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ISSN:

0043-1648

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1873-2577

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  • Biomedical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Civil engineering and transport (Engineering and Technology)
  • Materials engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Mechanical engineering (Engineering and Technology)
  • Chemical sciences (Natural sciences)

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2017 35 A
2016 35 A
2015 35 A
2014 35 A
2013 35 A
2012 40 A
2011 40 A
2010 32 A
2009 32 A
2008 32 A

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2016 5.3
2015 4.2
2014 4.1
2013 3.2
2012 3.5
2011 3.4

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Year 2021
Year 2020
  • Correlations between the wear of car brake friction materials and airborne wear particle emissions
    Publication

    - WEAR - Year 2020

    Airborne wear particles emitted from transport vehicle brakes are one of the main sources of toxic metals in inhalable particulate matter. Prediction of wear particle emissions may become more accurate if the relationship between the wear and particle emission characteristics is known. An experimental study was performed to investigate proportional correlations between the mass wear, 0.01–0.42 μm particle emission measured by a NanoScan...

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  • Experimental analysis of wear resistance of compacts of fine-dispersed iron powder and tungsten monocarbide nanopowder produced by impulse pressing
    Publication
    • A. Bragov
    • L. Igumnov
    • A. Konstantinov
    • A. Lomunov
    • E. Rusin
    • V. Eremeev

    - WEAR - Year 2020

    The paper presents the results of studying the structure and wear resistance of compacts produced from fine dispersed reduced iron powder (average particle size 3–mu m) with the addition of tungsten carbide (WC) nanopowder with the average particle size of 25–30 nm. The mass fraction of tungsten carbide (wolfram carbide) in the powder composition was 5% and 10% of the total mass. Impulse pressing was conducted using the modified...

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  • The resistance of S235JR steel to cavitation erosion
    Publication

    - WEAR - Year 2020

    The erosion resistance of S235JR steel to flow cavitation was investigated. In order to understand an influence of steel properties and cavitation intensities on the degradation mechanisms, low-carbon S235JR steel was tested in the as-received state and after thermal treatment (annealing) under four different flow velocities. Annealing decreased steel hardness, which made S235JR steel less resistant to cavitation erosion. The performed...

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  • Wear of electroplated diamond tools in lap-grinding of Al2O3 ceramic materials
    Publication

    - WEAR - Year 2020

    Current development of modern products, together with ever-increasing demands for their operation and usage, necessitate the search for new processing methods. Abrasive machining is widely used in many industrial areas, especially for processing difficult-to-machine materials such as advanced ceramics. Grinding with lapping kinematics, also called lap-grinding, is still one of the innovative methods of abrasive processing being...

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Year 2018
  • A pin-on-disc study of airborne wear particle emissions from studded tyre on concrete road contacts
    Publication
    • G. Perricone
    • V. Matějka
    • M. Alemani
    • G. Valota
    • A. Bonfanti
    • A. Ciotti
    • U. Olofsson
    • A. Söderberg
    • J. Wahlström
    • O. Nosko... and 3 others

    - WEAR - Year 2018

    Studded tyres wear surfaces of winter roads, generating inhalable airborne particles. In this study, four concrete road materials and two stud geometries were investigated in terms of wear, road material hardness and airborne particle concentration. The sliding contact between studded tyres and road materials was studied using a pin-on-disc machine in a clean chamber. The results show that the normal load and the stud size have...

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Year 2017
  • Quantification of ultrafine airborne particulate matter generated by the wear of car brake materials
    Publication

    - WEAR - Year 2017

    The wear of car brakes is one of the main sources of airborne particulate matter in urban environments. Ultrafine wear particles are of special environmental interest since they can easily penetrate the human body through inhalation and cause various diseases. In the present study, the contribution of ultrafine particles to airborne particulate matter emitted from car brake materials was investigated under different friction conditions....

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Year 2013
Year 2011
  • Influence of permanent magnetic field on wear performance of dry sliding contacts
    Publication

    - WEAR - Year 2011

    Results of experimental studies concerning the influence of permanent magnetic field on wear of dry sliding contact are presented.It was found that magnetic field of horizontal orientation is causing temporary reduction of material's hardness. It also facilitates and accelerates removal process of wear particles from the contact zone.Formation of bulges, consisting of accumulated and compacted anti-ferromagnetic material produced...

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Year 2007
Year 2005
  • Cavitation erosion of some laser-produced iron-base corrosion-resistance alloys
    Publication

    - WEAR - Year 2005

    W pracy przedstawiono badania kawitacyjne stali C45, X20Cr13 oraz X5CrNi18-10 po laserowym stopowaniu ich warstwy wierzchniej proszkami Mn, Cr, Ni, Si, Ti, Co, Al, Mo, B. Badania kawitacyjne prowadzono na stanowisku z wirującą tarczą. Zniszczenia powierzchni w okresie inkubacji oceniano metodą optyczną. Przedstawiono związek pomiędzy uzyskaną mikrostrukturą obrabianej warstwy i jej odpornością kawitacyjną.

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Year 2002
  • The wave character of commutator wear in electrical machines
    Publication

    - WEAR - Year 2002

    W pracy przedstawiono wyniki badań doświadczalnych zużycia elementów ze styku ślizgowego silnika komutatorowego prądu przemiennego małej mocy. Zakres badań obejmował okresowe pomiary profilu powierzchni ślizgowej komutatora w przekroju poprzecznym oraz profilu powierzchni wycinków komutatora w przekroju podłużnym względem osi wirowania. Ponadto zmierzono okresowe wielkości zużycia powierzchni ślizgowej komutatora oraz szczotek...

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