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The research team at the Laboratory of Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Experiment led by Prof. Sergey N. Chuvashev has solid experience in R&D activities (hypersonic aerial vehicles, space power plants, amphibious hovercraft ships, and others).
For the client, we are ready to work on integrated modeling of technically complex devices, solve interdisciplinary problems affecting gas dynamics, chemical reactions, plasma physics and gas discharges, nonlinear optics, radio physics, magnetic phenomena, artificial intelligence, and more.

    

      The laboratory’s main activity consists of studying the possibilities of building a new type of adaptive control systems that have properties inherent in biological nervous systems –adaptability, that is, the ability to learn directly in a control process, multicriteriality, and multidimensionality. The author called this approach an autonomous adaptive control (AAC) method.
      Autonomous adaptive control methodology can easily be integrated with other control system construction technologies such as artificial neural networks, fuzzy logic-based systems, genetic algorithms, deterministic chaotic processes, and some others. Adaptive control systems for engineering facilities and complex systems (including information systems) are developed using the AAC method. 

     Low-temperature plasma is now widely used to solve not only a variety of scientific problems, but also to solve specific production problems. The most attractive aspects of its application are connected with the fact that, when compared with conventional chemical technological processes, plasma processes are potentially eco-friendly, and significantly less power-intensive. Our laboratory is developing the use of non-equilibrium cold plasma for process water treatment, conversion (cracking) of coal and oil to light hydrocarbons and gas synthesis.
     The physicochemical and technical principles of the new treatment technology consist of the use of the properties of low-temperature plasma at atmospheric pressure produced in large volumes. Low-temperature plasma generated by corona or streamer discharge has substantial density and electron energy capable of creating in the discharge gap high concentrations of active intermediate particles of atomic oxygen, ions and radicals entering into plasma chemical reactions with pollutant molecules. The reactions lead to the conversion of gaseous impurities into eco-friendly gases and aerosols.







Currently, our laboratory is implementing the following projects:
  • Development of low-speed direct-drive electric generator for small eco-friendly wind and hydro stations with effective power equalizer.
  • Development of rectennaterahertz range for direct conversion of dissipated heat (from -20 to +400 C) from the environment (air, water, land) into direct current.
  • Development of low-cost single-wire lines for low-power energy sources 1 to 10 kW and tethered balloons.