Invention of a young scientist from Uzbekistan is being approbated in ItalyA lecturer of energy-mechanical faculty of Navoi State Mining Institute, Javid Rakhmonov, defended his doctoral dissertation at the Italian University of Padua, online.
A young scientist at the age of 31 received a doctorate in technical sciences.
The young man, even when he studied at Tashkent State Technical University, set a high standard for himself. At first he was awarded State Scholarship named after Beruni. Then he became the owner of a scholarship of the Japanese corporation Sumitomo. In 2010, Javid was enrolled in the magistracy of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the University on preferential terms. Being in constant creative search, a young man underwent internship within six months at Technical University of Berlin. He started working in 2012.
The young scientist in 2014 became the owner of the EU grant under the program “Erasmus Mundus” and was admitted to the doctoral studies of the University of Padua, one of the most prestigious education institutions in Italy. During the training he took part in conferences held in London, Madrid, Venice, published scientific articles in foreign publications. Talking about the process of studying abroad, the young scientist also touched upon his scientific work, which includes many achievements in the field of metal science.
– In the Italian industry, the leading place belongs to the automotive industry. Usually engines of cars, airplanes and other equipment are made on the basis of alloys of cast iron, steel and other metals. And it takes a lot of time and fuel to start them. In my scientific research, instead of heavy metals, it is proposed to use a new element with an aluminum alloy, which has high strength. The use of such a light material in technology ensures a reduction in fuel consumption, and as a result, emissions of harmful substances into the atmosphere also decrease, – said J.Rakhmonov. – Parts made of a new alloy, in the process of work withstand the influence of high temperatures and do not lose mechanical properties. These experiments are currently being conducted at Teksid company, which produces necessary parts for the cars of the famous Italian brand Fiat. I hope that the approbation will be successful.
Nuriddin Rakhimov, UzA