Apse V.A.

Apse Vladimir A.

Degree: Candidate of Sciences (PhD) in Technology

Head of a Research Sector

Department of Experimental and Theoretical Physics of Nuclear Reactors (5) / Institute of Nuclear Physics and Engineering
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Languages

english
Works at MEPhI since 1965
Work Experience: 53 years

Education

1965 — National Research Nuclear University MEPhI

Courses

1. Nuclear Fuel Cycle
2. Nuclear Technologies
3. Nuclear Technologies and Fuel Cycle Ecology
4. Principles of Nuclear Technologies
5. Principles of Radioactive Waste Management
6. Radioactive Waste Management
7. Special Materiales and Security of Nuclear Fuel Cycle
8. Special Materials and Security of Nuclear Fuel Cycle
9. Term Project: Design and Choice of NPP Equipment, NPP Safety and Efficiency
10. Term Project: Design and Equipment Selection for Nuclear Power Plants (Npps); Safety and Efficiency of Npps
11. Term Project: Design and Equipment Selection for Nuclear Reactors; Safety and Efficiency of Nuclear Reactors

Publication activity

2
h-index (Web of Science)
5
h-index (Scopus)
  1. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Calculational model and physical and technical factors that determine plutonium proliferation protection // Izvestiya Wysshikh Uchebnykh Zawedeniy, Yadernaya Energetika, 2018 Vol. 2018, No. 1, Q4 pp. 23-32 doi
  2. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Quantitative evaluation of plutonium proliferation protection // Izvestiya Wysshikh Uchebnykh Zawedeniy, Yadernaya Energetika, 2018 No. 2, Q4 pp. 37-46 doi
  3. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Safety Based on Reflector Neutrons // Atomic Energy, 2018 Vol. 123, No. 4, Q4 pp. 290-291 doi
  4. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Safety Analysis Based on Delayed and Prompt Neutrons // Atomic Energy, 2018 Vol. 123, No. 3, Q4 pp. 209-210 doi
  5. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Role of Fast-Reactor Reflector Neutrons in Increasing Fission Chain Reaction Resistance to Rapid Runaway // Atomic Energy, 2018 Q4 pp. 1-2 doi
  6. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Peculiarities of the fast reactor with reflector from lead-208 // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2018 Vol. 1133, No. 1, Q4 doi
  7. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Nuclear safety of the fast reactor with 208Pb-reflector at neutron flash above effective fraction of delayed neutrons // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2018 Vol. 1133, No. 1, Q4 doi
  8. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Models of the in-hour equation for fast reactors surrounded by a physically thick neutron reflector for upgrading the reactor safety // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2018 Vol. 1133, No. 1, Q4 doi
  9. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Use of Neptunium-containing Fuel in Lead-cooled Fast Reactor // Physics of Atomic Nuclei, 2018 Vol. 81, No. 11, Q3 pp. 1531-1535 doi
  10. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Improved safety fast reactor with reservoir for delayed neutrons generating // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 781, No. 1 doi
  11. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    On fundamental quality of fission chain reaction to oppose rapid runaways of nuclear reactors // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 781, No. 1 doi
  12. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Closed fuel cycle with increased fuel burn-up and economy applying of thorium resources // Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 2017 Vol. 781, No. 1 doi
  13. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Radiogenic lead from poly-metallic thorium ores as a valuable material for advanced nuclear facilities // Kerntechnik, 2017 Vol. 82, No. 1, Q3 pp. 87-91 doi
  14. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Protactinium-231 as a new fissionable material for nuclear reactors that can produce nuclear fuel with stable neutron-multiplying properties // KERNTECHNIK, 2016 Vol. 81, No. 1, Q3 pp. 34-37 doi
  15. Article
    MEPhI publication
    Role of (n,2n) Reactions in Transmutation of Long-Lived Fission Products // NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND ENGINEERING, 2016 Vol. Т. 7, No. N 2 pp. 85-91
  16. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Use of molybdenum as a structural material of fuel elements for improving nuclear reactors safety // KERNTECHNIK, 2016 Vol. 81, No. 6, Q2 pp. 596-598 doi
  17. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Fuel cycle of Russian nuclear power with involvement of thorium resources and thermonuclear neutron source with Th-Blanket // Izvestiya Wysshikh Uchebnykh Zawedeniy, Yadernaya Energetika, 2016 No. 1 pp. 111-118
  18. Article
    MEPhI publication
    On the Correctness of Analysis of Physical and Technical Factors Determining the Barrier of Proliferation Resistance of Plutonium in the U–Pu Fuel Cycle // Nuclear Physics and Engineering, 2015 Vol. Т. 6, No. N 1-2 pp. 47
  19. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Hybrid fusion–fission reactor with a thorium blanket: Its potential in the fuel cycle of nuclear reactors // Physics of Atomic Nuclei, 2015 Vol. 78, No. 10, Q3 pp. 1100-1111 doi
  20. Article
    MEPhI publication
    Role of the Neutron Lifetime in Prompt Neutron Excursions (Model Analysis) // Nuclear Physics and Engineering, 2014 Vol. Т. 5, No. N 7-8 pp. 578-592
  21. Article
    Web of Science & Scopus
    Unique role of thorium in closed (Th-U-Pu)-fuel cycle due to the involvement of hybrid fusion-fission reactors with Th-blanket to generate advanced (231Pa+232U+233U)-fuel: Long-life power reactor cores and non-proliferation // Thorium: Chemical Properties, Uses and Environmental Effects, 2014 pp. 211-239

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