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Ioan Sabin Sopa and Marcel Pomohaci

systems specify to the training in military pentathlon. The 23rd International Conference Knowledge-Based Organization , Vol. XXII, No. 1 , Sibiu, România: “Nicolae Bălcescu” Land Forces Academy Publishing House. Epuran, M. (2001). Psihologia sportului de performanţă. Bucureşti: FEST, 324-336. Harman, E. A. et al. (2008). Prediction of simulated battlefield physical performance from field-expedient tests. U.S. National Library of Military Medicine, Vol. 173 , 36-41. Jeong, C. S. (2006). Characteristics of performance-related physical fitness and

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Ana Rita Passos, Bruno Sousa and António Azevedo

focus of study, the need and interest to understand and distinguish some concepts that sometimes can be mistaken arises. In this regard, brand identity, as a concept of the issuer, which seeks to answer the question ‘ what the brand is ’, deriving from a physical aspect, as well as the character and values of the brand, are mentioned. By contrast, the image results from the receiver, more precisely how the brand is identified. Likewise, well known is a concept of the receiver that is, however, associated with the storage of the brand name. Finally, the position is

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Asep Hermawan, Husna Leila Yusran and Asri Nugrahanti

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Barbara Mazur and Marta Mazur-Małek

Ottawa Charter. Plos Journals , [online], Available: [17 March 2017]. Dailey, S.L. and Zhu, Y. (2016) Communicating Health at Work: Organizational Wellness Programs as Identity Bridges. Health Communication , 32(3), pp. 261–268. Dodge, R., Daly, A.P., Huyton, J. and Sanders, L.D. (2012) The challenge of defining wellbeing. International Journal of Wellbeing , 2(3), pp. 222–235. Edmunds, S., Stephenso, S. and Clow, A. (2013) The effects of a physical activity intervention

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Balwant Samra and Anna Wos

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Agnieszka Chwialkowska

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Maja Strugar Jelača, Radmila Bjekić and Bojan Leković

. (2005) Examining the relationship of leadership and physical distance with business unit performance. The Leadership Quarterly, 16, 273−285. Jaworski, B. & Kohli, A. (1993) Market orientation: Antecedents and Consequences. Journal of Marketing, 57, 53-70. Jung, D.I., Chow, C. & Wu, A. (2003) The role of transformational leadership in enhancing organizational innovation: Hypotheses and some preliminary findings. The Leadership Quarterly, 14, 525-544. Judge, T. A. & Piccolo, R. F. (2004). Transformational and transactional

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Odunayo Magret Olarewaju, Stephen Oseko Migiro and Mabutho Sibanda

Asian Journal of Macroeconomics and Public Finance, 3 (2): 195-220. David, T., Ginglinger, E. (2016) When cutting dividends is not bad news: The case of optional stock dividends. Journal of Corporate Finance, 40 , 174-191. DeAngelo, H., DeAngelo, L., Stulz, R. M. (2006) Dividend policy and the earned/contributed capital mix: a test of the life-cycle theory. Journal of financial Economics, 81 (2): 227-254. Dhamala, M., Rangarajan, G., Ding, M. (2008) Estimating Granger causality from Fourier and wavelet transforms of time series data. Physical

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Magdalena Tutak


One of the most common and most dangerous hazards in underground coal mines is fire hazard. Mine fires can be exogenous or endogenous in nature. In the case of the former, a particular hazard is posed by methane fires that occur in dog headings and longwalls. Endogenous and exogenous fires are large hazard for working crew in mining headings and cause economics losses for mining plants. Mine fires result in emission of harmful chemical products and have a crucial impact on the physical parameters of the airflow. The subject of the article concerns the analysis of the consequences of methane fires in dog headings. These consequences were identified by means of model-based tests. For this purpose, a model was developed and boundary conditions were adopted to reflect the actual layout of the headings and the condition of the atmosphere in the area under analysis. The objective of the test was to determine the effects of methane fires on the chemical composition of the atmosphere and the physical parameters of the gas mixture generated in the process. The results obtained clearly indicate that fires have a significant impact on the above-mentioned values. The paper presents the distributions for the physical parameters of the resulting gas mixture and the concentration of fire gases. Moreover, it shows the distributions of temperature and oxygen concentration levels in the headings under analysis. The methodology developed for the application of model-based tests to analyse fire events in mine headings represents a new approach to the problem of investigating the consequences of such fires. It is also suitable for variant analyses of the processes related to the ventilation of underground mine workings as well as for analyses of emergency states. Model-based tests should support the assessment of the methane hazard levels and, subsequently, lead to an improvement of work safety in mines.

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Zdenko Tkáč, Marek Halenár and Ján Kosiba

for the testing of hydraulic pumps and liquids. Tribology in Industry, 40(1). pp. 149-155. Tóth, F., Rusnák, J., Kadnár, M. and Váliková, V. (2014). Study of tribological properties of chosen types of environmentally friendly oils in combined friction conditions. Journal of Central European Agriculture, 15(1) pp. 185-192. Tulík, J., Hujo, Ľ., Stančík, B. and Ševčík, P. (2013). Research of new ecological synthetic oil-based fluid. Journal of Central European Agriculture, 14(4), pp. 1384-1393. Will, D., Gebhardt, N