Laboratory of System Problems in Control and Automation in Mechanical Engineering

The main directions:

  1. Development of the theory of control of complex human-machine systems
  2. Analysis and synthesis of structures of complex man-machine systems based on the use of cause-effect complexes
  3. Modeling of cause-effect complexes for analysis and synthesis of complex mechatronic and human-machine systems
  4. Modeling and optimization of thermomechanical and heat-electrophysical processes in nanostructured products using adaptive finite element models
  5. Investigation of the dynamics of mechanical systems of variable configuration and composition
  6. Methodology for the synthesis of power management systems for industrial enterprises, based on the structuring and unification of the design process
  7. A set of tasks for managing the power consumption of enterprises, providing energy savings and improving the safety of energy facilities
  8. Automation and computerization of production on the basis of modern information technologies
  9. Development of models, methods and software for the analysis of electrophysical processes, synthesis of multi-electrode carbon nanoscale structures for perspective applications in instrument engineering
  10. Software for modeling and synthesizing a system for precise thermostating of a sapphire resonator on bulk acoustic waves for a microwave reference oscillator

Results:

  1.  modernization of the experimental base for advanced flight research in the interests of developing effective automated control systems and avionics for prospective helicopters and unmanned systems,
  2. the creation of a scientific and technical base and recommendations for the design and flight testing of a new generation of helicopters,
  3. reduction of the development time of control systems for prospective helicopters and unmanned systems.

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