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Invited researcher Hans-Michael Kroening
Contract number
11.G34.31.0002
Time span of the project
2010-2012
Head of the laboratory

As of 02.06.2020

11
Number of staff members
197
scientific publications
17
Objects of intellectual property
General information

Name of the project: Non-destructive control and diagnostics in manufacturing

Strategy for Scientific and Technological Development Priority Level: а


Goals and objectives

Research directions: Methods and means of non-destructive testing (radiation, ultrasound, optical) and development of software for visualization and processing images in radiation, ultrasound and optical control

Project objective: Creation of an international research and educational laboratory for non-destructive testing within the structure of the National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University which corresponds to one of the five high priority directions of development of the National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University: non-destructive testing and diagnostics in manufacturing and social domains


The practical value of the study

  • We have created a prototype of induction positron accelerator with the energy of 3,5 MeV, a source of positrons for the accelerator.
  • A betatron-based pulse positron injector has been developed as well as an efficient magnetic system for positron acceleration.
  • The TOLMI-150-10 tomograph has been created.
  • A electron positron annihilation spectrometer has been created.
  • We have created an eddy-current defectoscope for controlling cylindrical products.
  • We have created a technology and a prototype of an ultrasound tomograph for controlling nuclear waste containers.
  • The Laboratory has developed technologies and systems for ultrasound quality control of objects with complex geometry made of composite materials.
  • We have developed a technology for ultrasound tomography of composite products and created the biggest robotised ultrasound tomography device.
  • Our researchers have developed special software for controlling the X-ray and ultrasound tomography subsystems, the optical tomography subsystem.
  • We have created experimental subsystems of digital X-ray and ultrasound tomography, optical tomography, an experimental automated workplace. 
  • The Laboratory has developed software and methodologies for testing special software, experimental subsystems for digital X-ray, ultrasound tomography and optical topography.

Implemented results of research:

  • The technology of ultrasound tomography of composite products and the largest robotised ultrasound tomography device in Russia have been implemented in the Research Institute of Electrophysical Equipment - NIIEFA (a division of the «Rosatom» corporation).
  • The intelligent combined automated system for digital machining enterprises has been implemented into the production line of the «Tomsk Electromechanical named after V. V. Vakhrushev».

Education and career development:

  • One doctoral dissertation, 5 candidate dissertations, 15 bachelor degree theses, 3 specialist degree theses, 8 master degree theses have been defended.
  • 7 undergraduate students and 3 undergraduate students are currently receiving additional training in collaborative scientific research programs at international research and education centres. 4 postgraduate students and 2 undergraduate students have participated in international and Russian research and practice conferences. 4 postgraduate students and 3 undergraduate students have presented the work of the Laboratory at various conferences.

Collaborations:

  • Fraunhofer Institute for Non-Destructive Testing (Germany)
  • Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany)
  • Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain)
  • «Tomsk Electromechanical named after V. V. Vakhrushev». (Russia): joint research, collaboration memorandum, joint Federal Target Programme grant «Development of a technology for intelligent production of spatially complex profiled parts»
  • «Mining and Chemical Combine» JSC (Russia): joint Federal Target Programme «Development of a technology for diagnostics and assessment of residual resource of spent nuclear fuel containers based on ultrasound tomography»
  • «Russian Helicopters» holding
  • «Information Satellite Systems» JSC named after academician M. F. Reshetnyov
  • «Kompozit» JSC
  • «Kuranty» LLC: joint grant within the Federal Target Programme «Science» with the topic «Development of a technology for research of composite material samples by nondestuctive control»
  • «InTech» LLC
  • «KUKA Russia» LLC

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Bolotina I.O., Dyakina M.E., Kroening Н.M., Mokhr F., Reddi K.M., Soldatov A.I., Zhantlesov Y.
Ultrasonic Arrays for Quantitative Nondestructive Testing an Engineering Approach. Russian Journal of Nondestructive Testing 49(3): 145–158 (2013).
Salchak Y.A., Bulavinov A.N., Pinchuk R.V., Lider A.M., Bolotina I.O., Sednev D.A.
Dry Storage Casks Monitoring by Means of Ultrasonic Tomography. Physics Procedia 70: 484–487 (2015).
Bolotina I.O., Bulavinov A.N., Lider A.M., Sednev D.A., Shtaynbrekher A.A.
Ultrasonic Inspection of Spent Nuclear Fuel Casks. IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 81: 0120732015 (2015).
Bolotina I.O., Kvasnikov K.G., Shtaynbrekher A.A., Kroening Н.М., Osokin G.E.
Simulation of the Acoustic Field of Antenna Arrays. Key Engineering Materials 685: 70–74 (2016).
Ryabchikov A.I., Kashkarov E.B., Pushilina N.S., Syrtanov M.S., Shevelev A.E., Korneva O.S., Sutygina A.N., Lider A.M.
High-Intensity Low Energy Titanium Ion Implantation into Zirconium Alloy. Applied Surface Science 439: 106–112 (2018).
Dolmatov, D.O., Demyanyuk, D.G., Sednev, D.A., Pinchuk, R.V.
Applying the Algorithm of Calculation in the Frequency Domain to Ultrasonic Tomography // Russian Journal of Nondestructive Testing, 2018, 54(4), с. 232-236.
Filippov, G., Sednev, D., Salchak, Y.
Welded joints geometry testing by means of automated structured light scanning // Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technologies, 2018, 5(5-95), с. 53-60.
Dolmatov, D., Zhvyrblya, V., Sednev, D., Kroening, M.
The imaging algorithm for the ultrasonic evaluation of metal castings by the application of automated testing systems based on a six degree of freedom robotic manipulators // Computer Methods in Materials Science, 2018, 18(2), с. 49-57.
Dolmatov, D.O., Tarrazó-Serrano, D., Minin, O.V., Sednev, D.A., Filippov, G.A., Minin, I.V.
Application of phase-reversal fresnel zone plates for improving the elevation resolution in ultrasonic testing with phased arrays // Sensors (Switzerland), 2019, 19(23), 5080.
Dolmatov, D.O., Sednev, D.A., Bulavinov, A.N., Pinchuk, R.V.
Applying the Algorithm of Calculation in the Frequency Domain to Ultrasonic Tomography of Layered Inhomogeneous Media Using Matrix Antenna Arrays // Russian Journal of Nondestructive Testing 2019, 55(7), с. 499-506.
Ozdiev, A.H., Afornu, B.K., Sednev, D.A.
Optimized Filtered Back-Projection Tomographic Reconstruction Algorithm for the Step-Shift Scanning of a Sample // Research in Nondestructive Evaluation, 2019, 30(3), с. 179-187.
Bolotina, I., Kroening, M., Sednev, D., Veile, I.
Nodularity Control of Spheroid Ductile Cast Iron by Rayleigh Backscattering // Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation, 2020, 39(1), 4.
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