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PRIMA PAGINĂ ECOTERRA NUMĂRUL 14(3)/2017


Ecoterra, 2017, 14(3):1-7
ASSESSING THE PRESERVATION STATE OF A ROMANIAN HISTORIC CONCRETE ICON – THE CONSTANTA CASINO
EVALUAREA STARII DE PREZERVARE A UNUI ANSAMBLU ISTORIC REPREZENTATIV CONSTRUIT DIN CIMENT DIN ROMANIA - CAZINOUL DIN CONSTANTA

Florina-Diana Dumitru, Ana-Maria Panait, Marius-Viorel Olteanu, Elena Holban, György Deák
National Institute for Research and Development in Environmenal Protection, Bucharest, Romania
Robert Szép
University Sapientia, Miercurea-Ciuc, Romania
Ágnes Keresztesi
Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Assessing the corrosion condition and structural modifications which occur in old concrete structures could provide valuable information regarding the preservation state of the historical construction as well as the needed support for future maintenance works in order to minimize as much as possible the loss of these structures with important historical value. This paper discusses the compositional modifications which occur in an old concrete in correlation with the particularities of the exploitation environment. This investigation could provide the support for the initiation of a monitoring program related to the assessment of concrete structures damage and implementation of minimum maintenance measures. The investigation methods were scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS) and X-ray fluorescence (XRF) analyses.


Ecoterra, 2017, 14(3):8-16
POTENTIAL SPACE ACTIVITIES SHARE IN ACHIEVING GLOBAL SUSTAINABILITY
POTENTIALUL DE INTEGRARE A ACTIVITATILOR SPATIALE IN CADRUL DURABILITATII GLOBALE

Dumitru-Dorin Prunariu
Romanian Space Agency, Bucharest, Romania


Ildiko Tulbure
University „1 Decembrie 1918”, Alba Iulia, Romania

The desire of humanity to grow its quality of life was in the past guaranted by the steady technological progress. More recent developments have however pointed out that beside wanted effects of technological progress, negative impacts can also appear. As a possible solution for the recognised complex global problems the concept of Sustainable Development has been defined in 1987 in the Brundtland Report. Taking into account the mobility field, the current vision is to shape sustainable mobility. In this regard evaluating technologies is becoming very necessary and for this goal Technology Assessment can be applied. By making assessments of different technologies an answer is actually searched to the question of how do technologies integrate into environment and society? In this regard specific evaluation criteria are considered in sustainability decision-making processes also concerning Space Activities. Applying Space Activities for getting Sustainable Development means among other things setting up Emergency Programs in order to support disaster response operations through the provision of satellite data. In this context the United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response (UN-SPIDER) is to be mentioned, being implemented in order to support disaster management activities. The vision is to implement this program in the future on a global level, supporting in this way the usage of Space Activities for achieving global sustainability, where systemic thinking is per se required.


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