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Physical Metallurgy (E321071)
Departments:ústav materiálového inženýrství (12132)
Abbreviation:FMTApproved:01.10.2014
Valid until: ??Range:3P+1C
Semestr:ZCredits:5
Completion:Z,ZKLanguage:EN
Annotation
The course seals with interpretation of phenomena and processes that make up the theoretical basis of materials engineering and engineering technology. Thermodynamics, diffusion, crystal lattice and its disorders, phase transformations, plastic deformation and hardening processes are primarily emphasized in this course. The main attention is paid to degradation processes, i.e. fracture of materials, fatigue, creep, corrosion, wear, and radiation damage
Teacher's
doc. Ing. Jiří Janovec CSc.
Zimní 2019/2020
doc. Ing. Jiří Janovec CSc.
Zimní 2018/2019
doc. Ing. Jiří Janovec CSc.
Zimní 2017/2018
Structure
? Thermodynamics of pure metals and alloys
? Diffusion in metals and alloys
? Phase transformations
? Point and Line defects of crystal lattice
? Surface and spatial crystal lattice disorder
? The deformation behavior of metals and alloys
? A strengthening mechanisms
? Bases (recovery and recrystallization)
? Breach and fracture development
? Fracture mechanics
? Fatigue and fatigue damage
? Creep and creep fracture
? Corrosion, wear and radiation damage
Structure of tutorial
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Keywords
Thermodynamics, diffusion, phase transformations, plastic deformation, hardening processes, fracture of materials, fatigue, creep, corrosion, wear, and radiation damage.
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