«Scientific Journal of the Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University». Vol. 51. No 1. 2020 – download pdf


ICHTHYOLOGY. ECOLOGY


Liudmila S. Byankina
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in Chemistry, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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Olga A. Apanasenko
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in Chemistry, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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Svetlana A. Katkova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in Chemistry, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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Nelly N. Jamskaja
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in Chemistry, Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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STUDY OF THE SORPTION CAPACITY OF MODIFIED SORBENTSBASED ON VERMICULITES RELATIVE TO PROTEIN

Abstract. The adsorption of protein from an aqueous solution on four new vermiculites modified by chemical treatment was studied: I - vermiculite + HCl + polyethylene; II - vermiculite + HCl + polyferrophenylsiloxane;III - vermiculite + HCl + polyphenylsiloxane; IV - cellulose treated vermiculite.Modification of vermiculite by such compounds as polyethylene, polyphenylsiloxane, polyferrophenylsiloxanehas been shown to be ineffective in protein adsorption from aqueous solutions. Cellulose-IV modified sorbent has the best sorption properties with respect to protein; it can be recommendedfor adsorption treatment of wastewater from protein.

Keywords: adsorption, sorbents, vermiculite, modification, wastewater, protein, concentration, optical density.


Vasilii N. Kazachenko
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Doctor of biology sciences, professor of the Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University, doctor of biology sciences, professor of thedepartment of water bioresources and aquaculture,
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Russia, Vladivostok
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PARASITIC COPEPODS (CRUSTACEA) FAMILY CALIGIDAE FROM THE COLLECTIONS OF AZCHERNIRO

Abstract. Information on copepods 9 species 3 genera Caligidae family and their hosts are given for Atlanticand Indian oceans. New hosts were registered for 5 species of copepods (Caligus confusus, C. productus, C. robustus, C. tenax, Lepeophtheirus longipalpus). Caligus tenax is first registeredin the Persian Gulf. Specific copepods for fish are indicated.

Keywords: parasitic copepods, specific hosts; Atlantic, Indian oceans.


Vasilii N. Kazachenko
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Doctor of biology sciences, Professor  
Russia, Vladivostok
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Inga V. Matrosova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in biology, Associate professor 
Russia, Vladivostok
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Galina G. Kalinina
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in biology, Associate professor
Russia, Vladivostok

Irina G. Rybnikova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in biology, Associate professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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PARASITIC COPEPODS (CRUSTACEA: COPEPODA) OF FISHES IN THE PACIFIC, INDIAN AND ATLANTIC OCEANS

Abstract. Information on copepods 13 species 10 genera 6 families and their hosts are given for the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic oceans. Caligus robustus, Acanthochondria ateleopi, Sphyrion quadricornisand Lernaeolophus sultanus have new hosts. Acanthochondria ateleopi is registered in newregion.

Keywords: parasitic copepods, hosts; Pacific, Indian, Atlantic oceans.


SHIP POWER PLANTS, EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS, SHIP NAVIGATION FACILITIES, SHIP ELECTRICAL FACILITIES


Sergey P. Boyko
The Admiral Nevelskoy Maritime State University
PhD in technecal science
Russia, Vladivostok
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Pavel P. Kicha
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in technecal science, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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Nikolay S. Molokov
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Postgraduate student
Russia, Vladivostok

MODELING OF REGIME REGENERATION OF SELF-CLEaNING FILTERS OF LUBRICANT SYSTEMS OF SHIP DIESELS

Abstract.  A methodology for calculating the regeneration parameters of automated filters based on the SRF-60 and SRFD-120 modules is presented, which allows choosing, taking into account the operatingconditions of the oil purifiers of the hydrodynamic mode and the backwash time of their filterelements. The influence on the efficiency of the regeneration of the filtering process, identified bythe specific intensity of the removal of the insoluble dispersed phase from the oil, the hydrodynamics(Reynolds number) and the relative backwash time, the adhesive properties of the deposits, thefilter design, the dispersion of the particles, are highlighted. The possibility of calculating and adjustingthe autonomous life of the self-cleaning filter in the lubrication systems of marine diesel enginesis shown taking into account their forcing, the quality of the used fuels and lubricants, the intensityof oil aging, the operation of additives included in it and the level of contamination withcoarse-grained mechanical impurities.

Keywords: self-cleaning filter, regeneration of the filter, cleaning of fuel and oil, filtering, washing of the filtering elements.


Valentina P. Shaidullina
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in technecal science, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok

Liudmila V. Dubolazova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Senior Lecture
Russia, Vladivostok

THE IMPACT OF EVAPORATOR TEMPERATURE RANGE ON THE REFRIGERATING MACHINE ENERGY EFFICIENCY

Abstract.  The article studies the evaporator temperature range and its impact on the refrigerating machine energy efficiency. We came up with the equation that indicates the dependence of refrigeratingcapacity and compression strength per unit on temperature range.

Keywords:temperature range, compression strength per unit, refrigerating capacity, refrigerating coefficient.


TECHNOLOGY AND QUALITY CONTROL OF FOOD PRODUCTS


Elena V. Glebova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD inTechnical Science, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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ELECTRONIC CERTIFICATION OF AQUATIC BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES IN THE SYSTEM OF FGIS «MERCURY»

Abstract. Since January 1, 2018, registration of veterinary accompanying documents in the territory ofthe Russian Federation is carried out only in electronic form, the creation, circulation and storageof which is carried out in FGIS «MERCURY» - a free automated information system specially createdfor tracking goods under state veterinary supervision. To date, FGIS «MERCURY» is a reliabletool in the fight against illegal and unregulated fishing of aquatic biological resources.

Keywords: veterinary certification, FGIS «MERCURY», electronic certificate, import substitution, falsification, water biological resources.


Elena V. Glebova
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD inTechnical Science, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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Viktoria S. Panachina
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Assistant
Russia, Vladivostok
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MODELING OF THE PROCESS «OPTIMIZATION MENU» IN ACCORDANCE WITH CONSUMER PREFERENCES ONCATERING COMPANIES

Abstract. The successful activity of the catering company is ensured by conducting competent, meeting the needs and desires of the consumer assortment policy in creating the menu. The presence of scatteredrecommendations on the preparation and design of the menu, the absence of any elaborationof the issue of forming or optimizing the current menu (hereinafter optimization of the menu) in accordancewith consumer preferences significantly complicates the implementation of this policy.The optimization of the menu is a multifactorial process, which significantly complicates its management.For visualization of the multifactor process, the methodology of functional modelingIDF0, widely used around the world, was used. The model of the “Menu Optimization” process inaccordance with consumer preferences allows you to define and systematize the main stages of theprocess, its inputs and outputs, control actions and mechanisms, as well as feedback on managementand information. Using the proposed model as the basis for constructing a methodologicalapproach to optimizing the menu will provide catering enterprises with an additional tool in thestruggle to increase competitiveness.

Keywords: catering, menu, satisfaction, consumer, process, model, modeling method, optimization.


Nikolay N. Kovalev
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
Doctor of Biologyical Sciences, ORCHID ID 0000-0001-7100-7208, Author ID Scopus 7005804649, Author ID RSCI 96894,
Russia, Vladivostok
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Viktoria V. Krashchenko
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in Technical Science, Head of Department of Food Biotechnology
Russia, Vladivostok
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INFLUENCE OF JAPANESE KELP PROCESSING METHODS ON THE QUALITY OF WHEAT BREAD

Abstract. The influence of different concentrations of laminaria powder treated with ultrasound of differentpower on the technological properties of wheat bread was determined. Ultrasound treatmentdid not affect the lift of the yeast. Laminaria powder in an amount of 3% suppressed the growth ofsaccharomycetes. Kelp powder treated with ultrasound did not affect the acidity of the test and theorganoleptic characteristics of the finished product.

Keywords: Japanese kelp, ultrasound, yeast lift, physical and chemical parameters of bread.


ECONOMY OF FISHING INDUSTRY


Svetlana G. Volodina
The Far Eastern State Technical Fisheries University
PhD in Economics, Associate Professor
Russia, Vladivostok
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ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF THE LEVEL OF ECONOMIC SAFETY OF FISHING ENTERPRISES (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE PRIMORSKY REGION)

Abstract. The unstable economic situation, which entails an increase in economic instability, a decreaseThe unstable economic situation, which entails an increase in economic instability, a decreasein the likelihood of the successful development of many organizations, indicates the need to prepareeffective tools to eliminate its most significant manifestations. One of the measures to achieve aneffective result is a reliable assessment of the current state of economic security. The use of analyticalprocedures for this purpose will make it possible to timely assess the impact of factors that maypose a threat to business performance. This is especially true for organizations of the fishing industryof the Primorsky Territory that work in specific difficult conditions. The aim of the work was tostudy the economic security of fishing enterprises in the Primorsky Territory. The study showed thatmany of them had problems with profitability, solvency and financial independence. A study of thestate of the economy of such enterprises showed that there are not enough liquid assets and expectedrevenues to pay off debts, losses from the results of operations do not allow increasing the share of equity in sources of financing, and therefore there is a high dependence on externalshare of equity in sources of financing, and therefore there is a high dependence on externalsources of financing.

Keywords: economic security, solvency, liquidity, indicators of financial stability, return on assets,return on equity, return on production, fishing industry, Primorsky Territory.


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