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Far Eastern University will introduce new technologies at Dalzavod in the amount of 154,5 million rubles
A scientific project initiated by the Far Eastern Federal University and the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences jointly with the Dalzavod Ship Repair Center became the winner of the competition for the right to receive subsidies within the framework of RF Government Resolution No. 218. A team of scientists from the Federal University and the Academy of Sciences is to develop and implement a complex on the basis of Dalzavod technologies for the restoration of parts using medium and high power fiber lasers. State funding for the project is 154,5 million rubles for three years.
The Dalzavod ship repair center is part of the DCSS group of companies and is the main repair base for the Russian surface and diesel-electric submarine fleet in the Pacific Ocean. By 2017, the scientists of the Far Eastern Federal University and the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences will have to create a set of technologies and equipment for processing parts and introduce it into the production process of the plant. New technologies will be based on efficient energy-saving methods of using medium and high power fiber lasers. More than 270 employees of the School of Engineering and the School of Natural Sciences of the Far Eastern Federal University, the Institute of Automation and Control Processes of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the enterprise itself will take part in the work on the project. The project is headed by the Deputy Director of the School of Natural Sciences of the Far Eastern Federal University, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences Yuri Kulchin.