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Bauman Moscow State Technical University.   El № FS 77 - 48211.   ISSN 1994-0408

# 02, February 2015

Machine Building and Engineering Science

Features of the Viscous Fluids Effluent Through Non-round Shape Edge Orifices
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0758817
V.N. Pil'gunov, K.D. Efremova
pp. 1-23
Predicting rolling screw mechanisms service life
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0756784
D.S. Blinov, M.I. Morozov
pp. 24-41

Aeronautical and Rocket Space Engineering

Distributed Algorithm for Computing the Vehicle Launch Dynamics under Interaction with the Medium
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0756606
G.A. Shcheglov, A.Yu. Shilov, E.V. Junak
pp. 58-71
Developing a Ballistic Software Kit to Estimate Vehicle Characteristics at the Draft Design Stage
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0755846
V.I. Maiorova, D.A. Grishko, V.V. Leonov, E.N. Munin
pp. 72-82

Instrument Engineering, Metrology and Information-Measuring Devices and Systems

Techniques of Ultrasound Cavitation Control
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0759806
S.P. Skvortsov
pp. 83-100

Informatics, Computer Science and Management

Polynomials-Based Terminal Control of Affine Systems
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0758826
A.E. Golubev, A.P. Krishchenko
pp. 101-114
Data Structure Analysis to Represent Basic Models of Finite State Automation
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0756654
V.V. Gurenko, B.I. Bychkov
pp. 150-168
An Ontological Approach to Test Student's Competences in Meta-Subject Concepts
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0756631
E.A. Gavrilina, M.A. Zackarov, A.P. Karpenko, E.V. Smirnova
pp. 136-149

Mechanics

A Robotic System for Inspection and Repair of Small Diameter Pipelines
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0757676
S.A. Vorotnikov, N.I. Nikitin, M. Ceccarelli
pp. 180-196
Spline Approximation-Based Optimization of Multi-component Disperse Reinforced Composites
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0757079
Yu.I. Dimitrienko, A.N. Drogolyub, E.A. Gubareva
pp. 216-233
On the Accuracy of Numerical Schemes for Flow Simulation Around Airfoils with Angle Point
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0756954
K.S. Kuz'mina, I.K. Marchevskii, V.S. Moreva
pp. 234-249
Analysis of Contemporary Methods for Designing Rotary Type Ventricular Assist Devices
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0755225
E.P. Banin, A.M. Guskov, F.D. Sorokin
pp. 250-268

Optics

Education Sciences

Physics Competence Assessment in Engineering Higher Education Institution
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0758077
A.F. An, V.M. Sokolov
pp. 286-307
Appendix

Foreign Education

DENMARK: 'Worst Idea Ever' to End English Education
# 02, February 2015
The suggestion by the Danish People's Party, or DF, that Denmark's universities should stop offering courses in English was roundly criticised by political opponents and readers, who said that the real losers would be Danish students, reports The Local.Offering university courses in English “makes no sense” according to the anti-immigration DF, which has once again called for Danish universities to abandon teaching in a second language. DF’s education spokesman, Jens Henrik Thulesen Dahl, told Metroxpress that eliminating English-language courses would put an end to foreign students coming to Denmark and receiving a student stipend from the government.
UK: European Universities to be Part of Ucas Admissions
# 02, February 2015
High standards of teaching and lower fees make studying for a degree in Europe an attractive option for many UK students.British sixth-formers will be able to apply to continental European universities through the UK admissions system for the first time, under a landmark reform that will transform the higher education market, the Guardian can reveal. The change, promoted by the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (Ucas) as extending student choice and reflecting the increasingly globalised nature of higher education, is likely to accelerate the steady increase in the number of young Britons studying abroad. The trend has already been boosted by a boom in the number of courses taught entirely in English by continental universities and priced well below the maximum £9,000-a-year annual UK tuition fee or, in some countries, with no fee at all. 
SOUTH KOREA: Four Universities Face Recruitment Ban
# 02, February 2015
Four universities will be banned from accepting foreign students for one year, starting this autumn semester, as punishment for poorly managing non-Korean students, reports The Korea Times.According to the Ministry of Justice, they are: Hansei University, Jeonbuk Science College, Gyeongnam National University of Science and Technology, and Taegu Science University. Those universities will not be able to issue visas for foreign students including freshmen, transfer students and those for language training courses. Foreign students who are currently attending courses will not be affected.
NETHERLANDS: Competition for Masters Students Heats Up
# 02, February 2015
A few years ago it would have been unthinkable, but now Dutch universities are competing with each other for masters students, reports Dutch News. According to the Volkskrant universities are advertising in each other’s magazines and hanging up posters on competing campuses to try to attract students. In 2011 just under 3,000 students switched to a different university for their masters degree. In 2014 that had risen to almost 5,000, figures from the Dutch university association VSNU show. Erasmus University Rotterdam attracted over 500 students from other universities and says attracting more is a priority for the next four years.
SOUTH AFRICA: Minister ‘Not Likely’ to Agree to Four-year Degree
# 02, February 2015
A Council on Higher Education proposal to extend tertiary undergraduate studies by a year to improve student performance stands a good chance of being snubbed by the government, writes Bongani Nkosi for the Mail & Guardian.Dr Blade Nzimande, the minister of higher education and training, is considering the recommendation that the council has advised him to implement at all universities. The proposed additional first year would be used to prepare students at both universities and universities of technology. The statutory body – set up to advise the minister – wrote to Nzimande in December, saying the proposed curriculum reform is “both educationally sound and practically feasible”.
INDIA: Japanese Universities Woo Indian Students With Cost Savings
# 02, February 2015
Japanese universities are going all out to give their American and European counterparts a run for their money in wooing Indian students for higher education studies, writes Amit Mitra for The Hindu. Their unique selling proposition: study in a top notch university in Japan for nearly half the cost of studying in the West. And backing their efforts are a clutch of top Japanese brands, such as Sony, Canon, Toshiba and Mitsubishi, which are sweetening the offer by promising placements in Japan or in their Indian subsidiaries. More than 1,200 Japanese companies are operating in India today.

History of Progress

In Memory of Oliver Heaviside (1850 – 1925)
# 02, February 2015
DOI: 10.7463/0215.0757600
УДК: 929
V.P. Samokhin, E.A. Tihomirova
A brief overview of the main achievements of Oliver Heaviside eminent British scientist, engineer, mathe-matician and physicist, first applied to the study of complex numbers of electrical circuits and developed a technique of application of the Laplace transform to solve differential equations. Heaviside reformulated Maxwell's equations in terms of the vector of the electromagnetic field, the electric and magnetic inductions, developed a theory of communication lines, known as the "telegrapher's equations", and developed the idea of the ionosphere, predictions, head of existence it reflects radio waves layer. Provides information about the parents Heaviside, interesting facts from his life and work, details of self-interest in mathematics and physics, as well as the history of communication theory and electrodynamics connected with investments in this area James Maxwell. Oliver Heaviside was a member of the Royal Society of Great Britain and the first of the Faraday Medal awarded the London Institute of Electrical Engineers.
 
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