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Pages: 2575-2580
Publication year: 2018
ISBN: 978-84-09-02709-5
ISSN: 2340-1117
doi: 10.21125/edulearn.2018.0692

Conference name: 10th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
Dates: 2-4 July, 2018
Location: Palma, Spain

THE DEVELOPMENT OF A VIRTUAL MODEL OF LABORATORY INSTALLATION

A. Gabdullina1, A. Zhukeshov1, A. Amrenova2, G. Adambek2, M. Mukhamedryskyzy2, K. Fermakhan2, V. Yengay2

1National Nanotechnology Laboratory of Open Type (KAZAKHSTAN)
2Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (KAZAKHSTAN)
One of the main tasks of higher education institutions is the introduction of information computer technologies (ICT) into the educational process. In this paper, it is proposed to use the possibilities of virtual reality in the educational process. In particular, the results of a developed virtual model of the laboratory installation, the device and the operating principle of its individual components and the installation as a whole are shown.

As the object of research, the installation for obtaining coatings on a material in a vacuum using an arc discharge was used. The installation is called vacuum-arc accelerator - VDU-1. The essence of the proposed method is to apply a functional coating on the substrate material to improve the performance characteristics of structural materials. The problem of extending the service life is relevant for solving various materials science tasks of an applied character. The coating is obtained due to an erosion of the cathode during pulsed plasma treatment.

In order to show the operation of the installation as a whole, its main elements and systems were presented in 3D format. To implement this task have been used computer programs as 3Ds Max and C #. These studies are part of the virtual laboratory work on obtaining coatings by the vacuum arc method. Based on this work in the future, it is also possible to show the physics of the sputtering process and the dependence of the result of plasma treatment on the parameters of the experiment. The results of the virtual experiment will allow to analyze the obtained data and to correct the experiment.

Thus, the virtual laboratory can become an integral part of the laboratory training in the students training of natural and technical specialties. The use of virtual opportunities will help to improve the perception and understanding of such complex laboratory settings as proposed by us. This will increase the efficiency of the work of university students in special courses, where they become acquainted with such laboratory work.
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title = {THE DEVELOPMENT OF A VIRTUAL MODEL OF LABORATORY INSTALLATION},
series = {10th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies},
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A. Gabdullina, A. Zhukeshov, A. Amrenova, G. Adambek, M. Mukhamedryskyzy, K. Fermakhan, V. Yengay (2018) THE DEVELOPMENT OF A VIRTUAL MODEL OF LABORATORY INSTALLATION, EDULEARN18 Proceedings, pp. 2575-2580.
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