Resita

Reşiţa

(rĕ`shētsä), Hung. Resiczabánya, city (1990 pop. 110,519), W Romania, in the Banat, in the western foothills of the Transylvanian Alps. It is a railroad terminus and a leading Romanian mining and industrial center. The production of iron and steel, engines, and metal goods are the leading industries. Coal and manganese are mined nearby. Reşiţa was known in Roman times as a mining center for precious metals. The modern city was founded in 1768, when the first foundry was established.
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Reşiţa

 

a city in southwestern Rumania, capital of the judeƫ (district) of Caraş-Severin. Population, 71,500 (1973). Reşiƫa is a transportation junction. Its largest enterprise is the Reşiƫa Metallurgical Combine. The city produces heavy machinery used in electric power generation, metallurgy, metalworking, and the petroleum industry. Building materials are manufactured. Reşiƫa also has chemical and food-processing industries.

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Maraming bumibili dito na walang resita ng doctor,' Dimaporo said.
(%) ticks (nymphs, males, positive, by females) bacterial species Borrelia miyamotoi Cugir (Alba) 19 (8, 4, 7) 0 Vladimirescu (Arad) 17 (0, 5, 12) 0 Bicaci (Bihor) 23 (12, 5, 6) 0 Bistrita (Bistrita-Nasaud) 30 (0, 10, 20) 0 Poiana Marului (Brasov) 66 (0,10, 56) 2 (3.03) Vultureni (Cluj) 44 (3, 10, 31) 1 (2.27) Micesti (Cluj) 62 (0, 15, 47) 1 (1.62) Resita (Caras-Severin) 21 (0, 10, 11) 0 Corund (Harghita) 59 (7, 17, 37) 0 Bistra (Maramures) 26 (1, 10, 15) 0 Icland (Mures) 37 (6, 5, 26) 2 (5.41) Medias (Sibiu) 12 (2, 4, 6) 1 (8.33) Ratesti (Satu Mare) 22 (7, 10, 15) 0 Lugoj (Timis) 30 (0, 11, 19) 0 Total 468 (46, 126, 296) 7 (1.5) Locality (county) No.
"Eftimie Murgu" University of Resita, Department of Mechanics and Materials Engineering, Traian Vuia Sq., no.1-4, 320085 Resita, Romania, E-mail: d.nedelcu@uem.ro
The sales arm grew the number of eligible consumers to 3,807 and reported a 14 percent increase in revenues to RON 1.6 billion (EUR 359 million).CEZ completed last year its 600MW wind farm in the Dobrogea region, which generated revenues of RON 443 million (EUR 99.4 million).The company allotted RON 69 million (EUR 15.4 million) in capex for the retechnologization of its hydropower units of 20MW in Resita.Source: Business Review
During the period between the two world wars, Oradea, together with Arad, Bucharest, Cluj, Resita and Timisoara, was on of the cities with the most advanced football in Romania.
On the one hand, there are the towns of the Banat Mountain Region (Hunedoara, Resita, Otelu Rosu and Calan), developed largely in the second half of the 19th century on the basis of the local resources (iron ores in the Poiana Rusca Mountains, bituminous coal in the Petrosani Basin and the Banat Mountains); on the other hand, new profile towns emerged (Galati, Calarasi and Targoviste) based on imports from the former Soviet space, their reason for development being the location on the lower course of the Danube (in the first two cases), and the relationship between the administrative and industrial functions (in the case of three of them), as they were given the administrative seat status also led to iron-and-steel estates being planted therein (see Figure 2).
Because of the industrial-agricultural profile of the Sasca Montana area, the population has migrated to the area's main centers: Oravita, Resita and Timisoara.
Marta, C., Numerical methods of simulation of casting and solidification of metal alloys, Eftimie Murgu Publishing House, Resita, 2005.
Amariei "Eftimie Murgu" University of Resita, Center of Advanced Research, Design and Technology, 1-4 Traian Vuia, 320085, Resita, Romania, e-mail: d.amariei@uem.ro
The group of10 children aged from 12 to 18 will head to Resita, in the west of the former Communist country.