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Name of the discipline

Computer design, modeling and analysis of complex systems

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Grade level, specialty

1, specialty «mechanics»

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Semester of studying

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Amount of credits

5

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Full name of the lecturer

Doctor of Phys.Math. Sciences, Professor Zhuravkov MA;Doctor of Phys.Math. Sciences, Associate ProfessorKravchuk A.S.
Candidate of Technical Sciences, Associate ProfessorGromykoO.V.

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Objectives of studying the discipline

The aim of the course is to research and computer design systems having a complex structure.
As a result of the study, the master student must be able to:
 create computer 3D models of mechanical systems in the main CAD / CAE packages;
 build geomechanical models, take into account the complex properties of soils and rocks;
 be able to reduce the strength calculation of a complex system to the calculation of fragments of the environment, private nodes or individual parts;
 use fictitious parameters for modeling the creep of homogeneous bodies and media using standard software;
 build parametric models of machine parts;
 solve problems and hydro and gas dynamics, acoustics, heat transfer / heat resistance;
 solve the problems of kinematics and the dynamics of complex mechanisms;
 conduct functional and cost analysis of complex systems in order to optimize their structures.

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Prerequisites

Computer Mechanics, Theoretical Mechanics, Dynamics, Theory of Oscillations, Numerical Methods of Continuum Mechanics, Material Resistance, Simplest Methods for Averaging Mechanical Properties of Composite Media, Information Technologies

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Contents of the discipline

Theoretical and practical foundations of computer modeling applied to problems of research of complex systems. Features of solving nonlinear problems. The toolkit of software complexes ANSYS WB and APDL, SolidWorks, Femap / Nastran, CreoElements, Adams, VisualNastran. Methods for compiling complex calculation schemes for solving CM problems, computer simulation and automated calculations of dynamics and strength, hydro and gas dynamics, acoustics, heat transfer / heat resistance, material resistance, theoretical and applied mechanics. General information about complex systems. Basics of designing complex information systems. Structural approach to the design of complex systems. Principles of classification of information in complex systems. Methodology for the design of complex information systems. Information technology in the design of complex systems. Derivation of general equations of static of a rigid homogeneous body for some models of creep. Methodical features of solving creep problems for the models under consideration with the help of standard finite element support in the example of ANSYSAPDL. Consider examples of solving parametric problems using ANSYSAPDL.
Hierarchical models of composite laminates. Equivalent continual models of composites and regular spatial structures.
Features of the use of computer simulation systems for the kinematics and dynamics of machines and mechanisms ANSYSWB, SolidWorks, CreoElements, Adams, VisualNastran. Motion modeling. An analysis of the initial conditions. Kinematic and dynamic analysis of complex systems.

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Recommended literature

 Аnsys for engineers / Chigarev AV, Kravchuk AS, Smalyuk А.F. – Moscow: Mechanical Engineering, 2004. – 511 p.
 Malikov R.F. Practice on computer modeling of physical phenomena and objects. Tutorial. – Ufa: BashPU, 2005. – 291 p.
 Gromyko O.V. Calculation of regular truss structures by the continuum scheme – Mn .: BSU, 2003. – 192 p.
 Gromyko AO, Gromyko OV, Zhuravkov MA, Medvedev DG Continuum mechanics. Curvilinear bars, plates and shells: a course of lectures / ed. MA Zhuravkova. – Moscow: BSU, 2005. – 364 p
 Glyakov SA, Gromyko OV, Zhuravkov MA, Medvedev DG Computer mechanics. Dynamic and kinematic analysis of mechanical systems: a course of lectures. / Ed. MA Zhuravkova. – Moscow: BSU, 2006. – 375 p.
 Robotics. Mathematical and computer modeling of the manipulator mechanics. Course of lectures / AA Tsareva AO Gromyko, O. V. Gromyko, MA Zhuravkov / Under the total. Ed. prof. M. A. Zhuravkova. – Moscow: BSU, 2012 – 223 p.
 Resistance of materials. Course of lectures / OV Gromyko, MA Zhuravkov, DG Medvedev, AO Gromyko, AO Gromyko / Under total. Ed. prof. M. A. Zhuravkova. – Moscow: BSU, 2013 – 535 p
 Computer modeling in geomechanics MA Zhuravkov, OL Konovalov, SI Bogdan – Mn .: BSU, 2008
 Fedorova NN, Valger SA, Danilov MN, Zakharova Yu.V. Fundamentals of work in ANSYS 17. – DMK Press 2017. – 210 p.
 Tarasyuk, I.A. Calculation of the effective elasticity parameters in the mean of isotropic composite bodies in the case of recording the Hooke law for the Cauchy strain tensor. Tarasyuk, A.S. Kravchuk // APRIORI. Series: Natural and Technical Sciences [Electronic resource]. 2015. № 3. http://apriorijournal.ru/seria2/32015/TarasyukKravchuk.pdf
 Kravchuk A.S. Method for calculating the effective coefficients in the equation of thermal conductivity of a composite body. Kravchuk, A.I. Kravchuk, I.A. Tarasyuk // Bulletin of St. Petersburg State University. Series 4, T. 2 (60), 2016, issue 4 p. 335341
 Kravchuk A.S. Study of axisymmetric oscillations of a circular composite membrane Kravchuk, A.I. Kravchuk, I.A. Tarasyuk // Factory laboratory. Diagnosis of materials, No. 2, 2016 T. 82, p.5359.
 Kravchuk A.S. Equation of diffusion of a composite mixture into a composite medium Kravchuk, A.I. Kravchuk, Т.S. Popova // Engineering Physics Journal, 2016, Vol. 89, No. 4, p. 10411046.
 Tugolukov EN, Tkachev AG, Rukhov AV Designing of complex systems. – Tambov: Publishing house of Tamb. state. those. University, 2008. – 32 p.
 Shimkovich DG Calculation of structures in MSC.NASTRAN forWindows. Moscow: DMK, 2004. 704 p.
 Alyamovskiy AA Engineering calculations in SolidWorksSimulation. Moscow: DMK Press, 2010. 464 p.

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Teaching Methods

Lectures, laboratory classes.
The problematic, dialogheuristic, visual, method of forming the personal significance of knowledge

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Language of studying

Russian

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Conditions (requirements)

Evaluation in the exam is set taking into account:
 60% – laboratory work, seminars, individual work
 40% – oral answer in the exam

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Form of current certification

Exam
