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An overview of systems supplying water into the combustion chamber of diesel engines to decrease the amount of nitrogen oxides in exhaust gas
AbstractThe paper analyses legal requirements for the composition of exhaust gas emitted by ships, marine engines including. The background for this paper is the increasingly stricter limits set for
An Engine Room Simulator as a Tool for Environmental Education of Marine Engineers
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This paper presents a possibility of using a full-mission engine room simulator as a tool for educating marine engineer officers and the proposed exercise in the simulator may greatly contribute to the development of conscious and responsible machinery exploitation and pro-ecological behaviour during the engine room operation.
An engine room simulator as an educational tool for marine engineers relating to explosion and fire prevention of marine diesel engines
The paper presents basic information about the prevention of explosions and fires in marine engines, with particular reference to explosions in the crankcase. It also discusses the possibility of
On the Possibilities of Applying the AHP Method to a Multi-criteria Component Importance Analysis of Complex Technical Objects
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A black-box model of the system is presented and an own concept of qualitative-quantitative analysis of the complex technical system component importance is described, and a possibility of applying the AHP method to a multi-criteria importance analysis is shown.
Is Poland an Innovative Country?
Abstract The potential for innovativeness is difficult to measure, though many have attempted to do so. In order to look at Poland’s innovation potential, its current position and its opportunity to
Qualitative Importance Measures of Systems Components – A New Approach and Its Applications
The paper presents an improved methodology of analysing the qualitative importance of components in the functional and reliability structures of the system. We present basic importance measures, i.e.
Qualitative importance measures of systems components - a new approach and its applications
The paper presents an improved methodology of analysing the qualitative importance of components in the functional and reliability structures of the system. We present basic importance measures, i.e.
Basic Reliability Structures of Complex Technical Systems
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The presented structures can be put into use in human-machine interfaces to inform operators about the current system condition and to automate some engineering processes and procedures concerning the system reliability.
Material and Structural Modeling Aspects of Brain Tissue Deformation under Dynamic Loads
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Important aspects of the modeling of brain tissue that influence the assessment of the actual biomechanical response of the brain for dynamic analyses are identified.
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