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1Shuvalov VA. Proposals for the ISS: «Diagnostics» Experiment Diagnostics, monitoring, and study of a set of parameters of the ionospheric plasma and environment near the ISS. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2000 ;6(4):060-061.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Priymak AI, 2Reznichenko NP, 1Tokmak NA, 2Kochubei GS. Contact diagnostics of the ionosphere and laboratory plasma. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2004 ;10(2-3):003-015.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Priymak AI, 2Bandel KA, 2Kochubey GS, 1Tokmak NA. Effects of magnetohydrodynamic control in heat exchange and decelaration of magnetized bodies in the earth's atmosphere and magnetosphere. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2008 ;14(4):27-38.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Kochubey GS, 2Priymak AI, 3Gubin VV, 2Reznichenko NP. Simulation of radiative electrization of spacecraft leeward surfaces in the ionosphere. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2001 ;7(5-6):030-043.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Lukenjuk AA, 1Pismennyi NI, 1Kulagin SN. Probe diagnostics of laboratory and ionospheric rarefied plasma flows. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2013 ;19(1):13-19.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Bandel KA, 2Priymak AI, 2Kochubey GS. Magnetohydrodynamic deceleration of «magnetized» planets in solar wind plasma. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2009 ;15(6):03-13.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Korepanov VE, 2Lukenyuk AA, 1Tokmak NA, 3Kochubey GS. Modeling of probe measurements of plasma environment parameters onboard the spacecraft «Sich-2». Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2012 ;18(6):05–13.
1Shuvalov VA, 1Pismennyi NI, 2Kochubey GS, 3Nosikov SV. Power losses for solar arrays of a spacecraft in the Earth’s polar ionosphere and magnetosphere. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2011 ;17(3):05-15.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Priymak AI, 3Gubin VV. Simulation of radiative electrization of spacecraft in the ionosphere and magnetosphere. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 1998 ;4(5):28–35.
1Shuvalov VA, 2Tikhii VG, 2Potapovych LP, 3Priymak AI, 1Pismennyi NI, 3Kochubey GS. Molecular contamination of spacecraft surfaces in thermostatic control and orbital injection of launch vehicle nose cone. Kosm. nauka tehnol. 2007 ;13(3):003-011.