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Preparation and characterisation of selected d and p elements carbides
Nižňanský, Matěj ; Tyrpekl, Václav (advisor) ; Vilémová, Monika (referee)
This thesis is focused on carbide ceramics synthesis, more specifically on the synthesis of a Ti2AlC MAX Phase carbide using solution chemistry rather than powder metallurgy. Chloride and nitrate precursors have been used as a source of metals and citric acid as a source of carbon for carbothermal reduction and as a complexing agent. A new route of precursor synthesis has been developed based on peroxo-titanic acid, which helps retain aluminium. The syntheses were performed using the SPS facility to ensure high heating rates. Al4C3 and TiC carbides and their mixtures were prepared successfully. However, the Ti2AlC phase was not synthesized under used conditions. The phase composition, structure and grain sizes of the samples were investigated by powder X-ray diffraction, X-ray fluorescence and electron microscopy. The contents of carbon in the precursors were determined by thermogravimetric analysis.
Analysis of twin-roll cast aluminium-steel clad strips
Křivská, Barbora ; Šlapáková, Michaela (advisor) ; Karlík, Miroslav (referee)
The microstructure, diffusion and phase transformations in aluminum-steel clad sheet were studied within the thesis by means of light optical microscopy, electron microscopy, resistometry and positron annihilation spectroscopy. Results of experimental methods were supplemented by finite element method employed for evaluation of electrical resistivity and simulation of diffusion between steel and aluminum. Several annealing experiments were carried out. The effective interdiffusion coefficient was evaluated by Boltzmann-Matano method from measured concentration profiles through the interface. Formation of an interfacial intermetallic phase was studied and orthorhombic phases Al13Fe4 and Al5Fe2 were identified present in the layer. Surprising results were obtained from the in-situ annealing in TEM (SEM) which go against the results found in a recent literature - the interfacial layer grows towards steel layer.
Research and development of a technology of hard anodization of nonferrous alloys
Remešová, Michaela ; Kudláček,, Jan (referee) ; Vidal, Salvador Pané (referee) ; Kaiser, Jozef (advisor)
Práce je zaměřena na výzkum a vývoj technologie přípravy tvrdých anodických vrstev na třech různých typech neželezných materiálů a to (i) hliníkové slitině (AA1050), (ii) čistém hořčíku (99.9% Mg) a (iii) zinkové slitině (ZnTi2). Vhodnou kombinací anodizačních podmínek (napětí, proudová hustota, teplota a složení elektrolytu atd.) lze vytvářet anodické vrstvy s rozdílnými vlastnostmi. V rámci předložené práce byl prokázán vliv předúpravy a anodizačních podmínek na vzhled, morfologii, tloušťku a tvrdost vytvořených anodických vrstev. Pro zvýšení tribologických vlastností a tvrdosti byly anodické vrstvy přímo dopovány Al2O3 částicemi nebo kombinací Al2O3 a PTFE částic během anodizačního procesu. Teoretická část práce popisuje základní principy anodizace, metody používané v průmyslové praxi a v práci je také popsán technologický proces. Experimentální část je rozdělena na tři základní části. První část se věnuje anodické oxidaci hliníkové slitiny AA1050. Druhá část je zaměřena na anodizaci čistého hořčíku a poslední část je zaměřena na anodizaci zinkové slitiny ZnTi2, která není tak známá jako anodizace hliníku.
Preparation of Mg-Al-Ti bulk materials via powder metallurgy
Brescher, Roman ; Doskočil, Leoš (referee) ; Březina, Matěj (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with research and preparation of bulk materials based on the Mg–Al–Ti system. The theoretical part summarizes the basic knowledge about magnesium alloys, focusing mainly on Mg–Al and Mg–Ti systems. Furthermore, basic information on powder metallurgy methods was included here, from the production of powder materials, through their compaction, to heat treatment and spark plasma sintering (SPS). The theoretical part ends with literature review on the current research of the Mg–Al–Ti system. In the experimental part, bulk materials based on the Mg–Al–Ti system was prepared using traditional methods of powder metallurgy, as well as using the SPS method. The microstructure of the material, elemental and phase composition was examined in this thesis. Subsequently, Vickers hardness and flexural strength were measured, and fractographic observation of the fracture surface was performed. It was found that the aluminum was completely dissolved during the heat treatment, but the titanium particles remained almost intact in the material and worked as a particulate reinforcement. Materials prepared by methods of conventional powder metallurgy showed increased porosity compared to materials prepared by the SPS, resulting in lower hardness and flexural strength. The hardness increased with increasing the amount of aluminum and titanium and with the amount of magnesium phase . Fractographic observation of the fracture surface suggests that a diffuse connection between the reinforcement and the matrix may have occurred after the sintering process.
Inspection of welded joints of loading ramps
Ertl, Roman ; Mrňa, Libor (referee) ; Kubíček, Jaroslav (advisor)
This master's thesis is focused on problem of welding of loading ramps and inspection of their welded joints. The aim of this thesis is to inspect the welds of loading ramps with regarding to the appearance of defects. The literature review of the research issues of the MIG welding technology and welding of aluminium and its alloys is described in this thesis. There is also described destructive and non-destructive inspection of welds that can be applied to inspection of loading ramps. Theoretical description is followed by an experimental part of the thesis. Experimental part is focused on the three destructive tests (the tensile, the macroscopic and the hardness test) of samples of loading ramps, which are made of EN AW-6005A T6.
Machining of vulcanizing molds from aluminum alloys
Kaška, Zdeněk ; Kalivoda, Milan (referee) ; Polzer, Aleš (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on the issue of deep drilling of vulcanization molds from various aluminum alloys. The work will describe a brief description of machined materials and tools for deep drilling, including the production of the vulcanization mold itself. Based on experimental measurements, the analysis of data and knowledge gained from deep drilling of aluminum alloys with different silicon contents will be performed. In the end, the individual components of force loads for both machined materials will be compared
Productive machining of profile surfaces
Šulcová, Eva ; Kalivoda, Milan (referee) ; Chladil, Josef (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on a method of milling shaped surfaces. As for the theoretical part, it contains general characteristics of CNC milling, CNC machines and cutting tools. The following part of the experimental verification deals with the comparison of two different methods for milling shaped surfaces. Having said that, it also describes specific shape surfaces, choice of machines, selection and production of cutting tools as well as description and implementation of both methods. The final part of the work summarizes the results of both methods.
Residential building
Šeps, Daniel ; Bartlová, Jana (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the design of a new building of a detached apartment building in Nová Paka in the form of project documentation for construction. The buiding is designed brick with reinforced concrete ceilings. Perimeter walls on the 1st – 3rd floor is designed ceramic brick blocks th. 300 mm with contact thermal insulation system ETICS th. 200mm, which will be equipped with silicone plaster 1,5mm. Perimeter walls on the underground floor is designed permanent shuttering DITTON 30 th. 300mm, filled with concrete C20/25 XC1 and by steel B500B insulated with extruded polystyrene XPS th. 160mm. Internal load-bearing masonry wall is designed with acoustic ceramic brick blocks th. 250 mm. Partitions are designed from acoustic partition walls. On the ceilings is a hardwood flooring because of excellent acoustic characteristics. The roof is designed as a flat green roof with extensive vegetation and with thermal isolation of minera wool and with waterproofing layer made of bituminous modified SBS strips laid in two layers. Balcony railing is designed aluminous with safety glass paneling.
Preparation of Mg-Al based bulk materials via powder metallurgy
Jakůbek, Zdeněk ; Fintová, Stanislava (referee) ; Březina, Matěj (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on preparation of Mg-Al based bulk materials via powder metallurgy. The bulk materials were prepared by cold pressing, cold pressing followed by sintering, cold pressing followed by sintering and artificial aging, SPS (spark plasma sintering), SPS followed by solution annealing, SPS followed by solution annealing and artificial aging. The prepared materials were characterized in terms of microstructure and physical and mechanical properties. The properties of the prepared materials differed depending on the method of preparation and Al content. All materials after heat treatment were consisted of solid solution (Mg), intermetallic phase Mg17Al12 and MgO. The composition of the materials depended on Al content. Sintering by the SPS method resulted in material with better mechanical properties compared to materials whose first step of preparation was cold pressing.
Concentration of selected metals in traditional and herbal teas
Brlíková, Eliška ; Křikala, Jakub (referee) ; Diviš, Pavel (advisor)
This thesis deals with determination of selected metals concentrations in loose green, black and herbal teas purchased in the Czech Republic and beyond. All samples were analyzed by ICP-OES. Most metals were not detected in the extracts. The final metal concentrations that have been detected in the tea extracts meet the legislative limits and do not bring a health risk to humans. The statistical processing of the measured results, based on different concentrations of selected elements, managed to distinguish the extracts from black and green teas.

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