75 Pułku Piechoty 1A Str.
41-500 Chorzów, Poland
tel. (+48) 32 3497 515
Head of Department: dr hab. Marian Kupka
tel. (32) 3497 504
Scientific and teaching activities of the Department of Engineering Materials Technology are focused on engineering materials manufacturing and processing (with special emphasis on metal materials), forming their structure and properties and modifying their surface - for specific practical applications.
Research is carried out in the Department, aimed at the development of new materials for operation at high temperatures and materials for the needs of medicine.
Alloys based on an ordered matrix of FeAl intermetallic phase are studied now paying special attention to possibilities of their use as a substitute of alloy steels with a high fraction of deficit elements.
This work is aimed at:
The second field of carried out work is related to materials for the use in medicine (mainly titanium and its alloys).
These studies comprise:
The third area of research is related to development of methods for computer modelling of engineering materials mechanical properties.
The Department staff take part in the implementation of research projects of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (ordered and proprietary projects) and participate in projects carried out together by the Institute of Materials Science, Silesian University of Technology in Katowice, Rzeszów University of Technology, WSK "PZL – Rzeszów", BHH „MIKROMED” in Dąbrowa Górnicza and also by the "PRO-DOŚ" Production-Experimental Plant in Bolesław.
The Department offers testing services in the field of:
The Department has a possibility to prepare samples from the material delivered by customers.
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