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sov/8o-32-5-12/52 The-Investigation,.-of tHe Conversion of Carbon Oxide by Water Steam at Increased Pr-_Ssure ductivity rises more wiiformly. .4bcnre 30 a!= only a slight technical- economical effect is t-3 be expect-ad. The high pressure has the same effect on high- and low-t6mperatu7a catalysts. There are: 2 graphs, 2 tables, 1 diagram and 6 referenees, 3 of which ara Soviet;- ,2 Enqllf?~ antl I`tialiim. ASSOCIATION: Kha--Ikovskiy pol:LtekhniWheskiy 1xvititut imani V.I. Lenina (Khar'kov Polytechnioal Institute imoni V.I, Lenin). SUBMITTED: januarj 6, 1956 Card 2/2 PHASH I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/504 .Atroshchenkot Vasilly IvanoviLhj losif Il'ich Gellpori% Anatoliy Petrovich Zaaorin, Viktor Ivanovich -Konvisar.. Antonina Yakovlevna Kraynyaya, Agnessa Grigorlyevna loeybUBh, and AniBM Rudollfovich Yastrebenstskiy Metody raschetov po tekhnologii. svy&zannogo azota ',Computational Methods in the Technology of Combined Nitrogen) Khar1kov, Izd-ro Khar1kovskogo, univ.j, 1960. 302 p. 5,000 copies printed. Ed.-'(Title page)t V.I. Atroshchenko; Ed.t D.A.Vaynb,wg; Tech. Ed.: V.S. Zadorozhnyy. PURPOSE: This textbook is intended for graduate students in chemical technology institutess and mgy also be used by engineering ani technical personnel of the chemical industry. COVERAGE: The book describes computational methods used in the industrial produc- tion of hydrogen, nitrogenp synthetic Ammoniap ureas nitric acid, and methanol. Problems in the refining of natural gas are also reviewed. The comDutations involve i~aterial'and'heat"bal~nces'andithe deteimination of Card=V-5-- Co4utational Methods (Cont.) 93V/5604 dimensions of equipment and its designp based on equations of chemical reactions and thermodynamic computations of possible yields or reaction rates per Be$ Equations and formulas for determining reaction rates are also given. Plant out- puts, flow sheets, and technical characteristics are inelwied. The supplement includes an equilibrium state (vapor phase) diagram of a rrLtrogen-oxygen system; entropy diagrams for amoniap air, nitrogen, and oxygen; graphs of heat capacity) viscosityy and heat conductance vs. temperature (0 -3500 C) for nitrogen-hydro- gen-ammonia mixtures at P = 300 atm; a viscosity ys. petoj,) Of CO + H2 mixture at 50 - 4000 C; diagrams of CH4, C02# C01 N2j and.11.2 solubility in CH30H at 300 atm. and 250 C; a compressibility coefficient vs. temperature (25 - 2500 C) graph of 00 + 2 H2 mixturGa at 250 and 300 atm; a nomogram of physical constants; enthalpy vs. temperature diagrams for alcoholop olefins and methanol; and tables of rate constantsp partial pressuresp heat contents of so- lutions, viscosities of gases, average molecular heat capacities of various gas- es and vapors at different pressures, rate constants of the oxidation of nitric oxide by oxygen at different temperatures., etc. The authors are affili- ated with the XbAr'kOvAkiYpolitekhnicheskiy institut imeni V.I. Lenina (Kharlkov Polytechnic Institut imeni V.I. Lenin) and the Gosudarstvannyy institut azotnoy Card=:;Zl~- Computational Methods (Cont.) SOV/5604 promyshlennosti i produktov organichaskogo sintoza (State Institute for the Nitro- gen Industry and Products of Organic Synthesis). The Introduction and Cho. V# Xy and XI were written by V.I. Atroshchenko; Ch. It by A.G. 1Ajybush; Cho. II, III, VI, and VII, by A.R. Yastrebenottikiy; Ch. IVt by I.I. Gallimrinj Cho. VIII and XIVO by V.1. Konvisar; Cho. IX ajid XI11p by A.P. Zasorin; and Ch. XIII by A. Ya. Kraynyaya.. No personalities are mentioned. References) nainly Soviet# accomparq individual chapters. TABLE OF CONTENTSs Foreword 3 Introduction 4 Ch. 1. Computations and Design of a Methane Conversion Plant 5 Ch. II. Computations and Design of a Carbon Dioxide Conversion Plant 37 Card-345 AUTHOM TITLE: PERIODICAL: S/064j6O/0O0/Oi/2O/O24 3022/BO08 Atroshchenko, V. I,, Taeytlinj~ A* Rep Zasorinj Ao P. Zolotate'VEW78. The Utilization of Nitrogen Oxides - the Waste From Some Processes Khimicbeekaya promyshlennost', 1960, No. 1, PP- 79 - 80 TEXT: The problem of the utilization of nitrogen oxide waste developing during the manufacture of some products of the organic synthesis is dealt with in the paper under review. The development of a simple method for the utilization of nitrogen oxide waste In Industry is desirablee The principal reactions which deitermine the forning of nitric acid from nitro.- gen oxide are mentioned and equations for tAe reaction rate are given. The utilization of highly concentrated nitrDgen oxides permits the pro- duetion of 55% nitric acid1lin accordance with the equation of equilibrium of the 88ODnd reaction (F -- P O/PNO ). The absorption takes place in a p N 2 bubbling column which reprecents an absorber of improved type in the Card 1/2 ATROSHORIINKO V.I. doktor telchnicheskikh nauk; ASNIN, Ta.L, kand.tekba. Z L~a ~!-- , , ~Iifl 7 V~ 9 ' iSWA, Z.A. Investigation of the stability of KU-,! and AB-21' ion exchangers used in the filtration of oonoentratail solutions. Xhim. prom. no. 7051-553 O-N 060. (KIRL 13:12) (Ion exchange) ATROSHCHMIKO, V.I.; KORDYSH, Ye.l. Optimum relation between the oxidation processes of nitric oxide and the absorption of nitrogen dioxide in the production of nitric acid. Uy. vys. uoheb. sav; khim. i kh1m. tekh. 3 no. 5.:885-891 160. (MIRA 13:12) 1. lharlkovskiy politekhnichookiv inatitut imeni V.I. Lenina rafe4ra tekhnologii. neorganicbeekikh veshchestv. (Nitria aeld) (Nitrogen oxide) 5..1110, 5.21100 7,1,6 3 1. SOV/80-33-P-6/52 AUTHORS: Atroshchenko, V. I., Konvisar, V. I. , Kordysh, Ye. 1. TITLE: Concerning the Efficiency of Nitr,of,;en Oxide Abuoi,ption in Bubble Plate Columns PE1310DICAL: Zhur,nal prikladnoy k4imii, 1960, Vol Nr 2, pp 1069-295 (USSTO ABSTRACT: The rate of formation of diluted nitric acid is governed chiefly by the reactions of NO oxidation and the ab- sorption of NO2 thus formed. In designing bubble-cap and sieve plate absorption cojumns, the oxidation of NO and the composition of the nitrogen'ox1des is determined for each successive plate. The rate of NO 2 absorption and the amount of nitric acid formed Is then calculated from the equation of equilibrium and the experimental value of the plate efficiency. The present study deals with the determination of the plate efficiency which is a function Card 1/4 of several variables: 7' Co'neerning the Efficlency of Mtrogen Oxide T631. Absorption in Bubble Plate Columns 3OV/80-33-2-6/52 C= I (CHN1.1 P, 1. W, h). (1) where cHN03 is the acid coi-centration.(in % based on weight); t is the temperature of tho acid (in 0 C); P is the pressure (in atm); h is the distance between the plates (in in); w is the gas velocity (in m/sec)-. The study was made in a column consIsting of cylin- drical sections of various lengths from which columns with various distances between the plates were as- sembled. Plots of the plate effiCiE!ncies C against the acid concentration at varicous pressures and plates distances, in conjunction with data on C values at various gas velocities and acid concentrations (supplied by the Lisichansk Branch of' the State Institute of Nitrogen Industry and the Central Laboratory of LKhK) allowed for establishing the empirical equations (5) and (10): K~_0.0071 + 2 .10-4. P-0.01.1 - w. (5) Card 2/4 T(631 .oncerning the Efficiency of' Nitt-ogen OxIde -ibsorption In Bubble Plate Columns S 011/80 - 32 - 6115 0 where K is the coefficient expressing the change of C for 1% change of acid concentration: 0 -0.3 +'W' CHNO, 4 O.Wil PI-85 + +0.067 h-0-002 1 -0.43 w, (W) where 0.3 is a constant' -f*or a given plate construction and Initial gas composition. Prelimlnar~r calculations of the values of C by means of the above equations showed that they can be used successfully in designing absorption columns for the production of weak nitric acid. The fol- lowing workers of the TsZl I,KhK (Abstracter's note: Presumably stands for the CEntral Factory Laboratory of the Lisichansk Chemical Combinate) tools part in the study: M. T. Ivaldinenko, A. N. Berezhriaya, N. A. Rassyplcina, Z. A. Makarova, A. N. Lyashenko, N. S. Bezperstova, N. N. Nikol- ayeva, and K. A. Dubenko. There are 6 figui-es; 3 tables; and 10 references, I U.S., 22, U.K., I Polish, 6 Soviet. The U.S. and U.K. references are: K. G. Denbigh, A. J. Prince, J. Chem. Soc., 6, 790 (lq47); P. G. Caundl, K. G. Denbigh, Trans. Faraday Soc., 119, 1, 39 (1953); T. S. :;o-d 3/4 Chambers, T. K. Sherwood, Ind. Eng. Chem., 21(,1, 1-9, 1515 I I 'oncerning the Efficiency of Nitrogen Oxide 7'(63 1. Q)sorption In Btibble Plate Columns SOV/80-33-2-6/52 (1937). 1UBMITTED: June 23, 1959 zi vd 4/4 SD'KO,, Mikhail Fedorovich; ATROSHCHENKO, Vasiliy lv~ii.ov-,Ich; IIESTERMIKO, Yu.Yu. --i- ., . ed. - [For the development of' cooperation between tho workers of science and production] Za razvitie sodruzhastva ra- botnikov nauki i proizvodstva. KharIkov, Izd-vo Kharlkovskogo gos. univ., 1961. 106 P. (I"'FIA 16:1) A ATROSCHENKO, V.I.p doktor tekhn,nauk; ASNINt Ta.Lj kand.tekhn.nauk; "I-NiCTS ArA79-,60AS Investigating the possibility of the :repeated use of a part of wash waters in desalting units* Khim.prom, no.1:66-68 Ja 161. (Saline vatera-Demineral.1sation) (MIRA 14:1) ~IAZI~OSHCJTNKOp V.I.; BIBR9 Be Kinetics of the converigion of carbon monoacide b7 water vapor. blw. khimo shure 27 no*1963-72 161, (MIRA 1412) 0~ 1, Kharlkov~kiy politekhnioheskiy institut im. V.L.lenina. ~Jcarbon monoxide) (Yater vapor) ATROSHCMVKO, Vasiliy yanoy oh; KARGIN, Stepan Ivanovi~h; CHULKOVA, I __ ZAZULISKAYA, V.F... telchn. red. (Technology of nitric acid] TekbzologLib, azotnol kisloty. Mo- skva., Gos. naualmo-tekhn, izd-vo khim. I&+,-ry, 1962 523 P; (M;RA 15:3 (Nittic acid) ATRQS11C=1KO..,VaBiliy Ivanovich; ALEKSEYEV, ).,,^kadiy Mefodiyevich; "ASORIN, Anatoliy Petrovich; KIRILLU-1, Ivan Petrovich; YONVISAR, Viktor Ivanovich; YASTRBBE31FTSKIY, ArAsim Rudollfovich; VVEDENSKIY~ P.I., prof,~ retsenzent; VARLAMOV, M.L., prof., retsenzent; BAZILYANSKANA, I.L., red.; TROFIKENKO, A,S6# tekhn, red, [Technology of combined nitrogen) Telihnologiia sviazannogo ILzota [I)yj V.I.Atroshchenko i dr. Kharikov, 12d-vo Kharl- kovskogo univ. 1962. 322 p. (MIRA 17:1) ACCESSION NR: AR4015647 S/OC)81/63/000/022/0440/0440 SOURCE: RZh. Khimiya, Ab .a. 22N87 AUTHOR: Atroshchenko, V. L; Shchedrinskaya, Z. M11, TITLE: Catalysts for the heterogeneous oxidation of natural gas to formaldehydai and methanol. CITED SOURCE: Tr. Khar1kovsk. politelchn. in -ta, v. 39, 1962, 19-24 1 TOPIC TAGS:. catalysis, oxidation, oxidation catalirst, natural gas, natufal gas oxidation, heterogeneous oxidation, formaldehyde, -methanol, inetal oxide catalyst TRANSLATION: As catalysts for the partial oxidation of natural gas (93% CH4, 2% 02), the authors investigated the metal oxides InO, CuO, A1203, Fe202' Mn02' M003, Cr203, V205, BaO, A920, Th02, U205 and AlP04, glass wool, asbestos and pumice (also uned as carriers), as well as Cu-Ni and Cu tubing. Thecatalysts were prepared ftom the carbonate or ammbnium salts by precipitation, filtration, and baking at 600-700C, followed by briquetting, and by the application of ni- trate solutionii to heated 110C, and baking for 3 bra at 750C. The carrier, T& by weight "-1003, was prepared as fvllows: the carrier was treated Card 1/2 ACCESSION NR: AR4015647 with a solution of (NH4)2MOO4, boiled for 45 min., and 12 hrs later the samples. were dried for 2 hro at 110C and baked for 3 hrs at 750C (for glass wool, at 450C). The authors then studied single, double, and.triple catalysts and the effect of the carrier. Determinations of catalytic activity were made at vari- ous temperatures (375-500C), volume speeds (15,000-50,000 hr-1), and amounts of catalyst (0.5-507. metal). For each catalyst there Is an optimal volume speed,- and temperature at which a high yield of CH20 and CE30H is obtained. The opt mal content of metal applied on pumice is 2-10%. lm. the presence of metals on carriers,, the mrerall yield of useful products (fron-the participation of CH4 in the reaction increases considerably and a selective catalytic action is observed.- The most active catalysts are M003, ThO2, Cr203, A&20, and a mixture of Ag2O. Cr203 on pumice and without it. Triple catalysts axe less active than double or single. A high yield of CH30H, up to 32.6%, is obtained on CrZ03 and Cu2O; up to! 25% on MoO3 and Ag2O, The beat carrier is pumice. An outline and description of the process of contact oxidation of natural gas are pre'se.-"ted.*. L.R. DATE ACQ: 07Jan64 SUB CODE: CH ENCL: 00 Card 2/2 AnDSHCBELNjOj V.I.; ZHIDKOV, B.A.; ZASORIN, A.P. small-scale experimental process of carbon monoxide conversion by.water vapor, Kin,i kat. 3 no,j'0605-609 J1-Ag 162. (MIRA 1518) 1. KharIkovskiy politekhnichaskiy institut imeni V.I.Lenina. (Carbon monoxide) (Water vapor) (Chemical models) .ATAOSHCHENKOP V.1,, YEFIMOV, V.'-,, V.T.J, 1-11-TVINENKO, I.I. [Lytv)manko, I.I.1; ALEKSMEV, V.N.'(Alek"l-'ev, V.N.-I, GALINSKIY, A.G. fRalynslkyi. A.11.1 Invest-igating the pro-evs of the prcduction of concentrated n'Ltric acid in an auro~-jtm-, Willi Y-ilux pa,~~-,.ng ring-~;, lChim. prom. [Ukr.) no.305-39 '63. (MIRA 17: 8) Fharlkovsk-',y pol-Uekhn--chP-~P..-'-y jnFtitut (Ior: AtToshchenko, Yefl-mov, Lltvlnenko). 2. li.---l~hanak.-.y khbn-i.chesk-Ly kombinat (.Uoz~ Alekseyev, Galinsk.y). ATIROSHCHENKO, V.I.,- KIJSHNARENKO, I.P. Kinetics of the contact oxidation oi' methyl al-,ohol to formaldehyde on a.silver catalyst. Izv.vys.ucheb.zav.;khim.i kbim.tekh. 6 no.5s~74-780 163. (MIRA 16s12) 1. Khartkovskly politekhniclieskiy inatitut Imeni V.I.Loninap kafedra tekhnologii noorganicheskikit veshchestv. ATROSHCHENKOP V.I.; IVANOVA, L.N.; GEMT, D.V. ,- - ~ . ~ - e- - r ~ Kinetics of ti-je conversion of carbon mo:-ioxide with water vapors on a zinc-chromllum catalyst. Izv.vys.u~.,heb.zav.;khlm. i khim. takh. 7 no. 1:70-76 164. (MnU 17:5) :1. Klmr1kovskly politekhnichoskiy i.nsti,,.ut Im. M.Lenina i Usichanakiy filial Gosudarstvennogo naitchno-issledavatellskogo i proyektnyy institut azotnoy promyshlemosti i produktov organichoskogo sinteza. ATRCXSHCIIENKO, V.I., doktor tokhn.nauk; ZELl,MAN, N.A., kand.ekonom.nauk Contribution of Kharlko3r chemists to -;he chemization of the country. Zhur. VKHO 9 no. 3042-345 164. (WRA 17:9) V,..I-., doktor tel:hn. nauk; GONCH440YO, G.Y. TI.Y. Y Kinetics of the absorption of nitroger: dioyldo by solld cnIcivin oxido. Khim. prom.[91,.r.] no.1:27-29 Ja-IOx 165. (MIRA 18:4) USHNARENKOp I.P.; ATRWHOHENKOP V.11 Contact cvxIdatJon kinetics of methano'- to fomaldehyde on a silver catalyst under pressure. Izv. vys. ucbeb. zav.~ khim, i khim. tekh. 8 no.1347-54 165. (MIRA 18t6) 1. KhartkoviAi-y polltekhnicheskiy institut imen-I Lem-na, kafedra tekhnologil. neorganicheskikh veshchastv. ATROSHOHNKO, V.;-.- !VAYPNFNKO, Nf,". V.-. f5wn pititeF, AlIN01-r)t'.or, of' nitrogen rzide..q. 4Z no.9::o"78--t-90 S l6r. (MMA 18:9) j 'riesky inen! Lor--nll pohLteklnl ATROSHCRENKO, V.I.; ZLSORIN, A.P..; MINIOVICH, M.A. Prospects hr the use of oxygen in the production of nitrous acid. Khim, prom. 41 no.10043-745 0 165. (MIRA 18tll) (b) _RAPCj___jD ACC NRs AP5619456.1 SOURCE,COMi UR/0286/6 5/000/020/0D19/0019, AUTHORS t _A4110-vich. M. ~Shnmrson, A L FUIEpova,, Zh. NO Atr!~~~., I Zasbrin A P Ivanovsk~z, Fo~ P# ORG: none TITLE: Method for obtainirig, 2- old ftsu~l t No, 1115. announced 492 the Nitro Oronnic SynA'eeiv (Gosudarstvennyy nauchno-issledovatellakly, i proyektt" institut azotndy pronybblennoiti i produktov organicheskogo sintoza)7 SOURCE: Byulleten' izobrett)nly i tovarrWWznakort, no. 200 1965, 19 TOPIC TAGSs liitric acid#' n~.trogen:~O~d-e. nitrogei~ compound ABSTRACTt Thi1.3 Author~Certlflcate presents,a method-for obtaining nitric acid at a pressure of /+-~-9 atm by absorbing'gaseous zdtrogezi~ oxides in water in anabsorption, tray-type colvion . To obtain'68-40% nitric acid., liquid oxides of nitrogen are introduced into the colwm at a point below the famation of 50--63% nitric acid. The reaction nay also be carried.out by introducinis, air into the column et a point below which the liquid oxidets of nitrogen are introduced, SUB GOER t n/ SUBM DATE s IgDot6.y Card UW; 661*W A'.1"ROSHCHRIKO, V.I.; SHCHF.-DRINSK&YA, Z.M.; GAWLYA, N.A.; Frj.!I~va1H- ucir.11.,"U"ye, AYRAPEWAN,, M.T.; AbDULAYEVA, G.A.; WHOMINA, RUDI, t.A. I Gatul,vsts for oxidation procenses of natural gas to form formaldehyde and methanol. Zhur.prik:L.kh1m. 38 no.3.,643- IS49 Mr 165- (MIRA 18-11) 1. Submitted Febr. 27,, 1963. -66 EWT(m)/EWP(t)jET.1 IJP(r) WW/JW L 22895 -/JD AM -N--Rt-A--P-6oo6464 souRcE CODE, *m/bo64/65 743/074r AUMORi Atroshchenko, V. L; Zasorin,, A. P,; Minioviah, M. A.. 3 ORG: none TITLE: Prospects for using oxyge In the production of nitric acid SOURCE: Khimicheskaya promyshlennost', no. 10, 1965, 7'43-745 TOPIC TAGS: nitric acid, nitric oxide, nitrogen compound,.oxygen, air ABSTRACT: The article discusses the advantages of using oxygen in the production of nitric acid and discuoseii several flow schemes using pure oxygen instead of air. It is the expressed opinion of the authors that completely replacir4; air with oxygen ~Ln the production of nitric acid is full of promise. They point out that as a consequence of the fact that the cost of electrical energy is continually dropping and that the technology of separating air into its components is continu. ually improving ensures the continued drop in the cost of oxygen. It is noted that-the cost of stainless stc:%l materials used in nitric acid production and the extent of capital I:nvestments requi-red for ATROSHCHF,TIKO, V.T. Our suggestions. Avtom., telem. i sviez' 7 no.12:40 D 163. (MIRA 17:4) 1. Starshiy ol'ektromekhanik Kanashskoy distantsii Gorlkovskoy dorogi. ATROSHCHMO, Ta,$, (Vinali;sa) Therapy of whooping cough In children with phytoncides of garlic, Sov. mod. 18 no.801-34 Ag 154. (MLRA 7:8) (WHOOPING COUGH, in infant ana chi'ld) ther., garlic phytonicides) (GARLICt ther. use whooping cough In child*) ATROSHCHENKO, Ye.S.; PASIIKOV, P.O.; RYADINSKAYA, I.M. Hardening of metals under the effect oj' explosiVEI loading conditions. Fiz. met. i metalloved. 19 no-4;619-623 Ap 165. (MIRA 18:5) 1. Volgogradskiy politekhnicheskiy institut. 137-1958-3-5045 Translations from: Referativnyy zhurnall Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr 3, p 84 (USSR) AUTHOR: Atroshenko, A. P. TITLE: The Role of Leningrad in the Development of the Press-forging Industry (Roll Leningrada v razvitii kuznechno-shtampovochnogo proizvodstva) PERIODICAL: - V sb. : Kuznechno-shtampovochn. proiz-vo. Leningrad, Lenizdat, 1957, pp 7-24 ABSTRACT: A description of equipment and forgings manufactured in the blacksmith shops in the pre- revolutionary period. The author points our the role of the scientists, D. K. Chernov, I. A. Time, P. A. Afanas' yev, N. S. Vereshchagin., and S. V. Poretskiy, in the development of the theory and application L 1" the forging industry. Among the efforts of Leningrad's blacksmith- innovators the fol- lowing topics are presented: the effectiveness of the method of combined forging and hot stamping on presses equipped with crankshafts; forging in insert dies; a method. of manufacturing forgings with negative allowances, a system which raised the output of sound metal to 89-91 percent; the manufacture of forgings from hollow ingots, as well as a score of other measures Card 1/1 employed by Leningrad' s blacksmiths. P. S. GIN2BURG, Zalman Noiaeyevich,- STELIMAKOT, Sergey Mikhaylovich; BANGE, B.O., inzh., retsenzent; PAVLOVICH, P.M., inzh., retsenzent; XAMWIT, P.V., dotsent. kand.tekhn.nauk, obahchiy red.; ATRO- dotsent* kand.tekhn..nauk$ red,; BORODULIAI'9~1'..X*-, red.izd-va; SPIM&hXAYA. O.V., (Modernizing the press-forging equipment and dies used in forge shopo] Modernizataiis kuzn9ohno-pressovogo oboruaovaniia i shtaripovoe khozisistvo k-a2nachnykh teekhov. Pod obshchei red, P.V.Kameneva. Moskva, Gos.nauchno-takhn,izd-vo mashinostroit. lit-ry, 1958. 66 p. (Bibliotechka kuznetca-novatora, no.8) (MIRA 12:12) (Forge shops--Equipment and ffapplies) PHASE I BOOK EXJ?LOITATION SOV/3656 Atroshenko Aleksey.Petrovich, Gavrii'A. Tarasovich Vasillyev, and Izgotovleniye pokovok pod shtamoovochnymi.-molotami i na gorizontall- nokovochnykh m"hinakh (Forging With Hammers and Horizontal~ Forging Machines) Moscow, Mashgiz, 1958. 91 p. '(Series: Bibliotechka kuznetsa-novatora, vyp, 6) Errata slip inserted. 0,500 copies printed. General Ed.: P.V. Kamnev, Candidate 9f Technical Sciences, Docent; Ed.: I.M. Din, Engineer; Ed. of Publishing House: I.A. -Borodulina; Tech.-Ed.: ON. Speransi~aya; Managing Ed. for Li teraf-ure on Machine Building TechnoloE7y (I..eningrad Division, Masbgiz)-.: Ye.P. Naamov, Engineer. PURPOSE: This-booklet is intended for forgAng machine operators, technicians, and engineering personnel. It may alio be used by students at technical schools. COVERAGE: The booklet describes basic.forging operations on drop ham- mers and horizontal forging machines,.and discusses the principles involved. Emphasis is placed on d4scribin~ mechanization and Card 1/3 Forging With Hammers (cont.) SOV/3656 automation of various forging and aux,!'liary operations. Examples of applied"'mechanization and automation in forging shops are. described'And illustrated. No personalities are mentioned. There are 6 Soviet references. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introduction 3 .1. 'Drop Forging (G.T. Vas'illyev) 4 Id Equipment for drop forging 4 2. Basic methods'of drop forging 8 3. Operational aspects of drop forging 12 4. Fundamentals of forging-die construction 18 5. Ways and means of rationalizing forging processes .20 II. Forging on Horizontal Forging Machines (M.C. Eduardov) 25 6. Advantages of forging on horizontal forging machines 25 7. Construotion of horizontal forging machines 27 8. Basic rules and technique of upsetting operations 30 9. Seledtion of blanks*."-Determination of number of passes and of the necessary machine power capacity 38 Card 2/1~ F9M I BOOK MUTrATION WV/3655 Atroshenko Aleksey Petrovich,, Georgiy Tikhonov*'Lch Obolduyev,, and Semen Mikhaylovich Khesin Izgotov1en4-y%t pokovok pod krivoshiynymi I vintovymi pressami (Forging on Crank and Percussion Presses) 140300vt Nuhgiz,, 1958. t26 p. (Series: Bibliotechka kaznetse-novatora., no. 5) 6,000 copies printed. General Ed.: P.V. Ksmnev., Candidate of Technical.8ciencess, Docentj Reviever: Sh.K. Gilldenblat., Engineer; Ed.: B.0, Bange$ Engineer; Ed. of Pab3ishing House: M. VarkovetskVa.- Tech, Ed.: O.V. S'.9eranskaya; Nanaging Ed. for Literature on Xachine-Building Technology (Lenftngrad Division.. Xasbgiz)., Ye.P. Nainxtvj, Engineer. PEMPOSE: This book Is intended for operators used as a textbook by technical personnel higher technical schools. of forging pressesp and may also be of farging shops attending seconAary and Card 1/4 Forgimg on Oreank and Nrc=sion Presses SOV/3655 COVZRAGMt This isew contains basic information on nodern methods of forging on crank and per=ssion yvesses,, accompaniedby d1scussion on the con- struction of dies in tbe manufacture of lam! and small lots. No personalities are mentioned, There are 13 raferences, all Soviet. TAWZ OF CONTMVS% Preface 3 1. Smith-and Die Forging on Crank-and Crank-Toggle Presses in Small Lot Production 1. Forging metbod developed by innovator A.V. Potekhin and the range of its application 5 2. atmqx%rative technical and economic data 8 3. Crank-toggle presses 11 4. Characteristic features of operation of a crank press in smdth and die forging 17 5. Smith and the forging on crank presses 18 6, Example of smith and die forging processes 25 0 ard 2/4 Forging on Crank and Percussion Presses SOV/3655 Ch. 11. Die Forging on Crank Presses in lot &n& Mass Production 51 (S.K. Khesin) 7. Purpose and field of application 51, 8. Construction of presses and their characteristics 51 9. Buie advantages and disadvwtages in foxgbig on crank presses 60 10. Characteristic features of forging an crank presses and determination of the required pressure 61 3-1. Examples of the forging process 64 12. Characteristic features of construction ol! dies for crank press 72 13, Technical specification for mamffacture of dies for die-forging crank presses 81 Ch. III. Die Forging on Percussion Presses (S.M. Khesin) 86 14. Purpose and field of application 86 15. Fl&shlesa forging of ferrous metals 87 16. Flashleas forging of nonferrous metals 90 Card 3/4 rorging on Crank and Percussion Presses MY/3655 Ch. IV. Sizing of Forgings (0.T. Oboldayev) 95 17. The natd" of the process., and the equillwnt used 95 18. Technique of sizing 97 Ch. V. Mechanization and Automation of Forging Oparations on Crank Presses (A.P. Atroshenho) 104 3.9. The importance of a vell-organized workplace 104 20. Yechanisms and devices for mechanization and witmation of forging operations 105 21* Automation of removal of forgings 111 22. Examples for organization of vorkplace an4 for meehwdzation and automation of forging operations on crank presses 115 Literati=e 128 AVAILAZZO. Library of Congress Card 4/4 VK/MS 6-29-6o YIKIMOT. Konstantin Konstantinovich; FAVLOVICH, P.M., inzh., retBanzentif ATA 0. I.P.. doteent, kand.tekhn.nauk. red.; CHFAS, M.A., red.izd-va; SPARANUATA, O.V., tekhn.rod. [KoohanizatioA and automatization of fc)rging processes] Kokhani- zataiia I avtonatisataiis kazAechno-shtampovochnogo proisvodetva. Moskva. Goo.nauchno-takhn.isd-vo mashinostroit.lit-ry, 1960. 161 p. Ororging machinery) (Automatic control) (HIM UsO S/182/61/000/006/002/007 D038/Dll2 AUTHOR: Atroshenko. A.P. TITLE: Sta#ing round pieces with low loss in dies with a wedged burr space PERIODICAL: Kitznechno-shtampovochnoye proizvodstvo, no. 6t 1!)61, 4-7 TEXT: A new design of wedged burr space was de-velop' ed by the Minskiy trak- tornyy zavod (11insk Tractor Plant). The develo-oment"was prompted by a num- ber of shortcomings in closed-die forging .(forg:Lngs ruined by insufficient quantity of metal; too high burrs which required additional dies; uneven forging height) and the design of open dies with a parallel burr surface (adopted from 113 practice 20 years ago) which cuused too'high losses of me- tal. The design (a) (Pig. 3) is used for round forgings, and design (b) for almost round ones. Metal losses in the new wedge spaco dies fell from 20-30% to 5-100, stamping output rose 30-50%, ay;,d die durability increased 1. 5-2 times. The volume of metal entering the wedged space - Vo; VT + Vx3'V t Va, where Vr is the minimum volume of metal needed to form a we ged. burr filling the die impression cavity, which depends on the shape of forging; Card 1/4 S/18 61/000/006/002/007 Stamping round. pieces ... D038YD112 VU3M (wear)- the volume of metal which compensates the wear of the die im- pression cavity with a resulting 1-2% increase of forging volume, and Vj the total volume of metal determined by negative de-7iations of the diameters and length of a calculated blank. The volume of wetIged space 3) ,~. (Fig Vr + V6, 01 - dL hm + hK The following Tormula, kRef. 6:.severdenko, V.P,., Prosvirov, N.T., Kovylyay- ev, X.P., Maloobl6ynaya shtamtovka i elementy rescheta maloobloynykh shtam- pov dlya pokbvok tel vrashcheniya [Low Burr Stamping 'and Calculation Ele- ments for'Low Burr Dies for Solids of Revolutior.], Sb. trudov PTI, AN BSSRI no. V, 1959), obtained from the preceding equation, determines the outer diameter of the wedged space cavityi t __S_V0__.) Ir (h li 4. bK) where D is the diameter of the wedged s ace; dn- the diameter of the forg- ing along the section of wedged space;iAm- the f'ront end height of the wedge bridge of the space; hr - the far end height of the wedge bridge of the space. The initial height of the space bridge iii defined. by M.V. Afanasl- yev's formula (Ref. 7; 0 roli i tolshchine zausentsa yachey shtampov- gira. gor ke (On the Role and Thickness of Burr in Hot Stampin , I'Vestnik metallo- Card 2/4 S/182J61/000/006/002/007 9tamping round pieces ... DOWD112 promyshlennostill, no K-rrL where K is the factor . 16P 1936 t A pn y considered as being equal to 0.07-0-1i Fn - the projection of the forging onto the plane along the burr sectiont and P. - t6 top-view perimeter of forging along the line of cutting of the burr. For round forgings (top view), h~z - O.m -, -0.025)ctn. The and height of the wedge bridge of the space: h( - (0-3 -. 0-5) hn . The bridge width is calculated as being a half-difference of the dia- meters of the space C) and of the forging(Int b- -1) -dn . The width of the space with an irregular flow burr is taken as: bj- 210 a 35 mm. An industri- al standard for calculation of dimensions of thezve spa;es in drop forging dies Was Aeveloped by Minsk Tractor Plant, where 30 different forgings are in production. 'Development of the wedged burr slace by N.T. Prosvirov, IA. Ye. Gavrilov, N.P. Kovylyayev and V.S. Degtyarev (Minsk Tractor Plant) was registered at the Committee of Inrentions, USSR Council of Ministers under no. 598917/25 of 30 April 1958. There are 4 figures, 2 tables, and 7 Soviet references. Card 3/4 Stamping round pieces ... S/182/61/000/006/002/007 D038/DI12 x PHc. 3. Tmnu o6aoflmoft xa- M3))XN C KH""08MM MOCTW- ROM. Fig. 3. Designs of burr space with wedge b ridge Card 4/4 ATROSHENKO, A.P. New-design of combined~trimmers with buffer springs. Ruz.shtam. proizv. 3 no.9:43-45 S 161. (MIRA 14-9) (Forging machirery) .t f :,,_ v - GOLOVNEVA, Mariya Al:ekseyevna; ATROLHENEQO-A1tka-MZ~jmxLWU_ KORNEYEVP D.M., kand. t-51EG.nauk, retsenzert; UKOSHITS, G.S., inzh.,.:retaenzent; GOLOVNEV, I.F., kand. tekhn.nauk, red.; DENINA, I.A., red.izd-va; SHCHETININA, L.V., tekhn. red. - - I (Equipment and technology of drop forging]CbDrudoyanie i tekhnologiia goriachei shta:npovki. Moskva, Maahgiz, 1962. 368 p. (MIRA 16:3) (Forging) GINZBURG, K.S.; ATROSHENKO, A.P. Constructive solutions of' mechanization hn automation of forging processes. Trudy LPI no.222s201-218 .163. (MIRA 16:7) (Forging machinery) ~(AAtomation) AT;,'.OSHINKC), A.P.; U'IVZBUAG, Z.M.; YEKII4OV, K.K.; PAVLOVICH, P.M., -- ~.' t 2-nz .. re senzent; KA124EV, F.V.2 kand. teklin.ntuk) red. (Mechanization and automation of forgirg and stamping operations] Meklianizatsiia i avtomatizatsiia kuznechno- shtampovocluiogo r-roizvodstva. Izd.2., Ferer. i dop. lllo- SI'VII, Plashinostroonie, 19&4. 149 p. (Eii-liotechka kuz,-netsa-novatora, no.8) (1-11-DA 17:01) ATROSHENKOI A.P.; STELIMAROV, S.M., inzb., retsenzent [Mechanization and automation of drop forging] Mekhani- zatsiia i avtoratizatsiia goriachei shtampovki. Moskva, Mashinostroenie ,, 1965. 227 p, (MIRA 18;4) GOFFENSHEFER, V.S.; ATHOSHENKO, A.P. kand. tekhn. nauk., retsenzent; . I- P [combination drop-hammer dies] Gruppovye molotovye shtwipy. Moskva, Mashinostroenie, 1965. 83 P. (MIRk 16t2) -T 7- M, INA: C 01DI R 6 o 3 3 114 S 0 11 C 1 1/0 137 /G'; /000 001:040 /1041 . ............... TITLE : Some peculiarities of hardening Armco iron in explosive lorming 0 - - t~ 4, SOURCE: Rtcf. zh. Metallurcriya, Abs. 71262 0 PAEF SOURCE: Sb. Materialy Nlauchn. konferentsii. Sovarnkhoz ckon r-na. Vol-ogradslk. politckhn. in-;. T. 1. Volgograd, 1965, 272-274 TOPIC TAGS: explosive forming, hardening, plastic defor-mation, grain size, 0 -1-11:1crolardness, recrystallization, martensite/Armco i::on ABSTRACT: An investirfation has been -made of change,- in the hardening of Armco iron under conditions of explosive forming with a considerable deg"ree of remanent i plastic strain. The stress diagrain made it, possible to obtain on one specimen values of plastic deformation near the collision surface under conditions of hindered,- heat cxchanrrebetween the deformed area and the surrounding medium (process L close to ad-abatic). The degree of deformation was estimated by the ratio of grain size a/b 'toward the directions of the main axes of deformation. ' The mean values Card 1/ 2 UDC: 539. 4. 019. 1:669. 1 09392 -67 ACC NR-. AR6033114 of microhardening were measured at these points. in explosive forming, the clegree of increased plastic deformation does not resul'; in increased hardehing as in the static deformation, but in a decrease in hardnes3 as a result of tempering because of the hindc;:-ed heat exchange. At a/b = 3. 2, ffie beginning of recrystalliza'- Tion is rnarked by the appearance of new equiaxial small grains in the structure. In points where local plastic deformation is particularly high, the appearance of martensite is observed. L. Gordiyenko. [Translation of abstract] SUB CODE: 11 CQ,d 2 2 -- -.- - . ~ ~;j " - - 7,,-. 1 ", I 1 1. 1 . - . _ . -- . ' '. '. wm. % NO ~- - jDA, , , 1. - L 4 T7-456 13 ACC NRI. ~-ARO!W31 t4 ...:~-.,..-chtir~cte~.6f'jgtibngthenink--bAd'6fith6 effect of allignment oj:dords on theiihWe I o thenIng along1her-circurn' ter enc e of the 1. gs. Cast, fects inAh 't ck a ing de e ra can lead' tjb-~b'e failure of a lug. .1rig. art. has: Ireference iterns. [Translation of abstract]. FFMI ' ' -I--' F. -sVB- C'O D'E; p M, L. 2/2 ATROSHENKO, M. (Batumij, GruzS,')'R) The fire department bocame an excellent unit. Pozh.delo 9 no.12: 26. D '63. (MIRA 17:1) Country : USSR m CateSory: Cultivated Plants. Grains. ,,ba Jour: RZhBlol., No 22, 1958, No 100241 ;,uthor : iAro shanka. 14. D i Inst : M~Fkov Institute Title i Spike Formation in Ramoho Whoat In Rolation to tho Growing Conditions. Orig _Pubj Zap. Kharlkovsk. s.-kh. in-tit, 1958, 15 (52), 39-44. No abstract. Card 1/1 ~M~m KOVAIMfj N.D., prof.; ALRP-jjMJjQ --dots.; 11SKONNOR, AS., dote.; .,,JI.D~, LITVINENKO, A.N., dote.; OZEROV, V.N., red.1 CHEV4ENbTIY, A.D.j red.; GONCHAROVA, T.I., tekhn. zed.1 DEMA, V.M.Itekhn.., , rod. [:F)~ndamentals of farmbig and plant growing) Osnovy zemledeliia i rastenievodstva. [Byj N.D.Kovalev i dr. Moskva Sellkhoziz- dat, 1963. 566 p. NIRA 17:3) Olr oz4e,, A- .0 AUMN: Atroshenko, M.P., Komyreva, U.S. 32-il-M/60 TITIAt The Quantitative Determination of Silicon and Phosphorus as Admix- tures in Titanium Dioxide by Spectral Analysis (Kolichstvannoys opredelentya primead, kramiya, i foafora v dvuokisi titans. metodom spektrall nogo analiza) PERIODICAL: Zavodakaya Laboraterya, 1957, Vol. 23, Nr 11, pp. 1317-132o (USSR) ABSTRACTs; The above mentioned determination was carried out with a quarts spectrograph of the v" "icn-22". a "standard generatoe with &I- ternating current aro " 11 C -39" 9 and a microphotomater "M t -2". The standard gauged sanples were prepared from dry powder. Am an initial mixture the basic substance with a 1% addition of one of the admix- tures was assumed. Pitch of the next standard samples consisted of the previous mixture plus the threefold quantity of titanium dioxide - In three stages. The spisatrally pure atirbon of the Kuaissovsk works an used as an electrode. Spraying of the samples during the wMariment wsj prevented by suitable admixtureii. In the chapter: The aoternina- tion of phosphorus t1da process is flesoribeas It is pointed out In this connection that, in order to obtain the necessary intensity of the analytioal line, it ms naoenxso-y to h&ve theamperag* in the 2D A. Determination was carried out according to the absolute blackening Card 1/2 of the analytical line. In the obaptaim The deterw4zation of silicon 32-11-20/60 The QuantitattTe Determination of Silioon and Phosphorus an Admixtures in Titanium Diox:14o by Spectml Analymin this process is described, and it is said that because of the spattering of the suiple the followiag 3 stabilizers were testeds ,W% outon powder, Z~% sodium chlortle, 25% each of nickeloas oxide iuA aLrbon powder (Ws Vs volume being msant LU eLah osse). The -thisd case we found 'to be the most ravomble. An am* types of car- bon oontain silicon they must first I)* investigated speotivanalyti- i3ally. The method desorlbed was foml to be well praotioeble with a. jeilloon oontent of 1-0.1%. The possible errors are up to + 8%. Then are 4 figures auid 2 toblea. ATAMOLS; Library of Oongrese card 2/2 ACC NR, AP6031790 SOURCE CODE! UR/0064/66/000/007/0038/0040 AUTHOR; AtRo:iI cherko, V. 1. Yefimov, V. T. ; Litvinenko, I. I. ; Alekseyev, V. 11. Xutovoy, V. V. ; Abz;_RM~ova, M. ; Gain.-;kiy, A. G. ; Go:Lius, L. M. none Film-type autoclave for the production of concentrated nitric acid Khimicheskaya promyshlennostl,~no. 7, 1966, 38-40 TOPIC TAGS: nitric acid, nitrogen compound, chemical engineering, chemical reactor, chemical plant equipment ABSTRACT: A film-type autoclave (liquid reagents flow over the'packing in form of a film) packed with aluminum coil coated with a fluorinated resin for production of con- centrated nitric acid is described and its advantages o-fer the conventional flooded- -type autoclave are pointed out. The schematic of the autoclave is shown in figure 1. 98.4% nitric acid wms obtained in this film-type autoclive at 25 atm, N204;H20 ratio of' 8.5-8.9, and a contact time of 17 min. At 40 atm and N204:H20 = 8.1-8.7 and 17 min contact time, the acid concentration was --qual to 98.7-19.29t. The oxygen consumption was close to the stoichiometric amount. It was found tnat the film-type autoolave is twice as effective as the flooded-type atutoclave and that it compared very favorably from the standpoint of corrosion. Orig. art. has: 4 figures, 2 f-ormulas. Card UDC: 661.565 : 65.023.7 ,790 Fig. 1. 1--vessel; 2--ahell; 3--coated aluminum coil; 4-7grid; 5--concentrating tubes. CODE: 14107/ SUBM DATE: none Card 2/2 2131/19691 AU Li!st*6 OA# a Atras %ktjV-j6- TITIRt on the A00"*cy of VJI~Aobols*fs Methal PZUODIULS Ilvestlys AWGUU naukSSSR, Serlya geoftsichesim7s. 1980, Nr 3, pp 507-509 (USSR) ANTH&M V*V,'Soboloy's'method (list- 1) is used to obtain an approximate solution of tu*Otad!Ati!a-1mPftr equation in an anisotropic scattering atmosphere. The present note represents an atttnt to saft"to the errors invOlved in this method by comparing the data repo"od by Psygel I son -Vt &I - (R*f 2) vith'calculstiozo by the Soboley method (in Ref 3 the radiation transfer equation vas solved nwerically by a mucossai-is, &pproxteation nothod). Sobolev (R*f 3) showed tbat in a single-layer model of the sAmosphere the approximate formula$ involve an err~3r not exceedini, lox. He did not, however, indicate the,oipticsl thIcknessiss, the forms of the scattering Card 1/2 Amotiong *to. to which this figure applies. It is, therefore, V-1/ 3/049/60/000/03/018/019 S/1;59/62/000/003/045/098 D223/D301 AUTHOR: Atroshenko, V. S. zi TITLB: Some estimates of the accuracy of solution of the transfer equation by the method of V. V. Sobolev (Theses) - PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Geofizika, no. -,), 1962, 17, ab- stract 3B146 (V 13b. Aktinometriya i atmosfern. optika, L., Gidrometeoizdat, 1961, 270) TEXT: The accuracy of the solution of the transfer equation (for the case of a two-layer atmosphere) according to V. V. Sobolev's method is appraised by comparing the results of the numerical-so- lution of the transfer equation. It is shcwn that in calculating multiple scattering and the intensity of ascending radiation by V. V. Sobolev's method there is an error cf about 25 - 30% which may reach 100~ in the case of descending radiation. /-Abstracter's note: Complete translation. Card 1/1 GIAZMA., ~*�q YALKEVZH-s XS,i FBIGELOSON.. Xe.M.; Prinimli uohaotiyes K]14,. ~,,.'vtudontka; TOWHOVA, L,,, studentka; ROZUG=p G*Gop prof.,, doktor fiz.-mtem.neuko otv.redo; PENKIU,, N.Y.,, rod.izd-va; SUSHKOVAO JjA,., tekhnored. [Calculation of light :intensity in timi atnoopbere during anisotropic scatteringo Part 21 Ranchet isricosti aveta. v atmourere pri anizotropnon ramoslanii' Uast' 2. Mwkvao Isd-vo Akadnsuk SSSRp 1962. -222 p, (AZdomlia nauk SSSR. Institut fisikl atmonforys Trudjrp no&3). (KCROFILM) (ML 1518) 11 YAOskovskiy gooudarmtve=W univeroitet (fcir Kim, Tommhova). (Light-ScatterJmg) (Atmosphere) mayor meditBinakoy sluzhby Method of selecting oly3rators of radw, stations by sensory motor reactions. Voeri.-red. zhur. no...11.-6&-69 11 161. (14IM 15:6) (RADAR OPERATORS) % ATRwHavial, A.a., inshoner; TSIMISHCHRY. P.A., Whener. rodaktor; ZHIMIRM."F.'V, tokhalchooldcy redaktor (Advanced notheds of organizing. loconotiwe boiler working in the depot] Feredovye me'tody organtzatsil proorvochnogo remonts, parovo- zov r depo. Moskva. Goo. tranop. zhol. -dor. izd-vo, 1954. 82 p. (Looomotive boilers) (MLRA 8:5) GUTOROV MWZOY, M.PL; ATRVS1D~EYLC# VX.; KCNDRASROV, A.M.; NOROZOV, X#So; NIKITJUO, TATARMjKb. V.A.; USMOV, P.N.; ZHILYAM, A.T., otv,reil,; VOLKOVA, red.izd-va; wiNSKAYA, G.K., [Beigulations for the construction and cafe operation of steam bollers and, efir tanks I.-a Industrial locomotives] Pravila, ustioistva I bezopasnoi ekspluatateii jarovykh kotloy I Yoz- duiihnykh rezerruarov parovozov promyshl.ennykh prodpriiatil. Qb1azateliny.'d1la yeekh ministersty, veidometv I smarkhozove Xonkya, Ugletekhisdat, 1958. 25 P. (MIRA 12:7) li,Ruesla (1917- R.S.F.S.R.) lomitet'lio nadroru sa, boxopapuys vedeniyam rabot v promyshlennosti I goimoma us dsoru. -----SOURCE COJE; U-/0303/66/000/001/0001/0003 ACC NRi AP6006716 .AUTHOR: Blagonravova, A. A.; Tartakoyskaya, A. M.; P:-onina, I. A.; Slivochnikova, M. V. ; Atryasina~, .ORG: none IZ: Single component cold-s.etting polyurethane va:-nishes RCE: Lakokrasochnyye materialy i ikh primeneniye, no. 1, 1966, 1-,, IC TAGS: polyurethane, isocyanate resin, polyeste:o plastic, varnish, paint STRACT: Several polyester-type prepolymers were synthesized from 2,4-tolyulanedi- ocyanate and esterified glycerides of the castor oi 'L and from 2,4-toluylenediisocya- te and polyesters prepared by condeiisation of propy. Lene oxide with glycerine, tri- thylolpropane, and ethylenediamine and were cold-se't in humid air for 0-60 days. The operties of the starting materials iind products am tabulated and graphed. It was und that all the synthesized single component prepolymers undergo cold-setting in mid air. It was also found that the setting of tha;e prepolymers is catalyzed--by iethanolaniine. The hardened films i~xhibited excellent mechanical properties (hard- ss) and-&-e- r~mmended for use a., varnishes. Orig. art. has, 4 figures, 2 tables, fomulas. B CODE: 07,11/ SUBM DATE: nonc./ ORIG REF: 003/ OTH REF: 005 UDC; 667.633.263.3 M~~ ANDA, Gem; ATS , Illes; SEBO, Oaza Dimigning small transformers. ViUamossag U no.5-.131-135 Kr 163. l."Tranmill" Transzformator es Vi.Ilamoskeszulelcgyar. ATS 9 111.8 a Iz-" --- i- -- The now "Transavill" tranoformer. Villanonsag 13 no.107 Ja 165. ACCESSION Us A114034710 8/0303/64/000/002/000/10W AM!HORS# Blacm%vovaj Ae A* I Pcmdaut 1. A.; T&rta&XMMjMy&, A4 M. I#t" V*P* TITLE1 Polyis*eS%n&t** suilbsble for proteative coatings with vVerior phatoresist- Ance SOURCEs Lak6krasochay0ye wAterialy* I.' ikh prizenen4ep now 21 '1964# 3~ TOPIC TAGSs laoqqerv polyisocyanateg'allyluretheneg loocyanate polymerizationg isocy-anate tolomerizationp polyisocywmte nitrooellulime Uoquerp photoresistant 'polyisooymate laoquerg PAU polyisocrinste enamel ABSTRACT: The present study deals with the polymeris4ition of home-1-i6oq*Mtq- 6-allylurethene, (11ICLU) 0' 'CN"JN11C00CH,-Q4-Ci4, The polymerization was oonducted without solvents# in inert clolventep and in a carbon tstrachlorUe mediume Dswayl, peroxide (0.2-3-0A)t di-ter.butyl pe"xidet or d1nitril-2p2'-svzo,-bis-isob%tyr Lo acid (DABIBL) were used as initiators. The reaotion was allovired, to run tor 6 to 20 hours at 60 and 120C before the visoosity and isocywate numbers of the obtained po3T-HXC47J were determinede It was found that# in an Liert solvent nedivA (tolutme) and without solymto the trawformtion Cord 1/,5 ACCEWION NRt AF4034710 of the monomer didnoot exceed AP-549 irrespective of the amount of initiator present@ Extension of the polymerization time caused the formation of a precipi.- tate of high-moleoular oompoundat whWi was soluble agy ia the original monoser* When the pol4naerizWon of HICAU was conducted in osYi)on tetrachloride (in a I 11 ratio at 70-750 fDr periods to 21 hris in the presenoe of 1% DABIMA) there occurred a more rapid and amplete polymorizatlon of the monomor with the formation of low- molecular produotio* To these the authors ascribe the formil- Ji .CI -(CHJ6-M-C-O where n is 5 or 6.' The obtained poljmor had a molecular weight of 1050-1070 and contained 13-14% of chlorine* Samples of such poly-HICAU of - 150) molecular weight were assigned the trade name PAVp and their solutions in various solvents were subjected to extensive lacquer and enamel coating testep either by themselves or mixed with titealwa dioxide, with nitrocellulose and allqd and w-Ith phenolic resins*! Films of high straigth and good adhesion were obtained, Thor were superior in Cad 2/3 ACCESSION NRI AP4054710 light resistanos to anowl N-300* On-ise arc, haw 6tablesp 4 Obartsp and 4 formulae* AMIATIONs name is 00 DAIM ACqo 2MKV64 xms~ 00 SUB CODR 112 10 RO WV% W1 00k Cid 3/3 NAGY.. Istvim, dr.; ATS, Marlap dr.; KASZORU, Mtwia, dr.; LUST, Ivan, dr. On the clinical ol.gaifitance of the effcct of druga on the oenm pmperdin level. Orv. betil. 104 no.11%492-495 17 Hr 163. 1. Budapest XIII. Visegradi utcai Szakorvusi Rendelointezet. (PROPERDIN) (ZYHOSAN) -16rOMACH NEOPIASMS) (LUNG NEOPLASMS) ~ (UTERINE NEOPLASMS) ATSAGORTSTAII, Z.A. - --Nwmwww R191titr calculMlons of reinforced concrete constructions. Isv. AN Azu.SM.Ser.FM muk I ao.2-.153-165 14W. (Km 9:8) 1. lastitut *troym&tsri&lc)v J soorushaniy jUadeuii nauk ArvMskoy SSR. (Rejnfoj~ced concrete construction) ATUGORTSMAN, Z.A. Vtorminiji 'the optima oection of reinfiveed conerste slabs t&JdAg into consideration the effect of the chasige of theIr own v*Ight. Isv.AJ Arm.M.Ser.JM usuk I no.6:495-.,;oo 148. (KLU 9: 8) 1. Institut stroitelltykh v&t*A&lov i sooruthenty Akadexii nauk Aravookoy MM. (Concrete slabs) ATSACORTSYANj Z., A. 30260 Vybor optimallny~h marok byetonov dlya konstruclctsiy:L,: lyeC-kogo zhyelyezobyetona. Trady IV Vsyeso3mz. konf-teii po byetc-nu i zbyelyezobyeton. Kmstruktsiyam. Ch. 3, Mv-L.., 1949, s. 91-loo. SO.- MTOPTSI NO. 34 ATSkGORTSYAN, Z.A. mwmmvigw .Now nothod of on-the-job control of conarete quainy. Izv.AN Arm. SM.Ser.FMT nauk 1 no-2-.187-193 '52. (Km 9:8) 2. Institut etroymterialoy i mooruxhent;r Akedenti nauk ArsWanskoy SSR. (Concrete--Testing') ATSAMRrSYA4, Z. A. Elasticity and Plasticity, Mechanical kroperties and iesting of Materials (3891) Doklady Akaienii Nauk Arm SSR Vol. 16, No 5, 190, Pp 1h1-147 Atsagortsyan, T. -A. Correlation Connection of the 6trength of Porous dateria 11 Witi) the Degree and Character o.r its Porosity. Itr methods )f mathematical statitAics there are j,--ven the results of testa of 24 cube-shx.)ed blocks made from lithoid pumice w th a 10-cm.side. Article demonstrates that there is a linear correlation hotween the strength of lithoid pumice, porosity and vater abs~.)rption. So: Moscow, lieferativrWy, Zhurnal -- Mekhanika No 6, 1954 W-31059 ATSAGORTSY'AN. 2.A-. I . -- , -, Uniformity factors for building stones arid masonry. Ity.Alff Arm.SSR. Ser.tekh.nauk 10 no.4:61-68 157. (MIRA 10:10) 1. Inatitut stroymaterialov I sooruzheniy AN Arayanskoy SSR. (Builaing stones) (Masonry) SORAKYAN, L.Go; RZHA ITSIN, A.R., prof., doktor t6khn.nauk. retsenzent; AISAGORTSTAN, Z.A., kandotakhi2tusuko rello; GOROTM, Got, Dtatiatical theory of strength] X ata-Ustizhaskoi teorii prochnouti. Xrevan, Arimianakii In-t st:roimaterialov i sooruxhenii. 1958. 103 P. (MIRA 13:8) 1. Chlen-korrespondent Akedemii stroitellatva i arkhitaktury (for Rzhanitayn). (Strength of mterials) (Statistics) ATSAGORTSIAN, Zaven Aroonovich,-- RARTIROSTAN, Cnik Artomlyevich - I 1,.Tuffs and marbles of Armenia] Tufy i mramory Armenii. 14revan, Armianskoe gas.izd-vo. 1959. 141 'P. (KIBA 13:10) (Armenia-Voloanic ash, tuff. etc.) (Armnia--Marble) ATUODRTSUN, Z.A. S ftuly:, of tbs. eMat of :voms. admospheric influsnooo. on properties of volcanic tuffo. Tx%Aly Arm. irwt, stmimat. i soor. no.l: . 774W- f *,* (MIRA 14:12) (Volcanic ash, tuffs eta.-Testing) ATSWORTSYAN, Z-A.,kand.tekhn.nauk Hatm-al porous aggregatee occurring in the Armenian S.S.R. Strol..mat- 5 no,2:8-11 F 159. (MIRA 12:2) (Armenia-Volcanic ash, tuff, ate.) (Armenia,-Pumlce) #!S~~TSTAN, Z.A., kand.tokhn.nauk Methods for 1:rolonging the life of various facing stones. Stroi. mat. 6 :ao.12-.14-17 D 160. (:Building stones:i (MIRA 13 -- U) ATSAGORTSTAII, Z.A. -, KHACHIUII, M.G. Methods for investigating the strength and durability of stone materials. Zav.lab. 26 no.1:98-99 160. (MIRA 13:5) 1. Armyanskiy Inatitut stroitellnykh materialov i sooruthenty. (Bailding materiale-Testing) ATSAGGRTETAX, Z.A., kwad.takhm.nauk Basalte for the woodpalp and paper lad-istrys Bux6prox. 35 no-10i 14-16 0 060. (KIRA 13: 10) (Basalts) (Woodpalp Industry) KHORASANYAN,, G.A.; ATUGORTM.AU7_".. otv. reed.; SHTINW, R.A., red. izd-va; KAPLANYAN, M.A., tekhn. ied. [Economics of large-panel house buildIng in Armenia) Eko- noxdka krupnor~neltnogo domostroeniia, v Amenii. Erevan Izd-vo Armian6icoi SSR, 1961. 137 p. (MIRA 150~ (Armenia-Construction industry-Costs) S/08 621000100610641117 B149XB108 AUTHOR: Atsagortsyan, Z. A. TITLE: Hydrophobization of felsite tuffs with organo-silicon com- pounds PERIODICALt Referativnyy zhurnal. Xhimiya, no. 6, 1962, 439, abstract 6K447 (Sb. "Materialy Ob"yedin. Nauchn. sessii In-tov stroit. materialov i sooruzh. Zakavkazsl:. respublik 1958". Tbilisi, a assR, 19611-119 - 132) TEXT; The rate of water absorption by felsi';e tuff (FT) on being kept in water for up to 1 hour, showed a 1.6 fold deoroase aftor a single treat- ment with a 1% solution of sodium methyleilitionate (SMS), and dropped to one-quarter EXter triple treatment. This difference in water absorption diminishes with prolonged water-saturation. The concentration of B143 used should lie as high as possible (up to 3$66). The coefficient of soften- ing of untreE;ted FT it 0.49, that of SIMS-treated (Y~ solution) FT 0.65. SMS treatment has a positive effect on the djnamic modulus of elasticity of water-satUrated FT. SMS also sets favora:bly in oases of alternqting Card 1/2 S,1081/62/000/006/064/117 Hydrophobization of felsite ... B-149/B108 water saturation and drying, and of freezing und thawing. Atmospheric air and heating do not affect the hydrophobic properties of SMS. The depth of penetration of SMS into PT is 0.06 mat after a single treatment, and 1 ''45 Mm after triple treatment. EAbstracter's note: Complete trans- lationj ATSAGORTSYANO Z., kand,~ekhn.nax* InCTeasing the durability'of stone facing of-buildings. Fr(m.Am. 4 noolt55-59 Ja 161, (MIU 14; 6) (Buildbg stones) -ATSAGORTSYPJI, Z.A., kand. t6khn. nauk; YA-RrIRDI:YAN, O.A., kand. tekhn. I rARMANYAN, G., red.; KHACHATRYLN, S., tekhn. red. (Tuffs and marbles of Amenia)Tufy i iixamory Armenii. Erevan, Aragosizdat,, 1962. 157 p. (MIPIA 16:2) (Armenia-Volcanic ash, tuff, etc.) (Amenia-Marble) AKOPOVt SLMONOV, M.Z.; STEPANYAN, V.A.; TF;R--AZAR'YEV., I.A.; RODIN, B.M.; STUGMV, A.S., kand. tekhn., nauchnyy red.; ZAYCHIKOVA, E.A., red.izd-va; KASDUV, D.Ys.., tekhn, red. (1,roduction of natural stone wall materials and lightweight ag- gregatesjProizvodstvo prirodnykh kamatLnykh stenovykh materialov i leg4kh zapolnitalei; soatoianie i perspektivy razvitiia. Mo- skva, Gosstroiizdat, 1962. 211 p. (MIRA 15:12) 1. Armyanakiy nauchno-issladovatellskly institr44 stroitellnykh materialov i sooruzheniy. 2. Armyanskly nauchno-issladovatellnyy institut stroitelinykIt materialov i s,)oruzheniy (for Akopov, Atsagortsyan, Simonov, Stepanyan, Ter-Azarlyev). 3. Nauchno- issledovatel'skiy institut stroitel'Rrkh materialov i izdeliy Akedemii stroitel'stva i arkhitektury Ukr. SSR (for Rodin). (Building stones) (Aggregates (Building materials)) ATSAiGORTSYAN, Z.; LSAAMN~ S. 33ffect of petrographic characterisvics on the strength of basalt. Prom.Arm. 5 no.4;34,58 Ap 162. (MIM 15: 5) (Armenia-,Basalt) ATSAGORTSYAN, Z.; VERMISHEV.. G.; ZAIH&ROV, L.; OGANFSYANp M. Effi(dont use of light finers in the Arnenian d..S.R. From. Am. 6 no.lxlO-11+ Ia 163. (MIRA 16:4) 1. Nauahno-issledovatellakiy inatitut ka.,miya i silikatov Soveim narodnogo Ithozyapitva Aroyanskoy MR, (Arm(mia-2�htweight concrote) ATSAGORTSYAN, LA., kand.tekhn.nauk Methods for large-scale tests of stone for tension and shear. Stroi.mat. 9 no.3s29-30 Mr 163. (MIRA, 16:4) (Stone-Testing) S/109/62/007/005/013/021 -7 YO D201/D308 AUTHORS: Atsarking V.A. Zhabotinskiy,,,M.Ye., and Frantsesson, TITLE: Achieving the limit sensitivity of a radio-spectros- cope for the observation of electron paramagnetic re- sonance PERIODICAL: Radiotekhnika, i elektronikag v. 7, no. 5, 1962, 866 - 873 TEXT: The authors consider the three basic noise sources which li- mit the seneillivity of a paramagnetic rae4lio-spectroscope; the SHP receiver noise, the relative frequency instability of the signal generator and of the cavity resonator and amplitude and frequency instability noise of the local oscillator (where applicable). After comparing vF,rious radio-spectroscope systems it is concluded that maximum sensitivity is obtained in a superheterodyne system with double magnetic field modulation and AFO from the cavity resonator, in which system the effect of both klystron and resonator instabili- ty on sensitivity may be neglected. Rele,rant circuits of an actual Card 1/2 S/109/62/007/005/013/021 Achieving the limit sensitivity D201-ID308 superheterodyne radio-spectroscope are given, the instrument opera tes at.29,5 ma/s and has a deep 50 c/s modulaiion of the magnetic field.. Its calculated sensitivityo with the reoeiver noise only, should be 6 x 10 g/mol DPG [Abstractor's noze: Diphenyl guanidi- ne?] with the Q of the resonator equal to jo4 and the indicating in- strument passband of 2 a/s. The experimentall,o-, measured sensitivity was actually found to be 2 x 10-12 g-mol 'DPG, which is considered to be in good agreementp if the inaccuracy ot such factors as the r;m. s. value of noise is taken into account. The experimentally found sensitivity of the instrument when observ:Lng_18e paramagAetic reso- nance signal on a ORO was found to be 2 x 10 g-mol DPG with the receiver pass-band of 12.5 kc/s. There aro 4 figures& SUBMITTED: June 17, 1961 Card.2/2