth dynamics.
Part 1 Fundamental principles of biaxial stretching: Fundamentals of biaxial stretching and definitions of
terms; Equipment design and requirements of biaxially stretched films; Laboratory evaluations of biaxially
stretched films; Polyolefins used in biaxial stretched films; Other polymers used for biaxial films; Biaxial film
structures; Typical industrial processes for the biaxial orientation of films; Post-production processing of
biaxially oriented films; Strain energy function and stress-strain model for uniaxial and biaxial orientation of
poly(ethylene terephthalate) (PET); Academic investigations of biaxially stretched films; Biaxial stretched
polyamide film. Part 2 Applications of biaxial films: Fresh cut produce packaging and the use of biaxial
stretched films; Biaxial stretched films for use in snack packaging; Biaxially stretched films for product
labelling; Applications of biaxial stretched films; Future trends for biaxially oriented films and orienting lines.

Introduction to polymer matrix composites. Part 1 Component materials: Reinforced materials; Matrix
materials; Interface of polymer matrix composites. Part 2 Processing of composite materials: Fabrication of
the half-finished products for polymer composites; Forming technology of polymer matrix composites;
Molding technology of sandwich structure composites. Part 3 Performance of composite materials:
Elementary mechanical properties of composite materials; Other mechanical properties of composite
materials; High frequency dielectric properties of composites and radome; Other properties of polymer
composites.

Part 1 Processed meats: Market-driven changes, legislative issues and product development: consumer
demands and regional preferences for meat; Processed meat products: consumer trends and emerging
markets; Food safety and processed meats: globalisation and the challenges; Listeriosis, salmonellosis and
verocytotoxigenic Escherichia coli: significance and contamination in processed meats; The use of irradiation
in processed meat products; Regulation of processed meat labels in the European Union; Use of sensory
science as a practical commercial tool in the development of consumer-led processed meat products. Part 2
Ingredients: Past and future roles in processed meat manufacture: scientific modeling of blended meat
products; Blood by-products as ingredients in processed meat; Utilisation of hydrocolloids in processed meat
systems; Use of cold-set binders in meat systems; Using natural antimicrobials to improve the safety and shelf-
life stability of processed meat products; Reducing salt in processed meat products; Reducing fats in
processed meat products; The use of nutraceuticals in processed meat products and their effects on product
Part 1 Nutritional influences on brain development: The effects of early diet on cognition and the brain;
Influence of long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids (LC-PUFAs) on cognitive and visual development; Zinc
deficiency and cognitive development; Iron deficiency and cognitive development; Iodine and cognitive
development. Part 2 Diet, mood and cognition: Macronutrients and cognitive performance; Carbohydrate
consumption, mood and anti-social behavior; Hydration and mental performance; Vitamin status, cognition
and mood in cognitively intact adults; Caffeine, mood and cognition; Neurocognitive effects of herbal
extracts. Part 3 Nutritional influences on behavioural problems, psychiatric illness and cognitive decline
associated with ageing: Malnutrition and externalising behaviour; The role of nutrition and diet in learning
and behaviour of children with symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; Vitamin status and
psychiatric disorders; Antioxidants, diet, polyphenols and dementia; Vitamin D, cognitive function and mental
health; Caloric intake, dietary lifestyles, macronutrient composition and dementia; Fatty acids and
Part 1 Computer-based technology for textile materials: Digital technology for yarn structure and appearance
analysis; Digital-based technology for fabric structure analysis; Computer vision-based fabric defect analysis
and measurement. Part 2 Modelling and simulation of textiles and garments: Key techniques for 3D garment
design; Modelling and simulation of fibrous yarn materials; Digital technology and modelling for fabric
structures; Modelling ballistic impact on textile materials; Modelling and simulation techniques for garments.
Part 3 Computer-based technology for apparel: Human interaction with computers and its use in the textile
apparel industry; 3D body scanning: generation Y body perception and virtual visualization; Computer
technology from a textile designer’s perspective; Digital printing technology for textiles and apparel;
Approaches to teaching computer-aided design (CAD) to fashion and textiles students; Three-dimensional
(3D) technologies for apparel and textile design; Integrated digital processes for design and development of
apparel.
Introduction; Literature survey; Collaborative assembly design; Evaluation of product assemblability in
different assembly sequences; Advanced assembly planning approach using a multi-objective genetic
algorithm; Evaluation of assembly design from assembly planning and redesign; Collaborative assembly
planning; Conclusions and recommendations.




Cocona (Solanum sessiliflorum Dunal); Coconut (Cocos nucifera L.); Dabai (Canarium odontophyllum Miq.);
Date (Phoenix dactylifera L.); Durian (Durio zibethenus Merr.); Feijoa (Acca sellowiana [Berg] Burret); Fig
(Ficus carica L.); Golden apple (Spondias dulcis Forst. syn. Spondias cytherea Sonn.); Table grape (Vitis vinifera
L.); Guava (Psidium guajava L.); Jaboticaba (Myrciaria cauliflora (Mart.) O.Berg. [Myrtaceae]); Jackfruit
(Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.); Chinese Jujube (Ziziphus jujuba Mill.) and Indian Jujube (Ziziphus mauritiana
Lam.); Kiwifruit (Actinidia spp.); Litchi (Litchi chinensis Sonn.); Longan (Dimocarpus longan Lour.); Loquat
(Eriobotrya japonica L.); Lucuma (Pouteria lucuma (Ruiz & Pav.) Kuntze); Macadamia (Macadamia integrifolia,
Macadamia tetraphylla and hybrids); Mamey apple (Mammea americana L.); Mamey sapote (Pouteria sapota
Jacq. H. E. Moore & Stearn); Mango (Mangifera indica L.).
Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana L.); Melon (Cucumis melo L.); Nance (Byrsonima crassifolia (L.) Kunth);
Noni (Morinda citrifolia L.); Olive (Olea europaea L.); Papaya (Carica papaya L.); Passion fruit (Passiflora edulis
Sim.); Pecan (Carya illinoiensis (Wangenh.) K. Koch.); Persimmon (Diospyros kaki L.); Pineapple (Ananas
comosus L. Merr.); Pistachio (Pistacia vera L.); Pitahaya (pitaya) (Hylocereus spp.); Pitanga (Eugenia uniflora
L.); Pomegranate (Punica granatum L.); Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum L.); Salak (Salacca zalacca
(Gaertner) Voss); Sapodilla (Manilkara achras (Mill) Fosb., syn Achras sapota, L.); Soursop (Annona muricata
L.); Star apple (Chrysophyllum cainito L.); Sugar apple (Annona squamosa L.) and atemoya (A. cherimola Mill.
x A. squamosa L.); Tamarillo (Solanum betaceum (Cav.)); Tamarind (Tamarindus indica L.); Wax Apple
(Syzygium samarangense (Blume) Merr. and L.M. Perry) and related species; White sapote (Casimiroa edulis
Llave & Lex).
Sustainable development (SD) as a goal in production, marketing and trade; The supply chain of textiles;
Product specification function and textile process technology; Life cycle assessment (LCA) and ecological key
figures (EKF); Product development and marketing: Management and communication.




Açai (Euterpe oleracea Mart.); Acerola (Malpighia emarginata DC.); Achachairú (Garcinia humilis (Vahl) C. D.
Adam); Ackee fruit (Blighia sapida Konig.); Aonla (Emblica officinalis Gaertn.); Arazá (Eugenia stipitata
McVaugh); Assyrian plum (Cordia myxa L.); Avocado (Persea americana Mill.); Bael (Aegle marmelos (L.) Corr.
Serr.); Banana (Musa spp.); Black sapote (Diospyros digyna Jacq.); Breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis (Parkinson)
Fosberg); Breadnut (Artocarpus camansi Blanco); Cactus pear (Opuntia species); Cajá (Spondias mombin L.);
Camu-camu (Myrciaria dubia Kunth McVaugh); Cape gooseberry (Physalis peruviana L.); Carambola (Averrhoa
carambola L.); Cashew apple and nut (Anacardium occidentale L.); Chili plum (Spondias purpurea var. Lutea);
Citrus spp.: orange, mandarin, tangerine, clementine, grapefruit, pomelo, lemon and lime.
An introduction to rice: Its qualities and mysteries; Physical properties of rice; Milling quality of rice; Degree
of milling of rice and its effect; Ageing of rice; Cooking quality of rice; Eating quality of rice; Effect of
parboiling on rice quality; Product-making quality of rice; Speciality rices; Nutritional quality of rice; Rice
breeding for desirable quality; Analysis of rice quality; Appendix: some selected rice quality test procedures.




Part 1 Superplastic forming methods: Metals for superplastic forming; Standards for superplastic forming of
metals; Processes and equipment for superplastic forming of metals; High-temperature lubricants for
superplastic forming of metals; The use of laser surface modification in combined superplastic forming and
diffusion bonding of metals. Part 2 Modelling of superplastic forming: Mathematical modelling of superplastic
metal sheet forming processes; Finite element modelling of thin metal sheet forming; Constitutive equations
for modelling superplastic forming of metals; Predicting instability in superplastic forming of metals. Part 3
Applications of superplastic forming: Superplastic forming and diffusion bonding of titanium alloys;
Superplastic forming of aluminium alloys; Quick plastic forming of aluminium alloys; Superplastic forming of
magnesium alloys; Superplastic microtubes fabricated by dieless drawing processes.

Part 1 Fundamentals of electrospinning: Introduction to electrospinning; Polymer chemistry; The
electrospinning process, conditions and control; Regulatory issues relating to electrospinning. Part 2
Electrospinning for tissue regeneration: Bone tissue regeneration; Cartilage tissue regeneration; Muscle tissue
regeneration; Tendon tissue regeneration; Nerve tissue regeneration; Heart valve tissue regeneration;
Bladder tissue regeneration; Tracheal tissue regeneration; Dental regeneration; Skin tissue regeneration;
Wound dressings. Part 3 Electrospinning for in vitro applications applications: Cell culture systems for kidney
research; Cell culture systems for pancreatic research; Cell culture systems for stem cell research.
Part 1 Introduction to chronic wounds: Dysfunctional wound healing in chronic wounds; The role of micro-
organisms and biofilms in dysfunctional wound healing; Scarring and scarless wound healing; The discovery
and development of new therapeutic treatments for the improvement of scarring; Monitoring chronic
wounds and determining treatment. Part 2 Biomaterial therapies for chronic wounds: Functional
requirements of wound repair biomaterials; Tissue-biomaterial interaction; Polymeric materials for chronic
wound and burn dressings; Dry wound healing concept using spray-on dressing for chronic wounds; Assessing
the effectiveness of antimicrobial wound dressings in vitro; Adhesives and interfacial phenomena in wound
healing; Wound healing studies and interfacial phenomena: Use and relevance of the corneal model;
Sulphonated biomaterials as glycosaminoglycan mimics in wound healing. Part 3 Molecular therapies for
chronic wounds: Drug delivery dressings; Molecular and gene therapies for wound repair; Antimicrobial
dressings; Avotermin: emerging evidence of efficacy for the improvement of scarring. Part 4 Biologically-
derived and cell-based therapies for chronic wounds: Engineered tissues for wound repair; Commercialisation
Part 1 Functional textiles and clothing for improved performance and protection: Improved textile
functionality through surface modifications; Antistatic and conductive textiles; Ultraviolet protection of
clothing; 3D body imaging and fit for functional textiles; Flame retardant functional textiles; Functional shape
memory textiles; Thermo-regulating textiles with phase change materials; Infrared functional textiles;
Functional smart textiles using stimuli-sensitive polymers; Development and design of performance
swimwear; Key elements of protection for military textiles; Developments in clothing protection technology.
Part 2 Functional textiles for improved medical and health purposes: New developments in functional medical
textiles and their mechanism of action; Improving superhydrophobic coatings for textiles through chemical
modifications; Improving superhydrophobic textile materials; Antibacterial textile materials for medical
applications; Antibacterial colorants for textiles; Pyrethroid-laden textiles for protection from biting insects;
Improving the functionality of clothing through novel pesticide protection; Biomechanics in skin-clothing
Errors in instrumental measurements; The exploratory and confirmatory analysis of univariate data; Statistical
analysis of univariate data; Statistical Analysis of Multivariate Data (MDA); Analysis of variance (ANOVA);
Linear regression models; Correlation; Nonlinear regression models.




Structural superplasticity of polycrystalline materials; Characteristics of grain boundary enesembles;
Orientation-distributed parameters of the polycrystalline structure; Experimental investigation of the
ensembles of grain boundaries in polycrystals; Grain boundary sliding in metallic bi- and tricrystals;
Percolation mechanism of deformation processes in ultrafine-grained polycrystals; Percolation processes in a
network of grain boundaries in ultrafine-grained materials; Microstructure and grain boundary ensembles in
ultrafine-grained materials; Grain boundary processes in ultrafine-grained nickel and nanonickel; Duration of
the stage of stable flow in superplastic deformation; Dervivation of constitutive equations in multicomponent
loading condistions.
Part 1 Fundamental concepts in diesel engine system design – analytical design process, durability, reliability,
and optimization: The analytical design process and diesel engine system design; Durability and reliability in
diesel engine system design; Optimization techniques in diesel engine system design. Part 2 Engine
thermodynamic cycle and vehicle powertrain performance and emissions in diesel engine system design:
Fundamentals of dynamic and static diesel engine system designs; Engine–vehicle matching analysis in diesel
powertrain system design; Engine brake performance in diesel engine system design; Combustion, emissions,
and calibration for diesel engine system design; Diesel after treatment integration and matching. Part 3
Dynamics, friction and noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) in diesel engine system design: Advanced diesel
valvetrain system design; Friction and lubrication in diesel engine system design; NVH in diesel engine system
design. Part 4 Heat rejection, air system, engine controls and system integration in diesel engine system
design: Diesel engine heat rejection and cooling; Diesel engine air system design; Diesel engine system
Part 1 Understanding welding residual stress and distortion: Introduction to welding residual stress and
distortion; Understanding welding stress and distortion using computational welding mechanics; Modelling
the effects of phase transformations on welding stress and distortion; Modelling welding stress and distortion
in large structures; Using computationally-efficient, reduced-solution methods to understand welding
distortion. Part 2 Minimising welding distortion: Minimization of bowing distortion in welded stiffeners using
differential heating; Dynamic thermal tensioning for controlling welding induced distortion; Minimizing
buckling distortion in welding by weld cooling; Minimizing buckling distortion in welding by hybrid laser arc
welding; Minimizing angular distortion in welding by reverse-side heating.
Introduction to adhesive joining technology for electronics. Part 1 Types of adhesive: Thermally conductive
adhesives in electronics; Anisotropic conductive adhesives in electronics; Isotropic conductive adhesives in
electronics; Underfill adhesive materials for flip chip applications. Part 2 Processing and properties: Structural
integrity of metal-polymer adhesive interfaces in microelectronics; Modelling techniques used to assess
conductive adhesive properties; Adhesive technology for photonics.
Introduction to bioactive materials in medicine. Part 1 Designing bioactive materials for use in medicine:
Molecular design of bioactive materials with controlled bioactivity; Bioactive materials and nanotechnology;
Bioactive materials and tissue engineering. Part 2 Applications of bioactive materials in medicine:
Antibacterial bioactive materials; Bioactive materials in orthopaedics; Bioactive materials in the circulatory
system; Bioactive materials in gene therapy; Bioactive materials in plastic surgery and body reconstruction;
Bioactive materials in drug delivery systems.

Introduction; The basic properties of building materials; Air hardening binding materials; Cement; Concrete;
Building mortar; Wall and roof materials; Construction steel; Wood; Waterproof materials; Building plastic;
Heat-insulating materials and sound-absorbing materials; Finishing materials; Appendix tests of building
materials.




Introduction; Basic properties of building decorative material; Building decorative stone; Gypsum decorative
material; Building decorative cement; Building decorative concrete and mortar; Building decorative ceramic;
Building decorative glass; Metal decorative material; Decorative wood; Decorative plastics; Building
decorative fiber fabric and its products; Architectural coatings; Adhesives; Waterproof materials; Acoustic and
thermal insulating materials; New energy-saving and environmental protective building materials.




Multifunctional and nanoreinforced polymers for food packaging. Part 1 Nanofillers for plastics in food
packaging: Multifunctional nanoclays for food contact applications; Hydrotalcites in nanobiocomposites;
Cellulose nanofillers for food packaging; Electrospun nanofibers for food packaging applications. Part 2 High
barrier plastics for food packaging: Mass transport and high barrier properties of food packaging polymers;
Ethylene-norbornene copolymers and advanced single-site polyolefins; Advances in polymeric materials for
modified atmosphere packaging (MAP); Nylon-MXD6 resins for food packaging; Ethylene-vinyl alcohol
copolymers; High barrier plastics using nanoscale inorganic films; Functional barriers against migration for
food packaging. Part 3 Active and bioactive plastics: Silver-based antimicrobial polymers for food packaging;
Incorporation of chemical antimicrobial agents into polymeric films for food packaging; Natural extracts in
plastic food packaging; Biaoctive food packaging strategies. Part 4 Nanotechnology in sustainable plastics for
food packaging: Polylactic acid (PLA) nanocomposites for food packaging applications; Polyhydroxyalkanoates
Papers cover the following areas: Heat and A/C; Heat exchange/manufacture; Engines; Alternative
powertrain; Engines/emissions; External and internal component flows; Underhood; Heat & A/C vehicle
comfort.




An overview of pressure vessels under external pressure; Axisymmetric deformation of pressure vessels; Shell
instability of pressure vessels; General instability of pressure vessels; Vibration of pressure vessel shells;
Vibrations of pressure vessel shells in water; Novel pressure hull designs; Vibration and collapse of novel
pressure hulls; Design of submarine pressure hulls to withstand buckling under external hydrostatic pressure;
Non-linear analyses of model submarine pressure hulls, using ANSYS; Star Wars underwater: deep-diving
underwater pressure vessels for missile defence systems; Vibration of a thin-walled shell under external water
pressure, using ANSYS. Appendices of computer programs.
Part 1 Properties and processing: Mechanisms and properties of the shape memory effect and superelasticity
in alloys and other materials: a practical guide; Basic characteristics of Ti-Ni based and Ti-Nb based alloys;
Development and commercialisation of TiNi and Cu-based shape memory alloys; Industrial processing of TiNi
shape memory alloys to achieve key properties; Design of shape memory alloy (SMA) coil springs for actuator
applications; Overview of the development of shape memory and superelastc alloy applications. Part 2
Application technologies for shape memory alloys: Applications of shape memory alloys in electrical
appliances; Applications of shape memory alloys in hot-water supply; The use of shape memory alloys in
construction and housing; The use of shape memory alloys (SMAs) in automobiles and trains; The use of
shape memory alloys in aerospace engineering; Ferrous (Fe-based) shape memory alloys: Properties,
processing and applications. Part 3 Application technologies for superelastic alloys: Applications of
superelastic alloys in the telecommunications, industry; Applications of superelastic alloys in the clothing,
sports and leisure industries; Medical applications of superelastic Ni-Ti alloys.
Part 1 Introduction to small and micro combined heat and power (CHP) systems: Overview of small and micro
CHP systems; Techno-economic assessment of small and micro CHP systems; Thermodynamics, performance
analysis and computational modelling of small and micro CHP systems; Integration of small and micro CHP
systems into distributed energy systems; Biomass fuels for small and micro CHP systems: Resources,
conversion and applications. Part 2 Development of small and micro CHP systems and technology: Internal
combustion and reciprocating engine systems for small and micro CHP applications; Gas turbine and
microturbine systems for small CHP applications; Stirling engine systems for small and micro CHP applications;
Organic Rankine cycle (ORC) based waste heat / waste fuel recovery systems for small CHP applications; Fuel
cell systems for small and micro CHP applications; Heat-activated cooling technologies for small and micro
CHP applications; Energy storage for small and micro CHP applications. Part 3 Application of small and micro
CHP systems: Micro CHP systems for residential and small commercial buildings; District and community
heating aspects of CHP systems; Small CHP systems for commercial buildings and institutions; Small and micro
Part 1 General issues with functional foods: Defining functional foods and associated claims; EU legislation
and functional foods: A case study; US regulation of functional foods; Australian and New Zealand regulations
on nutrition, health and related claims made on foods; Legislation of functional foods in Asia; Consumers and
health claims for functional foods. Part 2 Functional foods and health: Functional foods and acute
gastrointestinal infections; Functional foods and coronary heart disease (CHD); Anti-tumour properties of
functional foods; Functional foods and obesity; Functional foods and prevention of diabetes; Functional foods
and cognition; Functional foods and bone health. Part 3 Developing functional food products: Maximising the
functional benefits of plant foods; Developing functional ingredients: a case study of pea protein; Functional
fats and spreads; Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs) as food ingredients; Probiotic functional
foods; Functional foods for the gut: probiotics, prebiotics and synbiotics; Bioactive milk proteins, peptides
and lipids and other functional components derived from milk and bovine colostrum; Functional meat
Part 1 Analysing fracture of welded joints and structures: Constraint-based fracture mechanics in predicting
the failure of welded joints; Constraint fracture mechanics: test methods; Fracture assessment methods for
welded structures. Part 2 Analysing fatigue of welded joints and structures: Fatigue strength assessment of
local stresses in welded joints; Improving weld class systems in assessing the fatigue life of different welded
joint designs; Fatigue design rules for welded structures; Fatigue assessment methods for variable amplitude
loading of welded structures; Reliability aspects in fatigue design of welded structure using selected local
approaches: the example of k-nodes for offshore costructions; Assessing residual stresses in predicting the
service life of welded structures; Fatigue strength improvement methods.
Part 1 Saturated fats in foods: Functional and nutritional aspects: Saturated fats in foods and strategies for
their replacement: an introduction; The functional attributes that fats bring to food; Sources of saturated and
other dietary fats; Health aspects of saturated fatty acids; Chronic disease risk associated with different
dietary saturated fatty acids; Nutritional characteristics of palm oil. Part 2 Food reformulation to reduce
saturated fats: Reducing saturated fat using emulsion technology; Diacylglycerol oils: nutritional aspects and
applications in foods; Saturated fat reduction in milk and dairy products; Saturated fat reduction in butchered
meat; Saturated fat reduction in processed meat products; Altering animal diet to reduce saturated fat in
meat and milk; Reducing saturated fat in savoury snacks and fried foods; Saturated fat reduction in biscuits;
Saturated fat reduction in pastry; Reducing saturated fat in chocolate, compound coatings and filled
confectionery products; Saturated fat reduction in ice cream; Saturated fat reduction in sauces.
Part 1 Types of fibrous textiles and structures: Natural and man-made fibres: Physical properties; Yarns:
Production, processability and properties; Textile structures. Part 2 Fibrous materials as a concrete
reinforcement material: Steel fibre reinforced concrete: Material properties and structural applications;
Natural fibre reinforced concrete; The role of fibre reinforcement in mitigating shrinkage cracks in concrete.
Part 3 Fibrous materials based composites for civil engineering applications: Fibrous materials reinforced
composites production techniques; Fibrous materials reinforced composite for internal reinforcement of
concrete structures; Fibrous materials reinforced composites for structural health monitoring; Fibrous
insulation materials in building engineering applications; Acoustic behaviour of fibrous materials; The use of
textile materials for architectural membranes.
Part 1 Manufacturing of non-crimp fabrics: Production of non-crimp fabrics for composites; Standardisation
of production technologies for non-crimp fabric composites; Structural stitching of non-crimp fabric preforms
for composites; Understanding and modelling the effect of stitching on the geometry of non-crimp fabrics;
Automated analysis of defects in fibre placement in non-crimp fabrics for composites. Part 2 Manufacturing
of non-crimp fabric composites: Deformability of textile performs in the manufacture of non-crimp fabric
composites; Modelling the deformability of biaxial non-crimp fabric composites; Permeability of non-crimp
fabric preforms; Understanding variability in the permeability of non-crimp fabric composite reinforcements;
Modelling of the permeability of non-crimp fabrics for composites. Part 3 Properties of non-crimp fabric
composites: Mechanical properties of non-crimp fabric (NCF) based composites: stiffness and strength;
Damage progression in non-crimp fabric composites; Fatigue in non-crimp fabric composites; Mechanical
properties of structurally stitched non-crimp fabric composites; Predicting the effect of stitching on the
Part 1 Principles: Fabric construction approaches to textile design: Fibres, yarns and fabrics: Fundamental
principles for the textile designer; Woven textile design; Knitted textile design. Part 2 Principles: Surface
approaches to textile design: Surface design of textiles; Printed textile design; Embroidered textile design;
Designing through dyeing and finishing; The use of colour in textile design. Part 3 Applications and advances:
Colour trend forecasting and its influence on the fashion and textile industry; Sustainable textile design;
Fashion design: The dynamics of textiles in advancing cultural memes; Interior textile design; The interaction
of two and three dimensional design in textiles and fashion; The design of technical textiles; Designing future
textiles: New developments in textile structures and surface treatments.
Introduction to quality management; Product quality objectives; Impact of yarn parameters at customer’s
end; Reasons for poor quality in spinning; Normal problems and non-conformities – process wise; Normal
complaints from customers; Process control studies; Control points and check points; Role of technicians in
quality management.
Part 1 Recent trends in coffee: Introduction to coffee; Health benefits; Recent trends in value addition; Value-
added by-products. Part 2 Recent trends in value addition to tea: Introduction to tea; Types of tea and
processing; Chemical composition and pharmacological, medicinal properties of tea; High impact value-added
products of tea; Tea by-products. Part 3 Recent trends in soft drinks: Introduction to soft drinks; Global
Scenario; Classification; Ingredients; Processing technology; Quality control; Packaging aspects; Towards
future.
Part 1 Deteriorative processes and factors influencing shelf life: Microbiological spoilage of foods and
beverages; Chemical deterioration and physical instability of foods and beverages; Moisture loss, gain and
migration in foods; Insect and mite penetration and contamination of packaged foods; The influence of
ingredients on product stability and shelf life; Processing and food and beverage shelf life; Packaging and food
and beverage shelf life; Effects of food and beverage storage, distribution, display and consumer handling on
shelf life; Smart packaging for monitoring and managing food and beverage shelf life. Part 2 Methods for shelf
life and stability evaluation: Food storage trials: An introduction; Sensory evaluation methods for food shelf
life assessment; Advances in instrumental methods to determine food quality deterioration; Modelling
microbiological shelf-life of foods and beverages; Modelling chemical and physical deterioration of foods and
beverages; Accelerated shelf life testing of foods; Microbiological challenge testing of foods. Part 3 The
stability and shelf life of particular products: Beer shelf life and stability; Shelf life of wine; The stability and
Part 1 Fundamentals of high temperature superconductors: Deposition technologies, growth and properties
of high TC films; Transport properties of high TC cuprate films as superconductive materials; The optical
conductivity of high temperature superconductors. Part 2 Growth techniques and properties of particular
high temperature superconductors: Sputter deposition of large-area double-sided YBCO superconducting
films; BSCCO high TC superconducting films; Electron-doped cuprates as high temperature superconductors;
Liquid phase epitaxy (LPE) growth of HTSC high TC superconducting films. Part 3 Applications of high
temperature superconductors: High-TC Josephson junctions; d-wave YBCO dc-superconductive quantum
interference devices (dc-SQUIDs); Microwave filters using high temperature superconductors.
An introduction to polymer carbon nanotube composites. Part 1 Preparation and processing of polymer
carbon nanotube composites: Polyolefin carbon nanotube composites by in-situ polymerisation; Surface
treatment of carbon nanotubes via plasma technology; Functionalisation of carbon nanotubes for polymer
nanocomposites; Influence of material and processing parameters on carbon nanotube dispersion in polymer
melts; High-shear melt processing of polymer carbon nanotube composites; Injection moulding of polymer
carbon nanotube composites; Elastomer carbon nanotube composites; Epoxy carbon nanotube composites.
Part 2 Properties and characterisation of polymer carbon nanotube composites: Quantification of dispersion
and distribution of carbon nanotubes in polymer composites using microscopy techniques; Influence of
thermo-rheological history on electrical and rheological properties of polymer carbon nanotube composites;
Electromagnetic properties of polymer carbon nanotube composites; Mechanical properties of
polymer/polymer-grafted carbon nanotube composites; Multi-scale modeling of polymer carbon nanotube
composites; Raman spectroscopy of polymer carbon nanotube composites; Rheology of polymer carbon
Bone tissue engineering. Part 1 Bone reconstruction in implantology and reconstructive preprosthetic
surgery: Fundamentals of bone grafting in implantology; Cranial bone grafting in maxillary preprosthetic
surgery; Maxillary sinus grafting for implant insertion; Symphyseal and alveolar reconstruction in
preprosthetic surgery; Mandible corpus reconstruction for implant insertion: The available techniques;
Alveolar bi-directional distraction in preprosthetic surgery; Alveolar widening using distraction osteogenesis
(DO) in maxillofacial surgery; Bone grafting and Le fort 1 osteotomy in cases of major atrophy of the maxilla.
Part 2 Reconstruction in particular situations: Applications of biomaterials in alveolar and maxillofacial bone
reconstruction; Implants in congenital missing teeth; Maxillo-mandibular amputations and implants
rehabilitation; Alveolar reconstruction in cleft for implant rehabilitation; Bone reconstruction in irradiated
situations; Periodontal surgery related to alveolar bone reconstruction for implant insertion. Part 3 Tissue
engineering: Mucosal and gingival tissue engineering; Osteoinductivization of dental implants and bone-
Part 1 Fundamentals: Corrosion electrochemistry of magnesium (Mg) and its alloys; Activity and passivity of
magnesium (Mg) and its alloys. Part 2 Metallurgical effects: Corrosion of magnesium (Mg) alloys and
metallurgical influence; Role of structure and earth-rare elements on the corrosion of magnesium (Mg) alloys;
Corrosion behaviour of magnesium (Mg) based bulk metallic glasses; Corrosion of innovative magnesium (Mg)
alloys. Part 3 Environmental influences: Atmospheric corrosion of magnesium (Mg) alloys; Stress corrosion
cracking (SCC) of magnesium (Mg) alloys; Corrosion creep and fatigue behaviour of magnesium (Mg) alloys;
Magnesium (Mg) corrosion: a challenging concept for degradable implants; Corrosion of magnesium (Mg)
alloys in engine coolants; Numerical modelling of galvanic corrosion of magnesium (Mg) alloys; Non-aqueous
electrochemistry of magnesium. Part 4 Corrosion protection: Electrodeposition of aluminium (Al) on
magnesium (Mg) alloys in ionic liquids; Corrosion protection of magnesium (Mg) alloys using conversion and
electrophoretic coatings; Anodisation and corrosion of magnesium (Mg) alloys.

Part 1 Processing of bulk nanostructured metals and alloys: Production of bulk nanostructured metals and
alloys by severe plastic deformation (SPD); Bulk nanostructured metals and alloys produced by accumulative
roll-bonding; Nanocrystalline metals and alloys prepared by mechanical attrition; Processing of
nanostructured steels by solid reaction; Processing of bulk nanocrystalline metals and alloys by
electrodeposition; Bulk nanocrystalline and nanocomposite alloys produced from amorphous phase; Severe
plastic deformation and production of nanostructured alloys by machining. Part 2 Microstructure:
Deformation structures including twins in nanograined pure metals; Microstructure and mechanical
properties of nanostructured ferrous alloys by equal-channel angular pressing; Characteristic structures and
properties of nanostructured metals prepared by plastic deformation. Part 3 Mechanical properties:
Strengthening mechanisms in nanocrystalline metals; Elastic and plastic deformation in nanocrystalline
metals; Mechanical properties of multi-scale metallic materials; Enhanced ductility and its mechanisms in
nanocrystalline metallic materials; Mechanical behavior of nanostructured metals based on molecular
Part 1 Tracing and tracking in the food chain: The role of service orientation in future web-based food
traceability systems; Biotracing: A new integrated concept in food safety; Using stochastic simulation to
evaluate the cost-effectiveness of traceability systems: The case of quality control in a fresh produce supply
chain; Preventing and mitigating food bioterrorism. Part 2 Food safety and quality: Understanding and
monitoring pathogen behaviour in the food chain; Foodborne viruses: Understanding the risks and
developing rapid surveillance and control measures; Ranking hazards in the food chain; Continuous
temperature monitoring along the chilled food supply chain; Emerging safety and quality issues in compound
feeds with implications for human foods; Improving microbial safety in the beef production chain; Animal
welfare: An essential component in food safety and quality. Part 3 Authenticity and origin of food products:
Detection and traceability of genetically modified organisms in food supply chains; The relevance of sampling
for the control of genetically modified organisms in the agri-food chain; New approaches to determining the
Part 1 Fundamentals of radioactive materials separations processes: Chemistry, engineering and safeguards:
Chemistry of radioactive materials in the nuclear fuel cycle; Physical and chemical properties of actinides in
nuclear fuel reprocessing facilities; Chemical engineering for advanced aqueous radioactive material
separations; Spectroscopic on-line monitoring for process control and safeguarding of radiochemical streams
in nuclear fuel reprocessing; Safeguards technology for radioactive materials processing and nuclear fuel
reprocessing facilities. Part 2 Separation and extraction processes for nuclear fuel reprocessing and
radioactive waste treatment: Standard and advanced separation: PUREX processes for nuclear fuel
reprocessing; Alternative separation and extraction: UREX+ processes for actinide and targeted fission
product recovery; Advanced reprocessing for fission product separation and extraction; Combined processes
for high level radioactive waste separations: UNEX and other extraction processes. Part 3 Emerging and
innovative techniques in nuclear fuel reprocessing and radioactive waste treatment: Nuclear engineering for
Part 1 Introduction: Expressions; Statements; Programming; Architecture; Plotting. Part 2 Solving non-linear
equations: Solving systems of linear equations; Computational eigenvalue problems; Introduction to finite
difference schemes for ordinary differential equations; Interpolation and approximation.




Part 1 Introduction: Fundamentals of knitting: Types and suitability of yarns for knitting; The physical
properties of weft knitted structures; Modelling of knitting. Part 2 Advances in knitting: Intelligent yarn
delivery systems in weft knitting; Advances in warp knitted fabric production; Weft knitted structures for
industrial applications; Advances in circular knitting; Knitted fabric composites; Quality control in the knitting
process and common knitting faults. Part 3 Case studies: Advanced knitted products: Women’s apparel:
Knitted underwear; Knitted structures for sound absorption; Weft knitted structures for moisture
management.
Part 1 Introduction: Structural properties of silicon-germanium (SiGe) nanostructures; Electronic band
structures of SiGe alloys. Part 2 Formation of nanostructures: Understanding crystal growth mechanisms in
SiGe nanostructures; Types of SiGe bulk crystal growth methods and their applications; SiGe crystal growth
using molecular beam epitaxy; SiGe crystal growth using chemical vapour deposition; Strain engineering of
SiGe virtual substrates; Formation of silicon-germanium-on-insulator (SGOI)substrates; Miscellaneous
methods and materials for SiGe based heterostructures; Modelling the evolution of germanium islands on
silicon(001) thin films; Strain engineering of SiGe micro- and nanostructures. Part 3 Material properties of
SiGe nanostructures: Self-diffusion and dopant diffusion in germanium (Ge) and SiGe alloys; Dislocations and
other strain-induced defects in SiGe nanostructures; Transport properties of SiGe nanostructures at low
temperatures; Transport properties of SiGe nanostructures and applications in devices; Microcavities and
quantum cascade laser structures based on SiGe nanostructures; Silicide and germanide technology for
Overview of oxy-fuel combustion technology for carbon dioxide (CO2) capture. Part 1 Introduction to oxy-fuel
combustion: Economic comparison of oxy-coal CO2 capture and storage (CCS) with pre- and post-combustion
CCS; Oxy-fuel power plant operation; Industrial scale oxy-fuel technology demonstration; Oxy-fuel
combustion on circulating fluidized bed (CFB). Part 2 Oxy-fuel combustion fundamentals: Ignition, flame
stability, and char combustion in oxy-fuel combustion; Oxy-coal burner design for utility boilers; Pollutant
formation and emissions from oxy-coal power plants; Oxy-fuel heat transfer characteristics and impacts on
boiler design; Current and future oxygen (O2) supply technologies for oxy-fuel combustion; CO2 compression
and purification technology for oxy-fuel combustion. Part 3 Advanced oxy-fuel combustion concepts and
developments: Direct oxy-coal combustion with minimum or no flue gas recycle; High pressure oxy-fuel
(HiPrOx) combustion systems; Chemical-looping combustion for power generation and CO2 capture; Oxy-fuel
combustion of gaseous fuel.
Part 1 Processing and surface treatments to compose the interface in natural fibre composites: Modifying
cellulose fiber surfaces in the manufacture of natural fiber composites; Interface engineering through matrix
modification in natural fibre composites; Preparation of cellulose nanocomposites; Characterization of fibre
surface treatments in natural fiber composites by infrared and raman spectroscopy; Testing the effect of
processing and surface treatment on the interfacial adhesion of single fibres in natural fibre composites;
Assessing fibre surface treatment to improve the mechanical properties of natural fibre composites. Part 2
Testing interfacial properties in natural fibre composites: Electrokinetic characterisation of interfacial
property of natural fibres; Mechanical assessment of natural fiber composites; Thermochemical assessment
of natural fibre composites; Assessing the moisture uptake behaviour of natural fibres; Creep and fatigue of
natural fibre composites; Impact behavior of natural fiber composite laminates; Raman spectroscopy and x-
ray scattering for assessing the interface in natural fibre composites.
Part 1 Processing of hydrogels: Hydrogel swelling behaviour and its biomedical applications; Superabsorbent
cellulose-based hydrogels for biomedical applications; Synthesis of hydrogels – control of structure and
properties; Processing and fabrication technologies for biomedical hydrogels; Regulation of novel biomedical
hydrogel products; Failure of hydrogel implants – mechanical properties. Part 2 Applications: Spinal disc
implants using hydrogels; Hydrogels for intraocular lenses and other ophthalmic prostheses; Cartilage
replacement implants using hydrogels; Imaging implants in situ.

Part 1 Pre-adult nutrition and health: Children’s dietary needs: nutrients, interactions and their role in health;
Fluids and children’s health; Childhood obesity: the contribution of diet; Diet, behaviour and cognition in
children; Food allergies and intolerances in children. Part 2 Children’s food choices: Food promotion and food
choice in children; Increasing children’s food choices: strategies based upon research and practice; School-
based interventions to improve food choices: The Kid’s Choice Program. Part 3 Design of food and drink
products for children: Consumer testing of food products using children; Case studies of consumer testing of
food products using children; Working with children and adolescents for food product development.

Part 1 Determining mycotoxins in food and feed: Sampling strategies to control mycotoxins; Sample
preparation and clean up for mycotoxin analysis: Principles, applications and recent developments;
Chromatographic separation techniques for determination of mycotoxins in food and feed; Mass
spectrometry in multi-mycotoxin and fungal spore analysis; Immunochemical methods for rapid mycotoxin
detection in food and feed. Part 2 Quality Assurance and official methods for determining mycotoxins in food
and feed: Official methods and performance criteria for determining mycotoxins in food and feed; Ensuring
the quality of results from food control laboratories: Laboratory accreditation, method validation and
measurement uncertainty. Part 3 Development and analysis of biomarkers for mycotoxins: Developing
biomarkers of human exposure to mycotoxins; Developing mechanism-based and exposure biomarkers for
mycotoxins in animals. Part 4 Determining mycotoxigenic fungi in food and feed: Rationale for a polyphasic
approach in the identification of mycotoxigenic fungi; Molecular identification of mycotoxigenic fungi in food
and feedstuffs; Identification of genes and gene clusters involved in mycotoxin synthesis; DNA barcoding of
Surface topography; Friction and wear; Lubrication and roughness; Micro/nano tribology; Tribology in
manufacturing; Bio and medical tribology.
Part 1 Materials and properties: Designing clinically useful substitutes for the extracellular matrix; Designing
ceramics for injectable bone graft substitutes; Rheological properties of injectable biomaterials; Improving
mechanical properties of injectable polymers and composites. Part 2 Clinical applications: Drug delivery
applications of injectable biomaterials; Tissue engineering applications of injectable biomaterials; Vascular
applications of injectable biomaterials; Orthopaedic applications of injectable biomaterials; Dental
applications of injectable biomaterials; Injectable polymeric carriers for gene delivery systems. Part 3
Technologies and developments: Environmentally responsive injectable materials; Injectable nanotechnology;
Injectable biodegradable materials; Troubleshooting and hurdles to development of biomaterials;
Biocompatibility of injectable materials; Future applications of injectable biomaterials: The use of microgels as
modular injectable scaffolds.
Radioactive waste characterisation. Part 1 Radioactive waste treatment processes and conditioning
technologies: Compaction processes; Incineration and plasma processes; Application of inorganic cements;
Calcination and vitrification processes; Historical development of glass and ceramic waste forms for high level
radioactive wastes; Decommissioning of nuclear facilities and environmental remediation. Part 2 Advanced
materials and technologies for the immobilisation of radioactive wastes: Geopolymers; Glass matrices;
Ceramic matrices; Development of waste packages: French experience; Development and use of metal
containers. Part 3 Long-term performance assessment and knowledge management techniques: Failure
mechanisms of nuclear waste forms; Long-term performance models; Knowledge management techniques.
Part 1 Fundamentals of comfort and assessment: Factors affecting comfort: Human physiology and the role of
clothing; Properties of fibres and fabrics that contribute to human comfort; Wool and garment comfort; How
consumers perceive comfort in apparel; Laboratory measurement of thermo-physiological comfort; Testing,
analyzing and predicting the comfort properties of textiles. Part 2 Improving comfort in apparel: Improving
thermal comfort in apparel; Improving moisture management in apparel; Improving tactile comfort in fabrics
and clothing; Garment pattern design and comfort; Improving body movement comfort in apparel. Part 3
Improving comfort in particular types of clothing: Evaluating the heat-stress and comfort of fire-fighter and
emergency responder protective clothing; Improving comfort in military protective clothing; Balancing
comfort and function in textiles worn by medical personnel; Improving comfort in sports and leisure wear;
Cold weather clothing and comfort; Achieving comfort in intimate apparel.
Part 1 Materials and structure: Thermal barrier coatings prepared by electron beam physical vapor deposition
(EB-PVD); Ceramic thermal barrier coating materials; Metallic coatings for high-temperature oxidation
resistance; Nanostructured thermal barrier coatings. Part 2 Processing and spraying techniques: Plasma
spraying and its applications: Processes and applications; Processing, microstructures and properties of
thermal barrier coatings EB-PVD; Processing, microstructures and properties of thermal barrier coatings by
plasma spraying (PS); Plasma-sprayed thermal barrier coatings with segmentation cracks; Detonation gun
sprayed thermal barrier coatings. Part 3 Performance of thermal barrier coatings: Oxidation and hot-
corrosion of thermal barrier coatings (TBCs); Failure mechanism of thermal barrier coatings by EB-PVD under
thermo-mechanical coupled loads; Non-destructive evaluation (NDE) of thermal barrier coatings; Substrate
and bond coat related failure of thermal barrier coatings; Life prediction of thermal barrier coatings; New
materials, technologies and processes in thermal barrier coatings.
Introduction to electroless copper and nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) depositions. Part 1 Electroless copper
depositions: Surface morphology evolution of electroless copper deposits; Cross-section of electroless copper
deposits and the void fraction; Crystal structure and surface residual stress of electroless copper deposits; The
atomic model of the diamond pyramid structure in electroless copper deposits; Molecular dynamics (MD)
simulation of the diamond pyramid structure in electroless copper deposits; Adhesion strength of electroless
copper deposit to epoxy board; Electrical resistivity of electroless copper deposit; Applications of electroless
copper deposits. Part 2 Electroless nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) depositions: Crystallisation of nickel-phosphorus
(Ni-P) deposits with high phosphorus content; Crystallisation of nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) deposits with
medium and low phosphorus content; Modelling the thermodynamics and kinetics of crystallisation of nickel-
phosphorus deposits; Artificial neural network (ANN) modelling of crystallisation temperatures of nickel-
phosphorus deposits; Hardness evolution of nickel-phosphorus (Ni-P) deposits with thermal processing;
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Alexei Baranov and Eric Tournie, CNRS Electronics Institute of the South (IES - CNRS UMR 5214) and the   TTBL
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N Gokarneshan is principal at NIFT TEA College of Knitwear Fashion, tirupur, India                         TDH




Dr Bimlesh Mann is Principal Scientist (Livestock products Technology) at National Dairy Research Institute, TDCT
Karnal, India




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John P.T Mo is currently Professor and Discipline Head of Manufacturing and Materials at RMIT University.      TGB
Prior to RMIT, he was Senior Principal Research Scientist in CSIRO leading research teams working on risk
analysis, electricity market simulation, wireless communication, fault detection and production scheduling
and more. He obtained his PhD in Manufacturing Engineering from Loughborough University, UK, and is a
Fellow of Engineers Australia.

Arvind Sinha is currently Director of Engineering, Defence Materiel Organization, in Australia. Formerly, he
was Director of the Sir Lawrence Wackett Centre for Aerospace Design at RMIT. He was also the President
of the Australian Chapter of the American Helicopter Society from which he received two awards in 2004
and 2007, recognising his contribution to aerospace engineering. He obtained his PhD in Aerospace
Engineering from RMIT University.
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Professor Vladimir Aslanov is Head of the Theoretical Mechanics Department of Samara State Aerospace       TGB
University in Russia. He is a Dr. Sc. Techn, full professor. Aslanov speaks regularly at the international
conferences, has more than 100 scientific publications and has been recognized for his achievements by the
Russian Federation.

Dr Alexander Ledkov is Ph. D associate professor of the Theoretical Mechanics Department of Samara State
Aerospace University. He has many years experience working in the field of mechanics of space flight.




Professor David Murray-Smith is Emeritus Professor and Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the School of    TGB
Engineering at the University of Glasgow. He is also Adjunct Research Professor at California State
University Chico. His research has involved helicopter flight mechanics model validation and system
identification from flight data, flight control system design, ship and underwater vehicle control and
collaborative work in other multidisciplinary areas such as hydro-turbine system modelling and control,
electro-optic sensor systems and biomedical engineering.




Dr J. Hayavadana is prof and head with Dept of Textile Technology, University College of Technology,       TDPH
Osmania University, India
Professor José Meseguer is a Full Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the Universidad Politécnica de  TGB
Madrid (UPM), and the Director of IDR/UPM, an Institute of UPM for Aerospace Research and Development
activities; he has worked in several ESA/ESTEC contracts on thermal control (Spacecraft Thermal Control
Design Data Handbook).

Dr. Pérez-Grande is Associate Professor of Thermodynamics at UPM, and the Head of the Thermal Control
Division of IDR/UPM. She was responsible for the thermal control design and testing of the satellite UPM-
Sat 1, as well as the thermal control of several instruments for ESA missions.

Professor Sanz-Andrés was the technical director of the satellite UPM-Sat 1, and is Full Professor of
Aerospace Engineering at UPM; he is advisor in thermal and structural design in the development of several
scientific space instruments. Member of the European Space Agency (ESA) “Physical Science Working
Group” (PSWG).
Dr Gordana Colovic is a professor at The College of Textile Design, Technology and Management, Serbia.     TDH
She has authored 3 books and several research papers have been published in more than 65 journals.




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The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) is one of the leading professional engineering institutions TG
in the world.




Bohuslav Necká? is professor, Dept. of Textile Technology, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic.   TDH

Dipayan Das is assistant professor, Dept. of Textile Technology, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.




Jen? Gubicza is an associate professor at Eotvos Lorand University in Budapest, Hungary, Chairman of the    TGM
Diffraction group of the Roland Eotvos Physical Society and a Member of the Solid State Physics Committee
of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He received his PhD and Dr.habil degrees at Eotvos Lorand
University in 1997 and 2005, respectively. Most recently Gubicza achieved the scientific title of Doctor of
the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2009. He is an expert in processing, microstructure and mechanical
properties of nanomaterials and has published more than 130 papers that have been cited more than 1000
times. Gubicza was previously a Member of the Physics Jury of the Hungarian National Scientific Fund.




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Brian Austin is the Director of the Institute of Aquaculture and Professor of Microbiology at the University   TVT
of Stirling. He is internationally-known for his research on infectious disease in aquaculture.




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Anant Sahay is a highly experienced IT Professional working in the Commercial Aviation industry since 1982. TGB
He has hands on experience in Strategic Planning, Execution and delivery of IT solutions for Aircraft
Maintenance, including Business Intelligence and Systems Integration. Sahay holds a Production
Engineering degree and an MBA. He is a PMI certified Project Management Professional (PMP) as well a
TOGAF Certified Enterprise Architect and is currently working with IBM Australia as a Senior Managing
Consultant and Subject Matter Expert on Aviation MRO supporting IBM’s global initiatives. Sahay has been
associated with a number of airlines either as an employee or as a consultant with Qantas, Emirates Airline,
Gulf Air, ADAT (Abu Dhabi Aviation Technology); Malaysian Airlines, Air China, Saudi Arabian Airline, Air
New Zealand; and Eva Air among others.
Johanna Fink-Gremmels is Professor in the Veterinary Faculty of Utrecht University and works within the      TDCT
Institute of Risk Assessment Sciences (IRAS). She is also the current President of the European Association
for Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (EAVPT) and a longstanding member of the CONTAM Panel of
the European Food Safety Authority. Her work on animal health risk assessment following exposure to
contaminants and natural toxins has gained international recognition, resulting in many academic
distinctions.
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Professor I. M. Low is the current WA Branch President and Federal Secretary of the Australian Ceramic        TGB
Society. Since 2008, he has served on the Editorial Board of the Journal of the Australian Society. He is the
recipient of the prestigious 1996 Joint Australasian Ceramic Society/Ceramic Society of Japan Ceramic
Award for ceramics research and edited five books, along with authoring over 200 archival research papers.
He also currently serves as an OzReader for the Australian Research Council to assess Laureate Fellowships
and Discovery Projects proposals.




Elena Pereloma is Professor of Physical Metallurgy and Director of the BlueScope Steel Metallurgy Centre at TDM
the University of Wollongong, Australia.

David Edmonds is Emeritus Professor of Metallurgy at University of Leeds, UK. Both have made major
contributions to steel research.




Elena Pereloma is Professor of Physical Metallurgy and Director of the BlueScope Steel Metallurgy Centre at TDM
the University of Wollongong, Australia.

David Edmonds is Emeritus Professor of Metallurgy at University of Leeds, UK. Both have made major
contributions to steel research.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) is one of the leading professional engineering institutions TG
in the world.




Qingrong Huang is Associate Professor in the Department of Food Science at Rutgers University at New        TDCT
Brunswick, USA. He is internationally-known for his research into the applications of nanotechnology in the
food industry.




Stanley P. Cauvain is a director of BakeTran, UK. He is a leading authority in the bread and baking industry   TDCT
and was President of the International Association for Cereal Science and Technology between 2004 and
2006.




Saverio Affatato is a Medical Physicist at the Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli in Italy. He is internationally-known MBG
for his research in orthopaedic implant wear phenomena.




Colleen Bettles is Assistant Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Design in Light Metals at Monash     TDM
University.

Matthew Barnett is ARC Future Fellow and Professor of Metallurgy at Deakin University. Both are
internationally-renowned for their research in magnesium alloys.
Kit L. Yam is a Professor in Department of Food Science at Rutgers University.                                   TDCT

Dong Sun Lee is a Professor at the Department of Food Science and Biotechnology at Kyungnam University,
South Korea. Both are noted for their research on food packaging.




Terence Gourlay is Professor of Medical Diagnostics in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at               MNB
University of Strathclyde, UK.

Serdar Gunaydin is Professor in the Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, K. Kale University, Turkey. Both
are internationally-renowned for their research in innovative CPB techniques.




Dr Ineta Vi?umsone-Nemes has conducted academic research and worked in textile manufacturing for                 TDH
almost 20 years, including working with garment manufacturers from several European countries. She is
now an independent consultant and lecturer in garment production technologies and management.




Dr Colin Atkinson is a leading consultant to the textile industry in issues affecting textured yarns with over   TDH
30 years experience. He is a former Managing Director of Intex Yarns Limited and Technical Director of
Rieter-Scragg Limited, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of yarn texturing machinery.




Ashok Rao is Chief Scientist for Power Systems at the Advanced Power and Energy Program, University of           THF
California. He has an international reputation for his research into combined cycle technology.
Dr David Baines offers consultancy services in food ingredients through Baines Food Consultancy Ltd, and   TDCT
has over 25 years of experience in the food industry.

Richard Seal is the owner of Food Dynamics Ltd, a product development consultancy, and is a Food
Technologist with 40 years experience of both ingredients and finished products.




Dr Christoph Hartnig works at Chemetall GmbH and formerly headed research departments at both BASF         THX
Fuel Cell GmbH and the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW), Germany.

Dr Christina Roth is Professor for Renewable Energies at Technische Universität Darmstadt and Head of a
Research Group at the Institute for Applied Materials - Energy Storage Systems, Karlsruhe Institute of
Technology (KIT), Germany. The editors are well known for their research and work in the fields of low
temperature fuel cell technology and materials characterisation.




Chi Tat Kwok is Associate Professor in the Department of Electromechanical Engineering at the University of TDCK
Macau, China. He is well-known for his research in corrosion and surface engineering.




Dr Seng Ghee Tan is a Research Scientist with the Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore. TBN


Professor Mansoor Jalil is an Associate Professor with the National University of Singapore (NUS) and a
Faculty Associate with the Agency for Science, Technology and Research, Singapore.
Anthony Atala is the W. Boyce Professor and Director of the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative            TGM
Medicine and the Chair of Urology at Wake Forest University, USA. Professor Atala is internationally
recognised for his research in stem cells, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine.




Janet Best is internationally recognised as an expert in global textile colour management. Her work with      TDCJ
inspirational designers and leading edge colour technology providers in fashion retail has developed the
foundation for a vast international network of colour specialists including artists, designers, architects,
colour chemists, scientists, psychologists and educators. Janet’s knowledge and passion for colour allows
her to work seamlessly with a wide range of industries and professionals creating many successful
entrepreneurial collaborations. Janet’s work is a clear demonstration that ‘colour has no boundaries’ and
‘every business is in the colour business’.




Dr. Maziar Ramezani is currently a Post Doctorate fellow at School of Mechanical Engineering, Universiti      TGB
Sains Malaysia, Malaysia.

Dr. Zaidi Mohd Ripin is Associate Professor and Dean of School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,
Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia.


Jason Rowe is the Chief Product Engineer (Lightweight Architectures) for a global automotive engineering      TGM
consultancy. He has over 25 years experience in automotive engineering.




Dr Rafael Luque is the Ramon y Cajal fellow at the University of Córdoba , Spain.                             THX

Professor Juan Antonio Melero is an academic researcher at Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain. The
editors are internationally renowned for their research into biomass conversion and biofuels production.
Luigi Ambrosio is Director of the Institute for Composite and Biomedical Materials, National Research        TGM
Council of Italy.

Elizabeth Tanner is Professor of Mechanics of Materials and Structures at the University of Glasgow, UK.
Both are noted for their research in bone biomaterials and therapies.




J. Paulo Davim received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Porto in 1997 and the         TGB
Aggregation from the University of Coimbra in 2005. Currently, he is Aggregate Professor in the Department
of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Aveiro and Head of MACTRIB - Machining and Tribology
Research Group. He has more than 24 years of teaching and research experience in machining, tribology
and manufacturing processes. He is the Editor of four international journals, and also guest editor, editorial
board member, reviewer and scientific advisor for many international journals and conferences. He has also
published more than 300 articles in SCI journals (h-index 15) and conferences.




Dr Michele (Mike) Laraia is a private consultant and a former Unit Leader, IAEA Waste Technology Section THK
(1991-2011), responsible for nuclear facility decommissioning and environmental remediation. He is
internationally renowned for his work in managing technical co-operation projects and developing technical
publications, conferences and seminars.




Adrian P. Mouritz is Professor of Aerospace Materials at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology,        TGM
Australia.
Mike Driver is Biomaterials Business Director at Vertellus Specialties UK Ltd. He has been instrumental in   TGM
the development of new materials for contact lenses and biocompatible coatings for medical devices.




Dr Damien Féron is Director of Research at the Nuclear Energy Division of the Atomic Energy and              THK
Alternative Energies Commission (CEA), and Professor at the National Institute for Nuclear Science and
Technology (INSTN), France. He is also Chairman of the Nuclear Corrosion Working Party (WP4) and of the
Science and Technology Advisory Committee (STAC) of the European Federation of Corrosion (EFC). He is
world-renowned for his leadership and research in the field of nuclear materials corrosion and its
mitigation.




Dr Christoph Hartnig works at Chemetall GmbH and formerly headed research departments at both BASF           THX
Fuel Cell GmbH and the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW), Germany.

Dr Christina Roth is Professor for Renewable Energies at Technische Universität Darmstadt and Head of a
Research Group at the Institute for Applied Materials - Energy Storage Systems, Karlsruhe Institute of
Technology (KIT), Germany. The editors are well known for their research and work in the fields of low
temperature fuel cell technology and materials characterisation.




Dr Viswanathan S. Saji works in the Department of Advanced Materials Chemistry in Korea University, South TDCK
Korea.

Dr. Ronald Cook works at TDA Research, Inc, USA.

Both editors are renowned for their research into corrosion protection.




Dr Paul Robinson, Dr Emile Greenhalgh and Dr Silvestre Pinho all work in the Department of Aeronautics at TDCP
Imperial College London, UK. They are widely renowned for their expertise on the failure mechanics of
composite materials.
Agustín Alonso is Emeritus Professor and Chair of Nuclear Technology at Madrid Polytechnic University,         THK
Spain, and serves on the IAEA’s International Nuclear Safety Advisory Group (INSAG).




Richard P. Gangloff is the Ferman W. Perry Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University TDM
of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA.

Brian P. Somerday is a member of the technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, California,
USA. Both editors are world authorities in the field of hydrogen embrittlement.




Professor Viktor P. Astakhov works in the General Motors Business Unit, USA                                    TGXW

Stefan Joksch is the Technical Director at Oemeta Chemische Werke GmbH. Both editors are renowned
authorities in the field of metal working fluids.




Richard P. Gangloff is the Ferman W. Perry Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University TDM
of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, USA.

Brian P. Somerday is a member of the technical staff at Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, California,
USA. Both editors are world authorities in the field of hydrogen embrittlement.




J. Paulo Davim received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Porto in 1997 and the         TG
Aggregation from the University of Coimbra in 2005. Currently, he is Aggregate Professor in the Department
of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Aveiro and Head of MACTRIB - Machining and Tribology
Research Group. He has more than 24 years of teaching and research experience in machining, tribology
and manufacturing processes. He is the Editor of four international journals, and also guest editor, editorial
board member, reviewer and scientific advisor for many international journals and conferences. He has also
published more than 300 articles in SCI journals (h-index 15) and conferences.
Dr Ziad Melhem is Key Accounts Manager at Oxford Instruments (OI), UK. He is widely regarded for his work THR
in applied superconductivity, with over 20 years' experience in superconductivity and cryogenics including
low and high temperature superconductor materials and applications.




Dr Nicolas Roussel is a researcher at the Institut Français des Sciences et Technologies des Transport, de   TNK
l’Aménagement et des Réseaux (IFSTTAR), France. He is well-known for his research on the rheology of
concrete.




Mahesh C. Chaturvedi is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing                 TGM
Engineering at the University of Manitoba, Canada.




Hong Hocheng is a University Chair Professor in the Department of Power Mechanical Engineering at the        TDCP
National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan, ROC.




Dr John Piggott was until recently Reader in Food Science at University of Strathclyde, where he worked for TDCT
many years on sensory analysis and quality of alcoholic beverages.
Dr. Lena Horne is an Associate Professor in the Department of Textile Sciences at the University of          TDH
Manitoba, Canada and is widely regarded for her contribution to promoting education in textile sciences.




Prof. Efrén M. Benavides is a lecturer at the School of Aeronautics (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) in   TGB
mechanical design, reciprocating engines and propulsion systems with research work in the field of
aeronautics. These research fields include several topics related with engineering design such as axial
compressors, reciprocating engines, thermoacoustics, heat transfer and reliability. Benavides has written
several articles about these subjects in a variety of scholarly journals and scientific literature.

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) is one of the leading professional engineering institutions TGBN
in the world.

Mian N. Riaz is the Director of the Food Protein R&D Center and Head of the Extrusion Technology Program TDCT
at Texas A&M University, USA.

Galen J. Rokey is the Process Manager for the Pet Food Applications Group within Wenger Manufacturing.




Professor Klas Weman currently works for WEMAB AB in Sweden. He has previously worked for ESAB               TGXW
Welding Equipment AB and in the Welding Technology Department of the Royal Institute of Technology in
Stockholm, Sweden.




V. Ramesh Babu is a Senior lecturer at Department of Apparel and Fashion Technology, Sona College of         TDPH
Technology. He holds a postgraduate degree in textile technology and has a wide experience in the field of
industrial merchandising. He has presented papers in national and international conferences.
B. Purushothama, in his service of 40 years in the textile and garment industry, has worked in various       TDH
capacities in Spinning, Maintenance, Projects, Quality Assurance and in Research. He is a Lead Auditor in
ISO 9000 since 1994 and a Certified Quality Analyst from Tata Quality Management Services. The Textile
Association (India) awarded him fellowship in 1985, and Institute of Engineers in 2009.
Prof. (Dr.) Sadhan Chandra Ray is working as Professor in Fabric Manufacture at Institute of Jute            TDH
Technology, Kolkata.




John Holah is Head of Food Hygiene at Campden BRI, UK.                                                       TDCT

Huub Lelieveld was President of the European Federation of Food Science and Technology for four years,
and was President of the European Hygienic Engineering and Design Group (EHEDG)for over 12 years. He
has also been Chair and Co-founder of the Nonthermal Processing Division and Chair of the International
Division of the Institute of Food Technologists, of which he is a Fellow. Until his retirement he was with
Unilever, responsible for novel food preservation techniques and hygienic processing and plant design.




Dr Matthew Clark is a lecturer in the Department of Colour Science at the University of Leeds.               TDH




Dr Matthew Clark is a lecturer in the Department of Colour Science at the University of Leeds.               TDH




Clifford Matthews CEng, FIMechE is Director of Matthews Engineering Training Limited, UK, which runs        TGB
training courses in API 510/570/653, plant inspection, code design, pressure relief equipment and related
subjects: over 4000 delegates have been trained in the past 10 years. He has worldwide experience in
various industries and is the author of several books on topics relating to inspection. Matthews Training’s
approach to teaching API subjects has achieved a first-time examination pass rate in the region of 90%.The
company is an authorised global training provider to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) is one of the leading professional engineering institutions TG
in the world.
J. Paulo Davim received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Porto in 1997 and the         TGB
Aggregation from the University of Coimbra in 2005. Currently, he is Aggregate Professor in the Department
of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Aveiro and Head of MACTRIB - Machining and Tribology
Research Group. He has more than 24 years of teaching and research experience in machining, tribology
and manufacturing processes. He is the Editor of four international journals, and also guest editor, editorial
board member, reviewer and scientific advisor for many international journals and conferences. He has also
published more than 300 articles in SCI journals (h-index 15) and conferences.




Pedro P. Camanho is a Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at The University of Porto,       TDCP
Portugal.

Liyong Tong is a Professor in the School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering at The
University of Sydney, Australia. Both editors are widely regarded for their research into composite joints
and connections including modelling behaviour, failure analysis and smart structures.




Dieter Landolt and Stefano Mischler are Professor Emeritus and Senior Scientist, respectively, at the Swiss   TDCK
Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland and are widely regarded for their research
expertise on corrosion, tribology and the protection of metals.




Gertjan Koster is Associate Professor and Guus Rijnders is Chairman of Inorganic Materials Science at the     TJFD
University of Twente, The Netherlands.
Dr. Pedro A. Capó-Lugo works as an Aerospace Engineer in the guidance, navigation, and control analysis       TGB
and design group at NASA George C. Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama. He has worked in
the analysis of control systems of the Ares rockets in the Constellation program, and has analyzed and
developed control systems for different satellite missions which include nano and cube satellites. One of his
main research interests is formation flying.

Dr. Peter M. Bainum has 50 years industrial and academic experience. His research in aerospace systems
dynamics and control resulted in 220 authored/co-authored publications. His current research interests
include: formation flying and dynamics; and control of large flexible space structures. Honours include
Fellow AIAA, AAS, AAAS, BIS; Honorary Member Japanese Rocket Society (JRS); IAA Member, and recipient
of AIAA International Cooperation, IAF Malina Education, AAS Dirk Brouwer and Sen. Spark Matsunaga
International Cooperation Awards. His experience includes participation in the Gemini mission, Apollo
program proposal, Department of Defense Gravity Experiment Satellite, Small Astronomy Dual Spin
Giuseppe Russo is a recently retired Aerospace Engineer. Since 1984 he has been Associate Professor of      TGB
Experimental Aerodynamics at the Università degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II”, Dipartimento di Ingegneria
Aerospaziale (DIAS). Prior to that, the author was Assistant Professor of Gas dynamics from 1967 to 1983 at
the same university. Russo has been the author of more than 60 scientific articles, a cconsultant of Centro
Italiano di Ricerca Aerospaziale (CIRA) and of Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI). He was Member of the Fluid
Dynamic Panel of AGARD/NATO from 1992 to 1997.
Philippe Boisse is Professor at Institut National des Sciences Appliquées (INSA) Lyon France. He is the     TNC
President of the European Association for Material Forming (ESAFORM) and Vice-President of the French
Association for Composite Materials (AMAC).




Duncan Manley is an internationally-renowned consultant to the biscuit and food industries, with over 40    TDCT
years’ experience. He is the author of the Biscuit, cookie and cracker manufacturing manuals and Biscuit,
cracker and cookie recipes for the food industry, also published by Woodhead Publishing.
Professor John E. Oakey is Head of the Energy Technology Centre at Cranfield University, UK, and is       THF
renowned for his work on advanced materials and technologies for energy systems and plant life extension.




Dr M. Rashid Khan is the leader of Corporate Intellectual Assets Management in the Technology                 THF
Management Division at Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia. He is widely regarded for his work in clean and
alternative energies and carbon management. Dr Khan serves as a consultant for Intellectual Property and
Business Development for a variety of fields.




 V. S. Raja is Professor at the Department of Metallurgical Engineering and Materials Science at the Indian   TGMT
Institute of Technology Bombay, India.

Tetsuo Shoji is Professor at the Fracture and Reliability Research Institute at Tohoku University, Japan.




Elhadi Yahia is a Professor in the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the Autonomous University of Querétaro,   TDCT
Mexico, and is a consultant to several organizations including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the
United Nations (FAO), the World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO), the United States Agency for
International Development (USAID) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Elhadi Yahia is a Professor in the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the Autonomous University of Querétaro,   TDCT
Mexico, and is a consultant to several organizations including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the
United Nations (FAO), the World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO), the United States Agency for
International Development (USAID) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).




Dr Jianfeng Yu is Director of Technical Development at the Jiangsu Inspection and Quarantine Mechanical   TGB
and Electrical Products Testing Centre. He also was Director Technologist of the Research and Development
Department at the Wuxi Diesel Engine Works, FAW Jiefang Automotive Company, Ltd. Yu is also a member
of Science and Technical Committee of Wuxi Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau.

Dr. Ting Zhang is General Director of Wuxi Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau.

Dr. Jianming Qian is Director of Jiangsu Inspection & Quarantine Mechanical and Electrical Products Testing
Centre.
Tony McNally is a Faculty Member in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Queen’s           TDCP
University Belfast, UK. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC).




Dr Abel Salam Hamdy Makhlouf, Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces, Germany.                       TDCK

Ion Tiginyanu is Professor of Electronic Engineering at the Academy of Sciences of Moldova.




Hugh Gong is a Reader in Yarn and Nonwovens Technology at the School of Materials, University of              TDH
Manchester.




Glyn O. Phillips is Chairman of Phillips Hydrocolloids Research Ltd, UK and Peter A. Williams is a Professor at TDCT
Glynd?r University, UK. Both editors are internationally renowned experts on hydrocolloids and food
proteins. They were the founders of the international journal Food Hydrocolloids, founding Directors of the
Food Hydrocolloids Trust and the Gums and Stabilisers for the Food Industry Conferences.
The Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) is one of the leading professional engineering institutions TGB
in the world.




Choong-Un Kim is Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington,    TJFD
USA.




Professor Angelo Basile is a senior researcher at the Institute on Membrane Technology (ITM) of the Italian THX
National Research Council (CNR), Italy.

Dr Suzana Pereira Nunes is Principal Research Scientist at the Centre for Advanced Membranes and Porous
Materials, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The editors are
renowned for their research and development of advanced membrane technologies.




Prof. Filip Van Immerseel leads a research group in the Department of Pathology, Bacteriology and Poultry   TDCT
Diseases at the Ghent University, Belgium.

Dr Yves Nys is a Research Leader in the Poultry Research Unit at the Institut National de la Recherche
Agronomique, France.

Dr Maureen Bain is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Glasgow, UK.
Dr Yves Nys is a Research Leader in the Poultry Research Unit at the Institut National de la Recherche      TDCT
Agronomique, France.

Dr Maureen Bain is Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Glasgow, UK.

Prof. Filip Van Immerseel leads a research group in the Department of Pathology, Bacteriology and Poultry
Diseases at the Ghent University, Belgium.




Dr Volkmar T. Bartels is the founder and managing director of Bartels Scientific Consulting GmbH.           MBG




Sheila C. Vir is currently a senior nutrition consultant and Director, Public Health Nutrition and         TDCT
Development Centre, New Delhi. She is a postgraduate in Food and Nutrition from University of Delhi, India
and, PhD from Queen’s University, Belfast, UK. Dr Vir, a recipient of the Common Wealth Van den Bergh
Nutrition Award and secretary to the Nutrition Society of India, has worked as a programme officer with
UNICEF (India) for about 20 years. Presently, she is also working as a Senior Nutrition Expert with the
Government of India and various government-supported technical training and teaching institutes.
Brian J. McCarthy is the managing director at TechniTex Faraday Limited in Manchester, UK. He is well-     TDH
known for his research work into technical and performance textiles.




Professor Brad. L. Kinsey is Associate Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department at the University TGXW
of New Hampshire, USA.

Professor Xin Wu is Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Wayne State
University, USA. Both editors are widely regarded for their research expertise in sheet metal and tailor
welded blank forming, behaviour, processing and manufacturing.
Heimo O. Ylänen is Professor of biomaterials science at Tampere University of Technology, Finland.               TGM




Zexian Cao is a Professor at the Institute of Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, China.      TJFD5




Dr. Mark T. DeMeuse worked for Celgard LLC, USA and is now an independent consultant. He is widely               TDCP
regarded for his research and work on highly specialized polymer-based membranes and biaxially oriented
films.




Rumin Wang is Professor, Shuirong Zheng and Yaping Zheng are Vice-Professors in the School of Science at         TGM
Northwestern Polytechnic University, China.




Dr. Joseph P. Kerry is head of the Food Packaging Research Group at University College Cork, Ireland. He is      TDCT
renowned for his research expertise in food packaging and in the processing of muscle and muscle-based
foods.

Dr. John F. Kerry is a Director and shareholder of Echo Ovens Ltd, Ireland. He is widely regarded for his work
on value added Meats and related RTE processing technologies.
David Benton is a Professor in the Department of Psychology, Swansea University, UK. He is widely            TDCT
renowned for his research into the effects of diet on mood and cognitive functioning.




Jinlian Hu is a Professor at the Institute of Textiles and Clothing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.   TDH




Dr. Cong Lu is currently an associate Professor in the School of Mechatronics Engineering, University of     TGB
Electronic Science and Technology of China. Dr. Lu’s research interests include collaborative design and
assembly, concurrent Engineering, and CAD/CAM. Dr. Lu has published many research papers in the
reputable international journals, such as ASME Journal of Computing and Information Science in
Engineering, IMechE Journal of Engineering Manufacture, International Journal of Production Research.

Professor Jerry Ying Hsi Fuh is currently a full Professor at the Department of Mechanical Engineering,
National University of Singapore (NUS). He has published more than 170 journal papers (with more than
1,300 cross citations listed in Scopus), 150 conference papers, authored two monographs, and owns six
patents. He has supervised more than 60 postgraduate students including 23 PhD and 32 Meng.

Dr. Yoke San Wong is the Head of the Manufacturing Group in the Department of Mechanical Engineering,
National University of Singapore (NUS). He has published more than 130 papers in refereed journals. He
has also contributed to international conferences and books, and participated in several local and overseas
Elhadi Yahia is a Professor in the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the Autonomous University of Querétaro,   TDCT
Mexico, and is a consultant to several organizations including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the
United Nations (FAO), the World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO), the United States Agency for
International Development (USAID) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Elhadi Yahia is a Professor in the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the Autonomous University of Querétaro,   TDCT
Mexico, and is a consultant to several organizations including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the
United Nations (FAO), the World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO), the United States Agency for
International Development (USAID) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).




Dr. Marion I. Tobler-Rohr served as a senior researcher at ETH Zurich, Switzerland from 1996 to 2007 and    TQD
owns her own sustainable development company, EMSC, Switzerland. Since 2008 she works as scientific
research consultant for the research programs of the European Union, where she holds the position of the
Swiss national contact point for nanotechnologies, material sciences and industrial processes (NMP) as well
as for Environment.




Elhadi Yahia is a Professor in the Faculty of Natural Sciences at the Autonomous University of Querétaro,   TDCT
Mexico, and is a consultant to several organizations including the Food and Agriculture Organization of the
United Nations (FAO), the World Food Logistics Organization (WFLO), the United States Agency for
International Development (USAID) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).




Dr. Kshirod R Bhattacharya worked in the Central Food Technological Research Institute, Mysore, India.          TDCT
Currently he is Advisor to Tilda Riceland Pvt. Ltd, India, in particular advising the company’s Rice Research
and Development Centre. He is renowned for his research and work to understand the rice grain and
improve its quality.




Gillo Giuliano works in the Department of Mechanics, Structures and Environment at the University of            TDM
Cassino, Italy. Professor Giuliano is internationally-known for his work on superplasticity.




Dr. Lucy A. Bosworth and Professor Sandra Downes both work in the Materials Science Centre at The               MBG
University of Manchester, UK and are widely renowned for their research into biomaterials, tissue
engineering and electrospinning.
David Farrar is Science Manager for Biomaterials at the Smith and Nephew Research Centre, York, UK               MBG




Ning Pan is a Professor of Fiber and Polymer Science at the Department of Biological and Agricultural            TDH
Engineering, University of California at Davis, USA.

Gang Sun is a Professor of Fiber and Polymer Science and Chair of the Textiles Graduate Group, also at the
University of California at Davis, USA.




Milan Meloun is Professor of Chemometrics at Department of Analytical Chemistry, Faculty of Chemical             TDH
Technology, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic.

J Militky, Professor, Department of Textile Materials, Faculty of Textile Engineering, Technical University of
Liberec, Czech Republic.


Dr Alexander Zhilyaev works at the Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalurgicas (CENIM), CSIC, Spain.         TDM

Dr A. Pshenichnyuk works at the Institute for Superplasticity of Metals, Russia. Both are noted for their
research on superplasticity.




Dr Qianfan Xin (also known as Harry Xin) obtained his DSc degree from Washington University in St Louis,         TGBN
USA. He has been working at Navistar, Inc. since 1999, and is a Product Manager in the area of advanced
simulation analysis on diesel engine performance and system integration. He specializes in diesel engine
system design and is noted for his work in this area.
Pan Michaleris is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at the    TGXW
Pennsylvania State University, USA.




M. O. Alam is a Researcher and Christopher Bailey is a Professor in the School of Computing and            TJFD
Mathematical Sciences at the University of Greenwich, UK.




Professor Xiaobin Zhao is Director of the UK-China Research Academy of Bioactive Molecules and Materials TGM
(RABMM).

Professor Jim Courtney is an Emeritus Professor in the Bioengineering Unit, University of Strathclyde.

Dr Hong Qian was formerly a Technology Transfer Manager in ICUK, Queen Mary, University of London and
is now a Technology Consultant for the Cambridge- based Oakland Innovation Ltd.
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The principal editors are Yan Li and Shuxia Ren. They have coordinated a team of authors who are leading   TNC
experts involved in teaching the national building decorative materials course in China.




Professor Jose-Maria Lagarón is group leader and founder of the group Novel Materials and                  TDCT
Nanotechnology at the Institute of Agrochemistry and Food Technology (IATA) of the Spanish Council for
Scientific Research (CSIC) in Spain. He is renowned for work on the development of eco-sustainable food
packaging based on polymer nanomaterials.
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Carl T. F. Ross is a Professor of Structural Dynamics at the University of Portsmouth.                        TTS




Dr. Kiyoshi Yamauchi works in the Innovation of New Biomaterial Engineering Center at Tohoku University, TDM
Japan.

Dr. Ichizo Ohkata works for Piolax Medical Devices, Inc, Japan.

Dr. Koichi Tsuchiya works in the Hybrid Materials Center at the National Institute for Materials Science,
Japan.

Professor Shuichi Miyazaki works in the Institute of Materials Science at the University of Tsukuba, Japan.
All four editors are members of the Association of Shape Memory Alloys (ASMA) and are widely renowned
for their research expertise in the development of functional metallic materials, shape memory and
superelastic alloys.
Mr Robert Beith is Managing Director of Beith & Associates Limited, and is an experienced energy and          THX
environment consultant. He holds Chartered Engineer status, and is a Fellow of the Institute of Marine
Engineering, Science & Technology, the Energy Institute, and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
Dr Maria Saarela is a Chief Research Scientist in Microbiology at the VTT Technical Research Centre of      TDCT
Finland and is widely regarded for her research expertise in probiotics, health-benefiting microbes, and
functional foods.




Kenneth Macdonald is Professor in the Department of Mechanical and Structural Engineering and Materials TGXW
Science at the University of Stavanger, Norway.




Geoff Talbot is a freelance consultant specialising in all aspects of fats and oils in the food industry.   TDCT




Raul Fangueiro is an Auxiliary Professor in the Department of Textile Engineering at the University of Minho, TNK
Portugal.




Stepan Lomov is a Professor in the Department of Metallurgy and Material Engineering at the Katholieke      TDCP
Universiteit Leuven, Belgium.
Dr Amanda Briggs-Goode is the Programme Leader for BA Textile Design at Nottingham Trent University.        AKTX

Dr Katherine Townsend is the Programme Leader for MA Fashion, Knitwear and Textile Design at
Nottingham Trent University.




B. Purushothama, in his service of 40 years in the textile and garment industry, has worked in various      TDH
capacities in Spinning, Maintenance, Projects, Quality Assurance and in Research. He is a Lead Auditor in
ISO 9000 since 1994 and a Certified Quality Analyst from Tata Quality Management Services. The Textile
Association (India) awarded him fellowship in 1985, and Institute of Engineers in 2009.
Dr L. Jagan Mohan Rao is currently working as Senior Scientist at Plantation Products, Spices and Flavour   TDCT
Technology Department of Central Food Technological Research Institute (CFTRI), Mysore.




David Kilcast is a consultant in food and beverage sensory quality and is well-known for his research       TDCT
expertise in sensory evaluation methods for food and beverages.

Persis Subramaniam is Team Leader – Product Development at Leatherhead Food Research, UK and is
widely regarded for her work on the shelf life of confectionary products.




Xianggang Qiu is a Professor and Group Leader at the National Laboratory for Superconductivity, Institute TJFD5
of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. He is widely known for his research into the growth and
physical properties of high temperature superconductors under micro- and nano- scale and their
heterostructures.




Tony McNally is a Faculty Member in the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Queen’s           TDCP
University Belfast, UK. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC).

Petra Pötschke leads the Composites and Blends with Carbon Nanostructures Group at Leibniz-Institut für
Polymerforschung Dresden e.V. (Leibniz Institute of Polymer Research Dresden), Germany.
Professor Joel Ferri is Professor and Head of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Roger MMDS
Salengro Hospital in France. He is highly regarded for his work in the field of preprosthetic and maxillofacial
surgery.

Professor Ernst B. Hunziker is the Director of the Center of Regenerative Medicine for Skeletal Tissues in
Bern, Switzerland and Professor in the Department of Clinical Research at the University of Bern. He is well
known for his research and expertise in the field of skeletal tissue engineering.




Guang-Ling Song is currently a Research Scientist working for General Motors Global Research and               TDM
Development, USA. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Queensland, Australia, known
internationally for his research in the field of corrosion and corrosion protection.




Sung H. Whang is Professor of Mechanical Engineering at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University.      TDM




Jeffrey Hoorfar is a Professor and Research Manager at the Technical University of Denmark.                    TDCT

Kieran Jordan works at the Teagasc Food Research Centre, Moorepark, Ireland

Francis Butler is an Associate Professor at University College Dublin, Ireland.

Raffaello Prugger is a Director of Tecnoalimenti S.C.p.A., Italy.
Professor Kenneth L. Nash of Washington State University and Dr Gregg J. Lumetta of Pacific Northwest         THK
National Laboratory are both noted experts in the fields of nuclear separation processes and the nuclear
fuel cycle.




Dr Ali Muhammad currently works at Yanbu University College, Saudi Arabia. He has previously held leading PBW
software development roles in the financial, telecommunication and aviation industries.

Dr Victor Zalizniak is an employee of the Siberian Federal University, Russia. He is the author of several
books on scientific computing, including Essentials of Scientific Computing.

Dr Kin-Fan Au is an Associate Professor at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is a Fellow of The       TDPH
Textile Institute, a senior member of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers (USA) and a member of
the British Institute of Management (UK). Dr Au has provided consultancy services to the textile industry on
projects related to knitting defects and production problems.




Yasuhiro Shiraki is X at Tokyo City University, Japan.                                                        TJFD

Noritaka Usami is an Associate Professor at the Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, Japan.




Dr Ligang Zheng is a Research Scientist at CanmetENERGY, Natural Resources Canada. He is noted for his        THF
research in energy system technical feasibility studies and optimisation, and has also chaired the oxy-fuel
combustion panel and technical sessions at the Clearwater Clean Coal Conference since 2005.
Dr. Nikolaos E. Zafeiropoulos is Assistant Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering TDP
at the University of Ioannina in Greece. He is widely regarded for his research expertise on interfaces in
composite materials, the development of novel nanohybrid materials and composite hybrid colloids, and
the application of x-ray scattering on polymers.




Steve Rimmer is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Chemistry at Sheffield University.                       TGM




David Kilcast is Business Head of the sensory and consumer science group at Leatherhead Food                    TDCT
International, Surrey, UK.

Fiona Angus is Scientific and Regulatory Affairs Manager at Coca Cola Great Britain and Ireland. Both editors
are known internationally for their work in food product development and the children’s market.




Professor Sarah De Saeger is based in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Ghent University, Belgium.      TDCT
Her current research interests include the development of innovative screening and confirmatory
mycotoxin analytical methods, masked mycotoxins and sick building syndrome.




J. Paulo Davim received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Porto in 1997 and the         TGBF
Aggregation from the University of Coimbra in 2005. Currently, he is Aggregate Professor in the Department
of Mechanical Engineering of the University of Aveiro and Head of MACTRIB - Machining and Tribology
Research Group. He has more than 24 years of teaching and research experience in machining, tribology
and manufacturing processes. He is the Editor of four international journals, and also guest editor, editorial
board member, reviewer and scientific advisor for many international journals and conferences. He has also
published more than 300 articles in SCI journals (h-index 15) and conferences.
Brent Vernon is Associate Professor of Bioengineering at Arizona State University, USA.                       TGM




Dr Michael I. Ojovan is an Assistant Professor in Materials Science and Waste Immobilisation at the           THK
University of Sheffield, UK, a Fellow of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences and a technical expert for
the International Atomic Energy Agency. He has published widely and is noted for his work on glass
transition and viscosity of amorphous materials and his research into nuclear waste processing and
immobilisation technologies.




Dr Guowen Song lectures in human ecology at the University of Alberta, Canada. His research concentrates TDPH
on the protection and comfort of textile materials and garments with particular emphasis on the
understanding and modelling of heat and moisture transfer in clothing.




Dr Huibin Xu is a Professor and Dr Hongbo Guo is an Associate Professor in the School of Material Science     TDCK
and Engineering at Beihang University (formerly Beijing University of Aeronautics), China. Both are noted
for their research on high-temperature corrosion and coating technology.




Professor Wei Sha is Professor of Materials Science at Queen’s University Belfast in the UK. 
                TDCK

Dr. Xiaomin Wu works for the Materials innovation institute in The Netherlands.

Dr. Kim Ghee Keong currently resides in Malaysia. All three authors are internationally renowned for their
research and work in the electroless field.
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