Yury Klochkov

Yury Klochkov
Peter the Great St.Petersburg Polytechnic University | SPBSTU

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Enterprise sustainability is a key aim in the fourth industrial revolution era, requiring a new approach based on intelligent technologies that considers the new roles of leadership and sustainability as well as the new trends in emerging smart technologies, with a new focus on Society 5.0. Smart parking has a significant role in fostering the dete...
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In order to effectively organize the process of agricultural enterprises, it is reasonable to involve management tools to build optimal models of interaction of individual components of the production process. The most significant part concerning the technical and economic efficiency is the technological process. However, the harvesting and posthar...
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A well-regarded as well as powerful method named the ‘analytic hierarchy process’ (AHP) uses mathematics and psychology for making and analysing complex decisions. This article aims to present a brief review of the consistency measure of the judgments in AHP. Judgments should not be random or illogical. Several researchers have developed different...
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Different aspects of development and implementation of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) have been analysed in previous period dominantly from the viewpoint of theory and practice related to information systems (IS), management information systems (MIS), information technology (IT), as well as management, teamwork, quality and many dif...
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The democratic welfare government is not only interested in creating educational institutions as infrastructure for education for all, but is also equally keen on quality-oriented, even-handed, and equitable education. In fact, the focus of the Global Agenda SDG 4 is to raise the standard of living and quality of life by ensuring quality and lifelo...
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: This research develops a novel methodology for municipal waste management in Serbia, based on system dynamics modelling. The methodology shows how a country and relevant institutions should address complexities in the waste management sector. Waste management is a critical issue globally, which heavily impacts the economic development of a countr...
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FMEA is a very popular and effective analysis. The main advantage is the arrangemnet of expert groups, which define risks, their effects and organize corrective and preventive actions. But such analysis also has some disadvantage, first of all it is the uncertainties, the other one is the need to choose the corrective event among those that have be...
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The problem of sustainable business excellence has been investigated according to different aspects in different fields. For a more detailed analysis, it is necessary to develop an integrative sustainable business excellence model, respecting the baseline model of business excellence according to the European Foundation of Quality Management, with...
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Network reliability is one of the most important concepts in this modern era. Reliability characteristics, component significance measures, such as the Birnbaum importance measure, critical importance measure, the risk growth factor and average risk growth factor, and network reliability stability of the communication network system have been discu...
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During digitalization of transport service segment people use modern facilities such as geolocation, M2M connectivity, online payments, customer identification. We can also see a high competition here. The task of car sharing managers is to search for the optimal methods of doing business. As the regulations of business, ecological standards and te...
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Wind energy is a kind of renewable energy that plays a significant role in remote areas for pumping water. The windmill is also used to generate electricity. The windmill is also known as a wind pump when it is used for pumping water. In this work, the authors proposed a complex hybrid model of an example of combined system (windmill, rechargeable...
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Currently, enterprises appoint cutting conditions according to reference data or on the recommendations of manufacturers. Often this information does not provide rational processing conditions. The situation is getting worse if we talk about modern automated metalworking equipment. The tool's premature failure involves high economic losses due to d...
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A generalized quality criterion is proposed for the processes of designing and manufacturing electrical equipment. The relationship between the parameters of the technological process of manufacturing electrical equipment and the ones of statistical plans acceptance quality control is taking into account for the calculation of the criterion. This c...
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The article is devoted to the development of quality management systems in terms of the growth of process self-organization. Formulas for calculating the share and level of self-organization of processes are given based on the transaction expenses, compliance, and non-compliance costs. Forms of maps and schemes for monitoring processes of quality m...
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This paper will focus on the transaction costs analysis approach to estimating the level of quality management systems self-organization. It became possible to consider transaction costs in quality management systems with the reclassification of consumer. A suggested classification of consumers includes both “external’ and “internal” consumers and...
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A significant increase in the network of roads, achieved in recent years, highlights the issues of proper repair and maintenance. Ensuring the safety of roads, improving their technical level along with the construction of new roads becomes the main task of road organizations. The solution of this problem is the ultimate goal of the road maintenanc...
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The goal of adapting methods is to increase the effectiveness of quality management methods. Any method of quality management without its appropriate adaptation to a specific production situation may turn out to be unable to work. This is because, in guides and articles, the authors demonstrate the known practice of applying methods. However, to de...
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The paper discusses the theoretical provisions and practical recommendations for the implementation, development and use of QFD analysis to improve the competitive ability of the organization and customer satisfaction, explored the application of Weber–Fechner law. Based on the analysis of theoretical and practical work, it can be concluded that at...
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This paper presents a description and research of the model of the team of experts in the application of the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA). The main factors affecting the efficiency of the team of experts are highlighted. The generalized mathematical model of influence of these factors on efficiency of work of team is described. The rese...
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This book presents a range of qualitative and quantitative analyses in areas such as cybersecurity, sustainability, multivariate analysis, customer satisfaction, parametric programming, software reliability growth modeling, and blockchain technology, to name but a few. It also highlights integrated methods and practices in the areas of machine lear...
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In recent years, there has been an increasing interest in plasma jet numerical simulation. Speed and temperature propagation in axial and radial direction in plasma jet significantly influences on speed and temperature of sprayed material and therefore on coating quality. However, there are few studies concerning plasma jet numerical simulation in...
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Ranking is one of the tools for assessing the competitiveness of universities. There are regional and world rankings of agricultural universities and agricultural sciences. The QS World University Rankings is one of the most influential global university rankings. Only universities that offer all levels of education are included in the QS rating: b...
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The production of elongated shaped charges is particularly dangerous (or in the language of ISO 9001 “special”) and difficult from the point of view of quality control, so it is necessary to pay special attention to the dynamics of customer requirements, the level of development of competitors in order to remain a competitive organization. The prop...
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The publication presents the results of a study of the process of investing in the innovation of the Russian manufacturing industry (sample 2009-2017). Factors of economic efficiency of investment projects of the industry are revealed. It is proved that the efficiency of investment is determined by external factors, primarily by the level of econom...
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The Arctic zone of Russia has an area of more than 9 million square kilometers (4.9 million sq. km continental part, 4.0 million sq. km—sea, 0.2 sq. km—islands). The land areas of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation include the Nenets, Yamalo-Nenets, Chukotka Autonomous Districts (hereinafter—AD), the Murmansk Region and most of the municipal...
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The regional development path depends on managing innovation resources. However, increasing the quantity of innovation activity and managing innovation resources only by financial indicators does not guarantee progress in sustainable development. This paper argues that basic conditions for effective sustainability-oriented innovation activities are...
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Lean Six Sigma (LSS) modifies the DMAIC approach by emphasizing speed. Lean focuses on streamlining a process by identifying and removing non-value added steps. A leaned production process eliminates waste. The target metrics, which affect any business include zero wait time, zero inventory, scheduling using customer pull, cutting batch sizes to im...
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Quality Function Deployment (QFD) is a methodology for transforming customers’ wishes into quality requirements for a product, service or process. QFD methodology was originally developed by Japanese researchers, who designed the approach for transforming customers’ wishes (real or supposed) into detailed product characteristics using special matri...
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The increased competition in the global pharmaceutical market and the necessity to reach higher levels of quality of the pharmaceutical products force manufacturers to seek and adopt more effective and reliable quality management methods and techniques which allow them to introduce products with the highest possible quality level and reduced qualit...
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In the present article, the main principles of the circular economy are outlined in contradistinction with the existing and traditional linear economic model. An econometric model describing the influence of the linear economy on the environment is presented. The environment is characterized by seven key processes: change in global temperature; emi...
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Security vulnerabilities have been of huge concern as an un-patched vulnerability can potentially permit a security breach. Vulnerability Discovery Modelling (VDM) has been a methodical approach that has helped the developers to effectively plan for resource allocation required to develop patches for problematic software releases; and thus improvin...
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This paper discusses the issue of standardization. It has been stated that the present theoretical state of standardization studies does not meet the requirements of the companies operating in innovative market sectors. To solve this problem, it is necessary to form a balanced standardization system. As a basis for such a system, it is proposed to...
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The present paper discusses types of management uncertainty exemplified by the case study of a project of building a multifunctional harbor transshipping center. The analysis is based on the ideas and works of I. Fischer. The paper shows that the role of project management actors substantially influences risks and that change of the actor’s role le...
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The article discusses theoretic foundations and parameters of a latch die cutting process modelled in the software system Deform - 2D. The analysis concerns standard methods of latch cutting which causes the excessive edge deformation (over 10% of a sheet thickness) that does not meet the customers' requirements.
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Existing methods of quality assessment of flat products are not sufficiently effective: they can be used for technological process management with certain limitations. Our research suggests an improved approach to the calculations of priority number of risks. The new suggested approach will allow risk assessment of dependent undesired events.
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The article is devoted to the development of a model for monitoring the effectiveness of the organization development. It is suggested that the development is possible only when the norms and standards, upon which the method for determining the rate of development of the organization is proposed, are changed
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The article is devoted to the application of the method of performance evaluation of the production process design, using associative design. A number of approaches to estimation of efficiency of associative design, which are based on estimates of the design timing, the number of imposed changes at appropriate stages of the product life cycle.
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Human factor plays a crucial role at a company. Thus, it is important to consider and forecast its reaction (such as resistance) at implementation of changes. Our paper suggests an approach which compares models of new management standards to be introduced with key concepts of a management system as seen by management staff. If we define the coordi...
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The article discusses the models of repair process of a turbine compressor package blades. The author determines the boundaries of the assured quality area considering mathematical model analysis and defect detection of rotor blades based on the results of natural vibration frequency measurements.
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Аннотация Present paper compares four ISO 9001 international standard conceptual models based on the analysis of keywords frequency in the texts of four standard versions (years 1994-2015). This procedure allows finding out the main tendencies of requirements change in quality management systems. Moreover, the estimation of keywords importance in...

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Dear Colleagues, The main reason for developing the Arctic region is its resources: About 30% of undiscovered natural gas resources and 13% of undiscovered oil resources, non-ferrous, rare and noble metals deposits are situated in the Arctic region. Moreover, the Arctic ocean is nowadays regarded as an important transport corridor. Interests of Asian countries in the Arctic region Among Asian countries, India, China, South Korea, Japan, and Singapore demonstrate outstanding interest in studying the Arctic region. India has been a permanent observer in the Arctic Council since 2013. India puts forward an initiative of demilitarization and denuclearization of the Arctic region. China is also a permanent observer in the Arctic Council. For China the development of the country into a great maritime power is one of the priority growth areas. China has two key concepts of Arctic region development. The first concept is internationalization of the Arctic region as a common heritage of humanity. The second concept is the development of the “Northern Silk Road”: Control over the Arctic region means control over the world economy. For the Russian Federation, the Arctic region is a traditional sphere of interest. The total area of Russian Arctic territory is over 6 million km2. The area of Arctic maritime space inside territorial waters and exclusive economic zone of the Russian Federation is over 3 million km2. The land area of the Russian Arctic territory is about 18% of the total area of the country. Basic Principles of State Policy of the Russian Federation in the Arctic region provide the following priority directions of Arctic region development: Integrated socioeconomic development of the region, development of research and technologies, development of modern information and telecommunications infrastructure, and provision of environmental security. Climate and environmental conditions The climate of Arctic deserts is extremely severe with strong winds, scarce precipitation and extremely low temperatures (average temperatures of the warmest month are about 0 °С. Snow cover on land territories holds throughout the year melting only for one or one and a half months. Natural resources deposits According to experts’ estimates the Arctic region contains 58% of hydrocarbon resources of the World ocean. According to estimates, only Russian Arctic shelf contains about 100 milliard tons of oil equivalent. At present there are 46 discovered fields, among them 6 unique fields each containing over 500 million tons of oil equivalent. These are Shtokman gas and condensate field in the Barents sea, Leningrad and Russanov gas and condensate fields and Kamenny Cape gas field in the Kara sea, Lunsk oil and condensate field in the Sea of Okhotsk. These six fields contain 64% of discovered resources of Russian Arctic shelf. The Arctic region contains major fields of chemical, copper-nickel and iron ore raw materials, as well as noble and rare metals and rare earth elements. Socioeconomic development of the Arctic region Development of the Arctic region is influenced by the following factors: a) extreme natural and climatic conditions including low temperatures, strong winds and ice cover on the surface of Arctic seas; b) cellular nature of industrial and economic development and underpopulation of the region; c) remoteness from major industrial centers; d) resource-intensiveness and dependence on fuel, food and basic consumer goods supplies from other Russian regions; and e) low sustainability of ecological systems influencing biological balance and the Earth’s climate and their dependence on human impact. Thus, the Arctic region is interesting from economic, political and scientific points of view. Extreme climatic conditions require of special technologies and machines, different forms of government and life support, which increases researcher interest worldwide. The present Specia Issue contains the collection of scientific papers dedicated to the main directions of Arctic region development. Dr. Yury Klochkov Guest Editor