Paweł Lochyński, DSc., Eng.,

Paweł Lochyński, DSc., Eng., graduated from the Faculty of Chemistry of the Wrocław University of Technology in 2007. In 2013, he obtained the degree of Doctor of Sciences. He is employed at the Institute of Environmental Engineering of the Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences. Specialisation – Technical electrochemistry and corrosion, industrial wastewater treatment. Paweł Lochyński conducts research in laboratory scale at the Faculty Environmental Research Laboratory at the University as well as in techno

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Publications

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Electropolishing of Stainless Steel in Laboratory and Industrial Scale
Electropolishing of Stainless Steel in Laboratory and Industrial Scale, , , , , , , , ,

2019-en
Environmental health risk posed by contamination of the individual water wells
Environmental health risk posed by contamination of the individual water wells, , , , , , 2018-en
Comparison of electropolished 316L steel samples manufactured by SLM and traditional technology
Comparison of electropolished 316L steel samples manufactured by SLM and traditional technology, , , , , , , 2018-en
Electrochemical reduction of industrial baths used for electropolishing of stainless steel
Electrochemical reduction of industrial baths used for electropolishing of stainless steel, , , , , , , , , ,

2018-en
Portable analyzer for on-site determination of dissolved organic carbon—development and field testing
Portable analyzer for on-site determination of dissolved organic carbon—development and field testing, , , , , , , , , , ,

2018-en
Investigations of reconstruction of passivation layer on stainless steel surface using AFM-based techniques
Investigations of reconstruction of passivation layer on stainless steel surface using AFM-based techniques, , , , , , ,

2018-en
Surface morphology and passive film composition after pickling and electropolishing
Surface morphology and passive film composition after pickling and electropolishing, , , , , , , , 2017-en
Electrochemical study of 4-chloro-3-methylphenol on anodically pretreated boron-doped diamond electrode in the absence and presence of a cationic surfactant.
Electrochemical study of 4-chloro-3-methylphenol on anodically pretreated boron-doped diamond electrode in the absence and presence of a cationic surfactant., , , , , , , , , 2016-en
Improvement of the stainless steel electropolishing process by organic additives
Improvement of the stainless steel electropolishing process by organic additives, , , , , ,

2016-en
Electropolishing of a stainless steel [Elektropolerowenia stali chromowo-niklowej]
Electropolishing of a stainless steel [Elektropolerowenia stali chromowo-niklowej], , 2013-en
BAT for electrochemical processing of stainless steels installation
BAT for electrochemical processing of stainless steels installation, , 2012-en
Effect of bath exploitation on steel electropolishing process efficiency. [Wpływ eksploatacjl kapieli fosforanowo-siarczanowej na skuteczność procesu elektropolerowania stali 304]
Effect of bath exploitation on steel electropolishing process efficiency. [Wpływ eksploatacjl kapieli fosforanowo-siarczanowej na skuteczność procesu elektropolerowania stali 304], , , 2012-en

Contact

 

 

 

The Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Geodesy

Institute of Environmental Engineering

Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences

Address:
pl. Grunwaldzki 24,
50-363 Wrocław

Project assumptions

The overall goal of the project is to develop an innovative multifactor mathematical model enabling monitoring of bath contamination used in the electropolishing process of austenitic stainless steels. This model will allow optimization and reduction of process costs and will have an impact on reducing environmental pollution during electrolytic polishing of austenitic stainless steels.

The final outcome of the project will consist in the development of a method of monitoring the gradual contamination of the electropolishing bath.

Team

The team deals with research in the field of electrochemistry, wastewater treatment, monitoring and optimization of processes in laboratory and industrial conditions. The diverse experience of individual members of the IonsMonit team is its strength.

 


 

Project: “A pioneering model for monitoring pollution of electropolishing process baths (IonsMonit)” financed by the National Center for Research and Development as part of the Lider programme.

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