Department "Technology of silicate materials, rare and precious metals"

 Head of Department

Doctor of technical Sciences, Professor

Aripova Mastura Hikmatovna

Tel .: + 998-71-244-92-48

Fax .: + 998-71-244-92-48

e-mail: aripova1957@yandex.ru

Visit time: Monday, Wednesday, Friday

9.00-12.00

HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT

The first 18 specialists in «Ceramics and fire-proof materials» and «Technology of knitting materials» specialty were educated in the Central-Asian State University in 1929-1940. The education of manufacturing engineers specialized in «Technology of silicates» began in 1940 at the Central-Asian Industrial Institute. On the foundation of this institute the department «Technology of silicates» was opened first, and manufacturing engineer Tarnovskiy S.P. was appointed head of the department. From 1941 prof. Sepin was appointed to this post, and from 1944 it was held by doc. Kantsepolskiy I.S.

Since 1947 this post was held by prof. Tojiev F.H for 50 years, who is an Honored Worker of Science of Uzbekistan.

In 1961 the Central-Asian Polytechnic Institute was re-named into Polytechnic Institute of Tashkent and education of engineers in two directions: “Chemical technology of ceramics and fire-proof materials” and “Chemical technology of knitting materials”.

In 1983 the head of department of “Chemical technology of ceramics and fire-proof materials” became prof. Tojiev F.H, and the head of “Chemical technology of knitting materials” became prof. Ismatov A.A.

In 1991 the department was re-named into “Technology of ceramics and glass” and the department head was prof. Ismatov A.A, and the department head of “Chemical technology of knitting materials” was prof. Atakuziev T.A. In 1999 both departments were merged and named “Technology of silicate materials”. Prof. Ismatov A.A was appointed as the head of the merged departments. From 2001-2002 prof. Eminov A.M held the post and in 2002-2010 years prof. Ismatov A.A became the departmental head again.

In 2010 prof. Aripova M.X was appointed the head of department.

In 2011 the department was re-named into “Technology of silicate materials and rare precious metals”. At present the department prepares both bachelors and magistrates in the following direcions

 

Directions of Bachelors

5320400 Chemical technology (silicate materials)

5320400 Chemical technology (building materials)

5320400 Chemical technology (by manufacture of rare and precious metals)

5320400 Chemical technology (electrochemistry)

 

Specialties of Magistracy:

 

5A320305 – Machines and apparatuses of chemical industry and enterprise of construction materials.

5A320401 – Chemical technology of inorganic materials (by chemical technology of rare and precious metals).

5A320404 – Chemical technology of silicate and refractory nonmetallic materials.

 

Post graduate course/ Doctorate

 

02.00.15 – Technology of silicate and refractory nonmetal materials.

 

Independent investigation course

02.00.15 – Technology of silicate and refractory nonmetal materials.

 

Since this department was established over 5000 students graduated by getting a engineer-technologist, bachelor and masters degree.

 

TEACHING-METHODICAL WORKS

 

Typical programs and teaching-methodical complexes have been developed in the department in all of the special disciplines of bachelors and magistrate specialties.

 

 

In the recent years over 100 textbooks and 100 teaching-methodical manuals were published by the professors and teachers of our department.

 

SUBJECTS

 

Bachelor’s subjects:

 

  1. Introduction to specialty.
  2. Material science.
  3. Basics of enterprises Design.
  4. Physical and physical-chemical methods of analysis.
  5. Technology of silicate and refractory nonmetal materials.
  6. Technology of building materials and metals.
  7. Basis of physical and chemical analysis of silicate and refractory nonmetallic materials.
  8. Technology of ceramic materials.
  9. Technology of glass.
  10. Technology of knitting materials.
  11. Physical chemistry of ceramic materials.
  12. Physical chemistry of glass and glass ceramics.
  13. Physical chemistry of knitting materials.
  14. Basis of crystallography, mineralogy and crystallochemistry.
  15. Thermal processes and plants in manufacture of ceramic materials
  16.  Thermal processes and plants in manufacture of glass materials
  17. Thermal processes and plants in manufacture of knitting materials
  18. Equipments and plants in manufacture of ceramic materials.
  19. Equipments and plants in manufacture of glass materials.
  20. Equipments and plants in manufacture of knitting materials.
  21. Technology of fire-proof materials.
  22. Technology of composition-knitting materials.
  23. Technology of glass ceramic materials.
  24. Technology of enamel coatings for metal products.
  25. Theoretical electrochemistry.
  26. Electrochemical metalling.
  27. Manufacture of galvanic elements.
  28. Electrochemistry.
  29. Hydroelectrometallurgy
  30. Corrosion of materials.
  31.  Electrosynthesis of inorganic substances.
  32. Chemical resistance of materials and a framework for the protection against corrosion.
  33.  Equipment and methods of corrosion protection.
  34. Chemistry of rare and precious metals.
  35. Equipments and basis projects of rare and precious metals’ manufacture.
  36. Pyro and hydrometallurgical processes in manufacture of rare metals.
  37. Physical and physic-chemical methods of control of rare metals.
  38. Basis of extraction in Technology of rare metals
  39. Chemistry of coordination compounds of precious and rare metals.
  40. Enrichment of ore rare metals.
  41. Technology of rare and precious metals.

 

Master’s subjects:

  1. Processes of modern ceramic materials production.
  2. Innovative technologies of ceramic, glass and knitting materials.
  3. Physical chemistry of silicate and refractory nonmetallic materials.
  4. Advanced technologies of production of silicate materials.
  5. Chemical technology of building materials.
  6. Physical chemistry of ceramic materials.
  7. Modern methods of analysis of ceramic materials.
  8. Chemical Engineering.
  9. Installation and operation of machines and devices and chemical industry and production of construction materials.
  10. Theoretical basis of structural corrosion of materials.
  1. Chemistry and technology of rare metals.
  2. Calculus and design of technological equipment of enterprises.
  3. Theory of hydrometallurgical processes.
  4. The processes and equipment for the production of rare and radioactive elements.
  5. Analytical control and monitoring in production of rare and radioactive elements.
  6. Technological mineralogy and chemistry of crystals.
  7. Nanomaterials and nanotechnology.
  8. Thermodynamics of metallurgical processes.
  9. Chemistry and Technology of precious metals.

Priority directions of research activity of the department:

The science-research works of our department are tensely connected with the development of the silicate industry in Uzbekistan. The new researches of the department are directed on synthesis of glasses and glass-ceramics for technical and medical use, acid-resistant ceramics on the basis of local raw materials and industrial wastes, the studying of their physical and chemical properties.

Under the guidance of Professor M.Kh.Aripova research on the development of structures and technology of biomaterials that act as substitutes for bones and participating in osteosynthesis was carried out. A number of studies focused on the development of processes and the development of recycling of phosphogypsum with production of acid-resistant cements on its base.

The department paid serious attention to the continuous cooperation with the enterprises of industries and science, in particular:

1. On the basis of local raw materials a technology of production of ceramic tiles and frits have been developed, the technology implemented in Industry at the "Art Gloss Galery" company, 4  Acts of Tests received in 2015 for work performed.

2. Biocompatible materials developed under the guidance of prof. Aripova M.K. have successfully passed clinical tests and used in the Tashkent Institute of Traumatology.

3. Developed under the guidance of Assoc.prof., Ph.D. Abdusattarov Sh.M. "Building brick production technology based on local raw materials"  have been implemented in Navoi in 2015-2016.

List of professors-teachers of the department:

 Academic staff

Position

Science degree

1

Aripova M.H.

Head of the Chair

 DSc. Professor

2

Yunusov M.Yu.

Professor

D.Sc. Prof.

3

Mukhamedbaeva Z.

Docent

Cand.of science

4

Alimjanova J.

Docent

Cand.of science

5

Yusupova M.N.

Docent

Cand.of science

6

Ganieva M. M.

Docent

Cand.of science

7

Kadirova Z.Ch..

Docent

Cand.of science

8

Babakhanova Z.A.

Docent

Cand.of science

9

Ruzibaev B.R.

Docent

Cand.of science

10

Abdusalomov A.

Docent

Cand.of science

11

Abdusattorov Sh.

Docent

Cand.of science

12

Khakimova G.N.

Docent

Cand.of science

13

Toshkentboev O.

Docent

Cand.of science

14

Mukhtorov A.R.

Docent

Cand.of science

15

Rakhmatov B

Assistant

 

16

Mirzaakhmedova M.

Assistant

 

17

Abdurakhmonov O.

Assistant

 

18

Matkarimov Z.

Assistant

 
19

Nam Tatyana Olegovna

Assistant  
20 Yakhyaev U Assistant