Aleksandr Yu. Baranov

Work place:

Research and Production Company “KRION”, Ltd, Saint Petersburg, 197375, Russian Federation; ITMO University, Saint Petersburg, 197101, Russian Federation

Post:

Department Head for Scientific Studies; Professor of Practice

Degree:

D.Sc., Professor

E-mail: abaranov@itmo.ru

Aleksandr Yu. Baranov, Anna Savelyeva, Sidorova A. Yu., Kartseva Yu. A. Estimation of size of the supply of warmth through the top section individual criopools

The article was published in issue 2 of 2010

Aleksandr Yu. Baranov, Baranov V. A., Le Cointe V. M. About selection of technique of cryostatting technology of the individual cryosauna bath

The article was published in issue 1 of 2008

Aleksandr Yu. Baranov, Malysheva T. A. Heat transfer in the organism under whole body cryotherapy

The article was published in issue 2 of 2012

Aleksandr Yu. Baranov, Malysheva T. A., Anna Savelyeva, Sidorova A. Yu. Choosing the pattern of whole body cryotherapy

The article was published in issue 4 of 2012

Aleksandr Yu. Baranov Artificial refrigeration at the service of health

The article was published in issue 1 of 2006

Aleksandr Yu. Baranov, Malysheva T. A. Simulation of skin cryotherapy

The article was published in issue 1 of 2017

Aleksandr Yu. Baranov, Ivanov V.I., Osina A., Sinkova V.A., Shestakova O.A. Monitoring of temperature of gas in the zone WBC

The article was published in issue 4 of 2017

Aleksandr Yu. Baranov, Filatova O.A., Vasilenok A.V., Safonov A.V., Sokolova E.V. Energy requirements for nitrogen cooling systems of WBC units

The article was published in issue 1 of 2019

Yerezhep D.E. , Aleksandr Yu. Baranov Analysis of the clothing effect in the procedure of cryotherapy using computer simulation

The article was published in issue 4 of 2019

Ivanov L. V., Aleksandr Yu. Baranov, Malysheva T. A., Andreev Anatoliy M. Selection of cryogenic tanks for modernization of small-scale LNG carriers

The article was published in issue 1 of 2021

Ivanov L. V., Aleksandr Yu. Baranov Selection of effective cargo containment systems (LNG) for self-propelled and tug and barge transport

The article was published in issue 2 of 2021