Development of Hydrogen Sulfide Corrosion Inhibitors for Oil and Gas Industry, Using Chloralkanes and Asymmetric Dimethylhydrazine (Rocket Fuel Propellant) Subject to Utilization.
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Investigation of Structure and Mechanical Properties of Perspective Structural Materials for the First Wall of the Thermonuclear Reactor after the exposure of Ion Beams, Plasma Radiation of Laser Range and Dynamic Loads Modeling the Plasma Attack...
Hydrogen in Structural Materials Conducting with High Temperature-High Pressure Steam
Corrosive Destruction and Migration of Plutonium from Drowned Radiation-Hazard Objects and its Accumulation in the Marine Environment Components
Development of New Cracking Criteria for Structural Steels of Power Industry in Aquatic Media
Development of the Technology for Partitioning of Radioactive Waste Arising in Spent Nuclear Fuel Reprocessing
Development of the Engineered Barriers to Assure the Improvement of Environmental Safety for Objects in the Nuclear Power Industry
Electron-Beam Removal of Organic Admixtures from Industrial Wastewaters Including Liquid Radioactive Wastes
Impedance Spectrometer for Corrosion Monitoring and Diagnostics of Underground Pipelines
The Exploration of the Immobilization Method of Alpha-Active Wastes in Chemically Stable Porous Composites
Development of Ti-Based Alloys with Intermetallic Coatings for SOFC Interconnect
Development of Combined Physical-Chemical Method of Purification of Drinking Water of High Toxic Compounds and Pathogenic Microflora, Contaminated in Terrorist Acts or Man-Caused Accidents
Hard Nano-Strutural Coatings Resistant to the Extreme Conditions of Chemical, Abrasive and High Energy Media for Thermonuclear Power, Oil and Gas and Chemical Industries
The Development of High Quality Nano-Sized Cathode Material Based on Lithium Iron-Phosphate Technology and Its Application for High Power Lithium-Ion Batteries (LIBs) Assembling
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