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NAME

Powder Metallurgy Institute

HOMEPAGE

http://pminstitute.by/

ADDRESS

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Publications in SciGraph latest 20 shown

  • 2018-09 Self-Organization of a Bioactive Nanostructured Oxide Layer at the Surface of Sintered Titanium Sponge Powder Subjected to Electrochemical Anodization in TECHNICAL PHYSICS
  • 2018-05 On the Effect the Iron Content on the Tribological Properties of Sintered Tin-iron Bronze in JOURNAL OF FRICTION AND WEAR
  • 2018-01 Effect of Copper Content on Tribological Characteristics of Fe−C−Cu Composites in JOURNAL OF FRICTION AND WEAR
  • 2017-03 Tribotechnical properties of sintered bronze strengthened by aluminide of Ti–46Al–8Cr in JOURNAL OF FRICTION AND WEAR
  • 2017-03 Physicochemical Processes and Mechanism for Preparing Belaz Quarry Dumper Truck Heat-Resistant Electrical Insulators in REFRACTORIES AND INDUSTRIAL CERAMICS
  • 2017-01 The influence of friction and wear on the generation of surface microprofile of steel–sintered friction powder based on copper in the course of operation in lubricated medium in JOURNAL OF FRICTION AND WEAR
  • 2016-11 Physicochemical Processes in Wear-Resistant Corundum Ceramic Materials Science and Technology: Nozzles for Underground Soil Tunnelling Rimmers in REFRACTORIES AND INDUSTRIAL CERAMICS
  • 2016-06 Tailoring properties of reticulated vitreous carbon foams with tunable density in FRONTIERS OF MATERIALS SCIENCE
  • 2016-03 Analysis of a steel disk surface running in tandem with the metal–ceramic friction material MK-5 under the conditions of boundary friction of a hydromechanical transmission in JOURNAL OF FRICTION AND WEAR
  • 2016-01 Synthesis of polycrystalline cubic boron nitride from hexagonal boron nitride after mechanical activation and modification with aluminum in INORGANIC MATERIALS: APPLIED RESEARCH
  • 2015-12 Macrocellular vitreous carbon with the improved mechanical strength in FRONTIERS OF MATERIALS SCIENCE
  • 2015-11 Investigating the tribotechnical properties of nanostructured boehmite in JOURNAL OF FRICTION AND WEAR
  • 2015-09 Application of the Drago-Wayland equation for prediction of enthalpies of formation of donor–acceptor complexes in the systems of group IIIA and VA element methyl compounds in RUSSIAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
  • 2014-11 Studying the surface layers of products using a low-vacuum scanning electron microscope in JOURNAL OF SURFACE INVESTIGATION: X-RAY, SYNCHROTRON AND NEUTRON TECHNIQUES
  • 2014-09 Evaluation of SiC-porcelain ceramics as the material for monolithic catalyst supports in JOURNAL OF ADVANCED CERAMICS
  • 2014-03 Porous Materials from Titanium Powders: Past, Present, and Future in POWDER METALLURGY AND METAL CERAMICS
  • 2014-01 Modern Processes of Producing Two-Layer Filtering Materials in POWDER METALLURGY AND METAL CERAMICS
  • 2014-01 Open-Cell Metal–SiC Composite Foams made by Electrolytic Codeposition on Polyurethane Substrates in POWDER METALLURGY AND METAL CERAMICS
  • 2013-01 Sintering of Porous Powder–Fiber Structures in POWDER METALLURGY AND METAL CERAMICS
  • 2013-01 Influence of thermobaric treatment on structure and mechanical and physical properties of schungite carbon in INORGANIC MATERIALS: APPLIED RESEARCH
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