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Mariusz J. Ligarski

REFERENCES [1] M. Jackson. Systems methodology for the management sciences . Plenum Press, New York, 1990. [2] M.C. Jackson. Systems thinking: Holism for managers . Wiley, Chichester, 2003. [3] R. Floor and M. Jackson. Creative problem solving: Total systems intervention . Wiley, Chichester, 1991. [4] J.P. Kawalek. “Systems thinking and knowledge management: positional assertions and preliminary observations”, Systems Research and Behavioral Science , no 21, 2004, pp. 17-36. [5] M.J. Ligarski. „Ocena systemu zarządzania jakością

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Subhas Chandra Moi, Pradip Kumar Pal, Asish Bandyopadhyay and Ramesh Rudrapati

. [6] M. Ragavendran, N. Chandrasekhar, R. Ravikumar, R. Saxena, M. Vasudevan, A. K. Bhaduri. Optimization of hybrid laser - TIG welding of 316LN steel using response surface methodology (RSM). Optics and Lasers in Engineering 2017 (94), 27 - 36. [7] P. Élesztős, R. Jančo, V. Voštiar. Optimization of welding process using a genetic algorithm. Journal of Mechanical Engineering - Strojnícky časopis 2018 (68), No 2, 17 - 24. [8] D. Santha Rao, N. Ramanaiah. Process parameters optimization for producing AA6061/TiB2 composites by friction

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Jekaterīna Nazarova and Anatolijs Borodiņecs

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This study describes the cult buildings, properties and specifics of the cult building microclimate-related problems, based on the statutory requirements, also considering optimal parameters of the air. This study presents the results of indoor air monitoring in the cult building. The proposed methodology was evaluated in Riga All Saints Orthodox Church. During the evaluation, practical measurements of indoor air quality were taken. The recommendations for improvement of temperature/ moisture conditions were presented.

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K. Kasza, Ł. Malinowski and I. Królikowski

. Myers G.N. and Montgomery D.C. (202): Response Surface Methodology, 2nd edition. - John Wiley & Sons. Raithby G.D. and Chui E.H. (1990): A Finite-Volume Method for Predicting a Radiant Heat Transfer in Enclosures with Participating Media. - J. Heat Transfer, 112:415-423. Spalart P. and Allmaras S. (1992): A one-equation turbulence model for aerodynamic flows. - Technical Report AIAA-92-0439, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Tadeusiewicz R. (1993): Sieci Neuronowe (Neural Networks). - Academic

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Mallipudi Srinivasa Rao and Nallu Ramanaiah

, G. Panoutsos, S. Cater. A real time quality monitoring framework for steel friction stir welding using computational intelligence. Journal of Manufacturing Processes 2015 (20), Part 1, 137 - 148. [19] R. Myers. Response Surface Methodology, Edwards Brothers, Ann Arbor, MI, 1976. [20] S. Ikeshita, A. Strodahs, Z. Saghi, K. Yamada, P. Burdet, S. Hata, K. - I. Ikeda, P.A. Midgley, K. Kaneko. Hardness and microstructural variation of Al-Mg-Mn-Sc-Zr alloy. Micron 2016 (82), 1 - 8. [21] D. Yu-lu, Q. Jian, X. Dan, C. Xue

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W. Kacalak, Z. Budniak and F. Szafraniec

] Woronkowicz A. and Wachla D. (2014): A generative cad model of a worm gear meshing . – Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology, Series Transport, vol.82, pp.291-300 (in Polish). [17] Skawiński P., Siemiński P. and Pomianowski R. (2011): A method to generate solid body models of the bevel gear teeth by means of the simulation software in the 3D CAD system . – Mechanic, No.11, pp.922-924 (in Polish). [18] Twardoch K. (2014): Digital geometric modelling of teeth profile by using CAD methodology . – Scientific Journal of Silesian University of

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Sabina Irimie, Luminiţa Doina Pricope (Muntean), Sorin Pricope and Sabin Ioan Irimie

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This work presents a research of methodology in occupational stress analyse in the educational field, as a part of a larger study. The objectives of the work are in finding accents in existence of significant relations between stressors and effects, meaning the differences between the indicators of occupational stress to teaching staff in primary and gymnasium school, taking notice of each specific condition: the institution as an entity, the working community, the discipline he/she is teaching others, the geographic and administrative district (urban/rural) and the quantification of stress level.

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N. Nandi, Roy Chowdhury and S.C. Dutta

Purohit D.G. (2000): Failure philosophy of embankment dams. - Proceedings of 2000 IGC the Millennium Conference, Mumbai, India. [13] Huang T.K. (1996): Stability analysis of an earth dam under steady state seepage. - Comput. Struct., vol.58, No.6, pp.1075-1082. [14] Zeghal M. and Abdel-Ghaffar A.M. (1992): Local-global finite element analysis of the seismic response of earth dams. - Comput. Struct., vol.42, No.4, pp.569-580. [15] Sarkar P., Dutta S.C. and Nandi N. (2003): A critical review of dam analysis methodologies

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Z. Budniak and T. Bil

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This article presents the use of the potential of the present-day CAD/CAE systems in modelling and a kinematic analysis of a spatial five-membered lever mechanism 5R. A simulation model was developed. On the grounds of the methodology developed, numerical analysis was conducted. The results of the analysis are presented in diagrams.

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Michael Pace

. Available from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No. 1287814661) Budzier, A. and Flyvbjerg, B. (2013). Making sense of the impact and importance of outliers in project management through the use of power laws. Paper presented at International Research Network on Organizing by Projects, 11th . Retrieved from http://eureka.sbs.ox.ac.uk/4745/1/Budzier_and_Flyvbjerg.pdf Charvat, J. (2003). Project management methodologies: Selecting, implementing and supporting methodologies and processes for projects . New York:Wiley. Cockburn, A. (2004