Ishmatov A.B.,Kostroma State Technological University |
Tyagunov V.A.,Kostroma State Technological University |
Starinets I.V.,Technological University of Tajikistan
Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Seriya Teknologiya Tekstil'noi Promyshlennosti | Year: 2013
The description of A WPR-100 pneumatic rapier of a loom and the results of its production tests are presented.
Nazirov H.M.,Technological University of Tajikistan
Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Seriya Teknologiya Tekstil'noi Promyshlennosti | Year: 2011
The question on a choice of a rational direction for exploitation of the methods of management of finished goods quality of spinning production in the conditions of a transition period defined by simultaneous action of several versatile standards on a cotton fiber manufactured in Tajikistan Republic is considered.
Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP | Phase: ICT-2011.10.3 | Award Amount: 1.19M | Year: 2013
The eINTERASIA project is aimed at supporting an international cooperation with Developing Economies of Central Asia by creating an innovative ICT Transfer Concept and business model\nfor adaptation, dissemination and local exploitation of EU research results.\nGeographical region of Central Asia which is of great importance to the EU as a bridge to China, Afganistan, Vietnam and the Middle East is selected to demonstrate eINTERASIA universal approaches. In the consortium the region is represented by organizations from Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan with main focus to Kazakhstan (low and middle income countries ).\nGeneric Technology Transfer Concept (TTC) is based on the synergy of several central components:\n-\tCapability Maturity Transfer Model\n-\tShowrooms as a window to scientific innovation that transform research findings to understandable demonstrators\n-\tSimulation-based visualization models and platforms.\nBesides the establishing a new generic Technology Transfer Concept , Web- and multiagent- based supporting software framework will be created for TTC adaptation to selected business-related applications, local social structures, service needs and user requirements.\nDemonstration, localization and testing of a generic TTC and ICT-based supporting software will be based on selected business sector of eLogistics. Although piloted for the eLogistics sector, the project results are able to be used by other industrial sectors,for instance, digital engineering.\nCollaborative initiatives will be started during the project period to facilitate transformation of research results into public and business sectors of selected Developing Countries economies and reinforce competitiveness of EU IT solutions.\nThe consortium consists of 9 partners: five from EU and four from Central Asias countries with low and middle income.
Coffey B.K.,Technological University of Tajikistan |
Schroeder T.C.,Kansas State University |
Marsh T.L.,Washington State University
Applied Economics | Year: 2011
Previous research on meat demand has generally used highly aggregated data (across time, products and consumers). However, meat products across species are likely stronger substitutes than some products from the same species. Further, demand for specific meat products would be expected to respond differently to market information about food safety or other events. This study uses monthly consumer panel data collected between 1992 and 2000 to estimate a disaggregated meat product demand system. The use of the expectations maximization algorithm is introduced to estimate a demand system that adjusts for the econometric problem of censored data resulting from purchased shares of some products by individuals often being equal to zero. Results indicate that certain individual meat products have noticeably different own-price elasticities than existing aggregate meat product estimates of their respective species. Some individual meat products have stronger substitutes across species than within species (e.g. beef steak and pork chops are substitutes, but beef roast and ground beef or not substitutes for steak). © 2011 Taylor & Francis.
Rudovsky P.N.,Technological University of Tajikistan |
Ishmatov A.B.,Technological University of Tajikistan
Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii, Seriya Teknologiya Tekstil'noi Promyshlennosti | Year: 2012
The mathematical model of changing the tension of viscoelastic thread while its reeling off a rotating bobbin in the period of machine starting has been developed. The factors influencing non-uniformity of tension have been determined.