Adilson Costa Metallurgical Engineer, D. Sc. Applied Tribology

Graduado em Engenharia Metalúrgica pela Escola de Minas da Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto (1978) e doutorado em Métallurgie Structurale – Université de Paris XI (Paris-Sud) (1986). Pós-doutoramento, enquanto bolsista do CNPq, no Instituto Superior Técnico da Universidade Técnica de Lisboa no período de 1995-1996. Professor Visitante na Universidade de Valenciennes – França (2003), na Universidade de Bordeaux 3 – França (2005), na Universidade de Sevilha – Espanha (2009) e na Universidade de Leoben – Áustria (2017). Visitante estagiário na ThyssenKrupp Steel Europe (Duisburg- Alemanha-2017). Atualmente é Professor Convidado do Programa de Pós Graduação REDEMAT-UFOP-UEMG. Tem experiência na área de Engenharia de Materiais e Metalúrgica, com ênfase em Engenharia de Superfícies, particularmente no desenvolvimento e caracterização de materiais resistentes ao desgaste para a indústria mínero metalúrgica, metalmecânica, dentre outras.


  • A Compatibilização da Indústria Mineral em Regiões Ambientalmente Sensíveis

    Abstract: Concepts of compatibilization between mining industry and environment are presented to contribute for the establishment of a theoretical and applied framework for conservation and preservation practices in areas with environmental restrictions. Due to the social and environmental pressures that are increasingly affecting most mining projects, those procedures, which now may be considered as special,

    13 de August de 2021
  • Nondestructive remote tests.

    Non-destructive tests are among the main tools for quality control and material inspection and are widely applied in sectors such as the nuclear, petroleum / petrochemical, aerospace, steel, naval, electromechanical and paper and cellulose industries. These contribute to the quality of goods and services, cost reduction, accident prevention, environmental preservation,

    22 de February de 2021
  • Do you know the piezoelectric effect and its applications?

    The piezoelectric effect was discovered by Pierre1 and Jacques2 Curie in 1880. The two researchers carried out an experiment that consisted of cutting a crystalline sheet of quartz and then applying mechanical loads to the two opposite faces of that blade, over and over again. After the application of the forces, the appearance of electrical charges was observed; a positive face

    February 8, 2021

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