Valentin Tenenev
Doctor of Physics and Mathematics, Professor
Born: September 11, 19491971: graduation from the Faculty of Physics and Engineering, Tomsk State University
19721988: Junior Research Worker and then Head of Laboratory in the research and production association “Altai”
1983: earned the degree of Candidate of Engineering
1986: received the title of Senior Research Worker
1993: earned the degree of Doctor of Physics and Mathematics
1997: Professor at the Department of Mathematical Modeling of Physical Processes
Since 1989 he has been Professor at the Department of Higher Mathematics, Kalashnikov Izhevsk State Technical University.
Research supervision of 4 Doctors of Science and 22 Candidates of Science.
Honorary Professor at the Izhevsk State Technical University, Honored Employee of Higher School of the Russian Federation.
Master of Sports in Mountaineering.
V.A. Tenenev specializes in the mathematical modeling of multiphase reactive flows in power plants using numerical methods. He works in an area where intelligent algorithms are applied in modeling complex systems.
Publications:
Vetchanin E. V., Mamaev I. S., Tenenev V. A.
The Selfpropulsion of a Body with Moving Internal Masses in a Viscous Fluid
2013, vol. 18, nos. 12, pp. 100117
Abstract
An investigation of the characteristics of motion of a rigid body with variable internal mass distribution in a viscous fluid is carried out on the basis of a joint numerical solution of the Navier–Stokes equations and equations of motion for a rigid body. A nonstationary threedimensional solution to the problem is found. The motion of a sphere and a dropshaped body in a viscous fluid in a gravitational field, which is caused by the motion of internal material points, is explored. The possibility of selfpropulsion of a body in an arbitrary given direction is shown.

Ramodanov S. M., Tenenev V. A., Treschev D. V.
Selfpropulsion of a Body with Rigid Surface and Variable Coefficient of Lift in a Perfect Fluid
2012, vol. 17, no. 6, pp. 547558
Abstract
We study the system of a 2D rigid body moving in an unbounded volume of incompressible, vortexfree perfect fluid which is at rest at infinity. The body is equipped with a gyrostat and a socalled Flettner rotor. Due to the latter the body is subject to a lifting force (Magnus effect). The rotational velocities of the gyrostat and the rotor are assumed to be known functions of time (control inputs). The equations of motion are presented in the form of the Kirchhoff equations. The integrals of motion are given in the case of piecewise continuous control. Using these integrals we obtain a (reduced) system of firstorder differential equations on the configuration space. Then an optimal control problem for several types of the inputs is solved using genetic algorithms.
