Head of the Laboratory


Krivosheev Pavel
PhD

Phone:  +375 17 2842203
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MAIN RESEARCH LINES

Development and introduction of modern methods of optical diagnostics in fluid mechanics; 
Solid-state physics, biophysics and biomedicine, digital dynamic speckle photography and speckle interferometry; 
Shadow methods; 
Methods of statistical imaging; 
Investigation of heat and mass transfer processes in biotissues
Low-frequency ferromagnetic local hyperthermia; 
Magnetophoretic cell sorting; 
Viscosimetry of fluid microvolumes; 
Dissipative self-organization processes

Thermal-physical and elementary processes in homogeneous media, including chemically reacting media:
Kinetics, energy transfer, and combustion regimes in gaseous, liquid fuel and heterogeneous systems at high temperatures and pressures; 
Kinetics of nucleation and particle growth at high-temperature pyrolysis and oxidation of hydrocarbons; 
Vibrational and relaxation rotation processes;

Thermal-physical and elementary processes in inhomogeneous chemically reacting media:
Initiation, combustion limits and regimes in non-one-dimensional boundary conditions; 
Initiation, limits, structure and mechanisms of detonation and deflagration in gases and heterogeneous systems; 
Pulsating and high-frequency detonation and supersonic combustion chambers

Elementary and collisional processes in gases and plasma:
Thermal and non-equilibrium ionization in supersonic flows; 
Development of methods of forming and modeling wall plasma layers for flow control and surface modification; 
Energy exchange at thermolization of plasma counter flows and development of quasi-stationary plasma formations

Hydrodynamics:
Physics of shock waves; 
Jet flows; 
Cavitation phenomena

Optical and contact diagnostics of liquid, gas and plasma flows:
Interferometry and speckle interferometry of gas flows and plasma; 
Talbot interferometry; 
Shadow, track and PIV visualization of flows; 
Photoemission spectroscopy; 
Spectroscopy of fast processes; 
LIF, PLIF   
Laser diagnostics 
High-speed photography methods

MAIN RESEARCH DIRECTIONS

  • fire-proof coatings for cables and metal constructions (identification, study of characteristics, execution of fire-proof works); 
  • friction spark formation (development of methods and procedures of estimating fire-explosion hazard of different materials and ignition thresholds of gas mixtures and aerosol media); 
  • fires in the Metro (modeling of processes of heat and mass transfer in underground tunnel ventilation systems in fire conditions; development of optimal emergency regimes of underground tunnel ventilation systems); 
  • fire-technical examination (program complex for calculation of thermophyiscal characteristics in the fire-technical examination problems); 
  • energy safety of Heat and Power Engineering Complex (HPEC) (development of new effective methods and means of increasing the safety of HPEC objects using modern sealing and fire-proof materials and technologies; 
  • liquiefied hydrocarbon gas (LHG), natural gas (NG) (accounting rules; use of NG energy for executing technological operations to move LHG; development of rates of loss; methods for re-calculation of gas amount to be taken into account by household gas meters; corrosion prevention of underground gas pipelines and LHG storage reservoirs); 
  • laser crystals (control technology of the process of growing crystals by modeling heat and mass transfer in the melt and furnace-crystallizer).

Our achievements


During the period 2011-2016 years our team successfully finished three projects in fields of plasma generation, plasma diagnostics and ballistic.
We designed and created experimental facilities for this projects and performed research work. 
The main results of our activities are described in this presentation.

COLLIDING COUNTER-FLOWS OF COMPRESSED EROSION PLASMA




Experimental setup for colliding erosion plasma counter-flows investigation

Power supply voltage: 3.5 kV 
Capacitor battery: 600 µF 
Residual air pressure: 3·10-3 Torr

The purpose of this work is property investigation of quasi-stationary plasma formations with high energy content for practical applications in high thermal physics and diagnostic of materials under extreme conditions.

Investigated plasma formations are the result of two plasma counter-flows interaction process which is based on high-current discharges of plasma accelerators of erosion type in vacuum.

Optical scheme of the experimental facility (for shadowgraph diagnostics)


IAB-451 shadow device: 
Focal length: 1917 mm 
Observed field: 20 cm 
Entrance slit width: 0.2 mm

PCO Dicam Pro camera 
Exposure time: 5 µs

Shadowgraphs of colliding plasma flows were made using knife and slit method. As a light source a specially made argon flash lamp was used.

Averaged electron concentration in the interaction area was calculated from intensity distribution of shadowgraphs. In order to perform a correct shadow display a light filter system with transmission peak at 547 nm was mounted in front of the CCD-camera. At this wavelength the relative intensity in plasma spectrum was low while in argon lamp spectrum it was near maximum.

Emission spectra of flash lamp(light source for shadowgraph) and investigated plasma


Transmission band of optical filters set

Power supply voltage: 20 kV 
Capacitor battery: 3 µF 
Argon pressure: 2 atm

Flash lamp:
Plasma (in collision region):

 


Results of digital proceeding of shadow pictures of two counter-directed compressed erosion plasma flows


The obtained data indicate that if a suitable choice of pulse light source is made, quantitative shadow method can be successfully used for the diagnostics of high-temperature compression plasma. The results of digital proceeding of shadow pictures of two counter-directed compressed erosion plasma flows collision area allowed to restore the field of free electrons concentration distribution with a relative error equals no more than 18%. In most cases, the distribution of the free electrons concentration has one distinct peak, located in the central region of the collision area. However, in some cases a double peak in the concentration distribution can be observed due to instability of plasma formation. These experimental results confirm the data previously obtained by spectral method.


MAGNETO-PLASMA COMPRESSOR (QAUSI-STATIONARY PLASMA ACCELERATOR)MPC




General view of MPC





Qausi-stationary plasma accelerator is a magneto-plasma compressor (MPC) working on the ion current transport base. The plasma acceleration in an axially symmetric system of two electrodes is accompanied by its compression due to the interaction of the longitudinal current component with its own azimuthal magnetic field. As a result, behind the inner electrode cut forms compression plasma flow with parameters significantly higher than in the electrode gap. MPC is a system of two coaxial copper electrodes separated by a caprolone insulator. Impulse gas feeding system supplies the accelerator with the plasma forming substance. An outer copper electrode (anode) is sectioned and is a set of cupper rods uniformly distributed circumferentially. The inner electrode (cathode) has a divertor.

Results of integral photography of plasma flow in two modes

Results of integral photography of plasma glow in two oppositely directly MPCs operating in the residual gas mode

Results of integral photography of plasma glow during the operation of two MPCs in the mode with gas bleeding

The plasma flow to be generated in this mode is characterized by the compression region developing behind the end face of the accelerator, followed by a further plasma jet expansion. The process of colliding compression plasma flows was studied in MPC operating in the residual gas and gas injection modes. The distance between the ends of the oppositely directed MPCs was 200 mm. In these experiments, the diameter of the confining cylindrical glass pipe was 143 mm. Two MPCs were placed on the opposite flanges of the 250 liter vacuum chamber equipped with special optical windows for visualization, high-speed photography, and spectral studies of plasma. Helium was used as a working gas in MPC. The amount of helium injected via the valve during one discharge was 16 mmol. In experiments on plasma generation due to the gas injection, the initial pressure in the vacuum chamber was 1.5 Torr. In MPC operating in the residual gas mode, the helium pressure in the vacuum chamber was 10 Torr.

Compression plasma flows generation and diagnostics

Qausi-stationary plasma accelerator is a magneto-plasma compressor (MPC) working on the ion current transport base. Vacuum chamber volume - 250 liters, capacitor bank capacity – up to 1000 µF, discharge is commutated by a thyratron, initial voltage of the capacitor bank up to 8 kV, charged from a high-voltage power supply. The electromagnetic quick acting valve supplies gas feeding. It starts to operate when the capacitor of 240 µF and 4 kV discharges through the coil and generates magnetic field. To prevent gas spreading in vacuum chamber we put limiting glass tube around electrodes and nuzzles.




The plasma forming substance was mixture of gases He + H2. The residual pressure was 2.1 Torr. The emission spectrum for the time period 20.7–20.9 μsec from MPC start. The emission intensity of the plasma jet was captured from area with diameter of 2 mm at a distance of 30 mm from the inner electrode. Electron temperature in the compression zone of the plasma flow was ~ 150 ± 50 kK. Electron concentration determined from the Stark broadening of the He1 line 501.6 nm. At the maximum value of the discharge current of 240 kA electron concentration was 2.5–4 1016cm−3.

Application
-Compression plasma flow treatment of composite ceramic coatings

The REM image of coating cross section after compression plasma flows treatment. Results showed the formation of the remelted layer with a thickness of about 6–7 μm, in which there are metal particles undissolved in the melt oxide


The elements surface image before the compression plasma flow treatment.

The elements surface after the compression plasma flow treatment.

TWO-STAGE LIGHT-GAS MAGNETOPLASMA LAUNCHER FOR MATERIAL BALLISTIC TESTS UNDER VACUUM CONDITION AND MODELLED PLANET ATMOSPHERES




Design and operational principle of the two-stage light-gas magnetoplasma launcher

A ballistic range consists of a two-stage light-gas gun, vacuum chamber with windows, vacuum pump, capacitor bank, high-voltage power supply, pulse generator, start unit, and optical velocimeter for the projectile speed measurements. The launcher (a two-stage construction consisting of a magneto plasma compressor and a high-pressure channel filled with light gas) is placed inside the vacuum chamber. In the path of the projectile flight, at a certain distance from the barrel tip, a target under study is installed The erosion magnetoplasma compressor (MPC) consists of two coaxial electrodes.
  

A plasma forming substance is placed between the electrodes. During the discharge of the capacitor bank, electrical breakdown in the interelectrode space turns into a plasma flow. Acceleration of the flow is accompanied with its axial compression due to the interaction of the current longitudinal component with intrinsic azimuthal magnetic field. The resulting compression flow downstream of the inner electrode tip, featuring the high density and temperature, ruptures the diaphragms and generates a shock wave in the high-pressure channel filled with light gas. Due to the energy of light gas heated and compressed by a shock wave, the projectile accelerates in the barrel.

Methods of projectile speed measurement

Optical detector setup for projectile velocity measurement


Typical oscillograms of photodetectors signals

The projectile trajectory was intersected at an angle of 90° by two laser beams propagating at a distance 30 mm from each other. The beams are reflected by a beam-splitter and 100% mirror, located in the path of a semiconductor laser radiation. On exit from the vacuum chamber, they were directed by optical fibers onto the photodetectors. When the projectile moves, it shades the laser beams and signals on optical sensors interrupting sequentially. The projectile speed can be calculated from the time interval between the interrupt signals and known distance between two laser beams. Projectile velocity measurements were made in range 0.8 - 4.25 km/s


The scheme of projectile speed measurement

Typical oscillograms of photodetectors signals

Parameters of experiment

# Parameters of experiment value
1 Capacitance of the bank 1200 mkF
2 Initial voltage 4 kV
3 The maximum value of the discharge current 280 kA
4 The volume of the working chamber of the erosion plasma accelerator 3,9 cm3
5 Typical rise time of the discharge current to a maximum value 24 mks
6 The length of the barrel 140 mm
8 The helium pressure in the high pressure channel 15 MPa
9 The residual pressure in vacuum chamber 10 Pa

Photos of the crater formed on the target surface of the duralumin plate 8 mm thick. 
Projectile of 4 mm in diameter made of roller-bearing stee l was accelerated to a  speed of 4.25 km/s.

All described methods and facilities are available for replication and conjugation with other equipment and facilities. Besides this, other diagnostics

methods and experimental set-ups, described in our book and papers, can be duplicated and modified to meet specific demands of scientific or technological problem.

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Article Publications Authors
1 Combustion of hydrogen-contained fuels in the model of ice chamber Int. Workshop “Nonequilibrium processes in combustion and plasma based technologies”. – August 26–31. Minsk, 2006.

Assad M., Leshchevich V.V., Mironof V.N., Penyazkov O.G., Sevruk K.L., Skilond A.V.

2 Development of micro-channel plates on a basis of aluminium oxide Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A 567 (2006)

Gleb Drobychev, Andrei Barysevich, Kirill Delendik, Anton Karneyeu, Patrick Nédélec, Daniel Sillou, OlgaVoitik

3 On the transmission of high-speed deflagration into abrupt area change Pulsed and continuous detonations. Edited by G.Roy, S.Frolov, J.Sinibaldi. Moscow, Torus press ltd., 2006. – 384p. ISBN: 5-94588-029-9. Pp 129-134

Krivosheyev P.N. O.G.Penyazkov

4 Auto ignition of propane-air mixture at shock wave focusing in three-dimensional ducts

Pulse and Continuous Detonation Propulsion, TORUS PRESS Moscow 2006, p. 43-60

K. L. Sevruk O.G. Penyazkov K.A. Ragotner V.E. Tangirala A.J. Dean B.Varatharajan

5 Admixture Concentration Fluctuation in a Turbulent Shear Flow Using an Averaged Talbot-Image 12th Int. Symp. on Flow Visualisation. Sept. 10-14. – 2006. – Gottingen, Germany

Khramtsov P.P., Doroshko M.V., Penyazkov O.G., Shikh I.A.

6 Unsteady Free - Convective Heat Transfer in Horizontal Cylindrical Interlayer with Eccentricyty

12th Int. Symp. on Flow Visualisation. Sept. 10-14. – 2006. – Gottingen, Germany.

KhramtsovP.P.,

Shikh I.A.

7 New methods of formaton of supported thin palladium membranes for hydrogen purification roc. International Conference on Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies (H2Expo) (October 25-26, Hamburg, Germany) Part D, 2006

Kirill I. Delendik, Olga L. Voitik, Ivan L. Grigorishin

8 Combustion of hydrogen-contained fuels in the model of ice chamber Int. Workshop “Nonequilibrium processes in combustion and plasma based technologies”. – August 26–31. Minsk, 2006, p. 124–129

Assad M.S., Leshchevich V.V. , Mironof V.N., Penyazkov O.G., Skilond A.V.

9 Production of MCP on the basis of AAO with channels length to diameter ration of 20 to 30 Workshop “Positron, Positronium, Nanoporous materials applications”. LAPP, Annecy-le-Vieux, France, 20-21 November 2007 Delendik K.I, Voitik O.L.
10 Study of the possibilities to enhance the conductivity of AAO Workshop “Positron, Positronium, Nanoporous materials applications”. LAPP, Annecy-le-Vieux, France, 20-21 November 2007

Voitik O.L., Delendik K.I

11

3D Turbulence Diagnostic by Digital Speckle Photography and Talbot Interferometry

3th Int. Conf. Methods of Aerophysical Research, Novosibirsk, February 5-10, - 2007 Fomin N.A., Khramtsov P.P., Penyazkov O.G., Lavinskaya E.I
12 Soot formation, structure and yield at pyrolysis of gaseous hydrocarbons behind reflected shock waves 26th Int. Symp. on Shock Waves. July 15-20, 2007. Gottingen

Khramtsov P.P., Doroshko M.V., Penyazkov O.G.

13 Auto ignition of hydrogen-air mixture at high-temperatures and pressures Proceedings of 26th International Symposium on Shock Waves, July 15 – 20, 2007 Gottingen, Germany

K. L. Sevruk, O.G.Penyazkov, A.N.Derevyago

14 Auto-ignition of hydrogen-air mixture at elevated pressures Proceedings of 21th International Colloquium on Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems, July 22 – 27, 2007 ENSMA Poitiers, France

K. L. Sevruk, O.G.Penyazkov, A.N.Derevyago, K.A.Ragotner

15 Detonation Initiation in Semi-Confined Area

Proceedings of the 21st Int. Colloquium on Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems, July 23-27, Poitiers, France, 2007

Krivosheyev P.N. Penyazkov O.G.

16 Study of Cobalt Ferrite Nanosuspensions for Low-frequency Ferromagnetic Hyperthermia Particuology, 2008, V.6, No5

Kashevsky B.E., Agabekov V.E., Kashevsky S.B., Kekalo K.A., Manina E.Yu., Prokhorov I.V., Ulashchik V.S.

17 Advances in Anodic Alumina MCP development

NDIP 2008 International Conference on New Developments in Photo detection. June 15-20, 2008 at Aix-les-Bains, France.

Gleb Drobychev, Kirill Delendik, Andrei Barysevich, Patrick Nédélec, Daniel Sillou, Olga Voitik
18 Magnetodynamics and self-organization in strongly non-equilibrium ferrosuspensions.

Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism (June 20-25). Book of abstracts. Moscow 2008.

Kashevsky B.E., Kashevsky S.B., Prokhorov I.V., Raikher Yu.L.
19

Heat generation in a suspension of magnetic dipoles in an alternating field.

Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism (June 20-25). Book of abstracts. Moscow 2008.

Raikher Yu.L., Stepanov V.I., Kashevsky B.E.

20

Magnetophoretic behavior of a pancreatic cell susupension.

Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism (June 20-25). Book of abstracts. Moscow 2008.

Kashevsky B.E., Goranov V.A., Prokhorov A.V., Zholud A.M.

21

Development and properties of Fe-Co ferrite nanoparticles.

7th Internat. conf. on the scientific and clinical applications of magnetic carriers. Conference program and Abstracts. University of British Columbia. May 20-24. 2008

Kekalo K.A., Kashevsky B.E., Agabekov V.E., Kashevsky S.B., Prokhorov I.V., Zhavnerko G.K

22

Influence of ion wind on the structure of the dynamic boundary layer over a flat plate

VI Minsk Int. Heat Mass Transfer Forum MIF-2008, Minsk, May 19-23, 2008. No. 1-48

Penyazkov O.G., Khramtsov P.P., Chernik M.Yu., Shatan I.N., Shikh I.A.
23

Effect of surface high-frequency barrier discharge on a flat plate drag reduction.

Nonequilibrium Processes in Combustion and Plasma Based Technologies. Int. Workshop. Minsk, August 23-28, 2008.

Penyazkov O.G., Khramtsov P.P., Chernik M.Yu., Shatan I.N., Shikh I.A.
24

Averaged temperature and concentration distribution of electrons in high-frequency barrier discharge plasma

Nonequilibrium Processes in Combustion and Plasma Based Technologies. Int. Workshop. Minsk, August 23-28, 2008

Penyazkov O.G., Khramtsov P.P., Chernik M.Yu., Shikh I.A.
25

Optical diagnostics of the statistical charachteristics of turbulence in the boundary layer behind the shock wave front

VI Minsk Int. Heat Mass Transfer Forum MIF-2008, Minsk, May 19-23, 2008. No. 10-08

KhramtsovP.P., Doroshko M.V., Penyazkov O.G., Shikh I.A.
26

Boundary layer structure investigation in presence of high frequency dielectric barrier discharge

Материалы конференции CYSENI-2008 на электрон. – опт. диске (CD – ROM). – Литва. –Каунас. – 29 мая 2008. – 1 диск.

Penyazkov O.G., П. П. Храмцов, М.Ю. Черник, И. А. Ших
27

Autoignition of methane/ethylene/air mixtures at elevated pressures.

International Workshop “Nonequilibrium Processes in Combustion and Plasma Technologies”. 2008.

Y. Baranyshyn, V. Leschevich, O. Penyazkov, K. Sevrouk, V. Tangrila, N. Joshi
28

Auto-ignitions of methaneair mixtures at elevated temperatures and pressures.

Seventh International Symposium on Hazards, Prevention, and Mitigation of Industrial Explosions. 2008.

O.G. Penyazkov, K.L. Sevrouk, Y.A. Baranyshyn, V. Tangirala, N. Joshi
29

Auto-ignitions of methane/air mixtures at elevated temperatures and pressures

Proceedings of 7th ISHPMIE, July 7-11, 2008 Vol. 1. Pp. 101-107

Sevrouk K.L., Penyazkov O.G., Tangirala V.E., Joshi N. D
30

Auto-ignitions of n-hexadecane and heptamethylnonane at high temperatures

Nonequilibrium phenomena. Plasma, combustion, atmosphere. – Moscow: Torus Press, 2009.

Assad M., Leschevich V.V., Penyazkov O.G., Sevrouk K.L., Tangirala V.E., Joshi N. D.
31

A study of positronium formation in anodic alumina

J. Phys.: Condens. Matter. 2009, Vol. 20.

N. Djourelov, C.A. Palacio, J. De Baerdemaeker, C. Bas, N. Charvin, K. Delendik, G. Drobychev, D. Sillou, O. Voitik,
S. Gninenko.
32

Advances in Anodic Alumina MCP development

Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research, A 610 (2009)

leb Drobychev, Andrei Barysevich, Kirill Delendik, Patrick Nédélec, Daniel Sillou, Olga Voitik.
33

Magnetodynamics and self-organization in strongly non-equilibrium ferrosuspensions.

Solid State Phenomena, 2009. Vol. 152-153

Kashevsky B., Kashevsky S., Prokhorov I.
34

Influence of Co amount on the efficiency of
energy absorption of Fe- Co ferrite nanoparticles.

JMMM, 2009, V. 321.

Kekalo K.A., Kashevsky B.E., Agabekov V.E., Kashevsky S.B., Prokhorov I.V., Zhavnerko G.K.
35

Dynamic magnetic hysteresis in a liquid
suspension of acicular maghemite particles.

Particuology. 2009. Vol.
7.

Kashevsky B.E., Kashevsky S.B., Prokhorov I.V.
36

Diagnostics of average temperature fields and
electron densities in a barrier discharge plasma in the presence of air flow

Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics. Vol. 82,
No. 6. – 2009

Penyazkov O.G., KhramtsovP.P.,
Shikh I.A., Chernik M.Yu., Doroshko M.V., Grishchenko V. M.

37

Photoemission measurements of soot particles temperature at pyrolysis of ethylene

Nonequilibrium Phenomena: Plasma, Combustion, Atmosphere. Moscow: Torus Press Ltd., 2009

Y.A. Baranyshyn, L.I. Belaziorava, K.N. Kasparov, O.G. Penyazkov
38

Auto-ignitions of n-hexadecane and heptamethylnonane at high temperatures

Nonequilibrium phenomena. Plasma, combustion, atmosphere. – Moscow: Torus Press, 2009, pp. 210–220.

Sevrouk K. L., Assad M., Leschevich V.V., Penyazkov O.G., Tangirala V.E., Joshi N. D.
39 Auto-ignition of diesel fuel at high temperature and pressures

22nd Int. Colloquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems. July 27–31. – Minsk, Belarus, 2009

Kiril Sevrouk, Mohamad Assad, Vladimir Leschevich, Oleg Penyazkov, Venkat Tangirala, Narendra Joshi
40 Averaged temperature and concentration distribution of electrons measurements in barrier discharge plasma

Материалы конференции CYSENI-2009 на электрон. – опт. диске (CD – ROM).– Литва, –Каунас,– 28-29 мая – 1 диск.

Chernik, M.
41

Interaction parameters of erosion plasma counter-flows in a confound area.

VI Int. Conf. Plasma Physics and Plasms Technology. Sept. 28 – Oct. 2. – 2009. – Minsk, Belarus

Penyazkov O.G. Khramtsov P.P., Hryshchanka U.M.
42 Boundary layer control using surface discharges

Тезисы докладов 22nd ICDERS на электрон. – опт. диске (CD – ROM)– July 27-31,– 2009,– Minsk, –Belarus –доклад №128 – 1 диск

Znamenskaya I., D. Orlov, O. Penyazkov, P. Khramtsov, M. Chernik
43

Fast response time photoemission measurements of gas temperature behind the shock waves.

6th Conference of Young Scientists on Energy Issues. 2009

Y.A. Baranyshyn, O.G. Penyazkov, K.N. Kasparov, L.I. Belaziorava
44

Photoemission measurements of a gas temperature behind reflected shock waves

22nd International Colloquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems. 2009

Y.A. Baranyshyn, O.G. Penyazkov, K.L. Sevruk, K.N. Kasparov, L.I. Belaziorava
45

Nonclassical detonation and deflagration transmissions into half-limited space

Proceedings of the 22st Int. Colloquium on Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems, July 27-31, Minsk, Belarus, 2009

Krivosheyev P.N., Penyazkov O.G.
46

Application of high-frequency barrier discharge for flat plate drag reduction

CYSENI-2009, Литовская Республика, г. Каунас, 28-29 мая 2009г. ISSN 1822-7554

Shatan I. N.
47

Effect of dc bias field on the dynamic hysteresis of single-domain ferromagnetic particles.

J. of Applied Physics 2010, v. 107 №073914

Dejardin P.M., Kalmykov Yu. P.,. Kashevsky B.E., Mrabti H.El., Poperechny I.S., Raikher Yu.L., Titov S.V.
48

Low-frequency ferromagnetic hyperthermia is feasible

AIP Conference Proc. 1311, 2010

Kashevsky, B.E.. Istomin Yu.P, Ulashchik V.S., Kashevsky S.B., A.G. Pastushenko, Prokhorov I,V.
49

Rotating field driven structure of particulate magnetic filler in a drying polymer layer

Computational Materials Science. 2010. Vol. 49.

Kashevsky S.B.
50

Characteristics of erosion plasma in the region of interaction of a flow with an obstacle.

Journal of Engineering Physics and Thermophysics. Vol. 83, No. 1. – 2010

Penyazkov O.G., KhramtsovP.P., Shikh I.A., Grishchenko V. M.
51

Heat transfer and growth of nano- and submicron particles of black carbon in nonequilibrium gas mixture. Experiment and simulation.

IJHMT. 2010. vol. 53

Y.A. Baranyshyn, S.P. Fisenko, O.G. Penyazkov
52

Substantiation and in-vivo approbation of the low-frequency ferromagnetic hyperthermia.

8th International conference on scientific and clinical applications of magnetic carriers. – Germany, 25-29 May, 2010

Kashevsky B.E., Istomin Yu.P., Ulashchik V.S., Kashevsky S.B., Prokhorov I.V., Pastushenko A.G.
53

Biomedical examination of Fe-Co oxide nanoparticlesfor local ferromagnetic hyperthermia.

8th International conference on scientific and clinical applications of magnetic carriers. – Germany, 25-29 May, 2010

Manina E. Ju, Ulashchik V.S., Kashevsky B.E.
54

Characteristics of erosion plasma counter-flows interaction in a confined area

7th international conference of young scientists on energy issues CYSENI 2010, Lithuania, Kaunas, May 27-28, 2010

Penyazkov O.G. Khramtsov P.P., Hryshchanka U.M.
55

Erosion plasma counter-flows interaction dynamics in a confined area

lushta-2010. Int. Conf.-School on Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion. Alushta (Crimea), Ukraine, September 13-18, 2010. Book of Abstracts.

Penyazkov O.G. Khramtsov P.P., Hryshchanka U.M.
56

Diagnostics of average temperature fields and electron concentrations in a surface barrier discharge plasma over Joukowski airfoil

Материалы Международной конференции- школы по физике плазмы и УТС Алушта 2010, 13-18 сентября 2010г., Алушта, Украина.

Penyazkov O., P. Khramtsov, M. Chernik
57

Averaged Toephler photometric measurements of barrier discharge plasma characteristics

SFV14 - 14th International Symposium on Flow Visualization, June 21-24, 2010, EXCO, Daegu, Korea. на электрон. USB – накопителе. – доклад №98.

O. Penyazkov, P. Khramtsov, M. Chernik
58

Fast response time photoemission measurements oftemperature at pyrolysis of ethylene behind the shock wave

XXV International Conference on Equations of State for Matter. 2010.

K.N.Kasparov, L.I.Belaziorava, Y.A. Baranyshyn, O.G. Penyazkov
59

Soot particles characterizations at pyrolysis of ethylene in shock tube

7th Conference of Young Scientists on Energy Issues. 2010.

Y.A. Baranyshyn, O.G. Penyazkov, K.N. Kasparov, L.I. Belaziorava
60 RCM study of methane auto-ignitions at intermediate temperatures

Proc. of Combustion Institute – Canadian Section Spring Technical Meeting, May 9-12, 2010, Ottawa, Canada

V. Leschevich O.G. Penyazkov V.E. Tangirala N.D. Joshi

61

Auto-ignitions studies of methane-air mixtures in rapid compression machine

Proc. of Conference of Young Scientists on Energy Issues 2010 (CYSENI 2010), 28-29 may 2010, LEI, Kaunas

V. Leschevich O.G. Penyazkov
62 Autoignition domains of metal micro particles in oxygen atmosphere

Proc. 8th ISHPMIE September 5-10, 2010, Yokohama, Japan

V. Leschevich O.G. Penyazkov J-Ch. Rostaing

63

Autoignitions of iron micro particles in high pressure oxygen atmosphere

Proc. Of 7th International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations, October 4-8, 2010, St. Petersburg, Russia

V. Leschevich O.G. Penyazkov J-Ch. Rostaing
64 Autoignitions of methane at intermediate and high temperatures

Proc. Of 7th International Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations, October 4-8, 2010, St. Petersburg, Russia.

V. Leschevich V.V. Martynenko O.G. Penyazkov K.L. Sevrouk S.I. Shabunya V.E. Tangirala N.D. Joshi

65

Flame Dynamics in Wood Dust-Air Flow in the Vertical Tube

7th Inernational Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations, St. Petersburg, Russia, October 4-8, 2010.

V.N. Mironov, O. G. Penyazkov, A.V. Skilondz
66 Measurements of turbulent transfer and mixing averaged characteristics in a turbulent jet flow using a talbot interferometer method.

CYSENI-2010, Литовская Республика, г. Каунас, 27-28 мая 2010г. ISSN 1822-7554 С.VI-279 - VI-285

Shatan I. N.

67

Flame Dynamics in Wood Dust-Air Flow in the Vertical Tube

7th Inernational Colloquium on Pulsed and Continuous Detonations, St. Petersburg, Russia, October 4-8, 2010.

V.N. Mironov, O. G. Penyazkov, A.V. Skilondz
68 Interaction of low–energy hydrogen plasma with polycrystalline aluminium

ACTA TECHNICA 2011

Savitsky A.А., Zaitsev A.L.

69

Heat transfer and growth of primary black carbon particles in gas mixture

Carbon black: production, properties and uses”. Nova Science Publishers Inc. EDS. Ian J. Sanders and Thomas L. Peeten. 2011. Chapter 4. ISBN: 978-1-61209-535-6

Y.A. Baranyshyn, S.P. Fisenko, O.G. Penyazkov
70 Magnetic hyperthermia with high-coercivity nanoparticles.

Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism (August 21-25). Book of abstracts. Moscow 2011

Kashevsky B., Istomin Yu., Kashevsky S., Ulaschik S., Prokhorov I.

71

A basic theory of immunomagnetic separation

Moscow International Symposium on Magnetism (August 21-25). Book of abstracts. Moscow 2011

Kashevsky S.B.
72 Photoemission measurements of soot temperature at pyrolysis of ethylene in the shock tube

Proc. of 28th International Symposium of Shock Waves, Manchester, Great Bratain. 2011.

Y.A. Baranyshyn, O.G. Penyazkov, S.P. Fisenko, K.N. Kasparov, L.I. Belaziorava.

73

Auto-ignitions of methane at intermediate and high temperatures

Proc. 23nd International Collquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems, July 24-29, 2011, Irvine, USA

V. Leschevich D.G. Ignatenko N. Joshi V.V. Martynenko O.G. Penyazkov K.L. Sevrouk S.I. Shabunya
27
A.V. Skilondz V.E. Tangirala
74 Auto-ignition Conditions of Iron Micro Powders in Heated Oxygen

Proc. 23nd International Collquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems, July 24-29, 2011, Irvine, USA

V. Leschevich O.G. Penyazkov J-Ch. Rostaing

75

Measurements of methane concentration in an axially symmetrical turbulent methane flow using a talbot interferometer method

CYSENI 2011, May 26–27, Kaunas, Lithuania ISSN 1822-7554, 9 C.

Shatan I. N.
76

Assessing magnetic properties of cells using magnetoforetic motion visualization

5 International Symposium on Flow Visualization June 25-28, 2012, Minsk, Belarus. Program and book of abstracts.

Kashevsky B.E., Zholud A.M., Kashevsky S.B.

77

Assessing magnetic properties of cells using magnetoforetic motion visualization

15 International Symposium on Flow Visualization June 25-28, 2012, Minsk, Belarus. Program and book of abstracts.

Kashevsky B.E., Zholud A.M., Kashevsky S.B.
78 The application of Talbot effect for the measurements of dispersion characteristic of refractive index in axisymmetric methane jet flame.

Physics of Extreme States of Matter. Ins. of Problems of Chemical Physics. Russian Academy of Sciences. Chernogolovka, 2012.

O. Penyazkov, P. Khramtsov, M. Chernik, I. N. Shatan

79

The application of Talbot effect for the measurements of dispersion characteristic of refractive index in axisymmetric methane jet flame.

XXVII Int. Conf. on Equations of State for Matter. March 1-6, 2012, Elbrus, Russia. Book of Abstracts.

O. Penyazkov, P. Khramtsov, M. Chernik, I. N. Shatan
80 The application of the shadow method for electron concentration measurements in colliding flows of erosion plasma.

15th International Symposium on Flow Visualization (ISFV-15), June 25-28, 2012, Minsk, Belarus. Book of Abstracts

O. Penyazkov O.G. Khramtsov P.P., Hryshchanka U.M., Chernik M. Yu.

81

Measurements of dispersion characteristic of refractive index in an axysimmetric methane jet flame using the method of the averaged Talbot-images.

15th International Symposium on Flow Visualization (ISFV-15), June 25-28, 2012, Minsk, Belarus. Book of Abstracts.

I. N. Shatan, O. G. Penyazkov, P.P.Khramtsov
82 Visualization of the flow structure behind the shock front using Talbot interferometry technique

15th International Symposium on Flow Visualization (ISFV-15), June 25-28, 2012, Minsk, Belarus. Book of Abstracts

M.V. Doroshko, O. G. Penyazkov, P.P.Khramtsov

83

High temperature decay of hydrocarbons behind the reflected shock waves and dynamics of soot formation

XXVII International conference on Equations of state for matter. Elbrus - 2012

Doroshko M. Penyazkov O.G.
84 Visualization of the flow structure behind the shock front using talbot interferometry technique

The 15-th Internationa Symposium on flow visualization. Minsk - 2012

Doroshko M. Khramtsov P.P. Penyazkov O.G.

85

Auto-ignition of hydrogen-air mixtures at intermediate temperatures in rapid compression machine

Physics of Extreme States of Matter - 2012. Chernogolovka. 2012. p.64-67

N.L. Evmenchikov, V.V. Leschevich, O.G. Penyazkov
86 Visualisation of auto-ignition in rapid compression machine

Abstracts of The 15th International Symposium on Flow Visualization, June 25-28, 2012, Minsk, Belarus, P.100

V. V. Leschevich, O.G. Penyazkov

87

Experimental study on iron micro powders auto-ignition in rapidly compressed oxygen

Abstracts of The 34th International Symposium on Combustion, June 25-28, 2012, Minsk, Belarus, P.100

V. V. Leschevich, O.G. Penyazkov
88 Detonation in the fuel-oxidizer flow in the pulsed combustor

15th International Symposium on Flow Visualization (ISFV-15), June 25-28, 2012, Minsk, Belarus. Book of Abstracts, p. 99

M. S. Assad, KH. Alhussan, O. G. Penyazkov