My name is Sir Harry Bhadeshia, and I am pleased to invite you to contribute to a forthcoming Thematic Issue of Materials Science and Technology on the theme of Pearlitic Steel Wires. Articles submitted can be reviews, original research or short critical assessments. They should fit within the scope of the journal, with emphasis on material, structure and structure-property relationships.
Materials Science and Technology covers fundamental and technological aspects of materials science and engineering with a particular interest in the continuum from understanding of process routes leading to the generation of microstructure, through characterisation and understanding of how microstructure is controlled and manipulated, to the control and prediction of relevant engineering properties.
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As Editor of this Thematic Issue, I am particularly seeking research that provides an insight into:
- the structure and properties of cold-drawn wires;
- the evolution of the final state;
- the effects of annealing, strain and drawing;
- and high-resolution characterisation.
I invite you to send in your submissions by 31st July 2017, via the journal's Editorial Manager site.