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The Angarsk State Technical Academy is the center of education, science, and culture for the city of Angarsk and Angarsk regional area. Founder of AGTA is the Government of the Russian Federation. The right to conduct educational activity in the field of the higher, postgraduate education is fixed by the license #64670, registration #4571, beginning from the month of April, 18th day, 2005 year, awarded by the Russian Federal Agency of Education . Wikipedia.

Zhukovsky M.S.,Altai State Technical University | Fomina L.V.,Angarsk State Technical Academy | Beznosyuk S.A.,Altai State University
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy | Year: 2011

This article deals with nonequilibrium self-assembling and self-organizing processes of multilevel synthesis of hydrogen anode that are considered employing the methods computational nanotechnology. These processes include femtosecond quantum entanglement processing of carbon nanogel electrodes and fractal nanoparticle catalysts. This article also analyzes the results of the computer imitation of algorithmic nanoengineering of multilevel designing inside anode's nanopore of carbon nanogel nanocomposite with Ni nanoparticle catalysts. There are three levels of multilevel synthesis processing: quantum dynamics of atoms, quantum entanglement dynamics of nanosystems and classical dynamics of micropour systems. They obey the principals of self-assembling and self-organization on the level of nanosystems, that is the most basic one for self-managing operations. It demands the application of the most difficult quantum computer processing because of the corporative effects of quantum entanglement, which comply with specific quantum information processing. © 2010 Professor T. Nejat Veziroglu. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Source

Dolgushin M.V.,Angarsk State Technical Academy
Human Physiology | Year: 2012

Physiological characteristics of blood cells in workers exposed to long-term local vibration were studied. The total cell peroxidase activity, the level of the phagocytic response, neutrophil alkaline phosphatase and acid phosphatase activity levels, and glycogen content in neutrophils and lymphocytes were measured. Changes associated with a decrease in the functional metabolic parameters, depending on the duration of contact with vibrating tools and the severity of clinical symptoms, were detected. The detected differences in changes in cell response may reflect the specific features of the mechanisms of adaptive regulation. © 2012 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. Source

Sazonova N.A.,Angarsk State Technical Academy | Skripnikova N.K.,Tomsk State University of Architecture and Building
Journal of Physics: Conference Series | Year: 2015

The calculation of the raw-material mixtures and mineralogical composition of the cement clinkers which are synthezed on their base taking into account the disbalanced crystallization of the melting and glassing under conditions of the low-temperature plasma was performed. The difference of the actual values from the calculated ones is 0.69-3.73%. The composition which is characterized as the saturation coefficient 0,88; the silicate module - 3.34, the alumina module - 2.52 in melting of which the alite in amount 78.7%; 3CaO•SiO2 - 4%; 3CaO•Al2O3 - 9.8%; 12CaO•7Al2O3 -2.9%; CaOfree - 1% formed using the lime-stone from the quarry «Pereval» in the town of Slyudyanka and the clay from the deposit «Maximovski» in Irkutsk Region is considered as the optimal one. The structure of the melted clinker is represented as the metastable minerals of alite in the lamellar form with the dimensions up to (3-20) × (80-400) μm and the ratio of length to width 26.6-133. The elongated crystal form may stipulate the high cement activity based on the melted clinkers, which is 82.7-84.2 MPa. Valid- ing the revealed high activity of the viscous substance was confirmed by the results of the scanning electronic microscopy, X-ray phase analysis, with using of which the quantitative and qualitative analyses of the clinker minerals having the deformed crystalic lattice; were performed the morphology of the minerals in the clinker and cement stone, received on its ground, was studied. © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd. Source

Semenov I.A.,Angarsk State Technical Academy | Ul'yanov B.A.,Angarsk State Technical Academy | Kulov N.N.,RAS Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry
Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Engineering | Year: 2015

An analysis of the literature concerning the distillation of methanol–water, ethanol–water, and water–acetic acid mixtures has revealed marked differences between the efficiency of separation of the water–alcohol solutions and that of the water–acetic acid mixture. It is demonstrated that these differences are due to the effect of the nonequimolarity of the process on the mass transfer rate under distillation conditions. Taking into account the nonequimolarity effect for all of the mixtures has made it possible to correct the distillation tray efficiencies and to establish a unified correlation between the vapor-side volumetric mass transfer coefficient and the vapor flow rate in the column. © 2015, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. Source

Ulyanov B.A.,Angarsk State Technical Academy | Semenov I.A.,Angarsk State Technical Academy | Kulov N.N.,RAS Kurnakov Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry
Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Engineering | Year: 2011

An analysis of experimental data on the distillation of methanol-water, ethanol-water, and water-acetic acid mixtures is performed. A considerable difference in the efficiency of separating a water-acetic acid mixture and aqueous alcohol solutions is noted. This phenomenon is explained by the difference in the heats of evaporation of components of the studied mixtures and the associated nonequimolar counter-diffusion. Taking into account nonequimolar counter-diffusion made it possible to describe the dependence of mass transfer coefficients by a unified equation for all of the studied mixtures. © 2011 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. Source

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