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Parcelling activity of the National Bank for Agriculture in interwar Poland in the years 1924-1929
Mirosaw Kusek
Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development , 2009,
Abstract: Scientific literature related to the problem in focus is exceptionally poor. The only book publication concerns the National Bank for Agriculture in the twenty-year interwar period is book position of Marek Nowak’s authorship [Nowak 1988]. But, on account of its modest range, bank agrarian activity has been treated too generally. In this publication author’s opinion is that this activity needs deeper analysis. Parcelling is an economic process which took part in Poland and lasted from the moment of grant freehold. It ran with special intensification towards the end of XIX century and at the beginning of XX century. In inter-war period, on account of source of parcelled soil, parcellation was divided into private and governmental. Governmental parcellation, which related to public property, included lands by Regional District Councils and territories included by military settlement. However, lands allocated by the National Bank for Agriculture and by individual people made private parcellation. The beginning of the National Bank for Agriculture’s agrarian activity’ was enabled by Poland President’s directive from 1924. One of the main tasks put against NBA was support: parcellation and settlement, agricul-tural regulations by landed estates purchase for parcelling aims and giving long-term credits for land purchase. However, according to status, the National Bank for Agriculture was able to parcel out landed properties, both purchased for private property and entrusted to commission state. Tasks put against parcellation conducted by the National Bank for Ag-riculture were not carried out in a satisfactory way. The Bank’s activity did not contribute to shopping the process of farms fragmentation at serious level and process of agrarian overpopulation’s growth among fewer ownership. Similarly, it also was not an essential source of establishing new farms capable of competing with vast-land ownership.
The records of the District Land Registry in Cracow Zespó akt Okr gowego Urz du Ziemskiego w Krakowie
Mirosaw Kusek
Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development , 2008,
Abstract: The complex records of the District Land Registry in Cracow contain 916 j. a. records and books – 14 mb and 595 j. map. The most important part of the complex are documents from the Faculty of Agricultural Devices concerning aspects connected with conducting agricultural reform. Statistical materials that relate to large secular and church land ownership are next part of the complex records. They are gathered mainly to establish land supply which can be used to allotment. The separate group of records are matters concerning aspects of land turnover. These are land registries’ permissions for part and entirely sale the properties for one buyer. Materials concerning aspects of financing agri-cultural reform on the Ma opolska Voivodeship ought to be searched at the Administra-tive Faculty. A very essential supplement for upper mentioned records is the set of 573 maps and the District Land Registry in Cracow’ plans. The news included in mentioned documents of the District Land Registry in Cracow have an invaluable value, not only for people engaged in polish village issues in the XIX and XX centuary, but they are very es-sential saurce of information for judical and economic purposes. It’s worth remembering of reaching for records of the Provincial Office in Cracow while using with land registry documents, too. There are a lot of materials concerning land registries organization and aspects connected with land allotment and join.
The place of agriculture in credit policy after World War II
Mirosaw Kusek
Journal of Agribusiness and Rural Development , 2009,
Abstract: After World War II the Polish state, which had restricted financial resources was forced to select the most important economic aims, which ought to have been driven out by people in select and taking into consideration credit applications. On this stage of state rebuilding, approval had been voiced, in first order for credits for agriculture production, mining production, industrial production, and craft production. Credits for sowing, harvest, rations, tools purchase, fertilizers, seeds and livestock had been the most important in agriculture. Ministry of Treasury and National Bank of Poland had been driven by planning rules and planning in economic life, central rule of establishing financial and credit politics and central way of establishing distributions ways, supervision and control. Unfortunately state credit politic realisation in relation to agriculture had diverged from its main assumptions. Industry had been favored at the expense of village. The effect of shortage of capital in a village had caused the fall of agricultural production, what, in short time had led to increase of agriculture products’ prices.
Application of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) in the Diagnosing of a Surface Layer
Miros aw Bramowicz , Sylwester K ysz
Research Works of Air Force Institute of Technology , 2007, DOI: 10.2478/v10041-008-0010-6
Abstract: This paper introduces the Atomic Force Microscopy as an advanced engineering method that offers great potential in the modern, high-class quality control of optic, photonic, and semiconductor elements. Furthermore, what has been strongly emphasized is a real need to describe the morphology of a surface layer using the fractal parameter and the correlation length as fundamental parameters that describe self-similarity and self-affinity of surfaces of technical elements. The methodology shown in the paper is supported with some effects of experimental work, including fractal analysis of the topography of the surface of thin Ni-Mn-Ga type Heusler alloy with the Root Mean Square (RMS) method.
Zastosowanie Mikroskopii Si Atomowych (AFM) W Diagnostyce Warstwy Wierzchniej
Miros aw Bramowicz , Sylwester K ysz
Research Works of Air Force Institute of Technology , 2007, DOI: 10.2478/v10041-008-0009-z
Abstract: W niniejszej pracy przedstawiono mikroskopi si atomowych jako zaawansowan metod in yniersk , daj c szerokie mo liwo ci w nowoczesnej kontroli jako ci wysokiej klasy elementów optyki, fotoniki czy pó przewodników. Ponadto silnie zaakcentowano konieczno opisu morfologii warstwy wierzchniej poprzez podanie wymiaru fraktalnego oraz d ugo ci korelacji jako zasadniczych parametrów opisuj cych samopodobieństwo oraz samoafiniczno powierzchni elementów technicznych. Przytaczan metodyk poparto badaniami eksperymentalnymi, w ramach których przeprowadzono analiz fraktaln topografii powierzchni cienkiej folii stopu Heuslera typu Ni-Mn-Ga z zastosowaniem metody RMS (Root Mean Square).
Nanosensitive Silicon Microprobes for Mechanical Detection and Measurements  [PDF]
Jan M ?ysko, Piotr Dumania, Pawe? Janus, Mirosaw Grodner, Helena K?os, Karina Skwara, Piotr Grabiec
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2011.26078
Abstract: Nanosensitive mechanical microprobes with CMOS transistors, inverters, inverters cascades and ring oscillators, integrated on the thin silicon cantilevers are presented. Mechanical stress shifts linear, steep switching fragment of the inverters’ electrical characteristics. Microprobes were fabricated with use of the standard CMOS technology (3.5 μm design rules, one level polysilicon gate and one level of the metal interconnections) and relief MEMS technique. Control of the silicon cantilever thickness was satisfactory in the range above the few micrometers. Several computer simulations were done to analyze and optimize transistors location on the cantilever, in respect to the mechanical stress distribution. Results of the microprobes electromechanical tests confirm high deflection sensitivity 1.2 - 1.8 mV/nm and force sensitivity 2.0 - 2.4 mV/nN, both in nano ranges. Microprobes, with the ring oscillators revealed sensitivities 5 - 8 Hz/nm. These microprobes seem to be appropriate for applications in precise chemical and biochemical sensing.
Laboratory assessment of permeability of a groundwater protective barrier
Miros aw J. Lipiński , Eugeniusz Koda , Ma gorzata K. Wdowska
Annals of Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW. Land Reclamation , 2007, DOI: 10.2478/v10060-008-0024-3
Abstract: The paper presents results of laboratory assessment of permeability of cement-bentonite self hardening mixtures which have recently been the most often used for construction of cut-off walls mitigating hazard of sanitary landfills. Laboratory tests were carried out on reconstituted and natural (undisturbed) material of the barrier. Due to the fact that actual permeability characteristics of reconstituted material are time and density dependent, changes of permeability are described against those variables. Comparison of these data with test results obtained for undisturbed material help to understand the process of changing properties of the barrier in the environment.
The EPC II Theory. Accounting in Enterprise Business Process Control Systems
Miros aw Zaborowski
Management and Production Engineering Review , 2012, DOI: 10.2478/v10270-012-0008-y
Abstract: The 1 to 1 relationships of charts of accounts, accounting journals and tables of accounting records with corresponding tables of accounts, business transactions and transactional records in the framework EPC II system have been presented in the paper. These tables are the main information kinds, that is tables in which one can write down all information needed for management and business process control in any enterprise, or they are composed of them. In this way it has been shown that the Theory of Enterprise Process Control is compatible with generally accepted accounting principles. This analysis is an example of demonstrating conformity of the EPC II theory with real management and process control systems. The main information kinds with their key attributes were taken from the complete list of them, which is included in the paper. What is more, the tight relationships between resource flow in business processes and turnover on the accounts of the framework EPC II system have been discussed. Owing to these relationships one can determine the impact of any decision variable on the accounting records in a given enterprise.
Examination of the Effect of a Sound Source Location on the Steady-State Response of a Two-Room Coupled System
Miros aw Meissner
Archives of Acoustics , 2011, DOI: 10.2478/v10168-011-0051-7
Abstract: In this paper, the computer modelling application based on the modal expansion method is developed to study the influence of a sound source location on a steady-state response of coupled rooms. In the research, an eigenvalue problem is solved numerically for a room system consisting of two rectangular spaces connected to one another. A numerical procedure enables the computation of shape and frequency of eigenmodes, and allows one to predict the potential and kinetic energy densities in a steady-state. In the first stage, a frequency room response for several source positions is investigated, demonstrating large deformations of this response for strong and weak modal excitations. Next, a particular attention is given to studying how the changes in a source position influence the room response when a source frequency is tuned to a resonant frequency of a strongly localized mode.
Effect of Cross-Sectional Area Discontinuities in Closed Hard-Walled Ducts on Frequency of Longitudinal Modes
Miros aw Meissner
Archives of Acoustics , 2010, DOI: 10.2478/v10168-010-0034-0
Abstract: A simple analytical method is developed to estimate frequencies of longitudinal modes in closed hard-walled ducts with discontinuities in a cross-sectional area. The approach adopted is based on a general expression for the acoustic impedance for a plane wave motion in a duct and conditions of impedance continuity at duct discontinuities. Formulae for mode frequencies in a form of transcendental equations were found for one, two and three discontinuities in a duct cross-section. An accuracy of the method was checked by a comparison of analytic predictions with calculation data obtained by use of numerical implementation based on the forced oscillator method with a finite difference algorithm.
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