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Application of innovative layers and coatings for reconstruction of tribologicaly loaded surfaces.

Supervisor: Ing. Eva Labašová, PhD.

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Project description:
Operation of technical systems results for interacting elements to the surface changes of elements. These changes are caused by the surface wearing and in many cases, the degradation fo tribological surface is caused in consequence of unstable operational processes. Geometric changes of tribological surfaces (TS)generate improper transfers of power effects, causing further degradation of TS element. Which often leads to element damage. Early diagnostics of incorrect functionality of TS and its subsequent reconstruction by innovative layers lead to regeneration of correct tribological functionality of surface, prolongation of element life -time and renewal of correct operational state of the technical system. The objective of the project is to analyze of tribological layers properties in terms of material and geometrical parameters. Using numerical analysis will be examined stress-strain states of loaded TS with innovative layers. The results of computational analysis, wear and life will be verified experimentally.
Kind of project:
Department:Institute of Production Systems and Applied Mechanics (MTF)
Project identification:
Project status:
Successfully completed
Project start date :
01. 01. 2011
Project close date:
31. 12. 2013
Number of workers in the project:12
Number of official workers in the project:12

Official project workers

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Official roles
zodpovedný riešiteľ
Ing. Rastislav Ďuriš, PhD.
Ing. Štefan Hajdu, PhD.
doc. Ing. Helena Kraváriková, PhD.spoluriešiteľ
Ing. Jarmila Oravcová, PhD.spoluriešiteľ
Ing. Martin Juhás, PhD.
Ing. Róbert Sobota, PhD.