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Research and development of casting technology of thermally affected parts of aircraft engines and highly precise casts of new generation of turbochargers

Co-investigatordoc. Ing. Pavel Hutař, Ph.D.
Number of ProjectCZ.01.1.02/0.0/0.0/19_262/0020138
AgencyMinisterstvo průmyslu a obchodu
Duration2020-05-01 - 2022-12-31

Anotace
The project introducing advanced technology of precision casting of thermally affected parts of aircraft engines and castings of axial wheels of turbochargers. The reliability and long service lifetime of the casting is determined by the tolerance of the material to surface defects that may occur during operation. In the project, we will look in more depth at the relationship between material structure, surface defects and fatigue and creep damage evolution.


2021

Švábenská E., Horník V., Fintová S.: Comparison of the effect of EB and LB surface treatment on structural characteristics of IN 713LC superalloy. Kovové materiály 59 (2021) 119-130

Kvapilová M., Král P., Dvořák J., Sklenička V.: High Temperature Creep Behaviour of Cast Nickel-Based Superalloys INC 713 LC, B1914 and MAR-M247. Metals 11 (2021) 152



2020

Šulák I., Obrtlík K., Hutařová S., Juliš M., Podrábský T., Čelko L.: Low cycle fatigue and dwell-fatigue of diffusion coated superalloy Inconel 713LC at 800°C. Mater. Character. 169 (2020) 110599