Water Conservation and Wastewater Treatment in Brics Nations
Water Conservation and Wastewater Treatment in BRICS Nations: Technologies, Challenges, Strategies, and Policies addresses issues of water resources—including combined sewer system overflows—assessing effects on water quality standards and protecting surface and sub-surface potable water from the intrusion of saline water due to sea level rise. The book's chapters incorporate both policies and practical aspects and serve as baseline information for future adaption plans in BRICS nations. Users will find detailed important information that is ideal for policymakers, water management specialists, BRICS nation undergraduate or university students, teachers and researchers.
The Modified EOQ-Formula for Deferred Order Payments and Delays in Receipt of Revenue
The purpose of this article is to analyse the optimisation strategy of inventory management, considering the possibility of deferred payments, delays in receiving revenue and vehicle capacity restrictions. The study is based on the modification development for the multiproduct EOQ-model that acknowledges the following factors: 1) the time value of money; 2) the possibility of deferred payment negotiated prior to placing an order; 3) specific nature of incoming payments with receipt of revenues from goods subsequent to their delivery; 4) the vehicle capacity; 5) the case of a company paying for its orders with revenues from the goods delivered. This article establishes sufficient conditions to be imposed on the length of deferred payment for the order and the acceptable delay in payment for goods making it possible to form required payments from the proceeds.
Hunan Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Hunan University Natural Sciences. 2023. P. X+1-X+11.
Development cycles of cities in the Siberian North
This chapter describes the development cycles of cities in the Siberian North. These cycles are typically connected to the boom-and-bust cycles in associated natural resource development. I discuss the oil and gas cities of the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug “Ugra,” the Yamal peninsula, the Yenisei North (Igarka, Dudinka), and Dickson on the northern sea route. Using ethnographic interviews, I analyze the characteristics of different phases of development and changes in the social sphere and the mood of citizens across these phases and geographic areas. I discuss on the peculiarities of urban development in Siberia based on different resource exploitation histories and the possibilities of moving to a post-raw material stage of development in the Siberian North.
In bk.: The Siberian World. Routledge, 2023. Ch. 24.
EXPLORING ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN PARKING OCCUPANCY RATE AT RESIDENTIAL ESTATES AND SPATIAL CHARACTERISTICS. THE CASE OF YEKATERINBURGFinancial losses due to low demand for parking spaces in garages at residential estates is a key motivation for this research. The purpose of this paper in particular is to statistically explore the relationship between parking occupancy rates and various factors on transport supply, characteristics of location and the building. The occupancy rate of parking was measured as the ratio of actual number of cars to total number of parking spaces. The fieldwork on counting occupied parking spaces was conducted 2 times per day during a week on a sample of 13 locations in different areas of a 1.4-million Yekaterinburg city in Russia. 4700 observed parking spaces give sample size of 173 records. Statistical analysis shows that the crow-fly distance to the city center as well as the number of public transport stops are strongly associated with occupancy rate for parking. Also, occupancy rate is much more affected by the type of parking ownership. Private owning means purchase of a parking space or renting it while public ownership suggests free access. So private parking means a 45% decline in occupancy compared to the public parking regime. Research provides empirical results and some theoretical underpinnings are also highlighted.
Urban and Transportation Studies. URB. НИУ ВШЭ, 2020. No. 9.
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