Conference Proceedings
                    - METAL 2022
METAL - International Conference on Metallurgy and Materials

Conference Proceedings - METAL 2022

31st International Conference on Metallurgy and Materials
May 18 - 19, 2022 / Orea Congress Hotel Brno, Czech Republic, EU
ISSN: 2694-9296
ISBN: 978-80-88365-06-8
Proceedings of the conference have already been published in Scopus and we are waiting for evaluation and potential indexing in Web of Science.

The 31st International Conference on Metallurgy and Materials METAL 2022 took place in Brno on May 18 - 19, 2022. 200 participants from 20 countries listened to 77 lectures and viewed 83 posters. After a two-year break caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the conference could take place this year in the traditional format again.

The conference was opened by Professor Ping. Xiao, who holds the Rolls-Royce/Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair in Advanced Coating Technology. He dedicated his lecture to the topic of surface engineering and coatings for aero-engine applications. The second plenary lecture was given by Assoc. Prof. Mariola Saternus from the Silesian University of Technology in Kawovice. The lecture dealt with the synergistic effect of the optimal of AlNi addition to the zinc bath as an alternative to the baths containing Pb, Bi and Sn.

However, the thematic scope of the conference lectures was traditionally much broader. Researchers presented innovations not only in the fields of advanced iron, cast iron, steelmaking, non-ferrous metals and alloys, metal forming and surface engineering, but also in the economics and management of metallurgical production.

The program also included a commercial presentation by TestForce Ltd. which presented the steps to an optimized and automated lab.

The prize for the best poster has been awarded to Dušan Majtás from the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. In his work, he showed the corrosion of lead and copper coupons and comparison of ageing simulation and real exposure.

The next 32nd METAL conference will take place on May 16 - 19, 2023.

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HAGAUER Josef Hagauer & Matlschweiger OG, Landl, Austria, EU,
Co-authors: MATLSCHWEIGER Ulrich TIPPELREITHER Christian HRIBERNIG Thomas LUTZ Markus LACKNER Maximilian
Abstract: A novel technique was developed to fight magnesium fires of different sizes and vigour. In essence, cellulose flakes, as they are used as blow-in insulation material, are modified with inorganic salts. [..] Read more
MATKARIMOV Sokhibjon T. Tashkent State Technical University, Almazar District, Tashkent, Uzbekistan,
Co-authors: BERDIYAROV Bakhriddin T. MATKARIMOV Zaynobiddin T. RAKHMONKULOV Raimkul JUMAEVA Sevara D.
Abstract: The article deals with the thermodynamics of the process in the ore-thermal processing of copper smelting slag, the experimental study of ore-smelting processing of copper smelting slag, and the development of a mathematical model for obtaining iron-containing alloys from copper slag, development of a technological scheme for obtaining iron-containing alloys from copper slag-information on the application and approbation of the technology in the production of the results.The assessment of the possible direction of the carbothermic reactions that take place between the oxidised compounds in the slag and the carbon was carried out by changing the thermodynamic values ​​of the system. Thermodynamic analyses were performed, taking into account the temperature dependence of the isobaric-isothermal potentials (Gibbs free energy).. [..] Read more
HEYMANN Adrian Leibniz University Hannover,Institute of Forming Technology and Machines, Garbsen, Germany, EU;,,,
Co-authors: PEDDINGHAUS Julius BRUNOTTE Kai BEHRENS Bernd-Arno
Abstract: In the conventional powder metallurgy (PM) process route, finished components are produced from metallic powder materials by pressing at room temperature followed by pressureless sintering in a furnace. This simple method for fast and cost-effective processing is not suitable for γ-based titanium aluminides. [..] Read more
ŽIVOTSKÝ Ondřej VSB – Technical University of Ostrava, Department of Physics, Ostrava, Czech Republic, EU,
Abstract: The Mn2FeSi inverse-Heusler alloy was prepared by solid-state reactions using ball milling for 168 h in n-hexane. Two milling procedures varying in the ball-to-powder ratio, namely 4:1 and 10:1, were used to follow their influence on alloy formation and its physical properties. [..] Read more
VUKOTIĆ Mario University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Ljubljana, Slovenia, EU,
Co-authors: ALIĆ Alen RUPNIK Urban BURJA Jaka MILJAVEC Damijan
Abstract: With the electrification of the road vehicles in recent years, the development of electric motors strives towards smaller and more efficient designs. In order to push forward the current limits of the electric and magnetic properties, e.g. [..] Read more
VILIŠ Jindřich Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Military Technology, University of Defence in Brno, Czech Republic, EU,
Co-authors: POKORNÝ Zdeněk ZOUHAR Jan
Abstract: This article deals with the issue of the ballistic resistance of composite panels, which were made of para-aramid fiber. For the shooting tests was used Twaron CT 747 with epoxy matrix LG 700. [..] Read more
BANASIK Łukasz Luna Smelter Ltd. – Kigali, Rwanda,
Co-authors: MIŚKIEWICZ Radosław CHOLEWA-DOMANAGIĆ Aleksandra JANIK Katarzyna KOZŁOWSKI Sławomir
Abstract: This article presents the history of tin metallurgy in Rwanda, its current state, and future development prospects on the example of the Luna Smelter production plant, located in Kigali. The authors of the article pay special attention to the issues of successful restoration of production, which was stopped in 1994, shortly before the Tutsi Genocide, the impact on the labor market in Kigali, the creation of new commercial and economic ties, as well as the improvement of production lines and the optimization of technological parameters of smelting and refining.. [..] Read more
ADAM Ondřej Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno, Czech Republic, EU,
Co-authors: JAN Vít
Abstract: In the last years, immiscible alloys have gained significant attention, mainly due to the use of their immiscible nature for the preparation of new advanced multiphase alloys. Most of these alloys are based on the Cu-Fe system. [..] Read more
BAŃKOWSKI Damian Kielce University of Technology, Kielce, Poland, EU,
Co-authors: MŁYNARCZYK Piotr SPADŁO Sławomir SÓJKA Radosław KLAMCZYŃSKI Kamil
Abstract: We follow an alnico alloy sample to non destructive testing using X-ray radiography. X-ray Computed Tomography (CT), also widely known as MicroCT, is a proven method for not only checking the structural integrity of casting parts - for example for porosity - but also for checking a dimensional accuracy. [..] Read more
BRESCHER Roman Institute of Materials Science, Faculty of Chemistry BUT, Brno, Czech Republic, EU,
Co-authors: Hasoňová Michaela Březina Matěj Fintová Stanislava Doležal Pavel Wasserbauer Jaromír
Abstract: Compacting pressure applied during the SPS method varies in the literature. This study evaluates the influence of the applied compacting pressure on the microstructure and porosity of sintered materials. [..] Read more
RIGOULET Hana VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava, Czech Republic, EU,
Abstract: The aim of this work is a proposal of innovative technology of metal waste processing - sludge and filtration cakes from galvanizing plants. The paper deals with possibilities of zinc obtaining from waste of galvanic sludge, which arises during galvanic plating. [..] Read more
ABOUHILOU Fadi USTHB, Faculty of Physics, Department of Materials Physics, Materials Physics Laboratory, El alia, BP 32 Bab-Ezzouar, Algeria,,
Co-authors: ABBANE Lynda ATMA Mohammed
Abstract: The main objective is to model the plastic behavior of the three aluminum alloys 1050, 2024 and 7075.In the first part, using the experimental results of uniaxial tensile tests for each alloy and in the three main directions, and using a strategy of identifying the parameters of each work hardening model studied, Hollomon, Swift and Voce, we have created an empirical database of 1050, 2024 and 7075 aluminum series alloys.In the second part, one established the curves of uniaxial tensile curve by using the work hardening laws and the experimental parameters obtained in the first part. The comparison with the experimental data shows that the plastic behavior model can successfully describe with the use of appropriate workhardening law for each alloy.. [..] Read more
FORNALCZYK Agnieszka Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland, EU,
Co-authors: WILLNER Joanna JABLONSKA-CZAPLA Magdalena GRYGOYC Katarzyna RACHWAL Marzena
Abstract: The article analyzes the presence of selected metals, classified as Technology Critical Elements (TCE), in electrical and electronic devices. Metals belonging to the group of critical metals (Germanium), strategic metals (Tellurium), and very toxic elements (Thallium) were analyzed. [..] Read more
GRYC Karel Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice, České Budějovice, Czech Republic, EU
Co-authors: SOCHA Ladislav KUBEŠ Roman SOCHACKÝ Václav KOZA Kamil TROBL Jaromír PINTA Martin
Abstract: The technology of high-pressure die casting thin-walled castings requires increased demands on the stability of technological processes and pressure casting parameters. The wall thickness of the studied zinc alloy castings (ZP0410) ranges from 0.4 to 1.2 mm. [..] Read more
JUDAS Jakub Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno, Czech Republic, EU,
Co-authors: ZAPLETAL Josef JAN Vít
Abstract: It has been found in recent years that the conventional Manson-Coffin law tends to overestimate the fatigue life at high levels of plastic loading. Such reduction in fatigue life is associated with a fundamental change in the mechanism of damage accumulation. [..] Read more
KONIECZNY Marek Kielce University of Technology, Faculty of Mechatronics and Mechanical Engineering, Department of Metal Science and Materials Technologies, Kielce, Poland, EU,
Abstract: Magnesium-intermetallics laminated composites have been fabricated through reactive bonding at 490 °C in vacuum using magnesium sheets and copper foils. Investigations were concerned with the structural transformations of a Mg-Cu couple boundary. [..] Read more
KOPELENT Michal VSB - Technical University of Ostrava, Faculty of Materials Science and Technology Ostrava, Czech Republic, EU,
Co-authors: LOSERTOVÁ Monika HAVLAS Vojtěch KONEČNÁ Kateřina LICHÝ Petr GREGER Miroslav JABLONSKÁ Eva ĎURÍKOVÁ Alžběta
Abstract: Nowadays, implants are predominantly made of metallic materials that have two main problems. The first resides in the modulus of elasticity being higher than the one of the human bone (10-20 GPa), resulting in stress shielding and subsequent implant failure. [..] Read more
LACOVÁ Anna Brno University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno, Czech Republic, EU,,,
Co-authors: ADAM Ondřej JAN Vít
Abstract: The immiscible Cu-Fe system is often used as a base for advanced heterogeneous alloys. With a suitable selection of alloying elements, it is possible to alloy individual phases and therefore tailor microstructure and final properties of a material as needed. [..] Read more
DIACONU Dumitrela Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, Faculty of Chemistry, Iasi, Romania, EU,
Abstract: Quinoline sulfonamide complexes with different metals represent a new class of materials of great interest especially for their fotoluminiscent and biological activity (mostly antibacterial and antifungal activity). The emphasis of this work was to synthesize, characterize through X-ray and determine the antibacterial and antifungal proprieties of newly materials for medicinal chemistry applications based on Quinoline Sulfonamide Complexes Metals (QSCM). [..] Read more
MIGAS Damian Silesian University of Technology, Gliwice, Poland, EU,
Co-authors: MOSKAL Grzegorz CHMIELA Bartosz MYALSKA-GŁOWACKA Hanna
Abstract: Cobalt superalloys based on the Co-Al-W system are a new group of heat-resistant materials, which have attracted attracted the interest of researchers in 21th century. The advantage of the new materials over conventional cobalt alloys is the strengthening mechanism based on a microstructure of the γ-γ′ type. [..] Read more
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