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Milling Of Shaped Grooves – Profile Of Form Tools

References [1] Pilc, J., Podkonicky, M.: Jigs and tools - Pripravky a nastroje. Zilina: VŠDS. 1991. ISBN 80-7100-043-4 [2] Czan, A., Neslusan, M.: Hard-to-machine materials – Tazkoobrabatelne materialy. Zilina: EDIS 2005. ISBN 80-969395-2-1 [3] Cutter tools . online: 2008-03-15. [4] Vasilko, K.: Theory and practice of machining . Presov: FVT 2009. ISBN 978-80-553-0152-5 [5] Stancekova, D., Cep, R.: Support of workforce qualification improvement in the field of modern technologies of

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Influence of Tool Balancing in High Speed Machining

.W.; Mitchell, B.J. (2008)The Basic of Balancing, Balance Technology Inc. Haimer (2009) Manual Haimer Tool Dynamic ISO 1940/1 (2003) Mechanical vibration. Balance quality requirements for rotors in a constant (rigid) state. Kováč, M.; Zvončan, M.; Peterka, J. (2011) Influence of tool balancing on machined surface quality in High Speed Machining, Journal of Production Engineering, vol. 15 (1), p. 11-14. ISSN : 1863-7353 Layne, M.H. (2007) Detecting and Correcting Unbalance in Toolholders for High

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Situational Methodology as Multifaceted Pedagogical Tool of Influence on the Formation of Socio-Ethical Values of Future Managers-Economists in Higher Schools of Ukraine and Germany


The role and importance of situational methodology as one of the pedagogical tools of influence on the formation of socio-ethical values of future managers in higher schools of Ukraine and Germany have been theoretically substantiated. The possibilities of situational methodology influence on the formation of socio-ethical values of students - future managers of economic sphere in higher schools of Ukraine and Germany - have been revealed. The most important functions of the interaction of a future manager with staff have been considered. Special pedagogical factors which have an impact on students’ understanding of socio-ethical peculiarities of professional activity have been analyzed. Professionally directed situations as one of the important pedagogical mechanisms that contribute to enhancing the socio-ethical activity of the students have been considered as well as their ability to participate in meaningful, professional interaction on the basis of professional activity in deterministic situations. It has been proved that the formation of socio-ethical values by means of applying situational methodology requires modeling of situations that would activate students on finding and explaining the so-called socio-ethical and pedagogical factors that occur in professional activity. Direct and inverse relationship between the personality of a future manager and socio-ethical values of a personality in the profession of manager has been revealed. It has been proved that the managerial socio-ethical values is a reflection of a system of ethical knowledge and practical recommendations which regulate the activities of individuals in the professional community and is aimed at receiving maximum efficiency from the economic activity. In this regard two components - the professionalization of students and the formation of their socio-ethical values - make up quite multifaceted educational-upbringing process in higher schools of Ukraine as well as of Germany

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Thinking Through Tools: What Can Tool-Use Tell Us About Distributed Cognition?

REFERENCES Baber, C. (2003). Cognition and tool use: Forms of engagement in animal and human tool use. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. Baber, C. (2006). Cognitive aspects of tool use. Applied Ergonomics , 37 , 3–15. Baber, C., Cengiz, T. G., & Parekh, M. (2014). Tool use as distributed cognition: How tools help, hinder and define manual skill. Frontiers in Psychology , 5 , Article 116, 1–14. Baber, C., Cengiz, T. G., Starke, S., & Parekh, M., (2015a). Objective classification of performance in the use of a piercing saw in jewellery making

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Highly Productive Tools For Turning And Milling

machinability of ceramic Materials by turning. Manufacturing Technology, Vol. 14, No. 1, 2014. ISSN 1213-2489 [11] Stephenson, D. A., Agapiou, J. S.: Metal Cutting Theory and Practice. New York: Taylor & Francis, 2006, pp. 846, ISBN 0-8247-5888-9 [12] Vasilko, K., Macurová, A.: Two local extremes of cutting speed. Manufacturing Technology, 2012, Vol. 12, No. 13, pp. 75-79, ISSN 1213-2489 [13] Vasilko, K., Mádl, J.: Teorie obrábění. UJEP: Ústí nad Labem, 2012, 526 s., ISBN 978-80-7814-460-8 [14] Karol Vasilko: Deformation structures and tool wear during

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Fatigue Monitoring Tool for Airline Operators (FMT)

Regulation (EU) No 83/2014 . [Online]. Available: [6] International Civil Aviation Organization, Fatigue Risk Management Systems: Manual for Regulators . Canada, Montreal, Quebec: ICAO, 2012. [Online]. Available: [Accessed: December 19, 2017]. [7] P. Gander, L. Hartley, D. Powell, P. Cabon, E. Hitchcock, A. Mills, and S. Popkin, “Fatigue Risk Management

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Tool Life Reliability of Indexable Cutting Inserts

References [1] P. ASTAKHOV, Viktor. The assessment of cutting tool wear. International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture. 2004, č. 44. [2] NESLUSAN M, et. al. Experimentalni metody v triskovem obrabeni. Zilina: EDIS Zilina, 2007. ISBN 978-80-8070-711-8. [3] CERNAK. Tool-life Tests of Inserts. Ostrava: Department of Machining and Assembly. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, VŠB -Technical University Ostrava, 2007, Graduation thesis, head: Ing. Robert Čep, Ph.D., MSc. [4] CEP, R.; NESLUSAN, M

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Influence of Cutting Environment on Tool Life

References: 1. JURKO, J., 2002. Tool wear mechanisms by machining . [Online]. [2014-11-22]. 2. SECO TOOLS, STÁHL J. E., 2012. Metal cutting – Theories and models. Sweden: Lund University. ISBN 978-91-637-1336-1. 3. NESLUŠAN, M., ČILIKOVÁ, M., 2007. Teória obrábania ( Theory of machining .) Žilina: Žilina University. ISBN 978-80-8070-790-3. 4. VASILKO, K., 2009. Teória a prax trieskového obrábania. ( Theory and praxis of machining .) Prešov: FVT

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Influence of Finish Milling Strategies on the Tool Wear

References 1. M. FONTAINE, A. DEVILLEZ, A. MOUFKI, D. DUDZINSKI. 2007. Modeling of cutting forces in ball end milling with tool surface inclination, Part II. Influence of cutting conditions, run-out, ploughing and inclination angle. J. Mater. Process. Technol ., 189 (1–3), pp. 85–89. 2. A. DAYMI, M. BOUJELBENE, J.M. LINARES, E. BAYRAKTAR, A. BEN AMARA. 2009. Influence of workpiece inclination angle on the surface roughness in ball end milling of the titanium alloy Ti–6Al–4V. J. Achiev. Mater. Manuf. Eng ., 35 (1), pp. 79–86. 3. C

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E-learning Portal Tools for Medical Education

., Kowalewski, W., Roszak, M., & Kołodziejczak, B. (2012). Building Digital Content for E-Learning. Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Competence. In E. Smyrnova-Trybulska (Ed.), E-learning for Societal Needs (pp. 201–212). Katowice–Cieszyn, Poland: Studio Noa. Roszak, M., Kołodziejczak, B., Kowalewski, W., & Ren-Kurc, A. (2014). Academic blended learning – competences and tools. International Journal of Continuing Engineering Education and Life-Long Learning , 24(3/4), 286–301. Roszak, M., Kołodziejczak, B., Kowalewski, W., & Ren-Kurc, A. (in

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