Vladimir Golovanevskiy

Vladimir Golovanevskiy
Curtin University

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Introduction
Vladimir Golovanevskiy is a Professor at the Corrosion Centre, Western Australian School of Mines: Minerals, Energy, and Chemical Engineering at Curtin University. Vladimir does research in Materials Science, Minerals Processing, Mechanical and Civil Engineering and Thermal Physics. His most recent publication is 'Elastic properties of steel-cord rubber conveyor belt'.

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Publications (21)
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Plasma blasting technology (PBT) is a potential alternative to chemical blasting and mechanical cutting methods for fragmentation of natural rocks, concrete, geopolymers, and other rocks-like materials. We present an analytical model of PBT addressing currently inadequate understanding of the dynamics of shock waves generation and propagation versu...
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Reinforced with steel-cord rubber conveyor belt (SCB), i.e. a unidirectional composite material (CM) with some of the fundamental mechanical properties values of its reinforcement and matrix differing by a factor of ten thousand, is a key infrastructure component of overland minerals transportation industry. Critically, to date no investigative wor...
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A recent subsea failure of two subsea connectors made of UNS S32760, a 25 wt% Cr super duplex stainless steel, led to an extensive root cause failure analysis. The components showed a single longitudinal crack along a swaged section, which arrested toward its thicker end. The brittle nature of the fracture surface, calcareous deposits on the compon...
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This study evaluates the thermal properties of cement mortar using by-product ferronickel slag (FNS) fine aggregate and its residual strength after high temperature exposure. Compressive strength of mortar increased when FNS was used up to 50% replacement of sand and then reduced with further increase of FNS. Volume of permeable voids (VPV) increas...
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The strong interconnection and interrelation of safety and security properties of industrial system which are based on programmable logic (field programmable gate arrays, FPGA) is reviewed. Information security, i.e. system's ability to protect the information and data from unauthorized access and modification, is a subordinate property with respec...
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The ground state band structure, magnetic moments, charges and population numbers of electronic shells of Cu and Fe atoms have been calculated for chalcopyrite CuFeS2 using density functional theory. The comparison between our calculation results and experimental data (X-ray photoemission, X-ray absorption and neutron diffraction spectroscopy) has...
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Using a point (superconductor-constriction-superconductor, ScS) contact in a single-Josephson-junction superconducting quantum interference device (RF SQUID) provides stochastic resonance conditions at any, arbitrary small, value of loop inductance and the contact critical current unlike SQUIDs with more traditional tunnel (superconductor-insulator...
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Nuclear quadrupole resonance (NQR), nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and nuclear gamma-resonance (NGR or Mössbauer Effect) methods are generally described as highly sensitive tools in studies of local electronic structure and symmetry in solid-state materials. This is due to high informativity in electronic structure investigations, high resolution...
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Nuclear resonance methods, including Mössbauer spectroscopy,are considered as unique techniques suitable for remote on-line mineralogical analysis. The employment of these methods provides potentially significant commercial benefits for mining industry. As applied to copper sulfide ores, Mössbauer spectroscopy method is suitable for the analysis no...
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This study is concerned with the optimal model configuration for aerodynamic modeling of long open cargo railway trains. Frontal air drag of several train configurations was studied using numerical modeling and physical i.e. wind tunnel testing of 1:40 scale railcar models in a range of cross-wind angles. In a long train, the locomotive and the las...
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Vibration is one of the mechanisms affecting bulk granular materials behaviour in transportation and material separation efficiency in pharmaceutical, chemical, food, mineral processing and other industries. Understanding fundamentals of vibration and their influence on bulk materials handling is gaining an increasing importance in the economies of...
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The results of electro-discharge fracture of large-size concrete samples with electrical breakdown initiation by the exploding wire are presented. In order to minimize the operating voltage of the pulse generator and to increase the discharge gap and hence the energy absorption by the plasma channel that leads to the fracture build-up, the electro-...
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Wear parts of many mineral processing and mining equipment are often subjected to high stress loads applied at high speeds and at varying angles of incidence, where the prevalent mode of wear is high-stress gouging/sliding impact abrasion. Examples include crusher liners, wear liners in hoppers and chutes, picks on roadheaders, discs on tunnel bori...
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A new technology has been developed that allows FRP pipes with joints. A new technology has been developed that allows FRP pipes with joints to be manufactured in a continuous process with joints becoming an integral part of the overall FRP-pipe structure. The possibility of joints with strength equal to the pipe-wall strength was confirmed experim...
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The presence of materials and manufacturing defects in honeycomb composite materials sandwich structures affects the overall performance characteristics of the sandwich structure. This paper offers a first, comprehensive system for the classification of various manufacturing defects encountered in honeycomb composite materials sandwich structures p...
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The presence of materials and manufacturing defects in Honeycomb Composite Materials Sandwich Structures affects the overall performance characteristics of the sandwich structure. This paper presents the results of a thorough study into the effects of static electricity build-up during the manufacture of a Nomex polymer paper honeycomb, a common co...
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Understanding heat transfer properties of advanced composite materials (CM) structures is gaining increasing importance in industries such as medicine and cryogenics, aerospace and electronics where structures made from advanced CM are being used as heat bridges. The main goal in such applications of advanced CM structures is achieving maximum load...

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