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Issues of production and consumption of oil road materials in the Russian Federation
Technical sciences

Authors: Alexey A. GUREEV graduated from the Chemical Faculty of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1972. Professor, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Scientific Instructor of the Scientific and Educational Center „Bituminous Materials” of the Department of „Oil Refining Technologies” of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research Univer- sity). Scientific interests: research of physical and chemical properties of petroleum bitumen, oil refining. He is author of more than 150 scientific publications.
E-mail: a.gureev@mail.ru
Polina M. TYUKILINA graduated from of Samara State University in 2002. Candidate of Technical Sciences. Scientific interest: study of the physico-chemical characteristics of petroleum binders. She is author of 18 scientific publications. E-mail: tyukilina_pm@mail.ru
Thi Thanh Yen NGUYEN graduated from the Department of Oil Refining Technologies of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas (National Research University), with Master Degree in the direction of „Chemical Technology” in 2017. She is postgraduate of technical sciences. Her scientific interests is the regulation of the rheological properties of petroleum binders.
E-mail: thyen_vn@yahoo.com.vn

Abstract: The article summarizes some of the activities of the SEC „Bituminous materials” of the University, and all studies of the RECs of the BM are based on the principles created by Professor Z.I. Syunyaev and the successfully developed scientific school „Oil dispersed systems”. It is shown that the most important factor for ensuring the durability of road surfaces from asphalt concrete mixtures (ABS) is the existence of reversible deformations of the binder material (elasticity); and in a certain interval of values of the depth of oxidation of tar, along with the loss of elasticity, the product acquires an ever higher plasticity. The necessity of making additions and changes to the current GOST 33133 is also shown. The principles of testing organization, knitting in the American system Superpave, proposed for introduction in the Russian Federation, are given.
Examples of the development of bitumen production technologies in the Russian Federation are given, taking into account modern concepts of production and technological complexes in oil refining; The advantages of the developed and introduced with the participation of the authors of the technology of production of compound bitumen of Novobit brands are explained. The need to expand the assortment of modified road bitumen on the Russian market is shown both through the use of cheaper thermoplastic polymers and by grafting polymer molecules to native tar-asphaltene tar structures. The conclusion is made about the expediency of creating powerful bitumen terminals associated with the plans for the development of the country’s road network, as well as a number of practical recommendations for the creation of roads of European quality in Russia.

Index UDK: 666.96; 665.637.8; 665.61.7 (075.8); 665.775; 620.171.2

Keywords: oil road binders, GOST 33133, Superpave, bitumen production technology, storage and transportation of bitumen, expansion of assortment of binders, durability, elasticity

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