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Название Comparison of oil products as components of granulits for Siberia, extreme North and the Arctic areas
DOI 10.17580/em.2023.02.15
Автор Frantov A. E., Viktorov S. D., Lapikov I. N.
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Research Institute of Comprehensive Exploration of Mineral Resources—IPKON, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia

Frantov A. E., Leading Researcher, Doctor of Engineering Sciences, aef1948@gmail.com
Viktorov S. D., Chief Researcher, Professor, Doctor of Engineering Sciences
Lapikov I. N., Senior Researcher, Candidate of Engineering Sciences


The article discusses the properties of oil products in the chain of manufacture and application of industrial explosives–granulits in the conditions of the northern and arctic zones of Russia in dislocation of its resource potential in the European and Asian parts of the country. It is shown that in manufacture of granulits in operation flows in the northern and arctic conditions (pumping, filtration, nozzle spraying, mixing, etc.), it is expedient to use diesel fuels and mineral oils of such grades, classes and groups that possess high flowability under negative temperatures. The evaluation involves the analysis of the trends of the oil product properties under low temperatures using the quality criterion—temperature gradation of climatic conditions of application (summer, interseasonal, winter, arctic, etc.) and the quantity criteria—values of filterability temperature limit, cloud point and pour point per grades, classes and types of fuels and oils. In the viscosity evaluation of the oil products used in manufacture of granulits, the quality criteria remain the same, and the quantity criteria include the value and range of viscosity under different conditions of application. Using the indicators of the flash point, self-ignition point and the limit combustion point, the fire and explosion hazards of the test oil products is evaluated.

The research is conducted as part of the comprehensive scientific and technical program of a complete innovative cycle "Development and implementation of a complex of technologies in the fields of exploration and extraction of minerals, ensuring of industrial safety, bioremediation, creation of new products of deep processing of coal raw materials with consecutive amelioration of ecological impact on the environment and risks to human life", approved by the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation from 11.05.2022 №1144-r., Agreement № 075-15-2022-1185 dated September 28, 2022.

Ключевые слова Northern and arctic regions, physicotechnical geotechnologies, industrial explosives, granulits, oil products, diesel fuel, mineral oil, viscosity, oil product properties under low temperatures, flash point, evaluation criteria
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