, for choosing the best treatment for the patients. In general, it is important to predict and observe different musculoskeletal disorders, like Parkinson-diseases, Cerebral Palsy in time, for prevention [ 1, 2 ]. This type of disease affects the pattern
Authors:Ejiroghene Onome Ekpiwhre and Kong Fah TEE
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Cost modelling of carriageway treatment transition for strategic maintenance optimisation , In: Institute of Asset Management, Institute of Engineering & Technology, (Ed.) Profs. of
Authors:Attila Sarkady, Róbert Kurdi, and Ákos Rédey
Diverting household waste from landfill had become a must for EU member states. The mechanical and biological treatment of household wastes is one of the key method to reach this goal. The object of the mechanical handling is to separate the recyclable fraction and transform the non-recyclable part into Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) for energetic use and produce fraction for biological treatment. Our challenge to identify the ideal technology for RDF production for the North-Balaton Regional Waste Management System, by studying the existing technologies, and emerging needs from the growing market especially for Cement Industry and pyrolitic technologies.
In this article new result of international researches focused on the hydraulic behavior of the subsurface-flow constructed wetlands (SF-CW-s) for wastewater treatment are shown. The results presented below are focused on the tracer experiments to simulate transport processes, the effect of Total Suspended Solids (TSS) and organic substances loads, and the effect of macrophytes, meteorological conditions. The Hungarian experiences of constructed wetlands are compared to that of international ones and the main differences are discussed. The main considerations of comparison are: specific load of organic substances, specific load of TSS, specific hydraulic load, the type of soil, the pre-treatment systems, etc. The conclusion of this comparison is the main directions of development of the subsurface-flow constructed wetlands in Hungary.
Authors:Katarzyna Fonteyn, Anouar Belahcen, and Antero Arkkio
The measurements done on magnetic bearings usually give higher losses than have been expected through the simulations. One of the reasons for the difference might be that the stresses introduced by mechanical or thermal treatments are not taken into account when a model is developed. In this paper, a core loss model of the magnetic bearings, taking the stresses in the laminations of the rotor into account is proposed. The model is used in the finite element analysis of radial magnetic bearings.