Topics of Final Work
Advanced technologies and materials for automotive industry
The mechanical processing of engine block cylinder in GM PT Uzbekistan
Prospects of hot dip galvanizing of steel structures in joint venture “BMK”
The concept of coherent systems is commonly used in a variety of engineering fields to describe items composed by a number of components and such that the item status (works or fails to work) can be described as a function of the working or failure of its components. The thesis concerns with a mathematical description of this notion, some illustrative examples, and the main properties of coherent systems, with applications in computation of the distributions of the corresponding random lifetimes.
Comparisons among random values (such as lifetimes of components or financial returns) can be given in terms of their expected values. However, comparisons based only on expected values do not take into account aspects such as variability or other concepts of risk useful in decision theory, when one wants to maximize lifetime of systems, or minimize global risks. The thesis concerns with a survey of the main alternative manners to compare random values, and their applications in different contexts.
NON PARAMETRIC HYPOTHESIS TESTING
Well-known statistical tests for difference of means among populations have been defined and applied in engineering fields. However, these test are based on the assumption of normality of the distributions under exam. The thesis concerns with the study of alternative tests which are non-parametric, i.e., which can be applied without the normality assumption, such as, for example, the Wilcoxon or the U-Mann tests. Applications with real data sets will be considered.
NON LINEAR MEASURES OF DEPENDENCE
As it is well-know, the main pitfall of the Pearson’s linear correlation coefficient as a measure of dependence, is that it can measure only linear dependence. For this reason, other different measures of dependence have been defined and studied, like, for example, the Kendall’s tau or the Spearman’s rho. The thesis concerns in a study of these measures, and example of their application when the Pearson’s linear correlation coefficient is inapplicable.
MAHALANOBIS DISTANCE AND ITS APPLICATIONS IN MULTIVARIATE CONTROL CHARTS
Control charts are a common tool to check if a production process is under control. In some cases, the stochastic process under control is multivariate rather than univariate, thus non-standard measures of distance between observed values of the processes and expected ones should be considered; the Mahalanobis distance is one of them. The thesis concerns in a study of this measure and its applications in statistical quality control testing.
HAZARD RATE FUNCTION AND ITS APPLICATIONS IN SURVIVAL ANALYSIS
In reliability theory, and in survival analysis of mechanical or electronical items, aging and wear of items is commonly described in terms of hazard functions. The thesis concerns in the study of some properties of hazard functions and their applications in description of the distributions of residual lifetimes of components or multi-component systems.
Applications of superconductivity
Superconductivity is one of the most fascinating fields of physics because it is a phenomenon that has a purely quantum nature.
A superconductor is the best example of a quantum macrosystem. The superconducting materials have two fonfamental characteristics:
they have no resistance and they expel the magnetic field (Meissner effect), that is, they are perfect diamagnets.
There are many applications of superconductivity: superconducting cables, superconducting magnets, quantum computers, squids, etc.
The Proca equations
A numerical solution Boundary value problem for Pseudo parabolic equation
Asymptotic behavior for the factorial
Some formulations of the Euler Gamma function.
Laplace Transform of some special functions
Optimal positioning of strain gauges on a tractor-trailer
Structural stability and accuracy of astronomical observations for the Ulugh Beg Observatory
Nonlinear dynamics is structural mechanics
Assessment of size effects through Gaussian specimens.
Equipment and processes of preliminary treatment of car body
Design of powertrain and engine components
A human driver model during highly automated driving for the ASIL controllability
Hydration of lanthanide ions in aqueous solution: molecular dynamics study
Structure and dynamics of water model in computer simulations
Cluster formation in water-alcohol systems
Nonlinear dynamics in structural mechanics
Abstract: nonlinear oscillations are important in the behavior of most structures. For example, thin-walled structures play an important role in the design of aircraft parts because they are often designed to operate in the post buckling range in order
to reduce structural weight. In recent years, the rapid development and use of huge deployable/inflatable structures in aerospace and space exploration has stimulated
extensive research into fully nonlinear modeling and analysis, thermal buckling, and control of highly flexible structures.
Uncertainty of the least squares parameters: gradient-based method vs. bootstrap
Kernel density estimation: the theory and a practical application
Continuous casting process modeling
Heat transfer problems: modeling and numerical simulations
The maximum likelihood estimation of a measured circle center
Tolerance stack up-analysis on compliant assemblies
Deep drawing and Ironing process simulation
Numerical simulation of nonlinear differential equations: Gross-Pitaevskii equation with anharmonic potential
Control parameters of automatic processes in a die casting plant.
Preheating and paint anodic electro-coating.
Mechanical working (drilling, cutting, polishing) of die cast component
Feasibility study Agricultural Robots in field of Uzbekistan
(for bachelor students)
Modeling of velocity and temperature dependence between two discs;
Modeling of the surface roughness evolution in the friction of two rotating discs;
Design of optical fiber networks with reflectionless light propagation;
Modeling of light caustics in simple resonators;
Basic mechanisms of charge transport in organic solar cells;
(for master students)
Deformation modeling in branched solid materials;
Shape dependent deformation modeling in solid structures;
Crack networks modeling;
Elasticity modeling in branched polymer materials;
Hydrodynamics of branched capillary tubes.
Era Glonas system for next generation of mechatronics car
Engine Mechatronics elements
Development mobile station of social service base on “Isuzu NC-40”
Industrial conveyors and their classification
Determining the quality of vehicle assembly by contactless
Durability tests of vehicles and their parts for measuring of vehicle parameters;
Improving and benefits of biogas
Improving of tractor gearboxes by installing of multi-layer synchronization
Building network infrastructure for educational campus of TTPU using wired and wireless communication technologies
Development of management electronic controlled system of library of Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent
Production of solar panels
The battery charging types of electric cars and hybrids
Installation of wind generators and effectivenes of their use
Electric power transmission line 500kw
Study of Management and Control of Waste Construction Materials in Civil Construction Project
Passive house development in Uzbekistan
Abstract: As the energy price goes up, more and more concern has been focused on the sustainable development of residential houses. One of the best solution will be the low energy housing-passive house. The concept of passive house has been popular in Germany and whole Europe in the last 10 years, however, there is no official residential passive house standard project in Uzbekistan now. In this thesis, the feasibility of developing passive house in Uzbekistan will be analyzed. Due to the fact that there is no passive house had done before in Uzbekistan, the some assumptions have been made to help with the economy analysis.
Use of waste material in concrete blocks
Use of waste material in concrete blocks
Abstract: This work was conducted to investigate the performance of hollow concrete blocks containing discarded foundry sands and stone dust as a replacement of fine aggregate with a view to verify the suitability and potential use of stone dust, a waste product from aggregate crushing plants. Use of air entrained hollow blocks instead of solid ones also has advantages like thermal insulation, sound proofing, weight-reduction, resistance against frost action, cost-effectiveness.
Optimal location the network of multi-storey car parks in urban planning
Abstract: The main goal of this work is to research optimal location of car park networks in urban planning by using of mathematical modeling.
Porous ceramix scaffolds for tissue engineering: state of the art and new perspectives
Software design and development on wearables devices
Automotive range extender based on PEM fuel cell
Alternative energy sources: Solar to electricity
Targeting of magnetic nanoparticles in blood vessel
Uzbekistan energy/Power sector issues
Bending losses in multimode optical fibers
FIP 300 optical fiber based non-contact transient thermal measurement of welding point
The role of industrial PLCs (programmable logic controller) in the field of automation
Tandem Car Control
(For master students)
The role of industrial programmable logic controller in industry
Application of advanced electronic flow meters of oil products in industry
Application of programmable logic controller in the development of the electronic flow meters in industry
Vladimir Khokhlov with
docent Janna Titova
(for bachelor students)
Correction methods of identified defects in the process of car body welding
For bachelor students
Efficiency of hybrid electric engine and its comparison with internal combustion engine
Using hydraulic press in production of school globes
(for bachelor students)
Pneumatic tools for fixing car parts
The filling equipment for transmission oil of cars based on their options
Technical characteristics of shaking table’s hydraulic equipment
Automation of the water level measuring stations by implementing GSM modules
Vehicle dynamics in GM Uzbekistan
Optimization of transportation and supply concepts in the automotive industry
Methods of problems solving techniques at “SKYWINDSYSTEMS”
TV company in Uzbekistan
Electrical and hybrid innovative vehicles
Aeroacoustics and unsteady Fluid dynamics
Designing a Database for Managing Academic Conferences and Business Events
Abstract: During tis thesis the student will analyze the context of academic
conferences and business events in order to design a database
able to store information about the program of event (keynotes, sessions,
presentations, social events etc.). After the design phase, the student has to
implement the designed database in a MySql environment also providing some
mechanisms that prevent the insertion of non valid data.
Visual testing for android application
Sustainable urban technologies
Feasibility study for using solar energy for administrative office power supplier
Hydrogen motors and their application in local motor market to the local models
Industrial robotics in welding shop
Muhammad Dilmurod Yusupov
Calculation methods of the power line voltages above 10 kv subjected to the minimum losses
For master students
Controller Design for Hydraulic Test Rig to identify misalignment in NI LabVIEW
ABSTRACT: Controller Design for Hydraulic Test Rig to identify misalignment in NI LabVIEW
Objective of the work: to design a controler for a Hydraulic Test Rig by using NI LabVIEW. The controller should identify the misallignment of the system's connecting rods with respect to the bar of the lumped mass and the frame of the test rig.
The test rig is available and the initial design of a simple controller model in NI LabVIEW is created that doesn't address the misalignment yet. More advanced controller designs to identify misalignment are anticipated to be developed within this study.
Design an adaptive controller for Hydraulic Test Rig by using FPGA in NI LabVIEW
ABTSRACT: Design an adaptive controller for Hydraulic Test Rig by using FPGA in NI LabVIEW
Objective of the work: to design a controler for a Hydraulic Test Rig by using FPGA in NI LabVIEW. The controller should be adaptive and be able to identify any obstacle alongthe way of the lumped mass of the hydraulic test rig.
The test rig is available and the initial design of a simple controller model in NI LabVIEW is created but it is not adaptive. More advanced and adaptive controller designs are expected to be developed within this study.
Passive and active noise control system modeling and simulation
ABTSRACT: Passive and active noise control system modeling and simulation
Objective of the work: to develop a passive and active noise reduction system model in the example of a window and design an active controller system. Study noise levels along the roads and highways, and address the issues of reducing noise levels. Noise level measurement equipment is available.
System Modeling, simulation and parameter identification of 2-DOF linear actuators
ABSTRACT: System Modeling, simulation and parameter identification of 2-DOF linear actuators
Objective of the work: To develop mathematical formualtions and simulaion models of the 2-DOF linear actuator system in order to dientify the system parameters using the frequency response data measured from the test rig - 2-DOF linear actuator that is available in the lab. This work is expected to be fair amount of hardware and software based development works.
Development of Simulation model toolbox of 1, 2, 3-DOF linear and non-linear Spring-Mass-Damper Systems in MATLAB/Simulink
ABSTRACT: Development of Simulation model toolbox of 1, 2, 3-DOF linear and non-linear Spring-Mass-Damper Systems in MATLAB/Simulink
Objective of the work: To build a user friendly toolbox of numerical simulation models of 1, 2, 3-DOF linear and non-linear spring-mass-damper systems in MATLAB/Simulink along with several different controller designs enabling to control system behaviours. This work is mostly based on programming in MATLAB/Simulink environment with limited hardware implementation.
Design a digital converter with Arduino UNO boards
ABSTRACT: Design a digital converter with Arduino UNO boards
Objective of the work: Development of a novel PCBs with Arduino UNO boards to convert analog signals into digital ones. The anticipated PCBs are aimed to employ as low/medium class A/D converters and Data Acquisition Systems. Essential hardwaare tools are available.
Igor Simone Stievano
Stochastic analysis of electric and electronic systems
An activity based onà http://www.uqlab.com/
Resilience of Energy Infrastructure and Services
An activity based on  and references therein
 Chuanyi Ji, Yun Wei, and H. Vincent Poor, "Resilience of Energy Infrastructure and Services: Modeling, Data Analytics, and Metrics", Proc. IEEE, Vol. 105, No. 7, July 2017
Software development for the modeling in engineering: augmented reality
Student is asked to develop software for the some practice problem in engineering, including web technologies too. Result should be a worked computer program.
Software development for an e-learning systems.
Student is asked to develop software for the some practice problem concerned to e-learning systems including distance learning.
Modeling in Mathematical Engineering.
Student is asked to develop software concerned to the mathematical modeling practice problem in engineering. Result should be a worked computer program or the Mathematical model.
“Sustainable Energy Consumption by Material Flow Analysis (MFA) in Transport sector of Uzbekistan”
Transport sector is one of key sectors of Uzbekistan’s economy. It accounts for 9 % of GDP and 4%
total employment. Almost $7 billion were allocated for development transport infrastructure in 2011-
2015 in Uzbekistan (CER, 2015). The use of energy is strategic for the sustainability of a country. Its
analysis is the first step to address strategies toward sustainability. This thesis deals with an essential
parts of energy use in transportation.
Material Flow Analysis (MFA) is the quantification and systematic assessment of the flows and
stocks of materials within a system defined in space and time. MFA is used to study material,
substance, or product flows across different industrial sectors or within ecosystems.
“Sustainable Energy Use in Buildings by Material Flow Analysis (MFA) in Uzbekistan”
An assessment of sustainable energy use is crucial since Uzbekistan has pursued a high-intensity
energy development model that may bring geological, spatial limits and the occurrence of heavy
environmental impacts. Its analysis is the first step to address strategies toward sustainability. Total
Domestic Energy Consumption (DEC) analysis results depict that the residential and industry sectors
are the largest consumers, accounting for 42% and 22% of the total consumption in 2012
respectively. The residential sector utilizes gas primarily for cooking, water and space heating
(Raupova O, 2015). This thesis deals with an essential part of energy use that is heating and operation
in buildings. Material Flow Analysis (MFA) performs as a mechanism to understand the functioning of
the physical basis of societies, the interlinkage of processes and product chains, and the exchange of
materials and energy with the environment.
Variable Frequency drives of induction motors
Car Tire snow chain alternative
Development of mobile application for monitoring road advertisements
QUIC (Quick UDP Internet Connections)
Approximate solution of First order Voltier type equation