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Source: Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – Saint Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering – Alumni

Behind are the years of study, ahead are professional everyday life as specialists with higher education. Graduates of the Institute of Continuous Forms of Education of St. Petersburg State University of Civil Engineering were awarded diplomas in a solemn ceremony. This year, the institute graduated 392 bachelors, 43 specialists and 140 masters who studied through part-time and part-time forms of study. One bachelor and 44 masters received diplomas with honors.

Elena Alexandrova, director of the Institute of Lifelong Forms of Education of St. Petersburg State University of Civil Engineering, Ekaterina Enikeeva, deputy director of the IBFO, and Yulia Yakovleva, specialist of the 1st category, at the graduation ceremony

“The graduates received a document on higher education from one of the oldest technical universities in Russia, which occupies the top lines in a number of rankings. Within the walls of our university you can continue your professional education, improve your qualifications at the Institute of Further Education, and undergo retraining. Part-time and part-time students deserve special respect because they have to combine their studies with their main activity. But they are interested in professional development, improving their professional competencies, so I wish them career growth,” said Elena Alexandrova, director of the Institute of Lifelong Forms of Education.

The IBFO recognized the authors of the best final qualifying papers. Among them is the holder of a diploma with honors, a graduate of the Department of Heat, Gas Supply and Ventilation, Alexey Volchenkov. “Alexey developed the project “Heating of a residential building in St. Petersburg”, using modern calculation programs and presenting a detailed analysis of the parameters of the internal microclimate that correspond to the normal well-being of people,” explained the scientific supervisor, associate professor, Ph.D. Kirill Sukhanov.

The development of a graduate of the department of operation of transport-technological machines and complexes, Marcel Nurtdinov, within the framework of the graduate work has already been evaluated in practice. He developed a project for a tire fitting section for passenger cars as part of the EuroAuto service station, located in St. Petersburg. As explained by his scientific supervisor, associate professor, candidate of technical sciences. Igor Chernyaev, the author, completed a project based on the enterprise where he works and solved a specific production problem. “There is information about the successful implementation of the results of work in the activities of the enterprise,” Igor Chernyaev clarified.

Among the best is the work of Artyom Prokopenko, a graduate of the Department of Reinforced Concrete and Stone Structures. He developed a project for a multi-storey residential building made of monolithic reinforced concrete in St. Petersburg.

“The author of the project was involved in the development of the architectural part, as well as the calculation and analysis of the results of the calculation of the building model in the SCAD software package. Technological and organizational problems related to calendar planning of the construction process were solved,” explained the scientific supervisor, associate professor, candidate of technical sciences. Vladimir Popov.

The theme of the thesis for a graduate of the Department of Highways, Bridges and Tunnels, Elena Andryushchenkova, is “Improving the technology for the production of asphalt concrete mixtures at an asphalt concrete plant.”

Elena’s scientific supervisor, senior lecturer, Ph.D. Nikolai Kozak noted that this topic is relevant and significant both theoretically and practically. According to him, within the framework of this work, research was carried out to improve the properties of bitumen by regulating its structural and rheological characteristics through the use of various modifying additives and the introduction of dry additives into the asphalt concrete mixture.

“The author gave recommendations for improving the technology for the production of asphalt concrete mixtures at an asphalt concrete plant using dry injection modifiers and identified the prospects for further development of the research topic in the field of modifying asphalt concrete mixtures towards its practical application on roads,” explained Nikolai Kozak.

A graduate of the Department of Construction Technology Anastasia Utkina (scientific supervisor Professor Andrey Egorov) in her work “Construction of a residential building using additive technology” proposed the use of 3D printers for laying concrete mixture without formwork when constructing the walls of a building.

A graduate of the Department of Ground Transport and Technological Facilities, Alexander Smirnov, as part of the scientific research project, designed an engine design with the development of a system for changing the compression ratio to increase the performance and efficiency of its operation.

“The results of this final qualifying work are of practical significance and play an important role in the operation of ground transport and technological machines. The results obtained made it possible to increase labor productivity, reduce other costs for both repair and maintenance of NTTS, which is confirmed by calculations of technical and economic indicators and economic efficiency indicators performed in the work. The commission noted the thesis as one of the best and recommended its author to enter graduate school,” said the supervisor, associate professor, doctor of technical sciences. Elena Kurakina.

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