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Nina Ivanovna Buravchuk 

+7(863) 297-52-24

+7(960) 444-55-53

Senior researcher

Institute of Mathematics, Mechanics, and Computer Science named after of I.I. Vorovich

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Degree: Candidate of Sciences

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Research interests:

The main areas of research are focused on construction industry and energy (briquet fuel). One of the research areas is connected with the development on the basis of technogenic raw materials of composite materials of a wide range with the given construction and technical properties and performance characteristics. The second direction relates to the development of technology for briquetting fine-grained carbon-containing coal waste and woody-vegetable residues in order to produce fuel briquettes for the boiler houses of the housing and communal services and power generation facilities, for burning in railroad cars, household furnaces of the population, fireplaces and other small-scale power plants power.
Most of the developments were successfully tested in production conditions.
Practical implementation of the laboratory's research can help expand the raw material base of the construction industry and replenish the construction materials market with new efficient materials. The organization of production of conditioned fuels will make it possible at least partially to reduce the growing deficit of coal, primarily for heating appliances in the municipal sector and fuel assemblies of industrial energy

Research projects:


           Project manager:

           Innovative project: "Investigation of the" adsorbent-adhesive system "and development of technology for briquetting coal waste." Grant of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation. 2002-2004

          Innovative project: "Development of technology for obtaining fuel briquettes from coal waste, vegetable waste of agriculture and woodworking industry", Grant of the Administration of the Rostov Region

          An environmentally friendly binder and a universal technology for obtaining competitive composite fuel from coal cleaning waste, waste from processing plant products of agriculture and woodworking industry has been developed. In the domestic practice there are no enterprises for the production of fuel briquettes from anthracite scraps and coal fines. One of the reasons is the lack of environmentally friendly, affordable and inexpensive binders. The fuel produced by the developed technology, according to consumer properties, is not inferior to ordinary coal used for combustion in municipal and industrial combustion devices, and in some respects it exceeds it.

          A distinctive feature of the developed technology is the ability to regulate the technical characteristics and physical and mechanical properties of composite briquette fuel in accordance with customer requests and market needs, to receive fuel briquettes of different grades, primarily ash.


         Innovative project: Innovative project: "Development and verification of the technology of application of non-metallic building materials from burned rocks of mine dumps in road construction".

         A technology for the production of non-metallic materials and the use of new materials from the mine dump rocks in the construction of an earthen cloth, constructive layers of road clothes, in the formulations of heavy and fine-grained cement and asphalt concrete are proposed.
Pilot sections of access roads and technological roads, sidewalks are made. During their operation for several years, there were no serious damages and deviations from the required parameters when checking the quality of materials used in road structures from technogenic raw materials.


         Innovative project: "Effective building materials from local technogenic raw materials".
Studies on the project are carried out on an agreement basis.

          Physicochemical methods and prescription and technological methods have been developed that allow building materials with a given set of properties and technical characteristics on the basis of ash and slag wastes and mine dump rocks. The developed resource-saving technologies are intended for manufacturing a wide range of construction materials and products with high consumer properties and performance characteristics. The scientific level of the results obtained for the project is comparable to that of the world, and in some respects it surpasses similar foreign developments in this field of science. Products manufactured using the developed resource-saving technologies are 25-30% lower in cost compared to similar products made from traditional raw materials.
         Technological regulations and normative documents for the use of mine dumps and ash-and-slag wastes in building materials technology have been developed.