Katedra materiálu a strojírenské metalurgie / Department of Material Science and Techology

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Kučerová, Ludmila , Hájek, Jiří , Vítek, Jan
The Effect of Cryogenic Treatment on Mechanical Properties, Wear and Corrosion Resistance of Aluminium Alloy AW7075

Effect of addition of cryogenic treatment to a standard heat treatment of aluminium alloy AW 7075 was tested in this work. Used heat treatment consisted of solution annealing at 470 °C for two hours and precipitation aging treatment at 130°C for 14 hours, 120 °C for ...

Khalaj, Omid , Saebnoori, Ehsan , Jirková, Hana , Chocholatý, Ondřej , Svoboda, Jiří
Corrosion Behavior and Mechanical Properties of New Developed Oxide Precipitation Hardened Steels

The Oxide Precipitation Hardened (OPH) steel is a new developed group of materials from Oxide Dispersion Strengthened (ODS) alloys which are well known advanced materials for high temperature properties. Besides, the corrosion resistance of these types of material is so important regarding&#...

Nacházel, Jan
Vliv parametrů tváření rotačním kováním a podmínek umělého stárnutí na mechanické vlastnosti a strukturu vytvrditelné hliníkové slitiny řady 2024

This work concerns mechanical properties in relation to microstructural changes in hardenable EN AW-2024 aluminium alloy in wrought and heat treated condition. The treated material benefits from synergistic effects of three hardening mechanisms: grain boundary strengthening, work hardening and precipi...

Varillas delgado, Javier
Studie plasticity nanokontantů a dislokačních lavin v FCC a BCC krystalech pomocí molekulární dynamiky

This study aims to investigate the underlying mechanisms which govern the development of dense defect networks in nanoscale crystal plasticity, either under contact and uniaxial loading conditions, with emphasis on the onset of intermittent avalanche phenomena. The investigation is based on ...

Procházka, Radek
Vyhodnocování mechanických vlastností konstrukčních materiálů pomocí miniaturních zkušebních vzorků

The dissertation thesis deals with the development of advanced techniques in low and high cycle fatigue testing using miniature test specimens, which are intended to evaluate the degree of material degradation of large in service components. For these purposes, the results of a wid...