Institute of Control and Informatization of Production Processes

Košice, Slovakia

Institute of Control and Informatization of Production Processes

Košice, Slovakia

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Durdan M.,Institute of Control and Informatization of Production Processes | Kacur J.,Institute of Control and Informatization of Production Processes
Acta Metallurgica Slovaca | Year: 2013

The temperature of the thermal processed products is the main variable which designates their quality and energy consumption. In aspect of the steel coils annealing quality is necessary to known temperature inside the object. It is the place with the lowest temperature during annealing process. This paper deals about proposal of the "System of indirect measurement of the heat flows" in the steel coil. This system provides in the real time information about behaviours of the inner temperatures in the coil during annealing process based on indirect measurement of the heat flows. Indirect measurement of the heat flows is based on direct measurement of the temperatures on protective hood, atmosphere temperature and direct or indirect measurement of coil's surface temperatures. This system was verified in laboratory conditions. Proposed system for indirect measurement of the heat flows is extension of the system for indirect measurement of the inner temperatures based on direct measured atmosphere temperature.


Malindzakova M.,Institute of Control and Informatization of Production Processes | Futo J.,Institute of Control and Informatization of Production Processes
Komunikacie | Year: 2012

The article deals with the calculation of reliability indicators of system dynamics, between the tunnel boring machine and the rock during the tunnel boring of the exploratory tunnel Branisko. The background deals with a design of a tunnel boring machine as a whole where the observed parts are rolling chisels in relation to the length of tunnel boring, as well as physical and technological properties of disintegrated rock.


Laciak M.,Institute of Control and Informatization of Production Processes | Skvarekova E.,Park University | Durdan M.,Institute of Control and Informatization of Production Processes | Kostur K.,Institute of Control and Informatization of Production Processes | Wittenberger G.,Park University
Chemicke Listy | Year: 2012

The UCG technology shows a less detrimental environmental impact as all coal remains underground in the process and leaves less emissions and traces as no aboveground gasifiers are required. The gas is processed to remove harmful particulates and CO 2. Coal gasification is safe and economical in particular for large power stations. UCG, a recognized low-carbon technology, is even more attractive when combined with carbon dioxide capture and storage.


Malindzakova M.,Institute of Control and Informatization of Production Processes
Komunikacie | Year: 2011

The identification of environmental aspects is an essential premise for implementation of EMS in a production company, but not a sufficient one. In order to effectively reduce negative environmental impacts, first it is necessary to undertake a thorough examination of given environmental aspects. For this purpose, several methods can be used. In this article, 3 such methods are described in detail, namely the method of Total pair comparison, the Rank method and the Saaty method. A properly prepared classification of all involved environmental aspects, evaluated by their importance can be considered a first step for successful environmental pollution reduction or elimination. In order to determine and quantify which environmental aspects have the highest priority, the Pareto analysis and Lorenz curve method can be used.

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