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  1. ENEL Slovenske elektrarne. Annual report 2006

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    2007-01-01

    A brief account of activities carried out by the ENEL Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. (SE) in 2006 year is presented. These activities are reported under the following headings: (1) Evaluation Report and Foreword of the Chairman of the Board of Directors; (2) SE, a.s., Board of Directors in 2006; (3) SE, a.s., Supervisory Board in 2006; (4) The year in brief; (5) SE, a.s., Organisation Structure; (6) Company stakes; (7) Company strategy; (8) Electricity and heat generation; (9) Trade in electricity, support services and heat; (10) Investments; (11) Nuclear safety; (12) Occupational health and safety and fi re protection; (13) Environment; (14) Human resources; (15) Report on Financial Statements and Performance of the Company; (16) Auditor's report; (17) Abbreviations

  2. Welcome on the Slovenske elektrarne board

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    Kiselova, J.

    2009-01-01

    One of the aims of Human Resources Division of Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. is to ensure suitable working conditions for new comers for their fast adaptation in the new working environment, in our company. On the other hand, achieving the attitude of an employee, which may be defined by a phrase 'He/she is the Group Member' belongs to the priorities of the Enel Leadership Model. We will not reach for this attitude and behaviour corresponding to it on the first day, when the new comer starts working. Effective set up of the whole adaptation process in he first thee months and following steps are very important, so that we may show the new employee that we do care about him/her. (author)

  3. Slovenske elektrarne and the environment

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    Mihaly, B.

    2003-01-01

    In this paper the environmental impact from Slovenske elektrarne is reviewed. The Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant has obtained as the first plant in the Slovak Republic - the International certificate in environmental management according the norm ISO 14001:1996 for production and supply of electric energy from NPP. The Certification was awarded by the certification company Det Norske Veritas Slovensko according to the Dutch accreditation the Raad voor Accredative. Mochovce NPP has obtained the Certificate after compliance of process requests and it is active for three years. After expiration of this period the certification process must be repeated

  4. Slovenske elektrarne and the environment

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    Balaz, J.

    2003-01-01

    At the end of 2002 Mochovce NPP as the first Slovak energy operation got the international certificate of environmental managership according to norm ISO 14 001:1996 on production and electric energy supply from nuclear power plant praised by reputable testimonial company Det Norske Veritas. Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. management has intention to pass a certification process in all of its operations in this and following year. Certification presentation is one of the results of project of Environmental policy of SE, a.s. as it was specified by company executive in 2000. This project comes out from Environmental protection conception of SE from 1997. The basic condition of success of whole project is total orientation of Slovak electric energetic on energy production with minimal environmental load. It means the maximal exploitation of water and nuclear production of electric energy at the expense of technologies based on energy raw materials incineration. In 2002, of totally produced 32 805 MWh of electric energy almost two thirds were produced by nuclear power plants, almost one fifth by water power plants and 16% by thermal power plants. Thanks to this electricity production structure it is sharply possible to cut back the emission capacity produced by thermal power plants

  5. Nuclear Safety Culture & Leadership in Slovenske Elektrarne

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    Janko, P.

    2016-01-01

    This presentation shows practically how nuclear safety culture is maintained and assessed in Slovenske elektrarne, supported by human performance program and leadership model. Safety is the highest priority and it must be driven by the Leaders in the field. Human Performance is key to safety and therefore key to our success. Safety Policy of our operating organization—licence holder, is in line with international best practices and nuclear technology is recognised as special and unique. All nuclear facilities adopt a clear safety policy and are operated with overriding priority to nuclear safety, the protection of nuclear workers, the general public and the environment from risk of harm. The focus is on nuclear safety, although the same principles apply to radiological safety, industrial safety and environmental safety. Safety culture is assessed regularly based (every two years) on eight principles for strong safety culture in nuclear utilities. Encourage excellence in all plant activities and to go beyond compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Adopt management approaches embodying the principles of Continuous Improvement and risk Management is never ending activity for us. (author)

  6. New Emergency control center of Slovenske Elektrarne Bohunice NPP

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    Pecko, E.

    2012-01-01

    Emergency preparedness of nuclear power plant and operation assurance in case of a possible emergency calls to have devices for emergency response with equipment for rapid detection and continuous evaluation of anticipated events. Chief executive body designated to manage a nuclear power plant during major events is the emergency committee (EC). Emergency Committee is a part of the Emergency Response Organization (ERO). The following centers are on alert to ensure the activities of the ERO - Emergency Response office: - control room (CR) and emergency control room (ECR); - emergency management center (EMC); - Monitoring Centre (MC); - emergency backup control center (EBCC); - congregations of civil protection (CP) and CP shelters; - communications with warning and notification system (VARVYR). From a historical and practical point of view in the vicinity of Jaslovske Bohunice has been set up a joint emergency control center. The center was located on the territory of the former already inoperative V1 NPP. V1 NPP is currently integrated into the organizational structure of JAVYS. Operating Bohunice V2 NPP plant is a designated part of the Slovenske Elektrarne, a. s., whose majority owner is an Italian operator ENEL. In terms of various relevant factors, it was decided to build a new emergency management center on the territory of operating V2 NPP, meet the current standards.

  7. Slovenske elektrarne has fulfilled the plan of electric power production at 101 %

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    Anon

    2004-01-01

    Slovenske elektrarne, a. s., produced in 2003 year the electric power in capacity 26,047.6 GWh, whereby they fulfilled business plan at 101 %. In compare with the last year it is a reduction in production by 1,397.3 GWh. The biggest share of production - till 68.6 % of overall production of the Slovenske elektrarne, was provided by nuclear sources. Nuclear power plants fulfilled business plan at 104 %, when Jaslovske Bohunice NPP has produced 11,625 GWh and Mochovce NPP 6,238 GWh. The share of other power plants on the electricity production is presented

  8. Safety aspects of electric energy production and supplies in conditions of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s

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    Sip, M.; Danilak, M. et al.

    2005-01-01

    In this presentation author deals with safety aspects of electric energy production and supplies in conditions of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. Some terrorist attack and accidents are presented. Four video-sequences are included

  9. An operational approach to standard nuclear process model (SNPM) and SAP nuclear software implementation at Slovenske Elektrarne

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    Warren, C.C.

    2010-01-01

    Benchmarking efforts in the fall of 2006 showed significant performance gaps in multiple measured processes between the Slovenske Elektrarne (SE) nuclear organization and the highest performing nuclear organizations in the world. While overall performance of the SE nuclear fleet was good and in the second quartile, when compared to the worldwide population of Pressurized Water Reactors (PWR), SE leadership set new goals to improve safety and operational performance to the first decile of the worldwide PWR Fleet. To meet these goals the SE nuclear team initiated a project to identify and implement the Best Practice nuclear processes in multiple areas. The benchmarking process identified the Standard Nuclear Performance Model (SNPM), used in the US nuclear fleet, as the industry best practice process model. The Slovenske Elektrarne nuclear management team used various change management techniques to clearly establish the case for organizational and process change within the nuclear organization. The project organization established by the SE nuclear management team relied heavily on functional line organization personnel to gain early acceptance of the project goals and methods thereby reducing organizational opposition to the significant organizational and process changes. The choice of a standardized process model used, all or in part, by approximately one third of the nuclear industry worldwide greatly facilitated the development and acceptance of the changes. Use of a nuclear proven templated software platform significantly reduced development and testing efforts for the resulting fully integrated solution. In the spring of 2007 SE set in motion a set of initiatives that has resulted in a significant redesign of most processes related to nuclear plant maintenance and continuous improvement. Significant organizational structure changes have been designed and implemented to align the organization to the SNPM processes and programs. The completion of the initial

  10. An operational approach to standard nuclear process model (SNPM) and SAP nuclear software implementation at Slovenske Elektrarne

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    Warren, C.C. [Nuclear Power Plants Operation Department, Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s., Mlynske nivy 47, 821 09 Bratislava (Slovakia)

    2010-07-01

    Benchmarking efforts in the fall of 2006 showed significant performance gaps in multiple measured processes between the Slovenske Elektrarne (SE) nuclear organization and the highest performing nuclear organizations in the world. While overall performance of the SE nuclear fleet was good and in the second quartile, when compared to the worldwide population of Pressurized Water Reactors (PWR), SE leadership set new goals to improve safety and operational performance to the first decile of the worldwide PWR Fleet. To meet these goals the SE nuclear team initiated a project to identify and implement the Best Practice nuclear processes in multiple areas. The benchmarking process identified the Standard Nuclear Performance Model (SNPM), used in the US nuclear fleet, as the industry best practice process model. The Slovenske Elektrarne nuclear management team used various change management techniques to clearly establish the case for organizational and process change within the nuclear organization. The project organization established by the SE nuclear management team relied heavily on functional line organization personnel to gain early acceptance of the project goals and methods thereby reducing organizational opposition to the significant organizational and process changes. The choice of a standardized process model used, all or in part, by approximately one third of the nuclear industry worldwide greatly facilitated the development and acceptance of the changes. Use of a nuclear proven templated software platform significantly reduced development and testing efforts for the resulting fully integrated solution. In the spring of 2007 SE set in motion a set of initiatives that has resulted in a significant redesign of most processes related to nuclear plant maintenance and continuous improvement. Significant organizational structure changes have been designed and implemented to align the organization to the SNPM processes and programs. The completion of the initial

  11. Chance for young nuclear professionals in Slovenske Elektrarne, member of Enel Group

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    Zlatnansky, Jozef

    2014-01-01

    Main areas and opportunities for young nuclear professionals: → Further increase of safety of NPPs in operation and → Construction of two new NPP units; → Safety and efficiency of NPP decommissioning and radwaste treatment; → CENTA and R&D; → Prototype of gas cooled fast-breader reactor - ALLEGRO. Gas-cooled fast reactor (GFR) is one of the Generation IV reactor concepts and represents one of the three European candidate for fast reactor types. Conclusions: • Human resources are key assets for nuclear organization; • Knowledge of nuclear technology be managed as a resource; • Support of young nuclear professionals is our commitment

  12. Restructuring of the Slovenske elektrarne, p.l.s. and their influence on economy of the Slovak Republic

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    Horvat, J.

    2003-01-01

    In this paper author deals with privatization of Slovenske elektrarne (SE), a.s. Bratislava and their influence on economy of the Slovak Republic. Country made the first step in privatization in the case of SE at the beginning of 90's by transformation of state enterprise to a. s. with state dominant position (95.8% of stocks was held by Fond narodneho majetku (National Property Fund), the rest was divided between SPP, a.s. and Restitucny investicny fond (Restitution capital fund). In the next phase two newly founded separate a.s. TEKO, a.s. (Teplaren Kosice) and SEPS, a.s. (Slovenska elektrizacna prenosova sustava) were set aside from a.s. Government adopted two basic variants of sale of SE, a.s. stocks by resolution N. 700/2002. Possible variants of SE privatisation are discussed. Energy position of Slovak Republic in European context is relatively favourable in present time because production capacities exceed domestic consumption and part of energy (up to 600 MWh) is exported. Future of thermal power plants Novaky and Vojany is interrogative because of tightened ecological norms, besides Slovak Republic undertook to lay up both blocks of Bohunice NPP V1. Forecasts show that Slovak Republic will stop to be self-sufficient in electric power production about 2010. (Author)

  13. Enel waiting for the state to act first

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    Anon

    2005-01-01

    Enel will only answer the basic question whether Slovenske elektrarne will complete the reactors 3 and 4 in nuclear power plant in Mochovce next year. Initial analyses made by Enel indicate that the completion of Mochovce would cost over 60 billions Sk (1,54 billions EUR). Since National Property Fund has approved the strategic investment plan two more conditions have to be met before Enel can acquire Slovenske elektrarne. The first condition is that a part of the company assets has to taken over by state owned joint stock company GovCo. This regards reactor V-1 in nuclear power plant Jaslovske Bohunice that should be made ready for closure by end of 2008, damaged reactor A-1, nuclear equipment decommissioning and disposal unit VYZ and hydroelectric power plant in Gabcikovo. The other condition that still has to be fulfilled is passing of a new act on disposal of nuclear power generating equipment. The new act should distribute the fund's resources amongst the individual nuclear energy sources. M. Arcelli (regional manager of Enel for Slovakia) stresses that the money nuclear power station in Mochovce and V-2 earned and will earn during their time in operation will have to remain in the fund to cover their later liquidation i.e. should not be used on liquidation of reactors V-1 or A-1. (authors)

  14. SE and ENEL - One Year Together One Year after Privatization

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    Anon

    2007-01-01

    In Bratislava, one year ago, exactly in April 28, the privatization deal of a 66% stake in Slovenske elektrarne (SE) was finally closed. The Slovak government and the Italian company ENEL signed final documents and ENEL thus definitely entered into SE. In May 2006, Miroslav Pikus, a former CEO, was replaced by Marco Arcelli, who, as a regional manager for Slovakia, had been preparing the entry of ENEL into SE since March 2005. Not only did he sometimes cook for us, in his 'kitchen' but also there were prepared 160 investment projects, e.g the improvement of nuclear safety and resistance of the Bohunice power plant, electricity sale through the so-called 'virtual power plant', ensuring a non-attended operation in hydro power plants, reconstruction and modernization of the Orava and Dobsina hydro power plants. (author)

  15. Enel expects privatization to be completed

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    Anon

    2006-01-01

    The collapse of the coalition will probably mean that the sale of state-owned stakes in two distribution companies and all the heating plants will not be completed and nor will privatisation at Zapadoslovenska energetika. Most important for the energy sector is uncertainty regarding the major privatization project of this government - finding a new owner of 66% of Slovenske elektrarne shares. The state expects to receive about 32 billion Slovak crowns (842.105 million EUR) from Enel for this stake. 'The cabinet has approved the privatization under certain conditions and those have to be met now,' answered the leader of the KDH deputy's club, Pavol Minarik, to the question whether the cabinet would still be able to muster sufficient votes in parliament to pass the Act on the national nuclear account. All other so-called delaying conditions are in the competence of the cabinet or the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic and the opposition, which opposes privatization, cannot influence them. The act will address the financing of debts related to the liquidation of the V1 and A1 nuclear power plants. (authors)

  16. ENEL gushes

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    Anon.

    1996-01-01

    This article reviews the 1995 Annual Report and Accounts for ENEL for 1995. This successful company enjoyed an 11% rise in net profits, with total sales revenues up by 8.2%. Staff numbers were down, but ENEL's staff were paid more overall. (UK)

  17. What Enel and Rusko will not find in the privatization documents

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    Janoska, J.

    2004-01-01

    The lawyers of Enel will be spending the pre-Christmas period studying the transaction documents relating to the privatization of a 66% stake in Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. (Slovak Electric). At the beginning of the year, the Italian company Enel is set to sign the document that Cabinet approved in December 2004. Neither the draft privatization documents, nor the version approved by Parliament are publicly available. The Ministry promised to publish them after Enel signed the contracts. But Cabinet-level discussions prior to the approval of the documents uncovered problematic parts of the agreements related to the relationship between Enel, Slovak Electric and the state. Lawyers are examining the changes that were implemented based on recommendations of Cabinet members during the period after the postponement of the signing of the contract. Minister Pavol Rusko does not expect that Enel will reject the approved conditions, as that would mean the end of negotiations. But despite this, TREND asked whether he had an alternative plan prepared for such an eventuality. The Minister repeated that he had no doubt that the sale would be completed successfully and as of June Enel would become the new majority shareholder of Slovak Electric. He believes the 'the contract, which was very thoroughly prepared, will be very acceptable for both the selling and purchasing parties'. However, both the lawyers of Enel and the Minister should be aware of new facts they cannot be found in the privatisation documentation. And this is good news for both parties. This week Slovak Electric completed the process of financial restructuring and fulfilled the 'stabilization scenario'. Debt repayment has been postponed, debts will be repayable under standard conditions and will reflect the current capacity of the loan market. State guarantees have been decreased to a minimum and Slovak Electric will be able to request a new rating. More good news, mainly for P. Rusko, although he has not spoken

  18. Slovenske elektrarne, Mochovce nuclear power plant. Safety strategy

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    1999-01-01

    In this leaflet the Management's declaration is presented. This declaration contains: operation management and quality assurance, plant commissioning, maintenance and repairs, reactor physics, radiation protection, surveillance programmes, events analyses and experience feed-back, accident management procedures and training, emergency planning and preparedness review of safety performance, human resources, and personnel responsibility

  19. Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant

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    1998-01-01

    In this booklet the uranium atom nucleus fission as well as electricity generation in a nuclear power plant (primary circuit, reactor, reactor pressure vessel, fuel assembly, control rod and reactor power control) are explained. Scheme of electricity generation in nuclear power plant and Cross-section of Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant unit are included. In next part a reactor scram, refuelling of fuel, instrumentation and control system as well as principles of nuclear safety and safety improvements are are described

  20. Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., Enterprise Vojany power plant

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    2005-01-01

    This brochure describes the Enterprise Vojany power plant (SE-EVO) is described. This is brown coal burning ((EVO II) and natural gas or fuel oil burning (EVO I) power plant. Technical data in detail of SE-EVO as well as results of up-grade of the SE-EVO are presented

  1. Enel Graduates in Slovakia

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    Galvani, L

    2009-01-01

    Enel constructs two reactors of second generation in Mochovce. Commissioning is expected at the end of 2013, a few months after Italy returns to nuclear. The power plant relies on the support of the public in the country, free way to adopted safety requirements from Brussels. So did inform assigned redactor Laura Galvagni in the edition of the most read Italian economic daily Il Sole 24 Ore on 24 November 2009. (author)

  2. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment, March 2005

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    2005-04-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In March 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 30.538 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 123.066 t in EVO B13; 175.980 t in B14; 28.324 t in B15 and 12.975 t in B16; and in EVO II: 121 kg in B21; and 11 kg in B23. In March 2005 these plants emitted totally 209,062 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants it was emitted of 618,412 t of carbon dioxide (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  3. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during June 2006

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    2006-07-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In June 2006 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 15.858 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 13.741 t in EVO B13; 76.754 t in B14; 45.201 t in B15 and 29.607 t in B16. In June 2006 these plants emitted totally 194,910 t of carbon dioxide and during 2006 in these plants my emitted 1,503,619 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2006, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  4. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during February 2006

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    2006-03-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In February 2006 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 12.077 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 75.628 t in EVO B13; 20.787 t in B14; 19.539 t in B15 and 34.223 t in B16; and in EVO II: 0.302 kg in B23; 0.376 kg in B24. In February 2006 these plants emitted totally 207,709 t of carbon dioxide and during 2006 in these plants my emitted 2,267,944 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2006, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  5. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during December 2006

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    2007-01-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In December 2006 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 12.897 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 2.536 t in EVO B13; 11.131 t in B14; 17.471 t in B15 and 39.415 t in B16. In November and December 2006 these plants emitted totally 207,690 t and 203,495 t of carbon dioxide, respectively, and during 2006 in these plants my emitted 177,601 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2006, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  6. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment, January 2005

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    2005-02-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In January 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 12.975 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 190.402 t in EVO B13; 141.949 t in B14; 12.487 t in B15 and 17.807 t in B16; and in EVO II: 5 kg in B23. During January 2005 in these plants it was emitted of 208,065 t of carbon dioxide (of 2,797653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  7. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during May 2006

    International Nuclear Information System (INIS)

    2006-06-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In May 2006 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 17.882 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 29.815 t in B15 and 5.462 t in B16. In May 2006 these plants emitted totally 182,122 t of carbon dioxide and during 2006 in these plants my emitted 1,698,529 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2006, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  8. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment, July 2005

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    2005-08-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In July 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 365.484 tonnes (t) i B13; 498.080 t in EVO B14; 31.401 t in B15; 19.296 t in B16. In July 2005 these plants emitted totally 195,178 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants may emitted 1,368,346 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  9. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during July 2006

    International Nuclear Information System (INIS)

    2006-08-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In July 2006 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 11.296 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 23.350 t in EVO B13; 101.352 t in B14; 40.445 t in B15 and 45.051 t in B16. In July 2006 these plants emitted totally 217,867 t of carbon dioxide and during 2006 in these plants my emitted 1,285,752 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2006, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  10. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during December 2005

    International Nuclear Information System (INIS)

    2006-01-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In December 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 8.916 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 266.538 t in EVO B13; 469.489 t in B14; 18.342 t in B15 and 17.640 t in B16; and in EVO II: 5.0 kg in B21; 12.0 kg in B23. In December 2005 these plants emitted totally 258,470 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants my emitted 229,923 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  11. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment, May 2005

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    2005-06-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In May 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 12.975 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 190.402 t in EVO B13; 141.949 t in B14; 12.487 t in B15 and 17.807 t in B16; and in EVO II: 5 kg in B23. In May 2005 these plants emitted totally 223,741 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants it was emitted of 1,041,790 t of carbon dioxide sulfur dioxide (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  12. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during October 2006

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    2006-12-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In October 2006 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 23.786 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 25.189 t in EVO B13; 57.438 t in B14; 37.132 t in B15 and 25.118 t in B16. In September and October 2006 these plants emitted totally 230,065 t and 223,718 t of carbon dioxide, respectively, and during 2006 in these plants my emitted 588,786 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2006, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  13. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during November 2005

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    2005-12-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In November 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 18.828 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 14.865 t in EVO B13; 268.665 t in B14; 36.435 t in B15 and 14.857 t in B16. In November 2005 these plants emitted totally 217,528 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants my emitted 747,680 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  14. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment, February 2005

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    2005-03-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In February 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 13.403 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 73.614 t in B14; 22.667 t in B15 and 24.495 t in B16; and in EVO II: 1,426 kg in B22; 5 kg in B23 and 57 kg in B24. In February 2005 these plants emitted totally 208,102 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants it was emitted of 409,923 t of carbon dioxide (of 2,797653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  15. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during October 2005

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    2005-11-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In October 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 13.349 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 61.145 t in EVO B13; 192.674 t in B14; 25.566 t in B15 and 13.981 t in B16. In October 2005 these plants emitted totally 217,528 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants my emitted 747,680 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  16. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment, August 2005

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    2005-09-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In August 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 17.408 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 58.059 t in B14; 36.798 t in B15 and 30.275 t in B16. In August 2005 these plants emitted totally 161,757 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants may emitted 1,368,346 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  17. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during September 2005

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    2005-10-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In September 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 25.769 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 36.951 t in EVO B13; 250.809 t in B14; 29.977 t in B15 and 35.549 t in B16. In September 2005 these plants emitted totally 241,381 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants my emitted 965,208 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  18. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during April 2006

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    2006-05-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In April 2006 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 16.793 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 13.894 t in B15 and 16.312 t in B16. In April 2006 these plants emitted totally 164,205 t of carbon dioxide and during 2006 in these plants my emitted 1,880,651 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2006, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  19. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during March 2006

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    2006-04-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In March 2006 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 9.898 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 48.708 t in EVO B13; 0 t in B14; 14.952 t in B15 and 38.550 t in B16. In March 2006 these plants emitted totally 206,001 t of carbon dioxide and during 2006 in these plants my emitted 2,061,943 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2006, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  20. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during January 2006

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    2006-02-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In January 2006 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 19.272 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 294.948 t in EVO B13; 392.070 t in B14; 41.229 t in B15 and 31.833 t in B16; and in EVO II: 0.015 kg in B23; 0.047 kg in B24. In January 2006 these plants emitted totally 322,000 t of carbon dioxide and during 2006 in these plants my emitted 2,475,653 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2006, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  1. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment, June 2005

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    2005-07-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In July 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 12.961 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 69.628 t in EVO B13; 161.626 t in B14; 48.613 t in B15 and 26.308 t in B16. In June 2005 these plants emitted totally 191,465 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants it was emitted of 1,232,764 t of carbon dioxide sulfur dioxide (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  2. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment, April 2005

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    2005-05-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In May 2005 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 6.543 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 431.337 t in EVO B13; 415.883 t in B14; 10.462 t in B15 and 0.034 t in B16. In April 2005 these plants emitted totally 199,824 t of carbon dioxide and during 2005 in these plants it was emitted of 818,217 t of carbon dioxide (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2005, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  3. Influence of exploitation of the Elektrarne Vojany on the environment during August 2006

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    2006-09-01

    The Elektrarne Vojany plant (fossil power plant Vojany) is located in Eastern Slovakia in the district of Michalovce, consisting of two generating plants: Elektraren Vojany I (EVO I - 6 x 110 MW) and Elektraren Vojany II (EVO II - 6 x 110 MW). In this leaflet the results of monitoring on the Elektrarne Vojany (EVO), power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., are presented. In August 2006 the following quantity of sulfur dioxide were emitted in EVO I in blocks (B): 7.026 tonnes (t) in B11+B12; 109.943 t in EVO B13; 226.100 t in B14; 52.929 t in B15 and 43.966 t in B16. In August 2006 these plants emitted totally 243,183 t of carbon dioxide and during 2006 in these plants my emitted 1,042,569 t of carbon dioxide, yet (of 2,797,653 t of quota for 2006, and 8,392,959 t of quota for 2005-2007 years). Pollution of air and water as well as wastes production are reported

  4. Completion of the privatisation

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    Anon

    2006-01-01

    In Bratislava on April 28, 2006 the privatisation of 66 % share of the Slovenske Elektrarne, a. s. (SE) has definitively finished. The Slovak Republic with the Italian company ENEL assigned ultimate documents and the ENEL definitively entered into the SE. Italian investor paid for the SE 839 millions EUR, what is about 31.35 billions Slovak crowns. (author)

  5. Operation of Slovenske elektrarne sources in the 1st half of 2009

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    Hroch, A.

    2009-01-01

    Comparing the net production of electricity in SE in the first months of 2009 with 2008 we can see a decrease due to the shutdown of Unit 2 of V1 and only a short increase in week No. 14 and 17 caused by spring rains. The first three months were also influenced by a temporary fees of an electricity producer for system services in electricity export (so called export fees) that disadvantage the sources in Slovakia even at times when the market prices significantly decreased on a year- on- year basis. (author)

  6. ENEL's DSM actions in the international scenario

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    Oliva, P.; Russo, S.

    1997-01-01

    In the framework of national policies which, since the end of the 70s, have had the target of making consumers rationally use the natural sources, in particular energy, and in the pursuit of environmental goals, the Governments and the utilities have driven several DSM (Demand-Side Management) actions, in many countries. The activities implemented by ENEL have included the analysis of the different components of the energy chain, from the primary sources to the final uses in industry, agriculture, residential and commercial buildings. This is in order to improve the energy efficiency by new electrotechnologies and more effective appliances. ENEL has carried out commercial initiatives by specific contractual agreements based on the marginal costs of the electric service. The paper explains ENEL's strategies and the actions implemented by the utility on DMS; the results in terms of energy efficiency, electric demand dynamics and of load curve changing are also explained. Finally the paper explores the DSM perspectives in the Italian future scenario, where energy companies will act in a more competitive market. (author)

  7. Part II. Chapter VII. Lack of knowledge has generated misconceptions about WWER in Western Europe

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    Bucha, T.

    2008-01-01

    In this interview Mr. Giancarlo Aquilanti (Project Director Mochovce NPP, Unit-3 and Unit-4, the Slovenske elektrarne, a. s., a member of ENEL) evaluates reactor safety in Mochovce NPP. Perspectives of development of nuclear energy in the Slovak Republic and Italia are discussed.

  8. Unmanned operation of Hydro Power Plants

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    Regula, E.

    2008-01-01

    Intentions to launch unmanned operation are no news, the very first occurred in Hydro Power Plants (HPP) at the time when the first computer technology was implemented into process of power generation, i.e. no later than in 1960 s . ENEL entering Slovenske elektrarne not only revived but significantly accelerated the implementation process of unmanned operation. Experience of ENEL says that unmanned operation means better reliability of the HPP and this is the priority. (author)

  9. Rahvastikuregister peaks olema keskne / Enel Pungas ; interv. Alo Lõhmus

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    Pungas, Enel

    2003-01-01

    Intervjuu siseministeeriumi rahvastikutoimingute osakonna juhataja Enel Pungasega riigiasutuste andmebaaside kooskõlastamisest, rahvastikuregistrist ja e-riigist. Vt. samas lühiintervjuud rahvastikuregistri töötajaga: Eesti e-riik ei ühti iseendaga

  10. Pioneering corporate responsibility in Italy: the Enel experience

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    Comin, Gianluca

    2007-07-01

    Enel, the largest Italian utility for production, distribution of electricity and the second largest for natural gas distribution has started its Corporate Responsibility practice in 2002 and ever since has gained a leading role within the Italian sustainability scene. By rapidly integrating Corporate Responsibility in its strategic planning and in its reporting procedures, Enel also could develop a state of the art sustainability plan, a wide array of key performance indicators to monitor it and an outstanding knowledge in Corporate Responsibility mainstreaming. The acceleration imposed by Enel's management in implementing Corporate Responsibility as a basic integrator into its corporate procedures also allowed the company to be acknowledged as one of the best practices in the world. Along the implementation of Corporate Responsibility Enel also developed traditional and intranet based training programs that impacted on 4,500 middle managers and 48,000 employees. International sustainability indices recognised the company's effort including it in their listings as of 2003. Active in stakeholder dialogue, Enel is also implementing a way to gather fresh and direct opinions from an esteemed universe of 60,000 people with an unprecedented web based polling tool derived from multidimensional scaling techniques aimed at questioning appreciation on 25 topics of mutual concern. (auth)

  11. ENEL overall PWR plant models and neutronic integrated computing systems

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    Pedroni, G.; Pollachini, L.; Vimercati, G.; Cori, R.; Pretolani, F.; Spelta, S.

    1987-01-01

    To support the design activity of the Italian nuclear energy program for the construction of pressurized water reactors, the Italian Electricity Board (ENEL) needs to verify the design as a whole (that is, the nuclear steam supply system and balance of plant) both in steady-state operation and in transient. The ENEL has therefore developed two computer models to analyze both operational and incidental transients. The models, named STRIP and SFINCS, perform the analysis of the nuclear as well as the conventional part of the plant (the control system being properly taken into account). The STRIP model has been developed by means of the French (Electricite de France) modular code SICLE, while SFINCS is based on the Italian (ENEL) modular code LEGO. STRIP validation was performed with respect to Fessenheim French power plant experimental data. Two significant transients were chosen: load step and total load rejection. SFINCS validation was performed with respect to Saint-Laurent French power plant experimental data and also by comparing the SFINCS-STRIP responses

  12. Enel seeks strategic re-entry into the photovoltaic market. Cooperations promise economic efficiency; Enel strebt strategischen Wiedereinstieg in die Photovoltaik an. Kooperationen versprechen Wirtschaftlichkeit

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    Berger, W. [Orizzonti, Verona (Italy)

    2008-12-01

    Major Italian utility Enel has embarked again in activities in the field of photovoltaics (pv) after years of standstill caused by the company's privatisation in 1999. Now attractive feed-in tariffs, much untapped potential and strong interest of Italians in pv have opened the door for the development of new business in this unfolding mass market. More recently Enel has also strengthened ties with pv-cell and module production industry. (orig.)

  13. Evolution of Italian national electric power system: Relationship between ENEL and local operators

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    Rossi, G.P.

    1993-01-01

    With the aim of facilitating the option to privatize the Italian national electricity system known as ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board), new laws have been passed which have modified the legal framework pertaining to the management of ENEL's activities and have given ENEL a new status of state concessionaire. The modifications to the existing laws, however, were made in such a way as not to jeopardize the present integral nature of ENEL's activities relative to power generation and distribution. This paper discusses the impact of the new laws on the management of municipal and industrial power plants run by public administrations and private industrial firms licensed to operate under existing and future agreements made with ENEL

  14. Research and development activity at ENEL for next generation reactors

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    Fornaciari, P.

    1992-01-01

    Italy, a world leader in nuclear electricity production in the mid sixties, became the only large industrialized country which renounced nuclear energy; a fact hardly understandable for a country that, in addition has a worrisome dependence on imported foreign energy. The paper reports the political events that brought Italy to a condition not easy to be sustained in the long run, citing in particular: the so-called 'reconversion' of the Alto Lazio nuclear plant into a fossil fuelled plant, the closure of the Caorso plant after the encouraging outcome of an IAEA inspection, and finally, the contrasting resolutions voted on the matter by the two Parliament chambers. The paper then deals with the issues which need to be solved to allow a nuclear renaissance in Italy. The research program on future reactor designs has been carried out by ENEL (the Italian National Electricity Board) in the framework of a wide international co-operation with the ambitious goal to demonstrate that, even in the case of a severe accident, no population evacuation, nor any long term limitation as to ground utilization is to be planned. On this important issue a large international consensus is growing worldwide. The willingness of ENEL to remain part of the nuclear community has been also proved by its adhesion to the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO), created to enhance the operational safety of nuclear plants worldwide

  15. Nitrogen oxide control at power plants of the ENEL company (Italy)

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    Kotler, V.R. (Vserossiiskii Teplotekhnicheskii Institut (Russian Federation))

    1993-03-01

    Analyzes experiences of the ENEL electricity company in Italy in controlling pollutant emission from fossil-fuel power plants. In 1990, the company produced 87% of the country's electricity. Until the year 2000, ENEL plans to increase coal use for power generation by 23.5% and install 9,300 MW of new coal-fired power plant capacity. New European and Italian emission standards require ENEL to reduce NO[sub x] emissions by 30% from 1986 to 1998. NO[sub x] emission values from various fuel-oil and pulverized-coal fired steam generators operated by the company are given. Modifications to existing combustion technologies and equipment installed to lower NO[sub x] content in flue gases at various ENEL power plants are considered. The most promising coal combustion technologies and ongoing research programs are pointed out. 4 refs.

  16. More electric power for cleaner air: ENEL air pollution abatement program

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    Landini, P.; Segreto, F.

    1991-01-01

    ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) is conducting an intensive anti-pollution campaign that is expected to lead to overall reductions by about 80% in polluting emissions by the year 2000. Existing plants are being equipped with low NOx burners and electrostatic precipitators; coal units are receiving flue gas desulfurization systems. New poly-fuel plants, to be located far from residential zones, are to use low sulfur fuels or natural gas, and employ 250 meter high smoke-stacks. ENEL's anti-pollution campaign also involves a series of co-ordinated research studies directed towards the development of new sulfur and nitrogen oxides emission control technologies and innovative fluidized-bed and coal-water fuel slurry combustion systems. ENEL will also participate with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests in environmental protection programs. These will involve the setting-up of acid rain monitoring and sampling networks and atmospheric circulation mapping and modelling

  17. An example o French - Italian cooperation in the area of energy: ENEL in France

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    Cremieux, M.

    2010-01-01

    The electricity market liberalization also allows to renew European industrial cooperation. As a symbol of such cooperation, Enel, the first both Italian and Spanish operator, develops an integrated position in France where industrial cooperation with Electricite de France in the EPR project goes with a business activity competing with the historical operator. Such industrial cooperation allows Enel to benefit by experience in all available technologies and is of crucial importance in light of the Italian government's choice to develop nuclear energy in Italy. Those industrial agreements, beneficial both for consumers and for the European development, cannot develop unless a number of economic properties are complied with. (author)

  18. Italian cogeneration legislation (Laws 9 ampersand 10): ENEL's (Italy) point of view

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    Pello', P.M.

    1991-01-01

    Referring to recently legislated Italian normatives governing on-site electric power generation by private industry, in particular, to the clauses which regard rate structure in the case of auto-producers ceding power to the national grid controlled by ENEL (the Italian National Electricity Board), this paper determines auto-production economic feasibility limits, based on cogeneration plant annual power production, ceded power quality, type of fuel, and overall operating costs. Some consideration is then given to the long term implications that this legislation, encouraging on-site production on a wide scale, has on ENEL's strategic planning and natural gas marketing in Italy

  19. David and Goliath : the procedures for selling ENEL distribution lines to city-owned companies

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    Onofri, L.

    2005-01-01

    This paper analyzed the economic impacts of the provisions under Article 9 of the Bersani Decree, relating to the sale of the ENEL distribution networks to city-owned companies, with particular reference to the ENEL-AEM Milano case. The Bersani Decree states that the sale of networks must be made according to normal market rules, but also rules that ENEL is obliged to sell its own distribution network. Through the use of analytical instruments inspired by the contract theory, this study highlighted several contradictions in the decree. It was noted that the deferment to private parties bargaining to perform the sale was contradictory, as it was counterbalanced and blocked by the legal compulsion to sell. The Bersani Decree influences the bargaining power of the parties by handing it over to the city-owned company, who then make as low an evaluation of the contract as possible. This has prompted several companies to seek arbitration. If the arbitrators are unable to arrive at a satisfactory price, the contract will not be completed. The refusal to accept a proposed price may be seen as an attempt to negotiate a different purchase price. In addition, magistrates undertake the bargaining power that would be be granted to both parties to respect the Bersani Decree, in that the magistrate has the power to order one or both parties to conclude the contract. The independent setting of the sale is compromised and does not necessarily reflect the evaluations of parties involved. Appeals to appraisers, hearings and research mean that the costs to both parties, and society, increases. It was suggested that legislators should allow the market to work independently, without mandating the terms of private companies' transactions, and without additional procedural phases. A market-oriented formulation could avoid useless extensions and costs in the sale of ENEL-owned distribution networks to city-owned companies. 17 refs., 4 tabs., 12 figs

  20. ENEL high and medium voltage electrical substations for power supply to urban centers

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    Bargigia, A.; Boatto, C.; Di Mario, A.; Fava, N.; Sciarra, S.; Speziali, R.

    1991-12-01

    Modular high and medium voltage gas insulated electrical substations are being used by ENEL (Italian Electricity Board) to meet the specific needs of urban centers with special design and sizing constraints of a historical/architectural nature. This paper illustrates the key design, construction operation and performance characteristics of these standardized units. The descriptions include brief notes on equipment-transformer interconnection, interchangeability and environmental compatibility. Performance test procedures and results of actual reliability and certification tests on some substations are reported

  1. Edo Mihevc – urbanist, arhitekt in oblikovalec. Vrednotenje povojnega urbanizma slovenske obale

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    Jasna Kralj Pavlovec

    1999-01-01

    Full Text Available Edo Mihevc (1911–1985 je bil eden protagonistov slovenske moderne arhitekture po drugi svetovni vojni in eden Plečnikovih študentov, ki se je ločil od njegove manire ter zakorakal na pot samoizraznosti in iskanja skladja med modernizmom, regionalizmom in humanistično filozofijo. Pomen njegovega prispevka slovenski arhitekturi in kulturi je predstavljen skozi perspektivo večrazsežnostne dejavnosti, s poudarkom na vlogi urbanista slovenske obale. Posamezni deli iz njegovega opusa so predstavljeni z vidika časa nastanka, uporabe in arhitekturne vrednosti, pomen in vloga zamisli ter trendov pa skozi dela. V luči sodobnih doktrin varovanja kulturne dediščine, pravočasna ocena in minimalno varstvo njegove arhitekture mora biti doseženo, tudi za mojstrovine iz bližnje preteklosti.

  2. ENEL (Italy) 3.3 MW photovoltaic power plant at Serre

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    Iliceto, A.; Previ, A.; Corsi, S.; Belcastro, G.N.; Vigotti, R.

    1993-01-01

    This paper describes the key design and performance features of a demonstration 3.3 MW photovoltaic power plant which is being built by ENEL (the Italian National Electricity Board) to determine the technical-economic feasibility of such installations and to augment national engineering know-how and construction capability in this field. The plant is to be made up of 60,000 modules, each equipped with sets of 36 or 72 10x10 cm polycrystalline silicon cells. The paper also provides sketches of module support systems, main electrical layouts and computerized control systems, as well as, a breakdown of project costs

  3. ENEL and application of Italian November 14, 1990 Decree CIP 34/3

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    Vazio, A.

    1991-01-01

    As part of an overall energy conservation campaign, a concrete step, in the form of a more favourable electricity rate structure for auto-producers, is being taken by the Italian Government to encourage medium sized industries to adopt cogeneration systems to meet their heat and power requirements. Within this context, this paper gives an idea of how ENEL, the Italian National Electricity Board, administers contracts involving the ceding of on-site generated power to the national utility's grid. Reference is made to the specific provisions incorporated in the CIP (Italian Inter-ministerial Commission on Prices) Provision No. 34, dated November 14, 1990

  4. Upgrading of operation and maintenance. Lessons learned by ENEL- Nuclear Plant Management

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    Bolla, Giuseppe; Panini, Giulio

    1999-01-01

    A presentation and general information on ENEL are given. The Italian Authority for Electric Energy (Ente Nazionale per l'Energia Electrica - ENEL), entirely owned by the Italian Ministry of Treasury, is the third largest utility in the world after EDF of France and TEPCO of Japan. The following figures are featuring its size: - Net maximum capacity = 52.463 GW; - Power generation = 182,500 GW h; - Customer = 28.2 Million; - Hydroelectric power plants = 651 (16.327 MW); - Thermoelectric power units = 206 (35,666 MW); - Geothermal power units = 36 (470 MW). The ENEL core business consists of generation, transmission, distribution and sale throughout Italy of electric power produced from any source as well as the importation and exportation of electric power and the co-ordination of operational and planning activities in order to ensure adequate availability throughout Italian territory of electric power at minimum cost. Before the decision taken for political reason by Italian Government in 1988 to terminate nuclear power plants operation and construction, 4 NPPs have been successfully operated. The whole production of the four plants has been about 90 billion kWh. The management experience for these plants has been good, both for plant availability and safety. No operating events occurred arising any risk for workers, population and environment. The Chernobyl power plant accident induced Italy to promote the 'nuclear referendum' in November 1987. Following the referendum the nuclear power production was interrupted. After 1988 the following nuclear activities has been carried out: - plant safe conservation, decommissioning planning, cost evaluation and safe enclosure preparation; - investigation for waste treatment methods; - participation in requirement definition and design activity for next NPP generation. A specific experience has been accumulated in the decommissioning of Italian NPPs, due to their anticipated shutdown, in particular in the field of

  5. Enhanced distribution automation system based on new communication technology at ENEL

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    Comellini, E.; Gargiuli, R.; Gelli, G.; Tonon, R.; Mirandola, P.

    1991-01-01

    On the basis of extensive research aimed at the assessment of the feasibility of a cost effective two-way telecommunications system, and of the experience gained during the eighties in the field of remote control of the primary distribution network where new digital techniques were introduced, and in the field of metering apparatus, where about 7,000 HV and MV customers were equipped with Ferraris meters associated with electronic devices for the application of multirate tariffs, ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) has designed a new distribution automation system aimed at: remote control of the MV distribution network, and MV and LV customer meter service automation. This report describes the key choices that determined the architecture of the new system and the most important features of its main components, in view of: an improvement of energy usage efficiency, better service to the customers, as well as, increased simplicity and transparency in customer relationships

  6. Quality of electric service in utility distribution networks under electromagnetic compatibility principles. [ENEL

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    Chizzolini, P.; Lagostena, L.; Mirra, C.; Sani, G. (ENEL, Rome Milan (Italy))

    1989-03-01

    The development of electromagnetic compatibility criteria, being worked out in international standardization activities, requires the establishment of the characteristics of public utility distribution networks as a reference ambient. This is necessary for gauging the immunity levels towards users and for defining the disturbance emission limits. Therefore, it is a new way to look at the quality of electric service. Consequently, it is necessary to check and specify, in an homogeneous manner, the phenomena that affect electric service. Use must be made of experimental tests and of the collection and elaboration of operation data. In addition to testing techniques, this paper describes the checking procedures for the quality of electric service as they are implemented in the information system developed by ENEL (Italian Electricity Board) for distribution activities. The first reference data obtained from the national and international fields about voltage shape and supply continuity are also indicated.

  7. PV plants for Alpine huts: Installation and operating experience at seven ENEL plants

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    Belli, G.; Iliceto, A.; Previ, A.

    1988-01-01

    The problem of supplying electric power to isolated users far from the electricity distribution grid is one of general interest. Such consumers are nowadays generally supplied with electricity produced by small diesel generator-sets, and only recently have photovoltaic arrays and wind-turbines offered an alternative to the internal combustion engine. ENEL, as a State-owned electricity utility, is interested in the development of this particular application of renewable energy sources. Enlarging a low-voltage distribution network to connect consumers whose power requirements are extremely low (about 1000 kWh/year) may, in certain conditions, be uneconomical, both for the utility, which has to absorb most of the expense involved in construction and maintenance, and for the consumer himself. The paper reports the design criteria, the tests and the problems encountered in electrifying seven alpine huts belonging to CAI (Italian Alpine Club)

  8. Valorización de Enel Generación Piura S.A.

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    Graham, Matthew; Quintanilla Pacheco, Mario; Sulca Gómez, Lucio

    2017-01-01

    Enel Generación Piura S.A. tiene como actividad principal la generación de energía eléctrica con un negocio secundario de venta de gas natural. La generación de energía eléctrica es la primera actividad en la cadena de producción y suministro de energía y por su naturaleza pertenece a un mercado competitivo y altamente regulado. En la industria de la generación es fundamental la disponibilidad y continuidad de las fuentes de materia prima, así como las diversas tecnologías que se encuentran e...

  9. Enhanced distribution automation system based on new communications technology at ENEL

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    Comellini, E; Gargiuli, R; Gelli, G; Tonon, R; Mirandola, P

    1992-12-31

    On the basis of extensive research aimed at the assessment of the feasibility of a cost effective two-way telecommunications system, and of the experience gained during the eighties in the field of remote control of the primary distribution network where new digital techniques were introduced, and in the field of metering apparatus, where about 7,000 HV and MV customers were equipped with Ferraris meters associated with electronic devices for the application of multirate tariffs, ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) has designed a new distribution automation system aimed at: remote control of the MV distribution network, and MV and LV customer meter service automation. This report describes the key choices that determined the architecture of the new system and the most important features of its main components, in view of: an improvement of energy usage efficiency, better service to the customers, as well as, increased simplicity and transparency in customer relationships.

  10. Diet of the Tawny Owl Strix aluco in the area of Slovenske gorice (NE Slovenia

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    2017-11-01

    Full Text Available The diet of Tawny Owl Strix aluco was studied in the area of Slovenske gorice - NE Slovenia. The analysis was carried out by examining pellets collected at ten locations in the period from 1984 to 2015. From the pellets, 2,121 prey units were isolated. The predominant prey were mammals (Mammalia, 84.8%, followed by birds (Aves, 8.3%, insects (Insecta, 4.7%, frogs (Anura, 1.6% and earthworms (Oligochaeta, 0.5%. Four orders of mammals were found: rodents (Rodentia, insectivores (Insectivora, bats (Chiroptera and carnivores (Carnivora. The most frequent prey in the owls’ diet were voles (Arvicolinae, 46.6% and mice (Murinae, 28.8%, while the number of shrews (Soricidae was low (4.5%. The obtained results are in concordance with the conclusions of other studies. In the area of Slovenske gorice, the Tawny Owl is an opportunistic predator of small mammals with an emphasis on voles and mice. Prey frequencies differ significantly among some localities. Variability in proportions of prey species among localities can also be the result of sampling carried out in different seasons and variability in the population dynamics of small mammals among years. Challenges for future research are to describe seasonal variability of the diet and to evaluate interspecific competition within the guild of night predators of small mammals: Tawny Owl, Long-eared Owl Asio otus, and Barn Owl Tyto alba, which are sympatric in this area.

  11. Advanced diagnostics and predictive maintenance to improve availability and reliability of ENEL plants

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    Cenci, V.; Ghironi, M.; Guidi, L.; Lauro, M.; Pestonesi, D. [ENEL (Italy). Generation and Energy Management Division

    2007-07-01

    This paper reviews the ENEL Generation and Energy Management strategy for diagnostics and predictive maintenance of power plants and provides a comprehensive description of effective applications and systems. Exploiting the most advanced information and communication technologies makes it possible to capture weak and hidden signals and powerful processing can be used to discover forewarning symptoms and identify anomalies both in the process and, above all, inside the devices. The following systems and applications are presented together with results and impact on plant profitability: expert system for the diagnostics of plant main machinery; advanced diagnostics of 'intelligent' fieldbus devices such as on/off valve motor-driven actuators, control-valve positioners and pneumatic actuators, transmitters; control loop and control valve diagnostics in order to investigate valve friction with an estimation of the residual time to failure; multisensorial diagnostics for coal transport and storage systems aimed at preventing firing and structural damages; and wireless sensor networks for the diagnostics of medium and small size components. 4 refs., 14 figs., 1 tab.

  12. Socio-economic and environmental sustainability estimate of ENEL project for the S. Maria in Brasimone basin area; Valutazione della sostenibilita' socio-economica e ambientale del progetto ENEL per l'area del bacino di S. Maria del Brasimone

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    Padovani, L; Beone, F; Carrabba, P [ENEA, Centro Ricerche Casaccia, Rome (Italy). Dipt. Ambiente; Lorenzelli, E; Cialani, C

    1999-07-01

    During preparatory activities of National Conference on Energy and Environment (CNEA), which took place in Rome in November 1998, the ENEA Biological Diversity Group and ENEL signed an agreement to lead a socio-economic and environmental sustainability analysis of a tourism valorisation project about an ENEL vacant, marginal, fragile or abandoned site. The activities had also the aim to be an effective contribution to individuation of future guidelines on sustainable tourism which the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) will discuss and issue, if possible. This work has the purpose of proposing a territorial dialogue example between many parties, which would start a local development that was sustainable, respecting local traditions. Actions proposed by ENEA are: 1. integration of a project based on environmental valorisation to tourist purpose, adding elements of respect and sustainable use of local biological diversity. 2. Analysis, through a series of medium/long term statistic model, both of the interventions proposed by ENEL and of the possible integrations suggested by ENEA. 3. Collaboration in searching for institutional funds (UE), for the achievement of the demonstrative project on sustainable tourism as regards of local biological diversity. The analysis conducts by ENEA allowed the following conclusions: the cost-benefit analysis, for the period taken into account, highlight as the project could have a positive result only if it is possible to rely on Regional or European funds. The possibility to obtain these types of funds in the fields of tourism is proportional to the consideration given into the project to the environment, to the rural development and the diversification of the income in the rural areas. Moreover, the authors suggests that the ENEL project should be wider, inclusive of more interventions, as i.e. the restoration of old building to turn into agritourism, recreational centres and hotels: the improvement of particular local

  13. Hydroelectric power plants may influence profit of company

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    Regula, E.

    2006-01-01

    In this interview with divisional manager of the Division of control of operation of hydroelectric power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. Mr. Milan Chudy is published. The effectiveness and its optimisation in hydroelectric power plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. are discussed

  14. ENEL's experience in the management of irradiated fuel. Old and new problems encountered by nuclear station operators

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    Ariemma, A.; Cuzzaniti, M.; Zaffiro, B.; Bertini, A.

    1983-01-01

    The experience acquired in recent years in the management of spent fuel discharged from ENEL's reactors has revealed a substantial change in the attitude of nuclear station operators in connection with the end of the fuel cycle downstream from the reactor (back-end). While in the past, after President Carter's outline of US policy in April 1977, the utilities had to face great difficulty in reprocessing their fuel owing to inadequate capacity, today the same problem is regarded as a matter of cost-benefit analysis from an industrial standpoint and of appropriate planning for the utilization of the recovered fissile materials. Since the present technology allows spent fuel storage (dry or underwater) to be planned for rather long periods and plutonium utilization requires a very stringent schedule, the present trend is to ensure medium-term storage of spent fuel and to seek a greater flexibility in the final reprocessing stages so as to render plutonium availability consistent with the programmes for its utilization. As a consequence, the solution to the problems posed by high-activity waste disposal is being delayed, thus allowing an exhaustive and detailed analysis of all the possible solutions to be made. The paper describes a number of solutions to the problems ENEL has encountered in the fuel cycle back-end. (author)

  15. Mochovce Unit 3 and 4 Completion

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    Aquilanti, G.

    2007-01-01

    Purpose of the Feasibility Study was to define in detail all technical, economic, financial, legal and authorization aspects of Mochovce NPP Unit 3 and 4 completion in order to provide Slovenske Elektrarne, a. s. (SE) and ENEL Top Management with all the necessary information for a final decision on Mochovce Unit 3 and 4. Feasibility study has started in January 2006. SE had the commitment to complete the Feasibility Study within 12 months from Closing of SE acquisition (April 2007). In order not to delay completion of Mochovce Unit 3 and 4, SE has decided to perform, in parallel to the Feasibility study, also all design and permitting activities which are required for the completion of Plant. This has involved anticipation of expenses for approximately 700 MSKK (or approx. 20 MEuro). SE was able to announce the positive decision about completion on Mochovce NPP Unit 3 and 4, two months in advance of the deadline.

  16. CEZ considering building a power station in Slovakia

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    Janoska, J.

    2004-01-01

    General Manager of Czech concern CEZ, Martin Roman expecting that his company would probably not succeed in tender for Slovenske elektrarne (SE) shares said for BBC that CEZ was considering the possibility of building a thermal power station in Slovakia that would use Polish coal. He made this statement in a time when an approval by the Slovak cabinet was the only missing step to complete the approval process of contractual documentation related to privatization of SE through Italian Enel. The cabinet only discusses the issue on Wednesday as Slovak Minister of Finance raised objections to its contents. Ivan Miklos asked for guarantees that the state would not be responsible for any future risks resulting from long term contracts concluded by SE

  17. Malakostratigrafie vchodového valu Medvědí jeskyně ve Slovenském ráji

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    Ložek, Vojen

    2012-01-01

    Roč. 2011, podzim (2012), s. 219-222 ISSN 0514-8057 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z30130516 Keywords : Slovenský raj * Medvedia Cave * entrance rampart * Holocene * Mollusca * foam sinter Subject RIV: DB - Geology ; Mineralogy http://www.geology.cz/zpravy/obsah/2011/zpravy_2011-49.pdf

  18. Between Patriotism and Far-Right Extremism: A Case of Youth Activism in Matica slovenská

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    2015-06-01

    Full Text Available This case study discusses a youth branch of Matica slovenská, a pro-Slovak culture organization. It is based on in-depth research of the structure of the organization and it focuses on basic characteristics of functioning of this social movement such as funding, membership base, political orientation, civic engagement, patriotic activities and also the causes of negative media presentation. Presented material pointed to a thin boundary between the perception of positive manifestations of patriotism and at the same time negative (even extremist connotations of such manifestations in Slovak society. This duplicate perception of patriotic activities is reflected not only in polarization of opinion in society but also on the level of political, media and public communication. Thus, the article is a small probe from the scene of youth activism with an ambition to point out to such a diverse perception of patriotic organizations/activities in present-day Slovak society.

  19. Feasibility study of the vectorization of nuclear codes used at the ENEL Thermal and Nuclear Research Centre

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    Di Pasquantonio, F.

    1987-01-01

    The purpose of this report is that of analyzing tha problems connected with the vectorization and/or multitasking of several computer codes utilized in the ENEL-DSR Centro Ricerca Termica e Nucleare. After some general remarks on vector computers the analysis is focused on some topic relating to vectorization and multitasking of programs written for scalar computers. The priority for vectorization and/or multitasking has been given at the following codes: 1) DOT 4.2 (radiation transport and shielding); 2) QUANDRY (accidental and operating transients in LWR cores); 3) MORSE and MCNP (Monte Carlo codes for radiation transport and shielding); 4) RELAP (accidental and operating transients in LWR plants); 5) TRAP-MELT and NAUA (evaluation of source term). The principal results of the study are the following: 1) For the DOT 4.2 code it is convenients to improve the vectorized version DOT IV/C developed by Swanson introducing the parallel S.O.R. iterative method; 2) For the code QUANDRY it is proposed to introduce the three dimensional red-black mesh point ordering named ''diagonal method''; 3) To implements, on the CRAY X/MP 48, the multitasked version of the code MCNP developed by the Los Alamos National Lboratory; 4) To implements, on the CRAY X/MP 12, the vectorized and optimized version of the codes RELAP5/MOD1-MOD2 developed by J.R.C. EUROATOM-Ispra; 5) For the codes TRAP-MELT and NAUA the insertion of the vectorized routines LSODP na LSODPK for dominanting stiff cases

  20. Prospects of renewable energy sources

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    Pargac, K.

    2010-01-01

    Slovenske elektrarne has been dealing with exploitation of hydropower potential during long-term period and conceptually. In this paper parameters of construction of new planned small-scale hydroelectric power plants on the Vah River (Slovakia) are presented.

  1. Certification of support services

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    Hroch, A.; Osusky, V.

    2006-01-01

    In this paper the process of certification of support services in the Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. is described. The nuclear power plants are also included into support services. Provisions and economic aspects of support services are discussed

  2. Future strategy of SE

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    Arcelli, M.

    2006-01-01

    In this presentation author (General Director of Slovenske elektrarne, a. s.) presents structure and investment plans of SE. The feasibility study of construction of the blocks 3 and 4 of the Mochovce NPP is presented

  3. Impact of the structural changes on the nuclear safety

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    Ziakova, M.

    2005-01-01

    In this presentation author deals with impact of the structural changes (privatization of the Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s.) and new Atomic law (541/2004 Coll. Laws) on the nuclear safety in the Slovak Republic.

  4. Environment report 1999

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    2000-01-01

    A brief account of activities in environment protection carried out by the Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s. in 1999 is presented. These activities are reported under the headings: (1) Address; (2) Electricity generation and consumption in the Slovak Republic; (3) Air protection; (4) Water management; (5) Waste management; (6) Environmental management system at Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s.; (7) Environmental protection funds; (8) Structure of SE, a.s., power installations

  5. Sale of electricity to households

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    Anon

    2011-01-01

    The Company Slovenske elektrarne (SE) Predaj has after two years of presence in the market expanded their business activities to the households segment. The first customers can be particularly employees of Slovenske elektrarne. This chance will be provided to them starting from 1 October of this year. 'The electricity supplies for households will only be supplementary segment of sales at SE Predaj Company. We will still focus mainly at businesses with higher consumption,' says director of the Company Mr. Stanislav Reguli. (author)

  6. Socio-economic and environmental sustainability estimate of ENEL project for the S. Maria in Brasimone basin area; Valutazione della sostenibilita' socio-economica e ambientale del progetto ENEL per l'area del bacino di S. Maria del Brasimone

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    Padovani, L; Beone, F.; Carrabba, P. [ENEA, Centro Ricerche Casaccia, Rome (Italy). Dipt. Ambiente; Lorenzelli, E.; Cialani, C.

    1999-07-01

    During preparatory activities of National Conference on Energy and Environment (CNEA), which took place in Rome in November 1998, the ENEA Biological Diversity Group and ENEL signed an agreement to lead a socio-economic and environmental sustainability analysis of a tourism valorisation project about an ENEL vacant, marginal, fragile or abandoned site. The activities had also the aim to be an effective contribution to individuation of future guidelines on sustainable tourism which the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) will discuss and issue, if possible. This work has the purpose of proposing a territorial dialogue example between many parties, which would start a local development that was sustainable, respecting local traditions. Actions proposed by ENEA are: 1. integration of a project based on environmental valorisation to tourist purpose, adding elements of respect and sustainable use of local biological diversity. 2. Analysis, through a series of medium/long term statistic model, both of the interventions proposed by ENEL and of the possible integrations suggested by ENEA. 3. Collaboration in searching for institutional funds (UE), for the achievement of the demonstrative project on sustainable tourism as regards of local biological diversity. The analysis conducts by ENEA allowed the following conclusions: the cost-benefit analysis, for the period taken into account, highlight as the project could have a positive result only if it is possible to rely on Regional or European funds. The possibility to obtain these types of funds in the fields of tourism is proportional to the consideration given into the project to the environment, to the rural development and the diversification of the income in the rural areas. Moreover, the authors suggests that the ENEL project should be wider, inclusive of more interventions, as i.e. the restoration of old building to turn into agritourism, recreational centres and hotels: the improvement of particular local

  7. Design and build of fieldbus-based control systems for ENEL thermoelectric plants; Sistemi di controllo con bus di campo. Applicazioni in impianti termoelettrici

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    Mazzola, G [Automazione e Robotica, Cesi (Italy); Prandoni, W [Business Unit Processi per la Generazione, Milan (Italy)

    2000-06-01

    The intention to start first plant-wide control applications based on fieldbus in ENEL (Electric Power Production Company) combined cycle plants demands to define appropriate requirements for design, planning, implementation, technical management and maintenance of control systems. One of the first needs is to express, in the bid specifications for Dc san other plant components, those requirements necessary on one side to guarantee the same levels of performance and reliability of traditional systems, and on the other side to ensure the improvement of the operations of installation and commissioning and of management of normal and abnormal plant behaviour, which are among the main benefits expected from this new technology. The definition of such requirements appears to be complex due to the variety and lack of a homogenous approach of the different market solutions, and also because a real experience of systems of considerable size is still missing. The memory introduces the results and problems met in the requirement specification phase, and the activity of definition of a pilot control system for demineralized water production of Fusina power plant. [Italian] In vista delle prime applicazioni negli impianti ENEL a ciclo combinato della tecnologia a bus di campo si presenta la necessita' di esprimere, nelle specifiche di acquisizione del Dcs e dei componenti, i requisiti necessari da un lato a garantire i medesimi livelli di prestazione e sicurezza dei sistemi tradizionali, dall'altro ad assicurare il miglioramento delle operazioni di installazione e delle strategie di conduzione e manutenzione dell'impianto, che sono come i ritorni piu' promettenti di questa nuova tecnologia. L'articolo presenta le principali problematiche emerse e l'attivita' di definizione di un'esperienza pilota su un impianto in esercizio nella centrale termoelettrica di Fusina.

  8. Design and build of fieldbus-based control systems for ENEL thermoelectric plants; Sistemi di controllo con bus di campo. Applicazioni in impianti termoelettrici

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    Mazzola, G. [Automazione e Robotica, Cesi (Italy); Prandoni, W. [Business Unit Processi per la Generazione, Milan (Italy)

    2000-06-01

    The intention to start first plant-wide control applications based on fieldbus in ENEL (Electric Power Production Company) combined cycle plants demands to define appropriate requirements for design, planning, implementation, technical management and maintenance of control systems. One of the first needs is to express, in the bid specifications for Dc san other plant components, those requirements necessary on one side to guarantee the same levels of performance and reliability of traditional systems, and on the other side to ensure the improvement of the operations of installation and commissioning and of management of normal and abnormal plant behaviour, which are among the main benefits expected from this new technology. The definition of such requirements appears to be complex due to the variety and lack of a homogenous approach of the different market solutions, and also because a real experience of systems of considerable size is still missing. The memory introduces the results and problems met in the requirement specification phase, and the activity of definition of a pilot control system for demineralized water production of Fusina power plant. [Italian] In vista delle prime applicazioni negli impianti ENEL a ciclo combinato della tecnologia a bus di campo si presenta la necessita' di esprimere, nelle specifiche di acquisizione del Dcs e dei componenti, i requisiti necessari da un lato a garantire i medesimi livelli di prestazione e sicurezza dei sistemi tradizionali, dall'altro ad assicurare il miglioramento delle operazioni di installazione e delle strategie di conduzione e manutenzione dell'impianto, che sono come i ritorni piu' promettenti di questa nuova tecnologia. L'articolo presenta le principali problematiche emerse e l'attivita' di definizione di un'esperienza pilota su un impianto in esercizio nella centrale termoelettrica di Fusina.

  9. VUEZ. Annual report 2007

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    2008-01-01

    A brief account of activities carried out by the Vyskumny ustav energetickych zariadeni, a.s. (VUEZ) in 2008 is presented. These activities are reported under the headings: (1) Introductory address by the Chairman of the Board of Directors; (2) Company profile; (3) Portfolio of products and service 2007; (4) Quality management system; (5) Organisational Structure; (6) Human resources; (7) Financial statements and auditor's report; (8) Basic and contact data; (9) Contact data. The year 2007 was arduous and, with regard to contracts and projects performed and related profits, also successful for VUEZ, a.s. On the domestic market, our principal customers have bee companies such as Slovenske elektrarne - Enel, Bratislava, in its locations of Jaslovske Bohunice and Mochovce, Jadrova vyradovacia spolocnost, Jaslovske Bohunice, and Vodohospodarska vystavba, Bratislava. Equally important customers for our company have been operators of foreign nuclear power plants, namely CEZ, a.s. (Czech Republic) and the Paks NPP (Hungary). In the course of 2007, negotiations and offer proceedings were initiated with WWER nuclear power plants in Ukraine and Russia

  10. Information letter 2. Information about operation of plants SE-NPP Bohunice and SE-VYZ during February 2005

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    2005-03-01

    In this leaflet results of exploitation of four units of the Bohunice V-1 and V-2 NPPs are presented. The electricity and heat production in February 2005 are reviewed. Within a February 2005 the electricity was produced: 217 GWh (block 1), 281 GWh (block 2), 277 GWh (block 3), 282 GWh (block 4), totally 1057 GWh, and 2271 GWh within a January - February 2005. The heat production in February 2005 was 266 506 GJ, and within a January - February 2005 it was produced 531 849 GJ of heat. On February 17 Slovak minister of economy Pavol Rusko and general director of ENEL Paolo Scaroni signed the agreement on acquisition of 66 per cent of Slovenske elektrarne (SE) by Italian ENEL for 840 million Eur. SE has capacity of around 7 GW (83 per cent of total Slovakian capacity). In 2004 SE generated 26 TWh of electricity. Processing and storage of radioactive wastes in Decommissioning of Nuclear Installations and Spent Fuel and Rad-waste Management (SE-VYZ) is presented. Since beginning of this year 58 fibre-concrete containers have been filled up in Bohunice processing centre of radioactive wastes. Twenty-three pieces of fibre-concrete containers were processed into fibre-concrete containers in Bohunice processing centre of radioactive wastes (BSC RAO) in February 2005. Twenty fibre-concrete containers were stored into Republic storage of radioactive wastes (RU RAO). Total number in RU RAO reached 830 pieces of fibre-concrete containers, which represent 11.53 per cent of storage capacity (7200 containers). Bohunice processing centre of radioactive wastes was put into active operation just before five years

  11. Environmental report 2005

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    Ruzzini, P.

    2006-01-01

    This is the tenth Environmental Report we have been regularly issuing annually since 1996 in order to give you information about our efforts and activities taken in the environmental protection area and, at the same time, to keep the mutual dialogue on a standard high level. The year 2005 was not easy for Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. Our company was subject to complicated internal changes to implement as effective company management model as possible. We strove, above all, to enhance the process management system that had already been developed previously. It is true that we also had to resolve personnel matters when looking for an effective power engineering company management model and we had to part from many of our colleagues during that stage. The second priority task we faced was to make preparations for the takeover of our company by the Italian company ENEL, S.p.A., and to complete the privatization process covering 66 % of Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., stock. It was especially the second half of 2005 that brought very intensive mutual discussions and working negotiations held on all management levels. The third, but not less significant, task consisted in detaching the assets which would not be covered by the privatization, namely to detach the Set of Gabcikovo Hydro Power Plants, to detach the VYZ - Decommissioning of Nuclear Installations, Radioactive Treatment and Spent Fuel Management Plant and the EBO V-1 Plant. Despite relatively complicated conditions and the opened and liberalized market in the Slovak Republic, our company produced 26,470,901 MWh of electricity whereby the target was met to 115.00 %. Our company kept the stability of the electric power supply system of the Slovak Republic, despite a complicated situation in the area of electric power supplies in Europe. We can really state that we produced in a safe, reliable, ecological and economical manner. The reliable operations of nuclear power plants in Jaslovske Bohunice and Mochovce where 17

  12. Unified electricity market

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    Anon

    2011-01-01

    A unified European electricity market means a unification and harmonisation of functioning of the national electricity market into one European Market or into one entity. It gives an opportunity to Slovenske elektrarne to open room for their wider activity within Europe where common rules for cross-boarder trade and markets functioning will apply. (author)

  13. Extraordinary results

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    Cicova, V.

    2012-01-01

    For the first time in the history, Slovenske elektrarne became the first winner in a new category Business and Biodiversity in the competition of European companies aimed at the environment protection. Excellent results were achieved by a long-term co-operation with the Tatras National Park, in particular in saving the endangered animals.

  14. Worldwide WANO biennial in India

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    Vrubelova, A.

    2010-01-01

    At the turn of January and February 2010, there was an annual general conference of the World Association of Nuclear Operators - WANO held in Delhi, India. One of the representatives, participating on behalf of Slovenske elektrarne, was also Mr. Robert Guns, a former Director of Bohunice Nuclear Power Plant. After his return from India, he was approached by Anna Vrubelova. (author)

  15. Recent and Future of R and D Activities in SE, a.s

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    Hanzel, A.

    2010-01-01

    In this lecture Mr Hanzel presents recent and future of research and development (R and D) activities in Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s. (SE, a.s.). Financing of R and D activities in SE, a.s. and CEZ, a.s. are compared with with programmes supported by U.S. Department of Energy.

  16. Training organisation

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    Andrlova, Z.

    2012-01-01

    Slovenske elektrarne considers a specific training and education of experienced experts to be a key issue. The company gradually undergoes quite demanding change in the field of education and training of the nuclear power plants staff. We have an ambitious vision - to create one of the best training organisations in Europe by the means of systematic approach to the training. (author)

  17. We maintain a strong market position

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    Blahutova, Z.

    2010-01-01

    Increasing efficiency, continuous improvement, ambitious investment plans. How we (Slovenske elektrarne) succeeded in overcoming crisis impacts and achieved excellent results, about the necessity to increase the company's safety culture - these issues were discussed at the Goal Setting Meeting 2010. The introductory meeting was held on 9 March 2010 in Bratislava. (author)

  18. Records on the water

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    Regula, E.

    2003-01-01

    In this paper the electric power generation in hydro-power plants in the Slovak Republic during 2002 is reviewed. Year 2002 was rich on precipitation and the Hydro Power Plants (plants of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s.) has reached record in generation of electric power when altogether the Water Power Plants produced 5,168.5 GWh. (author)

  19. The company's management puts priority on safety

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    Tomek, J.

    2006-01-01

    On 29-30 June, 2006, the training for workers of the Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. was organized to explain the most important management safety aspects on leadership awareness (Nuclear Leadership Awareness Course). The course was held at the regional consultation center in Jaslovske Bohunice. (author)

  20. Contribution of Mochovce Units completion

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    Burdova, J.

    2013-01-01

    In spite of the on-going economic crisis in Europe, Slovakia is still showing economic growth. Slovenske elektrarne belong to the key companies within the Slovak economy. Not only because of its position in the electricity market, basis for the operation of companies and homes, but also because of its influence on the social and economic development of the country. (author)

  1. Nuclear and radiation safety policy

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    Mikus, T; Strycek, E.

    1998-01-01

    Slovenske elektrarne (SE) is a producer of electricity and heat, including from nuclear fuel source. The board of SE is ultimately responsible for nuclear and radiation safety matters. In this leaflet main principles of maintaining nuclear and radiation safety of the Company SE are explained

  2. Financial groups charmed by energy sector

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    Haluza, I.; Marcan, P.

    2006-01-01

    The Slovak power industry is no longer the domain of big state-controlled and international companies. Local financial groups that grew up on equity deals, revitalisation of industry, real estate and receivables business have developed an interest in the field as well. They are contemplating the possibility of investing a part of their gains into energy sources. They can see the gap that the closure of the V1 power plant in Jaslovske Bohunice will create in Slovakian's power capacity. Although the new owner of Slovenske elektrarne, Italian Enel, will attend to filling the gap, local market players also sense an opportunity. Apart from the closure of V1 there is also rising energy demand driven by growing industry and growing energy prices. What is more, the state supports renewable energy sources like wind and biomass though subsidies, tax allowances or higher purchase prices. According to standard economic formulas at least, increased competition should exert pressure on prices. However, renewable energy sources are more expensive then traditional ones and new gas or coal driven power plants will certainly not push prices down. The electricity produced by power plants in Jaslovske Bohunice, which is to be closed, is the cheapest we have. So nobody dares to predict with 100-percent certainty what energy prices will look like in two years. Investment director of private equity group Penta, Vladimir Brodnan, says that new investors are not entering the energy business because of guaranteed profit. Utility regulator URSO only sets fixed prices for distribution companies but, on the other hand, the draft amendment to the regulation act indicates that the government would like to change this status. In future the powers of the regulator should also cover the prices of electricity as a commodity. In addition, the possibility of the regulator being able to interfere with the liberalised market concerns investors. (authors)

  3. The last season of cheap electricity

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    Marcan, P.; Mucka, F.

    2007-01-01

    The former 'Mr. SuperCEZ', as the Czech media often used to call Jaroslav Mil, claims he is not a nuclear fundamentalist. But in his opinion without the use of nuclear energy, Europe must expect an increase in the electricity price. The experience of the former director of CEZ caught the attention of the Italian directors of Enel and so he is now a member of the Board of Directors of Slovenske elektrarne. He criticises EU measures that do not offer a solution for either the energy sector or environment protection but make investments in the replacement of decommissioned European power stations uncertain. He says he is not an uncritical advocate of nuclear power, but in his opinion we do not have much choice. Energy consumption is growing fast and resources are being depleted. And if Europe does not want to become dependent on Russia there is no other option. Unless we want Putin's vision to come true: coal and nuclear resources will be kept by Russia for internal use and gas is for export. In the opinion of J. Mil, politicians are often populists and are only doing their jobs. They think in terms of 4-year election periods and then only in the better cases. He recalls that in 2000 politicians seriously considered the possibility of closing down the Temelin nuclear power station in the Czech Republic. As long as there is electricity in the sockets and the bulbs are glowing there is no crisis. The crisis will come when there is no electricity. He stresses that there will always be electricity but for a different price. He mentioned emission permits as an example of the attitude politicians have. This is a useless measure that only supports big business available to a narrow circle which does not help the environment at all. The Kyoto protocol without China, Brazil, India and the USA is a nightmare and does not solve anything in his opinion. (authors)

  4. Living near a nuclear power station

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    Marcan, P.; Slovak, K.

    2007-01-01

    The need to expand nuclear power and its advantages are discussed publicly nearly each week. According to politicians and the nuclear lobby investing tens of billions Sk at Mochovce will bring Slovakia the often cited 'independence and energy self-sufficiency'. It will also mean profit for Slovenske elektrarne and the company's shareholders - the state and Italian company, Enel. In addition to the lively discussion on the pros and cons of nuclear energy, TREND was also interested in the living conditions around the concrete and strictly guarded, potentially dangerous plants and in the opinion of the people most affected by Mochovce and Jaslovske Bohunice on expansion of the existing and the building of new nuclear power plants. The construction of nuclear powers stations in these regions was not only about new jobs. The state 'prescribed' iodine pills and did not allow any construction in the region and, in the case of Mochovce, ordered the complete demolition of a village. The only thing that remained from Mochovce village was the church. 'And when it was found that the power plant would not reach it, it was even given a new roof. Former inhabitants, especially the older ones that had problems accepting the evacuation, used to visit it often,' explained Jan Foldy, the head of the local municipality in Kalna nad Hronom. After many years, life in the neighbouring villages is not bad. Their budgets are overflowing and so they can afford to spoil their inhabitants with free cable TV and high standard sport facilities, which should partly compensate for the fact that the people are living so close to a nuclear facility. (authors)

  5. Elukoha registreerimine pole sissekirjutus / Enel Pungas

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    Pungas, Enel

    2004-01-01

    Ilmunud ka: Põhjarannik, 12. okt. 2004, lk. 2; Severnoje Poberezhje, 12. okt. 2004, lk. 2. Autori väitel on plaanitav kohustuslik elukoha registreerimine euroopaliku süsteemi kehtestamine ning riik vajab statistikat, et kavandada regionaalset arengut, planeerida eelarvet.

  6. Inimene - infokandja ametnike vahel? / Enel Pungas

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    Pungas, Enel

    2005-01-01

    Euroopa Liidu struktuurifondide toel siseministeeriumis teostatavatest projektidest "Rahvastikuregistri tarkvara täiendamine" ja "Pereregistri arendamine". Lisatud statistiline tabel 2004. a. Eestis registreeritud perekonnasündmuste kohta maakondade kaupa

  7. Power plants Novaky wishes a new block

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    Janoska, J.; Beer, G.

    2004-01-01

    In 2007 two undesulphurized blocks - the 3 rd and 4 th of Novaky Power plant (ENO) in Zemianske Kostolany can no longer burn a domestic brown coal. It means the stopping of around a half of production of the biggest Slovak miner - Hornonitrianske bane Prievidza, a.s. (HBP). HBP together with Swiss partner Advanced Power began the project of their own power plant several years ago. This project is halted because of high capital expenses, but the mining engineers see also the other way - project of construction of new source with capacity 125 MW instead of ENO 3 and 4 in patronage of Slovenske elektrarne (SE). However Slovenske elektrarne is in process of privatisation and there is a question how will the investor accede to several millions Slovak crowns project. This issue deals with project of new power plant and with related possibilities of the next mining of brown coal in the region of Horna Nitra

  8. Slovak Electric, plc, Environment report 1998

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    1999-01-01

    A brief account of activities in environment protection carried out by the Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s. in 1998 is presented. These activities are reported under the headings: (1) The address of general director; (2) Conception of environmental protection in joint stock company SE, a.s.; (3) Air protection; (4) Water management; (5) Waste management; (6) Environmental management system in joint stock company Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s.; (7) Finances spent to protection and setting of environment; (8) Vojany power plant(SE-EVO); (9) Novaky power plant (SE-ENO); (10) Kosice power plant (SE-TEKO); (11) Trencin water power stations (SE-VET); (12) Dobsina water power stations (SE-VED); (13) Bohunice nuclear power plant (SE-EBO); (14) Mochovce nuclear power plant (SE-EMO); (15) Bratislava transmission system plant (SE-PS); (16) Bohunice radioactive waste treatment and conditioning centre

  9. Termination of exploitation of V 1 NPP - BIDSF projects

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    Pnackova, L.

    2004-01-01

    In this paper the interview with engineer Peter Hlbocky, director of division of the Project of decommissioning of V 1 Nuclear Power Plant in Jaslovske Bohunice is presented. Project Manager Unit (PMU) was formed on the basis of directive of the General Director of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. The Director of the Division of decommissioning of the V 1 NPP and at the same time the Main manager of the PMU is engineer Peter Hlbocky. On this project participate 19 employees of the Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. (SE), 6 abroad employees of the consortium IBERINCO, 15 employees of the VUEZ and 25 abroad employees on the detached place of work in the Spain and France

  10. We won a National award

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    Meciarova, A.; Cicova, V.

    2011-01-01

    On the occasion of the 43 rd conference for water management in the industry results of the 3 rd competition were announced for the National Business Award for Environment in the Slovak Republic 2011 organized by the Association of Industrial Ecology in Slovakia (ASPEK). The first prize in the category 'product; went to the hands of Slovenske elektrarne representatives for providing the energy self-sufficiency of Tery Chalet, High Tatras, all year round with installing photovoltaic system. 'We have a complex programme of five energies through which we support culture, sports, humanity, education and environmental protection. Hence we try to support constant sustainability of biodiversity,' underlined Alena Meciarova, Manager of Environment at Slovenske elektrarne. (author)

  11. Transport of radioactive wastes

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    Stuller, C.

    2003-01-01

    In this article author describes the system of transport and processing of radioactive wastes from nuclear power of Slovenske elektrarne, plc. It is realized the assurance of transport of liquid and solid radioactive wastes to processing links from places of their formation, or of preliminary storage and consistent transports of treated radioactive wastes fixed in cement matrix of fibre-concrete container into Rebublic storage of radioactive wastes in Mochovce

  12. Know-how of experts of the VYZ impressed of Japan experts

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    Koever, M.

    2003-01-01

    In this paper author give a short review of the course for radiation safety and radioactive waste processing which was organised in the frame of the Program for international co-operation in the scope of management in nuclear energetics. This course proceeds as early as five years and it is covered by Japan Electric Power Information Center, Inc. (JEPIC). Author there has presented know-how of the Bohunice Radioactive Waste Processing Center (VYZ, Slovenske elektrarne, a.s.)

  13. Our Energy For The Country Project Started Our Via Bona

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    Anon

    2014-01-01

    Slovenske Elektrarne received the main Via Bona award for its complex and extraordinary approach to responsible business. Non-profit fund Pontis has been granting this award since 1998 to companies voluntarily contributing to the mitigation of negative trends and the improvement of positive business aspects beyond legislative requirements. We won with our Energy for the Country programme. The award was given to Paolo Ruzzini, SE CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors by Andrej Kiska, the new Slovak President.

  14. The Role of Nuclear Power in Slovak Republic; Safety Upgrading Program for WWER Reactors

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    Toth, A.

    1998-01-01

    Implementation of Slovenske elektrarne Production Base Development Program, where all these safety upgrading projects of nuclear power sources at Slovak Republic are included will ensure first of all safety of nuclear power sources on internationally acceptable level, operational reliability of nuclear power units, balanced consumption and production of electric energy in Slovakia and decrease of long term ecological impact in according with international commitments of Slovakia

  15. Chapter 3. The economical power of the company

    International Nuclear Information System (INIS)

    1998-01-01

    In the third chapter of this CD ROM the economic power of the Slovak Electric, Plc. (Slovenske elektrarne, a.s.), is presented. It consist of next paragraphs (1) Property of Slovak Electric, Plc, the company; (2) Position of the Company; (3) Business performance of the Company (Economic results, Installed capacity, Generation of electricity and heat; Electricity trade, Distribution of electricity and heat trade are reviewed); (4) Shareholdings in other companies and international co-operation

  16. American specialists and SAP project

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    Andrlova, Z.

    2008-01-01

    Within the past days of November the project teams of SAP Nuclear in Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. incorporated the specialists from PSEG from New Jersey, U.S.A. The goal of their stay here was to pass on the professional experience and good practice from the implementation of quite demanding project in the nuclear power plants. We have learned more about the company and the objectives from an interview with Clay Warren, SAP Nuclear Project Manager in SE. (author)

  17. Five question to... Stanislav Reguli, chairman of the board of directors and general director of the GovCo, joint-stock association

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    Stuller, P.

    2006-01-01

    In this paper the interview with the MR. Stanislav Reguli, chairman of the board of directors and general director of the GovCo, joint-stock association is published. The state company GovCo, a.s. was originated on April 1, 2006. Process of severance of property from the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., personnel management of new company as well as organisation of property management are presented

  18. The confirmation audit in Mochovce nuclear power plant

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    Andlova, Z.

    2004-01-01

    Mochovce NPP, as the first plant of the Slovenske elektrarne, a. s., has obtained certificate for the environmental management system (EMS) in September 2002, which was established according to the standard STN ISO 14 001:1996. The Audit EMS was executed by the Det Norske Veritas. Mochovce NPP has obtained the EMS Certificate after compliance of process requests and it is valid for three years. After expire of this period the certification process must be repeated. (author)

  19. Part I. Remembering No. 2 (Ladislav Loerinc). EMO joint venture, joint-stock company - really completely useless organ?

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    Blaha, M.

    2008-01-01

    In this chapter author reviewed the story of the EMO joint venture, joint-stock company, between Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. and EdF. EMO joint venture, joint-stock company, was established to complete the Mochovce nuclear power plant. EMO joint venture, joint-stock company was closed after one year of work. History of EMO joint venture, joint-stock company, was described by its former general manager Mr. Ladislav Loerinc.

  20. Chapter 1. The structure of the company

    International Nuclear Information System (INIS)

    1998-01-01

    In the first chapter of this CD ROM the structure of the Slovak Electric, Plc. (Slovenske elektrarne, a.s.) in 1998 is presented. It consist of next paragraphs (1) The history (The origin of the SE, Plc.; Main events of 1995; Main events of 1996; Main events of 1997); (2) The bodies of SE, Plc. (General Meeting of Shareholders; Supervisory Board; Board of Directors); (3) Organizational structure of the the Company (The Headquarters of SE, Plc.; SE, Plc, Transmission System)

  1. Tracking environmental costs

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    Blahutova, Z.

    2011-01-01

    Tracking Environmental Costs and Investments in SAP will provide us with a managerial tool that will help us understand better the magnitude of the financial resources we are dedicating to environmental protection activities and investments. Environmental Cost Accounting is a new project in Slovenske Elektrarne that will be particularly valuable for the Company's environmental management initiatives, such as waste monitoring, cleaner production, eco-design and environmental management systems; its launch is expected in September. (author)

  2. Slovenský zakladatel ČSR

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    Hájková, Dagmara

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 30, 30. 9. (2017), s. 30 ISSN 0862-5921 Grant - others:AV ČR(CZ) StrategieAV21/12 Program:StrategieAV Institutional support: RVO:67985921 Keywords : Milan Rastislav Štefánik Subject RIV: AB - History

  3. Evaluation of the problems associated with ENEL's irradiated fuel management

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    Sani, L.; Belelli, U.

    1978-01-01

    The present difficulties in the reprocessing field, wich will continue for a period of time not easily definable, impose on the nuclear utilities the research of adequate solutions to solve the problem associated with storage of the fuels discharged by the nuclear power stations in operation. In this context, the paper examines the technical aspects of the various possible alternatives and on the basis of the Italian nuclear program, possible storage strategies are discussed in the assumption of the development of an adequate oxide-fuel reprocessing capacity. The problems related to storage in pools at the station or away from reactor are described in the light of the recent experience made in Italy with the adaptation of an old pool reactor out of service, that is, the Avogadro reactor in Saluggia, to store the fuels of the stations now in operation. Finally some economic aspects are considered in order to ascertain their impact on the cost of energy produced. (author)

  4. VUEZ. Annual report 2006

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    2007-01-01

    A brief account of activities carried out by the Vyskumny ustav energetickych zariadeni, a.s. (VUEZ) in 2006 is presented. These activities are reported under the headings: (1) Introductory address by the Chairman of the Board of Directors; (2) Company profile; (3) Organisational structure; (4) Portfolio of products and services in 2006; (5) Quality management system; (6) Human resources; (7) Financial statements and auditor's report; (8) Auditor's certificate; (9) Basic and contact data. The year 2006 was a year of changes in the Slovak energy sector what, in a certain degree, became evident also in the related sphere of supplies. In the course of the year, Slovenske elektrarne a.s. Company was divided into two entities and its proprietary structure was changed. At the same time, the number of capital investment projects was reduced and the related procedure of procurement was changed. VUEZ, as a supplier to the energy sector, had to promptly respond to the changes. That was why in the first half of 2006, the organisational structure of VUEZ was modified. In the course of the year, also the structure of customers on the domestic market was partly changed. To stable partners such as Slovenske elektrarne (and its successors after the company splitting), another important partner was added - Vodohospodarska vystavba s.p. Bratislava. As to Slovenske elektrarne, our supplies were oriented mainly on nuclear reactor units in the Jaslovske Bohunice and Mochovce NPPs. At the end of the year, a joint convention was agreed and concluded on application of the results of the joint research at third parties. In the preparation for the decommissioning of the Jaslovske Bohunice V1 NPP, VUEZ continued its participation in on-going projects of an international consortium of companies. Similarly important were the customers such as CEZ a.s., Czech Republic (in particular its Dukovany NPP), and the Paks NPP (Hungary)

  5. Jevgenij V. Doc: We do not want to build a monument at Mochovce

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    Janoska, J.

    2004-01-01

    In this paper the interview with the General Manager of Inter RAO JES - Jevgenij V. Doc is published. Inter RAO JES applies for the privatisation of Slovenske elektrarne (Slovak Electric - SE). According to the General Manager of Inter RAO JES, the company does not need a foreign partner to provide financial support after the privatisation of SE, but rather it requires a political support. Plans about Bohunice NPP and of completion of the Mochovce NPP as well as of privatisation of the SE by the Inter RAO JES are presented

  6. The biggest investment in the history of Slovakia

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    Anon

    2009-01-01

    On 11 June 2009 the General Director and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Slovenske elektrarne Paolo Ruzzini and the Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic Robert Fico announced the signature of contracts with the main suppliers for the completion of units 3 and 4 of Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant. Planned investment of Eur 2.775 billion by 2013 for the Mochovce completion is an important commitment for us and especially in this time, such investment can mitigate the impact of global slowdown in economic growth which impacts Slovakia but also other economies of the world. (author)

  7. The Slovaks support completion of MO34

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    Holy, R.

    2007-01-01

    This year (2007) in March a reputable international agency GfK conducted a poll, which was focused primarily on the questions relating to the presence and future of nuclear energy sector in Slovakia as well as brand awareness of Slovenske elektrarne. It results from the poll that 2/3 of Slovak population is not against the completion of Units 3 and 4 of Mochovce NPP (EMO34), and this relates to as much as 87 % of the asked in the region within a 10 km distance from EMO! (author)

  8. Chapter 5. The strategic plans of the Company

    International Nuclear Information System (INIS)

    1998-01-01

    In the fifth chapter of this CD ROM the strategic plans of the Slovak Electric, Plc. (Slovenske elektrarne, a.s.), are presented. It consist of next paragraphs (1) The programme of strategic changes (Declaration of the programme; The need for change; Major tasks; The management structure; Interconnections between the PSC target areas; The PSC projects); (2) The development of the Company (The major objectives of the Company; The energy plan of Slovakia; Analysis of development Alternatives; Results of the analysis; Economic comparison of the alternatives; Development of generation, The information system; Strategic goals and legislation). (3) The quality control system

  9. Restructuring of SE, Plc - from a functionally managed company to a process managed commercial-production company

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    Ravasz, V.

    2004-01-01

    The purpose of this presentation is to inform the participants about present changes currently occurred within Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. (SE, Plc). Changes are related to the liberalisation of the electricity market and expected accession of Slovakia to EU. To support its competitiveness, the SE, Plc became a customer-oriented company, prepared to the access of strategic investor. The paper includes the basic information about centralisation and project of Restructuring of SE, Plc., which has started in December 2003. The aim of Restructuring is the change from functionally managed company to a process managed commercial-production company

  10. Centralisation of informatics (more effective processes via using new technologies)

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    Cocher, L.

    2004-01-01

    In this presentation author deals with next problems of Slovenske elektrarne, Plc (SE): - Centralisation and optimisation of informatics management; - New technologies within Integrated Informatics System IIS-SE: presentation of preliminary Project of 2 nd generation IIS-SE; - Centralisation of the selected data processing. At the present the intensive process of restructuring is taking place in SE, Plc, focused on increasing of the effectiveness of the pursued activities. In connection with this the Informatics section solves two projects: More effective self-management and human resources; Change of Informatics system architecture from decentralised to the centralised ones with an aim to consolidate all information and to make new conditions for higher mobility

  11. Chapter 5. The strategic plans of the Company

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    1997-01-01

    In the fifth chapter of this CD ROM the strategic plans of the Slovak Electric, Plc. (Slovenske elektrarne, a.s.), are presented. It consist of next paragraphs (1) The programme of strategic changes (Declaration of the programme; The need for change; Major tasks; The management structure; Interconnections between the PSC target areas; The PSC projects); (2) The development of the Company (The major objectives of the Company; The energy plan of Slovakia; Analysis of development Alternatives; Results of the analysis; Economic comparison of the alternatives; Development of generation, The information system; Strategic goals and legislation). (3) The quality control system

  12. Human factor reliability program

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    Knoblochova, L.

    2017-01-01

    The human factor's reliability program was at Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. (SE) nuclear power plants. introduced as one of the components Initiatives of Excellent Performance in 2011. The initiative's goal was to increase the reliability of both people and facilities, in response to 3 major areas of improvement - Need for improvement of the results, Troubleshooting support, Supporting the achievement of the company's goals. The human agent's reliability program is in practice included: - Tools to prevent human error; - Managerial observation and coaching; - Human factor analysis; -Quick information about the event with a human agent; -Human reliability timeline and performance indicators; - Basic, periodic and extraordinary training in human factor reliability(authors)

  13. 2007 - The Year of Turn?

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    Hroch, A.

    2008-01-01

    The year 2007 was the fi rst one after the privatisation of Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s. (SE). It was the first year after the shutdown of V1 Unit 1. It was a year of big challenges, which got into budget (BDG), however, not everything happened as scheduled, so SE production (including V1 and HPPG) resulted in net supply amounting to 21,242.4 GWh, which means 99.35 % plan performance with year-to-year index 0.90. (author)

  14. Slovak Power Plants, Annual Report 2000

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    2001-01-01

    A brief report of activities carried out by the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., in 2000 is presented. These activities are reported under the headings: Address by the Chairman of the board of directors; Major events; Board of directors; Supervisory board; Business strategy and development programme; Organisational structure; Equity investments in other companies; Basic data on generation units; Management and operation of the Slovak Republic's power systems; Transmission system of the Slovak Republic; Electricity sales; Heat sales; Safety at work and health protection and fire protection; Customer services; Investment programme; Research and development; Environmental protection; Nuclear safety; International co-operation; Human resources; Information systems; Telecommunications; Auditor report; Balance sheet

  15. Peta obletnica prve slovenske revije za izobrazevanje odraslih

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    Ana Kranjc

    2000-12-01

    Full Text Available RevijaAndragoška spoznanja, prva slovenska revija za izobraževanje odraslih, praznuje peto obletnico izhajanja. Člani uredniškega odbora se skupaj z avtorji in bralci veselimo tega jubileja. Pred očmi imamo začetna prizadevanja, da je revija sploh nastala, in nato prizadevanja za njen obstoj, pri pridobivanju novih sodelavcev, širjenju kroga bralcev in zagotavljanju materialnih sredstev, pri čemer ne smemo pozabiti tudi na občasne težave. Večina truda pa je bila posvečena temu, da bi revija opravljala svoje osnovno poslanstvo.

  16. Recent history of Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant

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    Holy, R.

    1999-01-01

    Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant has been an open project involving a wide international co-operation of numerous organisations of countries stretching from the Atlantic coast up to the Urals that make it a truly European project. The units at Mochovce are the later V-213 type of Soviet-designed WWER-440 reactors. They therefore incorporate a number of improvements over the earlier V-230 type. There are four units at Mochovce site: unit 1 has been in operation since summer 1998, unit 2 is currently in the stage of commissioning tests and scheduled for operation by the end of this year, and unit 3 and 4 are still waiting for the final governmental decision about their completion, currently 40% and 30% completed respectively. Beginning in 1981, the construction works were stopped in early 90's due to the decision on replacement of the original I and C system, as well as lack of funding afterwards. Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. have been working to resuscitate the project focusing initially on completion of the units 1 and 2 with assistance of western companies. one month later the governmental guarantees were given for loans and Slovenske elektrarne signed loan agreements to finance the project completion, as well as construction completion agreements with contractors. (Author)

  17. Trénink ve výškovém prostředí a jeho vliv na změny ve vybraných fyziologických ukazatelích reprezentantů Slovenské republiky v závodní chůzi Training in high altitude environments and its influence on the changes in selected physiological indicators of a Slovak Republic representative in walking

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    Martin Pupiš

    2005-02-01

    Full Text Available Příprava ve střední a vysoké nadmořské výšce je dlouhodobou součástí přípravy slovenských reprezentantů v závodní chůzi. Martin Pupiš je jedním z těch atletů, kteří pravidelně využívají tento systém. V tomto příspěvku popisujeme jeho přípravu ve čtyřech vysokohorských kempech v přípravných fázích v letech 1998/1999–2001/2002. Části roku, ve kterých se kempy odehrávaly, byly velmi podobné. Doba trvání byla rovněž stejná od 26 do 36 dnů. Průměrné množství závodní chůze a běhu bylo v rámci jednoho dne přibližně stejné během všech čtyř kempů. Poměr závodní chůze v kilometrech se zvýšil ze 70% na 80%. Podíl oblastí pro chůzi se měnil v závislosti na aktuální specializaci s nejvyšším počtem kilometrů ve vytrvalosti tempa. Reakce na přípravu ve vyšší nadmořské výšce byla velmi dobrá; když jsme analyzovali krevní složky – hematokrit, hemoglobin, erytocyty, střední množství erytocytů – zaznamenali jsme pozitivní změny; pouze u leukocytů nastal pokles. Middle and high altitude preparation is a longterm part of the preparation of our Slovak race walking representatives. Martin Pupiš is one of those athletes whose regularly makes use of this system. In our paper we report his preparation at four high altitude camps, in preparation phases in the years 1998/99–2001/02. The period of the year when the camps took place were very similar. Also the duration was from 26 days to 36 days. The average amount of racewalking and running was, for one day, approximately the same during all four camps. The proportion of race walking in kilometres increased from 70% to 80%. The proportion of walking zones changed depending on the current specialisation with the highest number of km in tempo endurance. The reaction to high altitude preparation was very good, when in analysed blood components – hematocrit, haemoglobin, erythrocytes, and a medium quantity

  18. IT support of commercial-production companies

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    Hroch, A.

    2004-01-01

    Slovak electricity sector was built from sixties like common entity what can use synergic effects. In the 2002 reorganisation was done, there were created independent joint stock company. There were published new legislative acts, which opened Slovak electricity market for competition. The companies have to change their mine because a business is priority No. 1. Slovenske elektrarne, joint-stock company is under transformation process to build procedural guided trade-production company. As joint project is prepared a new system to control business in to a trading floor, including a risk management, which have to be supported by technological and information tools together with planing, scheduling, directing and controlling of the operation. The all system includes standard modules that fulfil their specific functions. (author)

  19. Final treatment of liquid radioactive wastes

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    Svolik, S.

    2004-01-01

    Final treatment of liquid radioactive wastes which are produced by 1 st and 2 nd bloc of the Mochovce NPP, prepares the NPP in its natural range. The purpose of the equipment is liquidation of wastes, which are formed at production. Wastes are warehoused in the building of active auxiliary plants in the present time, where are reservoirs in which they are deposited. Because they are already feeling and in 2006 year they should be filled definitely, it is necessary to treat them in that manner, so as they may be liquidated. Therefore the Board of directors of the Slovenske elektrarne has disposed about construction of final treatment of liquid radioactive wastes in the Mochovce NPP. Because of transport the wastes have to be treated in the locality of power plant. Technically, the final treatment of the wastes will be interconnected with building of active operation by bridges. These bridges will transport the wastes for treatment into processing centre

  20. ESTE AI (Annual Impacts) - the program for calculation of radiation doses caused by effluents in routine releases to the atmosphere and to the hydrosphere

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    Carny, P.; Suchon, D.; Smejkalova, E.; Fabova, V.

    2009-01-01

    ESTE AI is a program for calculation of radiation doses caused by effluents in routine releases to the atmosphere and to the hydrosphere. Doses to the members of critical groups of inhabitants in the vicinity of NPP are calculated and as a result, critical group is determined. The program enables to calculate collective doses as well. Collective doses to the inhabitants living in the vicinity of the NPP are calculated. ESTE AI calculates doses to the whole population of Slovakia from the effluents of the specific plant. In this calculation, global nuclides are included and assumed, as well. The program enables to calculate and to document beyond-border radiological impacts of effluents caused by routine operation of NPP. ESTE AI was approved by the 'Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic' and is used as legal instrument by Slovenske elektrarne a.s., NPP Bohunice. (authors)

  1. Centralisation of informatics (more effective processes via using new technologies)

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    Cocher, L.

    2004-01-01

    In this paper author deals with next problems of Slovenske elektrarne, Plc (SE): - Centralisation and optimisation of informatics management; - New technologies within Integrated Informatics System IIS-SE: presentation of preliminary Project of 2 nd generation IIS-SE; - Centralisation of the selected data processing. At the present the intensive process of restructuring is taking place in SE, Plc, focused on increasing of the effectiveness of the pursued activities. In connection with this the Informatics section solves two projects: More effective self-management and human resources; Change of Informatics system architecture from decentralised to the centralised ones with an aim to consolidate all information and to make new conditions for higher mobility. (author)

  2. ESTE AI (Annual Impacts) - the program for calculation of radiation doses caused by effluents in routine releases to the atmosphere and to the hydrosphere

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    Carny, P.; Suchon, D.; Smejkalova, E.; Fabova, V.

    2008-01-01

    ESTE AI is a program for calculation of radiation doses caused by effluents in routine releases to the atmosphere and to the hydrosphere. Doses to the members of critical groups of inhabitants in the vicinity of NPP are calculated and as a result, critical group is determined. The program enables to calculate collective doses as well. Collective doses to the inhabitants living in the vicinity of the NPP are calculated. ESTE AI calculates doses to the whole population of Slovakia from the effluents of the specific plant. In this calculation, global nuclides are included and assumed, as well. The program enables to calculate and to document beyond-border radiological impacts of effluents caused by routine operation of NPP. ESTE AI was approved by the 'Public Health Authority of the Slovak Republic' and is used as legal instrument by Slovenske elektrarne a.s., NPP Bohunice. (authors)

  3. Annual report 2001

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    2002-01-01

    A brief account of activities carried out by the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. (Slovak Electric, plc) is presented. These activities are reported under the following headings: (1) Year in brief - major events; (2) Statement of the Chairman of the Board of directors; (3) Structure of the company; (4) Board of directors; (5) Supervisory board; (6) Shareholders; (7) Equity holdings of the company; (8) Company strategy; (9) Generation electricity and heat; (10) Trade in electricity and heat; (11) Operation of the transmission systems of the Slovak Republic; (12) Investment; (13) International co-operation; (14) Nuclear safety; (15) Environment; (16) Human resources; (17) Report on the financial statements of the company; (18) Balance sheet; (19) Auditor's report; (20) Abbreviations

  4. In sustainable way with nuclear energy

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    Kopriva, J.; Svolik, S.; Placek, V.

    2009-01-01

    Company, which wants to be successful in an open market, must continuously improve its existing production capacities taking into account competitiveness - by improving safety and reliability, minimising the risk of damages and losses due to unplanned outages.. At the same time the company has to optimise operation, e.g. by shortening of the planned outages, decreasing emissions and waste, water and fuel consumption, automatisation as well as using the reserves of existing production equipment. Based on the last mentioned example the company Slovenske elektrarne is an excellent company, which after the shut down of unit 1 in the state-owned V1 Bohunice NPP, was able to deliver 150 MWe of new capacity to the grid in the period 2008- 2009 (or 180 MWe by 2010), and thus increase energy security in Slovakia. (authors)

  5. Slovak Electric, Plc., 1997

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    1997-06-01

    Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. (Slovak Electric, Plc.) was established on November 1, 1994 as one entity among new entities created as successors to the former Slovensky energeticky podnik. The subject activity is the generation of electric power, operation of transmission 220 kV and 400 kV systems, transit, import, export, and sales of electric power. Besides these activities the company deals with generation, distribution, and sales of heat. The company operates one nuclear power station, three thermal power plants, and thirty hydro power plants. One nuclear Power plant is under construction (state up tu June 1997). On this CD ROM next chapters are presented: (1) The structure of the company; (2) The production Units; (3) The economic power of the company; (4) The operation culture of the company; (5) The strategic plans of the company

  6. Are we ready for a change?

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    Paulikova, A.; Biro, R.

    2008-01-01

    From 1 January 2009 the organisational change at the Operation and Maintenance Division of the Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. becomes a reality. The organisational changes were approved in the Board of Directors and the Supervisory Board of the Company. A request for the approval of changes was sent to the Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic together with an explanatory report. We expect the decision on the approval of the changes by 10 December 2008. We have prepared a change implementation schedule, which we monitor in order to comply with all necessary conditions for change implementation. Structures and activities of the new units have been defined. Managers have prepared job descriptions for the newly established job positions and are analysing the need of 'additional training' for the employees whose job description is to change. (author)

  7. Development and implementation of symptom based EOP for Mochovce NPP

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    Zold, T.

    1999-01-01

    In this lecture the history and problems concerning the development and implementation of symptom based emergency operating procedures at the Mochovce NPP are reviewed. In order to increase the safety of nuclear installations and their operation at Mochovce a new programme of Safety measures has been worked out, the core of which are the safety rules administratively labeled as OP-02 introducing the symptom - oriented Emergency operating procedures. Following the selection of partners by the Slovenske Elektrarne power Company a contract was signed with US Westinghouse to work out symptom - based EOPs for the Mochovce power plant to be certified by a letter of approval by Westinghouse in November 1998. Subsequent phases of whole programme for development of EOPs were divided as follows: Phase 1 - Preparation phase; Phase 2 - Emergency operating guideline development and Phase 3 - Emergency operating procedures development and validation

  8. SE debt restructuring plan

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    Janoska, J.

    2003-01-01

    Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. (SE) plans to restructure one's own debts in 2003-2005. Debt restructuring plan is following: 2003: Collection of pre-payment on electricity - 60 million Euro (2.5 billion Slovak crowns), consumer unknown. Own promissory notes in total value of 100 million US$ (3.5 billion Slovak crowns) - in process. Sale of claims worth 2.4 billion Slovak crowns (57.21 million Euro) - negotiations in process. 2003/2004: Restructuring of loans payable IV. quarter 2003 and at the beginning of 2004 in value of 200 million Euro (8.3 billion Slovak crowns). Aim of SE is a new credit payable within 7 years, with instalments payable in the last two to three without any state subsidies. 2005: Loans worth 460 million Euro (189 billion Slovak crowns) will still remain. SE want to negotiate them with banks without state support

  9. Borate compound content reduction in liquid radioactive waste from nuclear power plants with VVER reactor

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    Szalo, A.; Zatkulak, M.

    2000-01-01

    This paper describes the current status of liquid waste (evaporator concentrates) inventory at V-1 and V-2 NPPs in Jaslovske Bohunice and the intention to separate boron from them with respect to waste minimisation and improvement of physical and chemical properties for further waste treatment and conditioning. Preliminary results of laboratory experiments concerned to borate crystallisation after pH adjustment with nitric or formic acid performed in the 1998 are given. At the present time laboratory experiments continuing - next acids, coagulation with carbon oxide, electrolytic process, ion exchange resin, study of decontamination factors, immobilization of boric acid, decrease radioactivity, purification of boron-contained compounds. Slovenske Elektrarne have accumulated 7,000 m 3 of evaporator concentrates containing 100-180 g/l borate. In order to make more storage space available, it is proposed to remove some of the borate in the liquor by precipitation as sodium tetraborate and immobilise in either cement of bitumen. The supernate can be further volume reduced by evaporation and returned to the tanks. Slovenske Elektrarne are currently evaluating acid addition to the pH 12-13 concentrate to reduce the borate solubility. However, this adds to the salt burden of the waste through this chemical addition -thus creating future increases in conditioning and disposal costs. Boric acid is used in pressurized water as a soluble neutron poison to control reactivity and also to assure a safety margin in the spent fuel pool and during refuelling operations. Boric acid is also present in the water reserved for injection into the reactor in the event of postulated accidents. (author)

  10. Effects of Castration, Level ofFeed~"and Body Weight on Enel'gY' i,

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    II1creaw in' the rates' of e~ergv ~e~ditufe With, increased lean, tissue growth fXJtential mtiy be attYibured to mcrea\\'e(:l ...... trend could be that. testosterone, which IS known' . ff .. ·.. ..., 'i- ,'. ... degradatIOn leads 1'0 111creased muscle mass via.

  11. Kuhu on Tiiger tänaseks jõudnud? / Enel Mägi

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    2003-01-01

    Autor teeb ülevaate Tiigrihüppe programmi raames saavutatust alates 1997. aastast ja edasist arengut takistavatest teguritest, mille tõttu Tiigrihüppe Pluss programm on hakanud venima. Diagrammid: õpilaste ja arvuti suhe maakonniti 2003. a. alguses; internetiühendused Eesti koolides 2003. a. alguses; arvutite paiknemine koolis 2002. a. lõpus

  12. Mets ja marutaud / Merje Ottson ; kommenteerinud Kalev Männiste, Kaja Kübar, Enel Niin

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    2011-01-01

    Marutõvest ja marutaudist. Rebaste ja kährikute marutaudi vastase vaktsineerimise mõjust loomade arvukuse kasvutegurina ning nende põhjustatud ohust lindude, peamiselt metsislaste, ja näriliste arvukusele ning jahimeeste osast rebaste ja kährikute arvukuse piirajana.

  13. Annual report 2003

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    2004-01-01

    The annual report of SE, a. s., contains information for the year of 2003 and summarises SE's most important financial data for the stated period. The joint stock company Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. (Slovak Power Plants) was established on January 21, 2002, when it was entered into the Commercial Register as a new business entity formed by splitting the former Slovenska elektrarne, a. s. (SE, a. s.) into three independent business entities: Slovenska elektrarne, a. s. (SE, a. s.), Slovenska elektrizacna prenosova sustava, a. s. (Slovak Transmission Grid), and Teplaren Kosice, a. s. (Heating Plant Kosice). Data regarding electricity and heat generation and operational and financial results of the company are stated for the year of 2003, without providing a comparison to the previous year. The reason is that 2002 data do not cover the whole year, as the new SE a. s. was established on January 21, 2002 with changed mix of heat and electricity generation assets. Comparison data for previous years are provided only for certain technical parameters regarding nuclear safety, environment and human resources. This report contains the following headings: (1) SE Board of directors; (2) Supervisory Board; (3) Address by the Chairman of the Board of directors; (4) Year in brief; (5) Organisational structure of the company; (6) Participating interests held by the company; (7) Company strategy; (8) Heat and electricity generation; (9) Sales of electricity, ancillary services and heat; (10) Investments; (11) International cooperation; (12) Nuclear safety; (13) Environment; (14) Human resources; (15) Business report and financial statements; (16) Auditor's report; (17) List of abbreviations

  14. Oskar Langer - slovenský komunista až za hrob

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    Jindra, Jiří

    2018-01-01

    Roč. 25, 3+4 (2018), s. 13,22-23 ISSN 1213-0249 Institutional support: RVO:68378114 Keywords : Oskar Langer Subject RIV: AB - History OBOR OECD: History ( history of science and technology to be 6.3, history of specific sciences to be under the respective headings)

  15. Teorija slovenske ulične poezije in družbeni kontekst

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    Kusterle, Jernej

    2017-01-01

    Magistrsko delo obravnava ulično poezijo, ki je dolgo časa asociirala zgolj z glasbeno umetnostjo, in je javnosti bolj znana pod zvrstnim imenom rap. Delo najprej utemelji rabo besedne zveze ulična poezija znotraj literarne vede, pri čemer izhaja iz razvezane kratične oblike "rap" ter pomena obeh sestavin besedne zveze "ulična poezija". Hkrati pojasni razliko med ulično, poulično in urbano poezijo ter uvede novost v teorijo ulične poezije, tj. delitev na ožjo in širšo opredelitev raziskovaneg...

  16. Regulace účetnictví ve Slovenské republice

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    Šmidová, Dana

    2008-01-01

    The bachelor thesis deals with regulation of accounting in Slovakia. First it describes way of regulations of accounting in the world generally. Thereinafter it is targeted at representation of basic characteristics Slovak accounting including accounting principles, from with legal regulations coming-out. It refers to legal rules that give direction to accountig and it deals with process of make-up statement of balances.

  17. Upravljanje in ravnanje s človeškimi viri v logistiki Slovenske vojske : magistrsko delo

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    Žižek, Martin

    2010-01-01

    Upravljanje s človeškimi viri (HRM — Human resource management) je zelo pomemben segment delovanja vsake organizacije. Zanemarjanje tega pomembnega segmenta delovanja lahko odločilno vpliva na zadovoljstvo zaposlenih pri delu in posledično na rezultate organizacije. Ker pa organizacijo vodijo ljudje, je treba omogočiti dobre delovne pogoje in tako pri zaposlenih ustvariti zadovoljstvo pri delu in jim vzbuditi občutek pripadnosti. Ravnanje s človeškimi viri je proces, ki zaje...

  18. Český a slovenský zájem o krajany

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    Brouček, Stanislav

    2016-01-01

    Roč. 23, 1/2 (2016), s. 8-9 ISSN 1213-0249 Institutional support: RVO:68378076 Keywords : the Czech and the Slovak ethnic group in abroad * migration policy * the relationship of the state to the diaspora Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  19. Nuclear Training Excellence Project in Slovenské elektrárne

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    Kvočková, Alena; Tonkovičová, Martina; Baláž, Martin

    2014-01-01

    Goals 2013-2015: • Set and implement nuclear training in accordance with the best nuclear practice: → Change understanding of nuclear training by line management – nuclear training is part of core business; → Apply Systematic Approach to Training methodology thoroughly; → Develop and start implementing new training programs. • Prepare practical training centers in EBO and EMO for real operation

  20. Horrorismo y biopolítica de la ablación. Racializaciones de lo indio enel conflicto armado colombiano

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    Carolina Castañeda V.

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available El presente artículo explora las implicaciones biopolíticas de las intervenciones humanitarias de los organismos de Naciones Unidas sobre las mujeres indígenas «acusadas» de practicar la «ablación». Mediante el estudio de los documentos producidos por el Fondo de Poblaciones de las Naciones Unidades y, someramente, algunas producciones de los medios de comunicación se discute cómo la construcción de la vulnerabilidad de las niñas indígenas, la asignación de marcas de corporales y morales a las mujeres madres produce re-racializaciones. El trabajo concluye cómo las lecturas desde el horrorismo a ciertas prácticas adjudicadas a grupos determinados visibilizan el despliegue de dispositivos biopolíticos de selección de poblaciones en medio del conflicto armado.

  1. The later investment starts, the more expensive it will be

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    Marcan, P.; Slovak, K.

    2007-01-01

    In this paper the interview with Martin Roman, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Czech Energy Group, CEZ is published. Most important parts of this interview is there presented. M. Roman considers windmills and other renewable energy sources are viable, but they will not save the energy sector. According to the director of one of the largest Central European companies, concerns about a shortage of electricity are unreasonable. Nevertheless, the later the investment starts, the more expensive it will be. CEZ continues to look to the Balkans and Russia, but in addition to a power plant to be built in cooperation with Slovnaft, it can also see room for investment in Slovakia? You are preparing the upgrading? of your coal burning plants in the Czech Republic. In terms of emissions, coal is the worst alternative. Do you expect the cancellation of the EU emissions trading scheme after 2012? We believe that emissions trading will also exist after 2012. The scheme may be even stricter that today. We believe that in the future it may be even more finance-consuming for the companies. We have the advantage that the power plants being upgraded are located directly at the source of high quality black coal. The calculations are satisfactory and therefore it will be profitable for us. Wouldn't gas be a cleaner and cheaper alternative? We deal with gas as well, but coal came first as it is simpler for us. The power plants already exist and we don't need any extra permission. To put it simply, it is easier to renew an existing power plant than to build a completely new one? Is the strict attitude of the Slovak government towards Slovenske elektrarne helpful to you and other competitors? Certainly, each government exerts tough pressure on the company that controls the major part of the market? CEZ is a similar giant that even controls the distribution? But in the Czech Republic we do not have such a share of production as Slovenske elektrarne in Slovakia

  2. Corelations between tourism and environmental load in the „Slovak Paradise – Slovenský Raj“, E.Slovakia

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    Janka Jablonská

    2007-12-01

    Full Text Available Tourism – and specially nature tourism - is an area, where the interaction between the tourists and environment is very intensive. Tourists are sensitive to the beauty and purity of the environment, but at the same time, the environmental impact of their presence in nature is marked. In order to maintain the beauty and purity of the environment a number of environmental threats are to be alleviated. Further, it seems to be necessary to decrease/regulate the number of tourists, or a set of costly cleaning and revitalising operations are to be implemented. The paper analyses the data available on the tourism related load of one of the most beautiful areas in Slovakia – the „Slovak paradise“, located in E. Slovakia.

  3. Slovenské parlamentné voľby 2010: nacionálna agenda na ústupe?

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    Olga Gyarfášová

    2011-04-01

    Full Text Available The 2010 Slovak Parliamentary Elections: National Agenda on Retreat? In the Slovak parliamentary elections of 2010, the reformist centre-right parties defeated the left-nationalist coalition government led by Robert Fico. The election results brought some other surprises – the Movement for a Democratic Slovakia and its leader, three-times Prime Minister Vladimír Mečiar, as well as the Party of Hungarian Coalition were eliminated from the national parliament. Moreover, the election outcome of the radical right-wing Slovak National Party declined significantly. On the other hand, two new parties entered parliament. All in all, the election outcomes show the weakening of the nationalist agenda and the nationalist vote. The paper examines why this has happened and raises the question of to what extent it is sustainable.

  4. Porovnanie slovenského a českého start-up ekosystému

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    Pipasová, Jaroslava

    2017-01-01

    This master thesis deals with the comparison of startup ecosystems in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The goal is to discover which of these two countries has more developed startup ecosystem. The first chapter aims to define startup and illustrates its importance and development in both countries. The second chapter analyzes the characteristic of startup ecosystem, startup financing and supporting institutions in the 2 countries. The final chapter contains a comparison of the startup ecosys...

  5. Slovenská akademie věd a umění 1942-1945

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    Jindra, Jiří

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 24, č. 11 (2017), s. 7-9 ISSN 1213-0249 Institutional support: RVO:68378114 Keywords : Slovak Academy of Sciences * art * history of science Subject RIV: AB - History OBOR OECD: History (history of science and technology to be 6.3, history of specific sciences to be under the respective headings)

  6. Slovenská akademie věd a umění 1945-1952

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    Jindra, Jiří

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 24, č. 12 (2017), s. 14-15 ISSN 1213-0249 Institutional support: RVO:68378114 Keywords : Slovak Academy of Sciences * history of sciences Subject RIV: AB - History OBOR OECD: History (history of science and technology to be 6.3, history of specific sciences to be under the respective headings)

  7. The Modernization Program and Power Up-rate at NPP V2 Jaslovske Bohunice, Slovak Republic

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    Reznik, Vladivoj; Krajmer, Imrich

    2010-01-01

    Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s. is a second largest utility company in the Central and Eastern Europe that owns an optimal production portfolio comprised of nuclear, thermal and hydroelectric power plants. There are two nuclear power plants Bohunice and Mochovce both operate with two units and another two units Mochovce 3 and 4 are currently under construction. Electricity at Nuclear power plant Bohunice V2 is generated by two 440 MW units that had gradually been connected to the power network over the period between 1984 and 1985. In the construction of the nuclear power plant V2 the concept of pressurized water reactors was adopted and the Soviet-era design WWER 440 used. The upgrading of Nuclear Power Plant Bohunice V2 is based on three main points: Modernization, Power up-rate, and Ageing monitoring program. The main targets of the modernization project were: Increasing of the Nuclear Safety and of the Nuclear operational reliability, and Seismic improvement. This modernization program is in full compliance with IAEA requirements and with the decisions from the Nuclear Regulatory Agency of the Slovak Republic (UJD) and achievement of the probabilistic safety criteria in accordance with IAEA recommendations. Except that is ensured a safe, reliable, economical and effective electricity and heat generation. Achieved results are based for further prolongation of the operation life time up to 60 years. (authors)

  8. Completion of the VVER 440/213 NPP Mochovce incorporation enhanced safety features

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    Charbonneau, S.; Eckert, G.

    1996-01-01

    The cooperation between the western countries and the countries of ex-eastern block in the field of nuclear safety is recent and still limited. The main reasons for this situation are limited or non existent capabilities of these countries for financing as well as non acceptable legal conditions concerning the third party nuclear liability in this part of Europe. Nevertheless, Framatome and Siemens associated in the consortium named EUCOM, have signed in April 1996 the contract of about 100 million US dollars with Slovak electricity company (SLOVENSKE ELEKTRARNE-SE) for upgrading the Units 1 and 2 of Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant according to the western safety standards. This is the first important project involving west-european companies in the modernisation of Russian type of pressurized water reactor (VVER 440/213). The consortium will cooperate with other partners involved in the project: Slovak, Czech and Russian. The financing of the project will be provided mainly form Slovak and Czech sources. The safety upgrading will be financed through French and German buyer credits. French company Electricite de France (EDF) will be the consultant for SE. The safety upgrading measures have been elaborated taking into account the recommendation of Vienna International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the evaluation of the safety realised by RISKAUDIT, the common organization of German and French safety authorities (GSR and IPSN). Hence all guaranties have been taken to fulfil the western safety criteria for Nuclear Power Plant Mochovce. (author)

  9. Slovak Electric, plc. (Annual report 1999)

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    2000-01-01

    A brief account of activities carried out by the Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s. in 1999 is presented. These activities are reported under the headings: (1) Address; (2) Significant events; (3) SE, a.s., Board of directors; (4) SE, a.s., Supervisory Board; (5) Business strategy and development programme; (6) SE, a.s., Organisational structure; (7) A layout of SE, a.s., Branch plants and Headquarters; (8) SE, a.s., Capital investment in other trading companies; (9) Basic data; (10) Electricity generation; (11) Supply heat generation; (12) Management and operation of the Slovak Republic's power systems; (13) Slovak transmission system parameters; (14) Transmission system of the Slovak Republic; (15) Electricity trading; (16) Heat trading; (17) Safety and health protection at work and fire protection; (18) Services to electricity consumers; (19) Investment programme; (20) Scientific and development; (22) Environment protection; (23) Nuclear safety; (24) Quality system; (25) International co-operation; (26) Centrel; (27) Human resources; (28) Informatics; (29) Telecommunications; (30) Auditor's report; (31) Balance sheet; (32) Income analysis; (33) Cash-flow summary as of 31 December 1999

  10. It's done... or the unmanned operation in hydro power plants

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    Chudy, M.

    2009-01-01

    Looking back at the two years of activities performed while launching the individual Hydro Power Plants (HPP) of the Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. into the unmanned operation, there was 'quantum' of work done during the implementation of each new HPP in the area of group output regulation, substation management, failure and alarm record and evaluation system, technological and information service. It is a good feeling to see the results of the work - when it works. Someone could say that we just test the project at one HPP and the others just get implemented. The fact that the HPPs differ from each other brings its specifics, which needed to be handled individually in the SW or HW area, or in terms of communication. We should definitely mention the enthusiasm and helpfulness of the employees even at the cost of their free time spent in launching the power plants into unmanned operation. The reward for the hours spent dealing with the technical issues and revealing the shortcomings in the whole operation management process is today in the greater possibilities of gaining an overviews of the events in the operation of each HPP or TG generation unit. However, our hands are little less free to perform interventions in the control systems - time for the maintenance - necessary planning of the outages - coordination within the operation preparation. (author)

  11. Safety of nuclear power plants in Slovak Republic in the context of integration into the European Union

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    Pillar, V.

    2001-01-01

    A review of the construction and operation of nuclear power plants in Slovak Republic which belong within Slovenske Elektrarne is made. Since 1993 with the applying of the Least Cost Planning Methods and Financial Feasibility Analysis the optimal variant, considering construction completion of the two units at Mochovce NPP, has been adopted and a project for safety enhancement has been implemented. Some changes have been made in siting project in order to meet the seismic requirements, following by change of the control system design and supplier. The most important result of the safety enhancement program, important not only for NPP Mochovce, but also for all NPPs of WWER 440/213 type, is the fact, that operability of containment with passive bubbler-condenser system for pressure suppression and its acceptability from safety point of view, has been fully confirmed. Results of safety enhancement program have been re-evaluated not only by International Atomic Energy Agency, but also by other international authorities and professional organisations with positive result. Especially significant is the conclusion of RISKAUDIT, which has carried out repeated evaluation of safety level of NPP Mochovce based on PHARE project and which is accepted by European Commission. A similar approach for enhancing the safety has been applied for the NPP V-1 units at Jaslovske Bohunice

  12. Licensing of new fuel for Slovak NPPs

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    Melicharek, M.; Mikulas, B.

    2011-01-01

    With the hope of achieving a six year fuel cycle and to allow for further power uprates a new type of fuel was licensed for NPP Mochovce Unit 1 (EMO1). Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. introduced the idea for the new fuel type to the regulatory authority in the middle of 2010. That's when the first draft of EMO safety report was made. This was the actual start of the licensing process. In case of new fuel regulator has several requirements like extended start up and power test; introducing a fuel behavior monitoring plan; using two independent methods to determine coolant flow though the active zone. In this paper the following issues have been discussed: 1) Engineering and safety reserve factors; 2)Fuel limits; 3) Uncertainties decrease in measurement of coolant flow through the reactor; 4) Determination of heating on fuel assembly; 5) Storage pool issues; 6) Emergency planning; 7) Monitoring of several fuel parameters (K qmax , K rmax , K v .K k and bypass)monitored during campaign

  13. Approach to the safety culture in the Slovak Republic

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    Kuchta, L.; Sladek, V.

    2002-01-01

    The Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic was established on January 1st, 1993, after division of former Czech and Slovak Federation Republic to two independent states - Czech Republic and Slovak Republic. As there were inherited four units on the site Jaslovske Bohunice and Interim Spent Fuel Storage on the same site under operation and four units under construction on site Mochovce it was necessary to keep on regulatory activities from very beginning of regulatory authority existence. The new regulator has been all time co-operating closely with IAEA and countries with developed nuclear power to cover all nuclear safety related areas including the safety culture. It is, however, to be said, that the issue of safety culture begun to be an object of considerations of Czechoslovak NPPs as early as in 1986 after issue of IAEA INSAG 1. Since that time the NPPs try to enforce the safety culture principles as a part of nuclear safety into their daily work in consensus with an utility Slovenske elektrarne, nuclear power plants and Nuclear Regulatory Authority. A purpose of the article is to provide an overview on safety culture practices at nuclear installations in the Slovak Republic. (author)

  14. Chapter 2. The production units

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    1998-01-01

    In the second chapter of this CD ROM the production units of the Slovak Electric, Plc. (Slovenske elektrarne, a.s.), are presented. It consist of next paragraphs: (1) Nuclear power plants (A-1 Nuclear Power Plant (History, Technological scheme, basic data are presented); V-1, V-2 Bohunice Nuclear Power Plant (History 1972-1985, technological scheme; nuclear safety, radiation protection, heat supply, international co-operation and basic data are presented); Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant (History 1980-1998, technological scheme, construction completion, milestones of commissioning, safety and environmental protection as well as basic data are included). (2) Conventional sources of energy (Vojany fossil power plant (History 1959-1992, Technological units of power plant, Impact of operation on the environment, Plant of Vojany FPP Renewal and Reconstruction, Basic data are listed), Novaky fossil power plant (History 1949-1998, Technological scheme, current investment construction, basic data, Handlova heating plant). Kosice Combined Heat Power Plant (History 1960-1995, technological scheme, State metrology centre, acredited chemical laboratory, basic data). (3) Hydroelectric power plants (Trencin HPPs: Cierny Vah pumped storage HPP, Liptovska Mara HPP, Orava HPP, Sucany HPP, Miksova HPP, Nosice HPP, Velke Kozmalovce HPP, Gabcikovo HPP, Dubnica HPP, Nove Mesto n/V HPP, Madunice HPP, Kralova HPP) and Dobsina HPPs: (Dobsina HPP, Ruzin HPP, Domasa HPP, small HPPs) are presented

  15. Fiddle at financing of Mochovce NPP

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    Beer, G.

    2003-01-01

    Slovak police found out and documented racket in financing of third and fourth block of Mochovce NPP. Damage should be 144 millions Slovak crowns. Investigator consequently accused twenty-three Slovaks from foundation, trump up and supporting of criminal group and deception. Two persons are suggested to be taken to custody. Skoda Praha, which was general supplier of construction for 1,5 billions Slovak crowns, in 2001 allowed to create a connection to let the finances between Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., Bratislava as investor and Skoda as subcontractor to be paid through three mediator companies. Companies got authorization to balance the relationship among all interested subjects. Confused network of 118 treaties was created. They invoiced reward from money current based on these treaties. Reward represented up to 70 per cent of transferred resources in some cases. According to Minister of Domestic Affairs Vladimir Palko it will be necessary to find out where is actually the money. For the time being nobody from NPP is among accused. (Author)

  16. JAVYS - Jadrova a vyradovacia spolocnost

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    2007-01-01

    This prospectus contains the review about of the joint stock company Jadrova a vyradovacia spolocnost, a.s., (JAVYS). JAVYS established itself in the Slovak power industry in 2005. According to the transaction documents on the privatisation of the Slovenske Elektrarne, a. s. company (SE), on July 6, 2005, the public organisation GovCo, into which the detached SE-VYZ and SE-EBO plants (V1 nuclear power plant) were included, was established. On April 1, 2006, the GovCo company assumed responsibility for the operation of V1 NPP, decommissioning of all nuclear installations in Slovakia, processing, treatment and storage of radioactive waste and care of spent nuclear fuel. The registered at of the company was changed to Jaslovske Bohunice and the company's name changed to Jadrova Vyradovacia Spolocnost, a. s. on August 7, 2006. The company name Jadrova a Vyradovacia Spolocnost, a.s. exists since March, 2007. The history of the company is short; professional activities however have been carried out for several decades. Some facts about the JAVYS are reported

  17. Modernization and safety improvement project of the NPP V-2 Jaslovske Bohunice

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    Michal, V.; Losonsky, B.; Magdolen, J.

    2000-01-01

    This contribution deals with the form, present state, and results of the Nuclear Power Plants Research Institute (the Slovak acronym is VUJE - Vyskumny Ustav Jadrovych Elektrarni) participation in the NPP V-2 Jaslovske Bohunice Modernization and Safety Improvement Project. A short description of VUJE history, activity, and results is also presented as well as NPPs Jaslovske Bohunice characterization. VUJE was established in 1977 and deals with scientific and research needs of nuclear power plants, such as design, construction, commissioning and operation. The next fields of VUJE activity are, NPP reconstruction, NPP personnel training, radioactive waste management technology, and NPP decommissioning. The nuclear power plant, Jaslovske Bohunice, is situated approximately 15 km from the district town of Trnava in the southwestern region of the Slovak Republic. The construction of the first Czechoslovak NPP A-1 began on this site in 1957 .The construction of the double-unit NPP V-1 with WWER-440 (type V-230) reactor began in 1972. The first unit of NPP V-1 began operation in 1978 and the second in 1980. NPPs construction on the Bohunice site continued with NPP V-2, which has two units with WWER-440 (type V-213) reactors. Unit 1 and Unit 2 of NPP V-2 were commissioned in 1984 and 1985, respectively. Slovak electric utility Slovenske elektrarne (SE) is the owner/commissioner of NPP V-2. This NPP is responsible for more than 20% of the total electrical energy production of SE, making it an essential supporter of the Slovak economy. (authors)

  18. Analysis of steam generator behaviour in nuclear power plant with computer program RELAP5; Analiza delovanja uparjalnika jedrske elektrarne s programom RELAP5

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    Zeljko, M; Gregoric, M; Peterlin, G [Institut ' Jozef Stefan' , Ljubljana (Yugoslavia)

    1983-07-01

    Analyses of nuclear power plant behaviour are made with large computer programs. We used RELAP5/MOD1/CYCLE001, which was developed in Idaho National Engineering laboratory. Input model was prepared to analyze transients in steam generator of NPP Krsko. We found out that this version had a lot of faults so we intend to implement a new cycle. First experience shows the whole complexity of such analysis from technical and economical viewpoints. (author)

  19. Calibration of filters for detection of airborne I-131 in the environment of nuclear power plant; Kalibracija filtrov za detekcijo I-131 v zraku okolja jedrske elektrarne

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    Zupan, M; Miklavzic, U; Pucelj, B [Institut Jozef Stefan, Ljubljana (Yugoslavia)

    1982-07-01

    A simple and clean method for efficiency calibration of filters for collection of airborne I and corresponding Ge(Li) spectrometer is described. As the calibrated source of gaseous I-131 the radiopharmaceutical water solution of NaI is used. As calibration example the absolute activity distribution of I-131 measured in a charcoal filter is shown. (author)

  20. Summary revaluation of cold testing of the first block of nuclear power plant Mochovce; Suhrnne zhodnotenie neaktivneho vyskusania 1. bloku jadrovej elektrarne Mochovce

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    Miskolci, M; Sarvaic, I [Nuclear Power Plants Research Institute Trnava, Inc., Okruzna 5, 918 64 Trnava (Slovakia)

    1998-04-03

    The document contents summary revaluation of the stage of cold testing of the first unit of nuclear power plant Mochovce. The valuation is processed in individual systems with safety significance. The process and results of system testing and their conclusions for the block readiness for active testing are summarized in the document. The valuation has been elaborated by a scientific management for start-up of nuclear power plant Mochovce as an independent conductor assistance for activation check from the nuclear safety point of view. The valuation of the activation results of systems in the first unit of nuclear power plant was processed as of 15.3.1998 61 figs., 44 tabs., `Translation to english is available from OMEGA INFO, Vysehradska 33, SK-84215 Bratislava, Slovak Republic, E-Mail: kuruc at fns.uniba.sk`

  1. The determination of major radionuclides in the surroundings of thermal power plant Novaky; Stanovenie vyznamnych radionuklidov z okolia tepelnej elektrarne Novaky

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    Dvorska, L; Dulanska, S [Univerzita Komenskeho v Bratislave, Prirodovedecka fakulta, Katedra jadrovej chemie, 84215 Bratislava (Slovakia)

    2012-04-25

    An important and fundamental fact in the operation of nuclear power plants is that there is no production of greenhouse gases and pollutant emissions especially nitrogen oxides NO{sub x}, carbon oxides CO and CO{sub 2}, sulfur dioxide and fly ash. Alpha radionuclides in fly ash from thermal power Novaky {sup 238}U, {sup 234}U, {sup 235}U, {sup 239,240} Pu, {sup 238}Pu and {sup 241}Am were separated on extraction-chromatographic sorbents TRU Resin and Resin UTEVA involved in the vacuum box in tandem. Samples for the measurement of alpha radionuclides were measured on a double-chamber 576A spectrometer with ULTRA Alpha Detector 600, EG and G ORTEC. There was not detected any increased activity value of uranium isotopes comparing the activity of {sup 238}U and {sup 234}U with the Slovakian Collection of Laws 345/2006. (authors)

  2. Model for the probability of core uncovery in loss of offsite power induced accidents, as applied in the Probabilistic Safety Study for ENEL PWR standard power plant

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    Silvestri, E.; Serra, S.; Paddleford, D.F.

    1985-01-01

    This paper discusses one particular aspect of the Probabilistic Safety Study conducted for the Italian reference PWR or Progetto Unificato Nucleare (PUN) design. The event scenario addressed involves the loss of offsite power (LOOSP) initiating event in conjunction with an independent loss of certain support systems (to the exclusion of the total independent loss of on-site power which is treated similarly in a separate event tree). An event tree is developed to address the potential for a consequential small LOCA due to reactor coolant pump (RCP) seal failure under conditions of inadequate seal cooling and the subsequent potential for core uncovery should emergency systems be unavailable and not recovered in adequate time. The event scenario and the quantification methodology used are described. Results and sensitivities are presented

  3. Condición somática de la almeja Polymesoda solida (Veneroidea: Corbiculidae durante el periodo lluvioso, enel Parque Natural Isla de Salamanca, Caribe colombiano

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    2010-03-01

    Full Text Available Se evaluó la condición somática de la almeja Polymesoda solida en tres lagunas del Parque Isla de Salamanca (abril a noviembre de 2004, durante el periodo lluvioso. En 60 individuos por laguna, se analizaron mensualmente índices de condición, rendimiento, relación talla-peso y madurez gonadal en fresco. También se midió salinidad, temperatura, pH, oxígeno disuelto, transparencia y profundidad del agua. Los mayores índices de condición coincidieron con descensos en el nivel del río Magdalena, especialmente en Poza Verde y El Torno. Estos índices fueron más altos en tallas entre 27mm y 33mm, donde también se ubicó la talla media de madurez sexual. En Poza Verde, laguna con mayor influencia del río, se presentaron los mayores índices de condición, rendimiento, peso húmedo y frecuencia de madurez, revelando una mejor condición de los organismos. El índice de condición (peso cuerpo/ peso concha presentó mayor coeficiente de regresión múltiple con la salinidad, pH y transparencia, sugiriendo la importancia del régimen hidrológico en su regulación. Las diferencias espaciales en las variables evaluadas, resaltan la necesidad de tener en cuenta la heterogeneidad de este tipo de estuarios para la conservación y manejo adecuado de la pesquería de P. solida.Somatic condition of the clam Polymesoda solida (Veneroidea: Corbiculidae in the rainy season of the Salamanca Island Natural Park, Colombian Caribbean. The estuarine clam Polymesoda solida is the main fishery resource in the Salamanca Island Natural Park. I sampled the clam in three interconnected lagoons (Poza Verde, El Torno and Atascosa during the rainy period (April to November 2004. Sixty individuals were monthly collected by hand on each lagoon; 30 to analyze two condition indexes (relationship between body and shell weight and between soft dry and wet weight, yield (meat percentage and length-weight relationships. Maturity of female gonad smears was assessed on the remaining individuals. Measures of salinity, temperature, pH, dissolved oxygen, transparency and depth, were also taken at the collection places. Increases of the condition indexes occurred when the Magdalena River showed some decreases in its level, especially at Poza Verde and El Torno. The condition indexes were higher at 27-33mm, (range where maturity size was reached. Clams from Poza Verde, the lagoon nearest to the Magdalena River, had the highest values in condition indexes, yield, fresh weight and maturity frequency. Yield was directly correlated to the condition indexes and sexual maturity. The condition index (body weight/shell weight showed a highest multiple regression coefficient with salinity, pH and transparency (R²=74%, indicating the relevance of the hydrological regime in the regulation of the condition of the organisms. P. solida seems to be more adapted to the lowest salinities of the system (0.0-0.4, corresponding to Poza Verde, where the influence of the Magdalena river is more direct and steady. Additionally, differences found between sites in the assessed variables, emphasize the importance of considering spatial heterogeneity of this kind of lagoon estuaries, and should be taken into account for future fisheries management in the rainy period and conservation of P. solida populations. Rev. Biol. Trop. 58 (1: 131-145. Epub 2010 March 01.

  4. Not the state but the new owner will have to sort out the contracts

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    Janoska, J.

    2004-01-01

    Privatisation of Paroplynovy cyklus (PPC), a.s., Bratislava is a bit paradox. Should the winner of the tender for 90-percent of PPC shares succeed and obtain the remaining 10 percent of the shares from Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., Bratislava it will be managing a heat and electricity producer with a low level of business risk and high efficiency. PPC has long-term delivery contracts signed until 2013. But state-owned business partners of PPC - Slovenske elektrarne (SE) and Bratislavska teplaren (BAT) raised protest against these contracts. And so the privatisation agency FNM decided rather to sell the PPC to a private investor that should then try and settle the problems with these state-owned companies. Fund of National Property (FNM) refused to publish the prices other participants of the tender offered for PPC. The only price known is the winning offer worth 2 bn Sk (49,29 mn Eur) offered by PPC Holding, a.s., Trencin from Penta group. The highest price was offered by energy concern E.on. Director of Section for Establishment and Execution of Shareholders Rights at FNM, Anna Bubenikova informed that the price represented only 65 percent of all criteria taken into account in the tender. 10 percent were represented by business plan and the remaining 25 percent consisted of s ecurity, simplicity and the benefits the draft contract offered . Apart from the threat that SE may withdraw from the contract and the uncertainties regarding the control over PPC another risk to be faced by tender participants was a suit with BAT. The Cabinet has not managed to settle the dispute. On a question why the Fund decided to tender a company threatened by a lawsuit with one of its customers A. Bubenikova answered that the problem had already been present at the time the 90-percent stake was transferred to FNM. If the Fund waited for the suit to settle, the sale could be postponed by several years and A. Bubenikova doubts whether this approach would have been more beneficial. She also

  5. Tender in power-plants back to starting point

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    2003-01-01

    Even though there was no progress in privatisation of a 40-percent stake in Slovenske elektrarne (SE), a.s., Bratislava a government decree on re-opening of the tender issued in July will allow more prospects to participate. New prospects that are expected to submit their offers are Czech CEZ and American AES. At the same time the original eight prospects that submitted their offers earlier will have the opportunity to withdraw from the tender or review their offers. The new prospects can show their interest in requesting a information memorandum that will be published shortly and then PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) will state a date when the offers have to be submitted. After the original offers are updated and the new ones submitted, the offers will be evaluated. Representative of PwC, Peter Mitka refused to discuss the evaluation deadlines and the consecutive due diligence in SE to be conducted by selected investors. The company to have restarted the whole process was the Czech CEZ that had announces its intention to privatise not only the conventional part of SE but the nuclear part as well. The remaining prospects only show interest in hydraulic power plants or conventional power plants but none of them is interested in nuclear power plants. Even though the process is still open and theoretically other prospects could show their interest in the future, Minister of Economy, Robert Nemcsics does not expect that this step would be repeated. And so the number of prospects is ten. In the past the Minister expressed his view that the most suitable solution would be so sell the SE as a whole and during the first press conference given together with privatisation advisor the Minister explained that there was no time-pressure in regards to the privatisation process as an internal restructuring of the company had to be completed first

  6. Slovak Electric, Plc., 1998

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    1997-06-01

    Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. (Slovak Electric, Plc., abbrevation 'SE, a.s.') is the Slovak electricity generating utility, incorporated on November 1, 1994 as one of new companies formed from substantially all of the assets and a legal successor of Slovensky energeticky podnik, s.p., founded on January 1, 1969 in the form of SEP group. From its predecessor, Slovak Electric, Plc., took over generation of power, operation of 220 kV and 400 kV power system, transit, import, export, and sale of electricity. It is also involved in generation, distribution, and sale of heat. At present, SE's share of electriciry sales in the Slovak Republic is 88.47%. Electricity is delivered to three regional distribution companies and directly to several major industrial enterprises. SE, a.s. operates one nuclear power station, three thermal power plants, and 30 hydro power plants. The second nuclear power plant is under construction (state up tu June 1997) and SE is participating in the construction of two hydro power plants and one combined cycle power plant. The efforts of SE, s.a. focus on the generation of power and heat with minimal environmental impacts. Ecology is given priority in the SE, a.s. development programmes. SE's mission is to permanently satisfy customers' needs, for an acceptable price and with minimal environmental impact. On this CD ROM next chapters are presented: (1) The structure of the Company; (2) Production units; (3) The economic power of the Company; (4) The operation culture; (5) The strategic plans of the Company

  7. Monopolist requires totally liberalization

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    Janoska, J.

    2003-01-01

    Slovenske elektrarne (SE), a.s, Bratislava in present time operates some sources, which would be off at normal conditions. It was caused by high electricity price on European markets. It is possible to sell 1 MWh for 12 thousands Slovak crowns abroad in last months. It is also advantageous to initialise thermal sources for power plant, where variable expenses are higher - from 1200 to 1300 Slovak crowns per MWh. SE are mainly trying to sell most of electricity on domestic market because returnability of dominant nuclear power plants was projected for this market. Utilizing capacities profit via domestic market covers fixed costs of power plants. Besides, power plant can demand regulated price 1272 Slovak crowns per 1 MWh. SE sources have capacity of 6800 MW, but maximal daily load uses for example in December approximately 4000 MW. Overflows are more higher in the summer - load dropped to 2200 MW in the beginning of September in last year. It is noted in issue that price increase in Europe is noticed. Price of primary power electricity will remain at liquid markets at 28 Euro (1176 Slovak crowns) in the following year prices fluctuate from 38 to 40 Euro (to 1700 Slovak crowns) per 1 MW at load peaks. Price increase is caused by lack of sources - it does not keep up to satisfy demand increase. Sources are gradually laid up and no new sources are built. Production capacities will decrease also in SE - by laying up of two 440 MW blocks of Bohunice NPP V-1. Price increase trend will continue according to SE businessmen till it is advantageous to build new source. Present price trend can be accelerated by decision about completing of Mochovce NPP 3-4

  8. Report of influence on environment 2006

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    2007-01-01

    The joint stock company Jadrova a vyradovacia spolocnost, a. s. (JAVYS) has established in the Slovak power engineering industry just recently. According to transaction documents about privatisation of the joint stock company Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. (SE), on 6-th July 2005 there was established state-owned organisation GovCo from which VYZ plants and V1 power plant were separated. Since 1-st April 2006, the company GovCo assumed responsibility for JE V1 plant, decommissioning of nuclear facilities in Slovakia, processing, treatment and storage of radioactive waste and care for spent nuclear fuel. Seat of the company changed to operation from Jaslovske Bohunice and, on 7-th August, also the company's name changed to Jadrova vyradovacia spolocnost, a.s.. Since March 2007, the company's name is Jadrova a vyradovacia spolocnost, a. s. Starting position of the company in the Slovak power engineering sector developed from achieved results of long- term operation of plants of the company SE, a. s. - VYZ and EBO V1. Apart from operation of currently only one block of V1 nuclear power plant, the company carries out the first phase of the A1 nuclear power plant decommissioning project, operates radioactive waste processing centre in Bohunice (Bohunicke spracovatelske centrum radioaktivnych odpadov), bitumen and vitrification line of radioactive waste processing and fragmentation plant for metal radioactive waste. Currently, new facility - final processing of liquid radioactive waste in Mochovce is being put into operation. This chain is crowned by safe storage of processed low and medium-active waste in Republic's Repository of Radioactive Waste (Republikove ulozisko RAO) in Mochovce. The company also operates spent nuclear fuel in-process store in Jaslovske Bohunice, which is resistant to seismic activity and compacted. This Report contains the results of monitoring of the environment in JAVYS, a.s. in 2006

  9. Bio gas becomes a business

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    Haluza, I.

    2007-01-01

    At first glance, energy produced from biogas is not the most refined of businesses. But it is a developing business. In North America and in Western Europe, farmers have already built hundreds of biogas facilities that use biogas from rotting maize silage; old grain; or pig, cow and chicken dung to produce electricity and heat. Most Slovak farmers have never got further then discussing these possibilities. There are only five such facilities in Slovakia. All of them have a fairly small output of a maximum of a few tens or hundreds of kilowatts. But what improves the image of this badly smelling business is the aim of developed countries to replace oil, coal and gas imports with renewable energy sources. And they are doing so in spite of the fact that the electricity produced from biogas is several times more expensive than energy produced from coal or nuclear fuel. The European Union and consequently Slovakia has decided that consumers have to accept these higher prices and so help these new energy sources to develop. Slovenske elektrarne with its nuclear, thermal and hydro-electric power plants will continue to sell electric power for about 1700 Slovak crowns (Sk) (50,60 EUR) per megawatt hour this year. The Office for Regulation of Network Industries has permitted biogas facility operators to sell their electricity to distributors for 4200 Sk (125 EUR) per megawatt hour from the beginning of this year. That is about twice as much as last year. This is intended as a clear signal to potential investors to invest and launch production. (authors)

  10. What were we like in 2008

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    Hroch, A.

    2009-01-01

    Slovenske elektrarne, a. s. (SE) entered the year 2008 with a determination to achieve the best possible profit from power production. During the process of production optimization were taken into account external conditions, which were mentioned in the last issue. The result is SE supply reaching 22 251 GWh. Very satisfactory for us is the fact that high fulfillments by nuclear power plants have exceeded the expectations. Bohunice V1 NPP up to 103%, Bohunice V2 NPP up to 104,5% and Mochovce NPP up to 102, 9%. Nonfulfillment of hydroelectric and thermal power plants is a result of objective reasons- as for thermal power plants due to market conditions and in case of hydroelectric power plants this has been a result of hydrological reasons. Just a few words to a crisis that appeared in January 2009. When we look back, we have to divide the issue into two periods (crises). The first one is an economic crisis the consequences of which were apparent already in December, where the providers of supporting services among industrial customers were unable to guarantee those services (the service is activated by reduction of consumption and since then there was no sale of their products, they cut off their production, i.e. power production, and as a consequence, no reserve for Ss remained.) Missing supporting services have been purchased by a transmission system provider on both daily and monthly basis. There was a demand for SRV, TRV30MIN, + TRV3MIN+, however, there were no extreme values. (author)

  11. Slovak companies not pleased by compromise with Brussels

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    Marcan, P.

    2005-01-01

    The sale and purchase of carbon dioxide emissions used to be a topic only of interest to environmentalists - until it started to be about money. Industrial associations in Western Europe started fighting for higher quotas earlier than in Slovakia. Initially, Slovak companies were satisfied with the quotas proposed as these did not force them to decrease production, or invest extensively in more environmentally friendly production, or purchase emission permits for exceeding the quotas set. Everything changed after the European Commission approved the Slovak plan in autumn last year. This set a limit 14% lower than the original proposal. The largest Slovak producer of carbon dioxide - U.S.Steel Kosice - challenged the new quotas directly at the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg. But other producers also object. 'The decrease is an unfortunate and strategically bad move for Slovakia,' said the Head of the Environmental Department at Slovenske elektrarne (Slovak Electric), Branislav Mihaly. And added that the Ministry of Environment was fully responsible for this situation. 'Including the political responsibility of Minister Laszlo Miklos,' he added. Given a quota reduction of 14%, he considers it very likely that Slovak Electric will follow the example of the Kosice steel works. The state must allocate the new quotas before the end of February. The Ministry announced that for large sources, it would seek solutions by individual negotiations. For smaller sources there would be a flat rate decrease. In theory, if companies were to take full advantage of the original quotas, the new allocation plan would cost them 40 to 50 mil. EUR (1.6 -2 bill. Slovak crowns). TREND based its calculation on the current market price of emissions - 8-10 EUR/ton of carbon dioxide

  12. Hydroelectric Power Plants Dobsina

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    Majercak, V.; Srenkelova, Z.; Kristak, J.G.

    1997-01-01

    In this brochure the Hydroelectric Power Plants Dobsina, (VED), subsidiary of the utility Slovenske Elektrarne, a.s. (Slovak Electric, plc. Bratislava) are presented. VED is mainly aimed at generating peak-load electrical energy and maintenance of operational equipment. Reaching its goals, company is first of all focused on reliability of production, economy and effectiveness, keeping principles of work safety and industry safety standards and also ecology. VED operates eight hydroelectric power plants, from which PVE Ruzin I and PVE Dobsina I are pump storage ones and they are controlled directly by the Slovak Energy Dispatch Centre located in Zilina thought the system LS 3200. Those power plants participate in secondary regulation of electrical network of Slovakia. They are used to compensate balance in reference to foreign electrical networks and they are put into operation independently from VED. Activity of the branch is focused mainly on support of fulfilment of such an important aim as electric network regulation. Beginnings of the subsidiary Hydroelectric Power Plants Dobsina are related to the year of 1948. After commissioning of the pump storage Hydroelectric Power Plants Dobsina in 1953, the plant started to carry out its mission. Since that time the subsidiary has been enlarged by other seven power plants, through which it is fulfilling its missions nowadays. The characteristics of these hydroelectric power plants (The pump-storage power plant Dobsina, Small hydroelectric power plant Dobsina II, Small hydroelectric power plant Rakovec, Small hydroelectric power plant Svedlar, Hydroelectric power plant Domasa, The pump-storage power plant Ruzin, and Small hydroelectric power plant Krompachy) are described in detail. Employees welfare and public relations are presented

  13. VUEZ. Annual report 2003

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    2005-01-01

    A brief account of activities carried out by the Vyskumny ustav energetickych zariadeni, a.s. (VUEZ) in 2003 is presented. These activities are reported under the headings: (1) Introductory address by the Chairman of the Board of Directors; (2) Mission and vision; (3) Basic data; (4) Product portfolio and customer services; (5) VUEZ - Quality mark; (6) Economic data; (7) Auditor's certificate; (8) Contact persons and addresses. In 2003, a number of important events took place in VUEZ. From the standpoint of international activities, a significant event was VUEZ involvement in the process or the preparation for the V-1 NPP decommissioning. VUEZ company became a subcontractor to the Consultant to the Project Management Unit who is an international Consortium consisting of Iberdrola Ingenieria Y Consultoria S.A., Electricite de France, Empresarios Agrupados Intemacional S.A. and Soluziona Ingenierfa S.A. In the field of experimental research, activities within the research and development project with IRSN Paris were successfully continuing. As to increasing the leak-tightness of NPP hermetic compartments, relevant works were executed at the Dukovany and Paks NPPs. For a business partner from Hungary, a project was initiated related to the manufacture and delivery of air locks. Predominant VUEZ capacities concentrated on Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. (SE) a.s. Company in the Jaslovske Bohunice and Mochovce sites. In addition to major sealing works and periodical integrated leakage rate tests at individual reactor units, VUEZ participated also in the upgrading of the V-2 NPP. Design work was implemented through ADVING, a daughter company of VUEZ; erection and installation works within the project were performed by relevant VUEZ departments during refuelling outages at the V-2 NPP

  14. Regulation of electricity prices?

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    Mihok, P.

    2006-01-01

    In this paper author deals with the regulation of electricity prices in the Slovak Republic. Author contests the social policy of the government through doped prices of electricity. Two thirds of electricity is generated in nuclear power plants in Slovakia. Hence, it is necessary to focus on the solution of problem of nuclear waste. In 2004 Ministry of Economy stated, that the deficit in nuclear fund, from which the country have to fully cover the costs of liquidation and final disposal of nuclear waste, is estimated in the amount of around 89 billion Slovak crowns (≅ 3.7 billion $). From it, so called historical deficit, which originated because of late foundation of fund, represents officially 15 billion Slovak crowns (≅ 0.62 billion $). In Slovakia exists the real risk, that by maintenance of present state by creation and draw of the fund, it will be possible to ensure only 39 per cent of financial sources necessary for full financial handling of the back part of nuclear energetic. Even though the Ministry of Economy in connection with privatisation of Slovenske elektrarne designed to decrease the transfers of operators of nuclear power plants into nuclear fund. In 2006 the Parliament decreased by the law the level of gains of the fund from sale of nuclear electricity (the second from two components of the gains of the fund) from 6.8 to 5.95 per cent from annual revenues. So the tax of forced reduction of the price of nuclear electricity will be represented by loading of the further generations

  15. Banks offer SE more than it asked for

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    Janoska, J.

    2004-01-01

    About a year ago, when new management took over the financial department of Slovenske elektrarne (SE), a.s. the company was in crisis. It faced an acute cash-flow deficit and due loans of over 20 bill. Sk (501.21 mil. Eur). SE could not provide adequate guarantees for the required loans and without state guarantees it was virtually impossible or too expensive to obtain additional loans. But last week the situation changed for the better. Despite the fact that due to the restructuring of SE's loan portfolio, the company will pay the banks 3 bill. Sk (75.18 mil. Eur) less interest over the next three years than under the original arrangements, even the bakers seemed satisfied. A loan portfolio full of non-standard agreements signed with about 30 banks had previously prevented decisions regarding the structure of the company's assets and liabilities.The cabinet refused to admit that SE was in crisis and offered SE for sale, although it could not be privatised due to its debt structure and the fact that it was close to default. Despite this unfavourable situation, company economists decided to make an offensive move -in cooperation with a small group of banks they converted the tens of company loan agreements into a new loan package that will be simpler, cheaper, and with longer maturity periods, which will not require state guarantees. SE managed to restructure debts with a total value of 550 mil. Eur and until these transactions are completed the banks offered SE a bridge loan of 110 mil. Eur. The transaction related to a syndicated loan of 350 mil. Eur which was concluded in April. Eurobonds with a total value of 200 mil. Eur were issued two months later. The banks offered the company more than it requested. Demand for the Eurobond issue exceeded the 200 mil. Eur of bonds on offer. (author)

  16. Public relations

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    1998-01-01

    The Nuclear Regulatory Authority of the Slovak Republic (NRA SR) laid the foundation of a policy of keeping the public informed about the activities and the safety of nuclear installations in the SR already in its origins by opening the NRA Information Centre. The NRA SR issues the Bulletin on NRA SR for domestic and foreign use, the bilingual Annual report on NRA activities for domestic and foreign public - detailed report for the specialists and a version for the Slovak Republic state authorities. On the occasion of the anniversary of the IAEA a special publication on the IAEA was prepared. Forty-nine contributions on NRA national and foreign activities were trans-missed to the Press Agency of the SR (TASR) over the course of 1997. In the journal Safety of Nuclear Energy the column 'Information' periodically carries the briefs on NRA activities. Four essential articles on NRA mission and responsibility in the are of peaceful uses of atomic energy were published in the Newsletter of the Slovak Information Agency (SIA). Contributions on NRA activities and international co-operation are periodically put out in the 'Slovenske elektrarne' Newsletter, the Slovak Nuclear Society Bulletin. Report on the Safety of NPPs in the Slovak Republic is annually published in the Journal European Nuclear Society - Nuclear Europe Worldscan. Some articles on NRA activities were published in the world information agency NucNet. The NRA issued in 1997 four editions of the internal Bulletin on the NRA's national and foreign activities and personnel. Three press conferences were held and six events were arranged in radio broadcasting in 1997

  17. Nové spojení. Stav laureátů na soudobé česko-slovenské scéně

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    Horová, Anděla

    2001-01-01

    Roč. 14, č. 23 (2001), s. 16 ISSN 1210-5236 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z8033913 Keywords : post-conceptualism * object * contemporary visual art Subject RIV: AL - Art , Architecture, Cultural Heritage

  18. Struktura spotřebního koše v České republice a Slovenské republice

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    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Purpose of the article: Nowadays, consumer behaviour is still at the centre of attention of many researchers. The consumer basket belongs among important economic characteristics, which determine the economic level of each country. The contribution of the article consists in identification of changes in the structure of consumer basket related to two chosen countries. Methodology/methods: The development of the structure of consumer basket of average household in two countries during the period from 2004 to 2014 is analysed. The structure is expressed by means of expenditure shares, while the development by means of trend models. Coefficient of determination and correlation coefficient are used within choosing the appropriate trend function. Scientific aim: The aim of this article is to assess the development of the structure of consumer basket of average household in the Czech Republic and Slovak Republic during the period from 2004 to 2014 by each country including mutual comparison. In detail, the development of consumer expenditure groups of consumer basket is assessed. Findings: Expenditure shares are found to be enough volatile in time. The highest coefficients of determination are found just in case of quadratic function. Mostly, the found correlation in trend model is strong. Incomes and expenditures mostly increase in time. Based on the 2004 and 2012 comparison, the percentage rates expressing, how much incomes exceed expenditures increase about 11% by the household in the Slovak Republic, however the ones increase only about 3% by the household in the Czech Republic. Conclusions: The structure of consumer basket of household and the structure of household expenditures in the Slovak Republic differs from the ones in the Czech Republic. Both differences and common features are found within the development of indicators. Common features could be caused by the fact, that these two countries constituted only one country till 1. 1. 1993.

  19. Soudobá česká a slovenská balkanistika. VII. mezinárodní balkanistické sympozium

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    Sovilj, Milan

    2016-01-01

    Roč. 23, č. 3 (2016), s. 491-493 ISSN 1210-7050 Institutional support: RVO:68378114 Keywords : Balkan studies * reports Subject RIV: AB - History OBOR OECD: History (history of science and technology to be 6.3, history of specific science s to be under the respective headings)

  20. Návrh strategie vstupu na slovenský trh pro společnost ADCALL systems s.r.o.

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    Lidmila, Ondřej

    2015-01-01

    The main topic of thesis is draft strategy of entrance on Slovak market for company ADCALL systems s.r.o. Thesis has two parts - Literary review and Results. In Literary review is summarized issues relating to the topic of thesis and it is made in the basis of study of scientific publications. Second part - Results is based on internal analysis of company ADCALL systems s.r.o. and external analysis of Slo-vak market. On the ground of this two analysis is decided, that this business can expand...

  1. Silicitové dýky na území České a Slovenské republiky. Předběžná studie

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    Šebela, Lubomír; Přichystal, A.

    2014-01-01

    Roč. 19, č. 1 (2014), s. 67-94 ISSN 1805-918X R&D Projects: GA AV ČR IAA800010705 Institutional support: RVO:68081758 Keywords : silicite (flint) dagger * Lte Eneolithic/Early Bronze Age * Bohemia * Moravia * Czech Silesia * Slovakia Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  2. Vliv nízké pracovní intenzity na chudobu v České republice a Slovenské republice

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    Mysíková, Martina; Večerník, Jiří; Želinský, T.

    2015-01-01

    Roč. 63, č. 6 (2015), s. 555-575 ISSN 0013-3035 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA14-15008S Institutional support: RVO:68378025 Keywords : work intensity * poverty * financial difficulties Subject RIV: AH - Economics Impact factor: 0.606, year: 2015

  3. Uvedení nové instantní kávy Nescafé AZERA na český a slovenský trh

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    Hort, Jakub

    2017-01-01

    Oversupply is a phenomenon faced by each FMCG company. There are new products entering the market every day, attracting consumers by new or improved features and the customer has a choice from a wide variety of products in almost every category. Therefore brand managers must increasingly focus on marketing communications and try to differentiate their brand from the competition. The theoretical part of the thesis will focus on the key concepts associated with marketing and introduce marketing...

  4. Analýza působení Aliance nového občana ve slovenské politice

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    2006-12-01

    Full Text Available The article deals with political trajectories of New Civic Alliance (ANO in Slovakia. This liberal formation was founded by a media tycoon Pavol Rusko. Besides Rusko, the leadership of ANO includes several well-known personalities from sport, media, cultural and economic fields. In the September 2002 elections the Alliance received prominent support from Rusko’s media and secured 8 % of the votes. After the elections ANO became a member of the right-centre government coalition headed by Mikuláš Dzurinda. The relationships between ANO and other coalition partners were full of conflicts. In Autumn 2005 a big financial scandal affected the chairman Pavol Rusko, the party broke up and went to opposition. In the elections in 2006, the party gained only 1.4 % of the votes. The article tries to explain what the organisation model ANO was like and why its „life” was so short.

  5. Mají se české (a slovenské) sociální vědy zabývat sexualitou?

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    Sloboda, Zdeněk

    2009-01-01

    Roč. 45, č. 1 (2009), s. 225-228 ISSN 0038-0288. [ Sexuality : 2. vedecká konferencia s medzinárodnou účasťou "Sexuality II". Nitra, 30.09.2009-01.10.2009] R&D Projects: GA AV ČR IAA700280804 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z70280505 Keywords : sexualities * conference Subject RIV: AO - Sociology, Demography Impact factor: 0.562, year: 2009

  6. Ladislav Novomeský v čele Slovenské akademie věd a umění (1950–1951)

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    Doskočil, Zdeněk

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 21, č. 2 (2017), s. 348-365 ISSN 1338-7219 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA16-02046S Institutional support: RVO:67985963 Keywords : Ladislav Novomeský * Slovakia * science * Slovak Academy of Sciences and Arts * Communist Party of Slovakia * Stalinism * Slovak Bourgeois Nationalism Subject RIV: AB - History OBOR OECD: History (history of science and technology to be 6.3, history of specific sciences to be under the respective headings)

  7. Discurso de aceptación del Premio de Derecho Sanitario 2014, à la Trayectoria enel Marco del Derecho a la Salud, concedido al Dr GERMÁN E. FAJARDO DOLCI

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    Full Text Available Debo empezar diciendo, gracias, muchas gracias a la Red Iberoamericana de Derecho Sanitario, en particular al Consejo Directivo: Karen Vargas, María Celia Delduque, María Cristina Cortesi, Paula Lobato de Farias y mi apreciado amigo Joaquín Cayón de las Cuevas por considerar que un servidor pudiera ser candidato y recipiendario de este importante reconocimiento iberoamericano de Derecho Sanitario.

  8. Quality control for the equipment of Nuclear medicine: experience of the H.U. de la Princesa; Control de calidad del equipamiento en Medicina Nuclear. Experiencia enel H.U. de la Princesa

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    Espana, M.L.; Gracia, A.; Prieto, C.; Lopez F, P. [Servicio de ProteccionRadiologica. Hospital Universitario de la Princesa C/ Diego de Leon 62, 28006Madrid (Spain)

    1998-12-31

    The quality control of the equipment used in a nuclear medicine service is a fundamental aspect in the Quality Assurance Program that in the present time is starting in our hospital. the objective of this work is to present the internal protocol used, its problematic associated with its starting, and the results obtained in the quality control as of the gamma camera as of the activimeter. In addition to the equipment own to the nuclear medicine service it has been used a Cs-137 source and puppets for several purposes. The results obtained demonstrated the stability of the controlled parameters which has led us to a restating of the established periodicities in our internal protocol, over all for some constancy tests. (Author)

  9. Identidad ética y redes sociales: El debate identitario en las comunidades afrodescendientes de Orkut enel contexto del censo demográfico brasileño de 2010

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    Rodrigues Santos, Elza Fátima

    2016-01-01

    Las relaciones raciales en Brasil y las redes sociales constituyen un ámbito de estudio poco explorado en tanto en las universidades brasileñas como en las españolas. Nos resulta relevante desarrollar líneas de investigación que permitan una aproximación científica a estos fenómenos sociales, donde se manifiestan la representación, la mediación comunicativa, la identidad, la negritud y las nuevas tecnologías. Límites de la investigación La investigación tiene como marco temporal los años 2009...

  10. R. Nemcsics: Before as sell it is necessary the power plants to get to know

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    Beer, G.; Janoska, J.

    2003-01-01

    Minister of Economy of the Slovak Republic Robert Nemcsics talks about privatisation of the Slovenske elektrarne (SE), a.s., Bratislava. An offer Czech CEZ for privatisation of SE submitted after deadline - in May this year - in a letter sent to privatisation agency National Property Fund (FNM). In spite of the fact that Minister Nemcsics did not dismiss this idea at the beginning, after the official statement by CEZ, he slightly changed his attitude and explained that including CEZ's offer additionally into this tender - though this would be legally correct - could be a problem if other prospects raised objections. The possible joining of SE and CEZ even became a part of political debate between R. Nemcsics and his Czech colleague Minister, Milan Urban. The whole concept of the planned privatisation gives a option of choice. For sale is offered SE as a whole, it's conventional part (water and coal-fired power stations) or nuclear power stations. None of the prospects has shown interest in SE as a whole or it's nuclear part. Manager of CEZ explained that his company was willing to buy the whole SE. And this is what, according to information R. Nemcsics provided to TREND, would be the most desirable output. All these - the tender with an unknown end, uncertainties in management and new plans of the Minister - came at the beginning of this year when the Slovak electricity market started opening to import. Representatives of SE announced last year already that current regulatory framework and liberalisation directives could considerably disturb its financial stability. Ministry of Economy has some objections to SE's presentation of its performance as the figures, says the Ministry, do not reflect the actual situation of the company and so the company cannot be transparently appreciated. The Minister talks about serious financial problems in SE and about concerns about re-payment of debts. Last year's earnings only support these statements. The only reason the company

  11. Annual report 2002. 1.1.-21.1.2002

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    Pillar, V.

    2003-01-01

    In this Annual report of the Slovak Electric, plc (Slovenske elektrarne, a.s.) the results of operation in 2002 for the period from January 1 to January 21 are presented. It is unusual for a year to be considered as a matter of a few days, however, this is the case given the events at Slovak Electric, joint stock company which as of 21. 1. 2002 was dissolved and from which three new joint stock companies were established. Further proof of this is the annual report for 2002, which details the economic performance of the company during these 21 days, and the quantity of electricity and heat it generated and supplied to consumers. I am pleased to be able to state that this period of far-reaching changes during which the division of Slovak Electric, joint stock company into the new Slovak Electric, joint stock company, Slovak Electricity Transmission System, joint stock company and Heat Plant Kosice, joint stock company took place, did not cause any problems for Slovak consumers of electricity and heat. During the mentioned 21 January days of 2002, the sources of Slovak Electric generated 836,751 MWh of electricity, which represents 107 percent of the planned generation. The net profit for this period was 742,920 thousand crowns, the main influence being, of course, its short duration. As our economists have confirmed, the most important fact with a significant impact on net profit can be considered to be the amount of deferred taxes, which totalled 1,026,789 thou. Sk. With respect to the dissolution of the company, the company will apply 50 % tax depreciation from annual depreciation, which will, however, be reflected in the results of the newly established company - SE, a.s., as in the subsequent 344 day period its tax deductible depreciation will fall. It is clear that in the forthcoming period, in addition to this, many financial issues remain to be resolved by the management connected with the new form of the business, price, and management relationships within

  12. After four months new privatisation committee in SE

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    Janoska, J.

    2003-01-01

    In spite of a delay the Minister of Economy of the Slovak Republic wants to meet the schedule set by Government. In middle of September 2002 six prospect submitted their tender offers for entering Slovenske elektrarne (SE), a.s, Bratislava. Representative of privatisation advisor of SE, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Peter Mitka told TREND that he was in contact with the investors but they were waiting for a signal from official authorities about the current state of the tender. And they have been waiting for four months. Only last week a new privatisation commission started dealing with the offers. In spite of these facts Minister of Economy, Robert Nemcsics does not consider the process slow and said that the Ministry would use all its efforts to adhere to the original privatisation schedule prepared by the former government. He further added that everything would depend on the offers submitted. Investors are not interest in SE as a whole but only in its parts. Several members of the committee do not agree with the privatisation and restructuring principles set by the government including a split of SE to conventional and nuclear parts. One of the opponents is the former manager of SE Tibor Mikus (HZDS) - representative of the Parliament or Vladimir Mojs representative of Slovak Energeticists Unions. This put a brake on the tender and changes in the management of SE as well. Privatisation Agency FNM still has not decided upon calling a Extraordinary General Meeting of SE that would elect new bodies. Spokeswoman of FNM, Tatjana Lesajova claims that the Fund is still missing a legal analysis that would review the possibility of changing SE's Articles of Association so that the Board of Directors could be assigned based on a tender (proposal of the Ministry). Members of SE Privatisation Committee: Eva Simkova - Secretary of State, Ministry of Economy SR; Laszlo Pomothy - Secretary of State, Ministry of Economy SR; Henrich Herceg - Advisor to the Minister of Economy SR

  13. The Inspector General's report on Nuclear Safety and Radiation Protection 2008

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    2009-01-01

    abroad; 20.1 - Japan: Kashiwasaki-Kariwa and Hamaoka power plants, the JSW casting and forging facilities at Muroran; 20.2 - Slovakia: Slovenske Elektrarne, Bohunice and Mochovce nuclear power plants; 20.3 - The USA: Constellation Energy, Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant and Unistar Nuclear Energy; 21 - Appendices

  14. Bohunice V-1. Review of safety upgrading and operating experiences

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    Korec, J.; Kuschel, D.

    2000-01-01

    The Bohunice site in the Slovak Republic has two Russian-designed twin-unit nuclear power plants, one equipped with reactors of the WWER 440/230 type, the other with type WWER 440/213 reactors. Two older units (V-1) started commercial operation in late 1978 and 1980 respectively and have been supplying electricity to the national grid since that time without any events that could have degraded plant safety level. In the period prior to 1990 the utility Slovenske Elektrarne (S.E.) performed extensive modifications and upgrades to the original design of the two older units V-1 NPP. Furthermore, significant steps in safety improvement for Bohunice NPP V-1 have been made since 1990. Following the political restructuring of the former Czechoslovakia and the country's new open-door policy towards western organizations, several international expert missions were focused on evaluation of Bohunice NPP safety status level and operational reliability, particularly targeting the two older units. Based on recommendations of individual expert missions and complementary deterministic and probabilistic safety analyses performed by S.E., the Czechoslovak Nuclear Regulatory Authority issued the Resolution No. 5/91 defining 81 measures concerning further safety and reliability improvement of Bohunice V1 .A range of short-term and long-term upgrades was prioritised in terms of importance to plant safety and work to implement these measures commenced in the early nineties. During the 'Small Reconstruction' from 1991 to 1993 some of the short term upgrading measures were realized to eliminate the most serious safety deficits, thus to achieve a significant reduction in core damage frequency and a major improvement in confinement integrity. In this paper and presentation the goals of the gradual reconstruction project, basic engineering, detailed engineering and realization, last major stage of Unit 2 upgrade, as well as final stage of Unit 1 upgrade in early 2000 are presented

  15. Pavol Rusko brings up Mochovce again

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    Janoska, J.

    2003-01-01

    Minister of Economy of the Slovak Republic Pavol Rusko would like to see the power plant in Mochovce finished. Press agency SITA quoted his statement that in case of privatisation of Slovenske elektrarne (SE), a.s., Bratislava investor should be searched that would be willing to complete the third and fourth blocks of the nuclear power plant. Last week a tender for sale of a 49-percent stake in SE was repeatedly launched when a privatisation advertisement was published in local and international press. Through a resolution announced last summer the cabinet allowed other companies to participate in the tender (as a reaction interest shown by Czech CEZ). CEZ would be interested in all areas of SE and not only in its conventional part as the other prospects. It is well possible that the number of prospects interested in nuclear energy may increase. Boss of SE, Miroslav Rapsik shares this view and last week announced that there would be probably at least two or three prospects that may be interested in SE as a whole. Amongst them some Russian companies. General Manager and Chairman of Board of Directors, Jaroslav Mil does not wasn't to speculate on under what conditions CEZ may agree with completing of Mochovce. He adds that building any source of nuclear power anywhere in Europe is very difficult without a clear support of wide political spectrum of the specific country. And he needs another assurance: that the cabinet would guarantee that it would eliminate all political pressure from side of the European Union.' In regards to a semi-finished source, according to J. Mil, it made a difference whether this was offered free or with all the fixed costs. 'First we have to see the figures,' he adds. Works on the third and fourth block were stopped in 1992 due to lack of funds. Based on the advise of privatisation advisor the semi-finished blocks were taken out of the privatisation. According to latest analysis the finalization would cost up to 43 billion Sk (1.04 billion

  16. Postoje vlastníků malýcha a středních podniků k problematice insolvence v České republice a Slovenské republice

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    Marie Paseková

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available Purpose of the article: The purpose of the present paper is to determine the attitudes of owners of small and medium-sized enterprises in the Czech and Slovak Republic relating to insolvency issues in both countries. Insolvency of enterprises is for most involved a negative situation in the first moment. This negative view often means loss of business, causing a loss of income, wages and employment for workers, loss of business partners, as well as a reduction in public revenue and an increase in public spending. Of the positive view the insolvency means “clean up” the market from economically weak, possibly through certain steps starting a new and renewed business. Methodology/methods: Research is focused on the area of small and medium-sized enterprises. In this paper, the method of questionnaire survey among participants of the given segment is used, supplemented by statistical methods. The research results are evaluated and presented through a graphical representation. Scientific aim: The aim of the article is to present the attitudes of owners of small and medium-sized enterprises on the issue of insolvency of the small and medium-sized enterprises in the Czech and Slovak Republic. The main output is the interpretation of the obtained results and thus new knowledge in this area. Findings: From the research there, it was found that in the insolvency proceedings were participated more respondents from the Czech Republic, especially in the position of the creditor and the entity that gave an insolvency proposal. In the other areas, the results are from the answers of the respondents in both countries practically comparable. Conclusions: In both countries there is possible to observe a significant tendency for respondents actively solve their own problems in the area of insolvency, only less than 10% of owners will be waiting for the steps of creditors.

  17. Mikrobiální charakteristiky v přirozeném teplotním gradientu propasti Silická Ľadnica, NP Slovenský kras

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    Petrásek, Jiří; Krištůfek, Václav; Elhottová, Dana

    2010-01-01

    Roč. 9, č. 1 (2010), s. 27-34 ISSN 1336-1120 R&D Projects: GA MŠk LC06066 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z60660521 Keywords : temperature gradient * bacteria * Ice Cave Subject RIV: EH - Ecology, Behaviour

  18. Idea čechoslovakismu versus dotváření svébytného slovenského politického národa v první Československé republice

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    Rychlík, Jan

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 21, č. 2 (2017), s. 431-440 ISSN 1338-7219 Institutional support: RVO:67985921 Keywords : Czechoslovakia, 1918-1938 * Slovakia, 1918-1938 * Czechoslovakism Subject RIV: AB - History OBOR OECD: History (history of science and technology to be 6.3, history of specific sciences to be under the respective headings)

  19. Prejavy personalizácie líderstva: perspektívy slovenských straníckych lídrov vo vzťahu k medializácii

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    Viera Žúborová

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available Expressions of the Personalization of Leadership: Perspectives of Slovak Party Leaders in Relation to their media Coverage. This study examines the impact and position of party leaders in relation to the personalization of politics in the Slovak Republic. It identifies personalization in the media, expressed by an increase in the focus of media coverage on individual politicians. The main objective is to show the nature and presentation of party leaders in relation to the concept of personalization, as well as in relation to the type of presentation (negative, positive, or neutral. The study is based on the common finding that if the political party has a dominant and stable position within the system and the party leader has a strong and charismatic personal characteristic (valence, her or she is presented through positive or neutral messages rather than negative, and vice versa.

  20. Pracovno-rodinný konflikt a zlaďovanie pracovného a rodinného života v českých a slovenských organizáciách

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    Svianteková, Gabriela

    2012-01-01

    This work represents one of the first detailed views on psychological aspects of work-family relationship in our country. I was interested in the relationships between various factors from work and family domains and the part they have in predicting work-family and family-work conflict. The aim of the reseach was to investigate direct relations of variables representing objective engagement of the individual in work and family areas. From the variables influencing the individual on the work s...

  1. Strach ze zesměšnění: Česká a slovenská verze dotazníku GELOPH 15 pro zjišťování gelotofobie

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    Hřebíčková, Martina; Ficková, E.; Klementová, M.; Ruch, W.; Proyer, R.T.

    2009-01-01

    Roč. 53, č. 5 (2009), s. 468-479 ISSN 0009-062X R&D Projects: GA ČR GA406/07/1561 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z70250504 Keywords : Fear of being laughted at * gelotophobia * GELOPH 15 Subject RIV: AN - Psychology Impact factor: 0.226, year: 2009

  2. Přístup českých a slovenských inzerentů k inzerci na propagandistických a konspiračních webech

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    Hrivňák, Adam

    2017-01-01

    The aim of this thesis is to provide insight into problematics of buying programmatic advertising on conspiracy and propagandistic websites. Besides it presents the approach of Czech and Slovak advertisers to advertising on mentioned websites. In theoretical point of view thesis discusses the cause from 3 different perspectives. First the thesis provides technical approach as it shows how programmatic advertising works. Second aspect examines if presence of these websites is in contrary to ma...

  3. Holocenní souvrství pod Skalou Posledného komína v Zádielské tiesňavě (NP Slovenský kras)

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    Ložek, Vojen; Cílek, Václav

    2014-01-01

    Roč. 2013, č. 1 (2014), s. 160-164 ISSN 0514-8057 Institutional support: RVO:67985831 Keywords : Holocene * rock-face talus * foam sinter * molluscan succession * Slovak Karst * Slovakia Subject RIV: DB - Geology ; Mineralogy http://www.geology.cz/zpravy/obsah/2013/Zpr2013F-2.pdf

  4. Stratigrafie a malakofauna holocenní výplně jeskyně Pod valem (Zádielská tiesňava, NP Slovenský kras)

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    Ložek, Vojen

    2011-01-01

    Roč. 2010, - (2011), s. 62-65 ISSN 0514-8057 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z30130516 Keywords : Slovak Karst * cave fill * extreme habitat * Holocene * Mollusca * Zebrina detrita Subject RIV: DB - Geology ; Mineralogy http://www.geology.cz/zpravy/obsah/2010/zpravy-2010-14.pdf

  5. Strošek lastniškega kapitala podjetja: primer ocene za izbrane slovenske delniške družbe = Cost of Equity Capital: An Example of Evaluation for Selected Slovene Joint-Stock Companies

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    Igor Stubelj

    2009-03-01

    Full Text Available The article sheds light on the evaluation of cost of equity, which is important as it determines the minimum yield the investors require on the invested capital. We use the cost of equity as a discount rate to calculate the present value of the expected free cash flows which belongs to the owners of equity capital. In the article, the methodological solutions for the evaluation of the equity capital cost with the CAPM on the Slovene financial market are shown. The Slovene capital market is a developing market with a short time line of available historical data. We evaluate the equity capital cost for selected Slovene companies.

  6. Slovenské a moravské Karpaty v poslední době ledové - ostrov "sibiřské tajgy" v Evropě

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    Jankovská, Vlasta

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 7, č. 1 (2008), s. 122-130 ISSN 1336-1120 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA205/06/0587; GA AV ČR(CZ) IAA6005309 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z60050516 Keywords : West Carpathians * Last Glacial Period * vegetation Subject RIV: EF - Botanics

  7. Genetická variabilita populací pancířníka Pantelozetes cavaticus v českých a slovenských jeskyních

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    Kokořová, Petra; Starý, Josef; Žurovcová, Martina; Luptáčik, P.

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 22, č. 2 (2017), s. 78-79 ISSN 1335-213X. [Vedecká konferencia Výskum, využívanie a ochrana jaskýň /11./. 25.10.2017-26.10.2017, Liptovský Mikuláš] Institutional support: RVO:60077344 Keywords : genetic variability * Pantelozetes cavaticus * Czech and Slovak caves Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology OBOR OECD: Biochemistry and molecular biology

  8. Metody vhodné pro analýzu kvality ovzduší - porovnání ovzduší vybraných jeskyní v NP Slovenský kras

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    Elhottová, Dana; Petrásek, Jiří; Tříska, Jan; Nováková, Alena; Růžičková, Kamila; Zahradníčková, Helena

    2009-01-01

    Roč. 14, č. 2 (2009), s. 175-176 ISSN 1335-213X. [Vedecká konferencia Výskum, využívanie a ochrana jaskýň /7./. 10.11.2009-13.11.2009, Smolenice] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z60660521; CEZ:AV0Z50070508; CEZ:AV0Z60870520 Keywords : qualitative air analysis * caves * NP Slovak Karst Subject RIV: EH - Ecology, Behaviour

  9. Vývoj naděje dožití v České a Slovenské republice od rozdělení společného státu

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    Kurtinová, Olga; Otáhalová, H.

    2014-01-01

    Roč. 20, č. 2 (2014), s. 47-74 ISSN 0567-8293 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GAP404/11/0145 Institutional support: RVO:68378025 Keywords : development of the population * life expectancy in good health * decomposition Subject RIV: AO - Sociology, Demography

  10. Péče o předškolní děti z pohledu rodičů: srovnání České a Slovenské republiky

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    Maříková, Hana; Lutherová, S.

    2013-01-01

    Roč. 7, č. 4 (2013), s. 9-14 ISSN 1802-5854 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GAP404/10/1586 Institutional support: RVO:68378025 Keywords : preschool facilities * Czech Republic, * qualitative research Subject RIV: AO - Sociology, Demography

  11. Vliv českých a slovenských "YouTuberů" na nákupní chování mladé generace

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    Kadlecová, Kateřina

    2017-01-01

    This thesis is dealing with the influence of Czech and Slovakian YouTubers on the young generation up to 26 years of age. The aim of this thesis is to find out whether young people watch videos of YouTubers and whether they feel influenced by the advertisement in their videos. This thesis is divided into two parts. The first part describes consumer behaviour, factors that influence it and specifics of young generation. The second part is aimed at YouTube: it describes YouTube advertising, exp...

  12. Obvinění Ladislava Novomeského z tzv. slovenského buržoazního nacionalismu a jeho sebekritika na jaře 1950

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    Doskočil, Zdeněk

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 25, č. 2 (2017), s. 189-238 ISSN 1210-6860 R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA16-02046S Institutional support: RVO:67985963 Keywords : History * Czechoslovakia * Czech-Slovak relations * Ladislav Novomeský * Slovak Bourgeois Nationalism * Communist Party of Slovakia * Political Trials Subject RIV: AB - History OBOR OECD: History (history of science and technology to be 6.3, history of specific sciences to be under the respective headings)

  13. Stáří kupy netopýřího guana v jeskyni Domica (NP Slovenský kras) a elektronová mikroskopie exkrementů netopýrů

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    Krištůfek, Václav; Elhottová, Dana; Kováč, L.; Chroňáková, Alica; Žák, Karel; Světlík, Ivo

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 46, č. 1 (2008), s. 163-170 ISSN 0560-3137 R&D Projects: GA MŠk LC06066; GA AV ČR IAA600660607 Grant - others:Agentúra na podporu vedy a techniky SR(SK) APVT-20-035802 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z60660521; CEZ:AV0Z30130516; CEZ:AV0Z10480505 Keywords : karstic caves * bat guano * excrements Subject RIV: EH - Ecology, Behaviour

  14. Porovnání účetních a daňových odpisů v České a Slovenské republice

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    Purgyiová, Mária

    2015-01-01

    The aim of this study is to explain the meaning and the method of determination of depreciation and to compare the systems of depreciation of assets in the Czech and Slovak Republic. The first chapter describes and analysis the tax and accounting depreciation from the point of view of the Czech Republic. The second and third chapter evaluates tax and accounting depreciation of assets in the Czech and Slovak Republic and also explores the differences between them. The last chapter contains the...

  15. Metodologické reflexie a východiská česko-slovenských a slovensko-českých literárnych vzťahov

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    Zelenková, Anna

    2009-01-01

    Roč. 12, č. 2 (2009), s. 3-29 ISSN 1212-1509 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90920516 Keywords : Czech-Slovak literary relations * mutuality and non-mutuality * imagology * comparative literary studies Subject RIV: AJ - Letters, Mass-media, Audiovision

  16. Metodologické reflexie a východiská česko-slovenských a slovensko-českých literárnych vzťahov

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    Zelenková, Anna

    2009-01-01

    Roč. 12, č. 2 (2009), s. 3-29 ISSN 1212-1509 R&D Projects: GA AV ČR IAA900920702 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90920516 Keywords : Czech-Slovak literary relations * mutuality and non-mutuality * imagology * comparative literary studies Subject RIV: AJ - Letters, Mass-media, Audiovision

  17. Air pollution restrictions in electrical production system

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    Gallizioli, G.

    1993-01-01

    A description of the principal characteristics regarding the Italian electrical power system and the evolution of standardization in air pollution control is given. Afterwards, ENEL (the Italian National Electricity Board) actions in the environmental protection field (with particular respect to thermo-electrical production) are presented. Finally, principal ENEL research programs on new air pollution control technologies are discussed

  18. EdF let Germans manage Stredoslovenska Energetika

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    Janoska, J.

    2003-01-01

    According to provisions of privatisation and shareholders agreement Stredoslovenska energetika (SSE), a.s., Zilina should be managed by the largest European power concern Electricite de France (EdF). But so far, one year after the acquisition, the only French member of the Supervisory board is its Chairman Patrick Luccioni. The Board has 5 members and two of them are German - Peter Weis and Martin Konerman. The latter joined in September this year. He came to Slovakia after years spent in Boards of Hungarian distribution companies - Elmu in Budapest and Emasz in Miskolcz. The name of Peter Weis still can be found on the web page of Emasz on the list of members of Supervisory Board. Strategic partner in both the mentioned Hungarian distribution companies is the third largest player on the German energy market - Energie Baden-Wurttemberg (EnBW). The French concern with its 35-percent stake is the biggest individual shareholder of the EnBW. EdF is reassessing its international projects. Due to an investment embargo the French will not be among the prospects interested in acquisition of Slovenske elektrarne, a.s., Bratislava but the company management has also announced its intention to sell its minority stakes in northern and eastern Europe. The Paris head office of EdF announced its decision in the time when privatisation of Slovak distribution companies was culminating. And so in order to maintain its influence the 49-percent stake in SSE together with management control over the company will be transferred to EnBW. Spokeswoman of EnBW, Petra Wollmer did not say the company would not plan any acquisitions in area of its core business but stressed that these would have to be thoroughly examined. She did not wish to comment on any potential plans the company may have in Slovakia or that would relate to changes in the management bodies of SSE. Not even the Head of Communication Department of the Slovak distribution company, Pavel Muller was allowed to publish any

  19. Statement of participants at the International Conference on Can Slovakia secure energy supply and sustainable development without nuclear?

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    Mikus, T.; Suchomel, J.

    2004-01-01

    The participants at the Conference called on decision makers both in the European Union (EU) and in Slovakia to provide fair treatment to nuclear power compared with other energy sources, especially with renewable, without prejudice to nuclear safety. This implies ensuring equality in terms of economics, tax, and accounting for externalities. The participants called on the Slovak government to initiate studies that compare the full life-cycle costs, impacts and risks, across the spectrum of energy sources and uses. They should also internalize the external costs. The participants called for a debate on the Slovak energy needs, taking into account the environmental impact of all potential sources of energy and the costs of providing electricity from those sources, and in addition a rational and objective analysis of the security of supply of those sources. It is necessary to have a range of sources for electricity generation that are cost effective and reliable, and respect the environment. The Slovak economy cannot withstand a sudden loss of its guaranteed energy supply. The participants believe that the major government role is setting overall policy for the economy, energy and the environment, with an adequate base in legislation and institutional competence. The Slovak government should have clear strategies for achieving self-sufficient energy-policy goals with reserve power and for meeting climate-change and air-quality goals. The Conference concluded that the nuclear option should remain open in Slovakia, as part of a balanced energy mix, in line with developments abroad and the EU Green Paper from 2000; the alternative is Slovak's failure to secure an affordable energy supply for its citizens. The participants supported the completion of Mochovce 3, 4, complying with enhanced safety requirements, as the most effective option. In Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. (SE) privatization, the government should insist on as large an involvement of Slovak firms in the

  20. Solar radiation as a factor influencing the raid spruce bark beetle (Ips typographus) during spring swarming

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    Mezei, P.

    2011-01-01

    Monitoring of spruce bark beetle in nature reserve Fabova hola Mountain in the Slovenske Rudohorie Mountains at an altitude of 1.100-1.440 meters was conducted from 2006 to 2009. Slovenske Rudohorie Mountains was affected by two windstorms (2004 and 2007) followed by a gradation of bark beetles. This article has examined the dependence between amount of solar radiation and trapping of spruce bark beetle into pheromone traps.

  1. Effect of crosslinking on the properties of composites based on LDPE and conducting organic filler

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    Mičušík, M.; Omastová, M.; Nógellová, Z.; Fedorko, P.; Olejníková, K.; Trchová, Miroslava; Chodák, I.

    2006-01-01

    Roč. 42, č. 10 (2006), s. 2379-2388 ISSN 0014-3057 R&D Projects: GA AV ČR IAA400500504 Grant - others:MŠ Slovenské republiky(SK) 2/4024/04; MŠ Slovenské republiky(SK) 1/2021/05 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z40500505 Keywords : composites * polypyrrole * polyethylene Subject RIV: BM - Solid Matter Physics ; Magnetism Impact factor: 2.113, year: 2006

  2. SAP Nuclear Competence Centre

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    Andrlova, Z.

    2009-01-01

    In this issue we continue and introduce the SAP Nuclear Competence Centre and its head Mr. Igor Dzama. SAP Nuclear Competence Centrum is one of the fi rst competence centres outside ENEL headquarters. It should operate in Slovakia and should have competencies within the whole Enel group. We are currently dealing with the issues of organisation and funding. We are trying to balance the accountability to the NPP directors and to the management of the competence centres at Enel headquarters; we are looking at the relations between the competence centres within the group and defining the services that we will provide for the NPPs. author)

  3. Introducing Zenith project

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    Dupejova, E.

    2008-01-01

    Zenith ia a international program of continuous improvement, aimed at reaching high work performance in all ENEL activities and in all countries where ENEL is present Zenith covers various projects aimed at cost reduction, processes simplification and performance improvement that have been already initiated in the past (DTC, TTC, QUASAR...) The program includes 5 pillars to reach perfection: - reaching for operational proficiency by underlining the leading role of ENEL and continuous searching possibilities how to improve processes and activities; - to learn methods of continuous the others; - to learn and apply the methods of improvement; - continuously apply the methods of improvement; - continuously monitor and publish the results and implementation of ZENITH standard. (author)

  4. „Náš národ Slovenský jest naposledy nepřestanné pilnosti a pracování oddaný.“ Teoretické koncepcie výskumu historických stereotypov aplikované pri analýze stereotypu pracovitosti Slovákov v 19. storočí

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    Rastislav Molda

    2011-12-01

    Full Text Available The article offers the theoretical concepts and methodological guidelines for research on  historical stereotypes of the major European theorists from the various social science disciplines. For us, an important theoretical and methodological interpretation of  ethnic and other stereotypes was formulated by Professor Hans Hening Hahn, as well as other Central European researchers. We use the presented theoretical and methodological guidelines to analyse the stereotype of Slovakian diligence. The primary sources of the textual analysis are ethnographic travelogues and diverse literature of Slovak origin, which are  rich sources for scientific interpretation of stereotypes. Writers resorted to an idealization and generalization of character, physical appearance and other characteristics of the population of Ungarn and the Habsburg monarchy, and so there were constructed ethnic/national, cultural, confessional, gender, as well as other auto/heterostereotypes. We deal with the stereotype of Slovak diligence, with specific attention to the situation in which they were formulated, we point out their tasks and the reciprocal interaction with other auto- and heterostereotypes.

  5. Jsou opravdu Slováci „emočnější“ než Češi? Sonda do emocionality českých a slovenských vysokoškoláků

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    Poláčková Šolcová, Iva; Tavel, P.; Kolarčik, P.

    2013-01-01

    Roč. 57, č. 5 (2013), s. 406-429 ISSN 0009-062X Grant - others:GA MŠk(CZ) EE.2.3.20.0063 Institutional support: RVO:68081740 Keywords : Czechs * Slovaks * emotions * emotion regulation Subject RIV: AN - Psychology Impact factor: 0.292, year: 2013

  6. DIY or Die! Proměny českých a slovenských hardcore-punkových scén a fanzinů od 90. let 20. století do současnosti

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    Jiří Almer

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available This study deals with the changes within Czech and Slovak hardcore-punk fanzines from the beginning of 90s up to the present time. It’s based on research into youth subculture and also on the interpretation of “independent” literature in accordance with media studies. Firstly, it analyzes marginal subculture (or scene of hardcore-punk and focuses on its production, meaning printed fanzines. Secondly the study asks whether those fanzines could be considered as “contraculture”, therefore an independent or antagonistic sphere against so called mainstream cultural production. The main object of the thesis is the enumeration of Czech and Slovak fanzines in the above mentioned period and mainly interpretations of political topics reflected in that mags, as well as their changes and corrections.

  7. Slovensko-česká a česko-slovenská dvojjazyčná lexikografia. Vývinový prehľad od 19. storočia po súčasnosť. Časť 2

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    Gajdošová, Katarína

    2015-01-01

    Roč. 80, 1/2 (2015), s. 37-72 ISSN 0037-6981 R&D Projects: GA ČR GAP406/11/2304 Institutional support: RVO:68378092 Keywords : dictionary * lexicography * bilingual * Slovak * Czech Subject RIV: AI - Linguistics

  8. Vplyv rôznych foriem vlastníctva na efektivitu Českých a Slovenských bánk: Prístup analýzy stochastických hraníc

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    Baruník, Jozef; Soták, B.

    2010-01-01

    Roč. 58, č. 2 (2010), s. 207-224 ISSN 0032-3233 R&D Projects: GA ČR GA402/09/0965; GA ČR GD402/09/H045 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z10750506 Keywords : stochastic frontier analysis * ownership forms * bank efficiency Subject RIV: AH - Economics Impact factor: 0.650, year: 2010

  9. Trendy ve spotřebě léčiv z ATC skupiny A10 za období 2005-2009: porovnání situace v České a Slovenské republice

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    Písaříková, Zuzana

    2009-01-01

    This thesis describes a methodology for expressing the consumption of drugs, a system of ATC/DDD, ATC classification and DDD recommended daily dose assigment. It acquaints readers with the most appropriate data source for consumption determining and also inform about diabetes mellitus. This involves also recommended standards of medical care in diabetes by the Czech Diabetes Association, with which is comparethe actual consumption of drugs in the Czech Republic and Slovakia at the conclusion....

  10. Politika odvolání jako inovativní nástroj prosazování transparentnosti a občanské účasti ve slovenské a polské místní samosprávě

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    Smith, Michael

    2011-01-01

    Roč. 43, č. 4 (2011), s. 338-361 ISSN 0049-1225 R&D Projects: GA MV VG20102013029 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z70280505 Keywords : local recall * recall referendum * local government Subject RIV: AO - Sociology, Demography Impact factor: 0.191, year: 2011 http://www.sav.sk/journals/uploads/08240943Smith%20-%20OK.pdf

  11. Zájem České republiky o Čechy žijící v zahraničí na pozadí situace ve Slovenské republice (od vystěhovalectví přes exulantství k moderní diaspoře)

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    Brouček, Stanislav

    2015-01-01

    Roč. 61, č. 4 (2015), s. 213-232 ISSN 0323-0619 Institutional support: RVO:68378076 Keywords : migration * emigration * emigration policy * exile * modern diaspora * Czechs living abroad * Czech-Slovak relations * ethnicity * ethnic group * nation Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  12. Srovnání podmínek pro vývoj neziskového sektoru v České republice a Slovenské republice po rozpadu ČSFR. Vztah státu a NNO.

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    Köstelová, Ivana

    2006-01-01

    This mastrer's thesis introduces the development of the non-profit sector in the Czech Repulbic and the Slovak Republik after the breakup of the ČSFR, comparing the conditions for NGOs operating in both states, in particular the legal framework, the tax policy and their financial support from state. It aims to study which of these two states provides more advantageous environment for the non-profit sector development.

  13. Slovenský diplomat Ilja Rath v československých službách u Svatého stolce. Únor 1948 a konec československého diplomatického zastoupení u Svatého stolce

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    Pehr, Michal

    2017-01-01

    Roč. 65, č. 2 (2017), s. 335-351 ISSN 0018-2575 Institutional support: RVO:67985921 Keywords : Rath, Ilja * Czechoslovakia, 1948-1950 * Holy See, 1948-1950 Subject RIV: AB - History OBOR OECD: History (history of science and technology to be 6.3, history of specific sciences to be under the respective headings)

  14. What is capitalism and what comes next? První společná konference slovenské asociace pro sociální antropology a české asociace pro sociální antropologii v Pezinoku 21.-22. 9. 2009

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    Uherek, Zdeněk

    2010-01-01

    Roč. 97, č. 1 (2010), s. 76-77 ISSN 0009-0794 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z90580513 Keywords : social anthropology * Slovak Republic Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology Impact factor: 0.343, year: 2010

  15. Status of nuclear energy in Slovakia

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    Tomek, J.

    2008-01-01

    In this work author presents the status of nuclear energy in Slovakia. There are the electricity production; NPP operating results in 2007; ENEL-SE vision, mission and strategy, Continuous improvement programs as well as public acceptance of nuclear presented.

  16. LS1: electrical engineering upgrades and consolidation

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    Duval, F.

    2012-01-01

    3 different types of activities are planned by the Engineering Department Electrical Engineering (EN-EL) Group for the first long shut down (LS1). First, the consolidation of EN-EL's ageing infrastructure elements. It is part of a 15- year programme aiming at increasing the reliability and availability of the power distribution network. Secondly, the maintenance of the accelerators infrastructure. In addition to the usual periodic operations and those delayed until LS1, the group will address more demanding activities like the replacement campaigns for irradiated cables and non-radiation resistant fibres as well as the removal of unused cables in particularly overcrowded areas. Thirdly, a vast amount of user copper and optical fibre cabling requests: EN-EL estimates that only 50% of LS1 requests are currently known. The main activities will be EN-EL's contributions to the R2E project, BE-BI upgrade projects, and the RF upgrade project in SPS BA3

  17. Steam coal markets forum - the buyers` outlook

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    Graybeal, W.R.; Costa, D.; Iyer, S.; Perego, G. [Apex Resources Group (United States)

    1996-12-31

    The session contains four presentations: a talk on the uncertain future of coal, by Bill Graybeal of Apex Resources Group; a talk on coal procurement at the Sines power plant in Portugal, by Duarte Costa of CPPE-EDP group, Portugal; a presentation by Suresh Iyer of NEPCO on coal at the New England Power Company; and a paper by Giovanni Perego of ENEL Spa, Italy on coal imports and coal use by ENEL.

  18. SAMOOSKRBA GOSPODINJSKEGA ODJEMA S SONČNO ELEKTRARNO IN BATERIJSKIM SISTEMOM

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    VIDMAJER, DAVID

    2016-01-01

    Diplomsko delo opiše in analizira otočno delovanje stanovanjskega objekta za štiričlansko družino z izbiro primerne sončne elektrarne, litij-ionskih baterij in dizelskega agregata (off-grid system). V diplomski nalogi smo na kratko predstavili problematiko delovanja sončne elektrarne, delovanje otočnega sistema in elemente, ki so nujni za njegovo obratovanje, ter opis in delovanje baterij. Sledi opis enačb za modeliranje komponent otočnega sistema, po kateremu principu smo naredili tudi nadal...

  19. Produkty lipidové peroxidace v plazmě pacientů s chronickou pankreatitidou

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    Podborská, Martina; Lojek, Antonín; Kubala, Lukáš; Buňková, Radka; Márová, I.; Ševčíková, A.; Trna, J.; Dítě, P.

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. 2 (2008), s. 148 ISSN 1212-3536. [Sjezd českých a slovenských alergologů a klinických imunologů /25./ a Kongres českých a slovenských imunologů s mezinárodní účastí /12./. 29.10.2008-1.11.2008, Praha] Grant - others:GA MZd(CZ) NR9295 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50040507; CEZ:AV0Z50040702 Keywords : chronic pancreatitis * lipid peroxidation * HPLC Subject RIV: BO - Biophysics

  20. Vliv serotoninu na oxidativní vzplanutí neutrofilů

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    Číž, Milan; Čížová, Hana; Okénková, K.; Jančinová, V.; Drábiková, K.; Nosál, R.; Lojek, Antonín

    2006-01-01

    Roč. 8, č. 2 (2006), s. 29-30 ISSN 1212-3536. [Sjezd českých a slovenských alergologů a klinických imunologů /23./, Kongres českých a slovenských imunologů /11./. 25.10.2006-28.10.2006, Hradec Králové] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA524/04/0897 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50040507 Keywords : serotonin * chemiluminescence * neutrophils Subject RIV: BO - Biophysics

  1. Ochranný vliv prekolonizace laktobacily na vývoj střevního zánětu

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    Kozáková, Hana; Schwarzer, Martin; Hudcovic, Tomáš; Hrnčíř, Tomáš; Štěpánková, Renata; Tlaskalová-Hogenová, Helena; Řezanka, Tomáš; Cukrowska, B.

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. 2 (2008), s. 128-128 ISSN 1212-3536. [Sjezd českých a slovenských alergologů a klinických imunologů /25./ a Kongres českých a slovenských imunologů s mezinárodní účastí /12./. 29.10.2008-1.11.2008, Praha] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50200510 Keywords : germ-free Subject RIV: EC - Immunology

  2. Probiotic Lactobacillus casei and paracasei strains in the managment of cow´s milk protein allergy

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    Cukrowska, B.; Ceregra, A.; Rosiak, I.; Kozáková, Hana; Czarnowska, E.; Schwarzer, Martin; Motyl, I.; Libudzisz, Z.

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. 2 (2008), s. 71-71 ISSN 1212-3536. [Sjezd českých a slovenských alergologů a klinických imunologů /25./ a Kongres českých a slovenských imunologů s mezinárodní účastí /12./. 29.10.2008-1.11.2008, Praha] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50200510 Keywords : lactobacilli Subject RIV: EC - Immunology

  3. Oblikovanje kuhinjskega tekstila s termokromnim barvilom ter nanos vodo in oljeodbojne apreture

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    Brenčič, Katja

    2017-01-01

    Z združevanjem slovenske in sirske motivike vezenin sem za potisk kuhinjskega tekstila oblikovala različne kolekcije vzorcev. Poglobila sem se v izvor in pomen posameznih motivov slovenske in tuje kulturne dediščine ter jih kot poziv k strpnosti in ozaveščanju združila v celoto. Za potisk sem uporabila navadne pigmente in termokromno barvilo. Pri slednjem me je predvsem zanimala možnost mešanja z navadnimi tiskarskimi pigmenti. Izbrane tiskarske paste sem testirala na blagu, ki sem ga kasneje...

  4. Malé osobnosti veľkých dejín – veľké osobnosti malých dejín IV. Príspevky k hudobnej regionalistike, Slovenské národné múzeum – Hudobné múzeum, Brämerova kúria, Bratislava 30. listopadu – 1. prosince 2017

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    Kachlík, Jan

    2018-01-01

    Roč. 55, č. 1 (2018), s. 102-104 ISSN 0018-7003. [Malé osobnosti veľkých dejín – veľké osobnosti malých dejín IV. Príspevky k hudobnej regionalistike. Bratislava, 30.11.2017-01.12.2017] Institutional support: RVO:68378076 Keywords : music ology * conference Subject RIV: AL - Art, Architecture, Cultural Heritage OBOR OECD: Performing arts studies ( Music ology, Theater science, Dramaturgy)

  5. Economies of scale versus economies of density in the electricity distribution. A quantitative analysis; Economie di scala versus economie di densita' nella distribuzione elettrica. Un'analisi quantitativa

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    Gulli' , F. [IEFE, Universita' Bocconi, Milan (Italy)

    2000-06-01

    The aim of this article is to analyse the costs of the electricity distribution in Italy. The case examined (Enel's distribution activity) is particularly interesting. In fact the specific organization of Enel allows to separate the effects of firm scale from the influence of the customers territorial concentration (territorial density). On this subject, the results of the econometric analysis shows that density economics are more important than scale economics. [Italian] L'obiettivo di questo articolo e' analizzare i costi nell'attivita' di distribuzione elettrica in Italia. Il caso esaminato, la distribuzione dell'Enel, e' a questo proposito particolarmente interessante, grazie alla specifica organizzazione dell'Enel che prevede la presenza di centri di gestione gerarchicamente separati. E' stato cosi' possibile distinguere nettamente fra effetti dovuti alla scala produttiva ed effetti connessi alla concentrazione territoriale dell'utenza (effetti di densita'). Il modello econometrico costruito sui dati dell'Enel ha, al riguardo, permesso di verificare che le economie di densita' sono piu' importanti di quelle di scala.

  6. Electricity producer SE decided to solve crisis through offensive

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    Janoska, J.

    2003-01-01

    Instalment payments in this and the coming two years amount to 32 billion Sk (762.8 mn Euro) - that is about 60 percent of the overall credit burden of the electricity producer Slovenske elektrarne (SE). And so the situation from three years ago is repeating itself - a new financial department of the company is expected to lead the company out of the substantial cash-flow crisis caused by credit burden. This difficulties have been caused by decisions taken by state like building of power plant in Mochovce. Minister Nemcsics will not be in the position to complete his ambition to direct the activities of SE, his successor will need time to find his way and so the solution stays in hands of the company management. Where will they look for the necessary recourses? The operation generates virtually no cash-flow increase - reminds General Manager for Economy and Finances, Milos Sujansky. What the manager considers a possible solution is loan restructuring. 'We have to review the whole loan portfolio in order to eliminate the pressure caused by the necessity to repay the debts in 2004 and the beginning of 2005 and that would allow as to survive in a relatively normal state,' unveils the company plans M. Sujansky. That would mean postponing the instalment payments until 2007. Before this strategy was prepared the existing debts had to be analysed. The results of this analysis showed 'an inconsistent debt portfolio with many non-standard elements anchored in relevant contracts'. In the opinion of Director for External Financing this fact makes the loan management and decision making in regards to assets/liabilities structure difficult. 'When you have 35 different loans and every contract is different - communication and monitoring costs much effort,' he adds. According to an Auditors Report for 2002 prepared according to ISA standards even the share of third-party capital is high and inhomogeneous. The previous financial management managed to minimize the deficit. The fact

  7. Pumped storage hydroelectric power plant Cierny Vah

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    2006-01-01

    This leaflet describes the Enterprise Cierny Vah Pumped storage hydropower plants of the joint stock company Slovenske elektrarne, a.s. (Cierny Vah PSHP). Cierny Vah PSHP has been designed and built for providing the reliable and quality electric energy supply and for covering load changes of an electrification system (ES). It is mainly the pumped storage hydro power plants which in our conditions are the sources operatively covering the sudden changes of the ES load from the ecological, economic but mainly from the operational point of view. The electric energy generation volume is not the primary standpoint but especially their control functions in the ES. During the building of the Cierny Vah PSP the peak operation with the daily accumulation, participation in frequency control and output in ES and the compensation function in ES were to be its main tasks. After putting it into operation but especially after its becoming independent of the Slovak ES in 1994 the static functions (energy generation from pumping, balance output reserves, daily control,...) gave way to dynamic functions which gained greater importance (sudden load changes control of ES, immediate meeting of the daily load diagram, frequency control and outputs given in ES, etc.) After interconnection of our ES with the UCPTE West European association in which there are besides other things, the strict criteria for observing balance of outputs, the main functions of PSPs are as follows: 1. Dynamic services for ES 2. Dispatching reserve for the fall out of the greatest ES block 3. Observing the foreign cooperation balance agreed 4. Compensation of peaks and also of sudden daily load diagram reductions. All the work is divided into four parts from the building point of view: The upper reservoir is an artificial one without the natural water inflow, built by excavation and slope on an Unknown elevation more than 1.150 m above sea level. A leading slope with a gradient 1:2 and a bottom of the reservoir

  8. Estnisk poesi võgar ta plats / Michel Ekman

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    Ekman, Michel

    2008-01-01

    Arvustus: Rooste, Jürgen. Presidenten bor nõnstans i närheten / översättning: Peeter Puide. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; fs. 2007 / översättning: Peeter Puide. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Kruusa, Kalju. Mötesvis / översättning: Peeter Puide. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Estniska ballader / översättning: Ilmar Laaban. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Laaban, Ilmar. Palingarderomb. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Under, Marie. Gnistor i askan / översättning: Enel Melberg. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Wuolijoki, Hella. Sõngen om kriget / översättning: Enel Melberg. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Alver, Betti. Historien om den vita krõkan / översättning: Enel Melberg. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Kareva, Doris. Tidens gestalt / översättning: Peeter Puide. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007

  9. The legal position of the operator and the constructor as regards construction of a nuclear power plant

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    Sartorelli, Claudio

    1976-01-01

    Implementation of the Italian nuclear power programme requires that ENEL (the Italian State Electricity Agency) should solve a series of problems which are not only political, technical and financial, but also legal. The latter include the different positions held by constructors and operators in the nuclear law field. Although the operator must necessarily entrust construction work by contract to specialized agencies, the constructor as a person proper is completely ignored by the legislation in force, while the operator, as the holder of the construction licence is responsible with regard to all the provisions concerning controls, tests, inspections, etc. In recent years ENEL has frequently concluded ''turnkey'' contracts, but in future, given the desirability of diversifying the orders, ENEL may adopt a different policy, and negotiate different contracts with the suppliers of various components. (N.E.A.)

  10. Antonín Hořejš — neúnavný propagátor nového Slovenska / Antonín Hořejš — the propagator of new Slovakia

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    Klára Prešnajderová

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available During the interwar period Antonín Horejš was an important propagator of modern design in Slovakia. He was the man behind the art magazines Slovenská Grafia (Slovak Graphic Art and Nová Bratislava (New Bratislava. The first magazine was dedicated to ‘new typography’, the other was about the social aspects of art.

  11. Ideologi er noget bras

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    Hansen, Brian Benjamin; Bjerre, Henrik Jøker

    fra den slovenske filosof Slavoj Zizek stilles imidlertid det spørgsmål i bogen, om ideologien idag ikke blot har taget en anden form. Vi lever i dag ikke i post-ideologiske tider. Snarere er braset selv – X Factor, forbrugsobjekter, underholdning, følelser og balloner – blevet den næsten usynlige...

  12. Aspects of Knowledge Management Programme Implementation into Management System of NPP Operator

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    Sudakov, V.

    2016-01-01

    Full text: The paper deals with the implementation of KM tools and approaches in NPPs of Slovenské elektrárne. The case study emphasizes the importance of KM programme introduction into the existing management system of the company taking into account sustainability and successful of the programme and demonstrates some practical examples. (author

  13. Lipolytic activity of potential probiotic enterococci and additive staphylococci

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    Simonová, M.; Sirotek, Kamil; Marounek, Milan; Lauková, A.

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 77, č. 5 (2008), s. 575-580 ISSN 0001-7213 Grant - others:Slovenská Akademie věd(SK) VEGA 2/0008/28 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50450515 Keywords : bacteria * lipase * metabolic activity Subject RIV: GH - Livestock Nutrition Impact factor: 0.395, year: 2008

  14. Úloha anti-annexinových protilátek v reprodukci

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    Ulčová-Gallová, Z.; Mičanová, Z.; Bibková, K.; Kyselová, Vendula; Mukenšnábl, P.; Hadravská, Š.

    2004-01-01

    Roč. 6, Suppl. 2 (2004), s. 34 ISSN 1212-687X. [Sjezd českých a slovenských klinických imunologů /21./. Brno, 03.11.2004-06.11.2004] R&D Projects: GA MZd NH7400 Keywords : annexin * primary antiphospholipid e syndrome * trophoblast Subject RIV: EC - Immunology

  15. Diagnosis and Elimination of Thallium after an Intentional Intoxication

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    Pelclová, D.; Šenholdová, Z.; Lukáš, E.; Urban, P.; Ridzoň, P.; Vlček, K.; Navrátil, Tomáš

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 101, č. 14 (2007), s. 249-250 ISSN 0009-2770. [Mezioborová česko-slovenská toxikologická konference /12./. Praha, 11.06.2007-13.06.2007] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z40400503 Keywords : Prussian blue * excretion * neurological * alopecia Subject RIV: CF - Physical ; Theoretical Chemistry Impact factor: 0.683, year: 2007

  16. Výskyt aspergilů v jeskyních České republiky, Slovenska, Rumunska a Španělska

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    Nováková, Alena; Hubka, Vít

    -, č. 125 (2013), s. 20 ISSN 1213-5887. [Česko-slovenská vědecká mykologická konference /3./. 29.08.2013-31.08.2013, Olomouc] Institutional support: RVO:60077344 ; RVO:61388971 Keywords : aspergilli * caves * Europe Subject RIV: EE - Microbiology, Virology

  17. Experimental background of pain treatment by heat application - rapid heating and cooling in patch clamp experiments

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    Dittert, Ivan; Slovák, P.; Jíra, J.

    2005-01-01

    Roč. 8, Suppl.2 (2005), s. 32-32 ISSN 1212-0634. [Česko-Slovenské dialógy o bolesti /7./. 13.10.2005 - 15.10.2005, Bojnice] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50110509 Keywords : patch clamp * channels Subject RIV: CF - Physical ; Theoretical Chemistry

  18. Frustrated Lewis pairs-assisted tritium labeling

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    Marek, Aleš; Široká, Sabina; Elbert, Tomáš

    2016-01-01

    Roč. 14, č. 5 (2016), s. 219 ISSN 2336-7202. [Sjezd českých a slovenských chemických společností /68./. 04.09.2016-07.09.2016, Praha] Institutional support: RVO:61388963 Keywords : frustrated Lewis pairs * one-pot synthesis * tritium -labeling Subject RIV: CC - Organic Chemistry

  19. Comparing PD results with visual inspection

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    Rossi, A.; Stone, G.C.

    2005-01-01

    ENEL is the main generation utility in Italy, with more than 200 hydro units and 120 turbine generators, totaling 39,000 MW of capacity. To help identify the maintenance needs of the stator windings in these units, ENEL has been gradually equipping the generators with partial discharge (PD) sensors that facilitate an on-line measurement of the PD. The paper describes results from several machines that have PD. In all cases, the high PD was confirmed by visual inspections. Although PD usually found the units with severe insulation problems, it was not always possible to determine the causes of the deterioration from the PD pattern. (author)

  20. Comparison of different test methods to assess thermal stresses of metal oxide surge arresters under pollution conditions

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    Bargigia, A.; de Nigris, M.; Pigini, A.; Sironi, A.

    1992-01-01

    The report deals with the research conducted by ENEL, the Italian Electricity Board, to assess the performance of zinc oxide surge arresters under pollution condition, with special reference to the consequent thermal stress on internal active parts which can affect the energy handling capabality of the arrester and may lead, in particular conditions, even to thermal runaway

  1. A Particular Experience: How a Nuclear Expert Became an Antinuke

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    Ferrari Ruffino, Giorgio

    2017-01-01

    Between 1968 and 1987, I was in charge of control activities on nuclear fuel design and fabrication of all nuclear power plants of ENEL. At the same time, I attended to several cooperation agreements signed between ENEL and Euratom focused on Post Irradiated fuel Examination (PIE), which was the largest PIE program realized in Europe on power reactors. After the oil shock of 1973, my attitude toward nuclear power changed because the role of nuclear energy was not longer the one outlined in the program Atoms for Peace “to provide abundant electrical energy in the power-starved areas of the world”. On the contrary, its role become to strengthen the position of big energy companies and of the countries that controlled this new technology. So I became an antinuke. Throughout this period, I continued to carry out my control activities on ENEL nuclear fuel, until 1987 when, after the Chernobyl disaster, I decided for a moral objection, as I wrote in an official letter to ENEL, making my decision public.

  2. Kolm tähtsat raamatut Eesti lähiajaloo mõistmiseks / Mai Beijer

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    Beijer, Mai

    2007-01-01

    rets. rmt.: Laar, Mart. September 1944 : Otto Tiefi valitsus. Tallinn : Varrak, 2007. Paju, Imbi. Förträngda minnen/ soome keelest tõlkinud Heidi Granqvist. Stockholm : Atlantis, 2007; eesti keeles: Tõrjutud mälestud, 2007. Kross, Jaan. På stället flyg/eesti keelest tõlkinud Enel Mellberg. Stockholm : Natur & Kultur, 2007; originaali pealkiri: Paigallend, 1998

  3. 78 FR 21930 - Aquenergy Systems, Inc.; Notice of Intent To File License Application, Filing of Pre-Application...

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    2013-04-12

    ... Systems, Inc.; Notice of Intent To File License Application, Filing of Pre-Application Document, and Approving Use of the Traditional Licensing Process a. Type of Filing: Notice of Intent to File License...: November 11, 2012. d. Submitted by: Aquenergy Systems, Inc., a fully owned subsidiaries of Enel Green Power...

  4. Two-band tariff for domestic use: Italian Electricity Board rate structure

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    Barteselli, R.

    1992-01-01

    ENEL (the Italian National Electricity Board) has begun to introduce a new rate structure for households: the 'two-band tariff'. This article is an effort to examine in principle how the new tariff could optimize load management when applied to the whole household sector

  5. Mejoras sanitarias en instituciones o servicios públicos de La Casona, Coto Brus

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    Elías Rosales Escalante

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available En el artículo se expone, por un lado, loque se realiza en la comunidad indígenade la Casona, y por otro, la importanciae interrelación de las técnicas parael tratamiento individual de aguasresiduales, así como la relevancia de estasen la infraestructura sanitaria instalada enel país.

  6. NEW JULY SAHARA

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    Winnie

    wine (Pison, LeGuenno, Lagarde, Enel & Seck, 1993). Sentinel observer surveys. In each of the three ... Linear or logistic regression models, with age and educational levels as adjusting variables, were fitted to assess any potential association between any of these five indicators. (dependent variables) and the report of ...

  7. Presenting the GIEMS project

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    Chudy, M.

    2008-01-01

    GIEMS - Generation units international Enel monitoring system, has been introduced to hydro energetic dispatching in Trencin (Slovakia). It ensures the accessibility and confrontation of technological and economic data from operation of hydropower plants, assessment of data processing and archiving. GIEMS and SW tool ESIM assess the date in six steps of which the most important are: Planning production monitoring data assessment business. (author)

  8. Expanding the Work Phases Model: User and Expert Involvement in the Construction of Online Specialised Dictionaries

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    Leroyer, Patrick

    The purpose of this article is to establish new proposals for the lexicographic process and the involvement of experts and users in the construction of online specialised dictionaries. It is argued that the ENeL action should also have a view to the development of innovative theories and methodol...

  9. The contribution of nuclear energy to meeting Italy's electric power needs

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    Angelini, A.M.

    1977-01-01

    ENEL's policy in the development of nuclear energy is based on a number of factors which differentiate Italy's situation from that of most industrialized countries. Among these are the scarcity of natural resources, including energy sources, available in Italy. An extensive recourse to nuclear energy is the best way to achieve that diversification of energy supplies vital to the Italian economy, which, because of the very lack of natural resources, is predominantly based on processing. ENEL's nuclear plan calls for the construction of the four 1000-MW units already on order and of 16 additional units of the same size, divided into two 8-unit blocks, to be decided on respectively in the very near future. The necessary flexibility of the plan for nuclear units to go into service by 1986 is ensured by the subdivision into blocks, with provision for the postponement of the second 8-unit block should the country's economic development require a revision in electric power forecasts. The paper considers in particular the integration between the nuclear plan and ENEL's extensive plan for pumped-storage hydroelectric power plants and the related technical and economic advantages, also on an international scale. The review of Italy's nuclear plan concludes by stressing two essential problems: financing and the availability of sites for nuclear power plants. Finally, the paper supplies some information on the nuclear research, development and demonstration activities connected with the long-term plans; they are centred on the CNEN-ENEL project for the 40,000-kW CIRENE prototype and above all on the EdF-ENEL-RWE joint project for the construction of two over-1000-MW demonstration plants equipped with sodium-cooled breeder reactors. With such reactors it would be possible to achieve a virtually complete energy independence for the nuclear source. (author)

  10. Pesticide Exposure According To The Czech Toxicological Information Centre From 1997 To 2005

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    Rakovcová, H.; Pelclová, D.; Říčařová, B.; Navrátil, Tomáš

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 101, č. 14 (2007), s. 258-259 ISSN 0009-2770. [Mezioborová česko-slovenská toxikologická konference /12./. Praha, 11.06.2007-13.06.2007] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z40400503 Keywords : pesticide s * Czech Toxicological Information Centre * rodenticides Subject RIV: CF - Physical ; Theoretical Chemistry Impact factor: 0.683, year: 2007

  11. Chemické složení a těkavost esenciálních olejů

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    Kubátková, Nela; Křůmal, Kamil; Večeřa, Zbyněk; Mikuška, Pavel

    2012-01-01

    Roč. 106, č. 6 (2012), s. 502 ISSN 0009-2770. [Sjezd asociací českých a slovenských chemických společností /64./. 25.06.2012-27.06.2012, Olomouc] R&D Projects: GA MK DF11P01OVV028 Keywords : WED denuder * essential oils Subject RIV: CB - Analytical Chemistry, Separation http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0210015

  12. Modulation of rat blood phagocyte activity by serotonin

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    Okénková, Kateřina; Lojek, Antonín; Kubala, Lukáš; Číž, Milan

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 101, č. 14 (2007), s245-s246 E-ISSN 1213-7103. [Mezioborová česko-slovenská toxikologická konference /12./. Praha, 11.06.2007-13.06.2007] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA524/04/0897 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50040507; CEZ:AV0Z50040702 Keywords : phagocytes * serotonin * reactive oxygen species Subject RIV: BO - Biophysics

  13. Transformed tobacco plants with increased tolerance to drought

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    Gubiš, J.; Vaňková, Radomíra; Červená, V.; Dragúňová, M.; Hudcovicová, M.; Lichtnerová, H.; Dokupil, T.; Jureková, Z.

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 73, č. 4 (2007), s. 505-511 ISSN 0254-6299 Grant - others:Slovenské Ministerstvo zemědělství(SK) 2003 SP 27/028 0D 01/028 0D 01 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50380511 Source of funding: V - iné verejné zdroje Keywords : Nicotiana tabacum L * pigment * proline Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology Impact factor: 0.444, year: 2007

  14. Konvergentní syntéza lidského prionového peptidu 106-126 s využitím chemické ligace a desulfurace-deselenace

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    Šebestík, Jaroslav; Zawada, Zbigniew; Šafařík, Martin; Hlaváček, Jan

    2010-01-01

    Roč. 104, č. 6 (2010), s. 439-439 ISSN 0009-2770. [Sjezd asociací českých a slovenských chemických společností /62./. 28.06.2010-30.06.2010, Pardubice] R&D Projects: GA ČR GA203/07/1517 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z40550506 Keywords : chemical ligation * desulfurization * thiazolidine Subject RIV: CC - Organic Chemistry

  15. Soubor renesančních bot ze studny u kostela Všech svatých na Pražském hradě

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    Bravermanová, H.; Březinová, Helena; Hlaváček, P.

    1998-01-01

    Roč. 23, - (1998), s. 471-492 ISSN 0231-5823. [Celostátní konference archeologů středověku České republiky a Slovenské republiky k problematice archeologie středověkých komunikací. Prachatice, 06.10.1997-10.10.1997] Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  16. Effect of uric acid on oxidative damage

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    Buňková, Radka; Papežíková, Ivana; Podborská, Martina; Lojek, Antonín

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 101, č. 14 (2007), s170-s171 E-ISSN 1213-7103. [Mezioborová česko-slovenská toxikologická konference /12./. Praha, 11.06.2007-13.06.2007] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GP204/07/P539 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50040507; CEZ:AV0Z50040702 Keywords : uric acid * lipid peroxidation * HPLC Subject RIV: BO - Biophysics

  17. A comparison of antioxidant properties of uric acid, allantoin and allantoic acid

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    Papežíková, Ivana; Lojek, Antonín; Číž, Milan

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 101, č. 14 (2007), s247-S248 E-ISSN 1213-7103. [Mezioborová česko-slovenská toxikologická konference /12./. Praha, 11.06.2007-13.06.2007] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GP204/07/P539 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50040507; CEZ:AV0Z50040702 Keywords : uric acid * antioxidants * allantoin Subject RIV: BO - Biophysics

  18. Reaktivní impregnace plazmově deponované keramiky

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    Kocík, J.; Ctibor, Pavel; Brožek, Vlastimil

    2010-01-01

    Roč. 104, č. 6 (2010), s. 518-518 ISSN 0009-2770. [Sjezd asociace českých a slovenských chemických společností/62./. Pardubice, 28.06.2010-30.06.2010] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z20430508 Keywords : Cordierite * mullite * plasma spraying * elastic properties of ceramics Subject RIV: CA - Inorganic Chemistry Impact factor: 0.620, year: 2010

  19. Potential Fallouts of Accidental Ingestion of Limescale Removers

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    Navrátil, Tomáš; Říčařová, B.; Šenholdová, Z.; Rakovcová, H.; Pelclová, D.

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 101, č. 14 (2007), s. 138-140 ISSN 0009-2770. [Mezioborová česko-slovenská toxikologická konference /12./. Praha, 11.06.2007-13.06.2007] R&D Projects: GA ČR GA203/07/1195 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z40400503 Keywords : Limescale remover * titratable acid reserve (TAR) * water acidity Subject RIV: CF - Physical ; Theoretical Chemistry Impact factor: 0.683, year: 2007

  20. Monoaminergní receptory v mechanismu účinku antipsychotik

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    Bubeníková-Valešová, V.; Páleníček, T.; Valeš, Karel; Stuchlík, Aleš; Horáček, J.

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 12, Suppl.1 (2008), s. 30-30 ISSN 1211-7579. [Česko-slovenská psychofarmakologická konference /50./. 09.01.2008-13.01.2008, Lázně Jeseník] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA309/07/0341; GA MŠk(CZ) 1M0517 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50110509 Keywords : cpr1 * schizophrenia * antipsychotics Subject RIV: FH - Neurology

  1. The effect of carvedilol on the oxidative burst of rat phagocytes

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    Moravcová, Aneta; Lojek, Antonín; Číž, Milan; Pečivová, J.; Jančinová, V.; Nosál, R.

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 101, č. 14 (2007), s232-s233 E-ISSN 1213-7103. [Mezioborová česko-slovenská toxikologická konference /12./. Praha, 11.06.2007-13.06.2007] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA524/07/1511 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50040507; CEZ:AV0Z50040702 Keywords : carvedilol * phagocytes * oxidative burst Subject RIV: BO - Biophysics

  2. Sexuální dimorfismus, nikoliv testosterone per se, přispívá ke vzniku kloubního onemocnění u samců myšího inbredního kmene B10.BR

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    Čapková, Jana; Ivanyi, P.; Řeháková, Z.

    2005-01-01

    Roč. 15, č. 3 (2005), s. 6 ISSN 1335-0013. [Zjazd slovenských a českých alergólogov a klinických imunológov /12./. 05.10.05-05.10.08, Prešov] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50520514 Keywords : joint disease * testosterone * sexual dimorphism Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology

  3. Interdisciplinární geovědní studium historického dolu Jeroným a okolí ve Slavkovském lese (západní Čechy)

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    Kirchner, Karel; Roštínský, Pavel; Kaláb, Zdeněk; Lednická, Markéta

    -, - (2012), s. 8-8. ISBN 978-80-89580-04-0. [Česko-slovenský geografický akademický seminár /17./. 23.10.2012-24.10.2012, Skalica] R&D Projects: GA ČR GA105/09/0089 Institutional support: RVO:68145535 Keywords : Historical Jeroným Mine * Slavkovský les Forest * geoscience study Subject RIV: DB - Geology ; Mineralogy

  4. Svobodný novinář Franta Kocourek

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    Jiřička, Jan

    2011-01-01

    This diploma thesis "Freelance journalist Franta Kocourek" deals with the life and career of Franta Kocourek, the important Czechoslovak journalist in the 20. century. Diploma focuses especially on his working in the press media - prestigious periodicals of the First Czechoslovak Republic weekly magazine Přítomnost and daily newspaper Lidové noviny, not too much successful weekly magazine Groš, leaded by himself, and daily newspaper Slovenský hlas. Kocourek especially had concentrated on repo...

  5. Inhibitors of NADPH oxidase decrease endotoxin mediated induction of inducible nitric oxide expression in mouse macrophages

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    Krejčová, Daniela; Okénková, Kateřina; Konopka, Roman; Lojek, Antonín; Kubala, Lukáš

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 101, č. 14 (2007), s203-s204 E-ISSN 1213-7103. [Mezioborová česko-slovenská toxikologická konference /12./. Praha, 11.06.2007-13.06.2007] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA524/06/1197 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50040507; CEZ:AV0Z50040702 Keywords : lipopolysaccharide * inhibitors of NADPH oxidase * macrophage s Subject RIV: BO - Biophysics

  6. Complete nucleotide sequence and genome analysis of bacteriophage BFK20 — A lytic phage of the industrial producer Brevibacterium flavum

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    Bukovska, G.; Klucar, L.; Vlček, Čestmír; Adamovic, J.; Turna, J.; Timko, J.

    2006-01-01

    Roč. 348, č. 1 (2006), s. 57-71 ISSN 0042-6822 Grant - others:Slovenská akademie věd(SK) VEGA2/5068/25; Science and Technology Assistance Agency(SK) APVT-51-025004 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50520514 Keywords : Bacteriophage * Complete genome sequence * Sequence analysis Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology Impact factor: 3.525, year: 2006

  7. Dopaminergní modulace v animálním modelu schizofrenie

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    Bubeníková-Valešová, V.; Stuchlík, Aleš; Valeš, Karel; Páleníček, T.; Horáček, J.

    2006-01-01

    Roč. 10, č. S1 (2006), s. 28-28 ISSN 1211-7579. [Česko-slovenská psychofarmakologická konference /48./. 04.01.2006-08.01.2006, Jeseník] R&D Projects: GA MŠk(CZ) 1M0517; GA ČR(CZ) GA309/06/1231 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50110509 Keywords : dopamine Subject RIV: FH - Neurology

  8. Vliv dopaminových D1 receptorů na kognitivní funkce

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    Valeš, Karel; Bubeníková-Valešová, V.; Stuchlík, Aleš

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 11, S1 (2007), s. 41-41 ISSN 1211-7579. [Česko-slovenská psychofarmakologická konference /49./. 10.01.2007-14.01.2007, Lázně Jeseník] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA309/06/1231; GA MŠk 1M0517; GA MŠk LC554 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50110509 Keywords : memory * dopamine Subject RIV: FH - Neurology

  9. Relocalization of nuclear DNA helicase II during the growth period of bovine oocytes

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    Baran, V.; Kovářová, Hana; Klíma, Jiří; Hozák, Pavel; Motlík, Jan

    2006-01-01

    Roč. 125, 1-2 (2006), s. 155-164 ISSN 0948-6143 R&D Projects: GA ČR GA523/03/0857 Grant - others:Slovenská Akademie věd(SK) VEGA 2/3065/23 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50450515; CEZ:AV0Z50390512 Keywords : DNA helicase II * fibroblasts * oocytes Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology Impact factor : 3.220, year: 2006

  10. Imunologické příčiny opakovaných těhotenských ztrát

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    Madar, J.; Chaloupková, Alena; Šůla, K.; Pěknicová, Jana; Nováková, D.; Nouza, K.; Kinský, R.

    2002-01-01

    Roč. 4, č. 3 (2002), s. 1-96 ISSN 1212-687X. [Sjezd českých a slovenských alergologů a klinických imunologů /19./. 06.10.2002-09.10.2002, Karlovy Vary] R&D Projects: GA MZd NH6463 Keywords : abortion * kardiolipin Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology

  11. Imunita proti trrofoblastu jako příčina poruch plodnosti

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    Madar, J.; Pěknicová, Jana; Chaloupková, A.; Tolarová, M.; Nouza, K.

    2003-01-01

    Roč. 2003, č. 3 (2003), s. - [Zjazd slovenských a českých alergológov a klinických imunológov /20./. 01.10.2003-04.10.2003, Banská Bistrica] R&D Projects: GA MZd NH6463 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z5052915 Keywords : Trobhoblast * infertility Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology

  12. Fluorescent nanodiamonds as non-photobleachable responsive probes

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    Cígler, Petr

    2016-01-01

    Roč. 14, č. 5 (2016), s. 232 ISSN 2336-7202. [Sjezd českých a slovenských chemických společností /68./. 04.09.2016-07.09.2016, Praha] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GA16-16336S Institutional support: RVO:61388963 Keywords : fluorescent nanodiamonds * FNDs * probes Subject RIV: CG - Electrochemistry

  13. Arachidonic Acid Derivatives in the Exhaled Breath Condensate in Pneumoconioses and their Correlation with Individual Factors

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    Pelclová, D.; Fenclová, Z.; Kačer, J.; Navrátil, Tomáš; Kuzma, Marek; Lebedová, J.; Klusáčková, P.

    2007-01-01

    Roč. 101, s (2007), s144-s146 E-ISSN 1213-7103. [Mezioborová česko-slovenská toxikologická konference /12./. Praha, 11.06.2007-13.06.2007] R&D Projects: GA MZd NR9338 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z40400503; CEZ:AV0Z50200510 Keywords : silica * asbestos * leukotrienes Subject RIV: CF - Physical ; Theoretical Chemistry

  14. No 3017. Resolution proposal aiming at creating an inquiry commission relative to the project of merger between Gaz de France and Suez, to the conditions of its preparation and announcement and to the consequences of Gaz de France privatization on users and on the energy market balance

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    Balligand, J.P.; Ayrault, J.M.; Hollande, F.; Besson, E.; Migaud, D.; Emmanuelli, H.; Brottes, F.; Bataille, Ch.; Ducout, P.; Gaubert, J.; Habib, D.

    2006-04-01

    On February 25, 2006, the French government took the decision of merging together Gaz de France and Suez energy companies as an answer to Enel's project of takeover bid on Suez. This document wonders about: the real motivations of Gaz de France (the French gas utility) privatization, the possible intervention of public authorities in Enel and Veolia companies project of controlling the Suez group, the governing way of the share-holding government and the preservation of its industrial interests, and the consequences for consumers. Therefore, the creation of a parliamentary inquiry commission is requested to shade light on these different points and to give notice of any bad practices in this affair. (J.S.)

  15. Commissioning of qualification of structures, systems and components for seismic and environmental loads of CIRENE nuclear power plant

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    Bianchi, A.; Gatti, F.; Muzzi, F.; Zola, M.; De Pasquali, F.

    1993-01-01

    On behalf of the Italian National Electricity Board (ENEL) concerning the commissioning of qualification of structures, systems and components of CIRENE NPP, ISMES performed a technical surveillance on the documentation concerning the environmental and seismic qualification of the safety related systems and experimental activities (dynamic and static tests) on plant buildings. The aims of the work were: - the evaluation of the qualification carried out (by test, by analysis, by combination of analysis and test) on the equipment and system, compared with the requirements of the ENEL technical specifications and the most recent international regulations; - the experimental determination of modal quantities (frequencies, damping, mode shapes) of the structures and, in the case of reactor building, the complex impedance of the soil for supporting the analytical work. The present paper deals with the criteria, the system and the results concerning the technical surveillance and with the characteristics and the results of the experimental tests

  16. Review report on the dynamical study of the main building of the Paks NPP

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    Gatti, F.

    1995-01-01

    The present report deals with the review of the report 'Dynamical Study of the main building of the Paks NPP', issued by Paks NPP (Hungary) on April, 1993, within the frame of the IAEA benchmark study for the seismic analysis and testing of an existing Nuclear Power Plant (M), and on behalf of ENEL DSR/VDN Rome, in the aims of the nuclear activities of ENEL DSR/VDN (Rome). After a foreword to define the aims of the job (Chapter 1) and the identification of the scope of the work (Chapter 2), a short list of references is given (Chapter 3). In Chapter 4, the criteria followed in the review activity are listed; in Chapter 5, the contents of the Paks NPP report are summarized. In Chapter 6 the results of the review are given, while the main conclusions of the review activities are summarized in the Chapter 7. (author)

  17. The first LINX-2 tests

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    Cachard, F. de; Lomperski, S.; Monauni, G.R.

    1997-01-01

    An experimental programme was performed in the LINX-2 facility to assess the performance of the thermal hydraulic design of a proposed containment condenser. This component is part of a double, concrete containment proposed by ENEL (the Italian Electricity Company) as a European alternative to the Westinghouse AP600 single-shell metallic containment. The LINX-2 test section corresponds to the preliminary design of one of the sixteen condenser units, and has a heat transfer surface scaled 1:25. It is a compact finned-tube heat exchanger with steam condensation outside the tubes and water evaporation inside. The LINX-2 tests were performed under controlled forced-flow conditions covering the range expected in the containment. The effects of pressure, flowrate, non condensable fraction, and coolant temperature on heat transfer performance were investigated. These tests complemented natural circulation experiments performed by ENEL, and the data were used to optimise the condenser design. (author) 5 figs., tab., 3 refs

  18. The KINA neutronic module of the LEGO code for steady-state and transient PWR plant simulations

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    Nicolopoulos, D.; Pollacchini, L.; Vimercati, G.; Spelta, S.

    1989-01-01

    The Automation Research Center (CRA) of ENEl has implemented some models for analyzing both incidental and operational transients in PWR power plants. For such models an axial neutron kinetics module characterized by high computational efficency with adequate results accuracy was called for. CISE has been entrusted with the task of implementing such a module named KINA and based on IQS (Improved Quasi Static) method, to be included in the library of LEGO modular code used by CRA to set up PWR power models. Moreover, The KINA module has been adapted to the neutron constants computing model developed by the EdF-SEPTEN, which has been using and improving the LEGO code for a long time in cooperation with ENEL-CRA. In this paper, after some remarks on the LEGO code, a general description of KINA neutronic module is given. The resylts of a preliminary validation activity of KINA for an EdF 1300 MWe PWR plant are also presented

  19. An application of on-line battery monitoring to the Vulcano PV plant

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    Buonarota, A.; Menga, P.; Ostano, P.; Scarioni, V.

    1988-05-01

    The reliable knowledge of the state-of-charge (SOC) of the battery of a photovoltaic (PV) plant can contribute to improve system management. Unfortunately, the technologies currently adopted to determine the battery SOC are not fully satisfactory. The experience obtained by ENEL (Italian Electricity Board) on traction lead-acid batteries, operating under cyclic conditions, led to the formulation of a simple model capable of describing the relationships among the operating conditions (profile of current, temperature, etc.) and the internal SOC of the battery. This model was extended to the stationary accumulators to the Vulcano PV plant of ENEL, and checked by means of laboratory tests at the CESI (Italy) laboratories. Relevant to this work, an automatic system for the on-line evaluation of the SOC of the battery has recently been set up and installed at Vulcano. This paper presents the basis of the methodology, the layout of the system, and the preliminary results.

  20. SELF: expert system for supporting verification of network operating constraints in power transmission planning

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    Cicoria, R; Migliardi, P [Ente Nazionale per l` Energia Elettrica, Milan (Italy); Pogliano, P [Centro Informazioni Studi Esperienze (CISE), Milan (Italy)

    1995-06-01

    Performing planned studies into very large HV transmission systems is a very complex task which requires the use of simulation models and the application of the heuristic acquired by expert palnners during previous studies. The ENEL Electric Research Center and the CISE Artificial Intelligence Section have developed a knowledge-based system, named SELF, which is aimed at supporting the transmission system palnner. SELF is capable of assisting the engineer both in finding the convergence of the load flow calculation and determining solutions that respect active power, voltage and VAR operating constraints. This paper describes the overall architecture of the system and shows its integration in a larger planning environment called SPIRA, currently utilized at ENEL. More details are given on the least completed modules, the redispatching and network reinforcement subsystems which deal with active power constraint verification.

  1. Market for wind turbines in italy

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    1997-01-01

    Wind power utilization in Italy has not been very popular until the privatization of the ENEL and introduction of subsidies for private electricity producers. The greatest interest is concentrated around large wind turbines. Therefore the Danish manufacturers with know-how within large wind turbines can establish themselves on the Italian market. Cooperation with one of the four local wind turbine manufacturers is advisable. (EG)

  2. Recent developments: Industry briefs

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    Anon.

    1990-01-01

    Recent nuclear industry briefs are presented. These briefs include: Swiss voters reject phaseout; EdF confirms order for Civaux 1; NDP surprise victor in Ontario; Czechoslovakia joins Foratom; Poland abandons Zarnowiec; Cogema's UP3 facility operationa; Wismut to clsoe mining operations; court rules in favor of US government in Yucca Mountain waste site; Italian government ratifies ENEL reactor shutdowns; and Seabrook enters commercial operation

  3. Contractual aspects of the establishment of nuclear power plants

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    Landolfi, D.; Mola, C.

    1980-03-01

    This paper analyses the complexity of the system for establishing nuclear power plants in Italy, in the light of ENEL's experience and provides a thorough description of the types of contract involved, the respective rights and obligations of the parties concerned and the problems encountered. Reference is made to the legislation governing the licensing procedure for nuclear power plants and the competent authorities in this respect. (NEA) [fr

  4. Tele command and network automation: strategy and results; Telecomando e automacao de redes: estrategia e resultados

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    Bargigia, Angelo; Cerreti, Alberto; Lembo, Giorgio di; Rogai, Sergio; Veglio, Gianfranco [Enel Distribuzione Spa, Rome (Italy)

    2004-02-01

    This article presents the adopted by the ENEL Distribuzione, Italy, for the tele command and automation in the distribution line. The article describes the medium term implementation program, based on the installation of remote terminal unities, with communication through cell phone GMS for transmission of collected data to the control centers of the network. A cost versus benefit analysis conducted and the obtained results are also evaluated.

  5. Existing Resources, Standards, and Procedures for Precise Monitoring and Analysis of Structural Deformations. Volume 1

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    1992-09-01

    commonplace, particularly in the monitoring of dams and hydro-electric power generating stations. Italy’s ENEL (Ente Nazionale per 1’ Energia Elettrica...State Commissions to enforce supervision and monitoring of dams by the new owners. Currently, dams owned by state organizations such as Agua y Energia ...Large Dams, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil May. Millmore, J.P. and J.A. Charles (1988). "A -survey of UK embankment dams." Proceedings of Reservoir Renovation 88

  6. Defense Energy Support Center Fact Book FY 2007

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    2008-03-21

    3 M 21 years Fort Monmouth, NJ Lighting Upgrade, HVAC Renovation , UESC Implementation, GHP, Cogeneration System Site Preparation/Feasibility Ameresco...behalf of Navy Installations in the Sicily, Sardinia and Campania regions of Italy . Awards were made to two companies, ENEL Energia and Energia y...funded $333 million for SRM projects to maintain and renovate military Services owned fuels facilities worldwide . This amount was nearly double the

  7. Leading Players of the European Power and Gas Industry Overview of Groups - SWOTs - Benchmarking - Company Profiles and Financials

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    2017-09-01

    This study presents: The medium-term and mega trends of the industry market developments and geographical segments; The competitive landscape and the main corporate rankings; The main conclusions of the report, summarised in 10 analytical slides. Content: 1. Overview: The Sector, Ranking, Performance Analysis; 2. Company Profiles: EDF, Enel, Engie, RWE, E.ON, SSE, Iberdrola, Gas Natural Fenosa, Vattenfall, EDP; 3. Sources; 4. Annexes

  8. 76 FR 58257 - Combined Notice of Filings #2

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    2011-09-20

    ... Hills Wind Farm, LLC MBR Tariff to be effective 10/31/2007. Filed Date: 09/12/2011. Accession Number... filing per 35.1: Smoky Hills Wind Project II, LLC MBR Tariff to be effective 10/20/2008. Filed Date: 09..., LLC submits tariff filing per 35.1: Enel Stillwater, LLC MBR Tariff to be effective 12/5/2008. Filed...

  9. Palmse viinaköögi manifest

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    1996-01-01

    Manifest. Tõlkijate seminari puhul 17. mail 1996 Palmse viinaköögis Juta Bedia, Eric Dickens, Gyözö Fehérvári, Guntars Godinsh, Maima Grinberga, Irja Grönholm, Leif Hannibal, Cornelius Hasselblatt, Pirkko Huurto, Ivo Iliste, Nora Javorskaja, Gisbert Jänicke, Kaisu Lahikainen, Enel Melberg, Vera Ruber, Arnold Tamm, Leili Tamm, Jonatan Tomesh, Lilia Velic'kova, Marianne Vogel. Inglise k.: Estonian Literary Magazine, autumn 1996, nr. 3

  10. Biomass for electricity

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    Barbucci, P.; Neri, G.; Trebbi, G.

    1995-01-01

    This paper describes the activities carried out at ENEL-Thermal research center to develop technologies suitable to convert biomass into power with high conversion efficiency: a demonstration project, Energy Farm, to build an Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) plant fed by wood chips; a demonstration plant for converting wood chips into oil by thermal conversion (pyrolysis oil); combustion tests of different oils produced by thermal conversion. 3 figs., 1 tab

  11. Känslosvall från vindarnas land / Ann Lingebrandt

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    Lingebrandt, Ann

    2008-01-01

    Arvustus: Rooste, Jürgen. Presidenten bor nånstans i närheten / översättning: Peeter Puide. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; fs. 2007 / översättning: Peeter Puide. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Kruusa, Kalju. Mötesvis / översättning: Peeter Puide. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Estniska ballader / översättning: Ilmar Laaban. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Laaban, Ilmar. Palingarderomb. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Under, Marie. Gnistor i askan / översättning: Enel Melberg. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Wuolijoki, Hella. Sõngen om kriget / översättning: Enel Melberg. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Alver, Betti. Historien om den vita krõkan / översättning: Enel Melberg. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007 ; Kaplinski, Jaan. Nõgonstans vid värlends kant / översättning: Juris Kronbergs och Guntar Godị̧. Tollarp : Ariel skrifter, 2007 ; Kareva, Doris. Tidens gestalt / översättning: Peeter Puide. Stockholm : Ellerströms, 2007

  12. The value of electricity distribution networks

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    De Paoli, L.

    2000-01-01

    This article presents the results of a study aimed at evaluating parts of the distribution network of ENEL, in charge of distributing and supplying electricity to its captive market, that could be sold as a separate entity. To determine the asset value of these hypothetical companies, the discounted cash flow method has been used applied to the 147 ENEL's distributing zones. The econometric analysis shows that the relevant variables are the quantity sold to non residential and non big industrial consumers and the length of medium voltage lines. According to the available data and to the methodology chosen, the per client value of the distribution zones of ENEL varies substantially. The maximum value is bout three times the mean value and the minimum value is largely negative. The article maintains that changes in regulation could greatly modify the asset value of distribution networks. The main regulatory risks are linked to the degree of market opening, the introduction of compensation mechanisms between different distributors and the allowed maximum revenue fixed by energy Authority for a given period of time. This point is developed in the appendix where it is shown that the price cap method is decided on the basis of a rate of return which is valid at the moment of the cap fixing but that could be no longer valid if the rate of inflation varies [it

  13. Fuel quality control: Five years of activity in laboratories

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    Bettinelli, M.; Cimini, G.; Durello, G.; Lucchesi, P.L.

    1991-01-01

    A description of how ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) carries out the activity of fuel quality control is given, and the results of the Round Robin circuit which has been operating for five years in laboratories regulary performing the control analyses of these products are reported. The laboratories taking part in the Round Robin circuit are 41 (out of which 35 are ENEL laboratories and 6 are owned by external companies) and they are situated throughout Italy; the controlled parameters are the following: heat of combustion (PCS), sulphur (S), vanadium (V) and asphaltenes (ASF); the adopted methods are the official ASTM or IP ones. The statistical analysis of the results has permitted, for every parameter, the calculation of the repeatability and the reproducibility which, in most cases, have turned out to be in keeping with the values provided for in the regulations. Among the collateral initiatives promoted in the framework of this Round Robin, the following are reported: preparation of standards of fuel oil with a known content of a sulphur and vanadium; expediting visits to all the ENEL laboratories participating in the RRT; publication of a handbook of the adopted analysis methods (in Italian); definition of guide-lines on the right selection of new automatic equipment

  14. The contribution of nuclear energy to the meeting of Italy's electric power requirements

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    Angelini, A.M.

    1977-01-01

    The paper discusses ENEL's policy in the development of nuclear energy, which assigns to this source the role of meeting almost all of Italy's additional future power requirements. This is a position taken some time ago and already outlined on the occasion of the Geneva Conference of 1971. The policy is based on a number of factors, reviewed in the paper, which differentiate, at least in quantitative terms, Italy's situation from that of most industrialized countries. Among these factors stand out the scarcity of natural resources, including energy sources available in Italy. An extensive recourse to nuclear energy is the best way to achieve that diversification of energy supplies vital to the Italian economy which, because of the very lack of natural resources, is predominantly based on processing. While the Caorso Nuclear Power Plant (840 MW) is due to go into service soon, ENEL's nuclear plan, recently approved by the Government, calls for the construction of the four 1,000-MW units already on order and of 16 additional units, of the same size, divided into two 8-units blocks, to be decided on respectively in the very near future and before the end of 1977. The necessary flexibility of the plan concerning the nuclear units that will go into service by the 1986 is ensured by the subdivision into blocks, with provision for the postponement of the second, 8-units block in the country's economy development requires a revision in electric power forecasts. The paper then considers in particular the integration between the nuclear plan and ENEL's extensive plan for pumped-storage hydro-electric power plants and the related technical and economic advantages which also extend to an international scope. The paper concludes the review of Italy's nuclear plan by stressing two essential problems: financing and the availability of sites for nuclear power plants. Upon their timely and satisfactory solution depends the actual construction of the plants by the scheduled dates

  15. Základní principy a problémy dendrochronologie

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    Dvorská, Jitka; Poláček, Lumír

    2000-01-01

    Roč. 25, - (2000), s. 435-442 ISSN 0231-5823. [Konference archeologů středověku České republiky a Slovenské republiky s hlavním zaměřením na středověké město a jeho zázemí /31./. Banská Bystrica, 27.09.1999-30.09.1999] Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z8001916 Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  16. ODLOČITVENI MODEL ZA OCENJEVANJE KANDIDATOV ZA ŠOLO ZA ČASTNIKE

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    Ogrinc, Matjaž

    2011-01-01

    Diplomsko delo se loteva postopka izbora najprimernejših kandidatk in kandidatov za šolanje na Šoli za častnike Slovenske vojske. Cilj naloge je razvrstitev in izbor najprimernejših kandidatov, ki sodelujejo na selekciji in bodo napoteni na šolanje v Šolo za častnike. Problem smo rešili z izgradnjo modela za večparametrsko odločanje. Odločitveni model je predstavljen z izbranimi kriteriji, ki so najbolj pomembni za končno oceno in razvrstitev kandidatov. Pri modeliranju večparametrskega model...

  17. CDC25A phosphatase controls meiosis I progression in mouse oocytes

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    Šolc, Petr; Šašková, Adéla; Baran, V.; Kubelka, Michal; Schultz, R. M.; Motlík, Jan

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 317, č. 1 (2008), s. 260-269 ISSN 0012-1606 R&D Projects: GA ČR GA305/06/1413; GA ČR GD204/05/H023 Grant - others:Czech-US cooperation(CZ) ME08030; Slovenská Akademie vied(SK) VEGA 2/6176/26 Program:ME Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50450515 Keywords : resumption of meiosis * meiotic maturation * mouse oocytes Subject RIV: EB - Genetics ; Molecular Biology Impact factor: 4.416, year: 2008

  18. Prof. dr Zvonimir Dévidé (prigodom 65. godišnjice života)

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    Papeš, Dražena; Jelaska, Sibila

    1986-01-01

    Zvonimir Dévidé, Ph. D. habil., Professor of cell biology and plant physiology at the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics of the University of Zagreb, was born on 6.8.1921 in Lenart, Slovenske Gorice (North-eastern Slovenia). Having completed his studies at the Philosophical Faculty in Zagreb and in Vienna (where his academic advisor was prof. dr. Lothar Geitler) he started to work in 1948 as asistant in the Botanic Institute of the Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics of the U...

  19. Mechanismus RNA katalýzy samoštěpící reakce ribozymu viru hepatitidy D

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    Banáš, Pavel; Rulíšek, Lubomír; Hánošová, V.; Svozil, Daniel; Walter, N.G.; Šponer, Jiří; Otyepka, M.

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 102, č. 8 (2008), s. 657 ISSN 0009-2770. [60. jubilejní sjezd asociací českých a slovenských chemických společností. 01.09.2008-04.09.2008, Olomouc] R&D Projects: GA MŠk LC512; GA MŠk(CZ) LC06030; GA AV ČR(CZ) IAA400040802; GA AV ČR 1QS500040581 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z40550506; CEZ:AV0Z50040702 Keywords : QM/MM calculations * ribozyme * RNA catalysis Subject RIV: BO - Biophysics

  20. Účinek D1 agonisty na výkon v prostorové úloze AAPA ve zvířecím modelu schizofrenie

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    Valeš, Karel; Bubeníková-Valešová, V.; Stuchlík, Aleš; Kenney, Jana

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 12, Suppl.1 (2008), s. 36-36 ISSN 1211-7579. [Česko-slovenská psychofarmakologická konference /50./. 09.01.2008-13.01.2008, Lázně Jeseník] R&D Projects: GA MZd(CZ) NR9178; GA MŠk(CZ) 1M0517; GA ČR(CZ) GA309/07/0341 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50110509 Keywords : cpo1 * D1 agonist * animal model of schizophrenia * memory Subject RIV: FH - Neurology

  1. Vliv agonisty metabotropních glutamátových receptorů ACPD na kognitivní deficit v animálním modelu schizofrenního chování

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    Valeš, Karel; Svoboda, Jan; Bubeníková-Valešová, V.; Stuchlík, Aleš

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 12, Suppl.1 (2008), s. 36-36 ISSN 1211-7579. [Česko-slovenská psychofarmakologická konference /50./. 09.01.2008-13.01.2008, Lázně Jeseník] R&D Projects: GA MZd(CZ) NR9178; GA MŠk(CZ) 1M0517; GA ČR(CZ) GA309/07/0341 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50110509 Keywords : cpo1 * mGLUR agonist * animal model of schizophrenia * memory Subject RIV: FH - Neurology

  2. Výsledky záchranného archeologického výzkumu v areálu okolí baziliky sv. Václava ve Staré Boleslavi. Předběžná zpráva z let 1997-1998

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    Špaček, J.; Boháčová, Ivana

    2000-01-01

    Roč. 25, - (2000), s. 307-322 ISSN 0231-5823. [Konference archeologů středověku České republiky a Slovenské republiky s hlavním zaměřením na středověké město a jeho zázemí /31./. Banská Bystrica, 27.09.1999-30.09.1999] R&D Projects: GA ČR GA404/99/1060 Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  3. Srovnání koncentrací iontů v atmosférických aerosolech PM1 vzorkovaných na nitrátcelulózové a teflonové filtry

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    Kořínková, Alena; Mikuška, Pavel; Večeřa, Zbyněk; Křůmal, Kamil

    2012-01-01

    Roč. 106, č. 6 (2012), s. 501 ISSN 0009-2770. [Sjezd asociací českých a slovenských chemických společností /64./. 25.06.2012-27.06.2012, Olomouc] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GAP503/11/2315; GA ČR(CZ) GBP503/12/G147 Institutional support: RVO:68081715 Keywords : nitrocellulose filter * teflon filter * PM1 Subject RIV: CB - Analytical Chemistry, Separation

  4. Praktická aplikace fotochemických a fotokatalytických procesů při dekontaminaci vod

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    Mašín, P.; Žebrák, R.; Klusoň, Petr; Šolcová, Olga

    2015-01-01

    Roč. 2015, č. 2 (2015), s. 111-117 ISSN 1804-0195. [ročník česko-slovenského symposia Odpadové fórum 2015 /10./. Hustopeče, 18.03.2015-20.03.2015] R&D Projects: GA TA ČR TA01020804; GA TA ČR TA04020130 Institutional support: RVO:67985858 Keywords : photochemical oxidation H2O2 /UVC * photocatalytic oxidation TiO2/UV * pilot scale unit Subject RIV: DJ - Water Pollution ; Quality http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0250529

  5. Materiálové využití strusky ze spaloven komunálního odpadu

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    Šyc, Michal; Kameníková, Petra; Krausová, Aneta; Baloch, T.; Zach, Boleslav; Pohořelý, Michael; Svoboda, Karel; Punčochář, Miroslav

    2015-01-01

    Roč. 2015, č. 2 (2015), s. 75-83 ISSN 1804-0195. [ročník česko-slovenského symposia Odpadové fórum 2015 /10./. Hustopeče, 18.03.2015-20.03.2015] R&D Projects: GA TA ČR TE02000236 Institutional support: RVO:67985858 Keywords : bottom ash * metal recovery * non - ferrous metals Subject RIV: CI - Industrial Chemistry, Chemical Engineering http://hdl.handle.net/11104/0250530

  6. The odd one In

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    Zupančič, Alenka

    Komedien er langt alvorligere, end man skulle tro. Komedie kan være katalysator for frihed, for politiske revolutioner og for det modsatte, men først og fremmest er komedien kendetegnet ved en overraskende og af og til nyskabende form for tænkning. I Komedie – kunsten at skille sig ind tager Alen...... måde er sand. Alenka Zupancic er seniorforsker ved Institut for Filosofi på Det Slovenske Videnskabernes Akademi i Ljubljana. Hun har tidligere udgivet 'Ethics of the Real: Kant and Lacan' og 'The Shortest Shadow: Nietzsche’s Philosophy of the Two'....

  7. Nálezy loštické keramiky ve východních Čechách. Příspěvek ke kontaktům východních Čech a severní Moravy

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    Bláha, R.; Frolík, Jan; Sigl, J.

    2003-01-01

    Roč. 28, - (2003), s. 525-537 ISSN 0231-5823. [Konference archeologů středověku České republiky a Slovenské republiky s hlavním zaměřením na interetnické vztahy ve středověku a jejich odkaz v hmotné kultuře /34./. Opava, 23.09.2002-27.09.2002] R&D Projects: GA AV ČR KSK8002119 Keywords : Middle Ages * Pottery * Eastern Bohemia Subject RIV: AC - Archeology, Anthropology, Ethnology

  8. Primerjalna analiza ključnih dejavnikov tržnega uspeha novih izdelkov v slovenskih predelovalnih panogah

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    Muster, Aleksandra

    2016-01-01

    Namen raziskave je bil na vzorcu podjetij slovenske predelovalne industrije ugotoviti, kako dejavniki kot so odzivna tržna naravnanost, organizacijsko učenje, proaktivna tržna naravnanost in inovativna organizacijska kultura vplivajo na tržni uspeh novih izdelkov ob pogojih uporabe sodobnih metod v okviru procesa razvoja novih izdelkov, tržnih in tehnoloških sprememb in uporabe zunanjih virov za inovacije v okviru procesa razvoja novih izdelkov. Večina ugotovitev iz empirične raziskave na ...

  9. Amount species of halucinogenic mushrooms contain major psychoactive alkaloid psilocybin

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    Rambousek, Lukáš; Páleníček, T.; Bubeníková-Valešová, V.; Stuchlík, Aleš; Valeš, Karel

    2008-01-01

    Roč. 12, Suppl.1 (2008), s. 45-45 ISSN 1211-7579. [Česko-slovenská psychofarmakologická konference /50./. 09.01.2008-13.01.2008, Lázně Jeseník] R&D Projects: GA MZd(CZ) NR9178; GA ČR(CZ) GA309/07/0341; GA MŠk(CZ) 1M0517 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z50110509 Keywords : cpo1 * psilocin * rat * memory Subject RIV: FH - Neurology

  10. ZASNOVA KAVARNE V MESTNEM SREDIŠČU

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    Raškovič, Nataša

    2013-01-01

    Kavarne že več stoletij oblikujejo navade in kulture mest po svetu. Žal je pri nas vedno manj pravih, mestnih kavarn, ki bi ob dobri kavi in sladici znale ponuditi tudi ambient in vzdušje. V diplomskem delu smo se ukvarjali s tem, kako v starem mestnem jedru postaviti sodobno pravo kavarno, ki bi s svojim izgledom zaključila vogal Slovenske in Gledališke ulice. Na podlagi analize lokacije smo postavili večnamenski objekt, v njegovo pritličje pa umestili funkcionalen tloris kavarne s pravim...

  11. Price-capping in partially monopolistic electricity markets with an application to Italy

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    Bosco, Bruno; Parisio, Lucia; Pelagatti, Matteo

    2013-01-01

    In many electricity markets the production capacity of a single supplier may be necessary to satisfy the total demand even when its competitors offer their total capacity. These pivotal suppliers are expected to sell at monopolistic prices on their portions of the market demand. In this paper, we show that these market conditions may imply the non-concavity in prices of the pivotal supply function, which in turn means that there can be situations in which a pivotal operator's supply has virtually no price limits. We also show that this monopolistic market power can be significantly reduced by vertical integration and/or regulatory policies such as virtual power plants. Based on these results, we propose a simple price-capping rule that induces the pivotal operator to compete for quantity instead of taking advantage of its monopoly. Then, we infer the profit function of the Italian pivotal operator (Enel) for the sample period 2007–2010 using real auction data and cost curves employed by engineers. We discuss the bidding behaviour of Enel and show how its profit function varies over time and in response to pro-competitive measures introduced during our sample period. We examine the existing price-cap and propose an alternative mechanism. - Highlights: ► We show the profit function of pivotal operators to be non-concave and unbounded. ► We propose a price-cap policy that foster pivotal operators to compete for quantity.► We apply our methodology to Enel and derive a price-cap for Italy. ► We find that vertical integration can be beneficial for moderating wholesale prices

  12. Planning and management of outages in nuclear power plants

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    Sica, G.F.; Fusari, W.; Reginelli, A.

    1984-01-01

    At present the Ente Nazionale per l'Energia Elettrica (ENEL) operates three nuclear power plants, only one of which belongs to the new generation, i.e. the Caorso Nuclear Power Plant which has been in commercial operation since December 1981. Outage planning, implementation and analysis are very important in order to minimize the shutdown time and thus improve plant availability, which is of particular importance for a large nuclear power plant. Such activities are very complicated because of the large number of jobs that have to be performed in accordance with detailed written procedures and which have to be properly documented and controlled. Large off-site resources are required which have to be accurately interfaced with on-site staff. The ENEL is making a great effort to define both the administrative and technical aspects of refuelling outages. As outage planning requires the availability and handling of a large amount of data and information, a maintenance information system that has been widely used in conventional plants was applied, with some modifications made especially for the Caorso Nuclear Power Plant. After two years the following results have been achieved: a large number of raw and processed data are now available, the first refuelling outage was carried out with few problems and according to schedule, and the second refuelling outage, based on the experience of the first, required somewhat less preparation and is developing well even though many special activities have had to be scheduled. The ENEL believes that the efforts made in the planning and management areas will pay off in terms of the short duration, smoothness and economy of further outages, both for Caorso and for future plants. (author)

  13. Review of problems and methods for radiation risk assessment in the environment of a nuclear power plant; Pregled problematike in metodologije ocenjivanja radijacijske nevarnosti za okolico nuklearne elektrane

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    Grgic, M [Nuklearni institut ' Jozef Stefan' , Ljubljana (Yugoslavia)

    1966-07-01

    Radiation impact on the nuclear power plant environment is a very important problem which has to be solved during design and construction. Damage that could be caused by release of radioactive material into the environment should be estimated and the magnitude of nuclear and radiation risk of the power plant should be evaluated. In general the accuracy of estimation is rather poor due to statistical fluctuations of the conditions which influence radioactivity expansion in the environment, especially in the air. Different uncertainties and unresolved problems influence the inaccuracy. Since any real risk should be extremely small compared to potential risk i.e. risk induced by nuclear power plant without any safety measures, even inaccurate estimations are very useful. Method for environmental radiation risk assessment is based on relatively simple models of radiation expansion in the environment and in the air. These models are theoretically solved but they are based on relatively limited number of experimental data. Assessment of the radiation effects on the population health and mortality is an important problem. [Slovenian] Radiacijska nevarnost za okolico nuklearne elektrarne je zelo vazen problem, ki ga je treba resiti ze pri projektiranju in gradnji. Treba je oceniti skodo, ki bi jo povzrocila v okolici neka dolocena sprostitev radioaktivnosti in na osnovi tega dimenzionirati ukrepe nuklearne in radiacijske varnosti same elektrarne. Natancnost ocenjevanja je v splosnem zelo slaba. Temu so v precejsnji meri krive statisticne fluktuacije pogojev, ki vplivajo na razsirjanje radioaktivnosti v okolici, ziasti po zraku. Na nenatancnost pa vplivajo tudi razne nejasnosti in se nereseni problemi. Ken pa mora biti dejanska nevarnost izredno majhna v primerjavi s potencialne nevarnostjo oziroma z nevannostjo, ki bi jo predstavjala nuklearna elektrarna, ce bi zanemarili vse varnostne ukrepe, so tudi taksne nenatancne ocene zelo koristne. Metode ocenjevanja radiacijske

  14. Current situation of the project of 3. and 4. block of nuclear power plant Mochovce

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    Suchy, L.

    2006-01-01

    The contribution shows the basic information about the crucial milestone of 3. building and the current situation of the project of 3. and 4. block of the nuclear power plant Mochovce. Contribution also shows what activities were realized and what material in area of designation of the technical and safety standard of the project was elaborated in the past, the main activities planned for 2006 have been described, support for Feasibility Study elaborated by ENEL and description of the integrated management system. The basic thesis crucial for the next steps on the project of 3. and 4. block of Nuclear Power Plant Mochovce is presented in the conclusion

  15. European Law in the Making:

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    Rasmussen, Morten

    Traditionally, the Court of Justice of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) has mainly been considered the somewhat dull predecessor to the more famous Court of Justice of the European Communities, which in 1963-64 ‘constitutionalised’ the Treaties of Rome with the seminal judgments of Van...... Gend en Loos and Costa V. ENEL. The jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the ECSC was allegedly conservative dominated by technical and economic considerations less than adventurous activism. Recent historical research has demonstrated the complexity of the legal landscape of the 1950s, in which...

  16. Historia del Hogar Casa Cuna de la ciudad de Mendoza: La institución que permanece

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    Farias Carracedo, Ana Carolina

    2017-01-01

    Este trabajo presenta la historia del Hogar Casa Cuna en la ciudad de Mendoza, Argentina,desde sus orígenes, a principios del siglo XX, hasta la actualidad enmarcando dicha historia enel contexto legislativo nacional y provincial.En sus orígenes, la Casa Cuna fue fundada por las Damas de la Caridad. En 1950 el Estado, pormedio de la Dirección Provincial del Menor, se hizo cargo de dicha institución aunque delegó elcuidado de los niños a las Hermanas de Nuestra Señora del Rosario que desempeña...

  17. Geologia estructural, aprendizaje. discusion

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    Camargo, Guillermo Arturo

    2012-01-01

    La práctica profesional y docente permite establecer algunas de las principales dificultadesde aprendizaje que presentan los estudiantes en el área de Geología Estructural de la carrera deGeología, muchas de las cuales son comunes a todas las ramas de esta ciencia. Aquellas de primerorden y de carácter más general son: el paso de la noción al concepto y de lo abstracto a lo concreto,ambos reflejados en la dificultad para resolver problemas y comprender fenómenos directamente enel campo. Dific...

  18. Visual impact of overhead power transmission lines and dielectric and corona effects constraints on insulation coordination

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    Deponti, F.; Fini, G.P.; Porrino, A.; Rosa, F.

    1992-06-01

    In assessing overhead power transmission line design and planning criteria for the optimization of visual impact, safety and the reduction of electro magnetic disturbance effects, this paper reviews the research findings of ENEL, the Italian Electricity Board. The on-going research activities involve theoretical calculations and laboratory performance tests to determine the best compact configurations for 380 kV lines. The parameters under examination include: insulator spacing, sizing and salt fog resistivity; allowable overvoltages; maximum line length; behaviour in lightning conditions; radio and acoustics disturbances

  19. The marketing strategies of electricity and natural gas providers in France. Which perspectives for alternate operators in front of EDF and GDF Suez?

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    2012-10-01

    This article presents the content of a market study which aimed at gathering and analysing figures regarding electricity and natural gas (production, consumption, tariffs, gross prices, etc.), at assessing the market shares of the main providers and their commercial position, at understanding the impact of the Nome law and of the gas price problematic on providers and consumers, and at assessing the capacity of alternate operators to challenge the positions held by EDF and GDF Suez. Besides EDF and GDF Suez, the following providers are analysed: Alpiq, Electricite de Strasbourg, Enel France, ENI, E.ON France, Gas Natural Fenosa, Poweo Direct Energie, Soregies, Tegaz

  20. Mercado de trabajo rural y precarización: nuevas condiciones socioeconómicas en el sur del Estado de México

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    Elizabeth Guadalupe Chong González

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available en el presente artículo se presentan los resultados de unestudio del mercado de trabajo rural y su precarización enel municipio de Coatepec Harinas, en el sur del Estado deMéxico, donde se muestra la diversidad ocupacional pre-dominante, así como la especialización en la floricultura,aspectos notables de la nueva ruralidad actual. También, conbase en los datos del trabajo de campo, se calculó un índicede precariedad laboral, estratificado en niveles, para saber elgrado de precariedad de la población trabajadora.

  1. Renewable resource power production: Italian decree CIP No. 34

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    Di Macco, C.

    1991-01-01

    As part of an overall energy conservation campaign, a concrete step, in the form of a more favourable electricity rate structure for auto-producers, is being taken by the Italian Government to encourage medium sized industries to adopt cogeneration systems to meet their heat and power requirements. Within this context, this paper gives a look at the incentives for renewable energy source use which are incorporated in the CIP (Italian Inter-ministerial Commission on Prices) Provision No. 34/90, regulating industrial plant cogeneration systems, and which governs ENEL's (Italian National Electricity Board) rate structure in the case of independent on-site producers ceding power to the national utility's grid

  2. Cogeneration plant environmental impacts, Menaggio, Italy. February 21-22, 1991

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    Piancastelli, E.

    1991-01-01

    Separate abstracts were prepared for 28 papers given at the FIRE (Italian Federation for the Rational use of Energy), February, 1991, convention on cogeneration plant environmental impacts. The topics included: Italian and international normatives giving guidelines on methods to evaluate dual-purpose power plant environmental impacts; gas turbine CO, NOx and suspended particulates emission limits; noise pollution limits and abatement measures; ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) rate structure for auto-producing industries ceding power to the national grid; international research programs on cogeneration; the use of renewable energy sources for cogeneration systems; the function and role of energy managers; and commercialization of compact cogeneration plants for industry

  3. Evolution of energy tariffs in Italy

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    Tomassetti, G.

    1991-01-01

    Cogeneration plant economic feasibility studies require a sound knowledge of the relative local government fiscal policies and utility rate structure. Within this context, this paper gives an update of the current Italian situation. Reference is made to the revisions incorporated in the CIP (Italian Inter-ministerial Commission on Prices) Provisions No.'s 34 and 45 governing fuel oil and natural gas prices and ENEL's (Italian National Electricity Board) rate structure for on-site procedures of electric power. An example is given of a cost benefit analysis applied to an Italian made industrial cogeneration plant (producing 30Mcal/h heat and 15kWh electricity), called TOTEM

  4. Wind power: Italian auto-production legislation (ISES convention)

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    Mari, G.

    1991-01-01

    With reference to what was discussed at the Bologna (Italy) June 1991 ISES (International Solar Energy Society) convention on wind energy, this paper summarizes the Italian legislative framework relative to on-site power generation and outlines the National Energy Plan objectives regarding the promotion of the use, by industry, of renewable energy sources. Brief notes are also provided on wind energy promotional activities being carried out by ENEL (the Italian National Energy Board), ENEA (Italian Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment), and EWEA (the European Wind Energy Association)

  5. Status of Italian test data on seismic isolators and comparison with computer predictions

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    Forni, M.; Martelli, A.; Dusi, A.; Bettinali, F.

    1993-01-01

    In this paper the reliability of finite element model (FEM) for simulating the behaviour of high damping rubber bearings (HDRBs) is presented. R and D work on seismic isolation development and application, with particular regard to the numerical modelling, is in progress in Italy and encouraging results have already been obtained. Recently, 'optimized' and 'further optimized' isolators were designed, manufactured and tested in the framework of a co-operation among Italian and European partners (ENEL et al., 1993). For all the devices, numerical investigations have been carried out up to very large strains and the response of the FEMs has been verified against experimental evidence. (author)

  6. Electric power. Enron establishes in Italy

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    Anon.

    1997-01-01

    The US Enron group and the Italian Enel group have decided to create a joint-venture for the production of electric power in Italy. Their activities will be based on the transformation of existing classical thermal power plants into natural gas fueled combined cycle power plants. The total capacity of the converted power plants will be of 5000 MW. Enron should invest about 3 billions of US Dollars in this project and will be in a privileged position when the Italian electric power market will be open to competition in 1999. Short paper. (J.S.)

  7. Contribution of Italy to the activities on intercomparison of analysis methods for seismically isolated nuclear structures: Finite element analysis of lead rubber bearings

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    Dusi, A.; Forni, M.; Martelli, A.

    1998-01-01

    This paper presents a summary of the results of nonlinear Finite Element (FE) analyses carried out by ENEL-Ricerca, Hydraulic and Structural Centre and ENEA-ERG-SIEC-SISM, on Lead Rubber Bearings (LRBs). Activities were carried out in the framework of the four years' Coordinated Research Programme (CRP) of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on I ntercomparison of Analysis Methods for Seismically Isolated Nuclear Structures . The bearing Finite Element Models (FEMs) are validated through comparisons of the numerical results with experimental test data. The reliability of FEMs for simulating the behaviour of rubber bearings is presented and discussed. (author)

  8. The impact of the Nome law on the French market of electricity. How competition intensity will evolve?

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    2011-07-01

    This article presents the content of a market study which aimed at understanding the Nome law and at assessing its impact on the market, at gathering and analysing key figures of the French market of electricity (energy mix, consumption, gross prices, etc.), at assessing market shares of operators and their evolution, at comparing the commercial position of electricity providers, and at assessing the capacity of alternate operators to challenge EDF's positions. Ten providers have been analysed: Alpiq, Direct Energie, EDF, Electricite de Strasbourg, Enel France, E.ON France, GDF Suez, Gaz Electricite de Grenoble, Poweo, and Soregies

  9. Status report on Italian activities

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    Tavoni, R.

    1999-01-01

    The main features of the Italian energy supply situation is shown. Primary energy demand increased by 2.7% while the total final consumption was mainly attributed to industry, transport, household and services. Nuclear activities of ENEL were related mostly to nuclear fuel cycle, i.e. processing and disposal of nuclear waste from phased out nuclear power plants. The following nine research programs were foreseen: proton source; low and medium energy accelerator section; high energy accelerator section; neutron production for material characterization; general safety criteria and classification; neutronics and transmutation efficiency; thermal-hydraulic analysis; beam window technology; materials technology

  10. Perspective of nuclear power policy change and trend of nuclear industry activities from energy policy of European countries

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    Murakami, Tomoko; Matsuo, Yuji; Nagatomi, Yu

    2009-01-01

    European countries of nuclear power phase-out have changed to commit to the future of nuclear energy due to the intended low-carbon power, the energy security concerns and the need of replacement reactors as current reactors approach the end of operating lives, as Italian government has passed legislation to build new nuclear power plants. This article described the perspective of nuclear power policy changes in UK, Italy an Sweden and the business trend and the SWOT analysis of related electric utilities (EDF, Enel and Vattenfall) and nuclear industries (Areva NP, Sheffield Forgemasters, ENSA and Studsvik). Policy implications obtained from this analysis were commented for Japanese nuclear industry activities. (T. Tanaka)

  11. Nuevas variedades de rocas ornamentales de la provincia de Buenos Aires : II parte

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    Ronconi, Néstor; Marchioni, Daniela; Echeveste, Horacio José

    1994-01-01

    En la presente contribución se exponen los resultados de la segunda etapa de un trabajo de prospección geológico-minera que se está realizando en.el ambiente serrano de la provincia de Buenos Aires en relación con la presencia de rocas con aptitudes ornamentales y cuyo primer adelanto fue plasmado en un trabajo publicado por la Comisión de Investigaciones Científicas en 1991. Dado que el territorio provincial ha sido escasamente explorado en cu...

  12. Los fantasmas de Portales. Bandidaje y prácticas judiciales en Chile, 1830-1850

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    Daniel Palma Alvarado

    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available A partir del seguimiento a la trayectoria de unbandido de la zona central de Chile y de susexperiencias enfrentando a la justicia y el castigo,el estudio reconstruye el proceso de conformación del denominado “orden portaliano” enel campo de la justicia criminal. Especialmente interesa examinar la interacción entre el poder y los bandidos en un ámbito donde se ventilaron con particular nitidez las tensiones entre el afán disciplinario de los gobernantes y la reticencia de quienes eran objeto de una mayor vigilancia y sanción.

  13. Production of valuable humified substrate by meansco-composting of source-collected vegetable and industrial wastes

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    Varallo, G.

    1992-01-01

    Recently, the ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) Coal-ash Utilization Research Centre has been more and more interested in developing suitable procedures in order to recycle residues from coal combustion in electric power generating stations for use in agricultural and forestry activities. Particular attention is currently being given to the production of humified substrates by means of co-composting mixtures of green waste and fly ash. The transformation process involves a reduction in the waste quantities destined for dumping, a decrease in environmental pollution and the recycling of nutrients which avoid or reduce the indiscriminate use of chemical fertilizers and humid biotopes such as peat mosses

  14. Tratamiento cognitivo-conductual de la sintomatología asociada a la menopausia

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    Cristina Larroy

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available El cese definitivo de la menstruación se presenta asociado a una serie de síntomas físicos,psicológicos y sociales susceptibles de ser abordados mediante técnicas cognitivo conductuales. Enel presente trabajo se presenta un programa de intervención basado en dichas técnicas. Treintamujeres climatéricas siguieron este programa durante diez semanas. Los resultados indican que elprograma consigue la reducción de los síntomas y la mejora de la calidad de vida.

  15. Mergers and acquisitions in the European electricity sector. Cases and patterns

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    Codognet, M.K.; Glachant, J.M.; Leveque, F.; Plagnet, M.A.

    2002-08-01

    This report surveys 96 mergers and acquisitions of electric power companies in the European Union from January 1998 to August 2002. Cases are described in part 1 and patterns in part 2. The companies in concern are: E.ON (Germany), Powergen (UK), RWE (Germany), National Power (UK), Innogy (UK), Electricite de France (EdF), Edison (Italy), EnBW (Germany), Electricidade de Portugal (EdP), Suez (France), Endesa (Spain), Enel (Italy), Vattenfall (Sweden), Bewag (Germany), Hafslund ASA (Norway), FORTUM (Finland), STATKRAFT (Norway), British Energy (UK), Scottish and Southern Energy (UK), National Grid Transco (UK), Centrica (UK), Sydvest Energi (Denmark), Essent (Netherlands) and Nuon (Netherlands). (J.S.)

  16. The EU's major electricity and gas utilities since market liberalization

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    Schuelke, Christian

    2011-06-01

    A major change has taken place in the company structure of the European electricity and gas markets. Twenty years ago, national or regional monopolies dominated the markets and there was strictly no competition between utilities. But since the liberalization of EU energy markets began in the 1990's, companies like E.ON, GDF Suez, EDF, Enel, and RWE have become European giants with activities in a large number of Member States. The advocates of market liberalization did not expect, or even intend, the emergence of a small number of large utilities that control an increasing part of the EU market. Some observers already claim that liberalization has led to an oligopoly with detrimental consequences for competition. Based on extensive background research, this book presents a fact-based analysis of the changes in the European utility sector since the 1990's. Case studies of the seven largest utilities illustrate how companies adapted their strategies to the changing market environment. The author underlines diverging choices and common trends like geographic expansion into new markets via mergers and acquisitions or diversification of business activities with the aim of using synergies between electricity and gas. Contents: Executive Summary. Introduction. Seven Case Studies of Changing Strategies of Major European Energy Utilities since Market Liberalization (E.ON, GDF Suez, EDF, Enel, RWE, Iberdrola, Vattenfall, Other European Utilities). Overview of Major National and Regional Electricity and Gas Market in the EU (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Nordic, Belgium and the Netherlands, Central and Eastern Europe). Conclusions. Annex. Bibliography

  17. INFRASTRUCTURE

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    Between the end of March to June 2011, there has been no detector downtime during proton fills due to CMS Infrastructures failures. This exceptional performance is a clear sign of the high quality work done by the CMS Infrastructures unit and its supporting teams. Powering infrastructure At the end of March, the EN/EL group observed a problem with the CMS 48 V system. The problem was a lack of isolation between the negative (return) terminal and earth. Although at that moment we were not seeing any loss of functionality, in the long term it would have led to severe disruption to the CMS power system. The 48 V system is critical to the operation of CMS: in addition to feeding the anti-panic lights, essential for the safety of the underground areas, it powers all the PLCs (Twidos) that control AC power to the racks and front-end electronics of CMS. A failure of the 48 V system would bring down the whole detector and lead to evacuation of the cavern. EN/EL technicians have made an accurate search of the fault, ...

  18. Vigorous decontamination tests of steel samples

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    Agostinelli, A.; Bregani, F.; Pascali, R.; Ronchetti, C.

    1982-01-01

    Among operative deCommissioning problems, the chemical decontamination of metallic surfaces of LWR, mainly with the use of high vigorous reagents, is being studied in particular. ENEL research activities, partially financed by the European Community Commission, began at the end of 1980, and are being developed by CRTN, Centro di Ricerca Termica e Nucleare, in close connection with ENEL-DPT and CISE. The main aim is the identification, development, and assessment of vigorous decontamination techniques taking into account the amount and disposal cost of liquid radwaste. The test materials come from the primary loop of the BWR-Garigliano plant. Activity levels, mainly due to 60 Co, range from about 0.01 μCi/cm 2 for predecontaminated material to some μCi/cm 2 for virgin material. Moreover, traces of 90 Sr-Y beta pure emitter and alpha emitters are monitored. Research is at first carried out by screening static tests for the optimization of etching static parameters (time, temperature, reagent concentrations). Reagent effectiveness will then be tested in a special experimental loop (DECO), in dynamic conditions simulating in-situ real procedures of decontamination. Hydrofluoric, nitric and hydrochloric acids and mixtures of them have been used for the first tests. Sometimes total oxide removal is possible, and when this takes place, the final contamination levels are in accordance with limits indicated for unrestricted release materials in some countries. 18 references, 13 figures, 5 tables

  19. Comparison between MAAP and ECART predictions of radionuclide transport throughout a French standard PWR reactor coolant system; Transport des radionucleides dans le circuit primaire d`un REP: comparaison des codes MAAP et ECART

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    Hervouet, C.; Ranval, W. [Electricite de France (EDF), 92 - Clamart (France); Parozzi, F.; Eusebi, M. [Ente Nazionale per l`Energia Elettrica, Rome (Italy)

    1996-04-01

    In the framework of a collaboration agreement between EDF and ENEL, the MAAP (Modular Accident Analysis Program) and ECART (ENEL Code for Analysis of radionuclide Transport) predictions about the fission product retention inside the reactor cooling system of a French PWR 1300 MW during a small Loss of Coolant Accident were compared. The volatile fission products CsI, CsOH, TeO{sub 2} and the structural materials, all of them released early by the core, are more retained in MAAP than in ECART. On the other hand, the non-volatile fission products, released later, are more retained in ECART than in MAAP, because MAAP does not take into account diffusion-phoresis: in fact, this deposition phenomenon is very significant when the molten core vaporizes the water of the vessel lower plenum. Centrifugal deposition in bends, that can be modeled only with ECART, slightly increases the whole retention in the circuit if it is accounted for. (authors). 18 refs., figs., tabs.

  20. Completion of Units 3 and 4 at Mochovce NPP

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    Aquilanti, G.

    2009-01-01

    After the completion of a feasibility study, SE/ENEL decided to complete Mochovce Nuclear Power Plant Units 3 and 4 in April 2007. In July 2008, after a revision of the Basic Design that led to the inclusion of additional safety improvements, the European Commission issued a positive viewpoint on the decision. In August 2008 the Slovak Nuclear Regulatory Authority issued a permit for 'modification of a construction project prior to its completion', approving the Basic Design modifications: the kick-off of site activities was on November 2008. In December 2008, SE initiated the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) procedure aimed at obtaining the Operational License by submitting the EIA intent to the Ministry of Environment. A multi contractual strategy was adopted for the completion works: the total number of foreseen contracts is about 250 (90 main and additional 160 minor). In the following the present status of the project is presented: in particular, the Project Management system implemented by SE/ENEL is described and the progress of the engineering, fabrication and construction activities is analyzed. (author)

  1. Comparison between MAAP and ECART predictions of radionuclide transport throughout a French standard PWR reactor coolant system

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    Hervouet, C.; Ranval, W.; Parozzi, F.; Eusebi, M.

    1996-04-01

    In the framework of a collaboration agreement between EDF and ENEL, the MAAP (Modular Accident Analysis Program) and ECART (ENEL Code for Analysis of radionuclide Transport) predictions about the fission product retention inside the reactor cooling system of a French PWR 1300 MW during a small Loss of Coolant Accident were compared. The volatile fission products CsI, CsOH, TeO 2 and the structural materials, all of them released early by the core, are more retained in MAAP than in ECART. On the other hand, the non-volatile fission products, released later, are more retained in ECART than in MAAP, because MAAP does not take into account diffusion-phoresis: in fact, this deposition phenomenon is very significant when the molten core vaporizes the water of the vessel lower plenum. Centrifugal deposition in bends, that can be modeled only with ECART, slightly increases the whole retention in the circuit if it is accounted for. (authors). 18 refs., figs., tabs

  2. Ten-yearly report on operations at the Garigliano nuclear power station

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    1977-01-01

    This document is the final report on operation of the Garigliano Nuclear Power Station as required under the participation contract between Enel and Euratom and refers to the first ten years of commercial operation (1 May 1964-31 December 1973) of the power station. In the decade in question the Garigliano Power Station has assumed an important position in the world spectrum of nuclear energy since it was the first thermal-power reactor in the world to have irradiated considerable quantities of plutonium as a fuel in its own core for the production of energy. An experimental programme on this was started in 1966 with theoretical study of plutonium recycling and was followed by the charging of the Garigliano reactor with some mixed oxide elements (PuO 2 -UO 2 ) in 1968 and 1970. The excellent performance of these prototype elements, which among other things were examined in detail at the end of each radiation cycle, prompted Enel to decide in favour of the use of entire batches of recycled fuel elements of the PuO 2 -UO 2 type in the reactor from 1975 onwards

  3. The strategies of development of electricity and natural gas providers in France. High gross prices, tariff maintenance...: how do alternate operators come through?

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    2008-11-01

    This article presents the content of a market study which aimed at gathering and analysing key figures of the electricity and natural gas markets, at assessing the actual degree of opening to competition of these French markets, at comparing the position and offers of providers, at identifying the best commercial and marketing practices, and at assessing the impact of the GDF Suez merge and of the arrival of E.ON and Enel in France. A first volume addresses the strategic perspectives for electricity and natural gas providers on the French market: current status and perspectives of the French markets of electricity and natural gas, strategic orientations of operators, scenarios of reconfiguration of French markets of electricity and natural gas by 2012. The second volume proposes a deep analysis of position and perspectives of 22 electricity and natural gas providers: Alterna, Atel Energie, Direct Energie, Distrigaz, EDF, Electrabel, Electricite de Strasbourg, Enel, Enercoop, E.ON, Endesa, Gas Natural, Gaz de France, Gazprom, Gaz Electricite de Grenoble, HEWenergies, Poweo, Soregies, Tegaz, Usine d'Electricite de Metz, Vialis

  4. The renaissance of Italian nuclear power; La renaissance du nucleaire italien

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    Bouchter, J.C.; Cassuto, A. [CEA/Ambassade de France a Rome (Italy)

    2010-07-15

    In the fifties Italy was an advanced country in terms of nuclear electricity but as a consequence of the Chernobyl accident Italy changed drastically its energy policy and closed definitely all its nuclear plants. Now in order to be less dependent on energy imports and to reduce its CO{sub 2} emission, Italy has changed its mind and welcomes nuclear power in its future energy mix. The aim is to reach the following contributions for the production of electricity in 2030: 50% from fossil fuels, 25% from renewable energies and 25% from nuclear energy (13.000 MWe) and with a first reactor operating in 2020. The main actors of the renaissance of nuclear power in Italy are: -) ENEL (the second electricity producer in Europe), -) SOGIN, a company that is mainly in charge of the dismantling of nuclear plants, -) ENEA a state agency for the development of new technologies, energy and sustainable development, and -) companies working in the nuclear industry like ANSALDO. Various collaboration agreements have been signed between ENEL and EDF or between ENEA and CEA concerning staff training, nuclear safety or radioactive waste management. The main difficulties of this renaissance of the nuclear energy are to get the agreement of the national and local populations as well as that of the political class that is strongly marked by a division in 2 wings. (A.C.)

  5. The renaissance of Italian nuclear power

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    Bouchter, J.C.; Cassuto, A.

    2010-01-01

    In the fifties Italy was an advanced country in terms of nuclear electricity but as a consequence of the Chernobyl accident Italy changed drastically its energy policy and closed definitely all its nuclear plants. Now in order to be less dependent on energy imports and to reduce its CO 2 emission, Italy has changed its mind and welcomes nuclear power in its future energy mix. The aim is to reach the following contributions for the production of electricity in 2030: 50% from fossil fuels, 25% from renewable energies and 25% from nuclear energy (13.000 MWe) and with a first reactor operating in 2020. The main actors of the renaissance of nuclear power in Italy are: -) ENEL (the second electricity producer in Europe), -) SOGIN, a company that is mainly in charge of the dismantling of nuclear plants, -) ENEA a state agency for the development of new technologies, energy and sustainable development, and -) companies working in the nuclear industry like ANSALDO. Various collaboration agreements have been signed between ENEL and EDF or between ENEA and CEA concerning staff training, nuclear safety or radioactive waste management. The main difficulties of this renaissance of the nuclear energy are to get the agreement of the national and local populations as well as that of the political class that is strongly marked by a division in 2 wings. (A.C.)

  6. A model of Alto Lazio boiling water reactor using the LEGO code balance of plant simulation

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    Spelta, S.; Garbossa, G.B.

    1989-01-01

    An extensive effort has been made at the Italian National Electricity Board (ENEL) to construct and validate a LEGO model capable of simulating the operational transients of the Alto Lazio Nuclear Station, a two twin-units site with BWR/6 class reactors, rated at 2894 MWt and with Mark III containment. LEGO is a modular package developed at the Research and development Department of the Italian National Electricity Board (CRA-ENEL) for computer aided modeling of fossil-fired and nuclear steam power plants. In this paper a system analysis model capable of describing steady-state and transient performance of the Balance of Plant (BOP) of the Alto Lazio Power Station is presented. This is one of two companion papers devoted to the description of the overall plant model including both the Nuclear Steam Supply System (NSSS) and the BOP. In the paper, after a brief summary of the main LEGO characteristics, a description of the BOP lay-out is presented. The overall model, which has been set-up, including control systems and automation, is very detailed and consists of almost 2000 differential or algebraic equations. After a brief description of the mathematical model, two significant transients obtained using the overall model are presented and discussed

  7. Photovoltaic plants in the electronic system

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    Marzio, L.; Vigotti, R.

    1999-01-01

    The article provides a 1998 updated picture of Italy's and the world's photovoltaic market in terms of produced modules and total installed capacity, as well as market growth forecasts up to 2010. After a short description of the state-of-the-art of cell and module manufacturing, ana analysis of the cost of producing a photovoltaic kW is reported for different plant types: stand-alone plants with energy storage batteries, plants connected to low low voltage networks or intended for supporting medium voltage networks, hybrid plants with diesel sets. The article is concluded by illustrating ENEL's (Electric Power Production Company) engagement in the field of photovoltaic solar energy as regards theoretical studies, research and testing of new technologies, and installing plants; over nearly twenty years of activity, ENEL has designed and built a few hundreds of photovoltaic plants for a total capacity of about 4.000 kW, and is currently in the process of setting up a further 370 kW [it

  8. Regulation and competition in public utilities: Electric utility management in Italy and other industrialized countries

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    Fraquelli, G.

    1992-01-01

    In industrialized countries, electric power has become a vital energy resource requiring significant efforts on the part of national institutions to establish and maintain sound management and energy supply strategies. The situation in Italy reflects world trends in that electric power in this country now accounts for over one-third of total energy consumption and this percentage is expected to increase steadily through to the year 2000. This endorsement of electric power is having a strong impact on quality of life and on international relations as Italy, in order to ensure security of energy supplies, is actively pursuing of strategy of energy source and supplier diversification. With reference to recent proposals, in line with European Communities free market strategies, to deregulate the Italian electric power industry, this paper briefly analyzes the current institutional nature of ENEL (the Italian National Electricity Board) and compares the Italian electric power industry and market situation with that of Japan and the USA. The various aspects taken into consideration include investment, rate structure, quality of service, management methods and competition. An analysis is made of the most pressing difficulties currently troubling ENEL and suggestions are made as to the best courses of action to be taken

  9. Advanced on-line monitoring of power plant water/steam quality

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    Perboni, G.; Rocchini, G.; Sigon, F. [Ente Nazionale per l`Energia Elettrica, Milan (Italy)

    1995-03-01

    To improve the behaviour and resistance of materials in the water-steam cycle critical components (steam generator, condensate heaters, turbine) it is necessary to adopt proper actions for promoting formation and integrity of surface protective oxide layers and preventing general and localised corrosion and transport processes of corrosion products throughout the cycle. In this report two important topics are reported: steam side corrosion in the low pressure turbines induced by the `first condensate` in the final stages of the turbine, and the stability of the oxides layers as a function of the condensate chemistry, with particular attention to the transport of corrosion products to the boiler. Furthermore an innovative technique for monitoring some physico-chemical parameters at the actual fluid temperature (150-300C) using new electrochemical sensors improved by ENEL/CRAM is studied: pH, conductivity, corrosion rate, corrosion and redox potentials.ENEL/CRAM validated on lab-scale testing loops these sensors and carried out the following programs: calibration procedures, reliability of the response, long-term stability and assessment of a reduced maintenance. Applications of the electrochemical methods to fossil fired units have demonstrated their validity for monitoring the cycle chemistry and the resistance to corrosion of structural materials in real time.

  10. Glykogen jako nový materiál pro multimodální diagnostiku

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    Hrubý, Martin; Filippov, Sergey K.; Kučka, Jan; Sedláček, Ondřej; Vetrík, Miroslav; Kovář, J.; Jirák, D.

    2012-01-01

    Roč. 106, č. 6 (2012), s. 548 ISSN 0009-2770. [Sjezd asociací českých a slovenských chemických společností /64./. 25.06.2012-27.06.2012, Olomouc] R&D Projects: GA ČR GPP207/10/P054; GA ČR GAP108/10/1560; GA ČR GAP108/12/0640; GA ČR GAP304/12/0950 Institutional research plan: CEZ:AV0Z40500505 Institutional support: RVO:61389013 Keywords : glycogen * magnetic resonance imaging * Gd- DOTA Subject RIV: CD - Macromolecular Chemistry http://www.chemicke-listy.cz/docs/full/2012_06_545-553.pdf

  11. Proposal to negotiate an amendment to an existing contract for the supply of additional vacuum vessels for the short-straight sections of the LHC

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    2005-01-01

    This document concerns the proposal to negotiate an amendment to an existing contract for the supply of additional vacuum vessels for the short-straight sections of the LHC. For the reasons explained in this document, the Finance Committee is invited to approve an amendment to an existing contract with SLOVENSKE ENERGETICKE STROJARNE (SK) for the supply of 25 additional vacuum vessels for the short-straight sections for the LHC for an amount of 140 000 euros (216 999 Swiss francs), subject to revision for inflation, bringing the total to a maximum amount of 6 176 855 euros (9 574 097 Swiss francs), subject to revision for inflation. The rate of exchange used is that stipulated in the tender.

  12. Recenzije, prikazi

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    Lubomíra Havlíková, Peter Ivanič, Martin Hetényi: Po stopách sv. Cyrila a Metoda: výberová bibliografi a českýcha a slovenských prác za roky 1945 – 2011 = In the footsteps of St. Cyril ant Methodus: selective bibliography of works from Bohemia and Slovakia published in 1945 – 2011, Nitra, 2013. (Marijan ŠABIĆ); Tibor Neumann (prir.): A Szapolyai család oklevéltára I. Levelek és oklevelek (1458-1526) / Documenta Szapolyaiana I. Epistulae et litterae (1458-526), Budapest, 2012. (Stanko ANDRIĆ);...

  13. Za koncept vseživljenjskega izobraževanja in vseživljenjskega učenja je koncept izobraževanja odraslih vitalnega pomena

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    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Sredi finančne krize se vse bolj izgublja spomin na to, kaj nam je Evropska unija dala doslej in nam daje zdaj, tudi na področju izobraževanja odraslih, zato je morebiti prav, da se vrnemo k preglednim vtisom s konference, ki je zaznamovala deseti rojstni dan programa Grundtvig. Konference Deset let programa Grundtvig ali deset let inovativnosti in inovacij v izobraževanju odrasli v Bruslju sem se resda udeležila kot predstavnica AGE Platform Europe, vodilne evropske organizacije za vprašanja starejših, kjer delujem kot izvedenka za zaposlovanje in izobraževanje starejših. Uradno sicer ne, v resnici pa sem na tej konferenci zagovarjala tudi stališča slovenske univerze za tretje življenjsko obdobje in seveda stališča, ki smo jih razvili v slovenski andragogiki.

  14. A review of the Italian fast reactor programme, March 1979

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    Pierantoni, F

    1979-07-01

    Year 1978 in Italy was marked by a standstill in the nuclear energy field. The decisions previously made for the installation of eight 1000 MWe LWR-type reactors could not be acted upon because of the opposition of local authorities and lack of Government power. The construction site at Montalto di Castro (two BWR reactors) was ope ned with difficulty, whereas the decision to install a plant in Mo use equipped with two PWR reactor was postponed. The new presidents of ENEL and CNEN were appointed in January this year and the appointments of the new Boards of Directors are underway. With regard to CNEN, many political bodies are in agreement on an institutional change which would widen field of activity to include new energy sources, solar energy in particular. This will open a big problem: if CNEN will be no more a 'nuclear body, it could be necessary to transfer all the activities connected to the Regulatory Commission to another separate body to be instituted. In this context, the fast reactor programme has continued to develop under the directives of CIPE, and has concentrated its effort on the following three objectives: the PEC-Reactor, the Creys-Malville Power Plant and research and development, and industrial promotion. These objectives are being pursued with the participation of CNEN, ENEL and Italian industry. CNEN has the role of committing and operating the PEC reactor; it is also charged to perform part of the R and D Italian-French programme and to promote industrial development. ENEL participates in the NERSA Company, owner of the Creys-Malville Plant. Italian industry, with its activities of architect-engineering, designing and manufacturing will participate in the construction of the PEC and of the Italian part (33%) of the Creys-Malville Plant. During the last months of 1978 a consortium (COREY) was set up by CNEN and NIRA which has the purpose of integrating and ensuring the smooth running of Italian efforts in the field of long-term research and

  15. A review of the Italian fast reactor programme, March 1979

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    Pierantoni, F.

    1979-01-01

    Year 1978 in Italy was marked by a standstill in the nuclear energy field. The decisions previously made for the installation of eight 1000 MWe LWR-type reactors could not be acted upon because of the opposition of local authorities and lack of Government power. The construction site at Montalto di Castro (two BWR reactors) was ope ned with difficulty, whereas the decision to install a plant in Mo use equipped with two PWR reactor was postponed. The new presidents of ENEL and CNEN were appointed in January this year and the appointments of the new Boards of Directors are underway. With regard to CNEN, many political bodies are in agreement on an institutional change which would widen field of activity to include new energy sources, solar energy in particular. This will open a big problem: if CNEN will be no more a 'nuclear body, it could be necessary to transfer all the activities connected to the Regulatory Commission to another separate body to be instituted. In this context, the fast reactor programme has continued to develop under the directives of CIPE, and has concentrated its effort on the following three objectives: the PEC-Reactor, the Creys-Malville Power Plant and research and development, and industrial promotion. These objectives are being pursued with the participation of CNEN, ENEL and Italian industry. CNEN has the role of committing and operating the PEC reactor; it is also charged to perform part of the R and D Italian-French programme and to promote industrial development. ENEL participates in the NERSA Company, owner of the Creys-Malville Plant. Italian industry, with its activities of architect-engineering, designing and manufacturing will participate in the construction of the PEC and of the Italian part (33%) of the Creys-Malville Plant. During the last months of 1978 a consortium (COREY) was set up by CNEN and NIRA which has the purpose of integrating and ensuring the smooth running of Italian efforts in the field of long-term research and

  16. Evolution of Italian environmental normative on cogeneration and application of Law 10/91

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    Piancastelli, E.

    1992-01-01

    From the Proceedings of the FIRE (Italian Federation for the Rational use of Energy), December 12 - 13, 1991, meeting, separate abstracts were prepared for 2 papers. The main topics were: the planning criteria that went into the formulation of the incentives made possible through Italian legislation on cogeneration plants for on-site power generation and the response obtained from small, medium and large industrial firms; the evaluation of cogeneration plants for on-site power generation to allow prospective cogeneration plant owners to build energy/cost efficient plants and to be able to make a proper assessment of eligible financial assistance which may be obtained through the provisions of energy conservation/environmental protection normatives and laws set up by the Italian National Energy Plan; and the determination of optimal contracts with ENEL (the Italian National Electricity Board), especially for the case of excess power to be ceded to the national grid

  17. Energy rationalization in the dairy industry through the use of ultrafiltration

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    Faletti, L; Peri, C

    1987-02-01

    This study is one of several made by Italian universities on behalf of ENEL to razionalize the energy demand pattern of some industrial branches and identify, among the various solutions, those that might bring about primary energy saving through the use of electricity. Specifically, this study was undertaken to verify the applicability of certain diaphragm separation technologies such as ultrafiltration in Italy, and to assess their energy-efficiency in terms of primary energy. Research carried out on this subject and the industrial experience of the last years point to the possibility of using ultrafiltration in the manufacture of typical soft cheese in direct competition with conventional technologies. The expected benefits of greater yield and energy saving are of great national economic relevance, since Italy imports both the raw material (milk) and energy resources.

  18. Taipei IAP, Taiwan. Revised Uniform Summary of Surface Weather Observations (RUSSWO). Parts A-F.

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    p ILA" .O.. (L.’ SPEED ,t MEAN (KNTS) 14-6 7. 10 1 -16 17- 21 22 -27 28 33 34 40 41 %. WEND DIR. iSP~ tD N ___ _ .1! 3_ _ - N .71 I _2 ._ 1 .- 5. ENE...LL .,. ,L - k -- ... 1 1. 117 L53 561 55 .3 3.2 3.0 151 1.1 .31 13Q 119 120 128 54/ 53. ,. 3.7 2 5 1,4 7_ 12A 137 106 52/ 51 .1 2.2 2.21 .2 ,1 86 86...43 1Z 362 74/ 7l . j~e *b .6 .1 .1 𔃻! 41 97 2101 72/ 71 tL. ,. 13 . .A__._ __.. 16 - L53 88 7./ 69 .2 .1 . 6 23 571 ___o zL -- -- .. A. .. 66/ 65

  19. The current wind energy programme in Italy

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    Ambrosini, G.; Foli, U.; Sesto, E.; Vigotti, R.

    1991-01-01

    In Italy, the main activities in the field of wind energy are carried out by two state-owned organizations, ENEA (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment) and ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board), and two major wind turbine generator manufacturers, Alenia/WEST and Riva Calzoni, within the framework of a national programme which is supervized by the Ministry of Industry and Commerce. The work currently under way concerns both wind power plant siting and the development and testing of Italian-made wind turbine generators ranging from 5 to 1500 kW in power. In addition, programmes aimed at constructing wind-farms made up of medium-sized machines (200-400 kW) have recently been launched

  20. Italian electricity supply contracts optimization: ECO computer code

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    Napoli, G.; Savelli, D.

    1993-01-01

    The ECO (Electrical Contract Optimization) code written in the Microsoft WINDOWS 3.1 language can be handled with a 286 PC and a minimum of RAM. It consists of four modules, one for the calculation of ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) tariffs, one for contractual time-of-use tariffs optimization, a table of tariff coefficients, and a module for monthly power consumption calculations based on annual load diagrams. The optimization code was developed by ENEA (Italian Agency for New Technology, Energy and the Environment) to help Italian industrial firms comply with new and complex national electricity supply contractual regulations and tariffs. In addition to helping industrial firms determine optimum contractual arrangements, the code also assists them in optimizing their choice of equipment and production cycles

  1. La alucinación verbal tiene la estructura de la holofrase

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    Arturo de la Pava Ossa

    2009-05-01

    Full Text Available ¿En qué sentido la alucinaciónauditiva tiene la estructura dela holofrase? La holofrase es lainterjección, dice Lacan en 1958.En 1964, plantea que cuando enel primer par significante no hayintervalo, se solidifica, “se holofrasea”;a lo que añade que algo delmismo orden ocurre en la psicosis.Esta afirmación aporta elementospara pensar que la alucinación esuna holofrase y cómo a partir deella el psicótico construye su delirioparanoico.Palabras clave: holofrase, interjección,alucinación, discurso, funciónfálica.

  2. European energy policy and Italian national rights

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    Gentile, G.G.

    1991-01-01

    In light of energy market upheavals expected as a result of the up-coming European free trade market, impacts on existing Italian energy legislation, currently hinging on the monopolistic activities of ENEL, (Italian National Electricity Board) are examined. The various aspects dealt with include: legal implications of the integration, under monopolistic and deregulated national energy market scenarios, of new legislation, on the production and distribution of renewable energy sources, with existing energy legislation; the combined effects of strong competition in a new international energy market and energy supply vulnerability due strong dependence on OPEC supplied petroleum; Italian regional economic unbalance due to the possible introduction, in a deregulated European electric power market, of a common carrier system of electric power distribution, that due to Italy's particular geography is expected to be controlled by a firm locatednear the northern border; power pooling legislation and rate structure transparency in a deregulated energy market

  3. Control of feedwater composition of BWR power plant

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    Sturla, P.; D'Anna, A.; Borgese, D.

    1983-01-01

    Corrosion behaviour of fuel element cladding, cycle structural materials and dose rate increase are relevant to physico-chemical characteristics of process coolants and to adopted operational conditions. A careful control of cycle chemistry, during loading and shutdown periods, is necessary to verify material choices, the polishing system and chemistry specifications. For this purpose ENEL carried out some preliminary experimental tests employing continuous control system and samples for specific analytical determinations. The cycle points checked during about two months were: main condensate; condensate after polishing system; outlet of low pressure heathers; final feedwater; inlet and outlet of clean-up system; drains to condenser. The physico-chemical analysis were related to corrosion product levels (Cu, Fe, Ni, Co) and water chemistry (pH, conductivity, dissolved oxygen etc.). The preliminary results allow to express some considerations about sampling procedures, detection limits and reliability of analytical employed methods. The acquisition data time and some morphological oxide pictures are also showed. (author)

  4. Plume rise measurements at Turbigo

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    Anfossi, D

    1982-01-01

    This paper presents analyses of plume measurements obtained during that campaign by the ENEL ground-based Lidar. The five stacks of Turbigo Power Plant have different heights and emission parameters and their plumes usually combine, so a model for multiple sources was used to predict the plume rises. These predictions are compared with the observations. Measurements of sigma/sub v/ and sigma/sub z/ over the first 1000 m are compared with the curves derived from other observations in the Po Valley, using the no-lift balloon technique over the same range of downwind distance. Skewness and kurtosis distributions are shown, both along the vertical and the horizontal directions. In order to show the plume structure in more detail, we present two examples of Lidar-derived cross sections and the corresponding vertically and horizontally integrated concentration profiles.

  5. Computer aided planning of distribution systems and connection with medium term load forecast

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    di Salvatore, F.; Grattieri, W.; Insinga, F.; Malafarina, L.; Mazzoni, M.; Nicola, G.

    1990-01-01

    In order to perform planning studies on HV (40-l50 kV), MV and LV networks, ENEL (Italian Electricity Board) has developed a computation system composed of a set of integrated programs which utilize the information stored in several data bases, with the aim of: providing energy consumption forecasts for each area of the country; transferring consumption for each area to the distribution network nodes and to evaluating the electric demand by using a statistical power/energy correlation model; analyzing several network development alternatives and selecting the optimum development plan by comparing the overall costs (investments, operation, risk). In order to make its utilization by planners easier, the computation system will be operated with interactive and graphic procedures made available by the use of graphic work stations. This report describes the main objectives and basic hypotheses assumed in the preparation of the computation system, as well as, the system's general architecture

  6. Past and present role of fast breeder reactors in Italy

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    Castelli, G.; Cicognani, G.; Ghilardotti, G.; Musso, B.

    1978-01-01

    The paper describes the programme that is under development in Italy for fast breeder reactors. The Italian engagement in the construction of the Creys-Malville plant is discussed as well as the work at present under way in R and D activities and on the PEC reactor. The roles of the different organizations involved in the fast breeder reactor programme are also considered with particular attention to the activities carried out by AGIP NUCLEARE, CNEN, ENEL, NIRA and by the manufacturing companies. An overall picture of the different agreements between European countries is also given with reference to the construction of the Creys-Malville plant and to research and industrial development activities. (author)

  7. Fossil fuel power plant combustion control: Research in Italy

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    Pasini, S.; Trebbi, G.

    1991-01-01

    Electric power demand forecasts for Italy to the year 2000 indicate an increase of about 50% which, due to the current moratorium on nuclear energy, should be met entirely by fossil fuel power plants. Now, there is growing public concern about possible negative health impacts due to the air pollution produced through the combustion of fossil fuels. In response to these concerns, ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) is investing heavily in air pollution abatement technology R ampersand D. The first phase involves the investigation of pollution mechanisms in order to develop suitable mathematical models and diagnostic techniques. The validity of the models is being tested through through measurements made by sophisticated instrumentation placed directly inside the combustion chambers of steam generator systems. These are allowing engineers to develop improved combustion control methods designed to reduce air pollution at source

  8. The cost of electricity distribution in Italy: a quantitative analysis

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    Scarpa, C.

    1998-01-01

    This paper presents a quantitative analysis of the cost of medium and low tension electricity distribution in Italy. An econometric analysis of the cost function is proposed, on the basis of data on 147 zones of the dominant firm, ENEL. Data are available only for 1996, which has forced to carry out only a cross-section OLS analysis. The econometric estimate shows the existence of significant scale economies, that the current organisational structure does not exploit. On this basis is also possible to control to what extent exogenous cost drivers affect costs. The role of numerous exogenous factors considered seems however quite limited. The area of the distribution zone and an indicator of quality are the only elements that appear significant from an economic viewpoint [it

  9. DUELOS FELICES, TEORÍAS ÁGILES

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    Gabriel Gatti

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available A partir de la revisión de los límites y los usos posibles de una categoría periférica en la obra deAlfonso Párez-Agote, la del duelo, el artículo hace un "elogio aplicado" de una forma de "hacerteoría investigando" (teoría caliente, teoría de alcance intermedio. El elogio aplicado, pormandato de coherencia, solo puede ser tal si estira los usos de la categoría en Pérez-Agote, si loslleva más allá. Así, además de proponer desindividualizar o socializar el concepto de duelo, eltexto lanza una hipótesis sencilla: que el duelo puede ocupar existencias colectivas completas enel espacio y en el tiempo y que esas existencias colectivas son sociales, pero no sociales comocualquier otra.

  10. Nacimiento de niños pequeños para la edad gestacional

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    2017-05-01

    Full Text Available Señor editor: Ya que la prevalencia de niños pequeños para la edad gestacional (PEG es casi siempre inversamente proporcional al grado de desarrollo socioeconómico,aquí se presentan resultados de una investigación sobre todos los recién nacidos (40 454 entre 2002 y 2009 enel Hospital Público Materno Infantil de la provincia de Salta, al norte de Argentina, una de las zonas menos desarrolladas del país. En el último decenio nacieron, en promedio,30 000 niños al año: 68% en el sector público y 47% en este hospital. El objetivo fue determinar la influencia de factores preconcepcionales, concepcionales y del proceso de atención a madres residentes en el municipio capital en el peso para la edad gestacional de sus hijos...

  11. PROMOVENDO A ALFABETIZAÇÃO CIENTÍFICA POR MEIO DE ENSINO INVESTIGATIVO NO ENSINO MÉDIO DE QUÍMICA: CONTRIBUIÇÕES PARA A FORMAÇÃO INICIAL DOCENTE

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    Mayara de Souza Miranda

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Ese trabajo analizó los niveles investigativos de una secuenciadidáctica y los indicadores de Alfabetización Científica promovidosen estudiantes de química de la Secundaria, en clases elaboradas yministradas por una licencianda participante de un grupo de reflexiónorientada. El trabajo también permitió comprender las posiblescontribuciones de las acciones desarrolladas para la formación inicialde la licencianda participante. Mediante los análisis, fue posible inferirque las clases contemplaron características investigativas e indicadoresque evidenciaron la promoción de Alfabetización Científica (AC enel aula. La investigación tuvo resultado satisfactorio pues los alumnosse involucraron con las investigaciones y las discusiones propuestas yla licencianda tuvo la oportunidad de elaborar y evaluar secuencias declases, contribuyendo significativamente para su formación docente.

  12. Exploratory trend and pattern analysis of Caorso plant through the Tenda program

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    Barsanti, P.; Tabellini, M.

    1990-01-01

    The eleven years of operating experience of Caorso NPP supply a consistent and homogeneous data set of events involving safety-related systems and components. The above data, periodically transmitted to the Italian regulatory body (ENEA/DISP) by the utility (ENEL), as required by the italian rules and regulations, are collected into a computerised Data Bank (SEME). A PC software package (TENDA), which uses, as input, the codes from the SEME Data Bank, was set-up inside ENEA/DISP, with the aim to perform automatic Trend and pattern Analysis. Graphic software was also utilized for a more self-explaining presentation of the results. They are being utilized as input for subsequent studies related to other plants (e.g. PRA and living PRA as well). Plans for the utilization of the TENDA program for new plants and in the conventional area are now under consideration

  13. Did the Italian Decision Makers Understand that Nuclear Is Not Business as Usual?

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    Zorzoli, G.B.

    2017-01-01

    In the 1950s, the confrontation on the nationalization of the electricity power system and the belief that nuclear energy would reach a dominant share in electric power production induced many Italian players to enter the nuclear business. After the nationalization of the electricity power system in 1962, even ENEL was not interested in continuing building nuclear plants. After the 1973 oil crisis, an ambitious nuclear program was issued, which omitted any choice on technologies, any information on plant siting and on the sharing of responsibilities among operators. The only decision taken was the commissioning of a boiling water reactor plant, which was never completed: after the 1987 referendum the Italian Parliament, besides stopping the building of new nuclear plants, closed the existing units. The 2008 farcical attempt to revamp nuclear power was defeated by the 2011 referendum.

  14. Power plant simulation: Experience and perspectives

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    Barabino, M; Durando, S [Bailey Esacontrol SpA, Genoa (Italy)

    1991-04-01

    In the recent years, a growing number of thermal power plants have been equipped with digital distributed control systems (DCS). This paper, following a brief introduction to the architecture of a DCS, points out how the simulation techniques can be integrated within a DCS, allowing either the building up of training simulators or giving the operator adequate help. The issue describes a new concept in the architecture of 'real time' training simulators developed by ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) and Krupp Atlas Elektronik, together with Bailey Esacontrol for the Piacenza and Port Kelang (Malaysia) training centres. New developments and new architectures are considered for the integration of the control system with process simulation, aimed at global automation and optimization of industrial processes.

  15. Suez-Gaz de France merger, E.ON's public takeover bid on Endesa... The new energy fight

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    Lepetit, V.; Rouaud, P.O.; Mairet, C.

    2006-01-01

    The energy sector is in fever. In less than a week (February 21 to 26, 2006), the Europe of energy has fallen into a frenzy of mergers and acquisitions: the German E.ON offered 29.1 billion euros to get the Spanish Endesa, Electricite de France (EdF), who already got the Italian Edison in 2005, is ready for more major acquisitions, the Italian Enel is candidate for the repurchasing of Suez, while Gaz de France (GdF) and Suez have started a surprise merger. The stake of this match between giants is their growing up and the penetration of foreign markets before their complete liberalization in July 2007. The potential victims of these actions are the competition and the clients, the industrial ones first. (J.S.)

  16. Coal Combustion Wastes Reuse in Low Energy Artificial Aggregates Manufacturing

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    Ferone, Claudio; Colangelo, Francesco; Messina, Francesco; Iucolano, Fabio; Liguori, Barbara; Cioffi, Raffaele

    2013-01-01

    Sustainable building material design relies mostly on energy saving processes, decrease of raw materials consumption, and increase of waste and by-products recycling. Natural and lightweight artificial aggregates production implies relevant environmental impact. This paper addresses both the issues of residues recycling and energy optimization. Particularly, three coal combustion wastes (Weathered Fly Ash, WFA; Wastewater Treatment Sludge, WTS; Desulfurization Device Sludge, DDS) supplied by the Italian electric utility company (ENEL) have been employed in the manufacture of cold bonded artificial aggregates. Previously, the residues have been characterized in terms of chemical and mineralogical compositions, water content, particle size distribution, and heavy metal release behavior. These wastes have been used in the mix design of binding systems with the only addition of lime. Finally, the artificial aggregates have been submitted to physical, mechanical, and leaching testing, revealing that they are potentially suitable for many civil engineering applications. PMID:28788372

  17. UNA PERSPECTIVA NEUROCIENTÍFICA SOBRE LA HISTERIA

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    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available En la última década, el desarrollo y la puesta en marcha delas modernas técnicas de neuroimagen en el campo de laneurociencia cognitiva han proporcionado una nueva vía deacercamiento al estudio experimental de algunos trastornosmentales. Dentro de esta perspectiva, denominada por algunosautores “neuropsiquiatría cognitiva”, la histeria (o trastornode conversión, de acuerdo con la clasificación psiquiátricaactual ha cobrado un amplio protagonismo. De acuerdo conlo anterior, el objetivo del presente trabajo consiste en introducirestudios pioneros basados en una perspectiva neurocientíficade la histeria. Conviene destacar que, si bien estosaportan evidencia significativa sobre algunas de las áreascerebrales y las disfunciones cognitivas comprometidas enel mencionado trastorno, los resultados obtenidos a la fechadistan aún de ser concluyentes.

  18. La crianza como objeto de estudio actual desde el modelo transaccional

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    María Cristina García

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    Full Text Available El objetivo de este artículo es revisar cómo ha evolucionado la investigación enel tema de la crianza y cuáles son, desde el modelo transaccional, las perspectivas y metodologíasactuales. Este modelo plantea relaciones recíprocas entre padres o madres e hijos o hijas, considerandola influencia biológica en relación con la experiencia vital, para llegar a una teoría más complejasobre el desarrollo que la propuesta en las primeras investigaciones. Revisamos la importancia denuevas herramientas estadísticas, como la modelización matemática, que permiten ampliar los tiposde preguntas y los análisis, para aportar evidencia empírica a las hipótesis que se plantean.

  19. Responsabilidad Social Empresarial en el Sector Servicios de Mérida, Yucatán (Corporate social responsability for the service industry sector in Mérida, Yucatán

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    Full Text Available El objetivo del presente trabajo fue describir el gradode Responsabilidad Social Empresarial (RSE de las empresasde servicios afiliadas a la Confederación Patronal de laRepública Mexicana (COPARMEX de Mérida, Yucatán,mediante el análisis de cuatro dimensiones: ética empresarial,preservación del medio ambiente, calidad de vida enel trabajo y vinculación empresa-sociedad. Se puede afirmarque, aunque la ética empresarial es la dimensión con mayordesarrollo, la RSE no es una práctica cotidiana.   ABSTRACT This work aims to describe the entrepreneurial socialresponsibility reach (RSE of service companies affiliated tothe Mexican Management Confederation (COPARMEX inMerida, Mexico, by considering four aspects: entrepreneurialethics, environmental preservation, work quality of lifeand company-society interaction. Although entrepreneurialethic is the most developed of the above four, RSE is not awidespread practice.

  20. Magistritööd : [Piret Jamnes jt.] / Maia Kööts

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    2001-01-01

    20.12.2000 kaitses TPÜ organisatsioonikäitumise magistritööde kaitsmisnõukogu koosolekul Piret Jamnes magistritöö "Trends in Estonian career Counselling in the Light of Societal Transformation and Constructive Framework"; 21.12 TPÜ kasvatusteaduste ja pedagoogika magistritööde kaitsmisnõukogu koosolekul Olesja Šigajeva "Mõningate psühholoogiliste aspektide kasutamine innovatsiooniliste tehnoloogiate õpetamisel"; Sirje Priks "Kutsekooliõpilaste sotsiaalse valmiduse arendamise võimalusi eesti keele ja kirjanduse tundide kaudu". 9.01.2001 TPÜ demograafia magistritööde kaitsmisnõukogu koosolekul Enel Pungas "Siserändevoogude vanuskäsitlus : Eesti Pere- ja sündimusuuringu andmetel". 11.01 TPÜ sotsioloogia magistritööde kaitsmisnõukogu koosolekul Virve-Ines Laidmäe "Muutused eestimaalaste tervisehinnangutes ja -käitumises 1990. aastatel"

  1. Information security of remote-reading energy meters

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    Jacobson, J.

    1994-01-01

    This report presents basic concepts within the field of IT security. The ITSEC security and the ITSEM methods given by the European Community are used as a base. The EC INFOSEC research programme has included the project 'PER DOMUM' which focuses on remote reading of energy meters. The project is a co-operation between TACS (U.K.), GPP (Germany), CESI (Italy) and ENEL (Italy). SP has during the spring and summer of 1994 participated in the concluding of the project. Threats, security functions and security mechanisms are given for remote reading of energy meters. All of the listed functions and mechanisms do not origin from the 'PER DOMUM' project, but are the experiences of SP. The security evaluation is explained in two ways. One description of the required by ITSEM is given. Another description is given of which deliverables are required to perform the evaluation

  2. Europe: a new start for the nuclear energy. BIP-Enerpresse Debate - February 10, 2009

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    2009-01-01

    This paper contains a synthesis of a debate organised in the context of a gas supply crisis which leads some countries to launch nuclear reactor projects (such as in the United Kingdom) or to carry on their program (France, China). The participants, all representing important French actors (Areva, EDF, GDF Suez, Enel France), are commenting the statement of the French government announcing the construction of a second EPR in France, the evolution of the European institutional context, the legal environment in the United Kingdom and in Italy, the competitiveness and investment issues. They also answer questions about Areva's activity in Europe, the fourth generation reactors, the needs for skilled engineers, technicians and workers, the new start of nuclear energy in Italy

  3. Systems reliability Benchmark exercise part 2-Contributions by the participants

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    Amendola, A.

    1986-01-01

    The report describes aims, rules and results of the Systems Reliability Benchmark Exercise, which has been performed in order to assess methods and procedures for reliability analysis of complex systems and involved a large number of European organizations active in NPP safety evaluation. The exercise included both qualitative and quantitative methods and was structured in such a way that separation of the effects of uncertainties in modelling and in data on the overall spread was made possible. This second part of the report is devoted to the documentation of the single contributions by the participant teams (Swedish, GRS, ENEA, NIRA and ENEL, EWE, EdF, Risoe, KWU/IA, ECN, KEMA/KUL, and Framatome contributions)

  4. Qatar chooses Snam to market LNG in Europe

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    Anon.

    1992-01-01

    This paper reports that Qatar has chosen Italy's Snam SpA as its European partner to sell liquefied natural gas to Europe from a $4.8 billion joint venture project involving supergiant North offshore gas field. State owned Qatar General petroleum Corp. (QGPC) and Snam signed an agreement in Doha to create a joint company owned 65% by QGPC and the remainder by Snam. Italy's state electricity monopoly, ENEL, which is seeking Qatari gas a fuel for its power plants, may later acquire part of Snam's interest in the project. The joint venture will transport and market North LNG to Europe. Exports to Europe by Snam via Italy, to begin in 1997, are expected to be 283 bcf/year at first and may climb to 459 bcf/year, depending upon demand

  5. Structural behaviour of the GAMMA 60 prototype

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    Falchetta, M.; Matano, F. [ENEA C.R.E., Rome (Italy); Botta, G.; Cavaliere, M. [ENEL C.R.E.,Milano (Italy); Doman, G.S.; Golinelli, S. [West V., Rome (Italy); Viani, S. [ISMES (Italy)

    1996-12-31

    A joint test campaign started in April 1993 on the GAMMA 60 broad range variable speed, yaw controlled, 1500 kW wind turbine prototype, operating at the ENEL test field of Alta Nurra - Sardinia. As part of the test campaign the structural behaviour of the machine has been investigated and the aeroelastic simulation of the machine using GAROS code has been improved and verified with available data. The experimental loads, measured with a number of strain gages at various locations in the rotor, yaw actuator and tower have been compared, as far as possible, with the design loads. No major structural problems have been detected during operation, while measured loads and stress levels are generally comparable with the design assumptions. In addition, substantial experience in the use of the code has been gained, increasing confidence level of predictions. (author)

  6. La etiología de la migración internacional: privación relativa y demanda laboral (el ejemplo tamaulipeco

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    Simón Pedro Izcara Palacios

    2013-03-01

    Full Text Available Las teorías de privación relativa y demanda laboralofrecen una explicación antagónica de la etiología de los procesos migratorios internacionales. La primera acentúa los factores colocados del lado de la oferta laboral y enfatiza las fuerzas de expulsión; mientras que la última subraya los elementos situados dellado de la demanda laboral y resalta las fuerzas de atracción. Sin embargo, ambas ofrecen una explicación complementaria de los mismos. En este artículo se parte de los postulados de las teorías de privación relativa y demanda laboral para entender por qué los jornaleros de Tamaulipas emigran a los Estados Unidos, tanto de modo ilegal como con visas H-2A, en busca empleos temporales enel sector agrario.

  7. Substitution of efficient electro-technologies for thermal end-uses to traditional processes. Screening of possibilities and applications under study

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    Menga, P.; Grattieri, W.; Korn, G.; Malinverni, R.

    1996-01-01

    ENEL's long-lasting commitment in rationalizing the energy end-uses, has lead to the assessment of the potential for the substitution, in the field of thermal uses, of traditional processes with efficient electro-technologies. The evaluation has been performed by taking in account the advantages for the user, in terms of the reduction in operating costs (energy included), for the electricity industry (increase in kWh sales), and for the Society (savings in primary energy consumption). The analysis allowed to identify many applications for which the primary energy saving is jointly obtained with significant extra-energy advantages for the end user. In order to validate the effectiveness of innovative electro-technologies, a demonstration activity, by means of pilot plants, is in progress. (author)

  8. Comparison of experimental techniques for measuring fracture toughness of austenitic stainless steels by performance of a comparative round-robin test

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    Huthmann, H.; Akhurst, K.N.; Bethmont, M.; Picker, C.; Rongen, H.J.M. van; Soulat, P.

    1987-01-01

    The CEC fast breeder coordinating committee, activities group 3 Materials of the working group for codes and standards, has recently examined existing data on the fracture toughness of austenitic stainless steels. As a result, the committee decided to sponsor a round robin test programme aimed at comparing experimental techniques and assisting in establishing a standard test method for these steels. The contract for this programme was placed with Interatom, who have subcontracted with CEA-Saclay, CEGB-Leatherhead, TNO-Apeldoorn and UKAEA-Risley. Additionally CISE/ENEL-Milano and EdF-Les Renardieres took part in the round robin. This final report presents a common evaluation and discussion of the results gained by the different laboratories

  9. Optimal dewatering schemes in the foundation design of an electronuclear plant

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    Galeati, G.; Gambolati, G.

    1988-01-01

    A three-dimensional finite element model combined with an optimization approach based on linear mixed integer programming is developed and applied to assist in the design of the dewatering system for the electronuclear plant to be built by the Italian Electric Agency (ENEL) in Trino Vercellese, northwestern Italy. The foundations site is encompassed by a 25- to 35-m deep plastic wall with the purpose of protecting the unconfined aquifer from the significant water table lowering required by the construction project. To reduce further the propagation of the depression cone a large amount of the water pumped out is reinjected through ad hoc recharge ditches. The finite element optimization model includes both the natural and the artificial constraints and provides several optimal withdrawal strategies for the dewatering system design concerning the distribution of the abstraction wells and the corresponding pumping rates. Physical and economical objective functions are explored and the related solutions are discussed

  10. The story of the European fast reactor cooperation

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    Marth, W.

    1993-12-01

    This report is a condensed history of European cooperation in the large breeder power plants with powers in excess of 1000 MWe. The beginning, in 1973, was marked by the so-called Utilities' Convention signed by EdF, RWE, and ENEL on the construction of Superphenix and SNR 2. In 1977, cooperation began among the reactor vendors and R and D organizations in France, Germany and Italy as well as Belgium and the Netherlands. After the British had joined in 1984, planning for the European Fast Reactor, EFR, was started in 1988. The conceptual design phase of the 1500 MWe breeder power plant covered a period of five years and was concluded with an economic assessment and a technical safety analysis of EFR in 1983. A number of ongoing studies are being conducted within a specific EFR program. (orig.) [de

  11. Coal Combustion Wastes Reuse in Low Energy Artificial Aggregates Manufacturing.

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    Ferone, Claudio; Colangelo, Francesco; Messina, Francesco; Iucolano, Fabio; Liguori, Barbara; Cioffi, Raffaele

    2013-10-31

    Sustainable building material design relies mostly on energy saving processes, decrease of raw materials consumption, and increase of waste and by-products recycling. Natural and lightweight artificial aggregates production implies relevant environmental impact. This paper addresses both the issues of residues recycling and energy optimization. Particularly, three coal combustion wastes (Weathered Fly Ash, WFA; Wastewater Treatment Sludge, WTS; Desulfurization Device Sludge, DDS) supplied by the Italian electric utility company (ENEL) have been employed in the manufacture of cold bonded artificial aggregates. Previously, the residues have been characterized in terms of chemical and mineralogical compositions, water content, particle size distribution, and heavy metal release behavior. These wastes have been used in the mix design of binding systems with the only addition of lime. Finally, the artificial aggregates have been submitted to physical, mechanical, and leaching testing, revealing that they are potentially suitable for many civil engineering applications.

  12. Coal Combustion Wastes Reuse in Low Energy Artificial Aggregates Manufacturing

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    Raffaele Cioffi

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available Sustainable building material design relies mostly on energy saving processes, decrease of raw materials consumption, and increase of waste and by-products recycling. Natural and lightweight artificial aggregates production implies relevant environmental impact. This paper addresses both the issues of residues recycling and energy optimization. Particularly, three coal combustion wastes (Weathered Fly Ash, WFA; Wastewater Treatment Sludge, WTS; Desulfurization Device Sludge, DDS supplied by the Italian electric utility company (ENEL have been employed in the manufacture of cold bonded artificial aggregates. Previously, the residues have been characterized in terms of chemical and mineralogical compositions, water content, particle size distribution, and heavy metal release behavior. These wastes have been used in the mix design of binding systems with the only addition of lime. Finally, the artificial aggregates have been submitted to physical, mechanical, and leaching testing, revealing that they are potentially suitable for many civil engineering applications.

  13. Nucleco

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    Cao, S.; Gandellini, A.

    1988-01-01

    The activities of Nucleco (an AGIP-ENEA joint company) are presented. The Company approved by CIPE was established in 1980 with the main task of providing the management of low and medium activity wastes on national bases. Nucleco is also active in plant decontamination and decommissioning. Nucleco serves the market both of th small operators (hospitals, laboratories, diagnostic centres, industries) and of the big waste producers like ENEA and ENEL. The management policy and the operational procedures of the Company are described in detail. The headquarter of Nucleco and the main plants are located at ENEA Casaccia Center, near Rome. The Company disposes of fixed and mobile infrastructures and plants, the latter being used to provide services at the customers' sites. The Company is active in the field of the plant design in the area of the back-end of the fuel cycle, with special regard to spent fuel transportation and storage

  14. La aplicación del marketing relacional en mercados masivos de América Latina: estudio de casos en el Perú.

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    José Wakabayashi

    2013-04-01

    Full Text Available El marketing relacional surge en un intento por superar las limitaciones del marketing transaccionaly tiene como objetivo el desarrollo y mantenimiento de relaciones a largo plazocon los clientes mediante la satisfacción y creación de un mejor valor del mismo. Sin embargo,en la práctica no se conoce con precisión la forma en que se ha aplicado en mercados deconsumo masivo en América Latina, específicamente en el Perú. En vista de ello, se realizóun estudio de casos múltiple en tres empresas en la ciudad de Lima-Perú, siendo el resultado más importante evidencia de la coexistencia de los paradigmas transaccional y relacional enel campo aplicativo del marketing y no la esperada evolución del primero hacia el segundo.

  15. DETERMINACIÓN DE ALGUNOS METABOLITOS SECUNDARIOS EN TRES MORFOTIPOS DE COCONA (Solanum sessiliflorum Dunal

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    Juliana E. Cardona J.

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    Full Text Available Se determinó la presencia y la estructura(mediante el uso de técnicas espectroscópicasy cromatográficas de algunos metabolitossecundarios en tres morfotiposdel fruto de cocona (Solanum sessiliflorumDunal; Solanaceae cultivados en eldepartamento del Guaviare. Se destacóla presencia de ácido p-cumárico, ácidop-hidroxidihidrocumárico, naringenina,salicilato de metilo, hidrocarburos decadena larga, ácidos grasos y sus ésteresmetílicos y etílicos. Algunos de estoscompuestos se acumulan únicamente enel epicarpio de la fruta. La comparaciónde metabolitos volátiles permitió establecerdiferencias químicas entre los tresmorfotipos de la fruta.

  16. Arquitectura defensiva protohistórica. Perspectivas metodológicas

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    Juan Pablo López García

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    Full Text Available La arquitectura defensiva es entendida como un fenómeno complejo enel que intervienen multitud de factores. Estructuras como las murallas fueron sometidas acontinuas reconstrucciones y reelaboraciones en relación a las necesidades, los gustos o lascapacidades técnicas de cada momento histórico. En este texto se propone un método integradordonde tiene cabida la exhaustividad de la toma de datos propuesta desde tendencias neopositivistas, el vínculo arquitectónico entre arquitectura y paisajes, sin desdeñar los aspectos simbólicos y culturales intrínsecos al edificio. La intención última es la creación de modelos y tipos susceptibles de comparación, estableciendo en la medida de lo posible patrones cronológicos y culturales repetitivos.

  17. Draft resolution aimed at creating an inquiry commission related to the EPR sector - Nr 1251

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    Baupin, Denis; Pompili, Barbara; Rugy, Francois De; Abeille, Laurence; Alauzet, Eric; Allain, Brigitte; Attard, Isabelle; Auroi, Danielle; Bonneton, Michele; Cavard, Christophe; Coronado, Sergio; Lambert, Francois-Michel; Mamere, Noel; Massonneau, Veronique; Molac, Paul; Roumegas, Jean-Louis; Sas, Eva

    2013-01-01

    This draft resolution is based on several problems and issues raised by the construction of the EPR reactor in Flamanville and dealing with the perspectives for this specific sector. The authors outline that the construction may finally take almost twice as long as initially foreseen, that the budget has been multiplied by two and a half, that the safety of this installation is still a matter of questions (notably for the control-command system, for the resistance to a plane crash, and with respect with lessons learned from the Fukushima accident), and that the involved partners (GDF Suez, ENEL, Centrica, Siemens) are becoming always more hesitant. They evoke the problems faced by other EPRs under construction in Finland and in China, and state that export perspectives seem to lead to a failure. The draft resolution proposes the creation of an inquiry commission to examine these issues

  18. Cogeneration in Italian agricultural industry

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    Bonfitto, E.; Jacoboni, S.

    1991-01-01

    This paper examines the technical, environmental and economical feasibility of an industrial cogeneration system which incorporates combined gas-steam cycles and a biomass/agricultural waste sludge fired fluidized bed combustion system. It cites the suitability of the use of fluidized bed combustion for the combustion of biomass and agricultural waste sludges - high combustion efficiency, uniform and relatively low combustion temperatures (850 C) within the combustion chamber to reduce scaling, reduced nitrogen oxide and micro-pollutant emissions, the possibility to control exhaust gas acidity through the injection of calcium carbonates, the possibility of the contemporaneous feeding of different fuels. Reference is made to test results obtained with an ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) pilot plant fired by vineyard wastes. Attention is given to an analysis of the fuel's physical-chemical characteristics and the resulting flue gas chemical composition and ash characteristics. Comparisons are made with legal release limits

  19. PISC II: parametric studies. The purpose of the PISC II parametric studies programme

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    Crutzen, S.

    1989-09-01

    The results of the PISC I round robin test of the ASME type procedure showed a very large dispersion. The amplitude of response of all defects varied very much among the teams from the 27 laboratories considered for the evaluation of results. Scatter on detection and sizing in PISC I was such that discussions started on the reasons for such a phenomenon when exactly the same procedure was used by all teams. The observation of two teams' results (JRC Ispra and ENEL Piacenza, Italy) induced the NDE Ispra laboratories to insist on the possible importance of equipment characteristics. All PISC members insisted on specific studies of the influence of defect characteristics as well as the role of cladding. These three chapters were the leading PIS laboratory exercises called Parametric Studies

  20. Calculations concerning the capability of passive recombiners to control hydrogen concentration in the containment of an advanced PWR

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    Fineschi, F.; Vanini, P.

    1997-01-01

    The Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Constructions of the University of Pisa has developed a computer code, HOCRA, which is able to make an initial evaluation of the capability of catalytic recombiners to remove hydrogen from the atmosphere of the safety containments of nuclear reactors in accident conditions. The code allows the analysis of the average concentration transient of hydrogen in a generic compartment of a safety containment in a nuclear reactor. The software is structured into two groups. The first, mode-1, analyses the average concentration in all the free volume of the containment before a possible venting., whereas the second, mode-2, analyses the average concentration transient in a containment compartment, assuming input and output flow rates into and from the compartment itself The first part of this paper outlines the physical and mathematical model of the code, the second part reports calculations made for an advanced PWR in cooperation with ENEL. (author)

  1. Analysis of SGTR in AP-600 by RELAP5/Mod.3.2 code

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    D'Auria, F.; Fruttuoso, G.; Galassi, G.M.; Oriolo, F.; Bassanelli, I.

    2000-01-01

    Five SGTR (Steam Generator Tube Rupture) sequences assumed to occur in the AP-600 system have been analysed in the present framework. These came from PSA (Probabilistic Safety Assessment) studies performed at ENEL in Rome; however, the bounding properties or the realism of the sequences are not discussed hereafter. Rather, the attention is focused toward the thermohydraulic performance of the system. In all the considered sequences, the break is a double ended at the top bend of a single U-tube: this is done to maximise the release to the environment. The break model in the code input deck consists of two pipes having the cross section area equal to that of a single U-tube. These are connected to the primary side in the position of the steam generator plena and to the secondary side at the bottom of the riser zone separating the U-tubes bundle from the steam separator. (author)

  2. The strategies of European energy operators. Which strategic and capitalistic evolutions for the sector on a medium term?

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    2012-11-01

    This article presents the content of a market study which aimed at describing the current regulatory context of energy markets in Europe and the degree of openness to competition, at analysing all figures concerning electricity and natural gas in different countries (production, consumption, balance of trade), at analysing development strategies of electricity providers and gas operators and at assessing their strengths and weaknesses, at comparing financial performance of leader groups and at assessing their financial flexibility, and at anticipating the reconfiguration of the sector on a medium term. Fifteen energy companies or operators have been analysed: Centrica, CEZ, E.ON, EDF, EDP, Enel, ENI, Fortum, Gas Natural, GDF Suez, Iberdrola, RWE, SSE, Vattenfall, Verbund

  3. Renewable energy sources cost benefit analysis and prospects for Italy

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    Ariemma, A.; Montanino, G.

    1992-01-01

    In light of Italy's over-dependency on imported oil, and due to this nation's commitment to the pursuit of the strict environmental protection policies of the European Communities, ENEL (the Italian National Electricity Board) has become actively involved in research efforts aimed at the commercialization of renewable energy sources - photovoltaic, wind, biomass, and mini-hydraulic. Through the use of energy production cost estimates based on current and near- future levels of technological advancement, this paper assesses prospects for the different sources. The advantages and disadvantages of each source in its use as a suitable complementary energy supply satisfying specific sets of constraints regarding siting, weather, capital and operating costs, maintenance, etc., are pointed out. In comparing the various alternatives, the paper also considers environmental benefits and commercialization feasibility in terms of time and outlay

  4. Computer aided planning of distribution systems and connection with medium term load forecast

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    di Salvatore, F; Grattieri, W; Insinga, F; Malafarina, L; Mazzoni, M; Nicola, G

    1991-12-31

    In order to perform planning studies on HV (40-l50 kV), MV and LV networks, ENEL (Italian Electricity Board) has developed a computation system composed of a set of integrated programs which utilize the information stored in several data bases, with the aim of: providing energy consumption forecasts for each area of the country; transfering consumption for each area to the distribution network nodes and to evaluating the electric demand by using a statistical power/energy correlation model; analyzing several network development alternatives and selecting the optimum development plan by comparing the overall costs (investments, operation, risk). In order to make its utilization by planners easier, the computation system will be operated with interactive and graphic procedures made available by the use of graphic work stations. This report describes the main objectives and basic hypotheses assumed in the preparation of the computation system, as well as, the system`s general architecture.

  5. Subjetivación de la experiencia violenta en el transtorno por estrés postraumático

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    2005-12-01

    Full Text Available A través de este estudio, se buscó establecer el estado de SaludMental de las personas víctimas de violencia armada en el Departamentodel Chocó (Colombia. Específicamente se buscó comprenderel modo en que se ha subjetivado o ha sido integradapsíquicamente la experiencia violenta. La metodología es el deestudio de caso. El estudio es particularista y descriptivo se basó enel razonamiento inductivo a partir del manejo de datos que para elcaso provienen de entrevistas clínicas puesta al servicio de lainvestigación. La mirada cualitativa del problema indica que elnarcisismo protege al sujeto de la experiencia de muerte realimplicado en el trauma por violencia, la lógica paranoide se estableceen relación al Otro, y el repliegue sobre el núcleo familiar se dacomo consecuencia de estos dos aspectos.

  6. A European collaboration research programme to study and test large scale base isolated structures

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    Renda, V.; Verzeletti, G.; Papa, L.

    1995-01-01

    The improvement of the technology of innovative anti-seismic mechanisms, as those for base isolation and energy dissipation, needs of testing capability for large scale models of structures integrated with these mechanisms. These kind experimental tests are of primary importance for the validation of design rules and the setting up of an advanced earthquake engineering for civil constructions of relevant interest. The Joint Research Centre of the European Commission offers the European Laboratory for Structural Assessment located at Ispra - Italy, as a focal point for an international european collaboration research programme to test large scale models of structure making use of innovative anti-seismic mechanisms. A collaboration contract, opened to other future contributions, has been signed with the national italian working group on seismic isolation (Gruppo di Lavoro sull's Isolamento Sismico GLIS) which includes the national research centre ENEA, the national electricity board ENEL, the industrial research centre ISMES and producer of isolators ALGA. (author). 3 figs

  7. Research on PCPV for BWR - physical model as design tool - main results

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    Fumagalli, E.; Verdelli, G.

    1975-01-01

    ISMES (Experimental Institute for Models and Structures) is now carrying out a series of tests on physical models as a part of a research programme sponsored by DSR (Studies and Research Direction) of ENEL (Italian State Electricity Board) on behalf of CPN (Nuclear Design and Construction Centre) of ENEL with the aim to experience a 'Thin'-walled PCPV for 'BWR'. The physical model, together with the mathematical model and the rheological model of the materials, is intended as a meaningful design tool. The mathematical model covers the overall structural design phase, (geometries) and the linear behaviour, whereas the physical model, besides of a global information to be compared with the results of the mathematical model, supplies a number of data as the non-linear behaviour up to failure and local conditions (penetration area etc.) are concerned. The aim of the first phase of this research programme is to make a comparison between the calculation and experiment tests as the thicknesses of the wall and the bottom slab are concerned, whereas the second phase of the research deals with the behaviour of the removable lid and its connection with the main structure. To do this, a model in scale 1:10 has been designed which symmetrically reproduces with respect to the equator, the bottom part of the structure. In the bottom slab the penetrations of the prototype design are reproduced, whereas the upper slab is plain. This paper describes the model, and illustrates the main results, underlining the different behaviour of the upper and bottom slabs up to collapse

  8. Mujeres en la pianística del siglo XX en el noreste mexicano

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    Full Text Available En México, a través de los siglos, como en muchosotros países, el papel tradicional de la mujer fue ser esposa,madre y ama de casa; por lo tanto, no tenían accesoa la educación. Las jóvenes de familias pudientesestudiaban artes y música, en particular como entretenimiento.La música no se consideraba una profesión, nohabía escuelas de música y algunas academias o maestrosparticulares llenaban el vacío. En este contexto el méritoespecial es para aquellas mujeres que tomaron la decisiónde participar en la vida social, cultural y políticade la sociedad en que vivían. Su aporte a la educación,a la difusión de arte musical y, en particular, pianísticoen la región de noreste, no se ha valorado lo suficientea pesar del gran empeño, entusiasmo y entrega que ellasdemostraron. En este artículo se abordará el papel de lamujer en la pianística del siglo XX en el noreste de México,a partir de los siguientes cuestionamientos: ¿Quiénesfueron estas mujeres que realizaron la labor educativa enel ámbito musical y pianístico en el noreste de México enel siglo XX? ¿Quiénes fueron las mujeres que hicieron delpiano su profesión y resultaron de gran valía en la difusiónde arte de piano y del repertorio pianístico en la zonade referencia?

  9. Sustainability in the Power Sector. 2010 Update. Europe

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    Steinweg, T.; Ten Kate, A.; Racz, K.

    2010-11-15

    This 2010 series of power company and thematic fact sheets aims to raise public awareness about sustainability issues in the electricity sector and to improve the sustainability of power companies operating in the Netherlands. The fact sheet series investigates the companies' performance on incorporating renewable energy sources into their fuel mix for both generation and supply of electricity, and on their investments and future plans with respect to energy sources at both the Dutch and European level. The 2010 fact sheet series is the annual update that is going into its fourth year, and builds on the work from previous years (available at www.somo.nl), but includes a slightly different range of companies due to a number of recent and pending mergers and acquisitions among power companies with operations in the Netherlands. For the first time this year, Essent is fully incorporated in the RWE company profile. SPE, a company covered for the first time, is included in the company profile of its owner EdF. The Vattenfall and Nuon fact sheets were drafted and reviewed separately, and combined into one company profile afterwards. In total, the 2010 series consist of ten company fact sheets; Delta, Dong Energy, E.ON, EdF, SPE, Eneco, Enel, Gdf Suez/Electrabel, Iberdrola, Nuon/Vattenfall and RWE. The company fact sheets form the basis of three separate reports, covering companies active in (1) The Netherlands, (2) Belgium, and an overview of (3) the largest European companies. This report is the version for Europe, and covers the following companies, all among the largest electricity companies in Europe: EdF, Enel, E.ON, GDF Suez/Electrabel, Iberdrola, RWE, Vattenfall/Nuon.

  10. SPES-2, AP600 intergral system test S01007 2 inch CL to core make-up tank pressure balance line break

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    Bacchiani, M.; Medich, C.; Rigamonti, M. [SIET S.p.A. Piacenza (Italy)] [and others

    1995-09-01

    The SPES-2 is a full height, full pressure experimental test facility reproducing the Westinghouse AP600 reactor with a scaling factor of 1/395. The experimental plant, designed and operated by SIET in Piacenza, consists of a full simulation of the AP600 primary core cooling system including all the passive and active safety systems. In 1992, Westinghouse, in cooperation with ENEL (Ente Nazionale per l` Energia Elettrica), ENEA (Enter per le numove Technlogie, l` Energia e l` Ambient), Siet (Societa Informazioni Esperienze Termoidraulich) and ANSALDO developed an experimental program to test the integrated behaviour of the AP600 passive safety systems. The SPES-2 test matrix, concluded in November 1994, has examined the AP600 passive safety system response for a range of small break LOCAs at different locations on the primary system and on the passive system lines; single steam generator tube ruptures with passive and active safety systems and a main steam line break transient to demonstrate the boration capability of passive safety systems for rapid cooldown. Each of the tests has provided detailed experimental results for verification of the capability of the analysis methods to predict the integrated passive safety system behaviour. Cold and hot shakedown tests have been performed on the facility to check the characteristics of the plant before starting the experimental campaign. The paper first presents a description of the SPES-2 test facility then the main results of S01007 test {open_quotes}2{close_quotes} Cold Leg (CL) to Core Make-up Tank (CMT) pressure balance line break{close_quotes} are reported and compared with predictions performed using RELAP5/mod3/80 obtained by ANSALDO through agreement with U.S.N.R.C. (U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission). The SPES-2 nodalization and all the calculations here presented were performed by ANSALDO and sponsored by ENEL as a part of pre-test predictions for SPES-2.

  11. 'Thin walled' concept and a new top lid applied to the Scandinavian PCRV for a boiling water reactor

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    Scotto, F.L.

    1975-01-01

    This research is carried out in the frame of an agreement between AB ATOMENERGI of Sweden and ENEL (Ente Nazionale per l'Energia Elettrica) of Italy, for an exchange of information in the field of PCPV for BWR, and takes as a reference the Scandinavian solution as far as the thermal insulation system and the geometry are concerned, proposing new solutions for the prestressed concrete structure (namely the Author's concept of thin walls and a new concept of top lid). The proposed top lid sealing system solution is in line with the one adopted for the conventional steel pressure vessel enclosures; furthermore the prestressed concrete lid is restricted to the prestressed concrete structure to form a continuous contrete structure, in line with th PCPV conventional solutions for gas reactors. The paper describes in detail the selected design philosophy that is slightly different from the one defined by the Scandinavian project. In fact, as far as the design limits are concerned, it refers mainly to steel pressure vessel philosophy and, as to the concrete behaviour, to the design philosophy proposed by the author for the PCPV 'thin walled' structures for gas-cooled power reactors. Rheological, mathematical and physical models had been suitably devised in order to check the reliability of the proposed assumption. This paper therefore, will also give a brief description of said tools and the main results acquired at the time of the conference, and technical and economical considerations made to support the interest of the research, showing the relevant cut down of the costs. The comparative reference steel pressure vessel belongs to Mark III ENEL VI and VIII BW plant to which design and construction the author gives his contribution

  12. SOGIN Decommissioning strategy and funding (Italy)

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    2006-01-01

    Statement: In Italy, as it is well known, there are no more operational NPPs. The four existing nuclear plants are definitely shutdown and ready for decommissioning. Considerations on decommissioning funding system have to take into account this particular situation. Strategy for decommissioning: New inputs given to SOGIN by the Italian Government are: conditioning all radioactive waste existing on the NPPs within the year 2010, release all nuclear sites - free of radiological constraints - by 2020. The last task is conditioned by availability of the national waste repository by the year 2009. Strategy for decommissioning: Key issue is prompt dismantling considering No more nuclear activities in Italy and Progressive loss of competencies. Previously Existing funds: Before plant shutdown, ENEL has cumulated provisions for decommissioning, even in absence of a clear regulatory framework. These provisions were not sufficient for decommissioning, considering the early closure of the plants. An additional fund was granted to ENEL by the government, in the form of a 'credit' to be paid by the 'electric system' (CCSE). This fund (provisions + credit) was considered sufficient by ENEL for a decommissioning with Safe Store strategy (fund = discounted foreseen costs). The total fund (provisions + credit) was assigned to Sogin at the incorporation date. The amount, money 1999, was about 800 M euros. Considering the new context: new strategy (Prompt Dismantling with site release by 2020), Sogin constitution (societal costs), new economic conditions. The fund was not considered sufficient for all Sogin tasks. This conclusion was agreed upon also by the independent 'Authority for electric energy and gas'. A new regulatory framework was therefore defined. Regulatory aspects: The Legislative Decree 79/99 has stated that costs for the decommissioning of NPP, fuel cycle back end and related activities should be considered as stranded costs for the general electric system. The same

  13. Mineral deposits of the Silica plateau – evaluation of selected geological factors of the environment

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    2001-12-01

    Full Text Available The Silica plateau is a part of a greatest karst area in the Slovak republic - Protected Landscape Area Slovak karst (CHKO Slovenský kras. Karst areas belong to the most sensitive environments, from the point of view of impacts caused by anthropogenous activities. This area reacts sensitively, disturbing the environmental balance caused by mining of mineral deposits. Three mineral deposits of industrial rocks: one deposit of decorative stone - Silická Brezová and two deposits of building stone – Silická Brezová I and Lipovník, respectively, were registered on January 1-st, 2001 in the territory of the Silica plateau. Some deposits utilized in the past namely two deposits of building raw materials (Hrušov and Krásnohorská Dlhá Lúka and one Pb-Zn ore deposit (Ardovo are also mentioned and evaluated in the paper. From the point of view of economical potential of the area, mineral deposits have a character of geopotentials. However the utilization of deposits represents negative anthropogenous impact. When compared with another forms of optimal and rational utilization of the country, e.g. agriculture, forestry, water management, construction, tourism etc., mineral deposits have a character of geobarriers. This research was carried out in the frame of the VEGA Grant No. 1/6090/1999.

  14. Burzy cenných papírů ve střední a východní Evropě

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    2006-01-01

    Obecné poznatky o burzách - pojem, historie, principy fungování, funkce a význam, základní členění, státní regulace. Popis a analýza fungování burzy v České republice, Slovenské republice, Polsku, Maďarsku a Rusku - historický vývoj těchto burz, trhy těchto burz, obchodní systém na těchto burzách, vypořádání obchodů na těchto burzách a vybrané burzovní indexy. Vybrané problémy týkající se výše uvedených burz: privatizace a akciový trh, dluhové instrumenty....

  15. THE EFFECTS OF CROSS-BORDER BANK MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS ON THE PRODUCTIVITY OF CREDIT INSTITUTIONS

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    Full Text Available The purpose of the current research is to study bank mergers and acquisitions (M-A and to see whether they have implications on the productivity of the target banks, and also for the bidder bank. The aim of this paper is to see if, during 2002-2008 period, three banks from the European banking system, Banca Comerciala Romana from Romania, Slovenskásporiteľňa from Slovakia and Erste Bank Group from Austria improved their productivity due to the fact that all of them were involved in a process of cross-border merger or acquisitions, even if the bank is the purchaser or the target. To reach our goal, we used DEA method, by estimating the productivity achieved by these three banks during the period pre-M-A, post M-A, but we also estimated the productivity for entire period of seven years. Using Malquist DEA method, we show that, on average, the merger or acquisition in which a bank was involved improved the Total Factor Productivity of all analyzed banks.

  16. Slovak brown coals as a feedstock for the active coke production

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    1998-09-01

    Full Text Available V èlánku sa venuje pozornos možnostiam výroby aktívneho koksu zo slovenského hnedého uhlia Bane Cíge¾. Príprava aktívneho koksu bola uskutoènená v laboratórnych podmienkach a v poloprevádzke. Surové uhlie sa podrobilo vysokoteplotnej pyrolýze v retorte s pevným roštom, v klasickej rotaènej peci, ako aj vo fluidnom reaktore. Následne boli urèované adsorpèné charakteristiky získaného aktívneho koksu, ktoré sa porovnávali s charakteristikami komerène vyrábaného koksu. V príspevku sa taktiež diskutujú možnosti aplikácie pripraveného aktívneho koksu v technológiách ochrany životného prostredia.

  17. Transformace české ekonomiky kupónovou metodou

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    2008-01-01

    Tato bakalářská práce by měla osvětlit proces transformace české a slovenské ekonomiky se zaměřením na kupónovou privatizaci, která v tomto procesu sehrála neodmyslitelnou roli. Úvod práce je věnován historickému ohlédnutí za československou ekonomikou v osmdesátých letech. Zachycuje společné počátky transformace v Československu, a to až do doby rozdělení republiky na dva samostatné státy. Poté je na obě země nahlíženo jako na samostatné celky, ve kterých se vyvíjely odlišné politické progra...

  18. Numerical simulations of rubber bearing tests and shaking table tests

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    Hirata, K.; Matsuda, A.; Yabana, S.

    2002-01-01

    Test data concerning rubber bearing tests and shaking table tests of base-isolated model conducted by CRIEPI are provided to the participants of Coordinated Research Program (CRP) on 'Intercomparison of Analysis Methods for predicting the behaviour of Seismically Isolated Nuclear Structure', which is organized by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), for the comparison study of numerical simulation of base-isolated structure. In this paper outlines of the test data provided and the numerical simulations of bearing tests and shaking table tests are described. Using computer code ABAQUS, numerical simulations of rubber bearing tests are conducted for NRBs, LRBs (data provided by CRIEPI) and for HDRs (data provided by ENEA/ENEL and KAERI). Several strain energy functions are specified according to the rubber material test corresponding to each rubber bearing. As for lead plug material in LRB, mechanical characteristics are reevaluated and are made use of. Simulation results for these rubber bearings show satisfactory agreement with the test results. Shaking table test conducted by CRIEPI is of a base isolated rigid mass supported by LRB. Acceleration time histories, displacement time histories of the isolators as well as cyclic loading test data of the LRB used for the shaking table test are provided to the participants of the CRP. Simulations of shaking table tests are conducted for this rigid mass, and also for the steel frame model which is conducted by ENEL/ENEA. In the simulation of the rigid mass model test, where LRBs are used, isolators are modeled either by bilinear model or polylinear model. In both cases of modeling of isolators, simulation results show good agreement with the test results. In the case of the steel frame model, where HDRs are used as isolators, bilinear model and polylinear model are also used for modeling isolators. The response of the model is simulated comparatively well in the low frequency range of the floor response, however, in

  19. Atoms for Peace (and War): US Forms of Influence on Italy's Civilian Nuclear Programs (1946-1964)

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    Bini, Elisabetta

    2017-01-01

    This chapter analyzes the ways in which the United States influenced Italian civilian nuclear energy policies between the end of World War II and the mid-1960s. It argues that until the mid-1950s, when the United States developed its Atoms for Peace program, the US administration remained quite suspicious about Italy’s project to develop a civilian nuclear energy program. The State Department and the Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) kept firmly under control Italy’s efforts to extract uranium in the North of the country. Their greatest concern was that the Italian government might decide to declare its uranium resources property of the state, like it had done with its hydrocarbon resources. Despite a series of requests from Italian scientists and industrial firms, the Marshall Plan did not provide any funds for the purchase of nuclear equipment. In the context of the Atoms for Peace program and of the signing in 1955 of a bilateral agreement, the United States gained increased influence over Italy's atomic energy policies. Based on new archival sources from the United States and Italy, this chapter argues that after John F. Kennedy became President, and in the context of the so-called 'center-left governments', the US administration supported the expansion of Italy's nuclear program and a greater role of the state in promoting civilian nuclear energy programs. Once ENEL was founded, however, the company chose to rely on oil, rather than nuclear power, to fuel most of its electric plants. Following a series of agreements between Standard Oil (N.J.) and ENI, Italy received large quantities of cheap oil from the Middle East. ENEL's strategy was supported by American oil companies operating in Italy, and endorsed by the State Department as more cost-effective than a full-scale nuclear program. However, important sectors of the US administration remained critical of the rapid decline of Italy's civilian nuclear program, which accompanied

  20. Financing long term liabilities

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    Noviello, Luigi

    2003-01-01

    In the '80 even if there were no precise law disposition in this specific matter, Enel has created a fund for the plants decommissioning and a fund for the irradiated fuel management. A setting aside pluri-annual plan has been defined. Cumulated funds transferred to the Sogin at the date of its constitution amount to about 1500 MLD ITL (750 M Euro). This amount was adequate to complete decommissioning activities within the Safe Store strategy. Following the separation of Sogin from Enel, a funding mechanism has been defined to provide resources for additional costs deriving from the different economic conditions (new discount rate and taxes), from the management costs for the new company, and from the change in strategy (from Safe Store to DECON). A Decree of the Ministry of the Industry, issued on 26 January 2000, states that the above mentioned extra costs for Sogin shall be financed on a levy on the price of the sold kWh. Every year Sogin shall present the program of future activities, with associated costs: on this basis, the national Authority for Electric energy and Gas (the national body which defines tariff policy) shall re-evaluate the global amount to be granted to Sogin and the levy on the price of the kWh due to Sogin for next three years. The re-evaluation will take into account economic efficiency criteria. For the period 2002- 2004 the Authority has defined a global amount of about 362 M euros to be granted to Sogin, corresponding to ∼0,04 cents of Euro per kWh. The same procedure is foreseen by the Decree in order to finance Sogin for additional costs related to the dismantling of nuclear installations now property of ENEA. In this context, a Consortium between ENEA and Sogin has been established. The Authority for the period 2002-2004 has defined a global amount of about 106 M euros to be granted to the Consortium, corresponding to ∼0,015 cents of Euro per kWh. (author)

  1. Contribution of the JRC Ispra to the intercomparison of analysis methods for seismically isolated nuclear structures

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    Magonette, G.; Renda, V.

    2002-01-01

    Aim of the work done at JRC has been essentially to investigate the potentiality of the Pseudo-Dynamic (PsD) method to test structures incorporating anti-seismic protection devices based on materials with a strain-rate dependent behaviour. This is of relevant importance due to the interest to perform tests on large-scale mock-ups to assess the behaviour of realistic structure of civil engineering interest. Two specific typologies of protection have been analysed and tested at the European Laboratory for Structural Assessment (ELSA) of JRC Ispra. The first dealing with base isolation and the second with energy dissipation devices. In both cases the protection devices were based on high damping rubber material which is characterised by a moderate dependence from the strain rate of the application of the displacements. To validate a standard procedure to test base isolated structures by the PsD method, a collaboration was set up with the Italian Working Group on Seismic Isolation which includes the national research centre ENEA, the national electricity board ENEL, the industrial research centre ISMES and a manufacturer of isolators ALGA. In the framework of this collaboration it was decided to test at the ELSA laboratory a scaled 5-storey frame structure (provided by ENEL), isolated by means of high damping rubber bearings (HDRBs), which had been tested on the shaking table of ISMES. This experimental activity aimed to compare the results which can be obtained by means of the PsD testing technique with those which can be obtained by means of a truly-dynamic test on a shaking table. To validate a standard procedure to test structures incorporating energy dissipation devices, an international collaboration has been set up with Industries, Research Centres and Universities in the framework of a project partially funded by the European Commission through the General Directorate for Science and Technology. The obtained results show once more that the PsD method, when

  2. The Larderello-Travale geothermal field (Tuscany, central Italy): seismic imaging as a tool for the analysis and assessment of the reservoir

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    Anselmi, M.; Piccinini, D.; Casini, M.; Spinelli, E.; Ciuffi, S.; De Gori, P.; Saccorotti, G.; chiarabba, C.

    2013-12-01

    The Larderello-Travale is a geothermal field with steam-dominated reservoirs (1300 kg/s of steam and running capacity of 700 MWatt), which is exploited by Enel Green Power, the electric company involved in the renewable energy and resources. The area is located in the pre-Apennine belt of southern Tuscany and has been characterized by extensional tectonics and sporadic events of compression. The result of these tectonic phases is a block-faulting structure with NW-SE trending horsts and basins. Small post-orogenic granitic stocks were emplaced along the main axes of the uplifted structures, causing the anomalous heat flow that marks the area. Results from seismic reflection lines crossing the study area show the presence of the top of a discontinuous reflector in the 3-8 km depth range and with thickness up to ~1 km, referred to as the ';K-horizon'. In this framework we present the results obtained by the processing of a high-quality local earthquake dataset, recorded during the 1977-2005 time interval by the seismic network managed by Enel Green Power. The geothermal target volume was parameterized using a 3-D grid for both Vp (P-wave velocities) and Qp (quality factor of P-waves). Grid nodes are spaced by 5 and 2 km along the two horizontal and vertical directions, respectively. The tomographic Vp images show an overall velocity increase with depth down to the K-horizon. Conversely, some characteristic features are observed in the distribution of Qp anomalies, with high Qp values in the 300-600 range located just below the K-horizon. The relationship between K-horizon and the seismicity distribution doesn't show a clear and homogeneous coupling: the bulk of re-located earthquakes are placed either above or below the top of the K-horizon in the shallower 8 km depth, with an abrupt cut-off at depth greater than 10 km. We then present the preliminary result from the G.A.P.S.S. (Geothermal Area Passive Seismic Sources) experiment, a project that the Istituto

  3. Representaciones que poseen los profesionales del área de la salud respecto de sus prácticas de enseñanza de las asignaturas disciplinarias en el aula

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    Full Text Available Antecedentes. Las prácticas de enseñanza de los profesionalesde la salud han sido escasamente estudiadas a partir de la transposicióndidáctica de los contenidos disciplinarios tanto enChile, como en América latina. La lógica del objeto de sabery la lógica del acto de enseñanza convergen dialécticamenteen las aulas universitarias.Objetivo. Describir analíticamente las representaciones queposeen los profesionales del área de la salud respecto de susprácticas de enseñanza de las asignaturas disciplinarias enel aula.Materiales y métodos. Se planteó un diseño cualitativo descriptivo,en base a la teoría fundamentada, método comparativoconstante, y los principios de triangulación y convergencia.Las técnicas de recolección de información fueron: entrevistassemiestructuradas, lectura textos y las observaciones etnográficas.Desde la codificación abierta emergieron diez categorías:a Relevancia del conocimiento pedagógico b Finalidad dela enseñanza c Valoración de la evaluación diagnóstica, dUsabilidad de la didáctica, e Resultados de aprendizajes yenseñanza, f Dominio del contenido disciplinario, g Perfeccionamiento,h Estilo de enseñanza, i Criterios de efectividadde una clase, j Conocimiento base para la enseñanza. Parael procesamiento de data verbal se utilizó el software para elanálisis cualitativo de datos Atlas-ti versión 6.0.Resultados. Los docentes requieren de conocimientos pedagógicospara mejorar la calidad de enseñanza. Los conceptos dedidáctica son atribuidos principalmente al aspecto metodológico yal uso de recursos tecnológicos. La estrategia didáctica más utilizadaen el proceso de enseñanza en el aula, es la clase expositivaque se centra en el docente aproximándose al modelo conductista.Conclusión. El modelo pedagógico dominante, está centrado enel docente y se aproxima al modelo conductista, por lo que lasprácticas de los docentes no constituyen una labor pedagógicasistemática ni enmarcada

  4. Nuclear energy between science and public

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    Bobnar, B [Inst. Jozef Stefan, Ljubljana (Slovenia)

    1992-07-01

    The objective of the presented research was to establish the presence and the structure of nuclear energy as a theme in Slovenian mass media and at the same time to answer the question what chances an active Slovenian reader had in the year 1991 to either strengthen or change his opinion on nuclear power. Measurement and analysis of chosen relevant variables in 252 contributions in six Slovenian mass media publications in the year 1991 showed that the most frequent nuclear theme was decommissioning and closing down of a nuclear power plant. Other themes followed in the order of the frequency of appearance: nuclear energy as an economic issue, waste disposal, NPP Krsko operation, influence on health, information about events, seismic questions. The scientific theme - nuclear energy, was intensely represented in chosen Slovenian mass media publications in 1991. Common to all nuclear themes is that they were being presented from the political point of view. (author) [Slovenian] Prispevek s strani komunikoloskih raziskav osvetljuje nekatere dileme ob vstopanju stroke v svet mnozicnih medijev. Cilj raziskave je bil: ugotoviti prisotnost in strukturo jedrske energije kot teme v javnih pisnih medijih v letu 1991 ter oceniti, ali je imel povprecni bralec vsaj enega dnevnega casopisa moznost, da okrepi ali spremeni svoje mnenje o jedrski energiji. Merjenje in analiza relevantnih izbranih spremenljivk v 252 prispevkih v sestih slovenskih pisnih medijih sta pokazala, da je bila najpogostejsa jedrska tema zapiranje in razgradnja jedrskih elektrarn, sledili so ekonomski vidiki jedrske energije, vprasanja, povezana s skladiscenjem in odlagaliscem radioaktivnih odpadkov, delovanje NE Krsko, vpliv jedrske energije na zdravje, informacije o nezgodah, seizmoloska vprasanja. Strokovna tema - jedrska energija, je bila intenzivno predstavljena v slovenskih pisnih medijih v letu 1991, vendar prevladujoce s politicnega zornega kota. (author)

  5. International assessment of PCA codes

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    Neymotin, L.; Lui, C.; Glynn, J.; Archarya, S.

    1993-11-01

    Over the past three years (1991-1993), an extensive international exercise for intercomparison of a group of six Probabilistic Consequence Assessment (PCA) codes was undertaken. The exercise was jointly sponsored by the Commission of European Communities (CEC) and OECD Nuclear Energy Agency. This exercise was a logical continuation of a similar effort undertaken by OECD/NEA/CSNI in 1979-1981. The PCA codes are currently used by different countries for predicting radiological health and economic consequences of severe accidents at nuclear power plants (and certain types of non-reactor nuclear facilities) resulting in releases of radioactive materials into the atmosphere. The codes participating in the exercise were: ARANO (Finland), CONDOR (UK), COSYMA (CEC), LENA (Sweden), MACCS (USA), and OSCAAR (Japan). In parallel with this inter-code comparison effort, two separate groups performed a similar set of calculations using two of the participating codes, MACCS and COSYMA. Results of the intercode and inter-MACCS comparisons are presented in this paper. The MACCS group included four participants: GREECE: Institute of Nuclear Technology and Radiation Protection, NCSR Demokritos; ITALY: ENEL, ENEA/DISP, and ENEA/NUC-RIN; SPAIN: Universidad Politecnica de Madrid (UPM) and Consejo de Seguridad Nuclear; USA: Brookhaven National Laboratory, US NRC and DOE

  6. Between 3 June and 3 August, limit your electricity consumption

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    CERN is normally supplied by the French 400 kV RTE/EDF network and has a reduced-power backup supply from the Swiss 130 kV ALPIQ/SIG network. During LS1, from 3 June to 3 August 2013, the EN-EL Electrical Engineering Group will be carrying out maintenance and consolidation work on CERN’s 400 kV and 66 kV substations. On 3 June 2013, CERN’s power supply will be transferred with no interruption to the Swiss 130 kV network. The power available will technically be limited to 50 MW, a threshold which is compatible with the current level of consumption given that the warming up of the LHC’s cryogenic installations is now complete. During this critical two-month period, CERN’s electricity consumption will be closely monitored by operators in the CERN Control Centre (CCC) and must be kept below 50 MW. To avoid any risk of overloading or load-shedding, the Electrical Engineering Group are asking all users to limit their consumption during this period. Thank you for your ...

  7. Between 3 June and 3 August, limit your electricity consumption

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    CERN is normally supplied by the French 400 kV RTE/EDF network and has a reduced-power backup supply from the Swiss 130 kV ALPIQ/SIG network. During LS1, from 3 June to 3 August 2013, the EN-EL Electrical Engineering Group will be carrying out maintenance and consolidation work on CERN’s 400 kV and 66 kV substations. On 3 June 2013, CERN’s power supply will be transferred with no interruption to the Swiss 130 kV network. The power available will technically be limited to 50 MW, a threshold which is compatible with the current level of consumption given that the warming up of the LHC’s cryogenic installations is now complete. During this critical two-month period, CERN’s electricity consumption will be closely monitored by operators in the CERN Control Centre (CCC) and must be kept below 50 MW. To avoid any risk of overloading or load-shedding, the Electrical Engineering Group are asking all users to limit their consumption during this period. Thank you for your c...

  8. Electric landscapes and new economies: values, assets, social responsibility and management

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    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available In the face of impressive industrial restructuring operations - in particular the rethinking of the full economic process of energy production - involving many areas of the West (and not only an emerging issue is that the disposal of the electrical assets and the requalification of the contexts. The process of the valorisation - disciplinedly consolidated - for this sector offers suggestions of research and debate with some elements of innovation: 1 a reinterpretation of the theory of value and its classical components; 2 the synergy between architectural interventions and structural economic interventions; 3 the urgency of census, knowledge building through databases and new information flows; 4 the control management process. The contribution aims to rethink the state of the art on the subject and to reinterpret in the light of the new approaches to valorisation combined with an environmental and circular economy. They support this critical analysis, the reading of Italian national cases (from Enel's operations and international ones, where they are already generating externalities, intangibles and expected benefits as well as economic surplus.

  9. Energy recovery from municipal solid wastes in Italy: Actual study and perspective for future

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    Brunetti, N.; Ciampa, F.; De Cecco, C.

    1992-01-01

    Materials and energy recovery from municipal solid wastes (MSW) and assimilable waste, and their re-use is one of strong points of current regulations and tendencies, both at the national and at community level in Europe. In Italy, the interest in energy recovery from renewable sources has been encouraged by energy-savings law which included financial incentives for thermal plant building if low grade fuels such as MSW were employed. New electric power prices imposed by Italian Electric Power Authority, ENEL, encourage energy recovery from waste burners. This paper aims to point out the present state of energy recovery from wastes in Italy, trends and prospects to satisfy, with new plants, the need for waste thermal destruction and part of the demand for energy in the different Italian regions: only about 10% of MSW are burned and just a small percentage of the estimated amount of recoverable energy (2 MTOE/y) is recuperated. Different technological cycles are discussed: incineration of untreated wastes and energy recovery; incineration (or gasification) of RDF (refuse derived fuels) and heat-electricity co-generation; burning of RDF in industrial plants, in addition to other fuels

  10. Full scale dynamic testing of Paks nuclear power plant structures

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    Da Rin, E.M.

    1995-01-01

    This report refers to the full-scale dynamic structural testing activities that have been performed in December 1994 at the Paks (H) Nuclear Power Plant, within the framework of: the IAEA Coordinated research Programme 'Benchmark Study for the Seismic Analysis and Testing of WWER-type Nuclear Power Plants, and the nuclear research activities of ENEL-WR/YDN, the Italian National Electricity Board in Rome. The specific objective of the conducted investigation was to obtain valid data on the dynamic behaviour of the plant's major constructions, under normal operating conditions, for enabling an assessment of their actual seismic safety to be made. As described in more detail hereafter, the Paks NPP site has been subjected to low level earthquake like ground shaking, through appropriately devised underground explosions, and the dynamic response of the plant's 1 st reactor unit important structures was appropriately measured and digitally recorded. In-situ free field response was measured concurrently and, moreover, site-specific geophysical and seismological data were simultaneously acquired too. The above-said experimental data is to provide basic information on the geophysical and seismological characteristics of the Paks NPP site, together with useful reference information on the true dynamic characteristics of its main structures and give some indications on the actual dynamic soil-structure interaction effects for the case of low level excitation

  11. Leaching of valuable elements from thermal power plant bottom ash using a thermo-hydrometallurgical process.

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    Bojinova, Darinka; Teodosieva, Ralitsa

    2016-06-01

    The solid industrial wastes generated from thermal power plants (TPPs) can be considered as renewable secondary sources for recovery of valuable metals. This study presents the results from investigations that integrated a thermo-hydro-metallurgical method for treatment of bottom ash obtained from the Enel Maritsa East 3 TPP in Bulgaria. Leaching was performed with 20, 30 and 40 wt% sulphuric acid, respectively, in an autoclave at 100(o)C, 120(o)C and 140(o)C for 120, 240, 360 and 480 min, at a constant value of the liquid/solid ratio. After autoclaving, the samples (suspensions) were diluted with a constant value of water and stirring at 50(o)C for 60 min. On the basis of the experimental data the leaching efficiency (α) of the elements in the liquid phase after filtration was estimated. The leaching of aluminium increases significantly with increasing of the temperature, reaching the maximum value of 70 wt%. The highest leaching efficiency values for the other elements are as follows: Fe (86.4%), Ca (86.6%), Na (86.6%), Ni (83.3%) and Zn (83.3%). The maximum value of leaching for Mg, K, Mn, Cu and Cr is in the interval of 46-70%. © The Author(s) 2016.

  12. La práctica del fútbol entre mujeres bolivianas en Sevilla. Redes sociales, trayectorias migratorias y relaciones de género

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    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available Los inmigrados en España, especialmente de países andinos, han constituido un movimiento asociativoemergente que ha tomado cuerpo en ligas autogestionadas de fútbol y futsal. En dichas ligas la participaciónfemenina es significativa. ¿Cómo entender esta práctica deportiva de las mujeres? Este artículo se centra enel estudio de redes migratorias, sociales y laborales para entender la práctica del fútbol y su influencia en lasrelaciones de género. Su objetivo es analizar las estrategias de los migrantes y explicar cómo las redes migratoriasy sociales de arribo han incidido en la formación y potencialidad de este espacio, así como en el desenvolvimientode los equipos; ejemplificado, en este caso, en el equipo Bolivia de Sevilla donde la autoraparticipó como etnógrafa-jugadora. Con tal fin, se ha utilizado un enfoque empírico, social y procesual queme ha permitido analizar los cambios en el deporte como proceso paralelo al avance de las trayectoriasmigratorias y de las relaciones de pareja.

  13. “Acompañando a la gente en el último momento de su vida”: reflexiones en torno a la construcción paliativista de la Dignidad en el final de la vida

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    Rafael Wainer

    2008-08-01

    Full Text Available El objetivo del presente artículo es analizar la construcción profesionalpaliativista alrededor de la Dignidad. El análisis antropológico de las nociones de ysobre la Dignidad ha tenido un menor desarrollo que las investigaciones que lapiensan en abstracto o en general (sobre todo dentro de la filosofía y bioética. Eneste trabajo el interés está situado en el proceso de creación colectiva de una seriede prácticas, experiencias, emociones y sentidos que intentan dignificar la vida enel proceso social del morir. Mi mirada se centra en el punto de vista de los integrantesde un equipo de cuidados paliativos (CP en un hospital de adultos especializadoen enfermedades oncológicas. De este modo hago hincapié en lasconceptualizaciones y las prácticas profesionales sobre la dignidad, como asítambién, de forma indirecta, en las maneras en que estas concepciones sondecodificadas, negociadas y transformadas por las personas que experimentaronlas enfermedades y sus familias.

  14. Marginal cost and congestion in the Italian electricity market: An indirect estimation approach

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    Bigerna, Simona; Andrea Bollino, Carlo; Polinori, Paolo

    2015-01-01

    In this paper we construct an indirect measure of the supply marginal cost function for the main generators from the observed bid data in the Italian electricity market in the period 2004–2007. We compute the residual demand function for each generator, taking explicitly into account the issue of transmission line congestion. This procedure allows recovering correct zonal Lerner index and the implied measure of the marginal cost function. We find evidence of a stable U-shaped marginal cost function for three main Italian generators, but a flat function for ENEL, the former national monopolist. The policy relevance of our approach lies in the possibility to offer some empirical knowledge of the marginal cost function of each generator to the regulator to design appropriate policy measures geared to the promotion of competitive market conditions. We propose a new market surveillance mechanism, which is based on the principle of sanctioning excessive deviations from the estimated measure of the marginal cost function presented in this work. -- Highlights: •We construct an indirect measure of the supply marginal cost function. •We compute the residual demand function taking into account transmission line congestion. •We find a general evidence of a stable U-shaped marginal cost function for Italian generators. •We find flat marginal cost function for the former national monopolist. •We use excessive deviations from estimated marginal cost function as a new market surveillance mechanism

  15. Ten year report on the operation of the Latina nuclear power station 1964-1973

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    1976-07-01

    The final report on the operation of the Latina nuclear power station, required under the terms of the contract of participation between ENEL and EURATOM is presented. It covers the first ten years of commercial operation (1 January 1964-31 December 1973) of this power station. Latina uses a British Magnox-type gas-graphite natural uranium reactor with a design thermal capacity of 724 MW. The rated electrical output of the three main turbogenerators was originally 210 MW (3x70), but was reduced to 160 MW in 1971. Construction began in November 1958 and was completed when the reactor first reached criticality in December 1962, the station being connected to the Italian electricity network for the first time in May 1963. The gross rated output of 210 MWe was reached in December 1963 and commercial operation began on 1 January 1964, by which date, however, the power station had already fed 295.5 million kWh into the network

  16. Focal mechanism of seismic events with a dipolar component

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    R. Console

    1995-06-01

    Full Text Available In this paper we model the geometry of a seismic source as a dislocation occurring on an elemental flat fault in an arbitrary direction with respect to the fault plane. This implies the use of a fourth parameter in addition to the three usual ones describing a simple double couple mechanism. We applied the radiation pattern obtained from the theory to a computer code written for the inversion of the observation data (amplitudes and polarities of the first onsets recorded by a network of stations. It allows the determination of the fault mechanism gener- alized in the above mentioned way. The computer code was verified on synthetic data and then applied to real data recorded by the seismic network operated by the Ente Nazionale per l'Energia Elettrica (ENEL, monitoring the geothermal field of Larderello. The experimental data show that for some events the source mechanism exhibits a significant dipolar component. However, due to the high standard deviation of the amplitude data, F-test applied to the results of the analysis shows that only for two events the confidence level for the general- ized model exceeds 90%.

  17. Procedure for cogeneration plant evaluation in Italy

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    Bollettini, U.; Savelli, D.

    1992-01-01

    This paper develops a step-by-step approach to the evaluation of cogeneration plants for on-site power generation. The aim is to allow prospective cogeneration plant owners to build energy/cost efficient plants and to be able to make a proper assessment of eligible financial assistance which may be obtained through the provisions of energy conservation normatives and laws set up by the Italian National Energy Plan. The approach has three principal phases - the verification of the availability of the required human resources able to perform the plant evaluation (engineering, legal and business consultants), an energy/viability audit of any existing energy plant considered for retrofitting and, finally, the identification of the best technical/economic cogeneration alternative. The programmed set of evaluation tasks includes the determination of optimal contracts with ENEL (the Italian National Electricity Board), especially for the case of excess power to be ceded to the national grid, and the making of comparisons with reference cogeneration systems whose relative design/cost data are stored in existing computerized data bases

  18. Pu utilization in fast-breeder and in light-water reactors in Italy

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    Mangiagalli, D.; Cicognani, F.; Pistella, F.; Testa, G.; Villani, A.; Ariemma, A.; Castelli, G.F.; Linari, A.; Paoletti Gualandi, M.; Musso, B.

    1977-01-01

    The paper illustrates the most important activities carried out in Italy for the development of fast breeder reactors and its fuel as well as for plutonium recycle in light water reactors. The Italian strategy is based, on one hand, on the short-term commercialization of fast breeder reactors, and on the other, on the adoption of the technology of the Phenix prototype whose further development will be ensured by the joint Italian and French efforts as insured by the important agreements signed by CNEN, NIRA (Nucleare Italiana Reattori Avanzati) and Italian manufacturing industries with CEA and the main French industries. The paper also includes the main results of the ENEL Demonstration Program on Pu prototypes introduced in the Garigliano BWR in 1968 and 1970, and of the destructive and non-destructive analyses on said fuel, as well as of the analyses carried out by CNEN on prototypical fuel fabricated by CNEN and irradiated in various reactors. Furthermore, the paper deals with design and licensing aspects of the 46 Pu-island assembly reload introduced in the Garigliano reactors in 1975 and of a batch of 8 all Pu assemblies loaded in the Trino Vercellese PWR in 1976. Subsequently, the experimental activities planned for the near future both on high burn-up prototypes and on industrial fuel after one cycle of operation are examined [fr

  19. The EU's Major Electricity and Gas Utilities since Market Liberalization

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    Schulke, Ch.

    2010-07-01

    A major change has taken place in the company structure of the European electricity and gas markets. Twenty years ago, national or regional monopolies dominated the markets and there was strictly no competition between utilities. But since the liberalization of EU energy markets began in the 1990's, companies like E.ON, GDF Suez, EDF, Enel, and RWE have become European giants with activities in a large number of Member States. The advocates of market liberalization did not expect, or even intend, the emergence of a small number of large utilities that control an increasing part of the EU market. Some observers already claim that liberalization has led to an oligopoly with detrimental consequences for competition. Based on extensive background research, this book presents a fact-based analysis of the changes in the European utility sector since the 1990's. Case studies of the seven largest utilities illustrate how companies adapted their strategies to the changing market environment. The author underlines diverging choices and common trends like geographic expansion into new markets via mergers and acquisitions or diversification of business activities with the aim of using synergies between electricity and gas. (author)

  20. A review of fast reactor activities in Italy

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    Pierantoni, F.; Tavoni, R.

    1990-01-01

    Italy's total primary energy demand increased in 1989 by 2.8% continuing the trend initiated in 1984. Net electricity import increased by 9% reaching the total of 34 TWh, equivalent to the electrical production of 5 power stations in base load operation. As known, after the Chernobyl accident, a moratorium of at least 5 years was imposed on the construction of new nuclear reactors in Italy. The PEN (National Energy Plan), already approved by the government and submitted to parliament for discussion, calls for a programme of research and industrial development of reactors with inherent and passive safety features. In this framework during 1989, a collaboration of ENEL, Ansaldo and ENEA with some designers of innovative reactors, mainly water-cooled, has taken place in many fields. The Italian participation and contribution in international groups has continued with the aim of maintaining and updating the know-how on the most relevant themes of research. Contacts are underway in the area of advanced reactors with several countries such as the USA, the FRG, the UK and France. With France an agreement for cooperation in the area of future nuclear reactors and advanced technologies for the upgrading of industries was signed in April 1990. (author). 1 fig., 2 tabs

  1. Dynamics of competitive strategies in de-regulated industries: the case of the electricity industry in France

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    Cateura, O.

    2007-11-01

    This research work is focused on the competitive dynamics approach and rivalry studies between competitors. It develops theses recent perspectives and particularly multi-market competition (also called multipoint competition) in de-regulated industries (network utilities). Indeed, competitive behaviours in liberalized industries are still badly-known. To conduct this research, we decided to analyze a selection of companies (EDF, Electrabel, Endesa, Enel, Gaz de France, Poweo, Direct Energie..) settled on the French electricity market presently in the course of liberalization (1996 - 2006). This qualitative research, through longitudinal case studies, has been developed thanks to a CIFRE agreement (between the French Ministry of Research and the firm Electrabel France) including action research and participant observation. Using multidimensional strategic sequences, we identified two periods, the first one characterized by a confrontation movement and a second one by mutual forbearance. We argue that after learning the rules of a newly liberalized market (confrontation, diversification, internationalization), competitors rapidly and collectively shift there positions towards a focused European strategy based on the gas-electricity convergence. The development of multi-market competition has conducted to mutual forbearance, which was particularly profitable to the major participants. Integrated strategy (market and non-market) appears as an important driver for legitimizing theses behaviours. (author)

  2. Dynamics of competitive strategies in de-regulated industries: the case of the electricity industry in France; Dynamique des strategies concurrentielles dans un contexte de liberalisation: le cas de l'industrie electrique en France

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    Cateura, O

    2007-11-15

    This research work is focused on the competitive dynamics approach and rivalry studies between competitors. It develops theses recent perspectives and particularly multi-market competition (also called multipoint competition) in de-regulated industries (network utilities). Indeed, competitive behaviours in liberalized industries are still badly-known. To conduct this research, we decided to analyze a selection of companies (EDF, Electrabel, Endesa, Enel, Gaz de France, Poweo, Direct Energie..) settled on the French electricity market presently in the course of liberalization (1996 - 2006). This qualitative research, through longitudinal case studies, has been developed thanks to a CIFRE agreement (between the French Ministry of Research and the firm Electrabel France) including action research and participant observation. Using multidimensional strategic sequences, we identified two periods, the first one characterized by a confrontation movement and a second one by mutual forbearance. We argue that after learning the rules of a newly liberalized market (confrontation, diversification, internationalization), competitors rapidly and collectively shift there positions towards a focused European strategy based on the gas-electricity convergence. The development of multi-market competition has conducted to mutual forbearance, which was particularly profitable to the major participants. Integrated strategy (market and non-market) appears as an important driver for legitimizing theses behaviours. (author)

  3. Policies and means to assess and improve service quality in electricity supply systems; Methods et moyens pour ameliorer la qualite` du service des reseaux publics de distribution d`electricite`

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    Lagostena, L.; Mirra, C.; Noferi, P.L.; Sani, G.

    1992-03-01

    Quality of electricity supply to users consists of a series of characteristics of the voltage at the points of delivery. This report shows how service quality, in the past basically related to the tolerance of voltage and frequency with respect to the nominal value, as well as, to the continuity of supply, is nowadays assessed also in relation to other aspects, generally referred to as disturbances. Short interruptions, voltage dips, transient overvoltages, harmonics and flicker are mainly taken into consideration. A description is given of the approach adopted by ENEL (the Italian Electricity Board) in order to evaluate and, if required, improve the quality of service, based upon the acquisition of data related to faults, interruptions and disturbances. These data are processed in order to obtain significant indices on the state of the network and on the effectiveness of the actions which can be implemented. Finally, the measures which may lead to an improvement in the quality of service are identified, and potential advantages, in terms of the reduction of non-supplied energy and number of faults, of adopting appropriate automatic devices and optimizing maintenance work on some distribution networks are illustrated.

  4. Italy: a national energy strategy in transition

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    Spaes, Joel

    2014-01-01

    This article discusses the status and perspectives of the Italian energy policy. It outlines that this policy has known many changes during the past decades. The country has been depending for years on oil imports and on electricity imports from its neighbours even though ENI and ENEL are major world actors. It had chosen nuclear energy to gain independence until the Chernobyl accident which resulted in a moratorium. On the side of renewable energies, Italy has notably developed geothermal energy, and possesses an important hydraulic energy fleet, while solar photovoltaic and wind energy started their development rather late and still at a rather slow pace. Thus, a new energy strategy has been implemented in 2012 with some main objectives: reduction of energy costs, meeting of European objectives regarding energy and climate, improvement of energy supply security and of energy independence, and development of a sustainable economy through the development of the energy sector. This strategy resulted in very good results in terms of energy efficiency, and of growth rate for the photovoltaic sector

  5. Estrategias de (reapropiación urbana y disputa territorial en la conformación de los barrios alteños El Porvenir I y 16 de Julio (Bolivia, 1985-2012

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    Mariela Paula Diaz

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Generalmente la ciudad de El Alto (Bolivia es analizada como un núcleo urbano homogéneo. Eneste artículo se analiza la existencia de ejemplos de desarrollo urbano desigual y combinado. Elobjetivo principal es abordar las estrategias de acceso al hábitat y la (reapropiación del territoriourbano por parte de los migrantes aymaras residentes en el barrio periférico El Porvenir I y enel barrio céntrico 16 de Julio. Se presta atención a la disputa con los diversos actores sociales queparticipan en la dinámica de la construcción barrial: los loteadores informales y el Estado duranteel periodo 1985-2012.Para llevar a cabo este estudio se aplicó una metodología cualitativa que incluyó entrevistas semiestructuradasa la población migrante y a los informantes-clave y observación no participante,incorporando datos de fuentes secundarias.

  6. Modelo de estado para el estudio de las descargas parciales en el aislamiento principal de las máquinas eléctricas rotatorias de gran potencia; Big Rotating Machines State Model for Partial Discharges Studies in Main Insulation

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    Santiago A Dorrbercker Drake

    2011-02-01

    Full Text Available Se presenta un modelo de estado que caracteriza la tensión de ignición de las descargas parciales (DP enel aislamiento principal de las máquinas eléctricas rotatorias de gran potencia (MERGP.  Los objetivos delmodelamiento se dirigieron en dos vertientes:  la primera a conocer el comportamiento del menor nivel detensión que produce DP y la segunda destinada al comportamiento del tamaño de las cavidades, en lasque puede aparecer DP, atendiendo al nivel instantáneo de la tensión de corriente alterna (CA aplicada alas mismas. El presente trabajo se propone, proveer de una herramienta capaz de modelar el comportamientode algunos parámetros característicos de las DP en el aislamiento principal de las MERGP, cuando elaislamiento principal es sometido a diferentes condiciones de trabajo.  This paper describes a state model for PD inception voltage in main insulation of big rotating machines(BRM.  Intends of the present paper were:  to show the behaviour of PD inception voltage under differentfactors; and to know the relationships between the size of cavities and the instantaneous value of ACapplied voltage to the insulation. The objective of this paper is offer a computational tool able to model theperformance of some PD characteristic parameters when main insulation is under operation conditions.

  7. Technique for the residual life assessment of high temperature components based on creep-rupture testing on welded miniature specimens

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    Garzillo, A.; Guardamagna, C.; Moscotti, L.; Ranzani, L. [Ente Nazionale per l`Energia Elettrica, Milan (Italy)

    1995-06-01

    Following the present trend in the development of advanced methodologies for residual life assessment of high temperature components operating in power plants, particularly in non destructive methods, a testing technique has been set up at ENEL-CRAM based on creep-rupture testa in an argon on welded miniature specimens. Five experimental systems for creep-rupture tests in an argon atmosphere have been set up which include high accuracy systems, vacuum chambers and exrwnsometer devices. With the aim of establishing and validating the suitability of the experimental methodology, creep-rupture and interrupted creep testing programmes have been performed on miniature specimens (2 mm diameter and 10 mm gauge lenght). On the basis of experience gathered by various European research laboratories, a miniature specimen construction procedure has been developed using a laser welding technique for joining threaded heads to sample material. Low alloy ferritic steels, such as virgin 2.25CrlMo, 0.5Cr 0.5Mo 0.25V, and IN 738 superalloy miniature specimens have been investigated and the results, compared with those from standard specimens, show a regular trend in deformation vs time. Additional efforts to provide guidelines for material sampling from each plant component will be required in order to reduce uncertainties in residual life prediction.

  8. SPES-2, an experimental program to support the AP600 development

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    Tarantini, M. [ENEA, Nuclear Fission Branch, Bolonga (Italy); Medich, C. [SIET S.p.A. Piacenza (Italy)

    1995-09-01

    In support of the development of the AP600 reactor, ENEA, ENEL, ANSALDO and Westinghouse have signed a research agreement. In the framework of this agreement a complex Full Height Full Pressure (FHFP) integral system testing program has been planned on SPES-2 facility. The main purpose of this paper is to point out the status of the test program; describe the hot per-operational test performed and the complete test matrix, giving all the necessary references on the work already published. Two identical Small Break LOCA transients, performed with Pressurizer to Core Make-up Tank (PRZ-CMT) balance line (Test S00203) and without PRZ-CMT balance line (Test S00303) are then compared, to show how the SPES-2 facility can contribute in confirming the new AP600 reactor design choices and can give useful indications to designers. Although the detailed analysis of test data has not been completed, some consideration on the analytical tools utilized and on the SPES-2 capability to simulate the reference plant is then drawn.

  9. ESTUDIO DIELECTROMETRICO DE EMULSIONES Y AGENTES EMULSIFICANTES

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    Juan José Llovera González

    2011-03-01

    Full Text Available La permitividad de las mezclas de líquidos emulsificantes es un parámetro físico de interes en la determinación delgrado de asociación molecular de dichos líquidos. Las fórmulas semiempíricas conocidas para calcular la permitividadde dichas mezclas no reproducen en algunos casos los valores experimentales obtenidos, en particular esto ocurre enel caso de líquidos de estructura molecular anfifílica. En este trabajo se presentan los resultados obtenidos en elestudio de la permitividad de mezclas de líquidos emulsificantes asi como una fórmula que permite ajustar los resultadosexperimentales con un buen grado de precisión.  The dielectric constant of the mixtures of surfactants liquids of complex molecular structure is a physical parameterof interest in the determination of the degree of molecular association of this liquids. The formulas well-knownsemiempíricas to calculate the dielectric constant of this mixtures don't reproduce in some cases the obtainedexperimental values, in particular this happens in the case of liquids of anphiphylic molecular structure. In thiswork the results are presented obtained in the study of the dielectric constant of mixtures of these liquids as well asone formulates that it allows to adjust the experimental results with a good degree of precision.

  10. Small punch creep test: A promising methodology for high temperature plant components life evaluation

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    Tettamanti, S. [CISE SpA, Milan (Italy); Crudeli, R. [ENEL SpA, Milan (Italy)

    1998-12-31

    CISE and ENEL are involved for years in a miniaturization creep methodology project to obtain similar non-destructive test with the same standard creep test reliability. The goal can be reached with `Small punch creep test` that collect all the requested characteristics; quasi nondestructive disk specimens extracted both on external or internal side of components, than accurately machined and tested on little and cheap apparatus. CISE has developed complete creep small punch procedure that involved peculiar test facility and correlation`s law comparable with the more diffused isostress methodology for residual life evaluation on ex-serviced high temperature plant components. The aim of this work is to obtain a simple and immediately applicable relationship useful for plant maintenance managing. More added work is need to validate the Small Punch methodology and for relationship calibration on most diffusion high temperature structural materials. First obtained results on a comparative work on ASTM A355 P12 ex-serviced pipe material are presented joint with a description of the Small Punch apparatus realized in CISE. (orig.) 6 refs.

  11. Heat pumps in urban space heating systems: Energy and environmental aspects

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    Carlini, M.; Impero Abenavoli, R.; Rome Univ. La Sapienza

    1991-01-01

    A statistical survey is conducted of air pollution in the city of Rome (Italy) due to conventional building space heating systems burning fossil fuels. The survey identifies the annual consumption of the different fuels and the relative amounts of the various pollutants released into the atmosphere by the heating plants, e.g., sulfur and nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, etc. Comparisons are then made between the ratios of urban heating plant air pollutants produced per tonne of fuel employed and those for ENEL (Italian National Electricity Board) coal, oil and natural gas fired power plants, in order to demonstrate the better environmental performances of the utility operated energy plants. The building space heating system energy consumption and pollution data are then used in a cost benefit analysis favouring the retrofitting of conventional heating systems with heat pump systems to obtain substantial reductions in energy consumption, heating bills and urban air pollution. The use of readily available, competitively priced and low polluting (in comparison with fuel oil and coal) methane as the energy source for space heating purposes is recommended. The paper also notes the versatility of the heat pump systems in that they could also be used for summer air conditioning

  12. Dynamics of competitive strategies in de-regulated industries: the case of the electricity industry in France; Dynamique des strategies concurrentielles dans un contexte de liberalisation: le cas de l'industrie electrique en France

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    Cateura, O

    2007-11-15

    This research work is focused on the competitive dynamics approach and rivalry studies between competitors. It develops theses recent perspectives and particularly multi-market competition (also called multipoint competition) in de-regulated industries (network utilities). Indeed, competitive behaviours in liberalized industries are still badly-known. To conduct this research, we decided to analyze a selection of companies (EDF, Electrabel, Endesa, Enel, Gaz de France, Poweo, Direct Energie..) settled on the French electricity market presently in the course of liberalization (1996 - 2006). This qualitative research, through longitudinal case studies, has been developed thanks to a CIFRE agreement (between the French Ministry of Research and the firm Electrabel France) including action research and participant observation. Using multidimensional strategic sequences, we identified two periods, the first one characterized by a confrontation movement and a second one by mutual forbearance. We argue that after learning the rules of a newly liberalized market (confrontation, diversification, internationalization), competitors rapidly and collectively shift there positions towards a focused European strategy based on the gas-electricity convergence. The development of multi-market competition has conducted to mutual forbearance, which was particularly profitable to the major participants. Integrated strategy (market and non-market) appears as an important driver for legitimizing theses behaviours. (author)

  13. Deep geothermics

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    Anon.

    1995-01-01

    The hot-dry-rocks located at 3-4 km of depth correspond to low permeable rocks carrying a large amount of heat. The extraction of this heat usually requires artificial hydraulic fracturing of the rock to increase its permeability before water injection. Hot-dry-rocks geothermics or deep geothermics is not today a commercial channel but only a scientific and technological research field. The Soultz-sous-Forets site (Northern Alsace, France) is characterized by a 6 degrees per meter geothermal gradient and is used as a natural laboratory for deep geothermal and geological studies in the framework of a European research program. Two boreholes have been drilled up to 3600 m of depth in the highly-fractured granite massif beneath the site. The aim is to create a deep heat exchanger using only the natural fracturing for water transfer. A consortium of german, french and italian industrial companies (Pfalzwerke, Badenwerk, EdF and Enel) has been created for a more active participation to the pilot phase. (J.S.). 1 fig., 2 photos

  14. The role played by stakeholders in the public debate that brought Italy out of the club of nuclear energy producers.

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    Cantone, Marie Claire; Sturloni, Giancarlo; Brunelli, Giancarlo

    2007-10-01

    In 1964, Italy was the fourth largest world producer of electricity generated by nuclear reactors, second in Europe only to United Kingdom. In subsequent years, various controversial political events contributed towards drastically slowing down the development of the Italian national nuclear program. The 1986 Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant accident, which caused a public outcry all over Europe, had particularly serious repercussions in Italy. In a controversial referendum, held in November 1987, Italian citizens voted to repeal three laws promoting the installation of nuclear power plants (NPP) on Italian soil and allowing the National Institute for Electrical Energy (ENEL) to participate in the construction of NPP's abroad. This work analyzes the reasons for that decision and the communication strategies of the stakeholders that took part in the public debate on nuclear energy during the weeks following the Chernobyl accident. Drawing from the methodologies used in media studies, a quantitative and qualitative analysis of two leading Italian newspapers was performed. The results reveal that a variety of stakeholders, upholding different values and interests, took part in the debate. There being no tradition of a public dialogue and participation in Italy, the debate was polarized to a "yes/no choice," which eventually caused Italy to abandon the production of nuclear power for civilian use.

  15. Inclusión de todos en la escuela: ilusiones y posibilidades

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    Vanetty Molinero Nano

    2008-06-01

    Full Text Available En el presente artículo discutimos las tensiones y contradicciones del proceso deinclusión de los niños y niñas en la educación primaria peruana, con el fin deplantear que no es suficiente estar en la escuela para ser incluido y de presentaralgunas reflexiones que aporten en la construcción de una escuela que acoja lasdiferencias.Comenzamos abordando el proceso de expansión de la educación primaria enel Perú. Seguidamente llevaremos la discusión de la inclusión al funcionamientoescolar y a las medidas que se vienen planteando a nivel macropolítico para hacerfrente a los problemas de la escuela pública peruana. De esta manera tratamos dellamar la atención sobre la necesidad de intervenir en la dimensión micropolíticapara que la inclusión se constituya, proponiendo la autogestión como práctica quepotencia la inclusión.

  16. INFRASTRUCTURE

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    A. Gaddi and P. Tropea

    2012-01-01

      During the Year-End Technical Stop all the systems have been carefully inspected in order to assure a smooth running through the crucial year 2012. Regarding the electrical distribution, the annual General Emergency Stop test (AUG, in CERN language) has shown a discrepancy in the action matrix, as some racks were not cut off by the AUG action as they should have been. The subsequent investigation quickly indicated that a missing connection at the main UPS switchboard was the source of the problem. The problem has been addressed to the EN/EL group responsible for the equipment and a new test is planned in the beginning of March. Some consolidation work has been carried out as well, namely the doubling of the line powering the rack that houses the DCS servers in USC55. During the last months of the technical stop, the cooling systems of CMS have undergone the usual preventive maintenance, a few corrective interventions and a huge programme of performance tests. The preventive maintenance programm...

  17. La grafía manzaniana: el lenguaje escrito mediante la metáfora y la prosopopeya

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    Carmen Cosme Puntiel

    2013-12-01

    Full Text Available Este artículo analiza la narrativa de la Autobiografía de un esclavo, escrita por Juan FranciscoManzano (1797-1853 en 1835. Se pretende mostrar a este autor como un intelectualcubano decimonónico cuya escritura supone una herencia ancestral para los Afrolatinosy la diáspora africana. Para tal fin, se examinan las estrategias literarias empleadas porManzano para escribir su testimonio, se estudia la intertextualidad del género de lapicaresca como base estética literaria, y se examina cómo el narrador se desfigura enla narración para engañar y confundir al lector privilegiado. Adicionalmente, se estudiael lenguaje metafórico manzaniano mediante el escrutinio de temas recurrentes en suautobiografía. Este análisis utiliza como base teórica las ideas de James Olney y Paul deMan, con el fin de dar cuenta de las multiplicidades del “yo” o las voces enmascaradas enel lenguaje metafórico manzaniano.

  18. Small punch creep test: A promising methodology for high temperature plant components life evaluation

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    Tettamanti, S [CISE SpA, Milan (Italy); Crudeli, R [ENEL SpA, Milan (Italy)

    1999-12-31

    CISE and ENEL are involved for years in a miniaturization creep methodology project to obtain similar non-destructive test with the same standard creep test reliability. The goal can be reached with `Small punch creep test` that collect all the requested characteristics; quasi nondestructive disk specimens extracted both on external or internal side of components, than accurately machined and tested on little and cheap apparatus. CISE has developed complete creep small punch procedure that involved peculiar test facility and correlation`s law comparable with the more diffused isostress methodology for residual life evaluation on ex-serviced high temperature plant components. The aim of this work is to obtain a simple and immediately applicable relationship useful for plant maintenance managing. More added work is need to validate the Small Punch methodology and for relationship calibration on most diffusion high temperature structural materials. First obtained results on a comparative work on ASTM A355 P12 ex-serviced pipe material are presented joint with a description of the Small Punch apparatus realized in CISE. (orig.) 6 refs.

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    Andrea Gaddi

    2013-01-01

    One of the most important tasks for LS1 was achieved this autumn when all the electronics racks in the USC55 counting rooms were switched from the standard powering network to the CMS low-voltage UPS. This long-sought move will prevent fastidious power cuts of the CMS electronics in case of short power glitches on the main powering network, as already assured to the detector front-end electronics in UXC55. In the same time, a study to update the dedicated UPS units for some crucial detector sub-systems, as the Magnet Control System (MCS), the Detector Safety System (DSS) and the IT Network Star-points, has been lunched. A new architecture, with fully redundant UPS units, able to assure power supply in case of long network outage (up to a maximum of five hours, in the case of the Magnet) has been recently presented by the EN-EL group and is currently under evaluation. The dry-gas plant recently commissioned in SH5 has passed a first test in order to understand the time needed to switch from dry-air to dry-n...

  20. SPES-2, the full-height, full-pressure, test facility simulating the AP600 plant: Main results from the experimental campaign

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    Medich, C.; Rigamonti, M.; Martinelli, R.; Tarantini, M.; Conway, L.

    1995-01-01

    The SPES-2 is a full height, full pressure experimental test facility reproducing the Westinghouse AP600 reactor with a scaling factor of 1/395. The experimental plant, designed and operated by SIET in Piacenza, consists of a full simulation of the AP600 primary core cooling system including all the passive and active safety systems. In 1992, Westinghouse, in cooperation with ENEL, ENEA, SIET and ANSALDO developed an experimental program to test the integrated behavior of the AP600 passive safety systems. The SPES-2 test matrix, concluded in November 1994, has examined the AP600 passive safety system response for a range of small break LOCAs at different locations on the primary system and on the passive system lines; single steam generator tube ruptures with both passive and active non-safety systems, and a main steam line break transient to demonstrate the capability of passive safety systems for rapid cooldown. Each of the tests has provided detailed experimental results for verification of the capability of the analysis methods to predict the integrated passive safety system behavior