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Bryanskiy L.

Bryanskiy Lev was born in 1924, had been serving in the armed forces since 1942 to 1946, participated in battles at Stepnoy and First Ukrainian fronts. After the demobilization he graduated from Moscow Aviation Institute (State University of Aerospace Technologies). Bryanskiy Lev is the author of the wide range of monographs and more than 170 other publications, he has government awards, he is a honorary member of Metrological Academy and distinguished metrologist of Russian Federation, a candidate of technics. He has been working in Russian National Research Institute for Physicotechnical and Radio Engineering Measurements (VNIIFTRI) since 1954.

Articles of this author

Metrology and the formation of civilizations

Issue: KIPiS 2013 #3

Metrology, its formation and development is one of the general laws, formation signs and development of any human civilization. The present article contains detailed facts proving the close correlation between these two concepts.

Russian metrology and Russian metrologists

Issue: KIPiS 2012 #2

The present article is devoted to the history of Russian metrology starting from the times of the first regulations by Prince Vladimir to the foundation of All- Russia D.I. Mendeleyev Scientific and Research Institute for Metrology (VNIIM). You will get to know about the place and time when the first specialized metrological institute in the world was founded, how the metric system was introduced in Russia and who made a valuable contribution to the development of metrology.

Measurement methodology

Issue: KIPiS 2012 #1

Usually measurement methodology is associated with State System for Ensuring Uniform Measurement, which in very details describes what is measured and which methods and steps should be taken to get the exact results. But it’s quite wrong to suppose that such methodology has recently appeared. Generally speaking, it throws back to ancientry when people had their own ways to measure things. The present interesting and detailed article includes examples of measurement methodologies of the centuries B.C. up to nowadays.

Metrology and the source of exact sciences

Issue: KIPiS 2011 #6

What put the beginning of the development of such exact sciences like mathematics, geometry, astronomy, chemistry etc.? And why are they so connected with metrology? All exact sciences are based on different concepts and suppositions that were put forward centuries ago and after that taken as so-called standards, the basis. Considering the definition of metrology term - it is a science about measurements compared to standards. May this be evidence of the connection between metrology and such sciences? The author of this article shares various facts which can prove such connection.

Gordian knots of Metrology

Issue: KIPiS 2011 #5

The expression «cut the Gordian knot» means to find a non-trivial, bold and simple solution to a complex, confusing issue. It is unlikely that someone could say how many Gordian knots arose in practical metrology, especially in the development of national standards of units and scales of measurement. Each «know-how» — proposed and implemented – is another Gordian knot untied. The author tells about these «knots» in this article.


Current issue
#4 December 2021
KIPiS 2021 #4
Topic of the issue:
Modern instrumentation