New
architecture of classical mechanics
Vladimir
Andreevich Konoplev
Algebraic
methods in Galilean mechanics. Agregative
mechanics of rigid body_systems.
Computer
technologies in research of multichain mechatron systems.
switch
to russian
Preface
to
the web Algebraic
methods in
Additional
chapters:

Vladimir Andreyevich Konoplev was born 4 June 1937 in Nizhnyaya Salda, Sverdlovsk region. In 1955 finished high school in Kronshtadt. In 1955 – 1960 a cadet of P.S.Nakhimov Higher Naval Academy in Sevastopol; in 1960 – 1962 a student of Leningrad Military Mechanical Institute (VOYENMEKH) (honors degree Î© 968518 in the specialty Aerogas Dynamics and Flight Dynamics); in 19611975 work in the sphere of Rocketry and Space Engineering; in 1962  1966 a postgraduate student of Chair No.5 of VOYENMEKH (Prof. O.P.Ginzburg) and student of Mathematical Qualification Improvement Program in A.A.Zhdanov Leningrad State University; in 1961 – 1971 A Candidate of Technical Sciences (MTN ©049018) and Senior Research Assistant (MNS ©065932) in the specialty Aerogas Dynamics and Flight Dynamics; in 1968 – 1974 a student of parttime studies of the mathematics and mechanics department of A.A.Zhdanov Leningrad State (honors degree Î©408356 in the specialty Mathematics  010100); in 1975 – 1986 Senior Lecturer and Docent (DC ©046198) of the chair of Higher Mathematics of Leningrad Ship Building Institute; in 1986 – 2003 Head of Laboratory for mechanics of controlled system of the Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering of the Russian Academy of Sciences; in 1989 Doctor of Physical and Mathematic Sciences (FM ©004693) (Mech. Math. MSU, Council No.1 for theoretical mechanics — Corresponding Member D.Ye.Okhotsimsky); in 1994 Professor in the specialty Theoretical Mechanics (PR ©00296); Since 1995 member of the National Board for Theory of Machines and Mechanisms; in 1998 Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation (Z©86191); Since 2000 Professor of the chair of mathematics of the Baltic Marine Technical University (1/2 salary). Since 2003 Chief Research Assistant of the Laboratory for Control of Complex Systems of the Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Prof. Konoplev is the member of the Russian National Committee for machines and mechanisms theory, Prof. Konoplev V.A. is Honored scientist of Russian Federation. SCIENTIFIC INTERESTS
PUBLICATIONS Konoplev V.A. is the author and coauthor of about 150 publications including:
Abstract: A modern theory of mechanics of rigid body systems based on systemic analysis has been built. Kinematic aggregates (kinematic equations) of kinematic pairs as first kinematic hierarchical level elements, and matrix equations of special type of motion as dynamic aggregates have been used. All constructs are based on algebraic theory of sliding vectors and screws fundamentally different from known theories of screws due to simplicity and computer orientation. As a result, body system motion equations are built using only two matrices of which one is constant (that of inertia). The resulting system of equations is extremely computationally economical (about 1,200 summation and multiplication operations for a sixlink mechanism with turning kinematic pairs).
Abstract: The monograph presents the algebraic construct of the fundamentals of Galilean mechanics under the condition of complete renunciation of discreteness of “analytical” mechanics, the presence in a real, generally incoherent, locally continuous continuum of rotating and deformable “particles”. The basic properties of the Galilean mechanics universe are formulated as axioms of density balances of scalar and sixdimensional vector measures, which resulted in the fundamentally new architecture of Galilean mechanics as the geometry of Galileo’s generalized group.
Abstract: The monograph discusses from the uniform perspective the issues at the juncture of several domains of human knowledge: mechanics of rigid body systems, electric engineering, electronics, theory of control, and information science. To illustrate the use of the developed methods, the functioning of a real stand presented by a springassisted massive foundation carrying two unbalanced rotors each of which is driven by its electric motor with a microcontroller has been discussed.


