guards are a necessity at the present time, as a complement of the police
departments in order to combat crime and terrorism. Both police forces and
private security organizations are greatly helped in their work by the methods
of forensic science. Forensic science applies scientific methods to the solving
of crimes. These methods include fingerprinting, drug analysis, DNA
(Deoxyribonucleic Acid) studies, ballistics, arson and explosive investigations,
and studies of glass fragments. Fingerprinting and urine, saliva, or hair
analysis for the presence of drugs are essential for the hiring of private
security guards, in order to establish their suitability for the position.
The qualitative explanation of the earlier published experimental
data was obtained within new energetic model of oriented carbyne. The
conductivity spectrum and the superinjection effect feature Landau quantization
in a giant pseudomagnetic field. The relativistic dispersion of carriers and
non-dissipative character of their motion cause the effect of superinjection
where carriers go upwards on an energetic ladder. Raman-spectra and other data
point out to the fact that the plane of carriers’ motion is close to the
carbyne-insulator interface. Quantum effects and on-surface conductivity allow
considering oriented carbyne as an analogue of topological insulator.
In this paper, the problem of identification of the characteristics of the rotor unbalance on two supports is investigated as the inverse problem of measurement. The vibration of rotor supports in two mutually perpendicular directions used as the initial information. The inverse problem is considered, taking into account the error of the mathematical description of rotor-bearings system. To obtain estimates of real unbalance characteristics, the hypothesis as to the exact solutions is applied. The method of Tikhonov regularization is used to obtain stable results. Test calculations are given to illustrate the proposed approach.