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PETROV Stanislav V.

Born 1947; 1969-1975 - the student of the Kiev Politechnical Institute; the Gas Institute of NAS of Ukraine: 1975 - engineer, 1977 - scientific employee, 1982 - senior scientist, 1985 - conducting senior scientist - up till now. 1982 - Ph.D. degree in Technology and Machines of Welding Production, Thesis: Researches and development of installations of increased capacity for spraying of coatings in combustion products plasma , 1996 - Doctor of Technical Sciences degree in Technology and Machines for Welding and Related Process, Thesis Hardware - technological bases of thermal spraying of coatings and materials processing in gas - air plasma
Since 1998 member of the Special Board for Defense of Doctoral Theses in speciality Processes of the physicotechnical treatment, and Professor of the Kiev Technical University.
Since 2009 Member of the Special Board for Defense of Doctoral Theses in speciality Technical thermophysics and industrial heat-and-power engineering of the Gas Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Scientific Activities:

Main fields of research: Theory of processes in plasma and their applications for spraying, materials processing and plasma chemistry. New engineering, high technologies and plasma equipment.
The research activities of S.V. Petrov in a period 1990 2005 dedicated to plasma technology and equipment of high-power spraying in a supersonic plasma flow of combustion products, plasma surface hardening of heavily loaded machine parts have received wide recognition both in Ukraine and abroad. Aluminoceramic plasma spray coatings have found application in Russia for corrosion protection of pipes. Certificates granted by the government "Standard instruction for protection of heating systems from external corrosion" RD 34.20.518-95, valid since 01.01.1996. TU 1394-002-18550818-99 and technological regulations for the process of plasma deposition of aluminoceramic coatings on pipes and connecting pieces with a diameter of 57-820 mm. One very successful application of plasma processes is treatment of railroad equipment in the Ukraine. Available are plasma surface hardening technologies and equipment developed for increasing the contact-fatigue strength of metal and, as a result, increasing the service life of wheelsets. The tests showed that in all the cases the intensity of wear of the wheelset ridges after plasma hardening was much lower (2,5-3 times) than that of the ridges after standard hardening. The technology for plasma hardening of surfaces of the wheelset ridges is applied commercially using the special plasma equipment and the relevant automatic production line.
The research activities of S.V. Petrov in a period 2006 2013 dedicated to plasma-chemical technology (during development): 1. Procedure and Equipment for Organic Waste Steam Plasma Processing. The work is aimed at the development of a new environmentally appropriated process of waste (including those hazardous and detrimental) conversion into a liquid product the high-quality combustible synthesis gas, and specifically at the increase of the process energy efficiency with minimum emission of harmful substances. 2. Process and Equipment for Plasma-Chemical Production of Silicon for Photovoltaic Power Generation. The purpose of the entire project is to build plasma units designed for a range of powers and productivities. 3. Plasma Treatment of Radioactive Water. The project proposed is intended for commercial application of a system for treatment of water contaminated with radioactive nuclides. This system is based on the use of the dissipated plasma arc discharge in a flowing gas-saturated water environment.
Publications: 2 monograph, 200 publications in referred journals and collections, 45 communications to scientific conferences and 32 patents.

Selected Publications:

  1. Petrov, S.V., Karp, I.N. (2000) Plasma gas air spraying. Kiev: Naukova Dumka.
  2. Petrov, S.V., Saakov, A.G. (2000) Combustion products plasma in surface engineering. Kiev: TOPAS.
  3. Petrov, S.V. (1999) Technological usage of combustion products plasma and its generation. Ecotechnologies and resource saving, 3, 73-80.
  4. Petrov, S.V., Saakov, A.G. (1999) A new approach to restoring of worn-out locomotive crankshafts. Railway Transport of Ukraine, 5, 25-28.
  5. Petrov, S.V., Saakov, A.G. (2002) Technology and equipment for plasma surface hardening of heavy-duty parts. Materials and Manufacturing Processes, 17(3), 363-378.
  6. Petrov, S.V. (2004) Plasmatechnologien zum Haerten von Fahrzeugteilen. Zeitschrift der OSSHD, 1, 410.
  7. Petrov, S.V., Marinsky, G.S., Chernets, A.V., Korzhik, V.N. and Mazunin, V.M. (2006) Application of steam-plasma process for pyrolysis of organic wastes including medical and other hazardous ones. Advances in Electrometallurgy, 2, 55-59.
  8. Petrov, S.V. (2006) Aluminoceramic coating for corrosion protection of pipelines. In: Strategy of the savings of energy in Ukraine. Kiev: Akademperiodika, 1, 493500.
  9. Markashova, L.I., Grigorenko, G.M., Petrov, S.V. (2005) Interrelation between structure and physical-mechanical properties of surface layers of wheel bands in plasma treatment. Advances in Electrometallurgy, 4, 3542.
  10. Karp, I.N., Petrov, S.V. (2013) Thermal spraying of coatings by hydrocarbon gases air mixtures plasma. In: Physicotechnical problems of modern materials science. Kiev: Akademperiodika, 2, 599614.
  11. Petrov, S.V., Bondarenko, S.G., Rubets, D.I. (2013) Modeling the behavior of bubbles in the field of stationary arc discharge. Eastern-European Journal of Enterprise Technology, 3/5(63), 2329.
  12. Petrov S.V. (2013) Plasma process of producing solar silicon. Advances in Electrometallurgy, 3, 3744.
  13. Petrov S.V. (2013) Plasma purification of water and soil from heavy metals and radioactive nuclides. Energy Technologies and Resource Saving, 5, 38-46.
  14. Petrov, S.V., Masato Homma. (2013) Combined carbonization-plasma process for gasification of wastes. In: Papers of ISWA Conf. on Solid Waste Treatment and Disposal: Leading Edge Technologies (Mosow, Russia, 28 - 29 May 2013).
  15. Zhovtyansky, V. A., Petrov, S. V., Lelyukh, Y. I.(2013) Ef?ciency of renewable organic raw materials conversion using plasma technology. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 41(12), 32333239.