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Pawel Tomczak and Jakub Traczyk

: a quantifi er priming perspective on basic anchoring effects. The Journal of social psychology, 153(4), 424-447. Tversky, A., & Kahneman, D. (1974). Judgment under uncertainty: Heuristics and biases. Science, 185(4157), 1124-1131. Tzelgov, J., Meyer, J., & Henik, A. (1992). Automatic and intentional processing of numerical information. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 18(1), 166. Whalen, J., Gallistel, C.R., & Gelman, R. (1999). Non-verbal counting in humans: The psychophysics of

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M. Rucka and B. Zima

References Beard M.D. and Lowe M.J.S. (2003): Non-destructive testing of rock bolts using ultrasonic guided waves. - International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences, vol.40, pp.527-536. Chróścielewski, Rucka M., Wilde K. and Witkowski W. (2012): Diagnostics of concrete beams during bending process using elastic wave propagation (in Polish). - Scientific Letters of Rzeszow University of Technology, No.283, pp.349-356. Gołaski L., Goszczyńska B., Świt G. and Trąmpczyński W. (2012): System for the

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Krzysztof Sternik and Katarzyna Dołżyk-Szypcio

slope is made of non-cohesive soils like fine and medium sand with local addition of coarse gravel in medium dense and dense state. Determination of pullout resistance was an integral and crucial part of the design. Figure 1 Anchored embedded retaining wall. Figure 2 Embedded wall under construction. A cylindrical block of diameter D and height H is embedded in sand at a depth z , below the horizontal soil level with no additional load ( Fig. 3 ). It is assumed that the block is dragged horizontally by one horizontal

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T. Lipecki and A. Flaga

References 1 M. Shinozuka, C.M. Jan, “Digital simulation of random processes and its application”, Journal of Sound and Vibrations 25(1): 111-128, (1972). 2. M. Shinozuka, “Stochastic mechanics”, vol. I., Columbia University, New York, 1987. 3. C. Borri, F. Crocchini, L. Facchini, P. Spinelli, “Numerical simulation of stationary and non-stationary stochastic processes: a comparative analysis for turbulent wind fields”, Proc. 9th International Conference on Wind Engineering, "Retrospect and Prospect", vol. 1, New

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Masoud Ranjbarnia, Ahmad Fahimifar and Pierpaolo Oreste

Space Technology, 24, 5, 533-546. Bobet A., 2006. A simple method for analysis of point anchored rockbolts in circular tunnels in elastic ground . Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering, 39, 4, 315-338. Bobet A., Einstein E., 2011. Tunnel reinforcement with rockbolts . Tunnelling and Underground Space Technology, 26, 1, 100-123. Brown E.T., Bray J.W., Ladanyi B., Hoek E., 1983. Ground response curves for rock tunnels. Journal Geotechnical Engineering, 109, 1, 15-39. Carranza-Torres C., 2009. Analytical and numerical study of the mechanics of

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Houari Ameur, Mohamed Bouzit and Mustapha Helmaoui

., Fletcher D.F., Xuereb C., Poux M., 2008. Impact of thixotropy on flow patterns induced in a stirred tank: Numerical and experimental studies. Chem. Eng. Res. Des. , 86, 545-553. DOI: 10.1016/j.cherd.2007.11.010. Derksen J.J., Prashant A., 2009. Simulations of complex flow of thixotropic liquids. J. Non-Newton. F. Mech. , 160, 65-75. DOI:10.1016/j.jnnfm.2009.02.011. Derksen J.J., 2011. Simulations of thixotropic liquids. App. Math. Mod. , 35, 1656-1665. DOI:10.1016/j.apm.2010.09.042. Elson T

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Dariusz Urban, Marek Jałbrzykowski and Maria Gołębiewska

.M. (2014), Biomechanical interactions between bone and metal-ceramic bridges composed of different types of non-noble alloys under vertical loading conditions, Materiali in Tehnologije , 48(3), 337-341. 17. Zhang, Z., Chen, J., Li, E., Li, W., Swain, M., Li, Q. (2016), Topological design of all-ceramic dental bridges for enhancing fracture resistance, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Biomedical Engineering , 32(6), 1, 1-13. 18. Żmudzki J. (2012), Material conditionings of functional efficiency of mucous-borne complete denture, Open Access

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Abdessalam Hadjeb, Mohamed Bouzit, Youcef Kamla and Houari Ameur

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Tadeusz Majcherczyk, Zbigniew Niedbalski and Łukasz Bednarek

and reached the value of only 1.5 mm at the maximum ( Fig. 6 ). It may be observed that practically all measurement points in the roof strata dislocate with regular intensiveness. The only exception in this respect is the anchor installed at the depth of 2.48 m, which shows that in this very place, the rocks are subject to slight separation ( Fig. 7 ). It may be, therefore, argued that in this case, such a behaviour stems from the occurrence of a fairly homogeneous and non-stratified roof made of conglomerate and sandstone with varied granulation. Figure 6

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Andrzej Truty

( t − t o β H + t − t o ) 0.3 β ( t o = 28 ) $$\begin{array}{} \displaystyle \varepsilon^{cr}_{ref}=A_{1}\bigg(\frac{t-t_{o}}{\beta_{H}+t-t_{o}}\bigg)^{0.3}\beta(t_{o}=28) \end{array}$$ (13) where t – t o is also the time of creeping. This reference curve is approximated by the chain of Kelvin elements in which the retardation times τ μ are adjusted with respect to the predicted time of analysis to be carried out. Once the retardation times τ μ are set, the A μ coefficients, in the chain of non-ageing Kelvin units, can be optimised using standard