Basic Theoretical Thesises of Chemmotology

DOI: 10.32758/2071-5951-2020-0-5-54-59

УДК 665.7

Grishin N.N., Sereda V.V. (FAE «The 25th State Research Institute of Himmotology of Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation») E-mail:

Основные теоретические положения химмотологии

Keywords: chemmotology, theoretical thesises of chemmotology, evolution of theoretical chemmotological framework.


Toward the end of the 20th century fundamental theories of oxidation, combustion, friction, deterioration, corrosion and others were adapted to chemmotology systems: proposed an oscillatory-homogenous theory of the formation of free radicals in hydrocarbonated nature; demonstrated unsuitability of “physical” model of combustion for a description of working processes of engines; worked out a theory of boundary processes of grease and friction as applied with conjugate details; worked out the general patterns of tribochemical reactions in lubricant nature; developed the basis of theory of physico-chemical mechanics of pseudocolloidal systems. At the present moment established the general patterns of the effect of quality of combustion and composition of fuel during the period of delay of ignition, speed and volume of burning of hydrocarbons ; worked out a concept of quasiciliary formation of fuels, defining their condition of metastable state; proposed mechanism of abnormally —  fast internally flaming gasification of dispersing carbohydrate ; worked out an electro-kinetical model of quality state of engine oils in static and dynamic conditions and many others . Introduction of relevant theoretical basis will provide quantitative description of chemotological processes.


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