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Stich, Theresia , Alagboso, Francisca , Křenek, Tomáš , Kovářík, Tomáš , Alt, Volker , Docheva, Denitsa
Implant-bone-interface: Reviewing the impact of titanium surface modifications on osteogenic processes in vitro and in vivo

Titanium is commonly and successfully used in dental and orthopedic implants. However, patients still have to face the risk of implant failure due to various reasons, such as implant loosening or infection. The risk of implant loosening can be countered by optimizing the osteointeg...

Kar, Tathagata , Godavarthi, Srinivas , Pasha, Shaik Khadheer , Deshmukh, Kalim Abdul Rashid , Martínez-Gómez, Lorenzo , Kesarla, Mohan Kumar
Layered materials and their heterojunctions for supercapacitor applications: a review

Supercapacitors have recently emerged as a potential technology with superior charge storage capacity and power density. Layered materials, by the virtue of their morphology and high surface area, are deemed to be potential candidates for storing charge or energy. In this review, the&#x...

Křenek, Tomáš , Kovářík, Tomáš , Pola, Josef , Stich, T. , Docheva, D.
Nano and micro-forms of calcium titanate: Synthesis, properties and application

This article reviews synthetic approaches, properties and potential use of nano and micron sized forms of particles and coats of calcium titanate CaTiO3 and its composites. Our aim is to classify these forms according to the way of their fabrication and provide a brief outline...

Gholami, Zahra , Gholami, Fatemeh , Tišler, Zdeněk , Vakili, Mohammadtaghi
A Review on the Production of Light Olefins Using Steam Cracking of Hydrocarbons

Light olefins are the main building blocks used in the petrochemical and chemical industries for the production of different components such as polymers, synthetic fibers, rubbers, and plastic materials. Currently, steam cracking of hydrocarbons is the main technology for the production of&#...

Kazda, Jakub , Matas, Richard , Sedláček, Jan
Modelling fluid flow and heat transfer tasks for testing PIR motion sensor

The aim of this paper is to describe the methodology of modelling fluid flow and heat transfer tasks for testing electronic motion sensors, especially PIR (passive infra-red) motion sensors. The motion sensor measures changes in electromagnetic radiation in the infrared range caused by&...