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Andrada TRU C
Lex et Scientia , 2010,
Abstract: The European legislation realized in 2004 one of the historical challenges of EU environmental legislation. The Community law has had long before the intention to regulate the legal regime of environmental damage, facing though many obstacles: the technical complexity of this task, the opposition of states and sectors affected by the system, including ideological factors and the supremacy of the precautionary principle in the area of environmental law. The regime proposed considers that the environmental liability is based on the “polluter pays” principle, but also on principles 13 and 16 of the Rio Declaration (1992) on Environment and Development which established, on one hand that subjects who pollute, should in principle bear the cost of pollution, and on the other hand, imposed an obligation on states, to develop the national law regarding liability for environmental damage and compensation for victims of pollution and environmental degradation. The Directive is the result of 15 years of attempts to change and adapt the liability regime to the specificity of environmental damage and to exploit developments in this context, especially in the prevention and remedying area; it is an attempt of “green revolution” of the tort liability system. By this normative act, the European Community has known for the first time in its history, a regulation dealing, in a horizontal and systemic manner, the problem of preventing and remedying the environmental damage. The Directive succeeds to establish reference points for the harmonization of the national legislation on measures for preventing and remedying environmental damage at EU level, ensuring a minimum level of legal and administrative rules, on the matter.
Andrada TRUC
Revista Transilvan? de ?tiin?e Administrative , 2009,
Abstract: The purpose of this work is to show the importance of action for the infringement procedure by the Member States of their obligations under Community law to timely and correct application of Community law, presenting the situation of Romania in general, in the cases of infringement, and in particular the environment, given that, as of January 1, 2007, our country is member of European Union with full rights and obligations. To this end, we paid particular attention to non- adversarial proceedings, preliminary in resolving a high percentage of cases of infringement and, again in its place and defining the subject of future action brought before the Court of Justice, highlighting certain situations in the field of environment.
Revista Transilvan? de ?tiin?e Administrative , 2009,
Abstract: The right to a healthy environment is an indirectly guaranteed right by the European Convention of Human Rights, being considered by some authors as part of the third generation human rights, called solidarity rights, alongside with the right to peace, the right to development etc, but which are not granted by express dedication in the Convention. Given the importance of this right, the European Court of Human Rights has used the indirect protection” technique which allows the extension of the protection of some guaranteed rights by the Convention, to other rights which are not covered by it. Thus, through an extensive interpretation of the domain of application of some rights expressly stipulated by the Convention, the right to a healthy environment was assimilated to the right to privacy, being considered a component of this right. In this way the environmental right is indirectly protected. In this paper we analyze the evolution of this right, both in terms of its establishment in the national and international legal instruments, as well as in the case-law developed by the European Court of Human Rights.
C. Tru,Ana-Maria Tru,C.Ple?a
Jurnalul de Chirurgie , 2010,
Abstract: Aims of this paper is to clarify the role antibioprofilaxy flash with third-generation cephalosporin - ceftazidime, in preventing the rejection response to heavyweight mesh, respectively lightweight mesh, contaminated accidentally during proceedings. A practical aim is to answer the question: which prosthesis is more resistant and better tolerated in terms of risk of infectious complications? Fear of infection (on account of which are also made many of the so-called “rejection response”), led surgeons to refrain from the use of bio-materials for the cure of groin hernia, long time. Currently there is a tendency to overuse the mesh in the surgical treatment of various defects parietal, contrary to initial reluctance, which is based on understanding the biomechanical role of the prosthesis and its interaction with tissues. But accidental infections with commensally germs have not dropped, despite obvious progress on asepsia and antisepsia, namely ease of obtaining with modern substances and technology. Choosing a particular type of mesh is based on various considerations, in which the cost is important, but certainly among the criteria should also be included the mesh resistance to infections with opportunistic commensally bacteria.
Contributions to the knowledge of the Romanian from the western Dacian Basin: The molluscs’ fauna from R carii de Jos (Dolj County)
Tudor C. R. P?tru?oiu,,Ion P?tru?oiu
Animal Biology & Animal Husbandry , 2010,
Abstract: In the western Dacian Basin, the Romanian age starts with a fauna comprised of carvedunionidae and robust viviparidae, which appear in numerous crops in Mehedin i, Dolj and GorjCounties. The lamellibranchiate species from R carii de Jos are replenishing the Romanianpalaeontology inventory and are offering new data about the evolution of the retreating Pliocene lake tothe east due to the Vlach orogenesis that carried forward with the ascend of the Carpathian Mountains.
The role of laboratory managerial personnel in improvement of the management system
S. Tru
Archives of Foundry Engineering , 2010,
Abstract: Examples of tasks, authorities and responsibilities of the laboratory managerial personnel, consistent with provisions of PN-EN ISO/IEC17025:2005, were given. The methods as well as basic areas for improvement of the management system efficiency in conformity withthis standard were indicated. Actions recommended for improvements introduced to individual fields of activity were outlined.
Conductance of three-dimensional cross junctions in the quantum ballistic regime
Dacal, Luis C. O.;Silva, Erasmo A. de Andrada e;
Brazilian Journal of Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-97332006000300036
Abstract: the influence of dimensionality on the conductance of semiconductor cross junctions is investigated in the effective mass approximation and quantum ballistic regime. our calculations exhibit some similar features for both two- and three-dimensional models, namely the conductance peaks before the fundamental eigenenergy of the quantum wire that represents the sidearms and the zero conductance dip. despite this, we show that, in general, the conductance and the electronic wave function are strongly affected when the third spatial dimension is taken into account. in other words, we prove that two-dimensional models are not suitable for representing this kind of system.
Effects of effective mass discontinuity on the conductance of three-dimensional quantum wires
Dacal, Luis C. O.;Silva, Erasmo A. de Andrada e;
Brazilian Journal of Physics , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-97332006000600030
Abstract: we calculate the conductance of three-dimensional semiconductor quantum wires considering different effective masses in the contacts and in the channel. we show that, with respect to the case with equal masses in the channel and in the contacts, the amplitude of the conductance oscillations increases if the electron effective mass in the channel is larger and decreases if it is smaller than in the contacts. effects on the density of probability are also shown. these effects of the effective mass discontinuity are explained in terms of kinetic confinement and transmission coefficient modulation.
Spin-dependent resonant tunneling in semiconductor nanostructures
Silva, Erasmo A. de Andrada e;La Rocca, Giuseppe C.;
Brazilian Journal of Physics , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-97331999000400020
Abstract: the spin-dependent quantum transport of electrons in non magnetic iii-v semiconductor nanos-tructures is studied theoretically within the envelope function approximation and the kane model for the bulk. it is shown that an unpolarized beam of conducting electrons can be strongly polarized in zero magnetic field by resonant tunneling across asymmetric double-barrier structures, as an effect of the spin-orbit interaction. the electron transmission probability is calculated as a function of energy and angle of incidence. specific results for tunneling across lattice matched politype ga0.47in0.53as / inp/ga0.47in0.53as / gaas0.5sb0.5 / ga0.47in0.53 as double barrier heterostructures show sharp spin split resonances, corresponding to resonant tunneling through spin-orbit split quasi-bound electron states. the polarization of the transmitted beam is also calculated and is shown to be over 50%.
Postoperative Complications Following Gingival Grafts: A Prospective Cohort Study
Alexandra ROMAN,Andrada SOANCA,Radu C?MPIAN,Cosmin CIOBAN
Applied Medical Informatics , 2011,
Abstract: Aim: Treating gingival recessions (GRs) is a challenge for the practitioner who must take into consideration objective clinical factors, subjective symptoms and also factors related to the patient’s expectations. The aim of this study was to evaluate the postoperative complications associated with connective tissue graft (CTG) plus coronally advanced flap (CAF) and free gingival graft (FGG) used to cover GRs and to compare post-operative morbidities for the two groups of procedures. Material and Methods: A total of 17 patients diagnosed with Miller class 1 to 3 GRs ≥2mm were surgically treated using CTG plus CAF or FGG. When minimum 2 mm of keratinized gingiva was present apically to GR, CTG plus CAF was used. FGG was chosen to cover GRs when keratinized gingiva was absent. Post-operative complications were evaluated with a questionnaire with six questions given to the patients at 14 days follow-up visit. The study used a 1 to 10 visual analogic scale (VAS) and the levels of outcomes were classified as “none to minimum” “moderate” and “very important/severe”. Results: A total of 21 procedures, 10 CTG plus CAG and 11 FGG were included in the analysis. No palatal bleeding and no severe pain or swelling were recorded. The patients experienced more pain in the grafted area than in the donor area, for both surgical techniques, with a mean value of 3.09 (1.3 standard deviation sd) versus 2.27 (1.4 sd) for CTG plus CAF group and of 3.7 (2.21 sd) versus 2.9 (1.7 sd) for FGG group, respectively. CTG plus CAF generated significantly higher scores of tumefaction than FGG, the mean values being 2.45 (0.93 sd) and 4 (2.21 sd) (t-value=2.12, p<0.05) respectively. Conclusion: The complications associated with the two periodontal surgical approaches seem manageable and clinically acceptable.
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