Cambridge University Press Monograph
Cambridge University Press published a monograph has been written jointly with KNRTU-KAI professors.
Cambridge University Press published a monograph “Chemical Kinetics in Combustion and Reactive Flows: Modeling Tools and Applications” written by V. I. Naoumov, a Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the Central Connecticut State University. It has been written jointly with V. G. Krioukov, a Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the Kazan National Research Technical University, A. L. Abdullin is a Vice President and Academician of the Academy of Sciences of the Russian Republic of Tatarstan, and A. V. Demin, a Professor of the Engineering Ecology and Rational Nature Management Department at the Kazan State Power Engineering University.
The book addresses the issues of mathematical modeling of combustion processes and reactive flows. It summarizes the experience of 30 years of joint work of the authors, originating from the scientific group "Mathematical modeling of high-temperature processes" at the ‘22’ Department of KAI.
'As a researcher and practitioner in the field of thermal sciences, I am delighted to endorse such an insightful, logical and timely presentation of complex matters in chemical thermodynamics, chemical kinetics and combustion. The book is distinguished by a well balanced presentation of a foundational theoretical material, in-depth analyses of modern combustion modeling tools and authors' unique developments in engineering combustion,' - Aleksandr Kozlov from Gas Technology Institute, Illinois, reviewed.
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