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Uporaba ultrazvoka v tekstilni industriji
Matej Ošljak, 2016, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: Diplomska naloga v prvem delu zajema fizikalni del, ki obravnava delovanje ultrazvoka in njegov vpliv na tekočine in trdne snovi, v drugem delu pa uporabo ultrazvoka v tekstilni industriji. Ultrazvok je mehansko valovanje, ki lahko z svojim širjenjem skozi snov vpliva na njeno fizikalno in kemijsko strukturo ali pa služi za kontrolo pri neporušitvenih metodah. V tekstilni industriji je ultrazvok znan kot alternativna energija, ki je prijazna do okolja in varčna z energijo. V tekstilstvu se uporablja že nekaj desetletij in še vedno se pojavljajo nova področja uporabe. V diplomski nalogi so opisani procesi uporabe ultrazvoka pri mehanski in mokri obdelavi tekstilij.  
Keywords: Ultrazvok, tekstilna industrija, alternativna energija, mehanska in kemična obdelava, obdelava v mokrem.
Published: 23.09.2016; Views: 1042; Downloads: 80
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Celovito obvladovanje tveganj v slovenski kemični industriji
Katja Podlipnik, Boštjan Gomišček, 2006, original scientific article

Keywords: kemična industrija, tveganja, standardi
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 757; Downloads: 47
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Improving the economic and environmental performances of the beet sugar industry in Slovenia: increasing fuel efficiency and using by-products for ethanol
Damjan Krajnc, Miro Mele, Peter Glavič, 2007, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper investigates the possibilities of attaining zero-waste emissions inthe case of sugar production. The case-studied sugar plant located in Slovenia reflected a typical plant, using traditional sugar production from beet. An investigation of the possible use of waste and by-products from sugarprocessing was carried out, in order to approach zero-waste from beet sugar processing. The sugar production process was simulated and optimization was carried out concerning energy utilization. Consumption of energy in the chosen sugar plant was lowered by simultaneous optimization of the evaporationand crystallization process. Changing the fuel type used in the case-studied sugar plant (replacement of heavy fuel oil with natural gas) produced a significant decrease in air emission. Opportunities in the sugar industry have been discovered for adapting to new market conditions through the optimization of combined sugar-ethanol production. The two proposed options have been economically and environmentally evaluated and compared.
Keywords: kemična industrija, trajnostni razvoj, proizvodnja sladkorja, minimiranje porabe energije, evaporacija, etanol, chemical industries, sustainable development, sugar production, energy minimization, evaporation, ethanol, zero waste
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 2029; Downloads: 79
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