DYMAMESI

The International colloquium

Cracow (Poland), March 5 – 6, 2019

The International colloquium

DYMAMESI 2019

DYNAMICS OF MACHINES AND MECHANICAL SYSTEMS WITH INTERACTIONS
is organised by

The colloquium DYMAMESI 2019 is cofunded by the Strategy AV21 initiative of the Czech Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, and in 2019 will be hosted by Cracow University of Technology and will be held at the University campus of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.

The colloquium „DYMAMESI“ is continuing its nearly 60 years history of two conferences „Dynamics of Machines“ and „Interaction and Feedbacks that were organised by the Institute of Thermomechanics in Prague. The first conference Dynamics of Machines was organised in 1958. Shortly after thanks to the Czech-Polish ( then Czechoslovak-Polish) collaboration the conference organization was handed to Poland and the first Polish conference was held Cracow in 1965. The history of Interaction and Feedbacks started in 1994. Since 2015, the two conferences are organized jointly as DYMAMESI. In 2017, for the first time the Colloquium will host a new session called Power Engineering. Since 2016, the conference is organised alternatively in Prague and Cracow. The organizers hope the Colloquium in future could be useful scientific meeting for the specialists in this field in the central Europe.

The aim of the Colloquium is to facilitate the exchange of up to date information and knowledge among specialists in structural and multibody dynamics, in coupled interacting systems as aero-elasticity, hydro-elasticity, biomechanics, systems with feedbacks and mechatronics. The papers and its presentations will be divided into the two sections and focused on the following problems:

Section 1 Dynamics of Machines

  • dynamics and vibrations of mechanical systems and solids
  • non-linear systems - stability, bifurcations, chaos
  • damping technologies - materials, active elements, methods
  • identification, vibrodiagnostics, fatigue
  • computational mechanics and experiments

Section 2 Interactions

  • vibration of dynamic systems coupled with surroundings
  • mechanical systems with feedbacks, mechatronic active elements
  • measurement methods and identification in interaction problems
  • interactions in biomechanic
  • aero- and hydro- elasticity in rotational engines (bearings, blades, sealings, spaces)
  • analytical and numerical methods in solutions of interactions

Section 3 Power Engineering*

  • efficient energy transformations
  • effective transmission of the energy
  • vibrations and dynamic behaviour of power machinery and its part
  • development and reliable operation of power machinery

* The papers registered in this section will be supported from the Strategy AV21 initiative of the Czech Academy of Sciences by Conference Fee donation.

Scientific Committee:

    Marek S. Kozien, Cracow University of Technology, Cracow, Poland (Chairman)
    Luděk Pešek, Institute of Termomechanics of the CAS, Prague, Czech Republic (Co-chairman)
    Igor Zolotarev, Institute of Termomechanics of the CAS, Prague, Czech Republic (Co-chairman)
    Miroslav Balda, Research and Testing Institute, Pilsen, Czech Republic
    Piotr Duda, Cracow University of Technology, Cracow, Poland
    Jaromir Horáček, Institute of Termomechanics of the CAS, Prague, Czech Republic
    Marek Książek, Cracow University of Technology, Cracow, Poland
    Jan Łuczko, Cracow University of Technology, Cracow, Poland
    Jiří Náprstek, Institute of Termomechanics of the CAS, Prague, Czech Republic
    Józef Nizioł, Cracow University of Technology, Cracow, Poland
    Thomas Pumhössel, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
    Ladislav Půst, Institute of Termomechanics of the CAS, Prague, Czech Republic
    Michael Scheffler, University of Applied Sciences, Zwickau, Germany
    Andrea Vallati, La Sapienza University, Roma, Italy
    Jan Vimmr, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic
    Jerzy Warmiński, Lublin University of Technology, Lublin, Poland
    Jerzy Wiciak, AGH Univesity of Science and Technology, Cracow, Poland
    Jaroslav Zapoměl, Institute of Termomechanics of the CAS, Prague, Czech Republic
    Vladimír Zeman, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic

Organizing Committee:

    Marek S. Kozien – Chairman
    Urszula Ferdek – Secretary
    Elżbieta Augustyn, Gabriela Chwalik, Łukasz Łacny, Daniel Ziemiański,
    Anna Trzebicka
    - Members

Conference languages: English

Terms:

    • Submission of abstracts: January 25, 2019 using web application form
    • Notification of acceptance: February 6, 2019
    • Conference fee payment due: February 15, 2019
    • Paper submission: February 15, 2019

Accepted papers in a camera-ready form will be included in the Colloquium Proceedings.
Selected conference papers will be published in Journal of Applied and Computational
Mechanics (ACM) indexed by Scopus.

Payment:

    Conference fee: 650 PLN or 150 EUR (VAT included)

    Institution: Politechnika Krakowska, ul. Warszawska 24, 31-155 Cracow, Poland
    NIP (TAX NO.): PL6750006257
    Bank: ALIOR BANK S.A.
    IBAN (in PLN): PL09 2490 0005 0000 4600 1012 1826
    IBAN (in EUR): PL40 2490 0005 0000 4600 3419 4146
    SWIFT (BIC) CODE: ALBPPLPW
    Title: DYMAMESI – Name of participant

    The payment information will be sent to you after your registration confirmation.
    Without the payment your registration will not be considered.
    The fees cover organizing costs, proceedings, refreshments, coffee breaks, lunches and Tuesday dinner.

Venue:

    Cracow University of Technology
    Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
    Al. Jana Pawła II 37
    Cracow, Poland
    Building A
    Tram stop: AWF

Accommodation:

    • The accommodation is not provided by the organizer.
    • Cracow can be reached by plane: (KRK Airport im. Jana Pawła II), car (autostrada Ostrava-Katowice-Kraków), train/bus (LEO Express, StudentAgency / RegioJet), bus (LUX Express). Train/bus connection is suggested due to cost, time and comfort.
    • „Ibis budget Kraków Stare Miasto” hotel situated quite near the central railway station (Kraków Główny) and bus station (MDA Kraków) and near the centre of town seems to be favourable due to place and cost. The University campus is about 15-20 minutes away by a tram (line 5, tram stop Dworzec Główny Tunel, direction Wzgórza Krzesławickie from hotel). Be careful that the conference takes place not in the main campus of Cracow University of Technology placed near the hotel. Early booking of the hotel is necessary. Large number of hotels and hostels in Cracow may be found and booked by web.

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