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. [4] Sayadi A. A. , Tapia J. V. , Neitzert T. R. , Clifton G. C. Effects of expanded polystyrene (EPS) particles on fire resistance , thermal conductivity

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52 55 Hevesi, M., Göndör, M., Kása, K., Honty, K. & Tóth, M. (2004): Traditional and commercial apple and pear cultivars as sources of resistance to fire blight

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-of-plane resistance verification for slender clay masonry infill in RC frames , 15th ANIDIS Convention of Seismic Engineering , Padova, Italy, 30 June - 04 July 2013 , pages 10. [9

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: Zs. Molnár, Sz. Bánvölgyi, Á. Kozák, I. Kiss, E. Békássy-Molnár and Gy. Vatai

373 Hu, X., Bekassy-Molnar, E. & Koris, A. (2004): Study of modelling transmembrane pressure and gel resistance in ultrafiltration of oily emulsion. Desalination , 163 , 355

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resistance to fragmentation , 2010 . [25] Abed M. , Nemes R. Mechanical properties of recycled aggregate self-compacting high strength

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] Ramezanianpour A. A. , Malhotra V. M. Effect of curing on the compressive strength, resistance to chloride-ion penetration and porosity of concretes incorporating slag, fly ash or silica fume , Cement and Concrete

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role between the catalyst and the reactants, the pores of the resin are so large that the reactants and the product are able to pass without any resistance. Fig. 2 Study on the internal mass transfer

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Wu, L., McGarry, L., Lanfear, J. & Harrison, P. R. (1995): Altered selenium-binding protein levels associated with selenium resistance. Carcinogenesis , 16 , 2819-2824. Altered selenium-binding protein levels associated

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. When H 2 O was eliminated from the feed gas mixture, The NO X conversion increased slightly. However, it could not recover to the initial value; only 62% NO X conversion could be reached. This indicated that the resistance to H 2 O of the catalyst was

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The influence of transversal bending moment on reduction of resistance I-girders with corrugated webs is investigated. This moment is caused by the longitudinal shear flow between flange and corrugated web. The moment M Z is not defined in Eurocode EN 1993-1-5, neither EN 1999-1-1. Both codes of standards give different concepts of resistance verification because of different authors. Both of them encourage acceptance of transversal moment in case of trapezoidal corrugation.In numerical example a steel I-girder with span L=18 m, with height of corrugation a 3=0.08 m and web thickness t w=0.0025 m loaded by two transverse forces with value F=500 kN is investigated. For the clarification, different concepts of accounting girder resistance and different formulas for transversal moment are compared.

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