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Advances in Materials Science

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1730-2439

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2083-4799

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Politechnika Gdańska , Walter de Gruyter (Sciendo)

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  • Biomedical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Chemical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Civil engineering and transport (Engineering and Technology)
  • Materials engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Mechanical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Pharmacology and pharmacy (Medical and Health Sciences )
  • Chemical sciences (Natural sciences)

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  • Cavitation erosion degradation of Belzona® coatings

    In hydrocarbon and maritime industry there is a constant need of materials and coatings withstanding severe conditions. One of adverse phenomena present there is cavitation erosion. The paper presents evaluation of cavitation resistance of three different steel coatings. Belzona 2141 (ACR-Fluid Elastormer), 1321 (Ceramic S-Steal) and 5831 (ST-Barrier) were deployed on P110 steel and subjected to ultrasound cavitation in distilled...

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  • Hydrogen degradation of pre-oxidized zirconium alloys

    The presence of the oxide layers on Zr alloys may retard or enhance the hydrogen entry and material degradation, depending on the layer features. This research has been aimed to determine the effects of pre-oxidation of the Zircaloy-2 alloy at a different temperature on hydrogen degradation. The specimens were oxidised in laboratory air at 350°C, 700°C, and 900°C. After, some samples were tensed at 10-5 strain rate and simultaneously...

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  • Hydroxyapatite deposition on the laser modified Ti13Nb13Zr alloy

    The Ti13Nb13Zr alloy was subjected to laser modification with the Nd:YAG laser provided that such treatment would increase the surface roughness followed improved adhesion of hydroxyapatite (HAp) coatings The hydroxyapatite was deposited by electrophoretic method in suspension of 0.5 g HA powder and 100 ml ethyl alcohol. The deposition was carried out for 10 min at 10 V voltage followed by drying at room temperature for 24 h and...

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  • Inspection of Gas Pipelines Using Magnetic Flux Leakage Technology
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    - Advances in Materials Science - Year 2017

    Magnetic non-destructive testing methods can be classified into the earliest methods developed for assessment of steel constructions. One of them is the magnetic flux leakage technology. A measurement of the magnetic flux leakage is quite commonly used for examination of large objects such as tanks and pipelines. Construction of a magnetic flux leakage tool is relatively simple, but a quantitative analysis of recorded data is a...

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  • Prosthetic Elements Made of the Ti-13Zr-13Nb Alloy by Selective Laser Melting
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    - Advances in Materials Science - Year 2017

    The fabrication of the prosthetic foundations and bridges from the Ti-13Zr-13Nb alloy is described. The process was started from CAD/CAM design of 3D models of the foundations based on scanning of patient`s mouth. Next, 3D models were transformed into *.stl files for the manufacturing stage and then the manufacturing process by means of the selective laser melting with the SLM Realizer 100 equipment was made. The intrinsic structure...

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  • Slurry Erosion -Design of Test Devices
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    - Advances in Materials Science - Year 2017

    Degradation of material caused by impacts of a solid particle (erodent) suspended in a liquid is called slurry erosion and is a major problem in the hydropower and maritime industry. Slurry erosion depends on many factors, e.g. liquid and erodent velocity, size, shape, angle of impact, hardness and number of erodents, and strength of a target material. The various types of test devices have been designed to investigate an effect...

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  • THE PROPERTIES OF NANOSILVER – DOPED NANOHYDROXYAPATITE COATING ON THE Ti13Zr13Nb ALLOY
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    The aim of this research was to study the properties of nanohydroxyapatite (nanoHAp) and nanohydroxyapatite, doped with nanosilver (nanoHAp/nanoAg), coatings obtained by an electrophoretic deposition process. The suspensions was prepared by dispersing 0.1 g of HAp nanopowder for nanoHAp coatings and 0.1 g of nanoHAp and 0.025 g nanoAg for nanoHAp/nanoAg coatings. The deposition was carried out for 1 min at 50 V voltage followed...

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  • BIOMATERIALS AND IMPLANTS IN CARDIAC AND VASCULAR SURGERY - REVIEW

    Currently, on prosthesis in cardiac blood vessels and heart valves are used materials of animal or synthetic origin. For animal materials include, among others pericardial sac in which is the heart. Materials such as this (natural) are characterized by a remarkable biocompatibility within the human body, but their main disadvantage is the relatively low durability. In turn, synthetic materials, which include the austenitic chromium-nickel-molybdenum...

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