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Materials Transactions is pleased to announce the most highly cited papers published in the last 12 yeas. The top 7 papers are listed below, where the citations come to more than 8 times per year.
We would like to congratulate the authors and appreciate their significant contribution to our publication activity.
| ||Author||Title||Vol.(year)page||Average per year||Total Citations
| 1 ||Futoshi Shimizu, Shigenobu Ogata, Ju Li||Theory of Shear Banding in Metallic Glasses and Molecular Dynamics Calculations||48(2007)2923-2927||27.91||307|
|2||Yoshihito Kawamura, Michiaki Yamasaki||Formation and Mechanical Properties of Mg97Zn1RE2 Alloys with Long-Period Stacking Ordered Structure||48(2007)2986-2992||20.55||226|
|3||Ronald W. Armstrong||60 Years of Hall-Petch: Past to Present Nano-Scale Connections|
Special Issue on Strength of Fine Grained Materials--60 Years of Hall-Petch--
|4||Boris B. Straumal, Andrei A. Mazilkin, Brigitte Baretzky, Gisela Schütz, Eugen Rabkin, Ruslan Z. Valiev||Accelerated Diffusion and Phase Transformations in Co–Cu Alloys Driven by the Severe Plastic Deformation|
Special Issue on Advanced Materials Science in Bulk Nanostructured Metals
|5||Akihiro Makino, He Men, Takeshi Kubota, Kunio Yubuta, Akihisa Inoue||FeSiBPCu Nanocrystalline Soft Magnetic Alloys with High Bs of 1.9 Tesla Produced by Crystallizing Hetero-Amorphous Phase||50(2009)204-209||10.44||94|
|6||Jürgen Hirsch||Aluminium in Innovative Light-Weight Car Design||52(2011)818-824||9.29||65|
|7||Kaveh Edalati, Tadayoshi Fujioka, Zenji Horita||Evolution of Mechanical Properties and Microstructures with Equivalent Strain in Pure Fe Processed by High Pressure Torsion|
Special Issue on Severe Plastic Deformation for Production of Ultrafine Structures and Unusual Mechanical Properties: Understanding Mechanisms
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