Lilla Mlinárik

Lilla Mlinárik
Budapest University of Technology and Economics · Department of Construction Materials and Engineering Geology

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Karst aquifers represent the most important renewable sources of drinking water. Because anthropogenic influences threaten the integrity of karst aquifers, it is important to determine the soil erosion and karst denudation rates. In order to study the complex signs of degradation processes of the karst, a paleodoline (paleo-polje) was selected near...
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Natural porous rocks, like limestone and rhyolite tuff are able to reduce heavy metal pollution by adsorbing or precipitating them from heavy metal containing solutions due to the favourable physical and chemical properties of these rocks.In our experiment, two porous rocks, a porous limestone and rhyolite tuff were used. Petrophysical parameters n...
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The development and the geological activity of the Meggyespuszta paleodoline in Hungary were reconsidered in the light of new findings and review of complex stratigraphic and morphological results. Methods included geomorphological modeling, field geological re-surveys of the data from the existing boreholes and study of the sediments of a newly dr...
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In the hardened cement paste – through pozzolanic reactions – additional hydration products can be formed by the use of supplementary cementing materials (SCM s). The expected results of these processes are: increase in strength, decrease in permeability and the improvement of other important durability properties. In the present research, properti...
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The improvement of the durability of cement-based materials (mainly mortar and concrete) is a very significant task, because these are the most frequently used building materials. Unfortunately, the environmental effects (acidic rain, chloride ions, sulphate ions, fermentation reactions, etc.) can cause damages on these structures. The (combined) a...
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During the refurbishment of a large area of a low-pitched roof with mineral wool, the rigid boards have lost their compressive strength and could not be used. This was surprising because the material was protected from the weather by the damp-proofing layer and did not get wet. This article deals with the investigation of the possible causes.
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Leishmaniasis is one of the most important emerging vector-borne diseases in Western Eurasia. Although winter minimum temperatures limit the present geographical distribution of the vector Phlebotomus species, the heat island effect of the cities and the anthropogenic heat emission together may provide the appropriate environment for the overwinter...
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A Leishmaniasis az egyik legfontosabb, jelenleg gyorsan emelkedő esetszámot mutató, ízeltlábú vektorok által terjesztett betegségcsoport a Földön. A bántalmat okozó egysejtű paraziták átviteléért felelős lepkeszúnyog-fajok (Phlebotomus spp.) jelenlegi geográfiai elterjedését a mérsékelt égöv alatt a téli minimum hőmérsékletek limitálják. Ugyanakkor...
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Ecological and environmental benefits support the use of waste glass powder (WGP) as supplementary cementing material by the decrease of the amount of landfills, by the reduction of non-renewable natural resource consumption, by the reduction of energy demand for cement production (less cement is needed), and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissio...
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Nowadays the most suitable and widely used construction material is concrete. We could develop concrete for every request in connection with the properties of fresh concrete and the quality of hardened concrete, too. The demand is rising in application of special concretes, like high performance and ultra high performance concretes (HPC, UHPC). The...
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The heavy metal adsorption capacity of natural stones is important because it has influence on the dispersion of pollutants. Lead (II) and zinc (II) ions removal capacity of two Hungarian stones (coarse limestone and rhyolite tuff) were analysed under laboratory conditions. Petrophysical parameters of rock samples were determined at air-dried and i...

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