Main Scientific Results and Achievements

Ministry of Science and
Higher Education
of the Russian Federation

Russian Academy of Sciences

Department of power engineering, mechanical engineering, mechanics and control processes

Mechanical Engineering Research
Institute of the Russian
Academy of Sciences

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 1. As regards to biomechanical wave processes in the"man-machine-environment"system:
For Genetic Biomechanics that studies structural relationships between inherited biomechanical systems and molecular-genetic system, providing interference-free multi-channel transmission of genetic information on the chain of generations:

  • there has been developed and justified the concept of the connection between the structures of genetic informatics and the formalisms of the theory of oscillatory systems with many degrees of freedom (the "resonance-genetic concept");
  • there has been revealed the importance of the role of oblique projection operators in the matrix-algebraic analysis of genetic and spiral structures;
  • there have been developed new software tools for biomechanics research of the cardiovascular system.
2. As regards to the dynamics of mechatronic robotic systems:
The concept and theoretical basis for the creation of active spatial modular structures with adaptive kinematics of robotic systems for various purposes, including the anthropomorphic limbs.
3. As regards to the dynamics and stability of engineering facilities and systems under vibrational and shock-wave impact:
Based on the experimental studies carried out, the methods for calculating the interaction of shock waves in a channel of variable cross-section and the shape of a cavity formation during detonation destruction of the protective elements of the reflectors are refined.
A method has been developed to reduce the level of vibration of protected structures by tuning the resonant properties of objects and dampers to organize rational energy exchange between them.
Decomposition methods have been developed for studying the oscillations of mechanical systems.
Approaches have been developed to stabilize the resonance modes of oscillations of mechanical systems excited by self-synchronizing unbalanced vibro-exciters.
4. As regards to the dynamics of traffic flows and the fundamentals of designing optimal road networks:
The scientific fundamentals for designing optimal road networks and discrete dynamic models of automobile flows on the roads of the megapolis has been developed.