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On April 25, the annual international scientific and practical conference for students, graduate students, young scientists and researchers “Modern Technologies and Energy Economics” (STEE) took place. The event was held for the seventh time and was held remotely. Organizers are Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Belarusian National Technical University and Kazan State Energy University.

The words of greeting were delivered by the director of the Institute of Energy of St. Petersburg Polytechnic University Viktor Barskov, the head of the department of “Economics and Organization of Energy” of BNTU Tatyana Mantserova, and the vice-rector for development and innovation of KSUE Irina Akhmetova.

The moderator of the conversation was Olga Novikova, Associate Professor of the Higher School of Nuclear and Thermal Energy of the Institute of Energy, Associate Professor of the Higher School of Engineering and Economics of the Institute of Industrial Management, Economics and Trade. HSE students Alexey Grigoriev, Victoria Chernova and Ekaterina Konyaeva participated in the preparation of the conference.

In addition to traditional experts from SPbPU, BNTU and KSUE, this year the conference was attended by representatives of JSC Power Machines, BSTU Voenmekh and Moscow Energy University. They examined current issues in such areas as economics and management in the energy sector, modern aspects of thermal and nuclear energy, energy efficient technologies, IT technologies in the energy sector, and hydrogen energy.

The authors demonstrated different works: from the first experience of analytical research to materials at the level of doctoral dissertations. SPbPU Professor Nikolai Zabelin made a presentation on “Recycling the heat of exhaust gases from gas turbine units to generate electrical energy.” SPbPU graduate student Igor Repin spoke about increasing the efficiency of thermal power plants using heat pump technologies. BNTU senior lecturer Andrey Burov reported on modeling the emergency feedwater system in the ATHLET software. Associate Professor of KSPEU Semyon Livshits presented a report “Heat supply systems based on vortex heat generators.” The presentation by KGEU graduate student Igor Shorokhov was devoted to determining the boundaries of control parameters for critical flows of nonlinear viscous fluids in pipes and channels. BNTU senior lecturer Kirill Artemenko spoke about the power unit’s automatic power control system.

As a result of the conference, we accepted about a hundred articles for publication. I would like to note the commonality of interests in research topics, for example, digitalization and modeling of various processes and individual equipment of thermal power plants,” commented Olga Novikova, associate professor of St. Petersburg Polytechnic University.

In her concluding remarks, Olga Valentinovna proposed combining the research efforts of the universities that organized the conference, dedicated to forecasting the development of certain areas of energy. Representatives of BNTU supported the idea of jointly developing a feasibility study for the selection of types of reactor plants and the construction of the third power unit of the BNPP. BNTU employee Andrey Burov proposed to conduct joint reliability research on combined cycle gas plants at the Berezovskaya State District Power Plant.

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