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2020, vol. 15, br. 1, str. 33-43
Ekonomska opravdanost kabina kranova opremljenih računarskim sistemom vizuelnog navođenja u realnom vremenu
aUniverzitet u Beogradu, Mašinski fakultet
bUniverzitet u Beogradu, Mašinski fakultet, Inovacioni centar

e-adresavspasojevic@mas.bg.ac.rs
Projekat:
This paper is a result of project "Smart PRocess Industry CranEs" (SPRINCE), funded by INAIL.
SAF€RA - Coordination of European Research on Industrial Safety towards Smart and Sustainable Growth (EU-FP7 - 291812)
This paper is a result of project E!13300 funded by MESTD

Ključne reči: kranska kabina; sistem za vizuelno navođenje; ekonomska opravdanost; bezbednost
Sažetak
Brojna istraživanja u oblasti nesreća u kojima učestvuju dizalice ukazuju na činjenice da je rad rukovaoca/kraniste posao visokog rizika i da je uzrok nesreća i nezgoda najčešće ljudski faktor. Shodno tome, inovacije na polju unapređenja industrijske bezbednosti procesa u kojima učestvuju dizalice, u smislu pomoći kranisti da ne napravi grešku pri rukovanju, su preko potrebne. Projekat "SPRINCE" za rezultat ima inovativno rešenje sistema za vizuelno navođenje u realnom vremenu, u cilju rešavanja problema smanjene vidljivosti iz kranskih kabina. Ovaj rad analizira ekonomsku opravdanost sistema za vizuelno navođenje i na taj način povezuje ljudske, organizacione i tehničke faktore kroz pristup troškova i koristi. Analizirana su dva predložena scenarija: A) proizvodnja i prodaja kranskih kabina sa sistemom za vizuelno navođenje i B) upotreba (kupovina) kranske kabine sa sistemom za vizuelno navođenje. Tehno-ekonomska analiza pokazuje da su ekonomske koristi u oba scenarija tokom perioda korišćenja više puta veće od nabavne cene, dok je interna stopa prinosa više puta veća od prosečno ponderisane kamatne stope. Period povraćaja uloženih sredstava je manji od četiri godine. Takođe, oba projekta pripadaju kategoriji projekata niskog rizika.
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jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
DOI: 10.5937/sjm15-24058
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 09.06.2020.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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