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M. Michalczuk, L.M. Grzesiak and B. Ufnalski

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Maik Leska, Harald Aschemann, Michael Melzer and Michael Meinert

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Josef Břoušek, Martin Bukvic and Pavel Jandura

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ACIM Alternating Current Induction Motor AF- Axial Flux Electric Machine BEV Battery Electric Vehicle BMS Battery Management System DCT Dual Clutch Transmission DMDS Dual Motor Drive System Li–Ion Lithium – Ion technology MST Multi – Speed Transmission NCA Nickel Cobalt Aluminum NEDC New European Driving Cycle NMC Nickel Manganese Cobalt PCM Phase Change Material PMSM Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machine RF- Radial Flux Electric Machine SST Single – Speed Transmission AWD All Wheel Drive REFERENCES

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Marek Žák, Jiří Čupera and Martin Fajman

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Dariusz Boguszewski, Małgorzata Buda, Jakub Grzegorz Adamczyk and Dariusz Białoszewski

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Introduction. The high demands imposed by judo with regard to physical fitness can predispose athletes practising this sport to injury. The aim of the current study was to determine the relationship between the degree of functional limitations and performance outcomes in judo athletes. Material and methods. The study involved 23 judo athletes aged 17-27 years. For the purpose of carrying out comparative analyses, the judokas were divided into two groups according to their level of achievement. The first group consisted of medallists in international tournaments and Polish championships, and the second group was composed of non-medallists. The research tool used was the Functional Movement Screen test battery, which included seven exercise tests whose performance was rated on a scale from 0 to 3. Relationships between variables were assessed using Spearman’s rho correlation coefficients. Inter-group differences were determined by means of the Mann-Whitney U test, and differences between the left and right side of the body in bilateral tests were examined using the Wilcoxon test (statistical significance was set at p ≤ 0.05). Results. The total score for the FMS test was significantly higher (p < 0.05) in judo athletes who had a higher level of achievement. Scores below 14 points, which were indicative of high susceptibility to injury, were received by two athletes from the group of medallists and 8 non-medallists. Major asymmetries were not found in the subjects; significant differences were observed only in the shoulder mobility test in senior judokas (p < 0.05) and non-medallists (p < 0.01). Conclusions. Judo athletes who had better performance outcomes in competitions had higher scores in the FMS test. Functional limitations can have an impact on the outcomes of performance in judo; their degree is indicative of the quality of the movement as well as of susceptibility to injury.

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Hessamoddin Jouybari-Moghaddam

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Tanja P. Kuneva, Diana B. Apostolova, Zlatka B. Stoyneva, Aneta B. Ivanova, Vladimira V. Boyadzhieva and Kristina A. Yosifcheva

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Przemysław Komarnicki

, Archives of Electrical Engineering 54(212): 205-224 (2005). [31] Heuer J., Komarnicki P., Styczynski Z.A., Integration of electrical vehicles into the smart grid in the Harz.EE-mobility research project, IEEE Power and Energy Society General Meeting, no. 6039147 (2011). [32] Rothgang S., Rogge M., Becker J., Sauer D.U., Battery design for successful electrification in public transport, Energies 8(7): 6715-6737 (2015). [33] Ren G., Ma G., Cong N., Review of electrical energy storage system for vehicular applications

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Jagoda Walowska and Eugeniusz Bolach

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Jacob K. Akintunde, Ganiyu Oboh and Akintunde A. Akindahunsi

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