Dr. habil. Orbulov Imre Norbert

Status: associate professor, vice head of the department
Building, room: fsz. 062/a
Phone: 463-2386
Fax: 463-1366
E-mail: orbulov [at] eik.bme.hu (orbulov@eik.bme.hu)
Speciality: Metallic foams, mechanical testing, composites, porous structural materials, metal foams
Teached subject:

Casting, powder metallurgy
Ceramics and Metal Matrix Composites
Ceramics and composites
Energetic Materials Engineering
Fatique and Fracture
Fatique and Fracture
Materials Engineering
Materials Engineering
 

Consulting hours: Monday 8-10, after prior check-in

 

Speciality

Investigation of mechanical and microstructural properties of metal matrix composites and metallic foams. Especial interest on the compressive properties and the characteristics of the interface layer between the matrix and the reinforcement.

CV

-        Educational background

2001-2006:   MSc in Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

-        Work

2010-:            Assistant Professor, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

2009-2010:   Assistant Lecturer, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics

-        Academic degrees

2015      Dr. -habil

2009   PhD, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Géza Pattantyús-Ábrahám Doctoral School of Mechanical Engineering, title: Metal Matrix Syntactic Foams, supervisors: János Dobránszky, PhD  and Árpád Németh, dr. univ.

-        Language skills

2008   German, Basic level

2002   English, Intermediate level

Scientific or public activities, memberships

-        2012-             Hungarian Academy of Engineering, member

-        2012-             Hungarian Association for Material Testing, member

-        2010-             Public Body of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, member

-        2010-2012    European Society for Composite Materials (ESMC), member

-        2008-             Hungarian Society of Materials Science, member

-        2008-2010    European Society for Composite Materials (ESMC), member

Research projects

-        Science Conference of Students

(1) Modelling of Metal Matrix Syntactic Foams; (2) Microstructural Investigation of Metal Matrix Syntactic Foams with Heat-treatable Al Alloy Matrix; (3) Investigation of the Infiltration of Hollow Microspheres; (4) Production and Investigation of Double Composites

-        BSc and MSc thesis works

(1) Production and Investigation of Bimodal Metal Matrix Syntactic Foams; (2) Investigation of Infiltration between Ceramic and Metallic hollow spheres

-        PhD

Production, Optimisation, Investigation and Modelling of Hollow Sphere Reinforced Metal Matrix Composite Systems

PhD students

Katona Bálint

Free application.

 

 

Publications

 

Selected Publications:

 

Orbulov IN, Májlinger K: Characteristic compressive properties of hybrid metal matrix syntactic foams, Materials Science and Engineering A (IF=2.108), 606 (2014) 248-256.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921509314003918

Orbulov IN: Metal matrix syntactic foams produced by pressure infiltration—The effect of infiltration parameters, Materials Science and Engineering A (IF=2.108), 583 (2013) 11-19.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0921509313007260

Orbulov IN, Májlinger K: Description of the compressive response of metal matrix syntactic foams, Materials & Design (IF=2,913), 49 (2013) 1-9.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0261306913001039

Orbulov IN: Compressive properties of aluminium matrix syntactic foams, Materials Science and Engineering A (IF=2.108), 555 (2012) 52-56.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S092150931200857X

Orbulov IN, Ginsztler J: Compressive characteristics of metal matrix syntactic foams, Composites Part A (IF=2,744), 43 (2012) 553-561.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1359835X12000164