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vol. 12, no. 3,2016

COMPUTER APPLICATION SYSTEM FOR OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY OF DIESEL RAILBUSES

The article presents a computer algorithm to calculate the estimated operating cost analysis rail bus. This computer application system compares the cost of employment locomotive and wagon, the cost of using locomotives and cost of using rail bus. An intensive growth of passenger railway traffic increased a demand for modern computer systems to management means of transportation. Described computer application operates on the basis of selected operating parameters of rail buses.
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Wojciechowski, Ł., Cisowski, T., Marciniak, J., & Palchevskyi, B. (2016). Computer application system for operational efficiency of diesel railbuses. Applied Computer Science, 12(3), 85-99. 
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Wojciechowski, Łukasz, Tadeusz Cisowski, Józef Marciniak, and Bogdan Palchevskyi. "Computer Application System for Operational Efficiency of Diesel Railbuses." Applied Computer Science 12, no. 3 (2016): 85-99.
  • IEEE style
Ł. Wojciechowski, T. Cisowski, J. Marciniak, and B. Palchevskyi, "Computer application system for operational efficiency of diesel railbuses," Applied Computer Science, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 85-99, 2016.
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Wojciechowski Ł, Cisowski T, Marciniak J, Palchevskyi B. Computer application system for operational efficiency of diesel railbuses. Applied Computer Science. 2016;12(3):85-99.
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CALCULATION METOD FOR THE EVALUATION OF INFLUENCE OF TOOTH ENGAGAMENT PARITY IN CONICAL SPUR GEAR ON CONTACT PRESSURES, WEAR AND DURABILITY

The paper presents the results of research undertaken to determine maximum contact pressures, wear and life of conical gears, taking account gear technological correction, tooth engagement and wear-generated changes in curvature of their involute profile. The calculations were made for a reduced cylindrical gear using a method developed by authors. The effect of applied conditions of tooth engagement in the frontal and internal sections of cylindrical gear ring is shown graphically. The initial maximum contact pressures will be higher in the internal section and the highest at the entry of single tooth engagement; the increasing of correcting coefficients will cause the fall of contact and tribocontact pressures; the optimum values of correction coefficients, at which the durability of the gear will be the highest were obtained.
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Chernets, M., & Chernets, Y. (2016). Calculation metod for the evaluation of influence of tooth engagament parity in conical spur gear on contact pressures , wear and durability. Applied Computer Science, 12(3), 74-84. 
  • Chicago
Chernets, Myron, and Yuriy Chernets. "Calculation Metod for the Evaluation of Influence of Tooth Engagament Parity in Conical Spur Gear on Contact Pressures , Wear and Durability." Applied Computer Science 12, no. 3 (2016): 74-84.
  • IEEE
M. Chernets and Y. Chernets, "Calculation metod for the evaluation of influence of tooth engagament parity in conical spur gear on contact pressures , wear and durability," Applied Computer Science, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 74-84, 2016.
  • Vancouver
Chernets M, Chernets Y. Calculation metod for the evaluation of influence of tooth engagament parity in conical spur gear on contact pressures , wear and durability. Applied Computer Science. 2016;12(3):74-84.
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MODELLING OF CHARACTERISTICS OF TURNING OF SHAFTS WITH LOW RIGIDITY

Numerical studies were conducted with the use of a computer program permitting the determination of the basic dynamic characteristics of the process of machining and the presentation of graphic characteristics of the numerical simulations performed. Analysis was performed of the relation of the output parameters of the dynamic system to the input parameters, relative stiffness coefficient B to feed rate and depth of machining, change of retardation and time constants to rotary speed and depth of machining, and of the frequency and time characteristics of models of the dynamic system of machining of shafts with low rigidity.
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Świć, A., Gola, A., & Hajduk, M. (2016). Modelling of characteristics of turning of shafts with low rigidity. Applied Computer Science, 12(3), 61-73. 
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Świć, Antoni, Arkadiusz Gola, and Mikuláš Hajduk. "Modelling of Characteristics of Turning of Shafts with Low Rigidity." Applied Computer Science 12, no. 3 (2016): 61-73.
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A. Świć, A. Gola, and M. Hajduk, "Modelling of characteristics of turning of shafts with low rigidity," Applied Computer Science, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 61-73, 2016.
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Świć A, Gola A, Hajduk M. Modelling of characteristics of turning of shafts with low rigidity. Applied Computer Science. 2016;12(3):61-73.
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COMPUTER MODELLING OF ENERGY SAVING EFFECTS

The paper presents the analysis of the dynamics of the heat transfer through the outer wall of the thermal technical spaces, taking into account the impact of the sinusoidal nature of the changes in atmospheric temperature. These temporal variations of the input on the outer surface of the chamber divider result at the output of the sinusoidal change on the inner wall of the room, but suitably suppressed and shifted in phase. Properly selected phase shift is clearly important for saving energy used for the operation associated with the maintenance of a specific regime of heat inside the thermal technical chamber support. Laboratory tests of the model and the actual object allowed for optimal design of the chamber due to the structure of the partition as well as due to the orientation of the geographical location of the chamber.
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Janczarek, M., & Bulyandra, O. (2016). Computer modelling of energy saving effects. Applied Computer Science, 12(3), 47-60. 
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Janczarek, Marian, and Oleksij Bulyandra. "Computer Modelling of Energy Saving Effects." Applied Computer Science 12, no. 3 (2016): 47-60.
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M. Janczarek and O. Bulyandra, "Computer modelling of energy saving effects," Applied Computer Science, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 47-60, 2016.
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Janczarek M, Bulyandra O. Computer modelling of energy saving effects. Applied Computer Science. 2016;12(3):47-60.
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PERSPECTIVES FOR FOG COMPUTING IN MANUFACTURING

This article discusses ongoing efforts to enable the fog computing vision in manufacturing. As a new paradigm of computing implementation of fog computing faces many challenges that open perspective of new applications within a field of manufacturing. It is expected that fog computing will be one of factors that will accelerate development of in forth industrial revolution. In this article we discuss the perspectives of manufacturing companies surrounded by new solutions of CPS, CPPS and CM in relation to fog computing.
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Pizoń, J., & Lipski, J. (2016). Perspectives for fog computing in manufacturing. Applied Computer Science, 12(3), 37-46. 
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Pizoń, Jakub, and Jerzy Lipski. "Perspectives for Fog Computing in Manufacturing." Applied Computer Science 12, no. 3 (2016): 37-46.
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J. Pizoń and J. Lipski, "Perspectives for fog computing in manufacturing," Applied Computer Science, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 37-46, 2016.
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Pizoń J, Lipski J. Perspectives for fog computing in manufacturing. Applied Computer Science. 2016;12(3):37-46.
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