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Piotr Ponichtera

& Technology, 21, Suplement. Leszczyńska, D. (2012). Facelia w poplonie. Farmer , 9 , 76-78. Panasiewicz, K., Faligowska, A., Szymańska G. (2012). Evaluation of sowing value and vigor of dressed grain of Winter triticale and rye depending on the cultivar and period of storage. Progress in Plant Protection , 52 (3), 651-656. Ramenda, S. (2003). Facelia błękitna. Agrochemia , 6 , 25-28. Resolution of the Minister of Agriculture and Rural development as of 14th September 2010 . (JoL No 183 Item 1230). Skiba, K., Szwed, G., Tys J. (2005

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Jerzy Bohdziewicz and Gabriel Czachor

References Albaloushi, N.S. (2012). Rheological behavior of tomato fruits affected by various loads under storage conditions. American Journal of Engineering Research, 2 (3), 36-43. Albaloushi, N.S. et al. (2012). Mechanical properties of tomato fruits under storage conditions. Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 8 (6), 3053-3064. Ayman, H. et al. (2012). Mathematical evaluation changes in rheological and mechanical properties of pears during storage under variable conditions. Journal of Food Science and Engineering, 2 (10), 564

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Janusz Kotowicz, Michał Jurczyk and Daniel Węcel

REFERENCES Bartela Ł., Kotowicz J., Dubiel K. (2016). Technical – economic comparative analysis on energy storage systems equipped with a hydrogen generation installation. Journal of Power Technologies, 96 (2), pp. 92-100. Gahleitner G (2013). Hydrogen from renewable electricity: An international review of power-togas pilot plants for stationary applications. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 38, pp. 2039-2061. Guandalini G, Campanari S, Romano MC (2015). Power-to-gas plants and gas turbines for improved wind energy dispatchability

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Magdalena Grudzińska, Zbigniew Czerko and Monika Borowska-Komenda

References Amer, F.S., Reddivari, L., Gaurav, P. Madiwale, G.P, Martha Stone, M., David, G. Holm, D.G, Vanamala, J. (2014). Effect of Genotype and Storage on Glycoalkaloid and Acrylamide Content and Sensory Attributes of Potato Chips. American Journal of Potato Research, 91 , 632-641. Bush, M.S., McCann, M.C. (1999) Pectic epitopes are differentially distributed in the cell walls of potato (Solanum tuberosum) tubers. Physiologia Plantarum, 107 , 201-213. Ciećko, Z., Rogozińska, I., Żołnowski, A.C., Wyszkowski, M. (2005). Oddziaływanie

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Simona-Ioana Marinescu and Mihail Titu

4. References 1. Dzitac, I.-Artificial Inteligence, Aurel Vlaicu University Publisher, Arad (2008). 2. Freeman, J., Skapura, D.-Neural Networks, Algorithms, Applications and Programming Techniques, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company Inc. (1992). 3. Rosenblatt, F. - The Perceptron: A probabilistic Model for Information Storage and Organization in the Brain, Psyhological Review, 65, (1958). 4. Marinescu, R.D., ş.a.- Managementul Tehnologiilor Neconvenţionale , Vol.1 , Editura Economică, Bucureşti, ISBN 973-9198-07-4, (1995). 5. Neagu

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Iuliana Scarlat, Maria Haiducu and Raluca Stepa

: Microbiodecomposition of auxiliary materials, Chapter 5-9, Restaurator, Vol 6, pp. 61-115, (1984); [4] Katarzyna, Z. J., Anna, K.., Małgorzata, P., Irena, S., S., Microbiological contamination with moulds in work environment in libraries and archive storage facilities, Ann Agric Environ Med, Vol 15, pp. 71-78, (2008); [5] Nisipeanu, S., Haiducu, M., Scarlat, I., Chiurtu, R., Avram R. Modern methods of reducing biological risk factors from cultural heritage deposits, 6th Interational Conference of Manufacturing Science and Education-MSE, 2013; [6] U.S. Bureau of

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Beata Drzewieniecka, Jan Drzewieniecki and Miroslav Blatnický

nursery pigs. Journal of Animal Scienc. Vol. 75. pp. 1284–129. Łapko A., Prusiel J.A. (2001). Studies on thermal actions and forces in cylindrical storage silo bins. Handbook of Convening and handling of Particulate Solids. Elsevier Science B. V. Amsterdam. The Netherlands. Prusiel J.A., Łapko A. (2011). Ocena zagrożenia eksplozją pyłów w silosach w świetle norm europejskich. XX Konferencja Naukowo-Techniczna. Awarie budowlane. Szczecin-Międzyzdroje. No 2. Ulysses A. A. (1997). Handling and storage of soybeans and soybean meal. American Soybean

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Tomasz Rydzkowski, Iwona Michalska-Pożoga, Marcin Szczepanek and Martin Kendra

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In recent years lean thinking (also referred as slim) increases its popularity not only in industry, but also in the entire business world. There are many confirmed effects demonstrating the high effectiveness of this philosophy: a clear improvement of economic indicators, an increase in current satisfaction and the acquisition of new clients; better, stable quality of offered products and services; efficient organization of production; more effective management; high productivity of work and production; minimizing the costs of production and storage of stocks. Why is Lean implementation in our domestic conditions not easy and sometimes ineffective? In this study we will try to answer these very important questions.

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Beata Drzewieniecka, Jan Drzewieniecki and Miroslav Blatnický

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Soybean meal is one of the fodder components. It is a by-product of the production of soybean oil. Soybean meal is a specific cargo due to changes that may occur in it during transport processes. These changes are subject to many distinguishing features of usable quality inter alia fat and fatty acid content. The temperature and size of the soybean meal particles are among the factors influencing the transformations. The article presents the results of research on soybean meal and its individual fractions and the impact of selected indicators on the quality changes of this cargo. The results depend on the conditions corresponding to those that occur during the storage, handling and transport processes. The dependencies between them have been determined. The performed research allowed to determine the type and scope of changes taking place in this cargo under the influence of temperature. The results of the study showed that as the temperature rises, the fatty acid content in the soybean meal decreased during storage for a given period of 30 days.