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P. Kollar, M. Mojzeš and M. Vaľko

Deformation of earth's surface caused loading of tall building

Tall buildings can cause deformations of the earth's crust for long distances from the area of their realization. Monitoring the deformation of tall big buildings from geodetic networks realised near the building can also have deformations from this point of view, and analysis of the measurements can result in false conclusions. The loading effect of the earth crust must be excluded from the measurement parameters. The paper presents a model computation of the loading effect produced by tall buildings constructed of simple geometric forms on the earth's crust.

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R. Bureš, M. Strečková, M. Fáberová, P. Kollár and J. Füzer

Abstract

Powder metallurgy has grown with the expansion of various industry. Automotive industry had the most strong influence. Today, more than 90% of PM products are used in the transportation industry. Development of new materials such as magnetic materials is expected to meet the new trends of automotive industry, electric and hybrid vehicles.

Soft magnetic composites (SMC) are PM materials based on ferromagnetic powder particles covered by electric insulation layer. Concept of SMC’s and PM technologies offer possibility to become faster, use higher frequencies, become smaller and denser, save more energy, achieving high permeability and lower core loss in high frequency region, which is required for soft magnetic materials. Investigation of correlations among compaction parameters, inner structure, magnetic and mechanical properties are presented.