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Challenges in joining of titanium alloys

Supervisor: doc. Ing. Erika Hodúlová, PhD.

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Project description:Joing is literally where all parts of the manufacturing process come together, and thus joing processes are essential to virtually any manufactured product. In particular, joing of titanium alloys is of paramount importance for the aeronautic, aerospace, automobile and biomedical industries. Accordingly, the main objective of the project under proposal is to develop new strategies to join Ti alloys to themselves and to other alloys. Similar and dissimilar joints will be processed by fluxless soldering using beam technologies and power ultrasound. Reactive multilayers will be used to enhance the joining process. These multilayers will act as highly localizated heat sources. The advantage of using reactive multilayers as filler material will be evaluated. The joints processed will be (micro)structurally and mechanically characterized in order to identify for each case the most adequate joining process and the most promising filler materials.
Kind of project:APVV - Bilaterálna spolupráca ()
Department:Institute of Production Technologies (MTF)
Project identification:SK-PT-2015-0017
Project status:Successfully completed
Project start date :01. 01. 2016
Project close date:31. 12. 2017
Number of workers in the project:7
Number of official workers in the project:7

Official project workers

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OfficerOfficial roles
Mária Rešetková, MBAadministratíva
Ing. Ingrid Kovaříková, PhD.spoluriešiteľ
doc. Ing. Erika Hodúlová, PhD.zodpovedný riešiteľ
prof. Ing. Roman Koleňák, PhD.spoluriešiteľ
Ing. Igor Kostolný, PhD.spoluriešiteľ
Ing. Beáta Šimeková, PhD.spoluriešiteľ
prof. Ing. Peter Šugár, CSc.spoluriešiteľ