"Quality and Life" № 1(33) 2022

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Air transport quality management

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p. 02-10

Application of Innovation Management Principles and Approaches in the Development of the Advanced Standardization in the Industry 4.0 era

V.A. Soldatov, Head of the Certification Center of Gazprom VNIIGAZ LLC; Moscow

The article addresses the development of standardization in the Industry 4.0 era. A brief overview of the standardization evolution is provided specifying its undoubted connection with innovation. The need for increased attention to the development of such a field as advanced standardization is indicated. Its essence is revealed. The reason for attributing it to innovation is substantiated, and hence, the principles and approaches of innovation management can be applied in the development of the advanced standards. A description of the author’s algorithm for developing the advanced standards is provided.

Keywords:  advanced  standardization, digitalization, Industry 4.0, innovation management.

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DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-02-10

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Functional-Simultaneous Probabilistic Model of Quality of Life

V.M. Korneeva, Doctor of Engineering Science, Associate Professor, Professor of the Department «Metrology and Interchangeability», Bauman Moscow State Technical University; Moscow

A.A. Barzov, Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor, senior researcher of the Center for Hydrophysical Research of the Faculty of Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University; Moscow

S.S. Korneev, Candidate of Engineering Science, Associate Professor of the Rocket-and-Space Engineering Technologies Department, Bauman Moscow State Technical University; Moscow

It is proposed to use the structural and probabilistic approach to modeling the qualimetric categories that are difficult to formalize, in particular the functional quality of people’s lives. The possibility of building a probabilistic model of quality, taking into account the simultaneity (fr. simultannisme; lat. simul – at the same time) of the interaction of mental and somatic factors of influence on life expectancy is shown. The example of calculated specification of the proposed approach is given and the prospects for its development are outlined.

Keywords: simultaneity, structural-probabilistic approach, quality of life of people, subject of analysis, qualimetric model, psychosomatic state.

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2.         Barzov A.A.,  Korneeva V.M.,  Korneev S.S. Probabilistic modeling of the kinetics of the process of disinfection of liquids during their ultra-jet hydrophysical processing. Quality and Life. 2018. № 12. pp. 311–317.
3.         Barzov A.A.,  Korneeva V.M.,  Korneev S.S., Feofanov A.N. Probabilistic analysis of the effectiveness of the examination of the early stages of the life cycle of high-tech products. Bulletin of MSTU «Stankin». 2020. No. 2(53).
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10.       Barzov A.A.,  Vetlinskaya M.V.,  Sysoev N.N. Predictive modeling of hard-to-formalize categories (by way of the example of psychological aspects of mediation). Moscow. Lomonosov Moscow State University. Faculty of Physics. 2021. 274 p.

DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-11-17

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Improving the Quality of Passenger Services

V.V. Epifanov, Doctor of Engineering Science, Professor, Department «Automobiles», Ulyanovsk State Technical University; Ulyanovsk

E.N. Nikitina, post-graduate student, Technical Systems Management Department, Ulyanovsk State Technical University; Ulyanovsk

S.I. Gusev, post-graduate student, Technical Systems Management Department, Ulyanovsk State Technical University; Ulyanovsk

The article analyzes the problems in the field of passenger services using the example of public road transport. On the basis of the «P-D-C-A» cycle, a process model of quality management is proposed using the example of the interregional road passenger transport system (IRPT). Using the IDEF0 functional modeling, a functional model of the main process was developed in the form of a context diagram «Quality management of passenger transportation in the IRPT system» by way of example of the Ulyanovsk Region. A methodology for assessing passenger satisfaction with the quality of road passenger transport is proposed. A method of expert assessments is used to solve the problem of quality parameters substantiation. As a result, the most significant seven quality parameters were identified, according to experts. The results of monitoring passenger satisfaction with the quality of transport services are presented. To improve the quality and efficiency of public road transport, a set of measures is proposed in four main areas: social, organizational, technical, and economic domains.

Keywords: Management, quality, transportation, transport, modeling, methodology.

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DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-18-22
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Architectural Approach to the Creation of a Software Toolkit for Working with the Evaluation Tools of the Information System on Quality Parameters

B.V. Boytsov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Scientific Supervisor, Department 104 «Technological Design and Quality Management», Moscow Aviation Institute (NRU); First Vice-President, Academy of Quality Problems; Moscow

O.V. Minakova, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor, Voronezh State Technical University; Voronezh

I.V. Potsebneva, Ph.D., Voronezh State Technical University; Voronezh

The article presents the results of the development of a software tool to manage the construction of the assessment tools fund by architectural design with four-level model C4 (S. Brown). The implementation of the tool software is based on Visual Studio Code, with a step-by-step description of the design in UML. The basic microkernel architecture of the selected infrastructure platform allows extending functionality to the target level using individual heterogeneous software modules. The necessary functionality was achieved by implementing additional software modules. The approach presented shows the benefits of creating problem-oriented systems by moving the system architecture to a simple and well-documented software system that supports APIs for plug-ins. The quality assessment of the developed software confirmed its functionality, reliability and portability, but the documentation of extension modules should be standardized to achieve greater ease of use.

Keywords: program development, microkernel architecture, gift file, plugin.

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DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-23-30

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Feedback on Aviation Equipment Design Quality: Problems and Solutions

B.V. Boytsov, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Scientific Supervisor, Department 104 «Technological Design and Quality Management», Moscow Aviation Institute (NRU); First Vice-President, Academy of Quality Problems; Moscow
D.S. Yurin, post-graduate student, Moscow Aviation Institute (NRU), Deputy Executive Director for Quality System, National Helicopter Center Mil&Kamov; Moscow Region, Lyuberetsky District, industrial community Tomilino

R.N. Yakubaliev, post-graduate student, Physical-Technological Institute, RTU-MIREA, Head of the PSR Quality Service Department, National Helicopter Center Mil&Kamov; Moscow Region, Luberetsky District, industrial community Tomilino

A.R. Deniskina, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate Professor, Department 104 «Technological Design and Quality Management», Moscow Aviation Institute (NRU); Moscow

The article reveals the problem of organizing quality assurance feedback between the developer and the manufacturer of aviation equipment. The definition of «feedback on the quality of design documentation» is provided, the requirements for feedback on the quality of design documentation are formulated. The method of organizing quality assurance feedback in a single digital environment between the developer and the manufacturer of aviation equipment is described.

Keywords: design documentation quality, design bureau, product quality, helicopter construction, lean design, feedback, digitalization, lean manufacturing.

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DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-31-36
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Quality of Aviation Equipment as a QMS Controlled Object

D.S. Yurin, Deputy Director, National Helicopter Center Mil&Kamov; Moscow Region, Lyuberetsky District, industrial community Tomilino

The article defines approaches to modeling the quality management system (QMS) and shows the versatility of the concept of quality as a controlled object, as well as its impact on the system. Characteristics of the quality assurance as part of the system life cycle processes are provided.

Keywords: QMS, management system, aviation technology, standards, aviation regulations, quality assurance.

DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-37-45

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Luminescent Analysis as One of the Instruments of Spectrometric Quality Control

A. I. Andreev, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Associate Professor of RUT (MIIT); Moscow

S.M. Kokin, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor of RUT (MIIT); Moscow

A.V. Pautkina, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Associate Professor of RUT (MIIT); Moscow

Y.N. Kharitonov, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Associate Professor of RUT (MIIT); Moscow

The most informative methods of environmental monitoring and quality control of various materials include spectrometric methods based on interaction of matter with electromagnetic radiation, and, in particular, optical molecular spectrometry, including absorption spectrometry, nephelometry, turbidimetry, luminescence analysis.

Keywords: Quality control, spectrophotometry, drinking water, food certification, research activities of students.

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DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-46-51

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Experience in Distance Learning and Advanced Training of Factory Laboratory Specialists at Plywood Enterprises

V.A. Bardonov, Candidate of Technical Sciences, General Director, OOO CSL «Lessertika»; President of Department «Regulation of quality assurance and competitiveness of timber products», Academy of Quality Problems; Kaluga Region, Balabanovo

I.V. Bardonov, Chief Engineer, OOO CSL «Lessertika»; Kaluga Region, Balabanovo

The experience of training specialists and proposals for fitting the factory laboratories with equipment for testing wood slabs and plywood were considered.

Keywords: Distance learning, specialists, factory laboratories, equipment, testing, wood slabs, plywood.

DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-52-54

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Current Status of the Collection of Standardization Documents

N.M. Kuprikov, Candidate of Engineering Sciences, Director, Non-Profit Organization Research and Information Centre «Polar Initiative», Senior Researcher, MAI (NRU); Moscow

D.O. Doronin,  Deputy  Director,  Non-Profit Organization Research and Information Center «Polar Initiative»; Moscow

A.I. Ekimov, Standardization expert of Non-Profit Organization Research and Information Centre «Polar Initiative»; Moscow

E.M. Kuprikova,  technician  at  Non-Profit Organization Research and Information Center «Polar Initiative»; Moscow

M.Y. Kuprikov, Doctor of Engineering Sciences, Professor, Scientific Director of Non-Profit Organization Research and Information Center «Polar Initiative», Head of the Department 904 MAI (NRU); Moscow

We have analyzed the current state of standards fund in the field of tourism and related services. We have developed recommendations for the formation of current works as well long-range (sectorial) standardization program in the field of tourism and related services for the medium term.

Keywords: tourism, standardization documents, standard.

1.            Order of the Federal Agency for Technical Regulation and Metrology of 22.03.2021 No. 381 «On the organization of the Technical Committee on Standardization «Tourism and Related Services».
2.            Order of the Government of the Russian Federation of September 20, 2019 No. 2129-r «On approval of the strategy for the development of tourism in the Russian Federation for the period up to 2035».
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4.            Federal Law of the Russian Federation of November 24, 1996 No. 132-FZ «About bases of tourist activities in the Russian Federation».

DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-55-64


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Cognitive Information Converters of Pilot Activity Algorithms in «Crew – Рighly Automated Aircraft – Environment» System

I.S. Muraviev, Candidate of Engineering Sciences, trainee of test pilot training department of the 929th State Flight-Test Center; Astrakhan Region, Akhtubinsk

The displacement of the pilot by automation from the direct control circuit of the aircraft has led to the fact that the description of the pilot’s activity by such characteristics and indicators as workload and intensity is no longer relevant. In order to investigate the processes of interaction of pilots with the aircraft (AC) and the environment, a new understanding of the classification of pilot’s working information and its perception is needed. This is impossible without an algorithmic description of the modern pilot’s activity. The article proposes new indicators describing the process of functioning of the system «crew – highly automated aircraft – environment», allowing to identify the effective methods of safe existence of aircraft in the operating environment.

Keywords: activity algorithm, information, analysis, disarray, logical complexity, regulation.

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Polymeric Film Materials with Adhesive Layer for External and Internal Marking of Aircraft Structures (Overview)

B.V. Boytsov, Doctor of Engineering, Professor, Research Supervisor of Department 104 of Technological Design and Quality Management in Moscow Aviation Institute (NRU); First Vice-President of Academy of Quality Problems; Moscow

G.N. Kravchenko, PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor, Moscow Aviation Institute (NRU); Moscow

S.A. Medvedev, Senior Lecturer, Moscow Aviation Institute (NRU); Moscow

Products made of polymeric film materials with a sticky layer are used to mark aircrafts in the aeronautical industry and in air transportation. The main factors on the basis of which it has become rational to replace paint and varnish materials with polymeric films are outlined. Aspects of the formation of the regulatory framework for their application in the aviation industry and aircraft companies are touched upon.

Keywords: polymeric adhesive film material, self-adhesive polymeric film, aircraft marking, aircraft exteriors and interiors, advertising on aircrafts, finishing coatings, sticker (application), stencil/paint mask, protective polymeric film coating, paintwork coatings, polymeric composite materials, polymeric film coating.

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Analysis of the Vertical Fins Design, Taking into Account the Operation of Highly Positioned Propeller Engines

E.V. Churochkina, Senior Lecturer, Department 109B, Moscow Aviation Institute (NRU); Rostov Region, Taganrog

I.V. Skibina, Senior Lecturer, Department 109B, Moscow Aviation Institute (NRU); Rostov Region, Taganrog

The article dwells on the study of the interaction of the blasts of the operating high-altitude (above the wing) propeller engines with the tail fins and the wing of seaplanes or amphibian aircraft. To solve this problem, it is necessary to know the change in the stability and controllability characteristics of the aircraft at different distances of the vertical fins relative to the operating engines. The effect of tail fins removal from the operating engines on the stability and controllability characteristics of aircraft of this scheme was determined based on the aerodynamic models weight tests of various aircraft in the SibNIA wind tunnel, and then refined according to the flight tests results.

Keywords: amphibious aircraft, vertical fins of the engines, aerodynamic model.

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DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-85-88
p. 89-96

Multivariative Analysis of the Assessment of the Flight Safety of the Aviation Transport System in the Common Airspace of Joint Aerodromes

A.I. Resinets, candidate of military sciences, associate professor «Design of helicopters» of Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University); Moscow

e-mail: k102@mai.ru

A.A. Resinets, engineer of the aircraft design and certification department of the Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University); Moscow

A.S. Gusev, lecturer, Department of Aerodynamics and Flight Dynamics of the Air Force Military Research and Training Center, Zhukovsky – Gagarin Air Force Academy; Voronezh

The article deals with the problematic issues of interaction of civil, state and experimental aviation transport system with the flight management team and a multi-factor analysis of flight safety assessment in joint deployment aerodromes. The authors conclude that the main links of the aviation transport system «Crew-Aircraft» of different aviation types performing the flight in the common airspace environment of joint deployment aircraft and collocated aircraft interacting with the unified air traffic service group, play the decisive role in ensuring flight safety in the event of special cases during the flight.

Keywords: pilot, aircraft, helicopter, aviation personnel, air transport system, flight simulator, training, retraining.

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DOI: 10.34214/2312-5209-2022-33-1-89-96