Alexander Shkarovskiy

Professor of the Technical University of Koszalin (Poland) and St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (Russia), Doctor of Technical Sciences.

The main directions of scientific activity:

theory and practice of improving the efficiency and environmental friendliness of fuel use;
methods for improving the efficiency of thermal neutralization of gas-vapor emissions;
theory and practice of reducing air pollution by burning fuel;
improving the efficiency of heating systems.

Author of more than 200 scientific publications on these problems, including 7 monographs. The author of the hypothesis of pulsating accumulation of nitrogen oxides in a turbulent flame. The participant of the largest international conferences in the Russian Federation, Portugal, Japan, Slovenia, Australia, Turkey, France, Poland. Author of 4 textbooks and more than 10 study guides on heat and gas supply. A member of many international scientific societies.