Experimental Investigation of Deflagration to Detonation Transition in Hydrogen Mixtures in Closed Volume
Design of a Catcher for the Molten Reactor Core at an NPP on the Basis of Zirconia Concrete
A Device for Deactivation of NPP Constructional Elements' Surfaces Using Gas-Abrasive Method
Investigation of Nonstationary Combustion of Hydrogen-Steam-Air Mixtures and Decrease of NPP Containment Loads under Severe Accident
Development of Plasma Technologies for Gas Cleaning Utilising Nanosecond Discharges
Interaction Study of Laser Radiation with a Rough Metal and Dielectric Surfaces to Design a High Accurate Remote Optical Principle for Material Surface Inspection
Induced Seismicity Due to Electromagnetic Impact Caused by MHD Generator
#0575-2X-Ray Laser and Microscope
X-ray Laser on the Base of Optic Breakdown by Bessel Beam and X-ray Microscope
Optical and Microwave Properties of Materials with the Colossal Magnetoresistance and of Related Composites
Perspective Materials for Brickwork Elements of External Catchers of Operating and Design NPP. Methods of Severe Accidents Consequences Mitigation
The Mechanism of Initial Conditions in Formation of Coherent Hydrodynamical Structures and the Incipient Stage of Whirlwind Fluid Formation
#KR-1098Earth Crust Deformations
Strain Accumulation and Triggering of Strain Release in the Earth’s Crust by Weak Disturbances
Writing of Monograph "Nonproliferation Problem and Mathematical Prediction of Radiation Release Parameters"
Surface Modification of Materials by Concentrated Flows of Thermal Heterogeneous Plasma
Shock-Crash-Fire Porous Refractories for Impact Limiters and Thermal Barriers
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