At this laboratory, master’s degree students are being trained in electrical engineering, electromechanics, and electrotechnologies with a specialization in electrotechnological and electromechanical complexes, high-frequency electromagnetic technologies, and automated electric drive of technological processes, in the following disciplines:
- Fundamentals of high-frequency electrical engineering;
- Numerical methods in the theory of electromagnetic processing of materials;
- Computer-information technologies for analysis and synthesis of electrotechnological complexes;
- High-frequency power electronics;
- Technologies of electromagnetic processing of materials.
To ensure that educational and scientific tasks are met, the academic and research laboratory ‘Electrotechnology’ was provided with the following equipment: a pyrometric complex for measuring temperatures up to 3000ºС, high-frequency power sources for researching induction heating technologies for metals and heating dielectric materials, power sources for arc and contact welding of metals, an automated collection complex and data processing, a computer class. The laboratory is also equipped with a specialized ANSYS software complex for modeling electromagnetic, thermal, and gas-hydrodynamic processes, as well as for solving problems in mechanics.