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Aluminum alloy foams are a form of porous metal whose structure resembles the shape of natural materials such as coral, bone, sponge, etc. Due to their structure, these materials retain good mechanical properties of the base material while being significantly lighter than non-porous metal. Metal foams can be used as energy and vibration absorbers, ...

By Karla Grgić, Igor Ćulum, Branimir Lela, Jure Krolo, Sonja Jozić

The paper presents one aspect of the analysis of energy consumption and productivity of the manufacturing operation. As an example of the operation, the operation of turning with a single-blade tool was taken. Sustainable development in its general concept implies sustainable materials, sustainable design, and sustainable manufacturing. This paper ...

By Edin Begovic, Ibrahim Plancic, Sabahudin Ekinovic, Vedran Mizdrak

This paper presents the results of an experimental investigation into the effect of nano-silica addition on the mechanical properties and durability of concrete. Three mixes of concrete containing 0%, 2%, and 4% nano-silica by weight of cement were tested. The slump of fresh concrete as well as compressive strength, dynamic modulus of elasticity at...

By Adnan Mujkanovic, Anesa Bitić, Marina Jovanović, Nevzet Merdić, Amel Zahirović, Amna Karić

Fly ash class F from Thermal Power Plant “Stanari” was used in combination with highly plastic brick clay from Busovača to develop building bricks. The brick clay and fly ash were characterized for chemical and mineralogical composition, grain size distribution, and specific gravity. The fly ash has a higher proportion of larger particl...

By Marina Jovanović, Adnan Mujkanović, Nadira Bušatlić, Elma Selimović

Austenitic stainless steel is mostly used at high temperatures. It is known that during heating of the austenitic stainless steel with increasing temperature and time of annealing a microstructure is changed i.e. there is the precipitation of carbides followed by precipitation of secondary phases as a sigma phase. The presence of the delta ferrite ...

By Amna Hodžić, Dejana Kasapović, Almaida Gigović-Gekić, Farzet Bikić, Raza Sunulahpašić, Hasan Avdušinović

Due to the fast process of urbanization and the increase in the development of transport infrastructure, there is an increase in noise levels caused by road and railway traffic in urban areas, which represents one of the most important today's problems. The goal of this paper is to find out the current noise levels of road and railway traffic. Meas...

By Nusret Imamović, Zijad Selimović, Haris Puščul, Emina Kadušić

Due to the very complex composition of leachate wastewater, combining two or more physical, chemical, or biological processes, carried out simultaneously or sequentially, is highly needed in order to obtain effluent suitable for further discharge into sewage. In this paper, electrocoagulation coupled with synthetic zeolite (EC-NaX), electrocoagulat...

By Nediljka Vukojević Medvidović, Ladislav Vrsalović, Sandra Svilović, Mirjana Cestarić

Water hardness and deposition of incrustation is a problem in households and industry. In this regard, several technologies have been developed with the purpose of water softening and preventing the deposition of incrustation. The ion exchange method is the most commonly used method and is considered a conventional method. However, due to the short...

By Vedran Stuhli, Armin Buljubašić, Abdel Đozić, Mirnesa Zohorović, Amra Odobašić

Sulphur in steel is an undesirable element because it lowers all technological and uses values of steel products. During the steelmaking process, the desulphurization process depends on the thermodynamic conditions, the used desulphurizes, and the stability of the formed sulphides. The desulphurization technology in the production of low-carbon ste...

By Raza Sunulahpašić, Aida Imamović, Hasan Avdušinović

Steel X8CrNiS18-9 (standard EN 10088-3: 2005) is the most commonly used from the group of austenitic stainless steel in terms of machinability. The content of sulphur present in the steel from 0,15 to 0,35% has the exclusive task to improve the machinability. However, while sulphur improves machinability it simultaneously reduces the resistance of ...

By Derviš Mujagić, Aida Imamović, Mustafa Hadžalić