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Zvolen

 

a city in Czechoslovakia, in the Slovak Socialist Republic, on the Hron River. Population, 25,400 (1970). Zvolen is a railway junction; wood-products and machine-building industries are located here, as well as a lumber-technology institute.

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Proceedings of 57th International Convention of Society of Wood Science and Technology; Zvolen, Slovacia.
He then went to the town of Zvolen, home to the Technical University (TUZVO), which aims to become a center of excellence for peer-reviewed forestry science.
Selective set consists of 407 respondents, students and graduates of selected Slovak Universities (Technical University in Zvolen, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra, Alexander Dubcek University of Trencin).
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vedeckych prac DF TU Zvolen (Scientific Works of the Faculty of Wood Sciences and Technology TU Zvolen), Alfa Bratislava, Slovakia.
Charring rate of composite timber products, in Proceedings of Wood & Fire Safety 2000, Technical University of Zvolen, Slovak Republic, 353-363.
Faculty of Wood Sciences and Technology, Technical University in Zvolen, Department of Furniture and Wood Products, T G.
According to Dascanova, research partners from Europe and North America, including Louisiana State University, ETH Zurich, BOKU Vienna and Technical University in Zvolen, Slovakia, have been participating in the research sub-projects.
on Department of manufacturing technology and materials in Zvolen with collaboration with Department of industrial engineering in Zilina, are investigated new possibilities of metaheuristics algorithm improvement for assembly line balancing.
Several Iranian and Slovakian officials attended the award presentation ceremony at Zvolen Castle in central Slovakia, where Tehran's Ambassador to Bratislava Ali Amiri received the award on behalf of the director.
The 31-year-old has also played for Litvinov in his homeland, Slovakian sides Zvolen HKm and Skalica HK, Ufa Salavat Yulayev of Russia, Italians Ritten Renon and Dutch side Heerenveen Flyers.
Panuska from District Hospital Zvolen, in Slovakia.