The Machine Dynamics Laboratory (MDL) team at Aristotle University is known internationally for its research activities and publications in the area of dynamics and control. Specifically, the members of MDL are actively involved in determination of dynamic response, vibration, stability, optimization, parametric identification, fault detection, control and fatigue of mechanical systems. To achive this, MDL is equipped with state-of-the-art computational and experimental facilities and its members are heavily engaged in funded research projects, in cooperation with other academic and industrial teams with similar interests in a national and international level.
Dynamics. Mechanical Vibration and Machine Dynamics. Structural Dynamics. Numerical Methods in Vibration of Mechanical Systems.
Automatic Control. Digital Control of Dynamic Systems. Optimal Control of Dynamic Systems. Design and Optimization of Processes. Experimental Methods in Machine Dynamics.
Calculus Ι, II. Linear Algebra. Ordinary Differential Equations.
Erasmus Mundus Master’s Programme in Turbomachinery Aeromechanics-THRUST
Rack Mounted Cluster, HP Blade C7000
8 HP Proliant BL460 with 2 Quad-Core E5310, 16GB RAM, Centos 5.1
1 HP StorageWorks SB40 with 6x140GB HD
HP xw8200, Intel Xeon 3.6Ghz, 8GB RAM, Mandriva Linux 2005
Laboratory of Machine Dynamics, Building E14 (12d-Mech. Eng.), 3rd Septemvriou str.- A. U. Th. Campus.
Phone No.: (+30) 2310 99 42 21
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