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Technology of Surface Engineering

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Course Unit Code345-0508/07
Number of ECTS Credits Allocated5 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.
KOZ323Ing. Jindřich Kozák, Ph.D.
Summary
Characteristic of surface of mechanical materials, physic of phase boundaries,
treatment of surface before application of protective coatings, application
coatings in vacuum, thermal spray application, ionic nitration, organic
coatings, vitreous enamel coats, biomaterials, nanostructured materials
in surface finishies, inspection of surface finish and treatment systems
ISO 12 944.
Learning Outcomes of the Course Unit
Otaining of the knowledges about surface properties of material and his treatment
for use in consumer goods production, engineering industry, design, corrosive
environment and next production.
Course Contents
Lectures:
1. Characteristics of surface of engineering materials. Impact of the manufacturing process and corrosion on the structure and surface structure.
2. Surface structure, oxidic surface layer, classification of corrosive aggressiveness of the environment, degradation of the surface.
3. Thermodynamics and kinetics of surface processes.
4. Surface reactions. Optical surface properties.
5. Mechanical surface treatment.
6. Chemical surface pretreatment.
7. Influence of water and detection liquids on coating properties. Features of thin films.
8. Electroplating. Conversion adjustments.
9. Electrolytic excretion of metals.
10. Physical and chemical methods of applying coatings in vacuum.
11. Ionization of the ion.
12. Thermal sprays, organic coatings and their creation.
13. Inorganic non-metallic coatings.
14. Material and coating system quality control.
Recommended or Required Reading
Required Reading:
KOLASINSKI, K. W.: Surface Science. Queen Mary, University of London, UK,
JOHN WILEY and SONS, LTD, 2001, 300 s. ISBN 0-471-49245-0
BROCK, T.; Groteklaes, M.; Mische, P.: Europan Coatings Handbook. Hannover,
2000
OHRING, M.: Materials Science of Thin Films. USA, Academic Press 2002
BEDEAUX, D.; Vlieger, J.: Optical Properties of Surfaces. University of
Leiden, The Netherlands, ICP 2002
BHAT, S. J.: Biomaterials. Narosa 2002
NALWA, H. S.: Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology. Academic Press
2002
PODJUKLOVÁ, J.: Speciální technologie povrchových úprav I. Učební texty.
VŠB - TUO, Ostrava, 1997, 71 s. ISBN 80-8778-235-8
KOLASINSKI, K. W.: Surface Science. Queen Mary, University of London, UK,
JOHN WILEY and SONS, LTD, 2001, 300 s. ISBN 0-471-49245-0
BROCK, T.; Groteklaes, M.; Mische, P.: Europan Coatings Handbook. Hannover,
2000
MOHYLA, M.: Technologie povrchových úprav kovů. VŠB -TU Ostrava, 2000, 156 s., ISBN 80-7078-953-0
Recommended Reading:
OHRING, M.: Materials Science of Thin Films. USA, Academic Press 2002
BEDEAUX, D.; Vlieger, J.: Optical Properties of Surfaces. University of
Leiden, The Netherlands, ICP 2002
BHAT, S. J.: Biomaterials. Narosa 2002
NALWA, H. S.: Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology. Academic Press
2002
OHRING, M.: Materials Science of Thin Films. USA, Academic Press 2002
BEDEAUX, D.; Vlieger, J.: Optical Properties of Surfaces. University of
Leiden, The Netherlands, ICP 2002
BHAT, S. J.: Biomaterials. Narosa 2002
NALWA, H. S.: Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology. Academic Press
2002

Planned learning activities and teaching methods
Lectures, Tutorials, Experimental work in labs
Assesment methods and criteria
Tasks are not Defined