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João Luiz do Vale | Engineering and Technology | Best Researcher Award

Dr João Luiz do Vale, UTFPR, Brazil

João Luiz do Vale, born on June 24, 1980, in Curitiba/PR, Brazil, is an accomplished mechanical engineer specializing in tribology and materials engineering 🌟. He holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná (UTFPR) 🎓, where he is a dedicated professor 🧑‍🏫. With extensive experience in the metal-mechanical industry, João has contributed significantly to research on surface treatments and the tribological behavior of cast irons, as well as the application of finite element methods in machine elements 🛠️.

Publication profile

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Education

From 2014 to 2016, He pursued a PhD in Mechanical and Materials Engineering at the Federal University of Technology – Paraná (UTFPR), Curitiba, Brazil, focusing on the influence of cast iron microstructure on folded metal occurrence and the tribological behavior of honed surfaces 🏫. My dissertation, supervised by Giuseppe Pintaude with co-advisor Carlos Henrique da Silva, emphasized friction, wear, and honing 📚. Prior, He completed a Master’s degree (2013-2014) on the tribological behavior of PTFE sliding against stainless steel without lubrication, also at UTFPR, under Carlos Henrique da Silva’s guidance 🛠️. Since 2014, I’ve been a full-time professor at UTFPR, teaching courses such as Technical Drawing and Mechanical Elements 📐👨‍🏫.

Research focus

João Luiz do Vale’s research primarily focuses on tribology, the study of friction, wear, and lubrication of interacting surfaces in relative motion. His work encompasses a variety of applications, including the performance of lubricants, the tribological behavior of different materials, and the impact of additives. He has extensively studied the friction coefficients, wear resistance, and tribological properties of materials like graphite and bronze-filled PTFE, as well as cast irons used in cylinder liners. His research contributes to improving material performance and durability in mechanical systems, particularly in automotive and industrial applications. 🛠️🧪🔍

Publication top notes

Techniques for mitigating the checkerboard formation: application in bone remodeling simulations

Impact of ethanol on lubricant additive performance at Piston Ring-Cylinder Liner Interface

Energetic coefficient of friction applied to cylinder liners lab tests

Kinetic friction coefficient modeling and uncertainty measurement evaluation for a journal bearing test apparatus

Effect of Graphite and Bronze Fillers on PTFE Tribological Behavior: A Commercial Materials Evaluation

Tribological performance assessment of lamellar and compacted graphite irons in lubricated ring-on-cylinder test

Evaluation of the error of the light beam incidence on concave surfaces in 3D roughness parameters using optical interferometry

Comparison of scratch resistance of lamellar and compacted graphite irons used in cylinder liners

Effect of graphite on folded metal occurrence in honed surfaces of grey and compacted cast irons

 

João Luiz do Vale | Engineering and Technology | Best Researcher Award

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