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Analysis of the effects of storage conditions on the preservation of soybean quality and the prevention of the self-heating process and the occurrence of fires
Milanko Verica J.,Gavanski Du?an G.,Laban Mirjana ?.
Hemijska Industrija , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/hemind110808111m
Abstract: After harvest, oilseed raw materials must be stored for a longer or shorter period of time before further processing. The task of storage is the safekeeping of the stored material with a minimal loss in quality. In order to preserve wet grain until processing, it is necessary to provide proper storage conditions. For this purpose, storage in the atmosphere of inert gases as well as storage in hermetically closed storages is applied. Such method is uncommon for oil cultures in domestic practice. Experimental research, analyzed in this paper, with emphasis on the effects of storage conditions on the preservation of soybean grain quality and the prevention of possibilities of the occurrence of the self-heating and self-ignition process, confirms the advantages of application of such method of storage for soybean grain. Soybean with the moisture content of 10.99% and 16.96% is stored in steel semi-industrial silo cells with carbon-dioxide atmosphere, and in hermetically sealed cell. The changes in temperature in the silo cells, changes in moisture content and discoloration of the soybean grains, as well as the amount of oil and protein in the grain were monitored during the experiment. The quality of the oil in grain was determined through the content of free fatty acids. The results of the research showed that, during longer period of time (216 days), the quality of the soybean grain in the sample with higher moisture content (16,96%) was preserved when storage was performed in carbon dioxide atmosphere. The storage of wet grain in a hermetically closed cell, in relation to the grain kept in carbon dioxide atmosphere, did not record significant differences in the examined indicators. Since the storage under controlled conditions did not result in the development of processes that would lead to the spontaneous heating of the soybean mass, the recommendation is to introduce such storage method for oilseed raw materials into domestic practice, with the additional aim of increasing the degree of protection against fire and explosions.
Reliability and sustainability analysis of large panel residential buildings in Sofia, Skopje and Novi Sad
Foli? Radomir,Laban Mirjana,Milanko Verica
Facta Universitatis Series : Architecture and Civil Engineering , 2011, DOI: 10.2298/fuace1101161f
Abstract: Large panel residential buildings, dating from second half of 20 Century, are to be found in almost every urban settlement across Europe. Within the context of three case studies of urban blocks in Bulgaria (Mladost - Sofia), Macedonia (Karpos III - Skopje) and Serbia (Detelinara - Novi Sad), comparative analysis and evaluation of technical and structural characteristics according to reliability (seismic resistance and fire safety) and sustainability (energy efficiency, internal air quality, accessibility) criteria has been conducted. Additionally, previous experiences from individual renewal projects are reviewed. Previous experiences and comparative analysis results, could contribute to formulation of wider applicable solutions and development of new urban renewal strategies.
National Sovereignity and the Principle of Primacy in EU Law and Their Importance for the Member States  [PDF]
Verica Trstenjak
Beijing Law Review (BLR) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/blr.2013.42009
Abstract: The principle of primacy of the EU law has been in force for almost 50 years and belongs to the fundamental principles of EU law. It signifies that in case of a conflict between EU law and the law of the Member States, the EU law prevails. Its fundamental goal is to assure a unified and effective application of EU law in all Member States. The principle of primacy has been established by the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union. This article discusses the principle of primacy, as developed by the Court of Justice of the European Union, and focuses on its importance for the Member States. The legal theory divides Member States into three groups with regard to what their position on the primacy of EU law in relation to the national constitution is: Member States that acknowledge full primacy, Member States that acknowledge limited primacy of EU law in relation to the national constitution, and Member States that principally assume primacy of the national constitution over EU law. Within the context of the European hierarchy, the constitutional courts of the Member States are left with the central role and power of review of constitutionality, but it remains to be seen whether in future more constitutional courts will enter a dialogue with the Court of Justice of the European Union in the form of a preliminary ruling procedure.
Nietzsche's model of interpretation of philosophical tradition
Govedarica Milanko
Theoria, Beograd , 2008, DOI: 10.2298/theo0803055g
Abstract: This paper deals with Nietzsche's attitude toward understanding of philosophical past. The author characterizes his model as perspectivistical and aesthetical. In this context, author also estimates Nietzsche's understanding of nature of philosophy and characterizes it as unsatisfactory.
Erotic freedom in the philosophy of Georges Bataille
Govedarica Milanko
Theoria, Beograd , 2009, DOI: 10.2298/theo0902081g
Abstract: In this paper the author deals with one of the main questions in the complex work of Georges Bataille. The sense and possibility of erotic freedom are reconsidered in immanent framework and with respect to broader philosophical understanding. Through immanent analysis it is shown that Bataille's erotism implies striving for unification and continuity as well as sovereignty transgression of limits, consumption and violence. Contrary to him, the author exposes some relevant ideas of P. Bruckner, A. Finkielkraut, E. Fink and H. Marcuse. By means of this confrontation it is shown that question about possibility of erotic freedom is hermeneutical open, because of the balance between arguments pro et contra.
Consciousness and personal identity
Govedarica Milanko
Theoria, Beograd , 2002, DOI: 10.2298/theo0204057g
Abstract: In this study has been supported non-reductive physicalism in philosophy of personal identity. In the course of discussion has been shown that non-reductive physicalism implies the idea of autonomy of consciousness. The author explains that personal identity is closely connected to physical identity of person, but without possibility of strict reduction. In that context personal identity is defined as unique and non-reductive form, which is based on autonomy of consciousness and autobiographical narration.
Realism and anti-realism in the philosophy of psychiatry
Govedarica Milanko
Theoria, Beograd , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/theo1202013g
Abstract: This paper invalidates the anti-realist point of view on the existence of mental illness by reviewing the anti-psychiatry challenge to official psychiatry. We present the anti-realist ideas of Thomas Szasz as the most radical anti-psychiatric author followed by the more moderate thoughts of Cooper and Laing. We then present the criticism of all these authors, most notably by the Canadian philosopher of psychiatry L. Reznek. We argue that some forms of schizophrenic experience can be non-pathological and emancipatory, but that this does not negate the existence of schizophrenia as a mental illness. After the invalidation of the anti-psychiatric point of view that insanity is just a political construct, mental illness is defined as not only a biomedical, but also a semiotic reality. Finally, we differentiate the object-level and the meta-level of the problem of anti-realism in psychiatry and conclude that anti-realism is only acceptable on the former level, as a characterization of the lack of reality testing by psychiatric patients.
Stress and psychological trauma in workplace and the right to compensation for non-material damage
?abarkapa Milanko
Temida , 2012, DOI: 10.2298/tem1201131c
Abstract: Many countries today are making efforts through legal measures, security enhancements and health protection to improve living and working conditions and to neutralise especially growing risks of mental health impairment in the workplace. In this paper, we are focused on the problem of traumatic stress in the working environment, giving special attention to the legislation and problems of compensation of non-material damage in court. Based on practical experience and analysis of legal provisions in our country, the questions whether the traumatic stress reaction, which occurred at work can be treated as an injury in the workplace and whether the effects of chronic stress and psychological trauma in the workplace, can fit into the concept of “work-related illnesses“ are raised. According to recent findings about traumatic stress, there is a reasonable basis for the belief that extreme stress and psychological trauma in the workplace could be considered as non-material damage, which should be compensated in accordance with the basic regulations of the Law of Compensation.
Clinical effect of ibuprofen as an adjunct to non-surgical periodontal disease treatment
?uri? Milanko ?.
Zbornik Matice Srpske za Prirodne Nauke , 2002, DOI: 10.2298/zmspn0201077d
Abstract: Twenty five patients with progresive periodontal disease entered this study in order to examine clinical effects of a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug - ibuprofen, used as an adjunct to non-surgical periodontal treatment. After scaling and root planning, patients were randomly assigned to either receive orally 200 mg of ibuprofen per day for one month (group A), or not receive the drug (group B). The obtained results show that the mechanical periodontal treatment brought to resolution the gingival inflammation with both group of patients. Although the mean values of the used indices were lower in group A than in group B, those differences were neither statistically nor clinically significant. We may conclude that systemic ibuprofen had no significant effect on plaque, gingival or bleeding index scores.
Genetic recombination and the origin of mitochondrion
Stupar Milanko
Archive of Oncology , 2003, DOI: 10.2298/aoo0301035s
Abstract: Division of ancestral prokaryotic genome into two circular double-stranded DNA molecules is a basis for future separate evolution of nuclear and mitochondrion compartments. Universal double sheet of lipid molecules by invagination, at the level of membrane-hairpin attachment, formed two-layered envelope completely surrounding those two DNAs. Presumed ancestral prokaryote in this case is an Archaebacteria, which would lead to formation of six main groups of organisms: Archaebacteria (Archaea) eubacteria, Protista, Fungi, Plantae and Animalia.
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