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Daulet Assanov was born in 1987 in Ayaguz (East Kazakhstan) and studied Civil Engineering (heat and gas supply, ventilation and air protection) at the D. Serikbayev East-Kazakhstan State Technical University. In 2015 he successfully defended his Ph.D thesis “Modernization of non-ferrous metallurgy dust collection and processing systems”.
Since 2007 Mr. Assanov is working for the East-Kazakhstan State Technical University.
Professional skills: performing works and services in the field of environmental safety including projects on emission standards; deep knowledge of environmental legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan; improving the efficiency of dust collection systems operation.
Currently, he is working on the project SUMRICA and “The Program on Cooperation of Kazzinc Ltd. and D.Serikbayev East Kazakhstan State Technical University in the sphere of improving the sanitary state of atmospheric air in Ust-Kamenogorsk 2018-2020”.
|Seit 02/2019 ||Assistant
professor of Metallurgy and Mineral Processing Department
|01/2017-02/2019 ||Head of
Metallurgy and Mineral Processing Department
|Seit 2007 ||Engineer in Atmosphere Scientific Research
||Studies of PhD program by Metallurgy at
||Studies of Bachelor and Master program by Civil
Engineering (heat and gas supply, ventilation and air protection) at
2019 || SUMRICA
2018 ||Completion of the complex of
works in the framework of implementing The Program on Cooperation of
Kazzinc Ltd. and D.Serikbayev East Kazakhstan State Technical
University in the sphere of improving the sanitary state of
atmospheric air in Ust-Kamenogorsk 2018-2020|
| 2018 ||Development of draft-programs for automated
monitoring of atmospheric air pollution in the impact zones of Kazzinc
Ltd. in Ridder and Zyryanovsk.|
dust collection units of smelting plant No. 1 and 6 of Aksu Ferroalloy
Plant with the conclusion and recommendations for improving the
efficiency of dust collection and development of road
analysis of equipment on purification of UKMC Kazzinc Ltd. gasses with
the assessment of design data and scientific-technical level
correspondence and with the conclusions on their further
operation efficiency of AES Sogrinskaya TPS Ltd.’s ash collection
unit for sulfur dioxide collection by implementation of recirculating
hydraulic ash removal system alkalization.|
|2010-2011 ||Assessment of Aksu Ferroalloy Plant’s
operation of the process gas purification equipment of Kazzinc
Ltd.’s Ridder Metallurgical Complex|
|2019 ||Establishing the
effects of emissions by major enterprises on the atmospheric air
condition in Zyryanovsk (Assanov, D. et al.). Obogashchenie Rud
(Mineral Processing Journal). 2018. – № 6 (378). – p. 59-65.
|2018 ||Environmental Protection Improvement of
Fabric-Filter Cleaning of Process and Ventilation Gases at the Kazzinc
LLC Ust-Kamenogorsk Metallurgical Complex (Assanov, D. et al.).
Metallurgist. Nos. 7-8, Vol. 62, p. 611–617. DOI:
Status of Dust Collection Systems in Aksu Ferroalloy Plant Smelting
Shop 1 and Functional Improvement to These Systems (Assanov, D. et
al.). Metallurgist. Nos. 5-6, Vol. 62, p. 391-400. DOI:
of Fugitive Emission Reduction in Metallurgical Silicon Production at
Kazsilicon Metallurgical Combine (Assanov, D. et al.). Metallurgist.
Nos. 9-10, Vol. 60, p. 899-904. DOI:
|2016 ||Study of
the performance indices of a dust-cleaning system at the Balkhash
Copper Smelter (Assanov, D. et al.). Metallurgist. Nos. 3-4, Vol. 60,
p. 331-338. DOI: 10.1007/s11015-016-0295-6 |
|2014 ||Improving the Design of the FRI-1600 Bag Filter in
the Dust-Cleaning Section of the Ridder Metallurgical Complex at
Kaztsink (Assanov, D. et al.). Metallurgist. Nos. 11-12, Vol. 57, p.
1076-1081. DOI: 10.1007/s11015-014-9848-8 |
|2013 ||Modernization of Systems Used for Process- and
Ventilation-Gas Cleaning at the Ridder Metallurgical Complex of the
Company Kaztsink (Assanov, D. et al.). Metallurgist. Nos. 7-8, Vol.
57, p. 665-670. DOI: 10.1007/s11015-013-9786-x |
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