National Aviation University
Kiev, Ukraine

National Aviation University is a university located in Kiev , Ukraine. It started in 1933 when the Kyiv Aviation Institute was founded on the basis of the mechanical department of Kyiv Polytechnic Institute. The University consists of 16 institutes, 2 separate faculties, 1 Aviation Academy , 3 lyceums, 6 colleges and 12 research institutes including their subdivisions and 8 departments. The university has its own center for culture and arts, medical center, library, “Aviator” newspaper and a yacht club. University also supports the State Aviation Museum. Wikipedia.

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Sushchenko O.A.,National Aviation University
2016 IEEE 4th International Conference Methods and Systems of Navigation and Motion Control, MSNMC 2016 - Proceedings | Year: 2016

The paper deals with features of control by nonstabilized drive for tracking modes. The automated control system, which includes platform with payload, geared drive, measuring sensor and controller, is considered. Control laws with different types of feedback are proposed. Comparative analysis of the represented laws is given. Results of simulation of the system, which is assigned for operation on the ground vehicle, are shown. © 2016 IEEE.

Filyashkin M.K.,National Aviation University
2016 IEEE 4th International Conference Methods and Systems of Navigation and Motion Control, MSNMC 2016 - Proceedings | Year: 2016

Here are considered benefits of airlift using a phase in-flight refueling civil aircraft. Such technologies provide in particular for regional aircraft their main advantages at long flights. The variants of automation of this phase of the flight are proposed. © 2016 IEEE.

Chuzha O.O.,National Aviation University
2016 IEEE 4th International Conference Methods and Systems of Navigation and Motion Control, MSNMC 2016 - Proceedings | Year: 2016

This paper deal with stall warning system critical flight modes. Special focus was on critical conditions warning indication during landing. Recommendations about the basic parameters required for display warning critical conditions whilst landing was proposed. © 2016 IEEE.

Agency: European Commission | Branch: H2020 | Program: IA | Phase: GALILEO-3-2014 | Award Amount: 1.43M | Year: 2015

The objective of the UKRAINE project, in line with GALILEO-3-2014 Call, are to foster application development through international cooperation and to create a broad acceptance of EGNSS in Ukraine, creating at the same time opportunities both for knowledge building and at commercial level. The contribution of the UKRAINE project with respect to the aforementioned objectives relates to the achievement of the following impacts: - preparation of the Ukrainian aviation market to the extension of EGNOS - support to the uptake of regulated EGNSS applications through the elaboration of a legislative roadmap - generation of innovative solutions for multimodal logistics and dangerous goods - creation of business matchmaking opportunities for Ukrainian and EU companies These impacts will be achived by a set of coordinated actions: 1. performing a study on integrating the Ukrainian legal framework to key European directives and regulations on EGNSS transport 2. working on aviation as the starting point for the extension of EGNOS to Ukraine, by a) preparing the ground for LPV procedures, b) working on GNSS signal monitoring and c) setting the required legal framework 3. innovating in the field of EGNSS tracking and tracing of Dangerous Goods and performing a pilot on multimodal freight transport 4. creating business matchmaking opportunities between EU and Ukrainian companies and engaging GNSS stakeholders through a contest on a multiconstellation receiver 5. disseminating results through pilots, demonstrators and an extensive communication campaign The maximum possible involvement of Ukrainian stakeholders will be ensured by a) the direct involvement of the State Space Agency of Ukraine, the National Aviation University and the Technical Polytechnic of Kiev (KPI), b) the organization of events, matchmaking opportunities and contests targeting Ukrainian entities and c) the vision to release products on the Ukrainian market

Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CSA-CA | Phase: AAT.2010.1.1-1.;AAT.2010.1.3-2. | Award Amount: 2.23M | Year: 2010

The X-NOISE EV Coordination Action, through its network structure and comprehensive workplan involving experts groups, scientific workshops, international cooperation seminars and a common information system, addresses the noise challenges faced by Aviation. To this end, it will more specifically: - Evaluate EU-funded projects results and assess their contribution to the state-of-the-art. - Formulate, through development of common strategies and complementarity with national activities, priorities and key topics for future projects aimed at noise reduction at source, low noise operations, and improved understanding and modelling of the impact of aircraft noise in the community, including environmental interdependencies. - Ensure dissemination and exploitation of research findings, including technical information aimed at Regulatory Bodies and Policymaking Agencies. - Contribute to an improved integration of the European Aviation Noise Research Community through a network of National Focal Points covering all countries with such technical interest - Identify potential reinforcement of future projects partnership through extended international networking and dedicated processes to foster new collaborations and promote novel ideas. The project scope is fully consistent with the FP7 Transport workprogramme (Aeronautics), significantly contributing to the objectives of reducing Aircraft Noise by 10 dB per operation as set by the ACARE 2020 Vision,.while addressing key factors associated with Airport Noise issues. Over 4 years, the project will involve 29 partners from 21 countries (FR, UK, ES, NL, BE, DE, SE, IT, PL, HE, HU, CZ, LT, IE, PT, RO, CH, RU, UKR, EG, BR), combining the complementary skills and expertise of industry partners, SMEs, universities and research establishments to cover the whole field of interest.

Gnatyuk S.,National Aviation University
Meeting Security Challenges Through Data Analytics and Decision Support | Year: 2016

The criticality level of the civil aviation information infrastructure is considerably amplified by the high degree of connectivity and interaction between ground and aircraft systems. Malicious interference with mentioned systems puts passengers, crew and ground staff security at threat. Unauthorized access to so-called critical aviation information system may have serious and tragic consequences (hundreds of passengers' lives, significant financial losses, etc.). In this context, the security of critical aviation information systems must be ensured in accordance with international control aviation security documents. © 2016 The authors and IOS Press. All rights reserved.

Agency: European Commission | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP-FP | Phase: AAT.2010.1.3-3. | Award Amount: 5.27M | Year: 2010

A large set of policy issues in the field of aviation and environment is discussed in ICAO/CAEP and on European level. Currently, the most urgent requirements are the capability of modelling noise, NOx stringencies and greenhouse gases in relation to the Kyoto protocol as well as related agreements together with their respective effects. Careful analysis of the complex interdependencies between air transport activities and environmental or economic effects is needed for the assessment of policies and guidance on a political level. Thus, integrated modelling capabilities have to be enhanced. In the US, this modelling capability is currently being developed in a multi-million dollar project based upon criteria, assumptions and points of view primarily set by the US. TEAM_Play will create a modelling framework to combine and advance European modelling capabilities in order to support the European perspective in the international policy arena. TEAM_Play deals with interdependencies and trade-offs between noise, gas emissions, environmental and economic impacts of the air transport sector. The objective of TEAM_Play is to enhance the European modelling capabilities required for policy assessment. These capabilities will be strengthened by creating a common infrastructure allowing for the connection of existing European models (noise, gas emissions, economic and environmental impacts). This is addressed in WP1 by linking the models to a data warehouse in which all required modelling input and output data are stored.WP2 covers the development of model interfaces which will enable the models to be connected. In addition, an economic impact assessment will be conducted. In WP3, assessment studies using the TEAM_Play Tool Suit will be carried out. In WP4, the dissemination will be carried out and a concept for the durable implementation beyond FP7 funding will be developed.

Averyanova Y.,National Aviation University
International Radar Symposium, IRS 2011 - Proceedings | Year: 2011

In this paper the simulation of spatial distribution of polarization spectrum components of a field scattered by hydrometeors is made. The emphasis is done on the necessity to watch the speed of the variation of field intensity distribution over the receiving antennas caused by the inertia of drops. This is the requirement to estimate the difference in transient process of hydrometeors with different size and shape for atmospheric dynamic processes detection. © 2011 DGON.

Yanovsky F.J.,National Aviation University
European Microwave Week 2014: "Connecting the Future", EuMW 2014 - Conference Proceedings; EuRAD 2014: 11th European Radar Conference | Year: 2014

Due to the historical and political reasons, a contribution of Ukraine into the world radar development was never enough elucidated so far. This was a great misunderstanding. This paper describes some important contributions to radar that were done in Ukraine during several tens of years. The most attention is done to results of Yakov Davidovich Shirman who passed away recently. © 2014 EuMA.

Chemerys V.T.,National Aviation University
Procedia Engineering | Year: 2013

The analysis of railgun's key problems for high velocity macrobody acceleration and new approach to overcoming of these problems are presented in the paper. A threat of rails surface destruction and a crisis of sliding contact are included into the set of main problems of railgun with short discussion of physical phenomena during acceleration. Simple calculations on the electrical model of railgun commutation process under virtual high-speed displacement of armature have displayed the very important conclusions. There is shown in the paper the important role of commutation laws which must be carefully taken into attention especially at high speed velocity of armature. Meanwhile the most known investigations performed both in mathematical simulation and in the experimental tests do not provide the correspondence between conditions of armature motion and commutation laws what leads to the transition of contact metal - metal into the form metal - plasma - metal and into resulting crisis of sliding contact. The new concept to the resolution of limiting problems includes the special conditions to the materials and structure of electrical conductors in the railgun jointly with new variants of geometrical configuration for armature and rails. The new ideas have been illustrated in the paper by the results of mathematical simulation of the pulsed field and current density distribution at high velocity of armature motion (2 km/s and more). The proposed concept can serve for the creation of principally new design of high speed railgun. © 2013 The Authors.

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