Institute of Industrial and Business Technologies
Ukrainian State University of Science and Technologies

Happy New Year 2023!



Christmas  and  New  Year!

 Best wishes for a Merry Christmas and

Happy New Year!



Happy New Year

If it didn’t bring you joy just leave it behind

Let’s ring in the New Year with good things in mind

Let every bad memory that brought heartache and pain.



Snow on the ground.
Snow on the tree.
Snow on the house.

Snow on me!


It’s winter, it’s winter,
Let us skate and ski!
It’s winter, it’s winter,
It’s great fun for me!


Snowflakes are nice,
Snowflakes are white.
They fall by day,
They fall at night.


New Year To You

Happy New Year to you!

May every great new day

Bring you sweet surprises —

A happiness buffet.

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Information from the library


Dear metallurgists!


Today, September 12, on the 120th anniversary of the birth of O.P. Chekmaryov, the library brings to your attention the book exhibition "Academic Oleksandr Petrovich Chekmaryov".

 The name of the outstanding academician of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR and the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR, hero of Socialist Labor, laureate of State Prizes, honored worker of science and technology of the Ukrainian SSR Oleksandr Petrovych Chekmaryov is known not only in our country, but also far beyond its borders. A talented scientist and engineer, one of the patriarchs of the theory and practice of rolling production. His fundamental works, as well as the works of the scientific school of Ukrainian rolling mills created by him, are well known in all countries with modern metallurgical production.

120th anniversary of O.P. Chekmaryova undoubtedly gives impetus to thoughts and discussions about the fate of science, its role in modern metallurgical and pipe production.


Academician Oleksandr Petrovych Chekmaryov.

To the 120th anniversary of the birth.



The book exhibition is located at the subscription of scientific literature, room 259.

We invite all interested parties.

The library informs


To the 208th anniversary of the birth of Taras Grigoryevich Shevchenko


Love your Ukraine.

To love її ... in time of fierceness,

In the rest, a hard minute

Pray the Lord for her.


Taras Grigorievich Shevchenko



Ukrainian poet, prose writer, thinker, painter, graphic artist, ethnographer, public figure.

Shevchenko's literary heritage, in which poetry plays a central role, in particular the collection "Kobzar", is considered the basis of modern Ukrainian literature and, in many respects, the literary Ukrainian language. Figure of the Ukrainian national movement, member of the Cyril and Methodius Brotherhood.Most of Shevchenko's prose (tales, diary, many letters), as well as some poems, are written in Russian, in connection with which some researchers attribute Shevchenko's work, in addition to Ukrainian, to Russian literature as well.


Childhood and youth


Taras Shevchenko was born on February 25 (March 9), 1814 in the village of Morintsy, Zvenigorod district, Kiev province (now Zvenigorod district, Cherkasy region, Ukraine). He was the third child of serfs Grigory Ivanov Shevchenko and Ekaterina Akimova Boyko - after his sister Ekaterina and brother Nikita. Their owner, V. V. Engelhardt, as the nephew of Prince G. A. Potemkin, inherited a significant part of his Little Russian possessions. 

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The library informs


“The great novelist Charles Dickens”


The book exhibition is dedicated to the 210 th anniversary of the birth

of the outstanding English writer Charles Dickens.



Charles Dickens



"Sift the world's prose, Dickens will remain ..."

L.N. Tolstoy


Not only LN Tolstoy, but also many of Dickens' contemporaries and those who came after him considered him a great writer.

What did you admire about Dickens? The gigantic power of creativity, expressed in the creation of a large-scale figurative world. The world is unusual and bizarre, but allows the reader to imagine the then society in all its aspects.

Charles Dickens was born on February 7, 1812 in Landport, on the outskirts of Portsmouth, in the family of an official in the financial department of the maritime department. Charles's father, John Dickens, was often transferred from city to city: Portsmouth - London - Chetham - London.



The house in Portsmouth where Dickens was born. Currently, the house-museum.


In Chetham, Dickens began to study at school, became interested in theater, and read a lot. But in London, everything has changed: difficult times have come for the family. Charles got a job at a wax factory. This period of life, associated with difficult and contradictory experiences, was reflected in his novels Oliver Twist, Nicholas Nickleby, Little Dorrit.

Later, Dickens worked as a clerk in a law firm, a court reporter. He mastered shorthand, studied French, knew Italian, worked successfully as a parliamentary and newspaper reporter, traveled a lot around the country, surveying the domestic, social and political life of England.



Charles Dickens. Painter F. Alexander, 1842.


Dickens was prompted to choose the profession of a writer not only by the need to work, providing ...

The library informs

To the attention of scientific and pedagogical workers


In order to analyze the indicators of the use by higher education institutions and scientific institutions of test access to the EBSCO and Bentham Science databases and to study the needs for scientists to use other scientific information resources, SSTL of Ukraine conduct a survey.

The survey lasts until March 2, 2022.

Scientific (scientific and pedagogical) workers of higher education and scientific institutions who used test access to the databases of the EBSCO platform and electronic resources of the Bentham Science publishing house are invited to participate in the survey. Based on the results of the survey, it is planned to study the importance and usefulness for scientists to connect to these electronic scientific information resources and the need to ensure future access to these or other resources.

The survey is available at the link:

The library informs



The biggest and most expensive good every nation has its own speech.

Panas Mirny


Dear friends!  February 21 humanity celebrates International Mother Language Day.


“Language is the form of our life,

cultural and national life,

it is the form of our organization.

Language is the soul of every nationality,

her holiness, her most valuable treasure…”.


In the process of teaching and educating the younger generation, the formation of personality, speech plays an important role. Especially important now is the study of the Ukrainian language as the state language, which contributes to the unification of Ukrainians not only in Ukraine, but also abroad, the development of the cultural heritage of the Ukrainian people.


To the attention of our readers we present a book exhibition

"Language is our roots."


 The exhibition presents 14 editions: the Constitution of Ukraine, a monograph, textbooks, workshops, reference books:

 1. Tkachenko, Orest. Ukrainian language and modern life of the world / O. Tkachenko. - K.: Spalah, 2004. - 272 p.

The work is devoted to the development and current state of the Ukrainian language in all the difficulties of its formation, which receive comprehensive coverage (geographical, historical, sociological, cultural, etc.) in comparison with the corresponding situations in other languages of the world. Written in a popular form, the book is assigned to all fans of the Ukrainian language.

 2. Ющук І.П. Українська мова: підручник/ І.П. Ющук. - К.: Либідь, 2004. - 640 с.

The textbook contains information about the origin, development and structure of the modern Ukrainian language as an integral functional system. The oral (sound) and written (spelling) forms of it are considered. Some linguistic phenomena are reflected in a new way. For students of ZVO. It may be useful for those who independently improve their knowledge of the Ukrainian language.


3. Bevzenko, Stepan Pilipovich. Modern Ukrainian language: Syntax: heading help / S.P. Bevzenko, L.P. Litvin, G.V. Semerenko. - K .: Vishcha school, 2005. - 270 p.

A holistic systematic presentation of the syntax of the modern Ukrainian literary language is presented. An attempt has been made to review the main areas of study of Ukrainian syntax. Each section contai ...

The library informs




On Valentine's Day, in the first light of day

Call me your Valentine.

W. Shakespeare. "Hamlet". (From a song by Ophelia)



History of Valentine's Day


Among the ancient Slavs, February bore the apt name "lute". Gloomy, blizzard, sometimes with real severe frosts, sometimes with nasty sleet, this month evokes far from the most pleasant associations. But in England, America and other countries, the word "February" evokes cheerful and pleasant thoughts. And this is not at all due to the difference in climate, but to the fact that February 14 is celebrated as Valentine's Day, or Valentine's Day.

This holiday has no deep religious basis. Its history is unusually romantic, and this day got its name from the name of the Christian martyr - Valentine, who was sentenced to death by the Roman pagans. In the 3rd century A.D. Roman emperor Claudius issued a decree forbidding people to marry. He believed marriage kept men at home, and their destiny is to be good soldiers and bravely fight for Rome. The young Christian priest Valentine did not heed the decree and secretly married young lovers. Having learned about "illegal marriages", the emperor ordered the priest to be imprisoned and then executed.

In prison, Valentine, deprived of sacred books, whiled away his leisure time writing notes to the jailer's daughter. Obviously, both the messages and the daughter were good. Young people fell in love with each other. Despite the cruel circumstances and imminent death, Valentine did not stop thinking about his beloved. Before his execution on February 14, 270, he sent the girl a farewell note filled with love and tenderness with a brief phrase "from Valentine", which later began to mean eternal affection and fidelity. And the date of the death of the priest, who betrothed lovers, despite severe obstacles, and who did not see his own happiness, remained forever in the memory of people. His ashes were buried in the church of St. Praxidis in Rome, its gates became known as the "gates of Valentine". Later, the Church canonized him as a saint, and the lovers chose him as their patron.

Since Rome was still largely pagan in those days, for many, Valentine's Day merged with the ancient feast of the Lupercalia. It was held on February 15 in honor of the Faun - the god of fields, forests, pastures; and animals - in a grotto on the slope of the Roman hill Palatine. All the rituals were performed by Luperk priests, who sacrificed a goat and a dog to the Faun. After that, they ran around the Palatine, lashing the oncoming women with whi ...

The library informs


To the attention of faculty, students and graduate students


Clarivate invites you to a free training webinar

January 27, 2022, 16: 15-17: 15


Topic: Updated Web of Science platform: faster, more convenient, more efficient




Listeners who have listened to more than 90% of the main time of the webinar will receive a participant certificate within three working days. Registration for the webinar is open: follow the link, click Register, fill out the form. Please note that Webex does not support the XP operating system. 

The library informs


To the attention of faculty, students and graduate students 

Clarivate invites you to a free training webinar 

January 26, 2022, 16: 15-17: 15

 Topic: Possibilities of the EndNote reference manager for working with bibliography




Listeners who have listened to more than 90% of the main time of the webinar will receive a participant certificate within three working days. Registration for the webinar is open: follow the link, click Register, fill out the form. Please note that Webex does not support the XP operating system.

The library informs


It was recently, it was a long time ago


2021 is the year of changes in the educational and scientific activities of NMetAU. We have become an institution within the university. Time will show the positive or negative aspects of these transformations.

But we have a history, our history, the history of the development and prosperity of the metallurgical academy. And we are proud of her. It is featured in publications:


1. State Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine [Text]: The history of the formation of the university and the development of its scientific and pedagogical schools /Ed. acad. NAS of Ukraine Yu.M. Tarana-Zhovnira. - Dnipropetrovsk: Thresholds, 1999. - 312 p.

2. State Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine [Text]: prospectus /under the general. ed. Yu.M. Tarana-Zhovnira. - Dnipropetrovsk: "Press of Ukraine", 1999. - 62 p.

3. National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine in names [Text]: encyclopedic reference book /editor: rector of NMetAU, prof. O.G. Wieliczko and others. - Dnipropetrovsk: ART-PRESS, 2008. - 320 p.




4. National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine [Text]: presentation edition /ed. col .: Rector of NMetAU, prof. O.G. Wieliczko and others. - К.: Logos Ukraine, 2015. - 320 p.

5. Dnipropetrovsk region - region of ideas: Scientific potential of Dnipropetrovsk region [Text]: information collection of scientific and innovative ideas of development of Dnipropetrovsk region. Vip. 2 '2010 / compiled by: G.B. Megega, A.L. Demura, OI Demchyk and others, resp. for the issue of Ph.D., prof. S.F. Vlasov. - Dnepropetrovsk, 2010. - 62 p.

6. S.N. Fakhrutdinova. The history of the development of the NMetAu library: (1930-2012) [Text]/ S.N. Fakhrutdinova; MONU, NMETAU. - Dnіpro: NMetAU, 2021. - 54 p.- Russian.




The idea to write about the library of NMetAU arose long ago. And finally, "History of the Development of the Library of NMetAU: (1930-2012)" was published.


Not all events could be covered, not all employees could be described in detail. But the most important moments in the work of the library are reflected in the pages of this publication.

I can say with full confidence that in the success of every scientist, teacher and student there is also a part of the work of the library staff.

Those who are interested in the history of the development of the library are invited to visit the reading room of scientific literature (new building of the library, 2nd floor).

The publication will be of interest to students of the Institute.

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The library informs


To the attention of faculty, students and graduate students 

Clarivate invites you to a free training webinar 

January 13, 2022, 16: 15-17: 15 

Topic: Analysis of grant support and the effectiveness of cooperation in Web of Science and InCites


Listeners who have listened to more than 90% of the main time of the webinar will receive a participant certificate within three working days.
Registration for the webinar is open: follow the link, click Register, fill out the form.
Please note that Webex does not support the XP operating system.

The library informs


"Grigor Tyutyunnik - the courage of kindness"


On the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the birthof the Ukrainian writer Grigor Tyutyunnik



Grigor Tyutyunnik


(05.12.1931 – 06.03.1980)


He was so kind that he was ashamed of his kindness

and tried to at least look stern outwardly.

V. Melnik


In the 60s of the twentieth century, along with famous writers such as O. Gonchar,I. Senchenko, new names sounded: E. Gutsalo, V. Drozd, whose works were either praised or subjected to sharp criticism. But when the first stories of Grigor Tyutyunnik appeared in periodicals, it became clear that a person who was able to speak his word came to literature.


1. Tyutyunnik G.M. A Fire Far in the Steppe: stories and novellas/ author. translation from ukr. N. Dangulova. - M .: "Young Guard", 1982. - 350 p.

The book includes stories written by G. Tyutyunnik in recent years, and his best works. Most of them are dedicated to village workers. The stories "Klimko", "A Fire Far in the Steppe" tell about the difficult military and post-war childhood of Ukrainian children and adolescents.


2. Tyutyunnik G. Cold mint: a story; Stories / author. translation from ukr. N. Dangulova. - M .: "Izvestia", 1981. - 383 p.

The collection "Cold Mint", in addition to stories, includes the story "Environment" - an autobiographical work by Grigor Tyutyunnik. Entire fragments of the story echo the documentary memoirs about the author of "Roots", also included in this book.


Grigor Tyutyunnik

«A Fire Far in the Steppe» 





Grigor Tyutyunnik

«Cold mint»


The writer's works are imbued with love and kindness to people. From the first phrases, the reader is introduce ...

The library informs


We will cherish and cherish our Ukrainian language.


Language is a great heritage of humanity. It is not only the most powerful means of communication, a tool of thinking, but also the history of a people, a necessary condition for its existence. Language is directed both to the inner world of man, his psyche, and to the outer world of nature and human relationships. It is the basis for personal growth. Everyone who strives to achieve success, create himself, must certainly have a culture of speech, that is, learn to observe the established norms of oral and written forms of the literary language, use all its expressive means, depending on the style, genre, type.


Mova for the skin people is unique і - its own;

in niy make up thunder in indignation, in silence - trill nightingales.

On its own natural move and the flow of the hubbub;

green-maples have a maple-like noise.

Solov'ina, barvinkov, spikelet - on viki -

ukrainian rіdnu mov as a gift to me were given batki.

Take care of it, I will peck everywhere and everywhere,

well dina - so, yak mother, mova in the skin from us!

Oksana Zabuzhko


We bring to your attention books on the culture of the Ukrainian language,

which are presented at the exhibition "We will cherish, cherish our Ukrainian language" (new building of the library, 2nd floor, RRSL).


 "We will cherish and cherish our Ukrainian language"



1. Tkachenko O.B. Ukrainian language and linguistic life of the world. - K .: Flash, 2004. –272 s.

The work is devoted to the development and current state of the Ukrainian language in all the difficulties of its formation, which receive comprehensive coverage (geographical, historical, sociolinguistic, cultural, etc.) in comparison with the corresponding situations of other languages ​​of the world. The book, written in a popular form, is intended for all fans of the Ukrainian language, first of all for representatives of social sciences.

2. Matko L.I., Kravets L.V. The culture of the Ukrainian professional language: a textbook. - К .: EC "Academy", 2007. - 360 p.

The textbook was created in accordance with modern concepts of teaching the Ukrainian language in a professional direction and is focused on the formation of students' linguistic and communicative competencies. It considers general information on the course of the culture of the modern Ukrainian language, stylistic differentiation of the modern Ukrainian language, the specifics of the professional, scientific and business language, text norms of scientific and official business styles, the rules for the formation of scientific ...

The library informs


To the attention of the teaching staff, undergraduate and graduate students


 Provided by

the opportunity to work with the EBSCO platform in the format of free test access until December 31. 2021.

To set up access, use the instructions posted on the SSTL website at the link:

A short informational video about the scientific information search algorithm and the possibilities of using EBSCOhost is available at the link:

 Library administration.

The library informs


To the 200th anniversary of the birth of Dostoevsky F.M.



Fedor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky


 Portrait by V.G. Perov. 1872 g. Moscow, State Tretyakov Gallery.


“Dostoevsky's work is the Russian word about the universal.

A deep reading of Dostoevsky is always an event in life, it burns, and the soul receives a new fiery baptism.

A person who has joined the world of Dostoevsky becomes a new person." 

N.A. Berdyaev



Childhood and youth


Fyodor Dostoevsky was born on November 11, 1821 in the family of a doctor at the Moscow Mariinsky Hospital for the Poor, who had the title of head physician, Mikhail Dostoevsky and Maria Nechaeva. 

The childhood of the future writer, his brothers and sisters, passed in Moscow, in the very hospital where the head of the family served. And although the Dostoevskys lived more than modestly, Fyodor Mikhailovich himself called childhood the best time in his life. In the evenings, the family often reads various works: from Karamzin's History of the Russian State to Zhukovsky's poems, and nanny Alyona Frolova told children fairy tales of the peoples of the world, which gave rise to a love of literature in Fyodor's young heart. 

After Mikhail Dostoevsky received the right to hereditary nobility, the family acquired a small estate in the Tula province and spent the summer there.

Particular attention in the upbringing of children was given to education. The father personally taught his children Latin, and hired teachers taught Russian literature and French, arithmetic, geography, and the Law of God. In addition, for several years Fedor and his older brother Mikhail studied at a prestigious Moscow boarding school.

After Fyodor Dostoevsky lost his mother in 1837, he and his brother were sent to study in St. Petersburg - at the Main Engineering School. But Fyodor Mikhailovich himself already then understood that his future would not be associated with the exact sciences, his soul gravitated towards poetry and literature.

The future writer graduated from the school in 1843 and was immediately enrolled as a field engineer-second lieutenant in the Petersburg engineering team. But the service in his specialty lasted only about a year, finally deciding that this was "not his" path, Fyodor Dostoevsky resigned and took up literature.



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Information from the library


Dear library users!

The library fund was replenished with new editions.


The library staff would like to express their gratitude to the esteemed authors. 



 1. Increasing the energy efficiency of blast furnace heating: monograph / L.P. Gres, S.A. Karpenko, A.A. Naumenko, V.P. Ivaschenko, A.O. Eremin, E.A. Karakash, E.V. Gupalo; ed. Doctor of Technical Sciences, prof. L.P. Gresa. - Dnipro: 2021 .- 612 p.


  The monograph provides a general description of heat exchangers of regenerative and recuperative types and methods for increasing energy efficiency, as well as methods for modernizing existing air heaters and heat exchangers for heating combustion components.

   It is intended for specialists of metallurgical and machine-building enterprises, design and research institutes, as well as students, graduate students and doctoral students of metallurgical specialties of universities.

  The monograph is devoted to the scientific and creative cooperation of the collectives of the SoyuzEnergo concern and the National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine.







  2.  Development of steels for metal products for railway purposes: monograph / A.I. Babachenko, GA. Kononenko, O. V. Roslik, K.M. Roslenko, R.V. Podolsky. - Dnipro: "Dominant-print", 2020.- 29 


  In the monograph, scientific provisions on the regularities of the influence of the chemical composition and structural state of ferrite-pearlite steels used for the production of railway metal products (wheels and rails) on their service and operational technical characteristics (wear resistance, sensitivity to thermal effects during braking) were developed.

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The library informs


To the attention of the faculty, undergraduate and graduate students 

Access to Bentham Science granted 

The National Metallurgical Academy received free access to the electronic resources of the Bentham Science publishing house, which will be open until December 15, 2021.

Access to resources is carried out from all computers of the academy with cable Internet.

We remind you that users also have access to the Web of Science database.

Library administration.

The library informs

Dear Readers!

On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the Babi Yar tragedy, the library has prepared a book exhibition “Unforgettable!”.

During World War II, the Nazis created 50 ghettos and more than 180 large concentration camps on the territory of Ukraine. The policy of the fascists was cruel. Humanity will never forget the mass destruction of the population. Babi Yar became the site of mass executions of civilians in Kiev and Soviet prisoners of war. In two days, September 29 and 30, 1941, up to 34 thousand Jews were shot. Babi Yar is a tragedy, first of all, of the Jewish and Ukrainian peoples, which fascism brought to our peoples.

1. Immortality. Book of Memory of Ukraine. 1941-1945 / head. I.A. Gerasimov. - К .: "Book of Memory of Ukraine", 2000. - 944 p .: ill. 

This volume of the historical and memorial series "The Book of Memory of Ukraine" for the first time contains analytical and documentary material about the significant contribution of the Ukrainian people to the victory over fascism. This edition is a modest tribute to the unquenchable memory of those who died on the battlefields for the honor, freedom and independence of the Motherland. The data on the military losses of Ukraine during the Great Patriotic War and the Second World War are summarized. More than 300 documentary photos and newsreels of the war years have been released. 

2. Dovzhenko A. Unforgettable (1941-1943): stories / O. Dovzhenko.- Kiev: "Dnepr", 1980. - 190 p. 

The collection includes well-known stories by A.P. Dovzhenko during the Great Patriotic War, praising the courage and heroism of the Soviet people in the fight against fascism. 


3. Dzyuba I.M. Ukraine in search of a new identity: articles, speeches, interviews, pamphlets / I.M. Dziuba. - К .: Ukraine, 2006 .-- 848 p. - (B-ka of the Shevchenko Committee). 

A frank, truthful conversation about our recent past and present, about the spiritual foundations of Ukrainian independence. The author pays special attention to the problems of Ukrainian identity in modern conditions, the role of national culture in the consolidation of society, in overcoming the threats facing the Ukrainian state today.

4. Poltorak A.I. Nuremberg trial (Basic legal problems) / A.I. Poltorak. - M .: "Science", 1966. - 352 p. 

The Nuremberg Trials played a huge role in the history of international relations and international law. This was the first international trial of aggression and aggressors in world history. The Nuremberg trials revealed the gravest crimes against entire nations, unprecedented in history.   

The presented exhibition is on the subscription of fiction (room 417A). 

We invite everyone to get acquainted with the book exhibition.

Library administration.

The library informs


To the attention of faculty, students and graduate students

Clarivate and Antiplagiat invite authors of scientific publications to a free training webinar:


How to Stop Worrying and Start Publishing


Webinar date: September 29, 2021

Time: 11:00 - 13:00 (UTC + 3)

Conditions of participation: free of charge with preliminary registration by the link:

Webinar program:


Topic 1. "The Author and "Antiplagiat": from love to hate ..."


Topic 2: "Publication Activity: Faster, Higher, Stronger"


A participant's CERTIFICATE is provided, which will be sent by October 6 to the e-mail specified when connecting to the webinar to everyone who will listen to more than 90% of the webinar time.

The library informs


New arrival.




With such a dedication donated to the library the monograph "Rheometallic" (2 copies), Doctor of Technical Sciences, respected professor Shlomchak Georgy Grigorievich. 



The event is extraordinary at the moment. Every year the number of published scientific publications that fall into the library's book fund is decreasing.

The presented monograph highlights the results of research into the fundamental features of the development of deformations of rheologically different metals under complex types of loading. The previously unknown phenomena and regularities of the plastic flow of metals discovered by the author are described. The presented material is united under the general name "Rheometallica", accompanied by a number of diagrams and tables.

The author writes: "Fundamentally new technologies should be based on comprehensive knowledge about metal and the use of this knowledge not according to the principle of" crushing the metal ", but to help it flow plastically, but ... in the right direction." This edition will help to supplement knowledge and help.

Taking the book in hand, you feel the warmth and a large amount of knowledge that the author has put into it. The monograph has been published with great aesthetic taste.

The monograph is intended for researchers and specialists in the field of "Metallurgy", "Materials Science", "Mechanical Engineering", as well as doctoral students, postgraduates and students who are studying in the relevant specialties.

We invite you to visit the library (reading room of scientific literature is located in the new library, 2nd floor) and get acquainted with the presented edition: Rheometallics: monograph / G.G. Shlomchak. - Dnipro: Lira, 2021. - 312 p.

Library Director              S.N. Fakhrutdinova