Shock Waves and Extreme States of Matter
Study of the Shock Compressibility Character of Matter from the Standpoint of Crystal Lattice and of Phase Transitions by Means of Flash X-Ray Analyses.
Development of a Magnetocumulative Generator of 20 MG Pulsed Reproducible Magnetic Fields.
Collection of Shock-Wave Data
Atom Probe Field Ion and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Defects and Structure Phase Transformations in Metals and Alloys while Impulse and Stationary Irradiation by High Energy Particles.
Work on Monograph "Peculiarities of Deformations and Destruction of the Simplest Objects Under Pulse (Explosive) Loading
Development of the Model of Substance for Description of Processes with Motion of Brittle Low-Strength Media
Monograph "Methods for Studying Material Behavior under Intensive Dynamic Loads"
Experimental and Theoretical Study of Strengths of Structural Materials as Applied to Accidental Situations at Nuclear Facilities
Monograph «Numerical Simulation of Pipeline Systems for Enhancing Their Safety and Efficiency»
Development and Application of Laser Photonics and Computer Simulation Methods in Prosthetic Dentistry for Denture Design Optimization
Scale Experimental Investigation of the Thermal and Structural Integrity of the VVER Pressure Vessel Lower Head in Severe Accident
Computer Program for Strength Analysis of Alkali-Aggregate Reaction-Affected Concrete Dams
Computer Code for Dynamic Analyses of Old Concrete Dams for Evaluating Their Safety During and after Possible Earthquakes
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