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Ina va 'AUTHOR: Arkhangellski L.A.*_Engineer 28-58-1-13/34 .TITLE- Precision Requirements for Turbine Gear Drives (Tochnostnyye trebovaniya k turbinnym zubchatym peredacham) PERIODICALs Standartizatsiya, 1958, # 1, PP 36-39 (USSR) ABSTRAM TeNIITMASh has completed a project for a "GOST"-etandard for the "Technical'Requirements for Steam and Gas Turbine Gear Drives". This standard will regulate the followingt parameters of gear cutting machines and tools; materials and heat treatment; the precision of blanks and assembly; inspection methods) parameters of lapping stands; and the positioning of blanks on machines. The project establishes gear drive accuracy classes "A", "B", "VII, and IIGII, in se- quence of decreasing accuracy. "All corresponds to the British standard IIBS 1807-52". "B" corresponds to the old top-accuracy class "3" 6f the existing "GOST 1643-5611, and has not as yet been put into use by the industry. The "All- class is introduced in the project for the following reasons: major turbine drive producers of the USSR believe that the 11311-class must be maintained for drives already in pro- duction; higher accuracy requirements are to be expected Card 1/2 in the immediate future, and TeNIITMASh has succeeded in ,Precision Requirements for Turbine Gear Drives 28-58-1-13/34 obtaining "All-accuracy in lapping. "All-class drives are re~;ommended for main ship drives with wide-range speed con- trol and unlimited life, in particular, for cases where the lack of vibration and noise is required. Applications of the lower accuracy classes are'also indicated. The author believes that spur gears and narrow helical and herrin bone gears should be avoided,.and recommends measures 7in. gear cutting) for making the drives work smoothly. This pro- jected 11GOST11-standard has been sent to the Committee of Standards for approval. ASSOCIATION: TsNIITMASh AVAILABLEt Library of Congress Card 2/2 ARKFANGELISKIY, L. A.. Cara T-ib Sc` -- (diss) "Research into the pre- cision of gears on th,~, 70abis ol the functional representation of their errors." Moscow, 196C- 15 PP; (Ministry of Higher and Secondary Spec- ialist Education RSFSR, Moscow Order of Lenin and Order of Labor Red Banner Technical College im N. E.-Bauman); 200 copies; price not. given; (KL, 50-60,>'I-b-3) IP ti it K 11 A NGPE L I S K f ~ , L. 1 . U;3e of wood waste at the enterprises of Ivano-Frankovsk Pi-ovince. Bilm. i der. prom. no.1:47-49 Ja--Mr 165. (MRA 18:10) AMIANGELISKIY, L.I. Over-all mechanization of the assembly and installation of aerial skidders. Bum.i der.prom. no.1:47-49 Ja-Mr 162. (MIRA 15:5) 1. Staniolavskiy sovet narodnogo khozyaystva. (Limbering-41achinery) I!zz ARXHANGELISKIY, L.I. [Arkhanhellslkvi, L.I.) Pine-no-edle vitamin meal as additive for cattle feeds. Khar. prom. no.109 Ja-Mr 162. (MM 15:8) 1. Stanislavskiy sovet narodnogo khazyaystva. (Feeds) I%lr-'tamins) - --------- ARKHANGELISKIY, L.K.; VOYEVODINA, A.A.; MATEROVA, Ye.A. Interaction of ion exchange resins with water. Vast LGb 16 no.22: 102-110 '61. (MIRA 14:11) (Ion exchange resins) (Water vapor) L 27144-66 .. -ACC NRs -Ap6oi7ilo 0 LIM HC1- TlC1 HC1 KSJCpt and HC1 BaCl Seleotl~n- t 2 system Isgoverned by the desire' ~to study the effect on loh-eicohanga_ d eq"librium-both of the"value of the charge of one of the replace r In ord,t e effect of, ..the amount of orosslinking bonds. -'!on ion-exohange equilibrium experiments-were condueted with threep- s of ihe.KU-2 sulfo, *tIon sample _0a -exchange resin, containing differ':' ent amounts,of DVB*,-!:It was.ooncluded-that varlation-In the value n- :,of th6lequilibrium ooeffloient6vith change in Ion-exchange-rest ~.oonte t within.the limit-s of the n simplest _presuppositions are ":aoccunteil for by different faotoirs,for,lon-exchange resins with a low ~knd those with a high DVB content. In order*to.elucidate the iminimum.on.the curve desoribing the.equillbrlU T+ coefflolent versus,, _H4' on a cation- icompositiong.charaoteristio'for exchange of Mg sexchange resin oontaining.8% DVBO,it must be assumed that the non-U uniformity of the established Ion with respeat to bonding energies.,: with thi3 eounterion cannot exist In an Ion-exohange resin with a low ~ DVB content and ~appears wit~~an Inorease In the WB oontentd Then curve,8-wi.th_a:mInimum can be viewed transitionall from funom tione oharEial;eristio of Ion-exohang6 resins with energetically- ~equlvalent, fixed ioneg to funotions-oharaoteristio of ion-exohangs. -ions wh1ohidiffer In resins 0ontainitig fixed bonding,ene art* hast 3- figmvs.s 4 -foraaae ind] I t4fe.,~ fa~j -12J ORIG, REF: 009 01H'RM 021 SUB CODE DATE: '6rd ARF,QA""G,SLl-qXlYP j%fA-,FltCVA, Ye.A..~ KISF1,1GOF, G.V. Ton exchange equA!-!br4,w.-,. Ion exchangri on eulfonated cat-ion!.tas wf-tn various di'vllryilbeimna 23ntcn~-,. Vest.. LGIJ 20 11!).16,,, 74-82, 165. Me',hods of calculaluirs; L~,v ar.-.LvPy nopff--'oierts of -.3aponen"s In -"cr, exchanget-s. !m'!~ . 3 ARKHANGELISKIYJ, L.N., inzh. Automatic control of piston compressors. Sbor. trud. Inst. gor. dela AN URSR noil2:93-917 161, (KRA 15:11) (Air compressors) (Automatic control) ARKWOVS&MY) L*N* ..- Expbdiency of pneumatic systems. Ugoll Ukr. 6 no.8: 47 Ag 162. (MIM 15:11) (Donets Basin-Mining engineering) (compressors) ARKHANGELISKIY L.N. inzh.; IMSHENETSKIY, A.M., inzh.; TEMTI, G.F., inzh. =="Z~ - Automatic control of compressor stations. Ugoll Ukr. 7no.7t 33-35.Jl 163. (MIPA 16t8) 1. Institut gornogo dela AN UkrSSR (for Arkhangellskiy). 2. Trest Donetpkpromavtomatika (for Imshenetakly, Temerti). (Air co*ressore) (Automatic control) rl" 50,44 AREWGBLISKIY, L.V., insh.; LOKSHIN. L.V., iuzh.; ILIIN, G.I., inzh. Redesigning the PZ-2 transmitter. Vest. sviazi 19 n0-11:7-10 H 1159. (MIR& 13:8) 1. Oktyabrl peredayushchiy radioteentr. (Radip-Tranamitters.and transmission) ejr&~ tv 6- EL-~'SKIY. RA Had 404 fAX= ----ARKHM=ISKIY, M. AW.3, DOOMT- A. USSR/Engineering Drying Currents, High-Frequency May 49 "Review of I. P. Berdinskikh's Book., 'Kiln Drying and Bonding of Ligneous Materials in a Field of High-Frequency Currects,'" B. M. Tareyev, Dr Tech Sci, Netushil, Cdnd Tech Sci, Pocent M. A. Arkhangel'Bkiy, F4agr, E. P. Parim, Engr, I p "Elektrichestvo" No 5 Does not indorse material in this book, which consists of three main parts: generators (electronic tubes, gaseous rectifiers, etc.), drying, and bonding. Points out numerous deficiencies in author's analysis of his subject and lists examples of glaring errors in text. Published by Gostekhisdat Ukraine, 1948, 120 pp,price 5 rubles. PA 55/49T50 *00000000 **so 0e *I* o 6 - " 0-06-0, It , " 0- 0- 4-0 00000 r* - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 woo*# a 0 c0 0 0 t; * O 1 , * " , " , " * 'I i. it 1. it so it ti 01 a x p hp to )v " : : AA- L-S-L-L-r-a- I-L. 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A fittilivt %ludy of thc if list j =0 9 L41 by PIXMM alit) 111ra.1110. wallitary %tng wri 0 0 00 Maw C. 04 00 = 00 j;* 0 00 zoo 00 00 '00 zoo Moo d.r ...00 00 L 1,00 ; jo L A Ct4iWICATICK lie %loo -L'--------T.'#"L U -id 1;1;r, ~' - I , I r-" AO S 0 b* 0 too A u vs it it ~L I% 000000 10, list '01 1014 "of 0 0 .0 0 0 0 0 4p 0 g o e o 0 0 0 *TOO a o *so.* 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 o * o 0'o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 9 0 if 0 0 W'A A-Td-~IIWIMO MIT-y Jul 1:947 Mei/)641 6Uie Bacteriology Medicine Bacteria, Culture Media "The.14othodology of the Account of Microbes in Accelerated Cultivation in Semi-liquid Medium," M. I. Arkhangellskiy, _91P "Gigiyena i Sanitarlya" Vol XII, No 7 Brief account of bacteriolog'ical research on culture media. 17IT51 ARKHANGEL'SKIY, MIKHAIL MEKHAYLOVICH DECEASED SEE ILC Ica ~. 0 C-S i IIr PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/4903 Arkhangellskiy, Mikhail Mikhaylovich, Dmitriy Ivanovich D-ESTRIOMba-, Kuris - k0 Raschet tQnnellnykh obdelok (Calculation of Tunnel Linings) Moscow, Transzheldorizdat, 1960. 344 P. 3,000 copies printed. Ed.: P. M. Zelevich, Engineer; Tech. Ed.: Ye. N. Bobrova; Ed. (title page): M. 1. Dandurov, Professor, Corresponding Member, Academy of Construction and Architecture USSR. PURPOSE: This book is intended for students In transportation and other departments of Soviet schools of hig4er education. COVERAGE: The book presents problems in the calculation of tunnel linings for dnauring economical construction. The authors dis- cuss loads acting on the tunnel lining,.calculation of concrete linings by methods developed by S. S. Davydov and Metrogiprotmm (State Subway Design, Planningpand Research Institute),, and con- struction and calculation methods for block lining. Detailed Calculation (Cont.) SOV/4903 examples for the calculation of different types of linings are given. Ch. I (except Sees. k and 8) and Sec. 17 of Ch. III *WV*,Rwr'itte__n_by Moc t M. M. X kki~n-gel .(exc6ptAecn~~17),' , and Sees. 4 and 8 of Ch. I were and , XV written by A. S-, KuriBlko. Ch. V was written by Candidate of ,-Technical Sciancos D. 1. Dzhincharadze. The following per- _,sonalities are mentioned as having contributed to this field: 0. Ye. Bugayeva, whose design meXhod is Included in the book, G. G. Zurabov, Academician B. G. Galerkin, Professor S. S. Davydov, and S. A. Orlov, Candidate of Technical Sciences. There are no references. TABLE OF CONTENTS: From the Authors 3 Introduction 4 Ch. 1. Loads Acting on Tunnel Lining 1. Introductory Information 7 Card-2-/,&,-_; Calculation (Cont.) SOV/4903 2. Classification of active loads to which the lining is subjected 8 3. General information on pressure exerted by the overlaying ground 10 -V the. Awb&owl- Lateral pressure In [tunnel] workings 21 Pressure originating In the base of the workings 21- 7, Rock pressure on'the linings of- curved profiles 25 subwayme.teit-iow-P 46- 9. Rock pressure acting on structures covered with backfills- 29 10. Water-pre'ssure acting on tunnel linings 2-~ 11. Passive pressure of rock 1k 32 12. Experimental methods for determining rock pressure in underground workings ~ 38 13. Supplemental remarks on the purpose of the loading scheme 44 1. ARXMO'gt slay M. M. 20 USSR (600) 4. Dynamics of a Particle 7. Theories of the dispersion of a concentration of suspended particles in a turbulat stream. Izv.AN SM Otd.tekh.nauk., no. 12, 1952. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, _APril 1953, Uncl. 10(4); 21(5); 24(8) pwE I 90M zvwrTATION SOV/2457 . YuznAYa nauchno-toidanlehoska" konforantalya PO primenaniru Vseso j radloaktivnykh I stabil-n),kh Ixot"ov I iziuchonly v narodnom khozyayatva I nauke. 2d, Moscow, 1957 TePlotekhnika I adrodinaulka; trudy konforentall, tom. 4 (Heat U nion Engineering and Hydrodynamics, Transactions or the All- Conference on the Use or Radioactive and Stable Isotopes and Radiation in the National Economy and Sclenceo Vol 4) Moscow, Gosenergoizdat, 1958. 88 p. Errata slip inserted. 2,500 Copies printed. Sponsoring Agenciest Akades"a nook SM. and US=. Glavnoye upravleniy* po Ispolemovanlyu atognoy onergli. A. Styr--kovich (Rasp. 24. ). - u. To. Kholodovokiy, and Xds a M . . X. S. Foulahev, L. M. Sinalinikova; T*ch-. Ed. of Publ. Houses Xd.s X. 1. Boruncy. FU1tP0SZ: This collection or articles is intended for scientists and laboratory workers canwrned with the use of radioactive and stable Isotopes. CdVE"Gi: Thin collection of papers deals with the application redlos.ativa and stable laqtcpos &* monsur-Ing tools In of . various types Of scientific investigation. No personalities are mentioned. Referenoas a" given artar some of the articles. A 2. B&rtOlOcLoYs 0.0., Ta.G. Vlnokur, V. .' 7~;,Jokolltsev; and Y.1- & the Proassa of DIrrUsion ~ Use of asiona, Rays for StQdYIM !Lt~u _ Us* of Gammaradlo- 3. XRW11AUe-_L1.. and T.M. MO&kT1c:gM K jti ScOPY for Studying the RydrcRUWialca or fluid System 12 4e 2�1atw&1nA-Z-G., and X.A. Shgpk~_. Method of 'Tagged' Atoms _ m Content In Surface Bolling of a for Investigating Water az~r"SEWa Fluid Kudryavtoev, v.s. '1rx_1h1 ~eW f6wde DOt*-ning the SP~-Glfic Surrace Area of by the 3OrVt1OO Method With the Use or - t 16 _ Atoms T&Ngod 635 XRRM1R.-1LN-, and I.I. pi gjama. use or Radioactive =gotope 3for Studying Sulfate Corrosion of Concrete 28 I y.:X._pjLr=oakjy, and 3LA_JALkIn. Methods 7. To ~A.. 9y l~ for t ch ruinl..g the Density and Moisture Content of Soils 'With the Aid or Radioactive 33 8. POIOZ'PY_A#-L.G.* and FZBeyvm&a. - Study of the Processes or *01sto;w Transfer in Building Materials by Meant or aa=aradio- soapy _&tYr1kQXich, M-A , I-Kh. lhayballln, and L. 1C. Khokhlov. - - - 9; - f j' d' U 4 & OLctlvc thi o goju ujuty o f Bolts in Water Vapor At High Pressures 41 ' 10- UArman L 3A Ya Antonqy, &od F:U A.V. Surnow. Investi- - , .gAtl(;6 vapor &r a--praltu, of 185 , abs. atm. With the Aid of Radioactive Isotopes 11; NEPubrovskly. V. . Use of Radjonativc th otlon oft 140tOPI)s ror Obodrving he Molten Glass 1-53 1. Gl..4 Parnnoo Tanks 52 12; -A!Ihln Vg Use Of R*dIO&ct-'vQ TRotopeo In StudYInA; n 0 Iuj th Itra on o luids Through par~au, Media 57 and A.Y&_2=11n. Radioisotope Methods 1?; IIAMN-n kpa a, tjW fj OV65t get nd-7row Procaijes, or In & porous Medium 62 14- APCZA-JL~L, T,.3, Zarubin, VyS. KA=In~!zlyp and L.L. Komak. Iny"T'gat'On of the 1~aiz6dFriiitics the C&,rt~Al--R of a Settling Centrifuge With the ld of hadloaptIve 1.0..... otor6. 125' V*'&"vlchl M'P-- NIT--;hwr&Yaw, and Invest- Nation-&-0 Conditions Qalr"ZlOn Of Vat-r-In'Peat Under Laboratory and Field 16 Vith the Use or Radioactive Isotopes 72 &rk. -- k" 19"rni '3~unnsP'eirTit-na'alf6MR6Lv*Ur"Sioltt PAdIO"tLw* TAOtOPOO for Invest. 17 T=nik--A.-1., and A.3__Shubln. To ro; I Us* or Radioactive Isotope, nvaatlg&t'ng the X*ch"l" Or the Drying rroccea 85 -4y .- -- - - ARFHANGEL'SKIY, M-M-i VOLKOV, R.A. I Jet flow of a viscous liquid in a gravitational field. Ucho zape M-OPI 92193-103 16c. (MIRA 14:9) (Hydrodynamics) ARKHANGEL'SKU, M-M.; VOLKOV, R.A. One exact solution of linearized Navier-5tokes equations* Uch* zap. MOPI 92:105-110 '60. (M-IFA 14;9) (Differential equations, Linear) ARKHANGELISKIY Mikhail Mikl~a lovich-, PAVLENKOI A.A., dots., rets6n- yj Aq _ zent; BESSONOV, I.I., dots., retsenzent; CHEBOTMWA~ A.V., red.; KARP(YVA, T.V.$ tekhn. red* [Course in physics; mechanics) Kurs fiziki; mekhanika. Moskvao Gos. uchebno-pedagog.izd-vo N-va prosv. RSFM, 1961. 1+07 pe (MM 25:2) 1. Moskovskiy gosudarstwenMy universitet (for Pavlenko). 2. Kirovskiy pedagogicheskiy institut (for Bessonov). (Rechanies) APAHANGELISKIY Mikhail Mi"ovigh; SHEBALIN., Oleg Dmitriyevich; KRUSHEIR, MuTfflaucrmyy red.; FAYNBOYF, I.B., red.; ATROSHCHENKO, L.Ye., takhn. red. (Mysteries of the earth are revealed in space] Tainy Zemli raskryvaiutsia v kosmose. Moskva, Izd-vo "Znanie," 1963. 45 p. (Novoe v zhizni, nauke, tekhnike. IX Seriia: Fizika i khimiia, no.11) (MIRA 16:7) (Geodetic satellites) (Meteorological satellites) (Astronautics in navigation) (CY ACC NRs A*016237 S E CODE: UR/66 el M. M.; Volkov, H. A.~ TITLE: On~ i14"669nIftobydrodynamic theory of the eleAric conduct~~ty of iwtals BMM: We zhe Fizika, Abs. 11W91 PAP SOUMM: Vch. zap. Mosk. obl. InS. in-ta, v. 147, 1964, 241-244 TOPIC SO: mgneto*rdrodynamics, electrild' conduction, current d~naity, supercon- dwtivity, electrJo field .'ABBt=: To calcul4e th lectric conductivity of metals in a strong magnetic iqmtions of etobydrodynami le]Ai the cs are used. Under certain simplifying _suaptions,-Ahese equations are integrated in two particular cases: infinite strip' finite thickness,-and infinite;y cylindrical conductor of specified radius. The and electric -current distribution over the-thickness of the plate and-i -aver the~~dius of the cylinder obtained in this manner are quite compLicated) so -tbat on3.Y the differential connection between the current density and the electric .:---.fie1d,1jftensity cc-n be established (the electric conductivity coefficient depends on ;.5 '.;-tho'coordinates). In the limiting case of an infinitesimally thin plate and and infinitesimally narrow cylinder, Obm's law is satisfied. A qualitative explanation of the destruction of superconductivity of metals by a magnetic field is presented I -~~'onl the basis of inclusion of magnetobydrodynamic effects. G. Kvintsell. (Transla- -tion of abstract) SUB CODE: 20 P. Cwd 1/1 rnc- L 10753-67 liNkc) JD SOURCE CODE: UR/0124/b5/000/012/BG02/BO02 I AUTHOR: -Arkhangellskiy, M. M.-,Volkov., R. A. [TITLE: On the magnetohydrodynamic theory of electrical conductivi , in metals ~SOURCE: Ref. zh. Mekhanika, Abs. 12B7 REF SOURCE:. Ucb. zap. Mosk. obl. ped. in-ta, Y. 147, 1964, 241-244 TOPIC TAGS: magnetohydrodynamics, electric conductivity, stronK magnetic field, superconductivity Y ABSTRACT: Magnetohydrodynamic ~quatiqn~L are used for calculating the electrical con- ductivity of metals in a strong magnetic field. Various simplifying assumptions are made in integration of these equations in two special cases: an infinite strip of finit-a thickness and an infinite cylindrical wire of a given radius. The resultant distrIbution of the magnetic field and density of the electric current with respect to the thickness of the plate and radius of the cylinder has a rather complex Ibm so t1idt. it is possible to establish only a differential relationship between the current den- sity and the strength of the electric field (the coefficient of electrical conductivity depends on the 6oordinates). The limiting cases of an infinitely thin plate and an in- finitely narrow cylinder conform to Ohm's law. Consideration is given to magnetobydrc dynamic effects as a basis for a qualitative explanation of the phenomenon of destruc- tion of the superconductivity of metals by a magnetic field. Bibliography of 5 titles. G. F. Kventsell. 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S. ]Offe 406 of J 06 ;A 0 ,e W coo ; i .00 its 0 -1-SL& 49TALLU4rlCAL LITIN.ItAt CLA,SSIFICAM" E Z w U WAY POW, l p D 9. tI a 5 ~ ip I ft 44 Stittill KIVU UNKLOn Iii 0 0 0 a 9 0 0 111 IF 0 0 4 cv 0 0 a 0 0 0 f 46 0 0 0 0 0 0 j T a 0 a 0 0 014 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 ARYHAFG M- I SKIT, ". P. 1) k , ~1873 ARKHADGELISM I. F. Opyt nravnitellnogo izucheniya ~ -M~-- transpiratsionnogo. koefitsi-y6nta lyall-ernantsii, perilly i 11na mislichnogo. Trudy Krasnodarsk. in-ta pishch. proni-sti, iryp- 7j, 1949j 3- 7-13- - Bibliogr: 10 nazv. 30; Letopis' Zburnallnylth Statey, Vo. 29, Yoskva, 1949 USSR /I Cultivated Plants. Technical. (ILeaginous. L-5 Sugar-Bearing Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Biol.., No 6., March 1957., No 22794 Author : Arkhangelskiy, M.P. Inst : Not given Title : Biological Characteristics of Lallemantia (Lallemantia iberica Fisch. et Mey). Orig Pub V sb~: 8-ya nairh. konferentsiya 18-20 marta 1954 g-, Kiev, Selkhozgiz USSR, 1955, 21-24 .Abstract The Tiork enumerates the biological characteristics of lal- lemantia, which were studied by vegetational and field ex- periments under Krasnodar conditions during 1936-1941 and 1947-1948. The experiments proved that lallemantia may be cultivated on different soils: podzol, chernozzim and saline. Card 1/2 USSR / Cultivated Plants. Technical. Oleaginous. L-5 Sugar-Bearing Abs Jour :Ref Zhur - Biol.., No 6, March 1957, No 22794 Abstract :Its yield is increased considerably by use of mineral and organic fertilizers. Varieties of Iberian lallemantia beha- ve like typical summer cultivations, but its sprouts may winter over when sown before the winter. The vegetative period lasts from 60 to 92 days. When a sufficient supply of soil moisture and nitrogenous ferti-lizers are present, its yield is high. The comparative tests of lallemantia at 8 testing sectors of Kiev., Kirovograd,, Vinnits, Khmel- nits and Sumsk r *ons showed that a yield of lallemantia oil up to 459 kg7hlectare is possible. Card 2/2 ARKH.A-MGELSKIY, 1-1. S. ............ ~ "Certain Reflex Changes During Del.%yed Sequelae of Spinal Cord Trauma." Carxi Med Sci, Saratov State Medical Inst, Un Higher Education -iSFSR, Saratov, 1955. (KL, No 18. APr 55) SO: Sum. No. 704, 2 Nov 55 - Surv,3v of Scientific and Teelmical Dissertations Defended at USSR Higher Educational Institutions (16). 'k V_' AV!, i~~ 46-3-2/15 AUTHOVS :Arlihangellskiy, M.Ye.,,Afanaslyev, V.Ya. . TITLE: An Investigation of the Photodiffusion Method of Visualisa- tion of Ultrasonic Fields (Issledovaniye fotodiffuzionnogo metoda vizualizatsii ul'trazvukovykh poley) PERIODICAL: Akust' h 1, ZtLurnal, 1957, Vol.III, Nr 35 pp.214-219 (and 1 plate3stgSR) ABSTRACT: The photographic method of visualising ultrasonic fields was first proposed by Torikai and Neigishi in 1955 (Ref.2). The present paper gives a description of the experiments which were carried out in an attempt to photograph the 'Icross-section" of the field of a.radiator. The film was placed in a special cassette, having thin rubber walls and dontaining a Kodak D-19 developer. The film was placed with its plane perpendicular to the direction of propagat- ion of the sound and was exposed for up to about 120 sec. The blackening of the film D(t) was plotted as a function of exposure12 t , at a frequency of 2- Me/zand an intensity of 0.23 W/cm and a distance of 4 cm from the radiator. The temperature of the developer was about 210C. The blackening, of the film was measured on a densitometer and a micro- photometer. The quantity AD which is defined as the Card 1/3 46-3-2/15 An 1~vestilgation of the Photodiffusion Method of Visualisation of Ultrasonic Fields. difference between the blackening of the image and the background is plotted as a function of exposure and differ- ent concentrations of the developer in Fig-7. Curves of the functions AD(t) can be used to choose the optimum conditions for obtaining maximum contrast in the given range of intensities. At lower concentrations of the devel- oper and a corresponding increase in the exposure t the contrast of the image increases considerably (i.e . $im~b increases). Various other quantitative details are given. Intensities of 0.25 to 0.3 W/cm at a frequency of 2 Mc/s should be photographed with exposure times between 60 and 90 sec and developer concentrgtions between 0.33 and 0.2. For fields less than 0.1 W/cm!- the maximum concentration should be used and exposure times less 2than 40 see. Photo- graphy of fields greater than 0.3 W/cm should be carried out with a developer concentration between 0.33 and 0.2 and exposure time less than 60 sec, the exposure being smaller the greater the intensity. The threshold sensitivity was found to be about 0.05 W/cm2. For some reason old photo- graphic papers (3 to 10 years old) were found to have a Card 2/3 somewhat lower threshold of sensitivity. The resolving 46-3-2/15 An Investigation of the Photodiffusion Method of Visualisation of 'Ultrasonic Fields. power of the photodiffusion method is determined by two factors: the transverse diffusion of the developer into the photo-layer and the presence of constant flow due to sonic wind. The second factor is the more important and can only be determined experimentally. L.D.Rozenberg is thanked for his help and advice. There are 8 figures, no vables and 2 references, 1 Russian and 1 English. ASSOCIATION:Institute of.Ac-ousties, Academy of Sciences USSR, Moscow (Akusticheskiy Institut AN SSGR, Moskva) SUBMITTED: February 19, 1957. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress. Card 3/3 114 GUSEV, V.D..; ARKHANGELISPY, the fine structure of the iono- Experimental invefibigation of sphere. Vest.VIrak*un.Ser.mat*jmekhvp astrone, fiz.,khim. 12 no,2:75-83 '57- (MIRA 10:12) l.Kafedr-- rasprostranenlya, izlucherdya i kanalizatsii elektro- magntomykh voln Mookovskogo universiteta. (Ionosphere) =MOM' ot V%. r ass ot 0 he r0 0 A6 0~ a 0i 'bl 'tea '01 O'evis 0 .101 1.6r9. ty~_s 'aac 7- L~ ~n T,TV., 'PT 305 665 'vNe tv a, sto. 6 #19 '08 Ote alsea a It COA 6 016VO*', SXIW. -~ Joe Us %. b4~0 4) 4u4, t;-c 1) -%I . . e. ~,S, PT4 Ica G as IVNOI lgko to 5 t~c 0 scl~ TWO v.0010 10 tt"L 0 JOT 6 OT jfe )p dAt IA,2 eta-t, ~.Ou SCSI 4pf. ~~66 ej~Cll ,to 1,0V O.Ce. 9-U, IIJ egly.86 Jet two ON a _AU36N . 0u. ,age - OVA .1010 ~.O%L jAQ_ -091Cd lei INC 0016 it 'b1 T as S'4.f a 'e*l US rT tao - 00-41 5.1a 0,0 &e V '01 T&TO tw S$V~ OIL k,0. vrol ~al Tvkl& %011'5a .00 06%,61% atea as"- 1~0'~i v r, PNIN 9;04 tlM t OTO 1 4,0 stot -b tea cc~q ise 0.000, Tat's ;hsV, I 'eve. 'a's 00,9 %OVO .0oss . 'JeTs r C, to a0 jt4n*0 SS . Go 4~.ql%r a~p . I j~ax 'OT C)N '00 as v 0 , 0. 0 V,.%C tu T TO a all 146ce.6 S OV/46-5-3 -~I 4/3 2 On the Effect of Sound on tho Process of Diffusion from a Liquid into a Gal was the local rise of temperature. The diffusion of the developer into ifto emulsion is accelerated as followas the sound pressure during oni hilf- period helps the liqutd to penetrate the gel and expands "p-)res" in th-) gel. xho developer is then bound to the gel by adsorption.or othar forcf.,s and does not flow out during the following half-poriod of the app-li",,' acoustic field. There are 1 figure and 7 references, 3 of which arc Sovi-est, 1 translation from English into Russian, 2 Hungarian and I German. ASSMUTIOIT-Akusticheskiy institut All SSSR, Moskva (Acoustics Institute, Ac. Sc. USSR, Moscow) SUEMITTED: May 16, 1959 Card 2/2 80849 S/046/60/006/02/04/019 -29-/100 B014/ n014 1UTHOR: Arkhaniel'skiy, K. Ye. TITLEt The Accelerating Effect of Sound on the Development of a Photoemulsion PERIODICAM Akueticheskiy zhurnalp 1960, vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 180-186 TEXT3 In the introduction, the author refers to the method of Vi"alL observation of ultrasonic fields which has been suggested by himself and V. Ya. Afanaslye (Ref. 6). Fig. 1 shows two pictures of standing ultra- sonic waves. The present paper reports on further experiments made to clarify the acceleration ofthis process. The experiments were made with Hungarian copying paperat 3 MO/s. The method applied is described'in Ref. 6. In a detailed investigation the author studied the dependence of the blackening on the time of development at different ultrasonic: intensities and the effect of local heating on the blackening (Fig. 2). The acceleration of the development was found to depend on the variation of sound pressure and not on sound intensity. From this the author concludes that the accelerating effect of sound is related to a decrease Card 1/2 857h6 3 S/046/60/006/00.1/013/017/'XX B013/Bo63 AUTHORS: Arkhangel'skiy, M, Ye.:, P;.,.us,, G. N. TITLE: Investigation of the Effect of Ultrasonic Vibrations on the Diffusion of an Electrolyte in Gelatin Gel \ PERIODICAL: Akusticheskiy zhurnal., 1960, Vol, 6, No. 3. pp, 278-283 TEXT: This paper deals with the effect of ultrasonic waves upon the dif- fusion of the colored electrolyte (CaSO ) in gelatin gel. The authors stu- died ultrasonic waves of low intensity 4(0.2 - 0,4 w/cm 2) in the frequen- oy range from 500 kilocycles to 9 megacycles, They intended to confirm the hypothesis that the diffusion of the electrolyte can be accelerated by exposing the entire diffusion system to ultrasonic waves. Besides, they aimed at determining the factor characterizing the specific effecr. of the sound field upon the.process of acceleration. The block diagram of the experimental arrangement is shown in Fig. 1. The diffusion front was examined under a microsc W, e and by means of an eyepiece micrometar of the type AM-9-2 (AM-9-2?(total magnificationi 57-fold). The sound intensity ~%as measured with a point receiver of titanium, which was con- Card 1/3 7! Investigation of the Effect of Ultrason7-,.-. 13/017/ YX Vibrations on the Diffusion of an BlectrolyteBo 13/B063 in Gelatin Gel nected to the oscilloscope (12) by means cf an amplifier (13). A concentrat. ed solution of blue vitriol prepared at 200C served as a diffusing sub-, stance. Pig. 2 shows some microphotographs of blue vitriol diffusion in gelatin gel, which were taken during two examinations of different length ta - 200 sec; b - 500 sec), At the beginning of the experimental series the authors found that the experimental -results varied under equal cond-1 tions. A two-month observation of Jhe experimental conditions has sho,,~n (Pi6,. 3) that the distance covered by the diffusion front depends on the relative moisture and the atmospheric pressure. To reduce these effects, 'the results of 8-10 measurements were statistically averarred. The ultra- sonic vibrations in the frequency range examined were found to aocelerait5.~ the diffusion of the electrolyte in gelatin gel with 7Vf1 water by 15%. The specific factor responsible for the acceleration of diffusion is a variable sound pressure which effects 60'~~ of the increase of the path cf the diffusion front obtained by exposing gelatin gel to ultr~isonic wave&. The remaining 40% goes to the "sound wind'! (145fj) and to the heating of the sample within the ultrasonic field ( 125%). The values obtained ccrre-- spond to the values f3und by Tamas and Tarnoczy (Ref. 2) for the Card 2/3 85746 Investigation of the Effect of Ultrisonic cj/"-46/60/006/003/'013/017/Xx Vibrations on the Diffusion of an Electro B013/B063 lyte in Gelatin Gel acceleration of diffusion of the electrolyte with a cellophane foil under the action of ultrasonic waves (Figs. 5-7). The authors thank -L~ D~ Rozenbe g for his interest in this work. There are 7 figures nnd 8 ref-- erences: 6 Soviet, 1 German, and 1 Hungarian. ASSOCIATION: Akusticheskiy institut AN SSSR, jg~~skva (Institute of Acoustics AS USSR, Moscow) SUBMITTED: April 14, 196o Card 3/3 S/046/62/008/001/004/010 B125/BI02 A U'll H OR: Arkhangel Iskiy, M. Ye. TITLE: Change in the diffusion coefficient of a heterogeneous system under the action of.ultrasonics PERIODICIL.- Akusticheskiy zhurrial, v. 8, no. 1, 1962, 49 - 55 TEXT: The author studied microscopically the changes in a diffusion system in an ultrasonic field which accelerates the diffusion of an electrolyte (concentrated solution of copper sulfate solution) into a -elatine gel. The diffusion equation aC/8t = D(a c/aS2) (1) is approximately solved by C ~~(C /2) [1 -,y(S/2YD,--tl (3) by taking 2 2 account of the initial conditions C C fol. S,, 0 and t = 0) and also of the boundary condition D (ac /as) - D (ac /as) 1 1 2 2 for 5 = 0 and t> 0 if the concentration of the diffusing substance depends only slightly on DV C and C are copper vitriol concentrations in the 1 2 solution and in the gel respectivelyl D 1 and D2 are the diffusion Card 1/3 Change in the diffusion... B/046/62/008/'001/004/018 3125/B102 coefficients in the solution and in the gel, respectively. Besides C /C 1 2 k where t--,,oo. (3) also holds in an ultrasonic field if influence exerted by sound pressure and acoustic field on diffusion is negligible. S - 26;-`t-,~(C - 2C (4) follows from (3) where A 0 gel is the inverse functional dependence with respect to The experimental dependence S (t) is well described by M- When tbe gel sample is directly aubjected to ultrasonic Irradiation diffusion is accelerated in the same way as when the sample is irradiated from the side of the diffusing medium. This acceleration is determined by the change of the temperature dependent -U/RT where U is the activation energy diffusion coefficient D 2 . D 10 (5 VD t.,\e(c 2C -U/2RT of the diffusion in kcal/mole. S = 2 )-e (6) 1 0 gel follows from (4) with (5) wher the temperature dependence is determined practically exclusively by e -U72RT. The experimental temperature dependence of the path S covered by the diffusion front is well described by (6). A similar result is obtained from the experimental dependence of 3 on the intensity of the sonic oscillations at the frequency of 2 Card 2/3 ARKHANGELISKIYI M,Ye, -.1 1---'1-,---."""-,-.,- Conversion of ultrasonic surface vibrations into the rotary forward motion of a body. Akast. zhur. 9 no-3:275-278 16), (MMA 16:8) 1. Akusticheskiy institut AN SSSR Moskva. (Ultrasonic waves) (Disks, Rotating) ARKHMGELISKIY,, M.Ye. .... .I- Sonosensitivity charaoteristiab cr some photographic materials. Akust. zhur. 9 no.1:1-4 163. (KMA .16:5) 1. Akusticheakiy institut AXSSSR, Moskva. (Photographic sensitometry) ACCESSICN NR-, AP3005628 S/0046/63/009/0,03/0376/0378 AUTHOR- Arkhangeliskiy, M.. Yo. TITLE: The effect of ultrasonic waves on exposed and unexposed photosensitive layers SOURCE: Akusticheskiy zburnal, 9, no. 3, 1q63, 3706-378 TOPIC TAGS: ultrasonic waves, photoserMilve 11svers, diapositive film, Tho+ogrpphic process ABSTRACT: Ultrasonic energy may affect the rhoto!zraphic T)rocess G4 J.ther by speed--na up the pln-sicochendcal processes dur"rF, wet developmept of the photographIc rpterial or by creatincr a Intent image. The author hns exTerimented on the effect of ultrA-- sonic frequencies of 3 megacycles on tho ee,,,elonnnc~nt of unexposed dia-positive film, in No. 44 developer (V. P,, V-ikulin. 'Potoi-'etsepturriy*y sprAvochnik dlya fotolyu- bite-ey. Y., Iskusstvo, 1958). During irrp6--;F,,,Jon of unexposed film in viater or in the eeveloping solution by very intense ultraFonic enargy, so that, cavitation occ=, a latent photogrepl-ic image ray actuplly appear because of ultrasorvic lur-M.nescence, even for very short periods of exposure to sound (on the order of several rd.nutes) When the same photographic mpterials are acted on by ultrasonic energies having Card .1/2 ACCESSIM NR: AP3005628 intensities below the cavitation threshold, an image may be obtained in the develop- er only after a considerable length of exposure to the jound (tens of minutes) . This I'latent image" is the result of speeding up the fogging process in the photo- .sensitive layer when it is in the ultrasonic field. Zithout, this, the process is noticeably slowed down. Orig. art. has: 1 figure and 1 table. ASSOCIATICK: Ak-astichaskiy institut M SSSR, Moscow (Acoustical Institute AN SSSR) SUDIUTTEDs 28Sep62 DATE ACQs 27Aug63 EX CL: 00 SUB CO;E., PH* NOW SM 003 OTHER: 004 dard,' LMHANGELISKIYJ, M.Ye. Effect of softening of a photosensitive layer in the direct visu- alization method. Akust. zhur. 9 no.4:481-482 t63. (MIRA 170) 1, Akusticheskiy institut AN SSSR, Moskva. 'ACCESSION M AP4025735 S/0046/64/010/001/MW0112 'AUTHORS: Arkhan el I 2~~M.J%j Ser.-,eyeva, K. Ya. .,TITLE: Role of ultrasonic cavitation in reducing hydraulic fluid viscosity, SOURCEt Akustichaskiv zhurna13 v. 10) no. 1, 196h.,/13.l-n2 !TOPIC TAGS ultrasonic cavitation draulic fluid, viscosity, lovi-molecular hy polymerization, erosion., A 'abiond.1 ero;ion; ultrasonic concentrator ,polymer,, de. chvit ABSTIRACT: The authors give exporimental results of determining the role of 1 7 icavitation in We &op inviscosity or hydraulic fluid uffier the influence of A volume of the hydraulic fluid AM-10 of about 30 cm3 is exposed to sound for 60 minutes at a frequency of 500 kUoheAz In the focus of a sphericaV ;concenAurator 'Lor certain stress values corresponding to various amounts of int n- ;sity, according to the scheme shown in Fi-a 1 on the Encaosures The container 1 whose bottom is a tjAn sound-penetrable film 20 is f illed with the fluid 3 and placed in anu3:eradbnic.concentrator h so that the focus of the latter coincides j'with the center of the fluid. Before and after-sound exposure,, a Penkevich viscosimeter Is usiA to measure tti6 viscosity in centi-Stokes to within 4 3%9 In Card iACCESSION NRI AP3005617 ~/604~/63/069/00~/02 5/027i !ATJTHORt Arkhangellskiy, M. Yo. iTITLEt Transformation of ultrasonio surface oooillations into rotational and Itranslational motion of a body SOURCEs Akustioheskiy zhurnal, v. 9, no. 3, 1963, 275-278 TOPIC TAGS: translational motion, metallic disk, stopped.concentra tor, ultrazonio machine 4770, stability, microscope MG, flexural oscillation, mechanical contact ABSTRACT: The phenomenon has been studied where a metallic, disk interacts with thp surface edge of an ultrasonically oscillating, stepped concentrator. A brass disk is freely positioned on a, stepped concentrator which is subjected to longitudinal oscillations at 17-7 Kc frequency by an ultrasonic machine, model 4770. The i stability of the disk along the concentrator surface is then observed. Three different rotationli and/or translations are observed on the diskt depending on its initial position relative to the concentrator shoulder. Using an MG microscope (265 time magnification), the oscillations of the concentrator surface edge are observed and found to be longitudinal and flexural in nature. A flexural oscilla- tion wave velooit-j of 1030 W/seo is observed on a 6-4 cm steel rod. An experimentsa: of the contact tween the disk and the concentrator indicates the st'l point be !-ICCESSION -N-R-:---,A-P,3-0-0,5-6-,I--7---,--- Ineces'sity of a oontinuoun mechanical contact between those two surfaces to ensure i !trans lation-rotation corrfe.-eion of the concentrator rod osaillational moti )n to the '!disk itself. Orig. a&.It has' 4 figures. 1ASSOCIATIONz Akuatiobes',Uy institut.0 SSSR, Moscow (AcousSics Institute AN SSSR) SUBIaTTM- 12M=63 DATE ACQ:' 27AU963 ENCL: Od: ISUB CODEt* GP NO REP S07t. 003 OTHERt 90-58-5-7/10 AUTHORS: ArkhapAel1skiy,_.&.; Babayev, hi.; Gladkov, M.; Yellyashevich.j T.-I MumyshRW, AT-j-Kuzyatir., G.; Kuliyev, S.; Moveesov, N.; Popov, A.; Portnoy, T.; Riznik, A.; Serova, Ye.; Tarasov, A.; Tulin, V.; Shishkin, 0.; Shkollnikov, B.; Shturman, L.; Chesnokov, V.; Efondizade, A. TITLE: Candidate of Technical Sciences K.N. Kulizade (Kandidat fekhnicheskikh nauk K.N. Kulizade) The 50th Anniversary of His Birthday and the 25th Anniversary of Hie Scientific, Engineering, and Teaching Activity (K dnya rozhdeniya i 25-letiyu nauchnoy, inzhenernoy i pedagogi- cheskoy deyatelinosti) PERIODICAL: Energeticheskiy Byulleten'l 1958, Nr 5, pp 23-24 (USSR) ABSTRACT: This is a short biography written on K.N. Kulizade, Can- didate of Technical Sciences and well-known Russian author of more than 40 articles and monographies. The titles of some of his books are: "Electric Current Supply in Oil Fields", "Protective Grounding of Electric Installations in Oil Fields", I'Eleotrio Equipment for the Drilling of Oil Wells", I'Increase of the Power Factor in Oil Fields", Card 1/2 "Economy of Electric Energy and Norming of Electric Current -- -- -41 90-58-5-7/10 Candidate of Technical Sciences K.N. Kulizade. The 50th Anniversary of His Birthday and the 25th Anniversary of His Scientific, Engineering, and Teaching Activity Consumption in Oil Fields". There is 1 figure. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 2/2 1. Bio-rephies-Kulizade, K.N. ARKWGEL -SKIY, N. (Kuybyshev) Account for labor expenditures more accurately. Sots. trud 8 no.2:108-111 F 163. (MMA 16:2) (Kuybyshev Province-Building materials industry--Accountin#) 28(2) PHASE I 1300K EXPLOITATION SOV/3325 Arkhangellskiy, Nikolay Alekseyevidi., and Boris Illich Zaytsev Avtomaticheskiye tsifrovyye mashiny (Digital Computers) Moscow., Goo, izd-vo fiziko-matematicheakoy lit-ry, 1958. 125 P. (Series: Populyarnyye lektsii po matematike, vyp. 28) 50,000 copies printed. Ed.: A.A. Konoplyankin; Tech. Ed.: Ye.A. Yermakova. PURPOSE: The booklet is intended for secondary school students and for the general reader interested in computers. COVERAGE: The authors discuss in layman's terms nev high-speed computing techniques 9-nd their possible utilization in solving difficult scientific porblems, and in the automatic control of industrial and other processes. The authors outline the fundsmentals-of design of electronic digital com- puters and of programming operations. The book is illustrated with several drawings and photographs. TLe Appendix gives technical specifications of 18 Soviet and non-Soviet computers including the IMSM, Strela, M-2, Ural, and the STsM. The authors thank Professor A.A. Iyapunov. No references are given. Card l/ Digital Computers SOV/3325 1. Logical.unit 43 2. Arithmetic unit 51 3. . Storage unit 56 4. Tn-put and output units TT 5. Control.. ef working order 8o Ch. IV. Progr ing and Computation of Problems 1. Instruction3 84 2. Programming problems for digital computers 88 3. Problem procedure for progremming and solution with the digital com- puter 101 Ch. V. Non-arithmetical Uses 1. General considerations. Computer fo~: playing chess 110 2. Cybernetics and electronic digital computers 115 Appendix AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 313 120 JP/jb 3-i-6o ARKHAN'GELISKIY, N.A. Automatische Ziffernrechenmaschinen, von Ark- hangellskiy und B.I. Zaytnev. Berlin, DVW, 1960. 130 p. diagrs., tables. Translated from the Russian "kvtomaticheskiye tsi-frovyye inashiny," Moscow, 1958. A-rv.HAZIGELISKIY, N.D. -1WASUrsam- "riai A" , Intrathoracic wound of the thoracic duct. Sov.mnd. 21 Supplement: 23 '37- (MIRA 11:2) 1. Iz Glavnogo-voyennogo gospitalya ime-ai akad. U.N.Burdenko (THORAGIC DUCT-WOMMS AND INJOINS) ~Wz- ITJ4ij AflFtPUMSM o rod* [Goolqw amd the bUUry of, UL: dmlc;noft of the anutem slop of tba ~~~ Satthwu Umls; Bxv~beWAnok Loww - Fhlao=ia ],Go -- otramle I IstarmA =. zvltucL vwtodulogo okUm lUsbwp Um3a; BrodiuWtooo GbqLUbdnsjdj n4mbrovalwudaldi alWitoftto Svoildlankip 1965o 1(0 N Wm&wjSA muk SSSR, UmilaM Mja4 Svaaovok. XfttitUt ipaogft. UU47s WoV 0m lots) 35961 maastrikhtskV yarus na vostoch nom sklone srednego urala.. zapiski urallskogo-,geoli; O-va, vyp. 2, 1948, S. 65-70- bibliogr: 12 nazv. SO: Letopial Zhurnallnykh Statey. No. 49. 1949 ARKHA-9(M !.SKIY, N.J. 51tratigraphy and tectonics of-Mesozoic and Lower Cenozoic d6posIts of the eanthern edge if the Umls in tha,Serov-Iydal' region. Trudy Gor.-geol,Inst,.no,22:34-63 153. (HLRA 70) (Sr,;rov iegiou--Gsolog7, Str-W4graphio) (Ga.ology, Stratigra~hia--Serov region) (1,rdell regi on-Geology, . St rat igraphl-o) (Geology, Stratigraphio-IvAell region) MIKHANGILISKIY, N.I. Post-Paleozo,ic tectonics of the eastern slope of the Urals and the trans-Ural region. Izv.AN SSSR. Ser.geol. 20 no.3:36-47 Mjr-Je 155. (Ural mountain region-Geoloff, Structural) Mak 8:9) JRKUMELISKly, IT.I. Mess oic strati aphy of the eastern slope of the Urals. Trudy Gor.-geol. inet. UYAN SSSR no.51:47-59 160. (MIU 13:9) (Ural Mountains--Geologr, Stratigraphic) Affla"ELISKIY. N.I. Basic problems of the geology of Mesozoic formations on the eastern elope of the Urals. Trudy Gor*geoloiwtUFAY =t noo6:3-22 160. (Ural Nbuntains--Geology) (KWA 14:10) TUZHIKOVA, V.I.; ARKHANCEL-SKIY, N.I. Recei,+, data on Triassic bauxites on the eastern slope if the Urals. Dokl. ikii SZSR 140 no.4:916-918 0 161. (MIRA 14:9) 1. Gorno-geologicheski-y Institut Ural'skogo filiala AN SSSR. Predstavleno akadem1kc,m NoM.Strakbovym. %'Uml Mountains_-Bauxite) ARKHANGELISKIY, R.I. Gen+actonic principles of prospecting for moist important minerals in Mesozoic loritations on t1a eastern slope of the Ural Mountains and'trans-Ural Mountain region. Trudy last. geol. UFAN SSSR no.63t ' .1-93 162.. (MIRA 16t12) ARXHANGELISKIY. N.I.; TUZHIKOVAp V.I. Now bauxite-bearing-formation~inthe eastern slope of the Ural Mountains and thd prineipleg'of'predicting the occurrences of Mesozoic bauxites. Trudy,Iftst. geol. UFAN SSSR no.63:95-112 162. (HM 16s12) RAYITUT, Yu.V., otv. red,; ARKMGELISK1 -I)'.N..I~ red., EPMOVICH, V.L., red.; IT"T IS red.; SHTEYNBERG, D.F., red. (deceased); SHC12RBINGVSKIY, N.S.., red.; YAKOVIEV, B.V., red.; POVOLOTSKAYA,-K.L., red.; SUSHKGVA, L.A., tekhn. red.; VOLKOVA, V.V., tekhn. red. [Scientific principles in crop protection] Nauchnye osnovy zashchity urozhaia. Moskva, Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1963. 246 p. (MIRA 17: 1) 1. Vaesoyuznaya akaderdya sel'skokhozyaystvennykh nauk im. V.I.Lenina. 2. Institut fiziologii rasteniy im. K.A. Timiryazeva AN SSSR, Moskva (for Rakitin). 3. Institut evo- Iyutsionnoy fiziologii im. I.N.Sechenova AV SSSR, Leningrad (for Yakovlev). 4. Institut biokhimii im. A.N.Bakha AN SSSR, Moskva (for Metlitskiy). (Crop yields) ARKRMGELISM, N.I. Age of the laterite weathering surface in the eastern slope of the Urals and the prqMostication principles of ancient weathering surfaces. Kors, vyvetr. no.5:157-168 163. (MIRA 16:7) 1. Gorno-geologiches'kiy institut Urallskogo filials. AN SSSR. (Ural Mountains-Weathering) Georgly '-"oya 'I", iuVna; ;&HUMISKIT, ILI NeDoz,-Ar; an (1 1, al -, C, geP eit rL'*;! I,zi i!l t ~ It - - RZ ! -vi of the T~ rin A key well in tbe Comti--Q, U-,:-~J MounU-'.rsj. N'--a-Takis i paleogs- noirye c,-r,!,;zh-2nUs ra'.-~n:j Tur.-nA,31 oporptc, skvazhiny v Tre&,az Za-u -:0t ~m-rilov~-ksl 9"! -7. (Akadam!1a,nauk WAM Urall'skil. Mial" ~nstitL:I. geologli. Trudy, no.~8) (NIIIRA 17 87) ARKWGEL I SKIY ) N. 1. Tectonic regularities in the location of minerals in tJw Mesozoie on the.eastern slopeof the Urals and fi the trand-UL*I-region, Zakonom. ra2m. polezn. iskop. 5:464-482 162. (NIRA 15:12) 1. Gorno- eologicheakiy,institut Urallskogo filiala AN SSSR. Mal MountairA iegion-Geology, Economic) rADY11KIN. V.A., sootavitell; ARKHANGELISKIY. I.E., redaktor. [Opsi-ation of the starting and control apparatus of ths KAB 130-kilowatt electric drill.motorl Itabota puekoregaliraluahchel apparatury burovogo elektrodvigatelia HAB moshchnostliu 130 k-wi. LSostavleno brigadoi V.A. Yedivkinai Otvetstvannyi redaktor N.K.Arkha.,,AOl'skii1 Moskva, Ugletekh- izdat, 1945. 4o p. (NT-11A 7:4) 1. Shakhtspetestroy, trust. (Ilectricity in sining) (Kining machinery) ISKIY, N. K. The electrician in the petroleum industry. Moskva, Gow. nauchno-tekhn. izd-vo neftianoi i gorno-toplivnoi lit-ry, 1946. 100p. (Vpomoshchlnovym kadram neftianoi prOmYshlennosti) (51-17863) TN871.A77 ARKHANGLIISK ) N. K. I Electrical equimment of the petroleum industry. Moskva, Goa. nauch.-teklin. izd-vo neftianoi i gorno-toplivnoi lit-l-ry, 1948. 226p. (50-18964) TN871-5.A-1 ARKHANGE-LISKIY, N. X. PA 9-T-102-- OUIL etrol Apr 48 Drills Oil Well ClatOhOB .."Blebtromagnetio* Slip Clutcheaiand.Their Use in lling Maohi B., :K. Arkhangellakiy, ne Eastern Power Eng Pi3trolem Adm.. pp ,~kn r tByul" No:4. e ge Lr_,_16soribes -,p_rino'ip'le,'and oonstruotion of-t hree main ee.of electromagnetio,sUp olutches. 4 Gives ailed acooant of Dyrmmtic olutcli used for drilling oil wells. 1/49TI(P I-----,- - I----,---.,-- ARKHARGELISKIY, N.K. Automatic regulation of mobile electric power plants. Inerg.biul. no.10:10-14 0 '53. (V--AA 6:10) (Electric power plants) (Automatic contrpi) W J~pnatantinovich; BXKKAN,Yu.K., redaktor; TRCFD(OV, " MR49s" 'AR . -C~ -I.V.. tekWchiikik redaktor lllectrlq~X equipment uset in oil fields] Illektrichaskos, oborudo- vanie neftianvkh promysloy. HoskTa, Oog.nauchao-tekha. izd-yo. neftianoi i gorno-to'pllTnoi lit-ry. 1955- 389 P. (Mln 9:3) (Petroleum industry-lquipment and supplies) AMWORLISKIT, N.K. lectric drill is a means of increasinz toohnolaz-1-1 --A Mitflyffifffi 1102ful luf fintiff all Ha OR W1111- DIM blul- wo-2t2-11 7 1-"- *090 a - - i.S.00. 3W ~401.m W~.2.3. ~ -4 T& I IFUM Mg PUPP1101) Inthener, redaktorj IqKITFM0,, A.A., veduBhchir redaktor; M=Ia. !!:A., tekhnicheskiy, redak-tora .[Prilling with electric drills on drill pipes; materials of a a session of the Scientific and Technical Council] Btrenie elektro- burom na. trubakh; mateiraly sessii Kauchno-tek-hnietheskogo soveta. ,Moskva, Gos.nauchnd-tekhn.izd-vo neft.1 gorno--toplivnoi lit-ry, 1957, 79 P. [Microfilm] NLRA 10:4) l..Russia (1923- U.S.Sx) Hinisteretvo neftianoy promyshlonnosti. Nauchno-takhnicheskilr soveto (Oil well drilling) ARMUGALISKIY. MA.; YRVSTIGNSY]IV, K.No Experisiental Industrial drilling using an electric drill with drill column. Neft. khoi. 35 no.8:13-19 Ag 157. (MM 10:11) . (Oil well drilling) 8(5), 11(4) SOV/ I 1Z-59 -.3-50?,o Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Elektrotekhnika, 1959, Nr 3, p i03 (USSR) AUTHOR: Arkhangel'skly, N. K. TITLE: ~The First Experience 17ith""BArilling by an Electric Drill Supplied Over a "Two-Wire Ground-Return" Circuit (Pervyy opyt bureniya elektroburom pri pitanii po skherne "DPZ") PERIODICAL: Novosti neft. tekhn. Neftepromysl. delo, 1958, Nr 1, pp 3-5 ABSTRACT: In the "two-wire ground-return" (ZWGR) circuit, the electric-drill immersible motor is supplied with 3-phase AC by a 2-conductor cable; the third conductor is replaced by the drill-pipe column which permits using a smaller-size two-conductor cable instead of a three-conductor. Drilling of Nr 1377 (Tuymaza), a 1, 708 -m deep hole by electric drill supplied over a ZWGR circuit, was completed in September, 1957. Preparations for the experimental drilling included a special investigation into the safety of the 2WGR scheme for the drilling crew. Tests staged in 1956 at an experimental hole in Baku showed that the elec,ric drilling inBtallation supplied over a 2WGR Card 1/2 8(5), 11(4) SOV/112-59-3-5020 The First Experience With Drilling by an Electric Drill Supplied Over a "Two-. circuit can be considered safe for the drilling-crew personnel if the require- ments conventional to any electrical installation are ob'served. Experimental drilling of Nr 1377 hole showed that, despite the worn-out drill and supply cables and despite a comparatively high voltage on the submersible motor (1, 650 v and higher), no detrimental influence of the ZWGR scheme upog the motor insulation or cable i-asu-lation was detected. A certain current asymmetry in the individual plases was observed within the limits of tolerable volta'ge asymmetry in the supply lines. To accumulate further experience with 'electric drill supplied over a ZWRG circuit and to determine more accurate actual phase load asymmetry, electric drilling of the sec=-d hole, Nr 1391, was begun. Experimental samples of 2-conductor cables for supplying the drill manufactured by the "Ukrkabel' " Kiyev Plant will be tested, as well as some actual ZWRG- scheme parameters; this is necessary for developing methods of asymmetry compensation. L. G. S. Card 2/2 t4~qv WSTIGNEYEV. Konstantin _kc~j; Y Nikitovich; TOMASKPOLISKIY, Leonid Karkovich; SKROVA, Ye.I., vedushchiy red.; POLOSINA, A.S., (Techniques and economics of electric drilling] Tekhnika i ekonomika elaktrobureniia. Koskvs, Gos.nauchno-tekhn.izd-vo neft. i gorno-toplivnoi lit-ry, 1959. 120 p. (MM 12:11) (Oil well drilling-Equipment and supplies) MURAV'Tzv. I.M.. Prof.; ARZUMANOT, Sh.K., inzh.: AMUUNMMISKIT, N.K., inzh.,; BAZLOV, M.N.. inzh.; (MOBSHTRN, MMOV, A.I., dotsent, KAKHKUIMOV, N.A., insh.; MOVSZSOV, N.S., insh.; MURAVITXV, V.M., inzh.; NEGRIM, V.P., kand.takhn. nauk;.PLOTELI, S.G., kand.tekhn.nauk; PODGORNOV, M.I., insh.; RUBACHIV, G.R., kand.ekon.nauk; SULTANOV, D.K., inzh.; SHM, B.O.,-inzh.; SAVM, Z.A., vedushchiy red.; POLOSINA, A.S., [Reference book on petroleum production] Sprava'ahnik po dobyche nefti. Moskva, Gqo,pauchno-tekhn.izd-vo neft. 11 gorno-toplivnoi lit---ry. Vol.3. 1960, 712 p. (MMA 13:5) (Oil fields-Production methods) ARYMNr,E.LISKIY,, N.K- _ . Result of a study of problems in increasing deep drilling efficiency with frequency control of an electric drill. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav,; neft' i gaz 3 no.7:21-28 160. (MMA 15:5) 1. Azerbaydzhansldy institut nefti i khimii imeni M. Azizbekova. (Oil well drillings Electric) ARKHANGELTSKIY, N.K. Increasing the efficiency-of d6e*p drilling with an electric drill. Neft.khoz. 39 no.1:13-19 l Ja~ .161, (MIn 17: 3)