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Shaping Teat Suction Forces of Liners with Varied Structure of Rubber Core

References Boast, D., Hale M., Turner, D., Hillerton, E., Middleton, N., Ohnstad, I. (2004). Variation in the rubber chemistry and dynamic mechanical properties as liners age. Bulletin of the IDF, 388. 65-74. Gedymin, M. (2005). Wpływ zmiany kształtu trzonu gumy strzykowej z okrągłego na kwadratowy na jej oddziaływanie na strzyk. XI Międzynarodowa Konferencja Naukowa: Problemy Intensyfikacji Produkcji Zwierzęcej z uwzględnieniem ochrony środowiska i standardów UE. Materiały konfe-rencyjne, IBMER Warszawa. 133-136. Gedymin, M. (2006). Wpływ

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Laboratory investigation of self-healing properties on geosynthetic clay liners with flaw

References [1] Benson, C. & Meer, S. (2009). Relative abundance of monovalent and divalent cations and the impact of desiccation on geosynthetic clay liners, Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, 135, 3, pp. 349-358. [2] Benson, C., Thorstad, P., Jo, H. & Rock, S. (2007). Hydraulic performance of geosynthetic clay liners in a landfill final cover, Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering, 133, 7, pp. 814-827. [3] Egloefstein, T. (2001). Natural bentonites-influence of the ion

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The Costs of Container Transport Flow Between Far East and Serbia Using Different Liner Shipping Services

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Liner shipping is the most efficient mode of transport for goods. International liner shipping is a sophisticated network of regularly scheduled services that transports goods from anywhere in the world to anywhere in the world at low cost and with greater energy efficiency than any other form of international transportation. Liner shipping connects countries, markets, businesses and people, allowing them to buy and sell goods on a scale not previously possible. Today, the liner shipping industry transports goods representing approximately one-third of the total value of global trade. Ocean shipping contributes significantly to international stability and security. Considering the large and constant struggle in the market in terms of competitive pricing of products, a very important and indispensable role represents the container transport with a clear task to define the final price of the product. This paper analyzes the costs of container transport flow between Far East and Serbia, using different liner shipping services, observing the six world’s largest container operators (Maersk Line, Mediterranean Shipping Company, CMA CGM, Evergreen Line, China Ocean Shipping Company and Hapag-Lloyd) and inland (truck-rail-river) transport corridors. These corridors include distance between selected Mediterranean ports (Koper, Rijeka, Bar, Thessaloniki, Constanta) and Serbia. As a result, in this paper is considered a mathematical model that provides a comparative analysis of transportation costs on the different routes. It is observed already existing transport routes and it is also given hypothetical review to the development of new transport routes. The main goal of this research is to provide an optimal route with lowest transportation cost during container transport. Selection of the best route in the intermodal network is a very difficult and complex task. The costs in all modes of transport and the quality of their services are not constant parameters and changes depending on a number of conditions and characteristics. The analysis of this model within combined maritime and land-based networks would prove helpful for the study of logistics chains, the hinterland-foreland continuum, intermodal transport systems, and market competitiveness.

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Evaluation of corrosion attack of chimney liners

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The case study of chimney liner corrosion addresses three specific cases of damage of chimney systems from of stainless steels. These systems were used for flue of gas arising from the combustion of brown coal in small automatic boilers, which are used for heating. Detailed analyzes implied that the cause of devastating corrosion of the steel AISI 316 and 304 steel (CSN 17349, 17241) was particularly high content of halides (chlorides and fluorides), which caused a severe pitting corrosion, which led up to the perforation of the liner material. Simultaneous reduction of the thickness of the used sheets was due to by the general corrosion, which was caused by the sulfur in the solid fuel. The condensation then led to acid environment and therefore the corrosion below the dew point of the sulfuric acid has occurred. All is documented by metallographic analysis and microanalysis of the corrosion products.

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Containership Traffic Optimization on Feeder Shipping Line

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The Logistic of Empty Containers′ Return in the Liner-Shipping Network

References 1. Alumur, S.A., Saldanha-da-Gama, F., Nickel, S. and Vedat, V. (2012) Multi-period reverse logistics network design. European Journal of Operational Research, 220(1), 67-78. DOI:10.1016/j.ejor.2011.12.045. 2. Belayachi, N., Gelareh, S. and Bouamrane K. (2015) Reverse logistics in the liner shipping industry. In: the 45th International Conference on Computers & Industrial Engineering (CIE45), October 2015, Metz, France, ISBN: 978-1-5108-1745-6. 3. Crainic, T.G. (2000) Service network design in freight

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Stress analysis of a polyethylene acetabular component in the extreme flexion position—a finite element analysis

References 1. Malik A, Maheshwari A, Dorr LD. Impingement with total hip replacement. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2007; 89: 1832-42. 2. Birman MV, Noble PC, Conditt MA, Li S, Mathis KB. Cracking and impingement in ultra-high-molecularweight polyethylene acetabular liners. J Arthroplasty. 2005; 20:87-92. 3. Furmanski J, Anderson M, Bal S, Greenwald AS, Halley D, Penenberg B, et al. Clinical fractur of cross-linked UHMWPE acetabular liners. Biomaterials. 2009; 30:5572-82. 4. Tower SS

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Mobile Test Stand Validation for Measuring Friction Coefficient of Carrying Rope with Friction Lining

mining shaft hoists, Lędziny: Publisher of the Center for Research and Underground Mining Surveillance , 2001. [4] A. Carbogno. Selected problems regarding frictional coupling between the steel wire and the wheel liner , Gliwice: Silesian University of Technology, 2006. [5] A. Carbogno A., S. Mateja, J. Pypłacz. Supplementary lubrication of ropes in mining shaft hoists during operations, Lędziny: Publisher of the Center for Research and Underground Mining Surveillance , 2004, pp. 123-135. [6] A. Carbogno, F. Slanina. Effect of the lubrication of

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Parametric Method For Evaluating Optimal Ship Deadweight

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Parametrical Method for Determining Optimal Ship Carrying Capacity and Performance of Handling Equipment

of Michigan. Ann Arbor, 1965. 7. Benford H.: Measures of Merit for Ship Design. The University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, 1968. 8. Buczkowski L.: Kryteria oceny projektu na przykładzie okrętów. Konferencja Metodologii Projektowania, PAN, Warszawa 1973. 9. Perycz E., Sójka Z.: Inwestycje w żegludze morskiej. Wydawnictwo Morskie. Gdańsk 1981. 10. Cotta P.S.: Hull Cost as a Factor in Selecting Ship Speed. Report 091. The University of Michigan, 1970. 11. Michalski J.P.: A method of choosing the service speed of liner trade ships at the stage

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