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  • Białecka, Barbara (Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Morskiej w Szczecinie, 2010)
    The growing ecological awareness of the society, implementation of European Union’s law and development of the market economy caused in the last years an increase in the interest in wastes that could constitute energy raw materials in the form of alternative fuels. This growth, however, is limited by factors, of which the main comprise disposal of a considerable waste quantity at waste dumping sites and a low level of waste recycling. Currently the production and utilisation of alternative fuels both in Poland and Silesia are insignificant. In 2006 in Silesia only about 20 thousand tons of alternative fuels, prepared from combustible wastes, were utilised. The possibility of gaining and application of an alternative fuel should be closely connected with waste management realised in the given area, and the producers of alternative fuels and the local heat-generating plants should be units cooperating with the remaining elements of the waste management system (dumping sites, segregation stations, fuel producers, distributors and deliverers). The increase in the utilisation of wastes as alternative fuels should be also one of the main objectives of the electrical power engineering industry. For a proper waste management in Silesia essential is to establish a system of logistic-technological solutions for the optimum production and utilisation of alternative fuels. In the paper essential aspects determining the construction of a complex system of production and utilisation of alternative fuels were presente
  • Białecka, Barbara; Łupiński, Zbigniew (Scientific Journals of the Maritime University of Szczecin, Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Morskiej w Szczecinie, 2012)
    On the basis of the conducted investigations and analysis of the hard coal quality assurance process, it has been found that new IT tools need to be introduced to support the process. The study presents a system developed by the authors, which has been implemented in hard coal mines to support product quality improvement

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