Methodology

When research activities ordered by third parties are performed on UNU KKGS, the following methods are used:

  • Large-scale laboratory modeling of the physical phenomena that take place, when intense electromagnetic radiation and beams of charged particles injected from the Earth's surface and space vehicles, affect the near-Earth plasma
  • Laboratory tests of large-scale prototypes of geophysical instruments designed for installation onboard space vehicles, antenna devices for active experiments in near space and radio communication in aerial and space applications affected by electrostatic charging and beams of charged particles and plasma
  • Local diagnostics of plasma density using a hairpin microwave resonator probe
  • Laboratory modeling of wind-wave interaction on HSWWF
  • Studies of the profile of the average air-flow velocity on HSWWF
  • Studies of the profile of the average air-flow temperature on HSWWF
  • Studies of surface water roughness (wave parameters) on HSWWF
  • Studies of spatio-temporal water temperature distributions in LTST
  • Studies of underwater flows in on HSWWF