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Advanced high-temperature resistant metal-ceramic composites based on TiB2 for cutting tools
Halmazňa, Jiří ; Drdlík, Daniel (referee) ; Chlup, Zdeněk (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the preparation of new high-temperature resistant cermets based on TiB2. The hard ceramic phase is bonded by NiW metallic alloy, which was prepared by mechanical alloying using a planetary ball mill. The first part of the thesis is targeted to the optimization of mixing of both powders in the planetary ball mill. The procedure of preparation of powders mixture with homogenous particles distribution of the NiW alloy was designed and verified with simultaneous particle size refinement. The second part is focused on the microstructure characterisation and mechanical properties evaluation of sintered materials. In this case both powders, TiB2 and NiW, were mixed in a tubular mill and consequently compacted by a rapid hot pressing method at four different sintering temperatures. The influence of the sintering temperature on the microstructure development characterized by the density, porosity and grain size was monitored. The elastic modulus, fracture toughness, flexural strength and hardness were measured on prepared test specimens. The results of conducted experiments show a significant dependence of the microstructure and mechanical properties on applied sintering temperatures. The higher sintering temperatures are used the better mechanical properties are observed. However, the sintering temperature of 1375°C seems to be an optimal one. The sintering temperature of 1400°C leads to the significant losses of the metal phase due to sublimation of nickel resulting in increased porosity in the metal phase regions.
Utilisation of already deposited energy by-products in cement production
Lukášek, David ; Švec, Jiří (referee) ; Opravil, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis focuses at study of deposited high-temperatured fly ash and its utilization in production of cement. The theoretical part of the bachelor thesis deals with the production and division of cements. The individual advantages and disadvantages of high-temperature and fluid fly ash when added to cements are addressed. The theoretical knowledge was used to design subsequent experiments. The conclusion of the theoretical part of the work deals with pozzolans. The main content of the experimental part was the analysis of raw materials and subsequent analysis of the mechanical properties of the prepared mixtures. The experiments were designed in accordance with valid standards.
Influence of heat treatment on mechanical properties od Inconel 713 LC Ni superalloy
Nopová, Klára ; Válka, Libor (referee) ; Pantělejev, Libor (advisor)
The main aim of this bachelor thesis was evaluation of the influence of heat treatment, HIP processing and of semi-product shape on mechanical properties and microstructure of Ni-superalloy Inconel 713LC. Tensile tests at room temperature and hardness measurement were performed for all types of the samples. Fractographic analysis was conducted after tensile tests for evaluation of the influence of processing on mechanisms of the fracture.
Fatigue properties of materials prepared by SLM method
Hanáček, Josef ; Pantělejev, Libor (referee) ; Štěpánek, Roman (advisor)
This work deals with description of SLM (Selective Laser Melting) method, which is one of ALM (Additive Layer Manufacturing) method. In first part the general laws of fatigue and SLM method are described. The second part deals with the influence of processing parameters to final properties of material. The main goal of work is to determine dependence between processing parameters and mechanical properties of SLM processed components. Special attention is dedicated to fatigue properties.
Development of process parameters for Selective Laser Melting technology for processing of aluminum alloy AlSi7
Zvoníček, Josef ; Dočekalová, Kateřina (referee) ; Koutný, Daniel (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the study of the influence of process parameters of AlSi7Mg0.6 aluminum alloy processing using the additive technology Selective Laser Melting. The main objective is to clarify the influence of the individual process parameters on the resulting porosity of the material and its mechanical properties. The thesis deals with the current state of aluminum alloy processing in this way. The actual material research of the work is carried out in successive experiments from the welding test to the volume test with subsequent verification of the mechanical properties of the material. Material evaluation in the whole work is material porosity, stability of individual welds, hardness of the material and its mechanical properties. The results are compared with the literature.
Surface and mechanical properties of a-CSi:H and a-CSiO:H films
Plichta, Tomáš ; Shukurov, Andrey (referee) ; Klapetek, Petr (referee) ; Čech, Vladimír (advisor)
The dissertation thesis deals with the preparation and characterisation of a-CSi:H and a CSiO:H thin films prepared using the process of plasma enhanced chemical vapour deposition (PECVD). Tetravinylsilane (TVS) and its mixtures with argon and oxygen were used to deposit films on both planar substrates and fibre bundles. Main characterisation techniques were employed to study the topography of films, namely atomic force microscopy (AFM). Their mechanical properties were studied through nanoindentation; the nanoscratch test was used to assess the film adhesion to the substrate. Other analysed properties were internal stress and friction coefficient. The particular attention was paid to the work of adhesion and its determination. This knowledge was further applied to the preparation of surface treatments of glass fibres and, subsequently, polymer composites. Those were tested using the push-out test and the short beam shear test. Based on the results, the effects of deposition conditions and the relationships between the studied properties and quantities were determined.
Mechanical properties Al-alloy EN AW 7020 at increase temperatures
Slouka, Marek ; Kohout, Jan (referee) ; Věchet, Stanislav (advisor)
The master’s thesis deals with high strength aluminium alloys AlZn4Mg (EN AW 7020). This alloy is used for high strength, low density, a good corrosion resistant and a good weldability in protective atmospheres. At first this thesis is described to aluminium alloys, ways of manufacturing and history. Next this thesis mainly deals with wrought aluminium alloys, heat treatment this alloys and alloys Al-Zn-Mg. Tensile tests were made of alloys EN AW 7020 at room temperature and increased temperature. Next this alloy was made of fatigue test and metallographic analysis. The model was construct. This model describe to behaviour alloy at increased temperature and this model was compared with measure values. This thesis describe to behaviour of study alloy at room temperature and increased temperature.
Founding in region of Velké Bílovice
Moravčík, Martin ; Masopust, Jan (referee) ; Brdečková, Helena (advisor)
Bachelor's thesis got two parts. In teoretical part I examene geology and geomorfology of region Velké Bílovice. Half of practical part analyse laboratory samples that are taken from Velké Bílovice. I tested samples for physical and index properties and mechanical properties. Second half of practical part is design and assessment of gravity wall by EC 1997. Earth pressures are calculated by ČSN 73 0037. Geological conditions for gravity wall are calcareous clays from examined properties and loess by [5]. Assessment was controled with computer program GEO5.
Mechanical properties of magnesium alloy AZ91E prepared by ECAP method
Darida, Jiří ; Válka, Libor (referee) ; Pantělejev, Libor (advisor)
This thesis deals with mechanical and fatigue properties of magnesium alloy AZ91 processed by EX-ECAP method. This method involves the application of extrusion followed by equal-channel angular pressing. To obtain basic mechanical characteristics, the tensile test were carried out at room and elevated temperatures. Further the fatigue tests were performed and obtained data were used to compile S-N curve. The work also includes metallographics analysis of microstructure and fractographic analysis of fracture surfaces of tensile and fatigue test specimens.
Using simulation to predict defects in and evaluate properties of die-cast Al-alloy castings
Morávková, Jitka ; Nová, Iva (referee) ; Čech, Jaroslav (advisor)
The purpose of this diploma thesis is comparing the quantity of porosity in die-cast aluminium casting with using simulation. The cast engine blocks were made by high pressure die-casting and a local squeeze casting (LSC) technology. There was also examined the relationship between porosity and mechanical properties of castings. There were evaluated and compared the results of my own measurements with data from previous students theses at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering BUT. All data were tested by statistical tests. The comparison of simulation results and experimentally measured values was found a good programme-ability to simulate and estimate porosity.

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