Model of the Active Surface Structure of the Abstract Biotechnical Object




Abstract object, Models of elementary forms, Surface structure, Active area


Background. The article deals with the current problem of monitoring the metrological parameters of technological equipment with computer numerical control through the development of methods and means of express certification of the technological equipment coordinate system, which, in contrast to the existing, will be more economical and not inferior to the accuracy of the laboratory.

Objective. The aim of the paper is to create a method of compensation for the detected errors, which requires models of elementary forms that determine the formation of various types of the object surface structure regularity, in par­ti­cular, modeling the object active surface formation in interaction with other objects.

Methods. The elementary volume form model of any abstract object and the energy processes that occur in it is pro­po­sed. It’s proposed to choose to such extent the thickness of the surface layer, which determines the active properties of the surface.

Results. It was shown that the depth of the active surface determines the real size of the area and the minimum active volume of the abstract object active area. In considering all these processes, the difference between fluid deterioration and current destruction under the influence of external forces (environment) is determined. The interaction between the environment flow and the abstract object is quite a relative situation.

Conclusions. The primary classification of abstract biotechnical object surface elementary structures was created. A mo­del of surface structure based on elementary forms that form the biotechnical object active area is proposed. This appro­ach provides the opportunity to create the most sensitive area of object interaction.

Author Biographies

Gregory S. Tymchyk, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute

Григорій Семенович Тимчик

Volodymyr I. Skytsiouk, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute

Володимир Іванович Скицюк

Tatiana R. Klotchko, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute

Тетяна Реджинальдівна Клочко


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