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Self-Assembly Processes of the Magnetic Polymer Nanocomposites in Magnetic Fields

Processes of self-assembly were studied in the magnetic polymer carbon nanocomposites doped with cobalt nanoclusters. These processes proceed due to the diffusion of magnetic nanoparticles stimulated by a combined effect of an outer steady magnetic fields and heating. The obtained polymer composites are promising for practical applications.

METROLOGICAL RELIABILITY SUPPORT OF THE DISPERSED MEASURING SYSTEM

Cyber-physical  systems  as  dispersed  systems  based  on  interacting  networks  of  physical  and  computing components provide new functionalities for improving the quality of measurement processes. It is proposed to carry out automated operational setup of metrological parameters of these systems measuring channels during operation basing on the code-controlled measures-imitators.

On contemporary legal principles of resistance to commission of administrative offenses

The article deals with the issues of existing legal principles of resistance to administrative offense. The author of an article suggests his vision of prophylactic and preventive administrative measures of resistance to administrative offense.

Rozrakhunok nadzemnoi dilnytsi mahistralnoho truboprovodu na stiikist [Stability calculation for aboveground stations of pipeline]

The mathematical model of stress-strain state aboveground station of pipeline is investigated with taking into consideration interaction aboveground part of pipeline with adjacent to it parts of under­ground pipeline. The underground parts of pipeline which leaning on the soil are considered as elastic Winkler type basis. Local we­akening station of pipe­line in connections areas under­ground part of pipe­line with aboveground part are simu­lated by the in­troduction elastic joints into a system.

Electric Conductivity of Polymer Composites at Mechanical Relaxation

Effect of mechanical relaxations on the relaxation phenomena of electrical conducting polymer composites (ECPC) has been investigated. It has been experimentally shown that filler content significantly affects relaxation characteristics of the material. The main reason of these differences is the effect of the filler type on proceeding of relaxation processes. Rubbers with active carbon blacks display the ranges of slow and fast relaxations much more clearly than those with low active carbon black.