#0041-2Pulsed Plasma Source
Development of Pulsed Plasma Source for Technological Purposes (Demonstration)
Computer synthesis of structure and physico-mechanical properties of composite materials with polymer matrix.
Development of Explosion Synthesis and Compaction Technology of Superhard Materials for Industrial Purposes.
Development of Technology of Monocristalline Graphite Synthesis.
Research of Ultradisperse Diamonds as Regards the Diamond Crystal Growing Technology, i.e. the Process of Advanced Material Obtaining for the Future Applications in Electronics.
Multi-user Application of the TsNIIMash Large-scale Ballistic Facility.
Feasibility Study on Abrasive Water-jet Technology for Cutting Explosives-Containing Laminated Structures.
Formation of Inhomogeneous Structural and Designing Composite and Gradient Materials in Self-propagating High-temperature Synthesis (SHS).
New High Speed and Sensitive Magnetooptical Materials for Numerous Applications
Development of the Basis Membrane Technology of Fuel and Power Production Industry Wastes Treatment
Development of Physical and Chemical Principles for Radiation Techniques of Material Modification by Electrons, Polyenergetic Ions and High Temperature Plasma Fluxes
Work out of the Laser Separation of Silicon Isotopes Technology Principles
New Photochromic Glass for Ophthalmology
Polycrystalline Powder and Monocrystal Synthesis of Cerium Trifluoride for Detectors
Production of Monocrystals and High-Strength Polycrystals of Diamond with Specified Properties by Shock and Quasi-Static Compression of Different Carbonaceous Materials Including Amorphous Carbon, Ultra-Dispersive Diamonds, Fullerits, etc.
Development of New Cracking Criteria for Structural Steels of Power Industry in Aquatic Media
Creation of the Serial Automated Installation for Growing Silicon Monocrystals 150 - 200 mm in Diameter by Chohralsky Method
Feasibility Study for Improving the Efficiency of Artificial Diamond Production by a Dynamic Method
Synthesis of New Classes of Composite Materials in Conditions of Combined Environments
Application of Megagauss Magnetic Fields for Improving Monolithic Diamond and Diamond-Like Material Technology, using the Dynamic-Static Compression Method