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Materials Physics

Microstructure characterization by X-ray line profile analysis.  The dislocation density, Burgers vector population and grain size distribution  is determined in crystalline materials deformed under different conditions.

website: http://metal.elte.hu/

 

Members:

 

  • Groma, István (prof., DSc)
  • Gubicza, Jenő(associate prof., DsC)
  • Tichy, Géza (prof., Dsc.)
  • Ungár, Tamás (prof., DSc.)

Statistical properties of dislocations. By analytical calculation and large scale computer simulation  the collective properties of dislocations (pattern formation, fine size effect, avalanche statistic, plastic instabilities) are studied.

website: http://metal.elte.hu/

 

Members:

 

  • Groma, István (prof., DSc)
  • Györgyi, Géza (associate prof., PhD)
  • Székely, Ferenc (assistant prof., PhD)

Deformation properties of alloys and amorphous materials. The mechanical and thermal properties of alloys subject to large deformation (ECAP, HPT), nanocrystalline and amorphous materials are studied by DSC, mechanical  testing, nanoindentation, AFM,  TEM, SEM and  X-ray line profile analysis.

website: http://metal.elte.hu/

 

Members:

 

  • Lendvai, János (prof., Dsc.)
  • Chinh, Nguyen Quang  (associate prof., PhD)
  • Révész, Ádám (assistant prof., PhD)
  • Kovács, Zsolt (assistant prof., PhD)

 

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