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ISSN 2391-9361

2(14)/2016
SYSTEMY WSPOMAGANIA W INŻYNIERII PRODUKCJI
REVIEW OF PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS

Edition circulation: 130 copies

 
Contents

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1 3(15)/2016/1

Jacek ADAMCZAK, Mateusz BUDYNEK, Adrianna DYBIKOWSKA, Mari IURKOVA, Monika KOZAK, Natalia STĘPIEŃ, Han YEON JI
Selected aspects of the organization of the processes of reverse logistics of packaging waste in manufacturing enterprises

Abstract: The paper discusses the problems of the efficiency of selected aspects of the organization of the processes of reverse logistics of packaging waste in manufacturing enterprises. On the basis of the analysis of background literature, current legal standards and strategic documents, benefits resulting from its application are shown, and legal obligations of entrepreneurs are presented.

Keywords: reverse logistics, packaging waste, manufacturing enterprises
p. 7 pobierz
2 3(15)/2016/2

Grzegorz BIERNACI, Sandra DOBOSZ, Paweł GAJDEMSKI, Krzysztof GARDZIEJ, Laurena PHAM, Hanna PROSÓŁ, Małgorzata SMYK, Jagoda URBAN
Eco-modernization of the polish sector of energy production in the context of implementation of the goals of the eu 2021-2030 climate and energy package

Abstract: The paper discusses the issue of eco-modernization of the Polish sector of energy produc-tion in the light of new goals of the European Policy included in the ‘2021-2030 Climate and Energy Package’. It focuses on the presentation of challenges in transformation of the Polish sector of en-ergy production resulting from strategic goals of the EU in this area.

Keywords: energy market, transformation in energy production industry, energy policy
p. 15 pobierz
3 3(15)/2016/3

Jan BOGACKI, Jarosław ZAWADZKI
The influence of ferrite particle size on the quality of the magnetic marker in shale gas hydraulic fracturing

Abstract: The study analyzes the influence of particle size of magnetic ferrite on the possibility of using it, as a marker in magnetic prop pant during hydraulic fracturing. Based on a broad and accurate literature review, it was found, that the ferrite grain size can be one of the critical parameter conditioning the quality of the magnetic marker in shale gas hydraulic fracturing. Hence, the ferrite grain size determines greatly both the costs and efficiency of hydraulic fracturing.

Keywords: magnetic material, magnetic marker, ferrite, grain size, hydraulic fracturing, shale gas
p. 25 pobierz
4 3(15)/2016/4

Michał BURDA, Radosław JANIAK, Michał KRZESZOWSKI, Małgorzata MOTYKIEWICZ, Patrycja MUSIAŁOWSKA, Emilia RATAJCZAK, Joanna RATAJCZAK
Ecological innovation as an instrument for improving the competitive position of manufacturing enterprises

Abstract: The paper discusses the question of ecological innovation in manufacturing enterprises as an instrument for improving their competitive position. On the basis of the analysis of back­ground literature, the origins of the concept of innovation and eco-innovation are presented, as well as typology of its forms used in practical operation of contemporary production firms.

Keywords: ecological innovation, manufacturing enterprises
p. 34 pobierz
5 3(15)/2016/5

Elżbieta CELIŃSKA, Ewelina GAWEŁ, Bartosz KLUCZYŃSKI, Karolina MATERNE, Mateusz ORŁOWSKI, Joanna POŹNIAK, Patrycja ŚWISTAK
Ecological aspects of supply chain management in manufacturing enterprises

Abstract: The paper discusses issues related to ecological aspects of supply chain management in ma­nufacturing enterprises. It presents the functioning of the supply chain in companies and dis­cus­ses the minimum pro-ecological standards implemented by entrepreneurs. The article specifies the ty­po­logy of forms of the impact manufacturing enterprises exert on the environment.

Keywords: supply chain, supply chain management, manufacturing enterprises
p. 44 pobierz
6 3(15)/2016/6

Viktoriia CHORNOMAZ , Maciej GAWRON, Dalia GÓRSKA, Mari IURKOVA, Magdalena Anna JĘDRZEJCZAK, Urszula LEWANDOWSKA, Adrianna TARNAS
Eco-efficiency as a problem in managing contemporary enterprises

Abstract: The paper presents the issue of eco-efficiency as a problem in managing contemporary enterprises. While discussing the origins of the concept, it specifies its significance in practical operation of companies as well as forms of defining it. The article includes a synthetic review of methods of evaluation of eco-economic development of enterprises by means of the analysis of indexes referring to simple time of investment return, more efficient allocation of resources and the LCC index which helps to select the most profitable option out of other competitive alternatives of operation, purchase and maintenance.

Keywords: eco-efficiency, ecology, environment protection, company management
p. 52 pobierz
7 3(15)/2016/7

Weronika DOROZIŃSKA, La Minh HOANG, Maciej KWIATKOWSKI, Manh Duc NGUYEN, Daria NOWICKA, Marcin SIKORA, Paulina STAŃKO, Le Minh QUAN
The efficiency of eco-logistics processes on the food market

Abstract: The paper discusses the question of the efficiency of eco-logistics on the food market. The aim of the article is to present major problems related to the impact of food production processes, packaging, distribution and transport on the environment. It presents the origins of eco-logistics in re­lation to the concepts of logistics and reverse logistics. It analyses the characteristics and general assumptions of the efficiency of eco-logistics processes and describes food market as well as its im­pact on the natural environment. Furthermore it discusses the issue of waste generation and pre­sents business entities operating on the food market in the aspect of their further development. The ques­tion of sanitary standards for products of the food sector is analyzed as well as the dynamics of the development of technologies used in the processes of reverse logistics, changing exogenic expe­cta­tions and systems of values.

Keywords: eco-logistics, reverse logistics, food market
p. 59 pobierz
8 3(15)/2016/8

Tygran DZHUGURYAN, Zofia JÓŹWIAK
Infrastructure for multi-floor virtual enterprises system

Abstract: The multi-floor manufacturing is widely used in the megacities with high-density po­pu­la­tion due to the limited areas for industrial development and also the necessity of unloading tran­sport streams. The article gives the analysis of an infrastructure for the multi-floor virtual enter­pri­ses system that allows allocating the components and studying their role in maintaining the main pro­duction. The conditions for the harmonization of the vertical transport carrying capacity and of the performance of a multi-floor assembly manufacturing are determined. The morphological ana­ly­sis of ownership patterns of the fixed assets for the multi-floor virtual enterprises is defined. The ar­ticle offers to define the enterprises-homes as system of multi-floor virtual workhouses.

Keywords: system of multi-floor, flexible manufacturing, time of cycle, elevators, performance
p. 70 pobierz
9 3(15)/2016/9

Marta JAGUSIAK-KOCIK, Marek KRYNKE
Analysis of machines effectiveness in the company which produces electronic equipment

Abstract: This article presents the issues in the field of maintenance systems. They are cha­rac­te­ri­zed four major generations of maintenance systems. Assumptions, goals and history of the Total Pro­ductive Maintenance TPM are presented. This article presents also the company located in the Sile­sian Voivodeship, which produces electronic devices: electronic meters of electric energy and da­ta communications systems for measurement, recording, analysis, presentation and billing of ac­count­ing sizes. In the research part an analysis of the machines effectiveness, which are used in ma­nu­facturing process of electronic meter of electric energy - surface mount assembly machine and wa­ve soldering machine, using TPM coefficients was presented. Application of these coefficients al­lo­wed to the evaluation of current state of machines, which were analyzed and conclusions re­gard­ing to the further maintenance of these machines.

Keywords: electronic meters of electric energy, TPM, Overall Equipment Effectiveness
p. 79 pobierz
10 3(15)/2016/10

Marek KRYNKE, Marta JAGUSIAK-KOCIK
Quantitative determination of the reasons of errors concerning calculation of the bearing capacity of slewing bearings

Abstract: In the article the factors influencing the improvement of the quality and improvement of process of calculation of bearing capacity of rolling slewing bearings. An aim of conducted deliberations is the identification and elimination of sources of errors in determining the characteristics of slewing bearing capacity. The result of the research is to determine the risk of making mistakes and tips for designers of slewing bearings.

Keywords: slewing bearing, carrying capacity, FMEA, the Ishikawa diagram
p. 87 pobierz
11 3(15)/2016/11

Victor NORDIN
Urban traffic problems of kaliningrad and their solution

Abstract: The main cause of degradation of our cities is a "clash of cities and cars". In Kaliningrad over­come the critical threshold of motorization around 300-400 cars per 1000 inhabitants. This situation is characterized by traffic jams, road accidents and environmental deterioration. To over­co­me the crisis should be developed and implemented measures of transport policy in two areas dis­cussed in the article. Without their introduction the town cannot become a city „liveable".

Keywords: city, the city transport system, public passenger transport
p. 97 pobierz
12 3(15)/2016/12

Tomasz SZULC
Application of GIS systems for delimitation of degraded areas of small cities and rural areas

Abstract: The paper presents the results of research on application of GIS systems for delimitation of degraded areas in smaller municipalities. During the analyses it was found out, that the di­stri­bu­tion of population of smaller municipalities is uneven as most of the areas are covered by forests or corn­field. This increases population on smaller housing areas. From the point of view of socio-eco­no­mic indicators related to the unit of area of the land, it interferes the measurements. On the other hand, due to lower number of inhabitants comparing to larger cities, taking some of the indicators that are standardised to „per 100 persons” as they are, may also interfere the results and distort the real situation. This paper is an attempt to handle these dilemmas.

Keywords: small cities, delimitation, degraded areas, revitalisation
p. 106 pobierz
13 3(15)/2016/13

Robert ULEWICZ
The use of Kano model for the classification of the elements of product quality

Abstract: The article presents a case study of the use of the Noriaki Kano model, which allows the iden­tification of the characteristics of the perfect product from the perspective of a potential cu­sto­mer. One of the basic assumptions of the Kano model is the variability of customer requirements, which with the passage of time and copying attributes of a product by competing companies, so-cal­led "stunning" factors become common and become expected attributes, then the desired factors, and in the final phase the discouraging factors. The studies of features, of the perfect product we­re carried out in the company of processing meat and vegetable. There were identified four groups of features: attracting, standard, one-dimensional and neutral. Based on obtained data the­re were modified packaging and changed areas of allocating given type of assortment on the mar­ket.

Keywords: Kano theory, quality, food product
p. 117 pobierz
14 3(15)/2016/14

Radosław WOLNIAK
The role of QFD method in creating innovation

Abstract: Starting from the classical divisions of innovation on product innovation, process and orga­nizational innovation and the concept of the routine, and the resulting forced to celebrate the aim of the publication was to determine the applicability of QFD methods for different types of in­no­vation. In addition, we attempt to compare the role of QFD methods in this field in comparison with other tools used in quality management.

Keywords: QFD, quality management, innovation, quality management methods
p. 127 pobierz
15 3(15)/2016/15

Damian ZASINA, Jarosław ZAWADZKI
Spatial surrogate for air emissions from small residential combustion – analysis using scarce top-down estimates

Abstract: This paper presents methodology for obtaining 'first step' spatial surrogate for disag­gre­ga­tion of air pollutants' emissions determined using top-down approach. Considered sector was small residential combustion due to its importance in emission budget, also potential health thre­at­en­ing. However our analysis is not flawless due to partial loss of information connected with lo­ca­tions, can be effectively used as specific method for determining of spatial outliers. Simplified ap­proach shown in this paper uses values derived from gridded population density as downs calling fa­ctor for air pollutants' emissions. We determined three potential regions that should be treated se­parately to obtain independent – ‘regional” emission surrogates.

Keywords: air emission, spatial distribution, residential
p. 135 pobierz

 

   
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