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Ukrainian Engineering
Pedagogic Academy (UEPA)



 

Rector Prof. Artuykh Stanislav Feodorovich
Address 61003 Ukraine, Kharkiv, vul. Universitetskaya, 16
Tel. No. +380 (0572) 127 862; 127 182
Fax No. +380 (0572) 127 236
E-mail address docents@vl.kharkov.ua
Faculties Power Engineering;
Electrical and Mechanical;
Chemical and Technological;
Machine-Building; Mechanical and Technological;
Mining (the town of Stakhanov);
Chemical and Mechanical (the town of Konstantinovka)
Type of courses Full-time and extramural
Length of courses Full-time: Bachelor- 4 years; Specialist- 5 years; Master – 6 years.
Extramural: Specialist – 6 years.
Date of commencement September, 1
Class size 25-30 students
Accommodation Available
Fees Financial assistance is provided:
- from the state budget of Ukraine;
- by the state order:
- from funds allocated by corresponding legal or natural persons as well as at students` own expense.
For successful applicants to be enrolled to the Academy on a tuition-fee paid basis , the tuition fee is to be determined for one year in accordance with the contract:
Full-time programs (without grants) for specialties:
ˇ 8.010104. Vocational Education. Economics of Enterprises, Marketing and Management.
ˇ 7.050201. Management of Organizations- 1050 Hrvn
ˇ 8.010104. Vocational Education. Technology of Textile and Light Industries.
ˇ 7.000002. Intellectual Property- 900 Hrvn
ˇ Other specialties – 800 Hrvn
Extramural programs for specialties:
ˇ 8.010104. Vocational Education. Economics of Enterprises, Marketing and Management.
ˇ 7.050201. Management of Organizations- 800 Hrvn
ˇ 8.010104. Vocational Education. Technology of Textile and Light Industries.
ˇ 7.000002. Intellectual Property- 730 Hrvn
ˇ Other specialties – 650 Hrvn
Grants Grants are to be received by students who are funded from the state budget and have marks as high as 4 and 5
Student profile Full-time:
UEPA total: 2670 students, Foreign students: 5

Extramural:
UEPA total: 5210 students, Foreign students: 3

Full-time
Men: 1312, Women: 1358 Extramural: Men: 2741, Women: 2469

Admission requirements 1. Eligible are citizens of Ukraine who have complete secondary education.
Education and training for international students is carried out in accordance with special Regulations of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine

and Decrees of the President of Ukraine. 2. All applicants enjoy equal rights irresponsible of their sex, race, nationality, social or financial status, profession or occupation, world outlook, religious beliefs, place of residence and other circumstances.
Contact for application Rector’s Office: 61003 Ukraine, Kharkiv, vul. Universitetskaya 16
Tel.: +380 (572) 127 862, +380 (572) 206 344

Admissions Office: 61003 Ukraine, Kharkiv, Val. Universitetskaya 27, Block 3

Information Office tel.: +380 (572) 126 563, +380 (572) 206 443


 




Faculties and Degree Programmes


POWER ENGINEERING FACULTY

Dean: Igor Grygorovych Shelepov
Dean’s Office: Block 1, 2nd floor, Room 223. Tel: 206 384
About 2117 students: 776 full-time students, 1341 extramural students. 89 teachers, among them:
- 11 Professors, Doctors of Sciences
- 36 Candidates of Sciences, Associate Professors

Departments:

Electric Power Engineering
Thermal Power Plants
Applied Mathematics
Economics of Industrial Enterprises and Management
Foreign Languages
Pedagogy and Methods of Vocational Education and Training

Degree Programmes:

6.090521 – Thermal Power Stations (Specialist in thermal power production)
Program Type: full-time; extramural
Courses: Electrical Engineering and Electronics; Engineering Thermodynamics; Hydro-Gas Dynamics; Fuel, Furnaces and Boilers for Thermal Power Stations; Thermal and Nuclear Power Stations and Plants; Turbines for Thermal and Nuclear Power Stations; Generation and Heat-Supply Systems; Metrology and Standardization; Environmental Control at Thermal Power Generating Stations, etc.
Scientific trends: ˇ Research and Development of long-term power-production technologies and thermal power plants of power stations
ˇ Improving the reliability of power stations and substations

6.01010001 – Vocational Education. Electric Power Engineering (Engineer-Educator)
Program Type: full-time
Courses: Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering; Electrical Machines and Drives; Major Electrical Equipment; Electrical Apparatuses and Current-Conducting Facilities in Electrical Objects; Electrical Networks; Theory and Calculating the Parameters of Electrical Supply System Modes; Main Principles of Electric Power Production, Distribution and Consumption; Vocational Pedagogy; Methods of Vocational Training; Psychology, etc.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Increasing the efficiency of electro energetic processes in power systems
ˇ Pedagogic training systems for teachers of special subjects.

6.01010030 – Vocational Education. Economics of Enterprises, Marketing and Management (Engineer-Educator)
Program type: full-time, extramural
Courses: Economics of Enterprises, Arrangement of Production, Marketing, Management, Economic Risks and Methods to Evaluate Them; Finances and Credit; Accounting and Auditing. Psychology, Vocational Pedagogy, Methods of Vocational Training, etc.

6.090500 – Management of Organizations (Industrial Engineer)
Program Type: full-time
Courses: World Economics; International Economic Relations; Microeconomics; Fundamentals of Statistics; Accounting & Auditing; Finances; Money and Credit; Economics of Enterprises; Theory of Economic Analyses; Fundamentals of Management; Marketing; Organization of Production; Feasibility Study; Labor Economics; Economic Risks and Methods to Evaluate Them; Law Issues In Business Activities Under Market Conditions; Fundamentals of Economic Security.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Operation efficiency and quality of industrial enterprises.
ˇ Methods to plan needs in qualified engineering-pedagogues and engineers.
ˇ Economic aspects of re-training of engineering-pedagogues.

MECHANICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL FACULTY

Dean: Khoroshilov Oleg Mikolayovich
Dean’s Office: Block 2, 2nd floor, Room 215 Tel.: 206 436
About 849 students: 374 full-time students, 475 extramural 48 teachers, among them:
- 4 Professors and Doctors of Sciences
- 20 Assistant Professors and Candidates of Sciences

Departments:

Metallurgy in Machine-Building
Welding Production
Labor Protection and Environment
General and Experimental Physics

Degree Programmes

6.01010009 – Vocational Education. Metallurgy in Machine-Building and Instrument Engineering(Engineer-Educator)
Program Type: Full-time
Courses: Theoretical Fundamentals of Metallurgy, Fundamentals of Hydrodynamics and Thermal Physics; Theory of Metallurgy (Casting) Processes; Technological Equipment and Automation For Metallurgic Shops in Machine Building; Material Studies; Hardening and Cermets; Special Metallurgy in Machine-Building; Economics of Enterprises and Marketing; Methods of Vocational Training; Pedagogic Theory and Background; Psychology, etc.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Research and optimization of the process of obtaining high-performance alloys and preforms on the basis of low-waste, environmentally clean technologies.
ˇ Development of methods to estimate the quality of general scientific and general engineering training of engineers-educators of Machine-Building specialties.

6.01010010 – Vocational Education. Welding Technology and Equipment (Engineer-Educator)
Program Type: Full-time
Courses: Theory of Welding Processes; Technology of Fusion Welding Equipment; Welding Construction Design; Physical Metallurgy and Thermal Treating of Welded Joints; Economics of Enterprises and Marketing; Psychology; Vocational Pedagogy; Methods of Vocational Training; etc.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Development of new welding materials, resource-saving technologies and equipment for welding and welding-up;
ˇ Professional and methodical aspects to perfect training of engineers-educators in the educational process;
ˇ Scientific and methodical basics of training engineers-educators in the field of Environmental Studies and Labor Protection;
ˇ Knowledge quality estimation.

MACHINE-BUILDING FACULTY

Dean: Tytov Olexandr Mykhailovych
Dean’s Office: (Block IV, 3rd floor, Room 215) Tel.: 206 331
About 795 students: 240 full-time students and 555 extramural students 54 teachers, among them:
- 5 Professors, Doctors of Sciences
- 29 Associate Professors, Candidates of Sciences

Departments:

History of Ukrainian Culture and Political Studies;
Technology of Machine-Building
Projecting and exploitation of Technological Systems of Machine-Building
Strength of Materials and Theoretical Mechanics
Descriptive Geometry and Graphics

Degree Programmes:

6.01010008 - Vocational Education. Technology and Equipment For Automated Production in Machine-Building and Instrument – Making (Engineer-Educator)
Program type: extramural
Courses: Theory of Machines and Mechanisms, Strength of Materials, Theory of Construction Material Cutting, Machine-Tool Equipment for Automated Production, Tools for Automated Production in Machine-Building and Instrument-Making Engineering, Metrology, Standardization and Quality Control, Economics of Enterprises and Marketing, Methods of Vocational Education and Training, Theory and Background of Pedagogy, Psychology, etc.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Increasing the efficiency of machine-tool systems
ˇ Durability of cutting tools, instrument-making technology
ˇ Integrating both pedagogic and engineering knowledge in training engineers-educators.

6.01010035 – Vocational Education. Metrology, Standardization and Certification for Machine Building (Engineer-Educator)
Program Type: extramural
Courses: Fundamentals of CAD/CAM; Machine Tools and Industrial Work; Fundamentals of Certification and Quality; Fundamentals of Theory of Cutting and Metal-Cutting Instruments; Material Studies and Metals in Machine Building; Theoretical Mechanics; Psychology; Pedagogic Theory and Background; Vocational Pedagogy; Methods of Vocational Training, etc.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Energy-saving processes in manufacturing and repair of interference joints;
ˇ Development of assembly equipment and heating devices;
ˇ Methodical problems in technological training of engineers-educators.

ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL FACULTY

Dean: Khudiaev Olexandr Andrijovich
Dean’s Office: Block 1, 2nd floor, Room 205 Tel.: 206 376
About 894 students: 371 full-time students, 523 extramural students 71 teachers, among them:
- 10 Professors and Doctors of Sciences
- 34 Assistant Professors and Candidates of Sciences

Departments:

Philosophy and Economic Theory
Systems of Control and Automation for Industrial Installations
Information Science and Computer Technologies
Automation and Radioelectronics
Theoretic and General Electric Engineering
Higher Mathematics

Degree Programmes:

6.0101005 – Vocational Education. Electronics, Radio Engineering, Electronic Circuitry Engineering. (Engineer-Educator)
Program Type: Full –time, extramural
Courses: Theoretic Fundamentals of Electric Engineering; Electronics and Microcircuitry; Components and Devices of Computers and Communication; Fundamentals of Radio Engineering; Mathematic Basics of the Theory of Electronic Systems; Electrodynamics and VHF Engineering; Receiving-and-Transmitting Devices; Systems of Electric and Radio Communication; CAD & CAM for Radioelectronic Devices; Microprocessors and Microcomputers; Pedagogic Theory and Background; Vocational Pedagogy; Psychology; Methods of Vocational Training, etc.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Electronic means of control and monitoring; investigation methods; design and reliability of radioelectronic equipment (REE); REE CAD & CAM; systems of electric and radio communication and satellite television.
ˇ Novel information technologies in educational process.

6.01010029 - Vocational Education. Automated system control of industrial plant (Engineer-Educator).
Program Type: Full–time, extramural
Courses: electronics; electromechanical and semi-conductor converters of energy; electromechanical control systems theory; automated system control of the electric drives; automated system control of typical industrial plant; automated electrotecnical systems; the theory and history of pedagogic; professional pedagogic; psychology; a technique of professional training etc.

6.092200 - Electromechanical systems of automation and electric drive (Engineer - Electrician).
Program Type: Extramural
Courses: the automated electric drive of typical industrial mechanisms; robot-technical systems optimization; robot-technical complexes and flexible industrial systems; the automated designing of electromechanical systems; systems of program control of the industrial equipment; power converters of the automated electric drives; electric drives control systems; industrial plants Electro supply etc.

6.091400 – Control systems and automatics (Engineer - Electrician).
Program Type: Extramural Courses: the theory of electrical and magnetic circuit; algorithmic languages and programming; data transfer systems; foundation of design the automated system control; microprocessor devices; organization of information-calculating processes and systems; design and technology production of automatically devices; maintenance service and operation of a automated system control; designing of automatics devices etc.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Optimal control of system and electric drives.

CHEMICAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL FACULTY

Dean: Vilkov Sergiy Mikhailovych
Dean’s Office: (Block 1, 2nd floor, Room 226) Tel.: 206 360
About 1062 students: 453 full-time, 609 extramural 68 teachers, among them:
- 7 Professors and Doctors of Sciences
- 17 Assistant Professors and Candidates of Sciences

Departments:

Technology of Light Industry
Chemistry and Machines and Apparatuses for Chemical Productions
Automation of Technological Processes and Productions
Physical Culture
Psychology

6.01010023 – Vocational Education. Technology of Textile and Light Industries (Engineer-Educator)
Program type: full-time, extramural
Courses: General Technology of Items of Light Industry; Major Equipment for Light Industry; Picture and Composition Principles; Clothing Design; Sewing Unit Technology; Automation of Clothes Sewing Processes; Principles of Clothes CAD/CAM; Design for Sewing Production; Tailoring Peculiarities in Sewing; Pedagogic Theory and Background; Vocational Pedagogy; Psychology; Methods of Vocational Training, etc.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Individualization of teaching in the process of methodical training of engineers-educators of sewing profile
ˇ Development of methodical principles of training of engineers-educators for sewing industry.
ˇ Automatic control of non-stiff mechanical elements in light industry.

6.01010031 – Vocational Education. Automation of Technological Processes of Chemical Productions. (Engineer-Educator)
Program type: full-time, extramural
Courses: Theoretic Fundamentals of Electric Engineering; Engineering Means of Automation and Microprocessor Systems; The Theory of Automatic Control; Automation of Technological Processes in Chemical Production; Automation Control for Means of Mechanization in Chemical Production; CAM and Optimization of Automation Systems; CAD for Automation Systems of Technological Processes; Reliability of Control Systems; Methods to Protect Information in Automated Systems; Pedagogic Theory and Background; Vocational Pedagogy; Psychology; Methods of Vocational Training, etc.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Development of automated systems to control technological processes with life-stability properties;
ˇ Life- and refusal- stability of controlling computers

7.000002 – Intellectual Property (Manager of Intellectual Property) Eligible: Bachelors and individuals with higher education.
Program type: Full-time, extramural
Courses: Fundamentals of Investigating Operations and Methods of Decision-Making; Conceptual Computer Science and Information Technologies; Fundamentals of System Approach; Identification of Objects of Intellectual Property; Patent Studies; Methods to Protect Limited-Access Information; Theory of Solving Creative Tasks; Simulation and Methods to Search Optimal Engineering Decisions; Intellectual Property Law in Ukraine; Law-Enforcement Activities in the Field of Intellectual Property Protection in Ukraine; Financial Accounting; Marketing; Management of Innovation Activities, etc.

6.01010028 – Vocational Education. Machines and Apparatuses for Chemical Production. (Engineer-Educator)
Program type: full-time, extramural
Courses: Simulation of Chemical and Technological Processes; Maintenance of Chemical Equipment; Machines and Apparatuses for Chemical Production; Processes and Apparatuses of Chemical Production; Theoretic Fundamentals of Chemical-and-Technological Systems; Chemical Machine-Building Engineering; Standard Equipment for Chemical Production; Principles of Reliability of Chemical Production; Pedagogic Theory and Background; Vocational Pedagogy; Psychology; Methods of Vocational Training, etc.

6.090200 – Equipment for Chemical Production and Building Material Enterprises (Mechanical Engineer)
Program type: extramural
Courses: Electrical Engineering; Electronics and Microprocessors; Engineering Principles of Chemical Machine- and Device-Building; Fundamentals of Operating, Renovating of Equipment and Reconstruction of Chemical Productions; Chemical Production Design and CAD Principles; Machines and Apparatuses for Chemical Production, etc.
Scientific and methodical trends:
ˇ Creation of vibration-filtering devices to clean colloid and structured systems;
ˇ Development of structures and algorithms of functioning of separated microprocessor systems of increased life-stability to control technological processes and production;
ˇ Methodical principles of development of mathematic models of standard machines and apparatuses for chemical production as objects of control.
ˇ Progressive methods of teaching under modulus-and-rating system.


About the Academy


The Ukrainian Engineering Pedagogic Academy (UEPA) is the only higher educational establishment in Ukraine specializing in training engineering educators who are to work as teachers, high-skilled instructors of industrial training in the field of vocational training /vocational schools, technical secondary schools, comprehensive secondary schools, colleges, etc.

This specialization is not just casual. The Academy was set up on the basis of Ukrainian Correspondence Polytechnic Institute. In 1958-1990 the latter higher educational establishment led the country in training engineers without discontinuing their work and, as the Republican Center of Science and Methodology, provided methodological guidance and development of teaching aids for students by correspondence in 21 engineering educational programs.

The academic potential gained allowed the Institute’s 1994 restructuring into the Ukrainian Engineering Pedagogic Academy accredited by level IV.

The today's Ukrainian Engineering Pedagogic Academy has

* 7 faculties: Power Engineering, Mechanical and Technological, Electrical and Mechanical, Machine-Building, Chemical and Technological, Chemical and Mechanical Mining Engineering
* 34 departments
* 24 engineering-pedagogic and engineering programs
* 8,000 students engaged in both full-time and extramural training
* 400 teachers including: 40 Professors, Doctors of Sciences 240 Assistant Professors, Candidates of Sciences
* Training Center for Foreign Citizens (one year at the Preparatory Faculty studying special subjects with Ukrainian or Russian studies by student’s choice; successful completion of the program at the Preparatory Faculty is the ground for enrollment to the Academy or any other university in Ukraine)
* Training Center for Engineering Educators (0.5 year after graduation from the Academy and the degree of Master of Engineering Sciences; the title of the European Educator to be awarded)
* 1,000,000 volumes of textbooks, teaching aids and books on science in the library
* 16 departments' subsidiaries at enterprises and vocational schools
* athletic complex and skiing center, sports & health center(located in Soomy region)
* 5 dormitories (3 - in Kharkiv, 2 – in Stakhanov).

The Academy has a Computer Center, departments’ study rooms equipped with PC, specialized laboratories of novel information technologies, including information technologies of teaching. A constantly renewed Web site of the Academy has been created. The Library is being computerized and its electronic catalogues are being presented to Internet. The software catalog is continuously enlarged with new methodological supplies.

The Academy has an educational video base of over 400 records.

Regional educational centers are operational in Artiomovsk, Akhtyrka, Konstantinovka, Koupyansk, Khartsyzk and Energodar.

In view of social protection of its graduates, the Academy provides students with the opportunity to acquire a second qualification in Economy, Information, Ecology.

Post graduate education is based on a post-graduate course and a doctorate course. Boards awarding candidate's and doctor's degrees are also structured into the Academy.

The Academy boasts a number of scientific schools, i.e. MEANS AND METHODS TO INCREASE ELECTROENERGETIC PROCESSES IN POWER SYSTEMS /Prof. S.F.Artyukh, Prof.I.G.Shelepov/; HIGH WELDING TECHNOLOGIES IN INDUSTRIAL ASSEMBLING /Prof. B.Arpentiev, Prof. M.Kravtsov/; MULTICHANNEL QUASI-IRRATIONAL HIGH PRECISION /Prof.B.Kuznetsov/, etc.

Together with the Vocational-Training Pedagogy and Psychology Institute /attached to the Ukrainian Academy of Pedagogic Sciences/ the UEPA set up a scientific research laboratory on problems arising in the domain of training engineers-educators.


Most prominent scientific publications


1. Industrial Waste Management. In two volumes.Technologies for rendering harmless and utilization of industrial wastes./ A.M.Kasimov. – Kharkov, 2000. - 288 p., ill.
This book outlines theoretical considerations and results of applied investigations in the domain of processing and rendering harmless of technological solutions, waste waters of non-ferrous metallurgy, with allowance for up-to-date demands on environment protection and rational use of natural resources.

2. Bocharova S.P. Memory in the process of training and professional activity. - Ternopol: Aston, 1998. -337p.
Theoretical and experimental memory research has been systemized and characterized in this book; it involves domestic and foreign psychological research beginning from the end of XIX century up to the end of XX century.
Traditional and nowadays approaches have been showed for the main memory regularity reveal, peculiarity of its functioning in the professional and cognitive activity.
The book can be used as a manual for the special coerces at Psychological Department of Universities.

3. Bandurka A.M., Bocharova S.P., Zemlyanskaya E.V. Psychology of administration. - Kharkov: JSV “Fortuna-press”, 1998. - 464p.
Main problems of social-psychological theory of administration in various fields of activity (administration of justice, jurisprudence, production and training groups) have been considered in this textbook.
This publication is designed for cadets, Home Office high school students, law students, social-psychological students and everybody who is interested in psychology of administrating problem.

4. Bandurka A.M., Bocharova S.P., Zemlyanskaya E.V. Basyses for psychology of administration. Manual. - Kharkov: University of Ministry of Internal Affairs, 1999. - 527p.
Some administrative problems in the several organizational - administrative structures and social-psychological situations have been considered and solved in this book.
This publication can be used as a manual for persons, who study management in the jurisprudence, economy, social psychology and sociology.

5. S.F. Artukh, M.A. Duel, I.G. Shelepov The basic of automated control system of energy-generating installations at electric power stations. – Kharkiv: “Znanie”, 1998. - 332p., 64 ill.
A multiplanned complex of problems for creating ASC of thermal, atomic and hydraulic power stations on the basis of systemic approach methodology has been considered.
The examples of working ASC at electronic power stations are given, methods evaluating technical-economic efficiency of these systems are proposed.
For students, postgraduates, masters of power engineering specialties and for personnel of electric power stations.

6. S.F. Artukh, M.A. Duel, I.G. Shelepov Automated control system by the energy-generating installations of the electric power stations. – Kharkiv: “Znanie”, 2000. – 448p.108 ill.
For the first time conception of creating ACS TP (thermal process) of energy blocks at thermal and atomic power stations on the basic of systematic approach methodology is considered.
Algorithm provision of these ACS of thermal processes is given a special attention.
The examples of working modern ACS at the electric power stations in Ukraine and Russia on the basis of the last achievement in theory and practice of automated control are proposed.
For scientific and engineering – technical workers of power engineering enterprises and organization and for students masters, postgraduates and high school teachers.

7. Electric drives control systems: Text book /A.P.Golub, B.I.Kuznetsov, I.A.Oprishko, V.P. Solanik. - ?iev, 1992. – 352 p .
The design principles of electric drives automatic control systems are considered. The mathematical description of the electric motors, thyristor converters and other typical devices making the closed control systems are given. The static and dynamic quality of typical control systems of speed (speed regulators) and position (Servo drive), and also submission electric drive control systems are described. The large attention is given to digital and microprocessor control systems, modal and optimal control systems by electric drives in deterministic and stochastic approach. The material based on a methods transfer and frequency characteristics and the state space.

8. Automatic control theory. Text book /E.E. Aleksandrov, A.P. Golub, Y.T. Kostenko, B.I.Kuznetsov. – Kharkov, 1999. – 150 p.
. The principles of design, mathematical modeling, and also stability problem for the linear stationary automatic control systems are considered.

9. Multichannel iterative control systems. Monography. / B. I. Kuznetsov, K. Hudyaev, I. Bogaenko. - Kiev, 1998. – 244 p.
Giving synthesis theory for multichannel iterative control systems in which the accuracy increase is realized by the multichannel systems that is works according to the principle of rough and fine control

10. Multichannel systems of the increased accuracy and survivability: Monography / B.I.Kuznetsov, K.I.Podlesniy, K.K.Ryumshin. - Kiev, 1994. - 167 p.
The optimization of multichannel automatic control systems with high control accuracy is considered. The survivability in multichannel systems is provided with change of structure and parameters of separate channels, so to achieve the highest accuracy of control in the system degradation. The optimization of systems in frequency space is based on ideas of optimum Kolmogorova-Viner's filtration, and in state space - on the solution of the differential Riccati's equation. The parametrical optimization is carried out by numerical methods of nonlinear programming. The examples of using such systems in various branches are given.

11. Design of interdependent control systems. / B.I.Kuznetsov B.V.Novoselov, K.A.Chausov. – Kiev, 1994. – 232 p.
The design methods of interdependent systems with hair accuracy of control are given. All methods are illustrated for implantation of industrial control systems

12. Multipliintegrations control system. /V.B.Klepikov, B.I.Kuznetsov, I.K.Bogaenko. – Kiev, 1998. - 244 p.
The practical methods of the design for multipliintegrations control systems with continuous and digital control for one and two-mass plants are given.

 


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