Center for engineering and technology of Moscow Institute of physics and technology for hard-to-recover reserves (MIPT Center for Engineering and Technology) was founded at the end of 2013. MIPT Center for Engineering and Technology activities are aimed to creating of the unique engineering and technology competencies in the area of hard-to-recover reserves.
To reach this goal MIPT Center for Engineering and Technology is realizing the following tools and instruments:
Center for engineering and technology of Moscow Institute of physics and technology for hard-to-recover reserves is the pilot project of the “Plan of actions (road map) in engineering and industrial design “ by Ministry of Industry and Trade of Russian Federation approved by the Government of Russian Federation order No 1300-r dtd 23.07.13.Approved plan.
Identification of compounds and quantitative analysis of complex multicomponent mixtures by the method of chromatomass-spectrometry. Gas chromatograph Agilent Technologies 7890 with mass selective detector 5977
Elemental analysis from Be to U in without a standard UniQuat the method includes sample preparation and is independent of the number of the determined elements. Wave x-ray fluorescence spectrometer Thermo Scientific ARL PERFORM'X 2500
Sample preparation for subsequent elemental analysis by microwave decomposition of samples. System Anton Paar GmbH MULTIWAVE PRO
Elemental analysis (determination of trace quantities) using an MS-ICP. Mass spectrometer with inductively coupled plasma Agilent Technologies 7900 MS-ICP
Elemental analysis (routine definition) method of AES-ICP. Spectrometer of atomic emission with inductively coupled plasma, Thermo Scientific iCAP 6000
Analysis of sulfur in petroleum and petroleum products с ISO 20847-2004, ГОСТ Р 51947-2002, ASTM D 4294-03. Analyzer SPECTROSCAN SL
Quantification SARA - groups (S-saturated hydrocarbons, A-aromatics, R resins, A-asphaltenes). Thin-layer chromatograph model IATROSCAN MK6
3D microtomography with sub-micrometer resolution. The establishment of the microstructure of objects in the field of Mineralogy, Petrology, materials science, and speech. Nominal resolution: 0.35 microns. Maximum diameter/length of scan: 75 mm/70 mm. X-ray the Bruker microCT SkyScan 1272
Microstructural studies. Inverted metallographic microscope Eclipse MA200, Nikon Metrology
Mineralogical analyses. Qualitative and quantitative determination of the mineral composition of ores and concentrates. Raman spectrometer with confocal microscope - based Raman microscope Nicolet DXR Spectrometr, Thermo Scientific