Dora Krznarić, Bernarda Lenkert, Ana Puljko, Slaven Jurić, Marko Vinceković and Sanja Kajić
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Amjad Pirotti, Abolfazl Keshavarzsaleh, F. A. Mohd Rahim and Norhanim Zakaria
Although success is a word that encapsulates a general and wide idea and it is challenging to provide a definite and a consensus definition from all individuals concerned, for many years, there has been a growing interest in identification of the success factors and the relationship with project success. In this research, the main objective investigates the relationship between top management, project mission, personnel, communication and Schedule/Plan and project success in construction industry in Malaysia. A survey was conducted among Managers and Employees of construction companies registered with Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) of Malaysia and the correlation and regression analysis was carried out in order to test the hypotheses of the study. Key areas are now offered that practitioners and academics should further explore to contribute to the knowledge body on project success and to explore in more details which factors affect project success in construction industry in Malaysia.
The Romanian natural gas market is still in its infancy regarding the manners in which the demand and supply match. We are frequently talking about market liquidity or about its dynamic behavior, without considering the monthly losses of the national natural gas system operator that derive from the very lack of matching the supply and demand. The present article proposes a method of overlaying the two in a manner that is feasible for the Romanian natural gas market of 2017, a method that will encapsulate the usage of OBAs (operational balancing agreements) in correlation with a model of allocating the demand and supply as a restricted all-pairs shortest path problem. Based on authors experience, five main variables will be examined: point-of-entry (location and time), volume, time and location of delivery, as well as other sets of data that are particular to this sector. This article will tackle the area of usability of OBAs between suppliers and the degrees of sustainability that such a model offers for clients, therefore the resilience of the system will be analyzed through an optimized transfer of information and accessibility to assets. Due to the complex nature of demand in energy markets and the different requirements set by clients, in which an energy resource can be requested by different sets of users, we will conceive a model that can be applied for natural gas, but also for electric energy production and industrial clients. The scope of this endeavor is to create a tool that will minimize the monthly losses of the national natural gas system operator, as well as its distributors, by allocating, in a fair and unbiased way, the responsibility of fulfilling the requested demand in a certain time unit.
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analysis in this section and provide the exact questions asked in the CIS 2008–2010 in Appendix 1 . Product innovation is composed of firms which introduce new to market and new to firm innovations. Specifically, we argue that a firm has introduced a product innovation if it has introduced a new or significantly improved good or service. It does not matter whether this product was already being supplied to the market by their competitors. This definition encapsulates both new to market and new to firm innovation. New to market innovation is defined as the introduction
what is involved in organisational phenomena as they unfold ( Sandberg and Dall’Alba, 2010 ). However, it also encapsulates the grounding of these micro activities within their wider social context ( Bürgi et al., 2005 ; Palmer and O’Kane, 2007 ), i.e. ‘actors in their micro-situations are not acting in isolation but are drawing upon the regular, socially defined modes of acting that arise from the plural social institutions to which they belong’ ( Jarzabkowski et al., 2007 : 6), thus linking the micro to the macro context ( Oliver and Bürgi, 2005 ; Regner, 2008
Mariana Popescu, Florin Oancea, Elena Radu, Mălina Deșliu-Avram and Călina Petruța Cornea
Natural by-products from vegetable oil industries and spent edible oils from domestic or public food spaces should be recycled to obtain new added value products. Present paper proposed a technical solution for complete valorisation of inedible oilseeds or spent edible oils into bioproducts for nutrition and protection of plants cultivated in conservative organic agrosystems. Pressed cakes resulted from mechanical cold extraction of mustard oil contain residual oil and bioactive compounds which were released using an enzymatic cocktail 1:1 cellulase with proteases coupled with azeotropic solvents into a single Soxhlet extractor. From mustard meal, a solid fraction with glycerol derivatives of fatty acids (56.23% oleate and 17.47% linoleate) decanted from syrup (41.78% xylopyranoside and 48.48% trilinolein) and from mustard cake (76.44% linoleate) in the supernatant, the same oligosaccharide (29.64%) and proteinates (30.18%) in the solid fraction. The total extract was simultaneously concentrated and converted into a bioactive potassium salt emulsion able to encapsulate insectofungicidal natural compounds as bioproducts with agronomical applications.
Tatjana Vujović, Đurđina Ružić and Radosav Cerović
: the first generic cryopreservation protocol for organized plant tissues? Acta Hortic., 908: 157–162, 2011.
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RUŽIĆ, Đ., VUJOVIĆ, T.: Cryopreservation in vitro of blackberry ‘Čačanska Bestrna’ shoot tips by encapsulation dehydration. Acta Hortic., 946: 55–60, 2012.
RUŽIĆ, Đ., VUJOVIĆ, T., CEROVIĆ, R.: In vitro conservation of of two plant species ( Prunus cerasifera Ehrh. and