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  • Lódź, Gdańsk, Brno and Ostrava and their Inner Cities: Urban and Demographic Development during Post-socialism

    Bierzynski, A.; Grabowska, M.; Haase, A.; Klusáček, P. (Petr); Maas, A.; Mair, J.; Martinát, S. (Stanislav); Sagan, I.; Vaishar, A. (Antonín); Wenclawowicz, G.; Zapletalová, J. (Jana) (2011)
    The chapter No. 6 starts with an overview of Polish and Czech second-order cities within the respective national settlement systems. The next part of chapter introduces the four case studies (Lódź, Gdańsk, Brno and Ostrava) together with their inner-city areas in more detail. Finally, it is taken a city-wide overview of the two dimensions of residential change: residents and residence. The chapter No. 6 starts with an overview of Polish and Czech second-order cities within the respective na...

    On the preparation of precursors and carriers of nanoparticles by water jet technology

    Sitek, L. (Libor); Foldyna, J. (Josef); Martinec, P. (Petr); Klich, J. (Jiří); Mašláň, M. (2012)
    High-velocity water jet expanded into many fields of human activity due to its unique properties. Besides already traditional technological processes it begins to find its way also to the comminution of mineral particles. The paper analyzes the possibility of particle comminution using an abrasive mixing head used to generate high-velocity abrasive water jet and an impact of the jet to the solid perpendicular target made from tungsten carbide. Phyllosilicate (i.e. layered silicate) particl...

    Pervaporation Membranes with Poly(γ-Benzyl-L-Glutamate) Selective Layers for Separation of Toluene - n-Heptane Mixtures

    Kononova, S.V.; Kremnev, R.V.; Suvorova, E.I.; Baklagina, Y.G.; Volchek, B.Z.; Uchytil, P. (Petr); Shabsels, B.M.; Romashkova, K.A.; Setničková, K. (Kateřina); Řezníčková Čermáková, J. (Jiřina) (2015)
    Embargo end date: 2017/03/02
    New composite membrane with a poly(γ-benzyl-L-glutamate) separation layer on a microporous poly(amide-imide) support was prepared and tested as a pervaporation membrane for selective separation of toluene/n-heptane mixtures. Composite membrane was formed by coating a solution of PBG in chloroform on the top surface of microporous PAI-SO2 support. PBG layer fulfils indispensable requirement for the preferential adsorption of the most penetrating component (toluene) of a separated mixture. Crys...

    The measurement of abrasive particles velocities in the process of abrasive water jet generation

    Zeleňák, M. (Michal); Foldyna, J. (Josef); Říha, Z. (Zdeněk) (2014)
    An optimization of the design of the abrasive cutting head using the numerical simulation requires gathering as much information about processes occurring in the cutting head as possible. Detailed knowledge of velocities of abrasive particles in the process of abrasive water jet generation is vital for the verification of the numerical model. A method of measurement of abrasive particles at the exit of focusing tube using the FPIV technique was proposed and preliminary tests are described in ...

    Characterization of Fine Particles by Aerosol Mass Spectrometer at the Prague Suburban Site During Summer and Winter Season

    Vodička, P. (Petr); Makeš, O. (Otakar); Schwarz, J. (Jaroslav) (2013)
    The increasing interest in the role of aerosols in the atmosphere leads to a growing need to their measurements in the environment. For this reasons, the detailed studies of aerosols were also included into the existing European project ACTRIS (www.actris.net). One of the ACTRIS part is the coordinated long-term measurement of aerosol chemistry both with Aerosol Chemical Speciation Monitors (ACSM) (Ng et al., 2011) and by other types of Aerosol Mass Spectrometers (AMS) (Canagaratna et al., 20...
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