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Influence of alloying elements on the solubility of titanium in magnesium alloys
Matocha, Martin ; Buchtík, Martin (referee) ; Březina, Matěj (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis examines the influence of alloying elements on the solubility of titanium in magnesium alloys. In the theoretical part, a literature review was conducted on the topics of the creation, composition, processing, and brief analysis possibilities of magnesium alloys, with an emphasis on the potential for alloying magnesium alloys with titanium. The experimental part focused on the preparation of systems with various compositions to achieve the integration of titanium into the magnesium alloy. After preparation of the samples of the given systems, their analysis was performed using SEM/EDS and XRD. Based on the ongoing results of the samples analysis, efforts were made to optimize the holding time of the samples of the given system at a temperature of 905°C. It was found that during the stabilization of the modification of titanium, it is possible to achieve mixing of titanium, zinc, and magnesium. The condition for the formation of the modification of titanium is the highest possible temperature allowed by the system. However, the temperature must exceed at least 881°C. The stability of the modification of titanium is also supported by the absence of alloying elements that promote the stability of the modification of titanium. The mixture of elements in the aforementioned system has not yet been described in the scientific literature.
Conversion coatings and their characterisation
Březina, Matěj ; Doležal, Pavel (referee) ; Zmrzlý, Martin (advisor)
Aim of this study is to improve corrosion resistance of magnesium alloy AZ91 by conversion coatings. Influence of alloy microstructure on conversion coating growth and corrosion resistance was evaluated. Properties of pure magnesium and magnesium alloy AZ91 as well as the influence of alloying elements on properties of this alloy are described in theoretical part. Recent results of corrosion protection by conversion coatings on AZ type magnesium alloys are summarised in recherché part. Practical part focuses on preparation of hexavalent chromium based conversion coating and phosphate-permanganate based conversion coating on as cast AZ91 magnesium alloy, these coatings were subsequently applied on annealed AZ91 magnesium alloy. Corrosion protection of the coatings prepared on as cast and annealed alloy was evaluated by potentiodynamic measurements and testing in neutral salt spray. Furthermore the influence of plasma activation on phosphate-permanganate coating surface was studied.
Preparation processes and properties of porous zinc material
Moleková, Kristína ; Březina, Matěj (referee) ; Hasoňová, Michaela (advisor)
Bachelor thesis occupy with preparation of porous material from zinc powder by cold pressing, cold pressing followed by sintering and hot pressing. This thesis contain both preparation of bulk material, and charakterization of materials based on the compaction process conditions. Impact of pressing process on subsequent progress of sintering and final attributes of materials is evaluated. Bulk material is characterized considering to structure, porosity, and physical-mechanical properties. Properties of final metarial will serve to optimize conditions for process of pressing and sintering.
Characterization of corrosion resistance of nickel-phosphorus coatings on magnesium alloys
Kotland, Vojtěch ; Březina, Matěj (referee) ; Wasserbauer, Jaromír (advisor)
This master’s thesis is focused on corrosion resistance of nickel-phosphorus coatings on magnesium alloy AZ91. In the theoretical part is summarized current knowledge about magnesium alloys and electroless deposition of Ni-P coatings including ongoing reactions. Theoretical part also lists all substances contained in the nickel bath and their specific use there. In the second half of theoretical part are discussed corrosion and immersion tests. Theoretical part is ended by review aimed towards the research in areas of immersion tests. Experimental part describes individual steps of pretreatment on magnesium alloy and then deposition of the Ni-P coating. Composition and morphology of deposited Ni-P coating and magnesium alloy were studied using energy dispersive spectroscopy. Experiment part also contains list of experiments trying to figure out ideal thickness of low-phosphorus coating which is able to protect magnesium alloy from corrosion. Master’s thesis is ended with the list of immersion tests and results which outcomes from them.
Preparation and Characterization of Porous Magnesium Based Materials
Březina, Matěj ; Pacal, Bohumil (referee) ; Vojtěch, Dalibor (referee) ; Ptáček, Petr (advisor)
Bulk magnesium materials produced nowadays via powder metallurgy are based on a vastly extensive technological spectrum, which makes it possible to create a wide range of materials. This work focuses on the preparation of bulk materials from magnesium powder by cold pressing and hot pressing, sintering and field assisted sintering. The bulk materials were prepared in a series of compacting pressures from 100 MPa to 500 MPa and the sintering temperatures were selected in the range of 300 ° C to 600 ° C in order to characterize the influence of the manufacturing conditions and technology on the final properties of bulk materials. Prepared materials were evaluated in terms of microstructure, hardness, microhardness, three-point bend test, and fractography. From the hot pressed materials, the samples prepared at 400 and 500 MPa and 400 °C had the highest strength and hardness. The classic sintering of magnesium in the furnace with argon atmosphere proved to be ineffective due to the oxide layer on the surface and the presence of oxygen in technical argon. The SPS sintering (Spark Plasma Sintering) was the more effective with the lower applying pressure used to make the preforms and with the higher applied pressure during the SPS process itself. Highest strength and hardness were achieved in this case of materials sintered at 600 ° C prepared from free powder and the most porous preform (100 MPa). The bulk materials were prepared using all methods used, but the properties of these materials varied considerably depending on the technology used.
Preparation of Mg-Ti based bulk materials via powder metallurgy
Žilinský, Martin ; Wasserbauer, Jaromír (referee) ; Březina, Matěj (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is preparation and characterization of bulk Mg–Ti based materials. In the first theoretical part properties of base materials and the complexity of preparation alloy from these metals is discussed. Second part is focused on powder metallurgy and its applicability on Mg–Ti system. In another part particle composites are described. In chapter current research another possible methods of alloy preparation from magnesium and titanium are mentioned. The experimental part of this thesis was the preparation of bulk Mg–Ti materials from metal powders. For sample preparation conventional methods of powder metallurgy and spark plasma sintering was employed. Furthermore a characterisation of these materials was done. Microstructure was observed. Present phases were found using X-ray diffraction analysis. Amounts of these phases were determined using a scanning electron microscope with energy–dispersive spectrometry and using X-ray fluorescence. Furthermore hardness was measured and bending test with evaluation was done. Significant difference in results of sample preparation using conventional methods of powder metallurgy and spark plasma sintering was observed.
Optimization of surface pretreatment of steel and aluminum alloy for subsequent application of powder paint
Běloch, Martin ; Březina, Matěj (referee) ; Wasserbauer, Jaromír (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with various procedures of surface pretreatment of steel and aluminum alloy for subsequent application of powder coating substance. The work begins with an overview of the general characteristics of the materials used. The core part of the work is then a summary of the individual methods of pretreatment that can be used to modify the material surface. A special chapter is devoted to methodologies for the application of powder substances. Before separate application, the sample must first be carefully pretreated to ensure removal of organic compounds (e.g. oils from primary processing - grinding, cutting), or dust impurities to ensure the correct barrier effect. After dividing the individual methods of surface preparation, a powder paint system with a total thickness of approximately 50 µm is applied to the test material. Samples with different surface pretreatments will be compared both in terms of mechanical properties and in terms of electrochemical properties.
Preparation processes of Mg and Ca based powder materials
Jakůbek, Zdeněk ; Březina, Matěj (referee) ; Hasoňová, Michaela (advisor)
Bachelor thesis is focused on preparation of Mg-Ca material prepared from magnesium powder and calcium particles by hot pressing. Materials were characterized by microstructure and physically-mechanical properties. The influence of pressing temperature and the influence of calcium content was evaluated from final material properties. Obtained results serve to optimize these parametres.
Unconventional preparation technology of bulk material from Mg
Horálek, Matyáš ; Hasoňová, Michaela (referee) ; Březina, Matěj (advisor)
Topic of the bachelor's thesis is the procedure of preparation and processing of bulk magnesium powder by unconventional technologies. Bulk materials were evaluated from the point of porosity, microstructure and physically-mechanical properties in correlation with changes of parameters during preparation. Furthemore the influence of chosen processing parameters of electron beam was evaluated from structural properties and depth of the affected material. The outcome of this work is focused on study and optimalization of parameters during preparation and processing of bulk material.
Heat hardening of Ni-P based coatings prepared on wrought magnesium alloys
Kotland, Vojtěch ; Březina, Matěj (referee) ; Wasserbauer, Jaromír (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis is focused to hardening of nickel-phosphorus coatings on magnesium alloys. In the theoretical part are listed current knowledge about magnesium alloys and electroless deposition of Ni-P coatings for which is also stated mechanism and function of components contained in the bath. Theoretical part is ended by review aimed to the research in areas of chemical coating. Experimental part describes individual steps of pretreatment on magnesium alloy AZ31 and then planting of Ni-P coating on thus prepared alloy. In the next part is stated range of used hardening temperatures and mechanical repercussion to that. Composition and morphology of deposited coating and magnesium alloy were studied using scanning electron microscopy.

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