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Optimal Features of Porosity of Ti Alloys Considering their Bioactivity and Mechanical Properties

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Degradation of Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of 15HM Steel after 420 000 Hours of Service

References 1. Jasiński A.: Extented operational time of domestic power units - chances and threats [in Polish], Energetyka, 3 (2013), 551-556. 2. Dobrzański J.: Materials science interpretation of the life of steels for power plants [in Polish], Open Access Library, 3, 2011. 3. Dziuba - Kałuża M., Dobrzański J., Zieliński A.: Mechanical properties of Cr-Mo and Cr-Mo-V low-alloy steel welded joints after long-term service under creep conditions, Arch. Mater. Sc. Eng., 63 (2013), 5-12. 4

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Researches Regarding the Influence of Alloying Elements on the Mechanical Properties of Lamellar Graphite Cast Iron

researches on the influence of chemical composition of cast rolls made of hypereutectic steel, on their hardness in exploatation, Scientific Conference Research and Development of Mechanical Elements and Systems Jahorina – IRMES, Sarajevo, Bosnia & Hertegovina, 2002. [23] Joan Serrallach, Jacques Lacaze, Jon Sertucha, Ramón Suárez, Adrián Monzón, Effect of Selected Alloying Elements on Mechanical Properties of Pearlitic Nodular Cast Irons, Key Engineering Materials Vol. 457 (2011) p. 361-366. [24] C. O. Rusănescu M. Rusănescu, F. V. Anghelina, T. Iordanescu

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Effect of Sonication on The Mechanical Properties of Organic Mixed Grain Bread

. Nowak, K., Markowski, M., Daszkiewicz, T. (2015). Ultrasonic determination of mechanical properties of meat products. Journal of Food Engineering, 147 , 49-55. DOI: 10.1016/j.jfoodeng.2014.09.024. Pa, N.F.C., Yusof, Y.A., Aziz, N.A. (2014). Power ultrasound assisted mixing effects on bread physical properties. Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia, 2 , 60-66. DOI: 10.1016/j.aaspro.2014.11.009. Patist, A., Bates, D. (2008). Ultrasonic innovations in the food industry: From the laboratory to commercial production. Innovative Food Science and

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Mechanical Properties Of Traditional And Nanofibre Textiles

References [1] Jose M.V., Steinert, B.W., Thomas, V., Dean, D.R., Abdalla, M.A., et al. (2006). Morphology and mechanical properties of Nylon 6/MWNT nanofibres. Polymer, 48 (2007),1096-1104. [2] Pant, H., R., Bajgai, M., P., Chuan Yi, Nirmala, R., Ki Taek Nam, et al. (2010). Effect of succesive electrospinign and the strendht of hydrogen bond on the morphology of efectrospun nylon-6 nanofibres. Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 370(1-3), 87-94. [3] Heikkila P., Harlin, A. (2008). Parameter study of electrospinning

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Mechanical Properties Of 3D-Structure Composites Based On Warp-Knitted Spacer Fabrics

Technology, Vol. 71(4), 511–519. [7] Abounaim, M., Hoffmann, G., Diestel, O. et al (2009). 3D spacer fabric as sandwich structure by flat knitting for composite using hybrid yarn. AUTEX 2009 World Textile Conference, 26-28 May, 2009, Izmir, Turkey. [8] Abounaim, M., Hoffmann, G., Diestel, O. et al (2010). Thermoplastic composite from innovative flat knitted3D multi-layer spacer fabric using hybrid yarn and the study of 2D mechanical properties. Composite Science and Technology, Vol. 70(2), 363–370. [9] Abounaim, M., Hoffmann, G., Diestel, O. et al (2009

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Effect of Selected Friction Stir Welding Parameters on Mechanical Properties of Joints

and ductility by grain refinement in a Fe-34.5Mn-0.04C steel”, I O P Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 219, 1: 1-5, 2017. 20. P. Schempp, C.E. Cross, R. Häcker, A. Pittner, M. Rethmeier, “Influence of grain size on mechanical properties of aluminium GTA weld metal”, Welding in the World 57: 293-304, 2013. 21. R.K. Mahidhara, “Effect of grain size on the superplastic behavior of a 7475 aluminum alloy”, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance 4, 6: 674–678, 1995. 22. L.E. Murr, G. Liu, J.C. McClure, “A TEM study of

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Effect of Chemical Composition and Microstructure on Mechanical Properties of BA1055 Bronze Sand Castings

Effect of Chemical Composition and Microstructure on Mechanical Properties of BA1055 Bronze Sand Castings

The effect of the chemical composition of BA1055 bronze on the mechanical properties has been investigated. It is important problem because many ship's sand cast propellers are made of this alloy. Properties of over one hundred melts were analyzed. The metallographic investigations were performed on the samples taken from five sand cast bars. It was shown that even small changes in chemical composition can significantly alter the mechanical properties of BA1055 bronze. The effect of intermetallic κ-phase, i.e. its chemical composition, shape and dimensions of precipitates, seems to be the most important.

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On Some Mechanical Properties and Wear Behavior of Sintered Bronze Based Composites Reinforced with Some Aluminides Microadditives

S.J., Shah K.A., Du X. and Guo S. (2009): Microstructure, mechanical properties, electrical conductivity and wear behavior of high volume TiC reinforced Cu-matrix composites. - Mater. Charact., vol.60, No.4, pp.327-336. [4] Deshpande P.K. and Lin R.Y. (2006): Wear resistance of WC particle reinforced copper matrix composites and the effect of porosity. - Mater. Sci. Eng. A., vol.418, No.1-2, pp.137-145. [5] Tjong S.C. and Lau K.C. (2000): Tribological behaviour of SiC particle-reinforced copper matrix composites. - Mater. Lett., vol

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Uniaxial Dynamic Mechanical Properties Of Tunnel Lining Concrete Under Moderate-Low Strain Rate After High Temperature

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