Baramidze, Konstantin Moiseevich

BARAMIDZE, Konstantin Moiseevich

BARAMIDZE, Konstantin Moiseevich (RU: Барамидзе, Константин Моисеевич) is the Soviet scientist in the field of the mining science, the corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences of the Georgian SSR (1974). He is the member of the CPSU since the 1942. He has graduated during the 1938 from the Georgian industrial institute (now the Georgian polytechnic institute named after V.I.Lenin). Since the 1944, he worked within the same place (during the 1953-58, the deputy director for science; during the 1973-76, the vice-rector for education). Baramidze has performed the first theoretical developments in the field of the suspended ropeways, and has created the schemes for their automation, has invented the centrifugal brake for the lifting installations and for the suspended ways. He is the initiator for the usage of the suspended ropeways within the various branches of the national economy of the USSR.