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Boris Širaiy, Roman Trobec and Vladimir Ilić

R eferences [1] Marijon, E., Tafflet, M., Celermajer, D.S., Dumas, F., Perier, M.C., et al. (2011). Sports-related sudden death in the general population. Circulation , 124, 672-681. [2] Thompson, P.D., Franklin, B.A., Balady, G.J., Blair, S.N, Corrado, D., et al. (2007). Exercise and acute cardiovascular events placing the risks into perspective. A scientific statement from the American Heart Association Councilon Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Metabolism and the Councilon Clinical Cardiology. Circulation, 115, 2358-2368. [3] Popović, D

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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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Wojciech Dzięgielewski and Bartosz Gawron

The study outlines results from the studies on applicability of 1st generation biocomponent, namely long-chain fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) of vegetable origin, as an ingredient to fuels used to supply turbine aircraft engines. The presented analysis refers to both physical and chemical properties of developed fuel mixtures of Jet A-1 pure kerosene fuel with various amounts of the FAME additive and is based on own results obtained from tests of turbine engines on workbenches. The experiment results indicate that there are virtually no chances to apply the 1st generation biocomponents of the FAME type to aircrafts, however it is possible to seek for application opportunities of such biocomponents to other turbine engines, different from the aviation engineering.

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Paul Marc and Ciprian Costescu

asphalt concrete. J Mater Civ Eng 2005;17:72-9. [5]. Spalding DB. Pun WM.- A review of methods for predicting heat transfer coefficients for laminar uniform property boundary layer flow. Int J Heat Mass Transfer 1999;5:239-49 [6]. Zhao J. Ai X. Li YZ. - Transient temperature fields in functionally graded materials with different shapes under convective boundary conditions. Heat Mass Transfer 2007;43:1227-32. [7]. Xu Q. Solaimanian M. - Measurement and evaluation of asphalt concrete thermal expansion and contraction. J Test

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W. Gilewski and M. Sitek

. 2007; 14:431-456. 4. Witkowski W., 4-node combined shell element with semi-EAS-ANS strain interpolations in 6-parameter shell theories with drilling degrees of freedom. Comp. Mech. 2009; 43(2):307-319. 5. Kączkowski Z., Plates-static calculations. (in Polish) Arkady: Warsaw, 1980. 6. Gilewski W., Gomuliński A., Physical shape functions in finite element analysis of moderately thick plates. Int. Journ. Num. Meth. Engrg. 1991; 32:1115-1136. 7. Bathe K.J., Dvorkin E., A formulation of general shell elements

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J. Hoła, J. Bień, Ł. Sadowski and K. Schabowicz

, Diagnostics of Reinforced Concrete Structures, Vol. 2, Corrosion of Reinforcement and Protective Properties of Concrete, Polish Scientific Publishers PWN, Warszawa, 2010, (in Polish). [54] J. Grubb, H. Limaye, and A. Kakade, “Testing pH of concrete,” Concrete International 29 (4), 78-83 (2007). [55] Materials from webpage: [56] J. Jasieńko, M. Moczko, A. Moczko, and R. Dżugaj, “Testing the mechanical and physical properties of concrete in the bottom perimeter ring of the dome of the Centennial

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Banjo A. Akinyemi, Temidayo. E. Omoniyi and Micheal O. Adeyemo

Symposium Vancouver, British Columbia. HARPER, D. 2011. Alternative methods of stabilization for unfired mud bricks. In Engineers without Borders. Retrieved from: . HEAVY, G. N. – PARK, E. 2015. Physical properties of unfired and compressed same clay brick composites reinforced with natural fibre from Tanzania. In Int. J. Inn. Res. Adv. Eng, vol. 2, 2015, pp. 4. ISO 3310-1:2000. Test sieves – Technical requirements and testing – Part 1: Test sieves of metal wire cloth. KAYALI

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B. Grabowska, K. Kaczmarska and A. Bobrowskia

binder systems. Slévárenstvi LVII. Ieden-únor. Nr 1-2 . 6 (in Czech). [5] Tackes, G. (2001). Core Binders: A Look into the Future. Modern Casting . No 10 . 24 - 27. [6] Archibald, James A.(1994). Benchmarking the Nobake Binder Systems. Modern Castings . [7] Ireland, E., Chang, K. & Kroker, J. (2002). New Horizon in Nobake Binder Technology. AFS Transaction. 110 . 623-629. [8] Eastman, J. (2000). Protein - based binder updale: Performance put to the Test. Modern Casting. No 10 . 32

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Sergio Castiñeira-Ibáñez, Constanza Rubio, Vicent Romero-García, Juan Vicente Sánchez-Pérez and Luís Miguel García-Raffi

, Federal Highway Administration U.S.A. (2001), Keeping the Noise Down. Highway Traffic Noise Barriers , Washington, 2001 FHWA-EP-01-004 HEPN/2-01 (10M)E. 5. European Committee for Standardisation, EN 1793-1 (1997), Road Traffic Noise Reducing Devices - Test Method for Determining the Acoustic Performance - Part 1: Intrinsic characteristics of sound absorption , CEN, Brussels, Belgium. 6. European Committee for Standardisation, EN 1793-2 (1997), Road Traffic Noise Reducing Devices - Test Method for Determining the Acoustic Performance