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

# 11, November 2015

Machine Building and Engineering Science

Wide-section Tire Features on Large Bumps
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0826891
A.B. Fominyh, L.F. Jeglov
pp. 1-11
Defining a Minimum End Mill Diameter
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0827318
A.E. Dreval', D.V. Vinogradov, O.V. Malkov
pp. 43-59
Electrical Discharge Platinum Machining Optimization Using Stefan Problem Solutions
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0826317
I.B. Stavitskiy, Yu.L. Bityutskaya
pp. 60-71
Influence of Cast Iron Structure on the Glass-mold Equipment Operational Defects
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0821978
I.O. Leushin, D.G. Chistyakov, V.A. Volodin
pp. 111-123
Influence of Magnetic Field on Vacuum Arc Discharge Volt-Ampere Characteristics
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0820267
D.V. Duhopel'nikov, D.V. Kirillov
pp. 124-135
A Direct Kinematics Problem Solution for the Three-degree-of-freedom Parallel Structure Manipulator Based on Crank Mechanism
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0818639
V.N. Paschenko, A.V. Romanov, A.V. Artemev, S.Yu. Orekhov
pp. 136-152

Aeronautical and Rocket Space Engineering

Ballistic Analysis of Capability to Parry the Wind Load at Initial Flight Path of Promising Aircrafts
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0825899
S.N. Ilukhin, V.P. Kazakovtsev, V.V. Koryanov
pp. 193-203
A Mathematical Model of Repeated Impregnation of Porous Bodies with Solutions of Polymers
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0820714
I.V. Glebov, V.D. Kotenko, V.A. Romanenkov
pp. 238-252
The Liquid Sustainer Build-up Time Impact on the Emptying Spacecraft Fuel Tank in Free Orbiting Conditions
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0818818
V.B. Sapozhnikov, A.V. Korolkov, N.I. Avraamov
pp. 603-617
Study of Efficiency Control by Hybrid Jet Engine Parameters
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0817485
S.F. Maksimov, A.N. Bobrov, Yu.V. Antonov
pp. 267-275
Asymptotic Law of the Falling Liquid Film Form in Partial Wetting
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0817461
A.R. Pоlyanskii, A.S. Romanov, A.V. Semikolenov
pp. 276-291

Instrument Engineering, Metrology and Information-Measuring Devices and Systems

Multi-Static Multi-Frequency Image Reconstruction Based on Non-Uniform FFT
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0826094
V.I. Krainy, A.N. Semenov, V.V. Chapurskiy
pp. 292-300
Ways to Create the Radio-Optical Airspace and Surface Control System for Dispatch Services of Regional Airports
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0825935
V.N. Skosyrev, V.A. Kochkin, A.V. Shumov, A.E. Ananenkov, G.P. Slukin, S.I. Nefedov, I.B. Fedorov
pp. 301-324
Systems for the Shock Isolation of Engineering Objects
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0817507
A.K. Efremov
pp. 344-369

Informatics, Computer Science_and_Management

Effectiveness of Multivariate Time Series Classification Using Shapelets
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0827396
A.P. Karpenko, M.S. Kostrubin, A.S. Chernyshev
pp. 382-405
Domestic and Foreign CAD System -based Comparison of Analysis Results of Dynamic Systems at the Macro Level
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0817294
V.A. Trudonoshin, V. A. Martynyuk , V.G. Fedoruk
p. 542-558
Research of Cell Population Dynamics with Two Arbitrary Mutations
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0815502
M.S. Vinogradova, O.V. Tyrina
pp. 559-578

Mechanics

Investigation of the Processing Parameters Impact on the Flexural Tool Vibrations While Drilling
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0827164
I.I. Ivanov, I.A. Kiselev, A.V. Koloskova
pp. 579-591
Appendix

General Problems of Engineer Education

The Role of Students in the University Image and Rating Formation
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0822450
УДК: 378.1
A.V. Yaminskii
Globalization of the world and, as the result of the process, transition to global educational standards transform education to production industry. The customer of educational system becomes a ‘client’ or ‘product’. Consequently, as a product in the labor market graduate of higher school has to demonstrate competitive advantage. Actually, international university ratings have turned to endurance race – a fight for resources and applicants. Based on the report of PEBW BMSTU trainee (Bauman University, Moscow) at International Congress on Arts, Communications, Science & Technology (Edinburgh, Scotland) a real contribution of student’s international activity to university image and rating is shown.

Foreign Education

CHINA: Ideological Grip at Odds with Educational Aims
# 11, November 2015
A new government plan to create ‘world class’ universities in the coming decades could be undermined by the Communist Party's determination to keep a firm ideological grip over education, writes Li Jing for South China Morning Post.In a plan released recently, the State Council called for the nation to become "a world power of higher education" by 2050. Some disciplines and institutions should be elevated to global standard by 2020, and the number should be increased over the ensuing decade, it said, without giving specifics or criteria. The blueprint also called for stronger party leadership and ideological work at higher education institutions.
UK: Ethnic Minorities "More Likely to Go to University" Than White Working-class British Children
# 11, November 2015
White British children are being left behind as they are the least likely of any ethnic group to go to university, a five-year study by the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has revealed for the first time. The research found that every ethnic minority - including groups that had underperformed academically like Black Caribbeans, are now more likely to go to university than white British children. It also revealed that within social class, poor white British children are substantially behind each ethnic minority group and even wealthy white British children are behind most ethnic minorities, expect Black Caribbeans and other Black individuals. However, when compared among to individuals of similar class and with similar academic results, wealthy white British children are lagging behind all ethnic minorities.
SOUTH KOREA: Government to Establish Special Body for Software-oriented Universities
# 11, November 2015
The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning will establish a special committee to foster university-level software education as part of its drive to produce more software specialists.The committee, which will be established late this year, will serve as a venue to build closer ties between universities and companies to get the nation's software education on par with global standards, the ministry said."The nation's software industry is losing competitiveness, largely due to a lack of professional manpower," minister Choi Yang-hee said during a press conference with university presidents, at Sogang University in Sinchon, central Seoul.Last month, the ministry named eight schools as software-oriented universities, pledging to invest 2 billion won ($1.75 million) in them annually. Forty universities across the nation previously applied for the government-led software education project.The ministry also unveiled a plan to select 20 software-oriented universities by 2019.
VIETNAM: Many Universities Cannot Reach VN National Standards
# 11, November 2015
According to Deputy Minister of Education and Training Bui Van Ga, universities will be classified based on six criteria, including the land area, material facilities & teaching equipment; teaching & research staff; training curricula; research activities, international cooperation, finance situation, accreditation; and student and employer satisfaction levels.The percentage of school graduates who can find jobs soon after they finish school is considered an important index that measures the training quality of schools. One requirement for national standards is that at least 70 percent of graduates can find jobs suitable with their majors within one year after graduation. Schools need to have 80 percent of final-year students satisfied with the training curriculums and learning environments as well.A series of other requirements have also been set: 80 percent of students who finished school in the past three years are satisfied about the practicability of the training curricula and the capability of being adapted to the working environment. 70 percent of employers are satisfied about the quality of the graduates of the schools.Regarding the qualification of the teaching staff, schools must have their permanent teaching staff handling at least 80 percent of the teaching program. At least 40 percent of permanent lecturers at research-oriented schools must have doctorates. The figures are 25 percent for application-oriented and 10 percent for practice-oriented schools.

History of Progress

P.V. Shmakov (1885 – 1982)
# 11, November 2015
DOI: 10.7463/1115.0822281
УДК: 929
V.P. Samokhin, K.V. Mescherinova, E.A. Tihomirova
A brief overview of the main achievements of Pavel Vasilyevich Shmakov, one of the pioneers, the moat of Soviet television, Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Hero of Socialist Labor, laureate of the State Prize of the honored worker of science and technology. Data on parents P.V. Shmakov, interesting facts of his life and work, including details of his education, hobbies physics, astronomy, works in the laboratories of the P.N. Lebedev and P.P. Lazarev contact with M.V. Shuleikin, as well as educational activities. Presents interesting facts about the history of the mechanical television-related contributions in this area, John Baird and Paul Nipkow. Describes the direction of works performed by the Department of Television Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute of Communications, including e-mail, and color TV as well as the possible impact of television on smell and touch the person. From 1937 to 1982 he headed the department of  P.V. Shmagin, he is the author of 12 inventions and more than 250 scientific publications, including 25 books and brochure.
 
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