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Cherepovets State University

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Cherepovets, Russia

Cherepovets State University is one of the most significant educational institutions in the Vologda region. It was founded in 1996 on the basis of the Cherepovets State Industrial Institute and Pedagogical Institute. The underlying principles of the university policy are to educate students in such a way that everyone has the opportunity to develop his greatest potential and to lay the ground for achieving success in life.The present-day generation value education largely as a means of reaching a higher standard of living. The youth believe that the more schooling a person has, the more money he or she will earn. The Cherepovets State University is trying to adapt to the needs of society and reflect the nation’s basic values and ideals.The Cherepovets State University consists of the following institutes: The Humanities Institute, The Institute of Pedagogics and Psychology, The Institute of Metallurgy and Chemistry, The Institute of Economics and Engineering and the Institute of Extra-Mural Education. The total number of the students at the university is more than 5000. The university graduates various specialists: teachers, economists, managers, programmers, ecologists, technologists, metallurgical, chemical and electric engineers and others.Admission into the University is based on performance of the Unified State Test. The UST supposedly measures the student’s ability to perform in a university setting. In addition an applicant is required to submit a written application and a school-leaving certificate .University life is an unforgettable and useful experience. It begins with a solemn ceremony of initiating freshmen into the students. The rector, vice-rectors and deans make fostering speeches and congratulate students on their new status. The monitors hand out student membership cards, student record books and library cards.First celebrations are followed by days of hard work. The curriculum is rather tough and many academic subjects are put into the timetable. Everyone tries hard to be diligent. Some students must pay tuition fees, the others may receive scholarships. Some enthusiastic and zealous students who want to be engaged in research take a postgraduate course; write Ph.D. theses and later doctoral ones.The University offers a lot of diverse extra-curricular activities. Among physical activities sport is one of the most popular. Students have different sport facilities at their disposal. Competitions in skiing, basketball, football are held at the University. The University publishes its own newspaper, which usually contains the latest news about the students’ life. If you want to learn more about The Cherepovets State University you can visit its museum in Corky Street, 14. Wikipedia.

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Garber E.A.,Cherepovets State University | Timofeeva M.A.,Cherepovets State University
Russian Metallurgy (Metally) | Year: 2016

New propositions are introduced into the technique of energy-force calculation of pinch-pass mills in order to determine the energy–force and technological parameters of skin rolling of cold-rolled steel strips at the minimum errors. The application of these propositions decreases the errors of calculating the forces and torques in a working stand by a factor of 3–5 as compared to the calculation according to the well-known technique, saves the electric power in the existing mills, and demonstrates the possibility of decreasing the dimensions of working stands and the power of the rolling mill engine. © 2016, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.


Maksimov A.,Cherepovets State University | Maksimova O.,Cherepovets State University
METAL 2015 - 24th International Conference on Metallurgy and Materials, Conference Proceedings | Year: 2015

The high efficiency of the polymer coating is achieved only by the proper choice of thermal and other conditions during the formation of its structure. The aim the work is to study only the initial stage of physical and chemical processes by the formation of the structure of polymer coating, namely, the creation of a primer adhesive layer after the application of monomer paint solution on the steel sheet before to the polymerization. In this work, the dynamic Monte Carlo method for the modified lattice Langmuir's model of adsorption was used. Time dependences of the sticking coefficient of monomers on the surface of the steel at the same and different heating rates of the metal sheet and the given values of the interaction constant of the monomers and the energy barrier are calculated. It's shown that there is an optimum temperature regime at which the adhesion of monomer coating on the surface of the metal sheet is maximal. The simulation results are confirmed by experimental data on study of adhesion strength of the primer layer from the poly-vinyl-butyral on the surface of steel sheet.


Barkov A.Y.,Cherepovets State University | Nikiforov A.A.,Cherepovets State University
Canadian Mineralogist | Year: 2016

The ∼3.5 km thick Kivakka complex (2.45 Ga) in northern Karelia hosts a zone of disseminated Pd-Pt-Ni-Cu mineralization near its base. The zone is related to a special or ''critical horizon'' and displays relative maxima in bulk-rock concentrations of Cu, Ni, Co, and Cr, in the ratios Cu:Ni, Cu:Zr, and 100Fe2O3/(FeO + Fe2O3), and elevated levels of Cr in ortho- and clinopyroxene, along with higher levels of incompatible Ti, V, and Zr. Early crystallizing minerals (highly magnesian pyroxenes and An-rich plagioclase) are associated in this zone with 1-10% (commonly 3 to 5%) base-metal sulfides (BMS) and interstitial phases [nearly pure Ab, chlorapatite, zircon, Fe-(Ti) oxides, etc.]. Apatite is characterized by extensive variations in Cl (both intragranular and intergranular), which attain the composition of chlorapatite (.6 wt.% Cl), not observed below the zone. The compositional trend of the apatite series is extensive; the content of F generally increases upward, whereas Cl decreases, with the observed maximum (3.3% F) near the top of the intrusion. The PGE-rich zone is inferred to have formed at the ''critical level'' as a consequence of a combination of several factors. Factor 1 represents an abrupt change in the sequence and character of cumulus phases; a massive crystallization of cumulate An75-81 is accompanied by a sharp decrease in the amount of orthopyroxene with cessation of crystallization of olivine. As a likely result, the remaining melt became substantially enriched in Cr. Alternatively, the Cr enrichment is related to an influx of a new portion of magma. Factor 2 represents a rise in levels of oxygen fugacity, f(O2). Factor 3 is displayed by the sharp increase in Cl in the intercumulus apatite; the fractionated melt well above this zone appears to be depleted in Cl. The sudden drop in Cl is attributed to degassing of the melt, from which a Cl-rich volatile phase exsolved, causing fractionation of Cl from F. Factor 4 involves an increase in levels of sulfur fugacity, f(S2), resulting in the deposition of the disseminated BMS in association with tiny grains of Pd-Pt bismuthotellurides and sperrylite. Thus, the formation of PGE mineralization appears to have proceeded in Kivakka as a sequence of processes and events, rather than as a result of a single factor or process during fractional crystallization of the complex.


Barkov A.Y.,Cherepovets State University | Martin R.F.,McGill University
Canadian Mineralogist | Year: 2016

We examine overall compositional ranges and substitutions of elements in intermetallic compounds of Pd, Pt, Cu, and Sn (cabriite, taimyrite, ''stannopalladinite'', and tatyanaite), on the basis of (1) new results based on electron microprobe analyses of these stannides from Noril'sk (Krasnoyarskiy kray, Russia) and Lukkulaisvaara (northern Karelia, Russia), and (2) data published in the literature on natural and synthetic stannides. These results are consistent with the existence of a single and extensive field of solid solutions of the stannides of Pd-Pt-Cu, related to cabriite-taimyrite and tatyanaite, with generalized formulae (Pd,Pt)2+xCu1-x(Sn,Sb) - (Pt,Pd)2+xCu1-x(Sn,Sb), where 0 , x , 0.5. In addition, the compositional ranges extend toward Fe- and Sb-dominant endmembers (unnamed) of the type (Pd,Pt)2+x(Fe,Cu)1-x(Sb,Sn). No miscibility gap is evident. An unlimited substitution of Pt-for-Pd appears to exist; in addition, Pd partly substitutes for Cu, whereas there is no evidence for the existence of a Pt-for-Cu substitution in these solid solutions. The stannides of Pd-Pt-Cu were likely deposited relatively late in the crystallization history of mineral associations, at low temperatures, likely as a result of a significant drop in temperature and increase in activity of Cu and Sn in a fractionated sulfide melt or a fluid phase. An atypical combination of relatively low levels of fugacities of O2 and S2 could account for the appearance of these rare compounds instead of common oxide or sulfide minerals, and could explain the observed scarcity of phases of the Pd-Pt-Cu stannides in nature.


Maksimova O.G.,Cherepovets State University | Maksimov A.V.,Cherepovets State University
Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry B | Year: 2017

Absorption of electromagnetic radiation in ordered ferroelectric and antiferro-electric systems in external electrical fields has been investigated by means of Monte Carlo method. The dependences of the areas of the hysteresis curves on the frequency of the field have been calculated. At the resonance frequency, there is a maximum of the area of the hysteresis curve; the position of this maximum depends weakly on the temperature and the constant of intra- and interchain inte-ractions, and its height increases with decreasing temperature and increasing the interaction energy between molecules. © 2017, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.


Minets D.,Cherepovets State University
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The present paper deals with the diaries of Alexander Blok dated 1901-1921 reflecting the process of the writer’s self-identification. During 20 years under the influence of various social and cultural situations Blok’s ‘Self-Conception’ is undergoing significant changes. The vector of these changes shows the complicated evolution of the Author’s ‘Self’. So purpose of the work is to explore the development of Bloks self-identification. The base of the author’s personal identity in the text is comprised of such conceptual dominants as ‘Beautiful Lady’, ‘Art’ (‘Creativeness’), ‘Intelligentsia’, where the first dominant, being the base of the creative life strategy, performs a hyperonymic function which also defines the attitude towards the others. The model of the author’s identity is defined by the following divergent communicative vectors: 1) Self/She, Self/Others as a marker of the positional social abstraction of Blok (individual => group => ontological oppositions); 2) Self/Alter Ego as a marker of reflective autocommunication; 3) Self/We as a marker of group self-categorization. This work represents not only an analysis of the Bloks creation, but also reflects the realities of the contemporary state of literary art and its influence on the poet. © 2016 Minets.


Nazmeeva T.V.,Cherepovets State University
Magazine of Civil Engineering | Year: 2013

Nowadays there is steady rising demand for thin-walled light-weight steel structures. But the shortage of relevant standards on their design and use taking into account Russian conditions leads to the current situation when thin-walled light-weight steel structures are used according to the recommended guidelines of thin-walled structures' producers. The author performed numerical and experimental investigations on general stability and bearing capacity of members of different length which are made of C-shaped profile and C-shaped perforated profile. The main aim of the investigations was to receive a reliable engineering methodology of their calculation. The author developed the testing methodology and designed two test beds ?-12 (1200mm/20t) and ?-50 (2200mm/50t) to perform the experimental investigation. Numerical solution for stability of thin-walled member made of C-shaped profile was received during the numerical simulation done in PLM Femap 10.1 Nastran. Subsequently the processing of research results will be continued in order to get the corresponding dependences for development of method for calculating thin-walled members under compression.


Artemenkov A.A.,Cherepovets State University
Human Ecology | Year: 2012

In the article, physical development and physical fitness of students in the large industrial city of Cherepovets, the North-West region, with bad ecological characteristics have been studied. There have been obtained data on dynamics of weight and height characteristics of young men and girls aged 18-21 y. o., there have been worked out standards of the students' physical development. It has been found that their height and body mass were changing with age generally in alignment. Deviations in physical development did not exceed 7.0 %. The level of physical fitness of the girls at the age of 18-20 y. o. was lower than the average level, and the young men's physical fitness was at the average level. After the attainment of the age of 21 y. o., the young men and girls showed the observable lower level of physical fitness. The best results in physical development of both genders were detected mainly in the spring time. According to the Rufe test, the young men at the age of 18 y. o. showed the average and high working ability, and the young men aged 21, showed the average working ability. The girls' working ability was estimated as good one.


Varfolomeeva Z.S.,Cherepovets State University | Surinov I.A.,Cherepovets State University
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

The purpose of this study is theoretical substantiation and experimental confirmation of importance of the Olympic education as a socialization factor of the preschoolers. To address the study issues, theoretical methods of analysis, generalization and systematization as well as personal and activity approaches were applied. The older preschoolers (n=70) participated in our study. For establishing a degree of connection between the level of Olympic education and socialization of children’s personality, a correlation analysis − calculation of Spearman's rank correlation coefficient – was used. The correlation analysis showed that the results of evaluation of Olympic education and socialization of the 6- to 7-year children has a reliable positive connection. Moreover, socialization of the preschoolers may be defined as individual, personal achievement of the Olympic education representing a balance of the appropriate understanding of sport, value of the Olympic culture, interests, and needs and value orientations defining so-called Olympic models of behavior.Results of the study can be used in the practice of subject teachers and preschool teachers; in the learning process of students, who study in sport-related higher schools; skills refreshment and re-training courses for coaches and physical training teachers. © 2016 Varfolomeeva & Surinov.


Vorobyov V.F.,Cherepovets State University
Human Ecology | Year: 2013

The assessment of dynamics of length and masses of a body of girls of 7-11 years trained at schools located in two districts of Cherepovets, different levels of pollution of atmospheric air was the purpose of our research. Under the patronage of the Committee for Physical Culture and Sport of the City Hall of Cherepovets within the city target program "Healthy city", assessment of the level of physical development of school pupils of the 1st - the 5th forms of Cherepovets has been carried out. Measurement of body length and mass was carried out with use of the standard anthropometrical methods by medical employees of schools. It has been established that on the termination of the primary school, the girls who were training at 6 schools of the Industrial area, have statistically authentically smaller body length and mass. Smaller sizes of a gain of dynamics of somatometric indicators have been found in them, in comparison with contemporaries who were trained at schools of the Zarechensky area.

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