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Risk assessment of mineral groundwater near Rogaška Slatina
Branka Trček, Albrecht Leis, 2017, published scientific conference contribution

Keywords: groundwater, thermo-mineral waters, environmental protection
Published: 02.02.2018; Views: 59; Downloads: 3
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Survey of accomplishments in BIM implementation in Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, and Slovenia
Mario Galić, Vaclav Venkrbec, Franziska Chmelik, Immo Feine, Zoran Pučko, Uroš Klanšek, 2017, original scientific article

Abstract: Building information modelling (BIM) may currently be considered the fastest developing concept in the field of construction management, aiming to become a global standard. Although the roots of the concept date back to the mid-1970s, some original expectations are still missing from its implementation. There has been a time gap between its theoretical and practical implementations. While the simultaneous development of information technologies is one reason for the implementation delay, other reasons remain unclear. This paper analyzes the gaps between theoretical and practical BIM application, as well as the legislation regarding BIM implementation in four countries (in alphabetical order: Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, and Slovenia). The paper additionally presents a survey of current practical BIM applications as well as general and theoretical feedback from construction projects that implemented BIM.
Keywords: construction industry, implementation, project management, survey
Published: 12.01.2018; Views: 89; Downloads: 3
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Robert Bartini and his contribution to the development of transport and aviation
Sergej Težak, 2017, published scientific conference contribution

Keywords: public transport, aviation
Published: 14.11.2017; Views: 118; Downloads: 16
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Bus-stop based real time passenger information system - case study Maribor
Marko Čelan, Mitja Klemenčič, Anamarija L. Mrgole, Marjan Lep, 2017, published scientific conference contribution

Keywords: public transport, bus transport, passengers, information system
Published: 14.11.2017; Views: 45; Downloads: 8
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Tehnička ili ekološka diktatura
Momčilo Šarenac, 1991, original scientific article

Abstract: Ekološke proturječnosti sastavni su dio društvenih, razvojnih, strukturalnih suprotnosti. Upravo čitav civilizacijski napredak bio je otkupljen za cijenu mijenjanja, iskorištavanja i nasilja nad integritetom prirodnih ekoloških sistema. Ekološka kriza očituje se u paleolitu kao kriza načina prehrane, u neolitu urbanizacijom kao stvaranjem jezgre buduće ekološke prijetnje. Industrijska revolucija nije riješila osnovne proturječnosti između prirode, kapitala i metoda iskorištavanja prirode, već ih je samo produbila. Čovječanstvo je izgleda dospjelo do te točke kada »glavni predmet« čovječanstva mora biti borba za opstanak. Za rješenje ekološke krize i sprečavanje ekološke katastrofe prioritetni problem i pitanje je određivanje novih političkih koordinata. Načelno su moguća dva tipa, nivoa i ponašanja: Demokratsko-oblikovani sistemi i Autoritarno-oktroirani sistemi. Da bi izbjegli tehničku i ekološku diktaturu, potrebno je promijeniti odnos ljudi spram globalnih opasnosti, posebno ekoloških. Više demokracije znači uvjet za ekološki preobražaj našeg društva, što nije moguće provesti bez aktivnog učešća svih u tom poslu. Ekološka nasprotja so sestavni del družbenih, razvojnih in strukturalnih nasprotij. Ves civilizacijski napredek se je zgodil na račun naravnih ekoloških sistemov. V paleolitiku se ekološka kriza kaže kot kriza prehranjevanja, v neolitiku kot urbanizacija. Industrijska revolucija ni rešila nasprotja med naravo, kapitalom in metodami izkoriščanja narave temveč jih je poglobila. Tako se je človeštvo znašlo v točki, ko je preživetje njegov glavni problem. Le nove politične smeri lahko rešijo človeštvo pred propadom: demokratsko oblikovani sistemi in avtoritativno oktroirani sistemi. Da bi se izognili tehnološki in ekološki diktaturi je potrebno spremeniti odnos ljudi do ekoloških nevarnosti. Več demokracije predstavlja pogoj za ekološko preobrazbo naše družbe, kar zahteva sodelovanje vseh udeleženih.
Keywords: družba, demokracija, ekologija
Published: 12.10.2017; Views: 63; Downloads: 4
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Energy management and policies
2017, proceedings of peer-reviewed scientific conference contributions (international and foreign conferences)

Published: 27.09.2017; Views: 97; Downloads: 8
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Innovative solution for energy efficient urban freight deliveries
Tomislav Letnik, Matej Mencinger, Stanislav Božičnik, 2017, published scientific conference contribution

Keywords: transport, urban freight, CO2 emissions, energy efficiency, fuzzy clustering
Published: 27.09.2017; Views: 94; Downloads: 10
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Model of traffic access mode and railway station choice of suburban railway system in Slovenia
Gregor Rak, Marjan Lep, 2014, review article

Abstract: This article presents the establishment of a model of understanding the access mode and railway station choice of Slovenian passengers. Therefore, a model has been designed to predict the determination of existing decision making preferences of railway users about the access mode and railway station choice with a stated preference survey and face to face method. The target group in the survey were railway passengers in the suburban environment that use the rail for work and school purposes. The total number of respondents was 412. The survey showed that most passengers access the railway station with car (60,2%), by foot (26,2%), with public transport (bus – 8,3%) and with bike (5,3%). Average distance to the station is 4,9 km, average time of access is 10,5 min. Upon exit most passengers walk to the final destination (84,5%), use the public transport (bus – 14,1%), car (1,2%) or bike (0,2%). Average time from exit of the train to final destination is 13,1 min, average distance is 1,58 km.
Keywords: passenger transport, departure railway station choice, railway access mode choice
Published: 01.09.2017; Views: 99; Downloads: 5
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