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    Sergei Ryzhkov

    Sergei Ryzhkov
    ul. Baumanskaya 2-ya, 5/1, Moscow, 105005 Russia
    Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU)

    Born: April 18, 1974 in Kanash, Chuvash Republic, Russia
    1997: received the M.S. degree (Diploma with Honors) in engineering physics (electrorocket engines and power plants) from Bauman Moscow State Technical University (BMSTU);
    2001: the Ph.D. degree in thermal physics and theoretical heat engineering from Bauman Moscow State Technical University;
    2015: earned the Doctor of Physico-Mathematical Sciences (Dr. Phys.-Math. Sci.) degree in mathematical modeling and plasma physics from Bauman Moscow State Technical University.

    Positions held:
    2001-2002: Researcher with the Power Engineering Institute, 2002-2016: Associate Professor in the Thermal Physics Department, Bauman Moscow State Technical University. Since 2016, he is a Professor on the Power Engineering Faculty, Bauman Moscow State Technical University. He was Visiting Scientist at Fusion Technology Institute, Madison, USA (1998-1999), Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy (2011), and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany (2013, 2014).

    Recipient of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS) and RAO UES of Russia “New Generation” Award in 2005, the Medal of RAS for scientific work in the area of physics and technical problems of energetics in 2008, the Russian President Grant for supporting of young russian scientists in 2006, 2008, the CRDF Junior Scientist Energy Award in the specific area Alternative Energy Development and Applications in 2008, the Best teacher of BMSTU for “quality of work of young teachers”, “supervisor” and “implementation of information technologies in the educational process” in 2009, 2011, 2014, and the Certificate of Merit of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation in 2015. He holds patent, and 8 Computer Code Certificates.

    Member of dissertation councils at BMSTU and Editorial Board of the Russian Journal of Nonlinear Dynamics. Member of Mediterranean Institute of Fundamental Physics. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Educator Associate. Scientific Secretary of Scientific Council “Power Engineering”.


    Kuzenov V. V., Ryzhkov S. V., Starostin A. V.
    This work is devoted to the theoretical calculation of the processes of compression and energy release in the target by a combined action of a system of pulsed jets and intense laser radiation using a magnetic inertial plasma confinement method. A mathematical model, a numerical method, and a computational algorithm are developed to describe plasma-physical processes occurring in various types of high-temperature installations with high density. The results of the calculation of the hybrid effect of intensive energy flows on a cylindrical target are presented. The main gas-dynamic and radiative parameters of the compressed target plasma are found.
    Keywords: computer simulation, magnetized target, mathematical modeling, numerical algorithm
    Citation: Kuzenov V. V., Ryzhkov S. V., Starostin A. V.,  Development of a Mathematical Model and the Numerical Solution Method in a Combined Impact Scheme for MIF Target, Rus. J. Nonlin. Dyn., 2020, Vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 325-341
    Kuzenov V. V., Ryzhkov S. V.
    A statement of the problem is presented and numerical modeling of plasma-gas-dynamic processes in the capillary discharge plume is performed. In the developed model, plasma dynamic processes in a capillary discharge are determined by the intensity, duration of plasma formation processes in the capillary discharge channel, and thermodynamic parameters in the surrounding gaseous medium. The spatial distribution of temperature, density and pressure, radial and longitudinal velocities of pulsed jets of several capillary discharge channels is presented.
    Keywords: capillary discharge, numerical method, plasma dynamics
    Citation: Kuzenov V. V., Ryzhkov S. V.,  Mathematical Modeling of Plasma Dynamics for Processes in Capillary Discharges, Rus. J. Nonlin. Dyn., 2019, Vol. 15, no. 4, pp. 543-550

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