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Hai An, Hang Yin and Fukai He

(2) 45-49. 5. TANG Jiayin, ZHAO Yongxiang, HE Pingdeng. Copulas New Theory for Reliability Calculation Involving Correlation in Mechanical Systems [J]. Mechanical Science and Technology, 2009, 28(4): 532-535. 6. HOU Bin. Application of Copulas in reliability theory [J]. Journal of Southwest University for Nationalities: Natural Science Edition, 2008, 34(4):660-668. 7. H Joe. Multivariate Models and Dependence Concepts [M]. Chapman & Hall, 1 977. 8. Sklar A. Fonctions de repartition an dimensions et leura

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Kamil Jakuszkin

: "Technique to Determine Inspiratory Impedance during Mechanical Ventilation: Implications for Flow Limited Patients". Annals of Biomedical Engineering , no. 27, 1999, pp. 340-355. P. F. Baconnier, P. Carry, A. Eberhard, J. Perdrix, J. Fargnoli: "A computer program for automatic measurement of respiratory mechanics in artificially ventilated patients". Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine , vol. 47, 1995, pp. 205-220. A. G. Polak, J. Mroczka: "Nonlinear model for mechanical ventilation of human lungs". Computers

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Muhammad Maqsood, Yasir Nawab, Khubab Shaker, Muhammad Umair, Munir Ashraf, Danish Mahmood Baitab, Syed Talha Ali Hamdani and Salma Shahid

. (2006). Wicking Mechanisms in Yarns-The Key to Fabric Wicking Performance. J. Text. Inst. 97 (2), 119–128. [9] Sreenivasan, S. (2009). Total Wear Comfort Index as an Objective Parameter for Characterization of overall Wear ability of Cotton Fabrics. J. Eng. Fiber. Fabr. 4 (4), 35-40. [10] Malik, Z. A. (2011). Development of Model to Predict Tensile Strength of Cotton Woven Fabrics. J. Eng. Fiber Fabr. 6 (4), 41-45. [11] Fatahi, I. (2010). Assessment of Relationship between Air Permeability of Woven Fabrics and its Mechanical Properties. Fibers Text

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M. Kozarski, P. Suwalski, K. Zieliński, K. Górczyńska, B. Szafron, K.J. Pałko, R. Smoczyński and M. Darowski

. Jude medical cardiac valve prosthesis: a 25-year experience with a single valve replacement”, Ann. Thorac. Surg. 79, 776–83 (2005). [19] A. Kandemir, K. Tokmakuoglu, U. Yildiz, T. Tezcaner, A.C. Yorgancioglu, K. Suzer, and Y. Zorlutuna, , “St. Jude medical and carbomedics mechanical heart valves in the aortic position. comparison of long-term results”, Tex. Heart Inst. J. 33 (2) 154–159 (2006). [20] M. Kozarski, G. Ferrari, M. Darowski, K. Zieliński, and K.J. Pałko, “Comprehensive models of cardiovascular and respiratory systems”, in Physical and

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Martin Sturm and Lubomir Pesik

. 9. Pešík M. (2012), Kinematics of Objects in Vibratory Conveors, ACC Journal, 1st edition , Liberec: Technical University of Liberec, . 10. Risch T. (2008), 2D-Vibration Forms of Vibratory Conveors (in German), . 11. Sebulke, J. (2017): Handbook of Mechanical Engineering (in German) , Springer Vieweg, Wiesbaden. 12. Sortimat Technology GmbH & Co. , Conveyor Technique (in German

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Zdzisław Pisarek


In buildings with steel-concrete composite floors, joints are designed to transmit mainly hogging bending moment. In case of the large horizontal loads due to wind, earthquake or accidental events, sagging bending moments in a joint can also occur. Additionally, large deformations of the structure cause tying and prying effects. In the paper, a mechanical model based on “component method” for evaluation of characteristics of the composite joint is presented. The influence of tying and prying actions on distribution of the internal forces in a joint is also analyzed. The procedure for calculation of the characteristics of the composite joint with bolted endplate connection is elaborated too.

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K. Sołek and M. Dziarmagowski

References [1] M. Rywotycki, K. Miłkowska-Piszczek, L. Trębacz, Identification of the boundary conditions in the continuous casting of steel, Archives of Metallurgy and Materials 57, 1, 385-393 (2012). [2] K. Miłkowska-Piszczek, M. Dziarmagowski, A. Buczek, J. Pióro, The methods of calculating the solidifying strand shell thickness in a continuous casting machine, Archives of Materials Science and Engineering 57, 2, 75-79 (2012). [3] K.P. Sołek, L. Trębacz, Thermo-mechanical Model of Steel Continuous Casting

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Z. Kiełbowicz, A. Piątek, P. Kuropka, E. Mytnik, A. Nikodem, J. Bieżyński, P. Skrzypczak, C. Pezowicz, J. Kuryszko and P. Reichert

, Cheng L, Bollen P, Schwarz P, Overgaard S (2010) Glucocorticoid induced osteopenia in cancellous bone of sheep: validation of large animal model for spine fusion and biomaterial research. Spine 35: 363-370. Lill CA, Fluegel AK, Schneider E (2002) Effect of ovariectomy, malnutrition and gluco-corticoid application on bone properties in sheep: a pilot study. Osteoporos Int 13: 480-486. Meena D, Jun-Kyo S, Takashi M, Savio LY Woo (1995) Interspecies variation of compressive biomechanical properties of the meniscus. Journal of Biomedical

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Mirosław Witoś

. 362-370. [12] Viana A., Rouve L-L., Cauffet G. & Coulomb J-L. (2011). Analytical Model for External Induction Variations of a Ferromagnetic Cylinder Undergoing High Mechanical Stresses in a Low Magnetic Field of Any Orientation . IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol. 47, No. 5 [13] Dobmann, G. Physical basics and industrial applications of 3MA - micromagnetic multiparameter microstructure and stress analysis , Fraunhofer IZFP, Saarbrücken, Germany. [14] Burrows, C.W. (1916). Correlation of the magnetic and mechanical

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D. Gawin, M. Koniorczyk and F. Pesavento

References [1] Z.P. Baˇzant and A. Steffens, “Mathematical model for kinetics of alkali-silica reaction in concrete”, Cement and Concrete Research 30, 419-428 (2000). [2] A. Winnicki and S. Pietruszczak, “On mechanical degradation of reinforced concrete affected by alkali-silica reaction”, J. Engineering Mechanics 134 (8), 611-626 (2008). [3] F.J. Ulm, O. Coussy, L. Kefei, and C. Larive, “Thermo-chemomechanics of ASR expansion in concrete structures”, J. Engineering Mechanics 126, 233-242 (2000