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•  8/2010 table of contents

Gáti J.:
Óbuda University: tradition and progress
Paper shows how the Budapest Tech with more than 130 years tradition fulfilled the criteria set of turning into university and gives a short summary about administration, goals and strategy of the present Óbuda University.

Réger M.:
Survey of research and development activity of the Bánki Donát Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering, Óbuda University
Paper deals with the research and development (R & D) activity of the Bánki Donát Faculty of Mechanical and Safety Engineering, Óbuda University. The main part of the research work connects to practice oriented industrial problems. The ratio of applied research in the whole R+D activity is about 90%.

Palásti Kovács B; Czifra Á.; Horváth S.; Sipos S.:
Microgeometries of engineering surfaces
In last few decades Bánki Donát Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Security Technology, Óbuda University acquired wide knowledge and experience in the field of examination of surface microgeometry and microtopography.
Developments in 2D and 3D techniques – such as filtering, slicing technique or PSD – Bánki Faculty have become international level research place.

Mucsi A.; Borossay B.; Horváth L.; Varga P.:
New possibilities for modelling of thermally activated processes
The paper deals with determination of proper equations for describing the thermally activated metallurgical processes. It gives an overview of the traditional applicable methods and introduces a new approaching way to determine the parameters of isothermal process equations.

Wenzel K.; Langer, I.:
Measurement of psychophysical phenomena
At the Department of Mechatronics, Optics and Engineering Informatics of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics experiments about anomalous colour vision have been carried out for more than 20 years. The main objective of the present paper is to examine the systematic individual differences between the personal ability of hue identification.

Maros D.:
Scientific life, research and innovation activities of the Kandó Kálmán Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Óbuda University
Research and innovation activities of five institutes of Kandó Kálmán Faculty are coordinated and managed by the Kandó Technology Transfer Centre (KTTK) founded in 2004. Institutes actively participate in the Hungarian innovation life, engineering developments and applied researches.

Schuster Gy. D.:
A possible optimum control structure for automatic production lines
Paper proposes a new control structure for automatic production lines. In the new approach the production line workstations are connected and controlled by individual computers interconnected in a grid. These computers are able to supply the whole system control task and to optimise the production.

Nemcsics Á.; Réti I.; Tényi V. G.; Kucsera P.; Tóth L.; Harmat P.; Mieville, A.; Csutorás M.; Kupás-Deák B.; Sándor T.; Bozsik J.:
Technical conditions for the formation of molecularbeam-epitaxial nanostructures
Authors describe the recent development work carried out on the experimental setup, namely the sample heating arrangement,
the control of the molecule sources and the computerised data collection and processing of the results from the in situ observations. At the present time this experimental setup is the only one in Hungary.

Kádár P.:
DC drives in residential buildings
In residential buildings more and more electrical devices are used, whose remarkable part produces or consumes direct current. At the energetically modern buildings it is worth setting up a secondary direct current network, which directly supplies these devices without rectification.

Patkó I.; Némethné Katona J.; Kisfaludy M.; Némethné Erdődi K.; Borbély Á.:
Rejtő Sándor Light Industry and Environmental Engineering Faculty
The legal predecessor of the Faculty was the Technical College of Light Industry founded in 1972. In 2000 the college was integrated into Budapest Tech, since January 1 of this year it has existed as an independent faculty of Óbuda University. The Faculty runs an MSc and three BSc programs.

Patkó I.; Szabó L.:
Examination of flow on air jet looms
Application of the air jet loom is widespread in the textile industry because of its advantageous characteristics. Authors examined the air guidance systems of air jet machines with confusor drop wires during continuous flow conditions in relation to the two extreme conditions (free air jet, closed tube).

Horváth Cs.:
Improving of maintenance reliability by development of business culture
Maintenance reliability culture construction module is an important element of the maintenance organisation model, which utilises the result of the questionnaire survey (culture test). Till now the method has successfully been tested in several printing houses.

Oroszlány G.:
Determination methods for friction of textiles
Paper describes a new method developed in the Textile Test Laboratory of Óbuda University for determination the important properties of textiles and textile structures. The new development makes it possible to simultaneously examine both kinds of friction (kinetic and static friction).

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