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The Department of Engineering Mechanics and Construction – Technical Expertise

Georgian Technical University

Faculty of Construction

Department of Engineering Mechanics and Construction Technical Department №101

History of department

 

Durability of the materials and theory of elongation No.7

 

 

An attempt by the leading public to open a higher educational institution in Georgia has failed to generate positive results for more than one hundred years of actual annexation by the Russian Empire …

Only on May 6, 1917, when the Russian imperial system was subverting, the temporary government approved the draft law on the opening of Tbilisi Polytechnic Institute. On October 9, Tbilisi Polytechnic Institute was opened, which was only comprised of only agricultural faculties. Up to 300 applicants were admitted to the institute, among which 100 were Georgians. The study was conducted in the Russian language, primarily due to the lack of professors of national professors.

On 26 January 1918 Tbilisi University was founded. On December 30, 1921, the University Council established its polytechnic faculty with its construction, mechanical and mining – chemical divisions in its composition. These departments included 9 specialties. On 16th of January the following year was opened the University of Polytechnic Faculty of the University. At this time, lectures were delivered to students: Prof. Niko Muskhelishvili – Theoretical Mechanics, Dr. Found. Tulashvili – Construction Case, Const. Amirejibi – Building Materials; Lecturers: b. Chichinadze – Material Strength, Stages of Structures, G. Khichinashvili – Foundation – Foundations, Construction Art; Assistant A. Chikovani – Material Strength, N. Gvaramadze – Bridges and more.

From May 1922, the Tbilisi Polytechnic Institute was recognized as the highest educational institution in the South Caucasus. But the date of the establishment of the Polytechnic Institute of 1922 is considered when the university has opened the Georgian Polytechnic Faculty; His opening was celebrated by Iv. Javakhishvili’s  Speech at the Council Meeting. Since 1928-1919 academic year, the Georgian Polytechnic Institute has been established, which was created at the TSU Faculty and TSU Base.

Professor Giorgi Mukhadze headed the Department of Construction Mechanics and subsequent materials from 1928 to 1963 (before death).

In 1935 she published her Georgian textbook stages. In 1946 G. Mukhadze was elected as a correspondent member of Georgian Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Socialist Republic of Georgia. The subject of G. Mukhadze’s research is the issues of calculations, losses, framing and retaining walls. While studying this problem, he used a wide range of graphs, which significantly simplified the calculation process.

As a result of the great merit of G. Mukhadze, scholars who grew up in construction mechanics, material strength, elasticity theory. We cannot describe in detail the scientific and pedagogical work of the members of the chair. At this faculty 15- 20 assistants, up to 5 assistants, 3-4 post-graduates and labors.

  1. Mukhadze was awarded the rank of professor in 1931. The members of this chamber were Prof. C. Mukhadze (Head of Chair), Doctorates: A. Kakushadze, V. Batsitsadze, a. Sharmazanashvili, A. Shanshiashvili, N. Abdullayev, c. Omadze, V. Vernapetov, A.Chukasheli, G. Mvirinadze, A.Jabua, D.Taktakishvili, V.Shushania, A.Meskh, N. Namoradze, l. Sanadze, M. Mukhadze.

At the faculty, there was an active scientific work, led by Prof. C. Mukhadze was standing. Scientific seminars were regularly published. For example, the brigade C. Mukhadze, Dr. A. Kakushadze, N.Badulayev and Wanapetov composed scientific work “on accounting loads of coils, tiles, lenses, and multi-storied vans.” The results of this work were introduced: “Palace of the Palace”, during the planning of Khram Hayes and the Chitakhevi HPP.

The results of scientific research were regularly printed in the AP’s work. For example, N. Abdullayev’s works: “Mixed method of solving some of the theory of elasticity”, tiles report on triangular load, “approximate method of determining frequency of spontaneous fluctuations” and so forth.

In  1949, Dr. N.  Abdullayev’s “Composition of Troubleshooting Materials” (Technical Mechanics, printed by Dr. V. Batsikadze’s Monograph “Examples of Calculation of Artificial Systems”.

Published by   Doctor. A. Kakuladze’s textbook “Theory of Elasticity and Plastics” is two-dimensional; The Guidance provided great assistance to students, engineers, and scientists; For this period (50 years) there was no such manual in Georgian. The textbooks were published in materials: Sh. Jabua and d. Taktakishvili “Short Course of Material Strength” Mukhadze, K. Cadare and b. Japaridze’s “Strength of Materials”, Part 1 and Part 2, N. Nomoradze’s “Strength of Materials”, Part 1 and Part 2.

In the fifties, the Institute’s works are also printed on the fragments of dissertation. For example, a. Meskhi’s articles “Using the T iR spectrum function in dynamic calculation of the rectangular filling”. “New   Option for Determining High Frequency Frequency Freeway”.

At the same time, the department chaired the c. Haasalia Dissertation Theme “Research of SphericalRicine Connection Lines by Determination of Elasticity Above the Elasticity Range”.

At the higher level the scientific seminars of the faculty were conducted, with a short list of topics: Kakushadze “Basic Principles of Theory and Poetry Integrals and Principle of Elasticity”, Shanshishvili “Equal Eight Equation” (by Prof. Mikeladze); Abdullayev “Some of the tasks of construction mechanics” (according to M. Mikeladze), “Variable Locks”, “Calculating Speed ​​Forces” (by Prof. Mikeladze). The large chair of the chairs made major productions. Consultation. Eg, prof. C. Mukhadze – Transcaucasian Railway objects, A. Kakazadze – construction of bridges in Tskhinvali, Gori, Baku (sea marine); F. Batsikadze – objects of “Sakokunpproject”; F. Varapetov – various objects of the Transcaucasian

In the beginning of the 60s there was a new reorganization of the Technical Higher Education – joined by Tbilisi Railway Transport Engineers of Georgian Polytechnic Institutions. At the same time, two chairs of the cyclical cycle began to function: the chair of material theory and elasticity theory and the chair of construction mechanics.

Acad. C. Following the death of Mukhadze, the cathedra was headed by A. Kakushadze. She was attracted to young talented scientists, postgraduates and assistants at the chair. A. Under the guidance of Kakuladze, many candidate dissertations in technical sciences were preserved. Disserties have been observed by Asp. D Danelia, A. Khabeishvili, I. Esadze, T. Batsikadze, P. Kokhreidze, G. Rukhadze, b. Chiradze. The problematic issues of the diagrams were related to the static-dynamic calculation of tiles and membranes with different methods; Mainly used the green functions.

Prof. A. Kakushadze has been promoting the growth of young scientists in many publications as well as in republican journalism and spirit work.

For great merit, Prof. A. Kakushadze was granted honorary rank of science and technology; He was awarded with the state order and medals.

In the late 70s, the end of the age Kakushadze refused to resign as chair of the department and remained a professor at the same department. He was elected as a Head of the Department, Prof. al. Losaberidze, who has continued the predecessor

Starting  from the case. This period has been defended by the thesis. J. Bakhtadze; Candidate dissertations were observed in A. Tvaladze and R. Shelia.

  1. Following the tragic death of Losaberidze (at the end of the 80’s), the choir was elected as chair. D. Danelia, who was awarded the rank of Professor.

The 80s are characterized by a number of methodical and supporting literature: Durability of materials (D. Danelia, M. Madzagua, G. Linear), Technical Mechanics (A.Lossaberidze, D. Danelia), Supplemental Handbook of Elasticity Theory (D. Danelia, Z (Madzagua); Methodological guidelines for the completion of material endurance work (N. Murghulia, A.Meddlishvili, A. (G. Gachechiladze, N. Meparishvili), elements of fault mechanics (G. Gachechiladze, D. Korkia). Supporting manuals in elasticity: Examples of solving some of the theories of elasticity (solving the problem with discrete metadata) (G. Gachechiladze, D. Korkia, A. Saralidze) 1994-1995 Batsikadze and g. Gachechiladze’s Guide “Material Strength Course”, 1 and 2 Parts (co-authored by D. Korkia).

In 1997, T. Batsikadze and g. Gachechiladze’s manual “Elasticity Theory”, which is intended for students of higher tech schools. Boss H Under the direction of Batsikadze, the candidate’s dissertation was defended. Nizharadze.

Published in 1990 Professor I. Gudushuri Monograph “Theory of Elasticity in Differential Equations” (in Russian)

Since 2000, a lot of monographs, manuals and supporting manuals have been published at the chair.

H Batsikadze, H. Batsikadze, R. Giorgobiani, I. Komakhidze. The  use of analogy between the distributed endemic and transient loads for determination of decomposition deformations. Methodical guidelines for the study of laboratory work. Technical  University. Tbilisi. 2001  .

  1. Berishvili, T.Batsikadze, R. Giorgobiani, I. Komakhidze. The use of analogy between the distributed endemic and transient loads for determination of decomposition deformations. Methodical guidelines for the study of laboratory work. Georgian Technical University. 2001 Tbilisi.

H Batsikadze, A.Buksanidze, N. Murghulia, J. Nizharadze. Material Strength Reference The TECHNOLOGY University. 2009 .

H Batsitsadze, V. Pachulia, L. Gogeliani, R.Shkhvedadze. Engineering  Mechanics. GTU  Publishing House “Technical University”. 2009

  1. Danelia, A. Kvaratskhelia. The basics of material strength. Tech university. 2009
  2. Danelia, A. Kvaratskhelia. Material durability. . 2007
  3. Danelia, S. Tsvetadze. Elasticity theory. . 2005
  4. Danelia, A. Kvaratskhelia. Material durability. . 2004
  5. Danelia, A. Kvaratskhelia. The basics of elasticity, plasticity and creeping theory. . 2005

H Batsikadze, J. Nizharadze. Methodological guidelines for building computer design for building specialty student students. The TECHNOLOGY University. 2011

T.Batsikadze, A.Kvaratskhelia, Z. Madzagua. Short course of elasticity, plasticity and creeping theory. 2014 Tbilisi T. Kvitsiani, A. Kvaratskhelia, Z.Madzagua.Einternational Mechanics. 2014 Tbilisi

T.Batsikadze, J. Nizharadze. Material Strength I Part. 2014 Tbilisi

T.Batsikadze, J. Nizharadze. Material Strength II Part. 2015 Tbilisi

H Batsikadze, J. Nizharadze. Основы теории упругости и пластичности (Part 1). 2016 .

H Batsikadze,, J. Nizharadze. 2017 sec. .

H Batsikadze, J. Nizharadze. N Наморадзе. Краткий курс сопротивления материалов. (часть I). 2017

At the Technical Department of Technical University of Georgia, Department of Construction Faculty, Engineering Mechanics and Construction Department №101,

The material durability and elasticity theory No. 7, the work of the previous generation continues the professors: T. Batsitsadze, a. Beksyanidze, N. Murghulia, J. Nizharadze, Associate Professors: Giorgobiani, V. Lomidze, Assistant Professor: V. Sokhadze, Chief Specialist Petriashvili, Laboratory L. Javakhishvili.

Nuclear Mechanics and Seismic Strength of the Buildings N57

 

 

 

As a result of the merger of the Polytechnic and Railway Transport Engineers Institute, the chair of the construction mechanics at the institute was established in 1960 in the two chairs of independent construction and materials of the construction and supplier theory.

From March 1960 to September 1983, the Department of Construction Mechanics was led by Doctor of Technical Sciences Prof. M.Mikeladze. At the newly  formed faculty, M.Mikeladze, Prof. K. Javierev 90.5 One, Prof. A.Astvatsaturov, da. G. Natkachev, Assistant. M. Mukhadze 90.5 One, Secretary S. Jobadze and aspirant R.Shkhvedadze.

In 1965 M. M. Mkeladze was nominated by A. Muskhelishvili and I. Vekua, head of Applied Mechanics of A. Razmadze Mathematics Institute. Which was mainly composed of chairpersons and  young scientists. Reasonable Change / Replacement of Chair and Department staff M. Mkeladze allowed the united strong team to be formed.

In addition to the stages of the buildings, the cathedra was ordered to build the structures of the buildings and teach the basics of dynamics and the theory of the theory that in turn increased the number of staff members in different years. In 1960-2016, M.Kurashvili, O. Pagava, T. Gvelesiani, G. Kochiashvili, N. Khizanishvili, M. Gonadze, M.Bodashvili, V.Rodonaia, Z.Nikvishvili, Z.Tsiskariashvili, M.Kalabegashvili, R.Suladze, K. Todos, G. Gabrichidze, R. Murusidze, A.Kizanishvili, G. Nadiradze, N.Chikovani, S. Gigineishvili, L.Khorganashvili, R. Chomakhidze, G. Bazagadze, R. Giorgadze, N.Mamatelashvili, T.Javakhishvili, V.Doreuli, G.Dediashvili, R. Bantsuri, I. Khudushauri, O. Mkheidze, R.Shkhvedadze, I.Kakutashvili, D.Tabatadze D. Zhankarashvili.

The faculty served 5 faculties for the training of the Polytechnic Institute, as well as the Faculty of the Student Profile of the Attendance and Evening.

For this period the original textbooks were created in Georgian language by M.Mikeladze, “Short Course of Construction Mechanics”, “The Basis of the Theory of Theory”, “Thunderstorming Spatial Structures”, “The Tailor’s Theory”, Plastic Theory and Monographs on Topical Problems of Construction Mechanics

“Sustainability, dynamics exercises”, “Kinematic analysis of farms”, A. Beravaia, “The Stabilization of Buildings Mechanics”, “Stabilization of Buildings, Dynamics of Structures”, “Work Mechanisms of Mechanical Mechanics”, N.Zhorjoliani and A. Khizanishvili “Calculation of Artificial Frameworks” R.Shkhvedadze, D.Tabatadze, S.Kakutashvili Construction Mechanics, R.Shkhedadze, D. Stabilization of Stabilized Systems of Stabilization, Sh.Tveledadze, R.Shkhvedadze, D.Tabatadze Methods for Calculation of Frameworks, R.Shkhvedadze, D.Tabatadze, D.Janakarashvili  Stages of Development of Non-Classical Mechanical Mechanics S.Kakutashvili, L.Kajaia Exercises for Mechanical Mechanics, R.Shkhvedadze , D.Tabatadze, D.Jankarashvili, Seismic Strengthening of Building Buildings and Seismic Events 9 Hypothesis Theory of Manual Differential Equations Z.Madzagua, D.Tabatadze, R, Tskhvedadze, Practical Methods for Punctuation of Rough and Rectangular Plates Monograph., R. Giorgadze, D.Tabatadze, R. Lortkipanidze , Calculation and construction of metal lights and hydraulic socket. Methodical   guidelines, R.Shkhvedadze, D.Tabatadze Methodological guidelines for performing practical works in the theory of tailoring and others. In the instruction of the teachers of the subject were visible models, according to the sketch of the members of the chair and placed in the special auditorium for the chair.

In parallel to the pedagogic work, chairmen of the chair are also engaged in productive work.

Prof. M.Mikeladze’s research was the theoretical membrane theory, the optimal calculation of the plates and the shells, as well as the special tasks of the machine building mechanics. M. Mikeladze published more than 40 works, including two monographs published by the Academy of Sciences of the USSR.

  1. Mikeladze’s father, academician Shalva Mikeladze devoted two monographs and many articles to the study of building mechanics. The results were recognized in 1952 by the Soviet Union State Prize. In this regard, it should be considered to be the normality of the most convenient and universal mathematical algorithms to Merab Mikeladze and his disciples addressing Shalva Mikeladze’s rich heritage that enabled M.Mikeladze and his disciples to consider a wide range of difficult engineering problems, includes: Z. Gedenidze to define the ability to attach buildings; M. Khalabegashvili; Project designation of equipments: M.Kalabegashvili, O. Mkheidze; Optimal projection on the conditions of hardness and solidity: Basagadze, R. Giorgadze, G.Duuashvili, M.Kalabegashvili, G. Kochiashvili, D.Tabatadze, R.Shkhvedadze 0; Options for calculating coarse tiles and shells G. Baghadze, M.Kalabegashvili, D.Tabatadze, R.Shkhvedadze 0; Producing equally small structures through radioactive irradiation, Basagadze, R. Giorgadze, M.Kalabegashvili, O.Mekheidze, R.Shkhvedadze; Calculation of uneven constructions R. Giorgadze, G.Duuashvili, M.Kalabegashvili, N.Mamatelashvili. Determine the tense-deformant condition of the elastic-shaped cylindrical shell Doreuli, R.Suladze.

It is noteworthy that M.Mikeladze and his pupils contribute to solving the issues of machine construction mechanics. These issues are reflected in M.Mikaladze’s monograph “Упругость и пластичность елементов конструкций и машин”.

Prof. The subject of A. Astvatsatov’s research was mainly arched systems. He analyzed the distribution of forces in the archetypal arch, studied some geometric parameters and recommended us to select their optimal values. It also belongs to the study of vertical and inclined hanging arches and arched systems. The combined farm used by the millet is used in bridges and hanging systems. The Memorial project was constructed with the original arch bridge at Pasanauri.

Dodd. Several  investigations into the issues of calculation of arch systems. It is worth mentioning its practical activities regarding the restoration and strengthening of bridges.

Numerous researches of D.J.Jorzholian, A. Khizanishvili and A. Beriaia are dedicated to the dynamics of the buildings and the issues of seismic resistance. Their projects had a great economic effect on the design and calculation of Rustavi Shelf-refrigerator.

Concerning the calculation of high dams M.Kurashvili’s works. In 1983-97 he headed the chair. Introduction of the new course “Building Seismic Strengthening Course” for students of construction specialization was conducted. Under the guidance of the Chief Minister, the textbook “Study Seismic Strength Course” was created in Georgian language. The chair of the chair increased and reached 15 staff units.

New coordinated algorithms and software packages were developed by M. Ghurashvili and directly involved in the optimal design of various structures, especially transformed structures, particularly space base antennas.

In 1997-1999 the chair was headed by TSM professor T.Batsikadze, and from 1999 till date the Head of the Department was Professor R. Shevdeadze.

ჵProfessor T. Batsikadze developed a new concept of construction mechanics using modern EGM. Stages of development of construction mechanics in Georgia were analyzed and prospects for further development were identified.

Today Kedadra of Construction Mechanics is presented in the Technical Mechanics of Construction Mechanics and Construction Mechanics and Seismic Strength Direction. The direction is operated by seven staff units. Professor R. Shevdeadze, Professor O. Mkheidze, Prof. D. Tabatadze, Associate Professors I.Kakutashvili, D.Jankarashvili, A. Natsvlishvili Assistant Professionals L.Khorganashvili, A.Tatatadze. The direction serves students of higher vocational training and bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral students in Technical University. According to the relevant programs and syllabuses, new manuals are constructed in construction mechanisms, stability of buildings, dynamics, end-to-end method 9 in construction mechanics, structural seismometers and specialty courses. Directional staffs are actively involved in the development of various grants and scientific conferences.

Many methods are now processed to solve the tasks of construction mechanics, which is obviously the right to choose the best. In the case of a modern computer, the most effective methods are those that include a wide range of tasks and are distinguished by a special mathematical simplicity. One of these analytical methods has been developed by Prof. I. Khadushauri, who was a faculty consultant in 2003-2009. Based on I. Khadushuri Theory, M.Chalabegashvili, R.Shkhvedadze, T.Tabatadze, T.Batsikadze, G.Bhapiani 0 The study of spatial forces and tiles and shells were studied which were resolved due to mathematical difficulty.

Presently, 32 Candidates and Three Disciplinary Dissertation is preserved at the Chair.

This is the history of the chair of the very short construction mechanics.

 

 

Structural integrity monitoring and technical expertise N122

 

 

 

The N122 Chair of Technical Diagnostics and Expertise of Structural Damage was established in 1993 at the Technical Faculty of the Technical University of Georgia at the Scientific Research Laboratory of Technical Disease of Constructions. Professor Jemal Bakhtadze was the founder and founder of the chair. The N122 chair was established as a general university and since 1997 it has become a professional chair. He was preparing for undergraduate and master’s level students with specialization: “Diagnostics and Expertise of Structural Damages”. There were 3 professors, 2 professors and three teachers at the chair. The chair was equipped with a training laboratory, technical staff, laboratory head and two laboratory staff.

Since 2007 the chair has been transformed into the N122 direction, entitled “Structural Integrity Monitoring and Expertise” and merged into the Civil and Industrial Construction Department, and since 2010 the Mechanical Engineering and Construction Technical Expert N101 Department. The head of the department is Professor Tamaz Batsikadze.

Professor Malkhaz Tsikarishvili is heading the direction of N122 since 2008.

Direction prepares the studbooks in the program “Construction”, has a module in the Bachelor’s Degree: “Monitoring Structural Integrity, Diagnostics and Expertise”, and in the Master’s Topics: “Testing and Technical Examination of Buildings”.

3 professors, 4 associate professors and 1 assistant professor are working on the direction.

12 guidelines and auxiliary manual, methodical guidelines for laboratory work and 8 monographs are published and published. The directional staff has published about 100 scientific articles and are actively involved in scientific conferences.

More than 10 doctors have defended doctoral thesis.

The Direction Members are actively involved in implementing practical projects and expert activities.

 

 

Theoretical Mechanics N 4

 

 

 

Mechanical is one of the basic sciences that developed with the development of the community. The mechanics of the humanity of the greatness of the minds of the gentlemen know the obstacles in the work of the one in the scientific system. Works of 1500-1962  in the form of aesthetic complex. Excerpts from the mainstreaming events: inerticity, acceleration, speed control, body weight. (1643-1727), with the exception of the preceding observations of the sciences in 1687, in the year 1687, the monogram of “natural phyllophobia mathematical origins”, in which the classical mechanism of trigonometry.

Based on differential and integral regulations, the analytical methods of mechanics were created, with the foundations laid down by L. Ellier (1707-1783), J.Danlamber (1713-1783), J.Longgrass (1736-1813). The scholarship was found in the works of M.ostagradsky (1801-1862), P.Chasishev (1821-1894), A.Alapunov (1857-1918), I. Meshchersky (1859-1935), K.Colokovsky (1957-1935) 1863-1945 ), N. Zhukovsky (1847-1921), S. Chaplagin (1949-1842) and others. Mrs. M. Muskhelishvili and I. Vekua were the most valuable contributors to the development of mechanics. Theoremical mechanics, as in physics-mathematics science, is the one-and-a-kind important of the greatness of the work of all specialty engineers. An instructional discipline, which is studied at the beginning of the study of the real  engineering engine.

Theoretical Mekanikanicidadicas based on the generalization of aerodynamics of physiology: material resistance, construction mechanics, hydraulics, mechanisms of the study of the machine,

Construction, mechanical, instrumentation, management, management, specialty, specialty in theory of theoretical mechanics.

In theory of theoretical measurements of theorems of theory, the machine is engineered, the implementation of the new constructs.

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The Polytechnic Institute of Georgia was founded in 1928 on the basis of Polytechnic Faculty of Tbilisi State University, with relevant structural units. All disciplines required for the development of qualified engineering staff were created chair. So for instance, Higher Mathematics No. 3; №4 of theoretical mechanics; Phase-5; Identical geometry number 6; Material resistance №7; General and Unorganized Chemistry No. 8, etc. The 4th Chair of the Theoretical Mechanics was led by Niko Muskhelishvili, who led the chairmanship of 1928-1938.

Niko Muskhelishvili was born in 1891 in the military engineer’s family in Tbilisi (died in 1974, buried in the pantheon of writers and prominent public figures in Tbilisi). In 1914 he graduated from the Faculty of Physics and Mathematics of the University of St. Petersburg and left the Faculty of Theoretical Mechanics to obtain a “Professor’s Degree”. Since 1920 he is the head of theoretical mechanics at the Tbilisi State University. 1926-1928 years Muskhelishvili Dean of the Polytechnic Faculty of Tbilisi University, in 1928-1930, in the study unit of the Polytechnic Institute of Georgia. 1930-1936 – Dean of the Pedagogical Institute, then Faculty of Physics and Mathematics at Tbilisi University; After the establishment of the Georgian Academy of Sciences (1941) he is his president.

Niko Muskhelishvili introduced new ideas in the field of teaching and scientific work on the basis of the experience of high polytechnic schools of other countries, and set up appropriate training programs in higher mathematics and theoretical mechanics. In the Polytechnic Institute there are invited academics and teachers (such as A. Kharadze, M. Mikeladze, M. Mirianashvili, D. Dolidze, A. Eliashvili, I. Metskhvarashvili, A. Gorgidze, G. Khazalia, G. Bakhtadze, E. Gegelashvili, A. Benashvili, N. Kvinikadze, I. Gachechiladze and others). In this period there was a need for the need to create textbooks and teaching-method literature in their own language.

At various times and various author’s writing, some guidelines and methodical instructions were written in Georgian for creating theoretical mechanics course. Among them was the academician N. Muskhelishvili.  Was  versatile and fruitful. Muskhelishvili’s   scientific and pedagogic  work. As a Polytechnic faculty, and at the Polytechnic Institute of Georgia, he was the first to lead the theoretical mechanics at the Polytechnic Institute.

In the process of pedagogical activity Muskhelishvili composed three original guidelines for students in Georgian language: the course of analytical geometry – in 1922; Course of theoretical mechanics, part I (Stata) – in 1926; Course of theoretical mechanics, part II (cinematics) – in 1928.

In Georgian language The first two parts of Muskhelishvili’s theoretical mechanics course (statism, cinematics) were the basis of theoretical mechanics in higher education institutions. Several generations of engineers and technicians were raised on these books.

  1. Last edition of Muskhelishvili’s theoretical mechanics course was published in 1933. After almost 25 years, the high schools did not print the manual of theoretical mechanics in Georgian except A. Begiashvili’s excellent book “Theoretical Mechanics”, released in 1934. In the process of reworking it was published again in 1958. While the course of theoretical mechanics was taught in the higher education institutions of Georgia, the leadership of which was led by N. Muskhelishvili’s children and well-known specialists such as N. Vekua, D. Dolidze (State University), A. Gorgidze (Polytechnic Institute) and others.

Mr. Niko was strongly loaded with various organizational and scientific activities. The Academy of Sciences of Georgia was founded by the President of Georgia. Muskhelishvili, who is also the director of Tbilisi  Institute of Mathematics. Mr. Niko wrote unique monographs “some of the main tasks of mathematical theory of elasticity”, “singular integral equations” and many other scientific works, which required great energy and time.

When it was determined that N. Muskhelishvili timelessness because they failed the theoretical mechanics of the new course, making the reference to the former disciples, already senior scientists and teachers in a row produced the theoretical mechanics of the best manuals: Niko Vekua – theoretical mechanics course (1956.) – State University of Mechanics and Mathematics Faculty studentebisatvi ; David Dolidze – Short Course of Theoretical Mechanics (1956) – Students of the Faculty of Physics of the State University; Alexi Gorgidze – Theoretical Mechanics Course (1959) – Students of Higher Technical Schools of Georgia. Since then, these manuals have been published several times.

The purpose and purpose of the manual compiled by each of these authors was different from the theory of theoretical mechanics at the university or polytechnic institution. Naturally, here was the view that was made by N. Muskhelishvili expressed his preface to the first edition of his “Theoretical Mechanics Course” (1926). “This book contains the contents of the lectures by which I am studying the first year of the Polytechnic Faculty and the second year students of the Pedagogical Faculty (Mathematical Field).

The influence of ideas and methods in Muskhelishvili’s work was great, based on which many scientific works and research were written. In honor of the great scholar and public figure, the Presidium of the Georgian Academy of Sciences established the award of academician Niko Muskhelishvili.

According to Niko Muskhelishvili’s recommendation in 1938 A. Gorgidze replaced it with the position of the chair of the theoretical mechanics of the Polytechnic Institute of Georgia. In this position A. Gorgidze worked for more than 50 years and has been working on a tireless and fruitful scientific, scientific, methodological, pedagogical and educative work.

Alex Gorgidze was born on May 17, 1907 in Kutaisi (died in Tbilisi in 1992).

Still in 1929 By the invitation of Muskhelishvili, Alexi Gorgidze is working at the Department of Theoretical Mechanics at Georgian Polytechnic Institute, who graduated from Department of Physics and Mathematics at Tbilisi State University Pedagogical Faculty (1928). From this day on. Gorgidze’s life and scientific-pedagogical work is related to the # 4 chair of the Polytechnic Institute of Georgia.

  1. Gorgidze created the original textbooks in theoretical mechanics in Georgian: “Theoretical Mechanics Course”, Book I (Stamina-Kinematics) and Book II (dynamics). The book was first published in 1959 and has been published five times today. The book I (Stamina-Kinematics) and Book II (Dynamics) are the best textbooks for higher technical institutions. The textbooks are written in the Georgian language. They are desk books of students and specialists of this field.
  2. Gorge made a great contribution to the methodology of teaching theoretical mechanics at the highest school. The special course on these issues was read at the faculty of teachers’ qualification for higher education institutions established with the Tbilisi State University.

In parallel to the fruitful scientific research and pedagogical work A. Gorgidze also engaged in multilateral public activities. For many years he worked at Tbilisi Institute of Mathematics (Senior Scientific Worker, Student Secretary, as Deputy Director of the Institute). At the same time he worked as an assistant to the President of the Georgian Academy of Sciences. Mr. Alexey was a member of the Presidium of the former Union of Higher Education and the curator of this field in Georgia, member of the Board of Mathematics Union of Georgia, member of the Scientific-Methodical Coordination Council at the Georgian Academy of Sciences, the Head of the Municipal Seminar of Theoretical Mechanics, Member of a number of scientific council And others.

Mr. Alex was awarded the honorary title of Honorable Deacon of Science and Technology. In 2001, one of the streets of Kutaisi was named by Alexi Gorgidze. Established by A. Gorgidze is a scholarship.

He was exemplary by Alexi Gorgidze’s personality, with the most attractive personalities, the best of intellect, and Mr. Alex, who was educated with a master, was a true teacher and scholar.

With the direct guidance of Mr. Alexi Gorgidze, the Department of Theoretical Mechanics of the Georgian Technical University was created a powerful collective, which was expanding day-to-day scientific, scientific-pedagogical And methodical work. He chaired the cathedral for nearly 52 years (1938-1990). Mr. Aleksi Gorgidze recommended to the young scientist Doctor of Physics and Mathematics Doctor Professor Leri Doborjginidze in order to vacant his position as the head of # 4 chair of the theory of theory.

Leri Doborjginidze (1947-1993) In 1990 he was elected as the head of the GTU’s theoretical mechanics and worked in this position until his sudden death.

  1. Doborjginidze’s scientific works are dedicated to the task of non-linear theory of elasticity and plastics, as well as the theories of complex theory of theory and the theory of integral equations in the mechanics and techniques of use.

Professor After the death of Doborjagin in 1993, a young talented scientist, Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor Sergo Kharibegashvili was elected as the Head of Theoretical Mechanics.

Sergo Kharibegashvili (1953) was the head of theoretical mechanics department in 1993-1998. After graduation from Moscow State University’s Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, he graduated from the V. Sestlovov Scientific Research Institute (head of academician Andria Bitsadze). She excelled at the age of 30 to get a thesis in the field of physics and mathematical sciences.

S Kharibegashvili is the author of monograph (in English). His work is dedicated to the study of differential equations and equations systems of mathematical physics, in particular, hyperbolic type equations and systems.

For the successful research of the fundamental issues of mathematical physics in the monograph “Gursa and Darbus type objectives for hyperbolic linear differential differential equations and systems” to mark the significance of fertile scientific work and the results obtained. In 1997, the presidium of the Georgian Academy of Sciences awarded academician Niko Muskhelishvili awards. Currently he is professor of GTU’s Department of Higher Mathematics.

In 1998 Kharibegashvili moved to Tbilisi Razmadze Institute of Mathematics. After the departure of Kharibigashvili, Kurtiani was elected as the head of GTU’s theoretical mechanism.

Tariel Kvitsiani (born  in 1945) Doctor of Pedagogy and Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor. Theoretical Mechanics Department has been working in 1974 as Assistant, Senior Teacher, Doctorate and Professor.

In 1998-2007 he was the head of the Department of theoretical Mechanics # 4. Since 2007, he is the head of theoretical mechanics department of the Department of Engineering Mechanics.

In 2007 and in 2011 he was elected as the chairman of the GTD Faculty of Dissertation Board for the second term. In 2007-2014 he led the Doctorate seminars and the Security Council. Since 1998 he has been working in Tbilisi Mechanical Seminar. Is a member of the Mathematical Society of Georgia and Georgian Mechanical Engineers Member of the Presidium. Since 1997 he is an academician of the International Informatics Academy.

  1. Viscian has published six monographs. His works are dedicated to various tasks of hydro mechanics, theoretical mechanics, math and general mechanics. Obviously, in mathematical modeling of physical processes, we are dealing with parameters, equations, equations and equation systems. Their perfect solution requires nonstandard approaches, elaboration of new methods and refining existing methods. These types of tasks are one of the difficult parts of the mathematics course. The monogram dedicated to these issues, “Mathematics – equations, equations and equations systems containing parameters”, contains 736 pages. It contains a wide range of parameters containing parameters. These tasks were based on the first doctoral thesis, to obtain the degree of Doctor of Pedagogy, In Moscow, 1999, “Mathematics – Equations with Equations, Equations and Equations Systems”.
  2. Kvitsiani studied the dynamic processes of dynamic processes of fluid mass and voltage flows on the basis of the general equation of M. Meshchersky, the founder of variable mass dynamics; Static Sustainability of Natural and Artificial Fertilizers with Unstable Objectives (where the first solution is achieved through a clear analysis system); Dynamic tasks of landslides and snowflakes. These tasks were the basis for the second PhD thesis for the degree of Doctor of Science, which was defended in 2001. “Mathematical modeling of dynamic processes of fluid and volatile flows of variable mass” in Tbilisi. The monograph has been published in these issues: “Frost and sustainable flows.” 2000.-142g.
  3. Viscian has important and laboratory studies in the field of hydro engineering and has published three monographs of co-authored by G. Gedenidze: “Prefabricated low damp dams 2008.-180g.”; “The design and design of thin drying dams 2009.-306g.”; “Combined method of calculation of arched dams and selection of optimal parameters 2013.-218g.”. These monographs are primarily used as a condition for determining the different stability of concrete on the stretching and the compression. Searchable thickness ensures the minimum volume of the dam, at the expense of the maximum use of the mechanical character of the material, which results in the design of the arched threshold dam.
  4. Visciani has won four times in contests announced by the Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation at the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia in 2006-2015 and its projects have been financed. Grants were created by scientists groups, with relevant financing and supervision of the scientific work.
  5. Viscian has published about 100 scientific works. The new results are published in different scientific journals in republican and abroad. Participated in more than 20 republican and international conferences and symposiums. At the same time he has worked hard in scientific-pedagogical and methodical work. Recently Prof. A. Gorgidze’s memorable manuals on which many generations of engineers have become deficient. In order to eliminate this deficit, T.V.Chitsian composed several original manuals: theoretical mechanics – statics and cinematography, 2005.-292gv; Collection of theoretical mechanics-statistics tasks, 2006.-102G; Theoretical Mechanics -Dynamics, 2006.-234gv; Theoretical mechanics (for students of higher vocational schools), 2008-182 p. Theoretical Mechanics Course – 2011.-228G; Engineering Mechanics, 2014.-164G; Course of theoretical mechanics – statics and cinematography, 2015.-570g. His pen is also an auxiliary textbook – “Mathematics-Tests Collection for Entrants, 2005, -325 p,” which was published three times later.

 

Activities and composition of the chair of theoretical mechanics

Years passed. With the increase of student contingent at the Technical University, the staff members of the chair were also growing. In 1959 only 13 members of the Theoretical Mechanics had been raised, and in 1965, the number increased to 25, and in the 80s and 90s of the last century, 45 employees worked at the chair. At present, the Cathedra has 10 members (including 1 specialist).

The theory of theory, the theory of hydraulics, hydraulics, hydraulics, hydraulics, the mechanics of the science of mathematics, mathematical physics equations, approximate analysis, the history of mathematics and mechanics Questions and so forth. Scientific seminars were worked on the chair in the fields listed here.

The members of our chair are reporting on the results of the scientific research work and come out at different scientific sessions, conferences, symposia, seminars, which are held both in Georgia and abroad.

Scientific works of members of the theoretical mechanics are printed in different scientific journals. More than 1000 scientific articles and scientific-methodical works have been published over the last 60 years. There were some excellent monographs and guidelines related to mechanical issues. At the faculty of theoretical mechanics, the faculty members of the faculty were prepared and adapted to 9 doctoral and 22 candidate dissertations on topical issues such as elasticity, plasticity and the theory of the theory, hydraulics and hydraulics, the mechanics of the sky, and the thesis, both in Tbilisi and outside the Republic.

Theoretical Mechanics Department At the time of teaching and working programs, according to faculties and specialties, it always takes into consideration the requirements of the relevant chair. The program focuses on different courses of theoretical mechanics according to which issues are needed and useful for any specialty. The main tradition of teaching theoretical mechanics at the Georgian Technical University was the approximation of the theory and practice.

The chair draws great importance to the course of theoretical mechanics of lecture, as well as relevant practical and laboratory studies and student independent Work. The chair draws a lot of time and energy into the development of good students as students. For this purpose, the lab has been equipped with modern technologies for several years. The students are provided with laboratory work, where practical methods of solving the tasks of interesting and dynamic tasks are discussed. Always great attention is paid to the successful work of the scholars. Many students preparing for theoretical mechanics at the university, as well as republic and former union conferences.

The chair in his work always draws attention to the role of theoretical mechanics as one of the major physics-mathematical disciplines. The discipline that is close to techniques and some bridges is between science and mathematics.

As noted above, the foundation of the theoretical mechanics of the Georgian Technical University from the date of its foundation 62 years (1928-1990) was led by two persons, two prominent scientists and teachers: Mr. Niko Muskhelishvili till 1938, and Mr. Alexi Gorgidze from 1938 to 1990. In these years the chair of the chair and the pedagogical team was formed. Many of them are well known.

Departments were established at the University of Georgia at the University of Tehran in 2007. Theoretical mechanics, material sustainability, construction mechanics have been incorporated in the technical expertise # 101 department of technical expertise in engineering mechanics and construction.

Doctors of science

Liparit Agamirazyan (1916-1980). Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, worked at the chair of SP’s Theoretical Mechanics from 1946 until his death.

  1. He studied rhyme theory, the sustainability and the movement of the ankle foundations. The large cycle of work has not been the boundary tasks of the theory of plasticity. Developed methods of calculation of the optimal regime for regulating traffic lights at difficult traffic crossings.
  2. He is an author of the full course lecture of theoretical mechanics, which is published in four parts (in Russian).
  3. The bigger part of the war is a part of the Great Patriotic War and is awarded with the Order of Order and Medal. He was awarded the Honorary Degree of Honored Person of Science and Technology.

Tamaz Bochua (1937-2001) .Technology sciences doctor, professor, worked at the chair of the SPI theoretical mechanics in 1978-1986.

H Bochua’s works are mainly dedicated to the arrangement and reliability of arched dams. He developed and developed the method of assessing the reliability of arched dams with regard to seismic impacts based on the method of bibnov-galorenin solving the stochastic boundary problem of the thermodynamic theory. Work. The chair draws a lot of time and energy into the development of good students as students. For this purpose, the lab has been equipped with modern technologies for several years. The students are provided with laboratory work, where practical methods of solving the tasks of interesting and dynamic tasks are discussed. Always great attention is paid to the successful work of the scholars. Many students preparing for theoretical mechanics at the university, as well as republic and former union conferences.

The chair in his work always draws attention to the role of theoretical mechanics as one of the major physics-mathematical disciplines. The discipline that is close to techniques and some bridges is between science and mathematics.

As noted above, the foundation of the theoretical mechanics of the Georgian Technical University from the date of its foundation 62 years (1928-1990) was led by two persons, two prominent scientists and teachers: Mr. Niko Muskhelishvili till  1938, and Mr. Alexi Gorgidze from 1938 to 1990. In these years the chair of the chair and the pedagogical team was formed. Many of them are well known.

Departments were established at the University of Georgia at the University of Tehran in 2007. Theoretical mechanics, material sustainability, construction mechanics have been incorporated in the technical expertise # 101 department of technical expertise in engineering mechanics and construction.

Doctors of science

Liparit Agamirazyan (1916-1980). Doctor of Technical Sciences, professor, worked at the chair of SP’s Theoretical Mechanics from 1946 until his death.

  1. He studied rhyme theory, the sustainability and the movement of the ankle foundations. The large cycle of work has not been the boundary tasks of the theory of plasticity. Developed methods of calculation of the optimal regime for regulating traffic lights at difficult traffic crossings.
  2. He is an author of the full course lecture of theoretical mechanics, which is published in four parts (in Russian).
  3. The bigger part of the war is a part of the Great Patriotic War and is awarded with the Order of Order and Medal. He was awarded the Honorary Degree of Honored Person of Science and Technology.

Tamaz Bochua (1937-2001) .Technology sciences doctor, professor, worked at the chair of the SPI theoretical mechanics in 1978-1986.

H Bochua’s works are mainly dedicated to the arrangement and reliability of arched dams. He developed and developed the method of assessing the reliability of arched dams with regard to seismic impacts based on the method of bibnov-galorenin solving the stochastic boundary problem of the thermodynamic theory. H Bochua belongs to a great book “Stories on Mechanics”.

Guram Gvazava (1932-1986). Technician of Doctor of Science, Professor, worked on the chair of the SPI Theoretical Mechanics in 1957-1963 and 1982-1986.

  1. Gvazava studied engineering methods of engineering hydraulics. He actively participated in the research work of water supply, sewage and hydraulic engineering research institute, where many works were created. He first started using calculating machines in hydraulic surveys.

David  Gorgidze (in 1944). Doctor of technical sciences, professor, works at the GTU at the Department of Theoretical Mechanics since 1968.

  1. Gorgidze’s scientific work deals with mechanical and mechanical models of solid deformed bodies, in particular, the mathematical modeling of fluid and solid deformed mechanisms; Border and border-related tasks of the thermoelectricity theory for non-potent transmutant isotropic bodies; Dynamic tasks of elasticity theory for the same material; Mathematical modeling of blood motion in blood vessels, in particular capillaries; History of science and technology Two monographs have been published. D. Gorgidze has been leading since the foundation Laboratory of Gorgidze Theoretical Mechanics.

Akaki Dumbadze (in  1940). Doctor of technical sciences, professor, worked at GTU at thetheoretical mechanics of 1968-1994.

  1. Dumbadze studied the elastic and relaxative features of composite materials.

Carlo Tabukashvili (1925-2004). Doctor of technical sciences, professor, worked at GTU at the Doctor’s Theoretical Mechanics from 1972 until his death.

K.Tebukashvili’s scientific-research activities are hydraulics, hydro-mechanics, hydro techniques. The main directions of the research – studying the river basin tasks; Creation of shore protection and irrigation automatic wastewater structures and introduction in their production; Theoretical-experimental studies of the impact of wind waves on the water flows and cellular processes and the processing of hydro-mechanical calculation methods of this effect. The results of the study are reflected in the recommendations of the Moscow and Tbilisi Water Supply and Research Institutions, Scientific Works and Monographs. Tabukashvili is awarded with the Order of Honor.

Giorgi Tevzadze (1914-1988). Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, professor, worked at GTU’s theoretical mechanics from 1942 until his death.

  1. Tevzadze is the author of several scientific-research, scientific-popular works and monographs dedicated to astronomy issues. He developed criteria for the collapse of some of the stars of the star. During the work in the Observatory, Tevzadze found two comets – “Cometa 1942 Tevzadze 1” and “Cometa 1942 Tevzadze 2”.
  2. Tevzadze ‘s pen is a masterpiece of “Rustaveli Cosmology.” He was honored with the Honorary Degree of the Honored Scientist.

Giorgi Malasidze (1936-2016). Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, professor, worked at GTU at the Doctorate Theoretical Mechanics from 1972 until his death.

G.Malasidze’s works are dedicated to the problems of the cinematics and dynamics of the star system. More than sixty works have been published. Mostly in international scientific journals. Systematically participated in international conferences and symposia dedicated to astronomy issues. He was a recognized scientist in the field of cinematics and dynamics problems.

Vasil Matsugov (1919-2005). Candidate of Physics and Mathematics, awarded professor’s rank. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1946 until his death.

  1. The long-term activity of the entrepreneur is closely linked to the creative work of the chair. In addition, V. Matsugov is a writer of many scientific and scientific-methodical works, including several manuals. Scientific papers are dedicated to the mathematical theory of elasticity. In particular, they are discussed in the geometric nonlinear tasks of uniform and compounded, iso-aootropic and anisotropic cylindrical and secondary effects of interaction between the tensile conditions near the cylindrical dysfunction.
  2. Matsugov was granted the honorary title of the Honored Worker of the High School of Georgia; War and labor veteran.

David Natroshvili (born 1948). Physicist-mathematics scientist, professor, worked at GTU’s Theoretical Mechanics in 1984-1987.

  1. Natroshvili’s scientific works are mainly dedicated to the boundary tasks of mathematical theory of elasticity. They examined the border, initial, frontier boundary of theory of elasticity and thermodynamics for anisotropic bodies. He has received the conditions of the rhymepert-kupradze radiation in the case of anisotropic bodies. Examined the problems of the type of fluid and established the solutions of the solutions. D. Natroshvi is the Head of Department of Higher Mathematics at present GT.

Grigol Rurua (1927-1993). Doctor of technical sciences, professor, worked at the Department of Gore Theoretical Mechanics from 1962 to death.

Subject to scientific work – protection of river and sea shore from combustion and flooding; Creating new rational structures of coastal rivers with unsustainable bed and processing of their hydraulic calculation methods; Calculation of local washing with rivers’ shore structures; Survey of river regulation measures at the entrances to protect the seaside and flood control; Methods for the use of a limited class plan while conducting multifaceted experiments. The results of research are reflected in numerous scientific articles and inventions.

  1. Rurua was awarded the honorary title of the Honorable Man of Science and Technology.

Ambrosi Rukhadze (1905-1998). Doctor of Physics and Mathematics,  professor. He worked on the matrix of theoretical mechanics in 1939-1950. Before the death, he is Professor of Higher Mathematics Chair and Prof. In 1955-1960 he was the head of the Department of Higher Mathematics. A. Ruqadze in his works mainly discussed various issues of mathematical theory of elasticity. Efficiently removable for the isotropic and anisotropic bodies for different types of homogeneous and drawn to different types of homogeneous and distinguished animals. It should be noted that the generalization of the inertia center and the interval of the projection of the projection of the projection using the intersection of the prism. He has solved the intersection of the transcendence with a slightly cone, slightly bent and naturally tied to homogeneous and drawn to the dying.

Eurakadze has solved some of the theory of elasticity with the theory of complex variables function. He also has significant consequences in the solving of the circulatory theory of elastic cylinders in the solving of the crossing of the circular cylinder, the prism of the projection drawn from various materials, the stretching, the pairing, the uniformly stranded bellows and other tasks.

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Gela Kipiani (born  1956) Doctor of technical sciences, professor. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1989-2013.

  1. Kipiani has published six monographs. It works on the use of intermittent functions in membrane and plate theory. Discuss the deformation and sustainability of thin spatially spatial spatial systems. Namely, the calculation of the molding of the three-layer plate calculation; Sustainability is both linear and non-linear. The use of finer elements in nonlinear tasks is the author of several guidelines.

Simon Shatashvili (1910-1996). ). Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1949-1964.

S Shatashvili is the author of 16 textbooks; The scientific tasks are studied by the boundary tasks of differential equations of sustainable elongation fluid for areas covered by the surface of the lapunov. As well as the contact target for areas covered by the lapunov. He also studied one class of singular-integral equations.

S Shatashvili was awarded with honorary rank of science honored figure.

Avtandil Tsitskishvili (1925-2012). Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor He worked on the chair of GTU’s theoretical mechanics in 1985-2006.

The majority of A.Citskishvili’s scientific works are dedicated to the issues of theory mechanics, theories of differential equations theory and the theory of analytical functions. The works deal with modeling of hydro mechanics, in particular the thorough examination of partially undesirable tasks of filtration theory. Such tasks are found in hydro-mechanics as well Geophysics, plasma mechanics and other technical and theoretical approaches. A. Tsitskishvili conducted a thorough examination, which allows us to get complete solutions for such tasks when the culmination of a circular polygon is made on a half-flat. Published up to 80 scientific works, including one monograph and two methodical instruction for students.

Gaioz Khatiashvili (1922-2016). Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1950-1957.

G.khatiashvils published three monographs, his academic works on the complex variable function theory, integral equations and potential theory methods studied the theory of elasticity and heat objectives of the three-dimensional cylindrical and cylindrical near skheulebisatvis.g.khatiashvili was a Civil War A few endowed and medals.

Nugzar Shavlakadze (in 1961). Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, professor, worked at the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1990-2013.

  1. Shavlakadze discusses the flat contact tasks of elasticity in which the contact elements are a solid deformed body and small sized engines or strings. Contact relationship is carried out as a continuous and discrete type. Currently Razmadze Institute of Mathematics is the head of the department and professor of GTU’s higher mathematics department.

Revaz Tsvevedadze (retrieved 1936). Technical Science, Professor. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1958-1960.

In the works of Rtskhvedadze discusses the calculation and optimal planning of tiles and shells with intermittent characteristics; Determining the ability to draw elastic-plastic systems and anaconda structures; The exact solution of some spatial tasks of elasticity theory.

  1. Tskhvedadze was born in 1961-2016 at the Department of Construction Mechanics on the Assistant of the Assistant, Doctorate Professor. During the years was the chair of the chair. Head of direction. He is the author of several books and monographs.

 

Candidates of Sciences

Levan Azmaiparashvili (retrieved 1955). Candidate of Physical  and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. He worked on the chair of the GTU in 1977-1995.

  1. Azmaiparashvili is the author of several books. His works are dedicated to the hydroelectric mechanism, in particular the issues of the boundary theory.

Guram Baghaturia (born  1939). Candidate of Physical and  Mathematical Sciences, Professor. She has been working at GTU at the Department of Theoretical Mechanics since 1963.

  1. Bagaturia is studying the sterile and non-statistical tasks of the spread of the crack in the drainage area and the dynamic contact tasks; Uses the integral transformations and the Winner-Hopp method, as well as the method of functional-invention solution of Smirnov-Sobolov.

Aventina Bius (Beshcheva) (1925) Candidate of technician sciences, doctor. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1961-1994.

AB’s works are dedicated to hydro-mechanical issues. He is honored with the Honorary rank of Honored High School.

Tamaz Gardapkhadze (born  1956). Candidate of Technical Sciences, Assistant Professor. He worked at GTU in the field of theoretical mechanics in 1982-2009.

H Gardabhadze is the author of three books in higher mathematics and three manuals in theoretical mechanics. The work is dedicated to the geometric nonlinear deformation and sustainability of multifunctional divergence of dual shrewd.

Marine Gardapkhadze (born 1956).  Candidate  of Technical Sciences, Professor. He worked at GTU at the Theoretical Mechanics in 1986-2009.

  1. Gardabhadze is a writer of several works in which non-linear deformations and sustainability issues are discussed.

Tamaz Gegelashvili (1939-2008). Candidate  of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. Work on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1966 to death.

  1. Beggelashvili studied wave processes in the veil. In particular, solved the thin layers of linear and non-linear initial-boundary tasks in different mechanical operations. He is the author of several methodical guidelines.

Irakli Gorjoladze (1936-2015). Candidate of Technical Sciences, Assistant Professor. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1963 until his death.

  1. Gujoladze’s works are dedicated to hydraulics and hydraulics, as well as river bank protection organizations. Worked on the definitive task of analytical type of multilanguage function given in the table; Determining the criteria of some type of mathematical model of the two-dimensional and non-futuristic futures is established and the method of mathematical modeling of the method of analyzing the function in existence of these models is established. The author is a couple of manuals.

Giorgi Danelia (1913-1988). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences,  Professor. He worked on the chair of the Theoretical Mechanics from 1945 until his death.

  1. Danelia was a participant of the Great Patriotic War and was awarded with many combat medals. G. Dandelia’s scientific work examines the stretching of the narrative drops, the couples and the transcendent tasks when the composite materials have different Poisson coefficients. He was honored with the Honorary rank of Honored High School. Otar Diasamidze (1924-1996). Candidate of Technical Sciences, Assistant Professor. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1963-1979.

Oh. Dismissed scientific papers deal with issues related to soil mechanics and motor roads.

Mamuka Vazagashvili (born  1958). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. He has been working at the GTU at the Department of Theoretical Mechanics since 1980.

M.Vazagashvili’s works are dedicated to researching the protective properties of the dynamic loading of the glass plates.

Tamaz Lazzishvili (1925-1994). Candidate of Physical  and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. He worked at the GTU in the field of theoretical mechanics in 1954-1960.

H Lazarishvili is the author of two books. His works are dedicated to the field of topography – indivisory theory.

Marine Losaberidze (DoB 1959) Candidate of Technical Sciences has been working at GTU at the Department of Theoretical Mechanics since 1990.

In the works of M.Laaberidze, the problems of optimizing the conditions of rock rocks are mainly discussed and processes of interaction with the devices.

Shukri Manasashvili (1930-2011). Candidate of Technical Sciences, Assistant Professor. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1961 until his death.

Sh. Manasashvili’s work deals with the issues of applied mechanics.

Nodar Makhviladze (retrieved 1932). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. He has been working at the GTU at the Department of Theoretical Mechanics since 1958.

  1. Makhviladze works in mathematical theory of elasticity. In particular, it will examine geometric nonlinear isotropic and anisotropic, homogeneous and diluted cylindrical and slightly conjugated dysfunction of secondary and secondary effects and interaction of different tense conditions. Some of the tasks of linear theory linearity are also studied in his works. Ilishein Approximation Method.
  2. Makhviladze has published one monograph (encyclopedic reference – mathematics, mechanics, terms, concepts) and a number of educational and methodical manuals.

Martha Mtsugishvili (back in 1949). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical  Sciences, Professor. He worked at the GTU in the field of theoretical mechanics in 1976-2009.

  1. Mtsugishvili’s works are dedicated to the study of the secondary effects of the isotropic and anisotropic, homogeneous and diluted cylindrical dysfunctional deformations and their interactional problems. Methodological papers are dedicated to the use of computing techniques in the study of theoretical mechanics. Zaur Onezashvili (1936-1980). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1969 until his death.

Grigol Zhvania (1930-2006). Candidate of Technical Sciences, Assistant Professor. He worked on the chair of the GTU in 1966-1989.

  1. Zhvania has published 4 manuals. Scientific-research work was carried out on solid body mechanics and arrangement of food industry enterprises.

Roland Sokhadze (1937-2012). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1966 until his death.

  1. Sokhadze studied the Dricliche, Noyan and the mixed boundary tasks for one class of differential elliptical-hyperbolic differential equations of the second line, which is within the constant parabolic degeneration. Also Darbus’s task for one equation.

Nazi Togonidze (born 1938). Candidate of Technical Sciences, Assistant Professor. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1971-1998.

In the writings of N.Togonidze the issues of deformation of river banks are discussed. Detecting and identifying the nature of the transformation of water waves and the relevant parameters. Methodical work is dedicated to the use of EMS when solving mechanical tasks.

Vazha Pachulia (born 1938). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. She has been working at GTU at the Department of Theoretical Mechanics since 1963. Since 2013 he has been working as professor.

  1. Pachulia discusses the issues of hydraulics, elasticity and platocracy theory.Here is one monograph and five textbooks. Also, one help guide.

Genadi Katamadze (1934-2008). Candidate of Technical Sciences, Assistant Professor. He worked on the chair of GT’s theoretical mechanics from 1962 until his death.

  1. In Qatamadze’s scientific works, hydraulics and hydraulics have been studied.

Alex Sharangia (1918-1989). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. He worked on the chair of the Theoretical Mechanics from 1951 until his death. Participants of the Great Patriotic War were awarded with a number of orders and medals.

There are three manual authors; His scientific work deals with the pairing of the priceless pairing diazes and the cross-cutting tasks, and the second effect of a slightly bending diameter. He also solved the tasks of interconnecting the intersection of the prism of the prism and the cross and the transverse force in the case when the composition materials have not only the Junk Module but also the Puasone coefficients. Etc. The author is the author of two textbooks. He was awarded the Honorary Degree of Honored High School.

Giorgi Shelia (1931-2011). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1963 until his death.

  1. Shelia studied the issues of elastic-paste and elastic-plate plates and stabilizers. He has solved the task of spreading the waves in a damping environment. Is the co-author of one invention.

Giorgi Chitaia (1913-2001). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. He worked at the GTU in the field of theoretical mechanics in 1961-1992.

  1. Chitaia has published 4 monographs. The main subject of his scientific work is physics philosophy and history of physics.

Zurab Tsitskishvili (back in 1961). Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor. Theoretical mechanics department has been working since 1989. G. Tsitskishvili is the author of three inventions; In the laboratories, the symmetric sustainable filtration tasks for the complete and incomplete drainage of different forms are discussed when the water movement is subject to the law of Dars.

Gaioz Chankvetadze (1921-1998). Candidate of Technical Sciences,  Assistant Professor. He worked at GTU in the field of theoretical mechanics in 1952-1989.

The works of G. Chankvetadze discuss the issues of elaboration theory. The tasks of deforming semi-fissure with plates and various depths of the study are studied.

Levan Jikidze (born 1960). Candidate of physics and mathematical sciences, assistant professor at the Department of Theoretical Mechanics since 1982. Since 2013 he has been working on academic entrepreneurial professor.

  1. Jikidze studied with a lens of electrostatic magnetic hydrodynodynamics on the basis of thermal insulation; As well as the effectiveness of the boundary theory and the theory of theoretical and magnetic hydrodynamics. He has published 60 scientific works, including one monograph.

Senior teachers

Nodar Antidze (1937-1992). He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1969 until his death.

  1. Anthidze is the author of several scientific and one methodical work.

Archil Gochiashvili (1907-1977). He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1946 until his death. A. Gochaishvili is the author of one textbook.

Comin Dolaberidze (1932-2004). He worked on the chair of GT’s theoretical mechanics from 1962 until his death.

K.Dolaberidze’s scientific work was to solve the secondary effects and interaction tasks of deformations of uniform and compounded isotropic and anisotropic cylindrical dysfunction.

Guram Kordzadze (1932-2003). He worked on the chair of the Theoretical Mechanics from 1959 until his death.

In the works of G.Kordadze the elastic-plastic equilibrium of the shelling shells is studied. He worked on the methodology of theoretical mechanics learners.

Tengiz Manvelidze (1939-2005). GTU works at the chair of the theoretical mechanics since 1968.

H Manvelidze is the author of several scientific and methodical works.

Ardavash Menabdishvili (1934-2004). He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1964 until his death.

  1. Manabdishvili has published one article.

Carlo Mtvralashvili (1935-1995). He worked on the chair of the Theoretical Mechanics of GD from the 1960s until his death.

  1. The subject of Mtvralashvili’s scientific works is to study the traumatic motion of the membrane.

Ketevan Saralidze (1919-1991). He worked on the chair of GT’s theoretical mechanics from 1944 until his death.

Saralidze is the author of a handbook in several scientific-methodical theories and theoretical mechanics.

Liana Shavliashvili (1930-2016). He worked on Graduate Institute of Theoretical Mechanics in 1958-2006.

  1. Shavliashvili’s scientific work deals with various issues of elasticity theory. He worked on the methodology of teaching theoretical mechanics.

Guram Chkhatarashvili (1943). He worked on the chair of the GTU in 1975-1995.

Alexander Jojua (1930-2003). Graduates at the GTU’s theoretical mechanics since 1954.

A.Jojua belongs to a number of scientific-research and scientific-methodical works. Scientific papers refer to the solving of border tasks with the summarization method. A.Jojua is a member of the Great Patriotic War, has been waged by several orders and medals. He was a veteran of war and labor.

Assistants

Mamuka Gomareli (in 1963). He worked at GTU in the field of theoretical mechanics in 1991-1996.

Anton Tavamaishvili (1923-1971). He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1961 until his death.

Iso Tavdumadze (in 1939). He worked on the chair of GTU’s theoretical mechanics in 1968-1996.

Anzor Kalandarishvili (dated 1939). He worked on the chair of GTU’s theoretical mechanics in 1976-2006.

  1. Kalandarishvili studied the task of stretching the infinite plate with one and two sparrows.

Natela Kokhashvili (born 1950). He worked on the chair of GTU’s theoretical mechanics in 1977-2005.

Niko Lomadze (1960-1993). He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1983 until his death.

Bidzina Midodashvili (born 1961). He worked at GTU in the field of theoretical mechanics in 1993-2006.

  1. Miodashvili has several works in theory of elasticity and in the theory of differential equations of mathematical physics.

Gia Zhorzholiani (in 1943). He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1968-1988.

G.Jorjolian is the author of one monograph and five inventions. The works are dedicated to thermal physics, especially condensation and fermentation problems.

Roman  Tsurtsumia (born 1962). He worked at GTU in the field of theoretical mechanics in 1992-2005.

  1. Tsurtsumia is studying the sustainability of cutting plates and sheaths.

Laboratories

Aniko Metskhvarishvili (1932-2004). He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics from 1957 until his death as a Senior Laborer.

Nana Tabagua (born  1940). He worked as a laborer at the GTU in 1972-1976.

Liana Kvartskhava  (born 1963). Graduates  from the GTU in the position of Senior Laborant, Specialist, Senior Specialist since 1995. L. Kvartskhava has published four scientific works in the boundary-contact tasks of thermoelectricity theory for isotropic bodies.

David  Kipiani (born 1962). He works at GTU’s Theoretical Mechanics in 1990-2009 as Senior Lab Officer.

  1. He is a candidate of martial arts sciences. The works are dedicated to calculating the solidity structure of the rectangular structure with rectangular cutting.

Dodo Tchitchinadze (dated 1952). He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1980-1996 at the position of the laboratory.

Nana Bagaturia (DoB 1968). He worked at GTU in the field of theoretical mechanics in 1993-1994.

Konstantin Danelia (1963-2011). He worked as a senior laboratory in 1984-1989 at GTU’s Theoretical Mechanics Department.

Natia Gorjoladze (born 1973). He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1998-1999.

Lali Guinea (born 1950). He worked on the Department of Theoretical Mechanics in 1999-2000.

List of employees of GTU’s Theoretical Mechanics

(Since its foundation until 1928-2017)

The list below shows clearly that many of the well-known scientists and prominent mathematicians and engineers worked at the # 4 chair of the Theoretical Mechanics of Georgian Polytechnic Institute (later Georgian Technical University).

Note: * The list has the following persons who work at the chair.

 

Doctors of science

 

  1. Liparat Agamirziani
  2. Davit Avazashvili
  3. Tamaz Bokhua
  4. Felix Gantmaxeri
  5. Guram Gvazava
  6. Alexi Gorgidze (head of the cathedra)
  7. David Gorgidze
  8. Leri Doborjginidze (head of the cathedra)
  9. Davit Dolidze

10.. Akaki Dumbadze

  1. Ilia Vekua (academician)

12.Carlo Tabukashvili

13.Giorgi Tevzadze

14.Tariel Kvitsiani  (head of the cathedra)

  1. Victor Kupradze (Georgia)
  2. Leonid Leibenzon
  3. Giorgi Malasidze
  4. Constantine Janishvili (academy)

19.. Leo Magnaradze

  1. Mate Mirianashvili (Georgian Academy of Sciences)

21.. Merab Mikeladze (ok.

  1. Shalva Mikeladze (Georgian Academy of Sciences)
  2. Niko Mkhelishvili (academic cath.

The head)

  1. David Natroshvili
  2. Gregory Rurua
  3. Ambrosi Rukhadze
  4. Gela Kipiani
  5. Nudzar Shavlakadze
  6. Avtandil Tsitskishvili
  7. Revaz Tsvetadze
  8. Elizbar Tsitlanadze
  9. Evgeni Kharadze (Academician)
  10. Sergo Kharibegashvili (head of the cathedra)
  11. Gaioz Khatiashvili
  12. Vladimer Chelidze (St. I. BC)

 

Candidates of Sciences

  1. Levan Azmaiparashvili
  2. Giorgi Areshkin

Guram Bagaturia

  1. Giorgi Bakhtadze
  2. Andro Begiashvili
  3. Aventina Bew
  4. Tamaz Gardapkhadze
  5. Marina Gardabkhadze
  6. Evgeni Gegelashvili
  7. Tamaz Gegelashvili
  8. Vakhtang Gogoladze
  9. Gregory Goluby
  10. Irakli Gorjolodze
  11. Giorgi Danelia
  12. Otar Diasamidze
  13. Ivane Kvirkvelia
  14. Tamaz Lazzishvili
  15. Niko Lomjaria
  16. Shukri Manasashvili
  17. Bagrat Manjgaladze
  18. Nodar Makhviladze
  19. Vasil Matsugov
  20. Marta Metsugishvili
  21. Zaur Onezashvili
  22. Grigol Zhvania
  23. Vakhtang Zhghenti
  24. Roland Sokhadze
  25. Ivane Tarasashvili
  26. Nazi Togonidze
  27. Vazha Pachulia
  28. Genadi Katamadze
  29. Archil Shanshiashvili
  30. Aleksi Sharananga
  31. Giorgi Shelia
  32. Adam Chakhtauri
  33. Giorgi Chitaia
  34. Grigol Chkhikvadze
  35. Ivane Tsagareishvili
  36. Zurab Tsitsikishvili
  37. Gaioz Chankvetadze
  38. Zaid Khalilov
  39. Galaktion Khakhubia
  40. Alexander Kvolos
  41. Levan Jikidze

 

Senior teachers

  1. Nodar Antidze
  2. Archil Gochiashvili
  3. Komin Dolaberidze
  4. Tengiz Manvelidze
  5. Guram Kordzadze
  6. Ardevash Menabdishvili
  7. Carlo Mtvralashvili
  8. Ketevan Saralidze
  9. Liana Shavliashvili

Guram Chkhatarashvili

  1. Alexander Jojua

Assistants

  1. Nicoloz Abdulaev
  2. Zaur Arkania
  3. Dimitri Gamkrelidze
  4. Calistrite Gaxaria
  5. Mamuka Gomarteli
  6. Lado Guruli
  7. Kote Danelia
  8. Anton Tavamaishvili
  9. Iza Tavdumadze
  10. Anzor Kalandarishvili
  11. Sergo Kankava
  12. Bukuti Bitsadze
  13. Natela Kokhashvili
  14. Niko Lomadze
  15. Tengiz Lomtatidze
  16. Elene Manjavidze
  17. Keto Meskhi
  18. Bidzina Midodashvili
  19. Gia Zhorzholiani
  20. Roman Tsurtsumia
  21. Grigol Khajalia
  22. Mikheil Odisharia

 

Laboratories

  1. Makvala Melia
  2. Aniko Metskhvarishvili
  3. Nana Tabagua
  4. Liana Kvartskhava
  5. David Kipiani
  6. Dodo Tchitchinadze
  7. Nana Baghaturia
  8. Natia Gorjoladze
  9. Lali Guinea