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Theory of Technological Processes

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Course Unit Code345-0501/07
Number of ECTS Credits Allocated6 ECTS credits
Type of Course Unit *Choice-compulsory
Level of Course Unit *Second Cycle
Year of Study *
Semester when the Course Unit is deliveredWinter Semester
Mode of DeliveryFace-to-face
Language of InstructionCzech, English
Prerequisites and Co-Requisites Course succeeds to compulsory courses of previous semester
Name of Lecturer(s)Personal IDName
MOH37doc. Ing. Petr Mohyla, Ph.D.
Summary
Influence of inside structure of material and of material properties on course
technological process. Influence of technological process on change of material
structure and material properties. Thermal treatment of the material.
Influence of technology on damage of material. Elastic and plastic behaviour
of material. Fatigue and fracture of material. Corrosion of materials. Diffusion
in material. Influence technology of cutting, of forming, of welding, of heat
processing, of surface treatment and corrosive environment.
Learning Outcomes of the Course Unit
Obtaining of knowledges about influence of inside structure and quality materials
on course technological process and knowledges of influence technological
process - cutting, forming, welding, heat treatment, surface treatment - on
changes of inside structure and quality materials.
Course Contents
Lectures:
1. Internal structure of metals and its influence on technological processes
2. Crystallographic lattice defects and their influence on technological processes
3. Plastic deformation of metals and alloys
4. Recrystallization processes of metals and alloys
5. Diffusion in metals and alloys
6. Effect and utilization of diffusion in technological processes
7. Phase transformations in metals and alloys, equilibrium diagrams
8. Behavior of materials at elevated temperatures, creep, relaxation
9. Fractures of engineering materials
10. Fracture mechanics, linear-elastic fracture mechanics
11. Corrosion, impact of environment on material properties changes
12. Theory of heat treatment of metals
13. Theory of Welding Technology
14. Theory brazing technology

Exercises:
1. Preliminary exercises
2. Equilibrium diagrams
3. System iron - carbon
4. Production of iron and steel
5. Designation of steels
6. Heat treatment of steel
7. Structural changes before and after heat treatment
8. Non-destructive testing of steel
9. Mechanical testing of steel
10. Metallography and other quality testing of steel
11. Cast irons
12. Brittle fracture properties
13. Final test and evaluation exercises
14. Credit
Recommended or Required Reading
Required Reading:
KELLY, A., GROVES, G. W., KIDD, P. Crystallography and Crystal Defects. Wiley, John and Sons, Incorporated, 2000, 486pp.
BEKE, D. L., SZABO, I. A. Diffusion and Stresses. Scient. Publications,
Limited, 1996, 356pp.
FUENTES, M., SEVILLANO, J. G. Recrystallization. Trans Tech Publications,
Limited, 1992, 752pp.
HERTZBERG, R. W. Deformation and Fracture Mechanics of Engineering Materials.
Wiley, John and Sons, Incorporated, 1995, 786pp.
MATTSSON, E. Basic Corrosion Technology for Scientists and Engineers, 2nd Ed. IOM/Maney Publishing, 1999, 224pp.

MOHYLA, M.: Teorie technologických procesů. Učební texty. VŠB - TUO,
Ostrava, 1994


Recommended Reading:
NALWA, H. S.: Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology. Academic Press, 2002
SEDLÁČEK, V. a kol.: Zotavení a rekrystalizace. Academia Praha, 1985
ČÍHAL, V.: Mezikrystalová koroze ocelí a slitin. SNTL, Praha, 1984
KRATOCHVÍL, P.; LUKÁČ, P.; SPRUŠIL, B.: Úvod do fyziky kovů I. SNTL/ALFA,
Praha, 1984
Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Lectures, Tutorials, Experimental work in labs
Assesment methods and criteria
Tasks are not Defined