International scientific conference: Theory and practice of the steel industry thermal processes.

Professor, Ph.D Mikhailo Gubynskyi (Ukraine, Dniepropetrovsk) presents the paper prepared jointly with Materials Research Centre, NMetAU and AETC: Furnaces for highly pure carbon-contained materials production. The conference in UFU, September 2012

Theory and practice of modern applied problems in the field of thermal processes in the steel industry broad application.

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Joint report of Materials Research Centre, NMetAU and AETC:

Furnaces for highly pure carbon-contained materials production at

International scientific conference in UFU,

Theory and practice of the steel industry thermal processes

September 19-21, 2012 Yekaterinburg

The conference reviewed the theory and practice of modern applied problems in the field of thermal processes in the steel industry of broad application. Namely, current problems of Heat engineering in the field of raw materials preparation. Current problems in the steel complex operating and means of their solving while designing and manufacturing of the heating furnaces. Current problems and means of their solving in the industrial ecology; current means and directions of the steel industry automating. Professor, Ph.D Mikhailo Gubynskyi (Dniepropetrovsk, Ukraine) has presented the report Furnaces for manufacturing of highly pure carbon materials, prepared jointly with Gubynskyi M. V., Fedorov S. S., Lyvitan N. V. as report co-authors (National metallurgic academy of Ukraine (NMetAU), Dniepropetrovsk, Ukraine. The paper was presented with participation of Barsukov I. V. (American Energy Technologies CO, Chicago, USA), Gogotsi O. G. and Brodnikovskiy N. P. (Materials Research Centre, Kiev, Ukraine).

Within the framework of the USA Department of Energy program Global Initiatives for Proliferation Prevention, National metallurgic academy of Ukraine (Dniepropetrovsk), Materials Research Centre (Kiev) and DO Yuzhnoye (Dniepropetrovsk), KIPT (Kharkiv), Institute of Gas of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine (Kiev) perform the projects (Р483, Р482) on the furnaces and devices designing for AETC technologies realization  in the field of carbon-contained materials production for the up-to-date power sources and new energy applications.  The joint paper presented by Prof. Gubynskiy was the result of the team hard work within the projects mentioned above.

 

МInternational Scientific conference in UFU, Theory and practice of thermal processes in the steel industry. September 19-21, 2012, Yekaterinburg, session hall General photo of the conference participants. September 19-21, 2012, Yekaterinburg, UFU ПProfessor, Ph.D Mikhailo Gubynskyi (Ukraine, Dniepropetrovsk) presents the paper prepared jointly with Materials Research Centre, NMetAU and AETC: Furnaces for highly pure carbon-contained materials production. The conference in UFU, September 2012
International Scientific conference in UFU, Theory and practice of thermal processes in the steel industry. September 19-21, 2012, Yekaterinburg, session hall
General photo of the conference participants. September 19-21, 2012, Yekaterinburg, UFU

Professor, Ph.D Mikhailo Gubynskyi (Ukraine, Dniepropetrovsk) presents the paper prepared jointly with Materials Research Centre, NMetAU and AETC: Furnaces for highly pure carbon-contained materials production. The conference in UFU, September 2012

The conference was held in the form of panel sessions:

1. «Heat and mass exchange in the dense furnaces and facilities»

2. «Current problems of the heat engineering and ecology of the steel industry»

3. «Control of the technological facilities thermal modes and informational technologies in the steel industry»

* Furnaces for highly pure carbon-contained materials producing // Gubynskyi M.V., Fedorov S.S., Lyvitan N.V., Barsukov I.V., Gogotsi O. G. and Brodnikovskyi N.P,

* The furnaces presentation

 

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