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Sergey Ivanovich Builo 

+7(951) 844-27-22

Senior researcher

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

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Website:
http://www.famous-scientists.ru/11263

Degree: Doctor of Sciences

Personal page in Russian:
https://sfedu.ru/person/bsi
Personal page in English:
https://sfedu.ru/en/person/bsi

Research interests:

The chief scientific researcher of the Institute of Mathematics, Mechanics, and Computer Science named after of I.I. Vorovich.

Dr. Hab. Physical and Mathematical Sciences.

Builo graduated from the Faculty of Physics of Rostov State (now the Southern Federal) University in 1972. Since 1983, he has headed the Laboratory of Acoustic Emission and, since 1990, the Department of Acoustics of Solids of the Vorovich Research Institute of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics (Southern Federal University). Currently, Builo S. I. is the chief scientific researcher of the Institute of Mathematics, Mechanics, and Computer Science named after of I.I. Vorovich.

Builo developed a theory and technique of reconstructing the true (emitted) parameters of a flow of acoustic-emission events from detected acoustic-emission signals and methods for quantitative assessment of the parameters of a flow of flaws and diagnostics of damage stages based on detected acoustic emission.

The results of Builo’s research have been used in the development of an acoustic-emission method for diagnosing the heat shielding of the Russian Buran spacecraft shuttle, the strength of the Tsar Bell in the Moscow Kremlin, and several other important articles and objects.

The results of his research in this field have been presented in two monographs and more than 260 articles.

Research projects:

  1. The creation of new Acoustic Emission Methods for identification and diagnosis of early stages of destruction of materials and constructions (1972-present).
  2. The creation of new Acoustic methods of the testing the dynamics of chemical reactions and physico-chemical processes in liquid mediums (2009- present)
  3. The creation of new methods of controlling the dynamics of impregnating porous materials with liquid (2012-present)