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Journal Kompetentnost': 214 / 4 / 2024


  • 1
    Associative Model of the Engineering Activities Quality and the Results of its Use
    Authors: A.V. Zazhigalkin, FSAEI FVT Academy for Standardization, Metrology and Certification (Training) (FSAEI FVT ASMS), Dr. (Ec.) 
    A.I. Solyanik, Voronezh Branch of FSAEI FVT ASMS, Prof. Dr. (Tech.), solynik.ai@asms.ru 
    I.K. Andronchev, Samara Branch of FSAEI FVT ASMS, Prof. Dr. (Tech.), andronchev.ik@asms.ru 
    M.G. Barinova, Voronezh Branch of FSAEI FVT ASMS, metod@asms-vrn.ru
    We have considered the problem of connection between education and production through additional professional education of engineers. All factors of the proposed associative model determine the quality of engineering activities and contribute to the achievement of successful results in projects. An example of positive experience in using the electronic educational and methodological complex Competent metrologist and its methodological foundations in the system of additional professional education of engineers is given. We have shown the necessity of applying the provisions of the proposed model of the engineering activities quality in the electronic educational and methodological complex for the training of engineering personnel. It is a set of electronic educational and methodological documentation, electronic educational resources, teaching aids, knowledge control and is intended to develop the competencies of students in accordance with the Federal State Educational Standard for higher education in the areas of training 27.03.01 Standardization and metrology (bachelor’s degree) of full-time and part-time forms of study. The proposed approaches to training can be recommended for practical use.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2024-4-04-11

  • 2
    Confirmation of Compliance with the Requirements for Measurement Accuracy Indicators in the Field of EUM
    Authors: A.A. Lichko, Research Institute of Flowmetry — Branch of D.I. Mendeleev All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Metrology (RIF — Branch of VNIIM), PhD (Tech.) 
    A.I. Gorchev, RIF — Branch of VNIIM, PhD (Tech.) 
    I.A. Isaev, RIF — Branch of VNIIM
    I have considered the options for calculating the limits of measurement error and confidence limits of measurement error for direct and indirect measurements. A variant of calculating the measurement error limit based on a truncated normal probability distribution law is proposed. In the article I have shown that the boundaries of the interval in which the error of the measurement result is located with probability P = 1 can significantly exceed the confidence limits of the error of the measurement result for P = 0.95. Proposals are given to clarify the measurement accuracy indicator established in the list of measurements related to the sphere of state regulation of ensuring the uniformity of measurements.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2024-4-12-19

  • 3
    On the Modernization of State Gas Humidity Standards of the Republic of Kazakhstan
    Authors: A.K. Zhumagali, National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, RSE Kazakhstan Institute of Standardization and Metrology, wap.aseke.kz@mail.ru
    The current situation in the field of metrological support for measuring gas humidity in the Republic of Kazakhstan is analyzed. The problem of the lack of a state standard for a unit of volume fraction of moisture is investigated. The metrological characteristics of standards of verification/calibration laboratories and state standards of relative humidity and dew/frost point temperature, which are practically at the same level of accuracy, are considered. Measures have been proposed to solve this situation, including the development of a primary gas moisture standard using the existing equipment of the KazStandard. The author’s research and proposed improvements in the article are supported by mathematical calculations.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2024-4-20-23

  • 4
    GOST R 8.1024–2023 as a Framework for Metrological Examination of Technical Documentation
    Authors: S.A. Mitrofanova, Scientific Research Institute of Transport and Construction Complex, FSAEI FVT Academy for Standardization, Metrology and Certification (Training), PhD (Tech.), s_bogomolova@mail.ru
    The article provides an overview of the legislative and regulatory framework for the organization and implementation of the metrological examination of technical documentation (ME TD). Its content was analyzed in accordance with the current regulatory and legal documentation. The methodology for organizing ME TD is based on the requirements of GOST R ISO 9001–2015. In particular, metrological examination should be considered as a process of the organization’s management system. The action that constitutes the process is aimed at transforming a document that potentially does not meet the criteria for uniformity of measurements into a document that satisfies these criteria. ME can be formalized as a separate procedure of the organization’s management system in the form of an internal document.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2024-4-24-30

  • 5
    The Rhythm of Mass Standard Samples Production of the Gas Mixture Composition
    Authors: L.A. Konopel’ko, FSUE Mendeleev All-Russian Research Institute for Metrology (FSUE VNIIM), Prof. Dr. (Tech.), lkonop1@rambler.ru 
    K.K. Semenov, FSAEI HE Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University (FSAEI HE SPbPU), Assoc. Prof. PhD (Tech.), semenov_kk@spbstu.ru 
    S.A. Savchuk, FSAEI HE SPbPU, ser_egiks@mail.ru 
    M.V. Okrepilov, FSUE VNIIM, Assoc. Prof. Dr. (Tech.), m.v.okrepilov@vniim.ru 
    A.V. Gromov, FSUE VNIIM
    The purpose of this article is to consider the problem of ensuring the rhythm of production of mass standard samples of the composition of gas mixtures in cylinders under pressure, as well as compliance with production deadlines. We have calculated the probability of defective gas mixing plant using statistical methods. The optimal production time for a standard sample was calculated using queuing theory, and taking into account the defects. The authors consider the use of automated gas mixing plants with the required accuracy and productivity to be promising. Since the replacement of existing installations with new ones requires additional financial costs, the ratios and formulas presented in the work can be used to assess the economic feasibility of such a replacement.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2024-4-38-44

  • 6
    Managing Resource Saving of Production Using a Catalog System
    Authors: T.V. Malysheva, FSBEI HE Kazan National Research Technological University (FSBEI HE KNRTU), Prof. Dr. (Tech.), tv_malysheva@mail.ru
    G.F. Kiyametdinova, Chernomyrdin Condensate Stabilization Plant (Surgut CSP) of LLC Gazprom Pererabotka, FSBEI HE KNRTU, Guzelina27361@gmail.com
    The organization of a monitoring and control system for resource consumption at all stages of production is considered. A distinction between technological and organizational losses in the context of consumption regulation to manage the resource efficiency of main and service production is proposed. In a generation form, the authors present the proposed model of the organization of the resource saving management process in production in the form of an algorithm. A key element of this algorithm is cataloging the process of finding causes and solutions to resource overruns. The materials of the article can be used in the development of programs to increase the resource efficiency of industrial enterprises and the implementation of engineering projects to modernize production. 
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2024-4-45-49

  • 7
    Economic Justification of Electrification of Hydrocarbon Production Facilities
    Authors: O.A. Marinina, St. Petersburg Mining University (Mining University), Assoc. Prof. PhD (Ec.) 
    A.R. Nechitaylo, JSC Flag Alfa G.А. Stroykov3 , Mining University, PhD (Ec.) 
    A.Yu. Tsvetkova, Mining University, Assoc. Prof. PhD (Ec.), Tsvetkova_AYu@pers.spmi.ru 
    E.А. Reshneva, Mining University, PhD (Ec.) 
    L.G. Turovskaya, Mining University, Assoc. Prof. PhD (Tech.)
    The relevance of the issue of technical and economic assessment of options for optimizing projects of electrification of hydrocarbon production facilities is due to the increasing need for the development of new fields in undeveloped and hard-to- reach territories, which necessitates the construction of large volumes of energy infrastructure facilities and requires new solutions in the field of increasing the energy efficiency and reducing the capital intensity of projects. Based on the calculations made and the analysis carried out, it can be concluded that the use of an autonomous energy complex based on wind generation as an alternative to standard electrification provides savings 2.58 roubles per square hour of energy used.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2024-4-50-57

  • 8
    Model for Assessing the Quality of a Technical System Based on Сomplex Indicators
    Authors: A.S. Tur, St. Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation, Liona1996@yandex.ru
    In the face of constantly changing market conditions and global problems, the shortage of electronic components is becoming an acute problem for electronics manufacturers. This is caused due to an increase in demand for electronics and a decrease in production capacity due to restrictions imposed because of the pandemic, as well as because of various trade and political conflicts between countries. Shortages of certain components can cause delays, result in lost profits and damage a company’s reputation. This is especially critical for manufacturers who places quality and reliability of their products first. The need to make informed decisions regarding the use of original and non-authentic components is becoming one of the main challenges for manufacturers. In the article I have discussed the three main scenarios for the use of various types of radio-electronic components in one product, affecting processes, production costs and the quality of the finished product.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2024-4-58-61

  • 9
    Decision-Making Method for Managing Inconsistencies in QMS
    Authors: M.A. Nazarenko, Institute of Perspective Technologies and Industrial Programming of MIREA — Russian Technological University (IPTIP of RTU MIREA), Assoc. Prof. PhD (Phys.-Math.) 
    We have provided an overview of the tools used to find the root causes of inconsistencies in the production of rocket and space technology. We have developed and presented in the article the scheme for using statistical methods in decision-making to eliminate the root causes of inconsistencies. The key stages of preparing the final decision and procedure are considered. It allows to select the most preferable one or more solutions that are most preferable in the existing real conditions from a variety of alternative options.
    DOI: 10.24412/1993-8780-2024-4-62-64


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