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Work program credit module “Electromechanical systems of automation of technological complexes and processes”

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“Electromechanical systems of automation of technological complexes and processes”1

“Machine-rectifier systems of technological complexes”

Section 1. Elements of machine-rectifier systems of technological complexes

Topic 1.1. Electromechanical converters and semiconductor elements

Topic 1.2. Semiconductor AC/DC voltage converters

Topic 1.3. Impulse voltage converters

Topic 1.4. Current sources

Topic 1.5. Frequency converters

Topic 1.6. Control and measuring elements

Topic 1.7. Sensors. Switching protection equipment

Section 2. Machine-rectifier systems control. Mathematical modeling

Topic 2.1. Scalar and vector control

Topic 2.2. Mathematical modeling of machine-rectifier systems

Section 3. Technological complexes and equipment with machine-rectifier systems

Topic 3.1. Complexes for physical substance reworking

Topic 3.2. Mining and gas-oil complexes

Topic 3.3. Lifting and transport equipment

Topic 3.4. Technological complexes of municipal economy

 

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“Electromechanical systems of automation of technological complexes and processes”2

“Automated electromechanical systems and complexes”

Section 1. Automated EMS and complexes of mining enterprises

Topic 1.1. Automation basics

Topic 1.2. Automation of coal mining machines and complexes

Topic 1.3. Automation of roadheaders

Topic 1.4. Automation of underground conveyor lines

Topic 1.5. Automation of underground electric locomotive transport

Topic 1.6. Automation of lifting machines

Topic 1.7. Automation of dewatering plants

Section 2. Automated EMS and complexes for oil production

Topic 2.1. Automation of equipment for drilling

Topic 2.2. Automation of complexes for extraction, field gathering, preparation and oil pumping out, maintenance of reservoir pressure

Topic 2.3. Automation of main oil pipelines

Topic 2.4. Automation of autonomous power stations

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WORK PROGRAM Creditmodule ComputerGraphics

Section 1. Introductiontocomputergraphics.

Topic 1.1. Hardwareandsoftware. AssigntheAutoCadpackageanditscapabilities. Appointthefilesthatarepartofthe ACAD directory. AutoCadGraphicEditor.
Topic 1.2. Textoutput. Unitofmeasure. Limit. Changethelook. ThenetStagebinding. ORTO mode. PointinputSettheheadsetandtextoutput.

Section 2. Commandsdescribingthepropertiesofobjectsandtheconstructionofgraphicprimitives

Topic 2.1. Commandsdescribingthepropertiesofobjectsandtheconstructionofgeometricprimitives.
Topic 2.2 Constructionofgeometricprimitives.

Section3. Commands editingdrawings

Topic 3.1. Optionsforselectingobjects. Transferofobjects. Copyofobjects. Destructionofobjects. Separationoftheobjectintoparts. Rotateanobject. Deletingpartofanobject. Mirroringtheobject. PossibilitiesofconstructingconjugationsinAutoCAD. Arraysofobjects. Extensionoftheobject. Unlockingobjects. Compressingobjects. Scalingobjects. Chamfer. Editingpolylines.

Section 4. Sizing, hatchingandblocks

Topic 4.1. Create a newandeditanexistingstylelayout. Placementofsizes.
Topic 4.2. Typesandtypesofhatching. Gradientfill.
Topic 4.3. Create a block. Insert a block. Insertinganarrayofblocks.

Section 6. 3-D Image

Topic 6.1. Creating a usercoordinatesystem. Extrude 3-D image. Usingbitoperationstobuild a 3-D image. Constructionoforthogonalprojections. Toning
Topic 6.2. Constructionof 3-D imagebyrotation. Constructionof 3-D imagesbasedonstandarditems.

Section 7. AdditionalAutoCADFeatures.

Topic 7.1. CreatingscriptsandslideswithAutoCADmethods
Topic 7.2. Commands: square, perimeter. Calculator. AutoCadHelp.

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WORK PROGRAM Credit module Information systems for the solution of applied problems

Section 1.Introduction to the subject.
Topic 1.1. Overview of information systems for the solution of applications

Section 2.Microsoft Excel spreadsheet editor.
Topic 2.1.Conducting calculations in Microsoft Excel spreadsheet.
Topic 2.2.Charts and diagrams.
Topic 2.3. Databases

Section 3.MathCAD
Topic 3.1.MathCAD Mathematical Editor.Calculation.
Topic 3.2.Two-dimensional and three-dimensional graphics. Animation
Topic 3.3.Programming in MathCAD.

Section 4.MatLab
Topic 4.1. MatLab environment.Managing commands and functions. Variable and workgroup management commands. Mathematical functions. Matrix operations.Graphic display of results.
Topic 4.2.Mathematical Simulink data packet.
Topic 4.3. Programming in MatLab

Section 5. Web design
Topic 5.1.Introduction to HTML.
Topic 5.2. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).

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WORK PROGRAM Discipline Computingandprogramming

Introduction.
Basic definitions. HistoryofComputerEngineeringandProgramming. VonNeumann’sprinciple. Majortypesofprograms.

Section 1. BasicMathematicalConceptsofComputingTechnology
Topic 1.1.Positional and non-positionalnumericalsystems. Thebasicformulaforrepresenting a number. Transferofnumbersfromonecomputingsystemtoanother.
Topic 1.2. Booleanvariables, truthtables. Basicoperationsandlawsofalgebraoflogic.

Section 2. Structureofthepersonalcomputer
Topic 2.1. Basic PC Blocks. Systemunit. Trunk-modularprincipleofbuilding a PC. Externaldrives, principleofoperation. Classificationofmemorytypes. Keyboard, keyboardshortcuts. Monitor, principleofaction. Printers, classification, principleofoperation. Auxiliarydevices.

Section 3. OperatingSystem WINDOWS 7 (10)
Topic 3.1. The WINDOWS operatingsystemhasitspurposeandcomponents. Filesystem WINDOWS 7 (10). Comparativecharacteristicsofoperatingsystems. Standard Add-onsfor WINDOWS 7 (10). Modernmethodsofoperatingsystemdevelopment.

Section 4. Fundamentals ofalgorithmization
Topic 4.1. Theconceptofthealgorithm. Propertiesofthealgorithm. Blockdiagramofthealgorithm. Pseudo-code Algorithmicrecordoftasks.

Section 5. Fundamentals ofthenotionofprogramming
Topic 5.1. AnOverviewofAlgorithmicProgrammingLanguages. Stagesofsolvingtaskson a PC. Theconceptoftheprogram. Integratedprogrammingenvironments. Translator, compiler, interpreter.

Section 6. Language C # intheVisualStudioenvironment
Topic 6.1. IntegratedVisualStudioshell. BasicoptionsforthemainmenuandthemaincomponentsoftheVisualStudioshell. VisualStudio C # Editor.
Topic 6.2. Lexicallanguage C #.
Topic 6.3. C # languageoperations.
Topic 6.4. Operatorscontrolthecomputingprocess.
Topic 6.5. Arrays
Topic 6.6. Methods.
Topic 6.7. CharacterRows.
Topic 6.8. Fileprocessingin C #.
Topic 6.9. Classes

Section 7. Softwaretoolsofcomputationalmathematics
Topic 7.1. Whatiscomputationalmathematics. Numericalmethodsandtheirfeatures, classification.
Topic 7.2. Numericalmethodsforsolvingsystemsoflinearequations.
Topic 7.3. Solutionofcertainintegralsbyformulas: rectangle, trapeze, Simpson.

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Statistical simulation of energy-intensive electromechanical systems

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“Statistical simulation of energy-intensive electromechanical systems”

Section 1. Mathematical apparatus for statistical simulation of energy-intensive systems.

     Topic 1.1. Basic definitions and concepts of probability theory.

Topic 1.2. Numerical characteristics of random variables.

Topic 1.3. Moments, centering, moments of higher orders.

Topic 1.4. Basic distributions of random variables.

Section 2. Elements of statistical simulation of energy-intensive electromechanical systems.

     Topic 2.2. Statistical simulation of random processes of functioning of energy-intensive electromechanical systems.

Topic 2.2. Experiment planning and processing of experimental data by mathematical statistics using an example of multiplication pressure research.

Section 3. Programming tasks of statistical simulation with the development of interface in the language C ++ Builder.

Topic 3.1. Designing the interface in C ++ Builder.

Topic 3.2. Programming the task of statistical simulation according to a given version of the distribution law.

 

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Mathematical modeling of electromechanical systems

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                   “Mathematical modeling of electromechanical systems”

Section 1. Mathematical modeling of electromechanical systems with programming in  Mathcad.

Topic 1.1. Classical discrete mathematical models of electromechanical systems.

Topic 1.2. Synthesis of Mathematical Models of Elements of Electromechanical Systems. By the Dawlbert Method and their Identification.

Section 2. Nonlinear mathematical models of discrete and continuum systems.

Topic 2.1. Nonlinear models and parametric resonance.

Topic 2.2. The equation of mathematical physics for the identification of continuum systems.

Topic 2.3. Wave model of the strike of Saint-Venan. Sears model.

Section 3. Mathematical modeling of electromechanical systems with AutoLISP programming in the AutoCAD environment.

Topic 3.1 Programming elements in ALISP language and parameterization of objects

modeling.

Topic 3.2. Synthesis of technical objects in modern modeling and CAD systems.