Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

Krzysztof Muszka, dr hab. inż., prof. AGH

profesor nadzwyczajny

Wydział Inżynierii Metali i Informatyki Przemysłowej
WIMiIP-kpp, Katedra Plastycznej Przeróbki Metali

[dyscyplina wiodąca] dziedzina nauk inżynieryjno-technicznych / inżynieria materiałowa


[poprzednia klasyfikacja] obszar nauk technicznych / dziedzina nauk technicznych / metalurgia


Identyfikatory Autora Informacje o Autorze w systemach zewnętrznych

ORCID: 0000-0001-8449-7795

ResearcherID: F-6272-2012

Scopus: 14039344000

PBN: 901358

OPI Nauka Polska

System Informacyjny AGH (SkOs)





Liczba pozycji spełniających powyższe kryteria selekcji: 156, z ogólnej liczby 161 publikacji Autora


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  • A physical based modeling approach for the dynamic behavior of ultrafine grained structures
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  • Analysis of deformation inhomogeneity in the angular accumulative drawing
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  • Application of the cyclic plasticity hardening law to metal forming
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  • Application of the digital material representation to strain localization prediction in the two phase titanium alloys for aerospace applications
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  • Application of the multiscale microstructure-based modelling techniques for the prediction of strain inhomogeneity in the non-linear deformation processes
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  • Application of the three dimensional digital material representation approach to model microstructure inhomogeneity during processes involving strain path changes
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  • Assessment of the strengthening mechanisms operating in microalloyed steels during cyclic deformation using high-resolution electron backscatter diffraction
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  • Characterization of UFG microalloyed steel produced by combined SPD treatment
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  • Cold deformation behaviour of ultrafine-grained dual phase steel manufactured with use of a dynamic austenite-ferrite transformation
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  • Comparative analysis of precipitation effects in microalloyed austenite ferrite under hot and cold forming conditions
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  • Comparison of the mechanical response of HSLA steel deformed under static and dynamic loading conditions
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  • Concurrent CAFE model of static recrystallization during multi-pass hot rolling
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  • Controlled inhomogeneity of deformation as a tool to produce advanced structural materials
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  • Controlling deformation inhomogeneity in the Accumulative Angular Drawing Process assisted by constitutive and multiscale numerical modelling
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  • Development of digital material representation model of dual phase titanium alloy with lamellar/globular morphology of alpha phase
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  • Development of digital material representation model of dual phase titanium alloy with lamellarmorphology of alfa phase
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  • Development of fine-grained microstructure in microalloyed steels by severe plastic deformation
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  • Digital Image Correlation (DIC) system as a verification tool for constitutive models of deformation with complex strain path changes
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  • EBSD analysis of friction stir welded 7136-T76 aluminum alloy
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  • Effect of austenite morphology on ferrite refinement in microalloyed steel
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  • Effect of deformation history on dynamic response of austenite – experimental and modeling possibilities
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  • Effect of forging sequence on evolution of parameters controlling microstructure in multistage drop forging process
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  • Effect of grain refinement on mechanical properties of microalloyed steels