This groundbreaking volume covers the significant advantages of wave technologies in the development of innovative machine building where high technologies with appreciable economic effect are applied. These technologies cover many industries, including the oil-and-gas industry, refining and other chemical processing, petrochemical industry, production of new materials, composite and nano-composites including, construction equipment, environmental protection, pharmacology, power generation, and many others.
The technological problem of grinding, fine-scale grinding and activation of solid particles (dry blends) is disclosed. This task is common for the production of new materials across these various industries. At present in this sphere the traditional methods have reached their limits and in some cases are economically ineffective from both scientific and practical points of view. The authors have detailed, through their extensive groundbreaking research, how these new methods, based on wave technology, can be used to create new, more efficient and less expensive applications and materials for industry.From increasing oil recovery to building stronger machines more efficiently and creating more productive membrane separation devices, wave technology can be used as a fertile ground for product innovation and more efficient methods of production across a variety of industries. This book is the only one of its kind in the world and offers a unique and invaluable glance into this sophisticated and complicated scientific area that is only now being more fully utilized for its valuable benefits.
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About the Author
R.F. Ganiev is a professor and a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Director of the Institute of Engineering, Director of the Scientific Centre of Non-linear Wave Mechanics and Technologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Head of the Chair of applied physics of Moscow Aviation Institute, and the Chair of computational models of Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology. He is a specialist in the field of mechanical engineering, non-linear oscillations and wave technology.
S. R. Ganiev, PhD, is a specialist at the Scientific Centre of Non-linear Wave Mechanics and Technologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is a specialist in the field of mechanical engineering and wave technology.
V.P. Kasilov, PhD, is a leading scientist at the Scientific Centre of Non-linear Wave Mechanics and Technologies of the Russian Academy of Sciences and is a specialist in the field of electro-mechanics, mechanical engineering, and wave technology.
A.P. Pustovgar, PhD is a vice-rector of Moscow State University of Civil Engineering & Construction and a leading specialist in construction materials science.
Table of Contents
Preface xi1 Introduction: Capabilities and Perspectives of Wave Technologies in Industries and in Nanotechnologies 12 Fragmentation and Activation of Dry Solid Components: Wave Turbulization of the Medium and Increasing Process Efficiency 112.1 Calcium Carbonate (limestone) Fragmentation 172.2 Wave Activation of Cements and Cement-limestone Compositions 212.3 Grinding Blast-furnace Sullage 252.4 Production of Coloring Pigment Based on Titanium Dioxide and Dolomitic Marble 272.5 Wave Treatment of Aluminium Oxide 293 Wave Stirring (actuation) of Multicomponent Materials (dry mixes) 353.1 Technologic Experiments with Installations of Wave Mixing 414 Wave Metering Devices and Dosage Metering of Loose Components 475 Creating Automated Wave Treatment Trains of Dry Solid Components: High Effi ciency in a Restricted Manufacturing Room 536 Manufacturing and Wave Treatment Technologies of Emulsions, Suspensions and Foam/Skim 596.1 Stirring (actuation) Wave Technologies of Various Liquids, Including High-viscosity Media 626.2 Hydrodynamic Running (through-flowing) Wave Installations 646.3 Wave Technology for Stirring (actuation) of High-viscosity Media 676.4 Production of Cosmetic Cream 726.6 Production of Finely-dispersed, Chemically Precipitated Barium Sulphate With the Assigned Particle Size 756.7 Accelerating Fermentation of Sponge Wheat Dough After Wave Treatment 817 Wave Mixing of Epoxy Resin with Nanocarbon Micro-additives: Production of Composite Materials 877.1 Experimental Studies of Mixing the Epoxy Resin with Fullerenes 887.2 Experimental Studies Mixing Epoxy Resin Technical Carbon 917.3 Experimental Studies of Mixing Epoxy Resin with Carbon Nanotubes 947.4 Production of Highly-fi lled Composite Materials with Wave Technologies 1017.5 Using the Installation of Wave Mixing for the Preparation of Polymer-cement and Cement Composite Materials Reinforced by Polymer and Inorganic Fibers 1047.6 Production of Organoclay 1088 Wave Technologies for Food, Including Bread Baking and Confectionary Industries 1119 Wave Technologies in Oil Production: Improving Oil, Gas and Condensate Yield 11710 Wave Technologies in Ecology and Energetics 12510.1 Production of Mixed Fuels and Improvement in Combustion Effi ciency 12711 Stabilizing Wave Regimes, Damping Noise, Vibration and Hydraulic Shocks Pipeline Systems 13112 Wave Technologies in Engineering 13713 Wave Technologies in Oil Refi ning, Chemical and Petrochemical Industries 14314 Conclusions: On Wave Engineering 147Literature (the Russian-language original is at the end) 153Index 155