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vol. 14, no. 3,2018

APPLICATIONS OF MODERN IMAGING TECHNOLOGY IN ORTHOPAEDIC TRAUMA SURGERY

Orthopaedic trauma surgery is a complex surgical speciality in which anatomy, physiology and physics are mixed. Proper diagnosing and based on that planning and performing surgery is of crucial matter. This article briefly summarizes available radiological modalities used for diagnostics and for surgical planning. It focuses on utility of rapid prototyping process in trauma surgery. Moreover, a case study in which this technique was used is described. Rapid prototyping proved its usefulness and in future it may become a modality of choice for planning complex trauma procedures. 
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Krakowski, P., Karpiński, R., & Maciejewski, M. (2018). Applications of modern imaging technology in orthopaedic trauma surgery. Applied Computer Science, 14(3), 96-106. doi:10.23743/acs-2018-24
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Krakowski, Przemysław, Robert Karpiński, and Marcin Maciejewski. "Applications of Modern Imaging Technology in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery." Applied Computer Science 14, no. 3 (2018): 96-106.
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P. Krakowski, R. Karpiński, and M. Maciejewski, "Applications of modern imaging technology in orthopaedic trauma surgery," Applied Computer Science, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 96-106, 2018.
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Krakowski P, Karpiński R, Maciejewski M. Applications of modern imaging technology in orthopaedic trauma surgery. Applied Computer Science. 2018;14(3):96-106.

NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE DESIGN OF EXTRUSION PROCESS OF POLYMERIC MINI-TUBES

In this paper we represent a study reporting the numerical simulation of small-diameter pipes extrusion process. Polypropylene and low density polyethylene were chosen as plastics and a selected transverse head as a tool in the simulations. The aim of the study is to examine the distribution of temperature in the individual sections of the bagasse and tools, in order to optimize the parameters and process flow extrusion and validate the implementation tools, by simulating the flow of plastic by the head.
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Białasz, S., & Pamies, R. (2018). Numerical simulation of the design of extrusion process of polymeric mini-tubes. Applied Computer Science, 14(3), 81-95. doi:10.23743/acs-2018-23
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Białasz, Sebastian, and Ramon Pamies. "Numerical Simulation of the Design of Extrusion Process of Polymeric Mini-Tubes." Applied Computer Science 14, no. 3 (2018): 81-95.
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S. Białasz and R. Pamies, "Numerical simulation of the design of extrusion process of polymeric mini-tubes," Applied Computer Science, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 81-95, 2018.
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Białasz S, Pamies R. Numerical simulation of the design of extrusion process of polymeric mini-tubes. Applied Computer Science. 2018;14(3):81-95.

COMPUTER MODELLING OF THERMAL TECHNICAL SPACESS IN ASPECT OF HEAT TRANSFER THROUGH THE WALLS

This paper presents the analysis of complex problems in the field of energy savings and it is focused on the new concept of thermal analysis derived from harmonic character of temperature changes in building environment – especially in a fruit storages – with aspect on conductive heat transfers through walls. This changeable influence of variable weather temperature on internal temperature of technical chamber depends on thermal inertia of building. The paper describes research work on methods concerning heat transfers through walls of thermal technical chambers in the impact of sinusoidal nature of the changes in atmospheric temperature. The purpose for the research is to point out areas subjected to the highest energy losses  caused by building’s construction and geographical orientation of walls in the aspect of daily atmospheric temperature changes emerging on chamber exterior. The paper presents exemplary measurement results taken in Lublin region during various periods throughout a year.
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Janczarek, M. (2018). Computer modelling of thermal technical spacess in aspect of heat transfer through the walls. Applied Computer Science, 14(3), 69-80. doi:10.23743/acs-2018-22
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Janczarek, Marian. "Computer Modelling of Thermal Technical Spacess in Aspect of Heat Transfer through the Walls." Applied Computer Science 14, no. 3 (2018): 69-80.
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M. Janczarek, "Computer modelling of thermal technical spacess in aspect of heat transfer through the walls," Applied Computer Science, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 69-80, 2018.
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Janczarek M. Computer modelling of thermal technical spacess in aspect of heat transfer through the walls. Applied Computer Science. 2018;14(3):69-80.

INJECTION SIMULATION FOR THE MOLD PROCESS IN THE MEDICAL INDUSTRY

This paper presents information on the methods of construction and selection of materials, for the manufacturing of a medical device – a syringe filter. The main scope of the research was numerical simulation made in order to optimize the injection process. This simulation comprised of two parts: the first in which the chosen optimal number and position of injection points on the surface, and a second with the chosen optimum wall thickness, using a pre-selected injection points.
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Białasz, S. (2018). Injection simulation for the mold process in the medical industry. Applied Computer Science, 14(3), 54-68. doi:10.23743/acs-2018-21
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Białasz, Sebastian. "Injection Simulation for the Mold Process in the Medical Industry." Applied Computer Science 14, no. 3 (2018): 54-68.
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S. Białasz, "Injection simulation for the mold process in the medical industry," Applied Computer Science, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 54-68, 2018.
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Białasz S. Injection simulation for the mold process in the medical industry. Applied Computer Science. 2018;14(3):54-68.

FINITE ELEMENT BASED PREDICTION OF DEFORMATION IN SHEET METAL FORMING PROCESS

In this paper the sheet forming process of cylindrical drawpieces was sim-ulated based on the finite element method by the explicit approach in the presence of contact conditions with isotropic and anisotropic friction. The experimental and numerical results obtained in the Abaqus finite element (FE) based program are presented. The aim of the experimental study is to analyse material behaviour under deformation and in addition to use the results to verify numerical simulation results. It was found that, although, the anisotropy of resistance to friction affects the height of ears, the influence of the friction formulation is relatively small in comparison with material anisotropy. The study indicates that FE analysis with 3-node triangular shell element S3R elements ensures the best approximation of the numerical results to the real process when both material and friction anisotropy are taken into account.
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Kraska, D., & Trzepieciński, T. (2018). Finite element based prediction of deformation in sheet metal forming process. Applied Computer Science, 14(3), 43-53. doi:10.23743/acs-2018-20
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Kraska, Damian, and Tomasz Trzepieciński. "Finite Element Based Prediction of Deformation in Sheet Metal Forming Process." Applied Computer Science 14, no. 3 (2018): 43-53.
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D. Kraska and T. Trzepieciński, "Finite element based prediction of deformation in sheet metal forming process," Applied Computer Science, vol. 14, no. 3, pp. 43-53, 2018.
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Kraska D, Trzepieciński T. Finite element based prediction of deformation in sheet metal forming process. Applied Computer Science. 2018;14(3):43-53.

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