Arthra Repository

ARTHRA Digital Repository is the institutional repository of „Dunarea de Jos“ University of Galati and makes the university scientific output freely available.

ARTHRA ensures preservation and management of documents and provides access to: articles of the academic community published in the annals of the university, doctoral theses and abstracts submitted in the university, conference and workshop papers, educational materials (tutorials, library guides), references, papers of library staff. The information retrieval in ARTHRA returns the results of the full content of all documents. The digital documents submitted in ARTHRA are also indexed in Google Scholar. For the time being, ARTHRA is included in OpenDOAR and Duraspace

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  • Florea, Ortansa; Luca, Marcel; Matei, Vasile (UDJG, 2010)
    Lubricants facilitate the effective operation of mechanical equipment, reducing friction and wear, but, in the same time, they are a large and diffuse pollution source, both on soil and in water. Eliminating or reducing ...
  • Trandafir, Marius; Diaconescu, Emanuel (UDJG, 2010)
    Circular plates enter into the category of finite dimension bodies. Solutions regarding the displacements and stresses, which appear at the contact involving finite dimension bodies and also numerical and analytical results ...
  • Teletin, Claudiu; Spânu, Constantin; Crudu, Ion (UDJG, 2010)
    In the last years the continuous casting of the steel has a tremendous development. In the same time, the casting steel quality requirements become higher. The hydrogen as environment of the casting diminishes the steel ...
  • Stelian, Alaci; Diaconescu, Emanuel; Ciornei, Florina; Irimescu, Luminița; Cerlincă, Delia; Rusu, Ovidiu (UDJG, 2010)
    The paper presents a virtual device designed for studying tri-dimensional impact. The main goal of the work is to present a solution for finding the coefficient of restitution for the tri-dimensional case of a sphere ...
  • Radovanovic, Miroslav (UDJG, 2010)
    The laser cutting is a cost effective technology. This process is based on melting and evaporating material in very small, a well-defined area and a blownout of the cut by the assist gas. Laser cutting processes make heat ...

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