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On the Mechaniam of the Process of Heat and MassTransfer During
Evaporation Cooling of Strongly Heated Surfaces
layer to thei plane B distant from it at twice the
length of itie free molecular path, Eq (1) (where
n and w are the number of molecules per unit volume
r r
and the r mean velocity, N  Avogadro number, C vg
specific hea.t of one mole of the gas) and
remembering that the pressure of a mixture 1) c is the
sum. of the partial pressures of a given gas P and
the diffusing substance Pd Eq (4) is derived.
Note: Throughout this article the meaning of the
sufTixes is as follows% g (r in the Russian text)  gas,
d CA in the Russian text)  diffusIng substance,
c  mixture of the twoq)K, 6, o  parameters at the
wall, at the outer edge of the boundary layer and
outside the 'boundary layer, respectively.
Then following the same assumptions as were made in
deriving exp!t,essions for the thermal conductivity of
Card 3/9 the gases (Ref 8). using Eq (5) in which X gd is the
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coefficient of heat conduction of the gas when
diffusion is present, M is the molecular weight and
11 is the viscosity of ~he gas and relating this with
th correspo:)nding heat conduction coefficient without
diffusion, % (Eq 6), it is found that the two
coo?fficient;sgdiffer by the pressure ratio p r/pc.
The partial pressure p of the gas varies across the
boundary layer and ther�fore an expression for the mean
valLue of tho heat conduction coefficient ~ is
Adss of
introduced (Eqs 8 and 9), 6 being the thick e
the boundary layer. Employing now the Stefan relation,
Eq (10), for the diffusive process, (gd being the
diffusion fJux and k the coefficient of diffusion),
integrating it on thepassumption that k =: const
and combining the result with Eq (9), thR relation
Eq (12) is obtained which also can be expressed by
Card 4/9 Eq (14). Fig 2 shows the variation of X with I/
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temperature 'Ln the undisturbed stream (tgo)t the
curves 1 and 2 refer to the dry and 20% wet air,
respectively, without diffusion, curve 3 represents
p9W /PgT versus t (p gT is the logarithmic mean value
of the partial pressure of the given gas as expressed
by Eq (13), while curves 4 and 5 refer to the dry and
20% wet air respectively, when diffusion of the water
vapour is taking place. The experimental data of
H. Seifert en al. (Ref 12) agree with these graphs.
When no diff~ttsion takes place heat transfer from hot
gases to a vrall is usually determined by the Nusselt
number Nu its given by Eqs (15) and (16) fDr the
external and internal flows respectively. To account
for the effoct of diffusion on the heat transfer,
Eq (14) can be used in the manner shown in Eq (17),
this result* in Eqs (19) and (20) instead of Eqs (15)
Card 5/9 and (16). When the partial pressures of the diffusing
i>'_"
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substance at the surface is not very high the mass
transfer due to diffusion may be determined by Eq (21),
the suffix D denoting the diffusion criteria. For
higher partialpressures and especially when liquid
temperatures are near the boiling point of the given
pressure of' the mixture, it is necessary to use
StefanIs equation of diffusion (Eq 24) instead of that
of Fik (Eq 2:1), which eventually leads to Eq (26) for
the external and Eq (27) for the internal flows. The
diffusive Nunselt number is based.on the tel3lperature
of the liquid and the other number on the temperature
of the gases,. To determine the temperature of the
liquid the analysis starts with Eqs (28) and (30) which
together lead to Eq (32), so that the temperature of the
liquid may lbo found if the relation between the partial
pressure of the diffusing liquid is known as a function.
of the temperature of the liquid. Fig 3 shows the
Card 6/ 9 relationship between the temperature of the liquid (t A
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and the temperature of the gases outside the boundary
layer (t go ) as determined by Eq (32) for various
pressure conditions. The few experimental data
available are also introduced in the figure, viz. o 
from D. I. Polishchuk (Ref 13) and A from G. R. Kinney
(Refs 14 and 15). The agreement is considered good.
Finally the amount of the evaporated liquid per unit
area and unit time is determined, Eq (34), and the
effectiveness of the cooling is then analysed. This
is defined as the relative specific evaporation of the
liquid gd/g9It i.e. the ratio of the evaporaLed liquid
per unit area of the cooled surface to the rate of flow
of 1'.he gases per unit area normal to the direction of
the flow. Its value is given by Eq (35), and this is
plotted in Fig 4 (graphs 1, 2 and 3) for the case that
wator is being evaporated from the internal surface
Card 7/9 of the tube in hot air. These curves are compared with
t)(11"
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the theoretically developed relations of L. Crocco
(Ref 4) and E. Knuth (Ref 5) (graphs .5 and 11 respectively),
aswell as with their no diffusion alternatives as given
by 'E;qs (36) and (37) (graplis 6 and 7 respectively).
The small deviations from each other of the Crocco
graphs (5 with diffusion, 6 without diffusion) seem to
indicate that the factors considered by him do not
influence greatly the heat transfer rates, but the
larj;e difference between the curves 1 and 7, the former
taki.ng into account the variation of the heat conduction
and the latter neglecting it, indicate clearly the
strong effect, of this factor on the heat and mass
transfer. The article concludes with the Statement
that, the diffusion caused increase in the thermal
resistance of' the boundary layer appears to be the
cautie of the widely known but theoretically ttnexplained
fact. that cooling of walls which are placed in hot air
Card 8/9 strcams by injecting air or nitrogen is not us effective
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Evaporation Cooling of Strongly Heated Surfaces
as by injecting hydrogen, quickly evaporating liquids or
other substances which diffuse perfectly in air.
Thero are 4 figures and 18 references, 11 of which are
Soviet, 7 English.
ASSOCIATION: Kafedra soprotivleniya materialov, Kazansk:Ly
aviatsionnyy institut (Chair on Strenxth of Materials,
Kaza1L' Aviation Institute)
SUBMITTED: Apri.1 30, 1959
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AUTHOR: Alimov.,_R.Z. EO32/E3i4
TITLE: Approximate Method for Taking Into Account the Effect
of Diffusion on the Thermal Conductivity of GaneOin the
Boundary Laye
PERIODICAL: Izvestiyalv)sshi.kh uchebnykh zavedeniv, Fizika,
1960, Nr 3, pri C17  102 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: Using the kinettictheory discription of thermal'.
conductivity, an. analysit is given of the effect of
diffusion7ofvapour, adiabatically evaporgting from a
liquid on the heaL exchange between the liquid and a
surrounding hot gas. Simplified calculations show that
the stream of evaporated vapour diffusing in the direction
9pposite to the heat flow tends to reduce the heat exchange
throug. h a reduction in the thermal conductivity of the
boundary layer.
There are 2 figures and 4 Soviet references.
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Approximate Method for Talring Into'WCYOUER4the Effect of Diffusion
on the Thermal C>nductivic~y of Gases in the Boundary Layer
ASSOCIATION: K3,zanskL), aviatsionn.yy institut
(Kalzan Aviation InstitutO 11~9
SUBMITTED: Apr11 6, 1959
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AUTHOR: Alimoy_t R. 21.!
TITLE: Heat"I and Xass Exchange4n Cooling by Evaporation of
Surhoes Heated Fo High Temperatures
/C
PERIODICAL: Inishenernofizicheskiy zhurnal, 1960, Vol 3, No, 5,
pp. 31  39
TEXT: The thernal flux of hot gases to the surface of a solid. coated
with a thin liquid film is accompanied by a vapor current of o:pposite
direction. The presence of a diffusion current of a direction opposite
to that of the heat flux considerably modifies the thermal coz,,iuotivity
of the medium ir, the boundary layer. The prooesses of heat and, mass ex
change occur mainly in the boundary layer. The molecules of the diffus
ing substance shift between the molecules of the hot gas in the direo
tion leading away from tho wall and cause a specific current Df the
diffusing substance. It is assumed that this ourrentp which is inverse
to the heat flui: and gradually heated$ does not participate in the heat
transfer of gasete to the wall. The last process is caused only by the
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Evaporation of Surfaces Heated to High B012/BO56
Temperatures
gas molsouleeg the concentration of which decreases continuou. Ly during
their approach to the wall. The oriterial equations (11') ~nd (18) for
heat exchange as well as (24) and (25) for mass exchange are dorived.
These equations take account of the interaction of heat and vapor
currents througb the boundary layer and their influence upon the heat
transfer and diffusion coefficientag as well as of the Stefan ftow.
Formula (28) is derived, from which it may be seen that the teaperature
of the evaporating liquid does not depend on the Renumber of ~,.he flow
round the wall. Fig 3 shows the curves calculated from formula (28)
for the relation between the temperaturesof the liquid and the gas in
the case in whic;h the water evaporates in the aircurrent, and the ex
perimental data are given. From this figure it may be seen that the ex
perimental data agree with calculated ones. Formula (30) is wx,:Ltten down
for determining the efficiency of cooling. Fig 4 shows the ou:rves oal
oulated from equation (30) for the dependence of the relative juantity
of liquid on the gastemporature in the evaporation of water from the
inner surface o1! a cylinder tube through which hot air is pasidag. The
temperatures and quantitios of liquid determined from these ec.laations
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. .Evaporation of Surfaces Heated to High B0121BO56
Temperatures
are compared in Fig 4 with theoretical and experimental data obtained I/
by other authors (Refe 5,6914) and those by 0. Lyuts (Ref. 151~
There are 4 figu,res and 16 references: 14 Soviet and 2 US.
ASSOCIATI.ON: AvAatsionny;F institutt g. Kazan' (Aviation Institute,
Kaisan')
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ALIMOV, R. 2.
Unit for obooking sliding contacts used in measuring the
temperature of rotating objects. Ism,tekb. no.4:3132
Ap 160* (RIRL 13:8)
(Thermometr7)
ALIMOV, R.Z.
Heat and mass transfer during the cooling, by evaporat.11on, of surfaces
heatod to high temperatures. Insh.fis.zhur. no.5:31'.19 My 260.
(MIRA 13!8)
1. Aiiatsionnyy institut, Kazan'.
(PAss transfer) (HeatTransmission)
ALIMOV, ft. Z.
"Heat and Mass Transfer in Tabes at Twothase Vortex."
Report submitted Tor the Conference on Heat and Mass Transfer,
Minsk, BSSR, june 1961.
S/115/61/oOO/008/008/009
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AUTHOR: Alimov, R.Z.
TITLED Graphical melthods of calculating Individual parameters
of flowmeterit with standard apertures
PERIODICAL: Izmeritelna,a takhnika, no.8, 1961, 4953
Y
TEXT: The object of this article is to popular2.se two
existing but little known graphical methods. The first of these
was described in detail by R.H. Nilberg (Ref.l. Ein NomogriLMM fu"r
Blenden und Diisan. Archiv fur technisches Mesaungen (ATM), 1958,
Lieferung 269). He used the flow equation for a differential
manometer flowmeter operating with standard apertures:
G = O~01252camD 2 ~~~Y (1)
The second method uses a nomogram based on the equation of flow,
and the relationship between the pressure drop in the con3l.ricting
dorice, Pn, and m. From this nomogram the upper limit of' the
pressure difference of a differential manometer, and the pressure
loss Pn are determined as a'function of the parameter
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a M
The parameter C la plotted against Pn (kg/cm2) for diSferential
pressure manometer readinga. Thia parameter C may be u:sed to
assess the value of the main parameters of a flewmater with a
limited value of pressurit drop in the constri,ting device,
The nomograms are simple to use,, and may be uF,:A in comb inat ion.
Tha6 are 3 figures and ;~ reifsrences. .1 Sovietblo,_ and.
nonSovietblo,t.
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ALIMOV, R.Z.
IntensificatiLon of mass transfer by means of toroidal gas current.
.I Zhur.prikl.khim. 35 no.3.524529 Yx '62. (KRA 154)
(mass transfer)
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AUTIIUR:
T IT LI;
PERIODICAL:
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The use of swirling twophase flow for the purpose
of intensifying convective heat and mass exchange
III pipes
~kadeniiya nark SSSR. Izvestiya. Otdeleni,le
telchnicheskikh nauk. Energetika i avtomatika,
no.1, 1962, 101110
TEXT: The limitation of singlephase swirling flows for
heatexchange purposes has been apparent for som.e time. The use
of swirling gas flow4; has not resulted in significant improvement
in convective heat transfer, whilst liquids present the problem
of bulk transportation with a consequent loss of energy. The
author carried out an experimental study of heat exchange
properties of twophase swirling flow. He succeeded in planting
a film of water droplets on the internal wall of a heated
vertical porcelain pipe (inside diameter 40 nim, length 1200 mm)
carrying a sw:irling stream of air. Analysis of the results led
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to the following conclusions. 1) By injecting liquid into a
swirling flow of gazi it is possible to produce thin, continuous
and stable liquid films on the internal surface of a cylindrical
pipe 2) By varying, the Reynolds number within the range
2 x 104  8 x 104 in the swirling flow, the Nusselt diffusion
criterion can be increased to double that of a nonswirling flow;
this indicates a considerable intensification of heat and mass
transfer processes. 3) A heatexchange coefficient of the order
211002900 kcaI/m2/hz'/OC was obtained for a heatflow rate of
75000 kcal/m2/hr in this range of Reynolds number; this is
4070 times higher than that for nonswirling flow and 820 times
greater than that for a singlephase swirling flow: the total
resistance, however, increases by a factor of 7. 4) Under
comparable teaiperature and energy loss conditions, the use of
singlephase sivirling flow will result in a net gain of 22.5
times in heat transfer rate in comparison with nonswirling flow.
The introduction of twophase swirling flow would produce an
additional gain of :520 times that of swirling onephase floif
Finally, the author suggests that there is considerable scope
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for an improvement in the design of swirlprodiicing devices,
which would result in yet greater intensification of heat
exchange proces;ses. This method has many technological
applications, particularly in cooling highly heated surfaces.
There are 9 fic;ures.
SUBMITTED: February 2, 1961
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ALIMOV, R.Z. (Kazan')
Intensification of convective heat and mass exchange in pipes
using a swirling twophase flow. Izv. AN SSSR. Otd. tekh. nauk.
Energ. i avtom. no.1:101110 JaF 162. 04IRA 15:3)
(Thermodynamics)
ALIMVP R.
Some r4culiari%ies in to breakage of specimens with several annular
gro~vss subjee'llad to toii~ion. Trudy KAI no.62:171174 161.
(KRA 17: 2)
ALIMOV~ R.Z., FAZARINOV, V.G.; NEINTOV, A,M,
Using e. device with a volurigtric plakup In meusurIng th:,'P. 14qii'd
films. lzm. tekh. no.9t].619 3 164. (~aRA
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ORG: Aviation. Institute, K an jAviatsionnn institut) q
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TITLE::" Hydraul a res,' ta
nce an'i~hetit transfer in a tvisted flow
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CH: n
Inzhe erno6tiche :thurhal, V o. 4, 1966, 43
:SOUR
TOPIC TAGS: hydraulic resistant'.
fluid friction," heat transfer, centrifugal forces
'.vortex tube, vortex flow
ABSTRACT The resuitet are giveli,of the experimental investigation of friction and
mass' transfer in cylindriciiCt tubes. The diameter of the tubes ranged from,i.
~...,15.6 to:20.2 mm.,Different vorbi,!citied were obtained by variation of the geometric
parameter AT defined17. the relELA;:ion AT = FT/Ft, where FT is the crossse ctiontil Are's
of the tube and Ff is the total crosssectional area of the slots. To analyze the
heat mass transfer, vater was ia,j'.ected. into the tubes. This was follaved by deposi,
tion of vater drops, due to centilfugal force, on the inside valls of the tubes,.,
C
which resulted in a tbin waterfi Im covering the whole length of the Vubes., Fricti m
and heat mass transfer! were found, to be conaiderably higher in this f1cw than in an
ordinary axial flow. Comparative an&Vsis reveals the range of AT which. corresponds
NTI
to the, minimum power stipp3y. Orig. art. has.. 4 figures and 8 Tormulant. A.
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AUTHOR: Alimov, R.
.ORG: Kazan Aviation Institute Otazanakiy aviatsionnyy institut)
TITLE: Some characteristics oU,dvaporative cooling by a swirling flow
SOURCE:. Teplofizika itysokikh ti~.' eratur, v. 4, no. 2, 1966, 238241
UP
TOPIC TAGS: heat tratisfer, eVal7Drative cooling, film cooling, cooling rated
ABSTRACT: The coolinq~ of the~knside wall of' a~~externally heated cylindrical pipe
by a water film evapo:rating in a~swirling flow of air was studied experimentally,
The experimental arrangement consisted of a.thermally insulated vortex ttibe,15.6 M.m
.inside diameter and 20 mm long, which was electrically heated by a nichrome strip
(heating element) wouihd around the tube. Water was injected into the tube, in which
a swirling flow of aiV was maintAined, at a rate sufficient to produce acontinuous
Jilm along the inside.surface.l.;The mass transfer and film temperatures variation .:
along the tube length"were meatiured. The obtained results show that'ithe presence of
a swirling flow results in a considerable increase in the rate of heat removal per
unit weight of cooling agent (Ar) and also in a marked increase in hydraulic resis
:tance. This characteristic caabe useful in cases where the removal of large quan
tities of heat by a limitedamotnt.of.coolant is needed. The effect of film dis
continuity on theheat transfer was also investigated. The results showed that the
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ALIMOV, S.;. NUMNKO, G.
Joint control, Fin. SSSR 22 no.8:7274 Ag 161.
(MIRA 14:8)
lo 7anestitell uixravlya7ushchago Stalingradskoy kontoroy
Gosbanka (for.klimov). 2. Zamestitell zaveduyushchego
Stalingradakim oblfinotdolom (for Naimenko).
(Stalingrad ProvinceAuditing)
FILM ~ AA , professor; IKAMOV. I.Kh.
Combined,antibacterial and tuberculin therapy of pulmonw7 and extra
pu~Uo=7 tuberouloeis. Probl. tub. no.6t3842 MD 054. (IIIRA Bil)
1. Iz klinicheskogo otdoleniya Usbakskogo nauchnoissledoviAell
skogo tuborkulasnogo Institute, (sav. klinikorprof. Sh.A.AlAmov)
(TITMOULOSIS, PULMONARY, therapy
PAS, streptomycin & tuberculin)
(PARAAKINOSALICYLIC ACID, ther.
tuberc,.Puim., with streptomycin & tuberculin)
(MTBPTOMTOIN, ther. use
tubare,, pulm., with PAS & tuberculin)
(TL M CULIN, tber. use
tuberce,pu.1m., with PAS & streptomycin)
ALIMOV, Sh.A., doktor moditainskikh nauk.
trim_~_  1_100%"w
Phthivazi.de Ln the therapy of pulmonary and nonpulmonary tuberculosis.
Bov.med.3.8 no.1:22A~6 Ja 154.
(MTRA 7: 1)
I
1. Iz klinicheekogo otdolonlya Uzbekskogo nauchnoiseledoirntel'sko
go tubarkuleznogo instituta. (Tuberculosis)
ALIMGVj~ Sh.A., profe t
Antibacteirial and iimmologioal treatment of tuberculosis., Sbor.
trad. Uz. nauch.isil. tub.inst. 3017 '57. (MIRA 3415)
(TUBFMU;,MIS)
AL1140V L_~h..k. . prof .
Course of :pulmonary trbercuIosis in trichodesmotoxicosis. Sbor.
trud. Uz. nauch.isal. tub. inst. 3t4754 157. (MIRA U:5)
(TUBERCUUMS) (UZEEKISTAIITRICHODESMATCXIC()LOGY)
ALIMOVp Sh.A.~ prof.; ABDUfLISRITOVA, M.V.
Results of further observations on the'therapeutic effectiveness
of phthivazid. Sbor. trud. Uz. nauch.issl. tub. inst. 3t6569
'57. (NIRA 14t5)
(ISONIGOTIIIIG ACID) (TUBEROU14SIS)
USSR/Pharmacology and Toxicology. Chemotherapeutic Preparations V7
Antitubercular Wugs
Abs Jour Ref Zhur  Biol., No 15, 19,58) No 71292
Author 'a_taov Sh.A. laarnykh M.A.
"V , ~_ " ~:4 V
Inst MR, a Sden'ific Research Tuberculosis Institute
Title Metazid in the Treatment of Patients Affected with Ril
monairy Tuberculosis
Orig Pub Sb. tr. Uzb. n.i. tuberk. int, 1957, 3, 7682
Abstract Fortyeight patients affected with various forms of pulmonary
tuberoulosis we:,e treated with metazid (M) (product of the
condensation of isoniazid with formalin) in doses of,D.20.3
9. 3 times a da~r before meals, per os. For a course of
treatment, 050 g. of M (in 5 patients up to 80 g.) were
used.. In the outcome of the treatment with M, an ImTxnvement
of the general condition (normalization of temperature, abat
ement; of cough, reduction of catarrhal symptoms in the lungs,
slowing down of E.S.R., increase in weight) was observed
almost in all patients. In 6 out of 29 patients,bacteria
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.'intitubercular Drugs
Abs Jour Ref Zhur  Biol.., No 15y 1956, No 71292
disappeared from the sputum. In 29 patients, positive
roentgenological shifts were noted. In patients with
fibrocaveMous forms, a resorption of the pyogenic mombrane
with thindiag of the wall and a decrease of the size of
caverns., and in small caverns even their complete clct~4ng,
were observed. Side effects of M were insignificant und
were expressed by headache, pain in the cardinc region, and
in one patient the occurrence of leukopeniv.; after interrup
tion of the treatment of 23 days, all these symptoms dis
appeared. As to effectiveness., M doer. not present ad
vantages over phthivazid, and in single cases it is inferior
to it.  ON. Petrova
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ALIMOV. Sh.A.; AZMYKH, M.A.
Metacide in the trflAtment of tuberculosis. DoklJN Uz. SSR no.
4:6366 '57. (MIRA 11:5)
1. Uxbokskivnauchnoisoledovateliskiy tuberkule2nyy institut.
Predstavleno akad. AN UsSSR A.Yu. Yunosovym.
(Metacid,e) (TuberculosiB)
ALIMOV. Sh A. prof.
Incidence of tuberculosis in Usbalristan and ways of reducing
it. Med.shur.Usb,, ut).6:312 J9 '58. (mm 13:6)
(UMMSTANTUMMaMSIS)
ALIMOV, Shj.. prof.

Reply to E.Io ATAMUNOV, Vest,AM SSSR 13 no.11sqV~99 '58
(MITU. n332)
(MINXISTANMEDICINE)
,,ALIMOV,,Sh.,A., prof.; VOIOMMANSKIY, A.M., kand. med. nauk; *,IZSMo, jjr.
Gollective farm tuberculosis sanatoria in the Uzbok S. t;. R. Probl.
tub. 36 no.8:35 '58. (XIII& 12:7)
1. Ix Uzbekskogci naLucbnoissledovateltskogo tuberkalezuogo instituta
(dir. Sh. A. Alimo,r).
(UZBEKIE'~TK~TUMROUIOSMHOSPITt,IS AND SANATOMM)
AqMOVI Shakir Alimoviah; SHRAMKOVA, G.A. red.; AGZAMOVp K,t t6khn, red.
(Chemical aspects tmd therapy in pulmonary tuberculosis] Klinika i
terapiia tuborkuana legkikh. Tashkentp Gbo.med.izdvo 11va
zdravookhraneniia IIzSSR, 1960. 146 p. (MIRA 14:6)
(TUBERCUU)SIS)
I
ALIMOV, Sh.A." Prof.
Importance of artificial pneumothorax in the overall treatment of
pulmonary tuberculosis. Had. zhur. Uzb. no.8337 Ag 160.
(PNEUMOMORAX) (TUBERCULOSIS) (KIM 13 . 9)
ALIMOV, Sh.A.,. prof.f 401HYM, M.A.
Treatment of pulmonary tuberoulosis with oycloserine IW zInwj
Uzb. no.*.12:922D 160. imul 14ti)
z
lq.Iz Uzbekj*ogo nsuchnoissledovatelskogo tuberIulesnogOinotjtut&.
(TUBBROULOSIS) (IS=OLIDINONE)
ALIIAOV, Sh.A.; AWWYKHj, A.A.
Effectiveness of metazide in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis.
Khim. J. mod. no,107076 160. (MRA 14:12)
1. K33mich6skoyel otdeleniya Uzbekskogo nauchnoinsledwatel'skogo
tuberkuleznogo Anstituta (dir.  prof. Sh.A.Alimav). .
(TUR3RCULOSIS) (METAZIDE)
ALIMOV, Sh.A.; ANDREYEV, I.S.; ZYRIVA# L.V.
Characteristics ofthe preparation of ZnS  Cu eleatrolwail3ophorso
Izv. A14 liz. SSR. Ser. fiz.mat. nauk no4:5256 161. OURA 1419)
1. TashkeDtskiy gosuniversitet imeni V.I.Leninae
(Luminescent substances) (Zinc sulfide)
AUXOVs ~h*Ap_prof.
I
Organization of tuber(rulosis conArol in Usbekiston. Prohl.tub.
39 uo.208 161, (Knu 1493)
(UZMt'ISTANTUBERCUU)$16.4qUW=ON)
ALDIOV, Sh.A., prof.
.Inlernatl'oriiYSymposium on Froblems of Rehabilitation in Pulmonary
(MIJ
Tuberculos s. Med. zhur. Uzb. n0.9!7479 S 161. 'J1 1',.2)
ITUBERCULOULREMILITATION, ETC.CONGMSSES)
ALDIOVI Sb A. '40f.
Occupational therapy and finding suitable working conditions for
persons having taberculosis. Mod. zhur. Uzb. na.32:816.D 161.
(MIRA 15:2)
1. Iz Uzbekskogo rLELuchnoissledovatellskogo inotituta tubarkuleza.
(MMCULOUS114~LODEJIIT)
ALIMOV, Sh. A., prof.
Sanatorium treatment of pulmnary tuberculoBis using ergotherapy.
Prabl. tub. no.2:1114 162, 041RA 15:2)
1. Iz Uisbekskogo ruLuchnoiseledovatellskogo instituta tuberkuleza.
(TUWsRcULOSIS) (OCCUPATIONAL THERAPT)
ALIMOV. Sh,A,
[Problems in the PT(iventionp treatment,, and occupational rehabilita
tion of tuberculosiv patients discussed at the 15tb International
Congress of Tuber=".osisl Voprooy profilaktiki., terspii i trudo
ustroistva bol'rWkb tuberkulezom na XV Yezbdunarodnom korNgresse po
tubarkuler.u. Tashkontp Medgiz UzSSR 1960. 39 p. (MDA 14:11)
(TIMMCUIDSISI
ALTMOV Sh.A. AKHMUMIODUAM, A.A.
Therapy of pulmonary tuberculosis In elderly persons Trudy
TSIU 63s118122 163. iMIRA 17j9)
1. Kafedra leaochrngo tuberkuleza Tashkentskogo Inntituta
usovershenstvovanlya vrachey.
ALIMOVO Sh.A., profs
Problems of regionsa tuberoulosis epidemiology in 'ambekiistan,
Probl. tub. 41 no,,9t812 t63 (HIFLI. 1724)
1.
SOV1137591226587
Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1959, Nr 12, p 111~ (USSR)
AUTHORS: Alimov, S.* .. _grya~ov, N.I., Feygin, V.I.
,_p  IV
TITLE: An Automatic Programming Controller of the Heat 71reating P7ocess for
Tungsten and Molybdenum Rods
A Y.1
PERIODICAL: Sb. materialov po airtomatiz. proiz. protsessov i dispetcherizatsii,
Nr 3, Moscow, 1958, pp 84  93
ABSTRACT: The regulator is intended for automatic current control according to
the given program in welding W and Mo rods. A "D33" type ampdremeter
of the ferrodynamic system serves as a unit to measure the intensity of
the weldiy4; current through the transformer. The pr,:I;ram ii; setup by
shaped cama rotated by a synchronous motor. The basIc part of the con
trolling device consists of the "MRShchPR" (or ERM147) eleotronic unit
of the regulator; the inductive coils are fastened coi the naster devlce
(zadatchik) and the foil flagindicators which can enter into the gaps
Card 1/2 between the coils are fastened to the pointer. RelNi coils are switched
SOV/1375911226587
An Automatic Programming Controller of the Heat Treating Process for Tur%sten and
Molybdenum Rods
into the electron unit outlet; they control the reversible contactors of' the potential
controller motor. The controller makes it possible for one operator to attend 8  12
welding machines, raising effioiency by a factor of two and ensuring the strict main
tenance of the setup conditions for heatingup the rods. Ll~
A,S.
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CHUKANY B.K.p kund. teklin. muk; ALIMOV, Sh.S., inzh.; B.N.., inzh.
Gunito iii conotruction. Prom. atrol. 42 no.3:2728 165. (,',IIRA 18:7)
taniaLLv Petrovich LEYBSON Mark Gonrikhovich; KHODOVETS,
Pavel IoAfbvicbj ~hffl Z.A:p vedushchiy red.; MOSINAp
A.Sep telam.red,
[Increasing oil recoveryj Sakhalin oil workers' practicel
Intensif.Lkataiie. dobychi nefti; opyt sakhalinskikh neftiemikov.
Moskvap Gos.nauchnctekbn.izdvo neft. i gornotoplivnoi litry,
1961. 71 p. (?[MA 14:6)
(SakhalinOil fieldsProduction methods)
ZHEIJ)AKOV. Yu.N.,, inzh.; ALIMOV Sh S tmzh.
Making fibrous silicate slats. Stroi. mat. 5 no..5:910 14.7 '59.
(MIRA 12:8)
(RostovRoofing, Slate)
FRANK, G.A., kand.tekhn.naul:; ALIMCV, Sh.S., inzh.
Additives are accelerators of the hardening of gunite. Sbor. trud.
NII pc stroi. ASU [Rost.] no.6:8391 162. WRA 17:9)
CHUKAWI B.K., kand. tekhri. 'nauk; ALMM, Sh.S., Inzb.;
BIME.*OVX Yu.M." inzh. ' 
Using a concrete sprayer for strengthening concrete and
reinforced conen)te structural elements. Prom, utroi. 41
no.n:41,45 N '63. (IIIRA 17:2)
"J4 t
MIKHkYLOV, M.M.; 14UXHkWDOV, A.A.1 RMYUK, S.I.; ALIMOV, SO.
Hightemperature ilrwitmeht as a means for increasing the
I
productivity of theximal and chemioal heat treatment procesuese
Izv.AN UzAR.Serstelchonsuk 7 no#215563 163. (MIRA 1014)
1. Tashkentekiy p,Ai',ekhnicheskJj institut.
(SteelXeat treatment)
,ALIMOV, T,Sk~_
Ollga Nikola(mut Pavlova; on her 65th birthday and 40 years as
a physician, tet.cher$ and commnal worker. Ifed. zhur. Uzb. n04:
74,7!; Ap 160., (IIAVLOVA, OLIGA IIIKOLEVNA, 1895,*) (IIJRA 150)
GRIGORYAR, P.A.; ALIMIT, T.U.
Two naties of amputatio interilloabdominalis. Xhlrurgiia 41
no.4:138139 Lp 165. (MIRk IS: 5)
1. Klinika gospited1noy khirurgii (zav.  prof. A.Ya. Yasnogorod
skiy) Andizhanskollo meditsinakogo instituta.
ALMOV, U, A '
Reclamation of 4he now land@ of the Central Fergats and the basic
task@ of the p0lio health system. Med.zh,.tr.Usb. no.lOt7274
0 158. (min i3t6)
1. Zralctor AndIxtutuakogo gosudaretvannogo meditsine1mgo inatituta.
(73MM101GIAPATION OY LAIID__HTOIBIfIC ASpjk*4fS)
ALIMOT UA,..,SMCLOVS Nag
Clehinococcal diseases and their prevention in the virgin lands]
Ekhinokokk:ovye xiboloyaniia i ikh profilaktika na novykh saimlinkh
oevoeniia. Tashkent, Uzmedgix, 1959. 41 p. (KIRA 13:11)
(Nmrilx)
ALDdOVp U. A., Cand. Med. Sai.,  (dies), "Development of public health service
In the Andizhansk Oblast and at the now lands of Central Fergam," TaEllikezrit, 10,61,
32 pp (Tasbkent State Medcal Inotitute) (KLSupp 961, 188)
V
ABDULLAYEVA, A.A. Urdizhan) ; ALIMOV, U.A. (Andizhan)l SOKOLMt N.P.
(Andizt.an) 0
Historyof medicogDographical investigations in Central Asia
and Kazakhstan. Vladimir Ivanovich Dal'. Sovet. adravookhr.
12 no.1:8084 163 (MIRA 17 t2)
AUTHORS: A.". i Tn o v Yorozov, V. S'N 1107 5e928/36
TITLE: A School Ilublic Address System (Shkollnyy rad~.ouzzel)
PER10DICAL: R8dio, 1958, Nr 9, PP 45  47 (USSP)
ABSTRACT: The PA system for schools ccnsists of a powerful amplifier
with provisions for relaying speech, grammophon.? records,
radio broadcasts or radic diffusion broadcists. The out
put, depending on how many of the tubes in the output
stage are used, is 1012 w or 2022 w. "he amplifier is
designed to 3.ower 2 feeder lines at 120 ir for d:~iving
P10 street loudspeakers, and 2 individual lines for
driving normal loudspeakers, The indivieiual lines
wo.,ld have a maximum load impedance of 60 ohns and could
talAe 57 LS irorking on 15 v. The feeder lines have a
maximum load impedance of 1,200 ohms and could take 1
spoaker each with 20 w output, or one speaker between
thom at 10 v Output. The amplifier consists of a 2stage
preamplifior, and a penultimate stage, transformer coupl
ed with the pushpull output stage, Bartam tub~as are used
throughout.. For microphone work both stages of the pre
amplifier Eire used. The pushpull output stage uses 4
tules but by only 'using 2 of these the output can be de
Card 1/2 creased when desired, The power unit uses a 5T:i4S keno
A School Public Address System SCV1.0758928/38
tr:in for ful:.wave rectification. The apparatua consumes
90 w for a 20 v output. An electrontube outpu, level
indicator is built in and the amplifier is prov'.ded with
a mionitoring speaker with vclume control, Details for
tho construction, alignment and oreratl'on of thi "'A sy
stom are given. There are 2 figures, 1 circuit diagram
and I diagram.
1. Public addrnas systemoDesign 2. Public addretis syptems
Performance 3. Public addreas systemshistruction
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ALD40V V. nauelmyy sotrucbiik; VRUIGELI, L., nauchnyy sotrudnik,,*
~ichi) G,, . nauchgyy sotrudnik
An integrated series of plans for fam buildings and structureso
Na otroi. Roo. no.:5t119 My 161. (141RA 147)
I* NaUChILOiSsledovvtel'okiy institut zhilishcha Alcademii
stroitellgitva i arkbitektury SSSR*
(Farm ImildingsDeoigns and planii)
ALIMOV~ V. A.
"The Nervous Apparatus &=I Argentophilic Substance of the Vermiform Appendage
During Appendicitis (Data)." Cand Med Sci, Tashkent State Medical lust, Tashkent,
1953. (RZhBiol, Wo 7, Dee 54)
Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR Higher
Educational Institutions (12)
SO: Sum. No. 556, 24 Jun 55
U 6,17:1) R
COUNITRX
CATEGORY' jenerBI P,oblers :)f
One olo~; Y. "WIDSn Ne")PIG.Sma.
ABS. JOUR. IRZhBiol, , No. '1953, No.
AUTHOR Alimov,v.,'.
INST.
T IT LE A
yxofibrosarcoma of the Urinary Bladder In
a 11'woYenrOld Child.
ORIG. PUB. : Za sota.1dravoolthr.U%6ekistanall9569No.49
8982
03)TRACT : Thp clinical picture and anatomopathological
Qata of the autopsy are described In de
tail .11'Latologically, the tumor consisted of
nolymorphous cells with basopkiliz! proto
plasma and brightly stainJngnuclei of various
lorms. The s+.rora was formed by fine fibrouE
tlsaue with wyxomatous degeneration. '1:he
tissue of the tumor on section bad the appear
anoeof fish flesh. The histolo6ical diagnosis:
myxofibrosarcoma of the urinary bladder with
renal Metastases.
Card: 1/1
ALI)DV, V&A*, bad.med.nalak; GAYDOVA, Ye.B., kand.med.naul:
Mortality from tumors as shown by data of the Autopsy Depart
ment of the Olinia of the Tashkent Medical Institute froas 1946
1935. Yed,shur.Uz*b. no.605w39 A 158. (NM 13:6)
1. Iz kafedry patologicheskoy auatomii (zav.  pref. G.N.
Terekhov) Tashkentskogo gosudaystvennogo meditainakogo insti
tuta.
(CANC3RMDRTALITY)
,_ALIKOV, T.A.. _.kand.med.nauk
Rare case of invaginatiou of the large intestine In typhoid
fever in an eleven monthsold child. Ned.zhur.Uzb. no.5:
6466 My 158 (XIBA 13 t6)
0
1. Iz Imradry patologicheekoy anatomli (sav.  prof. G.1,
Terekhov) Tashkentskogo gosudarstvennogo meditsinelcogo Instituta.
(INPIST IXBS..IIMSSUSCXPT ION) (TYPHOID PAY )
A,LIMOV, V.A., kand.ned.nauk
Primary cancer of the liver in a threeyear old child. Ned.zhur.Uzb.
U0.108081 Ja 159 (MIRA 13:2)
1. Iz kafedry patologicheakoy anatomil (zaveduyushchiy  prof. G.N.
Terekbovj~ Tashkentalcogo gosudarstventogo meditsinskogo instituta.
(LIVERCANCXR)
ALDIOV I V.A., kiknd.med.ruiuk
. ........... I
Armored heart. fled. zhur. Uzb. no.11:67 N 160. (MIRA 14:5)
1. Iz lotfe&7 patclogicheskoy anatom:ii (zav.  prof. G.N.Terekhov)
Tashkentakogo goisudarstvennogo meditsinskogo instituta.
. (BEART~DISEASES)
ALIMOVj V.Acsaalsistont
Cyst of the mesentery of the small intestine in a 4year old
boy. Mad. zhur. Uxb. no. 2:6969 F 161. (kRA 14:2)
lo Iz Imfbdry patolcliohookoy anatomii (sav,  profit G.N. Tarekhov)
Tashkentsikogo gosudeirst"nnogo maditainsko& instituta.
(M&SENTERYDISEASES) (GIST)
~ ALI'MOVj V.A., tissistent; POLYAKOVA, G., student; MULKIN, A., student;
MATVEYLIVP SJ, atudent
Atherosclerosis according to autopsy data of clinics of the
Tashkent Stato Medical Institute collected during 12 years
(19491960). Medzhur. Uzb. no.4:5154 Ap 163.
(MIRA 17:4)
1. Izkafedry pat,ologicheskoy anatomii (zav.  prof. G.N. Terekhov)
Tashkentskogo goEudarstvennogo meditsinskogo instituta.
ALIMOV, V.A.; KAGRUPOVA, M.A.
Histomorphology of the organs of laboratory animals after the
injeotiaa of haploFhylidine. Uzb. b1ol. zhur* 7 no.407.'043
(MIn rI 24)
1. Institut khimli rastiteltnykh Yesbehestv AN UzSSR.
VAVILOVA, M.P.; ALDIOV, V.A.
Some pathomorpholoeical changes in experimental leishmaniasis
in Cricutulus auratus infected with the Central Asian st:rains
of Leishmania canis and Laishmania tropica major I'lod. taraz.
i paraz. Ix)l. 32 no.6t648655 ND 163 0,11~A ls':l)
1. Iz Taslikentskogo nnuchnoissledovatellskogo institiita vaktsin
i nyvorotok.
MAGRUPOV, AJ.j KASTMKEODZIIAM, B.S.; ALIYOV, V.A.
Clinical. and anatomical characteristics of polioMrs2itis. Sbor,nauch.
trud.TwhGMI 22:360370 162.
(MIR,k IStIO)
1. Kafedra. patolog.leheskoy anatomii (zav.  prof. G,N.Taxekhov)
Tftshl,entskogo gosudarstvennogo mditsinskogo instituta 1 3 detskoy
infekts!ionnoy bol.laitsv Tashkentsko o gorodskogo otdeia idravookh
raneniYIL (glavny3, vrach A,P.11daleva~.
DORMZNKOj Vladimir Vladimirovich; MAXAROYA..T.I.. retaenzan,tA.6"IQj.JQ&,
retsenzenli spetertwiaktor; KOSSOVA, O.N.. redaktor; YAROV. A.M.,
tekhaicheskiy redaktor
[The production of frozen fish fillets] Proizvodetvo morozlionogo
rybnogo file. Moskva, Pishchapromizdat, 1956* 4Z p. (MLSh 10:2)
(71sh, Frozen)
SHAPOVALOV, S.I., dotsunt, kand. teklin. nauk; STYCIIINSKIY, L.P., inzh.;
ALIMOVj, Y..,I, , Lnzh.
Effect of patenting wire rod from the rolling temparaturio on the
mechanical properties of wire. Stalt 25 no.6:570572 je 165.
(MIRA 18:6)
1. Donetskiy politakhnicheskiy institut i Makeyevskiy metallurgi
cheskiy zavod.
00 U.11
d
t,4?
Sicryan'Ln F.A.. ~):uhapinn,
zi)ek ') S IN
Vropertiea of' Ammolliate and Its
Effectiveness.
I G ZTB.; V. sb. Rof. nauchroig,,iled. mbol. ".0 Lhlop
kc%vod,itvii. Ttiabkont, AN Uz.33ST1, 19 57 ,193198
B!~'T Z T Fxperlment!s cot%du:.ted by the Acadmny of
Scienc"j Uzbek SSR in rnsh1t.entkaya Oblast
in 1~11;6 have ahown that ammoniate (A) was
nitrified under laboratory condit:imt!i by
70'A in 13 days, under field condil.ions by
neorly totally withiri less than 12 days.
rhore ia thus no cause to apply A CrActiorml
ly under the fall plowing. 10itna the
entir, animal rate of A J~iring Vall21'ation of
the cotLon, its effect iveneas either eqaalled*
C I ta. V,^W 10 d 11) i I t .9
jouli.:
that of milmollimu Ilitrate or Was hL.9,11ey" In
view of the ecortomy in producing and ap~ply
ing it ii. i!; c,)ip.' pletely reasunablo to u!,,e A
uridler cotton tvgiAber with hard ftwtiiizers.
CJI.P.D
Country : USSR
C!~tegory: Soil SciCrICu  Mmeral Fertilizers
Abs Jour RZ12Biolj No !3, 1958, No 82114
Author : Ak2hurina, Skryabin, F.A.
Inst : Inat of Agriculture, zSek SSR
Title : Charactorast'.cs and Effectiveness of Liquid A=oniate
Fertilizer.
Orig Pub: Sots. s.Zn. Uzbekistana, 1957, No 3, 2125.
Abstract: In 1056 t*.o Institute of Agricul*6ure of the Academy of
Sciencas Umbek SSR established ty laboratory, vegetative,
field, and industrip.1 experiments the expediency of the
P.pplication of nzmoniate, the prcp,~ration of which is
2540~ chcal)er than the prepaiution of solid fertilizer.
By placing full rates of N in the vegetation period,
the ammoniate increased the harvest of cotton wool
Card 1/P
Country : USSYI
Category: Soil ScLcncv., Mineral Fertilizers.
Abs Jour: RZhT.Iiol., No 18, 1958, No 82114
(br.and lo8f) 7~ in comparison with Na, The process
of nitmfication of ammoniate was thoroughly completed
in the soil on the lah day, and thu nitrate content
of 'N in the soil was higher than with the application
of 3Z Applying only one part of Vie arimonicite under
the p owing will not significantly increase the harvest.
 V.D. Astaflyeva
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V'J,.clir4Jxovl,,l).,,GF.NFRSON, Bella Isaakovna;
red*
[SelectLon of the optimim technological process for the
manufacture of fourdry molds and cores for unit ard sml.L
lot production] Vytor optimaltnogo taklmologicheskogo pro..
tsessa '.zgotovlvnAIa liteirWkh form I sterzhnei pr:i indi
vidualti.mr. i ri~elkoseriinom proizvodstve. Leningrad, 196!5.
18 p. (MIRA 18:7)
ALIMOV, Ye.V.; 13MICHOVICHINKO, P.T.; TSYGANKO, L.Z.
New technological process of manufacturing 2arge.,!i'.e oavtlngs
for pow~!r vachinery by a6sembline molds from core blocks fn a
apeclal 'jaeket. Lit. prolzv. 5T34 My 164. (FJ.RA
24(3) SOV/5635624/44
AUTHORS: Skrotakiy, G. V., Alimov, Yu. I.
TITLE: Ferromagnelic ~~Bonance in a Circularly Polarized Electro
magnetic Field bf Arbitrary Amplitude (Ferromagnitnyy
rezonans v polyarizovannom po krugu elektromagnitnom pole
proizvollnoy amplitudy)
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fiziki, 1958,
Vol 35, Nr 6, PP 14811484 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: It is the aim of the present paper to analyze the exact
solutions of ths equations of motion of magnetization, viz.
of the equation of the Bloch (Blokh)type
4 r1 .+ 0.
M [MH] + (Y'01 M)/r as well as of the LandauLifshits
equations (Ref 1) 7[mgj+ a
Lmmj , a < 0, where m  M/Ms
and + t In the introduction, the re:3pective experimen
tal investigationscarried out by Damon (Deiaon),~Ref 2)t
Bloenibergen and Wang (Blumbercen and Vane) (Ref , as well
as the theoretioal investigation by Suhl (Sul) (Ref 1) are
discussed in short. The present paper investigates the aolu
Card 1/2 tions of the aforementioned equations in a circularly polarized
SOV/56356.24/44
Ferromagnetic Resonance in a Circularly Polarized Electromagnetic Field
of Arbitrary Amplitude
radiofrequenoy field of arbitrary amplituide as well as the
part played b.,r the paraprocess in ferromagmetics in strong
radiofrequenoy fields. The mathematical treatment of the
equaticau is carried out in a system of coordinates rotating
in the H dirootion with the frequency of the radiofrequenoy
field, ip, whicth the two equations assume the form
8q + Y, oil t = 0 an d + a(M Z)m* = aZ~ respectively.
0 0 rM 016 r__)]0 0
The explicit solutions for Moz , Mox and Mo. and for Z' and
are investigated and graphically shown in form of diagrams
(Filo's 13); on the strength of these solutions,.theoretical
and experimental results are compared (Refs 2, 3). In con
clusdon, the possibilities of applying the formulae and their
agroement with experimental results are discussed. There are
3 figures and 5 references, 1 of which is Soviet.
ASSOCIATION: Urallskiy politekhnicheskiy institut (Ural Polytechnic Institute)
SUBMITTED: June 23, 1958
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2.*.2~00 S/141/59/002/oVoo6/024
AUTHORS; Ryzhk y 6042/fRA4
V.VL., Skrotskiy. _v YiiT
TITLE: Phenomenological Theory of Free Precession of the Magnetic
Momen s o Atomic Nuclei
PERIODICAL: Izv s iya irys.shikb uchebnykh zavedeniy, Radiofizika,
19599 Vol 24 Nr 6t pp 884  891 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: A discussion is given of the conditions necessary to
obtain the free preces3ion of the nuclear magnetization
vector of a speeimen in the PackardVarian method
(Ref 2). The PackardVarian. method consists of the
following. The specimen, which has a relaxatMon time of
the order of a iiecondt is magnetized by a sufficiently
large auxiliary field H 0 t perpendicular to the weak
measured field h 0 . When the auxiliary field is suddenly
switch~ad off, the magnetization vector M prectesses about
h0 with an angular velocity w = yh 0 . The coefficient
y is practically equal to the gyromagnetic ratio of the
nuclei under investigation. In practice, the most
Cardl/5 important cases are those In which transient processes
80125:
S/141/59/002/06/006/024
E012~11
Phenomenological rheory of Free Prece s OA104f the Magnetic Moments
of Atomic Nuclei
associated with the switchingoff of the auxiliary
field are damped out during a period of time which is
considerably smaller than therelaxation time for the
system of nuclear spins. In that case, the relation
betwevn them magirettzation vec*or M andthe field H is
given 'by Eq (1), which describes the motion of the
magnetization voctor during the transient process. After
the transient process is completed and when only the field
h0 remains, the magnetization vector precess&s freely,
the appropriate equation being Eq (2). The latter
equation was obtained in the previous paper by one of
the present authors (Ref 12). When the transverse and
longitudinal relaxation times are equal T = T.L
1 11
the solution of;'Eq (2) is given by Eq (3) Such an
approach to the problem enables one to consider
independently the effect of the switchingoff of the
auxiliary field on the initial precession amplitude anc~
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the characteristics of the damping of tho free precession
signal., It is shown that when the frequency of the tran
sient process a) is considerably greater than the
precession frequency in the measured field h 0 , the
transitint process has practically no effect on the
initial amplitude of the precession signal even in the
absence. of datnpkag. When the frequency of the transient
process w is sivaller than the precession frequency, the
transient pro.c;es;s will have no effect on the initial
amplitude of the precession signal only if it is heavily
damped. In particular, if the auxt1lary Tield is
aperiodi.c (w = 0) , the da=pingconstant should be
considerably greater than the precession frequency (Eq 6).
A furth,ar effect considered is thatof the influence of
nonuniTormity irt the measured field on the damping of the
free procession Eignalo Experiments on cylindrical speci
mens haire shoim that the effect of the normniformity in
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supposed by Waters.and Phillips (Ref 16). As a result
of the superposition of the magnetic momtints of different
elements of volume in the specimen, all of which have
different prec~ession rates, additional maxima appear in
the signal. The effect of nonuniformity can be neglected
providi~d YGR.0t < I , where R a is the radius of the
specimikr, (Figure 3). For example, for a cylindrical
speelmon of distilled water for which the diameter is
10 cm, the relixxation time is 3 see and
267 x 10 Bee Oe the ncnunifDrmity_jRay
be negle.ted provided G is less than 2.5 x 10 Oe CM
Figure 5 shows typical free precession signals for
distilled water for Cj = 6.1 x 105 and 4.2 x 105 Oe Cm
respectively. The distance between the minima in the
signal was found to be in good agrurement with the
calculations given in ftef 16. There are 5 figures,
1 table and 19 references, 8 of which are Soviet and L/r,
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ASSOCIATION: Urallskiy politekhnicheskiy institut (Ural
Polytechnical Institute)
SUBMITTED: June 29, 1959
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AUTHOR: Allmov, Yu.1. E192/F382
"NUMMMUMMUMEMMOMW
TITLE: Overall Stability of the Equilibrium State of Relaytype
~ Control Systems
PERIODICAL: Izvestlya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy, Radiofizika,
1959, VDI 2, Nr 6, pp 957  966 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The system considered is described by the following
operatoxial, equations:
Q(I?)z (P) = R(P)Y(P)
Y(p)  L I _kPf (of) I
f (tr) sgn a ; k P )% 0
The transfer fLxnction of the linear systemi is given by
Eq (2), where the coefficients a i and b I ,aret constants
whIch satisfy Eqs M, The real parts of all the roots of
Eq (4) are negative. The differential stability criteria
for Eqs (1) were found by a number of authors (Refs 13).
Cardl/4 In the following an attempt is made to determine the
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criteria of the overall stability of the system. The method
employed in the analysis is similax to that of Malkin
(Ref 5). Further, in the analysis it is assumed that the
system fulfils the conditions defined by Sqs (5) It is
shown that Eqj!i (1) can be written as Eqs (6), where X and
F are deftned by Eqs (7). The Lyapunov fumetion V for
Eqs (6) and (7) is constructed. This is defined by Eqs (24),
where the components of the functions are expressed by
Eqs (20) and (21). In its final form the Lyapunov function
can be written as Eq (28). The stability criteria can now
be defirted on the basis of the Lyapunov theorem. This
states that if all the roots of the characteristic equation:
n
dxi/dt = Fpisxs (i = 1, eoe, n) (29)
5=1
have negative real parts, then independently of W
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