Institute of Applied Physics

http://iaph.bas-net.by/  
220072 Minsk, Akademicheskaya str. 16, tel. +375 (17) 357-67-94

Automatic monitoring systems for building structures

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

Belarus

IDENTIFIER

BO10986

PUBLISHED

2024-07-05

LAST UPDATE

2024-07-06

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Responsible
Larisa Zezetko
+375172842415
zezetko@iaph.bas-net.by
Summary
The Institute of Applied Physics offers consumers systems for automatic monitoring of building structures, including the development of circuit solutions, manufacturing and installation of automatic monitoring systems, monitoring the condition of building structures under a manufacturing agreement and/or an outsourcing agreement and is looking for partners interested in a distribution services agreement.
Description
Automatic monitoring systems ensure the safe operation of industrial facilities carrying
structures of unique and high-rise buildings and structures is an important aspect of technogenic safety of the Republic of Belarus.

Automatic monitoring systems are designed to monitor the technical condition of potentially hazardous industrial facilities, load-bearing structures of unique and high-rise buildings and structures. The system includes developed precision sensors for strains, inclination angles, accelerations, methods and devices for their laboratory calibration, installation and adjustment on structures, subsequent verification, systems for digital data transmission from sensors to a computing server, software for processing large sensory data measured by sensors, and system for approximate assessment of construction safety designs. Monitoring services contain an assessment of the condition of the structure based on the analysis of data from the monitoring system, based on the results of which the customer receives information about the presence of dangerous deformations and recommendations on the need to conduct geodetic and other studies. The development of the construction industry of the Republic of Belarus and the constant tightening of requirements for the safety of the functioning of structures create the potential for the use of automatic monitoring systems for structures.

The experience of using monitoring systems developed at the Institute of Applied Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus at landmark facilities of the Republic of Belarus has shown their effectiveness in solving problems of ensuring the safe operation of structures.

The use of an automatic monitoring system makes it possible to timely detect unacceptable changes in the state of structural elements, carry out inspections and repairs, and prevent the occurrence of emergency situations.

Additional information is posted in the Album of promising developments of organizations of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus for the real sector of the economy here (in Russian).
Advantages and Innovations
The monitoring system uses precision certified sensors of our own and other manufacturers, which have high accuracy and stability, as well as developed certified equipment and technology for determining the initial state of steel structures, which allows monitoring the behavior of the structure throughout its entire life cycle. An integrated approach to technical condition monitoring includes the development of circuit solutions and software, manufacturing and installation of sensors, adjustment and commissioning, warranty and post-warranty maintenance of the system.
Stage of development
Already on the market
Funding source
State budged
Internal
IPR status
Exclusive rights
Secret know-how
Sector group
Aeronautics, Space and Dual-Use Technologies
Agrofood
Intelligent Energy
Environment
Maritime Industry and Services
Sustainable Construction

Client information

Type
R&D institution
Year established
1963
NACE keywords
C.32.99 - Other manufacturing n.e.c.
F.43.99 - Other specialised construction activities n.e.c.
M.72.19 - Other research and experimental development on natural sciences and engineering
M.74.90 - Other professional, scientific and technical activities n.e.c.
Turnover (in EUR)
10-20M
Already engaged in transnational cooperation
Yes
Additional comments
The Institute of Applied Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus is the only academic institute, both in the republic and abroad, specializing in the field of physics of non-destructive testing and technical diagnostics.

The main scientific fields of the Institute:
- Physics of non-destructive testing;
- Development of methods and means of non-destructive testing and technical diagnostics of materials, products and technological processes;
- Creation of scientific foundations of information technologies for non-destructive testing and technical diagnostics.

Non-destructive testing methods developed at the institute:
- Methods of ultrasonic flaw detection, structuroscopy, thickness measurement of surface hardened layers;
- Capillary control method;
- Pulse magnetic control method;
- Methods of magnetic thickness measurement of coatings;
- Thermopower method;
- Eddy current methods of flaw detection and structuroscopy;
- Method of magnetic noise structuroscopy;
- Methods for monitoring the magnetic characteristics of soft magnetic materials, magnetic fields and residual magnetization;
- Methods of radio wave flaw detection, structuroscopy, thickness measurement;
- Contact-dynamic method for monitoring the physical and mechanical characteristics of materials;
- Methods of image reconstruction in x-ray tomography.

Solved applied tasks:
- Control of defects in the continuity of parts, blanks and structural elements (defectoscopy);
- Control of the structure and physical and mechanical characteristics of materials;
- Control of the geometric parameters of products, coatings and surface hardened layers;
- Control of the stress-strain state of metal structures;
- Technical diagnostics of objects.

Applied developments of the institute are characterized by a wide range of scientific and technical problems to be solved, which are of a diversified nature, and the developed modern methods and means of non-destructive testing and technical diagnostics are used in energy, space technology, metallurgy, auto, tractor and agricultural engineering, motor building, construction , welding industry, electronics, petrochemistry, railway and road transport, pipeline transport, bridge building, aircraft building, repair services, utilities, medicine, sports, forensics, etc.

The institute has two laboratories accredited by the State Standard of the Republic of Belarus: a testing laboratory for non-destructive testing and a verification laboratory.

Objects of control - Parts, blanks, castings, rolled products, forgings, welded joints, building and other structures made of metal, concrete, plastics, composite materials, pipelines, boilers, tanks, metal structures of hoisting and transport machines, products made of rubber materials, foundations, road coatings, machines and mechanisms, electrical machines, etc.

The Institute of Applied Physics is the only academic institute both in the Republic of Belarus and abroad that specializes in the field of physics of non-destructive testing and technical diagnostics. The results of research on the development of the scientific foundations of the theory of magnetism, electromagnetic, ultrasonic, radio wave, contact-dynamic, capillary and other methods of non-destructive testing brought fame to the institute. Scientists of the institute have created dozens of new types of methods and means of control, protected by copyright certificates and patents from the leading countries of the world, introduced at many industrial enterprises of the republic and abroad. The Institute maintains active international relations, being one of the founders of the World Federation of Non-Destructive Testing Centers (the headquarters of the World Federation is located in the USA). Representatives of the Institute traditionally head the Belarusian Association of Non-Destructive Testing and Technical Diagnostics, which is part of the European Federation of Non-Destructive Testing (EFNDT).
Languages spoken
English
Russian

Information about partnership

Type of partnership considered
Distribution services agreement
Manufacturing agreement
Outsourcing agreement
Type and role of partner sought
Consumers interested in purchasing an automatic monitoring system for building structures, including the development of circuit solutions, manufacturing and installation of automatic monitoring systems, monitoring the condition of building structures under a manufacturing agreement and/or an outsourcing agreement.

Partners interested in purchasing an automatic monitoring system for building structures, including the development of circuit solutions, manufacturing and installation of automatic monitoring systems, and monitoring the condition of building structures under a distribution services agreement.
Type and size of partner sought
> 500 MNE
> 500
251-500
SME 51-250
SME 11-50
SME <= 10
R&D Institution
University
Sole proprietor

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