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Author:Jerzy UCHROŃSKI
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.90SUT
Abstract:The object of this article is to present the issues related to the carrying out of pickpocketing on public object, which is the airport. We presented methods and ways of criminal activities of persons engaged in theft of another's property as well as the actions and behavior of u...
Author:Marcin KŁOS
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.90SUT
Abstract:Traffic flow in cities is usually examined locally. This method is not effective for through traffic analysis. The paper discusses the problem of determining peak traffic hours taking into account vehicle distributions. Peak hours represent time periods of traffic flow which...
Author:Dagmara GOLBA , Katarzyna TUROŃ , Piotr CZECH
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.90SUT
Abstract:Diversity management is a long-term process, which more and more attention to attach organizations in all industries, including in the area of TSL (Transport-Shipping-Logistics). The key is to notice and appreciate the differences between employees and understand that proper work...
Author:Tomas TOMKO , Michal PUSKAR , Michal FABIAN ...
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.91SUT
Abstract:The evaluation process of measured data in terms of vibration diagnosis is problematic for timeline constructors. The complexity of such an evaluation is compounded by the fact that it is a process involving a large amount of disparate measurement data. One of the most effective ...
Author:Martin MANTIČ , Jozef KUĽKA , Melichar KOPAS ...
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.91SUT
Abstract:This paper is focused on the design of an auxiliary braking device for freight cableway trucks. The device provides continuous deceleration for the trucks before they arrive at the unloading station. It presents an alternative to manual deceleration, which poses safety hazards an...
Author:Katarzyna HEBEL , Marcin WOLEK
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.92SUT
Abstract:The study introduces the notion of “travel behaviour” among urban inhabitants, as well as highlighting its most common determinants, one of which is the perception of public transport. The study includes a comparative analysis of the link between passenger perceptions of the...
Author:Tadeusz MARKOWSKI , Michał BATSCH
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.90SUT
Abstract:Article presents mathematical model of form machining of cylindrical convexo-concave Novikov gear teeth by means of disk-type tools. Example of these king of tools is disk-type milling cutter or grinding wheel. Moreover based on the given convex and concave tooth geometry the too...
Author:Wiesław DŹWIGOŃ
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.92SUT
Abstract:Accurate design of infrastructure for public transport is the basis for the efficient functioning of traffic and passenger transportation. The article presents an analysis of the availability of public transport stops. The measure of the availability relates to access times to ce...
Author:Piotr GOLDA , Robert KONIECZKA
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.90SUT
Abstract:In its preliminary part, the article characterises Boeings 737-400 as due to undergo further tests as well as the basic materials used in their construction. It also defines to what extend these materials are prone to damage in the course of their regular use over the planes...
Author:Kazimierz SKÓRA , Adam WOLSKI
Data Source:[J].Scientific Journal of Silesian University of Technology. Series Transport, 2016, Vol.92SUT
Abstract:A sea voyage can be divided into three parts with varying degrees of risk: -from the berth at the port of departure to the pilot disembarkation point; -from the pilot disembarkation to another pilot embarkation point near the port of call/destination; -from the pilot embarkation ...

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