seventh
international
symposium

October 2-7, 2016
Sochi, Russia

Publications of previous Symposia

COMBUSTION AND ATMOSPHERIC POLLUTION
G.D. Roy, S.M. Frolov, A.M. Starik (Editors)
TORUS PRESS, 2003.-680p., ISBN 5-94588-021-3


The book includes 128 revised, edited and formatted condensed papers on combustion science and technology and physical chemistry of atmospheric pollution written by international experts from 17 countries. It covers fundamentals of combustion in propulsion devices, ground transportation engines, and stationary power plants with an emphasis on pollutant emission problems, pollutant formation chemistry, physics and chemistry of exhaust-related clusters and aerosols, and assessment of accompanying environmental effects. The book is published in connection with the International Symposium on Combustion and Atmospheric Pollution held in St. Petersburg, Russia, July 8-11, 2003, dedicated to the memory of N.N. Semenov.

The volume is addressed to practicing engineers and researchers and can serve as a reference book for graduate studies in combustion science, technology, and environmental protection.


NONEQUILIBRIUM PROCESSES. VOL. 1. COMBUSTION AND DETONATION
G.D. Roy, S.M. Frolov, A.M. Starik (Editors)
TORUS PRESS, 2005.-392p., ISBN 5-94588-033-7


NONEQUILIBRIUM PROCESSES. VOL. 2. PLASMA, AEROSOLS, AND ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA

G.D. Roy, S.M. Frolov, A.M. Starik (Editors)
TORUS PRESS, 2005.- 440p., ISBN 5-94588-034-9

The two-volume book contains more than 80 revised, edited and formatted papers written by international experts in combustion, detonation, plasma physics and chemistry, and atmospheric sciences. The book provides an overview of the state-of-the-art in these intrinsically interrelated disciplines.

The book is published in connection with the Second International Symposium on Nonequilibrium Processes, Combustion, and Atmospheric Phenomena held in Sochi, Russia, October 3–7, 2005.

The book is addressed to practicing engineers and researchers and can serve as a reference book for graduate studies in combustion science and technology, plasma and aerosol physics, propulsion, and environmental protection.


NONEQUILIBRIUM PROCESSES: PLASMA, COMBUSTION, AND ATMOSPHERIC PHENOMENA
G.D. Roy, S.M. Frolov, A.M. Starik (Editors)
TORUS PRESS, 2007.-120p., ISBN 978-5-94558-047-4


This book contains about 90 revised, edited, and formatted abstracts of presentations written by international experts in combustion, detonation, plasma physics and chemistry, aerosols and atmospheric sciences. The book provides a condensed overview of challenging problems in these interrelated disciplines. The book is published in connection with the Third International Symposium on Nonequilibrium Processes, Combustion, Plasma, and Atmospheric Phenomena held in Sochi, Russia, June 25-29, 2007.

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NONEQUILIBRIUM PHENOMENA: PLASMA, COMBUSTION, ATMOSPHERE
G.D. Roy, S.M. Frolov, A.M. Starik (Editors)
TORUS PRESS, 2009.-496p., ISBN 978-5-94588-067-2


The book contains 78 revised, edited and formatted papers written by international experts in kinetics of elementary physical and chemical processes, surface physics and chemistry, laser-induced and plasma-assisted combustion, electrical discharges and other sources of plasma, ignition and combustion, detonation, aerosols and atmospheric physics and chemistry, and processes in Earth atmosphere and outer space. The book is published in connection with the Fourth International Symposium on Nonequilibrium Processes, Combustion, and Atmospheric Phenomena held in Sochi, Russia, October 5-9, 2009.

The book is addressed to practicing engineers and researchers and can serve as a reference book for graduate studies in combustion science and technology, plasma and aerosol physics, propulsion and environmental protection.

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NONEQUILIBRIUM PROCESSES: PLASMA, COMBUSTION, AND ATMOSPHERE
A.M. Starik, S.M. Frolov (Editors)
TORUS PRESS, 2012.-482p., ISBN 978-5-94588-121-1


The International Symposium on Nonequilibrium Processes, Plasma, Combustion and Atmospheric Phenomena is a for international experts in such fundamental areas as physical and chemical kinetics, physics of low temperature and cluster plasmas, physics of shock and detonation waves, physics and chemistry of aerosols and nanoparticles, combustion and atmospheric chemistry, physics and chemistry of high speed flows, plasma and laser chemistry, plasma, laser and combustion assisted technologies.

This Symposium has already become a notable biannual event attracting a growing attendance of the scientists all over the word. It covers the topics in kinetics of elementary processes, fundamentals of ignition and combustion, novel combustion concepts including plasma-assisted and laser-induced combustion, combustion, plasma and laser generated aerosols and nanoparticles, fuel reforming, synthesis of nanomaterials, gaseous and particulate pollutant formation, pollution control and impact of pollutant emission on the atmospheric chemistry and climate. All topics are very relevant in today’s field of research. The First Symposium was organizing in St. Petersburg, Russia, July 8-11, 2003, and was dedicated to the memory of N.N.Semenov, a founder of the chain-branching reaction theory and a Nobel prizewinner. The Second, Third and Fourth Symposia were held in Sochi, Russia, October 3-7, 2005, June 25-29, 2007, and October 5-9, 2009. The present Fifth Symposium we also organized in Sochi, Russia, October 1-6, 2012.

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ADVANCES IN NONEQUILIBRIUM PROCESSES: PLASMA, COMBUSTION, AND ATMOSPHERE
A.M. Starik, S.M. Frolov (Editors)
TORUS PRESS, 2014.-344p., ISBN 978-5-94588-155-6


This volume contains 46 revised, edited, and formatted articles written by international experts in physical and chemical kinetics, physics of low temperature and cluster plasma, physics of shock and detonation waves, physics and chemistry of aerosols and nanoparticles, combustion and atmospheric chemistry, physics and chemistry of high-speed §ow, plasma and laser chemistry, plasma, laser- and combustion-assisted technologies. The volume provides an overview of the state-of-the-art in these interrelated disciplines and is published in connection with the 6th International Symposium on Nonequilibrium Processes, Plasma, Combustion, and Atmospheric Phenomena held in Sochi, Russia, October 5-10, 2014.

The book is addressed to practicing engineers and researchers and can serve as a reference book for graduate studies in plasma and aerosol physics, combustion science and technology, propulsion, and environmental protection.

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ALEXANDER M.STARIK
Conference Program Coordinator
Phone: +49 621 180 686 19
Send e-mail: mail@mail.ru

ALEXANDER M.STARIK
Conference Program Coordinator
Phone: +49 621 180 686 19
Send e-mail: mail@mail.ru