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Validation of Building Energy Modeling Tools for a Residential Building in Brasov Area-Romania

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Hybrid-Optional Effectiveness Functions Entropy Conditional Extremization Doctrine Contributions into Engineering Systems Reliability Assessments

-7788 / eISSN 1822-4180) https://doi.org/10.3846/aviation.2018.5929 . [37] Goncharenko A. V. A multi-optional hybrid functions entropy as a tool for transportation means repair optimal periodicity determination / A. V. Goncharenko // Aviation. – 2018. Volume 22(2). – pp. 60-66. (ISSN 1648-7788 / eISSN 1822-4180) https://doi.org/10.3846/aviation.2018.5930 . [38] Goncharenko A. V. Multi-Optional Hybrid Effectiveness Functions Optimality Doctrine for Maintenance Purposes / A. V. Goncharenko // 14th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Trends in

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Experimental Tooling for Contact Stress Measurement in Bulk Metal Forming Processes

Experimental Tooling for Contact Stress Measurement in Bulk Metal Forming Processes

Knowledge of contact stresses in metal forming operations is essential not only for optimal die design, but also for theoretical and numerical analysis of the metal forming processes. Determination of contact stresses can be performed theoretically and experimentally. This paper presents a tool construction with built-in pin-load cells for experimental determination of contact stresses and friction coefficient at upsetting of prismatic specimen with cylindrical dies. This construction allows measurement of contact stresses in any point of the contact surface of specimen, due to adjustable location of pin-load cells. The adjustments are performed by turning cylindrical dies around its own axis in combination with the change of axial position of the specimen. Experimental determination of contact stresses in upsetting of Ck35 prismatic specimens using cylindrical tools was performed at the Laboratory for technology of plasticity, FTN Novi Sad.

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Propulsion System Modelling for Multi-Satellite Missions Performed by Nanosatellites

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Implementation of Automatic Sample and Composite Element Cutting Technologies

, Tool wear and surface quality assessment of CFRP trimming using fractal analyses of the cutting force signals, CIRP Journal of Manufacturing and Technology. [6] Arisawa H., Akama S., Niitani H., 2012, High-performance cutting and grinding for CFRP, Mitsubishi heavy industries Technical review , Vol. 49, No. 3, pp. 3-9. [7] Sloan J., 2017, Machining carbon composites – risky business , http://www.compositesworld.com/ [8] Castells R., 2017, Five tips for machining carbon fiber, http://www.element.com/ [9] Guangjun L., Hongyuan C., Zhen H

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Development and Testing of Data Reduction Software for Measurements Using Pressure Sensitive Paints

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Caracterisation of Titanium Nitride Layers Deposited by Reactive Plasma Spraying

spraying, Vacuum 83, 2009, pp 98-101. Peng Z., Miao H., Longhao Q., Gong J., Yang S., Liu C.: Microstructure and mechanical properties of titanium nitride coatings for cemented carbide cutting tools by pulsed high energy density plasma, Chinese Science Bulletin Vol. 48 No.13, 2003, pp 1316-1320. Alessandro V., Walid K., Hassen J.: Titanium Nitride Coating of RF Ceramic Windows by Reactive DC Magnetron Sputtering, Proceedings of EPAC08, Genova, Italy, 2008. Zou D., Yan D., Xiao L., Dong Y

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Selected Applications of Virtual Reality in Manufacturing

: Virtual Manufacturing. Wroclaw University of Technology, Wroclaw, 2001, pp 5-14. Marcinčin J.N., Brazda P.: Virtual Reality as Workcell Design Verification Tool. In: Proceedings of the 12 th International Conference Trends in the Development of Machinery and Associated Technology TMT 2008. Istanbul (Turkey), 2008, pp 681-684, ISBN 978-9958-617-41-6. Marcinčin J.N., Doliak M.: Computer Aided Robot Control as Subsystem of System CIM. In: Proceedings 8th International Workshop on Robotics in Alpe-Adria-Danube Region

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THE FIRST BULGARIAN INDUSTRIAL ROBOT “PROBO” 1987

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The paper presents the first Bulgarian industrial robot “PROBO” build up entirely on elements, tools and human efforts at the former “Precision mechanics” laboratory within the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. The robot was publicly demonstrated at Plovdiv exposition in 1987. The place of the robot in the world timeline is shown. A definition of “robot” is proposed, as well.

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Vibration Effects Examination of Cushions Used on Tractor Driving Seat

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Vibration effect of driver’s seat of agricultural tractor which works in land condition has been researched. In this research, three dif- ferent cushions on driver’s seat have been used. These are wool, sponge and cotton. Pad acceleration receiver is put on seat. Moreover, HVM100 tool has been used to record data. Data has been converted to graphs in BLAZE software. Statistical methods have been used in examining the graphs. In vibration isolation, ordering has been achieved as wool, cotton and sponge and without a cushion, respectively. Wool cushion has the best isolation. It is seen that data obtained from test results is appropri- ate according to ISO 2631 standards and scientific researches.

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