Vrnjacka Banja, Serbia
12th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
"RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT IN
MECHANIC,AL INDUSTRY"
RaDMI 2012
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Vol. 2
Editor:
Predrag V. Dasic
Vrnjacka Banja, Serbia
13- 17. September 2012.
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Publisher:
SaTCIP (Scientific and Technical Center for Intellectual Property) Ltd.,
36210 Vrnjacka Banja, Serbia
For publisher: Jovan Dasi6, Director of the finn SaTCIP Ltd.
Reviewers:
Prof. dr. Branislav Dragovic, vice-dean, Maritime Faculty, University of
Montenegro, Kotor (Montenegro)
Prof. dr Sergey Kovalevskyy, vice-rector, Donbass State Machinery Academy
(DSMA), Kramatorsk (Ukraine)
Prof. dr Raycho Ilarionov, vice-rector, Technical University of Gabrovo
(Bulgaria)
Technical processing and design: Predrag Dasic
Jovan Dasic
Aleksandar Martinovi6
Approved by:
Decision no. 008/2012 from 07-07-2012 fi:om SaTCIP Ltd., Vrnjacka Banja (Serbia)
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ORGANIZERS
Vrnjacka Banja, Serbia
http://www. satcip. com/
in collaboration with
High Technical-Mechanical School
Trstenik, Serbia
http://vtms-ts.com/
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
1.
2.
Predrag Dasic, SaTCIP Ltd., Vmjacka Banja (Serbia), Chairman
Mr Dragan Trifunovic, director, High Teclmical Mechanical School, Trstenik (Serbia),
Vice-chainnan
3. Dr Milutin Milosavljevic, University ofPristina- Office Kosovska Mitrovica, Teclmical
Faculty, Kosovska Mitrovica (Serbia) .
4. Dr Vladeta Jevremovic, High Technical Mechanical School, Trstenik (Serbia)
5. Dr Geanina Podam, University of Galati, Faculty ofMechanical Engineering, Galati
(Romania)
6. Mr Ljiljana Pecic, High Technical Mechanical School, Trstenik (Serbia)
7. Marina Stanojevic, University ofNis, Faculty of Economics, Nis (Serbia)
8. Esmira Kanalic, SaTCIP Ltd., Vmjacka Banja (Serbia), Secretary
9. Dr Slobodan Radosavljevic, Mining Basin "Kolubara", Lazarevac (Serbia)
10. Mr Veis Serifi, SaTCIP Ltd., Vrnjacka Banja (Serbia)
11. Jovan Dasic, SaTCIP Ltd., Vmjacka Banja (Serbia)
12. Danka Milicevic, SaTCIP Ltd., Vrnjacka Banja (Serbia)
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SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE
1. Prof. dr Gtigo:ryev Sergey Nikolaevich, rector, Moscow State Technological University
"STANKIN", Moskva (Russia), Chairman
2. Prof. dr Valentin Nedeff, rector, University ofBacau, Faculty of Engineering, Bacau (Romania),
Vice-chairman
3. Prof. dr Friedrich Franek, University of Vienna and president of Austrian Tribology Association,
Vienna (Austria), Vice-chairman
4. Prof. dr Raycho Ilarionov, rector, Technical University ofGabrovo (Bulgaria), Vice-chairman
5. Dr Syed Ahmed, CSEM S. A., Surface Engineering Division, Neuchatel (Switzerland)
6. Prof. dr Emilia Assenova, Technical University of Sofia, Sofia (Bulgaria)
7. Prof. dr Anatoly P. Avdeenko, Donbass State Engineering Academy (DSEA), Kramatorsk
(Ukraine)
8. Prof. dr Milun Babic, University ofKragujevac, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Kragujevac
(Serbia)
9. Prof. drNada Barac, University ofNis, Faculty ofEconomics, NiS (Serbia)
10. Prof. dr Rade Biocanin, University ofNovi Pazar, Technical Faculty, Novi Pazar (Serbia)
11. Prof. dr Konstantin D. Bouzakis, Aristoteles University ofThessaloniki, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering, Thessaloniki (Greece)
12. Prof. dr Miodrag Bulatovic, University ofPodgorica, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
Podgorica (Montenegro)
13. Prof. dr Traian Buido~, University ofOradea, Faculty of Management andTechnological
Engineering, Oradea (Romania)
14. Prof. dr Mikhail V. Burmistr, academician, rector, Ukrainian State University of Chemical
Engineering, Dniepropetrovsk (Ukraine)
15. Prof. dr Alexander I. Bu:rya, academician, Dniepropetrovsk State Agrarian University,
Dniepropetrovsk (Ukraine)
16. Prof. dr Samuel Sanchez Caballero, Polytechnic University ofValencia, Institute for Automotive
Manufacturing and Design, Valencia (Spain)
17. Prof. dr Miguel Angel Selles Canto, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Institute for Automotive
Manufacturing and Design, Valencia (Spain)
18. Prof. dr Sorin Ciortan, University of Galati, Faculty ofMechanical Engineering, Galati (Romania)
19. Prof. dr Ilija Cosic, dean, University ofNovi Sad, ·Faculty of Technical Scientific, Novi Sad
(Serbia)
20. Prof. dr Predrag Cosic, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering Naval
Architecture, Zagreb (Croatia)
21. Prof. dr Alexandre Dolgui, Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines de Saint-Etienne, Saint-Etienne
(France)
22. Prof. dr Cemal Dolicanin, rector, University ofNovi Pazar, Technical Faculty, Novi Pazar
(Serbia)
23. Prof. dr. Branislav Dragovic, vice-dean, Maritime Faculty, University of Montenegro, Kotor
(Montenegro)
24. Prof. dr Ljuben Dudesku, University of Skopje, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Skopje
(Macedonia)
25. Prof. dr Petru Dusa, Technical University "Gh. Asachi", Faculty ofMechanics, I~i (Romania)
26. Prof. dr Ljubodrag Dordevic, High Technical Mechanical School, Trstenik (Serbia)
27. Prof. dr Vladan Dordevic, academician, University ofBelgrade, Faculty ofMechanical
Engineering, Belgrade (Serbia)
28. Prof. dr Sabahudin Ekinovic, rector, University ofZenica, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
Zenica (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
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29. Prof. dr Volodymir A. Fedorinov, rector, Donbass State Engineering Academy (DSEA),
Kramatorsk (Ukraine)
30. Prof. dr Anatoly N. Fesenko, vice-rector, Donbass State Engineering Academy (DSEA),
Kramatorsk (Ukraine)
31. Prof. dr Milomir Gasic, University ofKragujevac, Faculty ofMechanical Engineering, Kraljevo
(Serbia)
32. Prof. dr Manfred Geiger, University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen (Germany)
33. Prof. dr Anatoly Ivanovich Grabchenko, National Technical University, Kharkov Polytechnical
Institute, Kharkov (Ukraine)
34. Prof. dr Nicolae Valentin Ivan, University Transilvania ofBrasov, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering, Brasov (Romania)
35. Prof. dr Isak Karabegovic, dean, University ofBihac, Technical Faculty, Bihac (Bosnia and
Herzegovina)
36. Prof. dr Baki Karami~, Erciyes University, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Kaysei (Turkey)
37. Prof. dr Branko Katalinic, University of Vienna, Vienna (Austria)
38. Prof. dr Veijo Kauppinen, Helsinki University of Technology, Espoo (Finland)
39. Prof. dr Marianna Kazimierska- Grebosz, Technical University ofLodz, Faculty of General
Mechanics, Lodz (Poland)
40. Dr Sergei A. Klimenko, Director of Association ofMashine- Bulding Technologists of the
Ukraine - ATMU, Kiev (Ukraine)
41. Prof. dr Karel Kocman, Technical University ofBrno, Bmo (Szech Republic)
42. Prof. dr Janez Kopac, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Ljubljana
(Slovenia)
43. Prof. dr Viktor D. Kovalov, Donbass State Engineering Academy (DSEA), Kramatorsk (Ukraine)
44. Prof. dr Marian Kralik, vice-dean, Slovak University of Technology, Faculty ofMechanical
Engineering, Bratislava (Slovakia)
45. Prof. dr Zdravko Krivokapic, vice-dean, University ofPodgorica, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering, Podgorica (Montenegro)
46. Prof. dr Janos Kundrak, University ofMiskolc, Faculty of Production Engineering, Miskolc,
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(Hungary)
47. Prof. dr Valeriy V. Kuzin, Moscow State Technological University "STANKIN", Moskva
(Russia)
48. Prof. dr Cristian N. Madu, Pace University, Lubin School ofBussiness, New York (USA)
49. Prof. dr Velibor Marinkovic, University ofNis, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Nis (Serbia)
50. Prof. dr Vlatko Marusic, University ofOsijek, Mechanical Engineering Faculty, Slavonski Brod
(Croatia)
51. Prof. dr Ostoja Miletic, vice-rector, University ofBanja Luka, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,
Banja Luka (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
52. Prof. dr Silviu Macuta, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University "Dunarea de Jos" of Galati,
Galati (Romania)
53. Prof. dr Nikolay K. Myshkin, director, V.A. Belyi Metal Polymer Research Institute (MPRI),
Go mel (Belarus)
54. Prof. dr Onisifor Olaru, dean, University "Constantin Brancusi" ofTg-Jiu, Faculty of Engineering,
Tg-Jiu (Romania)
55. Prof dr Constantin Oprean, rector, "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu, Sibiu (Romania)
56. Prof. dr Liviu Palaghian, University of Galati, Faculty ofMechanical Engineering, Galati
(Romania)
57. Prof. dr. Nam Kyu Park, Tongmyong University, Busan (Korea)
58. Prof. dr JozefPeterka, vice-dean, Slovak University ofTechnology, Faculty of Material Sciences
and Technology ofTrnava, Tmava (Slovakia)
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59. Prof. dr Narcisa Popescu, University "Politehnica", Bucharest (Romania)
60. Prof. dr Stanislaw Pytko, Teclmical University of Krakow, Krakow (Poland)
61. Prof. dr Snezana Radonjic, University ofKragujevac, Technical Faculty, Cacak (Serbia)
62. Prof. dr Miroslav Radovanovic, University ofNis, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, NiS
(Serbia)
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63. Prof. dr Georgi Rashev, dean, Technical University ofGabrovo, Faculty ofMechanical
Engineering, Gabrovo (Bulgaria)
64. Prof. dr. Dong-Keun Ryoo, College ofinternational Studies, Korea Maritime University, Busan
(Korea)
65. Prof. dr Igor Sergeevich Sazonov, rector, Belarusian-Russian University (BRU), Mogilev
(Belarus)
66. Prof. dr Adolfo Senatore, University ofSalermo, Faculty ofMechanical Engineering, Fisciano
(Italy)
67. Prof. dr Vladimir}>. Sergienko, director, V.A. Belyi Metal Polymer Research Institute (MPRI),
Gomel (Belarus)
68. Prof. dr Dimitri Yu. Skubov, State Technical University of Sankt Petersburg, Sankt Petersburg
(Russia)
69. Prof. dr Georgy Slynko, academician, Zaporozhye National Engineering University, Zaporozhye
(Ukraine)
70. Prof. dr Mirko Sokovic, University ofLjubljana, Faculty ofMechanical Engineering, Ljubljana
(Slovenia)
71. Prof. dr Viktor Starkov, Moscow State Technological University, Moscow (Russia)
72. Prof. dr Ljubodrag Tanovic, University of Belgrade, Faculty ofMechanical Engineering, Belgrade
(Serbia)
73. Prof. dr Peter M. Talanchuk, academician, National Technical University of Ukraine, Kyiv
Polytechnic Institute (KPI), Kyiv (Ukraine)
74. Prof. dr Oleg Vasilevich Taratynov, academician, Moscow State Industrial University, Moscow
(Russia)
75. Prof dr Mihail Titu, "Lucian Blaga" University of Sibiu, director of Intellectual Property
Department, Sibiu (Romania)
76. Prof. dr Mirela Toth-Tascau, Politehnica University ofTimi~oara, Faculty of Mechanical
Engineering, Timi~oara (Romania)
77. Prof. dr Nikolaos Vaxevanidis, Institute of Pedagogical & Technological Education, N. Heraklion
Attikis (Greece)
78. Prof. dr Karol Velisek, Slovak University of Technology, Faculty of Material Sciences and
Technology ofTrnava, Trnava (Slovakia)
79. Prof. dr Nataliya Vodolazskaya, vice-dean, Donetsk National Technical University (DNTU),
Donetsk (Ukraine)
80. Prof. dr Edward Walicki, University ofZielona Gora,Faculty of Mechanics, Zielona Gora
(Poland)
81. Prof. dr Ton vad der Wiele, Erasmus University, Rotterdam School of Management, Rotterdam
(Netherlands)
82. Prof. dr Carol Zoller, University ofPetrosani, Faculty for Mechanical and Electrical Engineers,
Petrosani (Romania)
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PREFACE
The First Conference "Research and Development in Chemical and Mechanical Industry" - RaDMI
2001 was held upon the initiative of Predrag Dasic and prof. dr Miroslav Radovanovic in Krusevac
from October 22-24,2001.
Until now, 9 conferences were realized. The conference accepted and published over 1.700 papers,
from which 1.200 were from abroad from 40 various countries of the world. Total number of authors
and coauthors is over 2.000. Papers ofthe lOth conferences were published in 18 proceedings in hard
copy and 9 proceedings in electronic form (CD-ROM). Amount of printed material was approximately
12.000 pages. Some papers from the 8th International conference RaDMI 2008 will be printed in
special issue of international journal from SCI-E paper "Strojniski Vestnik- Journal of Mechanical
Engineering" Vol. 55, no. 2 (2009) (Web site: http://en.sv-jme.eu/).
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Twelve International Conference "Research and Development in Mechanical Industry" RaDMI 2012
will be held on 13-17th September 2012 in Vmjacka Banja, Serbia, in honor of 50 years (1962-2012)
of High Technical-Mechanical School in Trstenik.
Topics of the Conference RaDMI 2012 are:
• Plenary Session: Invitation papers, with 15 papers;
• Session A: Research .and development of manufacturing systems, tools and technologies, new
materials and production design, with 25 papers;
• Session B: Quality management, ISO 9000, ISO 14000, TQM and management in mechanical
engineering, with 62 papers;
• Session C: Application of information technologies in mechanical engineering, with 34 papers;
• Session D: Application of mechanical engineering in other industrial fields, with 53 papers.
The aim of organizing the Conference is: animating scientists from the faculties and institutes and
experts from the industry and their connecting and collaboration, and exchanging the experiences and
knowledge of domestic and foreign scientists and experts.
On behalf of the organizers, we would like to extend our thanks to all organizations and institutions
that have supported the initiative to have this anniversary gathering organized. We would also like to
extend our thanks to all authors and participants from abroad and from the country for contribution to
this conference.
Vrnjacka Banja, September 2012.
CHAIRMAN OF ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
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CONTENTS
Volume 1
PLENARY SESSION (INVITATION PAPERS)
P-1.
P-2.
P-3.
P-4.
P-5.
P-6.
P-7.
P-8.
P-9.
P-10.
P-11.
P-12.
P-13.
Dragovic B., Mestrovic R., Corovic B., Skuric M. (Kotor- Montenegro)
CONTRIBUTION OF INVESTIGATION IN RELATION TO MARITIME
EDUCATION: MARITIME FACULTY KOTOR
Toth-Tascau M., Krepelka M. (Timisoara- Romania)
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF DEFORMATION FIELD IN THREE
CUSTOMIZED HIP PROSTHESES
Fountas N.A., Vaxevanidis N.M. (Attikis- Greece)
COMPARATIVE ASSESSMENT OF MULTI-AXIS ISO-PARAMETRIC
SCULPTURED SURFACE MACHINING STRATEGIES TO OPTIMIZE SURFACE
INTEGRITY AND PROCESS PRODUCTIVITY
Karabegovic I. (Bihac- Bosnia and Herzegovina), Dolecek V. (Sarajevo -Bosnia
and Herzegovina), Karabegovic E. (Bihac- Bosnia and Herzegovina)
WORLD SERVICE ROBOT DISTRIBUTION AND APPLICATION
Pehan S., Kegl B. (Maribor- Slovenia)
300 kW DIRECT DRIVE WIND TURBINE DESIGN
Gerasymchuk V.H. (Kiev- Ukraine)
SPHERE CONVERGENCES Of ECONOMIC MODELS UKRAINE AND SERBIA
Marusic V.
(Slavonski Brod- Croatia),
Rozing G. (Osijek- Croatia), Sarcevic Z.
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(Vinkovci...:. Croatia), Rosandic Z. (Slavonski Brod- Croatia)
ANALYSIS OF WEAR OF WORM PRESS PARTS IN CONDITIONS OF
AGGRESSIVE MEDIA
Arsovski S., Nikezic S., Vladetic S. (Kragujevac - Serbia)
DEVELOPMENT OF QUALITY OF MANAGEMENT IN COMPANIES IN SERBIA
Neskovic S. (Novi Sad- Serbia), Mekic S., Biocanin R. (Novi Pazar- Serbia)
ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND
ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
Jevtic D., Zakic D., Savic A. (Belgrade- Serbia)
PROPERTIES OF SUSTAINABLE CEMENTITIOUS COMPOSITES MADE WITH
RECYCLED RUBBER
Barac N., Milovanovic G., Andjelkovic A. (Nis- Serbia)
CONTRIBUTION OF RFID TECHNOLOGY IN ACHIEVING LEAN PRODUCTION
Stankovic M.R., Obradovic I., Kitanovic 0., Kolonja Lj. (Belgrade - Serbia)
TOWARDS A MINING EQUIPMENT ONTOLOGY
Nikezic S., Puric S. (Kragujevac- Serbia), Bojic B., Grabovica E. (SarajevoBosnia and Herzegovina)
LEADERSHIP AND POWER: SOURCES AND EFFECTS
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23
31
39
50
59
74
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P-14.
Radosavljevic S. (Lazarevac- Serbia), Dasic P. (Trstenik- Serbia), Radosavljevic
M., Radosavljevic J. (Lazarevac- Serbia)
CONCEPTS OF ENGINEERING MAINTENANCE IN MINING AND ENERGY
BASED ON RISK
P-15. Milentijevic G., Nedeljkovic B., Jaksic M. (Kosovska Mitrovica- Serbia)
HYDROLOGICAL ANALYSIS IN AN ARTIFICIAL RESORVOIR "GAZIVODA"
135
144
SESSION A
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPl\fENT OF l\lANUFACTURING SYSTEl\fS,
TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES, NE'V 1\:IATERIALS AND
PRODUCTION DESIGN
A-1.
Aliiev I.S., Zhbankov I.G. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
153
THE FORGING OF BILLET BY SPECIAL INSTRUMENT WITH ASYMMETRIC
FORM
A-2.
Botan M., Georgescu C., Deleanu L. (Galati- Romania)
160
INFLUENCE OF PTFE CONCENTRATION IN PBT UPON THERMAL
PROPERTIES
A-3.
Ciortan S. (Galati- Romania), Dasic P. (Trstenik- Serbia), Podaru G., Birsan I.
(Galati- Romania)
170
POLYMERIC PACKING BULK MODULUS VARIATION ANALYSIS WITH
NEURAL NETWORKS MODELS
A-4.
Damnjanovic Z. (Bor- Serbia), ManCic D., Lazarevic D. (Nis- Serbia), Cvejic R.
(Belgrade- Serbia)
176
NON CONTACT MEASUREMENTS OF THERMOELASTIC STRESS FIELDS ON
MECHANICAL COMPONENTS WITH INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY
A-5.
Dochev M.G., Canova A.M. (Lovech- Bulgaria), Rashev G.E. (Gabrovo- Bulgaria)
182
SUMMARIZED RESOURCES CALCULATION METHODOLOGY OF HAND
POWERTOOLS
A-6.
Dordevic Lj. (Trstenik- Serbia)
193
MEMORIES ON Prof. PhD PREDRAG POPOVIC
A-7.
Eric Obucina R.J. (Trstenik- Serbia), Obucina S.V. (Kraljevo- Serbia)
198
VANE PUMP FOR MOTORS VEHICLES
A-8.
Korchak E.S. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
206
DESIGNING HIGH-PRESSURE HYDRAULIC CYLINDER BODY OF RATIONAL
CONSTRUCTION
A-9.
KovalevV.D., Vasilchenko Y.V. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
210
ADAPTIVE OPTIMAL CONTROL OF A HEAVY LATHE OPERATION
A-10.
KovalevV.D., Vasilchenko Y.V. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
216
OPTIMIZATION OF CUTTING PARAMETERS CONSIDERING THE ACTUAL
PROCESS STATE IN REAL TIME ENVIRONMENT IN HEAVY ENGINEERING
A-11.
Kovalev V.D., Vasilchenko Y.V., Kosovskaya T. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
221
OPERATION MODELING OF ADAPTIVE SPINDLE BLOCKS OF HEAVY
LATHES
A-12.
Kovalevskyy S., Starodubcev I. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
230
NEURAL NETWORK ANALYSIS OF NATURAL FREQUENCIES SPECTRUM OF
PRODUCTS FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF THEIR PARAMETERS
A-13.
Kovalevskyy S., Starodubcev I., Sokur S. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
INVESTIGATION WITH THE APPLICATION OF NEURAL NETWORKS ABILITY
SURFACE PROCESSING WORKING PARTS MACHINE ON WEDNESDAY
CORONA DISCHARGE
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A-14.
A-15.
A-16.
A-17.
A-18.
A-19.
A-20.
A-21.
A-22.
A-23.
A-24.
A-25.
Kuzin V.V. (Moscow- Russia}, Dasic P. (Trstenik- Serbia), Fedorov M.Yu.
242
(Moscow- Russia)
THE STRESS-STRAIN STATE GROOVING INSERT FROM NITRIDE CERAMICS
Kuzin V.V. (Moscow- Russia), Dasic P. (Trstenik- Serbia), Fedorov S.Yu. Fedorov 244
M.Yu. (Moscow- Russia)
WEAR OF CERAMIC TOOLS IN INTERRUPTED TURNING OF GREY CAST
IRON
Nikolic R., Dordevic Lj., Karle M., Cajetinac S. (Trstenik- Serbia)
247 REVIEW OF RESEARCH IN THE FIELD OF THERMOELECTRIC COOLING
Nikolic R. (Trstenik- Serbia), Radovanovic M. (Nis- Serbia), Karic M., Mihajlovic 256
G., Pesic 0. (Trstenik- Serbia)
COOLING CUTTING TOOL FOR TURNING SYSTEM BASED ON
THERMOELECTRIC MODULE
Petrova D. (Gabrovo- Bulgaria)
261
EUROPE 2020 AND TRANSFER ON INNOVATION IN BULGARIA
Petrova D., Deneva H. (Gabrovo- Bulgaria)
266
REGIONAL INNOVATION POLICY AND APPLICATION OF INNOVATIVE
TECHNOLOGIES FOR LASER CUTTING IN COMPANIES OF GABROVO AND
ITS REGION
Podaru G. (Galati- Romania), Dasic P. (Trstenik- Serbia), Ciortan S., Birsan I.
272
(Galati- Romania)
NEURAL NETWORKS BASED OPTIMIZATION FOR PNEUMATIC DRY SLIDING
SEALING
Prisic B. (Gornji Milanovac- Serbia), Radosavljevic S., Radosavljevic M.
278
(Lazarevac- Serbia), Milovanovic M. (Gornji Milanovac- Serbia)
IMPLEMENTATION OF INFRARED THERMOGRAPHY IN WCM CONCEPT
FACTORY
Roman I. (Galati- Romania), Dasic P. (Trstenik- Serbia), Ciortan S., Birsan G.I.,
285
Circiumaru A. (Galati- Romania)
NEURAL NETWORKS BASED PREDICTION OF POLYMERIC COMPOSITE
PROPERTIES
Rudenko N.A., Laptev A.M., Popivnenko L.V. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
291
INVESTIGATION OF HYDROLIC PROPERTIES IRON BASED POWDER
GRADIENT FILTERS
Tkachenko I.Y., Laptev A.M. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
296
THE MODELLING OF TEMPERATURE FIELD AT HEATING BY PULSATING OF
ELECTRICAL CURRENT OF Zr02 AND Zr0 2-TiCN FOR FURTHER
SUPERPLASTICITY DEFORMATION
Vodolazskaya N. (Donetsk- Ukraine), Iskritzskiy V., Vodolazskaya E.
301
(Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
CALCULATED DEPENDENCES FOR DETERMINATION OF SIMULATOR
PARAMETERS OF THREADED CONNECTIONS IN THE DIAGNOSTIC TESTER
FOR RESOURCE TESTS OF RARELY IMPACT WRENCH
SESSIONB
QUALITY 1\iANAGEl\iENT, ISO 9000, ISO 14000, TQl\1 AND
1\fANAGEl\iENT IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
B-1.
B-2.
Andevski M. (Novi Sad- Serbia), Arsenijevic J., Maljkovic M. (Kikinda- Serbia)
TECHNOLOGY BASED LEARNIG ENVIRONMENTS
Andros S.V. (Kiev- Ukraine)
UKRAINE IS A LEADER IN THE RATIO OF THE VOLUME OF CONSUMER
LOANSTOGDP
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317
B-3.
B-4.
B-5.
B-6.
B-7.
B-8.
B-9.
B-10.
B-11.
B-12.
B-13.
B-14.
B-15.
B-16.
B-17.
B-18.
B-19.
Arsenijevic 0. (Sremski Karlovci- Serbia), Arsenijevic J. (Kildnda- Serbia),
Bulatovic Lj. (Sremski Karlovci- Serbia)
VIEWS OF SERBIAN MANAGERS ON EDUCATION FOR MANAGEMENT
Avramovic M. (Leskovac- Serbia)
tHE ROLE OF MARKETING IN THE QUALITY MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTS
Badic M., Plojovic S. (Novi Pazar- Serbia), Isovic A. (Zrenjanin- Serbia),
Biocanin R. (N ovi Pazar- Serbia)
SECURITY INTELLIGENCE ACTIVITIES IN THE TRANSPORTATION
MANAGEMENT DANGEROUS
Betic D. (Krusevac- Serbia), Zivkovic S., Roncevic D. (Belgrade- Serbia)
REVIEW OF DIRECTIVES AND STANDARDS FOR SERVICES OF
INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING
Biocanin R. (Novi Pazar- Serbia), Eminovic G. (Krusevac- Serbia), Stefanov S.
(Novi Sad- Serbia), Licina B. (Kragujevac- Serbia), Milosavljevic N. (Novi Pazar
-Serbia)
CHEMICAL PROCESSES DECONTAMINATION IN THE TREATMENT OF
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES
Bobor V., Ristic D.Lj. (Belgrade- Serbia)
BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT USING A CLOUD TECHNOLOGY
Bojovic P. (Belgrade- Serbia), Djordjevic I. (Thessaloniki- Greece), Kurtovic R.
(Novi Pazar- Serbia), Radojevic Z. (Bor- Serbia)
ECONOMIC AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
IN THE INDUSTRY,COMMUNAL INFRASTRUCTURE,
TELECOMMUNICATIONS, TRAFFIC AND OTHER ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
Bojovic P., Haljilji B., Madjuni N., Gumnishta D. (Belgrade- Serbia)
ECONOMIC AND LEGAL ASPECTS OF CONCESSION IN INDUSTRIAL
BUSINESS AND OTHER ECONOMIC ACTIVITIES, ITS COMMERCIAL USE AND
CREATION OF FEASIBILITY STUDY
Cvejic R. (Belgrade- Serbia), Jovovic D. (Lesak- Serbia), Dimitrijevic M. (NisSerbia)
TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES AS A FACTOR OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
IN TERMS OF TRANSITION
Dasic B., Jovovic D. (Leposavic- Serbia), Stojadinovic-Jovanovic S. (Kosovska
Mitrovica- Serbia)
THE LATEST TREND IN THE MOVEMENT OF GLOBAL FLOWS A FOREIGN
DIRECT INVESTMENT
Dedovic M., Dedovic N. (Leposavic- Serbia)
HOW TO SURVIVE DISMISSAL?
Dedovic N., Dedovic M. (Leposavic- Serbia)
FEMALE ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND CRISIS
Dimitrijevic M. (Nis - Serbia)
INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN THE FUNCTION OF MANAGING
OCCUATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH
l>elosevic I., Spasojevic B. (Leposavic- Serbia)
MARKETING CHANGE IN LINE WITH INTERNET MARKETING
l>okic N. (Kosovska Mitrovica- Serbia), Denic N. (Belgrade- Serbia), Dragovic D.
(Kosovska Mitrovica- Serbia)
PLACE OF SOUTHEAST EUROPIAN TRANSITIONAL INTO GLOBAL FOREIGN
DIRECT INVESTMENTS
Gajic M.A. (Belgrade- Serbia), Stevanovic I.M. (Smederevska Palanka- Serbia)
MANAGEMENT ANALYSIS AS A FUNCTION, TASK AND PROCESS IN THE
COMPANY
Gigova T.B. (Plovdiv- Bulgaria)
BUSINESS PROCESS MODELING IN INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISES
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INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL AS A SOURCE OF A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE
Jovanovic 1., Radevic B. (Novi Pazar- Serbia)
MOTIVATION OF EMPLOYEES AS A FACTOR OF SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS
ORGANIZATIONS
Kostadinovic I., Cvetkovic I.Z., Radenovic I., (Nis -Serbia)
INNOVATION AS THE FACTOR OF TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
Krstic B., Andelkovic Pesic M., Jankovic Milic v. (Nis -Serbia)
ENHANCING THE ENTERPRISES' COMPETITIVENESS BY IMPROVING
SUPPLY CHAIN PERFORMANCES
Mededovic E., Pljakic B. (Novi Pazar- Serbia), Beganovic K. (Prijepolje- Serbia),
Hodzic E. (Sjenica- Serbia), Mededovic A. (Novi Pazar- Serbia), Skrijelj F. (PaleBosnia and Herzegovina)
ROLE AND IMPORTANCE OF TEACHERS OF SPORT AND PHYSICAL
EDUCATION IN PREPARATION AND CAPACITY BUILDING FOR THE
PROCESS INDUSTRY
Milojevic R., Andelkovic Pesic M., Jankovic Milic V. (Nis -Serbia)
PROBLEMS AND LIMITATIONS OF THE SIX SIGMA CONCEPT
IMPLEMENTATION IN SMALL ENTERPRISES: CASE STUDY OF SERBIA
Milovanovic G. (Nis- Serbia), Radisavljevic G. (Sokobanja- Serbia), Milovanovic
V. (Belgrade- Serbia)
GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS AND THE RECOVERY OF SERBIAN ECONOMY
Momcilovic 0. (Sremski Karlovci- Serbia), Doljanica S. (Kragujevac - Serbia),
Rajakovic V. (Novi Sad- Serbia)
APPROACHES AND TOOLS IN DEVELOPING A MANAGEMENT
Momcilovic 0. (Sremski Karlovci- Serbia), Gavrilov 0. (Zrenjanin- Serbia),
Mijailovic J., Rajakovic J. (Novi Sad- Serbia)
USE OF ICT IN DOING BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT IN SMES AND COPING
WITH LIMITATIONS TO SME DEVELOPMENT WITH REFERENCE TO THE
COMPARISON OF THE RESULTS OF COUNTRIES IN TRANSITION
Nikolic M.M., Nikolic Z.M. (Nis - Serbia)
NEW BUSINESS ORGANIZATION PROCEDURE
Nikolic T.S. (Cuprija- Serbia), Tomic A., Samardzic M. (Belgrade- Serbia)
DIAGNOSING PROBLEMS DURING PREPARATIONS OF COMPANY SERBIAN
GLASS FACTORY IN PARACIN FOR CERTIFICATION ACCORDING TO ISO
STANDARD 9001:2008
Obhodas S., Milosevic Z. (Travnik- Bosnia and Herzegovina), Biocanin R., Alic R.
(Novi Pazar- Serbia), Stefanov S. (Novi Sad- Serbia)
MONITORING CONCENTRATIONS OF NITRATE WATER INTAKE DEEPEST
RIVER RASINA
Ostankova L.A., Shevchenko N.Yu. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
THE MODELLING OF BANCRUPTCY RISK ON THE BASIS OF VAGUE LOGIC
WITHIN THE EVALUATION RANGE OF AN ENTERPRISE'S ECONOMIC
SECURITY
Pavlovic Z. (Krusevac- Serbia), Marie A., Djordjevic Lj. (Trstenik- Serbia)
PROJECT MANAGEMENT IN FUNCTION OF IMPROVING LOCAL
GOVERNMENTS
Pecic Lj. (Trstenik- Serbia), Dobricanin S. (Kosovska Mitrovica- Serbia), Babic
V. (Belgrade- Serbia)
CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF APPLICATION OF BENCHMARKING
TECHNIQUES AND IMPROVEMENT OF COMMUNICATION AMONG
EMPLOYEES
Pecic Lj. (Trstenik- Serbia), Mrvaljevic M. (Leposavic- Serbia), Marie S.
(Belgrade- Serbia)
RELATIONSHIPS WITH CLIENTS IN THE BANKING SECTOR
XIII
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512
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B-36. Pecic Lj. (Trstenik- Serbia), Paspalj M., Pusara N. (Belgrade- Serbia)
B-37.
B-38.
B-39.
B-40.
B-41.
B-42.
B-43.
B-44.
B-45.
B-46.
B-47.
B-48.
B-49.
B-50.
B-51.
B-52.
B-53.
B-54.
POSSIBILITIES OF RE-ENGINEERING APPLICATION AS A TECHNIQUE FOR
IMPROVING THE QUALITY IN THE JRB
Petrovic E. (Nis- Serbia), Labovic D. (Belgrade- Serbia)
THE ROLE AND AIMS OF STAYHOLDERS IN THE COMPANY
Petrovic P., Vesic D. (Belgrade- Serbia)
CONCEPTIONS OF MODERN INNOVATION MANAGEMENT IN A
COOPERATNE AND APPLICATION MANAGEMENT IN MECHANICAL
INDYSTRY
Prokopovic B.B. (Nis - Serbia)
INNOVATNE ACTNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN GLOBAL ECONOMY
ENVIRONMENT
Prokopovic B.B., Seizovic D.Z. (Nis- Serbia)
CONCEPT OF MODERN MANAGEMENT OF BUSINESS SYSTEMS
Prokopovic S.K., Prokopovic B.Z. (Nis -Serbia)
MODERN TECHNOLOGY IN INTEGRAL LOGISTICS
Prokopovic S.T., Seizovic D.Z. (Nis- Serbia)
COMMUNICATION AND BUSINESS CULTURE
Pusara N., Rajkovic M., Minic M. (Belgrade- Serbia)
REVIEW OF REGIONAL INTEGRATION WITH REALIZED RESULTS
Radisavljevic G. (Sokobanja- Serbia), Milovanovic G., Barac N. (Nis- Serbia)
FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENTS AND THEIR IMPACT ON SERBIAN
ECONOMY
Radomirovic V. J. (Subotica- Serbia)
ONLINE MARKETING COMMUNICATIONS AND GLOBALIZATION-CAUSES
AND CONSEQUENCES
Radomirovic V. J. (Subotica- Serbia)
THE IMPORTANCE OF TQM CONCEPT IN GLOBALIZATION CONCEPT
Radosavljevic S., Radosavljevic M., Radosavljevic J. (Lazarevac- Serbia),
Milovanovic M. (Gornji Milanovac- Serbia)
MODEL MAINTENANCE THERMAL-ENERGY SYSTEM BASED ON RISK
Riznic T.D., Nikolic R. (Bor- Serbia), Manic M. (Pozarevac- Serbia)
STRATEGIC MARKETING CONCEPT AND THE TRANSFORMATION PROCESS
IN MECHANICAL INDUSTRY
Sanchez-CaballeroS., Selles M.A., Pla-Ferrando R., Olcina M. (Alcoy- Spain)
RISK ANALYSIS OF STEERING ADAPTATIONS FOR HANDICAPPED PEOPLE
Stankovic B. (Novi Pazar- Serbia)
LIBERALIZATION OF THE TRANSPORT MARKET AND THE UNIFICATION OF
INTERNATIONAL LEGAL SOURCES (COTIF 1999 AND EXECUTIVE
REGULATIONS)
Stankovic J., Stankovic J., Pesic M. (Nis- Serbia)
RANK REVERSAL OF ALTERNATNES IN MULTI-CRITERIA MODEL DUE TO
ITS EXTENDING BY SIMILAR ALTERNATIVE
Stefanov S., Vojinovic-Miloradov M. (Novi Sad- Serbia), Biocanin R. (Novi PazarSerbia)
MONITORING AND PREDICTION POLLUTANTS IN THE INTEGRAL SYSTEM
OF ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
Stefanovic D.M. (Subotica- Serbia)
BASIS OF FASTER DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDUSTRY IN THE NEW
MANAGEMENT STRATEGY
Stefanovic D.M. (Subotica- Serbia)
THE BASIC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTIONS IN THE SERBIAN INDUSTRY
XIV
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B-56.
B-57.
B-58.
B-59.
B-60.
B-61.
B-62.
Stevanovic I.M. (Smederevska Palanka- Serbia), Gajic M.A. (Belgrade- Serbia),
Aleksandra M. Gmitrovic Raskovic M.A. (Smederevska Palanka- Serbia)
THE CONCEPT AND IMPORTANCE OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION IN
MODERN WAY OF DOING BUSINESS IN ORGANIZATION
Sacirovic S. (Nis- Serbia), Biocanin R. (Novi Pazar- Serbia), LiCina B.
(Kragujevac- Serbia), Papic H. (Novi Pazar- Serbia)
ENVIRONMENTAL BIO-INDICATORS OF THE QUALITY SYSTEM OF ECOMONITORING
Totev H.I. (Gabrovo- Bulgaria)
PARTICIPATING AT WORLD FINANCIAL MARKETS- A FACTOR FOR
SUSTAINABLE GROWTH IN THE INDUSTRY
Trnavac D. (Belgrade- Serbia), Stanisavljevic I. (Leskovac- Serbia), Duricic M.
(Belgrade- Serbia)
INDICATORS OF DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL AND MEDIUM BUSINESS
COMPANIES
Veljkovic M.V., Kostadinovic G.A., Atanasov M. (Nis- Serbia)
THE POSSIBLITY OF ESTABLISSHMENT OF INTERNATIONAL ETHICS
Vukasinovic J., Vukasinovic A. (Belgrade- Serbia)
THE ROLE OF ADDITIONAL COSTS ACCOUNTING IN THE PROCESS OF
MANAGERIAL DECISION MAKING
Zurnic S., Mandic-Dragic M. (Gradiska -Bosnia and Herzegovina)
CRISIS MANAGEMENT AND OVERVIEW OF CRISIS TEAM FORMATION
Zivkovic A., Petrovic P ., Jovic Z. (Belgrade - Serbia)
MECHANICAL INDUSTRY COMPETITIVENESS -NECESSARY PREREQUISITE
OF THE ECONOMY PROSPEROUS
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681
687
695
701
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SESSIONC
APPLICATION OF INFOR1VIATION TECHNOLOGIES IN
l\fECHANICAL ENGINEERING
C-1.
C-2.
C-3.
C-4.
C-5.
Aleksandrov S., Aleksandrov R. (Trstenik- Serbia), JQvanovic Z. (Nis- Serbia),
Cajetinac S. (Trstenik- Serbia)
ROBOT CONTROL OVER THE INTERNET USING COMPUTERS AND MOBILE
PHONES
Angelov K., Kostov G., Shopov N. (Plovdiv- Bulgaria)
CONSTRUCTION OF ELASTIC ELEMENT FOR STRAIN GAUGE
Blagojevic M., Zivkovic M. (Kragujevac- Serbia)
PAK-DCF -MULTIPHYSICS SOFTWARE MODUL FORFEM SIMULATION OF
CURRENT FLOW PROBLEMS
Cvejic R., Vuckovic J. (Belgrade- Serbia), Damnjanovic Z. (Bor- Serbia)
E-COMMERCE AND THE SECURITY DILEMMA
Cvejic R., Vuckovic J. (Belgrade- Serbia), Stevie M. (Pozarevac - Serbia)
MODERN SECURITY AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS
XV
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721
726
732
736
C-6.
C-7.
C-8.
C-9.
C-10.
C-11.
C-12.
C-13.
C-14.
C-15.
C-16.
C-17.
C-18.
C-19.
C-20.
C-21.
Cosic Lj. (Sarajevo- Bosnia and Herzegovina), Radovanovic D. (lstocno SarajevoBosnia and Herzegovina), Predojevic R., Sejmenovic J. (BanjaLuka- Bosnia and
Herzegovina), Cabo Z. (lstocno Sarajevo- Bosnia and Herzegovina)
THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRADE THROUGH THE INFLUENCE OF E-BUSINESS
IN RET AIL CHAINS
Cajetinac S., Todorovic M., Jevremovic V., Aleksandrov S. (Trstenik- Serbia)
APPLICATION OF MATLAB IN CONTROL SIMULATION OF PWM WITH
PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR
Dasic J. (Vrnjacka Banja- Serbia), Kostadinovic D. (Belgrade- Serbia), Serifi V.
(Vrnjacka Banja- Serbia)
STANDARDS FORE-LEARNING
Eric M.D. (Cacak- Serbia), Mandie V. (Kragujevac- Serbia)
INTEGRATED PRODUCTION SYSTEMS WITH USING NEW TECHNOLOGY
AND EXPECTED EFFECTS
Haljilji B., Madjuni N., Zivkovic S. (Belgrade- Serbia)
STRUCTURE OF MARKETING INFORMATION SYSTEM
Kostov G., Mihaylov I., Iliev V., Angelov M. (Plovdiv- Bulgaria)
INVESTIGATION AND MODELING OF JET COLUMN BIOREACTOR:
ANALYTICAL CALCULATION OF PRESSURE LOSSES
Kovalevskyy S., Kosheva L. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
NEURAL NETWORK'S INTELLECTUAL MODEL OF STUDENT
Leonidovich R.L., Sergeievna K.D., Grigorievich K.S. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
MODELLING OF PROCESS OF RECEPTION OF MEASURED CUT-TO-LENGTH
SECTIONS FROM ROLLED SECTION STEEL OF CIRCULAR SECTION
ACCORDING TO THE SCHEME OF INCOMPLETELY CLOSED PARTING CUT
Litovchenko I. (Kiev- Ukraine), Hadzhiyski V.M., Stefanov S. (Plovdiv- Bulgaria)
USE OF COMPUTER MODELING FOR MODERNIZATION OF FINAL PROOFERS
OF PREPARATION OF DOUGH
N aydenov P .A., Dimova D.D. (Gabrovo- Bulgaria)
BASIC MODULES OF AN ALGORYTHM FOR PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION
OF VIRTUAL CELLULAR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
Nikolic A., Blagojevic M., Zivkovic M. (Kragujevac- Serbia), Zivkovic M.,
Stankovic G. (Belgrade- Serbia)
PAK-FS- MULTIPHYSICS SOFTWARE MODUL FOR FLUID-STRUCTURE
INTERACTION SIMULATIONS
Nikolic Z. (Trstenik - Serbia), Radovanovic M. (Belgrade - Serbia),
Nikolic M. (Nis- Serbia)
DESIGN OF LIBRARY INFORMATION SYSTEM USING IDEF METHODS
Novakovic M., Cajetinac S., Mijatovic M. (Trstenik- Serbia)
FUZZY LOGIC PRE-COMPENSATION DEAD ZONE NON LINEARITY IN
VARIABLE PUMP HYDRAULIC TRANSMISSION
Oleshchuk 0., Popel 0., Kopytchuk M. (Odessa- Ukraine)
APPROACH TO IMPLEMENTATION OF NEURAL NETWORKS FOR REAL-TIME
SYSTEMS
Papic M., Veljovic A. (Cacak- Serbia)
QMS PROCESSES MAPPING USING IDEFO METHODOLOGY IN HIGH
EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
Perovic A. (Belgrade- Serbia), Kanalic E. (Novi Pazar- Serbia), Dasic P. (Trstenik
-Serbia)
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONIC AND TRADITIONAL LEARNING
XVI
740
745
752
759
765
772
779
787
791
797
804
809
820
825
832
838
R. (Trstenik- Serbia), Zivkovic M. (Kragujevac- Serbia), Zivkovic M.
843
(Trstenik- Serbia)
SYSTEMATIC RESEARCH OF CHARACTERISTIC PARAMETERS OF THE
PISTON AND IDENTIFICATION OF HYDRODINAMIC PROCESSES OF A
PISTON RADIAL PUMP
Rafa K. (Novi Sad- Serbia)
850
CAPTURING KNOWLEDGE IN MODERN CAD SYSTEMS
Ristic 0., Milunovic S. (Cacak- Serbia), Marie A., Djordjevic Lj. (Trstenik856
Serbia)
MODELING DATABASE AND APPLICATION FOR SILOS
Roganov L.L., Karnaukh D.S., Karnaukh S.G., Shevchenko E.P. (Kramatorsk862
Ukraine)
PROCESS RESEARCH OF PIPES SECTIONING WITH FLAT KNIFE
Selles M.A., Sanchez-Caballero S., Perez-Bernabeu E., Pla-Ferrando R. (Alcoy866
Spain)
USE OF A NEURAL NETWORK FOR MODELING THE SHEET METAL IRONING
PROCESS
Stankovic A.M., Veljkovic M.V. (Nis- Serbia)
870
VIRTUAL SOCIAL NETWORKS AS INFORMATION AND SOCIOLOGICAL
PHENOMENON
~tefanache C., Tudose C. (Ciuj-Napoca- Romania)
878
MACHINE LAYOUT OPTIMIZATION FOR FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING
SYSTEMS
Sabanovic M. (Noiv Pazar- Serbia), Mehmedovic A. (Kosovska Mitrovica885
Serbia), lmamovic M. (Travnik- Bosnia and Herzegovina)
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN FUNCTION OF SUSTAINABLE PROTECTION
AND IMPROVEMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Todorovic M., Cajetinac S., Jevremovic V., Mijatovic M. (Trstenik- Serbia)
892
MATLAB APPLICATION IN DEFORMATION ANALYSIS OF GRID TRUSSES
Trifunovic D., Derdemez 1., Pantie R. (Trstenik- Serbia)
897
USE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN URBAN LOGISTICS
Yordanov S., lvanova N., Mitev H. (Gabrovo- Bulgaria)
902
APPARATUS-PROGRAM SYSTEM FOR CRYPTED TRANSMISSION OF DATA IN
PUBLIC NETWORKS
Zivkovic D. (Belgrade- Serbia), Pozidajeva V. (Sofia- Bulgaria), Popovic R.
908
(Belgrade- Serbia)
SYSTEM OF QUALITY LUBRICATION PROCEDURES OF SHORT -STROKE
HORIZONTAL GRINDERS
Zivkovic M., Petrovic R. (Trstenik- Serbia)
919
SIMULATION AS A METHOD OF ANALYSIS OF WORK OF HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM DEVICE FOR PROGRAMME STRESS OF THE CALIBRATOR
"MEHATRONIK TF -1000/1 0"
C-22. Petrovic
C-23.
C-24.
C-25.
C-26.
C-27.
C-28.
C-29.
C-30.
C-31.
C-32.
C-33.
C-34.
SESSIOND
APPLICATION OF lVIECHANICAL ENGINEERING IN OTHER
INDUSTRIAL FIELDS
D-1.
D-2.
Avdeenko A.P., Konovalova S.A., Avdeenko E.A. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
COMPARATIVE TESTS OF MEDIUM-TEMPERATURE PUMPABLE GREASES
"NATOL-P-1(2,3)" ON ROLLER-FRICTION TEST MACHINE
Avdeenko A.P., Konovalova S.A., Avdeenko E.A. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
NEW REDUCTOR LUBRICANT «NATOL-R-1>> AND ITS ANTI-WEAR
PROPERTIES
XVII
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Babic S., Pantie R., Mijatovic M., Milosavljevic M. (Trstenik- Serbia)
940
D-4.
ADDITION TO SELECTION OF MODELS FOR ESTABLISHING THE NOISE
FROM VEHICLES
Bonova K R. (Sofia- Bulgaria)
DETERMINATION OF THE GLOSS OF COATINGS FORMED WITH ACRYLICBASED FILM-FORMING PREPARATIONS
947
D-5.
D-6.
Brkovic V.D., Markovski S.J., Vukovic D.G., Trisovic P.N., Milosavljevic M.M.,
Marinkovic D.A., Uskokovic S.P. (Belgrade- Serbia)
IMPROVINGDISPERSION PROPERTIES OF MULTI-WALLED CARBON
NANOTUBES IN PMMA COMPOSITES THROUGH AMINOFUNCTIONALIZATION
Dragovic B., Mdtrovic R. (Kotor- Montenegro), Zrnic N. (Belgrade- Serbia),
953
960
Grandis B. (Kotor- Montenegro)
AN ANALYSIS OF SPECIFIC COST RATIO FOR MIMI 1I k QUEUE IN A PORT
D-7.
Dura C., Zoller I., Stark A. (Petrosani- Romania)
965
STUDYING THE BEHAVIOR OF UNDERGROUND CONSTRUCTIONS SUPPORT
SYSTEMS MAID OF STEEL IN ORDER TO SHOW THE DEPENDENCE
BETWEEN PRESSURE AND DEFORMATION
D-8.
Djurdjevic M.S. (Belgrade- Serbia)
972
PROCESSES UNDER HIGH PRESSURES WITH APPLICATION IN
FOOD/PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY
D-9.
Djurdjevic M.S., Radosavljevic D.K., Petrovic S.S. (Belgrade- Serbia)
978
SELECTION OF TECHNOLOGICAL PROCEDURES AND ALGORHYTHMS
SUBJECT TO INVESTMENTS AND PRODUCTION OF ETHER OILS
AETHEROLEUM ANGELICA ARCHANGELICA L
D-10.
Grujic M. (Bor- Serbia), Dragosan Lj. (Novi Sad- Serbia), Spaskovski B. (BorSerbia), Barbulovic I. (Trstenik- Serbia)
986
PRODUCTION POSSIBILITIES OF RTB BOR BASED ON LONG-TERM
APPROACH
D-11.
Grujic M., Risovic I., Grujic M. (Belgrade- Serbia)
990
INFLUENCE OF ANCHOR SUPPORT OF UNDERGROUND
TRANSPORTATIONAL CHAMBERS ON THE EFFICIENCY OF THE SUPPLY OF
INTERMEDIATE GOODS
D-12.
Hadzhiyski V.M. (Plovdiv- Bulgaria)
1000
LOSS OF INTEGRITY OF THE ELASTIC ELEMENT OF THE ELASTIC
COUPLING OF THE THREE-LAYER REINFORCED POLYMER MATERIAL
D-13.
Hadzhiyski V.M., Stefanov S. (Plovdiv- Bulgaria), Litovchenko I. (Kiev- Ukraine) 1008
EXPLORING THE IMPACT OF THE LEVEL OF PRODUCT IN AN OPEN
CONTAINER ON THE PERFORMANCE OF FS (FILL AND SEAL) PACKAGING
MACHINE
D-14.
Iliev T. (Gabrovo- Bulgaria)
1013
MODELING OF THERMAL PROCESSES IN TRANSFORMERS
D-15.
Jelic G. (Kosovska Mitrovica- Serbia)
1016
CURVATURE, TWIST AND STRUCTURAL EQUATIONS
D-16.
Jelic G. (Kosovska Mitrovica- Serbia)
1023
INTEGRAL CALCULUS ON MANIFOLDS STOKES' THEOREM
D-17. Karle M., Nikolic R., Skundric N. (Trstenik- Serbia)
THE GEOTHERMAL SYSTEM FOR HEATING AND COOLING THE
RESIDENTIAL SPACE
D-18.
Kazimierska-Grebosz M. (Lodz- Poland)
1030
1037
IMPORTANCE OF PORTABLE ACOUSTIC SCREENS
D-19.
Kegl T. (Maribor- Slovenia)
1043
OPTIMIZATION OF THE CENTRAL RECEIVER SYSTEM OF A SOLAR TOWER
POWER PLANT
XVIII
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D-33.
D-34.
D-35.
D-36.
Konovalov V.A., Morozov V.S. (Kramatorsk- Ukraine)
ANGULAR ALLOCATION OF TANTALUM AND BORON ATOMS AT NONREACTIVE HF-MAGNETRON SPUTTERING OF TAB 2 TARGET
Kudina B.F. (Gomel- Belarus)
POLYPHOSPHATE-TITANATE DRESSINGS FOR HIGH-STRENGTH FIBERREINFORCED COMPOSITES
Markovic M.J., Brkovic V.D., Budimirovic S.D., Trisovic P.N., Dzunuzovic S.E.,
Spasojevic M.P., Marinkovic D.A. (Belgrade- Serbia)
KINETICS OF PET WASTE GLYCOLYSIS
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"Research and Development in Mechanical Industry"
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Milorad Zivkovic2, Go ran Stankovic2
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Belgrade University, School of Medicine, Belgrade, SERBIA, E-mail: [email protected]
Summary: Paper presents a development offluid-structure interaction simulation code. Brief introduction about
creating a new fluid-structure interaction software module PAK-FS using partitioned approach is presented.
Results of simulation are demonstrated on fluid-structure interaction simulation of blood flov.· in patient-specific
artery bifUrcation. Geometty of the carotid arte1y bifurcation is obtained through the processing of images fi'om
CT scanner. Finite-element model faithfully describes the arbitrarily shaped volume of artety and geometry of
the wall. Presented numerical results show that developed software PAK-FS is very flexible and suited for the
research in biomedical engineering and biomedicine.
Keywords: fluid-structure interaction, blood flow, fem, wall shear stress, artery bifurcation
1. INTRODUCTION
Multiphysics problems, particularly fluid-structure interaction problems, are too complex to solve
analytically and so they have to be analyzed by means of experiments or numerical simulation. Over
the years, mathematical modeling has established as a complementary to experimental approach in
investigating clinical problems as well as predicting the biomechanical behavior [1]. A finite element
model allows us to repeat experiments changing some parameters, thus analyzing the effect and
influence of a single component within the phenomenon investigated [2]. Computational fluid
dynamics (CFD) is presently being used as a means of enhancing our understanding of fluid flow in
arteries, while computational solid dynamics (CSD) is used to calculate associated wall forces [3]. The
relationship of these fields enables numerical simulation of fluid-structure interaction.
Main approaches for the numerical simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems are: (a)
monolithic approach (strong coupling) and (b) partitioned approach (weak coupling) [4-7]. In
monolithic approach the equations goveming the flow and the displacement of the structure are solved
simultaneously, with a single solver. In other words, complete system of equations is solved in one
step and all variables for the fluid and solid are changing simultaneously. This methodology is
becoming too expensive, especially in the case of 3D problems. It is also very complicated to solve
solid and fluid domain with different discretization. In partitioned approach the governing equations
are solved separately, with two distinct solvers. The monolithic approach requires a code developed
for this particular combination of physical problems whereas the partitioned approach preserves
software modularity because an existing flow solver and structural solver are coupled. Moreover, the
partitioned approach facilitates solution of the flow equations and the structural equations with
different, possibly more efficient techniques which have been developed specifically for either flow
equations or structural equations.
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2. FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTION SIMULATION CODE DEVELOPMENT
Because fluid and structure occupy different subdomains, their system equations can be setup
individually within their subdomains. Governing equations for structure and fluid domains are
available in [5-7]. It is assumed that the mesh discretization of the fluid and the structure on the
interface are compatible.
CFD program for fluid domain is passing the boundary conditions for the cmTent geometry of the
surfaces with a solid and the velocity of the surface nodes. This information is obtained from the CSD
program for solving the solids. On the other hand, loads from fluid domain obtained using the CFD
program is transmitted to CSD program.
Compatibility condition at the interface ensures that fluid and solid domains neither detach nor overlap
during deformation. It is expressed as follows:
• For viscous fluid the velocity on the contact swfaces are equal.
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The software PAK-FS is developed in programming language FORTRAN, by coupling existing CSD
software PAK-S and CFD software PAK-F using partitioned approach. Algorithm of developed code
is shown in Figure 1. This algorithm partially separates the fluid solver and the solid solver in space.
Results of calculations are written in FEMAP neutral file, IDEAS graphics file, and VTK fonnat.
Figure 1: Global algorithm of software PAK-FS
3. MESH GENERATION
Several studies on the distribution of atherosclerotic plaques in human arterial systems have shown
that atherosclerosis occurs predominantly at branching locations [8]. Reconstruction of the geometty
ofblood vessels is made in the software Mimics, based on CT images of patient. Multiblock approach
is used in mesh generation [9]. Blocks are created by in-house software STL2BLOCK. Based on
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blocks, quadratic eight-node isoparametric elements are generated in IA-FEMesh [10] (Fig. 2a). Solid
domain is modeled by linear four-node quadrilateral elements (shell) elements (Fig. 2b ). The final
numerical models contain elements that are exactly fitted on the border (artery wall).
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Figure 2: Patient-specific artery bifurcation: (a) fluid and (b) solid domain
4. FSI SIMULATION AND RESULTS
The calculation of blood flow through carotid artery bifurcation was performed in 30 steps (10 by
0.02s and 20 by 0.03s which gives in total 0.8s). h1put data for fluid domain is used according to the
literature [ 11-12]. Input data for the wall of artery are: Young's modulus of elasticity E = 0.361 [ MPa] ,
Poisson ratio is v = 0.49 and density is p = 1100 [kg I m 3
J.Time function that was used for simulation
is a standard phase of systole and diastole of one cardiac cycle in human body. The boundary
conditions for fluid domain are: (a) inlet velocity profile is parabolic 3D inlet, (b) on the walls of the
artery fluid velocity is set to zero, and (c) on the output side of artery surface forces are set to zero.
Nodes of initial cross section of solid domain (artery) are constrained to have no displacement in the
direction of moving fluid.
The following figures present results from fluid-structure interaction simulation. For fluid domain the
fields of blood velocity and wall shear stress in step 3 are shown in figure 3. Von-Mises stress of fluidstructure interaction for the wall of artery is presented on figure 4.
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5. DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSIONS
It is very difficult and time-consuming task to make new solvers that would simultaneously solve the
fluid-structure interaction. To successfully solve such interdisciplinary problems, our way is to use
CFD and CSD software that already exists. Because of several advantages, the weak coupling is a
better alternative. First of all, the main advantage is the use of already existing programs to address
solids and fluids with very little modification. However, this approach because of its specificity, which
is not normally occurring in the strong coupling method, contains a number of problems. This is
primarily time integration. Different discretization is even more difficult problem because it is
necessary to transfer information from one mesh to another with most different discretization.
Rigid versus flexible wall simulation results reinforce the importance of using FSI. We presented a
computational framework for the FSI simulation. The methodology was applied to vascular patientspecific model of carotid miery bifurcation including the elastic wall modeling in the simulations.
The previous considerations indicate that developed software PAK-FS is software tool which can give
useful inputs to cardiologists. Thanks to the obtained results, cardiologists are set in the role of
decision makers. They have clear view about insight of the blood flow through carotid artery
bifurcation, so they can suggest surgical intervention or not.
ACKNOWLEDGEl\1ENT
The part of this research is supported by Ministry of Education and Science, Republic of Serbia,
Grants TR32036, 11141007 and 01175082.
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