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Experimental Methods in Material Science

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Code Completion Credits Range
W32OZ001 ZK 52P+26C
Garant předmětu:
Ladislav Cvrček, Petr Špatenka
Lecturer:
Ladislav Cvrček, Petr Špatenka
Tutor:
Ladislav Cvrček, Petr Špatenka
Supervisor:
Department of Materials Engineering
Synopsis:

Methods of materials analysis with a focus on structural, phase, texture and analysis of lattice defects and determination of residual stresses (X-ray and electron diffractography). Imaging methods: light and electron microscopy (sample preparation and imaging characteristics, contrast theory). Advanced imaging methods and chemical microanalysis: scanning electron microscopy.

Requirements:
Syllabus of lectures:

•Advanced imaging and diffraction methods I - scanning electron microscopy,

•Advanced imaging and diffraction methods II - transmission electron microscopy and diffraction

•X-ray diffraction). High-energy and low-energy electron diffraction.

•Determination of texture

•Atomic force microscopy

•Combined physical methods of microanalysis of chemical composition (wave and energy dispersion).

•Selected problems of thermal analysis, calorimetry and internal friction.

•Special methods for polymer materials (solution and spectroscopic methods, mechanical spectrometry).

•Anlyses of mechanical and chemical properties of coatings (thickness, adhesion, corrosion)

•Surface analyses (structure, roughness, surface energy)

•Tribological properties of materials

•Selected optical methods (IR, GDOS, Raman spectroscopy)

•Summary

Syllabus of tutorials:
Study Objective:
Study materials:

•BRANDON, D. G. a Wayne D. KAPLAN. Microstructural characterization of materials. 2nd ed. Chichester, England: John Wiley, c2008. ISBN 9780470027844.

•BHUSHAN, Bharat. Principles and applications of tribology. Second edition. Hoboken: Wiley, John Wiley & Sons, 2013. ISBN 9781119944546.

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