arhitectură și mediu construit. Curriculum opțional pentru clasa a III-a si a IV-a, Ghidul cursului De-a arhitectura, Editura Universitară „Ion Mincu”, Bucharest, second edition revised and added  Sustainable Environment [Online], available at: http://www.sustainable-environment.org.uk/Principles/Future_Generations.php  UN Sustainable Development Goals, Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities, [Online] available at: https://www.un.org/sustainabledevelopment/cities/  UNESCO Education Center (2018), Progress on education for sustainable
Irina Cerasela Filip and Cosmin Filip
Usually, the possibility of product differentiation of the construction company is defined as restricted, limited. Product differentiation as a key element of product policy aims to create a sustainable competitive advantage in the minds of consumers, using tangible and intangible characteristics and product properties compared to the next strongest competitor. The ability of any company to differentiate their own product makes it distinct from competitors and gives the opportunity to control the market and build competitive advantages. The aim of the study is to prove: 1) The need to differentiate the product of the construction company, 2) Guidelines for differentiation of the construction product taking into accounts the specifics of the construction market, product and process.
Constantin Buta, Geanina Mihai and Mădălina Stănescu
In recent years, climate conditions has caused extreme hydrological phenomena like flash floods that lead to significant material losses and impact on the environment in Dobrogea Region, Romania. In this context the needs for an integrated and sustainable approach to flash flood risk management even in small drainage basins are necessary, in order to reduce the the potential damages of flash floods in the future. In this study the hydraulic models Hec-Ras and HecGeo-Ras were used in order to simulate the behaviour of the environment at the pressure of the flashfloods in a small drainage basin. The results were validated using the measurements undertaken after the flash-flood event recorded in October, 13th, 2015 as well as the data provided by the Corbu gauging station along time.
Ahmed Mohammed Teen and Ana Maria Gramescu
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Mari-Isabella Stan, Cosmin Filip, Dragoş-Florian Vintilă and Diana-Doina Ţenea
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Carmen Maftei and Constantin Buta
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