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Izhevsk State Technical University
- FoF.NMP.2010-2 Supply chain approaches for small series industrial pro-duction; FoF.NMP.2010-3 Intelligent, scalable, manufacturing platforms and equipment for components with micro- and nano-scale functional features
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Izhevsk State Technical University
Studencheskaya Street, 7 426069, Izhevsk, RF
Basic Research and Educational Center of Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy (BREC CPM) established by Udmurt Scientific Center of Ural Division of Rus-sian Academy of Science and Izhevsk State Technical University
Kodolov Vladimir Ivanovich, Head of Department of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Director of BREC CPM, Doctor of Chemical Science, Professor; Petrova Victoria Valerevna, Coordinator of International Projects and Pro-grams, PhD
Nanosciences, nanotechnologies, materials and new production technologies (NMP)
FoF.NMP.2010-2 Supply chain approaches for small series industrial pro-duction; FoF.NMP.2010-3 Intelligent, scalable, manufacturing platforms and equipment for components with micro- and nano-scale functional features
Short description of the organization (max 12 lines):
Izhevsk State Technical University (ISTU) was founded in 1952. Today over 20,000 students are getting education at its 12 faculties and 5 branches in other towns of the Udmurt Republic (UR) and neighboring regions, over 900 academic and scientific staff are reading lecturers and doing fundamental and applied research.
The research team of BREC CPM consists of the scientists of 2 academic institutes and 4 higher educational institutions of Izhevsk, including the head one – ISTU, as well as the researchers from Yekaterinburg, Moscow and Saint-Petersburg. The works in the field of nanostructure obtaining with the techniques proposed have been carried out since 1998. 6 patents have been issued, 2 applications for invention have been submitted, over 200 papers have been published, 3DSc, 4 PhD and 2 MSc dissertations have been defended. Currently MSc and PhD students in nanomaterial science are trained.
The team of BREC CPM is ready to consider all proposals on the implementation of mutual approaches that envisage the adaptive manufacturing system for obtaining carbon metal-containing nanostructures in nanoreactors, as well as the proposals on research in adjacent fields.
To arrange the adaptive manufacturing system for obtaining carbon metal-containing nanostructures in nanoreactors of polymeric matrixes the following tasks have to be fulfilled:
to modify computational programs based on quantum chemistry and molecular mechanics to prognosticate the parameters of nanoreactors of polymeric matrixes to obtain certain nanostructures with known characteristics from the corresponding chemical raw material;
to define the mechanism and develop the technique for obtaining carbon metal-containing nanostructures in prognosticated nanoreactors of corresponding polymeric matrixes;
to develop the methods for controlling the processes of obtaining carbon metal-containing nanostructures at all stages of the technological chain;
to adapt the equipment at chemical plants to the technique for obtaining carbon metal-containing nanostructures in nanoreactors of polymeric matrixes;
to create an automated system for controlling the adaptive production of carbon metal-containing nanostructures in nanoreactors of polymeric matrixes.
These tasks can be fulfilled with the participation of teams of qualified mathematicians, physicists, chemists, biologists, mechanical engineers, process engineers, ecologists and programmers and young researchers.
Carbon metal-containing nanostructures obtained differ by their shape, size and properties, depending on the production conditions. By the perspective technique being developed the following products can be preferably obtained:
carbon or polymeric nanofilms with different defects with crystals of metals or their compounds on the surface;
nanowires filled with 3d metals or their compounds;
“scrolls” with nanocrystals between surfaces;
“beads” with metals inside, etc.
The nanoproducts obtained have magnetic susceptibility, electric conductivity and increased activity in media and compositions when they are used as modifying additives or sorbents. When nanostructures are used as modifiers in super small quantities (hundredth or thousandth of percent) in compositions, this results in significant improvement of characteristics of modified materials.
The team of BREC CPM can contribute to the proposed project in the following areas:
conducting the computational experiment;
investigating the processes of nanoproducts and nanostructures obtaining at all synthesis stages;
defining the morphology and composition of the nanoproducts obtained with transmission electron microscopy, electron diffraction, atom force microscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy;
developing the hardware for the technological chain and adaptive manufacturing system in general.
The team of BREC CPM can participate in the entire project and carry out the following works:
Development of the nanoreactor models extending the range of polymeric matrixes, including inorganic and composite ones.
Development of the new ways for obtaining carbon metal-containing nanostructures in nanoreactors of polymeric matrixes.
Development and assimilation of new methods to control the processes and semi-products at each stage of nanoproduct obtaining.
Spectroscopic, electron-microscopic and diffraction investigations of structures and compositions of nanoproducts obtained.
Investigation and prognosticating of the properties of nanoproducts obtained (electric, magnetic, physical and mechanical, sorption, etc) to define the range of their applications.
Development of the technique and hardware for the technological chain in adaptive system for the production of carbon metal-containing nanostructures in nanoreactors of polymeric matrixes.
Development and assimilation of automated and control systems in the production process.
metal-containing nanostructures nanoreactors quantum chemistry polymeric matrixes automated control of nanoproduct manufacturing
Publications on the topic (other references)
A.M. Lipanov, V.I. Kodolov, N.V. Khokhriakov, A.A. Didik, V.V. Kodolova, N.V. Semakina. Problems of the creation of nanoreactors for the synthesis of metallic nanoparticles in carbon shells. // Chemical physics and mesoscopy, 2005. V. 7. № 1. P. 113–120.
N.V. Khokhriakov, V.I. Kodolov. Quantum-chemical modeling of nanostructure formation. // Nanotechnics, 2005. № 2. P. 108–112.
V.А. Krutikov, A.A. Didik, G.I. Yakovlev, А.Yu. Bondar, V.I. Kodolov. Composite material with nanoreinforcement. // Alternative eneregtics and ecology, 2005. № 4. P. 36–41.
L.G. Makarova, I.N. Shabanova, V.I. Kodolov, N.S. Terebova, N.V. Semakina. X-ray electron investigation of carbon metal-containing nanostructures obtained from polymers in condensed medium. // Bulletin of AS, ser.phys., 2005. V. 69. № 4. P. 573–576.
V.V. Kodolova, V.I. Kodolov, V.А. Denisov, L.G. Makarova, Е.G. Volkova. Obtaining of nanoproducts using the metallurgical wastes (on the example of metallurgical dust). // Nanotechnics, 2007. № 1. P. 42–45.
V.I. Kodolov, А.Yu. Bondar, А.P. Kuznetsov. Production technology of carbon metal-containing nanostructures in nanoreactors of polymeric matrixes (on the example of PVA). // Nanotechnics, 2007. № 1. P. 38–41.
V.I. Kodolov, N.V. Khokhriakov, А.P. Kuznetsov, V.А. Krutikov, V.V. Kodolova. Perspectives of nanostructures and nanosystems application when creating composites with prognosticated behavior. // Novel materials and technologies for space rockets and space development. Space challenges in 21st century. – Moscow: Torus Press, 2005. P. 201–205.
V.I. Kodolov, N.V. Khokhriakov, V.V. Trineeva, I.I. Blagodatskikh. Activity of nanostructures and its display in nanoreactors of polymer matrixes and active media. // Chemical physics and mesoscopy, 2008. V. 10. № 4. P. 448–460.
V.V. Trineeva, V.I. Kodolov, V.А. Denisov, Е.G. Volkova. Investigation of the formation processes of carbon metal-containing nanostructures in nanoreactors of polyvinyl alcohol gels using non-ferrous metallurgical dust. // Chemical physics and mesoscopy, 2008. V. 10. № 4. P. 461–466.
N.V. Semakina, Yu.М. Vasilchenko, V.I. Kodolov, L.F. Akhmetshina, D.А. Shklyaeva. Obtaining of carbon metal-containing nanostructures to modify materials used in AIC. // Nanotechnics, 2009. № 2. P. 77–79.
Patents: Pat. RF 2169699; pat. RF 2221744; pat. RF 2223218; pat. RF 2225835; pat. RF 323876; pat. RF 2337062.
Description of previous and present experience in International Cooperation
Project INTAS-97-30810 “Stimulated carbonization, resulting the formation of carbon nanotubes with metal atoms and ions” was carried out together with the researchers of HEI-Academic Department of Physicochemistry and Mechanics of Polymers of Udmurt Research Center, UrD RAS and ISTU, Institute of Chemical Physics RAS, modeling group of Granada University and Institute of Physical and Theoretical Chemistry of Leipzig University. In the course of project realization the Izhevsk group developed a new method of obtaining metal nanostructures in carbon shell. On the research results 3 patents were issued, 3 dissertations were defended (one in Granada University), 19 papers were published (6 in international journals), 14 abstracts, 3 international reports. Based on HEI-Academic Department the Basic Research and Educational Center of Chemical Physics and Mesoscopy, comprising 4 HEIs of Izhevsk, 2 academic institutes, and Research and Educational Center with the participation of Granada and Leipzig Universities was established in 1998. FP6 - Re-engineering of natural stone production chain through knowledge based processes, eco-innovation and new organizational paradigms / I-STONE
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