ICMSC 2021 Speakers
Prof. Vsevolod V. Koryanov
Deputy Head of the Department "Dynamics and flight control of missiles and space vehicles"
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia
Vsevolod V. Koryanov, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Deputy Head of the Department "Dynamics and flight control of missiles and space vehicles" of Bauman Moscow State Technical University.
In 2011 defended his dissertation for the degree of candidate of technical sciences.
In the period from 2011 to 2015 under the European Seventh Framework Programme FP 7 Associate Professor Koryanov is responsible for the international project "Re-entry: inflatable technology development in Russian collaboration", performed Bauman Moscow State Technical University together with the Finnish Meteorological Institute, Lavochkin Space Association and National Institute for Aerospace technology (Spain). In this work, Vsevolod Koryanov were made the next presentations at international meetings, reporting project participants Helsinki (2012, 2014) Saariselka (2014) and Brussels (2013, 2015) and made three presentations at international conferences 64th International Astronautical Congress, (24-27 September 2013, Beijing, China), 65th International Astronautical Congress, (29 September-03 October 2014, Toronto, Canada), 40-th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 2014, 2-10 August, Moscow, Russia, 66th International Astronautical Congress (12-16 October, 2015, Jerusalem, Israel). And make reports in this scientific field at: 67th International Astronautical Congress, IAC 2018; 01-05 October 2018, Bremen, Germany.
Member of the International Nonprofit Association of Specialists in Engineering: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) (2015-2016).
Keywords of the main scientific directions - motion dynamic, numerical simulation, modeling, guidance, navigation and control, flexible inflatable structures, innovative materials, orbital movement, spacecraft, landing vehicle, asymmetry, resonance, spatial motion.
Prof. Anatolii Kretov
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China
"Evaluation of the effect of initial changes in the aircraft components on its mass"
Abstract. The life cycle of a modern aircraft is 20-30 years, and sometimes much longer. During this time, it undergoes many changes in design, in systems, and various its modifications are appeared. All this makes significant adjustments to the mass of its main elements. As a result, the total mass, which is the most important parameter, will inevitably change. To determine the mass of the entire aircraft, the method of "mass change coefficients" (growth coefficients) is used, which is based on the equation of the existence of the aircraft. The paper considers various numerical examples of estimating the mass of an aircraft due to initial changes in its components.
Anatolii Kretov Doctor Eng.Sc. (1999), professor (2002). He graduated Kazan Aviation Institute (Kazan National Research Technical University named after A.N.Tupolev - KAI) in 1975. From 2015 A.Kretov is a professor of Nanjing University of Aeronautics & Astronautics. His area of Specialization: design of high speed flight vehicles and structures and weight design. He is the author of 80 articles and coauthor of two books.
Prof. Marina Polyakova
Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University, Russia
Polyakova Marina was born in Minsk, Buelorussia. After graduation from mechanical and technology
faculty of Buelorussian politechnical institute in 1986 up to this date she has been working in Nosov
Magnitogorsk state technical university at the mechanical and metallurgical department nowadays as
assistant professor. Polyakova M. was awarded PhD in Metal Forming in 1998. In 2008 Polyakova Marina
was awarded by the Commendation Diploma of Ministry of education and science of the Russian
Federation. Since 2012 Polyakova M. is the Honorary Employer of high professional education of the
Scientific activity of Polyakova M. is connected with quality control in metallurgical technological processes, qualimetry in hardware production and peculiarities of production quality formation in technologies of hardware manufacture. She is also interested in creating nanotechnologies based on combination different types of deformation. She has got two patents of the Russian Federation for an invention the continuous method of carbon wire deformation nanostructuring. Various hardware devices and tools already applied for steel wire production can be used to implement this method thus simplifying its introduction to the current industrial equipment.
Polyakova M. took part in many international conferences and last year she was the section chair at The Second International Conference on Pure and Applied Mathematics (St.Petersburg, 20-21 July). As a result of scientific work Polyakova M. wrote and published more than 75 papers among them papers published in referred journals. She is coauthor of three monographs about different aspects of downstream metal production.