APPLIED  INTERESTS

Here is a list of some of our proposals

DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES (advanced biomass gasification, biodiesel, chemical process intensification, silicon wafer cutting slurry recycling)

Cleaning of radioactive water contaminated with radioactive nuclides (for example, for the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant)

Portable Device for express control of food contaminated with radioactive nuclides


The device of thermal control over rotational elements of the aircraft engine during the flight   (we are confident that the device - see a short description below - will be of great interest to large aircraft constructing companies all around the world)

Contactless facilities for control and temperature measurement in metallurgical, coke-chemical and fire-resistent industries
The multi-purpose noticer (guard facility, fire-alarm facility, power saving unut).
Monitoring of gas/oil pipe-lines by airborne detectors in order to the revealing gas/oil escape.
Forest monitoring by airborne detectors with the object of early dispalying of local fires.
The device of thermal control over axle-boxes of locomotive/carriage wheeled couples of rolling stock (railway, tramway, metro).
The device for crime detection (for the express test of the manufacturing number of a moving car or the car engine).
Various radiometers.
The detector of early diagnostics of non-cancerous and cancerous growths in eyes.
The device for the measuring local temperature changes in the human body surface.
The express blood tester for ambulance.
There are other interesting elaborations, which will be much in demand on the market of new independent countries and other places of the world. For example: the measurement of the characteristics of various kinds of radiations; the exploring the Earth ground by spectroradiometer systems placed in aerospace apparatus; the metrological detections of full absorption by the use of a mirror hemisphere; the receiving of a transient power; the converter of IR radiation for the temperature measurement in rooms/chambers not easily accessible, etc.
   

Short description of the "gene of safety" - the device of thermal control over rotational elements of the aircraft engine during the flight

Inasmuch as aircraft crashes become more frequent, the problem of the safety of flying grows overwhelmingly important. The problem is burning for aviation of any country. The most commonly happening accident which leads to the catastrophe in the air (airplane, jet aircraft, helicopter) is a breakage of the aircraft engine that results in the dangerous heating of the engine. The overheat broken-down engine is characterized by unpredictable behavior: it jams, catches fire or even bursts up.

Modern methods of thermal control of rotational elements of the engine (for instance, turbine blades) are based on the use of microthermocouple with mercury contacts. This procedure is helpful only for checking the engine functioning in the steady state, i.e. during test installations on the ground. No control of the engine temperature during the flight! Pilots do not posses any information on the temperature of aircraft engine in the course of the flight. Thus there exists a very important problem to exercise a persistent reliable thermal control over rotational elements of the aircraft engine during the flight.

We propose a system for the thermal controlling the engine rotational elements in the structure of airborne equipment. In this case the pilot can monitor the reading of the corresponding scale and in the case of emergency the defective engine will immediately be switched off. The device can be elaborated on the basis of infrared detector having no direct contact with engine elements. The detector will register changes in thermal radiation of the engine's rotational elements, and then the signal will pass through an electronic block of data handling and go to the airborne equipment. For example, a temperature change in the turbine blades from 300 K to 1300 K should give a change in the thermal radiation flux from 50 to 104 W/m2. At the output of the detector we obtain the signal of the thermal flux that will significantly prevail over the noise amplitude from 102 to 105. The problem is very complicated by the sensitivity of the detector to vibrations and acoustic influences. This is just what takes place in the aircraft: while the motor is running, the level of noise is enormous and acoustic influences reach 120 phon. But we can apply a special recompense procedure, which will control the noise, - we have had already enough experience in removing the heavy acoustic influence.

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