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Bulk Nanomotarials Processes

Course aims

Development and apply technology to the production of UFG and nanomaterials. Inform students about the latest findings from the development of methods for the production UFG materials. Introduce students with technology using severe plastic deformation process. Experimentally verify and evaluate results on the obtain grain refinement of selected materials by ECAP and DRECE methods.


VALIEV, R. Z.: Bulk Nanostructured Materials from Severe Plastic Deformation.
Progres in materials Science. Vol. 45. p. 103-189, 2000
GUTKIN, M. Yu. et al.: Theoretical Models of Plastic Deformation Processes in
Nanocrystalline materials. Rev. Adv. Mater Sci. 2, p. 80-100, 2001
BARÓ, M. D. et al.: Diffusion and related Phenonema in Bulk Nanostructured
Materials. Rev. Adv. Mater Sci. 2, p. 1-43, 2001
GUTKIN, M. Yu., OVID´KO, I. A.. Disclinations and Rotational Deformation in
Nanocrystalline Materials. Rev. Adv. Mater Sci. 4, p. 79-113, 2003
KOCH, C. C.: Nanostrutured Materials – Processing, Propetries and Potential
Applications. ISBN 0-8155-1451-4 
ZHU, Y. T. et al.: A New Route To Bulk Nanostructured Metals. Metallurgy and
Materials Tran. A. vol. 32A, p. 1559-1561, June 2001.

Advised literature

Palmer, R., E. Nanostructured Materials, Elsevier, 2009, Great Britain, ISBN 978-0-08-044965-4
Martin, J., W. Materials Processing, Elsevier, 2009, United Kingdom, ISBN 978-0-08-096492-8
Backman, B., F. Composite Structures, Safety Management, Elsevier, India, ISBN 978-0-08-054809-8

Language of instruction
Code 345-0533
Abbreviation TPON
Course title Bulk Nanomotarials Processes
Coordinating department Department of Mechanical Technology
Course coordinator prof. Ing. Stanislav Rusz, CSc.