His scientific interests lie mostly in Wetting, Contact angle, Sessile drop technique, Metallurgy and Aluminium. The concepts of his Wetting study are interwoven with issues in Oxide, Adsorption, Physical chemistry and Ceramic. His Contact angle research incorporates themes from Drop, Mineralogy and Silicon.
His study looks at the intersection of Sessile drop technique and topics like Ultra-high vacuum with Scanning electron microscope. His studies examine the connections between Metallurgy and genetics, as well as such issues in Composite material, with regards to Titanium. His work is dedicated to discovering how Aluminium, Melting point are connected with Atmospheric temperature range and other disciplines.
Nicolas Eustathopoulos spends much of his time researching Wetting, Metallurgy, Sessile drop technique, Contact angle and Composite material. His Wetting study incorporates themes from Oxide, Drop, Ceramic, Ultra-high vacuum and Alloy. His study on Metallurgy is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Melting point.
Nicolas Eustathopoulos interconnects Carbide, Eutectic system, Adsorption and Scanning electron microscope in the investigation of issues within Sessile drop technique. The Contact angle study combines topics in areas such as Adhesion, Mineralogy, Aluminium, Metal and Analytical chemistry. His work in Composite material covers topics such as Silicon which are related to areas like Substrate and Coating.
His primary areas of study are Wetting, Metallurgy, Composite material, Drop and Sessile drop technique. His studies deal with areas such as Melting point, Contact angle, Ceramic, Dissolution and Ultra-high vacuum as well as Wetting. His Ceramic study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Bonding in solids and Physical chemistry.
As a member of one scientific family, Nicolas Eustathopoulos mostly works in the field of Composite material, focusing on Silicon and, on occasion, Substrate, Coating, Layer and Surface tension. His work focuses on many connections between Drop and other disciplines, such as Kinetics, that overlap with his field of interest in Convection and Marangoni effect. His Sessile drop technique research includes elements of Eutectic system, Vacuum forming, Molding, Casting and Analytical chemistry.
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Wettability of monocrystalline alumina by aluminium between its melting point and 1273 K
V. Laurent;D. Chatain;C. Chatillon;N. Eustathopoulos.
Acta Metallurgica (1988)
Wettability of SiC by aluminium and Al-Si alloys
V. Laurent;D. Chatain;N. Eustathopoulos.
Journal of Materials Science (1987)
Wettability of carbon by aluminum and aluminum alloys
K. Landry;S. Kalogeropoulou;N. Eustathopoulos.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (1998)
Dynamics of wetting in reactive metal/ ceramic systems
Acta Materialia (1998)
Wettability of SiO2 and oxidized SiC by aluminium
V. Laurent;D. Chatain;N. Eustathopoulos.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (1991)
Dynamics of wetting in reactive metal/ceramic systems: linear spreading
K. Landry;N. Eustathopoulos.
Acta Materialia (1996)
Wettability and Work of Adhesion of Nonreactive Liquid Metals on Silica
Roberto Sangiorgi;Maria L. Muolo;Dominique Chatain;Nicolas Eustathopoulos.
Journal of the American Ceramic Society (1988)
Measurement of contact angle and work of adhesion at high temperature
N. Eustathopoulos;N. Sobczak;A. Passerone;K. Nogi.
Journal of Materials Science (2005)
Adhésion thermodynamique dans les systèmes non réactifs métal liquide-alumine
D. Chatain;I. Rivollet;N. Eustathopoulos.
Journal de Chimie Physique (1986)
The wetting of carbon by aluminium and aluminium alloys
N. Eustathopoulos;J. C. Joud;P. Desre;J. M. Hicter.
Journal of Materials Science (1974)
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