Wykaz publikacji wybranego autora

Paweł Krzysztof Krajewski, mgr inż.

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Wydział Odlewnictwa
WO-kip, Katedra Inżynierii Procesów Odlewniczych


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  • Damping properties vs. structure fineness of the high-zinc aluminum alloys
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  • Determining temperature dependencies of sand mould thermal properties
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  • Dimensional stability of the high-aluminium zinc alloys modified with Ti addition
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  • Examining and modelling the influence of thermo-physical properties of liquid metal and sand mould on solidification time of pure Al castings
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  • Experimental investigation of modified heat treatment of AK64-type $Al-Si-Cu$ sand cast alloy
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  • Experiment and numerical modelling the time of plate-shape casting solidification vs. thermal conductivity of mould material
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  • Grain refinement of $Zn-10 Al$ sand-cast alloy with $Al-3Ti-0.15C$
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  • Heat exchange in the system mould–riser–ambient
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  • Heat exchange in the system mould-riser-ambient
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  • High temperature thermal properties of bentonite foundry sand
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  • Long-term stability of $high-Al$ cast zinc alloys doped with Ti
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  • Main directions of recent works on $Al-Zn$-based alloys for foundry engineering
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  • New developments on optimizing properties of high-Zn aluminium cast alloys
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  • Numerical optimization of the gating system for an inlet valve casting made of titanium alloy
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  • Protecting melted zinc-aluminium based foundry alloys against hydrogen pick-up
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  • Range of thermal conductivity changes of wet green foundry sand during casting solidification
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  • Shape of the in-situ (Al,Zn)-Ti reinforcing particles and their influence on structure and structural stability of selected Zn-Al and Al-Zn cast alloys
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  • Strength properties examination of high zinc aluminium alloys inoculated with Ti addition
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  • Structural stability of novel multicomponent AlZn-based cast alloy
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  • Structural stability of the high-aluminium zinc alloys modified with Ti addition
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