Generalov Mikhail

Doctor of Technical Sciences

Professor of the Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education “Moscow Polytechnic University”

Contact Information:

Moscow, st. Avtozavodskaya, 16, Moscow Polytechnic.
E-mail: nano@mami.ru;

Tel. mob. 8-905-761-14-60.

Profile

  • Head of the Department of Machines and Devices of Chemical Production.

  • Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation.

  • Laureate of the USSR State Prize.

  • Laureate of the RF Government Prize.

  • Member of the International Academy of Engineering.

  • Author of over 400 scientific works, including 6 monographs, 12 textbooks in the field of mechanics of solid dispersed media and chemical technology of energy-saturated materials and products.

  • 8 doctors and 48 candidates of technical sciences were trained.

Research interests

Improving the efficiency of the main processes of chemical technology and creating resource and energy-saving technological equipment.

Primary publications

  1. Assessment of the state of chemical engineering in the development strategy of the chemical complex of Russia // Chemical and oil and gas engineering, No. 3, 2005. P. 3-6. (no co-authors).
  2. Nanomaterials in the chemical industry // Chemical and Oil and Gas Engineering. No. 7, 2007. P.14-20 (without co-authors).
  3. Cryochemical method of obtaining nanomaterials // Chemical technology, vol. 8, No. 6, 2007. P. 244-250 (co-author: Trutnev N.S.).
  4. Cryochemical method of obtaining nanodispersed materials // Chemical and Oil and Gas Engineering, 2009, no. 2, p. 12-15 (co-author: Platov I.V.)
  5. Kinetics and structural nanoformation during crystallization of binary eutectic solutions of salts // Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Technology, No. 3, 2013 (without co-authors).
  6. Nano-sized structure formation in the process of crystallization of eutectic binary solutions // Chemical and Oil and Gas Engineering, no. 7, 2012, p. 21-23 (without coauthors).
  7. Heterogeneous crystallization of suspensions containing carbon nanotubes // Theoretical Foundations of Chemical Technology, vol. 48, no. 4, 2014, p. 372-378 (without coauthors).