It is obviously that is necessary to understand that in the future the social development and thus the amount of spending will have to ensure a better quality for life, which depends on our own develpoment excellence. To achieve those goals the current centralised administrative power and the State organization need to be changed in to the invention and innovation organization and also its subsystems. The dynamics and complexity of developed activities dictate a new way of the organisation of the develop potentials in the shape of public and private partnerships in cooperation with civil society. The current State organization and local government and preneurship, by each other separated systems, we are rapidly changing in to routine (in many areas, even in the routine) society. To achive the development of the quality in Slovenia, there need to be established the DEVELOPMENT and not the ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITY of the regions. The basic task of those regions is to achieve the development excellence, which are shown in the opening of new workplaces, which allow decent existence of all three generations, having regard to the principals of a balanced (sustainable) development.
F.26 Improvements to existing organisational structure and managerial solutionsCOBISS.SI-ID: 39061549
Scope of the contribution is to present possibilities of the development sustainable production chains on a biochar basis. In short presentation of the properties and effects of biochar in its use some benefits are highlighted. Idea of bio-refinery directs us to use biomass stepwise beginning from material exploitation to energy use at the end of the production chain. Both represented technologies of pyrolysis and gasification enable to apply mentioned stepwise material and energy utilization at the same time. For the economic success of mentioned technologies is very important multifuel input and multiproduct output. With such an approach some risk can be diminished and range of input biomass is importantly widened. Both technologies can be declared as key technologies for enabling regions to start development of low carbon economy on local/regional level.
F.10 Improvements to an existing technological process or technologyCOBISS.SI-ID: 25232440
Preliminary study with extraction by electroporation of non-polar molecules from green alga Chlorella vulgaris showed very promising results. For successful extraction by electroporation from above mentioned alga takes at least 3.8 kJ of energy input/L dense algae, the best extraction is carried out around 7.2 kJ of energy input/L dense algae (at the amplitude of the electric field from 0,5 to 2,7 kV/cm). A sufficient quantity of algal biomass (dense algal suspension has ) 107 cells/L in our experimental conditions). Indeed, when more cells are present in the suspension, the less likely the pulse will avoid cells due to the conductivity of the medium, resulting in better extraction by electroporation. It is also important to have optimal conductivity of the medium (1 to 1.3 mS/cm in our experimental conditions). Studied extraction by electroporation parameters for chosen alga (voltage, pulse length and different number of pulses delivered to biomass) and algal growth regeneration after different electroporation settings are presented.
F.02 Acquisition of new scientific knowledgeCOBISS.SI-ID: 3575887
Polyacryl-nanoclay composites are new class of materials obtained by dispersing montmorillonite clay nanoplatelets (nanoclay) into the polymer matrix. In present work we investigate and confirmed that montmorillonite nanoclay significantly enhances barrier properties of acrylic composite. Two stage of dispersion process was used to prepare polyacry-nanoclay composites. Different percentages of montmorillonite clay nanolayers were added to polyacryl dispersion and applied on steel panel with 0% (w/w), 1% (w/w), 2% (w/w) and 4% (w/w) of nanoclay as composites. Performance of nanoclay intercalation in polyacryl composite was measured by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and the structure characteristics of samples were analyzed with transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The effectiveness of prepared nanocomposites was identified by the hardness measurements and mechanical properties. Further anticorrosion characteristics, especially barrier properties were indirectly detected by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). This method was also used for the determination of montmorilonite nanoclay optimal concentration in acrylic composite where optimal barrier properties were achieved.
D.09 Tutoring for postgraduate studentsCOBISS.SI-ID: 279155968
The present project (DIIP) follows on the basis of the actual needs for quality food both in the domestic as well as international level. In the light of the anticipated effects will be state of the art (ABC, PBC reactors, HTC) and using biochar primary food production to increase up to 40% (crops) in the same area and at this spend up to 30% less food produced by the same increment in the meat industry.
F.17 Transfer of existing technologies, know-how, methods and procedures into practiceCOBISS.SI-ID: 25123896