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Investigation of basic mechanical and fracture-mechanical properties of specimens cut from high pressure gas pipeline – locality L177/2 after a twentyone months exposition to moist and dry hydrogen at the pressure 3 MPa
Gajdoš, Lubomír ; Šperl, Martin ; Šorm, Filip ; Bejdl, Jan
Investigation of the effect of moist and dry hydrogen pressurized to 3 MPa on mechanical and fracture properties of gas pipeline steel ČSN 13126, tensile specimens, Charpy specimens and CT specimens were kept loaded during the exposition in moist hydrogen, after a 21th months exposition it was found that ductility of tensile specimens and fracture parameters Jin and J0,2 of CT specimens decreased whilst the parameter Jm was slightly increased.
Investigation of basic mechanical and fracture-mechanical properties of specimens cut from high pressure gas pipeline – locality L177/2 after a fourteen months exposition to moist hydrogen at the pressure 3 MPa
Gajdoš, Lubomír ; Šperl, Martin ; Šorm, Filip ; Bejdl, Jan
Investigation of the effect of moist hydrogen pressurized to 3 MPa on mechanical and fracture properties of gas pipeline steel ČSN 13126, tensile specimens, Charpy specimens and CT specimens were kept loaded during the exposition in moist hydrogen, after a fourteen months exposition it was found that ductility of tensile specimens and fracture parameters Jin and J0,2 of CT specimens decreased whilst the parameter Jm was slightly increased.\n
Investigation of basic mechanical and fracture-mechanical properties of specimens cut from high pressure gas pipeline – locality L177/2 after a seven months exposition to moist hydrogen at the pressure 3 MPa
Gajdoš, Lubomír ; Šperl, Martin ; Šorm, Filip ; Bejdl, Jan
Investigation of the effect of moist hydrogen pressurized to 3 MPa on mechanical and fracture properties of gas pipeline steel ČSN 13126, tensile specimens, Charpy specimens and CT specimens were kept loaded during the exposition in moist hydrogen, after a seven months exposition it was found that ductility of tensile specimens and fracture parameters Jin and J0,2 of CT specimens decreased whilst the parameter Jm was slightly increased.
The effect of σ-phase formation on long-term durability of SUPER 304H steel
Horváth, J. ; Král, Petr ; Janovec, J. ; Sklenička, Václav
This work presents results of the analysis of phases formed in a SUPER 304H steel during a medium-term static isothermal ageing (675 degrees C/15000 h). The investigations of the precipitates were especially focused on the occurrence of sigma-phase because its formation leads to the serious embrittlement. \nThe evaluation and distribution of brittle sigma-phase were determined on macroscopic level by using light microscopy/colour etching. The microstructure was also investigated on microscopic level by scanning electron microscopes Tescan Lyra 3 and JEOL JSM 5410 equipped by electron backscatter diffraction unit and by transmission electron microscope Jeol 2100F. This work also investigates the effect of sigma-phase formation on the impact strength of an aged state of SUPER 304H steel. For comparison reasons the microstructure and the mechanical properties of the initial as-received) state were also investigated. It was found that the formation of brittle sigma-phase in the aged and therefore degraded microstructure led to the significant decrease of the impact strength. The influence of brittle sigma-phase on long-term durability of the degraded steel regarding its insufficient impact strength is discussed.
Properties of cement composites with fiber reinforcement
Jankech, Filip ; Sitek,, Libor (referee) ; Bodnárová, Lenka (advisor)
This thesis summarizes the knowledge of the possibility of using organic fibres as dispersed reinforcement into cement composites. It is concretely a summary of knowledge about the types and properties of synthetic and cellulosic fibres, their influence on the properties of fresh and hardened cement composite and lastly a description of the fire resistance of cement composites and the effect of organic fibres on the action of those composites at high temperatures and in the presence of fire. The experimental part is supposed to verify the effect of the cellulose fibres on increasing the durability of the cement composite at high temperatures.

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