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231 247 Hajdu M. PDM Time-cost trade-off: Activities are splittable or non-splittable, Optimization , Vol. 38. 1996, pp. 155

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Journal of Sound and Vibration 2007 299 933 947 Shtub A. On the natural cycle time of assembly

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1991 Weiß B., Bíró O. Multigrid for time-harmonic 3d eddy-current analysis with edge elements, IEEE Trans. Mag. , Vol. 41, No. 5, 2005, pp. 1712

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and algorithms for the vehicle routing problem with time windows and other conditions , (in Russian) 13th International Scientific-Technical Conference on Actual Problems of Electronic Instrument Engineering , Novosibirsk , Russia , Vol. 1, part 2

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Kovács, E., Sass, P. & Kristóf, Z. (1999b): Comparison of the tissue structure of apple as a function of harvesting time. Scanning , 21 , 126-127. Comparison of the tissue structure of apple as a function of harvesting time

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. Bråthen , E. & Knutsen , S.H. ( 2005 ): Effect of temperature and time on the formation of acrylamide in starch-based and cereal model systems, flat breads and bread . Food Chem. , 92 , 693 – 700

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: O. Erdősi, K. Szakmár, O. Reichart, Zs. Szili, N. László, Z. Balogh, P. Székely Körmöczy and P. Laczay

Garrido, A., Chapela, M., Román, B., Fajardo, P., Lago, J. & Vieites, J.M. (2013): A new multiplex real-time PCR developed method for Salmonella spp. and Listeria monocytogenes detection in food and environment samples. Fd Control, 31 , 76

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. ( 2002 ): Parboiling of rice. II. Effect of hot soaking time on the degree of starch gelatinization . Int. J. Food Sci. Tech. , 37 , 539 – 545 . Mohan

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. Zinnai , A. , Venturi , F. & Andrich , G. ( 2011 a). Time evolution of phenols extractions from Sangiovese grapes with and without the addition of solid carbon dioxide . Agrochimica , 55 ( 4 ), 193 – 202

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Aerobic wastewater treatment requires extensive aeration, which primary function is to provide oxygen to the biomass responsible for degradation of wastewater constituents. Besides the effective oxygen transfer efficiency aeration is responsible for fluid flow created by bubbles. In this research bubbles were released from plate diffusers and the impact on mixing were analyzed. Various aeration flow rates and initial bubble sizes were calculated. Residence time distributions in each scenario were compared applying numerical tracer study. Outcome of the calculations is that the aeration reduces the theoretical residence time significantly and therefore the traditional sizing methods needs to be revisit in wastewater treatment.

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