Professor Daniel Doubochinski
Danil Doubochinski, author of over 70 scientific-technical research papers and 6 international patents, belongs to one of a handful of persons alive today, who have made truly fundamental innovations to both theoretical and applied science. As in other cases of fundamental innovations, understanding and assimilating Doubochinski's work requires a special kind of intellectual effort on the part of the reader. The difficulty lies not so much in technical details, as in the circumstance, that this work involves new conceptions and a novel approach to some central problems of science and technology, which run counter to established habits of thinking.
Doubochinski's main accomplishments can be summed up in four points:
I. The experimental discovery, in 1968-69, of a fundamentally new phenomenon in vibrating systems -- so-called argumental oscillations and the Macroscopic Quantization Effect MQE (see explanation below) -- and, connected with this, of a fundamentally new principle and method for transforming energy from one form into another.
II. Extensive experimental and theoretical investigations in the field of argumental oscillations, multiply-coupled oscillators and related areas, carried out under Doubochinski's direction in laboratories and institutes of the USSR in the period 1969-1989. Growing out of this work, and continuing until today, the elaboration of a new conceptual framework for theoretical physics, based on a new conception of physical objects and of the interactions among physical objects.
III. Development of innovative approaches and applications to a wide variety of problems in applied physics and engineering, leading (among other things) to a series of new technologies and inventions having enormous commercial and economic potential. These applications have the common feature, that they require many times less energy, and are technically simpler and cheaper to realize, than existing conventional solutions. Six international patents obtained in the period 1990-2004.
IV. Construction and operation of a variety of laboratory prototypes for: (a) cooling and refrigeration, both for domestic and industrial use; (b) atomization of liquids into extremely fine (submicron) droplets; (c) desalination of sea water and, more generally, the separation of physical media into constituent components; (d) the preparation of highly-stable emulsions, with application to the production of synthetic fuels. The parameters of these prototypes have been independently measured and certified by leading industrial laboratories in France, including Bureau VERITAS, LAMI / ENPC-LCPC, and the Research Center of ELF/TOTAL. Application studies, carried out during 2006-2009 on contract from the companies AREVA and ENERTHERM, have confirmed the energy-efficiency, economic advantages and environmentally-friendly character of Doubochinki's technologies.