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Articles by Emil LUCA
Total Records ( 7 ) for Emil LUCA
  Simona-Clara BARSAN , Emil LUCA , Ancuta-Maria PUSCAS and Georgia SIMA
  This paper presents some of the results obtained during the experiences carried out within the sugar beet experimental field of Viisoara, Cluj County. In the agricultural year 2007 − 2008, several researches were conducted on sugar beet in order to obtain bioethanol, using sugar beet as main biological raw material. Taking into account the quality requirements of bioethanol, one carefully monitored the sugar beet crop evolution regarding the influence of different technology factors, such as irrigation regime and fertilization, on sugar beet yield. As a result, after applying a number of test methods, one determined the characteristics of bioethanol for each sample obtained from sugar beet in the experimental fields of Viisoara, according to the EN 15376 standard requirements, as a component of the automotive fuel for petrol vehicles, according to EN 228:2008 standard.
  Felicia BOAR , Emil LUCA , Maria PARV and Laura LUCA
  Major effects of global pollution: desertification, acid rain, biodiversity loss, global warming, the issue of exhaustion of fossil fuels, have caused the scientific community to find solutions to limit environmental degradation. Under the circumstances call from renewable energy sources and environmentally friendly to replace fossil fuels, is one of the main actions in the energy strategies of the EU countries. Crop area and production of energy in the EU, but in our country, the production of bioethanol and biodiesel from renewable biomass is growing, especially areas planted with rape. It is necessary to intensify research on rape culture, the influence of technology on qualitative and quantitative parameters.
  Mircia GIURGIU , Emilian MERCE and Emil LUCA
  The paper presents the results of the research on the comparative situation (state and way of usage|) of the land improvement systems in the west and north- west of Romania, before and after 1989. Also, on the basis of the analysis performed, an attempt is made to decipher the mechanisms through which the management and logistics in this field can be improved, so that as large a part as possible of the land improvement systems in this part of Romania is recovered.
  Emil LUCA , Ioan COLCEAR , Maria PARV , Laura LUCA , Adela HOBLE and Dorina TAMAS
  This paper presents a part of research on water consumption and its sources of coverage, research conducted under premountain area of Transylvania, in Tureni, Cluj county, between 2006 - 2008, at the soybean crop. Research has revealed that water consumption is different from year to year, in report primarily to the evolution of rainfall. In the specific area of premountain Transylvania, was highlighted the need to supplement the irrigation water needs in years of poor rainfall regime.
  Simon-Clara BARSAN , Emil LUCA , Ancuta PUSCAS and Georgia SIMA
  The paper presents the working method and the results obtained in order to determine the higher calorific power as one of the bioethanol energetic characteristics. The samples of bioethanol came out from the sugar beet experimental field from Viisoara. In obtaining the sugar beet crops, one has taken into account the influence of different technology factors, such as irrigation regime and fertilization. In order to determine the high calorific power of the bioethanol obtained through sugar beet root fermentation, the following working method was applied, by using the PARR 6200 calorimeter: one weighed 0,6 g as bioethanol sample in the combustion melting pot, which was then placed in its support; a Ni wire was connected to the ends of the two electrodes, making a loop to allow the wire to reach the sample; the calorimetric vessel was filled with water and placed in the calorimeter; the calorimetric bomb was filled with oxygen and then placed in the calorimetric vessel; after making the measurements, the results could be read on the preliminary report typed by the equipment; the final report was obtained after carrying out the necessary corrections (higher calorific power - J/g).
  Emil LUCA , Ana GAVREA , Rozalia PAVEL , Otilia MICU , Alina MARCU , Adina IACOVITA and Doru MURESAN
  The Agro Transilvania Cluj Center, inaugurated in 2007, administrates the most modern wholesale commercial center for agro-food products in Transylvania. The company is located at the Eastern exit of Cluj-Napoca, in an area with many industrial and commercial sites and has direct access to all the European roads nearby, as well as to the Transylvania Highway. The Agro Transylvania Cluj Center is a subordinate company to the Cluj District Council that has implemented and manages the “Marketing Center for Agro-Food Products Cluj” PHARE Project as well as new investments, such as the Agro-Food open-air and enclosed Market for en-gros and en-detail sale. The general objectives of Agro Transylvania Cluj Center are: 1. Providing modern facilities for efficient storing of agro-food products at standard, refrigeration and freezing temperatures, with constant monitoring of all the storing parameters as humidity, ventilation, energy consumption, etc.; providing modern packaging technical facilities and professional fruit and vegetable conditioning technical facilities (washing, brushing, drying, sorting; weighting), as well as providing the best facilities and conditions for developing and restructuring the Romanian agricultural production; 2. Managing the local market for agricultural products; Directing the benefits towards the producers; Stimulating small and medium producers by means of strong long-term agreements; Promoting a civilized and competitive commerce; Providing conditions for transactions of agro-food products in compliance to the hygienic and sanitary conditions; The market has all the necessary facilities for modern transactions of agro-food products, all in compliance to the European standards: Storage space for agro-food products at normal, refrigeration and freezing temperatures; Complete line of services: fast refrigeration tunnel, ice flake cooling, manual and electric forklifts for stacking, line for washing, brushing, sorting, weighting, and also waste treatment; Modern, automatic multifunctional lines for processing and conditioning agro-food products, ripening tunnel for green fruits, ice flake machines etc.; Modern and proper areas for all types of commercial activities: office areas, market areas, storing areas, parking areas, all having acces to utilities, including telephone/fax, internet, wi-fi etc.; The company also provides support and councelling with qualified personnel to its clients; The company is client-oriented, offering many facilities for all types of clients and buyers, such as public transportation, modern private bus station at the entrance, guarded parking lot for customers, cafeteria and fast-food stores etc. The company`s development strategy is to improve the local agro-food business climate, to grant access to the latest facilities existent, that are necessary for safe and efficient handling, storing and commerce of agro-food products, our goal being that of extending and varying the present facilities, in collaboration with our customers.
  Mircia GIURGIU , Emilian MERCE and Emil LUCA
  The situation of the Land Improvement Sector by 31.12.1989. In the Ministry of Agriculture a Department for Land Improvement and Agricultural Constructions was in function (DLIAC). Four offices were part of DLIAC: the Office for the Exploitation of Land Improvement Works (OEILW), the Office for Constructions and Montage (OCM), the Technical and Investment Office (TIO) and the Financial Planning, Supply and Development Office ( FPSDO). On county level there was a regional Office for the Execution and Exploitation of the Land Improvement Works (OEELIW). In the same department there was ongoing Research and Planning of the Land Improvement Works (RPLIW). Under the coordination of DLIAC and of the Academy of Agricultural and Sylvic Science Academy “Gheorghe Ionescu-Sisesti” functioned the Institute for Reasearch and Technological Engineering for Irrigation and Drainage (IRTEID) Baneasa-Giurgiu, the research stations ASAS and 40 support points spread out in the great systemsof irrigation and dewatering.
 
 
 
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