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R. Bęczkowski and M. Gucwa

References [1] Bęczkowski, R. & Gucwa, M. (2015). Qualifying of hardfacing surfacing layers operating under conditions of the cement industry, Welding Technology Review . 87(9), 43-46. [2] Bęczkowski, R. & Gucwa, M. (2014). The impact of the current settings to change the size of the geometric cross-section welds. Welding Technology Review. 86, 72-76. [3] Gucwa, M. & Bęczkowski, R. (2014). The effect of heat input on the geometric properties of welded joints. Archives of Foundry Engineering. 14(spec.1), 127-130. [4] Gucwa, M

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J. Winczek and T. Skrzypczak

REFERENCES [1] E. Tasak, Metallurgy of welding, JAK, Cracov 2008. [2] D. Radaj, Heat effects of welding. Temperature field, residual stress, distortion, Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1992. [3] J. Pilarczyk, J. Pilarczyk, Arc welding and surfacing of metals, Slask sp. z o.o., Katowice 1996. [4] A. Bokota, S. Iskierka, Numerical analysis of phase transformations and residual stresses in steel cone-shaped elements hardened by induction and flame methods, Int. J. Mech. Sci. 40 , 6, 617 – 629 (1998). [5] L.E. Lindgren, Computational welding

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J. Słania, R. Krawczyk and SZ. Wójcik

´2001, Stavanger, Norway 2001, vol. IV, Cupertino – California – USA 2001, p. 282-285 [17] R. Burdzik, Ł. Konieczny, Z. Stanik, P. Folęga, A. Smalcerz, A. Lisiecki, Analysis of impact of chosen parameters on the wear of camshaft, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials 59 (3), 961-967 (2014). [18] R. Burdzik, P. Folęga, B. Łazarz, Z. Stanik, J. Warczek, Analysis of the impact of surface layer parameters on wear intensity of frictional couples, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials 57 , 4, 987-993 (2012). [19] T. Węgrzyn, The Classification of Metal

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T. Węgrzyn, J. Piwnik, Ł. Wszołek and W. Tarasiuk

, Archives of Materials Science and Engineeringl 58, 1, 40-44 ( 2012). [17] T. Węgrzyn., J. Piwnik, B. Łazarz, D. Hadys, R. Wieszala, Parameters of welding with micro-jet cooling, Archives of Materials Science and Engineering, 54, 2, 86-92 (2012). [18] Ł. Konieczny, R. Burdzik, T. Figlus, The possibility to control and adjust the suspensions of vehicles, J. Mikulski (Ed.): Activities of Transport Telematics, TST 2013, CC IS 395, pp. 378-383. [19] T. Węgrzyn, J. Piwnik, B. Łazarz, D. Sieteski, Innovative surface welding with

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J. Słania, R. Krawczyk and S. Wójcik

the wear of camshaft, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials 59 (3), 961-967 (2014). [18] R. Burdzik, P. Folęga, B. Łazarz, Z. Stanik, J. Warczek, Analysis of the impact of surface layer parameters on wear intensity of frictional couples, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials 57 , 4, 987-993 (2012). [19] T. Węgrzyn, The Classification of Metal Weld Deposits in Terms of the Amount of Nitrogen, Conference of International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers ISOPE'2000, Seattle, USA 2000, p. 130-134.

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J. Winczek

). [12] N.O. Okerblom, Welding strains and stresses, Mashgiz, Moscow-Leningrad 1948. [13] D. Radaj, Heat effects of welding. Temperature field, residual stress, distortion, Springer-Verlag, Berlin 1992. [14] J. Pilarczyk, J. Pilarczy k, Arc welding and surfacing of metals, Slask sp.zo.o., Katowice 1996. [15] E. Tasak, Metallurgy of welding, JAK, Cracov 2008. [16] J. Rhode, A. Jeppso n, Literature review of heat treatment simulations with respect to phase transformation, residual stresses and distortion

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Miroslava Ťavodová, Daniela Kalincová and Ivana Slováková

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In this paper we discuss the possibility of increasing service life of tools used in forestry for mulching of undesirable forest growths. In a heterogeneous working environment in which they are operated, such tools are subjected to constant abrasion and impact loading. There are several ways how to extend their service life and operational fitness. One of these is hard surface treatment, or hard surfacing of their functional surfaces. In our experiment, we chose suitable hard surfacing materials and applied these on the sample materials using the MMA and MAG welding. The hard surface was applied in an one layer. Subsequently, we performed hardness tests, microscopic analysis of the structure of the basic material and the hard surface and evaluation of the fusion penetration of the base material with the hard surfacing weld. Fusion is crucial as it determines the cohesiveness of the weld and base materials and thus also the actual extension of the service life of the tools.

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J. Słania and A. Sacharz – Szewczyk

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General requirements and technological solutions of incinerating plants were presented. Heat processing of waste in fluidized and stoker-fired boilers were described. A problem of corrosion and the methods of preventing it in boilers used to combust waste were shown. Materials of increased resistance to corrosion used in power industry were characterised.

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Silvia Revesová and Pavel Blaškovitš

References BLAŠKOVITŠ, P., ČOMAJ, M. Renovation of the surfacing and thermal spraying. Bratislava, 2006. 204 p. BALLA, J., Tribology and tribotechnique. Nitra: VŠP, 1987. 129 p. Dostupné na internete: http://www.strojarstvo.sk/docwww/SK/284/284.pdf Dostupné na internete: http://www.stifner.sk/skola/doc/afm/texty_AFM_2004.doc Dostupné na internete: http://www.mtfdca.szm.sk/subory/opotrebenie.pdf

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N. Bulaha, J. Rudzitis, J. Lungevics, O. Linins and J. Krizbergs

REFERENCES 1. Rudzitis, J., Bulaha, N., Lungevics, J., Linins, O., & Berzins, K. (2017). Theoretical analysis of spacing parameters of anisotropic 3D surface roughness. Latvian Journal of Physics and Technical Sciences, 54 (2), pp., 55-63. 2. International Organization for Standardization. (2012). Geometrical product specifications (GPS) – Surface texture: Areal – Part 2: Terms, definitions and surface texture parameters. ISO 25178-2:2012. 3. Rudzitis, J. (2007). Mechanics of Surface Contact. Part 1. Parameters of Surface Roughness Profile