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Andrzej Kurek, Adam Niesłony and Marta Kurek

Mechanical Property of Ti-Steel Explosive-Rolling Clad Plate, Transactions of Nonferrous Metals Society of China , 24, 697-704. 5. Karolczuk A., Kowalski M., Bański R., Żok F. (2013), Fatigue Phenomena in Explosively Welded Steel-Titanium Clad Components Subjected to Push-Pull Loading, International Journal of Fatigue 48, 101 -108. 6. Król S., Bański R., Szulc Z., Gałka A. (2007), Practical Aspects of Structural Tests of Titanium-Steel Bonds Made by Explosive Cladding and Exposed to Thermal Process Loads, Advences in Material Science , vol. 7, nr 4(14), 50

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Przemysław Stasiuk, Aleksander Karolczuk and Wiesław Kuczko

REFERENCES 1. Alam M.M.. Barsoum Z.. Jonsén P.. Kaplan A.F.H.. Häggblad H.A (2010). The influence of surface geometry and topography on the fatigue cracking behaviour of laser hybrid welded eccentric fillet joints. Applied Surface Science . 256. 1936–1945. 2. ASTM E739-91(1998). Standard Practice for Statistical Analysis of Linear or Linearized Stress-Life (S-N) and Strain-Life (ε-N) Fatigue Data. ASTM Int West Conshohocken PA 1998;03.01. 3. Barsoum Z.. Gustafsson M. (2009). Fatigue of high strength steel joints welded with low

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Eugeniusz Mańka, Małgorzata Słomion and Maciej Matuszewski

sliding parameters, Advances in Mechanical Engineering , 8(12), 1-14. 6. Guo Y.B., Zhang D.K., Yang X.H., Feng C.N., Ge S.R. (2017), Experimental research on effect of wire rope transverse vibration on friction transmission stability in a friction hoisting system, Tribology International , 115, 233-245. 7. Hansel J. (ed.) (2000), Steel-rubber balances ropes SAG. Scientific and Technical Papers KTL – AGH Kraków, 19, 1-125 (in Polish). 8. Kwaśniewski J. (2010), Magnetic steel ropes tests. AGH Publishers, Kraków (in Polish). 9. Li S.L., Hu

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Jerzy Narojczyk and Dmitrij Morozow

REFERENCES 1. Baojian L., Bin D., Ye T.. (2014), Influence of niobium ion implantation on the microstructure, mechanical and tribological properties of TiAlN/CrN nano-multilayer coatings, Surface and Coatings Technology , 240, 405-412. 2. Barbaszewski T., Dąbrowski M., Drwięga M., Gawlik J., Lipińska E. (1989), Implantation profiles of nitrogen and titanium in low energy bombarded high speed tool steel, Physica Status Solidi (A) Applied Research , 112(1), 347-352. 3. Gerth J., Wiklund U . (2008), The influence of metallic interlayers on

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Viorel Ungureanu, Maria Kotełko and Jan Grudziecki

structures, Mechanics and Mechanical Eng. , 12(4), 323-336. 9. Kragerup J. (1982), Five notes on plate buckling, Technical University of Denmark, Department of Structural Engineering, Series R, Nr 143 . 10. Królak M. [ed.] ( 1990), Post-buckling and load-capacity of thin-walled girders of flat walls (in Polish), PWN Warszawa-Łódź. 11. Mahendran M. (1997), Local plastic mechanisms in thin steel plates under in-plane compression, Thin-Walled Structure, Elsevier Appl. Sci, 27, 245-261. 12. Murray N.W., Khoo P.S. (1981), Some basic plastic

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Magdalena Łępicka and Małgorzata Grądzka-Dahlke

alloys - Basic terms and definitions. 8. Podgornik B., Vizintin J., Leskovsek V. (1998), Tribological properties of plasma and pulse plasma nitrided AISI 4140 steel, Surface and Coatings Technology, Vol. 108-109, 454-460. 9. Sirin S. Y., Kaluc, E. (2012), Structural surface characterization of ion nitrided AISI 4340 steel, Materials and Design, Vol. 36, 741-747. 10. Soltani Asadi Z., Mahboubi F. (2012), Effect of component’s geometry on the plasma nitriding behavior of AISI 4340 steel, Materials and Design, Vol. 34, 516

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Ihor Dzioba, Robert Pała and Tadeusz Pała

, durability and safety of the structural components containing defects, Kielce University of Technology (in Polish). 5. Neimitz A., Dzioba I., Limnell T. (2012), Master Curve of ultra high strength steel, International Journal Pressure Vessels and Piping; Vol. 92,19-26. 6. SINTAP (1999), Structural Integrity Assessment Procedure for European Industry, Project No Be95-1426, British Steel. 7. Wallin K, Nevasmaa P, Laukkanen A, Planman T. (2004), Master Curve analysis of inhomogeneous ferritic steels, Engineering Fracture

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Ihor Dzioba, Tadeusz Pała and Ilkka Valkonen

). 5. Gałkiewicz J., Pała T., Dzioba I. (2012), Strength properties of the welded joints made from high-strength ferritic steels, XXIII Symposium: Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics, Bydgoszcz - Pieczyska, 63-72 (in Polish). 6. Neimitz A., Dzioba I., Graba M., Okrajni J. (2008), Assessment of the strength, durability and safety of the structural components containing defects, Kielce University of Technology (in Polish). 7. Porter D. (2006), Developments in hot-rolled high strength structural steel, Nordic welding conference 06, New trends

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Viorel Ungureanu and Dan Dubina

-Walled Structures , 62, 18–27. 15. Neagoie B., Ungureanu V., Dubina D. (2005), Beams with cold-formed steel sections for flanges and corrugated web (in Romanian), Stability and Ductility of Steel Structures – Recent research , Academic Days, Timisoara, Romania, 27/05, 57-70. 16. Pasternak H., Robra J., Kubieniec G. (2010), New proposals for EN 1993-1-5, Annex D: Plate girders with corrugated webs , Codes in Structural Engineering, Joint IABSE-fib Conference, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 2, 1365-1372. 17. Sause R., Braxtan T.N. (2011), Shear strength of

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Przemysław Stasiuk, Aleksander Karolczuk and Wiesław Kuczko

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Welded joints are areas of increased stresses in construction. The reason for this phenomenon is associated with the nonhomo-geneous mechanical, structural and geometrical properties of the weld seams. Generally, in the majority of the calculation it is assumed that the shape of the weld is uniform over the entire length and it is not deviating from the theoretical one. This article shows the distribution of stress in the butt-weld made of S355J2+N steel specimens. The shape of a joint was transferred to the finite element analysis by application of 3D scanning. Selected multiaxial fatigue criteria and probability mass function were used for a description of the results. Theoretical model prepared for comparison to the scanned joints was consistent with recommendations of International Institute of Welding for the effective notch method.