DYNAMICS Scientific & Production Center (SPC) is a well-known research team dealing with vibrometry and technical diagnostics of compressor equipment of potentially hazardous facilities. In this direction the team has a good academic achievements and a significant advance in the design of continuous monitoring systems COMPACS® with series-parallel distributed data structure for different industries, machinery and sensors.
Long years in the sphere of technical diagnostics enabled DYNAMICS SPC to gain experience, knowledge and skills to solve not only the technical problems and but also the objectives connected with the specialists training in the field of non-destructive testing. DYNAMICS SPC leading experts D.Sc. (Eng.) V.N. Kostyukov and Ph.D. (Eng.) A.P. Naumenko, lecture the profile disciplines to the students of Omsk State Technical University, specialty 190200 "Apparatus and methods for quality control and diagnostics", and the engineers S.N. Boichenko and A.V. Kostyukov prepare to defend their theses for the degree of Ph.D. (Eng.). Thus, the staff of DYNAMICS SPC is able to conduct training in non-destructive testing methods of a high scientific and technological level.
The material-technical basis of DYNAMICS SPC contains the computer technics and modern equipment. The proper laboratory facilities:
- for bearings quality diagnostics;
- for dynamic balancing of cradle-mounted pump rotors;
- for balancing of electric motors rotors;
- for diagnostics of ready-fitted pumps and motors,
allow to study and simulate the processes which lead to the destruction of the unit and the accident at work. The laboratory facilities have a methodological description.
Based on the above, we can make a conclusion that the human capacity, methodological and logistical support of DYNAMICS SPC are sufficient for the specialists' training in non-destructive testing methods of chemical, petrochemical and oil and gas industries machinery.
Authors: Dean of the Faculty of Radio Engineering of Omsk State Technical University Prof. V.P. Kismereshkin / 2005
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