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Laboratory of Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Experiment

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 of Mathematical Modeling and Numerical Experiment conducts work on the following areas:
  • ·                Development of a mathematical model of cavitation phenomena in plasmochemical installations used for hydrocarbon fuel modification.
  • ·                Detailed mathematical modeling of eddy currents for the study of processes in a tornado and development of the conceptual shape of a vortex energy generator from water and atmospheric air
  • ·                Exploratory studies aimed at determining the regularities and possibilities of applying cold nuclear fusion phenomena as exemplified in processes in an electrode after a repetitively pulsed discharge in a water stream in air
  • ·                Development of a conceptual shape and estimated mathematical model for the generation of strong shock waves and dense plasma using plasma-dynamic discharge in aqueous micropowder suspension and under micro-bubble cavitation
  • ·                Assessment of obtaining the necessary reactions using an experimental setup for generation of strong shock waves and dense plasma in water in a near-critical state; development of a conceptual shape and estimated mathematical model
  • ·                Research on burner devices for little-emission combustion of combustible gases of different compositions in three-dimensional permeable matrices for use in the combustion chambers of future gas turbine plants