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Title / Author(s) / Keywords PublicationDate
2017-10 Journal-AE, Volume 34, 2016
Influence of pre-compression on tensile behavior in wrought AZ31 studied by the acoustic emission technique
D. Drozdenko1, P. Dobron1, J. Bohlen2, S. Yi2, F. Chmelík12
1Department of Metal Physics; Charles University8, Prague [Czech Republic]
2Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht6, Geesthacht [Germany]

 
Journal-AE
Session: Volume 34, 2016
2017-10
2017-10 Journal-AE, Volume 34, 2016
In-situ investigation of deformation mechanisms in various magnesium alloys by X-ray diffraction and acoustic emission
K. Mathis12, G. Garces23, J. Čapek12, A. Vinogradov313
1Department of Physics of Materials; Charles University8, Prague [Czech Republic]
2Department of Physical Metallurgy; National Center for Metallurgical Research (CENIM-CSIC)3, Madrid [Spain]
3Department of Engineering Designs and materials; Norwegian University of Science and Technology ( NTNU)4, Trondheim [Norway]

 
Journal-AE
Session: Volume 34, 2016
2017-10
2016-11 EWGAE 2016, Geological Applications and Rocks
Alkali Silica Reactivity Study of Accelerated Mortar Bar by Means of Acoustic Emission And Ultrasonic Sounding
T. Lokajicek112, R. Přikryl2, Š. šachlová2, A. Kuchařová2
1Institute of Geology; Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (ASCR/CAS)108, Prague [Czech Republic]
2Institute of Geochemistry, Mineralogy and Mineral Resource; Charles University8, Prague [Czech Republic]
Alkali silica reactivity, experimental mortar bars, ultrasonic sounding, acoustic emission, swelling reactions

 
EWGAE 2016
Session: Geological Applications and Rocks
2016-11
2014-12 ECNDT 2014, Materials Characterization - Metals
Exploring deformation mechanisms in magnesium alloys using in-situ neutron diffraction and acoustic emission techniques
K. Máthi, J. Čapek2
Department of Physics of Materials; Charles University8, Prague [Czech Republic]
Acoustic Emission (AE), neutron diffraction, materials characterization, Acoustic emission, Magnesium alloys

 
ECNDT 2014
Session: Materials Characterization - Metals
2014-12
2013-07 EWGAE 2008, Materials Characterization - Metals
Changes of anisotropy of p-wave velocity propagation during deformation process of rock samples
M. Petružálek1,24, J. Vilhelm1,23, T. Lokajicek212, V. Rudajev23
1Faculty of Science; Charles University8, Prague [Czech Republic]
2Institute of Geology; Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (ASCR/CAS)108, Prague [Czech Republic]
foliation, loading, ultrasound transmission, elastic wave velocity, anisotropy

 
EWGAE 2008
2013-07
2012-11 Journal-AE, Volume 20, 2003
Acoustic Emission from Magnesium-Based Alloys and Metal Matrix Composites
F. Chmelík12, F. Moll2, J. Kiehn2, K. Mathis32, P. Lukác1, K. Kainer4, T. Langdon5
1Department of Metal Physics; Charles University8, Prague [Czech Republic]
2Clausthal University of Technology 5, Clausthal-Zellerfeld [Germany]
3Department of General Physics; Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest [Hungary]
4Institute for Materials Research; GKSS-Forschungszentrum Geesthacht GmbH2, Geesthacht [Germany]
5University of Southern California4, Los Angeles, CA [USA]
Acoustic Emission (AE)
 
Journal-AE
Session: Volume 20, 2003
2012-11
2011-04 Defektoskopie 2010, Volume 20, 2003
DETEKCE POŠKOZENÍ MG SLITIN NELINEARNÍ ULTRAZVUKOVOU SPEKTROSKOPIÍ
Damage Detection in Mg-Alloys by Nonlinear Ultrasonic Spectroscopy

J. Kober112, Z. Převorovský263, Z. Trojanová3
1Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering; Czech Technical University (CVUT)70, Prague [Czech Republic]
2Institute of Thermomechanics, NDT department; Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (ASCR/CAS)108, Prague [Czech Republic]
3Faculty of Mathematics and Physics; Charles University8, Prague [Czech Republic]
nonlinear wave modulation spectroscopy, Mg alloys, Nondestructive Evaluation of Materials (NDE)
 CS  
Defektoskopie 2010
2011-04
2005-02 EWGAE 2004, Pressure Equipment / Medical and Biological Applications
Possibilities of forecasting of rock sample total fracture by application of correlation analysis of acoustic emission events series
T. Lokajicek112, V. Rudajev13, J. Vilhelm23
1Institute of Rock Structure and Mechanics; Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (ASCR/CAS)108, Prague [Czech Republic]
2Charles University8, Prague [Czech Republic]
Acoutic Emission (AE)

 
EWGAE 2004
Session: Pressure Equipment / Medical and Biological Applications
2005-02
   
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