Research of hydrodynamic instabilities and turbulent mixing for optimization of laser target compression.
Simulation of complex dynamic processes in nuclear power plants. Development of basic program codes. Adaptation of the codes to multi-processor computers.
Partnership for basic research and education in nuclear reactor safety and novel application of transport theory.
Investigation of the Radioactive Opacity of Compound Chemical Compositions
Neuro-Network Forecasting of Turbulent Mixing Development Based on Wavelet-Analysis
Development of the Economical Adaptive Simulation Methods of 3D Vortex Flows for Multicomponent Media
Developing of Three-Dimensional Code for Flows with Large Deformations Modeling Using Irregular Grids
Development of Mathematical Models and Codes for Numerical Simulation of Emergency Situations Evolution and Consequences of Industrial Accidents and Terrorist Attacks on Industrial Sites with Liquefied Explosive and Toxic Gases
Grid Usage Technology Development for Safety Analysis of Power Reactors
Mathematical Modeling of Radionuclide Carrying Disperse Particle Cloud Formation and Local Propagation in Urban Areas Radiation Safety Problems
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