• P. Vargas, J. Rojas, J. Valverde, R. Suárez, L. Ares
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 67

    Abstract
    Background: Induction is the knowledge that the person entering should acquire regarding the history of the organization, its structure, marketing and commercial scheme; company [...]

  • A. Duarte
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 66

    Abstract
    Background: Patient safety, is trying to avoid injury to or patients assisted by healthcare personnel, is an essential component in quality of care. In recent times, patient [...]

  • E. Morales-Peralta, A. Cuervo, L. Hernández, M. Fornaris, H. Balbuena
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 65

    Abstract
    Background: The national program for diagnosis, management and prevention of genetic diseases is being conducted in our country with the main goal of a community-based scope, [...]

  • I. Galeano
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 64

    Abstract
    Background: The relationship between healthcare personnel and those accompanying patients can give rise to cases of aggressiveness in relation to an accumulation of misunderstandings, [...]

  • C. Diaz, D. Massó, E. González, I. Pérez, L.
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 63

    Abstract
    Background: Mouth opening amplitude allows the evaluation of joint and muscle function, constituting a valuable tool to diagnose alterations in the stomatognathic system.Aim: [...]

  • O. Cabrera
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 62

    Abstract
    Background: Nursing leadership is a process that promotes the improvement of health and living conditions of the population.Aim: To analyze the leadership styles of the head [...]

  • E. Morales-Peralta, M. Fornaris, R. Ferrer
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 61

    Abstract
    Background: The current challenges of Clinical Genetics include the integration into medical practice of the fundamental tools that constitute the diagnostic process, with [...]

  • L. Izquierdo, A. Wainshtok, L. Rodríguez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 60

    Abstract
    Background: Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory and demyelinating disease of the central nervous system that mainly affects young adults. The clinical course of MS [...]

  • L. Izquierdo, L. Rodríguez, A. Wainshtok
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 59

    Abstract
    Background: Kinesiology is a system that attempts to evaluate numerous aspects of structural, chemical and mental health through manual muscle testing combined with other [...]

  • L. Izquierdo, A. Wainshtok, L. Rodríguez, I. Mesa
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 58

    Abstract
    Background: With the permanent goal of improving the doctor-patient relationship and favoring the latter to assume a proactive position in the pursuit of their health, the [...]

  • L. Oporto
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 57

    Abstract
    Background: The risk of falls in hospitalized adult patients is a very important topic to develop and investigate since a fall can produce irreparable harm. Every hospitalized [...]

  • K. Pachi
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 56

    Abstract
    Background: The on-call process is considered an essential component for continuity of care, since it allows optimizing resources, prioritizing activities and guaranteeing [...]

  • R. Acosta
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 55

    Abstract
    Background: Risks related to posture, strain, fatigue and stress are capable of affecting the health of healthy people or worsen pre-existing injuries.Aim: to describe the [...]

  • S. Schmidt
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 54

    Abstract
    Background: Records are the main source of information regarding the patient's situation, and should contain complete and accurate information, as they allow retrospective [...]

  • L. Alvarez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 53

    Abstract
    Background: evidence-based clinical practice places nurses within a professional discipline that provides the foundation for interventions to be original, innovative and individualized.Aim: [...]

  • J. Auza-Santiváñez, A. Quispe-Cornejo, J. Dorado, B. Pérez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 52

    Abstract
    Background: child abuse is a serious social problem, of universal character that has historical, cultural and psychological roots where the fundamental rights of boys or girls [...]

  • O. Chávez, L. , R. Oliva, L. Muñoz, B. González, K. Ferreras
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 51

    Abstract
    Background: child abuse is a serious social problem, of universal character that has historical, cultural and psychological roots where the fundamental rights of boys or girls [...]

  • L. Lopez, C. Lepez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 50

    Abstract
    The aim of interculturality is to build a more democratic society through the conceptualization, description and evaluation of patterns of appropriation and reconstruction [...]

  • M. Orsetti, Y. Bertolini, A. Villaalta, F. Creo, P. Santillan
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 49

    Abstract
    Background: The rhythm of life of a puerperium requires a large percentage of attention in the recovery of her postpartum health and comprehensive care for her newborn.Aim: [...]

  • N. Bridon
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 48

    Abstract
    Background: Nasal Obstructive Syndrome, is more abundant among children than is generally assumed and may be the initial symptom of a bronchial asthma attack or be the state [...]

  • D. López, D. Rodríguez, R. Gonzales, S. Martínez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 47

    Abstract
    Background: infective endocarditis is a septic condition predominantly of bacterial origin, although there is a fungal etiology of the native valvular endothelium of the heart, [...]

  • R. Spindola
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 46

    Abstract
    High-flow nasal cannulae (HFNC) seem to improve respiratory efficiency by flooding the nasopharyngeal anatomical space with a constant high flow, and contribute to the decrease [...]

  • A. Guzmán, O. Caicedo
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 45

    Abstract
    Background: Most complicated and/or chronic wounds in veterinary medicine present a significant degree of inflammation in conjunction with local or systemic colonization or [...]

  • A. Rojas-Concepción, G. Herrera-Miranda, Y. Arteaga-Prado
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 44

    Abstract
    Introduction: for the development of a teaching-educational process with quality at the postgraduate level, it is necessary to improve the methodological work.Aim: to design [...]

  • D. Romero
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 43

    Abstract
    The aim of this article is to describe the philosophical, ontological, social bases of the Latin American context that served as support for the establishment of Lancasterian [...]

  • Y. Manobanda, M. Nieto
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 42

    Abstract
    Background: sexually transmitted diseases are infections that are spread from one person to another through non-responsible sexual contact. Aim: to analyze the relationship [...]

  • D. Aucatoma, M. Gamboa
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 41

    Abstract
    Background: The use of alternative and complementary therapy is a relief option for a large number of pathologies that affect rural communities where its use is widespread [...]

  • S. Torre, N. Torres
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 40

    Abstract
    Background: Travelbee's person-to-person relationship model is one of the most useful models in the nursing field because it postulates how the nurse-patient relationship [...]

  • K. Lema, J. Cueva
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 39

    Abstract
    Background: Menopause is a physiological process in adult women, generally characterized by the cessation of menstruation, and consequently leads to a series of biological [...]

  • D. Peñaloza, T. Mayorga
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 38

    Abstract
    Background: Breastfeeding up to two years old is a practice endorsed by the WHO, due to the benefits it has for the child's development. Aim: This study aims to find out the [...]

  • D. Miniguano, T. Mayorga
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 37

    Abstract
    Background: The quality of sleep of nursing students is conditioned by a deficient level, consequently preventing optimal performance in personal and academic activities. [...]

  • C. Barrios
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 36

    Abstract
    Scientific publication is the pillar for the dissemination of knowledge, and in the case of health professions, its objective is to report experiences that allow improving [...]

  • F. Chasillacta, F. Nuñez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 35

    Abstract
    Background: professionals and services are linked to practices of a previous model, with a biopsychosocial health approach and applied to the development of community health.Aim: [...]

  • T. Moya, M. Zurita
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 34

    Abstract
    Background: The pandemic caused by COVID-19 forced the population to be confined and socially distanced for a long period of time, for which reason they opted to modify their [...]

  • K. Jacho, M. Paez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 33

    Abstract
    Background: Diabetes mellitus is considered a worldwide chronic metabolic pathology, same that comprises a group of metabolic disorders which is considered in an elevated [...]

  • D. Fonseca, J. Vásconez, R. Ortiz, K. Haro, D. Carangui
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 32

    Abstract
    The breasts are made up of skin, fat, epithelial structures and mesenchymal connective tissue, so it is common for different tumors of benign or malignant origin to appear [...]

  • M. Mejías, Y. Coronado, A. Peralta
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 31

    Abstract
    Background: Research on artificial intelligence-based technologies in health care has increased over the last decade, with applications showing great potential to help and [...]

  • G. Pilozo, A. Ramírez, M. Idrovo, D. Valles, L. Guamán
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 30

    Abstract
    Introduction: Osteogenesis imperfecta (OI) is a rare genetic disease mainly caused by a dominant mutation in COL1A1 y COL1A2 collagen type I genes which codes for collagen [...]

  • P. Chicaiza, L. Chiliguano
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 29

    Abstract
    Background: Postpartum urinary incontinence is an area of growing interest at the health level because pelvic floor dysfunction caused by pregnancy and obstetric procedures [...]

  • E. Quisbert, N. Molinari
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 28

    Abstract
    Introduction: Mechanical ventilation is a life support treatment, in which using a machine that provides ventilatory and oxygen support, we facilitate gas exchange and work [...]

  • N. Ríos, A. Mosca
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 27

    Abstract
    Background: continuing education allows for updating in post-graduation training. A direct relationship has been observed between attendance to such training and improvement [...]

  • R. Pardo, R. Parra
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 2, 26

    Abstract
    Currently, the issue of staff well-being is addressed from many perspectives of the labor spectrum, but in the background of these approaches the intention to improve the [...]

  • A. Villaalta
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 25

    Abstract
    Introduction: The care of the pregnant woman, her family and the newborn in the context of a pandemic, is located in a place of vulnerability of rights, due to different dimensions [...]

  • C. Yacquet
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 24

    Abstract
    Introduction: Retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) is an alteration of the blood vessels of the immature retina, which appears in premature newborns during the first weeks of [...]

  • M. Lizzi
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 23

    Abstract
    Introduction: Nursing records are part of the clinical history of the patient and give testimony of the activity that nursing provides to the patient, of their actions with [...]

  • N. González
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 22

    Abstract
    Introduction: Leading in Health implies the ability to improve a service through different actors and through changes that benefit the population.  Objective: to [...]

  • G. Romero
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 21

    Abstract
    Introduction: Mobbing is a set of unacceptable behaviors and practices, aimed at, causing or likely to cause physical, psychological, sexual or economic harm, and includes [...]

  • J. Sulca
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 20

    Abstract
    Introduction: Nursing professionals are exposed to mental workload constantly to situations that generate burdens as a consequence of the physical, mental, emotional and economic [...]

  • A. Graniela
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 19

    Abstract
    Prosthetic heart valve dysfunction can provoke the appearance of symptoms or signs or completely asymptomatic being. A typical symptom of malfunction of the heart valves is [...]

  • F. Alonso, J. Gonzalez-Argote
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 18

    Abstract
    Introduction: The countries of Latin America have a common history in which they share languages, roots and traditions, and this is a major milestone in their unique way of [...]

  • J. Gonzalez-Argote, D. Alvarez, W. Castillo-Gonzalez, C. Lepez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 17

    Abstract
    COVID-19, or severe acute respiratory syndrome type 2 coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), is transmitted through large droplets generated during coughs and sneezes by symptomatic patients, [...]

  • J. Valdés, L.
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 16

    Abstract
    COVID-19, or severe acute respiratory syndrome type 2 coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2), is transmitted through large droplets generated during coughs and sneezes by symptomatic patients, [...]

  • C. Lepez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 15

    Abstract
    The closure of higher education educational centers, including higher education institutions, was one of the first measures taken by the Argentine National Government to prevent [...]

  • C. , J. Rojas, J. Valverde, R. Suárez, L. Ares
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 14

    Abstract
    Introduction: An infection control committee is an instance formed by trained professionals committed to patient safety.Objective: to describe the knowledge, attitudes and [...]

  • L. , D. Pupo, Y. Queija, I. Pérez
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 13

    Abstract
    Background: Tooth eruption is the movement of teeth through the bone and overlying mucosa to emerge and function in the oral cavity.Aim: To characterize the variability in [...]

  • H. Hernandez-Negrin, A. Vitón-Castillo
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 12

    Abstract
    Background: today, the university hospital is not only a teaching and care center, but also a fundamental and irreplaceable nucleus of knowledge production in the health area. [...]

  • J. Stelmaszczuk
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 11

    Abstract
    Background: Leadership in nursing has been widely discussed over time as a necessary professional competence and a field of action that should be exercised by these professionals. [...]

  • N. Bridon
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 10

    Abstract
    In chronic nasal obstructive syndrome, mucosal desiccation occurs, causing cilia to be damaged and becoming more susceptible to infection and altering pulmonary function. [...]

  • O. Paredes
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 9

    Abstract
    Background: Patient safety, as a key aspect of quality of care, has become a priority aim of quality management in health systems.Aim: to analyze the relationship between [...]

  • F. Domingues
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 8

    Abstract
    Background: Patient care is the core of the nursing profession, which can be defined as: an activity that requires personal and professional values to preserve, restore and [...]

  • M. Aguirre
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 7

    Abstract
    Patient safety is a priority in health care centers, where the nursing professional's focus is on direct patient care without the intention of committing adverse events, committing [...]

  • J. Gonzalez-Argote
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 6

    Abstract
    Background: Alcoholic neuropathy is a common complication among patients with alcohol abuse disorder. It is often asymptomatic and the frequency of occurrence varies. We propose [...]

  • N. Piacquadio
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 5

    Abstract
    Background: Motivation is the force that drives the worker to perform certain actions or behaviors that meet organizational aims. Absenteeism is the result of a lack of motivation, [...]

  • V. Ugarte, C. Trunzo
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 4

    Abstract
    Background: Venous blood collection is one of the most frequent nursing interventions in the emergency department, as well as a conclusive diagnostic test to establish clinical [...]

  • V. Ugarte, C. Trunzo
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 3

    Abstract
    Laboratory testing of blood samples is essential for the diagnosis and treatment of patients. This article aims to describe preanalytical errors in the clinical laboratory [...]

  • R. Molina, J. Rojas, J. Valverde, R. Suárez, L. Ares
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 2

    Abstract
    Background: Organizations are structured by interdepartmental areas that work interconnected and are seen as open systems in the communication process, surviving in a complex [...]

  • N. Ríos, A. Mosca
    Sal. Cienc. Tec. (2022). Vol. Vol. 1, 1

    Abstract
    Continuing education in nursing are those educational activities planned, to build the base of knowledge and experiences in order to reinforce practice, education, administration, [...]

  • M. LIMA, P. ROCHA
    Revista Internacional de Métodos Numéricos para Cálculo y Diseño en Ingeniería's personal collection (2022). 7

    Abstract
    The present work aims to carry out comparative analyzes (dynamic and static) in generic cross-sections with variable inertias in parabolic corbels. For this, a computational [...]

  • A. Knobel
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 152

    Abstract
    It is widely known that exporters are, on average, larger firms than exporters. In other words, the larger firm is more likely to be an exporter. What caused it? A natural [...]

  • M. Larionova, A. Shelepov, A. Sakharov, I. Popova, A. Ignatov, S. Vasilkovsky
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 153

    Abstract
    The report presents an analysis of modern approaches to collective regulation of the digital economy, existing and emerging mechanisms its collective regulation, as well [...]

  • A. Skrobotov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 154

    Abstract
    This paper provides an overview of methods of testing for explosive bubbles in time series. Various issues associated with the inclusion of constants in regression, the problem [...]

  • M. Alekseev, S. Belev, K. Wekerle, A. Zolotareva, E. Leonov, E. Matveev;, I. Sokolov
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 155

    Abstract
    This article presents the main results of research on the topic of The research of the economic features of the corporate profit tax in the Russian Federation in the 2010s. [...]

  • N. Tarasova, S. Morozov, I. Solovieva, S. Morozova, S. Chigrin
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 156

    Abstract
    the scientific report presents the results of a scientific study, conducted by the Center for Socialization and Personalization of Education for Children FIRO RANEPA in [...]

  • E. Tsatsura, A. Salmina, E. Grishina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 157

    Abstract
    This paper presents the results of an analysis of in-depth interviews with people caring for their elderly relatives. In Russia, as in most other countries, it is the relatives [...]

  • S. E.A., M. A.O.
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 158

    Abstract
    The paper explores how the epidemiological crisis of 2020 can affect reproductive intentions and actual reproductive behavior population of Russia. The authors refer to [...]

  • M. N.V., F. Yu.F
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 159

    Abstract
    The work contains a brief overview of the research directions of migration youth in the world and in Russia, and in its main part is devoted to the analysis of directions [...]

  • M. N.Z, F. D.V.
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 160

    Abstract
    To improve the quality of health care delivery and ensure its accessibility, a number of countries use health care financing models based on determining the population's [...]

  • M. Dmitriev, N. Kalmyks, V. Krapil, A. Larina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 161

    Abstract
    The subject of the study is the improvement of the health care system and social insurance. The main goal of the study is to form a comprehensive healthcare reform agenda [...]

  • V. Nazarov, N. Sisigina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 162

    Abstract
    The COVID-19 pandemic has raised new challenges for healthcare. To reduce the epidemiological risk, it was necessary to develop not only specialized technologies for diagnosis [...]

  • R. Khasanova, E. Seredkina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 148

    Abstract
    The aim of this work is to analyze the systems for the prevention of juvenile delinquency in foreign countries.

  • N. Shagaida, V. Uzun, E. Gataulina, E. Shishkina
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 149

    Abstract
    Changes in approaches of FAO food security monitoring after the adoption of the UN Sustainable Development Goals until 2030 and innovations in the 2020 RF Food Security [...]

  • K. Rostislav, Y. Ponomarev, K. Borzykh
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 150

    Abstract
    Currently, in Russia, the scientific and methodological substantiation of the goal-setting of the main strategic documents has been insufficiently worked out

  • A. Pakhomov, K. Bagdasaryan
    RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF NATIONAL ECONOMY AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (2022). 151

    Abstract
    This study examines the main problems of the functioning of the multilateral trading system (MTS) at the present stage. This is caused by a complex of reasons - the changing [...]

  • X. Martinez, D. Sá, J. Silva, S. Alvarez-Buylla
    Materiales Compuestos (2022). Vol. 06 - AEMAC en PROYECTOS EUROPEOS (2022), (Num. 2 - Monográfico Proyectos Europeos (2)), 185

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    FIBRE4YARDS project aims to improve the competitiveness of small and medium European shipyards working with Fibre Reinforced Polymers (FRP). To this extent, the project expects [...]

  • E. Gonzalez, P. Villarroel, J. Guerrero, S. Medina, P. Maimi, J. Artero-Guerrero, A. Cimadevilla, M. Gascons, J. González, E. Blanpre, V. Jacques
    Materiales Compuestos (2022). Vol. 06 - AEMAC en PROYECTOS EUROPEOS (2022), (Num. 2 - Monográfico Proyectos Europeos (2)), 184

    Abstract
    The methodology of design of polymer-based composite structures under static loadings, and even fatigue loads, is quite mature and well stablished. However, for intermediate [...]

  • G. Nuñez-Márquez, P. Tabarés-Fernández, M. Mora-Mendías
    Materiales Compuestos (2022). Vol. 06 - AEMAC en PROYECTOS EUROPEOS (2022), (Num. 2 - Monográfico Proyectos Europeos (2)), 183

    Abstract
    CS2-LPA-IADP-WP1.2.5. Advanced Rear End Manufacturing is an European project, inside of the CleanSky2 research program of the European Union Horizon 2020 (Grant Agreement [...]

  • N. Markaide, A. Luzuriaga, V. Gayraud, A. Salaberria, M. Rodríguez, M. Walls
    Materiales Compuestos (2022). Vol. 06 - AEMAC en PROYECTOS EUROPEOS (2022), (Num. 2 - Monográfico Proyectos Europeos (2)), 182

    Abstract
    The objective of the AIRPOXY project is to reduce production and maintenance, repair & operating (MRO) costs of composite parts in aeronautics, by introducing a new family [...]

  • M. Rodríguez, R. Lecouche, M. Bermúdez, M. Domingo
    Materiales Compuestos (2022). Vol. 06 - AEMAC en PROYECTOS EUROPEOS (2022), (Num. 2 - Monográfico Proyectos Europeos (2)), 181

    Abstract
    The success of the European rail system requires cost-efficient passenger trains with high capability and reliability. The development of these high demanding trains involves [...]

  • E. Guerra, F. García, M. Cerdeira, J. Fernández, V. Meroño
    Materiales Compuestos (2022). Vol. 06 - AEMAC en PROYECTOS EUROPEOS (2022), (Num. 2 - Monográfico Proyectos Europeos (2)), 180

    Abstract
    The railway industry seeks to increase the capacity of the railway system, providing flexibility to align capacity and demand, increasing availability, reliability and energy [...]

  • Y. Zhou, K. Hu, T. Hu, S. Shi, Y. Han, J. Wang, Y. Lou, T. Hou
    Rev. int. métodos numér. cálc. diseño ing. (2022). Vol. 38, (4), 41

    Abstract
    In this study, IGA is introduced into the performance analysis of the expansion water seal for an exact representation of its complex geometrical shape. Firstly, the incremental [...]

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    Abstract
    Wildfires are an example of a phenomenon that can be investigated using point process theory. We analyze public data from the National Forestry Commission. It consists of [...]

  • Advanced Modeling and Simulation in Engineering Sciences (2022). Vol. 9(1), Article 15, 2022

    Abstract
    This work presents a partitioned method for landslide-generated wave events. The proposed strategy combines a Lagrangian Navier Stokes multi-fluid solver with an Eulerian [...]

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    Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología (2021). Villaalta, A. F. (2021). Validation of an instrument on safe perinatal practices in the COVID-19 context. Salud, Ciencia Y Tecnología, 1, 1. https://doi.org/10.56294/saludcyt20211

    Abstract
    Introduction: The care of the pregnant woman, her family and the newborn in the context of a pandemic, is located in a place of vulnerability of rights, due to different dimensions [...]

  • Water (2022).

    Abstract
    Approximately 70,000 Spanish off-stream reservoirs, many of them irrigation ponds, need to be evaluated in terms of their potential hazard to comply with the new national [...]

  • Axioms (2022). Praks, P.; Lampart, M.; Praksová, R.; Brkić, D.; Kozubek, T.; Najser, J. Selection of Appropriate Symbolic Regression Models Using Statistical and Dynamic System Criteria: Example of Waste Gasification. Axioms 2022, 11, 463.

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    In this paper, we analyze the interpretable models from real gasification datasets of the project “Centre for Energy and Environmental Technologies” (CEET) discovered [...]

  • T. Doan, T. Tran, V. (1.*), T. Phương Doan, V. Le
    Revista Internacional de Métodos Numéricos para Cálculo y Diseño en Ingeniería's personal collection (2022). 6

    Abstract
    Slope stability problem is one of the most common problems in construction design. The application of tools often follows a pattern, using only fixed input parameters and [...]

  • A. Zubarev, N. Makeeva, E. Sinelnikova-Muryleva, K. Shilov
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