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The history of the search and use of heat resistant Pyroferal© alloys based on FeAl
Abstract The properties and the use of the alloy Pyroferal © , which is based on iron aluminide Fe–Al and which was developed in Czechoslovakia in the 1950s of the last century to replace cast ironExpand
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The structure and low temperature strength of the age hardened Cu-Ni-Sn alloys
Abstract Age hardening in Cu-9Ni-2Sn and Cu-9Ni-5Sn alloys at 573 and 673 K is studied. After an incubation period (~ 15s) strengthening appears which is due to precipitates in the Cu-9Ni-2Sn alloys.Expand
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The effect of Zr addition on the structure and high temperature strength of Fe-30 at.% Al type alloys
Abstract The structure of four Fe–30Al alloys with different contents of Zr has been studied. Light optical microscopy (LOM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) with EDX module, measurement ofExpand
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Hot rolling of iron aluminide Fe28.4Al4.1Cr0.02Ce (at
Conditions for optimization of the hot rolling process of the iron aluminide Fe28.4Al4.1Cr0.02Ce (at%) were investigated. Parameters that must be controlled for rolling are temperature, strain andExpand
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EU and Russian discourse on energy relations
The paper explores the dominant interpretations of the EU–Russian energy relations by identifying three dominant concepts around which these interpretations revolve: (1) integration, (2)Expand
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Forming of cast Fe – 45 at.% Al alloy with high content of carbon
Abstract The iron aluminide containing 45 at.% Al, 4 at.% C and 1 at.% Si (Pyroferal) was considered as a structural material without any possibility of forming. The brittle character of the materialExpand
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The EU as a Framing Actor: Reflections on Media Debates About EU Foreign Policy
This article explores the EU's ability to frame the public debates about its external policies. The article begins by broadening the current discussions about the three aspects of actornessExpand
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Foreign policy, rhetorical action and the idea of otherness: The Czech Republic and Russia
Abstract This article employs the concept of rhetorical action in an analysis of the recent developments in Czech-Russian political relations. Through the discourse analysis of key Russian politicalExpand
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“Nothing Is Imposed in This Policy!”
The article argues that postcolonial, postdevelopment, Balkanist and East–West slope theories, which reflect the asymmetric relations between “Europe” and its former colonies or other regions on theExpand
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