L. A. Melentiev Energy Systems Institute, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Irkutsk, Russia
Address: Russia, 664033, Irkutsk, Lermontova st., 130
Phone: +7 (39 52) 46 27 96
Number of persons: 5
Number of authors: 101
Number of publications: 200

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L. A. Melentiev Energy Systems Institute, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Irkutsk, RussiaThe Siberian Energy Institute (SEI) was established in August, 1960 within the Siberian Branch of the USSR Academy of Sciences. The institute owes its creation to the idea of comprehensive energy study and to Academican L. A. Melentiev, a prominent scientist in the energy field.

The key task of the Institute is comprehensive studies on energy in its broad sense and the objects of studies and applications are energy and physico-technical systems: fuel and energy complexes of areas, regions, country and world comprising electric power, heat-, oil- and gas-supply systems,coal industry, nuclear energy as well perspective energy technologies and equipment.

The scientific activity of ESI includes

  1. the theory of creating energy systems, complexes, plants and their management,
  2. scientific foundations and mechanisms for realization of the energy policy of Russia and its regions.

For the past 40 years the known scientific schools have shaped here in the following directions:
  1. The Theory and methods of systems studies in the energy sector;
  2. Study on interrelations between the economy and energy;
  3. Scientific and methodological support of energy programs for Russian, its regions and areas;
  4. Theory and methods for comprehensive study and control of reliability and survivability of the fuel and energy complex and energy systems;
  5. Theory and methods for management and control of electric power system operation and development;
  6. Theory of hydraulic circuits and methods for mathematical modelling and optimization of heat-, oil- and gas-supplying systems;
  7. Theory and methods of extreme thermodynamics;
  8. Methods for optimization of flow charts and parameters of thermal power plants;
  9. Methods for forecasting of natural and climatic processes;
  10. Mathematical methods for optimization and numerical analysis and their applications;
  11. New information-computer technologies in energy.

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Other institution names:
  • Siberian Energy Institute
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