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In the case of light structures membrane type the form is confused with the structure and vice versa. Thus the analysis process, non-linear type, the one for form finding is also a means of optimizing these structures. To respect the natural principle of minimum it is advisable that the structure’s shape is similar to the minimum surface area. The numerical problem solving is based on using finite elements with constant strain of soap film. Based on these considerations, the paper presents aspects of determining the shape of the membrane structure using finite elements of soap film.

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SOA is a popular paradigm for building distributed systems that has gained a great recognition over past years. There are two main approaches to implementing SOA: SOAP-based and RESTful Web services. In order to address problems of modeling and verification of Web services, several process calculi have been proposed for SOAP-based Web services but none for the RESTful Web services based systems. This article is a comparative survey on existing process calculi for SOA systems, also the existing attempts to formalize REST systems are discussed. The aim of the article is to see how process calculi for SOAP-based systems deal with different aspects of their modeling domain, and whether their approaches can be used to model RESTful and ROA systems. Finally, basing on the survey, requirements for a new process calculus specific for REST are defined.

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Lubricant greases from renewable resources are considered as an alternative to those manufactured from mineral or synthetic oils, due to their close-loop supply chain. Low toxicity makes them prone for machinery in food industry. The goal of the present study was to find the optimum parameters for their manufacture from some vegetable oils and calcium stearate soap synthesized in situ. The effect of synthesis temperature (between 80-110 °C) and soap concentration (between 15-25% wt.) on the rheology and consistency of the products was studied. The optimum manufacture resulted to be 100 °C and soap concentration between 20-25% wt. The conclusions of these study can serve as a basis for improving the said greases through additivation.