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ARKADIFS, .B.A.; GANNITSA, V.14.-, POLORATSKAYA, N.D. Froblern of the heating of a flanged joint, Inzh,-fJz, zhur. 8 no.O'~ 735-741 Je 165. (MIRA 18-7) 1. Turbinnyy zavod imeni Kirova, Kharlkov. L 04062-67 ElqP(k)/E~,-i-T(m)/-?~2rrvIP(w)/EL4P(vy IJ11(c) Eq ACC NR' AP6027316 SOURCE CODE: UR/013.4/66/000/005/ooo7/ooog 1AUTHOR: Sobolevs S-. P. (Eng1noer); (Engineer); ellnik S. Me (Engineer) ORP: none I ITLE: Selection of guiding vane grids SOURCE: Energomasbinostroyeniye, DO& 5, 1966v 7-9 ,TOPIC TAGS: turbine design, turbine blade ABSTRACT: The article presents a method for optimization of the grid profiles for the guiding vanes of turbines and gives the results of a comparison of three types of profiles. In the comparison of the profiles, no corrections were introduced for the effect of the angle of the incoming flow, or for the Re and M numbers, since in most cases these corrections are not significant. The mean discharge angle for the flow, C4 . was taken as aresine 9A, where a is the size of the throat, and t is the spacing of the grid. Based on experimental resultsp a figure shows the dependence of the profile losses of energy on the relative spacing for three types of profiles. A second figure ~illustrates the dependence of the total energy losses in the grid on L Card- ACC NRs AP6027316 the disabarge angle of the flowpCo(. Origo art. bas: 4 figures and l table. i SUB CODE: 13 SUBM DATE: none/ ORIG REF-. 0021 OTH REF: 001 Card 212 38783-66----EWT(I' MW -- - - ACC NR: AP6024819 SOURCE CODE: UR/0096/66/000/008/0050/0052 AUTHOR: Arkad'yev, B. A. (Engineer); Shatrovskaya, G. N. (Engineer) ORG:,Kharkov turbine plant (Khar'kovskiy turbinnyy zavod) TITLE: Calucaltion of natural convective heat transfer in turbine cavities using a digital computer SOURCE: Teploenergetika, no. 8, 1966, 50-52 TOPIC TAGS: convective heat transfer, turbine, turbine rotor, turbine design ~ ovw et& 10 %'X ABSTRACT: A computer program based on finite difference equations was developed for calculating natural convection in turbine rotor cavities in which the convection is caused by centrifugal force and depends on the distance from the axis. As an example, convection was calculated of a cavity 1.23 m diameter with temperatures of 300 and 350C at the ends. The limitations of the method are discussed. Orig. art. has: 3 formulas. [PV] SUB CODE:*Q/ -SUBM DATE: Pone/ ORIG REF: 006 RUGA, A.; ARKADIM.,J).-I., ~ Z~;- z~ ~ , " ~~. r- - I I Hidden reserves discovered by the collective. Stroi.mat.,izdel. i konBtr. 1 no.6:25-27 Je 155, (KLU 9: 1) l.Glavnyy inshener Konstantinovskogo stekollnogo zavoda imeni OktyAbr'skoy revolyutsil (for Ruga).' (Konstantinavo--Glass manufacture) ARKADIYEV, D. Attention to.oustomers' needs is the main thing. Sov. torg. 34 no.9:7-9 S 161. , (MIRA 14:9) (Moscow-Department stores) ---ARKADIYEV--D7.- 0 irmh- Y,Vsteries of blue streams. 37 no.3:12-15 Mr 162. (MIRA 1524) (Aerodynamics, Supersonic) (Airplanes-Design and constructift) ARKADIYEV, D. The success of stock fattening depends on food wastes. Ob-lhchestv. pit. no.10z/+6 0 162. (MIRA 15:11) (Zaporozhlye Province-Swine-Feeding and feeding stuffs) ARKAADk!W~--D.-(Krasnoyarskiy kray) From the upper reaches to the mouth of the Yenisey River. Obshchestv. pit. no-7:15-18 JI 161V (KIRA 14:8) (Krasnoyarsk Territory-Restaurants, lunchrooms, etc.) ARKAD IYEV., D. (Khanty-Mansiyak) On the shores of the Irtysh River. Obahchest.pit. no.3:55-56 bir 162. (MIRA. 15:4) 1. Korreep6ndent zhurnala "Obshcheetvemoye pitaniye". (Khantyi-Mansiyak-Restaurants, lunchrooms, etc.) ARKADIYEV, D, U: - ~-j .~ I The first in a city which Is not shown on the map. Obahchastv. pit. no.n216-17 N 162. (KMA 16A) (Moscow-Province-Restaurants,, lunchroomst etc.) ARMIUV 'D epropetrovsk) Public university. Sov. torg. 33 no.9:50 S 162. Onspropetrovsk- Distributive education) (NIRA 16:2) MOLOD, A. (Al=-Ata); ZH A'NP A. (Kishinev); GROMOV, S.; SELIFANOV, POP inzh.,-~ekhnolog; L NA, A., inzh.-tekhnolog; ZAKOVRYASHIN, G.; From the editor's mail. Obshchestv. pit. no.8:42 Ag 163. (MIRA 16: 2,?,) 1. Direktor BeIggrodakogo zheleznodorozhnogo restorana (for Gromov). 2. Otdel rabochego snabzheniya kombinata "Sverdles" Sverdlovsk (for Selifanov). 3. Direktor Minskoy kulinarnoy phkoly (for Zakovryashin). YAMPOLISKAYA, R.G., inzh.; A~~AD'IYEV, D.A., inzh. Determination of vibrational characteristics of bladings with damper couplings. Energomashinostroenie 11 no.11:5-7 N 165. WIRA 18: 11) YAN '0J rk ne try- r0 '~Frratncr blades of FiO 3 0" fi c L i- !le-, S, dostro 'rlie 31 110-4:23-24 Ap (MIRA 18:8) L :~U4b-b NiVT(M)/EWP (w)1EWP_( r_)/_T-2/EWF (k-)-- -jJP(,q-)-_wW/EM- ACC NR: AP601226S (N) SOURCE CODE: UR/0114/65/000/011/00-0-5-/-o00-7-] ti AUTHOR.- Yampollskaya, R. G. (Engineer); Arkad1nv.,,_D,,_A,. (Engineer). ORG: none TITLE: Determining the vibration characteristics of blading with damper connections SOURCE: Energomashinostroyeniye, no. 11, 1965, 5-7 TOPIC TAGS: turbine blade, vibration damping, torsional vibration, flexural vibra- tion, vibration stress ABSTRACT: The authors give the results of expe . ental tests conductgd at the Kaluga Turbine PlanX in 1963-1964 to study the vibratio trength of bla th various ,types of -Fr-ee connections made in the form pf damper wires. Several modifications of the damper connections were tested by a single method in conditions completely analo- gous to those in an operating turbine under a load. The blading in the final stage of' an experimental stream turbine with a diameter of 787 mm was tested at a maximum speed of 9000 rpm. The unit was loaded by a multidisc hydraulic brake. Frequencies and stresses in the blades were measured by strain gages protected from mechanical damage by steel foil. Particular attention was given to exact duplication of experimental conditions since the final goal of the tests was a comparative analysis of all blading modifications. The damper connections were made in the form of sections of 6 mm wire Card 1/2 UDC: 62-752:62-135.001.5 L ACC NR, A ~_26~ cut along the diameter in the plane of the disc. All blades in the stage were as- sembled into a single unit closed into a circle by shifting the wire sections with respect to each other around the circumference. The following three blading versions were tested in the given order: 1. with two rows of damper wires placed at distances of 0.5t and 0.81 from the butt end of the blade (where I is the working height of the, blade; 2. with a single outer row of damper wires; 3. without wires. It was found that the use of damper wires closed into a circle sharply reduces the amplitude of vi- brational stresses in the blades for the case of tangential bending oscillations on the fundamental frequency. These stresses,were reduced by a factor of approximaiely 10 when a single row of damper wire was used. There is an additional reduction in vibration stresses when a second wire is added. Stress measurements should not be restricted to no-load conditions when determining vibrational stresses in-turbine blades since there may be a considerable difference between these stresses and those measured under a load. It is suggested that additional research should be done on the possibility of reducing vibrational stresses in the blade during torsional vibra- tions by moving the wire with respect to the nodal line. Orig. art. has: 1 figure,- 1 table. SUB CODE: 10,13/ - ORIG REF: 003'' 1 Card 2/ KLOBOUCHffjK. Tan [KlObou~nik, Jan]; ARKADIyEV. F- [translator] Granite and Striped Cardinals. IUn.nat. no-5:31-3-2 14Y 159. (Kadov, Czechoalovakia-Fruit trees) (MIRA 12:6) --- ADW I YE '-, We await help. Sov. foto 17 no,406 Ap 157. (HiaA lot6) (Photography) .. ARKAD I YE;V, G,,- VLADICH, Ye. If there is no harmony among comrades ... Za rul. 21 no-WO-21 Ap 163. (KCRA 16:5) (Traffic signs and signals) ARKADIYEV, G. (Nurek, Tadzhikskoy SSR) "I At the front boundary of the seven-year plan. Za rul. 21 no.7:3 Jl 163. (MRA 16:8) 1. SpetsialInyy korrespondent zhurnala "Za rulem." (Nurek--Hydroolectric power stations) HANNA, L.I.; GRUSHVIrsKly, r.v.; ARKADYEV G Ye.V.; POLYANSKIY. V.I. Setting up the muse-am exhibit Irforld vegetation according to the goobotanical regions." Bot.zhur. 41 no.5:667-680 my 156, MRA 10:7) (Phytogeography-Exhibitions) A.1i'KAI-PiEV, C'. V9 SEMIKHATOVA. O.A.; ARKADIYEV, G.V. New design of a manometric apparatus. Bot.zhur. 42 no.4:625-627 AP 157. (MLRA 10:5) l.Botanichoski7 inatitut im. V.L. Komarova Akademii nauk SSSR, Leningrad. (Botanical apparatus) (Plants--Respriation) kLEKSkNDROVA? V.D. (Leningrad); ARKADIYEV, G.V. (Lentngrad) large center of botanical researcht the 250th anniversary of the Botanical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R. Pr1roda 54 no.M121-123 165. (KRA 18311) in the International Labor Office on the reduction of the hours of labor. Oldir. tx;llda i nots. stralch. 3 nr,-5:76-79 my 16o. (International tabor Office) (MIRA 13:12) (Hourc of labor) ARKAW'LIJI-M- - - - - - - - --- House building in the USSR, Moskva, Gos. izd-vo polit. lit-ry, 1949, 69p, (50-18910 HD9715.$92A82 ARKADIYEV, N.A. _-- --- Geological prerequisites of prospecting for the deposits of industrial agate-as revealed by the study in the regions of Transcaucasia. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; geol. i razv. 6 no.9t 98-103 S 163. (MIRA 17:10) 1. Leningradskiy gornyy institut, im. G.V. Plekhanova. ARKADIYEV, N. S. v Organizing the work at a medical and obstetrical station on medical attendance in seasonal children's institutions. Felld. : i akush. 27 no.5:44-45 Itr 162, (MIRA 15:7) (ROSTOV DISTRICT(YAROSUVL PROVINCE)-CHILDRE4--CARE AND HYGIENE) ! I r,% , , I -, :. \. - -- - - - --APKW~ I'frVY--Tz-. -- - -- --- - - -- - ---- - - -- - --- -- -- , "Transition to a new irrigation syster., and the orpanization of the water regine on collective farms." Reviewed by R. Arkadlyev Xhlopkovodstvo no. 12, 1951. SO: YLRA, August 1952. ARKADIYEV. R. .. -- The first large block apartment houses in RostoT-on-Don..Stroitall 2 no.1 Ja *36o . - - . .(MIRA 10:1) (Rostov-on-bm-Apartment houses) (Concrete blocks) POLEY.. S.; IVANOV, P.;,ARKILDITAV, R. Apartment houses built of coarse cellular concrete blocks. Stroitell 2 no.2:3-7 7 156. (KM 9:12) (Concrete blocki) (Apartment houses) (LighWelght concrete) ;.'- ARKA I YN, S. - - ..... What is cybernetics? (05ignals; some cybernetic concepts" by IA.roletaev. Reviewed by S.Arkadlev). Znan.aila 34 no.3:25 Mr 139. (KIM 12:4) (Cybernetics) (Poletaev. IA.) DAVIDSON) A.G.1 DATLIN, S.V,; KIRICHUKOx G.A.; KOROTKOVA, Ye.N.; KRAVCMNKO) D.V.1 ORLOVA, A.S.; ADADUROVA) A.A.1_A9KA=Z4- V.G.- BARDIVA, Yu.Ya,; BODYANSKIY, V.L.; BONDAREV, S.N.; V, ~.V.; DAVYDOVA, E.A.; IVANOV., V.N.; KARFUSHINAj V.Ya.; WXOTENI) L.P.; LANDAj R.G.; LEVITSKAYAj G.O. LIPETS, Yu.G.; LOGINOVA, V.P.; ONAN,, E.S.; PEGUSBEV) A.M.; FY6UNOV, N.V.; TOKAREVA, Z.I.; KHUDOLEr) V.F.; MILOVANOVp I.V., red.; MIYABLYAUp E., red.; MMIN, R.j red.; SVANIDZE, K., red.; KL3140VAp.Tkg,"kbz. red. [Africa today; concise referance book on politics and economic conditions)'Afrika segodnia; kratkii politiko-ekonomichookii spravochnik. Moskva.. Gos izd-vo polit. lit-ry,, 1962. 326 p. ?Africa-Politics) (Africa-Economic conditions) ACC NRi AP6033448 SOURCE CODE: UR/0413/66/000/018TO -8-10029 INVE NTOR: Arkad'yev. V, 1. ; Shayderov, V. A. ORG: none TITLE: Device for introducing solid inhibitors into oil. Class 12, No. 185849 SOURCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no, 18, 1966, 28-29 1 TOPIC TAGS: lubricating oil, propellant inhibitor, oil inhibitor ABSTRACT: An Author Certificate has been issued describing a device for intro- ducing solid inhibitors into oil. It has a body with intake and outlet connecting pipes and a net. To increase the inhibitor interaction with the oil, to improve the fine dispersicn of the inhibitor in the oil, and io"prevent the deposition of resin on the inhibitor surface, the connecting pipe for lead in oil is fastened to the body tangentially and is provided with a nozzle, while the connecting outlet pipe is protected by a beaker and net (see Fig. 1). Orig. art. has: 1 figure. [Translatio 112- UDC: 678.053.3:66.097.7 AP6033448 i.hl Vj... ,fl .. SUB CODE: 13/ SU13M DATE: .13Mar64/ Card 2 2 Fig, 1. Device for introducing solid inhibitors into oil 1-Connecting pipe for oil inlet; 2-body; 3-nozzle; 4 -connecting pipe for oil outlet; 5-beaker with net. ARKAD IYEV. AdUar-L=UuUuayi --_n Shj- VONSOVSKIY, S.V., otv. red.; 8110- IAMA, L.K.., red. izd-va; FOLEHOVAq T.P., tekbn. red.,- GUSIOU, O.M... teklm. red, (Selected works] Izbrannye trudy. Moskva,# Izd-vo Akad. nauk SSSRj, 1961. 530 p# 1 WRA 34:n) lo Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Vonsavskiy). (Arkadlev.. Vladimir Konstantino-vieb, 1884-) (Electrodynamics) ."r IP4 .,:, ARXAT.U _tnzh,-mayor RUR~- re A., . . V, XOL,,,. ,*~~-~~!~,~-'!N,, R Guided missile "Sidewinder". Voen.. znan. 35 no.10:39 0 159. - (KM 12:12) (Goided missiles) ARKAD IYEV,, Y; VULDIMIROT, S. Steps into outer "ce. IUn.tokho 4 no-1:37-W Ja 160. (MIRI, 13:5) (SPA" T) ARKAD OYBV,,.Xp. ,,inxh. Armor and projectile. Voen.xnan- 36 no.4:21-22 Ap 16o. (MIRA 13:4) (Arms and armor) (Projectiles) ARKADIYEV, Ye. The tank is fifty years old .... Voen. Znan, 41 no.5-.38-39 W 165. (MIRA 18:5) =MIM.9 Ye., inzh. Biological currents control. Starsh.-serezh. no.32:28-29 D r(A. (MIM-150) (Bleotrophy*siology) IMA"V~V9 Te~q 7210r,t:Lql Ryatera of _,.I~nt-'? M~khf .-" vocra~b. r-.O.f ,,~ - 1.10 4 = l,-ttq tm-r -1 k . I RA 1'.,' at , KPIIILOV, K.; ARKADIYEVA, A., red.; ABBASOV, T., tekhn. red. (manual for a volunteer activist; a collection of statutes and regulations on public self-governing workers' organiza- tions] Spravochnik aktivista-obshchestvennika; sbornik usta- vov i polozhenii ob obshchestvenno-samodeiatellnykh organi- zatsiiakh trudiashchikhsia. Tashkent, Gosizdat UzSSR, 1963. 295 P. (MIRA 17:1) LAPKIN, Ktizlma Ivanovich; KAYUMOV, Favaris Kadyrovich; ARMIYEVA A red.; SALAKHUTDINOVA, A., tekhn. red, (Possibilities for-increasing the~_pyoftction of cotton and meat and decreaslig their cost] Rexervy uvelicheniiaproizvodetva kblopka i miasa i anizhenlia ikh sebestoimosti. Tashkent, Gosizdat UzSSR, 1962 * 111 (miRA 16:6) (Ukraine-Cotton) ( = e--Stock and stockbreeding) KALANDAROV, N.; ABDURAKEMV, M.; SAMANDAROV, S.; SEREDA,t; GULYAMV, Ya.G., doktor ist. nauk,, prof., spets. red.; NOTKIN, I.I.P spets. red.; KOCHEROV, V., red.- ARKADIYEVA A , red.; BAKHTIYAROVp A.., takha. red. (Khorezm; brief manual and guidebook)Khorezm; kratkii spra- voqlutik-putevoditelf. Tashkent, Gos.izd-vo Uzbekokoi SSR9 1962. 113 p. (MIRA 16:3) (Khorezm Province-Guidebooks) PODLIPSKI-Y# M.D., red-; AMLD2YEvA. A.N.,, red. 1 SAUXIfUTDINOVA, A,, tekhn. red. (The Third Congress of the Intelligentsia of Uzbekistan, January 25-26, 1926; verbatim report] StenografichOBkii otchet IIf s"ezda intelligentsii Uzbekistana 25-26 ianvaria 1962 goda. Tashkent, Gosizdat UzSSR, 1962. 218 p. OGRA 16:6) 1. S"yezd intelligentsii Uzbekistana, 3d, Tashl4int, 1962. (Uzbekistan--Economic.condJ.tions) (Uzbekistan-Culture) KORZHENEVSKIY, N.L.; DONTSOVA, Z.N.; KHASANOV., Kh.Kh., dots.; VASILIKOVSK17r, N.P.; SKVORTSOV,.-14.A.; POSIAVSKAYA, O.Yu.; KOGAYO N.A., dote.; MAMDOV, E.D.4 AKULOV, V.V.; BABUSHKIN, L.N., prof.; SHULITS, V.L.,.prof.; GORBUNOV, B.V.; GRANITOV, I.I.; KOSTINq V.P.; SMIRNOV, N.V., dote.; TSAPENKO, N.G., dots.; DEGTYARI, V.I.; CHERNOV, P.N.; MUKMINOV, F.G.; SELIYEVSKAYA, A.A.; RYABCHIKOVq A.M.; PALIVOV, N.D.i dots.; LOBACHP Kh.S.; TADZHD(dVp T.; Age -A.N.: GALIKOV~ Ch.V.,- SHTARKLOVA, S.I.; red-.-,--MKHTIYAROV, A., tekhn. red. (The Uzbek S.S -.R.1 Uzbekskaia SSR. Tashkent, Gos.izd-vo UzSSRp 1963. 483-P. (MIRA 16:8) (Uzbekistan) ARKhDlYEVA. B.I. Happy birthday! ZdorQvle 4 no.11:24 M 158. 04IRL 11: 11) 1, Glavnyy vrach detakoy polikliniki NO-30. Moskma. (PEDIATRICS) USSR/Microbiology General Microbiology* F-1 Abs Jbur : Ref Zhur - Biologiya., No 7., 19571 26261 Author : Kashkin, P.N., Arkadyeva, G.Ye. Inst Title : The Effect of Certain Chemical Preparations on Yeast-Like Fungi of the Genus Candida. Orig Pub : V sb.: Eksperim. i klinich. issledovaniya. II, L., Medgiz, 1956, 139-142 Abst : Tests were made of the bactericidal effect of 32 chemical preparations on C. albicans, S. pseudotropicalis., Blasto- dendrion, Cryptococcus and Debariomyces. Found to be most active were iodine- containing preparations, carbo- lie acid, potassium permanganate, formalin, chloramine, resorcin and formic acid at a concentration of 2-5 - 5%- Further studies are recommended of these substances with a view toward their possible use as antiseptics in can- didaWcosis. Card 1/1 . ARKAWYEVA, G.Ye,.- DUGANOVA, N.V. Search for substances possessing antitumorous propertiese Tnldv Len.khim.-farm.inst. no.13:150-155 162. (MIRA 15:16) 1. Kafedra midrobiologii (zav. prof. P.N.Kiselev) Leningradskogo khimiko-farmatsevticheskogo instituta. (CYTOTOXIC DRUGS) (FUNGI) I , ACC N" AR6022387 (A/) SOURCE CODE: UR/0397A5/ooO/021t/0065/0065 AUTI~OR: Frankovskiy,.Cho, S,; Yamshchikov, V#_P*; 3~ Felldmant I Kb.; Mordvinovs, Ye, T,_,*__M_aryukbta, Yu. B.-; Zaikina, N. Vitovskey # G'A' Arkad I yeve . - G_._ Ye *_ TITLE: Azo-derivatives of benzene as p9ten tial antibacterial compoundee OURCE: Ref. zb. Fqrmakologlya. Toksikologlya, Abs. 24-5.4-512 EF SOURCE: Tr. Leningr. khim.-formatsevt. in-t.e,. vyp. 18, 19659 171-172 OPIC TAGS: benzene, chemical compound, microorganism contamination# acteria, plant parasite ABSTRACT: An in vitro method of serial dilutions was used to test the activity of several synthetic azo-compounds In relstion to dermatopbytes, some gram positive and gram negative bacteria and two species of yeastlike molds. All the tested azo-compounds containing a' carboxylic Eroup proved inactive-, The exception was 2,k-dieblor-3- corboxy-41-oxyazobanzol. The azo-compounds displayed highest activity in relation to Cr. neoformansj weaker activIty in relation to dermatopbytess and the weakest in relation to Candida. a.lbicans.o Only Card lZ2 UDC.6 ACC NR- AR6022367 certain azo-compounds displayed antibacterial and antivirus action. The highest in vitro activity was displayed by 2#4-dicblor-41-meth7l~-4- oxyazobenzol and 2.4-di.ohlor?-41-oxyazobenzol ~;bicb proved most'effootive in relation to yeastlike molds and dermatophytes and weakest in.relation to bacteria,, Me Zabolotakay'ao ffranalation of sbatrac!74 SUB CODE: 069 07 ARM IYEV KOCHERGIN, W.L., zitematik, red.; MOTINA, Ye.I., lingvistp red.; GUSIKOV, G.G., red;; MASLENNIKOVAp T.A., tekhn. red. [Reading-book on mathematics, mechanics, and astronomy; textbook for foreign students studying the Russian language] Kniga dlia chte~iia po matematikep mekbanike.i astronomiij dlia studentov-inostrant8ev,, lzuchaiusbehikh rueskii iazyk. Uchebnoe posobie. Moskva, Izd-rvb Mooke univ,j 1961e 172 p. (M3RA 14-11) (Mathematics) (Physics) AMCADIYVA, R.I,..,,_-vrach ~ - Z-11- -1-11; ". .. Sleep hygiene for children. Zdorovle 5 no-3:30 Yx '59 I NIRA 122-3) (CHILDENN-SLIV) - ~-- i F ARLIWTAIVA, R.I., vrach 1 Bitter medicines. Zdoravle 5 no.6:31 Je '59. (KM 12:11) (CHILDRU--PRVARATION FOR MEDICAL CARR) . vrach "~~ ~I~IVA# ~R.L~ Concerning a prejudice, Zdorovle 5 n0.8:30 Ag .159. (MIR& 13:S) (MILK., Hmw) ARM 'Y3TAj All!,,, vrach In bad weather. Zdoroyle 5 n0.10$28 0 159, (KIPA 1312) (CHILDM--OAR'B AO HYGMA) ARMITIVA, R.I., glavmy7 vrach detskoy, polikliniki. . - ... 4--i~:-.,-,---t-..--,~-,-.;..-,-~'-'. After the doot6r leaves. Zdorovle 5 no.12:12-13 D 159. - (KM 13 - 4) (INFANTS--CM AND HTGIM) ARWITSVA, R.I. (Moskva) W- ~-~ ,"m~ Organization and calculation of preventive inoculations for children. Yeld'. i akash. 24 no-901-36 S 159. (MM 12:12) (VACCIRLTION) ARKA IYEVA, R.I., vraoh Are dry mixtures and children's canned foods useful? Zdorovie 6 noJr3o * 060, (KM 13:5) (I"A"s-NUTRITIOT) I I . I (--I'RKA IYEVA, R.I., vrach Visiting the children. Zdoroyle 6 no.7.-28 Jo 16o. I (MIRA 13:7) (DAY SURSIRIES) i I ARKADIYEVA, R 2,,vrach ___j How can summer recreation for a child be organized? Zdorovle 7 no. 5:30 My 161. WM 14:4) (CHILDREN--RECREATION) 1. .1 f NEVSKAYA) T.S.) kand.modonauk- RUTENBERG, 'L.A.#; -SAMSONOV-, A.v vrach (Stalin6,'USSR~j KPYSHIKIN, YU.P.,, vrach (Tashkent); KWTMAU:' V*I. I kandomed.natiLk;_AM~99MA*-R-I--rvrach RA Health hints. Zdorovte 7 no.9:30-31 S 161. (MI' 14:9) (HYGIENE) ARKAD'YEVA, R.I. (Moskva) Work of the visiting district nurse nurse in carin&,for children during the first year of life. Felld. i akush. 26 no.6:41-47 -Te 161. (HIFA 14:7) (NUMES AND NMING) (WANTS-CM AND HYGME) ARKADIYKVA, R.I.p__ each . _ When winter ends. Zdorov'6 8 no-2:30 F 162. (MIRA 15:4) (VITARMS) ZHDANOV., V.M., prof.; ALEKSANDROV, B.; VARIN, I.Ye., vrach; SHCHERBATYUK, S.N., vrach (Kiyev); ARKADIYEVA, R.I., vrach; KOLfGUNENKO, I.I., vrach-kosmetolog Health hints. Zdorovte 8 no.10:30-31 0 162. (MM 15slO) (HYGIENE) ARKMAD vrach When the alarm clock rings... Morovie 8 no.12.-24 D 162. (MIRA 16 t 1) (CHILDREN--SLEEP) ARKADIYEVA R. I., vrach Is chocolate good for children~#Zdorcr#le 8 no.7:30 Jl"62. (MIRA 15:7) ORCCOLATE) (CHILDREN-NUTRITION) ARKADIYEVA, R.I. Is chocolate beneficial to children? Azerb. med. zhur. no.9% 85 S 162 - (M11RUA 18:1) 67392 4" .2+(-6-) SOV/181-11-9-10/31 AUTHORS: N., Ryvkin, S. TITLEs Investigation of the Apesion.Levels in Polycrystalline J~nd in Single 56~.Orystals by the Method of the Thsrmo-- stimulated Current PERIODICALt Fizika tverdogo tela, 1959~ Vol 1, Nr 9i pp 1379 1380*(USSR) ABSTRACT: In continuation of a previous paper (Ref 1) the-present article offers some experimental results. Pigure I snows the temperature dependence of the thermostimulated current in. ,Sb2S,, figure 2 shows the same in selenium. Both stimples hive p-type conductivity. The heating rate..was 0.5 deg/see for the former and 0.2 deg/see for-the latter. The thermostimulated current in the former exhibits two maxima at T 1500K and T = 180 0K, and three in selenium (115'K, 1650K, and 180'K). 2 An evaluation of the adhesion level position yields for' Sb2 53 -AE1- 0.33, andLE 2 - 0.'39 ev, whenassuming the effect- Card 1/2 ive mass of the holes to be equal to the mass of free ~r 67392 In Yestigation of the Adhesion Levels in Polycrystalline SOV/181-1-9-10/31 Sb2S3 and in Single Be Crystals by the Method of the Thermostimulated Current electrons and the mobility to be u a 20 cm 2/v.see. If temper- ature is decreased from +20 to -150 0C, the photoelectric sensibility drops to about one hundredth. In this case, the lifetime changes only slightly and amounts to - 40/t,4,aec, With u independent of temperature and equal to I cm 2/v.sec, one obtains f or selenium, according to the 'three maxima: --*\ El_,:,~O. 10ev, 6E !~---0-14 ev, and,,AE ~~-0.17 ev. An evaluation of the carrier 2 3 . 16 -3 20 -3 concentration yields for Sb S -10 cm and for Be =10 cm 2 3 The authors thank B. T. Kolom.iyets for supplying Sb 2S3 and P~ T. Kozyrev for selenium crystals samples. There are 2 figures and 2 Soviet references. .ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy fiziko-takhnicheakiy institut AN SSSR (Leningrad Institute of Physics and Technology of the AS USSR) SUEMITTEDr April 249 1959 Card 2/2 ,:) V "/ r) 0, 0 67399 244) SOV/181-1-9-23/31 AUTHORSt Arkad'yeva, Ye. N., Ryvkin, S. 11. TITLE: Investigation of Adhesion Levels in Sb Se by the Method of _ -2 __3 the Thermostimulated Current PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo tela, 1959, Vol 1, Nr 9, PP 1460 - 1463 (USSR) ABSTRACT: If adhesion levels are occupied by carriers at low temper- atures, this condition is conserved for a long time. 'i'lith slow heating the carr 'ier concentration rises in the allowed zone, in the same way as the current (if a field is applied). This boost current which is higher than dark current is defined as thermostimulated.-An investigation of thermo- stimulated currents allows the estimation of position and .;concentration of the adhesion levels. This method is specially applicable to poorly conductive and photosensitive semicon- ductors. It had already been utilized for the investigation of CdS, CdSe, HgJ 2, and ZnS (Refs 1-11). The present paper offers the results obtained for the.single Sb 2Se3 crystals. Investig- Card 1/4 ations were conducted in the temperature iange of from -~180 to 67399 Investigation o .f Adhesion Levels in 5b Se by the Method SOV/181-;'1-9-23/31 2 3 of the Thermostimulated Current +200C. Figures 1 and 2 show samples 1 and 2-ds to,the temper- ature dependence of the thermostimulated curren~,'_(aolid curve) and the dark,'exirrent (dashed curve). The curves~~ere recorded by means of a recording device of the type EPPV-51, which ex- F -12 -7 hibits a eensitivtty~varied within wide limits (-10 __10 a/mm). The thermostimulated current shovrs* charsoteristic fluctuations with maximum at 115, 150, and 190 K. An eqt.imation of the energetic position (AE.) aind the concentration (if) of the adhesion levels is made on the assumption of the very slow having a quasiequilibrium, character, so that the Fermi quas-ilevels'for adhesion levels and zone are the same. Ii can be assumed furthermore that this quasilevel coincides with the adhesion level in the case of temperature T M corresponding to P th.e thermostimulated current maximum.L EM kTM In Pv bu kT In: holds, where P is the effective level density M -V Card 2/4-- in the valence band, P is.the hole concentration in the valence " 67399 Investigation of Adhesion Levels in Sb 2Se 3by the Method SOV/181-1-9-23,/31 of the Thermostimulat,:~-l Current band at T., u the hole mobility at TM, 6 the conductivity at TM. Thus one obtains for the 3 maxima of crystal Nr 2t0 *28, 0.32, and 0-36 ev. For M one obtains adcording to Khartsiyev (Ref 13) P AE t'kTM2- --AE /kTM M v e where S is the heating rate and T kS -t M). '2 AE M is the car'rier lifetime. For T - 155 0K z 10 -8 see holds, for 1500K c~~10-7sec, and for 180 0K =110-6 sec. M is then found to 16 16 6 '-3. A'fow more details are finally be 10 , 3-10 9 a~d 5-101 om discussed. The names of A. Kh. Zeynally, B. T. Kolomiyefsp and M. V. Kot (who supplied the single crystals) and N. B. Strokan (who made a calculation) are mentioned in footnotes. There are Cdrd 2 figures and 13 references, 1 of which is Soviet. ..3/4 Lk 67399 Investigation of Adhesion Levels in 8b Se by the Method SOV/181-1-9-23/31 2 3 of the Thermostimulated Current ASSOCIATIONt Fiziko-tekhnic 'heskiy institut AN SSSR Leningrad (Institute of Phveice and Teghn o qjM ofthe AS USSR, LeningradT SUBMITTEDt March 26, 1959 Card 4/4 f 111100 81634 S/181 60/002/06/22/050 20 X123056 AUTHORSs Arkad'yeva, Ye. N., Paritskiy, L. G., Ryvkin, S. M. TITLEs Investigation of the Kinetics of Infrared Impurity Photo- conduction in US Induced by Previous Illumination PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo tela, 1960, Vol. 2, No. 6, pp. 116o-ii68 TEXT: The fact is already known that photoconductivity may be produced in CdS single crystals at low temperatures (770K) by infrared light of wavelengths up to 6 It. The authors investigated the kinetics of this oonduotioh in crystals into which impurities were not purposely introduc- ed. In this connection it is assumed that the photoconductivity of US is caused by the fact that the light transfers electrons from cc-type adhesion levels into the conduction band; the adhesion levels are assumed to be filled up with electrons, which is a consequence of previous illumination. Investigations of kinetics make it possible to acquire knowledge of the interaction between light and adhesion levels and to estimate the main parameters of the adhesion levels. The results obtained by experimental investigation of the induced impurity Card 1/3 81634 Investigatiori of the Kinetics of Infrared 5/181/60/002/06/22/050 Impurity Photoconduotion in CdS Induced by B006/BO56 Previous Illumination photoconduction in US are discussed in part 1. All investigations were carried out at 770K on US single crystals onto which indium contacts were sputtered in vacuo. Above all, the spectral distribution of photo- conductivity and the time-dependenee of the photocurrent were investi- gated. Fig. 1 shows the spectral photocurrent distribution, recorded under various conditions; without previous illumination (Curve i) with previous irradiation by green light, by leaving the sample in the dark for a longer period of time (Curve 2 - photoconductivity is found beginning at 3-5,&), and under simultaneous constant irradiation with white light (Curve 3 - which produces exactly the same effect). In the latter case, distinct photocurrent extinction with a maximum at 0.9,t& could be observed. Further, the time dependence of infrared photo- conductivity after previous illumination with green light of various intensities was investigated. Between the previous illumination and the beginning of infrared irradiation the sample was left in the dark for 40-60 minutes. The results are shown in Fig. 2. The photocurrent re- laxation at the beginning of infrared irradiation was found to depend upon previous illumination (Curve a - high intensity, curve b - low Card 2/3 81634 Investigation of the Kinetics of Infrared Impu- 5/181/60/002/06/22/050 rilty Photoconduction in CdS Induced by B006/BO56 Previous Illumination intensity). In part 2 of this paper, these experimental results are analyzed on the basis of a model with one adhesion level, and the infra- red photoconductivity kinetics is calculated for the case of a so-called "quasi-steady" excited state of the crystal. Fig. 3 shows the scheme of electronic transitions upon which the analysis is based..In.part 3, the results obtained by experimental investigation of the kinetics of infra- red photoconductivity in a quasi-steady excited state are given and the parameters of the adhesion level are determined. The dependence of the growth and drop times as well as of the steady photocurrent are shown in Figs. 4 and 5- Several particular features of infrared photocurrent relaxation in the unsteady state are discussed in part 5. Further irvesti- gations in this field are to follow. The crystals investigated were produced by 0. A. Matveye and L. V. Maslova. There are 6 figures and 11 references: 4 Soviett 4 American, and 3 German. ASSOCIATION: Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut AN SSSR, Leningrad (Physico- technical Institute of the AS USSR, Leningrad) SUBMITTED: October 26, 1959 Card 3/3 83010 S/181/60/002/008/029/045 B006 B063 AUTRORSi Arkadlyeva, Ye. N., Ryvkin, B. M. 4r\ 40 TITLE: Induced Infrared Photosensitivity'of Some Semiconductors PERIODICALs Fizika tverdogo tela, 1960, Vol. 2, No. 8, pp. 1889 - 1890 X TEXTs. In CdSrYsNingle crystals activated with silver, Lambe and Klick (Ref. 1) (Ns-erved infrared photosensitivity induced at 770K in the range 2 - 6/,4. This phenomenon was studied by the authors of the present paper in Ref. 2, This kind of infrared photosensitivity also occurs in other LX/ semiconductorsl5such as CdSeq CdTe, Bb2Se 3* Fig. I shows the typical spectral distribution curves obtained for these substances at 85 0K. These substances show no infrared photosensitivity without previous illumina- tion witif visible light. All three substances are photosensitive in the range 2 - 4p, after preceding illumination with light whose frequency is in the range of natural absorption. Fig. 2 illustrates the time depend- ence of induced photoconduction. As in the case of CdS, the infrared photoconduction rises steeply when light is switched on, and then drops Card 1/2 0~010 Induced Infrared Photosensitivity of Some S/t8l/60/002/008/029/045 Semiconductors Bo06/Bo63 exponentially. CdTe crystals show a "quasi-steady" state of excitation in which photoconduction is almost time-independent. CdSe and Sb2Se3 exhibit no such states. In conclusion, the authors thank B. T. Kolomiyets, N. K. Kiseleva, and A. Kh. Zeynally for supplying the test material. There are 2 figures and 2 references: 1 Soviet and 1 US. ASSOCIATION: Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut AN SSSR Leningrad (Institute of Physics and Technology of the AS USSR, LeningradT SUBMITTED: January 18, 1960 Card 2/2 27295 it/77 S/181/61/003/008/025/034 B109/B202 96'a2 AUTHORS: Arkad'yeva, Ye. N., Kasymoval R. S., Ryvkin, S. M. TITLE: Kinetics of the induced defect photoconductivity in telluric cadmium PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 3, no. 8, 1961, 2417-2426 TEXT: The authors describe the energy band schemes and the determination of its various energy levels for monocrystalline CdTe. The effect of induced defect photoconductivity occurs according to the energy band scheme shown in Fig. 7. Upon illumination by infrared light the electrons on M are promoted to the conduction band c from which they either 1) return to M or 2) go to S (n-type). Case 2) plays an important part when the infrared light is switched on. In the course of time its effect is, however, weakened (the photocurrent decreases). If the hole concentration in M increases and in S decreases to such a degree that case 1) becomes more probable than case 2), then the photocurrent does no longer decrease and the quasisteady state is attained. The exact positions of the individual levels of the energy band schemes are determined by measuring the properties of the Card 113 27295 S/161/61/003/006/025/034 Kinetics of the induced defect ... B109/B202 conductivity of n- and p-type CdTe in this special state. The measurements are made according to Ye. N. Arkad'yeva, L. G. Paritskiy, S. M. Ryvkin (Ref. 1: FTT, 11, 6, 1161, 1960) and S. M. Ryvkin, L. G. Paritskiy, R. Yu. Khansevarov, I. D. Yaroshetskiy (Ref. 3: FTT, 111, 252, 1961) via the photon capture cross section q of the level M. The Fermi level is measured by determining the temperature dependence of the logarithm of the specimen conductivity which is practically a straight line. It follows from the sloDe of this straight line that the p-type has approximately 0.33 ev from below, and the n-type approximately 0.38 ev from above. To determine energy level which is the principal cause of induced photoconductivity, the authors measure the spectral behavior of induced defect photoconductivity (maxima for p- and n-type approximately 1.8 R red boundary for p-type approximately 4.3 g, for n-type approximately 3.5 ji) as well as the dependence of the increase- and decrease-time constants on induced defect photoconductivity. From these values the quantity q is determined according to Ref. 3. Thus, the values 0.30 ev are obtained for the p-type from below, and 0-33 ev for the n-type from above. The complete energy band scheme is shown in Fig- 7 (CU S,s donor level, n-type; 6 S,s acceptor level, p-type). There are 8 figures, I table, and 5 references: 3 Soviet Card 2/3 Kinetics of the induced defect ... and 2 non-Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut im. A. F. Ioffe All SSSR Leningrad (Institute of Physics and Technology imeni A. F. Ioffe AS USSR Leningrad) SUBMITTED: February 11, 1961 (initially),14arch 24, 1961 (after revision) a 6 t t #J80 0,33.71 Fig. 7 RA OJLS Card 3/3 -118919 S/181/62/004/006/030/051 B104/BI12 77 AUTHORS: Arkad'yeva, Ye. N., Paritskiy, L. G., and Ryvkin, S. M. TITLE: A method of long-wave photoelectric probing of local levels in semiconductors PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 4, no. 6, 1962, 1578 1588 TEXT: In the new method described here for the investigation of relaxation processes in semiconductors, the sample is irradiated with a probing pulse of long-wave light (Fig. 16') along with a sufficiently long square light pulse (Fig. 1a) that excites the relaxation process under investigation. The wavelength of the probing pulse is so chosen that the levels under consideration are ionized. In this caae,-the signal on*the oscilloscope screen has a definite form (Fig. IS ). The concentrations of free and bound carriers can be determined from the slope of the curve on the-:~dcteeft and from itBlpeak-produced~by thd.prob- ing pulse. The sample can be irradiated with a series of probing pulses during the interval of a single square pulse (Fig. 2) and this enables the,relaxation of the concentrations to be determined, The light from the Card S/161/62/004/006/030/051 A method of.long-wave photoelectric... B104/B112 A. source S (Fig. 3) and the probing infrared light of the monochromator M~ are regularly interrupted by the disks A, (square pulse) and )1 2' Tho signals of photoconductivity are recorded by a double-beam oscilloscope and photographed. The probing pulse is automatically shifted along the square one. Examples of a qualitative analysis of the behavior of non-equilibrium carriers in CdS, CdTe, Ge, and Si during photooonductioil at j'%/1000K are given, and a probing method for several types of local levels in semiconductors is described. There are 15 figures. ASSOCIATIONs Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut im. A. F. Ioffe AN SSSR Leningrad (Physicoteohnical Institute imeni A. F. Ioffe AS USSR) Leningrad) SUBMITTEDt February 5, 1962 Card 2AP-_? -V. j 2,7 43111 S/181/62/004/011/006/049 B102/B104 AUTHOR i ArkaL' TITLEs The effect of adhesion lpvels on the kinetics of the impurity photoconductivity of semicanductore PERIODICALj Fizika tverdogo tela,'V- 4, no. 11,, 1962, 3046 3053 TEM The effect of a-type (multiple) adhesion levels on photoconductivity kinetics is investigated in continuation of earlier studies made jointly with other scientists (FTT, 2, 1161, ig6ol FTT, 3, 24'17, 19611 FTT, 4, 6, 1578, 1962). First its effect on the relaxation of impurity photoconducti- vity is examined for a model consisting of-valence (V) 'and conduction (C) band and for two levelst respectively, M which is involved in the photo- conductivity only indirectly and K which is an "absolute" level of multiple adhesion (Fig. 1). The expressions n n. -i- An, -4- Ak, (2) M=m -An-Ak. k0) (Ner - no) K_k,, (K Card 1/4 'Noj(=.N e dox Nl~ Ncjr.-+- no -+- An' X= (NCjr4-nO-+-An)2 n S/iqi/62/004/011/006/049 The effect of adhesion Ri B1620104 are used to,arrive at., o= M-MO a.+-I (5) rm-ma (no -f- N~x an (6) from the kinetic equation of the transitions in lasystem of that type. ,r-o and T- are the characteristic times of inereqsq and decrease of the c photocurrent. The initial slope of the curve representing the increase is g - qIm /(i+K). nAs the electron concentration in C, 4n is the electron concentpation caused"by light of the intensity I, k and m are the occupation numbers of K and.M# the quantities marked with the subscript zero are the corresponding values of darkness. q is the photon capture cross section for the M-cente; and tm is the conduction electron capture cross section for the M-level: Similar relations are obtained for the limiting case /3n