Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 10 items for :

  • "terminology" x
  • Architecture and Architectonics x
  • Materials and Applied Sciences x
  • Refine by Access: All Content x
Clear All

Abstract

The fourth industrial revolution, often identified as the terminology of Industry 4.0, more and more enforces changes and modifications from each participant of the socio-economic ecosystem. These enforced corrections concern the households, the governmental areas in different degrees, but the operation of the company sectors is rearranged most strongly by them. The study analyses this latter structure in the following respect: which are the most important supports of Industry 4.0 and what kind of competency elements are required from the employees and the management? According to the research data to be introduced, the domestic companies lag behind in preparations for the challenges raised by Industry 4.0; the international experiences are more favourable in this field. After—partial—review of the professional literature, the author concludes that the business sphere is in a condition before paradigm shift due to Industry 4.0. As per the analysis of decision-making based on digitalization, the question in the subtitle is answered—Industry 4.0 does not change fundamentally the traditional management functions of the company sector, but the decision-supporting applications based on digitalization must be learnt and applied. That statement seems to be founded that only company management, being able to live with decision making based on digitalization, can win competitive advantage.

Open access

References ASTM , 2010 : ASTM E-1316, Standard Terminology for Nondestructive Examinations , 2010 . Carpinteri , A. 1982 . Fatigue

Restricted access

spring length in the free or unloaded situation, as shown in Fig. 1 . Fig. 1. Compression spring terminology (Own source) Spring free length, (2) L F = n ′   × d + δ max + 0.15   δ max where δ max = Maximum compression 0.15 δ max = Clearance between

Open access

]. Test questions are then prepared deliberately avoiding the usual mathematical terminology. We are interested in the later “life” of concepts and methods in engineering environments rather than schematic steps or visual information that students can

Open access

digitization transition experienced in company processes. However, parallel to the significant macroeconomic effects of Industry 4.0, the terminology can also be applied to the entire macroeconomics of [ 11 , 12 ]. In general, it can be stated that shortening

Open access

61 70 Dubois D., Gottwald S., Hajek P., Kacprzyk J., Prade H. Terminological difficulties in fuzzy set theory — The case of ‘intuitionistic fuzzy sets’, Fuzzy Sets and

Restricted access

Terminology Standards Development Organization (IHTSDO), Copenhagen , http://www.ihtsdo.org (last visited 10 June 2016 ). [11] Bashshur R. L

Restricted access

in the ASHRAE Standard 55:2017 and ISO 7730:2005 standards [ 5 , 6 ] is what we also use as a basis. Table 1 shows the difference in terminology, when describing human heat sensation based on the aforementioned scales and the range in which the PMV

Open access

at point x 0 ; w i is the weights determined using a selected semivariogram model. The measurements are not point values, and they are defined over a non-zero catchment area. In geostatistical terminology, A means only the support, and the point

Free access
Pollack Periodica
Authors:
Orest Voznyak
,
Nadiia Spodyniuk
,
Iryna Sukholova
,
Olena Savchenko
,
Mariana Kasynets
, and
Serhii Shostak

. Twisted, compact and flat air flows are most often used in air distribution systems. The terminology should be defined: if the inflow nozzle is round or square ( b h −1 = 1), then these air jets are called compact. If a ratio of a width of aperture to

Restricted access