Jozef Keckes mostly deals with Composite material, Ultimate tensile strength, Cellulose, Thin film and Residual stress. Composite material and Crystallite are commonly linked in his work. His Ultimate tensile strength research incorporates elements of Composite number, Botany, Stiffness and Microfibril.
His Cellulose research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Young's modulus, Pulp and Nanocomposite. His Residual stress study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Annealing and Sputtering, Cavity magnetron. Within one scientific family, Jozef Keckes focuses on topics pertaining to Adhesive under Bacterial cellulose, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Nanocellulose and Nanofiber.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Residual stress, Thin film, Microstructure and Diffraction. His Composite material study combines topics in areas such as Crystallography and Nanocrystalline material. The concepts of his Residual stress study are interwoven with issues in Compressive strength, Stress relaxation, Tin and Substrate.
His study looks at the relationship between Thin film and topics such as Crystallite, which overlap with Condensed matter physics. His work deals with themes such as Nanoindentation, Transmission electron microscopy, Chemical vapor deposition and Texture, which intersect with Microstructure. X-ray is closely connected to Synchrotron in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Diffraction.
Jozef Keckes mainly focuses on Composite material, Microstructure, Residual stress, Nanocrystalline material and Stress. His Composite material study frequently links to other fields, such as Transmission electron microscopy. The various areas that Jozef Keckes examines in his Microstructure study include Nucleation, Tin, Ceramic and Crystallite.
Jozef Keckes focuses mostly in the field of Residual stress, narrowing it down to topics relating to Nitriding and, in certain cases, Synchrotron X-Ray Diffraction, Peening, Martensite and Hardening. His Stress research incorporates elements of Copper and Deformation. His work carried out in the field of Ultimate tensile strength brings together such families of science as Stress relaxation, Superlattice and Thin film.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Composite material, Residual stress, Coating, Anisotropy and Microstructure. Jozef Keckes has researched Composite material in several fields, including Lignin and Metallic impurities. His research integrates issues of Adhesion, Cell adhesion, Surface modification and Profilometer, Surface roughness in his study of Residual stress.
His research investigates the link between Coating and topics such as Stress that cross with problems in Indentation, Fracture and Deformation. His studies deal with areas such as Calorimetry, Creep, Thermodynamics and Amorphous metal as well as Anisotropy. His Microstructure research incorporates themes from Nanoscopic scale, Tin, Edge and Nucleation.
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Review: current international research into cellulose nanofibres and nanocomposites
S. J. Eichhorn;A. Dufresne;M. Aranguren;N. E. Marcovich.
Journal of Materials Science (2010)
Cell-wall recovery after irreversible deformation of wood
Jozef Keckes;Ingo Burgert;Klaus Frühmann;Martin Müller.
Nature Materials (2003)
Viscoelastic properties of collagen: synchrotron radiation investigations and structural model
R. Puxkandl;I. Zizak;O. Paris;J. Keckes.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B (2002)
Review Article: Stress in thin films and coatings: Current status, challenges, and prospects
Grégory Abadias;Eric Chason;Jozef Keckes;Marco Sebastiani.
Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology (2018)
W. Gindl;J. Keckes.
Sugar beet cellulose nanofibril-reinforced composites
Johannes Leitner;Barbara Hinterstoisser;Marnik Wastyn;Jozef Keckes.
Tensile properties of cellulose acetate butyrate composites reinforced with bacterial cellulose
Wolfgang Gindl;Jozef Keckes.
Composites Science and Technology (2004)
Decomposition pathways in age hardening of Ti-Al-N films
R. Rachbauer;S. Massl;E. Stergar;D. Holec.
Journal of Applied Physics (2011)
The origin of stresses in magnetron-sputtered thin films with zone T structures
R. Daniel;K.J. Martinschitz;J. Keckes;C. Mitterer.
Acta Materialia (2010)
Microtensile testing of wood fibers combined with video extensometry for efficient strain detection
Ingo Burgert;Klaus FRüHMANN;Jozef Keckes;Peter Fratzl.
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