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Journal Kompetentnost': 187 / 7 / 2021


  • 1
    Methodological Support of Technical and Economic Assessment of Measures for Unification
    Authors: A.V. Leonov, FSBI 46 Central Research Institute of Russia Defense Ministry, Prof. Dr., alex.clein51@yandex.ru 
    A.Yu. Pronin, FSBI 46 Central Research Institute of Russia Defense Ministry, Assoc. Prof. Dr., pronin46@bk.ru
    We analyzed the terminological base used in the unification of ECP, and found that when assessing the level of unification, it is necessary to take into account the systemic property of unification, namely: the relationship of the unified object with another object (objects), which is the main prerequisite for the emergence of various synergistic technical and economic effects; introduced a new concept of unification potential to quantify the possibility of the created HTP products (a set of products) for unification, established its basic principles and directions; identified the main stages of the program-targeted planning of work on the creation and modernization of the HTP, taking into account the measures for unification; developed a methodological support for the technical and economic assessment of measures for unification at the stages of program-targeted planning of work in the creation and modernization of high-tech products. Two methods for assessing unification are proposed: the first method is based on assessing the economic effect, and the second is based on assessing the efficiency coefficient of the use of high-tech products associated with the unification indicator.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2021-7-04-15

  • 2
    Estimation of Uncertainty in Determining the Strength of Materials’ Characteristics
    Authors: V.G. Kutyaykin, Nizhny Novgorod Branch of FSAEI FVT Academy for Standardization, Metrology and Certification (Training) (FSAEI FVT ASMS), Assoc. Prof. PhD, asms-nn@mail.ru 
    P.A. Gorbachev, Nizhny Novgorod Branch of FSAEI FVT ASMS, PhD
    The methodological foundations for assessing the uncertainty of the results of mechanical tests of materials using measuring equipment are stated. We believe that estimates of standard and expanded uncertainty should not be presented with excessive precision. Typically, two significant digits are sufficient, although in some cases it may be necessary to store more significant digits to avoid rounding errors in subsequent calculations. The authors presented a variant and an example of calculating the uncertainty of the results of determining the strength characteristics of metallic materials during tensile tests of cylindrical specimens in accordance with GOST 1497–84.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2021-7-16-20

  • 3
    On Measuring Instruments’ Metrological Ensuring in Aviation Industry
    Authors: G.I. Burmistrova, JSC Ural Civil Aviation Plant, Russia First President B.N. El’tsin Ural Federal University (UrFU)
    One of the main tasks of civil aviation is to ensure flight safety. To solve it, the role of metrological activity in the maintenance of aviation equipment can hardly be overestimated. The measuring instruments used in the aviation industry are surprisingly diverse. At the aviation enterprises, the share of imported measuring instruments of the type unapproved in Russia is steadily increasing. This circumstance leads to certain difficulties, since these measuring instruments are not subject to verification, but can only be calibrated. I consider it necessary to involve representatives of metrological services or other persons responsible for metrological ensuring of production in resolving issues related to the acquisition of measuring equipment, starting from the moment the planned list of equipment is formed and the supply contracts are agreed. 
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2021-7-21-25

  • 4
    Medical Device Manufacturing Enterprise: Difficulties of Implementing an Integrated Management System
    Authors: R.N. Ismailova, FSBEI HЕ Kazan National Research Technological University (FSBEI HЕ KNRTU), PhD (Chem.), isma_70@mail.ru 
    S.M. Goryunova, FSBEI HE KNRTU, PhD (Chem.), svetlanagoryunova@yandex.ru
    In the article we have outlined the problems of implementing an integrated management system (IMS) at an enterprise that produces medical devices. The use of classical integrated systems for such enterprises has shown their inefficiency. Therefore, for the development and implementation of IMS, there is a problem with the choice of a standard that would help an enterprise to reach a new level, increasing its competitiveness and the number of consumers of manufactured products. For the enterprise under consideration, this standard was GOST ISO 13485–2017 Medical devices. Quality management systems. Requirements for regulatory purposes. The analysis of the enterprise’s life cycle of products showed that not all stages of the life cycle are documented procedures, and some duplicate each other. Optimization of the existing workflow has made it possible to reduce the time for obtaining information to perform various types of work, as a result, to reduce the cost of producing high- quality products. 
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2021-7-26-30

  • 5
    Improving the Efficiency of Production Processes in a Smart Production Environment
    Authors: R.K. Nurgaliev, FSBEI HE Kazan National Research Technological University (FSBEI HE KNRTU), Assoc. Prof. PhD, Nurgalievr@yandex.ru
    A.A. Nurgalieva, FSBEI HE KNRTU, PhD, safarova_a_79@mail.ru
    We have reviewed the main directions in the organization of intelligent production at the enterprises of the petrochemical industry. We believe that the transformation of the economy raises a number of strategic questions for the sphere of human resources management. Today, conceptual knowledge becomes the basis for ensuring the competitiveness of enterprises, which requires the creation and improvement of approaches to the development and implementation of strategies for personnel development that meet modern requirements and methods, as well as the integration of knowledge into the enterprise management system. The key problem of the education system, society, economy in the context of the transition to smart production is the training of personnel with the necessary competencies and digital literacy. We have developed a model personnel training for enterprises in the context of economic transformation and proposed the main measures and recommendations for the successful implementation and implementation of Industry 4.0 tools at petrochemical enterprises, including for training highly qualified personnel. 
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2021-7-31-35

  • 6
    Monitoring System for Digital Production Organization in Petrochemical Industry
    Authors: M.E. Nadezhdina, FSBEI HE Kazan State Power Engineering University, Frida333@mail.ru 
    A.I. Shinkevich, FSBEI HE Kazan National Research Technological University (FSBEI HE KNRTU), ashinkevich@mail.ru 
    M.V. Shinkevich, FSBEI HE KNRTU, leotao@mail.ru
    We have analyzed the strategic planning of digitalization of petrochemical enterprises’ production activities in Tatarstan using the example of JSC KVART. We began our work by studying the results of end-to-end monitoring of the production processes of this enterprise. As you know, based on the available data using an integral indicator, monitoring allows you to assess the effectiveness of the use of digitalization tools, revise the management technologies and engineering of the activities carried out, increase the level of production organization, increase labor productivity and reduce production losses of the enterprise. Based on the results of the analysis, we have found out that JSC KVART is at an intermediate stage of digitalization of production processes. Development and modernization of equipment is underway, strategic priorities for the development of the enterprise are outlined. The recommendations we have developed assume a partial transition to an information ecosystem using cloud technologies and the further development of digital technologies. The study was carried out with the financial support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research within the framework of scientific project N 20-010-00655.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2021-7-36-39

  • 7
    Lean Сlinic in Аction
    Authors: L.A. Fedyk, Autonomous Non-Profit Organization of Higher Education World Academy of Quality, Dr. Prof., flarisa1961@mail.ru 
    I.S. Pundel’ , Voluntary Certification System All-Russian Register, info@9000-2001.ru 
    E.G. Melent’eva, Budgetary Institution Nizhnevartovsk City Children’s Dental Clinic 
    O.A. Shustova, Budgetary Institution Nizhnevartovsk City Children’s Dental Clinic
    To improve the quality of medical services in 2016, the federal project Lean Polyclinic was implemented in the Nizhnevartovsk City Children’s Dental Clinic, all work was carried out in accordance with the principles of the Lean Production concept. The essence of the project is the continuous improvement of production processes, the organization of an accessible environment for people with disabilities, the development of auxiliary business processes, management processes, the creation of comfortable conditions for waiting for an appointment, etc. Already the first results have shown an increase in the efficiency of the polyclinic. The result of the implementation of the Lean Polyclinic project in our institution was the optimization of doctors’ workplaces; development of standard operating procedures; reducing the waiting time in the examination room and reception; improving the relationship between patients and registrars; more comfortable stay of patients in the clinic. The implementation of our project is the beginning of work on the reorganization of medical institutions in the region for the period from 2018 to 2023.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2021-7-40-42

  • 8
    Human Capital Development as Part of Socio-Economic Development Strategy
    Authors: L.P. Kleeva, International Academy of Organizational Sciences, Institute for Development Problems of Science of RAS, Prof. Dr., Lucy45@yandex.ru
    In the paper, I have examined the compliance with the goals of revitalizing the development of human capital of Russia, that are understood as overcoming obstacles to its development, targets that characterize the achievement of the national development goals of the Russian Federation defined in the Decree of the RF President. I have concluded that, in general, the degree of compliance with the goals of revitalizing human capital development in Russia to national goals is quite high. However, achieving a number of goals runs counter to the targets, or hinders short-term growth and contributes in the long-run. Special attention must be given to achieving goals that are relevant to each other. Conflicting goals should be agreed, if this is not possible, compromise solutions, parity of goals should be formed. When implementing measures that worsen targets in the short term and improve in the long term, one should consider maximizing the mitigation of the negative effect at the first stage.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2021-7-44-49

  • 9
    On Evaluating Russian Technology Platforms Activities in the Industrial Modernization Context
    Authors: F.F. Galimulina, FSBEI HE Kazan National Research Technological University, Assoc. Prof. Dr., 080502e_m@mail.ru
    Because of the principal component method application, the coefficient method (basic) and the comparison method based on the classification of performance indicators of Russian technology platforms; in the given article, I have proposed an improved methodology for evaluating activities, taking into account three significant factors. That are the cooperation of participants, the structural component and the component reflecting the openness of the strategic goals and objectives of the platforms. The improved methodology for evaluating the activities of Russian technology platforms differs from the currently used methodology by taking into account the weighting factors of the most significant factors of activity, and, above all, cooperation. The research was carried out within the framework of the grant of the President of the Russian Federation for state support of leading scientific schools of the Russian Federation, project number NSH-2600.2020.6.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2021-7-50-54


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