Abilities and skills of graduates of the major “Computer Mechanics”

Graduates of a major “Computer Mechanics” get profound knowledge of basic sciences, learn modern programming languages, master advanced computer technology, study modern software systems for calculation and optimization of technical systems, in particular, licensing systems ANSYS and modeFrontier, who are world leaders in this area ; learn mathematical systems, computer-aided design and computer diagnostics of machines technical condition, applications for data collection and processing of experimental results and acquire advanced information in applied sciences for profiling with computer mechanics, sealing mechanics, vibration reliability and diagnosing the technical condition of vehicles that best meets the needs of industrial enterprises in the region.

A graduate of the major “Computer Mechanics” is able:

  • to calculate the strength of the vibration characteristics of the supplies and parts and machines in general, to choose the appropriate method of calculation to perform the necessary calculations, to analyze results and to issue necessary recommendations, to ensure the required technical and economic indicators and consumer products at the design stage with the help of modern computer programs
  • to develop computer software calculations and related parts and machines for strength, vibration, reliability using modern programming language
  • to solve problems of calculation, design and computer modeling of the support-sealing systems in different machines, to make decisions on the choice of optimal parameters of generated nodes
  • to perform computer studies of stress and vibration condition of machinery and if necessary, to propose effective ways to reduce vibration and improve their reliability and vibration at the stage of development and refinement of prototypes
  • to design the necessary experimental equipment for experimental verification of calculation methods and new structural solutions, to plan and carry out experimental researches using computer technology, to analyze the results and conclusions using a computer program, to issue the technical report, research paper or an article based on research results
  • using computer technology to solve problems to ensure trouble-free operation of industrial equipment, to make informed decisions about stops for repairs, to be able to apply the appropriate diagnostic equipment and software, to develop new methods of diagnosis and prediction of changes in the technical condition of vehicles, to solve inventive problems, to promote scientific organization of labor in production teams, to find ways to improve the competitiveness of established models of new technology in market conditions

A graduate of the major “Computer Mechanics” may work:

  • as an engineer and research scientist, researcher at the research institutes, universities and laboratories
  • as an engineer in design departments and design offices of machine-building enterprises
  • as an expert in the operation and maintenance of pumping and compression equipment for chemical, processing industries and oil and gas delivery, thermal and nuclear energy, utilities, etc., providing greater reliability and efficiency of its use