KYRYCHENKO LIUBOV FEDORIVNA
She was involved in the development of new technologies of emulsification.
Mix designs, technology of preparation and a technology of laying the cationic sludge “Slurry Seal" were developed with her participation.
PATH OF LIFE
Liubov Kyrychenko was born in 1938 in the Donetsk region.
In 1960 she graduated from the Taras Shevchenko Kyiv State University by speciality “Physical Chemistry”.
In 1971 she defended her dissertation at the L.V. Pysarzhevskyi Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR and obtained the PhD in Chemical Sciences.
In 1971 she started her career at our Institute as the Head of the laboratory.
In 1976 Liubov Kyrychenko obtained the academic title of Senior Researcher.
Liubov Kyrychenko’s scientific activity was directed to improving of traditional organic binder’s properties and the creation of new types of binders, the development of new resource- and environmentally friendly technologies.
Liubov Kyrychenko together with Mykhailo Kuchma took an active part in the study of emulsions and the development of new emulsification technologies, new compositions of emulsions and non-traditional at that time methods of their application. It should be noted that in the 70's, there were 24 emulsion bases operated in the roads facilities industry, which produced about 50 thousand tons of bitumen emulsions. The conversion of existing bitumen bases to chemical emulsification technologies has reduced the energy costs for the manufacture of emulsions in many times.
Implementation of the bitumen chemical emulsification method required specialized cationic emulsifiers which were synthesized in the Department and were called carboxyl amines. They could be used as effective adhesives to improve the adhesion of bitumen and stone materials.
In 1974, with the participation of Liubov Kyrychenko, the compositions, technology for preparation and laying of cationic slags (known as “Slurry Seal” technology) were developed using cationic bitumen emulsions on carboxyl amines and phthalic acid amino-polyester specially synthesized for this decomposition retarder. Further wide use of emulsions was hindered by the lack of industrial synthesis of carboxylamine.
Liubov Kyrychenko participated in the development of technology for use of the rubber industry products, such as rubber crumb.
In the 2000’s L Kyrychenko investigated the effectiveness of the adhesive additive of UDOM series (cationic surfactants), polymer modifier of "Polydom" bitumen , “Desetam” emulsifier for different types of emulsions.
Also Liubov Kyrychenko is the author of more than 90 scientific and research papers and more than 30 articles, has 5 copyright certificates.
In particular, she is a co-author of the Technical Specifications: “Polymer modified bitumen”, “Paving bitumen emulsions", “Tar-polymer binders”, VBN V.2.7-218-176-2003 “Construction materials for use of surfactants in road technologies using bitumen”, “Catalogue of modern polymer, surfactants, plasticizers, air-repellent additives and geotextiles”.
She was awarded the bronze medal of the VDNKh (Exhibition of Economic Achievements of the Ukrainian SSR.
In 2001, she was one of the first who was awarded by “Honorary Road Worker” badge for her fruitful long-term scientific activity.
In 2006 - Diploma of Ukravtodor.
In 2013 - Diploma of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine.
The total length of service in “DerzhdorNDI” SE is 46 years.
- MYKOLA PAVLOVYCH SHULGIN
- PETRO MYKOLAIOVYCH KOVAL
- BORYS SAMOILOVYCH RADOVSKYI
- ANATOLII ANDRIIOVYCH RYBALCHENKO
- EHOROV SERHII VIKTOROVYCH
- VYROZHEMSKYI VALERII KOSTIANTYNOVYCH
- VOLODKO VASYL PAVLOVYCH
- NAHAICHUK VASYL MYKHAILOVYCH
- KUCHMA MYKHAILO IVANOVYCH
- Shtilman Yefim Yosypovych
- SASKO MYKOLA FEDOROVYCH
- MISHCHENKO MYKHAILO LEONIDOVYCH
- Choborovska Iryna Stepanivna
- LYTVYNENKO ANATOLII SEMENOVYCH
- PAVLENKO VALERII OLEXANDROVYCH
- DUKHOVNYI ISAAC ZELYKOVYCH
- ZABYSHNYI OLEKSANDR STEPANOVYCH
- TARASENKO LEONID PETROVYCH
- MARTYNENKO LEONID SERHIIOVYCH
- MAKARCHUK OLEKSANDR IVANOVYCH
- KOVALOV PETRO MYKOLAIOVYCH