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Year 2021
  • Neural Modelling of Steam Turbine Control Stage
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    The paper describes possibility of steam turbine control stage neural model creation. It is of great importance because wider application of green energy causes severe conditions for control of energy generation systems operation Results of chosen steam turbine of 200 MW power measurements are applied as an example showing way of neural model creation. They serve as training and testing data of such neural model. Relatively simple...

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  • Research and applications of active bearings: A state-of-the-art review

    Controllable/active bearings are mainly associated with active magnetic bearings (AMBs), whereas active bearing control is also found in many types of bearings, e.g. fluid, gas and hybrid bearings. The article presents a review of the literature describing the structure and results of studies of active bearings. Active control brings a number of benefits resulting in the fact that their use as a support for rotors becomes increasingly...

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  • A study of the photoelectron spectra of α-tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol over the outer valence energy region (9–25 eV)
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    - CHEMICAL PHYSICS LETTERS - Year 2017

    Photoelectron spectra of α-tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol (THFA) molecules, the threshold spectrum and spectra for constant photoelectron energies, have been measured over the photon energy range 9–25 eV. Analysis of the photoelectron spectra has allowed overlapping photoionization bands to be separated, tentatively assigned and their vertical photoionization energies to be determined. These energies are compared with existing theoretical...

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  • Algorytmy genetyczne i ewolucyjne
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    Algorytmy ewolucyjne istnieją dzięki wieloletnim obserwacją procesów zachodzących wśród żywych organizmów. Korzystają one z nazw i określeń występujących w genetyce np.: gen, chromosom. Algorytmy genetyczne oraz ewolucyjne używa się w procesach optymalizacyjnych w celu poszukiwania ekstremów.

  • Cancer-selective, single agent chemoradiosensitising gold nanoparticles
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    • S. Grellet
    • K. Tzelepi
    • M. Roskamp
    • P. Williams
    • A. Sharif
    • R. Slade-Carter
    • P. Goldie
    • N. Whilde
    • M. Śmiałek-Telega
    • N. J. Mason
    • J. Golding

    - PLOS ONE - Year 2017

    Two nanometre gold nanoparticles (AuNPs), bearing sugar moieties and/or thiol-polyethylene glycol-amine (PEG-amine), were synthesised and evaluated for their in vitro toxicity and ability to radiosensitise cells with 220 kV and 6 MV X-rays, using four cell lines representing normal and cancerous skin and breast tissues. Acute 3 h exposure of cells to AuNPs, bearing PEG-amine only or a 50:50 ratio of alpha-galactose derivative and...

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  • Diagnozowanie turbin parowych
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    Diagnozowanie turbin parowych jest to istotny proces mający na celu utrzymanie diagnozowanego obiektu w stanie zdatności zadaniowej z jak największą sprawnością. W procesie diagnozowania turbin wykorzystuje się diagnostykę cieplno-przepływową, należy do diagnostyki technicznej zajmującej się badaniem oraz oceną przemian energetycznych.

  • Elektrociepłownie- przegląd rozwiązań
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    - Year 2017

    W artykule przedstawione i opisane zostały rożnego typu układy elektrociepłowni. Systemy zostały sklasyfikowane ze względu na konstrukcję. Przedstawione zostały główne wady i zalety każdego rozwiązań. Artykuł ukazuje również zalety kogeneracji jako sposobu wytwarzania w bardziej efektywny sposób energii elektrycznej oraz cieplnej.

  • Elimination and migration of hydrogen in the vacuum-ultraviolet photodissociation of pyridine molecules
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    - JOURNAL OF PHYSICS B-ATOMIC MOLECULAR AND OPTICAL PHYSICS - Year 2017

    Elimination of the excited hydrogen atoms H(n), n = 4–7, and hydrogen migration in formation of the excited NH(A 3Π) free radicals in the photodissociation of pyridine, C5H5N, molecules have been studied over the 17.5–70 eV photon energy range. In the measurements the photon-induced fluorescence spectroscopy technique has been applied. Both fragments are produced through excitation of pyridine molecules into higher-lying superexcited...

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  • Fault diagnosis of marine 4-stroke diesel engines using a one-vs-one extreme learning ensemble

    This paper proposes a novel approach for intelligent fault diagnosis for stroke Diesel marine engines, which are commonly used in on-road and marine transportation. The safety and reliability of a ship's work rely strongly on the performance of such an engine; therefore, early detection of any type of failure that affects the engine is of crucial importance. Automatic diagnostic systems are of special importance because they can...

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  • Gold nanoparticles and their coatings, their effect on cells and their interaction with radiation
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    - Journal of Physics : Conference Series - Year 2017

    Two nanometre gold nanoparticles (AuNPs), bearing sugar moieties and/or polyethylene glycolamine (PEG-amine), were synthesised and evaluated for their in vitro toxicity and ability to radiosensitise cells with 220 kV and 6 MV X-rays, using four cell lines representing normal and cancerous skin and breast tissues. In addition to the observed intrinsic cancer-selective chemotoxicity, these AuNPs acted as radiosensitisers in combination with...

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