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Anna Sobocińska and Maciej Sobociński

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Leszek Chybowski and Damian Kazienko

head injuries verification after impact . Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, 431-440. Piotrowski, I., Witkowski, K., 2003. Okrętowe silniki spalinowe . Trademar, Gdynia. Ptak, M., Koziołek, S., Derlukiewicz, D., Słupiński, M., Mysior, M., 2017b. Analysis of the use of biogas as fuel for internal combustion engines . Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, 441-450. Sakow, M., Parus, A., Pajor, M., Miadlicki, K., 2018. Unilateral hydraulic telemanipulation system for operation in machining work area . Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering

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Agata Dudek and Rafał Kobyłecki

, Varazdin, Croatia, 210-215. Leckner, B., Szentannai, P., Winter, F., 2011. Scale-up of fluidized-bed combustion-a review . Fuel, 90(10), 2951-2964. DOI: 10.1016/j.fuel.2011.04.038 Maszke, A., Dwornicka, R., Ulewicz, R., 2018, Problems in the implementation of the lean concept at a steel works – Case study . MATEC Web Conf., 183, art. 01014. DOI: 10.1051/matecconf/201818301014 Mazur, M., Kucharikova, L., Tillova, E., Chalupova, M., 2018. A change of mechanical properties of the self-hardening UNIFONT 90 due to temperature . Mater. Res. Proc., 5, 136

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Máté Zöldy and Imre Zsombók

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During our research, we focus on a less researched area in the development of autonomous vehicles. Automotive industry is turning more and more from conventional, internal combustion engine equipped vehicles to the electric cars. Today, electric driving is mostly limited to urban traffic, this is the area where range and refueling limits can be a real alternative. However, it is important to think of those who intend to use vehicle in longer distances, and hybrid technology can provide them a modern, environmentally conscious way of transport.

In this article, we describe the method of creating the fuel consumption influencing factors matrix, which is the starting point of our research. We studied relevant researches and based on refueling studies we created the matrix. Based on results of real tests, we determined the factor mix that are the basis of our fuel consumption prediction model. These results will be inputs of planning routes of autonomous vehicles with optimized refueling and fuel consumption.

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Alan Vaško and Marek Krynke

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In recent years, the research of nodular cast iron has been focused on increasing fatigue resistence. In the paper, two types of alloyed nodular cast irons have been investigated – SiMo-nodular cast iron alloyed by 4% of silicon and 1% of molybdenum and SiCu-nodular cast iron alloyed by 4% of silicon and 1.5% of copper. SiMo-nodular cast iron is suitable for high-temperature applications, for example the exhaust manifolds of the combustion engines. SiCu-nodular cast iron is used in various components of tribotechnical units. These components are often loaded by fatigue. The mechanical and fatigue behaviour of both nodular cast iron types has been studied by means of tensile test, impact bending test, hardness test and fatigue tests. Fatigue tests were realised at low frequency cyclic push-pull loading up to 10 million cycles. The relationship between the amplitude of stress and number of cycles to failure was investigated and the fatigue strength was determined. Mechanical and fatigue properties of both nodular cast iron types are correlated with the microstructure of specimens.

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Tetiana Tkachenko, Viktor Mileikovskyi and Adam Ujma

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Currently, a very big problem of cities in Europe and the world is air pollution with combustion products of car fuels, generation of heat and electricity. These impurities affect the microclimate of cities significantly. Pollution not only affects the area outside buildings, but getting into their interior through ventilation systems, which has an adverse effect on the indoor environment of buildings. High concentrations of CO 2, cause a weakening of concentration in working people, which affects the deterioration of safety and work efficiency. For assessing air quality improvement on “green roofs”, a field study of CO 2 content has been carried out on the “green roof” of a four-storey building, on a completely identical non-greened building, and on a highway with high-density traffic near them in Kiev. It was found that greening the roof significantly reduces the CO 2 content from 501 ppm on the road and 452 ppm on the roof without protection to 410-415 ppm. It improves the conditions in which people work and rest.

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Renata Dwornicka, Andrii Goroshko and Jacek Pietraszek

. New Trends in Comput. Collective Intelligence, 572, 127-136. Gadek-Moszczak, A., Matusiewicz, P., 2017. Polish Stereology – a Historical Review . Image Anal. Stereol., 36, 207-221. Gnatowski, A., Ulewicz, M., Chyra, M., 2018. Analysis of Changes in Thermomechanical Properties and Structure of Polyamide Modified with Fly Ash from Biomass Combustion . Journal of Polymers and the Environment, 26, 647-654. Guzowski A, Sobczyk A., 2014. Reconstruction of Hydrostatic Drive and Control System Dedicated for Small Mobile Platform . ASME – Fluid Power

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Dariusz Karpisz and Anna Kiełbus

. Proc., 5, 136-141. Misra, S., Maheswaren, M., Hashmi, S., 2017. Security challenges and approaches in internet of things . SpringerBriefs in Electrical and Computer Engineering, 5-52. Opydo, M., Kobylecki, R., Dudek, A., Bis, Z., 2016. The effect of biomass co-combustion in a CFB boiler on solids accumulation on surfaces of P91 steel tube samples . Biomass & Bioenergy 85, 61-68. Osocha, P., Duda, P., Weglowski, B., 2004. Determining temperature and stress changes in thick-walled elements of steam lines . Inz. Chem. Procesowa 25, 2249

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Patrycja Górniak, Andrzej Sobczyk and Janusz Pobędza

processing. Packt Publishing, Birmingham, UK. Opydo, M., Kobyłecki, R., Dudek, A., Bis, Z., 2016. The effect of biomass co-combustion in a CFB boiler on solids accumulation on surfaces of P91 steel tube samples. Biomass & Bioenergy 85, 61-68. Pietraszek, J., 2003. Response surface methodology at irregular grids based on Voronoi scheme with neural network approximator . In: Rutkowski L., Kacprzyk J. (eds) Neural Networks and Soft Computing. Advances in Soft Computing, vol. 19. Physica, Heidelberg, 250-255, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-7908-1902-1_35. Pietraszek, J