Laboratory of Thermal Hydraulics and Boiling Physics

Head of Laboratory

Kutsenko, Kirill

PhD in Engineering, Associate Professor
Publications
43
Citations
257
h-index
9
Publications
44
Citations
275
h-index
9
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An international scientific team that is engaged in experimental and theoretical research in the field of thermohydraulic processes and the physics of boiling of various liquids.

The main areas of research:

- Experimental study of thermohydraulic processes in power plants.

- Development of diagnostic methods for changing heat transfer modes.

- Investigation of the boiling of nanofluids in relation to solar power generation and desalination of liquids.

- Unsteady boiling processes in cryogenic media.

  1. Mathematical modeling
  2. Physical models
  3. Experimental thermophysics
Kirill Kutsenko
Head of Laboratory
Lavruhin, Aleksey Anatolyevich
Aleksey Lavruhin
Associate Professor
Kuzmenkov, Dmitriy M
Dmitriy Kuzmenkov
Associate Professor
Delov, Maksim Igorevich
Maksim Delov 🤝
Senior Lecturer
Savelyev, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich
Aleksandr Savelyev
Senior Lecturer
Laouar, Soufiane
Soufiane Laouar
Research intern

Research directions

Unsteady boiling processes in cryogenic media

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Unsteady boiling processes in cryogenic media
Experimental and theoretical study of non-stationary processes (boiling of a coolant, the onset of a boiling crisis) in cryogenic liquids.

Investigation of the physics of boiling nanofluids

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Investigation of the physics of boiling nanofluids
Investigation of the boiling of liquids with dispersed nanoparticles (nanofluids) in relation to solar power generation and desalination of liquids.

Diagnostics of changing heat transfer modes

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Diagnostics of changing heat transfer modes
Development of diagnostic methods for changing the heat transfer mode in various heat carriers based on statistical and frequency analysis of temperature fluctuations of the heat-emitting surface of the heater.

Publications and patents

Lab address

Москва, Каширское шоссе, д.31
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