KHRUSTALEV Tolstoy( Doctor of Technical Sciences (1981). Professor (1989). Head of the Laboratory of permafrost engineering department geocryology Geological Faculty (1984).)
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Biography KHRUSTALEV Tolstoy
Born October 9, 1933. G. Moscow. He graduated from the Moscow Civil Engineering Institute (1957).
Doctor of Technical Sciences (1981). Professor (1989). Head of the Laboratory of permafrost engineering department geocryology Geological Faculty (1984).
Scholar-RAH Cryology on Earth (1964) and engineering geology, hydrogeology, and permafrost study (1990). Member of the International Permafrost Association (1993), a member of the International Society for Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering (1983), a member of the National Committee for Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering (1964). A member of specialized councils of Moscow State University (1985) and the Permafrost Institute Siberian Branch of the RAH (1984).
He was awarded a silver and 2 bronze medals VDHH. He was awarded the honorary title of Honored Inventor of the Komi Republic, and a diploma Presidium of the Supreme Komi ASSR.
. Research interests: has developed a new research direction in the engineering of permafrost - forecast reliability of geotechnical systems in permafrost and its optimization cost
. One of the applications of research in this direction was the development of three new methods of foundation, noted inventor's certificates and medals VDHH. Has 22 author certificates.
. Reads lectures Geotechnical system for students in the permafrost zone IV course, thermal and mechanical interaction of engineering structures with permafrost V students of the course of the geological department.
. By 8 candidates of sciences.
. Has published 108 scientific papers, t.ch
. 7 monographs, 4 textbooks.
- Temperature range permafrost in built-up area (1971),
- Probabilistic and statistical calculations grounds of buildings in permafrost (co-author. GP Pustovojt, 1988),
- Engineering Geocryology (al. ED Ershov, GI Dubik, S. Yu Parmuzin, 1991).