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Brittle Fracture Group

HeadIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
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Phone number+420 532 290 335, +420 532 290 314, +420 532 290 308
Room128a, 5, Zwick lab.

The Brittle Fracture Group, which has been a part of the Institute of Physics of Materials since its foundation, has been led from the beginning by doc. Ing. Miloslav Holzmann, CSc., who has investigated the transition region of brittle fracture of steels in detail using experimental fracture mechanics. The next group leader since 1990 was prof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc., who expanded the research area of the group to include advanced ceramic and ceramic-based composite materials, which required a complete modernization of the experimental equipment to enable research at higher temperatures under lower loads.

The original focus of the group on the characterisation of the brittle fracture behaviour of iron alloys has now been significantly extended to the development, preparation, and subsequent evaluation of the properties of metallic, ceramic, and polymeric materials and their composites. The group uses theoretical principles, numerical simulations, experimental material preparation and advanced characterization to design new materials with desired properties. Understanding the fundamental physical mechanisms of deformation and failure under various loading conditions (tension, compression, bending and shear) at temperatures from -196 °C to 1500 °C is an integral part of the research, both for materials developed at the IPM and for materials from collaborating institutions or commercial entities. Targeted research for industrial partners is also an integral part of the group's activities.

Basic research areas of the group:

Design of new materials

  • Multicomponent materials (high entropy alloys, carbides, and borides, etc.)

  • Heterostructure (meta)materials

  • Multifunctional composites (especially based on ceramics)

Development of new materials

  • Preparation of metal and ceramic materials using mechanical alloying

  • Preparation of geopolymer composite materials

  • Preparation of nanostructured components, for example, graphene, by exfoliation technology

  • Preparation of materials by hydrothermal consolidation

Study of (micro)mechanisms and phenomena

  • Deformation and fracture phenomena in the structure under different loading conditions

  • Experimental and theoretical study of the initiation, growth, and interaction of twins

  • Material joints and their influence on deformation and fracture processes

  • Interface effects in composite materials

Experimental fracture mechanics

  • Static and dynamic fracture mechanical characteristics (fracture toughness, transit curve, J-da curve, etc.)

  • Transferability of fracture mechanics data obtained from small volume specimens

  • Fractographic analysis of fracture surfaces (metals, ceramics, and glass)

Areas of targeted research of the group

  • Failure analysis in industrial applications including the design of corrective actions

  • Characterization of physical and mechanical properties at temperatures from -196°C to 1500°C

  • Support in the development of material models for numerical simulations

  • Design of quality control procedures and setting of their parameters

Short video presentation "Future of glass-ceramic materials"


NamePhone numbersRoomsE-mail
Ing. Luca Bertolla, Ph.D. +420 532 290 415208 [javascript protected email address]
prof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc. +420 532 290 342125 [javascript protected email address]
Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D. +420 532 290 369127 [javascript protected email address]
Ing. Luděk Stratil, Ph.D. +420 532 290 365126 [javascript protected email address]
Dr. Ing. Filip Šiška, Ph.D. +420 532 290 365126 [javascript protected email address]


NamePhone numbersRoomsE-mail
Ing. Zdeněk Balík +420 532 290 3145 [javascript protected email address]
Ing. Pavel Čupera +420 532 290 3145 [javascript protected email address]
Radek Ponížil +420 532 290 364109 [javascript protected email address]
Bc. Radek Vácha +420 532 290 364109 [javascript protected email address]

Diploma students

NamePhone numbersRoomsE-mail
Radoslav Maňak +420 532 290 336128b [javascript protected email address]

Project numberNameInvestigator
24-12763S Targeted microstructure manipulation for additive shaping of ODS alloysIng. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
LUASK22219 Development of new joining methods for high entropy ceramicsprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.


Project numberNameInvestigator
4000138900/22/NL/GP/gg Characterisation of Thermal and Mechanical Performance of SIM Cryostat Strapsdoc. Ing. Jan Klusák, Ph.D.
21-24805S Tailoring of interfaces in lead-free ferroelectric-dielecric composites to enhance their electromechanical propertiesIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
20-20873S Development of High Temperature Liquid Metal Resistant ODS Steels for Fission/Fusion ApplicationIng. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
CZ.02.1.01/0.0/0.0/16_025/0007304 Architectured materials designed for additive manufacturing (ArMAdit)Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
18-07140S Multiscale analysis of twin-microstructure interactions in HCP metals and alloysDr. Ing. Filip Šiška, Ph.D.
17-23964S Dispersion strengthened high entropy alloys for extreme conditionsIng. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
17-12546S Fundamental aspects of partial pyrolysis of hybrid composites with polysiloxane matrix precursorsIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
17-13573S Architectured metallic materials designed for cold spray kinetizationprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
17-08153S Novel material architectures for SMART piezoceramic electromechanical convertersIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
MSM100411601 Transferability issues in ductile to brittle transition and ductile regimeIng. Luděk Stratil, Ph.D.
GrInHy - H2020 GrInHy: Green Industrial Hydrogen via reversible high-temperature electrolysisprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
CoACH - H2020 (MSCA-ITN) CoACH: Advanced glasses, Composites And Ceramics for High growth Industries (European training network - ETN)prof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GJ15-21292Y Current perspectives of ferroelectric domain interfacesDr. Ing. Filip Šiška, Ph.D.
GA14-11234S Experimental evaluation and computational modeling of ceramic foams response to mechanical loadingprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GA14-25246S Advanced ODS steels for application in heavy metal meltsIng. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
7AMB14SK154 Progressive soft magnetic materials based multicomponent alloysIng. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
7AMB14SK155 Study of mechanical and fracture properties of composites reinforced nanoceramic boron nitride nanotubesprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
WP12-MAT-01-ODSFS-01-01/IPP.CR/BS EFDA - Production and characterization of laboratory-scale batches of nano-structured ODSFSIng. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
263476 RoLiCer - Enhanced reliability and lifetime of ceramic components through multi-scale modelling of degradation and damageIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
FP7-PEOPLE-2010-ITN Glass and Ceramic Composites for High Technology Applications – Initial Training Networksprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GAP108/11/1644 Fracture mechanics characteristics of the interface of low toughness materialsIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
GAP107/10/0361 Microstructural design of high toughness materialsprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GAP108/10/0466 Fracture behaviour prediction based on quantification of local material responseIng. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
EFDA Study of the micro-mechanisms of cleavage fracture of 14% Cr ODS ferritic steelsIng. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
ME 10117 Development of new TiAl intermetallics with improved mechanical properties through the control of the microstructure of thermomechanical treatmentprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
CZ.1.07/2.4.00/12.0030 Mechanical Engineering Cooperative Networkprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
CZ.1.07/2.3.00/09.0228 Complex System for Attracting, Education and Continuing Involment of Talented Individuals to Research Centers of AS CR and FME BUTprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
M100410902 Fracture behaviour of ceramic-ceramic and metal-ceramic interface in laminate structuresIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
GA101/09/1821 Mechanical and fracture properties of multilayered ceramic/ceramic and ceramic/metal materials with graded layersprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
CZ.1.05/2.1.00/01.0002 NETME centre - New Technologies for Engineering - Division of Advanced Metallic Materials (AMM)prof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GD106/09/H035 Multiscale Design of Advanced Materialsprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GA106/09/1101 Development of new matrix types based on pyrolysed resins for composites reinforced with ceramic fibresIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
GA101/08/1304 Simulation of the brittle damage and fracture of heteroneneous materialsIng. Vladislav Kozák, CSc.
EFDA Study of the micro-mechanisms of cleavage fracture of 14% Cr ODSIng. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
MEB060714 Influence of Contact Stresses on Results of the Ball on the Three Balls TestIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
GA106/08/1397 Effect of ultrafine particles dispersion on cleavage fracture of chromium steelsIng. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
IPP-CR UT7 DEGR Euratomprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GA106/07/0762 Structure, properties and metallurgy of near-gamma TiAl alloysprof. RNDr. Antonín Dlouhý, CSc.
GA106/06/0646 The micromechanics of self-affine fractal cracks in brittle materialsprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GA106/06/0724 Micro-structurally induced shielding effects in toughening of ceramic matrix compositesprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
ME854 (1016/2006-32) Synergetic effects of microstructure and testing conditions on ceramics fracture resistance assessmentIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
AV0Z20410507 Physical properties of advanced materials in relation to their microstructure and processingdoc. RNDr. Petr Lukáš, CSc., dr. h. c.
2005-23 Corrections of statistical size effects on fracture toughness characteristics of structural ceramicsIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
GA106/05/0495 Impact response and dynamic failure of brittle materialsprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GA101/05/0493 Damage prediction of structural materials using cohesive modelsIng. Vladislav Kozák, CSc.
106/05/P119 Fracture toughness scatter in ceramics and brittle matrix composites at higher temperaturesIng. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
GD106/05/H008 Multiscale Design of Advanced Materials Iprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
1QS200410502 Properties of engineering materials under development applicable in the near future in traffic, medicine and power generating industryprof. RNDr. Ludvík Kunz, CSc., dr. h. c.
IAA200410502 The scaling role of damage inhomogeneity in brittle failureprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
ME 491 Properties degradation in thermally loaded glass matrix compositesprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GA106/02/0745 Bainitic cast steel for dynamically loaded componentsIng. Vladislav Kozák, CSc.
GA101/02/0683 Crack/microcrack behaviour in selected brittle matrix compositesprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GA106/01/0342 Physical metallurgy aspect of fatigue damage of engineering parts made from steels multiaxially stressed by cycling loadingprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
IBS2041001 Degradation of properties and lifetime assessment of engineering materials under mechanical loadingprof. RNDr. Ludvík Kunz, CSc., dr. h. c.
IAA2041003 Brittle fracture micromechanics and toughness scaling modelsprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GA101/00/0170 The transferability of fracture toughness characteristics from point a view of integrity of components with defectsIng. Vladislav Kozák, CSc.
IAC2041011 Statistical aspects of constraint at brittle fracture initiationprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
AV0Z2041904 Behavior and properties of metallic and non-metallic materials in relation to their structure, research on processes leading to degradation of material qualitydoc. RNDr. Petr Lukáš, CSc., dr. h. c.
ME 303 Fracture Resistance of Steels for Containers of Spent Nuclear Fuelprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
ME 312 Damage development in thermally shocked fibre reinforced borosilicate glass matrix compositeprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GA106/98/0079 Physical metallurgy aspects of the intergranular fracture damage of the structural steelsIng. Vladislav Kozák, CSc.
OC 517.20 Micromechanical aspects of brittle fracture initiation with respect to impurity effectsprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
IAA2041701 The role of local constraint and strain rate in failure micromechanisms of duplex steelsprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
GV101/96/K264 Limit states of failure in advanced structural materials assessed by means of unconventional test methodsprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.


3D printer Průša I3 MK3

Contact person: Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
3D printer for printing objects by hot printing method from thermoplastic string - filament.

Brillant 220 automatic / manual metallographic saw Metalco

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
Brillant-220 is an universal precision saw designed for manual and automatic precision cutting of very small and larger specimens.

Polishing machine Struers LaboPol 5 and 25

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
One disc (LaboPol 5) and two discs (LaboPol 25) grinding and polishing machines for manual or semi-automatic (LaboForce 3 head + LaboDoser) preparation of materialographic specimens.

Electromechanical test system ZWICK Z250

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Balík
The universal test system enabling force loading up to 250 kN is mainly used for quasi-static testing of various loading modes like tensile, pressure, bend and fracture toughness testing for a wide range of materials especially for metals, polymers or possibly ceramics and theirs composites in a relatively wide temperature range.

Laboratory dryer BMT Venticell 22

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
Precise and fast laboratory dryer with a chamber volume of 22 litres up to a temperature of 250°C with forced air circulation for drying, heating and sterilization of materials in laboratories.

Planetary ball mill Fritsch Pulverisette 6

Contact person: Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
Single-position mill for high-energy milling of powder materials under controlled atmosphere

Planetary ball mill Fritsch Pulverisette 4

Contact person: Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
Two-position mill for high-energy milling of powder materials under controlled atmosphere

Razorblade notching machine EXAKT

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
The machine enables semi-automatic preparation of V-notch into ceramic bending specimens according to the ČSN EN ISO 23146 standard. It has two positions of the sample clamping device, which enable the efficient preparation of two notches during one processing time. Adjustable cutting speed and variable load allow adjusting the V-notch production process for a given material.

Ultrasonic Flaw Detector EPOCH 650

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
A portable digital ultrasonic flaw detector can be used to detect internal material defects.

Universal nanomechanical testing machine Zwick ZHN

Contact person: Dr. Ing. Filip Šiška, Ph.D.
The test machine is used for indentation, scratch, wear and compression tests of materials and surface layers at room temperatures. The maximal loading capacity is 2N. The machine is equipped with diamond tips of Vickers, Berkovich type, spherical with diameters of 20 and 50 μm and flat tips with diameters 5 and 100 μm.

Vibratory sieve shaker Fritsch Analysette 3 – Spartan

Contact person: Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
Vibratory sieve shaker for dividing powder materials into the required particle size.

Screw driven testing machine ZWICK Z50

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Balík
A universal testing system predominately used for quasi-static tensile, compressive, bending experiments of polymers, metals, ceramic and their composites at wide range of temperatures.

Universal test system INSTRON 8862 with electromechanical actuator

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
A universal testing system predominately used for bending and compressive experiments of ceramic and ceramic composites at room temperatures.

High temperature impulse excitation technique IMCE HT1600

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
The system allows obtaining temperature dependence of the elastic properties of the material by non-destructive impulse excitation method.

High temperature test system

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
A test system is designed for testing at temperatures up to 1600°C. Tests of metals, ceramics and composites can be performed in vacuum or under a protective argon atmosphere.

Instrumented impact tester Zwick/Roell B5113.303 (50 J)

Contact person: Ing. Luděk Stratil, Ph.D.
Load measurement, different instrumented and non-instrumented pendulums from 0.5J up to 50J, dynamic tensile test adaptor. The fracture process can be monitored by high speed camera Olympus i-SPEED 3 with extreme low light sensitivity and up to 150,000 fps recoding.

Olympus LEXT OLS3100 confocal microscope with AFM modul

Contact person: Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
Microscope for documentation of microstructure and fracture surfaces, 3D reconstruction of surfaces and their further geometrical analysis.

Micro-testing machine MTS Tytron 250

Contact person: Ing. Luděk Stratil, Ph.D.
Load cell up to ± 250 N, loading speed up to 0.5 m/s. Fixtures for tensile and three or four point bend test.

3D Printer Prusa i3 MKS3+ & MMU2S (Prusa Research)

Contact person: Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
The Prusa i3 MK3S+ 3D printer is the successor to the successful MK2 model. The main advantages of the MK3S+ include a redesigned extruder, a range of sensors and smart features.

3D printer Prusa SL1

Contact person: Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
This 3D printer is based on SLA technology. It means a resin is cured with UV light layer by layer. In our laboratory we often use that for making sample holders useful for grinding or electrochemical experiments..

Screw driven testing machine ZWICK Z2.5 equipped with micro hardness head ZHU0.2 with optics

Contact person: Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
Load cell of testing machine up to 2.5 kN. Micro hardness head equipped with instrumented Vickers, Knoop and universal micro-hardness test with load up to 200 N and position resolution 20 nm.

ESPI System Q-300 Dantec Dynamics

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
An Electronic Speckle Pattern Interferometry (ESPI) for high sensitive displacement and strain analysis.

Mortar grinder Fritsch Pulverisette 2

Contact person: Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
Mechanical mortar for milling and mixing powders.

INSTRON E3000 with linear motor technology

Contact person: prof. Ing. Pavel Hutař, Ph.D.
Electrodynamic testing instrument INSTRON with closed control loop for static or dynamic testing from very small to high frequencies (200 Hz and more). Maximal load is of ±3000 N for dynamic testing and ±2100 N for static testing. The system is equipped with temperature controlled chamber INSTRON 3119-605 with a temperature range from -100°C in LN2 atmosphere (-70 °C in CO2) to 350 °C and the internal dimensions of 485×240×230 mm.

Jacomex GP Campus glovebox

Contact person: Ing. Hynek Hadraba, Ph.D.
The stainless steel glovebox with glass protective shield allows work in an atmosphere of inert gases (Ar, He).

Sonopuls ultrasonic homogenizer Bandelin

Contact person: Ing. Luca Bertolla, Ph.D.
Sonopuls ultrasonic homogenizer generates high-performance ultrasound with high intensities and ultrasonic amplitudes, which are transferred into liquid media using the probe (metal tip).

Analytical balances DENVER Summit

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
The analytical balances Denver Summit are precious tool for weighting of small samples with the precision of 0.1 mg. The available density kit broadens their application to the density measurement.

Acoustic emission kit Dakel IPL

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
for 4 channels continuous recording of AE signal with measuring and analysing software.

Precise linear saw Buehler ISOMET 5000

Contact person: Ing. Zdeněk Chlup, Ph.D.
The cutting machine allows precious sectioning of very hard materials using diamond blades of various dimensions.


de la Torre G., Tatarková M., Netriová Z., Barlog M., Bertolla L., Hnatko M., Taveri G.: Applying the alkali-activation method to encapsulate silicon nitride particles in a bioactive matrix for augmented strength and bioactivity. Materials 17 (2024) 328

Drdlík D., Mařák V., Hadraba H., Chlup Z.: A way for densification of lead-free BaTiO3-based/ZrO2 laminates for energy harvesting applications prepared by electrophoretic deposition. Mater. Lett. 355 (2024) 135424

Yarasu V., Jurči P., Ptačinová J., Dlouhý I., Horník V.: Effect of cryogenic treatments on hardness, fracture toughness, and wear properties of vanadis 6 tool steel. Materials 17 (2024) 1688

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Roth J., Šulák I., Chlup Z., Fischer-Bühner J., Krupp U., Jahns K.: The dispersion-strengthening effect of TiN evoked by in situ nitridation of NiCu-based alloy 400 during gas atomization for laser powder bed fusion. Mater. Sci. Eng. A 893 (2024) 146129

Hloch S., Poloprudský J., Šiška F., Babinský T., Nag A., Chlupová A., Kruml T.: Erosion development in AISI 316L stainless steel under pulsating water jet treatment. Engineering Science and Technology 50 (2024) 101630

Friák M., Zobač O., Chlup Z., Fikar O., Papež P., Zelený M., Kroupa A.: Materials properties of defect-stabilized off-stoichiometric tau-phase Al2Ge2Mg. Intermetallics 169 (2024) 108294

Kombamuthu V., Unsal H., Chlup Z., Tatarková M., Kovalčíková A., Zhukova I., Hosseini N., Hicak M., Dlouhý I., Tatarko P.: Effect of SiC on densification, microstructure and mechanical properties of high entropy diboride (Ti0.2Zr0.2Hf0.2Nb0.2Ta0.2)B2. J. Eur. Ceram. Soc. 44 (2024) 5358-5369

Jurči P., Dlouhý I.: Cryogenic treatment of martensitic steels: microstructural fundamentals and implications for mechanical properties and wear and corrosion performance. Materials 17 (2024) 548


Macková A., Havránek V., Mikšová R., Fernandes S., Matějíček J., Hadraba H., Vilémová M., Liedke M., Martan J., Vronka M., Haušild P., Butterling M., Honnerová P., Attalah A., Wagner A., Lukáč F.: Radiation damage evolution in high entropy alloys (HEAs) caused by 3-5 MeV Au and 5 MeV Cu ions in a broad range of dpa in connection to mechanical properties and internal morphology. Nucl. Mater. Energy 37 (2023) 101510

Šiška F., Stratil L., Chlup Z., Kotoulova H., Machů Z.: Poisson´s ratio reduction by geometrical patterns implemented in solid composites. MRS Commun. 13 (2023) 486-491

Hojna A., Pazderová M., Rozumová L., Vít J., Hadraba H., Stratil L., Čížek J.: Performance of Sc-Y-ODS variant of Eurofer steel in stagnant PbLi at 600°C. J. Nucl. Mater. 575 (2023) 154227

Neuberger H., Hernandez F., Rieth M., Bonnekoh C., Stratil L., Dlouhý I., Dymáček P., Müller O., Adler L., Kunert U.: Cold Spray metal powder deposition with 9 %Cr-steel applied for the HCPB First Wall fabrication: Proof of concept and options for ODS steel processing. Nucl. Mater. Energy 35 (2023) 101427

Šmíd M., Koutný D., Neumannová K., Chlup Z., Náhlík L., Jambor M.: Cyclic behaviour and microstructural evolution of metastable austenitic stainless steel 304L produced by laser powder bed fusion. Additive Manufacturing 68 (2023) 103503

Papež P., Zelený M., Friák M., Dlouhý I.: The effect of spin-polarization, atomic ordering and charge transfer on the stability of CoCrNi medium entropy alloy. Mater. Chem. Phys. 304 (2023) 127783

Janů L., Dvořáková E., Polášková K., Buchtelová M., Ryšánek P., Chlup Z., Kruml T., Galmiz O., Nečas D., Zajíčková L.: Enhanced adhesion of electrospun polycaprolactone nanofibers to plasma-modified polypropylene fabric. Polymers 15 (2023) 1686

Šiška F., Drozdenko D., Máthis K., Čížek J., Guo T., Barnett M.: Three-dimensional crystal plasticity and HR-EBSD analysis of the local stress-strain fields induced during twin propagation and thickening in magnesium alloys. J. Magnes. Alloys 11 (2023) 657-670

Fintová S., Kunz L., Chlup Z., Kuběna I., Mertová K., Hradil D., Duchek M.: Grain refinement effect on fatigue life of two grades of commercially pure titanium. Int. J. Fatigue 176 (2023) 107883

Milyutin V., Bureš R., Faberová M., Birčáková Z., Shishkin D., Roupcová P., Hadraba H., Kollar P., Fuzer J., Phuong D.: Multi-component soft magnetic alloy FeNiCoAl0.4Mo0.1Si0.4B0.1 with high frequency stability of permeability. Mater. Sci. Eng. B 293 (2023) 116485

Chlup Z., Drdlík D., Hadraba H., Ševeček O., Šiška F., Erhart J., Maca K.: Temperature effect on elastic and fracture behaviour of lead-free piezoceramic BaTiO3. J. Eur. Ceram. Soc. 43 (2023) 1509-1522

Hadzhieva Z., Cholewa-Kowalska K., Dlouhý I., Moskalewicz ., Boccaccini A.: Electrophoretic deposition (EPD) of zein/bioactive glass composite coatings doped with F and Cu on titanium for biomedical applications. Mater. Lett. 351 (2023) 135066

Schlacher J., Chlup Z., Hofer A., Bermejo R.: High-temperature fracture behaviour of layered alumina ceramics with textured microstructure. J. Eur. Ceram. Soc. 43 (2023) 2917-2927

Šťastný P., Chlup Z., Hlinican J., Kaštyl J., Trunec M.: Effect of cyclic loading on the microstructure of thin zirconia tapes. J. Eur. Ceram. Soc. 43 (2023) 4498-4505

Masaryková N., Tkadlec E., Chlup Z., Vrbský J., Brysová A., Černochová P., Izakovicová Hollá L.: Comparison of microleakage under orthodontic brackets bonded with five different adhesive systems: in vitro study. BMC Oral Health 23 (2023) 637

Man J., Blinn B., Šulák I., Kuběna I., Smaga M., Chlup Z., Kruml T., Beck T., Polák J.: Formation of deformation induced martensite in fatigued 316L steels manufactured by selective laser melting (SLM). Procedia Struct. Integr. 43 (2023) 203-208

Čížek J., Klečka J., Babka L., Mušálek R., Hadraba H., Kondas J., Singh R., Pazderová M.: Protective Mo and Fe coatings by CS and RF-ICP for PbLi coolant environments in generation IV fission reactors. J. Thermal Spray Technol. 32 (2023) 363-374


Moravčík I., Zelený M., Dlouhý A., Hadraba H., Moravčíková-Goueva L., Papež P., Fikar O., Dlouhý I., Raabe D., Li Z.: Impact of interstitial elements on the stacking fault energy of an equiatomic CoCrNi medium entropy alloy: theory and experiments. Sci. Technol. Adv. Mater. 23 (2022) 376-392

Dobeš F., Hadraba H., Chlup Z., Matějíček J.: Different Types of Particle Effects in Creep Tests of CoCrFeNiMn High-Entropy Alloy. Materials 15 (2022) 7363

Chlup Z., Černý M., Strachota A., Rýglová Š., Schweigstillová J., Svítilová J., Trško L., Hadzima B.: Effect of Pyrolysis Temperature on the Behaviour of Environmentally Friendly Hybrid Basalt Fibre Reinforced Composites. Appl. Composite Mater. 29 (2022) 829-843

Novotná L., Chlup Z., Jaros J., Částková K., Drdlík D., Pospisil J., Hampl A., Koutna I., Cihlář J.: Macroporous bioceramic scaffolds based on tricalcium phosphates reinforced with silica: microstructural, mechanical, and biological evaluation. J. Asian Ceram. Soc. 10 (2022) 356-369

Tinoco Navarro H., Fintová S., Heikkita I., Herrero D., Vuoristo T., Dlouhý I., Hutař P.: Experimental and numerical study of micromechanical damage induced by MnS-based inclusions. Mater. Sci. Eng. A 856 (2022) 144009

Hadraba H., Chlup Z., Čížek J., Kuběna I.: 9Cr-1W steel strengthened by AlN and BN dispersion. J. Mater. Sci. 57 (2022) 12572-12584

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