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The article presents the results of tests of the tribological properties of a bearing alloy on a tin matrix (B89) after surface modification by means of friction stir processing (FSP) with a Whorl tool. The samples were processed using two tool speeds of 280 and 580 RPM and a constant linear speed of 355 mm/min. The obtained results proved the significant influence of FSP on both the morphology of the precipitates and the investigated properties. Changes in the nature and course of frictiondoi:10.3390/ma14102627 pmid:34067924 fatcat:2ssmfnjaofburfjo22rxumtxn4