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Optimizing of die geometry for wet drawing of a steel wire with process fluid
Bršťák, Ondřej ; Zmrzlý, Martin (referee) ; Píška, Miroslav (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis was both the analysis of the wire drawing process and the design of a new drawing die. All tests were performed at real production line. The primary aim of the analysis was the change in the current lubricating medium. Based on the performed analysis the test was developed to determine the exact values of the friction coefficient of the new lubricant. In the following part of the thesis the wire manufacturing process was described with a focus on the performance of the drawing die. For that matter material tests were performed and a material model was developed and then used for further calculations. Based on the results the geometry of the drawing die was changed and hence the drawing process was optimized with the focus on both increasing the lifetime of the drawing die and maintaining the complexity of the production. First drafts of new drawing dies were created and cost savings were calculated. In the last section the next modifications were proposed to increase the lifetime of the drawing dies.
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.
Fluoride coatings on magnesium prepared in melts
Drábiková, Juliána ; Richtera, Lukáš (referee) ; Zmrzlý, Martin (advisor)
This work deals with the corrosion protection of magnesium alloy AZ31, AZ61, AZ91 using fluoride conversion coating prepared from Na[BF4] melt. The theoretical part describes the properties of magnesium alloys, the recent results of fluoride conversion coatings preparation and analysis of the available literature about the properties of salt Na[BF4] and its decomposition products. The experimental part was devided into two main sections. The first deals with the corrosion resistance of the treated magnesium alloys (AZ31, AZ61, AZ91 and AZ91 annealed) in the Na[BF4] melt. Corrosion resistance was tested using potentiodynamic tests and tests in the corrosion chamber. In the second part, the mechanism has been studied for preparing fluoride conversion coating, where it was shown that in air-free atmosphere the oxidizing agent in the process is boron, which is reduced from BIII to B0, and thereby enables the fluoride conversion coating.
Surface treatment of aluminum alloys
Petr, Jiří ; Konečný, Tomáš (referee) ; Zmrzlý, Martin (advisor)
The thesis is focused on the surface treatment used for the preparation of aluminium alloys for the adhesive bonding. The theoretical part can be divided into three chapters. The first of them deals with aluminium alloys, the second one speaks about the adhesive bonding. The surface treatment itself, especially the conversion coating issues, is discussed in the last chapter. The experimental part is focused on the optimalization of a two-step titanium and zirconium based conversion coating technology. In the first part, the aluminium alloy is analysed by the glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy. The second part of the experiment deals with the first step of the technology, acidic deoxidation. The objective was to examine the influence of the exposure time on the morphology of the alloy surface and the shear strength of adhesive joints. In the last part of the experiment, the conversion coatings are prepared and characterised by the scanning electron microscopy and energy dispersive spectroscopy.
Nickel coatings on magnesium alloys
Kosár, Petr ; Richtera, Lukáš (referee) ; Zmrzlý, Martin (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused to nickel coatings on magnesium alloys. At the introduction of this work is briefly commented phase composition of AZ91 alloy, which is followed by detailed description of five very different theories of Ni-P coatings formation. Theoretical part is ended by review aimed to current states of development in areas of chemical nickel coating, influence of AZ91 alloy microstructure to current less deposition and possibility of surfactants influence to decrease of surface roughness. In experimental part of this thesis was the morphology and composition of Ni-P coatings including interlayers dependence on chemical composition of nickel-plating bath and magnesium alloy surface pre-treatment investigated using scanning electron microscopy and inverted optical microscopy. Average phosphorus content was obtained using energy dispersive analysis. Closing part of experimental part was dedicated for mechanical properties of coatings by micro-indentation analysis.
Impregnation of stainless steels for the conditions of oversea sailing
Chára, Tomáš ; Kalina, Lukáš (referee) ; Zmrzlý, Martin (advisor)
This thesis deals with temporary corrosion protection of stainless steel for the conditions of oversea sailing. At first the theoretical part describes types of the stainless steels focusing on their corrosion resistance and negatively or positively impacts affect of their resistance. There is also a proposal of methods of the temporary corrosion protection and testing its effectiveness. The recherché are summarized knowledge in testing resistance of stainless steels to pitting corrosion. The task of the study was to test the effectiveness of three different preservatives and comparing the quality of their temporary corrosion protection compared with unprotected chemically passivated stainless steels.
Corrosion resistance of aluminum alloys
Kouba, Jan ; Pacal,, Bohumil (referee) ; Zmrzlý, Martin (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with cerium-based conversion coatings for aluminium alloys. At first the mechanism of protection of metals by inhibitory substances is described in the theoretical section. The next chapter is devoted to application of lanthanide salts as cathodic corrosion inhibitors. Then the characterization of alloy AA 2024 follows. The main part is dedicated to the growth mechanism of the cerium-based mixed conversion coating on the alloy AA 2024. Finally, the factors affecting the character and the quality of obtained coatings are commented. In the experimental part an influence of the thermal activation together with the activation by a hydrogen peroxide was observed. The created film was characterized using SEM and EDS. The level of corrosion protection was evaluated by the polarization resistance measurement. erized using SEM and EDS. The level of corrosion protection was evaluated by the polarization resistance measurement.
Phosphate conversion coatings
Ševčíková, Barbora ; Trčka,, Josef (referee) ; Zmrzlý, Martin (advisor)
The main objective of the master’s thesis is to study the influence of phosphate coating structure on the mechanical properties of screw connection. The theoretical part describes the conventional phosphating process and it is followed by an analysis of current knowledge of phosphating technology. Experiments are carried out on screw valves mounted to a high pressure diesel pump by Bosch Diesel s.r.o., made of unalloyed carbon steel. To investigate the effect of the structure on the connection sealing, twelve kinds of phosphate coatings varying in one process parameter were prepared. The monitored parameters determining the phosphate structure are – type of phosphate and activation bath, its temperature and concentration and time of immersion. The sealing connection is examined during simulated assembly process by angle controlled tightening while measuring torque and permanent material deformation. Prepared layers are characterized by determination of weight per unit area and their structure observed by electron microscope.
Non - freezing heat transfer liquids for solar systems
Mikšík, František ; Zmrzlý, Martin (referee) ; Kotlík, Josef (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on proposition of non-freezing heat transfer fluid for solar systems. Fluid will be based on mixture of new available compound propane-1,3-diol with water and modern corrosion inhibitors. Then will be investigate, if this new compound is competetive to common used liquids like ethylene glycol or propylene glycol.
Reactivity and controll of properties of metallic materials
Tkacz, Jakub ; Šoukal, František (referee) ; Zmrzlý, Martin (advisor)
This thesis is focused on corrosion protection of magnesium alloys AZ 91. Very important is material corrosion in some environments and last but not least surface treatment as grinding, polishing and etching. Theoretical part of this thesis is about magnesium and magnesium alloy. It focuses on properties, in order to determine the best procedure for corrosion protection. It characterize material corrosion- for example corrosion in special environment (atmosphere, water, etc.) or elektrolyte corrosion. Big part of theoretical part is focused on electrochemistry, in particular kinetic aspects (Tafel diagrams, corrosion current, etc.) and potentiostatic testing, where are observed properties of material in relation to potential: corrosion potential Ecorr, brakedown potential Ebd and repassivation potential Erp. This work present preparing, utilization and positive or negative aspects of corrosion protection. Metallography is important too since metallographical preparation is crucial for the research on the material. Described metallography procedures are mounting, grinding, polishing, etching and interpretation. Experimental part of this thesis is in particular about corrosion properties of magnesium alloy AZ 91. It focuses on calculation of corrosion rate in defferent environments. Principle is mass defekt of the alloy. The environments are: destilled water, hot service water and 3% NaCl solution (like sea water). Last but not least are important. procedure manipulation with materials. Very important are choice and composition of solutions, etching time, choice of polishing cloth, lubricant solution and good pressure. Beacuse of this aspects can be show corrosion action of environments on magnesium alloy AZ 91 by photographies.

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