The department “Machine components and mechatronic systems” was created in 2017 on the basis of the departments “Machine components and applied mechanics” and “Hydro pneumatic automation and hydraulic drive”. The department has 23 employees: 5 professors and 8 associate professors (among them there are 3 doctors of technical sciences and 7 candidates of technical sciences), 1 senior lectures, 1 assistant and 7 teaching and support staff.
The department “Machine components and mechatronic systems” trains specialists in the specialty 131 “Applied Mechanics” (competitive proposal “Engineering of mechatronic hydro-pneumatic systems”) at two levels:
Master (on the basis of a bachelor’s degree or a junior specialist).
Graduates of the department who have shown the ability to research activities are given the opportunity to continue their education in graduate school.
Development of a methodology for improving the technical level of the supports of rotor systems (Prof. A. Gaydamaka);
Creation of the theory of dynamic stability control of rotor systems (Prof. A. Gaydamaka, Ass. Prof. V. Klitnoi);
Ways of eliminating failures of high-loaded parts and units of machines (Prof. Y. Muzykin)
Energy efficiency of industrial hydraulic drive systems (Prof. P. Andrenko);
Synthesis of energy-saving pneumatic drive (Prof. G. Krutikov).
Qualifications and Areas of Specialization
Specialty: 131 “Applied Mechanics”
Competitive proposal: 131-06 “Engineering mechatronic hydro-pneumatic systems”