I have found these to be useful:
-Russia's Military Way to the West by Christopher Duffy.
-Engineering the Revolution: Arms and Enlightenment in France 1763-1815 by Ken Alder.
-The Development of Technical Education in France 1500-1850 by Frederick Artz.
-Tools of War: Instruments, Ideas, and Institutions of Warfare, 1445-1871, edited by John Lynn.
-The Military Experience in the Age of Reason by Christopher Duffy
-War in the Age of Enlightenment, 1700-1789 by Armstrong Starkey.
-Henry Lloyd and the Military Enlightenment of Eighteenth-Century Europe by Patrick Speelman.
-The Military History of Tsarist Russia edited by Frederick Kagan and Robin Higham.
-Tactics of the Russian Army in the Napoleonic Wars by Alexander Zhmodikov and Yurii Zhmodikov.
While all are not Russian-particular, all of them contribute to the period, especially in the development of armies and military education. I used all of them during my master's program in military history during which there was concentration on the development of the Russian army in one of the seminars.