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Lobanova A.V.,State Research Institute of Chemical Reagents and Special Purity Chemical Substances IREA Russia | Stepanova T.I.,State Research Institute of Chemical Reagents and Special Purity Chemical Substances IREA Russia | Bulatitskii K.K.,State Research Institute of Chemical Reagents and Special Purity Chemical Substances IREA Russia | Bessarabov A.M.,R and nter Fine Chemicals
Russian Journal of General Chemistry | Year: 2015

The paper describes CALS-based systemic metrological studies related to the data reduction process using the example of photometric analysis for the amines content in an aqueous mixture of dimethylethanolamine, cyclohexylamine and morpholine. The results obtained in the course of the comparison show that the divergence between the results of different laboratories fall inside the CD 0.95 norm. In other words, results of all laboratories are acceptable. This conclusion together with intermediate data was entered in the Data Reduction Process subcategory of the CALS project. © 2015 Pleiades Publishing, Ltd. Source


Bessarabov A.,R and nter Fine Chemicals | Kvasyuk A.,R and nter Fine Chemicals
Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy | Year: 2015

Works in the area of the cybernetic researches in technology of the chemical reagents and high-purity substances (HPS) were carried out in the following four directions: system analysis in technology of HPS and synthesis of the optimal individual and flexible multi-assortment manufacturings; modeling and optimization of processes for the production of chemical reagents and HPS; creation of automated systems of scientific researches and control systems for the technological processes; development of the automated databases, expert systems of the artificial intelligence, and computer decision-making systems. During the development of strategy of the development of the chemical industry information technologies for the system analysis and rating estimation of innovative potential of 83 leading joint-stock and state ownership, R&D organizations were developed for the Ministry of industry of Russia. Also the system analysis of the innovation resources of the 165 leading industrial enterprises of chemical and petrochemical complex was carried out. © 2015 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Source


Bessarabov A.,R and nter Fine Chemicals | Trokhin V.,R and nter Fine Chemicals | Kazakov A.,R and nter Fine Chemicals | Zaremba G.,R and nter Fine Chemicals | Vendilo A.,R and nter Fine Chemicals
Chemical Engineering Transactions | Year: 2015

Among inorganic acids of the extra purity, an important role belongs to fluoric and hydrochloric acids used in atomic power engineering, microelectronics, fiber optics etc. The quality of an extra pure acid is determined by the content of limited microimpurities in it. When choosing purification methods those are preferred which limit possible additional contamination. For fine cleaning such processes as rectification (distillation), absorption, crystallization, ion exchange etc. are mainly used. In these processes, the extra pure acids are cleaned up to 10-6-10-8 % of separate impurities of the weight (Blyum et al., 2008). To get the specified acids we have developed the fine purification process with periodic rectification and absorption based on the international information standard ISO 10303. At the developing stage special attention paid to the possibility to use the same unit for cleaning both hydrochloric and fluoric acid. The main criterion for the implementation of this possibility is similarity of the processing conditions (Bessarabov, 2014). The developed technology is based on the standard apparatus modules where the distillation (rectification) and absorption modules are the main ones. The distillation (rectification) module is designed to be used at the final stage of producing the specified acids with qualification "extra purity". In this module the base products are cleaned from impurities which are effectively separated with this method (mainly cations of metals). Copyright © 2015, AIDIC Servizi S.r.l. Source


Bessarabov A.,R and nter Fine Chemicals | Kvasyuk A.,R and nter Fine Chemicals | Stepanova T.,R and nter Fine Chemicals | Sudarikova E.,R and nter Fine Chemicals | Vendilo A.,R and nter Fine Chemicals
Chemical Engineering Transactions | Year: 2015

At the present time, as a promising information technology, methods of the Continuous Acquisition and Life Cycle Support (CALS) concept are widely implemented (Bessarabov et al., 2012). The CALS concept is based on the complex of the unified information models and the standardization of methods for information access and correct information interpretation according to the international standard ISO 10303 (STEP). A series of CALS projects were developed for a number of technologies for producing special-purity substances (Bessarabov et al., 2007) and waste utilization (Kvasyuk et al., 2012); however, in all the cases, CALS methods were used only to create the project documentation. Copyright © 2015, AIDIC Servizi S.r.l. Source

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