Pioneers in Technical Modernization
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, November 7 (KCNA) -- University teachers and researchers are taking the lead in technical modernization of the national economy in the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. Those in College of Computer Science under Kim Il Sung University are computerizing production processes and management of different units of the national economy on a high level.
They went to Tanchon Smeltery with a goal to develop a comprehensive automatic control system to operate the ever-changing production and technical conditions by computers and introduced it into the production process of the calcinations workshop in a short span of time.
As the result, the quality of its products and production environment were further improved.
Basing themselves on the success and experience, they established the computer-aided estimation and surveillance system over all the nonferrous metal production processes including electrolysis.
Teachers and researchers in Hamhung University of Hydraulic Engineering have completed a new method of calculating dam by a 3D program in cooperation with those in Kim Chaek University of Technology.
And they have completed the rational designs of arch-typed dam and structure of surge tank and thus made it possible to save large quantities of materials and carry out projects ahead of schedule.
Teachers and researchers in Pyongyang University of Mechanical Engineering have made a contribution to extending the serviceable life of equipment and increasing production by succeeding in the research which is very important in the production of casting.
Those in Pyongyang University of Agriculture, Wonsan University of Agriculture and other universities have bred high-yielding crops suitable to the local actual conditions and applied them to practice.
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