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Seventh International Conference on Engineering Failure Analysis - 3 - 6 July, 2016 - Abstract Submissions now open

Engineering failure analysis is a key tool for the improvement of the modern innovation cycle now demands that component design involves a whole-of-life approach, incorporating an awareness of manufacture, safety, reliability, environmental sensitivity and disposal. This has focused attention on the pivotal role of failure analysis as an essential tool to improve equipment availability, help prevent accidents and disasters and to inform the processes of design, manufacture, operation and maintenance of key plant and equipment.

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Case Studies in Engineering are a series of open access journals, which publish practical outcome of research and indusrty projects in a variety of Engineering disciplines, including: Construction Materials, Fire Safety, Structural Engineering, Engineering Failure Analysis, Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, Nondestructive Testing Evaluation and Thermal Engineering.

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Case Studies in Engineering Failure Analysis - New Journal welcoming submissions!

We are very pleased to announce the launch of a new journal in the field of mechanical engineering, Case Studies in Engineering Failure Analysis. This journal provides a forum for the rapid publication of short, structured Case Studies in Engineering Failure Analysis and related Short Communications and will provide an essential compendium of case studies for practitioners in the field of engineering failure analysis and others who are interested in the ways in which components fail.

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