Institute of Mechatronics

The institute exploits the interdisciplinarity of (bio)mechatronics to conduct collaborative research on novel actuators and sensors for various applications in healthcare, manufacturing, aerospace and microsystems. The research is focused on technologies for wellness and sports, medical disorder prevention, diagnostics and treatment, rehabilitation and assistance, mechanical energy harvesting and sensing, high-resolution positioning and high-performance machining.

 

Research Areas

Research, development and application of devices and methods for healthcare, sports performance, medical disorder prevention, diagnostics and treatment, rehabilitation and assistance.

Research, development and application of high-resolution piezoelectric actuators for precision positioning, vibration-assisted machining, etc.

Research, development and application of mechanical energy harvesters and sensors with embedded piezo-ceramic/polymeric transducers for flexible, wearable and smart macro/micro mechatronic systems.

 

Research achievements and impact

KTU Institute of Mechatronics has a recognized scientific potential and experience in applied research and experimental development, which it successfully uses in national and international projects in accordance with the scientific and applied orders of domestic and foreign economic, educational and cultural subjects

Recognized scientific authority of the Institute’s specialists at the University, in the country and abroad. The research results are relevant to Lithuanian manufacturing, wellness equipment, microtechnology, mechatronics, polygraphy companies such as Precizika Metrology UAB, Dovaina, Metec, Artmedica and others.  They are used in the development of new materials processing technologies and wireless devices, sensors / actuators, human health devices, bio-parametric measurements and monitoring.

In 2012-2014 the Eurostars joint project“ „Moinfo“ was carried out together with join venture company Baltic CNC Technologies. in 2011-2015 the FP-6 project „Manufuture 2013“ was carried out with LINPRA, which led to the identification of „Horizon 2020“ priorities with the European Commission during the International event in Vilnius. Dozens of Lithuanian and 2 international patent certificates have been obtained as a result of the collaboration with business partners.

Scholarship – Bialystok University of Technology

As a part of the project titled: International scholarship exchange of doctoral students and academic staff (PROM) financed from the National Academic Exchange Agency (NAEA) program, Institute of Mechatronics Ph.D. student Paulius Karpavicius – performed an internship at Bialystok Technical Universities, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.

Paulius Karpavicius in his doctoral thesis investigates the mechanical vibration energy harvesting system for monitoring of rotating tool condition during machining operation. During the two-weeks internship from June 24 to July 5, 2019 at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Bialystok University of Technology Paulius Karpavicius continued simulation research and experimental verification of the milling tool condition monitoring system under the supervision of dr. hab. eng. Arkadiusz Mystkowski from the Department of Automatic Control and Robotics.

The topic of the work is development of a self-powered rotating tool condition monitoring system. In this system, the electrical energy required to power the systems electronics is harvested from the mechanical vibration of the tool using piezoelectric transducer during machining operation. In particular, the harvested electrical energy is enough to power up the low-current Bluetooth module that provides a real-time transition of data concerning tool condition to a Bluetooth enabled smart device. The developed system is able to predict the wear of the cutting tool and to monitor other parameters of the CNC machine.  One of the example of the domestic application can be a cutting tool vibration monitoring during milling process, where the operator receives urgent data about the milling process parameters on a smartphone application.

In the system under development, the self-powered monitoring system with a piezoelectric transducer and a Bluetooth module is integrated in the milling knife holder. During the cutting process, a higher wear of the milling cutter generates a greater amplitude of vibrations and thus a higher electrical voltage is generated by deformation of the piezoelectric transducer.

The research conducted at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering of the Bialystok University of Technology concerns the experimental verifications and measurement of the torsional and radial vibrations (in two axis) of the milling tool holder and the measurement of the vibration harvested energy. Tests were performed for various parameters of the machining process, including different wear modes of the milling cutter.

The combination of measurements results, their processing and analysis will allow us to obtain a machine tool vibration signal estimator using the piezoelectric transducer. Finally, the vibration estimator together with the piezoelectric transducer will provide the self-powered torsional/radial vibration sensor with wireless communication.

The research results will be published in journals from JCR database.

Researchers at the Institute focuses on the development of the new technologies and wireless devices for it control, on the dynamics of microsystems, and the development and applications of human health and therapy devices. The research is multidirectional, interdisciplinary and relevant to the contemporary development of society. The scientific results are published at international conferences, published in the prestigious international journals with high citation indexes and listed in Clarivate Analytics, Web of Science. Two monographs were published by Springer. Scientists are on the editorial boards of various scientificjournals, and they edit the international journal Mechanics.

The staff of the institute regularly chairs and organizes international conferences “Mechanics”, “Transport Means”, MSM. This year, the Institute staff is organizing the IFToMM World Summer School on “MECHANISM DESIGN FOR APPLICATIONS IN MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS (MDAMS 2020)”.

Prof. Vytautas Ostaševičius, Prof. Vytautas Jūranas and Dr. Rolanas Daukševičius are dedicated to the year 2018. Lithuanian Science Prize in Technology Science for the work “Development of Micromechanical Systems, research and applications (2003-2017) ”.

Doctoral students Sandra Mikuckytė, Gytautas Balevičius, Paulius Karpavičius are the winners of the Young Scientists’ Conference “Interdisciplinary Research in Physical and Technological Sciences”, nominated by the Prime Minister of the Republic of Lithuania.

Prof. Vytautas Ostaševičius has been awarded the Orders of the French Republic and the Kingdom of Belgium, and has been elected a Foreign Member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences

 

Research infrastructure and services

Institute of Mechatronics has the status of national research infrastructure (RI “Mechatronika”) and provides open access to an extensive set of tools for prototyping and testing of macro/micro/bio mechatronic systems. The institute serves the needs of researchers working in mechanical, production, materials, electronics, measurement and microsystems engineering fields and supports companies from different manufacturing industries in development of high value-added products.

The institute operates a wide range of vibration testing tools including a suite of POLYTEC laser vibrometers, which enable full dynamic characterization (modal analysis) of macro/micro-structures including electromechanical testing of MEMS components under controlled vacuum and temperature conditions. The institute is equipped with an extensive set of instruments for biomechanical analysis including systems for 3D motion analysis, 3D body part scanning, musculoskeletal ultrasonic diagnostics, EMG/EEG acquisition as well as a range of training equipment, anthropometric devices and sensors. The infrastructure also includes several 3D printers for additive manufacturing of polymeric parts using SLS, FDM and Polyjet technologies. The institute specializes in various applications of smart materials and provides access to test equipment for static, dynamic, indentation- and scratch-based characterization of mechanical properties as well as instruments for electrical and rheological measurements

  • SLS-type 3D printer EOS Formiga P110 (material – Polyamide 12 powder).
  • SLA-type 3D printer Stratasys Objet30 (material – photopolymer).
  • FDM-type 3D printer Stratasys Dimension BST 768 (material – ABS filament).
  • FDM-type 3D printers: Ultimaker 2, Ultimaker S5, Prusa, etc..
  • High-speed multi-camera 3D motion capture and analysis system by Qualisys AB based on 300 fps cameras Oqus 7+ including analysis software Visual3D.
  • High-accuracy force measuring platforms AMTI Optima 400600 for full gait cycle analysis (synchronized with Qualisys 3D motion analysis system).
  • On-body wireless 3D kinematics measurement system for real-time human motion tracking based on inertial sensors (with 60 Hz update rate): MVN BIOMECH Awinda + software MVN Studio BIOMECH (Xsens Technologies B.V.).
  • Pressure mapping in-shoe sensing system for foot function & gait analysis F-Scan (Tekscan Inc.) and OpenGo Science (Moticon GmbH) for analysis of contact forces of the human foot.
  • Balance analysis system Balance SD (Biodex Medical Systems Inc.).
  • A set of training equipment: i) specialized treadmill with integrated force plate FDM-THM-S (HP, Zebris Medical GmbH); ii) stationary bicycle; iii) rowing machine; iv) small devices for different training (balance platforms and etc.)
  • Digital ultrasound diagnostics system (2D and M mode) LogicScan 128 CEXT-1Z with Echo Wave II (Telemed Ltd).
  • Wireless telemetric EMG system TeleMyo DTS 2400R G2 (Noraxon Inc.) with a set of various sensors: force transducers, goniometers, inclinometers, accelerometers, hand dynamometers and foot switches.
  • Portable wireless EEG recorder BE Micro (EB Neuro S.p.A.).
  • EEG-based neuroheadset Emotiv EPOC.
  • Wearable telemetric metabolic measurement system Cosmed K5 based on exhaled gas sensing.
  • Anthropometric kit: BSL MP36 (Biopac Inc.), “Harpenden” anthropometer (Holtain Ltd.), segmental body composition analyzer Tanita BC-418.
  • Digital acoustic noise measurement and creation instruments: K-Array KR202, Yamaha MGP12X, Sony DWZ M50, NTI AL1 + NTI mini SPL.
  • Virtual reality simulation system Cyber-I, head-mounted display Visette 45 SXGA.
  • Isokinetic dynamometer HUMAC NORM 770 (CSMi Solutions) with a set of various adaptors for hands, legs and back analysis and training.
  • A set of Polytec laser Doppler vibrometers (LDV) for in-depth dynamic characterization of both macro- and micro-scale structures:
    • Full-field 3D scanning LDV system Polytec PSV-500-3D-HV for full modal analysis of mini & macro structures (up to 25 MHz).
    • Microscope-based optical testing system Polytec MSA-500-TPM for out-of-plane/in-plane vibration and topography measurements of MEMS components. The system may be mounted onto manual or vacuum probe station (Cascade Microtech PMS150 or PLV50) for measurements both in ambient conditions or in high vacuum at elevated temperatures (up to 10-5 mbar & +200°C).
    • Single-point high-sensitivity autofocusing LDV system Polytec OFV-505 + OFV-5000.
    • Single-point fiber-optic differential LDV system Polytec OFV-512 + OFV-5000.
    • Rotational laser vibrometer Polytec RLV-5500.
  • Digital holographic interferometry system HYTEC PRISM for full-field real-time measurements of displacement and deformation fields.
  • CCD laser displacement sensor Keyence LK-G82 + LK-G3001PV for vibration measurements (1 Hz – 20 kHz).
  • Electrodynamic shaker with closed-loop vibration control B&K LDS V555 + PA1000L + Type 7542 for dynamic testing of various structures up to 25 kg (harmonic, random, shock excitation in a 20 Hz – 6.3 kHz range with acceleration up to 100g).
  • Compact electromagnetic shaker Wilcoxon F4 (with impedance head Z7 for acceleration & force measurements) and piezoelectric shaker Wilcoxon F7-1.
  • Vibration signal analyzer B&K PULSE Type 3560C.
  • Accelerometers:
    • B&K. Charge-type models: 4371 (general-purpose), 4374-S (subminiature), 8309 (high-g & wideband: for shocks), charge-to-Deltatron converter Model 2647. IEPE models: 4513-B-002 (high-sensitivity, TEDS) & 4519-003 (miniature).
    • MEGGITT Endevco. High-temperature charge-type Models 2276 & 2248 (miniature), triaxial IEPE Models 66A50-X & 66A11.
    • MMF Metra. Charge-type KS93 (miniature), KD91.
  • B&K microphones Models 4191-B-001 & 4939-B-002. B&K force transducer Model 8230-003.
  • A set of vibration-isolation tables (Standa Ltd).
  • Multi-module indentation (MHT) & scratch (MST) measurement system OPX-MCT by CSM Instruments (Anton Paar).
  • Rheometer Anton Paar MCR302 (with PS-MRD, PP20/MRD and TG/MRD) for characterization of MR fluids.
  • High-speed impact tester: a customized version of FW Magnus 1000 50m/s (Coesfeld GmbH & Co. KG).
  • Linear-torsional cyclic testing machine Instron E10000 (10 kN, dynamic testing up to 100 Hz, stroke: up to 60 mm, ambient temperature range: -70…+350°C).
  • Dual-column static tensile testing machine Tinius Olsen H25KT (25 kN) including a set of grips for hard and soft materials.
  • Coordinate measuring machine DEA GLOBAL Silver Performance.
  • 2-components dynamometer with signal conditioner Kistler 9345B + 5018A1003 for measurements of axial force (up to 10 kN) and torque (up to 25 Nm).
  • Portable roughness meter Mitutoyo SJ-210.
  • Digital force/torque gauge Mark-10 Series BGI (with force sensor SS-50 (up to 250 N) and torque sensor STJ-100 (up to 10 Nm).
  • ABB industrial robots: IRB 1200, IRB 120, 2xIRB 360.
  • Collaborative humanoid robot for assembly automation ABB YuMi IRB 14000.
  • 5-fingered robot hand HIRO.
  • Humaniform robot hand Shadow Dexterous Hand.
  • Personalizable and interactive humanoid robot NAO V5 (Aldebaran Robotics).
  • Mobile robotics device Festo Robotino and a set of robotics-related devices and accessories.
  • A set of various laboratory-grade analysis and demonstration tools for mechatronics/robotics investigations (ITT Group HL01 Robotic HomeLab Basic kit, ITT Group HL02 Robotic HomeLab Add-On kit).
  • Small-scale automated assembly line by FESTO for training purposes.
  • Digital high-speed cameras:
    • Phantom v711 (7.5K fps @ 1280´800, max: 1.4M fps @ 128´8).
    • MOTION PRO 10000.
  • Infrared cameras:
    • High-speed & high-sensitivity IR camera FLIR SC7500 (380 Hz @ 320´256, max: +3000°C, 8 kHz @ 64´4, 12 mm and 50 mm lenses).
    • Portable IR camera with LCD display FLIR T450sc (60 Hz @ 320´240, max +1500°C).
    • Compact IR camera ThermoVision A-20M (60 Hz @ 160´120).
  • Portable 3D laser scanner FARO Focus3D X 130 for accurate (±2 mm) and mid-range (0.6 – 130 m) measurements of various complex structures, large-volume components, building facades, etc.
  • Portable 7-axis measuring arm with integrated high-performance 3D laser scanner FARO Edge ScanArm for ultrahigh-resolution (±034 mm) and short-range (up to 1.8 m) measurements.
  • Handheld self-positioning 3D laser scanner Creaform Go!Scan 50 for high-resolution (±5 mm) and high-speed measurements in full color (component size range: 0.3 – 3 m).
  • Handheld self-positioning 3D laser scanner Creaform HandySCAN 700 for very high-resolution (±05 mm) and high-speed measurements in full color (component size range: 0.1 – 4 m).
  • Motorized (z axis) microscope Nikon Eclipse LV100ND (objectives: ´5…´100): episcopic/diascopic illumination, 16 MPx FX-format CMOS digital camera DS-Ri2 (capture of low-noise color images: up to 6 fps @ 4908´3264, 45 fps @ 1636´1088), imaging software NIS-Elements (EDF, stereovision, 3D surface, TimeLapse, Macro, etc.).
  • Manual microscope Nikon Eclipse LV150 with monochrome digital camera Infinity 1-1.
  • Probe stations for MEMS electrical testing: Cascade Microtech PMS150 (manual) and PLV50 (vacuum, +200°C).
  • 2-channel wide-range high-resolution SMU Keithley SourceMeter 2614B (±200 V, ±5 A DC).
  • Precision impedance analyzer Wayne Kerr Electronics 6510B (20 Hz – 10 MHz).
  • Spectrum analyzer GW INSTEK GSP-930 (9 kHz – 3 GHz).
  • Oscilloscopes:
    • 4-channel mixed signal oscilloscope Yokogawa DLM2034 (350 MHz).
    • 4/8-channel USB oscilloscopes: PICO 3424, 4424, 6403, 4824.
  • Generators:
    • Function generator Escort EGC-3235A.
    • Function/arbitrary waveform generator Agilent 33220A.
    • 2-channel function/arbitrary waveform generator Rigol DG1032Z.
    • 4-channel function generator Tabor WW5064.
  • Amplifiers:
    • Piezo amplifier Piezo Systems EPA-104 (DC – 0.3 MHz, 40 W).
    • High-power piezo amplifier Lab Systems A-310 (DC – 0.3 MHz, 250 W).
    • 3-channel piezo amplifier Piezomechanik SVR-150-3 (-30 – 150 V, 60 mA, 10 kHz).
    • Wideband power amplifier Krohn-Hite 7500 with impedance matching transformer MT56R (DC – 1 MHz, 75 W).
    • High-frequency high-current amplifier Newtons4th LPA05 (DC – 1 MHz, 90 VA).
    • Wideband amplifier Newtons4th LPA01 (DC – 1 MHz).
    • Power amplifier FLC Electronics P200 (input: 10 V, output: 100 V, 1 A, 80 kHz).
    • 4-channel signal conditioner Measurement Specialties 161A (for piezoelectric transducers).
  • Power supplies:
    • 3-channel Rigol DP831A (160 W).
    • 3-channel Keithley 2230-30-1 (120 W).
  • Programmable amplifier AIM TTI EX355P
  • Data acquisition:
    • High-performance reconfigurable NI system 781787-02 for embedded monitoring and control of analog signals (CRIO-9082, 8-Slot, LX150, RT).
    • Data acquisition system ALMEMO 5690-2M09BT8.
  • Electric and magnetic field analyzer EHP-50D by Narda Safety Test Solutions.
  • 3-axis magnetometer Lake Shore 460 with sensor probe MMZ-2508-UH.
  • Single-axis magnetometer Magnet-Physik FH-54.
  • Portable multifunctional environment meter Velleman DVM401 (noise, temperature, humidity, illuminance measurements).
  • Acoustic noise measurement instrument VT-400.
  • Portable 2-channel acoustic emission measurement unit MISTRAS Pocket AE-2.
  • Portable digital tachometer/stroboscope tester Lutron DT-2259 (tachometer: 5 – 100 000 RPM, stroboscope: 100 – 100 000 FPM/RPM).
  • 1000 ltr. environmental chamber JTH-1000Z with humidity & temperature control (-5…+150°C).
  • General-purpose vacuum chamber.
  • Solder fume extraction cabinet with filtering BOFA V250 with FumeCAB.
  • A setup for research/demonstration of lumped-parameter dynamical systems DSS-01.
  • PCB etching tank (transparent plastic) Gie-Tec EA141032K (1.25 ltr., 100 W).

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Significant publications

Ostasevicius, Vytautas; Jurenas, Vytautas; Balevicius, Gytautas; Cesnavicius, Ramunas. Development of actuators for ultrasonically assisted grinding of hard brittle materials // International journal of advanced manufacturing technology. London : Springer. ISSN 0268-3768. eISSN 1433-3015. 2020, vol. 106, p. 289-301. DOI: 10.1007/s00170-019-04484-6. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus] [IF: 2,496; AIF: 3,472; IF/AIF: 0,718; Q2 (2018, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 009] [Indėlis: 0,250]

Jūrėnas, Vytautas; Kazokaitis, Gražvydas; Mažeika, Dalius. 3DOF ultrasonic motor with two piezoelectric rings // Sensors: Special issue: Development of piezoelectric sensors and actuators. Basel : MDPI AG. ISSN 1424-8220. eISSN 1424-8220. 2020, vol. 20, iss. 3, art. no. 834, p. 1-14. DOI: 10.3390/s20030834. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus; EI Compendex Plus] [IF: 3,031; AIF: 3,797; IF/AIF: 0,798; Q1 (2018, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 007, T 009] [Indėlis: 0,334]

Bansevičius, R.; Mazeika, Dalius; Kulvietis, Genadijus; Tumasoniene, Inga; Drukteinienė, A.; Jurenas, V.; Bakanauskas, V. Investigation of sphere trajectories of a rotational type piezoelectric deflector // Mechanical systems and signal processing. London : Elsevier. ISSN 0888-3270. eISSN 1096-1216. 2020, vol. 136, art. no. 104907, p. 1-8. DOI: 10.1016/j.ymssp.2017.05.038. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus] [IF: 5,005; AIF: 2,744; IF/AIF: 1,823; Q1 (2018, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 009] [Indėlis: 0,142]

Rimašauskienė, R.; Jūrėnas, V.; Radzienski, M.; Rimašauskas, M.; Ostachowicz, W. Experimental analysis of active–passive vibration control on thin-walled composite beam // Composite structures. Oxford : Elsevier. ISSN 0263-8223. eISSN 1879-1085. 2019, vol. 223, art. no. UNSP 110975, p. 76-91. DOI: 10.1016/j.compstruct.2019.110975. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus] [IF: 4,829; AIF: 4,120; IF/AIF: 1,172; Q1 (2018, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 009] [Indėlis: 0,200]

Dauksevicius, Rolanas; Gaidys, Rimvydas; Ostasevicius, Vytautas; Lockhart, Robert; Vásquez Quintero, Andres; Rooij, Nico de; Briand, Danick. Nonlinear piezoelectric vibration energy harvester with frequency-tuned impacting resonators for improving broadband performance at low frequencies // Smart materials and structures. Bristol : IOP Publishing. ISSN 0964-1726. eISSN 1361-665X. 2019, vol. 28, iss. 2, art. no. 025025, p. 1-21. DOI: 10.1088/1361-665X/aaf358. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus] [IF: 3,543; AIF: 3,971; IF/AIF: 0,892; Q1 (2018, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 009] [Indėlis: 0,142]

Grybas, I.; Bubulis, A.; Jūrėnas, V.; Ragulskis, K.; Eidukynas, V.; Kandrotaite Janutiene, R.; Ragulskis, L. Investigation of a 1-DOF piezoelectric micro-positioning rotary stage // Precision engineering. New York, NY : Elsevier. ISSN 0141-6359. 2019, vol. 55, p. 361-375. DOI: 10.1016/j.precisioneng.2018.10.004. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus; Academic Search Complete] [IF: 2,685; AIF: 3,872; IF/AIF: 0,693; Q2 (2018, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 008] [Indėlis: 0,142]

Bansevičius, Ramutis Petras; Janutėnaitė-Bogdanienė, Jūratė; Jūrėnas, Vytautas; Kulvietis, Genadijus; Mažeika, Dalius; Drukteinienė, Asta. Single cylinder-type piezoelectric actuator with two active kinematic pairs // Micromachines. Basel : MDPI AG. ISSN 2072-666X. eISSN 2072-666X. 2018, vol. 9, iss. 11, art. no. 597, p. 1-13. DOI: 10.3390/mi9110597. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus; DOAJ] [IF: 2,426; AIF: 4,893; IF/AIF: 0,495; Q2 (2018, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 009] [Indėlis: 0,166]

Migliniene, Ieva; Ostasevicius, Vytautas; Gaidys, Rimvydas; Dauksevicius, Rolanas; Janusas, Giedrius; Jurenas, Vytautas; Krasauskas, Povilas. Rational design approach for enhancing higher-mode response of a microcantilever in vibro-impacting mode // Sensors. Basel : MDPI AG. ISSN 1424-8220. eISSN 1424-8220. 2017, vol. 17, iss. 12, art. no. 2884, p. 1-15. DOI: 10.3390/s17122884. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus; DOAJ] [IF: 2,475; AIF: 3,434; IF/AIF: 0,720; Q2 (2017, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 009] [Indėlis: 0,142]

Gaidys, Rimvydas; Dambon, Olaf; Ostaševičius, Vytautas; Dicke, Clemens; Narijauskaitė, Birutė. Ultrasonic tooling system design and development for single point diamond turning (SPDT) of ferrous metals // International journal of advanced manufacturing technology. London : Springer. ISSN 0268-3768. eISSN 1433-3015. 2017, Vol. 93, iss. 5-8, p. 2841-2854. DOI: 10.1007/s00170-017-0657-7. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus; SpringerLink] [IF: 2,601; AIF: 3,026; IF/AIF: 0,859; Q2 (2017, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 009] [Indėlis: 0,200]

Trakinienė, Giedrė; Daukontienė, Simona; Jūrėnas, Vytautas; Švalkauskienė, Vilma; Smailienė, Dalia; Lopatienė, Kristina; Trakinis, Tomas. The effect of the teeth bleaching with 35% hydrogen peroxide on the tensile bond strength of metal brackets // Scientific reports. London : Nature Publishing Group. eISSN 2045-2322. 2017, vol. 7, iss. 1, art. no. 798, p. 1-6. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-00843-z. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus; DOAJ] [IF: 4,122; AIF: 5,110; IF/AIF: 0,806; Q1 (2017, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 009, M 002] [Indėlis: 0,142]

Bubulis, Algimantas; Garalienė, Vida; Jūrėnas, Vytautas; Navickas, Jonas; Giedraitis, Saulius. Effect of low-intensity cavitation on the isolated human thoracic artery in vitro // Ultrasound in medicine and biology. New York, NY : Elsevier. ISSN 0301-5629. eISSN 1879-291X. 2017, vol. 43, iss. 5, p. 1040-1047. DOI: 10.1016/j.ultrasmedbio.2016.12.007. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus; MEDLINE] [IF: 2,645; AIF: 2,660; IF/AIF: 0,994; Q1 (2017, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 009, M 001] [Indėlis: 0,200]

Bansevičius, Ramutis Petras; Jūrėnas, Vytautas; Kulvietis, Genadijus; Drukteinienė, Asta. Robots with increased number of degree-of-freedom with single exciting force // Precision Engineering : journal of the international societies for precision engineering and nanotechnology. New York : Elsevier. ISSN 0141-6359. eISSN 1873-2372. 2017, Vol. 48, p. 315-322. DOI: 10.1016/j.precisioneng.2017.01.001. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus] [IF: 2,582; AIF: 3,382; IF/AIF: 0,763; Q1 (2017, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 009, N 009, T 007] [Indėlis: 0,250]

Ostaševičius, Vytautas; Jūrėnas, Vytautas; Augutis, Stasys Vygantas; Gaidys, Rimvydas; Česnavičius, Ramūnas; Kižauskienė, Laura; Dundulis, Romualdas. Monitoring the condition of the cutting tool using self-powering wireless sensor technologies // International journal of advanced manufacturing technology. London : Springer. ISSN 0268-3768. eISSN 1433-3015. 2017, Vol. 88, iss. 9-12, p. 2803-2817. DOI: 10.1007/s00170-016-8939-z. [Science Citation Index Expanded (Web of Science); Scopus; SpringerLink] [IF: 2,601; AIF: 3,026; IF/AIF: 0,859; Q2 (2017, InCites JCR SCIE)] [M.kr.: T 001, T 009] [Indėlis: 0,142]

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