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Residual Stresses - Engineering Notes

Ronaldo Cozza

University Center FEI – Educational Foundation of Ignatius “Padre Sabóia de Medeiros”

Dr. Cozza conducted his Programs Master Degree and Doctor Degree in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and he finished the Post-Doctorate in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering. all at the University of São Paulo. Nowadays, Ronaldo Câmara Cozza works as Titular Professor in two Universities.

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Tribology Wear Thin Films Thin Films Deposition PVD Coatings CVD Coatings Welding Heat Treatment Thermochemical Treatment Rolling Extrusion Forging

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In many engineering situations, residual stresses – together with active external loads – can cause the mechanical components to become unusable at an early stage of work. On the other hand, depending on their nature – if “tensile” or “compressive” – and their magnitude, residual stresses can also be beneficial, exemplifying compressive residual stresses acting on thin films, which increase their wear resistance. Thereby, observing the influence – harmful or beneficial – that the residual stresses have on the working behavior of mechanical components, the purpose of this book is to report the occurrence and implications of such stresses in the fields of tribology, thin films, metallurgical manufacturing processes, and mechanical manufacturing processes. In this context, aspects related to the tribological behavior of materials are included, in which residual stresses can impose significant influence, in addition to conditions related to the deposition of thin films, which also cause the occurrence of residual stresses; additionally, sections referring to welding, casting, heat treatments, thermochemical treatments, rolling, extrusion, forging, sheet metal stamping, milling and turning processes, among others, are included, due to the generation of residual stresses in the subsequently manufactured products.

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Ronaldo Cozza

University Center FEI – Educational Foundation of Ignatius “Padre Sabóia de Medeiros”

Ronaldo Câmara Cozza received the titles of Mechanical Engineering by University Center FEI – Educational Foundation of Ignatius “Padre Sabóia de Medeiros” in 2002 and Mathematical by Methodist University of São Paulo, in 2005. He conducted his Programs of Master Degree and Doctor Degree in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo – 2006 e 2011, respectively; in 2015, he finished the Post-Doctorate in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, also in the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo. Nowadays, Ronaldo Câmara Cozza works as Titular Professor in two Universities: University Center FEI – Educational Foundation of Ignatius “Padre Sabóia de Medeiros” – Departments of Mechanical and Materials – and CEETEPS – State Center of Technological Education “Paula Souza” – Department of Mechanical Manufacturing – both in São Paulo State – Brazil, teaching “Technical Drawing”, “Mechanical Processes of Manufacturing”, “Machine Kinematics and Dynamics” and “Tribology”. Since 2003, Prof. R.C. Cozza researches the fundamentals and tribological behavior of materials under conditions of micro-abrasive wear.

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