This page describes the applied research carried out by the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (Institute of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, Polytechnical University).
- 1 Oil and Gas
- 2 Data Science Research Projects
- 3 Autonomous ships
- 4 Extreme sports
- 5 Construction mechanics
- 6 High-speed photography
- 7 Equipment for 3D-filming
- 8 Nuclear Power Engineering
- 9 Resonance Enhanced Drilling, RED
- 10 Fracture
- 11 Construction mechanics
- 12 Partners and customers
- 13 Order a research
- 14 Links
Oil and Gas
Employees of the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics conducted research for the leading oilfield services companies in the following areas:
- Simulation of hydraulic fracturing and related technological and geomechanical processes
- Studying of the dynamics of proppant in hydraulic fracturing
- Studying of the rheological properties of multiphase mixtures
Data Science Research Projects
Text processing (Natural Language processing).
Effective processing of huge volumes of voice or text messages information by making use of Natural Language Processing and Sentiment Analysis, which utilize all the powers of cutting-edge technologies:
- extracts specific data from long texts (e.g. articles, books, bills)
- automatically processes invoices, orders, contracts
- identifies the writer’s emotions and recognizes hate speech
- improves customer experience with chatbots and virtual assistants
Predictive analytics for organizations incorporates the power of Big Data, AI and Machine Learning (ML) technologies with using the available historical data:
- study available data and analyze clients’ behaviors to discover patterns
- make predictions and decisions based on historical records
- reduces churn by identifying the clients who want to leave
- increases sales by suggesting what the client wants to buy and determines how much they will buy
- identifies employees who are likely to leave the company
- predicts demand for resources, product, and inventory
- identifies the risk of breakdowns, failures, malfunctions, and errors
Machine Learning based Anomaly Detection implementation for data quality, cybersecurity, fraud detection, and other such business use cases discovering similarities, anomalies and outliers in data, also predicting upcoming possible anomalies in the future.
Computer Vision for remote sensing.
Deep learning based approach for classification and semmantic segmentation of remote sensing data obtained from satellites and UAV
Diseases diagnosis. Medical images analysis for diseases diagnosis based on
Automatic staff and secutity control systems based on computer vision approach
Oil well receive pressure prediction
Automatic software for prediction of oil well receive pressure based on machine learning algorithms
Prediction of crack propogation profile during hydraulic fracturing.
Prediction of the mechanical properties of materials.
Hardware defect prediction.
Automatic navigation and route planning algorithms for a crewless vessel, based on:
- Reciprocal velocity obstacle collision avoidance algorithms
- Gradient boosting
- Monte Carlo methods
The Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics in association with AlpineReplay ltd. (USA) are developing sensors, software and mobile applications for use in extreme sports (snowboarding, skateboarding, skiing, surfing, etc.).
- Vibrations of the moving parts of the aircraft
- Dynamics of multiphase flows
- Cleaning of metal surfaces by a vacuum arc
- Arc discharges
- Motions of athletes
Equipment for 3D-filming
Nuclear Power Engineering
Researches for the nuclear industry are held in USTC "Technical diagnostics and reliability of nuclear and thermal power plants", headed by Yuri Yevgenyevich Karyakin, Professor of the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics.
Resonance Enhanced Drilling, RED
The Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics and The University of Aberdeen have been collaborating on the topic of rock massif destruction under the action of resonance drilling since 1999. Read more...
Employees of the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics developed an original technique of modeling the formation and development of cracks in solids, based on the method of particle dynamics. This method was used to describe such processes as:
- Percussive drilling
- Spall fracture
- Hydraulic fracturing
- Punching of a deformable barrier with a striker
- Formation and development of fatigue cracks
Key publications on this topics are provided here.
Partners and customers
The following Russian and foreign companies are the partners and customers of the department:
- Sandia National Laboratories
- JORIS IDE
- ООО ФПК "Космос-Нефть-Газ" (Financial & Industrial Company KOSMOS-NEFT-GAS)
- Конструкторское Бюро Химавтоматики (OSC «Konstruktorskoe Buro Khimavtomatiky»)
- Photomechanics Ltd.
- Radar MMS
- Factoria LS
- Research & Engineering Corporation Mechanobr-Tekhnika
- IPME RAS
- WHO National Research Institute of Influenza
Order a research
To order a research, please contact Vitaly Andreyevich Kuz'kin, the Deputy Head for Research Affairs.
Tel.: +7 906 252 25 54
Email: kuzkinva at gmail.com