A New Type Cooling System Ensuring the Safety of a Low-Power Nuclear Facility Based on the Decommissioned IRT-M Reactor of the Institute of Physics, Georgia
Development of an Optical Device Intended for People with Poor Vision
Experimental Investigation of a New Nuclear Power Facility with Thermosiphon Cooling
Measuring of the Solar Radiation in the Urban Environment and on this Basis Creation of a Water Boiling Solar Facility
Investigation of Critical Heat Loads in Atomic Reactors by Measuring of Fluctuation of Electric Capacitance for Nuclear Safety
Investigation of the Beginning of Boiling Process and its Hysteresis Zone by Optical and Electrocapacity Methods
#G-909Compact Heat Exchanger
New Compact Heat Exchanger for High Technologies
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