Ranis Ibragimov

  • Mathematics And Physics Department
  • Ph.D., University of Wtaerloo, 2006
  • EMAIL: ibragimo@uwp.edu

Selected Publications

2017: Approximate and Invariant Solutions of a Mathematical Model Describing a Simple One-Dimensional Blood Flow of Variable Density, Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (1335-1354 pp.)

2017: Mathematical Modeling of Equatorial Atmospheric Waves Similar to Those Travelling along a Hexagon-shaped Path at the North Pole of Saturn, Mathematical Modeling of natural Phenomena (146-156 pp.)

2017: Mathematical Modelling Describing Effects of Corrugation Scales on Efficiency of Mixing in the Vicinity of Ocean’s Deep Continental Slope, Journal of Aquaculture & Marine Biology (10 pp.)

2017: Correlation Between Three-dimensional Sine Sweep Dynamics Vibration Testing and Resonantly Interacting Internal Gravity Wave Field, Mathematical Modeling of Natural Phenomena (9 -40 pp.)

2016: Conservation laws and invariant solutions of the non-linear governing equations associated with a thermodynamic model of a rotating detonation engine swith Korobeinikov's chemical source term, Elsevier (29-34 pp.)

2016: Self-adjointness, conservation laws and invariant solutions of the nonlinear governing equations associated with a thermodynamic model of a rotating detonation engines, International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics (29-34 pp.)

University Service

: Committee Member - Academic Policies Committee

Professional Service

: Editor, Associate Editor - Journal of Oceanology and Limnology, Springer
: Editor, Journal Editor - Journal "Mechanical Engineering Research"
: Editor, Associate Editor - Journal Discontinuity, Nonlinearity, and Complexity

UW System Service

2020: Committee Chair - Math Steering Committee
CSCI 231 - DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
CSCI 368 - MATHEMATICAL MODELING
MATH 111 - COLLEGE ALGEBRA I
MATH 221 - CALCULUS & ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I
MATH 223 - CALC & ANALYTIC GEOMETRY III
MATH 231 - DISCRETE MATHEMATICS
MATH 317 - DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
MATH 368 - MATHEMATICAL MODELING
MATH 401 - APPLIED MATHEMATICS
MATH 441 - ABSTRACT ALGEBRA
MATH 495 - SENIOR SEMINAR
MATH 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
PHYS 241 - SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMMING
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