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K. Zymmer and P. Mazurek

References A. Michalski and K. Zymmer, "Investigation of properties of power electronic devices made of silicon carbide (SiC) under conditions of current commutation with high frequency', Works of Electrotechnic Institute 243, CD-ROM (2009), (in Polish). R. Barlik, J. Rąbkowski, and M. Nowak, "Power electronic systems with silicone carbide devices - present state and perspectives', VI Nat. Conf. Electronics 1, CD-ROM (2007). J. M. Hancock, "Novel SiC diode solves PFC challenges

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A. Rutecka, Z.L. Kowalewski, K. Makowska, K. Pietrzak and L. Dietrich

parame-ter for P91 chromium-molybdenum alloy steel and fatigue pre-damaged P54T carbon steel, Fatigue & Fracture of Engi-neering Materials & Structures 37 , 195-205 (2014). [8] A. Rutecka, Z.L. Kowalewski, K. Pietrzak, L. Dietrich, K. Makowska, J. Woźniak, M. Kostecki, W. Bochniak, A. Olszyna, Damage development of Al/SiC metal matrix composite under fatigue, creep and monotonic loading conditions, Procedia En-gineering 10 , 1420-1425 (2011). [9] A. Korbel, W. Bochniak, Method of Plastic Forming of Materials, U.S. Patent No. 5, 737, 959 (1997). [10] W. Bochniak

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S.M. Kahar, C.H. Voon, C.C. Lee, U. Hashim, M.K. Md Arshad, B.Y. Lim, S.C.B. Gopinath and W. Rahman

1 Introduction Silicon carbide (SiC) is one of the most popular ceramics used in the industry. It has unique characteristics such as high melting point, excellent oxidation resistance, high chemical inertness, high-thermal conductivity, good microwave absorbing ability, wide energy band gap and high mechanical strength enabling SiC to be used widely in aerospace structures, biomaterials and high temperature semiconducting devices [ 1 – 6 ]. SiC is produced mainly in industry by Acheson process. This process named after its inventor Edward Goodrich Acheson

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Prasad Raturi Himanshu, Prasad Lalta, Pokhriyal Mayank and Tirth Vineet

. Process Parameters Optimization for Producing AA6061/TiB2 Composites by Friction Stir Processing, Journal of Mechanical Engineering - Strojnícky časopis, 2017 (67), No. 1, 101 - 118 [7] R. Jančo, L. Écsi, P. Élesztős. FSW Numerical Simulation of Aluminium Plates by Sysweld - Part II, Journal of Mechanical Engineering - Strojnícky časopis, 2016 (66), No. 2, 29 - 36 [8] S. Lal, S. Kumar, Z.A. Khan, A.N. Siddiquee. Wire electrical discharge machining of AA7075/SiC/Al 2 O 3 hybrid composite fabricated by inert gas-assisted electromagnetic stir casting

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J. Rąbkowski and T. Płatek

R eferences [1] J. Milan, P. Gondignon, X. Perpina, A. Perez-Tomas, and J. Rebollo, “A survey of wide bandgap power semiconductor devices”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics 29 (5), 2155‒2163 (2014). [2] J. Rabkowski, D. Peftitsis, H.P. Nee, “SiC power transistors – a new era in power electronics is initiated”, IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine 6(2), 17‒26 (2012). [3] R. Lai et al., “A high-power-density converter”, IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine 4 (4), 4–12 (2010). [4] T.J. Han, J. Nagashima, S.J. Kim, S. Kulkarni, F

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Milan Perný, Vladimír Šály, František Janíček, Miroslav Mikolášek, Michal Váry and Jozef Huran

R eferences [1] D. A. Anderson and W. E. Kspear, “Electrical and Optical Properties of Amorphous Silicon Carbide, Silicon Nitride and Germanium Carbide Prepared by Glow Discharge Technique”, Philos. Mag. B vol. 35, 1977, pp. 113–131. [2] P. P. Dey and A. Khare, “Effect of Substrate Temperature on Structural and Linear and Nonlinear Optical Properties of Nanostructured PLD a-SiC thin films”, Materials Research Bulletin vol. 84, 2016, pp. 105–117. [3] I. Kleps and A. Angelescu, “LPCVD Amorphous Silicon Carbide Films, Properties and

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P. L. Żak, D. Kalisz and G. Rączkowski

.M. Stefanescu, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 35 A, 613-621 (2004). [12] J. Lelito, P.L. Żak, B. Gracz, M. Szucki, D. Kalisz, P. Malinowski, J. S. Suchy, Metalurgija 54, 1, 204-206 (2015). [13] J. Lelito, Modelowanie krystalizacji kompozytu AZ91/SiC, Wydawnictwo Archives of Foundry Engineering, Katowice-Gliwice 2012. [14] J. Lelito, P.L. Żak, A.A. Shirzadi, A.L. Greer, W.K. Krajewski, J.S. Suchy, K. Haberl, P. Schumacher, Acta Materialia 60, 6-7, 2950-2958 (2012). [15] J. Lelito, P.L. Żak, J. Suchy, W

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M.A. Malika, K. Majchrzak and K.N. Braszczyńska-Malik


Cast magnesium matrix composites reinforced with silicon carbide particles were investigated by using Raman microscopy. 3C, 4H and 6H polytypes of SiC particles were identified in the investigated composites. Additionally, Mg2Si compound was detected by Raman microscopy in the composites microstructure.

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Sandra Veličković, Slavica Miladinović, Blaža Stojanović, Ružica R. Nikolić, Branislav Hadzima and Dušan Arsić

Reference A deosun , S.O., O soba , L.O., T aiwo , O.O. 2014. Characteristics of Aluminum Hybrid Composites , International Journal of Chemical, Molecular, Nuclear, Materials and Metallurgical Engineering 8(7), 731-738. BANSAL, S., SAINI, J.S. 2015. Mechanical and Wear Properties of SiC/Graphite Reinforced Al359 Alloy-based Metal Matrix Composite , Defence Science Journal 65(4), 330-338, DOI: 10.14429/dsj.65.8676. B asavarajappa , S., D avim , J.P. 2013. Influence of Graphite Particles on Surface Roughness and Chip Formation Studies in

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M. Nowak, M. Lech-Grega, A. Kozik, M. Mitka, M. Gawlik and A. Kłyszewski

Studies of composite nickel coatings electrolytically deposited on aluminium alloys with different content of vanadium were described. Composite coatings were deposited from a Watts bath containing fine-dispersed SiC powder particles in an amount of 20 g/l and organic matters such as saccharin and sodium laurate. The morphology, structure and thickness of the obtained composite coatings were presented. The corrosion resistance of produced coatings was examined by electrochemical method. Basing on the results of studies it was found that coatings obtained with the sole addition of saccharin were characterized by numerous surface defects. The addition of sodium laurate eliminated the occurrence of defects caused by hydrogen evolution and the resulting coatings were continuous with good adhesion to the substrate. The distribution of the ceramic SiC phase in coatings was fairly uniform for all the examined variants of aluminium alloys. SEM examinations did not reveal the phenomenon of the ceramic particles agglomeration.