The Technical Sciences Department of the Transylvanian Museum-Society created the Műszaki Tudományos Közlemények (Papers on Technical Science) series in 2014 with the aim to offer up-to-date information regarding the development, results and present state of the research conducted in the Carpathian basin in the field of Technical Sciences. The volume comprising the series is comprehensive, it has a profoundly inter-disciplinary character, it allows for a glimpse into a patchwork-like selection of different specialities within the broader field of technical sciences and thus it is a compact presentation of the value and diversity of the scientific interest; of its results in the Carpathian basin and also of the promise of its poteltials for development. This is the series which publishes year after year those peer-reviewed studies that were accepted for publication and presented during the Young Technical Scientists’ Conference held every year in March and also during the Conference of Technical Sciences, held in every November. The series – true to the aims assumed by the EME supports the cultivation of the Hungarian scientific language therefore the printed edition is published in Hungarian, it can be accessed in the Transylvanian Digital database (https://eda.eme.ro/handle/10598/28082). For the purpose of broader international dissemination since 2018 we also publish online the English version of the entire series.
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Publications of the Műszaki Tudományos Közlemények (Papers on Technical Science) series are made colorful by articles that deal with topics from many diverse topics from the larger field of Technical Sciences. They offer insight into scientific results and discoveries that, due to their positive effect on the development and efficiency of industries and technologies, have a significant influence on the quality of our lives. On one hand the published papers are peer-reviewed, therefore they reflect scientific results of a high quality that are accepted and valued by the scientific community. On the other hand those interested in these topics can gain information, not only from their own specific fields of interest, but also about the newest developments from related or even more distant topics of research. Subscriber readers therefore can be informed about the newest scientific activities and results from most fields of Technical Science.
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The remarkable visibility of the results by authors who publish in Műszaki Tudományos Közlemények (MTK) is due to the fact that, besides the usual readers of scientific articles from their own field of speciality, it is also accessible to readers accustomed to related or even more distant topics, therefore it’s worth publishing in MTK papers. The inter-disciplinary character multiplies the number of potential readers and, by presenting a broader view of more related or distant specialties, it can also open pathways to collaborations and research that encompasses multiple fields and the formation of inter-disciplinary research teams. Results published in MTK can be read not only by those who share an interest or are learned in the Technical Sciences in Transylvania or the larger Carpathian basin but, thanks to the online English language version, they are also accessible to specialists abroad. Following publishing the accepted papers will also be included in several well-known databases.
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Editor-in-Chief Bitay Enikő, Transylvanian Museum Society and Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Romania
Co-Editor Márton MATÉ, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences, Engineering Department, Târgu Mureș, Romania
International Editorial Advisory Board Prof. Tibor CZIGÁNY, University of Technology and Economics Budapest, Hungary Prof. László DÁVID, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Târgu Mureș, Romania Prof. Attila DIÓSZEGI, Jönköping University, Sweden Dr. János DOBRÁNSZKY, MTA–BME Research Group for Composite Science and Technology Budapest, Hungary Prof. János DUSZA, Institute of Materials Research of Slovak Academy of Sciences, Košice, Slovakia Prof. Csaba GYENGE, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Cluj-Napoca, Romania Prof. Mihály RÉGER, Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary Prof. Tamás RÉTI, Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary Prof. András ROÓSZ, University of Miskolc, Miskolc, Hungary Prof. emer. József GYULAI, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Budapest, Hungary
Executive Editorial Board József DOMOKOS, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Târgu Mureș, Romania Zoltán FORGÓ, Sapientia Hungarian University of Transylvania, Târgu Mureș, Romania Edit FORIZS, Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Cluj-Napoca, Romania Ferdinánd-Zs. GOBESZ, Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Romania Tünde KOVÁCS, Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary László POKORÁDI, Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary János TALPAS, Babeș-Bolyai University, Faculty Geographic, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Language Editors David Speight
Technical Editors Szilágyi Júlia, Transilvanian Museum Society, Romania