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The Constantin Brâncoveanu University is a private university in bucuresti, Romania, founded in 1991. Wikipedia.


Pacala M.-L.,Lucian Blaga University | Opreana L.,Lucian Blaga University | Titaa O.,Lucian Blaga University | Brudiu L.,Science VIO MARPREST S.R.L. | And 2 more authors.
Procedia Engineering | Year: 2012

Fermented mashes based on different cereal grist are a healthy and nutritious beverage, a source for new functional products with beneficial effects on human health. These mashes are a thick consistency and sour-sweet taste, different colors depending on the ingredients and method of preparation. In this study were determined the main physical and chemical characteristics (pH, volatile and total acidity, total and soluble dry substances, alcohol concentration, dynamic viscosity) and was made sensorial analysis of some boiled aqueous mashes obtained from wheat, husked millet, barley malt and oat. Mashes were fermented at 30 °C with a mixed culture of mesophilic cheese lactic acid bacteria and wheat beer yeast for 23 h, followed by a cold maturation at 4 °C for 42 h. This study allows exploring the potential of different cereals to produce cereal-based beverages. The best results were obtained for mashes containing a larger amount of barley malt, followed by mashes with oat. Highest dynamic viscosities were recorded for mashes obtained only from wheat and millet. All determinations were made in triplicate and data were shown as mean ± SD. © 2012 Published by Elsevier Ltd. Source


Gilman M.,University of Canterbury | Serbanica C.,Constantin Brancoveanu University
Prometheus (United Kingdom) | Year: 2015

With university–industry engagement forming an integral part of the policy agenda, this paper underlines current issues and emerging themes in the dedicated literature. It utilises a comprehensive literature review, based on evidence from peer-reviewed journals/public reports published after 2005 in the UK. The paper integrates a wide range of disparate studies on university–industry knowledge transfer patterns, determinants and impacts, and offers a panorama that could be useful to inform on the variety of issues underlying knowledge transfer. Given the importance/complexity of university–industry interactions, a comprehensive study fills an existing gap. Second, due to its focus on current issues, the study opens the way to reflections and debates on critically ‘unanswered’ questions: how to deal with diversity/heterogeneity? How to increase quality in supply/quantity in demand for knowledge? How to increase impact on academics, universities, firms, economy and society? © 2015 Taylor & Francis Source


Cruceru G.,Transylvania University | Micuda D.,Constantin Brancoveanu University
Proceedings of the International Conference on Risk Management, Assessment and Mitigation, RIMA '10 | Year: 2010

The automotive markets have an important status in the global economy; they present and entail significant human and financial resources and technology. Decline of the industry in various geographic areas must be taken under vigorous action and with lasting effect. The European car market is facing serious problems and therefore understanding them and the mechanisms that contribute to the consumer's behavior of European car buyers, could help to remodel an important industry that covers highly qualified individuals, where highly technologies from different fields have their leading role, where research and innovation is something normal that contributes eventually to the progress of other industrial domains. Identifying and analyzing the factors affecting sales it's vital and important to adopt effective measures. Some of the measures proposed by this study to increase sales can be applied by companies but others must be taken at government level by applying a policy to support the producers at a European level which can ensure long term sustainability of the industry. Source


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Gilman M.,University of Kent | Serbanica C.,Constantin Brancoveanu University
Prometheus (United Kingdom) | Year: 2014

With university–industry engagement forming an integral part of the policy agenda, this paper underlines current issues and emerging themes in the dedicated literature. It utilises a comprehensive literature review, based on evidence from peer-reviewed journals/public reports published after 2005 in the UK. The paper integrates a wide range of disparate studies on university–industry knowledge transfer patterns, determinants and impacts, and offers a panorama that could be useful to inform on the variety of issues underlying knowledge transfer. Given the importance/complexity of university–industry interactions, a comprehensive study fills an existing gap. Second, due to its focus on current issues, the study opens the way to reflections and debates on critically ‘unanswered’ questions: how to deal with diversity/heterogeneity? How to increase quality in supply/quantity in demand for knowledge? How to increase impact on academics, universities, firms, economy and society? © 2015 Taylor & Francis. Source

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