## MECHANICAL AUTOMATION OF FOOD PROCESSING

Teachers:
DOSAEV MARAT
Credits:
6
Year of erogation:
2020/2021
Unit Coordinator:
DOSAEV MARAT
Disciplinary Sector:
Applied Mechanics for Machinery
Semester:
Second semester
Year of study:
2
Language of instruction:

english

Parent activity:

### Learning outcomes of the course unit

Knowledge and understanding: Advanced mechanical engineering requires knowledge and understanding of the methods of modeling of mechanical systems behavior, as well as skills in modeling of interactions between elements of such systems and between system in consideration and external media. Students are presented with the historical aspects of the development of general mechanics, its goals and objectives, the object and subject of study, the system of fundamental laws and theorems, problems and typical problems, the developed mathematical apparatus, some analytical and numerical methods for solving typical and applied problems.
The student, therefore, at the end of the course will know the basic types of modeling of mechanical forces and interactions. As a result of studying the course, the student will also know the basic concepts, postulates, laws and theorems of general mechanics, the basic provisions of the theory of stability of equilibrium of mechanical systems and be able to describe and model mechanical processes occurring in the material world, draw up differential equations describing the motion of mechanical systems with a finite number of degrees of freedom, integrate these equations for fairly simple systems.
Applying knowledge and understanding: The student will be able to build the most suitable finite-dimensional mathematical model of the considered mechanical system. Then the student can find the equilibrium positions and steady-state modes of the corresponding dynamic system and assess the stability of these equilibriums.

### Prerequisites

Students are expected to have prior knowledge of mathematics through standard university courses in Mathematical Analysis, Linear Algebra. In the process of presenting the material, information from the course "Ordinary Differential Equations" is also used.

### Course contents summary

The aim of the course is to provide the students with a general overview of the methods of modeling of mechanical systems behavior. The content of the first part of lectures concerns explanations of approaches of modeling in mechanics. The second part of the course is related with fundamental aspects of the general mechanics and control theory. The third part is dedicated to various examples of contemporary modeling of behavior of mechanical systems. The theoretical contents presented during the course is further illustrated and developed during seminars, where the students can apply the acquired knowledge for solving practical problems.