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SOV/137-58-9-18362 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr9, p22(USSR) AUTHORS: Aristov, G. G. , Strelov, K. K. J. TITLE: Utilization of Non-burned Magnesite-chromite in the Roofs of Open-hearth Furnaces (Primeneniye bezobzhigovykh magnezi- tovykh ogneuporov v svodakh martenovskikh pechey) PERIODICAL: V sb. : Staleplavill n. proiz-vo. Moscow, Metallurgizdat, 1958, pp 241-252 1 ABSTRACT: The technology of the production of non-burned magnesite- chromite roofing products (NBMCR) consists of the compaction of the magnesite-chromite mass to a density of 2. 9 - 3. 081CM3 of the gree6 brick by means of pressinj and tamping followed by the drying of the green brick to 0. 50residual moisture. The service life of NBMCR roofs (R) attains 466 - 508 heats. Non-burned bricks have extremely low tensile strength, and the structural strength of R made of NBMCR is lower than that of magnesite-chromite. It increases if the supporting elements of R are built of magnesite-chromite brick and NBMCR is used as a filler. It is established experimentally Card 1/2 that the wear on the R in the course of the campaign is not SOV/l 37-58-9-1836Z Utilization of Non-burned Magnesite-chromite (cont. ) uniform. Since the transitional and the unchanged zones in the non-burned brick are less heat conductant than those in the burned brick then, under normal conditions, R of NBMCR should serve longer. By the same reason blowing out of the R is not advisable at the beginning of the campaign, but toward the end of the campaign it is possible, with its aid, to slow down the wear of the bricks, the thickness of which is reduced to a low, residual dimension. The blowing should be applied without interruption after the areas between the tie rods turn red. The heating of NBMCR R is conducted by the same procedure as those of magnesite-chromite bricks. With the conversion.,. of roofs from silica brick to NBMCR the productivity of the furnaces increased; however, under the conditions of the experiment, the fuel consumption and the specific consumption of refractories also increased, which is explained by incorrect heat control of the smelting procedure. 1. Refractory materials--Production 2. Refractory materials--Life expectancy 3. Furnaces--Equipment 4. Refractory materials--Test results L. K. Card 2/2 15(6) AUTHORS: Aristov, G, G., Strelov, Ko K, SOV/131-59-2-2/16 TITLE: The Production of Refractories in the Sverdlovsk Economic District (,Proizvodstvo ogneuporov v Sverdlovskom ekonomicheskom rayone) PERIO`DIGAL:- OgneuPorY, 1959, Nr 2t PP 51-55 (USSR) ABSTRACT: During the last war and in the post-war time the production of refractories has been considerably raised in this district. The major part of the products is supplied to the districts east of the Ural. In table 1 the quality of-some products of the works of the Sverdlovsk Sovnarkhoz is given. Fire-clay products correspond to classes B and V, and Dinas of all classes is produced. The technical level of many enterprises in the Ural is low. The furnaces are of outdated design and about 70% of fire-clay products are produced plastically because the works- do not dispose of the necessary strong presses. The quality of the products is low and the scrap ratio is high. The Verkhnyaya- Pyahma Works supply about 50vOOO tons of pulverized materials which does not cover the demand of metallurgy. Working productivity is low. The 7-year plan (1959-1965) provides the Card 1/3 Ural as the leading district of the RSFSR for the production of The Production of Refractories in the SOV11-31-59-2-2116 Sverdlovsk Economic District iron and nonferrous metals. This determines the further development of the production of refractories in this district. In table 2 the provided inc.rease of capacity of the works is given. For fire-clays the highest raise in capacity is provided in the Kombinat NTMK which the authors regard as being wrong because thisitombinat has no own raw material basis. They suggest the Bogdanovich Works, the Belkinskiy ore deposits and the Department of Refractories of the NTMK which should be modernized. The ore deposit.of the Karaullnaya Mountain should be provided with a large pulverizing and separating plant. The productive volume of powders,-mortars and masses provided by the VIO for the Verkhnyaya-.Pyshma .%rks does not cover the industrial demand. For the purpose of supplying metallurgy with raw and burnt dolomite the construction of a plant for dolomite burning is provided for the Bilimbay Mining Administration. In the years 1960-1961 a department of highly aluminbus products with a yearly capacity of 45,000 tons Yrill be established in the Bogdanovich Works. Card 2/3 The Production of Refractories in the SOV/131-59-2-2/16 Sverdlovsk Economic District Research work for raw material bases will be intensified. It would be useful to establish an independent scientific research and planning institute of refractories in Sverdlovsk on the basis of the Uralfskoye otdeleniye Vsesoyuznogo instituta ogneuporov (Ural Branch of the All-Union Institute of Refractories) and of the Satkinskiy proyektnyy filial (Satka Planning Branch)* There are 2 tables. ASSOCIATION: Upravleniye chernoy metallurgii Sverdlovskogo sovnarkhoza (Administration of Iron Metallurgy of the Sverdlovsk Sovnarkhoz) Ural'skoye otdeleniye Vsesoyuznogo, instituta ogneuporov (UralxDranch of the All-Union Institute of Refractories) Card 3/3 PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/4133 Aristov, Gleb Georgiyevich Formovshchik-pressov8hehik ogneupornykh izdeliy (The Molder and Presser of Refractory Wares) 2nd ed... rev. and enl. Sverdlovsk., Metallurgizdat, 1966. 208 p. Errata slip inserted- 3,650 copies printed. Ed.: M.I. Diyevrerova; Ed. of Publishing House: N.N. Tsymbalist; Tech. Ed.: R.M. Matlyuk. PURPOSE: This book isintended for workers in shops where refractory products are made. COVERAGE: The author discusses the properties of certain refractory materials and the raw materials which are used in their protuction. The fundamentals of pro- dIacing chamotte, Dinas bricks, magnesite and chrome-magnesite refractory wares are described. Also discussed are the techniques and equipnent used in molding and pressing various refractory articles made from plastic and semidry clay ma- terials. Basic principles in the organization of work and safety precaution rules are outlined. Personalities mentioned are I.P. Kvitchenko, V.I. Niputin, The Molder and Presser of Refractory Wares SOV/4133 M.A. Samarin and I.V. Spivak,all of whom are well-known designers of machinery and equirpment for mechanized and semiautcmatic production of refractory materi- als. There are 15 references, all Soviet. TABLE OF CONTMiTS: Introduction 3 Ch. 1. Characteristics of Refractory Materials 5 1. Propdrties of refractory materials 6 2. Effect of the quality of refractories on the productivity and life of metallurgical installations , 8 3- Classification of refractory materials 10 Ch. II. Raw Materials Used in the Production of Refractories 11 Refractory clays and their properties 11 (Irog as the thinner of clay 17 3. Quaftz materials 17 4. Magnesite and chromite 18 Ch. III. Making Chamotte,War,,o fran Plqstic Pastes 19 1. Preparation andcomminution of fraw] materials 19 GWA=27~ ---AFil,5TOV, G.G.; STi-.ELOV, K.K. "HefraetpA es in ferrous netallurgy" by M.A.Ligo-hit's. Deviewed by G.G.Alp6tovq K.K.Strelov. Ognoupory 25 no.12:582-583 160. (Y IIU 14: 1) (Refractory matorialls) (Metallurgy) (Lifshits, M.A.) ARISTOV,.-Gleb Georglytvich; NIKULIN, V.M., inzh., retsenzent; LEVCEMOY I~Z- Petr Vasiltyevic-H- red. izd-va; ., red.; SKOROBOGAGDEVA, A.P.,' MALIKOVA, N.T., tekbn, red, (Brief handbook of a grog production worker] Kratkii spravochnik rabochego shamotnogo, proizvodstva. Sverdlovsk, Metallurgizdat, 1962. 142 p. (Refractory materials) (MIRA 15:5) ARISTOV, G.G. - . Standards on rannei"and, stopper tube refractories. Ogneupory 27 no.lOS453-456 162. (MIRA 15;9) (Refractory materials-Standards) (Firebritk--Standards) ARISTOV, Gleb Georgiyevich; NIKULINj Vadim Mikhaylovich [Skilled worker in the refractories industryj a hard- book) Master ogneupornogo proizvodstva,- spravochnik. Moskvap Metallurgiia, 1965. 319 p. (MIRA 18:5) k~ .1 bets 14&L as Opus% l 1 1) vl w it Ij is m vi uwin low 41di" !~,I(wdfv n ow A L ! ~ I --- -- - ----- i- A.-Co -N 0 0 I I - . - . I ~ . - - 0 : "tmlv3l*M%Vl5 lallwallil IT31-Wilyla. 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B., Ye. . , Yoscow Institute of Nitrogen, (-1940-) "The Compressibility of Nitrogen-Hydrogen-Armonia Mixtures at High Pressures and Temperatures." Zhur. Fiz. Khim., Vol. 14, No. 5-6, 1940. USSRIProcesses and Equipment for Chemical Industries - Processes and Apparatus for I Chemical Technology,, K-1 Abst Journal: Referat Zhur - Khimiya, No 19, 1956, 63941 Author: Chertkov, B. A, IAristov G. Ye . Puklina, D. L. Institution: None Title: Absorption of Sulfur Dioxide from Flue Gases in an Absorber of the Bubbler Type Original Periodical: Khim. prom-at', 1956, No 1, 19-25 Abstract: Study of the process of bubbler absorption of SO from flue gases by an ammoniacal-sulfite-biBulfite solution in a bugbler with screen plates. T~e bubbler is in the shape of a column 220 mm in diameter with perforated aluminum plates spaced at interval of 400 mm. The ,experiments were conducted with 4 and 6 plates having apertures 4 and 5 mm in diameter. Actual free area of apertures was of 17.2 and 22.2% of total cross section of the column. Bottom grid had aper- ture' 3.9 mn in diameterj free area 15.2%. Gas velocity in relation Card 1/2 USSR/Proces*ses and Equipment for Chemical Industries - Processes and Apparatus for Chemical Technology, K-1 Abst Journal: Referat Zhur - Khjmiya., No 19,, 1956y 63941 Abstract: to total cross section of column was 1.4-2.4 m/sec3 velocity of gas at apertures of plates 8-14 m/sec; density of downflow 1.3-3.1 m3/m2 hour. It was found that: (1) with 6 plates, over-all back pressure of bubbler 150-200 mm of water column, and temperature of 30-330, the flue gases can be freed of 90% of the S02 with concurrent saturation of absorbing solution; (2) occurrence of foaming on the plates de- pends on velocity of gas at the plate apertures Wap, gas velocity over entire cross section of bubbler Wbub and their ratio Wap/Wbub 5-6 under the conditions of the experiments; (3) correlation between S02 absorption rate coefficient and temperature is determined by the empirical equation K = A-t-0*5 wherein A is a constantj (4) value of K increases in direct proportion to the increase in resistance of the solution layer on the plates and decreases with decrease in chemical capacity of the solution fed onto the plate; (5) value of K in rela- tion to unit of volume of the bubbler exceeds by 10-20 times that of a packed absorber,* (6) the bubbling process almost does not increase absorption of 02, and the degree of oxidation of the solution is by several times lower than in a packed absorber. Card 2/2 STRIGUNOV, T.M.; ARISTOV, I.A.. redaktor-, PISXMVA, N.V., takhnichookiy, redaktor [Construction of airplane cowlings and calculation of their durability].Konsitruktalla i raschet na prochnost' aviatsionnykh kapotor. Moskva. Oborongis glavnaia redaktaiia ariatsionnoi lit-i7, 1946. 107 p. (KLRA 8:2) (Airplanes-Design and construction) ARISTOV, I. A. AND M. S. KOLIDERTSEV Opyt vnedreniia statistichedkogo kontrolia. (Vestn. Mash., 1950, no. 12, P. 50-54) Experiment in introducing statistical control. DLC: TN4. V4 SO: Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering in the Soviet Union, Library of Congress, 1953. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, February 1953, Unclassified. V T ARONOVICH, H.A.; BOGOLTUBOVA, I.Tu., rodaktor;-AIUSTOY, I.A.. laureat Stalinskoy premii, inzhener, reteenzent; SON, M.Z., inzhener, reteenzent; SAKSAGARSKIT, T.D., redaktor;'KWAZM, V.I., tekbni- cbeskly redaktor. [Increasing the ontput per machine and unit of space; hidden potentialities in the use of equipment and area of a machine building plant] Uvelichenie alouL produktaii a oborudovaniia i ploshchadei; rezervy ispollzovaniia oborudovaniia i ploshchadei na masbinostroitelinom zavode. Moskva, Goe.nauchno-takhn.izd-vo mashinstrolt. lit-ry, 1955. 102 p. (MUU 8:11) (Machinery industry) iRagneering -'Standards:.,, ~ ...,Pub 128 :4/33 *thora.: Aristov I* A. Tit, required know-4ow. in t he production of chains*(Letter to thei- k4tor.~ -::V4st sh ma '~$O~81 Jafi 1956 v 7 6/41 lb stia Th Ole en a a n- due. to - e d fi i cie chain manufacturi. i the' ng industrys incoordination lack of-proper standards technical.specifications and I mater.ials research.faci3-itiess-duplication of efforts and the waste of raw are- criticized -and suggestions are made to remedy the abovie mentioned conditions. Institution I/I , , ~ ", , -~, Ii,-- L- , .- , - SHLYAKOV, B.M., Inzhenar; ARISTOW, Z ~ Z.K. Im-oroving the desirn and ti.~- i -` r,~;sh roller chnin vroducti~ia. 7,F~6t.mAsh. 37 5 15';". (MIRA 10:9) ~ A i,At' 1AUTHORs Aristov, I.A., Engineer, 117-3-26/28 TITLE: Conference on Problems of Automobile Engine Life (Konferentsiya po povysheniyu dolgovechnosti avtomobillnykh dvigateley) PERIODICAL: Mashinostroitelt, 1958, # 3, P 47 (USSR) ABSTRACTt The conference was organized by the NTO Mashprom and convened in 1957 in Moscow. A number of 230 delegates from automobile plants, research institutes, and higher technical schools par- ticipated. The following persons delivered reports: Deputy Chief De- signer of the Yaroslav Automobile Plant P.I. Novikov, leading designer of the Kharikov Plant "Serp i Molot", M.K. Kubata, leading designer of the Moscow Plant of Small Engine Displace- ment Automobiles (Moskovskiy zavod malolitrazhnykh avtomobiley), V.A. Mitrofanov, Candidate of Technical Sciences A.D. Kuritsina of the Machine Institute of the USSR Academy of Sciences (in- stitut mashinovedeniya Akademii nauk SSSR), scientific worker of NAMI A.G. Allperovich ("Life of Modern Engines of Soviet and Foreign Make"), Candidate of Technical Sciences M.S. Ko- renev (of KAMI) ("On Application of Highly Effective Air Fil- Card 1/3 ters for Increasing the Life of Automobile Engines"). Conference on Problems of Automobile Engine Life 117-3-26/28 In the report "The Problem of Choosing Antifriction Alloys for Automobile Bearings", Candidate of Technical Sciences N.M. Rudnitskiy (of NAMI) spoke of a new, USSR made, anti- ftiction alloy " COC6-6" consisting of 86~ lead, 6% antimony, and 6% tin, which is used by 4 plants making automobile bearings. At the Moscow Automobile Plant imeni Likhachev, this alloy brought about an annual saving of 21 million rubles. It can be used for the new heavy- -duty 3-layer bearings. Engineer B.M. Grindorf (Middle-Asian Polytechnic Institute) delivered the report "Increasing the Wear Resistance of Engine Cylinders by the Use of Metal-Ceramic Linings". Engineer D.I. Bran (NIITAvtoprom) reported on increasing the life of valves by aluminizing the facets. Engineer V.S. Zavellskiy (NAMI) pointed out in his report "Corrosion Sensitivity of Cast Iron to Sulphur Oxides" that the corrosion of engines has become acute on account of the highly sulphurous fuels used at the present time. He des- cribed the tests carried out at NAMI, in which the cylinder- and-piston units were run in sulphurous gas, and the wear was measured by the method of radioactive isotopes. It was concluded that the sulphurous anhydride forming at the burning Card 2/3 process can produce gas corrosion at high temperature, which - t Conference on Problems of Automobile Engine Life 117-3-26/28 apparantly explains the high rate of wear in the upper part of the cylinder lining and the piston rings. Candidate of Technical Sciences D.I. Vysotskiy (NAMI) made a report on investigation methods with the use of radio- active isotopes. Candidate of Technical Sciences A.I. Niske- vich (N,&TI) annamced that NATI has used radioisotopes for 5 years in testing the wear resistance of materials under laboratory conditions, as well as for evaluating the wear rate of the piston rings of " A-35 it and It A-5411 tractors in test running. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 3/3 I AUTHORS; Miting V.I., and Engineers -20/21 SOV-117-58-4 -TITLEs 4th Plenary Session of TsP NTO Mashprom (IV plenum TsP NTO Mash- proma) PERIODICALs Mashinostroitel",, 1958., Nr 4-.~ PP 45-47 (USSR) ABSTRACTs The Plenary Session of the Central Board of the Scientific- Technical Society of the Mach ine-jev.` 4.- _ Industry was convened in January 1956. Central Board Chairman~ D.A. Ryzhkovp opened the session with his report, "The Objectives of NTO Mashprom". Assistant Central Board Chairman, N.S. Fedotenko, delivered a report "On the Thematir, and Financial 1958 Plin of NTO RASh- prom". The following NTO members from different towns parti~-,i- pated in the general discussionss B.S. Mordvinov (Omsk); P.P. Bergq Chairman of Vsesoyuznaya sektsiya liteyshchikov (All-Union Foundry Workers Section); I.G. Fofanov, Chairman of Vsesoy~znaya sektsiya ekonomiki i organizatsii proizvodstva (All-Union Section for Economics and Production Organization); A.B. Goldenberg(Ufa); K.V. Lyubavskiyq ~;hairman of Vsesoyuznaya sektsiya svarochnogo proizvodstva (All-Union Section of Welding Industry): B.G. Yeger- man, Director of Obshchenstvennyy Uni'versitet (Public University), Card 1/2 G.S-. Stri2;hanov (Fermi); P.V. Chernogorov (Chelyabinsk); V,P. 4th Plenary Session of TsF NTO Mashprom SOV ... 117--58--4--20/21 Chenobrovkin (Hesi of the Foundry Section of Sverdlovsk NTO)1~ B.D. Groznov (Kiy--m); S.S. Chetverikov (Chairman of the All- Union Section of Mechanical Engineering and Assembling); I.A. Aristov; P.N. Tovadze; S.A. Voroblyev; N.0, Okerblom.; S.3. Zaslavsk-Jy. The rollowing reports were also heard~ "Hews in Technology of Prefabricating Shops of Plants" by Doctor of Technical Sciences D~P. Ivanov; "News in Machineouilding Technology of USSR" by Engineer I.G. Fofanov-, "Mineral Ceramics and Their Prospective Applications in Machine-bU4 'd-ng" by Professor S.S. Chetverikov. The session approved the thematic and financial plan for- 1958~ 1. Machines-USSIR Card 2/2 30(10) SOV. -117-59 4 -29//30- AUTHOR: Aristov, I.A- Scientific Secretary of the NTC ?LkShPROU Cent a-T-B-oa-TM. TITLE- The NTO MAShPROM Contests. PERIODICAL- Mashinostroitel,'), 1.959, Nr 4,, pp 41-42 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Information is presented on the best works submitted in the NTO MAShFROM contests organized in 1958 in the USSR Machine Buildin7 industry, -q-nd T)rj7AS with Letters of Honov In the field of weldin.~,-, the lst praze t.?,60U rubles) went to ,'Redesign of the Welding Automatic "UT-1.500" f ox 'Sel-, ding Metal Structures in Carbon Dioxide", by a group of authors, Podol^skiy mashinostroA4.tellnyy zavod im. Ordzhonikidze (Podollsk Machine Building Plant imeni. Ordzhonikidze), and "Mechanization and -t1utomation of 'Jeldin Production " by the same authors. The 2nd prize NOOO rubles) was granted to. 1) an authors Card 1/6 Soll/117-59-4-29/36 The NTO MAShPROM Contests group of VPTI Glavniiproekt at the Gosplan of the US-OR, for "Composite Universal Setting Devices for '-.'Ielding Assembly 'i'lork","A 'Jelding Manipulator of five tous Lifting Capacity", and 3 other works; 2) to an authais group of Konotol Faectrcmechanical Kant for "An Automat for the -Gilectric Slag .4eiding of Flange Butts and Rings with Short Seams"; 3) to a group of NIITAVTOPROM~ for "A Machine for Capacitor -Welding of Bicycle Frames"; the 3rd prize (1,500 rubles) went to V authors groups of four (non-identified) plants, for "A Method of Visual X-Ray Check of -Jeld Seams", and three other works. In forging and stamping., the 1st prize was granted to authors E.R. Shor, I.Ya. Al'shits. L.L. Baybakova. N.Ya. Kanakina,, Z.G. Smolkotina., of TsNIITMASh, for "A Study of Technologic Lubricants in Condibions of Hot Stamping of Light Alloy Parts". the 2nd prize to A.M. Mansurov and A.P, Gal9perin, of Card 2/6 SOV/117-59-4-29/36 The NTO TVIAShPROM Contests. Giproavtoprom, for "An Automatic Line for Stamping Bevelled Bearing Races from Pipe Blanks"; and the 3rd prize totwo groups for "An Automatic Line for Stamping Parts". and "A Pneumati_- Machine for Vlashing and Idiping Glass Panes". In the contest for work rate auota- establishing instruments, no lst prize was grantedg the 2nd (5,000 rubles) went to A.B. Vardanyan, M.Z. Golubev and T.,1.Fb Platonov,, for an instrument with .12 adding cou-nters designed for studying the work time consumption and the down time, and D.M. Gurevich'for an instruil:ent for establishing the optimum cutting rocess or. various machine tools. The 3rd prizes 2,500 rubles) were granted to L.P. Bakanov for the ~ "B-3` instrument for the calculation of machining pro- C) cesses and to S.Ya. Firsov, and K.P. Stroganov for a work time watching instrument. In the mechanization of repair work, the 2nd prize was -ranted to authors of GAZ CARD 3/6 SOV/117-59-4-29/36 The NTO MAShPROM Contests. for "A Hydraulic Remover for Mechanizing the Unpressing of Parts in the Repair of Heavy Forging Presses and Other Equipment" and to an authors group of Moskovskiy tormoznoy zavod bAoscow Brake Plant) for "A Device - Machine - for Grinding Frame Bedways in Repair",. The 3rd prize went to a group of Yuzhuralmashzavo,-- ("Yuzh-axs1mashzavo&7' Famt) for "A Uulyer- sal Hydraulic Remover with Lateral Plungers". In a con- test for the Prize imeni N.A. Minkevich, the lst prize was given to authors of the Avtozavod imeni Likhacheva (Automobile Plant imeni Likhschev~ f or "A Study and Putting into Use of a Nitro-Cementation Process with Direct Isothermal Hardening in Alkali, with Final Treatment", and Yevseyev, Kuz9mina, Kalinin,, Pereponov and Bulatnikov, for "A Study and Use of Conirolled Atmosphere Type for Thermal and Chemico-Thermal Treat- ment of Steel"; the 2nd went to Yakovlev, Spektor and Card 4/6 SOV/117-59-41-29/36 The NTO MAShPROM Contests. Makatov for "New Technology of Heat Treatment of Tubular Parts of Complex Shape with Heating During Hardening", and -to A.D. Assonov for the book "Tech- nology of Heat Treatment of Automobile Parts"-, and the 3rd (1,000 rubles) to Ye.I. Malirldna for the work "The Formation of a Crack in Heat 9~reatment of Steel"'. In a contest for the Prize imeni. Chernov, the 1st prize (10,000 rubles) was granted to S.Z. Bokshteyn, T.I. Gudkova, A.A. Zhukhovitskiy, S.T. Kishkin and L.I. Moroz, for "A Study of the Diffusion and Distribution of Qom- ponents in Real Metal with the Use of Radioactive Isotopes`. The 2nd was -*aotgiven, and the 3rd (2,500 rubles) went for 7 (not specified) works. In the automobile industry, the 1st prize was awarded to authors of the Gorlkiy Automobile Plant for the works "The Family of V-Shaped 8-Cylinder Four -Cycle Car- buretor Benzine Engines"' and "A V-Shaped 8-Cylinder Card 5/6 SOV/11?-59-4-29/36 The NTO MAShPROIA Contests. Engine Cylinder Block of Aluminum Alloy Made by Chill Casting and Under Pressure". The 2nd went to an authors group of MZMA for "Layout and Design Develop- ment of Modern Top-Valve Engine (f,,Iodel "407) for the Automobile "Iloskvich", authors of NAIMI for the work "Refrigerator Car" and another authors group of NA31.a for the work "The Family of Air-Cooled '"ITAMI" Gaed-Line En-ines". The NTO MAShPROM will organize eight All-Union, eight republic-wide, three kray-wide, and many oblast-wide contests during 1959. All-Union contest works will be submitted to NTO W~ShPROM with documents proving the practical application and the engineering and economic effect of the suggestion, as well as references to plants or organizations where the work has been done. Card 6/6 Al MA I. A Competitions of the Scientific.Technological Socie'.7 of the ,$%ohinery Industry. Mashinoatroitell no.5,46-4? It %0. (MIRL 11,; 5) 1. Chlen pr6zidiuma TSentrallnogo upravleniya. nauchno--tekhnicheakoho obshchestva mashinostroitellnoy promyshlenno-iti. (Mechanical engineering-i--Competitions) ARISTOV I.A. 1, Magnets used in hoisting and conveying machinery. Mashinostroitely no.8:41 Ag 162. (MIRA 15:8) (Hoistitg machinery) (Conveying machinery) SUBJECT: WESTERN COUNTRIES/Mining 12~1-10_10/24 AUTHORS: Aristov, I.I. and Vasillyev, Ye.I., Mining Engineers TITLEt News in the Techniques of Strip Mining in Capitalistic Coun- tries (Novoye v tekhnike otkrytykh rabot v kapitalisticheskikh stranakh) PERIODICAL: Gornyy Zhurnal, 1957, #1u, pp 44-47 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The author describes development of the strip-mining method in the western countries, in particular: USA, Canada, Britain, Northern Rhodesia and Western Cermany, and new technical means used in these open mines. The article contains 6 photos. 21 non-Slavic references are cited.. ASSOCIATION: Moskva Mining Institute (Moskovskiy gornyy institut) PRESENTED BYt SUBMITTED: No date indicated AVAILABLE: At the Library of Congress, Card 1/1 9811savol jo I., gorW insh. Analyzing conditions foi carrying On OPOn-Pit mining operations in undermined areas. Nauch. trvdy MGr no.26:65-89 159- (MnU 13: 3-1) . Otrip mining) RZHEVSKIYI V.V., prof.)dokt.tekhn.nwik; BUYANOV,Yu.D., kand.tekhn.naik; VASILIYEV, Ye.l.., kand.tekhnonauk; DDIIN, A.M., kand.tekhn.nauk; KULESHOV, N.A., kand.tekhn.3aaWq- MOISHOV., B.G.p kandtekhn.nauk; NEVSKIY) V.N., kand,tekbn.nauk; POTAPOV, M.G., kand.tekbn.nauk; RODIONOVY L.Ye.,, kandtekhn.nauk; SIOK-lNj ~.A.p kand,tekhn.nauk; SUKHANOVAI Ye.M... kand.tekhnnauk; YUMATOV, B.P.., komd.tekhn.nauk; KHOKMAKOV,, V.S.j, kand.tekhn.nauk; ALEKSANDROVI N.N.9 gornyy inzh.; ARISTOV 1.1 , inzh.; BUGOSLAVSKIY, Yu.K.p gornyy inzh.; DIDKOVSKIY, D.Z., inzh.; ONOTSKIY, M.I., inzh.,- STAKHEVICII, Ye.B., inzh.; dymm, L.M.2 red.izd-va; MAMMOVAI V.Vaq tekhno red.; KONDRATIYEVA, M.A., tekhn. red, (Handbook for the strip-mine foremnnl SpravocbM gornog*--sastera karlera. Pod red. V.V.Rzhevskogo. Moskval Gos.nauchno-tekhn.izd-vo lit-ry po gornomu delu, 1961, 572 p. (MIRA UZI?) (Strip mining) I. f.. MILENIKIY, Vladimir Dmitriyevich, kand. tekhn. nauk; JJUSIQX I 'V retsenzent; PESKOVA, L.N., red.; VASILIYEVA N.N., te n. red. (Designs and estimates in the construction of means of transportation] Proekty i smety v transportnom stroitell- stve. Moskva, Transzheldorizdat, 1963. 58 p. (MIRA 16:11) (Transportation) BARACHNYY, G.; ARISTDV,-Y-; MOCHALOVA, A.; KOROLIKOVA, B.; ANDREYEV, K.; TSITSKIrEV, S.; KUCHUMVA, L.; IVAKHIN, I.; KURSOV, I.; KARAVAYEV, S. Our readers' letters. Den. i kred. 20 no.3:69-73 Mr '62. WRA 150) 1. Kreditnyj inspektor Bakhohisarayskogo otdeleniya Gosbahka Krymskoy, oblasti (for Barachnyy). 2. UpravIyayushchiy Krasnosellskim otddleniyam Gosbanka Kostromskoy oblasti (for Aristov). 3. Zamestitell nachalinika operatsionnogo upravleniya Moskovskoy gorodskoy kontory Gosbanka (for Mochalova). I+. Starshiy ekonomist Moskovskoy gorodskoy kontory Gosbanka (for Korollkova). 5. Nachallnik tekhnicheskogo otdela Moskovskoy oblastnoy kontory Gosbanka (for Andreyev). 6. Starshiy kreditnyy inspektor Sunzhenskogo otdeleniya Gosbanka C-hecheno-Ingushskoy ASSR (for TSitskiyev). 7. Glavnyy- bukhgalter otdeleniya Gosbanka Verkhne- Chusovskiye Gorodki Permskoy oblasti (for Kuchumova). 8. Revizor Kurskoy oblastnoj kontory Gosbanka (for Ivakhin). 9. Glavnyy bukhgalter Irbitskogo otdeleniya Gosbanka. Sverdlovskoy oblasti (for Kursov). 10. Glavnvy bukhgalter Komi-Permyatskoy okruzhnoy kontory Gosbanka (for Karavayev). (Banks and banking) -MUSTOV, L., starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik Cities of the near future. Infom.biul. VDNKH no.4sl7-129 Ap 165. (mIRA 18-5) 1, Favillon "Grazhdanskoye stroitelletvoll na Vystavke dostlzheniy narodnogo khozyaystva SSSR, 8/08 lAO10OO/0 16/012/0 12 A006/AOO1 Tram3lation from.- Referativnyy zhurnal, Knimiya., 1960, No. 16, P. 575, # 67708 AUMORS: Dobrolyubov, G.V., Aristov, L.O.,- Starov, I.M. TITLES increasing the Efficiency of Rollers When Masticating Nitrile Rubbers\~ PERIODICAL. Opyt raboty prom-sti Sovnarkhcza (Mosk. gor. ekon. adm, r-n), 1958, No.' 8, PP. 4o-'44 TMz The research for.means of Improving the efficiency of rollers was ccndu,.ted Ln two directions.- 1) by establishing the dependeAce of the efficiency of rollers on the weight of the pack; 2) by revealing means of reducing the'-,Ime of mechanioal mastication of rubber as compared to the effective regulations (20 min). The time of mechanical mastication depends only on the type of rubber, A reduction in weight of the pack does not accelerate mechanical mastlication and raises considerably the specific electric power consumption required for -the drive motor. E 'lectric power consumption, per time linit of processing, depends only on the type of i-abber and serves to determine the specific consumption of electric power per unit of the rubber amount. Changes in the power consumed by the motor Card 1/2 -si/081/60-/000/016/012/012 A006/AO01 Increasing the Efficiency of Rollers When Masticating Nitrile Rubbers are .:,onnected with structural changes occurring In %e ruVter -luring mech!3zlical masticaticn, which are completed within the first ten minutes of process'Ing, sequently the mear. power required by the electric motcr d~:.es not vary. The prc-Ses.5 of ch-,Lngez- in power during the ´┐Żnitial prooe.--sing period ´┐Ż.s az.-%alsgous t--, that r-f changes in conditional viscosity, determan-~d on a 10% sclution in ethyl-acetats with a 63 -4 (vz-4) viscosimete7. The moment of com;,leted ma:-hanlcal masti~aati~:-n can be determined by measuring the power coneumel by the driv; The use Cf this me+,kod provides for a double increase of the roller efficiency with the simultaneous reduction of electric power conswmpt-fon, and malkei p~lssible automatic-n of the mastication pri7cess. V. C-lagolev Translator's nolle- Thia is the full tranz1ation of the orlginal Russinz-, ab.- tract. Cari 2/2 STAROV9 I.N.1- SUSHCHENKOV A.A ~I_MISTOVq LA; 4RTEMIYEVw B.N. Industrial testing of an internal rijb'4er mixer at the type RS No.11 during the high-speed spinning of iis rotora. Kauch. i rez. 20 no.1:11-12 ja 161. (MIRA 14.3) 1. Moskovskiy institut khimicheskogo machinostroyeniya. (Rubber, Machinery) -- ARISTO'.1) L. !. Ulnvosti,aation of Azo Derivatives of Para-anino-salic '-lie Acid." Cand Chen Sci, Tonsk Polytec*.--nic insL, Nin HiLher Education US-.-Iz, Tomsk, 1954. (rd~' 110 10, :,ar 55) so: Swii. lie 6710, 2) 6ept 55 - Survey or Scientific mid Tecimicil ions Defended at USS.Z Higher EducaLional Institutions (15) ARISTOV, L.I.; K011STAIMNOV, V.V. Polymers with chelatd bonds,derivatives of.,8-hydroxytjolnolina. Izv.TPI 111:104-106 161. (141RA 16:9) 1. Predstavleno professoi~bm doPtoAm klilmichaskikh nauk L.P. Kulevym. (Quinolinol) (Chelates) L 20990-65 RPL MV MWD APC&S!6NNR- AR4046160 8/0081/64/000/01IJ8042/SO42 0, UTHOR.- Aristav, L. 1. Serebrmskaya, G. G -Allylhvdroxmethyl-3-gulnolinol%nd its ability to T TITLE: 5 _polvme~~rlth the formation of chelate 2dMery M'71M) SO&M Dokl. 2-y Mezhvuz. konferentall po khlmff organ, kom soyed~nenly' 1963. Tomsk. oms Y TOPIC TAGS: chelate polymer, copolymer solubility, copolymer heat resistance, styrene, methyimethaerylate copolymer, metal salt -RANSDAMON: In the presence of Na2CO3, 5-chloromethyl-g-hydroxyquinolin reacts with allyl alcohol to form an ether (needles with EL melting point of 81-82C) which copoly- merizes with vinyl monomers in the presence of peroxides - The specific viscosity of solutions or.' copolymers of styre~ie with allyl ether and methylmethacrylate is increased by the addition of a solutiJon of nietRI the capoly-mer RohiLions being colored dark green by Fe salts, green. by Cu salts and light brown by Go E3 alta . 7he oaf tening temperature of Lhfa Mlymers increases by 10-50C after the addition of metall, and their thermal stability W 1/2 -- L 20990-65 :'ACCESSION NR: AR4046160 is also increased; they form hjeAt-stAtLle colored films which are soluble In orgmile Ejolvents. V. F. RUB CODE: OC ENCL.- 00 Card 2/2 MOLODYKH, N.Ye. Chelate polymers based on metbylene-bia-salicylic acid. Izv. TPI 126s2l-22 164. (KRA 180) VYF,TOV, -,I.y RM'KINA, N.M. Inner-complex organosillcon compounds based an 8-quinolinol derivatives. Izv. TPI 126323-25 164. (MIRA 18%7) L ,()c6,7-65 EPA (s -21" (m)/7PF(c)/-E-;q/-f4PQ)/T RPT, TWT ACCESSION NR: NR4048486 S/0081/64/000/013/SO-13/SO33 SOURCE: Ref. 7h. Khimiya, Abs. 13S2N AUMOR: Aristov, L. 1. TITLE: B-Iiydroxyguinotinyl-5-hydroxymethylenentethacrylate~and polychetates"l. derived therefrom CITED SOURCE- Dot-.!. 2-y Mezhvuz. konferentsti po khimii orgLn. kcmpleksn. sc-yed1nenLy, 1963. Tom--sk, Tomakly n-t, TOPIC TAGS: polymethacrylate synthesis, hydroxyquinoline polymer, meth7l- methacrylate polymer, polychelato, 'zfliccorganic compound, Q-,;aT1C1MSgnesium compound, styrene copolymer, chlorosiLane resin, sLlicocrganic resin, organo- metallic complex TFANSTATIOW: During the reaction of potassium methacrylate with 5-chlorometh7i- 8-hydroxyquinoline hydrochloride, an ester of metbacrylic acid (melting point 128C) is obtained which is able to polymerize and copolymerize 1with methyl.- methacrylate ana styreneqin the presence of peroxide initiatori. The copolymers obtained form themopT-aatic. polychelates with the C.rd 1/2 VIN WONR: AR4048486 salts of many metals. These sy ,yAetic polychelates are soluble in tetrahydrofuran and are highly heat resi6tant.0 From 8-hydroxyquinoline the author obtained 5,1- dibromo-g-hydroxyqu-'notine and its butyL ether, as well as 5-Dromo-8-hydroxy- quinoline and its m;thyl ether, butyl ether and benzoyl ester, which were used for the preparation of arganomagnesium compounds. The action of SiQ6 on these organomagnesium compoundsiregulted in the isolation of silicoorganic compounds with butoxy- and methoxyqdinolyt radicals, which were abfe to ccnd-~-nSe--WHh--- dimethyldLchlorosilene and phenyLtrichlorasillane with the formation of heat resistant gtticoorganic resins (decomposing completely at 850C) that can Form lacquer f i Ims. The resins c~-tnllre,! f--- mc'erular cr-riplexc-5 7('C! an'! ?altq o: '~I!arv -ne~als' V. TcDtir~p--;Z;~-'. Card 2/2 L 413il-.65 VEWT ~ rp) IFP~, C1 /P.T` RY A17CF"'"! ~IP: A P S (I 1,F C L: :R 3 1ih ii y aA bs .18 Zh 2 3 c~ .AUTHOR; Aristov, L. I., Kostina, G. I.; Grosheva. M. P. I- .TITLE: Organosilicon com2ounds with quinol-ine radicals :CITED SOURCE: Dokl. 2- Mez4~htvu . konferentsii po khimii organ. kompleksn. soyedineniy, 1963. Tomsk, -Tomskiy M-t 1963, 93-94 JOPIC TAGS: 'organosilicon compound, quinoline, organo metallic compound i iTRANSLATION: 5-bromo-hydroxyquinoline and its esters (methyl, butyl) were synthe- isized from 6-hydroxyquinoline. They react with RMgX in tetrahydrofuran. The yield iof reaction'products is 40%. ~ the case of benzoyl ester of 5-bromo-hydroxyquino- line the reaction proceeds only upon addition of CH 1. 5, 7-dibromo-hydrov,,quinn- line and its butyl ester were -also obtained frcn hylroxyquinoline which als-0 reacts .easiLy vith RKgX. The reaction of the obtained Kg-organic compounds with SiC14 'Produced Si-organic compounds with butoxy and methoxyquinoline radicals, which condense with (CH3)2S'Cl, and C H sicl 6 5 3 Prc"uc'ng LI.-organic resins. These latter Card 1/2 1, 31311-6c ArCESSION NP: AF5,)()3686 produce Ilacque, films and display signiiicant thenral. stability. Y a , ~ -,)m i i s ar,~r., V~2 SUB CODE: OC, Gr- -.N ~: :, I C 73r d4' ' I- .ARISTOV.., KOSTINA, T. I. 5-Bromo-8-hydroxyquinoline. Zhur. ob. khim. 34 no.10:3421-3422 0 164. (MIRA 17: 11) 1. Tomskiy politeklinicheskiy institut imeni S.M. Kirova. L 63320-65 FWT(jn)/&P(J)/T 4. JA SIDUPCE : ?-rf. zh. Khimiya. Als. 3 AUTHOR: Aris tov , L. I. ; -tlodykk~,- N. '.,e . TITLE. Claw-1.1ke polymers on a base of methylene-bis-salicylic acid CITED SOURCE: Izv. Tomskogo politek~';n. in-ta, v. 126, '~?64, 21-22 r\ TOPIC TAGS: polymer, irethylene-bis-salicyl:lc-.aci-d,I polvamide r F-r TRAJV~ LA T ION: Heatin.7_ ICA Llelusdtluri witn a205 aqueous -.f !thylene-diamine white 7,owdez-,- olvamides with a melting point of 170-220'; a r,,-Iativ- of n.2% Solutions a - 2 C to a T-,,r) 13 r 4,i -t 1. -,1 s,- Lion of coLi,er acew- ---ra - -a zreen 7- f '---ir, at Card 1/2 L 63320-65 'ACCESSION MR: AR5017400 ~does not melt at 2600. The polymer is slightly (2-6%) soluble in dimethylformalde- 'hyde, pyridine, and IN NaOH; it is r--sistant to baseg; and it loses Cu upon the action of ~:ar-ent rate.-A t4,~7-7, .4-r3 - ;- ' '-- -~:--3 - 3!-.3 IV-,