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Archives of Metallurgy and Materials | 2018 | vol. 63 | No 2 |

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The article presents the results of studies on the rate of zinc evaporation in the atmosphere of helium and carbon monoxide (II)
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Jerzy Łabaj
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This study offers a new method to synthesize facilely willemite (Zn2SiO4) based phosphor at the temperature of 800 °C. The
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Ibrahim Mustapha Alibe
Khamirul Amin Matori
Haj Abdul Aziz Sidek
Yakoob Yazid
Elias Saion
Ali Mustapha Alibe
Mohd Hafiz Mohd Zaid
Ali Engku Abd Ghapur Engku
Tasiu Zangina
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Microwave sintering process was employed to agglomerate ferromanganese alloy powders. The effects of sintering temperature,
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Lei Li
Libo Zhang
Linqing Dai
Hongbo Zhu
Guo Chen
Jinhui Peng
Qin Guo
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In the present work, the performance of multilayer coated carbide tool was investigated considering the effect of cutting
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M. Merzoug
N. Benamara
A. Boulenouar
B. Bouchouicha
M. Mazari
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In the present work, rapidly solidified Al-10Ni-XSc (X = 0, 1 and 2) alloys were fabricated by melt spinning under Ar atmosphere.
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Fatih Kilicaslan M.
E. Karakose
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In this study, metal matrix composite materials containing melt-spun Al-20Si-5Fe alloys and boron carbide was produced by
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Fatih Kilicaslan M.
Uzun A.
E. Karakose
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Ductile irons of the type of Si-Mo are characterized by increased resistance to long-term influence of high temperatures and
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J. Roučka
E. Abramová
V. Kaňa
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The paper deals with hypereutectic high chromium cast irons. The subject of examination was the effect of various alloying
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A. Záděra
V. Kaňa
V. Krutiš
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Investment casting technology that utilizes lost-wax casting is one of the most-important achievements of ancient society. In
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T. Tokarski
A. Garbacz-Klempka
J.S. Suchy
Z. Kwak
T. Stolarczyk
R. Klempka
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This paper focused on the effect of pure torsion deformation and various torsion pitches on the mechanical properties of the
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M. Sedighi
A. Vaezi
M. Pourbashiri
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A series of Al-5Ti-1B master alloys were obtained via fluoride salt process by holding them between 780°C and 880°C for
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Y. Huang
H. Shao
Z. Xiao
X. Ren
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Based on the theory of heat transfer, the influence of expansion joints on the temperature and stress distribution of ladle lining
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G. Li
H. Liu
W. Chang
J. Kong
Y. Sun
G. Jiang
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The aim of this publication is to present practical application of the R. Kolman’s quality rating method used in the evaluation
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Ł. Wzorek
R. Wolniak
K. Łyp-Wrońska
M. Wiewióra
P. Noga
A. Wzorek
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The paper analyzes, from the geometrical aspect, the quality of the new flux cored wire intended for cladding process in
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R. Bęczkowski
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Aluminium based metal matrix composite (Al-MMC’s) are much popular in the field like automobile and aerospace industries,
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Satish Kumar T.
K. Krishna Kumar
S. Shalini
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Codeposition of antimony and tin from acidic chloride and chloride-sulfate baths was investigated. The calculations of
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E. Rudnik
M. Kostępski
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Aluminium metal matrix composites (AMMCs) are the fastest developing materials for structural applications. Friction Stir
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N. Gangil
Noor Siddiquee A.
S. Maheshwari
A.M. Al-Ahmari
M.H. Abidi
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The work presents results of solution combustion method utilization for yttria (Y2O3) nanopowder fabrication. Experiments
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M. Gizowska
I. Kobus
K. Perkowski
M. Piątek
G. Konopka
I. Witosławska
M. Osuchowski
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Oxide fraction of industrial zinc ash from hot dip galvanizing was characterized in terms of composition and leaching behaviour
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G. Włoch
E. Rudnik
L. Szatan
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The paper described properties of electro-spark deposited coatings under influence of the laser treatment process. The properties
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N. Radek
A. Szczotok
A. Gądek-Moszczak
R. Dwornicka
J. Bronček
J. Pietraszek
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Steel is a versatile material that has found widespread use because of its mechanical properties, its relatively low cost, and
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G. Napoli
A. Di Schino
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Multiferroic composites are very promising materials because of their applicability because the magnetoelectric effect occurs
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J.A. Bartkowska
D. Bochenek
P. Niemiec
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The aim of research was the elaboration of the synthesis of new organic monomer applicable in gelcasting. The substance
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E. Pietrzak
A. Antosik
P. Wiecińska
D. Kubica
A. Sakowicz
N. Prokurat
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Nanostructured, biocompatible, TiC/Ti Supersonic Cold Gas Sprayed coatings were deposited onto a Ti6Al4V alloy and their
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J. Kusiński
S. Kac
K. Kowalski
S. Dosta
E.P. Georgiou
J. Garcia-Forgas
P. Matteazzi
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Isothermal hot compression experiments were carried out using the Gleeble-1500D thermal mechanical simulator. The flow
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K. Tian
B. Tian
A.A. Volinsky
Y. Zhang
Y. Liu
Y. Du
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The aim of this paper was to determine the effect of heat treatment for the corrosion resistance of the ZnAl40Ti2Cu alloy under
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R. Michalik
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This paper presents the method for determination of the time of further safe service for welded joints of boiler components
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A. Zieliński
M. Dziuba-Kałuża
J. Dobrzański
M. Sroka
P. Urbańczyk
A. Śliwa
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The paper presents the results of research studies involving the ceramic-metal tool materials with the deposited nitride
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A.E. Tomiczek
K. Gołombek
K. Matus
D. Pakuła
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The present paper describe the issue of tool materials wear in a high temperature conditions. The investigations were performed
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J. Krawczyk
E. Rożniata
S. Zimowski
M. Kot
R. Dądrowski
R. Dziurka
Ł. Frocisz
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Thermo-chemical treatments are known to increase the fatigue life of industrial parts. Due to the imprecise consideration
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J. Sawicki
P. Siedlaczek
A. Staszczyk
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The paper presents properties of HS6-5-2 high speed steel subjected to deep cryogenic treatment (DCT) and subsequent tempering
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A. Ciski
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Analysis of a crystallographic texture (a preferred orientation) effect on cavitation wear resistance of the as-cast CuZn10
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W. Polkowski
R. Jasionowski
D. Zasada
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Catalytic converters contain the catalytic substance in their structure, which is a mixture of Platinum Group Metals (PGMs).
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B. Gajda
A. Fornalczyk
J. Willner
J. Sedlakova-Kadukova
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New technologies and the globalization of the electrical and electronic equipment market cause a continuous increase in the
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M. Saternus
A. Fornalczyk
M. Lisińska
J. Willner
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An economical alternative for the steel industry which uses a separate ferrosilicon and aluminum for the deoxidization of steel
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B. Machulec
W. Bialik
S. Gil
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Thermal analysis allows for determination of temperature specific for the beginning and the end of phase transitions occurring
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T. Maciąg
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This paper deals with the possibilities of using physical modelling to study the degassing of metal melt during its treatment
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M. Tkadlečková
K. Gryc
K. Michalek
L. Socha
M. Saternus
T. Merder
J. Pieprzyca
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Stability of silver nanoparticles strongly influences the potential of their application. The literature shows wide possibilities
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O. Velgosová
A. Mražíková
J. Kavuličová
M. Matvija
E. Čižmárová
J. Willner
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The paper evaluates two approaches of numerical modelling of solidification of continuously cast steel billets by finite element
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M. Tkadlečková
K. Michalek
M. Strouhalová
M. Saternus
T. Merder
J. Pieprzyca
J. Sviželová
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Mechanical properties and residual stresses of friction stir welded and autogenous tungsten inert gas welded structural steel
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P.K. Chaurasia
C. Pandey
N. Saini M.M. Mahapatra Giri A.
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This paper presents the results of experiments on metallization of plastic elements produced using 3D printing technology
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R. Kowalik
D. Kutyła
A. Kwiecińska
P. Żabiński
K. Kołczyk
W. Zborowski
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Metallic fuel slugs containing rare-earth (RE) elements have high reactivity with quartz (SiO2) molds, and a reaction layer
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Mun Seung-Uk
Kim Ki-Hwan
Oh Seok-Jin
Park Jeong-Young
Hong Sun-Ig
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In this study, precisely controlled large scale gas atomization process was applied to produce spherical and uniform shaped
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Tae Gyu Park
Sang Hyun Lee
Bin Lee
Hye Mi Cho
Won Jung Choi
Bum Sung Kim
Kwang Seon Shin
Taek-Soo Kim
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In the paper, the technology of the production of the modified ceramic proppants used in the shale gas extracting process is
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B. Zboromirska-Wnukiewicz
K. Kasprzyk
K. Kogut
A. Dyjakon

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