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Ing. Vladislav Kozák, CSc.

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Researcher IDG-9754-2014
Positiontechnician - Former employee


Kozák V., Chlup Z., Padělek P., Dlouhý I.: Prediction of the Traction Separation Law of Ceramics Using Iterative Finite Element Modelling. Solid State Phenom. 258 (2017) 186-189

Kotrechko S., Gryshchenko V., Kozák V., Dlouhý I.: Method of Threshold Stress Determination for a Local Approach to Cleavage Fracture. Solid State Phenom. 258 (2017) 281-285


Kozák V., Chlup Z.: Crack Growth Modelling in the Silicon Nitride Ceramics by Application of the Cohesive Zone Approach. Key Eng. Mater. 592-593 (2014) 193-196


Stratil L., Hadraba H., Kozák V., Dlouhý I.: Identification and application of Gurson-Tvergaard-Needleman model for sub-sized three-point- bend geometry. Acta Technica CSAV 58 (2013) 141-155


Stratil L., Kozák V., Hadraba H., Dlouhý I.: Stress state analysis of sub-sized pre-cracked three-point-bend specimen. Eng. Mech. 19 (2012) 121-129


Strachota A., Černý M., Glogar P., Sucharda Z., Havelcová M., Chlup Z., Dlouhý I., Kozák V.: Preparation and optimalization of silicon oxycarbide composites toughened by inorganic fibers by pyrolysis of precursor composites with siloxane matrix. Acta Phys. Pol. A 120 (2011) 326-330

Chlup Z., Černý M., Strachota A., Kozák V.: Properties of modified polysiloxane based ceramic matrix for long fibre reinforced composite materials. Plastics, Rubber and Composites 40 (2011) 380-385

Kotrechko S., Mamedov S., Dlouhý I., Kozák V.: Use of Local Approach for Prediction of the Irradiation Effect on Fracture Toughness of Pressure Vessel Steel. Key Eng. Mater. 465 (2011) 568-573

Number of ProjectName
GA101/08/1304 Simulation of the brittle damage and fracture of heteroneneous materials
GA101/05/0493 Damage prediction of structural materials using cohesive models
GA106/02/0745 Bainitic cast steel for dynamically loaded components
GA101/00/0170 The transferability of fracture toughness characteristics from point a view of integrity of components with defects
GA106/98/0079 Physical metallurgy aspects of the intergranular fracture damage of the structural steels