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Comparison of the actual costs during removal of concrete layer by high-speed water jets

HELA, R. BODNÁROVÁ, L. NOVOTNÝ, M. SITEK, L. KLICH, J. WOLF, I. FOLDYNA, J.

Original Title

Comparison of the actual costs during removal of concrete layer by high-speed water jets

English Title

Comparison of the actual costs during removal of concrete layer by high-speed water jets

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper describes the process of possible evaluation of costs of using high speed water jet technology for concrete removal methods. High speed water jet technology is a progressive technology of removing damaged concrete used in civil engineering since the 80's of 20th century. It has been changing and developing since that time. But there is little information in literature devoted to the economic evaluation of this technology. Detailed economic analysis is still missing. This paper aims to compare comprehensively in economic terms the costs of removing concrete using the technology of both continuous oscillating and pulsating oscillating water jets. The research was realized in cooperation with research institutions and industrial companies and was supported by state budget of the Czech Republic and from the European Union. The scheme of cooperation of the University, research institutions, industrial companies and government follows the Triple helix model.

English abstract

This paper describes the process of possible evaluation of costs of using high speed water jet technology for concrete removal methods. High speed water jet technology is a progressive technology of removing damaged concrete used in civil engineering since the 80's of 20th century. It has been changing and developing since that time. But there is little information in literature devoted to the economic evaluation of this technology. Detailed economic analysis is still missing. This paper aims to compare comprehensively in economic terms the costs of removing concrete using the technology of both continuous oscillating and pulsating oscillating water jets. The research was realized in cooperation with research institutions and industrial companies and was supported by state budget of the Czech Republic and from the European Union. The scheme of cooperation of the University, research institutions, industrial companies and government follows the Triple helix model.

Keywords

computation model, total technological costs, total fixed costs, total variable costs, Triple helix model, concrete removal, hydrodemolition ,high speed water jet technology

RIV year

2012

Released

17.09.2012

Location

Litva

ISBN

1611-1699

Periodical

J BUS ECON MANAG

Year of study

13

Number

4

State

LT

Pages from

763

Pages to

775

Pages count

12

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT98488,
  author="Rudolf {Hela} and Lenka {Bodnárová} and Miloslav {Novotný} and Libor {Sitek} and Jiří {Klich} and Ivan {Wolf} and Josef {Foldyna}",
  title="Comparison of the actual costs during removal of concrete layer by high-speed water jets",
  annote="This paper describes the process of possible evaluation of costs of using high speed water jet technology for concrete removal methods. High speed water jet technology is a progressive technology of removing damaged concrete used in civil engineering since the 80's of 20th century. It has been changing and developing since that time. But there is little information in literature devoted to the economic evaluation of this technology. Detailed economic analysis is still missing. This paper aims to compare comprehensively in economic terms the costs of removing concrete using the technology of both continuous oscillating and pulsating oscillating water jets. The research was realized in cooperation with research institutions and industrial companies and was supported by state budget of the Czech Republic and from the European Union. The scheme of cooperation of the University, research institutions, industrial companies and government follows the Triple helix model.",
  chapter="98488",
  howpublished="print",
  number="4",
  volume="13",
  year="2012",
  month="september",
  pages="763--775",
  type="journal article - other"
}