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Chemistry, environmental sciences, environmental protection, mining and extraction
Development of eco-friendly technologies for oil and gas field operation that meet the current trends in the development of Arctic oil and gas producing technologies.
The Centre comprises two structures: Engineering Innovation Center «Arctic Oil and Gas Laboratory Research» and «Field Operation Simulation Training Center».
Engineering Innovation Center is tasked with multi-faceted study of core materials; core material data processing and systematization; Brief description of physical and chemical properties of reservoir fluids based on surface and deep well samples; systematization of data on core volumes, reservoir fluids and lab analysis results.
Based on the results of lab analysis, the Center may process the given geo-physical materials and simulate scenarios of hydraulic fracturing and of enhancing oil recovery on a particular field.
Drill-hole hydrodynamic research: facilities and software include SAPHIR and Well Testing Monitoring products.
PVT – analysis of heavy crude and high viscosity oil: sampler VPP-300, electronic SIMSP-20V, SIMSP-20VMV, Leuters ОPS
Formation fluid thermodynamic properties
Physicochemical analysis of oil and oil-products
Physicochemical analysis of oil-field and surface waters
Physical and fluid-loss properties of reservoir rocks in reservoir conditions on the core sample of 30, 67 and 100 mm diameter and composite models
Petrophysical properties of reservoir rocks within the modeling of thermobaric conditions for samples of 30, 67, 100 mm diameter.
The Field Operation Simulation Training Center offers simulator-based team training of students majoring in various aspects of oil and gas production. In fulfilling its core task of ensuring efficient field operation though simulation of situations and development scenarios, the Center is making use of such sophisticated software as Petrel, Eclipse, Pipesim, Techlog (by Schlumberger); Irap RMS (by Roxar). It also offers a scenario for performing field service activities.
Address: rooms 3106, 3107, 17 Naberezhnaya Severnoy Dvina, Arkhangelsk, 163002, Russia Pavel Maryandyshev, director of high school of energy, oil and gas. Tel. +7 (8182)21-61-79. E-mail: email@example.com
Energy efficiency, energy saving, consulting, education services
Development of methodology for monitoring, assessment, prediction and prevention of risks associated with the high level toxic polluting substances transfer via biological pathways. These substances can accumulate in the food chain and spread in Arctic ecosystems.
The Aim of the Project:
Decreasing the economic and demographic consequences of health disorders of the population living in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation, as a result of the uncontrolled transfer of highly toxic polluting chemicals to the environment (hazardous contaminants).
Improving the efficiency of chemical safety of the population.
Development of national and regional systems of biological monitoring, forecasting and managing the risks associated with uncontrolled spread of dangerous contaminants by migratory species of birds, fish and wild animals to the Arctic. (biological pathways).
Objectives of the Project:
Assessment of socio-economic risks of health disorders within population and the demographic implications emerging as a result of dangerous pollutants entering the human body. The pollutants can accumulate in food chains and spread by migratory species of birds, fish and wild animals.
Assessment of the impact of projected climate change on the increase of cross-border transfers of hazardous pollutants in the high latitudes through biological pathways.
Development of methodology for early detection, monitoring and countering threats related to cross-border transfer of hazardous contaminants to the Arctic through biological pathways.
Development of a model for assessment and prediction of harmful effects on the human body associated with the transfer and distribution of hazardous contaminants through biological pathways.
Identification, analysis and Brief description of the main health risks for the population and development of methodical recommendations for their reduction in the extraction, processing and sale of food products produced from migratory commercial fish species, birds and wild animals.
Development of basic requirements for the creation of international and national information system for early detection, monitoring and risk assessment of cross-border transfer and distribution of hazardous contaminants through biological pathways
Development of policies for informing public authorities and local governments, as well as the population living in the Arctic zone of Russian Federation, of risk management issues in the sphere of chemical safety
History of Translation and Interpreting in the Russian North
Literary Translation and Esthetics
Stylistic Aspects of Translation
Integration of innovative sciencific research in the sphere of Integrative Translation Studies permits to create an efficient system of advanced vocational education and form human resources able to work as translators in the North of Russia and in the Barents Region
Aims of the Centre:
Development of Integrative Translation as an innovative research area
Integration of science into teaching in order to create an efficient system of advanced vocational education
Formation of human resources able to work as translators in the North of Russia and in the Barents Region
Developing Arctic oriented topics in teaching and research
Arctic oriented projects in the field of applied linguistics
Conferences, seminars and public lectures concerning the Arctic
Pulishing monographs, collected works, textbooks
Programs of advanced vocational education “Translator in the Field of Pofessional Communication”, “Literary Translation”, “Cross-Cultural Communication in the Tourist Industry”
International translation contest for students “Arctic Transfer”
Address: 7, Smolny Buyan str., office 222 and 300, Arkhangelsk, 163002, Russia
Translation, Interpreting, Discourse and Cognitive Studies, Terminology Management, History of Translation, Linguistic Ecology, Professional Communication, Business Communication, Literary Translation, Esthetics, Stylistics
Arctic Floating University is established to unite science and education on the territory of the Arctic region and aims to preserve the Arctic environment and ensure sustainable development of the region.
“The Arctic Floating University” is an innovative educational project designed to help young researchers and explorers of the Arctic gain knowledge and skills in real life conditions of the northern seas.
The research vessel “Professor Molchanov”, the only vessel in Europe affording to combine research and practice onboard for training of specialists and researchers, becomes the floating university for the duration of the project. It is a steel-hulled, ice-strengthened ship for Arctic supply and oceanographic research, completely refurbished to meet both passenger and oceanographic needs.
The project was made possible through the joint efforts of Northern (Arctic) Federal University (NArFU), Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring of Russia (Roshydromet) and the Arkhangelsk Branch of the Russian Geographical Society.
The Arctic Floating University conducts oceanographical, hydro-chemical, geographical, glaciological, meteorological, seismological, radiological, biological and other research in the White Sea, the Barents Sea, the Kara Sea, the Laptev Sea, the East Siberian Sea, the Chuckchee Sea, as well as Wrangel Island in the harborage area of the White Sea and the Barents Sea of the Arctic Ocean. The vessel can accomodate up to 80 passengers (including staff).
The expedition's objectives: complex interdisciplinary research of the Arctic environment; promotion of advanced scientific knowledge about the conditions and changes of the Arctic environment; development of recommendations for the sustainable development of the region and the preservation of the Arctic ecosystem; training young specialists for work in the Arctic.
NArFU’s Intellectual Center - Scientific Library named after E.I. Ovsyankin aims at integration of culture, education and research. The main library collection comprises about 1 200 000 volumes including:
books on general loan;
rare books; local history collection; arctic-fund collection; theses and dissertations; foreign literature; books in Nordic languages; Economics and Law collection; reference collection; periodicals
PhD thesis; methodological handbooks, textbooks, etc.
NArFU’s Scientific Library is an innovative center providing a wide range of editions for education and research and offering traditional and e-reading halls, quick access to Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library resources, new library technologies and supplementary services. The core task of the Library is to create an attractive, comfortable library environment for NArFU’s students and personnel via the development of an informational space for education and research. The library stock includes over 1,2 mln items. The Library is also home to the Arctic Fund – a research and educational platform for e-interaction between the Arctic countries. The Library has organized many intellectual activities for students and general public.
Development of new environmentally friendly and economically efficient technologies for processing of renewable natural resources
Brief description :
The Center operates the following laboratories:
- Laboratory for modeling and research of pulp and cardboard composition (unique CRS Reactor Engineering equipment for executing and research of pulp cooking, bleaching, stock-screening)
- Laboratory for analyzing macro- and microstructure of pulp-and-paper materials (spectrophotometer Elrepho)
- Laboratory of organic synthesis
- Laboratory for controlling and research of pulp, paper and cardboard properties (pull test machines, folding endurance and bursting testers, ultrasonic, Scott Bond delamination resistance tester)
- Laboratory for modeling the processes of fibre semi-finished products
- Laboratory of membrane and filtering materials
- Laboratory of complex processing of bioresources
- Laboratory of oxidizing methods of delignification
- Laboratory of microclonal propagation of plants
- Laboratory of biotechnology
- Laboratory of microscopic research of fibre semi-finished products
All the equipment provides the opportunity to meet the needs of the Russian and foreign standards and specifications. All the measurement data can additionally be analyzed by the means of software programmes developed by the staff and defended by a patent.
The Resource Centre
is an innovational poly-functional structure developed for learners with
special educational needs (people with disabilities). The Centre
supports educational process of students with disabilities.
The Resource Centre
of Inclusive education aims at psychological and pedagogical support of
inclusive education for learners with disabilities. The main functions of the
psychological, pedagogical and methodological support of inclusive
training of specialists implementing inclusive education
conducting research in the sphere of inclusive education
implementation of professional development programmes/courses for teachers
who work with students with disabilities
The Centre is equipped with specialized equipment (typhloprinters, Braille
displays, typhlocomputers, magnifiers, etc.) to adapt available information to the
needs of learners with special educational needs.
The Centre includes laboratories:
Laboratory of psychological and pedagogical support of inclusive education
The Center is tasked with enhancing the efficiency of academic and research activities within constructional material engineering; and managing the processes of building composites quality development, taking into account disperse resource surface condition
Brief description :
The complex of Centre’s laboratories (soil mechanics, ground science, building material engineering, composite materials) is equipped with the cutting-edge testing facilities to test constructional materials, structures, grounds according to GOST standards.
New nanotechnology-based materials are studied and developed on the basis of the “Physics and chemistry of Nano-Disperse System Surface” platform, which is a complex of complementary sci-tech facilities to study physical and mechanical properties and surface phenomena occurring
at phase boundaries of micro- and nano-disperse systems.
The Centre includes:
Laboratory of nano-system synthesis
Laboratory of surface phenomena and disperse system
The lab incorporates a complex of labs (soils mechanics, building material studies) equipped with up-to-date testing devices.
Brief description :
The lab allows
testing of building materials, structures and products: determination of physical and mechanical properties of cement, aggregates for exposed finish and mortars (sand, crushed stone, gravel), artificial stone materials (light and heavy aggregate concrete, building mortars, concrete and reinforced concrete structures and products, silica and loam bricks, stones
testing of soils: defining physical, deformational and strength characteristics, share of organic substances, filtration coefficient, seasonal freezing and thawing depth, frost susceptibility, static and dynamic sounding, triaxial compression of soils in stabilometer
lab of numerical modeling: Plaxis, Ansys, Geostudio.
A unique set to visually monitor nano-composite materials conglomeration processes, to measure free surface energy of nano- and high-disperse systems of different rocks, etc.
Brief description :
The set is one-of-a-kind in the sphere of the system of visual monitoring of nano-composite materials conglomeration processes, measuring the free surface energy of nano- and high-disperse systems of different rocks, obtaining and identifying particles in micro- and nano-dimension range. The set can be used for research in building materials sciences, chemical technology, metallurgy, mining industry.
The set includes the following equipment:
- Laser particle analyzer Lasentec D600L (for big amounts of samples)
- Supplementary system of laser analyzer S400E (for small amounts of samples)
- Video-microscopy system V819
- Automatic analyzer of fineness and pores Autosorb-iQ-MP
- Vibrating mill MB-20
- Heating and freezing camera TXB-64
- Thermal conductivity meter МИТ-1
- Building materials moisture content meter ВИМС-2.21
The Centre aims at solving a range of tasks related to design, construction and operation of buildings and foundations, bearing and envelope structures, communications within complex engineering, geological and climatic conditions of the Arkhangelsk Region, Nenets Autonomous Area, and Komi Republic.
Brief description :
The Centre provides:
complex surveys of foundations, bearing and envelope structures, engineering communications,
soils and materials testing
scientific support of construction under complex engineering, geological and climatic conditions
Development and enhancement of state-of-the-art technologies for thermal processing of alloys, including those employing dedicated fast heating facilities.
Brief description :
Equipment and facilities: muffle furnaces; hardness meters; two dedicated fast heating and impact molding facilities; one-of-a-kind test facility for thin belts' and plates' mechanical properties analysis.