I. M. Kuzmenko, PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor
V.M. Fridkin, Doctor of Engineering, Professor (Moscow State University of Railway Engineering (MIIT),
T.V. Tsykunova, PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor (Standing Committee of the Union State),
S.V. Bogdanov, Master of Engineering,
V.N. Medvedev, Master of Engineering,
S.N. Markov, engineer (ОАО Mostostoy),
N.S. Sysa, engineer (Protos Companies Group Holding),
B.N. Basharimova, engineer,
D.O. Kuzmenko, engineer.
The direction of the scientific research is in compliance with the priority areas of fundamental and applied scientific research in the Republic of Belarus for 2011-2015, specified by the executive order of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus No 585 of April 19, 2010 in the following paragraphs:
The objectives of the research are as follows:
The scientific basis was developed for creating a new type of welded structures made from composite bearing elements.
A fundamentally new innovative technology is offered to create multi-purpose modern structures for a variety of industries, which is in compliance with one of the key directions of modernization and technological development of the economy of the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation. The basis of this technology is formed by CBEBS protected by several patents, received by the Belarusian-Russian University.
The use of composite bearing elements in welded structures for various applications is substantiated by the fact that the technical and economic efficiency of a structure made from composite bearing elements increases with the increase of its specific metal content. Application of composite bearing elements in the construction of bridges and overpasses, as well as in reservoir production, is highly promising.
New scientifically grounded results determined the conditions for inseparable adhesion between concrete filling and reinforcement of composite bearing elements made from structural steel. Also, the methods were developed which predict strength of welded joints of structures and check continuity of adhesion between concrete and metal reinforcement of composite bearing elements during fabrication of welded joints at the assembly stage. The parametric equation was obtained which relates the geometric dimensions of protective elements that eliminate heating of concrete above the allowable temperature to the welding parameters during assembly, the maximum continuity of concrete filling being achieved.
The Belarusian-Russian University provides a customer with the technical documentation on CBEBS based on patents No 4082 (RB), No 2181406 (RF), No 4352 (RB) in accordance with the terms of license agreements for the right to use patents. We also design and calculate structural elements produced with CBEBS and assembly elements of transport modules and provide scientific and technical support in R&D.
Moscow State University of Railway Engineering (MIIT) performs expert appraisal of projects and renders scientific and methodological support for the project development.
JSC Mostostroy (Minsk) carries out project work in compliance with agreements and follows up construction and assembly operations.
Protos Companies Group Holding manufactures building units on their own production premises.