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Institute of Technical Mechanics of NASU

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General Information

The history of the Institute of Technical Mechanics (ITM) dates back to 1966, when a Sector of Mechanical Engineering Problems was set up within the Dnipropetrovsk branch of the Institute of Mechanics. The sector was later transformed into a division, which became the basis of establishing the Institute under its current name in 1980. Traditionally, the Institute’s structure included a Special Design and Technology Bureau (SKTB) together with the Pilot Production facility for experimental production and prototyping of applied R&D results.

Since 1993, ITM has been a lead institute of Ukraine’s aerospace industry involved in solving of a wide range of scientific and engineering problems in the field of rocket and space technology. As a leading Institute of Ukraine's rocket and space industry Institute resolve problems on the development of concepts of government policy in the field of space research and exploration, contributes significantly to the development of projects of Ukraine's National Space Programs, and provides its comprehensive analytical and information support.

The Institute performs a wide range of basic and applied research on scientific and methodic support to develop and operate railway and motor vehicles.

Institute’s Focus

ITM has unique capabilities in experimental and test equipment (e.g.,high-pressure bench for studying various hydrodynamic processes, plasma electrodynamic research facility, vacuum aerodynamic plant), as well as in the development of software and physical and mathematical models of processes associated with rocket and space equipment en route to launch sites, functioning in orbit, and during the atmospheric re-entry to Earth. More specifically, ITM’s core competencies stem from basic and applied investigations in the following fields:

  • Dynamics of mechanical and hydro-mechanical systems, launch vehicle systems, railway and motor transport;
  • Aero-thermal gas dynamics of power plants, spacecraft, and their subsystems;
  • Strength, reliability and optimization of mechanical systems, launchers, and spacecraft;
  • Mechanics of interaction of a rigid body with ionized media and electromagnetic radiation;
  • Modeling and simulation of various operating conditions, such as electric and magnetic fields, solar and radar electromagnetic radiation, etc.;
  • Systems analysis of rocket and space technology development trends.

Valuable Technology Offerings

  • New pneumatic systems protecting drivers of various transportation facilities against vibration;
  • New effective and environment-friendly technologies and devices for de-scaling carbon stainless-steel parts;
  • Technique and device for improving the efficiency of mining by using the method of underground melting (in particular, sulfur melting);
  • Environment-friendly high-efficiency burners for gas and liquid fuel, as well as coal furnaces using a new method of burning;
  • Technology for manufacturing antenna and wave-guide devices and concentrating systems;
  • Methodology and device for evaluating and monitoring parameters of ionosphere plasma;
  • Software for determining projects parameters of products of rocket and space technology in the engine dynamics, aerodynamics, dynamic load and structural strength.

Scientific Cooperation and Technology Transfer

The Institute has established scientific collaborative links with its counterparts in the areas of :

  • rocket and space technology development;
  • railway transport;
  • machine-building and heat power engineering.

Research in these areas was conducted in collaboration with leading organizations of Russia and Ukraine:

  • Yuzhnoye State Design Bureau;
  • “Lutch” Research and Production Association;
  • Antonov ANTK;
  • Zhukovsky TsAGI;
  • the Central Research Machine-Building Institute (TsNIIMash);
  • Baranov Central Institute of Aircraft Engine-Building (CIAM);
  • the Institute of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, etc.

Foreign partners and collaborators include Technical University of Vienna (Austria), University of Bremen (Germany), Medical Records Institute, Newton, MA (USA). Industrial cooperation plays an important role in ITM’s applied R&D activity.

Contact Details

Oleg V. Pilipenko
Director, Dr. Sc., Professor, Corresponding Member of the NASU
Tel.: (+38 0567) 451 238
Fax: (+38 0562) 473 413
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Web-site: www.itm.dp.ua

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