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  1. Lessons Learned for Cx PRACA. Constellation Program Problem Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action Process and System

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    Kelle, Pido I.; Ratterman, Christian; Gibbs, Cecil

    2009-01-01

    This slide presentation reviews the Constellation Program Problem Reporting, Analysis and Corrective Action Process and System (Cx PRACA). The goal of the Cx PRACA is to incorporate Lessons learned from the Shuttle, ISS, and Orbiter programs by creating a single tool for managing the PRACA process, that clearly defines the scope of PRACA applicability and what must be reported, and defines the ownership and responsibility for managing the PRACA process including disposition approval authority. CxP PRACA is a process, supported by a single information gathering data module which will be integrated with a single CxP Information System, providing interoperability, import and export capability making the CxP PRACA a more effective and user friendly technical and management tool.

  2. Intercenter Problem Reporting and Corrective Action System (PRACAS)

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    Brock, G. H.; Paley, J. J.

    1984-01-01

    The Kennedy Space Center is transforming the PRACA bath automatic data processing (ADP) system of today into a fully integrated data base with on-line update and retrieval capabilities. The present manual system of reporting (Datafax, mail, and telephone) to the off-site design and engineering organizations is to be replaced by direct access to the most current information as it accrues at KSC or VAFB. Two major goals of the Intercenter PRACA are to provide a single data depository for both launch sites and to fully integrate the problem data with engineering data as well as other relevant information. The resulting ADP system can provide a closed loop system for problem reporting, corrective action and recurrence control that should serve the engineering community as well as reliability and quality assurance at the launch sites, KSC and VAFB, and at the design centers, JSC and MSFC.

  3. PRACA Enhancement Pilot Study Report: Engineering for Complex Systems Program (formerly Design for Safety), DFS-IC-0006

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    Korsmeyer, David; Schreiner, John

    2002-01-01

    This technology evaluation report documents the findings and recommendations of the Engineering for Complex Systems Program (formerly Design for Safety) PRACA Enhancement Pilot Study of the Space Shuttle Program's (SSP's) Problem Reporting and Corrective Action (PRACA) System. A team at NASA Ames Research Center (ARC) performed this Study. This Study was initiated as a follow-on to the NASA chartered Shuttle Independent Assessment Team (SIAT) review (performed in the Fall of 1999) which identified deficiencies in the current PRACA implementation. The Pilot Study was launched with an initial qualitative assessment and technical review performed during January 2000 with the quantitative formal Study (the subject of this report) started in March 2000. The goal of the PRACA Enhancement Pilot Study is to evaluate and quantify the technical aspects of the SSP PRACA systems and recommend enhancements to address deficiencies and in preparation for future system upgrades.

  4. [Results of treating myocardial infarction patients with ST segment elevation in Górnoślaskim Ośrodku Kardiologii in Katowice].

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    Maślankiewicz, Katarzyna; Jaklik, Andrzej; Jakubowski, Daniel; Kośmider, Jerzy; Ochała, Andrzej; Skowerski, Mariusz; Wita, Krystian; Weglarz, Przemysław; Zaorski, Krzysztof; Buszman, Paweł; Drzewiecki, Janusz; Gasior, Zbigniew; Gross, Maria; Trusz-Gluza, Maria; Tendera, Michał

    2003-06-01

    Reperfusion therapy reduces mortality rate in patients with acute myocardial infarction with ST-segment elevation (STEMI). The aim of the study was to access the early outcome of patiens (pts) with STEMI admitted to Upper Silesian Cardiology Centre in 2002. 957 pts with AMI were enrolled into the study. The influence of several factors on in-hospital mortality was analised. Out of 957 pts 51 died during hospitalization (5,3%). Coronary angiography was performed in 98,0% of pts. Primary PTCA was performed in 94,5% of pts. Stents were implanted in 85,9% of patients who underwent PTCA. The following factors significantly contributed to increased mortality among pts with acute myocardial infarction: female sex (p<0,02), multivessel disease (p<0,05), age above 65 yrs (p<0,001), time from the onset of chest pain above 6 hours (p<0,01) and 12 hours (p<0,001). The use of GP IIB/IIIA inhibitors significantly reduced the mortality rate (p<0,05). Cardiogenic shock was the only independent factor of the increased risk of mortality in multivariate regression analysis (p<0,0001) with relative risk of death (RR 33,5). The mortality rate in pts with shock was 40,2%: 70,8% in case of conservative treatment, 70% in the group of failed PTCA and only 17,2% in the group of successful PTCA. Among pts who underwent primary PTCA the failure to restore coronary blood flow of the infarct related artery contributed to increased relative risk of death (RR 14,5) (p<0,001). Stents improved the survival rate (p<0,01). In PTCA group cardiogenic shock and failed PTCA were independent risk factors in multivariate regression analysis. The results of our study show low rate of in-hospital mortality in pts without cardiogenic shock (1,2%). PTCA is highly successful method of treatment of pts with shock with mortality rate 17,2% in pts who underwent successful procedure.

  5. Component-Level Electronic-Assembly Repair (CLEAR) Analysis of the Problem Reporting and Corrective Action (PRACA) Database of the International Space Station On-Orbit Electrical Systems

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    Oeftering, Richard C.; Bradish, Martin A.; Juergens, Jeffrey R.; Lewis, Michael J.

    2011-01-01

    The NASA Constellation Program is investigating and developing technologies to support human exploration of the Moon and Mars. The Component-Level Electronic-Assembly Repair (CLEAR) task is part of the Supportability Project managed by the Exploration Technology Development Program. CLEAR is aimed at enabling a flight crew to diagnose and repair electronic circuits in space yet minimize logistics spares, equipment, and crew time and training. For insight into actual space repair needs, in early 2008 the project examined the operational experience of the International Space Station (ISS) program. CLEAR examined the ISS on-orbit Problem Reporting and Corrective Action database for electrical and electronic system problems. The ISS has higher than predicted reliability yet, as expected, it has persistent problems. A goal was to identify which on-orbit electrical problems could be resolved by a component-level replacement. A further goal was to identify problems that could benefit from the additional diagnostic and test capability that a component-level repair capability could provide. The study indicated that many problems stem from a small set of root causes that also represent distinct component problems. The study also determined that there are certain recurring problems where the current telemetry instrumentation and built-in tests are unable to completely resolve the problem. As a result, the root cause is listed as unknown. Overall, roughly 42 percent of on-orbit electrical problems on ISS could be addressed with a component-level repair. Furthermore, 63 percent of on-orbit electrical problems on ISS could benefit from additional external diagnostic and test capability. These results indicate that in situ component-level repair in combination with diagnostic and test capability can be expected to increase system availability and reduce logistics. The CLEAR approach can increase the flight crew s ability to act decisively to resolve problems while reducing dependency on Earth-supplied logistics for future Constellation Program missions.

  6. The Social Life of a Data Base

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    Linde, Charlotte; Wales, Roxana; Clancy, Dan (Technical Monitor)

    2002-01-01

    This paper presents the complex social life of a large data base. The topics include: 1) Social Construction of Mechanisms of Memory; 2) Data Bases: The Invisible Memory Mechanism; 3) The Human in the Machine; 4) Data of the Study: A Large-Scale Problem Reporting Data Base; 5) The PRACA Study; 6) Description of PRACA; 7) PRACA and Paper; 8) Multiple Uses of PRACA; 9) The Work of PRACA; 10) Multiple Forms of Invisibility; 11) Such Systems are Everywhere; and 12) Two Morals to the Story. This paper is in viewgraph form.

  7. Assessment of the NASA Space Shuttle Program's Problem Reporting and Corrective Action System

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    Korsmeryer, D. J.; Schreiner, J. A.; Norvig, Peter (Technical Monitor)

    2001-01-01

    This paper documents the general findings and recommendations of the Design for Safety Programs Study of the Space Shuttle Programs (SSP) Problem Reporting and Corrective Action (PRACA) System. The goals of this Study were: to evaluate and quantify the technical aspects of the SSP's PRACA systems, and to recommend enhancements addressing specific deficiencies in preparation for future system upgrades. The Study determined that the extant SSP PRACA systems accomplished a project level support capability through the use of a large pool of domain experts and a variety of distributed formal and informal database systems. This operational model is vulnerable to staff turnover and loss of the vast corporate knowledge that is not currently being captured by the PRACA system. A need for a Program-level PRACA system providing improved insight, unification, knowledge capture, and collaborative tools was defined in this study.

  8. Determining Component Probability using Problem Report Data for Ground Systems used in Manned Space Flight

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    Monaghan, Mark W.; Gillespie, Amanda M.

    2013-01-01

    During the shuttle era NASA utilized a failure reporting system called the Problem Reporting and Corrective Action (PRACA) it purpose was to identify and track system non-conformance. The PRACA system over the years evolved from a relatively nominal way to identify system problems to a very complex tracking and report generating data base. The PRACA system became the primary method to categorize any and all anomalies from corrosion to catastrophic failure. The systems documented in the PRACA system range from flight hardware to ground or facility support equipment. While the PRACA system is complex, it does possess all the failure modes, times of occurrence, length of system delay, parts repaired or replaced, and corrective action performed. The difficulty is mining the data then to utilize that data in order to estimate component, Line Replaceable Unit (LRU), and system reliability analysis metrics. In this paper, we identify a methodology to categorize qualitative data from the ground system PRACA data base for common ground or facility support equipment. Then utilizing a heuristic developed for review of the PRACA data determine what reports identify a credible failure. These data are the used to determine inter-arrival times to perform an estimation of a metric for repairable component-or LRU reliability. This analysis is used to determine failure modes of the equipment, determine the probability of the component failure mode, and support various quantitative differing techniques for performing repairable system analysis. The result is that an effective and concise estimate of components used in manned space flight operations. The advantage is the components or LRU's are evaluated in the same environment and condition that occurs during the launch process.

  9. NASA's Accident Precursor Analysis Process and the International Space Station

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    Groen, Frank; Lutomski, Michael

    2010-01-01

    This viewgraph presentation reviews the implementation of Accident Precursor Analysis (APA), as well as the evaluation of In-Flight Investigations (IFI) and Problem Reporting and Corrective Action (PRACA) data for the identification of unrecognized accident potentials on the International Space Station.

  10. Putting the Power of Configuration in the Hands of the Users

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    Al-Shihabi, Mary-Jo; Brown, Mark; Rigolini, Marianne

    2011-01-01

    Goal was to reduce the overall cost of human space flight while maintaining the most demanding standards for safety and mission success. In support of this goal, a project team was chartered to replace 18 legacy Space Shuttle nonconformance processes and systems with one fully integrated system Problem Reporting and Corrective Action (PRACA) processes provide a closed-loop system for the identification, disposition, resolution, closure, and reporting of all Space Shuttle hardware/software problems PRACA processes are integrated throughout the Space Shuttle organizational processes and are critical to assuring a safe and successful program Primary Project Objectives Develop a fully integrated system that provides an automated workflow with electronic signatures Support multiple NASA programs and contracts with a single "system" architecture Define standard processes, implement best practices, and minimize process variations

  11. NASA Taxonomies for Searching Problem Reports and FMEAs

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    Malin, Jane T.; Throop, David R.

    2006-01-01

    Many types of hazard and risk analyses are used during the life cycle of complex systems, including Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Hazard Analysis, Fault Tree and Event Tree Analysis, Probabilistic Risk Assessment, Reliability Analysis and analysis of Problem Reporting and Corrective Action (PRACA) databases. The success of these methods depends on the availability of input data and the analysts knowledge. Standard nomenclature can increase the reusability of hazard, risk and problem data. When nomenclature in the source texts is not standard, taxonomies with mapping words (sets of rough synonyms) can be combined with semantic search to identify items and tag them with metadata based on a rich standard nomenclature. Semantic search uses word meanings in the context of parsed phrases to find matches. The NASA taxonomies provide the word meanings. Spacecraft taxonomies and ontologies (generalization hierarchies with attributes and relationships, based on terms meanings) are being developed for types of subsystems, functions, entities, hazards and failures. The ontologies are broad and general, covering hardware, software and human systems. Semantic search of Space Station texts was used to validate and extend the taxonomies. The taxonomies have also been used to extract system connectivity (interaction) models and functions from requirements text. Now the Reconciler semantic search tool and the taxonomies are being applied to improve search in the Space Shuttle PRACA database, to discover recurring patterns of failure. Usual methods of string search and keyword search fall short because the entries are terse and have numerous shortcuts (irregular abbreviations, nonstandard acronyms, cryptic codes) and modifier words cannot be used in sentence context to refine the search. The limited and fixed FMEA categories associated with the entries do not make the fine distinctions needed in the search. The approach assigns PRACA report titles to problem classes in

  12. Wiring Damage Analyses for STS OV-103

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    Thomas, Walter, III

    2006-01-01

    This study investigated the Shuttle Program s belief that Space Transportation System (STS) wiring damage occurrences are random, that is, a constant occurrence rate. Using Problem Reporting and Corrective Action (PRACA)-derived data for STS Space Shuttle OV-103, wiring damage was observed to increase over the vehicle s life. Causal factors could include wiring physical deterioration, maintenance and inspection induced damage, and inspection process changes resulting in more damage events being reported. Induced damage effects cannot be resolved with existent data. Growth analysis (using Crow-AMSAA, or CA) resolved maintenance/inspection effects (e.g., heightened awareness) on all wire damages and indicated an overall increase since Challenger Return-to-Flight (RTF). An increasing failure or occurrence rate per flight cycle was seen for each wire damage mode; these (individual) rates were not affected by inspection process effects, within statistical error.

  13. Zastosowanie oznaczeń nikotyny we włosach jako narzędzia do oceny narażenia na dym tytoniowy

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    Koszowski, Bartosz; Czogała, Jan; Goniewicz, Maciej Łukasz; Sobczak, Andrzej; Kolasińska, Ewelina; Kośmider, Leon; Kuma, Tomasz

    2009-01-01

    Pierwsza praca dotycząca oznaczania nikotyny we włosach została opublikowana w 1983 roku przez Ishiyama i wsp. Od czasu tych pionierskich badań minęło już ponad 25 lat, a badanie zawartości nikotyny we włosach stało się cennym narzędziem służącym ocenie narażenia na liczne ksenobiotyki, w tym na dym tytoniowy. Niniejszy artykuł jest próbą zwięzłego przeglądu najważniejszych badań ostatnich lat, które wykorzystywały nikotynę we włosach jako biomarker. W artykule opisano także stosowane do oznaczeń nikotyny we włosach techniki laboratoryjne oraz przedstawiono wady i zalety włosów jako biomarkera narażenia na dym tytoniowy. PMID:19189581

  14. [The relationship between workaholism defined as an addiction and a behavioral tendency and work-family conflict].

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    Chodkiewicz, Jan; Hauk, Mateusz

    2012-01-01

    The aim of this research was to analyze the relationship between workaholism (defined as an addiction and a behavioral tendency) and intensity of work/family conflict (WFC/FWC). A group of 178 employees was surveyed three times in one year: six months before the annual leave, just after its termination and six months after annual leave. The Scale of Being Absorbed by Work (Skala Zaabsorbowania Praca - SZAP) by Golińska was applied to measure workaholism defined as an addiction, and the Scale of Workaholism as Behavioral Tendencies (SWBT) by Mudrack and Naughton to measure workaholism defined as a behavioral tendency. In addition, the Scale of Work-Family Conflict by Netemayer was used as another diagnostic tool. The results of the survey showed statistically significant positive relationship between workaholism measured by SZAP and the intensity of work-family conflict (WFC/FWC) at each stage of the study, while workaholism measured by SWBT did not reveal such a relationship. The results indicate a significant role of the applied Scale of Being Absorbed by Work in understanding the effects of workaholism.

  15. Presentation of Functional, PPS and Hall's Methods in Comparison with other Research on Space Quality / Prezentacja Metod: Funkcjonalnej, Pps I Hall'A Na Tle Innych Badań Jakości Przestrzeni

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    Kossak-Jagodzińska, Anna

    2015-03-01

    The end of the twentieth century was a period in which the need for quality control was developing in all areas of life in post-industrial countries. The impulse for the development of numerous methods of evaluating the quality in architecture and construction was "Green Paper" and "Agenda 21" concerning the idea of sustainable development. First of all, creation of a system of evaluation criteria is the basis for elaboration of any system of quality control. Several years of cooperation between J. Serdyńska and the author resulted in a cycle of studies on urban public space (squares in the city of Katowice) based upon functional, Hall's and PPS methods. This study aims to embed them in a typology of other studies of space quality. Koniec XX w jest okresem, w którym potrzeba kontroli jakości rozwija się w krajach postindustrialnych we wszystkich dziedzinach życia. Impulsem dla rozwoju licznych metod oceny jakości w architekturze i budownictwie była "Zielona księga" i "Agenda 21" dotyczące idei zrównoważonego rozwoju. Podstawą opracowania jakiegokolwiek systemu kontroli jakości jest przede wszystkim stworzenie systemu kryteriów oceny. Kilkuletnia współpraca autorki z J. Serdyńską zaowocowała cyklem badań miejskiej przestrzeni publicznej (place Katowic), opartych na metodach: funkcjonalnej (określenie dominującej funkcji przestrzeni publicznej), Hall'a (zagospodarowanie tej przestrzeni) I PPS (badanie jej potencjału). Niniejsze opracowanie ma na celu osadzić je w typologii innych badań jakości przestrzeni

  16. Revitalisation As a Force Promoting Spatial Changes in Wrocław/ Idea Rewitalizacji Motorem Przemian Przestrzennych Wrocławia

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    Kożan, Aldona

    2015-06-01

    The idea of revitalization, which grew out of the need to repair degraded urban spaces, has taken on a new meaning in the context of contemporary development challenges. The work includes references to the basic programme documents and strategies. It shows regeneration activities carried out in Wrocław in connection with the organization of international events, cultural and sport events, and with the improvement of spatial order. These actions contributed to the revitalization of the image of the city. The paper contains the results of these changes, the complementarity of decisions and their impact on social behaviour. Idea rewitalizacji, wyrosła z konieczności naprawy zdegradowanych przestrzeni miejskich i zniesienia konfliktów społecznych, nabrała nowego znaczenia w kontekście współczesnych wyzwań rozwojowych. Władze Wrocławia opracowały strategię i szereg dokumentów programowych, których efektem są zrealizowane przedsięwzięcia rewitalizacyjne: obiekty stanowiące infrastrukturę techniczną dla realizacji imprez sportowo - kulturalnych (Stadion Miejski Euro 2012, obiekty Hali Stulecia, rozwoju nauki: kampusy uczelni wyższych i obiekty kultury). Rewitalizacji przestrzennej zostały poddane przestrzenie publiczne miasta: ulice i place, modernizacji i rozbudowie podlegały układy i obiekty transportowe: nowy terminal lotniczy, przebudowa Dworca Głównego we Wrocławiu. Działania rewitalizacyjne wpłynęły na nowy wizerunek miasta, podniosły jakość życia i wyzwoliły nowe zachowania społeczne. Praca zawiera wyniki tych przemian, komplementarności podjętych decyzji i ich wpływu na zachowania społeczne.

  17. Implementation of Programmatic Quality and the Impact on Safety

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    Huls, Dale Thomas; Meehan, Kevin

    2005-01-01

    and sustaining quality assurance strategy for long-term manned space flight. An analysis of the ISS waiver processes and the Problem Reporting and Corrective Action (PRACA) process implemented as quality functions. Impact of current ISS Program procedures and practices with regards to operational safety and risk A discussion regarding a "defense-in-depth" approach to quality functions will be provided to address the issue of "integration vs independence" with respect to the roles of Programs, NASA Centers, and NASA Headquarters. Generic recommendations are offered to address the inadequacies identified in the implementation of ISS quality assurance. A reassessment by the NASA community regarding the importance of a "quality culture" as a component within a larger "safety culture" will generate a more effective and value-added functionality that will ultimately enhance safety.

  18. EMU Lessons Learned Database

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    Matthews, Kevin M., Jr.; Crocker, Lori; Cupples, J. Scott

    2011-01-01

    As manned space exploration takes on the task of traveling beyond low Earth orbit, many problems arise that must be solved in order to make the journey possible. One major task is protecting humans from the harsh space environment. The current method of protecting astronauts during Extravehicular Activity (EVA) is through use of the specially designed Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU). As more rigorous EVA conditions need to be endured at new destinations, the suit will need to be tailored and improved in order to accommodate the astronaut. The Objective behind the EMU Lessons Learned Database(LLD) is to be able to create a tool which will assist in the development of next-generation EMUs, along with maintenance and improvement of the current EMU, by compiling data from Failure Investigation and Analysis Reports (FIARs) which have information on past suit failures. FIARs use a system of codes that give more information on the aspects of the failure, but if one is unfamiliar with the EMU they will be unable to decipher the information. A goal of the EMU LLD is to not only compile the information, but to present it in a user-friendly, organized, searchable database accessible to all familiarity levels with the EMU; both newcomers and veterans alike. The EMU LLD originally started as an Excel database, which allowed easy navigation and analysis of the data through pivot charts. Creating an entry requires access to the Problem Reporting And Corrective Action database (PRACA), which contains the original FIAR data for all hardware. FIAR data are then transferred to, defined, and formatted in the LLD. Work is being done to create a web-based version of the LLD in order to increase accessibility to all of Johnson Space Center (JSC), which includes converting entries from Excel to the HTML format. FIARs related to the EMU have been completed in the Excel version, and now focus has shifted to expanding FIAR data in the LLD to include EVA tools and support hardware such as

  19. Unique Project of Single-Cutting Head Longwall Shearer Used for Thin Coal Seams Exploitation / Projekt Jednoorganowego Kombajnu ŚCIANOWEGO O Specjalnej Konstrukcji Przeznaczonego do Eksploatacji POKŁADÓW Cienkich

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    Bołoz, Łukasz

    2013-12-01

    ): • praca w systemie ścianowym, • zastosowanie frezowania jako metody skrawania, • rozdzielenie procesu frezowania od procesu ładowania, • zastosowanie pełnej automatyzacja pracy, • zastosowanie cięgnowego systemu posuwu, • możliwość rozpoczynania nowego skrawu bez konieczności zawrębiania, • gabaryty dostosowane do pracy w ścianach o wysokości od 1.0 m do 1.6 m, praca systemem dwukierunkowym. Fig. 2 przedstawia koncepcję kombajnu jednoorganowego. Kombajn ten składa się z kadłuba 2, jednego zamocowanego centralnie organu urabiającego 1 oraz dwóch rozkładanych ładowarek odkładniowych 3 i 4. Ładowarka 3 znajduje się w pozycji czynnej, natomiast ładowarka 4 w biernej. Kombajn jest ciągnięty po rynnach przenośnika 5 za pomocą łańcucha 6. Łańcuch 7 jest gałęzią bierną dla przedstawionego zwrotu prędkości. Podane, orientacyjne wymiary wynikają z analizy dotychczasowych rozwiązań kombajnów, głowic strugowych oraz założonego zakresu wysokości wyrobiska ścianowego (Krauze, 2006; Bołoz, 2012). Dla zaproponowanego rozwiązania przyjęto szereg koniecznych wielkości i przeprowadzono analizę możliwego do uzyskania wydobycia dobowego. Zestawione tabelarycznie wyniki umożliwiają określenie wydobycia dobowego możliwego do uzyskania przy określonych wartościach parametrów geometrycznych ściany, kinematycznych kombajnu oraz organizacyjnych pracy ściany. Dla założonych parametrów można stwierdzić, że minimalne wydobycie dobowe na poziomie Vd = 4032 Mg/d uzyskano dla L = 180 m, tp = 11 min, H = 1.0 m oraz T = 12 h/d. Maksymalne wydobycie dobowe na poziomie Vd = 11 612 Mg/d uzyskać można dla L = 300 m, tp = 0 min, H = 1.6 m oraz T = 18 h/d. Na wydobycie dobowe największy wpływ ma dobowy czas pracy ściany a następnie czas przekładki (Bołoz, 2012). Średnica organu dla takiego kombajnu dobierana jest do grubości pokładu. W przedmiotowym rozwiązaniu przyjęto organ o konstrukcji przestrzennej (belki no

  20. Combustion of Coal-Mule Briquettes / Spalanie Brykietów Z Mułu Węglowego

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    Kijo-Kleczkowska, Agnieszka

    2013-09-01

    , mających na celu identyfikację przebiegu procesu spalania paliw, utworzonych nie tylko z mułów poflotacyjnych, ale również z mieszaniny mułów węglowych oraz pyłów węgla i biomasy. Niniejsza praca podejmuje mechanizm i kinetykę spalania oraz współspalania wspomnianych paliw w postaci brykietów, prowadzonego w strumieniu powietrza

  1. Assessment of the Condition of Hoisting Ropes by Measuring their Geometric Parameters in a Three-Dimensional Image of their Surface / Metoda Oceny Stanu Lin Wyciągowych Poprzez Pomiar Parametrów Geometrycznych Na Trójwymiarowym Obrazie Ich Powierzchni

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    Olszyna, Grzegorz; Sioma, Andrzej; Tytko, Andrzej

    2013-09-01

    This article discusses a vision method of measuring the geometric parameters of ropes and evaluating their wear based on measurements made in a three-dimensional projection of rope surface. The purposes of this method include assessment of the condition of all kinds of ropes working in the mining industry. The proposed method is novel, eliminates the shortcomings of previously used mandatory visual methods, removes their constraints, and is an important complement to magnetic methods. The article discusses the method of construction of a three-dimensional image based on mapping of the actual dimensions of the rope and on algorithms that allow determination of the parameters describing its basic geometrical dimensions and surface condition. The article discusses issues related to resolution of the vision system, resolution of laser beam analysis, and resolution relating to the measurement of the height profile on the surface of the rope. Based on the image constructed in such a way, measurements are presented in order to assess the dimensional parameters and surface defects in sample rope structures. Based on tests and analyses of the three-dimensional image, a range of inspection tasks using 3D vision systems is indicated. Praca poświęcona jest omówieniu metody pomiaru parametrów geometrycznych lin i oceny ich zużycia metodą wizyjną na bazie pomiarów wykonywanych na trójwymiarowym rozwinięciu powierzchni liny. Metoda dedykowana jest między innymi do oceny stanu wszystkich rodzajów lin pracujących w górnictwie. Proponowana metoda jest nowatorska, eliminuje wady dotychczas stosowanych obligatoryjnych metod wizualnych, usuwa ich ograniczenia oraz stanowi istotne uzupełnienie metod magnetycznych. W pracy omówiono metodę budowy obrazu trójwymiarowego opartą na odwzorowywaniu rzeczywistych wymiarów liny oraz algorytmy umożliwiające wyznaczenie parametrów opisujących jej podstawowe wymiary geometryczne oraz stan powierzchni. W artykule om

  2. Analysis of geodetic and legal documentation in the process of expropriation for roads. Krakow case study

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    Trembecka, Anna

    2013-06-01

    ślający wartość nieruchomości, niejednokrotnie w odległym terminie od chwili utraty gruntów przez właściciela. Jedną z przyczyn przedłużających się postępowań odszkodowawczych jest kwestionowanie proponowanej kwoty odszkodowań, nieuregulowane stany prawne nieruchomości a także nieprecyzyjne przepisy prawne. Istotne znaczenie ma prawidłowe opracowywanie dokumentacji geodezyjno-prawnej dołączanej do wniosku o wydanie decyzji a także wykorzystywanej w postępowaniach odszkodowawczych. Praca została zrealizowana w ramach badań statutowych Katedry GIiB nr 11.11.150.00

  3. Stability Assessment of the High Safety Pillars in Slovenian Natural Stone Mines / Ocena Stabilności Wysokich Filarów Bezpieczeństwa W Kopalniach Kamieni Naturalnych W Słowenii

    NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS)

    Kortnik, Jože

    2015-03-01

    (wapień), w 2008 kamieniołom Lipica I (wapień), w roku 2009 wapień pozyskiwać także zaczęto z kamieniołomu w Dolinie. Działo się to głównie z uwagi na strukturę geologiczną w tych miejscach, warunki geologiczne kamieniołomów, potencjalnie grube warstwy nadkładu w przypadku rozszerzania działalności w części odkrywkowej kamieniołomu, a także rosnący popyt na te surowce (kamień naturalny). Podziemne wydobycie kamieni naturalnych we wszystkich tych lokalizacjach odbywa się za pomocą zmodyfikowanej metody filarowo- komorowej, dostosowanej do uwarunkowań poszczególnych lokalizacji, z wykorzystaniem układu mniej lub bardziej regularnie rozmieszczonych filarów zabezpieczających. Ponieważ podziemne wydobycie naturalnych bloków skalnych odbywa się stosunkowo płytko pod powierzchnią, (na głębokościach rzędu 10-40 m), to wartości pierwotnego naprężenia pionowego są stosunkowo niewielkie (poniżej 1.0 MPa). Wskutek tego powstaje poważne ryzyko odrywania się od stropu bloków skalnych w kształcie klinów, zwłaszcza w dużych, otwartych komorach podziemnych. W latach ubiegłych instalowano układy monitorujące stan naprężeń i odkształceń, wykorzystywane przy planowaniu wymiarów (szerokości i wysokości) dużych, otwartych, przestrzennych komór podziemnych oraz wymiarów filarów zabezpieczających, a także układy zapewniające stałą kontrolę i wykrywanie niestabilności w obrębie stropu oraz w ścianach bocznych komór. Niniejsza praca zawiera przegląd metod i urządzeń wykorzystywanych do optymalizacji i bezpieczeństwa monitorowania stanu filarów zabezpieczających w podziemnych kopalniach kamieni naturalnych w Słowenii.