52nd International Conference on VIBROENGINEERING
St. Petersburg, Russia

Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos in Engineering Applications

Date
June 28-30, 2021
Conference format
Online

52nd International Conference on VIBROENGINEERING

52nd International Conference on VIBROENGINEERING is an integral part of Vibroengineering Series Conferences and was held in St. Petersburg, Russia.

Conference was dedicated to researchers, scientists, engineers and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research results, foster discussion, new ideas and develop partnerships. All JVE Conferences are integral part of the Series of Vibroengineering Conferences started in 1999. Vibroengineering Procedia is indexed in major scientific databases: Scopus, EI Compendex, Inspec, Gale Cengage, Google Scholar and EBSCO.

JVE conferences feature a broad range of high-level technical presentations, vibrant discussions and key experts and scientists from all over the world. The conference provides an opportunity to communicate your recent research advances, exchange ideas in innovative engineering technologies and enjoy endless networking advantages.

Organizing Comittee

Ivan Davidovich Ustinov
Co-chair of the Conference
Prof. Ivan Davidovich Ustinov
Mechanobr-Technika, Russia
Dmitry Klionskiy
Co-chair of the Conference
Dr. Dmitry Klionskiy
Saint Petersburg Electrotechnical University, Russia
Minvydas Ragulskis
Co-chair of the Conference
Prof. Dr. Minvydas Ragulskis
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Prof. L. A. Vaisberg
Prof. L. A. Vaisberg
D.Eng., Professor, Academician of RAS, Academic Advisor of Research and Engineering Corporation Mekhanobr-tekhnika (REC "Mekhanobr-tekhnika")
Prof. G. Panovko
Prof. G. Panovko
D.Eng., Professor, Head of Vibroengineering Laboratory in A.A. Blagonravov Institute for Problems in Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of the RAS (IMASH RAN)
Prof. D. A. Indeytsev
Prof. D. A. Indeytsev
D.Ph.-Mat.Sc., Professor, Associate Member of RAS, Academic Advisor of Institute for Problems in Mechanical Engineering of RAS (IPME), Head of Department in Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
Prof. A. V. Vasiliev
Prof. A. V. Vasiliev
Institute of Ecology of the Volga Basin of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Prof. V. I. Erofeev
Prof. V. I. Erofeev
D.Ph.-Mat.Sc., Professor, Director of IPME RAS, Nizhny Novgorod
Vladimir Babitsky
Vladimir Babitsky
Loughborough University, United Kingdom
Mahmoud Bayat
Mahmoud Bayat
The University of Texas at Arlington, United States
Iliya I. Blekhman
Iliya I. Blekhman
Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
Kouamana Bousson
Kouamana Bousson
University of Beira Interior, Portugal
M. Brennan
M. Brennan
University of Southampton, United Kingdom
Rafał Burdzik
Rafał Burdzik
Silesian University of Technology, Poland
Maosen Cao
Maosen Cao
Hohai University, China
Feliks Chernousko
Feliks Chernousko
Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russia
Zbigniew Dabrowski
Zbigniew Dabrowski
Warsaw University of Technology, Poland
Y. Davydov
Y. Davydov
Institute of Machine Building Mechanics, Russia
Joze Duhovnik
Joze Duhovnik
University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Ameen El Sinawi
Ameen El Sinawi
The Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates
Rivner Ganiev
Rivner Ganiev
Blagonravov Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Russia
Wen-Hsiang Hsieh
Wen-Hsiang Hsieh
National Formosa University, Taiwan (Province of China)
Chen Lu
Chen Lu
Beihang University, China
Vadim Lyalin
Vadim Lyalin
Izhevsk State Technical University, Russia
Yuxin Mao
Yuxin Mao
Zhejiang Gongshang University, China
Rimas Maskeliūnas
Rimas Maskeliūnas
Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania
Luis E. Muñoz
Luis E. Muñoz
Universidad de los Andes, Colombia
Dmitry Nikitin
Dmitry Nikitin
Tambov State Technical University, Russia
Grigory Panovko
Grigory Panovko
Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia
N. Perkins
N. Perkins
University of Michigan, United States
Lei Qiu
Lei Qiu
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
Subhash Rakheja
Subhash Rakheja
Concordia University, Canada
Miguel A. F. Sanjuan
Miguel A. F. Sanjuan
University Rey Juan Carlos, Spain
Gangbing Song
Gangbing Song
University of Houston, United States
Shigeki Toyama
Shigeki Toyama
Tokyo A&T University, Japan
Kenji Uchino
Kenji Uchino
The Pennsylvania State University, United States
Piotr Vasiljev
Piotr Vasiljev
Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, Lithuania
Vincentas Veikutis
Vincentas Veikutis
Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Jānis Vība
Jānis Vība
Riga Technical University, Latvia
Vitalijus Volkovas
Vitalijus Volkovas
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Jörg Wallaschek
Jörg Wallaschek
Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

Conference Program

Introduction Monday, June 28 - Online
10:00-10:15
Vibroengineering – past, present and the future
Minvydas Ragulskis (Editor in Chief of Vibroengineering Procedia)
10:15-10:45
Control of vibrations: a tribute to Iliya Blekhman
Alexander Fradkov (IPME RAS, SPbSU, St. Petersburg, Russia)
Presentations Monday, June 28 - Online
10:45-11:00
Laser speckle contrast imaging and machine learning in application to physiological fluids flow rate recognition
Ivan Stebakov (Orel State University named after I.S. Turgenev, Russia)
11:00-11:15
Ensuring the chatter stability of milling by optimizing the workpiece stock
Vladimir Kuts (Bauman Moscow State Technical University)
11:15-11:30
Improved 3D biomechanical model for evaluation of mass and inertial parameters in few body positions from NASA classification
Gergana Nikolova (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mechanics, Bulgaria)
11:30-11:45
Modelling the operation of vibratory machine for single-sided lapping of flat surfaces
Vitaliy Korendiy (Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine)
11:45-12:00
Mathematical modelling of forced oscillations of continuous members of resonance vibratory system
Vitaliy Korendiy (Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine)
12:00-12:15
A novel calculation expression for the experimental friction coefficient of the ball screw
Zhang Yishen (Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China)
12:15-12:30
Numerical simulation of pneumatic conveying characteristics of micron particles in horizontal pipe
Si Qin (Shanghai University, China)
12:30-12:45
A method of sound source recognition based on tow weak selection compressed sensing
Yuxi Chen (Xi’an University of Technology, China)
12:45-13:00
Some results of experimental research of low frequency gas dynamic pulsations in pipelines of compressor mounts
Andrey V. Vasilyev (Institute of Ecology of Volga Basin of RAS - Branch of Samara Federal Research Center of RAS, Russia)
13:00-13:15
Experience of estimation of negative impact of noise to the human health in conditions of urban territories
Andrey V. Vasilyev (Institute of Ecology of Volga Basin of RAS - Branch of Samara Federal Research Center of RAS, Russia)
13:15-13:30
Modeling of chatter vibrations in gun drilling process
Ivan Pleshsheev (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia)
13:30-13:45
Detection and analysis of metal scrap in lubricating oil based on wear fault of spindle bearing of turboshaft engine
Tengqiang Wang (Hunan University of Science and Technology, China)
13:45-14:00
Computer simulation of MEFP forming and the impact initiation of shell-covered cylindrical charge
Xin Wang (College of Field Engineering, Army Engineering University of PLA, China)
14:00-14:15
Active reduction of magnetic noise occurring in the stators of an induction motors
Artem Ermolaev (Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of RAS, Russia)
14:15-14:30
Response spectrum method for spatial seismic ground motion
Elena Poznyak (National Research University Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russia)
14:30-14:45
A stochastic model of plane grinding dynamic for the texture formation analysis
Sergey A. Voronov (Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia)
14:45-15:00
Dynamic of a cylindrical column on a vibrating base
Alexander Munitsyn (National Research University Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Russia)

Sponsors and Partners

Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia was organized by JVE International with the partnership of Research and Engineering Corporation Mekhanobr-tekhnika, Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMASH RAN) and Saint Petersburg State Marine Technical University (SMTU).

Research and Engineering Corporation

Research and Engineering Corporation "Mekhanobr-tekhnika" incorporates the whole manufacturing facilities of the former Mekhanobr Institute, which was founded in 1916. At the beginning of the institute activity its engineers designed the simplest machines for concentration of coal and shale. Today Mekhanobr-tekhnika is reputed as a designer and manufacturer of innovative crushing, screening, classifying and concentrating equipment for minerals processing. Today it supplies its products to the scores of countries in the world.

Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMASH RAN)

Mechanical Engineering Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences (IMASH RAN) is a respected both in Russia and abroad institution, that solves fundamental research problems in the field of machine science and engineering sciences in Russia. Discoveries made and solutions found in its walls, are being laid as cornerstones for the basic trends of domestic mechanical engineering. On these solutions and developments rests the future of most industries: machine-tool manufacture, agricultural, metallurgical, automotive, energy, petrochemical, aviation, space rocket, nuclear, defense and robotics engineering.

Saint Petersburg State Marine Technical University (SMTU)

Saint Petersburg State Marine Technical University (SMTU) is a legendary University with deep traditions and dynamically growing prospects. SMTU is the only university in Russia that trains world-class engineers for all shipbuilding specialties and high-class economists, managers, lawyers and sociologists for business sphere. The main directions are the design, construction and technical operation of ships, surface warships and submarines, as well as technical means to ensure the exploration and production of oil, gas and other minerals on the seabed.

Institute of Ecology of the Volga Basin of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

Institute of Ecology of the Volga Basin of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The main directions of scientific activity of the Institute of Ecology of the Volga river basin of RAS are: study of structural and functional organization of the ecosystems of the Volga river basin; development of theoretical bases for conservation, reproduction and rational use of biological resources of the Volga river basin; study of mechanisms of adaptation of hydrobionts and aquatic ecosystems sustainability in the conditions of natural and anthropogenic transformation of the environment; development of methodological bases of environmental monitoring. The Institute has a Herbarium (PVB) which approximately 40000 samples of vascular plants collected mainly in the Middle and the Lower Volga regions. Also, the Institute has a number of collections demonstrating the flora and fauna diversity of the Volga river basin:
- the collection of permanent preparations of typical species of vertebrates helminths;
- the collection of preparations of typical zooplankton species (Cladocera, Copepoda);
- the collection of amphibious animals;
- the working collection of cultures of phototrophic microorganisms;
- the collection of reptiles (moist preparations).

Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering

Institute of Problems of Mechanical Engineering RAS is one of the main centers of theoretical engineering in Russia. The Institute's research area is reliability of machines and constructions working at extreme conditions. The main fields of interest of the Institute are mechanics, thermodynamics and kinetics of transient processes in nanomaterials and materials, phase transitions and defects of structure, dynamics of vibratory, wave and vibroimpact processes, theory and methods of control processes in complex physical and technical systems, nano- and microtribology etc.