Engineering and Educational Technologies. Quarterly theoretical and practical journal [Online journal].
– Kremenchuk: KrNU, 2016. – № 3 (15). – 56 p.
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Development and Application of Pedagogical Science Achievements at Educational Practice

Vasylyshyna N.  (download)
[in English]

The paper under consideration is concerned with the issue of improving the level of Turkish high education by means of mastering teaching staff. So, in the frame of the research we have outlined basic aims, principles of Turkish National Education.

Considering such fundamentals, this study was directed to emphasize core competences of high school lecturers that are necessary to shape appropriate experts. The research presented views on this problem of famous scholars, scientists, researchers in order to reveal the issue in-depth.

Respectively, the aim of our paper was to: give review on teacher effectiveness from different angels; define the characteristics of effective English language teachers; perform activities done to raise the quality of Turkish teachers on the example of “Anatolian Teacher Training High Schools”.

The outcome of the research was crowned with a generalized definition of teacher effectiveness made by Hunt, such as: “The collection of characteristics, competencies, and behaviors of teachers at all educational levels that enable students to reach desired outcomes, which may include the attainment of specific learning objectives as well as broader goals such as being able to solve problems, think critically, work collaboratively, and become effective citizens”.

The paper was completed with conception that even expert teachers is always in the process of professional growth; and thus, teacher effectiveness should be perceived as a fluid rather than a fixed phenomenon.

Key words: Turkish education, aims, principles, high school lecturers, teacher effectiviness, English language teachers, characteristics.

1. Basic Education in Turkey. Background Report,  available at: http://dx/ 10482440705 (accessed June 25, 2016).

2. Bell, T. (2005), "Behaviors and attitudes of effective foreign language teachers: Results of a questionnaire study", Foreign Language Annals, vol. 38/2, pp. 259-270.

3. Brown, A. (2009), "Students’ and teachers’ perceptions of effective foreign language teaching: A comparison of ideals", The Modern Language Journal, vol. 93/1, pp. 46-60.

4. Çelik, S. (2011), "Characteristics and Competencies for Teacher Educators: Addressing the Need for Improved Professional Standards in Turkey", Australian Journal of Teacher Education, vol. 36/4, pp. 72-87.

5. Çelik, S., Arikan, A. and Caner, M. (2013), "In the Eyes of Turkish EFL Learners: What Makes an Effective Foreign Language Teacher?", Porta Linguarum, vol. 20, pp. 287-297.

Information and Communication Technologies at Education

Chornyi O., Ogar V., Perekrest A., Romanenko S.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

In the paper the examples of practical studies for schoolchildren of 10-11 classes are presented. These studies are leaded out during practical training on the base of university laboratories at Automatic Control Systems and Electric Drive Department. The Department ensure training of specialist of first, second and third educational level in branch of knowledge Electrical Engineering. Practical studies are correspond to training program of Electrical Engineering specialty and ensure learning of basic physical laws at mechanics and electrical engineering. The studies are leaded by using up-to-date electronic systems and computer programs. Presented examples of practical studies are structural and methodically complete. They are oriented to acquirement of information technologies at electrical engineering and automation.

This paper presents first part of scientific work. In following papers authors plan to consider practical studies of information search, principles of electric scheme developing and operation principles of mechanic and electric components of electric scheme.

Key words: institution of higher education, university, technical specialties, practical studies, entrant guidance.

1. (2015), Rezul'taty roboty naukovo-metodychnoho seminaru «Informatsiyni tekhnolohiyi v navchal'nomu protsesi» (Results of V Methodological seminar “Information Technologies at Educational Process”), available at: (accessed August 15, 2016). [in Ukrainian]

2. Poduraev, Yu.V. (2006), Mekhatronika: osnovy, metody, primenenie : ucheb. posobie dlya studentov vuzov, obuchayushchikhsya po spetsial'nosti «Mekhatronika» napravleniya podgot. «Mekhatronika i robototekhnika», Mashinostroenie, Moscow, Russia. [in Russian]

3. Yurevich, E.I. (2005), Osnovy robototekhniki, BKhV-Peterburg, St. Petersburg, Russia. [in Russian]

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6. Mindstorm, available at: Default.aspx (accessed August 25, 2016). [in Russian]

7. Beliovskaya, L.G. (2010), Programmiruem mikro-komp'yuter NXT v LabView, DMK Press, Moscow, Russia. [in Russian]

8. Trevis, D. (2005), LabView dlya vsekh (LabView for all), DMK Press ; PriborKomplekt, Moscow, Russia. [in Russian]

9. Burdakov, S.F., Miroshnik, I.V. and Stel'makov, R. E. (2001), Sistemy upravleniya dvizheniem kolesnykh robotov, Nauka, St. Petersburg, Russia. [in Russian]

10. Luk'yanov, A.A. (2005), Intellektual'nye zadachi mobil'noy robototekhniki, Izdatelstvo Irkutskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta, Irkutsk, Russia. [in Russian]

Engineering Information Technologies and Systems

Chornyi O., Serhiyenko S.  (download)
[in Ukrainian]

The question of program synthesis of virtual complex-simulator for research of induction motor protection systems is considered. The virtual complex is purposed for application at training during education of technical specialties students. Using this virtual complex students are learning, training and practical acquiring at methods of induction motor protection under preparation for laboratory and self-educational works. Also students and postgraduate students are using this complex at their research works. The virtual complex is synthesis simulator purposed for realization elements of active education method and getting acquires at object of induction motor protection. All components of virtual complex are realized by SubVI tools of LabView.

The requirements to realization of virtual complex tasks with ability of virtual complex modernization for increasing of virtual complex feature are defined.

Key words: virtual complex, simulator, protection, induction motor.

1. Chornyi, O.P. and Rodkin, D.Y. (2010), Virtual'ni kompleksy i trenazhery – tekhnolohiya yakisnoyi pidhotovky fakhivtsiv u haluzi elektromekhaniky, avtomatyzatsiyi ta upravlinnya, High school : theoretical and practical issue, no. 7-8, pp. 23-34. [in Ukrainian]

2.  Zagirnyak, M., Rodkin, D.Y. and Chornyi, O.P. (2009), Virtual'ni laboratorni systemy i kompleksy – nova perspektyva naukovoho poshuku i pidvyshchennya yakosti pidhotovky fakhivtsiv z elektromekhaniky, Scientific production journal “Electromechanical and energy saving systems”, Iss. 2 (6), pp. 8-12. [in Ukrainian]

3. Shalyto, A.A. and Tukkel', N.I. (2005), Switch-tehnologija – avtomatnyj podhod k sozdaniju programmnogo obespechenija «reaktivnyh» system, Programming and Computer Software, no. 5, pp. 45-62. [in Russian]

4. Kozachenko, V.F. (2010), Effektivnyj metod programmnoj realizacii diskretnyh upravljajushhih avtomatov vo vstroennyh sistemah upravlenija (An efficient method for software implementation of digital control machines in embedded control systems), available at: (accessed August 28, 2016). [in Russian]

5.  Chornyi, O.P., Rodkin, D.I., Lashko, Iu.V., Velychko, T.V., Kotliarova, O.V. and Bulavin, O.A. (2005), Prohramnyi produkt «Virtualnyi laboratornyi kompleks doslidzhennia elektromekhanichnykh system», Author's certificate no. 12512, applicant and owner Kremenchuk Mykhailo Ostrohradskyi National University, published 24.03.2005. [in Ukrainian]

6. Chornyi, O.P., Rodkin, D.I., Lashko, Iu.V., Ostapenko, Ie.V. and Herasymovych, V.V. (2010), Prohramnyi produkt «Virtualnyi laboratornyi kompleks dlia doslidzhennia system zakhystu asynkhronnykh dvyhuniv», Author's certificate no. 33902, applicant and owner Kremenchuk Mykhailo Ostrohradskyi National University, published 25.06.2010. [in Ukrainian]

Electrical and Energy Complex and Systems

Lepihov O., Khrypko S. (download)
[in Ukrainian]

In many fields of technology solved the problem associated with modeling of behavior under dynamic loads over time. Simulation of pursuing such a goal as monitoring the progress of work and assess the reliability of the system and its optimization. Examples of such systems are important technical design of bridge cranes.

To realize optimal designs of cranes previously used computational methods, primarily using static laws that are inadequate and give very close characteristics in dynamic processes of movement and shock loads. Therefore there is a need to apply mathematical modeling for graphic representation of dynamics handling systems. Mathematical modeling of the crane to determine their rational in terms of stability, reliability and safety are important design elements.

In this paper we developed a program for dynamic simulation of vertical vibrations of bridge cranes. As development environment was selected package MATLAB Simulink. With ample opportunities for programming, he at the same time has the advantage of speed in modeling dynamic processes, which certainly makes it one of the best programs for the development of simulation mechanisms. Created program allows you to display moving, change of speed and acceleration of the masses in the vertical plane of the crane on uneven industrial rail track in the building.

Keywords: mathematical simulation, dynamics of crane, Matlab.

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2. Chernishenko, O.V., Krasnokutskaya, T.B. and Fesenko G.I  (2011), "Shock when moving the bridge crane along the track", Transactions of National Transport University, Iss. 54 (80), pp. 30-40. [in Russian]

3. Rabei, V.V. (2012), "Analysis of damage to overhead cranes buffers", Transactions of Astrakhan State Technical University, Iss. 2 (18), pp. 60-66. [in Russian]

4. Orlovsky, I.A. and Booth, Y.S. (2007), "Refined mathematical and simulation models of the electric movement of the bridge crane", Transactions of Zaporizhzhya National Technical University, Iss 2 (2), pp. 39-51. [in Russian]

5. Іvanchenko, F.K. (1978), Raschety gruzopod"emnykh i transportiruyushchikh mashin [Calculations of hoisting and conveying machinery], Vishcha shkola, Kyiv, Ukraine. [in Russian]

6. Hochberg, M.M. (1988), Handbook of cranes. In 2 v. V. 1. The characteristics of materials and loads. Bases for design of cranes, their drives and metal constructions, Mechanical engineering, Moscow, Russia. [in Russian]

7. Lobov, N.A. (2003), The dynamics of movement of cranes along tracks, Publishing House of the MSTU Bauman, Moscow, Russia. [in Russian]

8. Kudryavtsev, N.N. (1981), "Effect of short irregularities of the wheels and the rails on the dynamic force and acceleration undercarriages of cars", Transactions of All-Russian Research Institute of Railway Transport, Iss. 610, pp. 4-23.

9. Ruban, V.G. and Matvey, A.M. (2009), The solution of problems of dynamics of railway vehicles in Mathcad, Rostov-on-Don, Russia. [in Russian]

10. Benkovich, E.S., Kolesov, Y.B. and Senichenkov, Y.B. (2002), Practical simulation of dynamic systems, Petersburg, Russia. [in Russian]

11. Shcheglova, I.Y. and Boguslavsky, A.A. (2009), Simulation of oscillatory processes, Kolomna, Russia. [in Russian]

12. Terms of the structure and operation of cranes, NPAOP 0.00-1.01-07. Approved, order of the State Committee of Ukraine for Industrial Safety, Labour Protection and Mining Supervision 18.06.2007 № 132. Registered in the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine 09.07.2007 under number 784/1405, given the force with 01.09.07. [in Ukrainian]