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  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
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    Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, /;
    Publisher: Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
    Country: Spain

    Boletín especial sobre antiguos alumnos de la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, son sus propios jefes, asumen tareas de responsabilidad en grandes empresas, o investigan en tierra, mar y aire, los egresados de la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena pueden relatar cientos de historias de éxito laboral. Sus historias. La UPCT ha seleccionado de entre todos sus exalumnos a 50 hombres y mujeres que han encontrado su hueco, pese a la tempestad económica, en el mercado de trabajo.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Palop Gómez, Alfredo;
    Country: Spain

    The thermoresistometer Mastia consists of a main vessel in which thermal treatments are applied, a motor to enable the homogenisation of the heating medium, a main control unit to control heating, sampling and agitation, an external pressure source and a fraction collector to allow for sampling in short duration experiments. The main control unit consists in a program logic controller (PLC).The main vessel, of 400 ml capacity, is built in stainless steel (8,5 cm outer diameter × 12 cm high) with a screw cap with O-ring. This cap has an agitation shaft with a teflon (PTFE) friction bearing with a propeller, and 8 ports with screw caps to hold: the pressure source (N2); the inoculum injection port with a gas chromatography septum; the sampling tube; a thermocouple (Pt 100) to monitor the temperature during heat treatment; two ports to hold the two branches of the electric heating element; and another two ports to hold the two branches of the coil of the cooling system. Inside the vessel, attached to the removable cap there is also a deflector screen to improve turbulence. The agitation shaft is powered by a variable speed agitation motor, wired to the PLC. The sampling tube is also built in stainless steel. There are interchangeable tubes of different inner diameter, from 0.5 to 2 mm. The sampling tube is prolonged on its end by a silicone tube, that is closed in the outer extreme by means of a solenoid valve, that was also wired to the PLC. The opening time of the sampling valve can be controlled by a timer through the PLC. Keeping a constant pressure inside the vessel and a constant opening time of the sampling tube along an experiment, enables to get samples of the same volume through all the experiment The control of the temperature inside the thermoresistometer is also done by the PLC, by means of a proportional-integral-derivative (PID) connected to the electric heating element, to a solenoid valve that regulates the flow of water through the cooling system, and to the Pt 100. When the PID detects that the temperature is below the setpoint, the PLC powers the electric heating element; when is above the setpoint, the PLC acts on the solenoid valve to control the flow of cold water through the coil. The instrument can be programmed to perform isothermal experiments, non-isothermal experiments at a linearly increasing or decreasing temperature and more complex, industry-like experiments, composed of several steps combining isothermal and non-isothermal periods. The PLC is connected to a tactile screen, that allows communication with the PLC and can be connected to a computer provided with Scada software that enables to program and/or register temperature profiles. The main vessel may be pressurised to permit sample extraction at low internal pressure (below 100ºC) or when medium is too viscous. To overcome the pressure when the microorganisms are injected inside the vessel, a Hamilton-type syringe may be used. The fraction collector enables to take samples at time intervals lower than 2 seconds. Collector speed can be adjusted, allowing for up to 32 samples per second. for each treatment time are collected (by pressing a switch in the tactile screen) manually into sterile test tubes. The timer in the PLC has been previously set at an appropriate aperture time of the sampling valve (according to the pressure into the main vessel and the required sample volume). Samples are then appropriately diluted and immediately plated and incubated. The instrument can also be operated in continuous. This operating mode consistes in preheating the thermoresistometer with water at a preset temperature and circulating the microbial suspension through the coil, by means of a peristaltic pump at a controlled flow. For this purpose the coil is sterilised in situ previously. Temperature of the sample is taken at the end of the coil. In this way, very rapid heating ramps, and heating ramps followed by a holding period, similar to those on continuous food sterilisation and pasterisation treatments, can be performed. In this mode only end-point determinations can be performed. The thermoresistometer Mastia has been developed in the laboratories of the Food Technology group at the Technical University of Cartagena. The thermoresistometer Mastia enables to estimate heat resistance under isothermal and non-isothermal heating conditions as well as more complex heating profiles, like those usually applied in the food industry. Its design allows to work with liquid heating media such as buffers, liquid foods or foods containing small particles. It also allows to inoculate microorganisms or compounds and to obtain samples in order to study the changes on the quantity or the quality of these substances along with the thermal treatment. In this way, the intensity of the thermal treatments applied can be calculated and, as a consequence, the microbiological safety and nutritional quality of the food produces obtained can be estimated. With this technological offer we try to collaborate with licence agreement and comercial agreement with technical assistance. Improvements in the thermoresistometer Mastia enable simulation of complex heating and cooling profiles, continuous and in batch, with monitoring of the temperature. It enables to estimate heat resistance of other components of foods or additives, apart from microorganisms. The main application of this technology is for the food industry, to study the heat resistance of microorganisms involved in the spoilage of heat treated foods, such as canned foods, fruit juices, milk, baby products, ect. In this sense, it can be used to test if heat treatments applied to foods are sufficient to ensure their stability and safety. It can also be used to test nutritive quality of heat treated foods. Eventually, it could be of interest for other industries that deal with liquid media exposed to thermal treatment.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2010
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Industrial;
    Publisher: Patronato de la MEF (Moto Engineering Fundation)
    Country: Spain

    El equipo MOTOUPCT de la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (UPCT), ha quedado subcampeón en el campeonato de motociclismo MOTOSTUDENT celebrado en las instalaciones del nuevo circuito aragonés de Alcañiz. En el campeonato participaron 250 estudiantes procedentes de 24 universidades españolas y una italiana. El prototipo de moto de 125 cc 2T diseñado y fabricado por alumnos de la UPCT, tuvo que pasar distintas pruebas: presentación del proyecto industrial, verificaciones técnicas y dinámicas, y una carrera cronometrada de 40 minutos de duración, donde quedó entre las cinco primeras alcanzando además la máxima velocidad punta del circuito. El equipo ha quedado por encima de equipos procedentes de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Universidad Carlos III, Politécnico de Turín, Universidad del País Vasco, y Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, entre otras. El equipo mejor puntuando en el conjunto de todas las pruebas fue el equipo Alcañiz-Unizar de la Universidad de Zaragoza con 470 puntos, seguido de MotoUPCT de la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, con 451, y de MotostudentZGZ-Unizar (también de la Universidad de Zaragoza), con 443 puntos. El equipo de la UPCT está integrado por el director técnico: Horacio Sánchez Reinoso; el alumno delegado: José A. Cano Corbalán y los estudiantes: José Ortega Valera, Gregorio Espín Corbalán, José D. Camacho, Lucas Sánchez y Carlos J. Otón. Motostudent es una competición promovida por la fundación Moto Engineering Fundation (MEF) entre universidades españolas y europeas. Consiste en diseñar y desarrollar un prototipo de moto de competición de 125cc 2t, y superar unas pruebas de evaluación que se llevaran a cabo en las instalaciones de la Ciudad del Motor de Aragón. Motos Cano; Chatarras Cayetano, S.L.; Italkit, S.L.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2011
    Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Masi, Mirko;
    Country: Spain

    La presentación fue realizada por Magdalena de Haro, se presenta que es Abertis Telecom, que son los servicios de emergencia, las fases de una emergencia,las soluciones TICs para las distintas fases. CAM, Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de la Región de Murcia, 112 Región de Murcia, Vodafone, Abertis telecon, Alcatel-Lucent, Aquiline grupo,Vodafone

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Díez Soto, Carlos Manuel;
    Publisher: Carlos Manuel Díez Soto
    Country: Spain

    Manuel Albaladejo constituye uno de los referentes más importantes de muchas generaciones de estudiosos del Derecho Civil, que se han formado asistiendo a sus clases o estudiando sus Manuales y Tratados, no sólo en las Facultades de Derecho, sino también en las de Economía y Ciencias de la Empresa. La Laudatio, la alabanza de los méritos, principalmente, que adornan a la persona del Profesor Manuel Albaladejo que ha dedicado su vida al conocimiento, la investigación y la enseñanza, centrando su actividad en el derecho.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2019
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, /;
    Publisher: Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
    Country: Spain

    Boletín especial con toda la información sobre las oportunidades laborales que proporcionan los estudios de la Universidad Polotécnica de Cartagena.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2007
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Cooney, Thomas;
    Publisher: Technological University Dublin
    Country: Ireland

    It was the summer of 2006 and three friends of many years had come up with a business idea that they believed could be a money-spinner for all of them. Maria Harrison, Krystle Malone and Marie Lyons had all been students at the Technological University Dublin and had recently completed their degree in Marketing. As part of their programme, they had taken a course on Entrepreneurship by way of interest rather than any deep-rooted desire to start their own business. But now, they are about to meet a venture capital company to ask for €300,000 to get the business started. They would never have dreamed, as they walked into their first class on entrepreneurship that six months later they would be in this position.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, /;
    Publisher: Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
    Country: Spain

    Boletín especial con noticias y reportajes sobre cómo se está afrontando la situación provocada por el coronavirus (COVID-19) desde la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2012
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Hunt, Una;
    Publisher: Technological University Dublin
    Country: Ireland

    William Vincent Wallace Bicentenary Recitals Wexford Festival Opera, Oct.-Nov. 2012. These unique recitals of drawing-room music and opera excerpts celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Irish composer, William Vincent Wallace (1812–1865) and focus particularly on his unknown songs and piano music. Wallace was one of the most extraordinary musical personalities of the nineteenth century – not only a composer, but a virtuoso on two instruments (piano and violin) and a global traveller. He visited parts of the world that no other Irish musician had set foot in and widened his sphere of influence by establishing a music school in Sydney, Australia where he is still regarded as the first great instrumentalist to visit that continent. From here he blazed a trail through South America where he was maestro to a season of Italian opera in Mexico City. A new career began as impresario before his return to London where his own first opera, Maritana, was an outstanding success. Tales of his adventures and escapades certainly helped to promote the popularity of his publications, particularly of his salon music. He was then just thirty-three years old and had already had enough experiences to fill several lifetimes.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2019
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Murphy, James;
    Publisher: Technological University Dublin
    Country: Ireland

    The School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology, TU Dublin, Autumn Newsletter captured the many events, research, awards, significant contributions and special civic and community activities which the students and staff members of the school have successfully completed up to the Winter period of 2019. The successful completion of these activities would not be possible without the active and on-going support of the 'INSPIRED' friends of Culinary Arts (school supporters) and our school's industry association supporters.

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  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, /;
    Publisher: Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
    Country: Spain

    Boletín especial sobre antiguos alumnos de la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, son sus propios jefes, asumen tareas de responsabilidad en grandes empresas, o investigan en tierra, mar y aire, los egresados de la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena pueden relatar cientos de historias de éxito laboral. Sus historias. La UPCT ha seleccionado de entre todos sus exalumnos a 50 hombres y mujeres que han encontrado su hueco, pese a la tempestad económica, en el mercado de trabajo.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Palop Gómez, Alfredo;
    Country: Spain

    The thermoresistometer Mastia consists of a main vessel in which thermal treatments are applied, a motor to enable the homogenisation of the heating medium, a main control unit to control heating, sampling and agitation, an external pressure source and a fraction collector to allow for sampling in short duration experiments. The main control unit consists in a program logic controller (PLC).The main vessel, of 400 ml capacity, is built in stainless steel (8,5 cm outer diameter × 12 cm high) with a screw cap with O-ring. This cap has an agitation shaft with a teflon (PTFE) friction bearing with a propeller, and 8 ports with screw caps to hold: the pressure source (N2); the inoculum injection port with a gas chromatography septum; the sampling tube; a thermocouple (Pt 100) to monitor the temperature during heat treatment; two ports to hold the two branches of the electric heating element; and another two ports to hold the two branches of the coil of the cooling system. Inside the vessel, attached to the removable cap there is also a deflector screen to improve turbulence. The agitation shaft is powered by a variable speed agitation motor, wired to the PLC. The sampling tube is also built in stainless steel. There are interchangeable tubes of different inner diameter, from 0.5 to 2 mm. The sampling tube is prolonged on its end by a silicone tube, that is closed in the outer extreme by means of a solenoid valve, that was also wired to the PLC. The opening time of the sampling valve can be controlled by a timer through the PLC. Keeping a constant pressure inside the vessel and a constant opening time of the sampling tube along an experiment, enables to get samples of the same volume through all the experiment The control of the temperature inside the thermoresistometer is also done by the PLC, by means of a proportional-integral-derivative (PID) connected to the electric heating element, to a solenoid valve that regulates the flow of water through the cooling system, and to the Pt 100. When the PID detects that the temperature is below the setpoint, the PLC powers the electric heating element; when is above the setpoint, the PLC acts on the solenoid valve to control the flow of cold water through the coil. The instrument can be programmed to perform isothermal experiments, non-isothermal experiments at a linearly increasing or decreasing temperature and more complex, industry-like experiments, composed of several steps combining isothermal and non-isothermal periods. The PLC is connected to a tactile screen, that allows communication with the PLC and can be connected to a computer provided with Scada software that enables to program and/or register temperature profiles. The main vessel may be pressurised to permit sample extraction at low internal pressure (below 100ºC) or when medium is too viscous. To overcome the pressure when the microorganisms are injected inside the vessel, a Hamilton-type syringe may be used. The fraction collector enables to take samples at time intervals lower than 2 seconds. Collector speed can be adjusted, allowing for up to 32 samples per second. for each treatment time are collected (by pressing a switch in the tactile screen) manually into sterile test tubes. The timer in the PLC has been previously set at an appropriate aperture time of the sampling valve (according to the pressure into the main vessel and the required sample volume). Samples are then appropriately diluted and immediately plated and incubated. The instrument can also be operated in continuous. This operating mode consistes in preheating the thermoresistometer with water at a preset temperature and circulating the microbial suspension through the coil, by means of a peristaltic pump at a controlled flow. For this purpose the coil is sterilised in situ previously. Temperature of the sample is taken at the end of the coil. In this way, very rapid heating ramps, and heating ramps followed by a holding period, similar to those on continuous food sterilisation and pasterisation treatments, can be performed. In this mode only end-point determinations can be performed. The thermoresistometer Mastia has been developed in the laboratories of the Food Technology group at the Technical University of Cartagena. The thermoresistometer Mastia enables to estimate heat resistance under isothermal and non-isothermal heating conditions as well as more complex heating profiles, like those usually applied in the food industry. Its design allows to work with liquid heating media such as buffers, liquid foods or foods containing small particles. It also allows to inoculate microorganisms or compounds and to obtain samples in order to study the changes on the quantity or the quality of these substances along with the thermal treatment. In this way, the intensity of the thermal treatments applied can be calculated and, as a consequence, the microbiological safety and nutritional quality of the food produces obtained can be estimated. With this technological offer we try to collaborate with licence agreement and comercial agreement with technical assistance. Improvements in the thermoresistometer Mastia enable simulation of complex heating and cooling profiles, continuous and in batch, with monitoring of the temperature. It enables to estimate heat resistance of other components of foods or additives, apart from microorganisms. The main application of this technology is for the food industry, to study the heat resistance of microorganisms involved in the spoilage of heat treated foods, such as canned foods, fruit juices, milk, baby products, ect. In this sense, it can be used to test if heat treatments applied to foods are sufficient to ensure their stability and safety. It can also be used to test nutritive quality of heat treated foods. Eventually, it could be of interest for other industries that deal with liquid media exposed to thermal treatment.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2010
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Industrial;
    Publisher: Patronato de la MEF (Moto Engineering Fundation)
    Country: Spain

    El equipo MOTOUPCT de la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena (UPCT), ha quedado subcampeón en el campeonato de motociclismo MOTOSTUDENT celebrado en las instalaciones del nuevo circuito aragonés de Alcañiz. En el campeonato participaron 250 estudiantes procedentes de 24 universidades españolas y una italiana. El prototipo de moto de 125 cc 2T diseñado y fabricado por alumnos de la UPCT, tuvo que pasar distintas pruebas: presentación del proyecto industrial, verificaciones técnicas y dinámicas, y una carrera cronometrada de 40 minutos de duración, donde quedó entre las cinco primeras alcanzando además la máxima velocidad punta del circuito. El equipo ha quedado por encima de equipos procedentes de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Universidad Carlos III, Politécnico de Turín, Universidad del País Vasco, y Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, entre otras. El equipo mejor puntuando en el conjunto de todas las pruebas fue el equipo Alcañiz-Unizar de la Universidad de Zaragoza con 470 puntos, seguido de MotoUPCT de la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, con 451, y de MotostudentZGZ-Unizar (también de la Universidad de Zaragoza), con 443 puntos. El equipo de la UPCT está integrado por el director técnico: Horacio Sánchez Reinoso; el alumno delegado: José A. Cano Corbalán y los estudiantes: José Ortega Valera, Gregorio Espín Corbalán, José D. Camacho, Lucas Sánchez y Carlos J. Otón. Motostudent es una competición promovida por la fundación Moto Engineering Fundation (MEF) entre universidades españolas y europeas. Consiste en diseñar y desarrollar un prototipo de moto de competición de 125cc 2t, y superar unas pruebas de evaluación que se llevaran a cabo en las instalaciones de la Ciudad del Motor de Aragón. Motos Cano; Chatarras Cayetano, S.L.; Italkit, S.L.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2011
    Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Masi, Mirko;
    Country: Spain

    La presentación fue realizada por Magdalena de Haro, se presenta que es Abertis Telecom, que son los servicios de emergencia, las fases de una emergencia,las soluciones TICs para las distintas fases. CAM, Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de la Región de Murcia, 112 Región de Murcia, Vodafone, Abertis telecon, Alcatel-Lucent, Aquiline grupo,Vodafone

  • Open Access Spanish; Castilian
    Authors: 
    Díez Soto, Carlos Manuel;
    Publisher: Carlos Manuel Díez Soto
    Country: Spain

    Manuel Albaladejo constituye uno de los referentes más importantes de muchas generaciones de estudiosos del Derecho Civil, que se han formado asistiendo a sus clases o estudiando sus Manuales y Tratados, no sólo en las Facultades de Derecho, sino también en las de Economía y Ciencias de la Empresa. La Laudatio, la alabanza de los méritos, principalmente, que adornan a la persona del Profesor Manuel Albaladejo que ha dedicado su vida al conocimiento, la investigación y la enseñanza, centrando su actividad en el derecho.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2019
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, /;
    Publisher: Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
    Country: Spain

    Boletín especial con toda la información sobre las oportunidades laborales que proporcionan los estudios de la Universidad Polotécnica de Cartagena.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2007
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Cooney, Thomas;
    Publisher: Technological University Dublin
    Country: Ireland

    It was the summer of 2006 and three friends of many years had come up with a business idea that they believed could be a money-spinner for all of them. Maria Harrison, Krystle Malone and Marie Lyons had all been students at the Technological University Dublin and had recently completed their degree in Marketing. As part of their programme, they had taken a course on Entrepreneurship by way of interest rather than any deep-rooted desire to start their own business. But now, they are about to meet a venture capital company to ask for €300,000 to get the business started. They would never have dreamed, as they walked into their first class on entrepreneurship that six months later they would be in this position.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena, /;
    Publisher: Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena
    Country: Spain

    Boletín especial con noticias y reportajes sobre cómo se está afrontando la situación provocada por el coronavirus (COVID-19) desde la Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2012
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Hunt, Una;
    Publisher: Technological University Dublin
    Country: Ireland

    William Vincent Wallace Bicentenary Recitals Wexford Festival Opera, Oct.-Nov. 2012. These unique recitals of drawing-room music and opera excerpts celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of Irish composer, William Vincent Wallace (1812–1865) and focus particularly on his unknown songs and piano music. Wallace was one of the most extraordinary musical personalities of the nineteenth century – not only a composer, but a virtuoso on two instruments (piano and violin) and a global traveller. He visited parts of the world that no other Irish musician had set foot in and widened his sphere of influence by establishing a music school in Sydney, Australia where he is still regarded as the first great instrumentalist to visit that continent. From here he blazed a trail through South America where he was maestro to a season of Italian opera in Mexico City. A new career began as impresario before his return to London where his own first opera, Maritana, was an outstanding success. Tales of his adventures and escapades certainly helped to promote the popularity of his publications, particularly of his salon music. He was then just thirty-three years old and had already had enough experiences to fill several lifetimes.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2019
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Murphy, James;
    Publisher: Technological University Dublin
    Country: Ireland

    The School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology, TU Dublin, Autumn Newsletter captured the many events, research, awards, significant contributions and special civic and community activities which the students and staff members of the school have successfully completed up to the Winter period of 2019. The successful completion of these activities would not be possible without the active and on-going support of the 'INSPIRED' friends of Culinary Arts (school supporters) and our school's industry association supporters.

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