Science & Technology Group, Wi
The Science & Technology Group, LLC (ST Group) was established in 2010 on the basis of a private laboratory owned by the AGIS company (Mequon, Wl ), which for several years had been involved in the development of the vibration-cavitation technology.
Great scientific and industrial experience allowed the ST Group to quickly unite world level scientists who had already reached the outstanding scientific and technological achievements by confirming them through numerous publications, patents and real-world implementations.
ST Group specializes in the development of innovative technologies that represent its intellectual capital in many priority directions of scientific and industrial fields:
- Hydrodynamics and vibratory–cavitation technology, hydraulic pumps and sprayers of liquids, and green bio and chemical technologies;
- Aviation, Aerospace, Ground Transportation, Energy, Environment.
The specialists of ST Group have a variety of inventions in the field of new technologies and represent advisory services in following directions:
-Pulsing electrochemical technology for anti-corrosion and wear-resistant coatings;
- Physic-chemical methods for manufacturing structural materials, including thermo-resistive and conductive polymer/composite materials; -express methods and apparatus for emission spectral analysis of metals and alloys; -some others.
ST Group offers consulting services for conceptual and design phases of product and technology development in areas related to the fields and technologies listed above.
Offers and Consultation
New Materials and Metal Corrosion Protection
The efficient heat-resistant polymer-composite materials
We have developed technology of producing composite materials based on laddered high-molecular weight silicon-organic polymers, special fillers and some additives that are able to withstand the simultaneous action of high temperature, high pressure and high level of radiation, and even the influence of low temperature plasma flow and the accidental lightning strike.
All ingredients of those materials may be stored at the ambient temperature and assembled directly at the field by using traditional concrete technology. It could be used either for coating or for making shaped parts of required devices or special structures “on-the-fly”.
Polymer-based materials as coatings for steel structures protection against corrosion
By statistical data, just in the USA alone, corrosion yields annual loss of 40 billion dollars. We have great specialists and ideas on how to solve corrosion-related problems and use many advanced metallic and polymer-composite corrosion resistant materials.
The materials have been produced and successfully implemented as plastics against vitriolic/acidic corrosion at elevated temperatures, thermal and weathering resistant coatings, for example, floor coating, linings in galvanic baths, apparatuses, flues, chimney stacks, and etc. at plants of Power Energy, Civil Engineering, Chemical and other industries.
President of Science & Technology Group, LLC; MS in Physics/Computer Science, Inventor of 17 patents in the USA and USSR, 24 years of experience in Computer Technologies, International Business Management, and Computer Database Management.
Grigori Lishanski, Ph. D. of Sci. (In Phys.)
V / P, Specialist in the fields of: 1. Mechanical vibration processes in machines, mechanism, including vibration processes of fluid lifting; Discovered and authored The Vibration Hydraulic Effect and authored various types of vibrating pumps. Specialist in Applied Spectroscopy of low and high-temperature plasma for Emission Spectroscopy, the author of a new light source - a spark generator with electron control and the author of the method of obtaining combined discharges for spectral analysis of a metal. Author of the development of devices and methods for the interaction of combined electric and laser plasma for the deposition of metallic coatings and the method of sampling in spectral analysis of metals. The author of more than 100 inventions and patents, 82 publications, a number of his inventions find wide application in industries all over the world: Russia, Germany, USA, China, etc.
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Ilia I. Blekhman
Head of the laboratory and the Scientific Board of the Institute of Problems in Mechanical Engineering, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Professor, Doctor of Sci. (Phys.-Math.), member of the
National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics and the National Committee on Theory of Machines and Mechanisms.
Author of more than 430 scientific documents, 3 scientific registered discoveries,14 books, 40 inventions and patents.
Dr. Mark Krinker, Ph.D. (Physics), concerns with Physics of Geo-Pathogenic Zones and associated with that phenomenon of the Field Gyroscope. Develops conceptually new methods and instruments for studying these phenomena as well as the methods for a Non-Electromagnetic Communication and other applications of the Field Gyroscope. In addition, some works are devoted to Physics of the Lift and new unconventional methods of its generating, in particular, a proposed conception of the Electric Wing, Magnetic Flight, and so on.
The previous works were devoted to Physics of Semiconductors, Liquid Crystals and Measurement Science and Technology.
The author of more than 80 scientific publications, 12 documented inventions, a repeated Winner of scientific competition. A Member of Second-Physics – an International Research Group, and Association of Unconventional Science. A Member of IEEE.
At present, he runs Applied Phys Tech Research Laboratory in Brooklyn.
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Doctor of Science, Professor of several Moscow Universities. He was involved in the soviet aviation/rocket industries being responsible for engine design, computation and reliability in civil and transport aircrafts (from AN-12 to AN-124) and rockets (RD-170). Those air-space-craft engines have widely been used in the world. Since 1988, Bolonkin worked as Senior Researcher for NASA (Dryden Flight Research Center), Write-Paterson (Ohio) and in the U.S. Air Force (Eglin Research Centers, Florida) and was a lecturer in NYU, NJIT and CUNY.
He is an author of more than 180 scientific articles and books, 17 inventions, the expert concerning space, aircraft, energy and environment protection.
Dr. Lyubov Chigirinskaya, Ph.D. in Phys. Chemistry; R&D in Material Science, Electrochemistry, Corrosion of metals, alloys, stainless steel, coatings; surface modification. Another field of expertise is a patented, cost-effective, wet method of Nanofabrication/Magnetic Orientation/Sintering of superconductive ceramic wire and 2D/3D electric leads. Affiliations: Professor, Instructor in chemistry lab, ACS member; 4 patents, 60 publications.
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Evgeny Romanenko, President of WC, LLC, specializing in Precision Mechanics, Microelectronics, and Computer Technology.
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