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Properties of engineering materials under development applicable in the near future in traffic, medicine and power generating industry

Investigatorprof. RNDr. Ludvík Kunz, CSc., dr. h. c.
Co-investigatorprof. Ing. Ivo Dlouhý, CSc.
Number of Project1QS200410502
AgencyGrantová agentura Akademie věd České republiky
Duration2004-12-31 - 2009-12-30

Anotace
Verification of mechanical properties of engineering materials which are in advanced stage of basic research and which promise the near future application in engineering practice in enterprises is the main aim of the project. The research will be focusedon high temperature materials for gas turbines and turbochargers (superalloys and intermetallics), metallic biomaterials for surgical implants (stainless steels, Ti-alloys, NiTi alloys) and new steels for railway traffic. The results and knowledge of ba sic research will be applied to the particular engineering items, verified in sufficient extent, published and prepared for direct application in engineering practice in enterprises which have certified an expression of interest on research results.


2012

Dobeš F., Besterci M., Ballóková B., Sülleiová K., Dymáček P.: Analysis of creep fracture in Al-Al4C3 composite after ECAP. Mater. Sci. Eng. A 532 (2012) 567-572



2011

Besterci M., Dobeš F., Ballóková B., Sülleiová K., Kvačkaj T.: Observation of Anisotropy of Creep Fracture Using Small Punch Test for Al-Al4C3 System Produced by Equal Channel Angular Pressing. High Temp. Mater. Proc. 30 (2011) 205-210

Kunz L., Lukáš P., Pantělejev L., Man O.: Stability of Microstructure of Ultrafine-Grained Copper Under Fatigue and Thermal Exposition. Strain 47 (2011) 476-482



2009

Man J., Klapetek P., Man O., Weidner A., Obrtlík K., Polák J.: Extrusions and intrusions in fatigued metals. Part 2. AFM and EBSD study of the early growth of extrusions and intrusions in 316L steel fatigued at room temperature. Philos. Mag. 89 (2009) 1337-1372

Obrtlík K., Petrenec M., Man J., Polák J., Hrbáček K.: Isothermal fatigue behavior of cast superalloy Inconel 792-5A at 23 and 900 °C. J. Mater. Sci. 44 (2009) 3305-3314

Man J., Obrtlík K., Polák J.: Extrusions and intrusions in fatigued metals. Part 1. State of the art and history. Philos. Mag. 89 (2009) 1295-1336



2007

Petrenec M., Obrtlík K., Polák J., Man J.: Effect of temperature on the low cycle fatigue of cast Inconel 792-5A. Key Eng. Mater. 345-346 (2007) 383-386