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«European Journal of Technology and Design» – international bilingual scientific Journal.

E-ISSN 2310-3450

Publication frequency – issued once a year.
Issued from 2013.

1 March 01, 2016


Articles and Statements

1. Roman G. Bolbakov
Tacit Knowledge as a Cognitive Phenomenon

European Journal of Technology and Design, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 1, pp. 4-12.
DOI: 10.13187/ejtd.2016.11.4CrossRef

Abstract:
The article analyzes the implicit knowledge as a cognitive phenomenon. The article reveals the content of tacit knowledge. The article reveals the contents of the transformation of tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge. This article describes an inductive approach as a cognitive approach. The article introduces the concept of an information structure for communication and information between cognitive processes. The article substantiates the proposition that cognitive methods and procedures for implementing the process of "socialization". The article proves that the process is a prerequisite for the subsequent externalization, that is, the conversion of tacit knowledge into explicit knowledge.

URL: http://ejournal4.com/journals_n/1456761858.pdf
Number of views: 1932      Download in PDF


2. S.G. Dyshlenko
Principles of Geoinformation Modeling

European Journal of Technology and Design, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 1, pp. 13-19.
DOI: 10.13187/ejtd.2016.11.13CrossRef

Abstract:
The article reveals the content of the principles of geoinformation modeling. This article describes the difference between geoinformation modeling of other types of modeling. The main difference is in the use of geodata. The article shows the difference between spatial modeling and geoinformation modeling article shows the difference between geoinformation modeling and GIS modeling. This article describes digital simulation as the main form of geoinformation modeling. This article describes the spatial, situational and methodological features of geoinformation modeling.

URL: http://ejournal4.com/journals_n/1456762513.pdf
Number of views: 1897      Download in PDF


3. Nurmukhambet A. Medeubaev, Yevgeniya V. Komleva, Mira O. Baytuganova, Meruyert Zh. Kakenova, Nurija N. Akimbekova, Nurbek R. Zholmagambetov, Gulmira S. Sattarova
The Analysis of Existing Methods of Dedusting Gravitational Transshipment Nodes

European Journal of Technology and Design, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 1, pp. 20-29.
DOI: 10.13187/ejtd.2016.11.20CrossRef

Abstract:
This article provides basic dust control air at the sites of overload. Reducing the amount of dust released from bulk materials transhipped by adjusting their speed and the movement of chute and recirculation control ejected streams of dusty air in the transshipment nodes. The article explores the main causes of dust in the air of the working area. The article presents the dependences for determining the rate of bulk material transported and the number of the incoming air.

URL: http://ejournal4.com/journals_n/1456762689.pdf
Number of views: 1950      Download in PDF


4. Tatiana A. Ozhereleva
Information Barriers

European Journal of Technology and Design, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 1, pp. 30-34.
DOI: 10.13187/ejtd.2016.11.30CrossRef

Abstract:
The article analyzes the phenomenon that periodically appears in human activities. This phenomenon is referred to as an information barrier. Information barrier has different manifestations. Informa-insulating barrier is manifested in the human inability to efficiently process information collection. The article analyzes the causes of information barriers. This article describes the recommendations and methods that contribute to overcome information barriers.

URL: http://ejournal4.com/journals_n/1456762752.pdf
Number of views: 1893      Download in PDF


5. Viktor Ya. Tsvetkov
Virtual Modeling

European Journal of Technology and Design, 2016, Vol.(11), Is. 1, pp. 35-44.
DOI: 10.13187/ejtd.2016.11.35CrossRef

Abstract:
The article analyzes and organizes virtual modeling. The article examines the main components of the virtual simulation. This article describes the contradiction between the statement of a problem of virtual modeling and interpretation. The article shows the importance of spatial and visual information models for virtual simulation. This article describes the feature of human perception of virtual reality. The article reveals the contents of the first and second cognitive filters that are used to create virtual models. The article shows the importance of cognitive methods in a virtual simulation.

URL: http://ejournal4.com/journals_n/1456762818.pdf
Number of views: 1910      Download in PDF


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URL: http://ejournal4.com/journals_n/1456762847.pdf
Number of views: 1954      Download in PDF





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