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AGAREDV, L., Inchener, Device for welding steel flanges to pipes. Mor.flot 15 no.3231 mr 155. (MLRA 8:5) (Pipe.flangea-Welding) AGARKOV, L.A. Dock repaira of brass screw propellers by electric arc velding. Trudy NTO sud, prom, no~33:125-126 159m (MIRA 13:9) (Propellers-Kaintenance and repair) (Electric welding) kGAMVj L.A. ~ inzh. Welding Br. Mtv5 bronta. Svar. proizv. no.3:36-37 Mr 161.. (KMk 14 -.3) (Bronze--,~Ielding) AGMOV p L' 14, ---- -- 1:~!4 insh.; iKOMWCHENKO 9 A.G., inzh. First Crimean conference on welding. Byer. proirv. n0-4:42 Ap 161,,, (KIRA 14:3) (Welding-Cong-resoes) KODOIBENKO , D. V.J. agronom (Belogorodskuy-a of) f ); KA I HIOVSKI Y, m. V. , avronom (BelAcgorodskaya oblastv);,11GARKOV, agronom (Belngorodskaya oblast'); YAKOVIFV', Ira N6i discoveries break the old stereoty-PA. Zeirledelie 26 no. 4!88-89 Ap 164. (MIRA 17-5) AGARKOV, V. Work of the grain drying and cleaning tower has been improved. Muk.-elav. prom. 24 no.10:28 0 '58. (MIRA 11:12) l.Makinskiy khlebopriyemnyy punkt Akmolinskoy oblasti. (Akmolinek Province--Grain elevators) AGARKOV, V. Strong wheats should not be rejected on the basis of varietal purity. Mak.-elev. prom. 29 no.2:11-12 F '63. (MIRA 16:8) 1. TSelinnoye krayevoye upravleniye Gosudarstvennoy khlebnoy inspektsii Ministerstva proizvocistva i zagotovok sallskokhozyaystvehnykh produktov Kazakhakoy SSR. (Virgin Territory-Wheat-Grading) AGARKOV, V. Fraternal union and friendship forever. Vnesh, torg. 43 no.12:13-15 163. (NIRA 17:2) AGARKOV, V. A. AGARKVO, V. A. "Hot Water Treatment of SprinE.,- and Winter Whev t Seeds against Smut," Selektaiia i Semenovodetyo..vol. 14, no. 2, 1947, pp. 67-69. 61.9 Se5 SO: SIRA, SI 90-53, 15 Dec. 1953 AURAftuv ) V ol .. 1- f'Parasitizaticn of the Botrytis Fangus on Buck-,ihea! and Esrarsette", :'election and Seed Growing, No. 10, p 6, 1950. AGARKOV, V. A. AGAPKOV, V. A. "BpeterlDnis of Bvrley Endospem" SulyktoliE I �8m2Aovodqtvo, vol. 17, no. 6, 1950, PP- 4-8-50. 61.9 Se 5 SO: SIRA, SI 90-53, 15 Dec. 1953 AGARKOV. V. A. Ar,ARXDV, V. A. "Ptinsitism of Botrytis cinerea on Buckw'~:eA end Sainfoin,11 a2j.eLict~iis i Semenovodstvo, Vol. 17, no. 10 1950, --0- 6"7. 61.9 Se5 SO: SIRA, SI 90-53, 15 Dec. 1953 AGARKOV, V. A. AGARKOV, V. A. I'lllorpholop-7 of the. l4ani4'estttion tina Enrly Ditignosis of Smut in Millet," Selektsiia i Semenovod8tvo 'vol. 18, no. 10, 1951,pp. 21-28 61.9 Se5 SO: SIRA, SI 90-53, 15 Dec. 1953 USSR / Plant Diseases. Diseases of Cultivated Plants. hf Abs Jour Ref Zhur - Biologiya, No 16, 25 Aug 57, 69519 Author Title Virus-Wheat Diseases in Vinnits Region Orig Pub Zashchita rast. ot vredit. i boleznei, 1956, No 3, 31-34 Abstract These are results of experiments conducted by the author in Uladovo-lyulinetsk and other regional experijrental stations and on some collective farffls. Three ty .pes of disease are described. The first is found in the spring on plants in stages of sprouting or stem formation. The plants lag in growth, turn yellow, become busby. The second appears be- ginning with the flowering staFe in healthy plants. In addition to dwarfishness and bushiness, the characteristic manifestation is sterility and proliferation of flowers, which are transformed into shoots, and the flower pelli- cles which form small leaves. The third type is observed Card 1/2 USSR / Plant Discasss. Diseases of Cultiv ated Plants. N Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Biologlya.. No 16, 25 AuF 57, 69519 Abstract : at the time of wheat ear formation in winter wheat and is characterized by the presence of longitudihal (the whole length of the leaf and of -varied width) lines of lemon- yellow and whitish flowers, The appearance of bushiness without proliferation of flowers is noted. The losses of crops caused by these diseases are very great. In the au- thor's opinion, the 1st type of diseise is caused by a wintar wheat mosaic virus. The two other forms of the di- sease are virus diseases, and their carriers are cicadas. Card 212 USSR/Plant Diseases Disease if Cultivaltblod Pla.-,tr,. Abs Jour Ref Zhur - Biols, 110 15, 1953, 68549 Aut~or Agarkov, V.A. List Title The Dry Method of Treating Sugar Beet Transplants. Oft 9 Pub AGrobiologLya, 1957, Vto 3, 146-148. 0-3 Abstract In ViluAtakaya Oblast' a dry method of fungiade treat- ment of sufpr beet roots for transplantation has been adopted in rust control which attacks the sugar beet in the end of vegetntion; the root lowiches, after being clemie& of shoots, are imorccd in a raxture 'of gTanosall and slaked lime. If the maternal roots are not severely infected, a rlUcture of one part grancsan to 15-17 parts line can be used. About three kiloExams of pni'losan and 42-45 kilograms of slaked 11me should be ciioi-,L(~i per An- lie case of average or gle hectare of transplants. In tL severe infection it 15 nocessary to use a mixture of one Card 1/2 1: G c c ~ 'V- C s t 0 c 0l 41c ILI ie.J- r,-; t7 'Vt. a o 1, U C) fl 9/ Cl d ie t o h Ste -AS, i I Ye D. AGARKOVI V-A* kand. sel'skokhozyaystvennykh nauk. % -------- z Tr m eating barley seeds with granosan to control helrdnthosporiasis, Agrobiologiia no.1:125-128 Ja-F 158. (MIRA 11:21 1, Uladovo-lVulinetslmya opytno-selektsionnaya etanteiya,, Vinnitskaya oblast'. (Granosan) (Barley-Diseaeos and posts) (Seeds-Disinfeetion) 404gEo~l, ~.A., Izand.sel'skokhozyaystvennykh nauk Recent data on determining the rot-resistance of E;ugBr beet roots. Agrobiologiin no.4:583-587 Jl-Ag 160. (MMA 13:8) 1. Sallskokhozyayotvannyy inatitut. g. Komenets-Podol'sk. (;S~igar b6ets--Disesse and pest resistance) AGAMOV, V.A.,_ kgW.,9el'skokhQz.nauk Erroreous recomendationso taahch, rast. ot vred. i bol. 6 no.3:61 ~~ 163.0 (MIRA 15: 6) 1. Kamenets-Podoltakiy sellskokliozyaystvamiyy institut. (sugar beets--Diseases and pests) AGARK07-2-V.- A.,, kand. sell9kokhoz. nauks dotsent Sugar b"t ruot, Zmohoh, ratit. ot vred. i bol. 5 no-1-1:36-38 N '60o (MIRA 26:1) 1. Kamneto~~dollokiy sallskokhozyayst"nnyy institut. (Sugar beets-DiseaBes and pests) (Rusto(llungfl) AGk'RKOV, V.A., kand.sellskokhos.nauk, doteent (Kk-Aenets-Podollsk) Dwarf b6t of vheat in Khmellnitskiy Province. Zashch. IlLste ot vred. i bole 6 8 1 Ag 163. * .- (MIR& 15.'12) (Khmellnitekiy-p= 0 at-Dieeases and pests) n (Mmllni skiy nee-Smuts) ~' ~ne AGAMOV, Vok.. kand. sellskokhoz. mm* The sugar beet miner Gnorimoschema ocellatella Bo7d. in Kamenete-Podollskiy District. Zashch. rast. ot vred. i bol. 6 no.n954 N 161. (MIRA 16--4) (Kwwnete-Podollskiy District-Sugar ~eta-Diseases and pests) (Kawnets-Podollskiy District-leaf miners-Fatermination) NOURINA, T.M.; ISMAILOV, M.G.; TIMCHENKO, Y.L., aspirant; 1- ABBASOV, Ya.M., aspirant; KOROSTELEVA, Z.G., antomolog; AGARKOV, V.A., kand.sellskokhoz.nauk- Brief reports. Zashch. rast. ot vred. i bol. 7 no.2:53-54 F 62. (MIRA 15:12) 1. Agronom po zashchith rasteniy Khar3kovskogo rayona (for Nozdrina). .2. Azerbaydzhanskiy institut zashchity rasteniy, Kiro~ubad (for Ismallov). 3. Ukrainskiy institut ovoshchevodstva. i kartofelyap Kharlkov (for Timchenko). '4. AzerbaydzhanBkiy institut khlopkovodstva, Kirovabad, (for Abbasov). I.. Tambovskiy entomofitouchastok, Sovkhoz "Komsomolets" (for Korosteleva). 6. Kamenets-Podollskiy seDskokhozyaystvemyy institut, Khmellnitskaya obl. (for Agarkov). (Planto, Proteration of) AGARIKOV, V.A., kand. sel'3kokhoz. nauk Pale-green dwarfness of winter wheat. Zashch. rast. ot vre-d. a bol. 9 no.7:17 164. (muiA 18.'2) 1. Laboratorlya rustitelInykh virusov Ukra-Inskogo nauchno-Is."'Ac., dovatellskogo instituta zerna i produktov y~,go pererabotk-L., Chernigov. G Ft ~7, 11, V:!r,-.i'l I-Ii-hit-groon dwfirf -)f i In (!okl. vys. nlikuly; b': cl. nuuld Re mondovana labcr~A,~)rl: cdova L-0 1~-.kovo n.,-, u fa zmvh r,*-; tt -~,l J`uly 2:01 1964. _~q _664(111 AUJ.': Ktidhe)tov, I.M. and Agarkov, V.F. 130-58-2-12/21 TITLE: Rationalisation of Roll-pass Designs on a 280 Mill (Ratsionalizatsiya kalibrovok na stane 280) PERIODICAL: Metallurg, 1958, pr 21 pp 22 - 23 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The 280-mill at the Salda Jiletallurgical Works is in two lines: the roughing line has two three-high 375 stands and one tvo-high, while the finishing line has five tio-high 280 stands. Among the products of the mill are 35 x 35 x4 mm and 45 x 33 x 4 mm angles and 55 x 25 x 4 mm window-frame channel. The author gives diagrams (Figs. 2, 3 and 4, respectively) of the old and new roll-pass designs for these sections and enumerates the advantages resulting from the adoption of the new system, including higher productivity (15-2(Ylo), fewer operatives, better quality (1001o' less of second quality) product and decreased roll consumption in the finishing line. There are 4 figures. ASSOCIATION: Saldinskii . metallur icheskiy zavod (Salda Metailurgical Works5 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 1/1 1. Rol-ling mills-Operation rorov 1, N ta.,uAn. V. A., and Ar,,r~.v, V, Y, TIT18i -Cinaterinr ISe 7~o_~hikoiojj ol a V~rohint VilikA jqLL _L'jiF,11on i of Rods from Titqntum Allola n R UetolliTr-g-ic~l ~iorke PMIODICkLt TevetWe metally, 1960. Yi~ 5, VP 57-61 (USSR) ILBSTRACT f The possibility of rolling rods from titanium nad It@ 112-1)tom a merchant =111 and tho quAlity allo7a of the products made were investigated. Cbemical "alysen at the ingots rolled axe given In Taols 1. Ingots of OT4 allo re btalned by a vacuo-arCou molting sal those of ITZ_-~b;1 d0oulble vacuo meltktg. in ve2le for rolling forged squares 80 x 80 to 210 ~- 2~O =, 1100 to 1400 nn long were used. The rollizr,~,ds done on a mill 600 with water tooling of bearin "d 11 at a rolling velocity 2 to 2.? m/seo (Table 21! Tom~:rasuro of the beginning of rolling 1020 to 1070 0 *.-A that of the and of rolling 950 to 9600C. The main parameters of roll passes for rolling rods of 16 ms diameter are given In Table 3i mechanical properties of rolled and 6nnealeA products Card 112 are given in Table 4, examples of the microstructure of rods are reproduced in Pigs I to 3, a comparison of the appearance of the surface of forged V~Ss6d &Ad -11 d rods fro VTZ--1 alloy is shown In Fig 4. It is i ..Itaed k that rolLing of titanium alloys is feasible. Uni; Conditions, sesie for rolling should be forged a 230 x 230 mm 1100 to 14W am long. In order to the beat structure in finished products, rolling should be fin shod at a lower temperatu" , its below the rLn&a of the 0 ph"*. Them are 4 figures &a 4 tables. GREMNI, X.A.; KUDRYAVAYA, N.A.; MALICHENKO, T.V.; AGARKM[,-Xa-.b. Nev method of u9ing conpressed air in open-hearth practice. Stall 22 no.11:997-999 N 162. (KRA 15:11) (Open-hearth procaso) (Cmpre3aed air) KLYUCHMOV., A.D.; AGARKOV., Ye.Ye. Generalization of some studies of radiatiire heat transfer in a flamg furnam, Inzh,-fiz, zhur. 6 no.6278-4 Je 163. (MIRA 106) 1. Energeticheskiy institut, g. Moskva. (Beat-Radiation and absorption) (Furnaces) AGARNOTA A.E.- - 7nn!!N Movement of southern cyclones 'ro the Kamchatlm area during the cold season of the year. Trudy DallnevostX-AI no,10.- 68-92 160. - - - - "I"LIA 13:8) (Kamehatim regi on-4ye lone 9) A?6olgo2a SOURCE; COU-- UR16f~~165760~1 f0;W 0 AUTHOR: Proshonkova, N. N.; Salova, A.J.;_Narkova, G. A. ORG: Department of Analytical Chemistry and Department of Physicochomical Studies of Metallurigeal Processoss, Chelyabinsk Pol chnic Institute (Kafedra analiticheskoy, X-te khimii i kafedra Miko-khImicheskikh Issledovaniy met~allurgichoskikh protsessovj Chelyabinskiy politekhnichaskiy institut) 11 0 TITIS: Rapid method of determininq germanium in polymetallio sulfide materials SOURCE: IVUZ. Khimlya i khimicheskaya takhnologiya, v. 8,, no. 62 1965, ing-io3o TOPIC TAGSt gerrdaniuml, hydrogen peroxidep chemical decomposition, quantitative analysis , %704F~D& ABSTRACT: In order to speed up the decomposition of polymetallic, sulfide samiples used in the determination of germaniumy the authors propose that a 6% solution of hydrogen peroxidn be added to the mixture of sulfuric and nitric acid usually enmloyed. Comparative experiments involving the use of different decomposition mAhods were carried out on material of the following composition (%): Zn, 52.0; Fb, traces; S, 17.45; SiC2, 17.56; Cu, 1.90; %O~, 0.30; A12c~, 3.44; cao, 2.36; MgO, traces; other, 4.99. Germanium was separated by extraction with CC24 and determined colorimetrically, with phonylfluorono as the indicator. The addition of Card ,ACC NR: AP6olgom -H202 was found to reduce the time of the decomposition by a factor of 10 to 20. The improvement in the conditions of decomposition thus achieved is due to the oxidizing action of the intermediate compo6ds formed (H2SO5,, Na2 , NNN03), and to the direct action of the peroxide on the sulfides. Orig. art. %ass I table. SUB COX: 07/ SUM DATE: 27APr64/ OTH REF: 001 Card 2/2 17 -7 EFSHMYN2 F.G., prof.; AGARKOVA, L G; DREYZIN, R.S.; SCROKINA, Ye.YU. k, T.Ya., Acute respiratory diseases in children caused by the 7a type of ademovirus* Sov. med. 25 no.2:81-85 F 162. OMA 15:3) 1. Iz Instituta virusologii PlUl SSSR (dir. - prof. P.N. Kosyakov) i Doma rebanka No.2 (zav. Ye.S. Zhuchina). (ADENOVIRUS IlTECTIONS) (RESPIRATORY ORGAES-DISMES) KUPERMAN, P.I.; GRYAZNOV, N.S.; MOCRALOV, V.V.; FROLOV, V.V.; MUSTAFIN, F.A.; PUSHKASH, I.I.; SLAVGCRODSKIY, M.V;; LAZAREV, B.L.; BORISOV, V.I.; Prinimali uch"tiye: CHERKASOV, N.Kh.; ZLBRODSKIY, M.P.; RTrCHENKO, AjI.; RUTKOVSKAYA, Ye.N.; SAITBURGANOVA, N.I.; SHTAGER, A.A.; SHISHLOVA, T.L; BUDOL', Z.P.; MENISHIKOVA, R.I.'; GORELOV, L.A.; _AQ,&RK0VAv-_X.M-; KOUROV, V.Ya.,- KOGAN, L.A.; BEZDVERNYY, G.N.; POKROVSKIY, B.I. Effect of the lengthening of the coking time on,the coke quality and testing of coke in the blast furnace process. Koks i khim. no.9: 23-28 163. -(MIR& 16:9) 1. Vostochnyy uglekhimichesk.,y institut (for Kuperman, Gryaznov, Mochalov, Kogan, Bezdvernyy, Pokro-iskiv). 2. Urallskiy institut chern.vkh metallov (for Frolov). .3. Nizhne-Tagillskiy metallurgicheskiy kombinat (for Mustafin, Pushkash, Slavgorodskiyj -Lazarev, Cherkasov, Zabrodskiy, W,,chenko, Rutkovskaya, Saitburganova, Shtager, Shishlo* Budoll, MA-m1whikova). 4. Koksokhimstantsiya (for Borisov Gorelov, Agarkovai Kourov). ~Coke_Testing) AGARKOVA~ M.I. Department of technical information and introduction of new equipmento Biul, tekh.-ekon. informo'Gos. nauch.-issl, ins t. nauch. I tekh.inform, 18 no,1:67-68 Ja 165. (MIRA 1814) VOINOV, S.G.; F.,',I-II',IIIIKOV, Yo.,;.; TOPILISKIY, P.V.; BOTHOITA, M.; YTT-.~, -1; V,G, - :11-7,' ("', 7.1 j':USOY, F,- - SHALIMOV, A.G.; Prinimali-nohastiya: IOMY-V.N.; CHABULzNKO, N.I,-. Developing a procedure for the making of limestone and alumina Demifinished products for the preparation of synthetic slag. Stall 22 no.2:12&132 F 162. (MM 15:2) (Slag) (Eleotric furnaces) SIMLIKOV, V.I.; SHCHEDROVITSKIY, U.S., KADARMETOV, 1%.N.; BRIKOVA, O.V.; SHIRYAYEVF Yu.S.,--_LGAUOVA,, N.A.; KRAVCHINSKIY, R.V.,- TAMBDVTSEV, V.k. 'Material and power balance in melting carbon ferrochromium in a large furnace. Stall 24 no.12:1094-1096 D 164. (MIRA 180) KOPYRIN, I.A.; RANW, G.G.; SI-JIMOV, Yu.D.; CIERNOV, G.I.; BOGAIMIKOV; V.F.; BOKOV, I.I.; TSIP7JIIGV, A.G.; RISPEL', Y.N.; AGARKOVA, N.A.; DAMR, A.L. Research by the Chelyabinsk Metallurgical Research Institute. Stall 22 no.7:604,,620-621,667,670 il 162. (MIRA 15:7) (Metallurgical research) j N.~.; RABUKHIN A.N.; TOPILTSKIY2 P.V.; RYSS, M.A. BOBKOVA, O.S.;~ ~GOVA Producing refined ferrochromium by the mixing of melts. Stalf 23 n0-4: 331-333 Ap I (Iron-chromium a.Uoya,--Ykta11urgy) (MIFA 16 --4) ACC NRi AP7002300 SOURCE CODES UR/0133/66/000/001/0046/0049. AUTHOR: DubrovinL A. Agarkova, N. A.; Sheatakov, S. S.; Lnqqvl~_qkayal,, K. :~q Mokotinal ORGt Chelyabins k Scientific Research Institute of Metallurgy and Chojyg!~Insk Elec'ErorWiWfluri~!ct~L_qq!lb~po. Mie-fy-affn-skf~-n- I* institut metallurgil I Chelyabinskly alektroinetallurgicheakiy kombinat) TITLti Optimal conditions for-malting forromolybdonum SOURCE: Stall, no. 1. 19660 46-49 TOPIC TAGSt Iron alloyl, molybdenum alloyq metal melting ABSTRAM. The optimal average temperature for molt'ing forromolybdenum is '1850-195000 in which the heating process in determined to a largo degree by duration of the process* Corbrol of process rate ands consequently,, process temperature for motallo- ,thermal melting of ferrowlybdonum con be achieved by changing aize of charge accelerate .;components. Grinding forrosilicon to loss than 0~1 m holpa to the proceas, and to roduco consumption of aluminum by a factor of 1-5-2- Maximum extrAction of molybdenum into an ingot of suitable metal (up to :97-5%) and ,.t significant lowering of the amount of tailings are simultaneously,,. 'durinR itrly4i" Of ... thO.Concentratee, Opt~~ conditione,of the melting procesel- ,Card 1/2 ACC NRj AP7002300 are Insured at a concentrate particle size to ferrosillcon particle size ratioof 1*5-197* Orig, art* hasi 4 figuresp 8 formulas and I table, &PRSS 3595261 SUB CODEt 11 SUBM DAM none ORIG REFS 008 OTH REFS 002 bard 2/2 net L AGA-HKOVA~ 7I.Ya. The determination of polythionates in the sulfur sols of Sven Oden by the method of Freundlich. A. N. laiarin~ P. N. Protasov, N. Ya. Agarkova and M. G. Yuster. J. Gen. Chem. I kU.S.S.R.) 11) 232-8 (i941).- Freundlich's method (C.A.17, 1358) for the detn. of the no. of equivs. of polythionates in the sols of S is exact only for desorbed polythionates, found in the filtrate after the coagulation of the sols. The desorbed poly- thionE~tes are pentathionates which Freundlich assumes to be stabilizers of Oden's sols of S. The no. of the equivs. of SO&- in the coagulates and sols by Freundlich's detn. appears to be larger than the actual no. of equivs. of micellary polythionates detd. by the method of Bassett and Durrant (C.A.20", 2102), modi- fied by the authors. The divergence of the results of S 0 - 7 detn. by Freundlich's method froin the actual no. of equivs. of i-iiicellary polythionates depends on: the age of the sols, the length of time it has been in coagulated state, the kind of coagulating salt, the duration of the action of Mt OH- uDon the sol, etc. This divergence is explained by the fac that there is a reaction between the poly-thionates and 14H4 OH as well as an oxidation. 8 references. S. Machelson &WOCITRUM stink k wJfw w1a. A. M. I.N11U, "dO7 N 0. YvAcr' A Gen. c NO "0 "oil 3,2"(1941); d. C. A. 39, 8 sob "n PeO, b Action or NAP% Im) - teMd irith ~%Cj WA twkt with 117) and Q"ymed.' For "aging" the $0 -W a in MOMAt. For 4c(l. tM adxwptim the or Mtm own. to III of Its orls- bWomm, Aftersah".0"OonteatoOlla lor'NEK". tcap., wo decd. frm the wt. of S&SO6 (or hiSA(h). rft wWiy ej th* voi wa also &W. Equiv. mants. of .0 Got bmm mg - t OW ir (CSpdW Imm the S rdkvllvA 9600 044 - - alA a W, after adding NvgG; to the WOW sob fit & of lm'- In the 000- old*, wh j*ow*j6t*dbytMfOmn=ut u(Basolinthe as intomaceW liquld. This evUlm the " I mburptim at Ra obwrwd hk The old S sols. 0;~' I=" 114, so sow CC f4bu pmccLum which cuMlicate the kxtic exchange in tM -OM" " of S is thavu by tM (act that an subtractiug woo the am, al ft*+ bomW wkb S0w-- from the total atut. rd so admorlbW An m valm is ebtaloW tba is tqdv. to the amt. lroo 0' '1 ad*-kdke laspitcoltbCamutuu- goo lation d law in tbt Inter- 40 W&_ Ionic exchange re- woo .9 Younfkltu P17"i- X0 woe of Ltl-* -L~ A MITALLUPSICAL Ml"Utl CLASSVK&I" :so 110ml #"law Woo if 10 60v got alit oil 411221 on 41"r all bump IQ M; ;-Or-017f *7 To & v U v W 0 0 1 1 0 to 9 a e 0 0 e 0 0 ca W-0-0-0 a O-cLs 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 e 90 A1011VITOVA) 11. Ya., I Equivalence of ion exchange in sulphur solo. A. N. Charin, M. H. Juster, and N. J. Agarkova (Acta Physicochim. U.R.S.S., 1940, 13, 715-722; cf. A., 1941, 1, 111), Experiments on S. sols prepared by Raffols method and aged by exposure to sunlight shows exact equiva- lence between Mg" absorbed and H' displaced. Similar experiments with Ba" are complicated by the formation of BaSO,/ from SO " present in the intermicellar liquid; but when this is allowed for the Ba" absorbed are equiv. to the H' displaced. The results are therefore in agreement with those obtained with freely prepared and purified Bola. F. L. U. (Krasnodar Pedagogic Institute) AGATZKOVA, 1% Ya. The effect of various factors on the changes of colloidal solutions of sulfur. A. N. Kharin, M. G. Yuster and N. Ya Agarkova. J. Gen. Cherm. (U.S.S.R.) 11, No. 3, 259-65 (1941); cf. C. A. 35, 23926.- The changes taking place in the S sole obtained according to Raffo and Rossi (C.A.6,3235) were investigated. The solo were kept for as much as 1.5 yre. under various conditions in regard to the action of vma-ioua outside factors, such as air and light. Exptl. results showed that in solts (1) a derorption of the polythionates takes place which stabilizes the colloidall particles, (2) their decompn. occurs according to 3S (T~t= ) - 06 --* 2H".0 --3'5S0,W * 4H'+ (10 + 3YOS and (3) sunlight accelerates considerably these proces3es and the effect of air is insignificant. The expts. confirmed the conclusions of Kharin (C. A. 35, 2392g) of the processes taking place in the S sols with time and the facts detd. by Raffo and Rossi. The method for detg. the polythionate2 according to Freundlich and Scholz (C.A. 17, 1358) expressed in equivs. of SsOj,-- produced increased values, especially for fresh S sols. Besides the increased values the no. of equiva. of SOg- detd. according to Freund- lich is always greater in the sol. than the sum of SO;(.~ in the coagulate and filtrate of the same so!. On aging of these sols is difference decreases. The reasons for these aifferences are explained in the previous paper. Twelve references. W. R. Henn v~ SUBjECT USSR / PHYSICS CARD 1 2 PA - 1579 AUTHOR KLINGER,M.I., NOVIKOVA,V.G,, AGARKOVA V N. TITLE On the Theory of the HALL- anli~E;T ~E~R~cs in a Semicondu,.~tor with an Admixture Zone, I PERIODICAL Zurn.techn,,fis,26, faso.10, 2185-2194 (1956) Issued: 11 / 1T56 The present work is a continuation of that by A.G.SAMOJLOVIC and M.KLINGER, ~Urn,techn.fis,25, 12, 2050 (1955) and investigates the HALL effect in a semi- conductor with narrow (donorlike) admixture zone with univalent admixtures How- ever, at first the same effect is investigated for a metal with narrow conduc- tivity zone, HALL'S constant R of such a metal is derived by means of the general formula for any dispersion law of the energy of an electron. A simple cubic atomic lattice is assumed on this oooasion. With n/no > 1 and n/n 0/, 1 R is positive or negative respectively. HALL'S constant is then determined by the holes or by the electrons respectively. If n - n 0 (i,.e,, if the zone is half filled up) R - 0, Here n denotes the number of electrons in the narrow zone and n 0 the density of the atoms in the lattice corresponding to the narrmy zone.. Now the constant R of a semiconductor with a narrow admixture zone is computed for the case of two zones. In the case of electronic conductivity in both zones it is true, as expected, that R(T) < 0,, Naturally, the results obtained here hold also if the valence zone and the acceptor admixture zone are Zurn,techr_fis,_26.~ fasc~10, 2105-2194 (1956) CARD 2 / 2 PA - 1579 taken into account, Also in this case the dependence 11R(T)l is determined by a curve with a maximum, but It applies that R(T) > O~ The maximum of JR(T)j 40 Is near the temperature T at which the electr. conductivity C(T) has a mini- mum The non-additi-ity of R is increased by the influence exercised by the finite width of the zone and by the nonquadratic dispersion law, The trapmrsal NERM effect in a oemimduotu with admixture zones is next dealt with, For this purpose a formula for the NERNST constant Q for any dis- persion law of the zone electrons must be found. The time T needed for the passage through the free length of path is here assumed not to depend on energy. At first Q is investigated for electrons in a Ometal" with a narrow energy zone, and a diagram shows a typical curve for Q. At low temperatures diminishes with increasing T, where Q > O~, At a certain T Q then changes its sign after which it di M4 nishes down to a certain value of T with increasing T. I '~,Fith inczea,aing T the terms characterizing the contribution made by the elec- trons of the conductivity zones in the formula for q become more and more im- portant, The deviation of the dispersion law from the quadratic 'Law, at least in the case under investigation, influences the dependence Q(T), It is of essential importance that this deviation be taken into acebunt INSTITUTION: State University CERNOVIC. I,YUBOMROV, V. YO., )mnd. mad. nauk; D'YAKOMMO, Ye. K.; MATIMEVAP K. M.; PAVLOVA, 0. A.; SIROTA, G. M,; EYDIS, L. Z. Combined forms of pneumoconiones in patients with collagenoses, Terap.. ftrkh. no.9:95-101 161. (MIRA 15:2) 1. Iz Stalinskogo naucbno-issledovatellskogo instituta. fiziologii truda. (LUNGS-DUST DISLORS) (COLIAGEN DISKASES) BYALIK, V.G.; LEBEDEVA, V.V.; LYUBOMIJDROV,; NAVAKATIKYAN, A.O.; AGWPV,A, . S.V. Chronic br-nchitis in workers of the Donets Basin coal mines. Sov. mad. 27 no.lltl33-137 N 164. (MIRA 180) 1. Donetskiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut fiziologii truda (dir. B.N.Cmopko). 0~00__OT' AUTHOR: Kovri7h.Ico, L. F.; Bryantseva, Yu. V.; Rayevskaya, V. I.; Agarkova, T. ?. TITU: Isolation of trAns-piparylonalfrom the PiDgrylone fraction obtained in the production of.synthetic rubber 1; SOURCE: Ref. zh. Khimiya, Part II, Abs. 6N17 RCF SOURCE01 Tr. lAbor. khimii vysokomolokul. soyodinoniy. Voronezhsk. Rn--tj- vYP. 3, 1964, 78-32 TOPIC TAGS: piperylene, synthetic rubber ki- ABSTRACT: The conditions for the isolation of trans-piperylene (I = piperylene) from the piperylene fraction obtained in the production of synthetic rubber were determined.. The isolation of trans-I from a mixture containin'q (in wt. %) 0.00-0.07 butylenesl 8.01-24.91 amylones, 1.00-2-50 ethyl ether, 3.03-6-58 isoprone, 42.98-64.03 trans-I, .17.2-36.77 cis-1, 0.17-0.59 cyclopentadiene, 0.22-1.12 C6 hydrocarbons was achieved by fractionating and isomerizing the cis-1 present. Ethyl ether is first removed from the piperylene fraction by washing reDeatedly with water, then cyclopentadiene is re- move~ by treatment with a 27% solution of maloic acid at a 1:1 ratio of I to maleic acid for 30 min at 30-401. The nurified fraction is dried for 24 hr over active A12031 and fractionated on a column of ~O theoretical plates with a reflux ratio of 40-41,; the fraction with b. p. 41-430 is removed. After a second fractional distillation of' Card 1/2 ACC NRi AR6024953 0 this fraction on a coli= with 66 theoretical plates and a reflux ratio-of 70-80, a fraction with b. D. 41.5-42.3 containing 97-99% trans-I is removed in 60-64% yield. Cis-I, whose content in the bottoms after the first and second rectification amounts to - 801,'c~, is isomerized to trans-I in the presence of crystalline iodine (36,8 g of iodine-per 500 g of bottoms), which is added in portions for 20-30 min. The mixture is keot for 24 hr at 200C and distilled on a fractionating column of 60 theoretical Dlates and a reflux ratio of 60-70; the fraction with b. D. 41.5-42.30, containing 99- �9.9% trans-1, 0.4-0.08% amylenes, and traces Of CyClODent'adiene, is removed. The , trans-1 obtained is used as a copolymer for the synthesis of 1,4--cis-polybutadienepi- perylene rubber. A. Grigorlyev.' [Translation of abstract] SUB CODE: 07 Card 2/2 -&-z~ 7-7 --~_ - LITVIKENK0, M.S.; KHVAT, M.t.; BRODOVICH, A.I.; FERTSEVA, N.Ta.; PER14ANP N.M.; Prinimali uchastiye: LOPATINSKIT, D.K.; AGARKOVA, V.I.; SAMOKWALOVAi'N.N.; KRONIKO I.L. Obtaining sodium thiocyanate for the manufacture of nitron fibers. Koks i khim. no.604~40 163. (min 16:9) 1. Ukrainskiy uglekhimicheskiy institut (for Livinenko, KhvaLt, Brodovich, Kronik Pertseva). 2. Kharlkovskiy koksokhimicheskiy zavod (for Perman~- (Textile fibers, Synthetic) (Sodium thiocyanate) Y A R OV 9 A ~T i r. A m a 1 a u ~~ h a s t i v., G A',"' 1,11 If to ex J.94ng ii1trasound to ancch~ra fx5v~t'r,n o' oll frnm oil .9aturated roek samph-3. N.~ftcpror, dt,'L.D nn.12c29-32 16L (MIRA 17s4) 1. Kuybyshovskiy Irstitut neftyArm. prcayshlennos-'A (for Boyaz,~w). laborat.orli ni"- ...ruka ','qybyshev,-kngn tfor Agarm-r~p;. 5/776/62/000/025/00. M AUTHORS: Gromov, N. P., Zusman, Sh. I# Barkaya, D. S. TITLE: 0A the'lengthwise uniformity of the reeistanct: of an extremely- thi' wire. SOURCE: Moscow. Toentrallnyy nauchno-isaledovatel!'skiy institut.cherno)k raetallurgii. Sbornik trudov. no. 25. Moscow, 1962. Preto iziow'lyy,e splavy. pp. 104-116. TEXT: This paper reports the results of an experii~ental investigation, -f pr- ormed at the TsjW31ChM (Central Scientific Research Institute of Ferrous MW&Uurgy intended to develop a methodology and construct equipment for the continuous ~$inspec- tion of the uniformity of the electrical resistance (ER) of extremely thin wlre~ in the source of their motion. The problem is of the greatest importance for a variety of calculating and telemechanical devices in which the uniformity of the electrical re- sistance of potentiometer wire is a decisive element in determing the accuracy of measurements and telemetered information. The equipment newly constructed was used for the determination of the uniformity of the resistance of Ni-Gr wire 20-50 p in diam. The experimental equipment comprises an idling feed spool and motor- driven take-up spool, between which the wire is guided by textolite guide rollers while in contact with a pair of spaced-apart contact rollers made of stainless steel On the lengthwise uniformity of the resistance .... S/776162/000/025/bO7/025 with a Cr-plated surface. Diam of the contact rollers is 50 mm, that of the guide rollers 20 mm. A braking load is applied to the feed spool. Measurements can be made at contact distances of I m or 0.5 m. The linear velocity of the wire is 23- .25 m/min. The resistance measurements were performed by means of a DC bridge of the type MBY (MVU) 49, a high-speed potentiometer of the type 0102 (BPIOZ), and various auxiliary equip-nents. The theory of the dependence of the ER of the wire on the mechanicni stresses prevailing therein is briefly outlined for given values of the Poisson coefficient and the Young modulus of elasticity. The results of an experimental illustrative test are shown graphically, illustrating the linear .J variation of the dependence up to the elastic limit for a 0.04-mm. diam Ni-C.r' wire. The conditions necessary to avoid any plastic bending stresses that may arise in -he contact with the guide and contact rollers are specified. Problems arising from t characteristics of the measuring equipment, the contact equipment, and the defor- mations of the wire while passing through the contact equipment, and the verifica- tion of the functioning of the entire equipment are discussed. It is found that the method and the equipment adopted here are suitable for the continuous measurement of the uniformity of the ER of micron wire along its length in the course of its motion. It is established ihat the degree of uniformity of the ER becomes less favorable with decreasing thickness of the wire. It is shown tha:t cold-harde4ed wire exhibits a significantly better uniformity of the ER along its length as compaied with na-eA 2/3 On the lengthwise uniformity of the resistance .... S/776/62/0001025/Oqyozs wire that has been exibjected to heat treatment. The so%4rce of the i mpairme%2,01' the uniformity in the latter is attributed primarily to the queInching of the wire in! j;0C furnace system. It is shown that significant impairments. in the uniformity of %the * ding and rewi ER of a wire along its length can be produced by careless unvrin Vng. "0, 7 tC - N RAP6002903- SOURCE CODE: UR/0286/65/000/024/0071/0072 INVENTOR: Semenova,__N. V ; Pankratova, L, S.; Agaronik, V. Ys.; ~,orshkov, A. 1. ORG:, none TITLE: Nickel-base alloyAClass 40, No. 1L77073.' (announced by the Central _Sciintific- Resear 'ch Institute-of Ferrous MetallurRy im, 1. P.-Bardina (Teentral'-nyy nauchno-issledovatel-w-skly institut chernoy metallurgii)) SOURCE: Byulleten' 11zobretenty i tovarnykh znakov, no, 24, 1965, 71-72 TOPIC TAGS: alloy, nickel base alloy, molybdenum containing alloy$ chromium containing alloy, aluminum containing alloy, copper containing alloy ABSTRACT: This Author Certificate introduces a Ni-base alloycontaining 20-28% Mo. In order to improve the physical and mechanical propor-_ .ties 1-10% C2L 0.5-5.2 Al.. and 0,5-2% Cu are added, (WW) k4 I,I ' :;~l 4 1 .4(/ ~f 7 SUB CODEs 1l/ SUBM DATE: 26May641 ATD PRESS: UDC: 669.245.018.5 AGARONOV, A.Khb, Means of reducing the consumption. of reagents in the production of'a spherical aluminosilicate catalyst, Khim.i tekh.topl~i muel 6 nD,6:U-15 Je 161o (MIU 14:7) 1. NDvogroznenskiy neftezavod. (Aluminosilicates) AGARONOV, A.M.;DUBOVYT, Ye.D. tgeno therapy of cancer of the ovaries. Sovet. Had. 16 no. 10: 17-21 Oct 1952, (GIML 23:3) 1. Professors. 2..Of the Obstetric-Gynecological Clinic (Director -- Prof. A. M. Agaronov) and of the Department of Roentgenology (Head -- Prof. Ye. D. Dabovyy), Odessa Medical Institute imeni N.I. Firogov. (Director -- Prof. I. Ya. Dayneka). AGARONOV, A.M., professor Injuries of the urinary tract in axter$led extirpation of the uterus In cancerg and their therapye Ahushe I gin* no.6:62-65 N-D i54. (MIRA 8:2) 1, 1z kafedry akusherstva I ginakologit (zav.-prof. A~H.Agaronor) Odeadrogo med..instituta Imeni N.I.Pirogova. (TMUS, neoplasms surg., bysterectotW causing inj. of urinary tract) (URINARY TRACT. wounds and injuries caused b7 hysterectomy in cancer of uterms, ther.) (WOUNIO AND TSMIES urinary tract, caused by 1q9terectomy in cancer of uterus, therj AGARONOV, A.M. professor (Yerevan, u1. Bagromyona, d*2, kvo22) CarryIng out district preventive examinations. Yop.onke I no.): 19-25 '55- NLRA 1011) 1. Is 4kushersko-enskologichaskoy kliniki Odesskogo moditainakogo A Institute ix, N*I.FIrogova* (GINITALIA MULI, neoplasms, preys as=,, regional organiz. in Russia) 4.167. AGARONOFF A. M. and KHARAL-'sHARAL I.- N. Mc-1. ln~l_ Odir,sa . t~~ ltuli Aku~. iGinck. li~;51. 6 41-44 T.0-le, I Allloll~! the felliale -cnilal lummirs flne lip-Mic activltv if flix ussues and ~Crulil lipase is lliwc~t in carcitionia: in filbrom.\-,Inlau the values are -,.Iliditly uncler the normil level. Low valuin were ako t*Omid in -varmn tumotirs: !~Ilrllml Budapest A~z~/ I av. J-! 4) mJ' AGARONOV, A.M. Some results of the 17th International Congress of Surgeons. Akush. I gin. 35 no.1:121-122 -Ta-F '59- (MIRA 12:2) (MEXICO(CITY)--SIMGERY--CO.NGRESSBS) AGARONOV. A.M., prof., zaelu7bennyv. devatell nauki BaBbkirsko7 ASSR Therapy of ovarian cysts in pregnancy. Akush.i On. 35 no.61 91-95 N-D 159. (MIRA 13:4) 1. Iz Imfedry akuaherstva A Cluokologli (zaveduyushohiy - prof. AX Agaronov) lechobnogo fakullteta Terevanskogo maditainskogo instituta. (direktor - prof. L.Bo Arutyunyan). (PRE'l"TANCT compl.) (OVAwneopl. ) (OTSTS in pregn.) I. I AGARONOT, A.H., prof.; BREWMW, A., red.; GALSTYAW, T., (Prescriptions in gynecology and obstetrical Retsepty v gineko- logii i skusheretve. Izd.3., ispr. i dop. Erevan, Goo.nauchnc- takhn.izd-vo Armianskoi SSR, 1960. 78 p. (HIRA 14:3) (GINECCLOGY) (IMIGIM-FammE. RBGRIPTS, PRESGRIPTIONS) AGARONOV, A.M., prof. Present-day methods of performing a cesarian section. Trudy Erev. med.inst, ho.11:305-309 160. (MIRA 15:11) i 1. Iz Akushersko-ginekologicheskoy kliniki (dir. kliniki - prof, A.M.Agaronov) Yerevanskogo meditsinskogo instituta. (CESAREAN SECTION) AGAROE.GV, Ashot Moiseyevich, prof. ... -.I.----.-., -. 11 1 1 1 . I [Surgical obstetrics; a brief ,,.anual for piyS4ciann and students] Operi-ti-woe alcusherst-vu: kratkoe rukovodstvo dlia vrachei i st-udantov. Izd.3. E-ilevan) kmianskoe gos. izd-vo, 10,63. 149 p. 17:20) ACC NR, AR6035050 SOURCE CODE: UR/0058/66/000/008/EO70/EO70 AUTHOR: Mirzoyev, B. R. B. S. Lebedeva, N. I. ; Pototskaya, N. P.: TITLE : Derivation and investigation of some electrical properties of the new semiconducting compound In4S5 SOURCE: Ref. zh. Fizika, Abs. 8E535 REF SOURCE: Uch. zap. Azerb. un-t.Ser. fiz. -matern. n., no. 4, 1965, 57-60 TOPIC TAGS: electric property, indium sulfide, semiconductor AtA,~,",-JALV4-' -k6-4ZAf L4-Uu,*,- L-,MQYVV Ac~~ ev, LQA-L- L- 1Z.5 AACJ~A~ VK0 ILI 14~~ 4~ ABSTRACT: The In 4 ng In an ~",taken in a S phase is obtained by alloyi stoichiometric ratio, investigations of the relationship between temperature and electrical conductivity (a) , thermoelectromotive force, and photoconductivity indicated that In4S5 is a p-type semiconductor with a forbidden-band width of 0. 8 ev, with 9! = (2 to 5) x 10-5 ohm-1cm-1, and with a maximum photosensitivity lying within a 1. 2-1. 3-/,c range. [Translation of abstract] [NT] SU13 CODE: 20/ Card 1 A LYAMBAKH# R.V.; ZAREZANKOVp G.Kh., INDENBAUM, A.G.1 AGAR01OV9 D_.I. Automatic measurement of strip elongation in temper mill rolling. Stall 24 no.12&1104-1106 D 164. (KMA 1W) 1, TSentrallnaya laboratoriya avtomatiki, 1. AIIARONOVA, D. A. 2. USSR (6o0) 4. Wcosis 7. Effect of mycosis, produced in laboratory animals by the fungus ?enicillium crustosum, uoon the course of experimental staohylococcal infection. Mikrobiol. z~ur. 14, No. 19 J1.952. 9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, Aoril -1953, Uncl. AGARONOVA, D.A. Effect of small concentrations of penicillin on staphylococci, Xikrobiol, shur. 14 n0-3:35-41 152. (miju 6: 11 ) 1. 2 Odeelkogo medichnogo i-utitutu. (Penicillin) (Staphylococcus) AGAi6NOT ,jt"gtA,, 1-1111..'~~%Wlw~-, Sensitizing effect of penicillin on Staphylococcus aureus. Mikrobiol. zh.. Kiev 15 no.1:43-51 1953. (Gr*L 25:5) 1. Of the Department of Microbiology of Odessa Medical Institute. AGARONOVA, D.A., Sensitizing effect of penicillin on Staphylococcus aureus in vivo studies. Mikrobiol. zhur. 17 no-3:26-30 '55 (KLRA 10:5) 1. Z kafedri mikrobiologii Odealkogo derzhavnogo madichnogo inatitutu Im. H.I. Pirogova. (PENICILLIN, effects, on exper. Hicrococcus aureus infect., sensitizing response) (Uk) AGAR .4!24M'Mii Effectiveness of penicillin therapy for experimental infection produced in rabbits by a culture of Staphylococcus aureus and by its so-called sensitized strain. Mikrobiol. zhur. 17 no.4:59-63 '55 (MIRA 10:5) 1. Z Odealkogo medichnogo institutu im. Firogova. (MIGROGOOM INFECTIONS, experimental, eff. of penicillin on infect. prod. by normal & 11 ensitized H. aureue strains) NO (PENICILLIN, effects, on exper. Micrococcus aureas infect. prod. by normal & sensitized strains) NO AGAROWOVA, D.A., dotsent -------- Experimental data on the pathogenesis of salmonelloses; report No. 2. Trudy no.11:163-167 160. (MIRA 15:11) 1. 1z kafedr7 mikrobiologii (zav.kafedroy prof. V.G.Mikaelyan) Yerevanskogo meditsinskogo instituta. (SALMDNELLA INFECTIOM) oil Loft itutLorls So ';;"I r r KOCHAWAN, NX.; PACHADZUYAN Hh.B.; NALBANDYAIJ N.A.; AIGARONYAN A.A. P I Physic".1 propertlea of polyne 11hy1me thacry] ate. Dokl. All Am. SSR 40 ncw.3:145-.150 165. (MIRA 18-12) 1. TSentrallnaya nauchno-issledovato3llskaya fi7iko-tekhRicheskaya laboratorlya AN ArmSSR. 2. CbTen-korrespondant AN ArmSSR (for Kocha.ryan). Submitted July 12) 196,,. ARUTTUNOV, A.1., professor; GYULXHASYAN, A.A.; SHUKURIAU, K.G., kandidat meditsinskikh nauk; AGAROHM, Dzh.A.. kandidat meditainakikh nauk; BIGIARYAN, A.G., dot 'e%!' [Swe experimental data on the pathogenesis of tonsillitis. Vest. oto--rin,. 18 no-5:17-22 S-0 156.' (MLRA 9-11) 1. Is kliniki bolezney ukha, gorla i nose (zav. - proft AeAoArutyunov), is kafedry mikrobiologii (zav. - dotsent V.T.Gabriyelvan) Mrevanskogo maditsiuskogo inatituta. (TONSILLITIS, exper. pathogeaw develop. in dogs & rabbits) ,SOURCE: IVUZ. Energelika, no. 3. 1965, 7-13 T -OP110 --TAGS: Indurtance -coil, steel core coil, transients ABSTRACT: A round-cross-section air-gap steel toraid with a uniformly wound coil is investigetvd; the c3il is energized frorn zero magnetism in the core; the 112r 54682-65 ~ACCESSION NR: AP5010062 oscillograms shcivi the current build-up in a demagnetized core and in a core with rernanence; in tlie first cave, the process takes a much longer t'n-.e due to the AS$OCIA ION; ningradAty po-Altekbzicheskiy institut im. M. 1. Kali (Le-ningrad Polytechnic Insititute) SUBMITTED: 25May64 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: EE NO REF SOY: 005 o,rHER'. 002 AARONYAN C2 a,91)1 rAht Up6thd0fitAl �tudy of' a trdnbittit pftdagl; 1h A ditblu'lt eatifAihifig A 000 vith a golid forromagnatic corei ftv.vysiu6hob.%av#; ,61ektromekbanlka 9 no,~6a,61'~';8-04 165e (MIRA 1818) lo Kafedra tooretlobeskikh oanov o~ektrotpkhfitki' loniti4radtikogo PFD~SE I BOOK EXPLOITATION l Ketbardino-Bal'kar A.S.S.R. Statistichokoye upravlen,lye Narodnoye lhozyaystvo Kabardino-Balkarskoy ASSR; statisticheskiy sbornik. (National Economy of the Kabardino-Balkar A.S.S.R. '-, Collection of Statistics) Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkarskoye knizhnoye izd-vo, 1957. 112 D. 1J,000 copies printed. Additional Sponsoring Agency: U.S.S.R. Tsentral'noye statistichesltoye upravleniye Compilers: Leshchenko, Ye. V., Za~harov, G. V., Akimova, A. G., Mol'kov, I. P., Zhiveynova, L. F., Sukhova, N.N., and ~g~ ~nan , P.K .; Chief FA.: Zimovnov, L. I., Chief, Kabardino-Balkar SSR, Statistical Administration; Ed.: Sukhova, N.N. Tech. M.: Tkhakakhov, B.M. PURPOSE: This book is intended for econotnists and economic-. otatisticlans. COVERAGE: This Is a statistical compilation containing the conventional stat- istical data an the development of the national economy within the present- day 1 imits cf this Republic. Recent statistical data are contrasted with those for 19~0, and in some cases also witn those for 1923 and 19133- COMI)OUS "Gropho-Analytic Method of Calculation of Transien~.-s in DC Electromagne- tic Mechanisms", by R.A. Agaronyants, Elektrosvyaz', No 1, January 1958, PP 34-42. A rigorous grapho-smalytical method is given for solving the dynamic equations involved in transients of moving-armature dc electromagnetic mechanisms. A solution is obtained by nutnerical integration. As an example, the calculations are carried out for a telephone relay. Card 1/1 8(5),', 12(5) LUTHOR- Agaronyants, r~aj In-strarAor iov/i6l-58-4-22/28 TITLE: Dynamic Traction Characteristics of Electra-ma-netic Direct- current Mechanisms (Dinamicheskiye tya&o1,ryye ldiarakteristiki eleki;roma&nitnykh mekhani--mov pos1oytzu-'o[:o toka) PERIODICAL-i Nauclmyyo doklady vysshey shkoly. Ele-Atromeldirrmika i avtomatika, 1958, Nr 4, pp 175 - 187 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The dynamic traction-oh&racteristic ia tho depcridence of the tractive effort, developed by the arnature durii:g its movement, on the armature slide. So far no annlytical methods were known for computing the dynmic traction characteristics. Such a method is shown here. The equebions (1), (2) and (3) for an armature with linear motion, and (31Y~for a rotatirg armati_,re respectively, are given. There are three non-linear differential equations which were considered so far unsolvable. The solution is very complicated and extensive. Mly the final results are Given here. The equ&tion (12) for the dynamic traction characteristic of a rotating armature and the equation (13) for an armature with linear motion are given. The equations (17) and (18) respectively, correspond to these equations in relative units,. The dy pamic Card 1/3 traction characteristics can be built up in relative units with Dynamic Traction Characteristics of Electro-magnetic sov/i.61-58-4-22/P8 Direot-currant Mechanisms the help of the equations (4) for i9f(tj, (51 for(TV, (A and (6) fcr rf (t I., as well as (17) and (18). The approximate equation (23) for the dynamic tr&otion characteristic of &-i armature with linear motion is derived and compared with the static eleotro- mWetio (traction) characteristic. It is shoim that both differ strongly. Finally the equation (28) is derived. This is the optimum to be adhered to when designin,- electro-magnetic mechanisms. In 1954 and 1955, the experimental verification of the equation (28) was carried out for a numb3r of electro-magnetic mechanisms in the Laboratory for the Elements of Automation and Telemechemius of the institat avtomatiki i telenekhariki Ali SSSR (Institute of Automation and Telemeahanics of the AoadEmy of Sciences of the USSR'. The experiments proved the validity of the oquation. The relay M Nr 3012 is shown in fir-,ure 6 and tho% osoillograms for the current-increase in the exciter-winding of the relay are shown in figures 7-15. The publication of this article was recommended by the Kafedra telefordi Koskovskogo elektrotelduiicheskogo instituta svyazi (Chair for Telephony at the Moscow Electrical &gineering Institute for Communications). Card 2/3 There are 15 figures and 4 Soviet references. Dpwd& Traction Characteristics of Eleotro-magnetic sov/161-58-4-22/28 Direot-current Mechanisms lSSOG'IITICffr Tekhnikum legkoy pro3yshlennosti Llosgorispolkoma .(Tekhnikum of the Light Industry of the Executive Comaittee of the Moscow City Soviet of Iffarkers' Deputiesy, SUINITTED: Septeaber 9, 1958 Card 3/3 SOVA10-58-7-Ij/21 KUTHOR: Agaronyants, R.A., Engineer. TITLE: The static tractive cl=actcristics of Ll.c. electro- inagnetic mechanisms. (St-ticheskiye tyagov~yehharalfteristihi elelftromagnity1d, 1"Iekhanizriov postoyannogo toka) PERIODICAL:Vestnik Elektropromyshlennosti, 1958. Nr 7, pp 37-1+0 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The formulae comonly used to determine the static tractive characteristics of direct-current electro- magnetic nechanisr.,is are given. Ridiculous conclusions are derived by strict mthmatical reasoning from these formulae and, therefore, the formulae themselves are -e expression for the tractive incorrect. A more accurat force of an electro-magnetic device is then derived. The recommended formulae are numbers 16 and C29. The laboratory of Elements of Automatics and Te7_emechanics of the Institute of Automatics and Telemechanics of the Academy of Science of the USSR checked these formulae by tOStS on a stell-by-step raotor by Siemens. Card 1/2 An outline drawing of the armiature and pole piece of the The static tractive characteristics of d.c. electro-magnet-lic rinechanisms . SOV/11G-58-7-11/21 motor _Js given in Fig 2. The solid and dotted outlines of the arruture indicate respectively its position with and i-rithout excitatio- applied. The time-constant of the electric and magnetic circuits as a function of current Is plotted in Fig 3- It is concluded that with certain limitations the nev, equations give good agreement with practice. Static tractive ch-,:racteristics of the step- by-step motor for various points on the field winding are given in Fig 5. It will beinot'ibed how much the maerotic reluctance of the core influences these Card 2,12 characteristics. Therc are 5 figuresT and 2 references, both of which are Soviet. SUBMITTED: January '29, 1957. 1. Electromagnetic equipment--Theory 2. Mathematics--Applications AUTEOR: AEaronyants, R.A., :,3nCineer TITIB: Transient Processes in D-irect-current Blectro-7- -netic Y~echanisms under Dynamic Conditions (Perelzhodrae nrctscs-zq elektromagnitnylcla miekhanizrov postovam-lozo to'~-a v din-:-,!--L- oh-eskom rezhire) P 'RIODICAL: Vestnik Pileli:tro,nror..ysll--Ier).nosti, r'58' V01.129 140.7 44 - 52 ~USSR) ArDSTRACT: Complex proccs.--.os occur %-41"en a direct volta---e is applie( Uo electro-maCnetic mechanisims. An electro-Tia.i.,netic ii-lechanis; a movinE, and a hik,~,ed ari-,,vture are sI.,owii schm.-latical1v in FiL~s. la aLid 1b, re~,pectivcly. Curt-ciitv La 41-he field winding of an electro-Laj.,.netic Y,--clhaaiisr- i-- sLlowil irl F i 2. T' e fir5t cDoe consid:-.,ied i.,, that of C a~i clectro-maVnetic ;~ccb- anism i~.,ith rotatin!, ar-laturc, buL what is s~iid is also am)lic- cCclc to hechanismis wdth rizwiiiL armatures. DuriLq~ tULe 'Ll'It-lia]. tiL~e, whilst the talrmtur~~ at rest, tile torque O~L Wrious forces actinf, on the ormature is not sufflciEiit to it. "' en the cui~e-it excecds -. certain value, tl:e. ar--a- Nh J. - L ture begins to i:.ove, and tite transient proccsc3cc becoii.c 1.-Ioro c om)lic ated. Thcn tl-e cri.'fitui-e reets tlic- stop, and the Lv.%-!S m - U " g chanee of cur.~-eiit are a-vin Whil-st the Uardl/4 Loverni4 L; 11-0-'A- I CIP armature is movinc,, the map~,netic reluctance changes ~!hea the i2 attracted, tLe inductwice t_-11~_e- constant ar-1 thz~,ji o _n it is 110-,u-. Therefor-, after the armcdu-ure hc.3 t1-C st-o-) ciii-ent 1,izes s 1 ovi 1 y h, d u r i Li, ~ 'G 'J1 : JL 1 -3. i o d. b e, f o r c i t, s -*U- F_ 3.- t S,o The dynanic Droce~~z~e, *;-i-.- 'Uhe _Liec1-_,anJsr. are the threc equatioiis oi volto.L;c, HIELL~netuinotive fcree ai_~cl jirotuion. They are valid provioc~~ t" o) L!a-'2ietic L-,,y.-)tet.~. is axle no eddy- currt~ ) 0 7 ' is no rowanent i~j 11-t stc-el, and are e --07er of t'Oc s-~:)e-j. It .10rcos t o t'_. ~ fil-L, is difficult tL) solve one non-lincar C-if-'ercilt"11 atioll, but-, here 2-s a sy'ste2:. of three sucLi to) the tas'L' h'as coiksle-cred insolublel %'.ut tho has succeeded ij-~ ia solution. Tl~e. %r1--~.-~-_-i,_-,:: J, ,I-: i C 'G0 waid the ex. rcc -,i)2, o.-L~ c~, are resolved Lito scillc_s. Ilic- '11LICIT"I -CZ-olution are trans-l tion fro_- to f unct io-ar- i s veii an a-w': endix. -_)vc- dcrived ~~-ere verified L- U C- 1, le;.-ents of au1k;o;.;.L-,t"'Lcs ar_.d, le.E,:,-c' "'OrY "1.1 0 . I T-,: T1,10cessrs D-i: Dynw,dc Conditions of the LIT of the Ac.Sc. USSR by tal-zins. oscil-IoL,j-Tjtr; o-f operating-coil cux--,cnts cb-irin- t1ne -rocess oi J'o E: 'al c., -...roccClurc is descid -6- Unless s-lec-L -re ie Orrors COIL) ad'i'i-vo. -d excessive. 'Jith "ic il-, 1-: ",-iie ouly error that, azs-socipted LLC-,;. the time-cop.stant o,!' the e:Lcctro-,,fIE,.L.,;,nc tic fechDniIS:- otationary ormature. G~Ictcljes oIL the, Y-a ric-Lic rclaY tuy-po -`L', of OleC tro-r-,,, lie tie i;. stcp-by-stcp miotm- ca-c. Civen in Fi,~~s. a;ld 5, ivcly. Data ab,)u` IC Icaterials uscd anL~ tl-e ~!-JildiaC~s arc, LjvenJTables 1 and 3, re~~Lectiv-21y. 1". c latter. -Ll-sC.-d 'U~) cw.L--truct a curve reletin-- t-be f:c-&--n v~.1,,,c of the danoin- force aiid t'L-,o Clean value o-f 'U--)-,c 2:.C,nt rC,sC2:vC fnct~&'. T'--~:; ,graphs -re i i i F i: G a The conditions uLJ~,:r, 1.-hich diffcrent metho6is c~lcul- L"U-i(-)Il Ca-C c--)nsidered. TP.C 0-,~erzlti-,IL COX`~, in -,101~1,y rovin,~, C lee C C IV-L) JUS IG 13 O.'~' t E- i ILz,~ 11 t t o b e c o.),Drable to t1lic -.-,h-*Lch- L'Otion thims: is T*.I.-.C"i~,-.O"., 'U-;-,o ---mosciat &-r3icnin- r-n-' n', 'Ll rd~)/4 110-3-10/22 Tiviisieiit i~rocesses in Dii-ect-cur--,"~.--t :31,ectro-L-, aci-,e tic L,---chaLiS--r-s under Dynewic Conditions j%.)echaniz;ms f =,-, t' e ste tic chexacteri stics are unsEtisf actol-,. Tbe only sound ne"Lli-A is to fro-.- tl:e dynal-,ic cl-crac- teristics. These cI'l-ractcristics: caa 'De existructed ba, equations v-1hich are -~ivej-i. A example of calculati-ons on a valve is coj,,~) -..,ith test results. There are 11 fiSurcs, 3 tables and 4 Russian references S U B 1,~`L "I'T 2, D :April 1"~, 194'/. AVAIJ'-."LBI-U, ;Library of Card. 4/4 1. Electromagnetic equipment 2. Armatures 3o Mathematical analysis AGAROYUNTS, R.A. , - ~ ~4n , f -_ . -7~1 , - - - .: "Vs- , , , Design of hinged-armature contours for d.c. electromagnetic mechanisms. Nauch.dokl.vys.shkoly; elektromekh. i avtom. no.1:60-71 159. (MIRA 12:11) 1. Rekomendovana kafedroy telefonii Moskovskogo elaktrotekhnichakogo institute, avyazi. (Electric machinery) A~ TS, R. A., Cand Tech Sci -- "4~"v the dynamics 0f omagnetio mechanisms af t 'I Mos, 1961. (Min Gf Higher and Sec Spec Ed RSFSR. Mos Order of Lenin and Order of Labor Hed Banner Higher Tech School im N. E. Bauman) (KL, 8-61, 240) - Iqp - - -M - AKHSHARUMOV, R.T., red.; AGARORTSYAH, Z.A., red.; POTEYAN, V.A., red. [Russian-,Armenian polytechaical dictionary] Rusako-armianakii politekhnicheakii slovarl. Sost.kollektiv spetsialietov. Obrabote- li i redaktirovali R.T.Akhsharumov, Z.A.AtBagortsian, V-A-Poteian. Sre"n, 1957. 436 p. (MIRA 11:2) 1, Akademiya nauk Armyanakoy SSR, Arivan. (Ruseian langiiage--Dictionarioa--Armenian) (Technolog.v--Dictionaries) AUTHORS: Agarov, A. I. and Polotnikov, V. V. 94-13-7-9/25 TITLE: Rec~o~~_c_ti_o_n__&T' a - -otor enerator ~, at --o ~- upply ~wo clectrolysis !circuits (Pereklyucheniye dviga:tell- generatora na pitaniye dvukh tsepey elektroliza) v PERIODICAL: Promyshlennaya Energetika, 1958, Vol 13, Nr pp 17-18 (USSR) ABSTRACT: In an electrolytic copper factory some of the motor generators supplying electrolytic baths were lightly loaded; it was found possible to shut one set down and to operate two sets of baths on one generator. ThiS effected considerable power economies. This suggesl;ion was awarded a fifth premium in an All-Union Power Economy Competition. There is one figure. Card 1/1 1. Eleetro34sis - Cirouits 2. Motor generators - Operation V~ V,T _26756--__ I Cri) S/021/60/000/011/004/PO9 0.1 S-0b D204/D302 AUTHORS: Ventsell# Mot and Aharlovo V.A. TITLE: Applying the method of initial functions to deter- mining the frequency of flexural vibrations in rectangular plates PERIODICALt Akademiya nauk Ukrayinslkoyi RSR. Dopovidi, no. 11, 1960t 1485 - 1491 TEXT: The free oscillations of a rectangular plate may be written &W +2 01W 01W 104W P - - + - 5' - May, av LW ax M, -D (~-w + ay2 axt Card 1/5 q6756 B/021/60/000/011/004/009 Applying the method of initial ... D204/D302 M, D 03W+ V, ax, + (2 - 0 -Oxayl V, D'[Kw + (2 -p) 'W- OY, OxIdy R - MY 2 (1 - P) JID 01W MY D.P3 where D is the cylindrical rigidity, v (2), 12(l P2) gD is the oscillation parameter, and w is the frequency. [Abstractor's note: Symbole.not explainedp see P-F. Papkovich (Ref.l: Stroitell- naya mekhanika korablyw (Structural Mechanics of a Ship) ch. II ' 1941)]. The system is solved by the method of initial functions. Card 2/5