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Reformatskaya I.I.,Moscow State University of Mechanical Engineering | Podobaev A.N.,Moscow State University of Mechanical Engineering | Ashcheulova I.I.,Karpov Physicochemical Research Institute NIFKhI | Begishev I.R.,Academy of State Fire Service | And 2 more authors.
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering | Year: 2014

Creation of a nitrogen atmosphere within a tank gas space with sulfurous oil leads to a reduction in steel corrosion rate and pyrophoric deposit formation rate. A reduction in oxygen content in the gas phase to a level of 3 vol.% or less makes it possible to avoid pyrophoric iron sulfide formation. © 2014 Springer Science+Business Media New York Source


Reformatskaya I.I.,Moscow State University of Mechanical Engineering | Podobaev A.N.,Moscow State University of Mechanical Engineering | Ashcheulova I.I.,Karpov Physicochemical Research Institute NIFKhI | Begishev I.R.,Academy of State Fire Service | And 2 more authors.
Chemical and Petroleum Engineering | Year: 2014

Creation of a nitrogen atmosphere within a tank gas space with sulfurous oil leads to a reduction in steel corrosion rate and pyrophoric deposit formation rate. A reduction in oxygen content in the gas phase to a level of 3 vol.% or less makes it possible to avoid pyrophoric iron sulfide formation. © 2014 Springer Science+Business Media. Source


Pitsyk V.V.,Academy of State Fire Service
Measurement Techniques | Year: 2016

The problem of probabilistic prediction of residual operating life of measurement equipment with parametric failures is investigated. A general analytical solution of the problem with an arbitrary finite number of defining parameters is presented. The obtained solution is applied to a practical example. © 2016 Springer Science+Business Media New York Source


Kholshchevnikov V.V.,Academy of State Fire Service | Samoshin D.A.,Academy of State Fire Service | Parfyonenko A.P.,Academy of State Fire Service | Belosokhov I.P.,Academy of State Fire Service
Fire and Materials | Year: 2012

This paper deals with research into the evacuation of children from pre-school educational institutions. The research was designed to determine possible values for their pre-movement time and to thoroughly investigate the parameters of their movement along the emergency escape routes. All the stages of the research conducted are described including the preparation and arrangements for the actual observation studies and the collection of basic empirical data and their statistical treatment. This includes the analysis of the pre-movement time for pre-school educational institutions, a theoretical analysis for establishing the relationships between speed and density of flows of children of different age groups during their upward and downward movement on stairs, through door openings, along horizontal routes at a normal walking speed, and while running. It also includes the categorization of movement by a degree of emotional state and psychological abilities of those people involved. The use of the results obtained for evacuation planning under various conditions in pre-school educational institutions is also discussed. Copyright © 2012 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Source

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