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作者:Piotr Czech , Adam Paluszak ...
来源:[J].Neuroscience Letters(IF 2.026), 2013, Vol.536, pp.6-9Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)To investigate the acute effects of whole-body cryotherapy (WBC) on postural control, we measured postural sway (COP) in a quiet stance with eyes open in four consecutive 20-second tests: before and 1, 6 and 11 min after the WBC. Twenty-four healthy young subjec...
作者:... Massimo De Nardi , Bożena Ostrowska , Piotr Czech
来源:[J].The Aging Male(IF 1.711), 2015, Vol.18 (3), pp.135-142Taylor & Francis
摘要:Abstract(#br)Cryotherapy is the application of a stimulus of a cryotherapeutic temperature below −100 °C in a period of 1–3 min in order to stimulate and use physiological reactions of human body to cold. It can be applied to specific body parts or to a whole body. Whol...
作者:Piotr CZECH
来源:[J].Transport Problems : an International Scientific Journal, 2010, Vol.5 (3), pp.5DOAJ
摘要:In the article the initial results of research were presented which were conducted in order to define the speed of movement of pedestrians in road traffic. School-age children were chosen as the research material. The tests were conducted for movements of a different speed: slow ...
作者:Piotr CZECH , Krystian WILK , Rafał ŁUKASIK
来源:[J].Transport Problems : an International Scientific Journal, 2010, Vol.5 (1), pp.105DOAJ
摘要:In the article the results of the attempts of MLP neural network application to define the size of a communication damage being the result of a road collision were presented. The size of the damage was used as a research parameter defined by the coefficient dependent on the cost ...
作者:Piotr CZECH , Jacek BARCIK
来源:[J].Transport Problems : an International Scientific Journal, 2009, Vol.4 (2), pp.52DOAJ
摘要:In the article the newest legal regulations in force concerning the driver’s working time were presented. A comparison was conducted of the directives in force in intra-community and international transport. A special attention was turned to underline the differences and sim...
作者:Piotr CZECH , Krystian WILK , Rafał ŁUKASIK
来源:[J].Transport Problems : an International Scientific Journal, 2009, Vol.4 (1), pp.111DOAJ
摘要:In the article the result of the attempt to use the MLP neural network to define the state of the motor-car body deformation as a result of road collision is presented. As the research parameter the size of damage of the car of the aggrieved party was assumed, defined by the work...
作者:Piotr CZECH , Henryk BĄKOWSKI
来源:[J].Transport Problems, 2013, Vol.8 (3), pp.85-91DOAJ
摘要:In many research centers all over the world nowadays works are being carried out aimed at compiling method for diagnosis machines technical condition. Special meaning have non-invasive methods including methods using vibroacoustic phenomena. In this article is proposed using DWT ...
作者:Henryk BĄKOWSKI , Piotr CZECH
来源:[J].Transport Problems, 2014, Vol.9 (2), pp.119-127DOAJ
摘要:In this article presented the results of fatigue strength test aluminium alloys using in car industry. Demonstrated distributions and values of stresses the wheel tyre made of aluminium alloys by means of FEM. In fatigue test used special machine, which can allow to determine Woh...
作者:Piotr CZECH , Jacek BARCIK
来源:[J].Transport Problems : an International Scientific Journal, 2007, Vol.2 (1), pp.45DOAJ
摘要:The work presents legal problems of secondhand car excise duty imposedin Poland. Additionally, the current results of statistical investigations referring to the number of cars imported from abroad were presented in this article.
作者:Piotr CZECH
来源:[J].Transport Problems : an International Scientific Journal, 2007, Vol.2 (4), pp.99DOAJ
摘要:This paper presents the results of an experimental application of artificial neural network as a classifier of the degree of cracking of a tooth root in a gear wheel. The neural classifier was based on the artificial neural network of Probabilistic Neural Network type (PNN). The ...

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