Lomonos Andrii

Lomonos1associate professor
Ph.D.

born 1979, Ukraine

 

Born on August 30, 1979. In 2001 he graduated from the Kremenchug State Polytechnic University, specializing in electromechanical engineering.

In 2001-2004 studied at the post-graduate course of the KDPU in the direction 05.09.03 “Electromechanical systems and complexes”.

In 2013 he defended Ph.D. on the subject: “Electrotechnical complex for testing of machines of direct current without mechanical connection of shafts”.

In KrNU works since 2002 as an assistant of the SAUE department, since 2005 – a senior lecturer at the same department.

In 2001 he graduated from the Kremenchug State Polytechnic University, specializing in electromechanical engineering. The main direction of scientific activity is the research of energetic processes in machines of a constant stomium taking into account nonlinear dependencies of their parameters; studying the modes of loading of the MPS, determining the energy parameters of devices and load systems; determination of rational parameters of electrical equipment in systems of mutual load with accumulative devices; development of electromechanical computerized measuring and diagnostic complexes. In KrNU works since 2002 as an assistant, since 2005 – a senior lecturer of the Department of Automatic Control Systems and Electric Drive.

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH DIRECTION:

Investigation of energy processes in machines of a constant stume taking into account nonlinear dependencies of their parameters; studying the modes of loading of the MPS, determining the energy parameters of devices and load systems; determination of rational parameters of electrical equipment in systems of mutual load with accumulative devices; development of electromechanical computerized measuring and diagnostic complexes; construction of closed systems of control of electromechanical equipment.

Has about 90 publications, among them 7 patents of Ukraine for invention, 4 certificates for the registration of copyright, 65 scientific works, 15 methodological developments.

TEACHING DISCIPLINES:

– “Automated design of control systems” (direction 6.050201);

– “Fundamentals of Automated Designing Systems” (direction 6.050201);

– “Organization and functioning of the computer” (direction 6.050201);

– “System Analysis” (direction 6.050201);

– “Efficiency and reliability of control systems” (specialty 7.09140101),

– “Reliability and diagnostics of electrical equipment” (direction 6.050702);

– “Systems of technical diagnostics of electric equipment of vehicles” (direction 6.050702).

 

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