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. Polym. J. 35, 1569-1579. 10. Boczkowska, A. (2000). Structural polymers obtained from crystalline ether-urethane-isocyanate prepolymers. PhD thesis, Warszawa, in Polish. 11. Izydorzak, M. (2009). Selection of polyurethanes with increased resistance to abrasive wear for biomedical applications. MSc Thesis - Politechnika Warszawska, Warszawa, in Polish. 12. Wirpsza, Z. (1991). Polyurethanes. Chemistry, technology, applications. Warszawa: WNT, in Polish. 13. Guess, J.F. & Campbell, J.S. (1995). Acoustic properties of some biocompatible polymers at body temperature


This paper presents the design of a new rotational vibration mill. Experimental research of abrasive wear of grinding bodies in the processing of quartz sand was conducted. The influence dependences of varied process parameters on the specific wear of grinding bodies are demonstrated. Besides, the influence dependence of particle size on the specific wear value is shown.

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Selection of Materials and Technology for Forming the Layers Resistant to Abrasive Wear

This article deals with the selection of materials for forming wear resistant layers within agricultural machine parts wear. We can achieve required hardness, wear resistance and life extension of agricultural machine parts and tools by the selection of a suitable material and surfacing technology.

-281. 18. Pawelec Z., Molenda J., Wolszczak M.: Abrasive wear resistance of metal-polymer composites [in Polish]. Tribologia, XLI nr 5/2010 (2010), 117-130. 19. Pawlak Z., Jurvelin J., Urbaniak W.: Biotribochemistry of the lubrication of natural joints [in Polish]. Tribologia, XLI nr 5/2010 (2010), 131-141. 20. Saikko V.: A simulator study of friction in total replacement hip joints. Proc. Inst. Mech. Engrs, 206, (1992), 201-211. 21. Seramak T., Serbihski W., Zielihski A.: Porous biomaterial for orthopedic implants based on titanium alloy. Advances in Materials Science

, wczesne wyniki kliniczne, IV Międzynarodowe Sympozjum Koksartoza, 8 – 10.05.2008, Katowice. 30. Kumar, A., Bijwe, J. & Sharma, S. (2017). Hard metal nitrides: Role in enhancing the abrasive wear resistance of UHMWPE, Wear 378–379, Pages 35–42. DOI: 10.1016/j. wear.2017.02.010. 31. Cenna, A.A., Allen, S., Page, N.W & Dastoor, P. (2003). Modelling the three-body abrasive wear of UHMWPE particle reinforced composites, Wear 254, 5–6, Pages 581–588. DOI: 10.1016/S0043-1648(03)00067-X. 32. Zai, W., Wong, M.H. & Man, H.C. (2019). Improving the wear and corrosion resistance

– Informatics, Automation and Electrical Engineering 3, pp. 17-24. Mucha K. (2019). Ścierność skał w aspekcie prognozowania zużycia noży kombajnowych. (Rock abrasivity in terms of forecasting the abrasive wear of cutting picks). PhD Thesis, AGH University of Science and Technology, Kraków, Poland. Plinninger R. J., Restner U. (2008). Abrasivity testing, Quo Vadis? - A commented overview of abrasivity testing methods. Geomechanics and Tunnelling 1(1), pp. 61-70. Plinninger R.J., Kasling H., Thuro K., Spaun G. (2003). Testing conditions and geomechanical properties influencing

Polyurethanes used in the endoprosthesis of joints

The aim of the studies presented in this paper was the selection of the polyurethanes synthesized from different substrates in order to obtain i) ceramic - biodegradable polymer composite and ii) polyurethane resistant to abrasive wear. The polyurethanes were obtained from the crystalline prepolymers extended by water, because it may have a beneficial effect on the toxicity of the material. The properties of PUs were investigated using infrared spectroscopy, thermogravimetry, differential scanning calorimetry and scanning electron microscopy. In all the tested polyurethanes the peak from the reactive -NCO groups was not observed, which indicates that all the substrates are fully reacted. Such polyurethanes are characterized by interesting properties with the perspective use as components of ceramic-polymer joints endoprosthesis. The designed endoprosthesis should fulfill at least three functions: load bearing function (ceramic core), fastening and stabilizing endoprosthesis to the bone (composite ceramics - biodegradable polymer) and tribologic function allowing mating with parts of the prosthesis (polyurethane layer resistant to abrasive wear).


The present contribution deals with the influence of tribological conditions on coating quality. Two types of coatings were selected for analysis WC-WB-CO and WC-FeCrAl, to advise that a new type of coating - carbide green. These coatings were applied to the base material AISI 316L of technology HVOF – High velocity oxygen fuel. The aim of the experimental study was to determine the quality coatings and its resistance to abrasive wear, depending on the number of thermal cycles. It was evaluated hardness, thickness, the resistance to abrasive wear in free abrasives and firmly bonded abrasives. Results of experiments showed a higher resistance of the coating WC-Co-WB.


The article presents the results of the study on exploitation properties of flame sprayed ceramic coatings produced by oxide ceramic material in the form of powder on the aluminum oxide Al2O3 matrix with 3% titanium oxide TiO2 addition and also on the zirconium oxide (ZrO2) matrix with 30% calcium oxide (CaO) on the substrate of unalloyed structural steel of S235JR grade. As a primer powder, metallic powder on the base of Ni-Al-Mo has been applied. Plates with dimensions of 5×200×300 mm and also front surfaces of ∅40×50 mm cylinders have been flame sprayed. Spraying of primer coating has been done using RotoTec 80 torch and external specific coating has been done with CastoDyn DS 8000 torch. Investigations of coating properties are based on metallography tests, phase composition research, measurement of microhardness, coating adhesion to the ground research (acc. to EN 582:1996 standard), abrasive wear resistance (acc. to ASTM G65 standard) and erosion wear resistance (acc. to ASTM G76-95 standard) and thermal stroke study. Performed tests have shown that the flame spraying with 97%Al2O3 powder containing 3% TiO2 and also by the powder based on zirconium oxide (ZrO2) containing 30% calcium oxide (CaO) performed in a wide range of technological parameters allow to obtain high quality ceramic coatings with thickness up to ca. 500 μm on a steel substrate. The primer coating sprayed with the Ni-Al-Mo powder to the steel substrate and external coatings sprayed has the of mechanical bonding character. The coatings are characterized by high adhesion to the substrate and also high erosion and abrasive wear resistance and the resistance for cyclic thermal stroke.