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2009/3
Some results of research of stability of industrial power supply systems
Design, construction and operation of pipeline transport

Authors: Mikhail S. ERSHOV (b. 1952) at 1979 he graduated Gubkin’s Moscow institute of petrochemical and gas industry, doctor, professor. He is an author more then 160 works in the filed of reliability, stability and efficiency of the electrotechnical systems of oil and gas industry.
Andrei V. EGOROV (b. 1957) at 1980 he graduated Gubkin’s Moscow institute of petrochemical and gas industry, doctor, professor. He is an author more then 100 works in the filed of the estimation of electrical power loads, stability of the industrial electrotechnical systems.
Alexander A. TRIFONOV (b. 1979) at 2001 graduated Gubkin’s Russian state university of oil and gas, doctor. He is an author more then 40 works in the filed of the stability of the industrial electrotechnical systems, power management in industrial power supply systems. E-mail: biblioteka@nedrainform.ru

Abstract: Reviewed main regularity describes stability of the industrial electrotechnical systems. Reduced mathematical descriptions of the lines of stability by different disturbances.

Index UDK: 622.323:621.313

Keywords: stability, power supply system

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2009/3
Obtaining and studying properties of biodegradable emulifiers of inverted emulsions for oil industry
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Rashid S. MAGADOV (b. 1952) graduated Moscow Petrochemical and Gas Industry Institute in 1969, Candidate of Engineering Science, Gubkin RSU of Oil and Gas Field Chemistry Institute laboratory chief, author of more than 100 works on organic and petrochemistry.
Michael A. SILIN (b. 1957) graduated Moscow Petrochemical and Gas Industry Institute (now Gubkin RSU of Oil and Gas) in 1978, Doctor of Chemical Science, author of more than 170 works on organic and petrochemistry.
Lidia Z. KLIMOVA (b. 1941) graduated chemistry department of Moscow State Lomonosov University in 1963, Candidate of Engineering Science, Gubkin RSU of Oil and Gas senior researcher, author of more than 100 works on analytical and organic chemistry.
Julia I. MIKIRTUMOVA (b. 1983) graduated Gubkin RSU of Oil and Gas in 2005, Gubkin RSU of Oil and Gas research engineer. E-mail: biblioteka@nedrainform.ru

Abstract: The article describes the method of vegetable oil based thermostable invert emulsions production, that draw professional attention by ecological and reproducible raw material. Optimization of methanolysis technical parameters helped to identify the best production conditions on the base of sunflower, linseed, rapeseed oils. Emulsifiers efficiency evaluation was made on produced invert emulsions thermostability test results.

Index UDK: 665.6/.7

Keywords: emulsifier, inverse emulsions, methanolysis

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2009/3
Modylar celled catalyzator for gasoline fraction hydroforming
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Gulnara M. ABDRAKHMANOVA (b. 1980) at 2003 graduated Russian State University of oil and gas named by I.M. Gubkin. Candidate of technological sciences.
Elena A. CHERNYSHEVA (b. 1962) at 1984 graduated Moscow institute petrochemical and gas industry named by I.M. Gubkin. Candidate of chemical sciences, docent.
Alexander I. KOZLOV (b. 1950) at 1978 graduated Moscow chemico-technological university named by D.I. Mendeleev. Doctor of technic sciences, professor.
Ivan A. KOZLOV (b. 1983) at 2006 graduated Russian chemico-technological university named by D.I. Mendeleev. Student in further education. E-mail: biblioteka@nedrainform.ru

Abstract: Purpose of research is design of technology, which makes it possible to get a new catalytic systems for hydroforming process of gasoline fraction. For the first time catalytic system from modular highly porous material is synthesized for hydrofining process of light distillate fraction. It includes palladium like active component and sulphated dioxide of zirconium like supporting structure.

Index UDK: 665.6/.7

Keywords: hydroforming, catalytic systems, modular highly porous material

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2009/3
Converting methane into syngas and hydrogen under microwave discharge
Oil and gas processing, chemistry of oil and gas

Authors: Pavel A. GUSHCHIN (b. 1983) graduated from the Astrakhan State Technology University in 2005 with M. Sc. degree, finished post-graduated school of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, now Ph.D. of Technology, post-doc in Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Author of 20 publications. E-mail: guschin.p@mail.ru
Evgenyi V. IVANOV (b. 1983) graduated from the Perm State University in 2005 with M. Sc. degree, finished post-graduated school of Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas, now Ph.D. of Chemistry, post-doc in Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Author of 20 publications.

Abstract: Results of plasmachemical methane processing studies proved their efficiency for hydrogen production are presented. It is shown that crude mixture conversion up to 90% is provided with energy expences as low as 2,0-2,5 kWh/(m3 of input methane). It is possible to alter H2:CO ratio in range 3:1-1:1 by varying input components (oxygen, water vapor, carbon dioxide, methane homologs). With H2:CO ratio 2:1 energy expences equal 1,1-1,3 kWh/m3, with ratio 1:1 equal 0,7-0,8 kWh/m3.

Index UDK: 661.961.11; 66.074.36

Keywords: conversion of hydrocarbons, syngas, application of plasma

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2009/3
Properties of the system of equations and solytion structure for problem of oil dusplacement by gas mixtures
Automation, modeling and energy supply in oil and gas sector

Authors: Antonina K. KOZLOVA (b. 1980). Education: Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Department of Automatics and Computer facilities, Chair of Applied Mathematics and Computer Modeling (diploma with the mark of distinction) in 2003. Experince: Scientific Associate at the Institute for Problems in Mechanics Russian Academy of Science; Assistant at the Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Chaer of Applied Mathematics and Computer Modeling (part-time). E-mail: kozlova@ipmnet.ru

Abstract: A two phase «oil-gas» system in local thermodynamic equilibrium is considered. An alternative approach is being developed nowadays to solve compositional models. According to this approach a multicomponent problem is partly separated and the auxiliary problem is formulated in terms of thermodynamic variables. It is shown that the eigenvalues of full problem are expressed through the eigenvalues of auxiliary problem. The technique of hyperbolicity check is developed using the method of auxiliary variable space scanning. Research results can be used in developing of efficient algorithms for compositional problem.

Index UDK: 622.32

Keywords: compositional model, approximation of phase equilibrium, two-steps method

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2009/3
Problems of distributed simulators functioning in secured network segments
Automation, modeling and energy supply in oil and gas sector

Authors: Dmitry G. LEONOV (b. 1970) graduated from the State Academy of Oil and Gas, now Russian State University of Oil and Gas. Cand.Sc. (Eng.), associate professor of Russian State University of Oil and Gas, Automatic Control Systems department. Author of 20 publications in the field of computer simulation of gas transportation systems. E-mail: dl@bugtraq.ru

Abstract: The paper considers different approaches to the task of communication of the distributed simulator components placed in the different secured network segments. Laboriousness and security of possible solutions are estimated. The suggested solution is based on the embedding the internetworking communication mechanism based on the regular polling into the distributed simulator system.

Index UDK: 681.5

Keywords: distributed simulator, internetworking communication mechanism

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2009/3
Methods of drawing automation with AutoCAD
Automation, modeling and energy supply in oil and gas sector

Authors: Sergey V. BAIBAKOV (b. 1984). The post-graduate student, “Technology of Oil and Gas Machine Building” chair. Gubkin Russin State University of Oil and Gas Mechanical engineer, “Technology of Machine Building” 2001-2006, Postgraduate course, “Technology of Machine Building” 2007 - present day. Seven publications, including one monograph.
Mikhail V. ANISIMOV (b. 1984). Engineer, “Mostransgas” Ltd. Gubkin Russin State University of Oil and Gas Mechanical engineer, “Technology of Machine Building” 2001- 2006. E-mail: biblioteka@nedrainform.ru

Abstract: In this article basic techniques to automation of drawings production by means of computers were reviewed. The comparative analysis of different approaches to automation was made and its' advantages and disadvantages were disclosed. As the example the program based on one of the studied methods is presented. The program allows to significantly increase the productivity and quality of work thanks to automatic drowning up of the specifications and obtaining of ready-to-use blanks meeting the State standards in AutoCAD file.

Index UDK: 658.512.26

Keywords: automation of drawing, Advantages, Drawbacks, "Specification" program

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2009/3
Software code generation for the numerical simulation of complicated multiphysics problems for the thermogas dynamic bajenov bed series stimulation
Automation, modeling and energy supply in oil and gas sector

Authors: Sergey S. ARSENYEV-OBRAZTSOV (b. 1951) in 1975 graduated from the Moscow institute of petrochemical and gas industry, PhD, associate professor of the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. E-mail: arss@mail.ru

Abstract: The problem of creating multipurpose software for code generation of numerical solvers for one-dimensional systems of partial differential equations with moving boundaries for numerical simulation complicated multiphysics problems, have been considered and solved.

Index UDK: 519.685+591.63

Keywords: program code generation, Moving boundary problem, thermogas dynamic stimulation of formation, kerogen, Landau transform

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2009/3
The quality control of pipes at manufacturers the corporate requirement of open society «Gazprom» on maintenance of the guaranteed level of safety and quality
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Maxim P. POLIKARPOV (b. 1976) graduated from Gubkin Academy of Oil and Gas, candidate of technical sciences, assistant-prof. at Dept. of Quality management, standardization and certification of oil and gas equipment. 35 publications. E-mail: m_pol@rambler.ru

Abstract: Customer's representatives can be invited to control the quality of tubular goods at the manufacturer's works as a means of providing the assurance level of safety and quality. The main corporate principles of open society «Gazprom» in the field of the competence of the inspecting organization authorized to control the quality, are identified.

Index UDK: 58.512.26

Keywords: pipes, tubular goods, quality, safety, inspection, competence

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2009/3
Method increasing precision and validity of commodity balance for tank batteries of petroleum products
Economics and management in fuel and energy complex industries

Authors: Alexander G. GODNEV (b. 1947) has ended the Moscow power institute, PhD, the senior lecturer, the general director of Joint-Stock Company of scientific and technological centre IIT. The author of 60 works in the field of metrology, measuring apparatuses and control systems.
Evgenie I. ZORJA (b. 1947) has ended in 1971 Moscow government technical university it. Bauman. The senior lecturer of chair fuel logistic and gas supply, managing laboratory of problems of quality in a fuel and energy complex Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. The author of 90 works in the field of efficiency, safety and stability of functioning of system fuel logistic. E-mail: biblioteka@nedrainform.ru

Abstract: A method to increase the precision of calculations of storable mass of petroleum products on the basis of correlation link between observed data at tempering through an atomized standpipe of bottom loading and actual level measurements and gravity of a product in the reservoir.

Index UDK: 378(075.8):665.6/7

Keywords: commodity balance, precision, validity

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