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95. Computer Simulation of Permafrost: Interpolating Initial Conditions for Design of Transport Infrastructure Facilities. // The first scientific conference and exhibition “Engineering Surveys for Transport Infrastructure”. Moscow, October 20-21, 2016
 
94. Computer Simulation of Permafrost Thermal Regime with Further Analysis of Ground Settlement, Bearing Capacity of Piles, and Foundation Deformation. // Scientific conference “Technologies for Design and Construction of Foundations on Permafrost”. Moscow, September 7-8, 2016
 
93. Computer Simulation of Permafrost Thermal Regime under the Thermal Influence of Engineering Constructions. // XI International Conference on Permafrost, Potsdam, June 20-24, 2016
 
92. Frost 3D Software Package: Computer Simulation of Permafrost under the Thermal Influence of Oil&Gas Constructions. // Conference “Modern Challenges in the Design and Construction of Oil and Gas Fields”, Tomsk, May 23-24, 2016
 
91. Prediction calculations of construction projects at the design stage under rough climatic conditions. // XVI scientific conference “Information Technologies in Engineering”. Tyumen, April 5-6, 2016
 
90. Prediction of thermal impact of gas transmission systems on permafrost. // The VI International Conference and Exhibition “Gas Transportation Systems: Present and Future”, Moscow, October 28-29, 2015
 
89. Computer Simulation of Permafrost Thermal Regime under the Thermal Influence of Engineering Constructions. // The international conference “Permafrost in XXI Сentury: Basic and Applied Researches”, Pushchino, September 27-30 2015
 
88. 3D Simulation of Ground Thermal Regime in Engineering Design // XV scientific conference “Information Technologies in Engineering”, Tyumen, April 7-8, 2015
 
87. Forecasting of Permafrost Thawing Around an Underground Cross-Country Pipeline // “Oil&Oil Products Pipeline Transportation: Science and Technologies” (№ 1 (17) 2015)
 
86. Computer simulation technology for thermal processes in grounds using Frost 3D Universal. // Scientific conference “Technologies for Design and Construction of Foundations on Permafrost”. Moscow, October 16, 2014
 
85. Thermal Analysis in the Design of Oil and Gas Facilities in Permafrost Regions // XIV scientific conference “Information Technologies in Engineering”, Tyumen, March 4-6, 2014
84. Modern graphics technologies for creating 3D effects in movies and animations// Solit Conference, Soligorsk, March 1, 2014.
 
83. The problem of CAE software application for solving specific problems in oil and gas industry. // 4th International Conference “ENERCON 2013” on innovative development of oil and gas sector, Moscow, June 26-28, 2013.
 
82. Computer simulation for solving environmental problems in oil and gas industry. // Fourth Oil and Gas conference “Ecosecurity — 2013”, Moscow, April 23, 2013.
 
81. Software development for specific problems in oil and gas industry. // XIII scientific conference “Information Technologies in engineering”, Tyumen, April 2-4, 2013.
 
80. Specificity of the Numerical Heat Transfer in the Engineering Problems of Foundations Construction in Permafrost Soils. // XIII scientific conference “Information Technologies in engineering”, Tyumen, April 2-4, 2013.
 
79. Computer simulation and scientific software development. // Regional IT-conference “SolIT 2013”, Soligorsk, January 26-27, 2013.
 
78. Software implementation of finite element method for solving problem heat transfer in soil // Regional IT-conference “SolIT 2013”, Soligorsk, January 26-27, 2013.
 
77. Algorithms and methods of computational meshes creation for numerical solution of the Applied Physics objectives // Regional IT-conference “SolIT 2013”, Soligorsk, January 26-27, 2013.
 
76. Application of computer modeling for forecasting of radionuclides migration in soil. // Second International Conference on Environmental Management, Engineering, Planning and Economics (CEMEPE 09) & SECOTOX Conference, Greece, June 21 to 26, 2009
 
75. Modeling of the solute convection-diffusion in capillary-porous mediums considering the non-isothermal moisture transport // 6th Minsk International Heat and Mass Transfer Forum, Minsk. 2008. Vol. 2. Pp. 190-192.
 
74. Application of Computer Modeling for the Analysis and Prediction of Contaminant Behavior in Ground Water Systems// Strategies to Enhance Environmental Security in Transition Countries: NATO Advanced Research Workshop, September 6-9, 2006. Sibiu, Romania. P. 32.
 
73. Role of Renewable Energy Sources in Enhancement of Environmental and Energy Security of Belarus // Strategies to Enhance Environmental Security in Transition Countries: NATO Advanced Research Workshop, September 6-9, 2006. Sibiu, Romania. P. 31.
 
72. Prospects of application of methods of computer modeling for the analysis and migration forecasting radionuclides in environment // Thesis’s collection of International Conference «Chernobyl 20 years after. Strategy for recovery and sustainable development of the affected regions». Homel. 2006. P. 197.
 
71. Mathematical Modeling of Radioactive Impurity Migration in Soil in View of Non-isothermal Moisture Transport // Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Ecological Modeling, Pushchino, Russia, 19-23 September. 2005. Pp. 104-105.
 
70. Software for hardening processes simulation // Belarus-polish practical scientific seminar: report thesises / Minsk. State Organization «Belarusian Institute of System Analysis and Information Support for Scientific and Technical Sphere». 2004. Pp. 91-93.
 


 

Monographs

 
69. Modeling of heat and moisture transport in capillary-porous medium//Minsk: A. V. Lykov Institute of Heat and Mass Transfer of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. 2007. 292 p.
 
68. Computer simulation of contaminants migration in natural disperse media. – 2011, Minsk, Pp. 212.
 


 

Articles in peer reviewed editions

 
67. 3D computer simulation of ground thaw bulb formations including ice wedges around the pipeline//Journal ”Pipeline transportation: theory and practice”, 2013, # 6 (40).
 
66. Application of the Frost 3D Software for Three-dimensional Simulation of Temperature Distribution in Permafrost during Thermal Stabilization//Journal of Oil and Gas Construction”, 2013, No 3. Pp.14-18.
 
65. Consistency of the Douglas–Rachford splitting algorithm for the sum of three nonlinear operators: application to the Stefan problem in permafrost soils.//Applied and Computational Mathematics, 2013. 2(4), Pp.100-108.
 
64. The use of CUDA technology for artificial neural networks training // BSUIR reports. 2010 No 7(53)
 
63. Methods and algorithms of hybridization for prediction radionuclides and chemicals transport in soil// Ecological News/ Minsk. ISEU. 2008.
 
62. Hybrid expert system based software for estimation radionuclides contamination in soil // Herald of Polatsk State University. Novopolotsk. PSU. 2008.
 
61. Mathematical modeling of convection diffusion of solute under non-isothermal moisture transport in soil // Physical&Engineering Journal. Volume 81. 2008. No 5. Pp. 924–935.
 
60. Mathematical modeling of solute transport in aeration zone considering infiltration and evaporation // “Protection and Restoration of the Environment IX”– Kefalonia, Greece, June 30 – July 3, 2008.- 8 p. ISBN: 978-960-530-104-0.
 
59. Numerical modeling of impurity migration in soils // Nature management and environment: Collection of scientific articles. 2008.Minsk. Belarus Research-and-Development Center “Ecology”. Pp. 72-79.
 
58. Mathematical modeling of water and solute transport in soil// Ecological News. 2007. Pp. 62-71.
 
57. Role of renewable energy sources in enhancement of environmental and energy security of Belarus // NATO Security through Science Series. Strategies to Enhance Environmental Security in Transition Countries. Springer. 2007. Pp. 279-294.
 
56. Application of computer modeling for the analysis and prediction of contaminant behaviour in groundwater systems // NATO Security through Science Series. Strategies to Enhance Environmental Security in Transition Countries. Springer. 2007. Pp. 57-68.
 
55. Application of computer modeling for analysis and forecasting of radionuclide’s migration in soil / Journal of the University of Applied Sciences Mittweida (Germany), 2006. No 10. Pp.44-49.
 
54. Numerical investigation of mathematical models for electromagnetic waves distribution in mediums // Engineering News. 2006. No 1(21)/3. Pp. 183-186.
 
53. Architecture of hybrid expert system for prediction radionuclides transport in soil// Engineering News. 2006. No 1(21)/3. Pp. 206-209
 
52. Modeling of impurity migration in soil using of mathematical package FEMLAB // Engineering News. 2006. No 1 (21)/3. Pp. 203-206
 
51. Numerical investigation of mathematical models of moisture transport in soil // Engineering News. 2006. No 1(21)/3. Pp. 52-55.
 
50. Application of expert systems for analysis and optimization hardening processes// Herald of Polatsk State University. Applied sciences series. 2005. No 6. Pp. 73-78.
 
49. Mathematical modeling of radionuclide distribution in near-surface soil layer // Radiation and anthropoecology: Collection of scientific works. Homel State Medical University. 2005. Pp. 62-65.
 
48. Computer Simulation of Non-isothermal Water and Solute Transport in Soil /Wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift der Hochshcule Mittweida(FH), 2005. No 13. Pp. 27-30.
 
47. Development of hybrid expert system for prediction of hardening process.// Engineering News. Minsk. 2005. No 1(19)/1. Pp. 200-203.
 
46. Complex mathematical model of heat treatment process of steel parts and its software development// The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Series of Physical-Technical Sciences. 2005. No 2. Pp.7-11.
 
45. Features of metal parts properties formation modeling during induction hardening // Journal of the Deformation and destruction of materials. 2005. No 9. Pp. 50-54.
 
44. Application of computer modeling for forecasting of mechanical properties of metal parts after hardening // News of computer and information technology. 2005. No 8. Pp. 24-28.
 
43. Modeling of the stress-strain condition of steel details during hardening // Journal of the Deformation and destruction of materials. 2005. No 5. Pp.37-41.
 
42. Mathematical model of radionuclides migration in soil // Herald of Polatsk State University. Fundamental sciences. 2005. No 3. Pp.56-60.
 
41. Application of computer modeling for forecasting of mechanical properties of metal details after heat treatment // Herald of Polatsk State University. Fundamental sciences. 2004. No 12. Pp. 12-17.
 
40. Framework development based on dynamic replaceable modules for modeling of technological processes // Engineering News. 2004. No 1(17)/3. Pp. 199-201.
 
39. Computer modeling of processes of induction heating // News of the Belarus engineering academy, 2004, No 1(17)/1. Pp. 81-84.
Computer modeling and investigation of the hardening processes // Reports of Belarusian State University of Informatics and Radioelectronics, 2003. Vol. 1, No 3. Pp. 65-71.
 
38. Computer modeling and investigation of thermo-physical processes in steel parts during hardening // News of the Belarus engineering academy. 2003. No 1(15)/2. Pp.168–175.
 
37. Computer modeling of the processes of the heat treatment of metal details // News of the Belarus engineering academy, 2002. No 1(13)/2. Pp.155–158.
 


 

Other materials, conference proceedings and publications

 
36. Computer Modeling of Environmental Problems in the Oil and Gas Industry// Journal “Neft. Gaz. Novatsii” (Oil. Gas. Innovations), # 10(177), 2013.
 
35. Computer Simulation of Artificial Ground Freezing with Frost 3D Software // International Conference “Earth Cryology: XXI Century”, Pushchino, Russia. September 29 – October 03, 2013.
 
34. Computationally Efficient Numerical Method for Heat Transfer Problems in the Engineering of Foundations Construction on Permafrost Soils // International Conference “Earth Cryology: XXI Century”, Pushchino, Russia. September 29 – October 03, 2013.
 
33. Quasilinear Heat Equation in Three Dimensions and Stefan Problem in Permafrost Soils in the Frame of Alternating Directions Finite Difference Scheme// Proceedings of the World Congress on Engineering, London, U.K, July 3 – 5, 2013. Vol. I, Pp. 1-6.
 
32. Computer simulation is becoming more widely used for predicting the effects of industrial objects on the environment. // Journal “Industrial ecology. Oil and Gas”, 2012, No 1, Pp. 20-23.
 
31. Application of CUDA Technology for Parallel Computing Using Artificial Neural Networks // Information Technology and Software: Design, Development and Application: Collection of scientific articles / Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno; editorial board: Rudikova L.V. (ed.) [et al.] – Grodno: GrSU, 2011, Pp. 297-301.
 
30. Using Artificial Neural Networks for Predicting the Transfer of Suspended and Dissolved Contaminants on Soil Surface // Collection of scientific articles / Yanka Kupala State University of Grodno; editorial board: Rudikova L.V. (ed.) [et al.] – Grodno: GrSU, 2011, Pp. 186-189.
 
29. Development of Neural Networks for Predicting the Migration of Chemicals in Soil and Their Training Algorithms // Bulletin of BNTU, 2010, No 2. Pp. 33-39.
 
28. Methods and Algorithms of Expert Systems Hybridization for Predicting the Migration of Radioactive and Chemical Substances in Soil // Scientific and practical journal: Ecological Bulletin, 2009,No. 1. Pp. 76-86.
 
27. Implementation of Error Backpropagation Algorithm Using an Additional Signal // Bulletin of Polotsk State University, 2009, No. 9. Series C. Fundamental Sciences.
 
26. Numerical modeling of solute transport in soil taking into account non-equilibrium sorption // Proceedings of international science conference “Radiation and Ecosystems”. Homel. 2008. Pp. 59-63
 
25. Architecture of software “EcoView” for solving prediction solute transport tasks in soil// Proceedings of 8th international science conference “Saharov readings 2008: Environmental Problems of the XXI Century”. Minsk, May 22-23, 2008. Minsk. ISEU, 2008. Pp. 235-236.
 
24. Equations of heat and mass transport in deformable capillary-porous mediums // Proceedings of 8th international science conference “Saharov readings 2008: Environmental Problems of the XXI Century”. Minsk, May 22-23, 2008. Minsk. ISEU, 2008. Pp. 228-229.
 
23. Hybrid expert system framework development for prediction radionuclides transport in soil // Proceedings of International Scientific and Technical Conference ‘Science, education, ecology problem solution’. Russia, Ufa. 2007. Pp. 455-459.
 
22. Modeling of contaminant transport in soil using math package FEMLAB // Proceedings of International Scientific and Technical Conference ‘Science, education, ecology problem solution’. Russia, Ufa 2007. Pp. 451-455.
 
21. Efficiency of induction equipment application in heat treatment processes // Proceedings of VI International Scientific and Technical Conference “Materials, technologies and equipment in manufacturing, repairs and modernization of machines”. 2007. April 24-26. Novopolotsk. Vol. 2. Pp. 59-62.
 
20. Aspects of hybrid expert system construction for prediction radionuclides transport in soil // Proceedings of 7th international science conference “Saharov readings 2007: Environmental Problems of the XXI Century”. Minsk, May 17-18, 2007. / Minsk. ISEU, 2007. P. 229.
 
19. Application of expert systems for soil physical-chemical properties estimation // Proceedings of 7th international science conference “Saharov readings 2007: Environmental Problems of the XXI Century”. Minsk, May 17-18, 2007. / Minsk. ISEU, 2007. Pp. 228-229.
 
18. Numerical research of non-isothermal moisture transport influence on migration of solute in soil // Proceedings of 7th international science conference “Saharov readings 2007: Environmental Problems of the XXI Century”. Minsk, May 17-18, 2007. / Minsk. ISEU, 2007. Pp. 227-228.
 
17. Prospects of application for computer modeling methods for the analysis and migration forecasting radionuclides in environment // International conference proceeding “International Conference «Chernobyl 20 years after. Strategy for recovery and sustainable development of the affected regions”. 2006 April 19-21.// Minsk: Committee of the Chernobyl NPP catastrophe consequences problems under the Belarusian Council of Ministers. 2006. April 19-21. Vol. 2. Pp. 82-87.
 
16. Application of expert systems for prediction radionuclides and chemicals transport in soil // Proceedings of 6th international science conference “Saharov readings 2006: Environmental Problems of the XXI Century”. Minsk, May 18-19, 2006. Vol. 2. Minsk. ISEU, 2006. Pp. 162-166.
 
15. Study of radionuclides migration in soil using computer simulation // Proceedings of 6th international scientific conference «Saharov readings 2006: Environmental Problems of the XXI Century», Minsk. 2006. Vol 2, Pp. 155–158.
 
14. Mathematical Modeling of Radioactive Impurity Migration in Soil in View of Non-isothermal Moisture Transport// Proceedings of the Fifth European Conference on Ecological Modeling – Pushchino, Russia 19-23 September 2005. Pp. 104-105.
 
13. Computational modeling of radionuclide distribution in near-surface soil layer// Proceedings of 5th International Symposium “Actual problems of dosimetry”. Minsk. ISEU. 2005. Pp. 97–101.
 
12. Application of computer modeling for prediction radionuclides transport in soil // Proceedings of 5th international science conference “Saharov readings 2005: Environmental Problems of the XXI Century”. Minsk. 2005. Pp. 177-179.
 
11. Mathematical modeling of induction hardening using finite element method // Proceedings of international conference «Actual problems of the theory and practice of induction heating», St. Petersburg, 2005. Pp. 292–299.
 
10. Features of modeling of properties formation of metal details during induction hardening // Proceedings of XLIII International Conference “Actual problems of strength”/ Vol. 1. Vitebsk. 2004. P. 17
 
9. Modeling of the stress-strain condition of steel details during hardening // Proceedings of XLIII International Conference “Actual problems of strength”. Vol. 1. Vitebsk. 2004. Pp. 10-16.
 
8. Application of computer modeling for forecasting of mechanical properties of metal details after quenching // Proceedings of 3th international scientific and technical conference «Problems of designing and manufacture of radio-electronic means». Novopolotsk. PSU. 2004, Vol. 2, Pp. 197-200.
 
7. Architecture of software based on dynamic replaceable modules for modeling of technological processes // Proceedings of 3th international scientific and technical conference «Problems of designing and manufacture of radio-electronic means». Novopolotsk. PSU. 2004. Vol. 2. Pp. 88-91.
 
6. Virtual practical work “Simulation of heat treatment processes”// Information and network technologies – education of XXI century. Minsk. Technoprint. 2003. Pp. 62-64.
 
5. Development of complex model and software for modeling of heat treatment of metal details // Collection of scientific articles of international scientific-educational forum «Europe-2002» June 4. 2002. Minsk. EHU. 2003. Pp. 550-558.
 
4. Computer modeling of hardening processes// Materials of International Scientific and Technical Conference ‘Modern methods of machine designing. Analysis, designing and technology of manufacturing’. No 3. Vol. 3. Minsk. BNTU. 2002. Pp. 134-137.
 
3. Software for modeling hardening processes in steel parts // The collection of proceedings: Technology, the equipment, the automation, nondestructive check of processes of heating and hardening of details at the machine-building enterprises. Minsk.Technoprint. 2002. Pp. 105-109.
 
2. Modeling of heat treatment of steel parts with finite element method application // Proceedings of Youth Scientific and Technical Conference. Bryansk State Technical University. 2002. P. 21-24.
 
1. Features of modeling of microstructure on macro-level // Proceedings of 2th international scientific and technical conference «Problems of designing and manufacture of radio-electronic means». Novopolotsk. PSU. 2002. Vol. 2. Pp. 258–261