Kuban State University of Technology

Krasnodar, Russia

Kuban State Technological University , also referred to as Kuban State University of Technology, located in Krasnodar, is one of the first higher educational institutions established in the southern region of Russia. It was founded on 16 June 1918 as the North-Caucasian Polytechnic Institute. Professor Boris L.Rosing, - a worldwide known physicist, the inventor of electronic television, - was one of the founders of the University. Wikipedia.

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Rusinov P.O.,Kuban State University of Technology | Blednova Z.M.,Kuban State University of Technology
Materials Science Forum | Year: 2013

Results of an experimental research on formation of surface layers from a material with shape memory effect (SME) three-componental structure on the basis of TiNiCu combined method including mechanical activation and a plasma dusting in vacuum are presented. It is shown, that the plasma dusting in vacuum of three-componental system TiNiCu allows to receive surface layers in nanostructure condition practically of any thickness. The structure, chemical and phase structure of blankets TiNiCu provide display SME. The average size of grain of coverings TiNiCu fluctuates within 20-200 nanometers. It is experimentally shown, that superficial modifying TiNiCu raises durability of a steel 45 at multicyclic loading on ~30-45 %, and wear resistance in 2,5 3 times. © (2013) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

Stroganova T.A.,Kuban State University of Technology | Vasilin V.K.,Kuban State University of Technology | Elizarova E.A.,Kuban State University of Technology
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds | Year: 2011

A new method is proposed for the production of derivatives of thieno[2,3-b]pyrrole on the basis of acid-catalyzed recyclization of the furan ring in 2-R-amino-3-furfurylthiophenes. It was established that the direction of the transformations occurring under the influence of a mixture of hydrochloric and acetic acids and also the structure of the obtained compounds depend on the nature of the protecting group. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.

Blednova Z.M.,Kuban State University of Technology | Rusinov P.O.,Kuban State University of Technology
Nanotechnologies in Russia | Year: 2010

The combined method for the formation of nanostructured surface layers of materials with the shape memory effect (SME), which consists of the plasma deposition of a mechanoactivated powder and the subsequent two-stage thermomechanical treatment with intermediate annealing, is discussed. A multipurpose installation that allows running the total work cycle is designed. The governing parameters are determined; the optimum process conditions contributing to the formation of a nanostructure surface layer with the SME are specified. Using the example of a thermomechanically operated detachable joint, we show that it is possible and economically feasible to use the surface modification of pieces with materials with the SME. © 2010 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Vasilyeva I.,Kuban State University of Technology | Vasilyeva Y.,Kuban State University of Technology
8th International Conference on Information Warfare and Security, ICIW 2013 | Year: 2013

The progress of modern information technologies makes any society very vulnerable. Each breakthrough of mankind into the future fails to release it from the weight of past mistakes and unresolved problems. When economic wars due to the integration of national economies become too dangerous and unprofitable, global military conflict is capable of leading to the extinction of all life on the planet. The war gets new directions and qualities: information warfare with a great thirst for comfort in it. Today information resources have become the wealth of the country like its minerals, production and human resources. The rapid development of informatization worldwide, specifically in the USA, China and Russia, and its penetration into all spheres of the vital interests of an individual, society and the state, have caused, besides doubtless advantages, the emergence of a number of significant problems. The urgent necessity to protect the information along with being protected from it has become one of them. Considering that nowadays economic potential is increasingly defined by the level of development of the information structure, the potential vulnerability of economy from information influences grows in proportion. Turning information into a commodity has led to a sharp aggravation in international competition for possessing the information markets, technologies and resources; the information sphere considerably determines and greatly affects the economic, military, social, political and other components of the national security of the country. Information has become a global, inexhaustible resource and mankind has entered a new era of civilization - the era of serious exploitation of this resource. This is no longer the world where the material base was the subject of fierce rivalry. Now the key to success will be in the proper management of information capacity, i.e., strategic planning. Information is truly the foundation of life! The geopolitical confrontation and information warfare between the United States and China will be a major factor in world politics in the twenty-first century. This increasing tendency is pushing Russia towards further increasing the development of information warfare along with ensuring national security; the formation of an open dialogue between civilizations; and resistance to the threat of conflict in the field of information. Exhaustion of natural resources of the planet, their consumption and growth of the population do not contribute to the reduction of information warfare. Therefore, the positions of Russia, the United States and China will be strengthened due to deeper integration into the world information space. This paper has highlighted the quintessence of what causes the great thirst towards reaching information comfort and leadership, along with information warfare terrifying serious threats and modern global geopolitical tendencies.

Zaporozhets E.P.,Kuban State University of Technology | Shostak N.A.,Kuban State University of Technology
Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A | Year: 2016

A model of hydrate formation in multicomponent gas–liquid water or ice systems including the exo- and endothermic processes has been suggested. Based on this model, a method for calculating the molecular and energy parameters such as the hydration number, amount of moles of hydrate, amount of gas and water in it, its density and molar mass, and the energy and rate of hydrate formation was developed. A comparison of the calculated and experimental values of the parameters revealed that the difference between them varied from 0 to 5.46%. © 2016, Pleiades Publishing, Ltd.

Blednova Z.M.,Kuban State University of Technology | Rusinov P.O.,Kuban State University of Technology | Stepanenko M.A.,Kuban State University of Technology
Advanced Materials Research | Year: 2014

The results of a study of the effect of surface modification of steel materials with shape memory effect based on TiNi, TiNiCu, and NiAl on the functional and mechanical properties of the samples are reported. Experimental studies have shown the efficiency of the developed technologies. A substantial increase in wear resistance, and friction durability under cyclic loading was found. It is shown that the most universal characteristic of wear-fatigue properties is adaptability, which is determined by the multi-fractal structure of the parameterization. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

Blednova Z.M.,Kuban State University of Technology | Rusinov P.O.,Kuban State University of Technology | Yurkova A.P.,Kuban State University of Technology
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2014

The results of experimental studies on the formation of the surface layers of a material with shape memory effect (SME) based on TiNi deposition of Pb-Bi melt at a temperature gradient of 600-1100 °C in an argon atmosphere. It is shown that this method allows to obtain uniform surface layers in nanostructured state and almost any thickness can be used for the formation of coatings on the interior surfaces of products of any shape with the stress concentrators. Structure, chemical and phase composition of the surface layers provide a manifestation of TiNi shape memory. The average grain size of TiNi coatings ranges between 60 ÷ 160 nm. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

Blednova Z.M.,Kuban State University of Technology | Rusinov P.O.,Kuban State University of Technology
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2014

The results of a study of the effect of the composition "steel-nanostructured surface layer of a material with shape memory effect TiNi, TiNiCu" on wear-fatigue characteristics of the samples are reported. Formation compositions performed by plasma spraying and high-speed flame spraying. Experimental studies have shown the efficiency of the developed technologies. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

Fedoseenko V.O.,Kuban State University of Technology
Russian Engineering Research | Year: 2012

A method is proposed for determining the optimal set of replaceable gears for metal-cutting machines as a function of the required machining precision. © 2012 Allerton Press, Inc.

Serdyuk O.,Southern Federal University | Butin A.,Kuban State University of Technology | Abaev V.,North Ossetian State University
Journal of Fluorine Chemistry | Year: 2010

In spite of a large number of publications describing the preparation of fluorinated furan derivatives, there is no systematized overview of the methods of their synthesis. In the present work we try to fill this gap and review the main schemes of syntheses of fluorofurans and perfluoroalkylfurans which contain a perfluoroalkyl group in the heterocycle and in the α-position of the carbon chain of substituents in the furan ring. © 2009 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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