Ungar Tamas
Ungar Tamas
Eötvös University Budapest, Hungary; The University of Manchester, UK
Verified email at ludens.elte.hu
TitleCited byYear
The effect of dislocation contrast on x‐ray line broadening: a new approach to line profile analysis
T Ungár, A Borbély
Applied Physics Letters 69 (21), 3173-3175, 1996
8181996
Crystallite size distribution and dislocation structure determined by diffraction profile analysis: principles and practical application to cubic and hexagonal crystals
T Ungár, J Gubicza, G Ribárik, A Borbély
Journal of applied crystallography 34 (3), 298-310, 2001
6632001
The contrast factors of dislocations in cubic crystals: the dislocation model of strain anisotropy in practice
T Ungár, I Dragomir, Á Révész, A Borbély
Journal of applied crystallography 32 (5), 992-1002, 1999
6611999
Microstructural parameters from X-ray diffraction peak broadening
T Ungár
Scripta Materialia 51 (8), 777-781, 2004
5082004
The effect of dislocation contrast on X‐ray line profiles in untextured polycrystals
T Ungár, G Tichy
Physica status solidi (a) 171 (2), 425-434, 1999
3701999
MWP-fit: a program for multiple whole-profile fitting of diffraction peak profiles by ab initio theoretical functions
G Ribárik, T Ungár, J Gubicza
Journal of Applied Crystallography 34 (5), 669-676, 2001
3522001
X-ray line-broadening study of the dislocation cell structure in deformed [001]-orientated copper single crystals
T Ungar, H Mughrabi, D Rönnpagel, M Wilkens
Acta Metallurgica 32 (3), 333-342, 1984
3131984
Dislocations, grain size and planar faults in nanostructured copper determined by high resolution X-ray diffraction and a new procedure of peak profile analysis
T Ungár, S Ott, PG Sanders, A Borbély, JR Weertman
Acta materialia 46 (10), 3693-3699, 1998
2991998
Correlation between strength and microstructure of ball-milled Al–Mg alloys determined by X-ray diffraction
G Ribárik, J Gubicza, T Ungár
Materials science and engineering: A 387, 343-347, 2004
2942004
Long-range internal stresses and asymmetric X-ray line-broadening in tensile-deformed [001]-orientated copper single crystals
H Mughrabi, T Ungar, W Kienle, M Wilkens
Philosophical magazine A 53 (6), 793-813, 1986
2711986
Nanostructures in Ti processed by severe plastic deformation
YT Zhu, JY Huang, J Gubicza, T Ungár, YM Wang, E Ma, RZ Valiev
Journal of Materials Research 18 (8), 1908-1917, 2003
2452003
An X-ray study of creep-deformation induced changes of the lattice mismatch in the γ′-hardened monocrystalline nickel-base superalloy SRR 99
HA Kuhn, H Biermann, T Ungar, H Mughrabi
Acta metallurgica et materialia 39 (11), 2783-2794, 1991
2291991
Stacking faults and twin boundaries in fcc crystals determined by x-ray diffraction profile analysis
L Balogh, G Ribárik, T Ungár
Journal of applied physics 100 (2), 023512, 2006
2052006
Influence of stacking-fault energy on microstructural characteristics of ultrafine-grain copper and copper–zinc alloys
L Balogh, T Ungár, Y Zhao, YT Zhu, Z Horita, C Xu, TG Langdon
Acta Materialia 56 (4), 809-820, 2008
2042008
Asymmetric X-ray line broadening of plastically deformed crystals. I. Theory
I Groma, T Ungár, M Wilkens
Journal of applied crystallography 21 (1), 47-54, 1988
2001988
Correlation between subgrains and coherently scattering domains
T Ungár, G Tichy, J Gubicza, RJ Hellmig
Powder Diffraction 20 (4), 366-375, 2005
1882005
The evolution of non-basal dislocations as a function of deformation temperature in pure magnesium determined by X-ray diffraction
K Máthis, K Nyilas, A Axt, I Dragomir-Cernatescu, T Ungár, P Lukáč
Acta Materialia 52 (10), 2889-2894, 2004
1872004
Dislocation densities, arrangements and character from X-ray diffraction experiments
T Ungár
Materials Science and Engineering: A 309, 14-22, 2001
1872001
Dislocations and grain size in ball-milled iron powder
A Revesz, T Ungar, A Borbely, J Lendvai
Nanostructured materials 7 (7), 779-788, 1996
1701996
Contrast factors of dislocations in the hexagonal crystal system
IC Dragomir, T Ungár
Journal of Applied Crystallography 35 (5), 556-564, 2002
1552002
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