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I.D. TESHEV, General Director (email@example.com), G.K. KOROSTELEVA, Chief Engineer of Designs,
M.A. POPOVA, Engineer-Technologist, Yu.N. SHCHEDRIN, Deputy General Director
OOO «VKB-Engineering» (36 Krasnoarmeyskaya Street, 350000, Krasnodar, Russian Federation)
Modernization of Housing Module Prefabrication Plants
It is shown that the modernization of housing module prefabrication plants has some directions: modernization of molding equipment with improving its technical characteristics;
enhancement of the production technology due to the optimal layout of equipment, improvement of concrete mixes compositions and conditions of thermal treatment. An example
of the project of a housing module prefabrication plant producing 140 thousand m
2 of total square of products of space unit house prefabrication made of light concrete per year is
Keywords: space block house prefabrication,modernization, residential house, molding machine, enterprise capacity, layout of plant.
1. Nikolaev S.V. Revival of House Building Factories on the
Basis of Domestic Equipment. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo
[Housing Construction]. 2015. No. 2, pp. 4–9. (In Russian).
2. Nikolaev S.V., Shreiber A.K., Etenko V.P. Panel and
frame housing construction – a new stage of development
of efficiency. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo [Housing
Construction]. 2015. No. 2, pp. 3–7. (In Russian).
3. Baranova L.N. Development of industrial housing con
struction and the industry of construction materials in
various regions of Russia. Vestnik Rossiiskoi akademii
estestvennykh nauk (Sankt-Peterburg). 2013. No. 3,
pp. 61–63. (In Russian).
4. Antipov D.N. Strategy of development of the enterprises
of industrial housing construction. Problemy sovremennoi
ekonomiki. 2012. No. 1, pp. 267–270. (In Russian).
5. Melnikova I.B. new means of expressiveness of multysto
ried multisection residential buildings. Nauchnoe obozre-
nie. 2015. No. 20, pp. 86–89. (In Russian).
6. Zhigulina A.Yu., Ponomarenko A.M. Affordable housing
from volume blocks. History and present. Traditions and
innovations in construction and architecture. Architecture
and design the collection of articles under the editorship of
M.I. Balzannikov, K.S. Galitskov, E.A. Akhmedova. Sama
ra state architectural and construction university. Samara,
2015, pp. 76–81. (In Russian).
7. Zhigulina A.Yu., Mizyuryaev of S. A. Objemno-block
housing construction as version of the solution of housing
problem. Traditions and innovations in construction and
architecture. Architecture and design the collection of articles
under the editorship of M.I. Balzannikov, K.S. Galitskov,
E.A. Akhmedova. Samara state architectural and construc
tion university. Samara, 2015, pp. 124–128. (In Russian).
8. Harchenko S.G. Development of construction of social
housing on the basis of modernization of industrial hous-
ing construction. Modern technologies of management –
2014. Collection of materials of the international scientific
conference. Moscow, 2014, рр. 1750–1759. (In Russian).
9. Usmanov Sh.I. Formation of economic strategy of devel
opment of industrial housing construction in Russia.
Politika, gosudarstvo i pravo. 2015. No. 1 (37), pp. 76–79.
10. Alpysbayev M.N., Povyshev Yu.N., Nurbaturov K.A.,
Zaikin V.A. Seysmichesky a framework in industrial
house-building system. Tekhnologii betonov. 2013.
No. 10 (87), pp. 24–27. (In Russian).
I.N. LEKAREV1, Director, A.G. SIDOROV2, Candidate of Sciences (Economics), Director, I.N. MOSHKA1, Deputy Director for project preparation
Series of ABD Houses – 9000: Introduction of BIM-Technologies at Modern Production
The oldest integrated house-building factory of Tatarstan has experienced a rebirth thanks to the modernization. At “Kazansky DSK”, during three years, a unique project of adaptation of
the foreign experience to the needs of the domestic prefabrication construction was realized. At present, the first stage of modernization is completed. The result of the second stage will
be increasing the potential capacity of the integrated factory up to 250 ths m
2 of housing per year. Construction time is reduced by two times. The experience in creation of the design
bureau and introduction of BIM-technologies into operation are presented.
Keywords: precast concrete, reinforced concrete products, Kazansky DSK, large-panel house building, modernization, BIM-technologies, ABD-9000.
1 OOO «AK BARS Engineering» (1, Meridiannaya Street, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, 420087, Russian Federation)
2 OOO «Kazansky DSK» (118, A. Kutuya Street, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, 420087, Russian Federation)
1. Nikolaev S.V. The possibility or revival of house building
factories on the basis of domestic equipment. Zhilishchnoe
Stroitel’stvo [Housing Construction]. 2015. No. 5,
pp. 4–8. (In Russian).
2. Yarmakovskii V.N. Energy-resources-saving under
manufacturing at the elements of structural-technological
building systems, their rising and exploitation. Stroitel’nye
Materialy [Construction Materials]. 2013. No. 6, pp. 4–6.
3. Oparina L.A. Taking into Account the energy intensity of
building materials at different stages of the life cycle of
buildings. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Consrtruction
Materials]. 2014. No. 11, pp. 44–45. (In Russian).
4. Yumasheva E.I., Sapacheva L.V. House-building industry
and social order of time. Stroitel’nye Materialy
[Construction Materials]. 2014. No. 10, pp. 3–11.
5. Lekarev I.N., Safin A.M., Sidorov A.G. The concept of
construction from precast concrete according to the
WHaus standard. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo [Housing
Construction]. 2014. No. 5, pp. 20–25. (In Russian).
Composite Flexible Bracing in Large-Panel House Building
To use composite flexible bracing in large-panel house building on the territory of the Russian Federation, it is necessary to confirm the compliance of their characteristics with
GOST 54923-2012 “Composite Flexible Bracings for Multilayered Enclosing Structures. Technical Specifications”. Since GOST 54923-2012 has a number of significant drawbacks, more
complete technical documentation must be developed for flexible bracing: Technical approval for the system with application of flexible bracing, an analogues standard of organization,
technical recommendations, assessment of fire resistance. To guarantee the reliability of wall panels during the full term of their operation with regard to flexible bracing, it is necessary
to structurally ensure the permanent character of snatching of bracings from the concrete (with destruction of concrete), determine reducing operational factors, develop the competent
methods for calculation and arrangement of bracings for wall panels of different types.
Keywords: large-panel house building, composite flexible bracing, requirements of regulatory documentation, factors of operating conditions, complex of technical assessment of com
posite flexible bracing, methods for calculation of number of bracings.
A.G. KOVRIGIN, Engineer, Head of Technical Support Group (firstname.lastname@example.org), A.V. MASLOV, Engineer
«Biysk Factory of Glass-Fibre Reinforced Plastics» LLC (60/1, Leningradskaya Street, Biysk, Altay Region, 659316 Russia)
1. Nikolaev S.V. The possibility or revival of house building factories
on the basis of domestic equipment. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo
[Housing Construction]. 2015. No. 5, pp. 4–8. (In Russian).
2. Usmanov Sh.I. Formation of economic strategy of development
of industrial housing construction in Russia. Politika,
gosudarstvo i pravo. 2015. No. 1 (37), pp. 76–79. (In Russian).
3. Baranova L.N. Development of industrial housing
construction and the industry of construction materials in
various regions of Russia. Vestnik Rossiiskoi akademii
estestvennykh nauk. 2013. No. 3, pp. 61–63. (In Russian).
4. Lugovoy А.N., Kovrigin A.G. Composite Flexible
Bracings for Three-Layered Thermal Efficient Panels.
Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction Materiаls]. 2011.
No. 3, pp. 32–33. (In Russian).
5. Lugovoy А.N. Enhancement of Energy Efficiency of
Enclosing Structures. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction
Materiаls]. 2014. No. 5, pp. 22–24. (In Russian).
6. Lugovoy А.N., Kovrigin A.G. The accounting of
requirements of standard documentation at design of
three-layer panels. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction
Materiаls]. 2015. No. 5, pp. 35–38. (In Russian).
7. Blazhko V.P., Granik M.Yu. Flexible bazaltoplastikovy
communications for application in three-layer panels of
external walls. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction
Materiаls]. 2015. No. 5, pp. 56–57. (In Russian).
About Rational Application of Additives to Concrete at Large-panel Prefabrication Plants
Obvious advantages of industrial, in the first place, large-panel housing construction make it an important and highly competitive sector in the construction of social housing in large cit
ies. The development of the technology of large-panel housing construction predetermines the need of improving the technology of concretes providing the manufacture of products
with high-quality surfaces at minimal cost for molding, steam treatment, finishing products, acceleration of molds reusing, reducing the cost of concrete mix and product, reducing the
human factor influence on the production process as a whole that predetermines the need to widely use additives, complex including, for solving technological problems in the field of
the technology of concretes for large-panel construction. National manufacturers of additives and foreign companies, which have organized their enterprises on the territory of the
Russian Federation, are able to meet the need of enterprises of large-panel housing construction for all necessary additives. Additives to concrete are the most powerful instrument for
regulating the properties of concrete mixes; they greatly influence on the whole technological cycle. A key point is providing the stability of the technological process, i.e. guaranteed
results at possible fluctuations of technological parameters in a fairly wide range. Keeping this in mind, the assessment of technical-economic efficiency of the use of additives at large-
panel prefabrication plants should be made.
Keywords: large-panel housing construction, concrete mixes, additives to concrete, technological cycle, economic efficiency.
G.V. NESVETAEV1, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering); G.S. KARDUMYAN2, Candidate of Sciences (Engineering) (email@example.com)
1 Rostov State University of Civil Engineering (162, Sotcialisticheskaya Street, Rostov-on-Don, 344022, Russian Federation)
2 Research, Design and Technological Institute of Concrete and Reinforced Concrete named after A.A. Gvozdev
(6/5, Institutskaya Street, Moscow, 109428, Russian Federation)
1. Davidyuk A.N., Nesvetaev G.V. Large-panel house prefabrication
is a significant reserve for solution of housing
problem in Russia. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction
Materials]. 2013. No. 3, pp. 24–25. (In Russian).
2. Barinova L.S., Kupriyanov L.I., Mironov V.V. Current
state and prospects of development of Russian construc
tion complex. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction
Materials]. 2004. No. 9, pp. 2–7. (In Russian).
3. Tikhomirov B.I., Korshunov A.N. Formless molding
line – plant efficiency with a flexible technology.
Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction Materials]. 2012.
No. 4, pp. 22–29. (In Russian).
4. Nikolaev S.V., Shrejber А.K., Etenko V.P. Panel and
frame house building is a new stage of large-panel construction
development. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo [Housing
Construction]. 2015. No. 2, pp. 3–7. (In Russian).
5. Kornienko V.D., Chikota S.I. Stages of development of
apartment buildings for mass construction of Russian cities.
Aktual’nye problemy sovremennoy nauki, tekhniki i
obrazovaniya. 2014. Vol. 2. No. 1, pp. 19–23. (In Russian).
6. Semchenkov A.S., Boboshko V.I., Mantsevich A.Yu.,
Shevtsov D.A. Energy resources concrete columns-panel
design-construction system for civil buildings. Vestnik
MGSU. 2012. No. 2. Vol. 1, pp. 125–127. (In Russian).
7. Yumasheva E.I., Sapacheva L.V. The house-building industry
and the social order of time. Stroitel’nye Materialy
[Construction Materials]. 2014. No. 10, pp. 3–11.
8. Meuser F. Ten parameters for standard houses.
Peculiarities and prospects of panel house building in the
XXI century. Zhilishchnoe Stroitel’stvo [Housing
Construction]. 2015. No. 2, pp. 3–7. (In Russian).
9. Nesvetaev G.V., Davidyuk A.N., Khetagurov B.A. Selfconsolidating
concretes: some factors determining concrete
mix fluidity. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction
Materials]. 2009. No. 3, pp. 54–57. (In Russian).
10. Davidyuk A.N., Nesvetaev G.V. Technical and economic
aspects of the evaluation of the effectiveness of superplasticizers.
Beton. Tsement. Sukhie smesi. 2010. No. 4, 5,
pp. 98–103. (In Russian).
Efficiency of Recycling System at Ready-Mixed Concrete and Prefabricated Concrete Plants
The issue of energy and resources saving, when recycled materials, fillers and water are used in the course of production of concrete and building mortar, is raised. The relevance of the
use of a recycling system is substantiated by the availability of stock-produced technological equipment, practical experience in introduction of these systems, as well as the necessity
to obligatory include the list of measures aimed at preventing the possible impact of economic activity on the environment in the documentation during the development of projects for
construction of new enterprises or technical re-equipment of operating productions. The efficiency of production of ready-made mixes according to the variant providing the use of the
recycling system has been established. A variant of the layout of facilities of the recycling system at the ready-mixed concrete plant is presented.
Keywords: production efficiency, concrete mix, concrete, recycling system, energy and resources saving, indicators of commercial effectiveness.
L.I. KASTORNYKH1, Candidate of Sciences (Engineering), (firstname.lastname@example.org), I.V. TRISHCHENKO1, Candidate of Sciences (Engineering),
2, Engineer, Head of Design Department
1 Rostov State University of Civil Engineering (162, Sotsialisticheskaya Street, 344022, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation)
2 OOO «Scientific-Technical Center «Akademstroy» (144, Off. 34/B, Taganrogskaya Street, 344016, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation)
1. Oparina L.A. Taking into Account the energy intensity of
building materials at different stages of the life cycle of
buildings. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Consrtruction
Materials]. 2014. No. 11, pp. 44–45. (In Russian).
2. Karpenko N.I., Yarmakovskye V.N. The main directions
of resource efficiency in the construction and operation of
buildings. Part 1. Resursoenergysaving at the manufacturing
stage of construction materials, building products and
building structures. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Consrtruction
Materials]. 2013. No. 7, pp. 12–18. (In Russian).
3. Karpenko N.I., Yarmakovskye V.N. The main directions
of resource efficiency in the construction and operation
of buildings. Part 1 (continued). Resursoenergysaving at
the manufacturing stage of construction materials, building
products, cladding and load-bearing structures.
Stroitel’nye Materialy [Consrtruction Materials]. 2013.
No. 8, pp. 65–72. (In Russian).
4. Efimenko A.Z. Concrete waste – raw materials for the
production of efficient building materials. Tehnologii betonov.
2014. No. 2, pp. 17–21. (In Russian).
5. Korovkin M.O., Shesternin A.I., Eroshkina N.A. The use
of crushed concrete scrap as an aggregate for self
compacting concrete. Inzhenernyi vestnik Dona:
elektronnyi nauchnyi zhurnal. 2015. No. 3. http://vvww.
pdf_26679ca420.pdf (date of access 19.03.14).
6. Sarmiento-Mantilla S., Sidorova A. Experience in the use
of recycled concrete aggregate in construction: the
approach to mechanical properties and structural
characteristics. Concrete and reinforced concrete – glance
at future: scientific works of the III all-Russian
(II International) conference on concrete and reinforced
concrete. Moskovskii Gosudarstvennyi stroitel’nyi
universitet. 2014. Vol. 6, pp. 360–372. (In Russian).
7. Volkov Yu.S. Draft of the European standard for concrete
EN-206. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Consrtruction Materials].
2013. No. 3, pp. 26–28. (In Russian).
8. Methodical recommendations according to efficiency of
investment projects. Moscow: Economy, 2000. 421 р.
9. Kastornykh L.I., Trischenko I.V., Gikalo M.A. Updating
guidance on the development of process maps for
manufacturing precast concrete products. Zhilishchnoe
Stroitel’stvo [Housing Construction]. 2014. No. 1–2,
pp. 7–10. (In Russian).
10. Kaklyugin A.V., Trischenko I.V. On the formation of
ecological thinking of students in the learning process at
the University. Methods of teaching chemical and ecological
subjects: Collection of scientific articles of VIII International
scientific – methodical conference. Brest: BrGTU, 2015,
pp. 302–304. (In Belarus).
FSUE «TSNIIgeolnerud»: 70 Years. Stages of a Great Way
The history of the formation of the FSUE «TsNIIgeolnerud», which activity is aimed at studying the mineral resources base of non-metallic minerals of different levels, is described. The
main stages of the institute activity in different time periods and main scientific-practical results achieved in various areas of non-metals studies are presented; ways of the development
are described; the significance of the institute as a multi-profile enterprise of geology and exploration for the development of productive forces in the whole country, regions and constit
uent entities of the Russian Federation is demonstrated; its importance for the building materials industry is shown.
Keywords: FSUE «TsNIIgeolnerud», stages of formation, mineral resources base, non-metallic minerals, direction of works, building materials.
E.M. AKSENOV, Doctor of Sciences (Geology and Mineralogy), Director, N.G. VASILIEV, First Deputy Director for Science,
T.Z. LYGINA, Doctor of Sciences (Geology and Mineralogy), Deputy Director for Science,
R.K. SADYKOV, Candidate of Sciences (Geography), Deputy Director for Science (email@example.com)
The Central Research Institute of Geology of Industrial Minerals (TsNIIgeolnerud) (4, Zinina Street, Kazan, Republic of Tatarstan, 420097, Russian Federation)
ООО «Лингл Сервис» – предлагает следующие услуги:
1. Поставки запасных частей и расходных материалов.
Формирование пакетов запасных частей.
2. Переоборудование и модернизация:
проверка машин и оборудования на месте
конструктивная обработка и изготовление
монтаж и пуско-наладка.
3. Сервисные услуги:
устранение неисправностей (в том числе через удалённый сервис)
проведение технического обслуживания и ремонта
лабораторный анализ Вашего сырья
анализ процесса для оптимизации работы сушил и печей
тренинг/обучение на месте.
The Possibility of Using Resources Man-Made Deposits for the Production of Construction Materials
(for Example, the CCW «Enterprise Erdenet»)*
Discusses the possibility and direction of resource use “technogenic deposits” mining enterprises for manufacture of building materials. Under conditions of complete depletion and
exhaustion of mineral reserves of the mining company “Erdenet” in the future, 30–40 years of mine closure, it evaluates the use of off-balance ore and waste from the slurry pits in the
construction industry and ensuring the sustainable development of the territory as a whole. Work to expand the resource base of the enterprise by involving in the economic turnover
“technogenic deposits” should be linked with measures to eliminate accumulated environmental damage. The financing of innovative projects on production of construction materials
from tailings of the mining enterprise proposed to be financed out form of sustainable development Fund (liquidation Fund) of the mining enterprise. Production of construction materi
als from tailings and overburden the mining company is considered as one of the main ways to reduce the cost of production and sustainable development of the enterprise for the
future in terms of depletion of its resource base.
Keywords: mining, mining company, environmental Economics, depletion, closure of the mine, a man-made Deposit, the resource base, production of construction materials, reducing
the negative impact on the environment, Mongolia
I.M. POTRAVNY, Doctor of Sciences (Economics) (firstname.lastname@example.org), I.B. GENGUT, Candidate of Sciences (Economics) (email@example.com),
DAVAAHUU NYAMDORJ, Engineer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Plekhanov Russian University of Economics (36, Stremyanny Lane, Moscow, 117997, Russian Federation)
1. Passport of the Federal target program «The Elimination
of accumulated environmental damage for 2015–2026
years». Moscow: Ministry of natural resources and environment
of the Russian Federation. 2013. 47 p.
2. Belashenko V.V., Rudakova L.V. Evaluation of economic
and environmental risk in the development of technogenic
mineral formations. Ekonomika prirodopol’zovaniya.
2013. Vol. 5, pp. 63–77. (In Russian).
3. The concept of the Federal target program «The
Elimination of accumulated environmental damage for
2015–2026 years». Moscow: Ministry of natural resources
and environment of the Russian Federation. 2013.
44 p. (In Russian).
4. Potravny I.M., Motosova E.A. Economic mechanism for
implantation for ecological policy in subsoil use. Gornyi
zhurnal. 2014. No. 12, pp. 27–30. (In Russian).
5. Potravny I.M., Davaahuu Nyamdorj. The formation of
the Fund for sustainable development of the territory at
the closure of the mine mining enterprise. Modern problems
of management of investment projects in the sphere of
construction and environmental management. Proceedings
of the V international scientific-practical conference.
Moscow. 2015, pp. 208–2013. (In Russian).
6. The resolution of the IV all-Russian Congress on environmental
detail.php?ID=131936 (date of access 12.09.2015).
7. Fomenko A.A. Use of man-made accumulations and ores
of non-ferrous metals in the context of environmental
economics. Gornyi zhurnal. 2013. No. 2, p. 93–95.
8. Gengut I., Alnykina E., Davaakhuu N., Potravnyy I.
Management of environment cost in the project: the experience
of Russia and Mongolia. Baltic Journal of Real
Estate Economics and Construction Management. 2015.
Vol. 3, pp. 140–150.
9. Potravny I., Davaahuu Nyamdorj. Financial support for
innovative solutions for sustainable development of the
mining enterprises in the context of mine closure (for
example, CJSC «Company Erdenet»). ICIED 2015: The
International Conference on Innovation and
Entrepreneurship Development. Proceedings. Ulaanbaatar:
Mongolian University of Science and Technology. 2015.
Main Directions of Improvement of Technical Regulations of the Customs Union «Safety of Highways»
Since 2002 the Russian Federation passed to an essentially new innovative approach to the creation and maintenance of products in each sphere of human activity. The so-called sys
tem of technical regulations, which is aimed at consumer satisfaction within the frame of safety and admissibility of risk, has been created. Annually, tens of legislative and normative
documents of binding and advisory nature by which designers and builders have to be guided further in the field of road economy are developed and accepted. Generally, the standard
references of such documents refer to the Federal Law No. 184-FZ «On Technical Regulation». Within implementation of this law, Technical Regulations of the Customs Union 014/2011
«Safety of Highways» has been adopted, but, unfortunately, it doesn’t meet fully the basic principles of the Federal Law No. 184-FZ «On Technical Regulation». The article provides rec
ommendations which need to be included in a new edition of Technical Regulations of the Customs Union 014/2011 «Safety of Highways», and also to consider a new version of the
standard of quality management systems of ISO 9001:2015 in which the process approach is reflected taking into account risk assessment.
Keywords: quality management, risk, safety, highway, artificial construction, technical regulations.
Sh.N. VALIYEV1, Candidate of Sciences (Engineering); N.E. KOKODEEVA2, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering),
2, Candidate of Sciences (Engineering), Leading Expert of PUITs «Volgodortrans»;
3, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering)
1 Moscow Automobile and Road State Technical University (MADI) (64, Leningradsky Avenue, 125319, Moscow, Russian Federation)
2 Yuri Gagarin State Technical University of Saratov (77, Politekhnicheskaya Street, 410054, Saratov, Russian Federation)
3 Perm National Research Polytechnic University (29a, Komsomolsky Avenue, 614600, Perm, Russian Federation)
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of requirements to deicing materials for the winter
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i ekologiya. 2013. No. 4 (58), pp. 106–115.
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pithiness of the accounting of risk and aspects of quality
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system of road economy on the basis of formation
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a street road network by system of video computer scanning.
Naukovedenie Internet Journal. 2013. No. 3, pp. 55.
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of reliability of highways in system of technical
regulation of road economy. Cand. Diss. (Engineering).
Saint-Petersburg. 2012. 350 p. (In Russian).
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Yankovsky L.V., Arzhanukhina S.P. Methodological bases
of an assessment of technical risks in road economy.
Vestnik Permskogo natsional’nogo issledovatel’skogo politekhnicheskogo
universiteta. Prikladnaya ekologiya.
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Strizhevsky D.A. Standard and technological development
of innovative activity of road economy.
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9. Yankovsky L.V., Kochetkov A.V. Application the geoimplantatnykh
of designs for creation of ecoparkings.
Ekologiya i promyshlennost’ Rossii. 2011. No. 5, pp. 32–
34. (In Russian).
10. Rapoport P.B., Rapoport N.V., Kochetkov A.V.,
Vasilyev Yu.E., Kamenev V.V. Problems of durability of
cement concrete. Stroitel’nye Materialy [Construction
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management system of road economy. Naukovedeniye
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Arzhanukhina S.P. Improvement of branch system of diagnostics
of highways. Dorozhnaya derzhava. 2011.
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Obrazovanie. 2010. No. 9, pp. 40. (In Russian).
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Rapoport N.V., Shashkov I.G. Condition of modern methodical
ensuring calculation and designing of road
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Features of Structure Formation of a Geo-polymeric Binding System on the Basis of Perlite with the Use
of Different Types of Alkali Activators
In the framework of this work, features of the structure formation of the geo-polymeric binding system when aluminosilicate raw – perlite – is activated with different grinding aggre-
gates and alkaline components, providing a high pH value of a medium of mixing are studied. The most effective grinding equipment for perlite is selected. The influence of the type of
alkaline activator on the structure formation of a geo-polymeric binder and formation of its physical and mechanical properties is established. Features of hardening kinetics of the geo-
polymeric system with the use of different alkali components are determined. Efficiency of the use of NaOH as an alkaline activator in comparison with KOH (caustic potash) is con
firmed that can be associated with more favorable conditions for polymerization of aluminosilicate gel with participation of Na
+ ions than with larger K+
ions as well as an optimum com
bination of priority and intensity of chemical reactions in the alkali
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2, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering), V.V. STROKOVA1
, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering), (email@example.com)
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2 Penza State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (28 German Titov Street, 440028, Penza, Russian Federation)
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Russian North and the Arctic*
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adhesive bond of the polymer composites to a metal substrate are considered. Analysis of the tribological characteristics ensures reliable screening of the dates of operation of con
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Сoncrete Wall Hollow Blocks with Recycled Aggregates and Recycled Glass
The concrete scrap is a main type of waste of construction and demolition of shabby buildings. Filler is received as a result of crushing of concrete scrap. It can be repeatedly used in
production of concrete mix. One more valuable withdrawal of construction and demolition is glass. It as filler in concrete can be also used. The purpose of this work is influence study
ing the retsiklirovannykh of fillers and glass on characteristics of hollow wall concrete blocks. Tests were carried out on four groups of concrete blocks. They contained a portlandtse
ment, retsiklirovanny filler, retsiklirovanny glass and supersoftener. One group of blocks didn’t contain retsiklirovanny materials. In work properties of the concrete mixes and blocks
received on their basis were investigated.
Keywords: wall concrete blocks, recycling, filler, glass, properties.
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Issues of the thermal-technical efficiency of fibrous heat insulation in wall blocks with hollows, which are used in low-rise and individual construction, are considered. The theoretical
and experimental assessment of the application efficiency of basalt wool as a heat insulation material in hollow-core concrete blocks is made. Values of specific heat flows passing
through the hollow and concrete partition are calculated with the use of well-known heat exchange equations. It is shown that the heat resistance of concrete blocks filled with wool
exceeds this parameter of block with unfilled hollows by 24%.
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1, Doctor of Sciences (Engineering), (email@example.com)
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(1, Socialisticheskaya Street, Biysk, Altai krai, 659322, Russian Federation)
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material can’t objectively compete at the market of heat insulation. Technical solutions which make it possible to produce, in perspective, a material competitive at the building materials
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