Research and development of coatings extending the operation life of quick-wearing parts;

Develop technologies for integrated mechanization of commercial livestock farms;

Develop electric car manufacture technologies;

Develop processes for manufacture of car components;

Develop meat production technologies;

Develop technologies for manufacture of resource-saving machine complexes for crop production industry;

Develop enhanced and new design of hydraulic machines (in particular, geared pumps) manufacture technologies;

Develop gear teeth thermofrictional treatment technologies;

Research on and adoption of effective methods for improvement of mechanical strength properties and corrosion resistance of blades;

Develop technologies for manufacture of asynchronous electric motors for diesel and electric locomotives;

Develop technologies for manufacture of generators and electric motors based on new high-temperature superconductors;

Research and development of robotic complexes for painting, welding, assembly and manufacture of machine parts;

Develop technologies for manufacture of electric motors, separators and other products;

Develop 3D printing technologies to manufacture complicated parts;

Research on burnt sand regeneration processes;

Research and development of adaptive technologies for manufacture of tires from synthetic elastomers and equipment for their production;

Research and development of agricultural processing machinery and equipment technologies;

Develop integrated processes for machinery production based on design and technological model and GALS/PLM technologies;

Develop three-element stamp-welding trolley technologies (axle load – 25 tons for cargo wagons).

Materials provided contain interim research findings (Project: System Analysis and Forecast in Science and Technologies. Area: Machine engineering). Key goal of the research is develop targeted recommendations for science and technology development in Kazakhstan by 2030.

Interim results include a Scenario for Machine engineering in Kazakhstan until 2030. This Scenario is based on research and technical data analysis, state strategies and programs, analytical reports of lead local and international organizations, Big Four consulting companies and bibliometric and patent search results.

These efforts resulted in identified external and internal science and technology development trends in the area of Machine engineering, key factors and their relation influencing on the future development, benefits and disadvantages and opportunities and threats from the external environment. The Scenario addresses Kazakhstan’s R&D competences, proposes strategies and measures in order to develop the direction and identify potential risks associated with implementation of this Scenario.

The Scenario was discussed at expert panels and Round Tables involving a broad circle of experts (representatives of academic, scientific and business communities and state authorities).

We kindly ask you to leave your proposals and comments on improvement of the Scenario at the Forum.

Forum “Mechanical Engineering”