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also known as Владимир Кобелев

engineer , consultant , automotive engineer

Vladimir Kobelev is a Russian automotive engineer, consultant. Achievements include research in the optimization of composite structures, POLY-V-BELT dynamics in passenger car motors, valve spring dynamics, side load springs in Macpherson suspension; provider of polygyn system for optimization of serpentine belts for passenger car motors. Business. Recipient Russian Academy of Sciences medal, 1984.

Background

Vladimir was born on 11 June in 1959 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Son of Vladimir N. and Elena (Kovalevitsch) K.

Education

Vladimir is a Master of Science, Physical-Technology Institute, Moscow, 1982; Doctor of Science, Physical-Technology Institute, Moscow, 1984; Doctor in Natural Science, State Minister for Science and Technology, Germany, 1992; Dhabil, Privatdozent, University Siegen, Germany, 2000.

Career

Vladimir was a Research scientist Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1983-1986, group leader, 1986; Humboldt research fellow University Siegen, Germany, 1989-1992, assistant professor engineering Germany, 1992-1993; technical development engineer Muhr und Bender, Attendorn, Germany, since 1993; Author: Optimization of Structures Made of Composite Materials, 1988; contributor over 60 articles to international scientific journals, including International Journal Solids and Structures, International Journal Optimization and Applications, Computers and Structures, International Journal mechanics of Structures and Machines.

Achievements

  • research in optimization of composite structures, POLY-V-BELT dynamics in passenger car motors, valve spring dynamics, side load springs in Macpherson suspension

  • provider of polydyn system for optimization of serpentine belts for passenger car motors. Business

  • Achievements include research in optimization of composite structures, POLY-V-BELT dynamics in passenger car motors, valve spring dynamics, side load springs in Macpherson suspension; provider of polydyn system for optimization of serpentine belts for passenger car motors. Business

  • Achievements include research in optimization of composite structures, POLY-V-BELT dynamics in passenger car motors, valve spring dynamics, side load springs in Macpherson suspension; provider of polydyn system for optimization of serpentine belts for passenger car motors. Business

Membership

  • Fellow Alexander von Humboldt Club (Bonn); International Society Optimization

  • International Society Computational and Numerical Math.

Connections

Vladimir married to Swetlana Konovalova on 18 December in 1958.

father:
Vladimir

mother:
Elena

spouse:
Swetlana Konovalova