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Phisico-technological Institute of Metals and Alloys, NASU

Building of Phisico-technological Institute of Metals and Alloys (PTIMA)

General Information

Phisico-technological Institute of Metals and Alloys (up to 1996 has been referred to as Institute of Foundry Problems) of the National Academy of Science of Ukraine was established in 1958. Nowadays it is one of the largest European scientific and technical centers in the fields of foundry, metallurgy and material science.

Institute’s Focus

  • Study of liquid state of multicomponent steels and alloys;
  • Interaction of melts with soluble and unsoluble, liquid and gaseous reagents;
  • Improvement of existing and elaboration of new ferrous and non-ferrous alloys on the basis of complex and economic alloying, modifying, dispersion strengthening, artificial introduction into metallic melts of granules, particles, etc.;
  • Study of physical, chemical, heat and mass exchanging processes and their influence on properties and on characteristics of metallic melts during their laser, plasma and electron-beam treatment;
  • Development of scientific principles of creation of new ferrous and non-ferrous alloys;
  • Researches of influence of power and electromagnetic fields, centrifugal forces, controllable heat treatment on hydrodynamic, heat-exchanging and solidification processes of molten metals;
  • Researches on external effects influence on liquid and crystallized metals.

Cast pert from copper, supperalloys and Nb-, Ti-, Zr-based alloys.
Cast pert from copper, supperalloys
and Nb-, Ti-, Zr-based alloys.

Melting section of PTIMA
Melting section

Structure of institute includes

  • Department of New Cast Materials
  • Department of Composite Materials
  • Department of Precipitation Strengthening Alloys
  • Department of Casting and Structure Formation of Steel
  • Department of Physics and Chemistry of Alloys
  • Department of Melting and Refining Processes of Alloys
  • Department of Electron-Beam Technology
  • Thermometry and Physico-Chemical Investigation
  • Department of Mould Formation Processes
  • Department of High-Strengthen and Special Cast Iron
  • Department of Bimetallic Casting Technology
  • Department of Mechanics of Liquid and Solidifying Alloys
  • Department of Magnetohydrodynamics Technology
  • Department of Automatization
  • Department of Mathematical Method of Investigation and Computer Technology
  • Department of Co-ordination and Forecast of Researches
  • Department of the continuous casting and casting and deformation processes
  • Department of Advanced Development and transfer of scientific research

Technologies of the Phisico-technological Institute of Metals and Alloys(to see each click below)

Partnership Opportunities

The plant based on a vacuum magnetodynamic unit has been designed and introduced into the industry for production of ingots from high strength Al-Mg base alloys of the following traditional types: Al-Mg-Zn-Cu; Al-Li-Mg-Zn-Cu of the new ones alloyed by Sc. The structure of the produced metal intentionally is fine with no dendritic component.

The high quality of cast aluminum alloys as well as high liquid aluminum yield ratio during casting is accomplished by application of several new technologies developed in the Institute.

The new materials such as nickel-free and low-nickel chromium- manganese nitrogen steels with carbon-nitride strengthening were developed as substitutes of common used standard cast and wrought chromium-nickel steels. The elaborated steels have the same or even higher technological characteristics and working life. Moreover they have significantly lower cost. The steels are destined for the manufacture of cast tooling for heat-treating and roasting equipment; parts of machines and aggregates, which are exploited at 700-1100°C.

The methods of the electron-beam skull melting of titanium, niobium and zirconium with their simultaneous stirring in crucible are developed. The most important is development connected with zirconium production for heat dissipating elements of nuclear power stations since it sufficiently contributes into the program of arranging the nuclear-fuel cycle in Ukraine.

The new cost efficient compositions of nickel silver and cupronickel alloys was designed. The technology for manufacturing precise monetary strip from the alloys was developed. Production of strips has been realized at Artyomovsky Plant for treatment of non-ferrous metal.

Contact Details

Naydek Vladimir Leontievich, Director, Academician of NASU
Address: 34/1 Vernadskogo, Kiev, Ukraine, 03680
Tel: +380 44 424-35-15
Fax: +380 44 424-12-10
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