Development of industrial accelerometer for vibration diagnostics of NPP equipment.
Development of acoustic sensor equipment for tightness checks at NPP.
Development of the Injection Molding Technique for Scintillation Tiles Production.
The Creation of Diagnostic Systems for Pulsed Neutron Sources
A concluding Stage of Scientific and Technical Studies and Development of Industrial piezoelectric Transducers for Diagnosing NPP Equipment (Continuation projects # 049; 075)
Nondestructive Control of a Burnup Depth of Spent Fuel for RBMK-1000 Reactors in Storage Pond of Nuclear Power Plants
Research and Development of Radiation-Hardened Optical Fibers Intended for Use in the Civil Nuclear Industry
Preparation of the Monograph "Aperiodic Pulse Reactors" for Publication in English
Research and Development of High-Sensitive Semiconductor Gas Sensors and Ionizing-Radiation Detectors for Environment Monitoring
Development and Testing of the Reactivity Evaluation System to Provide Nuclear Safety of Subcritical Systems and Non-destructive Control of Nuclear Materials Inside Technological Equipment and Containers at Nuclear Industry Enterprises
Development of the Method for Characterization of the Samples, Containing Spontaneously Fissioning Radionuclides, by Measuring Fission Products Gamma-Radiation (for the System of NM Control and Accountability of the Federal State Unitarian Enterprise "PA"
Development of experimental Prototype of Equipment and Measuring Technique for Control of Subcriticality of Neutron Multiplying Systems
Creation of a Device for Detection of Explosives, Nuclear and other Hazardous Materials in Cargo Containers and Luggage
Low-background Spectroscopic Position-Sensitive Neutron Detector for Detection of Nuclear Materials in Cargo Containers
Development of a RF Picosecond Timing Technique Based on Secondary Electron Emission
Development of the Universal Method for Controlling the Heat - Carrier Leakage from Liquid - Metallic Contours.
Investigation of Thermo-Stimulated Fluorescence and Spectrums of Optical and Para-Magnetic Absorption of MgO Crystalls as Perspective Materials for Selective Detectors of Nucleus Irradiation
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