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Design of Microfluidic Device and Measurements of MPWM for Single Cell /Particle Manipulation

) IEEE (2012) 1-2. [12] Ardeleanu, M., Ivan, I. A., & Despa, V.. Rapid prototyping technologies used for a microgripper frameworks fabrication. The Romanian Review Precision Mechanics, Optics & Mechatronics, 44 (2013) 89-91. [13] Ainla, A., Gözen, I., Orwar, O., & Jesorka, A. A microfluidic diluter based on pulse width flow modulation. Analytical chemistry, 81(13)(2009) 5549. [14] Unger, M., Lee, S. S., Peter, M., & Koeppl, H. Pulse width modulation of liquid flows: Towards dynamic control of cell microenvironments. In The 15th International

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Theoretical Model Used in Monitoring the Losses from Water Networks Due to Water Control Measurement Batteries

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According to the IWA norms, the water loss category includes also the apparent loss water due to measurement errors of the water meters used at the connections. This paper presents the experimental results obtained during two years of registrations in TARGOVISTE’s Water Company network. A program for verifying the water meters used for connections has been implemented according to a statistical distribution, depending on the number of appliances and their dimensions. Using a theoretical simulation model, calibrated on the basis of the actual reference flows measured on the metrology approved measuring stand, a procedure was developed to assess the level of deviations in the fully metered water distribution network. Depending on the values of deviations and flows actually recorded by the meters in the distribution network, it was possible to estimate the percentage of the losses from the actually used water meters.

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Analysis of Internal Defects Appeared in the Continuous Casting

, Ironmaking and Steelmaking 1991 Vol. 24 NO. 3 p.249 [13] Y. Tanizawa, Factors of decarburation in continuous casting of ulc steels and the remedies. Camp Isij, vol. 4, 1991, p. 257. [14] Ghe. Ioniţă, E.V.Stoian, Heat flow in solidification, Buletinul Universităţii Petrol-Gaze din Ploieşti,ISSN 1224-8495, 87-92, 2006. [15] K.Koyama, Y.Nagano, K.Nagano, T.Nagano, Physicochemical properties of powders used for continuous casting, N.S.T.R. nr. 34, July 1987. [16] Yu, X., Pomfret, R. J., Coley, K. S. Dissolving

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Determination of Overall Heat Transfer Coefficient by Simple Thermal Analyze

aluminum alloy A356 solidification cast in cylindrical permanent molds, Revista Matéria, v. 13, n. 2, pp. 294 – 303, 2008 [4] Konopka Z., Łągiewka M., Zyska A.: Evaluation of the heat transfer coefficient at the metal-mould interface during flow, Archives of Foundry Engineering, Volume 7, Issue 4/2007, 101-104 [5] Ulkarni S.N. K., Adhakrishna D.K. R: Effect of casting/mould interfacial heat transfer during solidification of aluminium alloys cast in CO 2 -sand mould, Materials Science-Poland, 29(2), 2011, pp. 135-142 [6] Jabbari M., Fardi Ilkhchy A

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Compaction Behaviour Modelling of Metal-Ceramic Powder Mixtures. A Review

Thesis, Micromechanics of Powder Compaction, Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, 2015. [42] S. Shima, M. Oyane, Plasticity theory for porous metals, Int. J. Mech. Sci., 18 (1976) 285- 291 [43] A. L. Gurson, Continuum Theory of Ductile Rupture by Void Nucleation and Growth: Part I-Yield Criteria and Flow Rules for Porous Ductile Media, ASME J. Eng. Mater. Technol., 99 (1977) 2-15. [44] M. F. Moreno, C. J. R. González Oliver, Densification of Al powder and Al-Cu matrix composite (reinforced with 15% Saffil short

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