SASKO MYKOLA FEDOROVYCH
His accomplishments include the following:
- development of new technological solutions for the use of stabilized soils in road construction;
- systematization of soils by their properties for road construction;
- development of a classification of mine dump rocks and recommendations for the construction of roads from coal waste and coal beneficiation waste.
PATH OF LIFE
Sasko Mykola Fedorovych was born in 1930 in the village of Parkhomovka of the Kharkiv region.
In the period from 1948 to 1953 he was a student of the Kharkiv Automobile and Road Institute, and at the same time worked in the working design group of the road-building trust № 3 on the construction of Moscow-Simferopol and Kyiv-Rostov-Ordzhonikidze (Vladikavkaz) highways.
In 1957 he entered the graduate course at the Department of Road Construction of the Kharkiv Automobile and Road Institute where he worked as an assistant at the Department. In 1962 he defended his dissertation and received the title of Candidate of Technical Sciences. The dissertation topic is "Research on soil composition design taking into account technological factors and service life of pavements".
From 1963 to 1969 he worked as the Head of the Department of Subgrade and Soil Stabilization in the Kazakhstan branch of SoyuzdorNDI. During his work in 1965 he received the title of Senior Researcher.
In 1968 he started working at our Institute as a Researcher in the Soils Department, and in 1969 he headed this Department.
With his active participation, new technological solutions for the use of stabilized soils in road construction were developed in the Department, for which 74 copyright certificates of inventions were obtained, and more than a hundred normative and information-technical documents were prepared. These works played a major role in building a network of local roads in the areas rich in stone materials.
At the initiative and under his leadership, the Institute began to study the properties of burnt mine and dump rocks of coal mining and coal beneficiation in the mines of Donets Basin in order to use them in the road industry. As a result of scientific research, it was determined that this material is very heterogeneous in quality and unstable over time. As a result of these researches, the classification of mine dump rocks and recommendations on the construction of highways from wastes of coal mining and coal beneficiation was developed. According to the developed recommendations, a number of sites were built in Donets Basin.
Mykola Sasko performed a number of theoretical studies concerning the systematization of soils by their properties for road construction of the so-called "atomic" model of soil, in order to create a passport and periodic system of soils, their classification.
Scientific and technical developments were marked by many diplomas and medals of the All-Union and Republican exhibitions of best practices.
He died on January 9, 2016.
- SHULGIN MYKOLA PAVLOVYCH
- KOVAL PETRO MYKOLAIOVYCH
- RADOVSKYI BORYS SAMOILOVYCH
- RYBALCHENKO ANATOLII ANDRIIOVYCH
- 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
- KYRYCHENKO LIUBOV FEDORIVNA
- PAVLENKO VALERII OLEXANDROVYCH
- DUKHOVNYI ISAAC ZELYKOVYCH
- ZABYSHNYI OLEKSANDR STEPANOVYCH
- TARASENKO LEONID PETROVYCH
- MARTYNENKO LEONID SERHIIOVYCH
- MAKARCHUK OLEKSANDR IVANOVYCH
- KOVALOV PETRO MYKOLAIOVYCH