Nemanja is a mechanical engineer with a B.Sc. degree in ICE engines. He is currently working on his M.Sc. in Welding Engineering, and his scientific work is mostly focused on the quality control and design of the welded joints in HSLA steel constructions. He has done a number of papers for his university, some of which tackled the problem of corrosion in welded joints.
Recent Articles by Nemanja Pavlovic
Aluminum and aluminum alloys are in widespread use in many industrial applications, with its usage second only to that of steel.
Due to its durability and corrosion protection, metallization (thermal spraying) is an excellent protection method for structures with a long lifespan that are in contact with a water environment, such as bridges and dams.
An understanding of how cracks form and propagate enables us to design safer and more reliable structures at a lower cost.
All Articles by Nemanja Pavlovic
- The Corrosion Properties of Aluminum and Its Alloys
- Using Metallization (Thermal Spraying) as Corrosion Prevention
- The Effects of Stress Concentration on Crack Propagation
- The Effects of Corrosion on the Shear Behavior of Materials
- Effect of Corrosion on a Material's Tensile Strength and Ductility
- Corrosion Fatigue of Welded Joints On Marine Offshore Structures
- An Overview of Welded Joint Corrosion: Causes and Prevention Practices
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