SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT BAZAROV, I.P.  BAZAVAN, I.
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BAZAROV, I.P,
Theory of fusion, Vest, Moak, un. Ser, 3t Fiz,, astron,
18
no.3sl825 W.Te 96,3. (MM 16s.10)
1. Kafedra statistichaskoy fidki i mekhaniki Moskovskogo
universiteta.
8/020/63/148/0.06/008/023
AUTHOR: Bazarov, 1. P.
"TITLE: Vlasov's equation for crystals
~PERIODICAL; Akademiya nauk SSSR. Doklady, v. 148, no. 6, 1963,
12831285;
TEXT: It is shown that Vlasov's equation with a selfconcietent field
for variations of the crystal density at the temperature T  0 gives
the
wellknown equations of amall.oacillations which deterdtine
unambiguously
the entire Born spectrum of the crystal eigenfrequenoies.
ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. M. V.
LomonOBOVal~
(Moscow State University imeni M. V. Lomononov)
PRESENTED: November, 12, 1962, by N. R. Bogolyubov, Academician
SUBMITTED: September 11,, 1962
Card i/i
BkZAROV. I.P.
Measure of mechanical motion. 1st. i metod. est. nauk
2:284
285 163, (KM 1613.1)
BAZAROV, I.P.
Quasimdial and phase transitions. Zhur. fis. khim.
37
no.11%25452548 N163. (MIRJL l7t2)
1. Mookovskiy gosudaretvannyy universitst imeni,
Lomonosova.
BAZAROY I P
~~  
Selfconsistent method and the ot7atal model problem.
Vast, Mosk,.un,
Ser. 3t nas j. 4stron. 18 no.60590. . ND 163. (MIRA 17j2)
1. Kafedra statiatichaskoy fisiki i makhaniki Moskovskogo
universitata.
ACCUMON NR: "401"40 VOMM/000/001/0054/ml
i AUTHOR: Bazarov. L P.
TITLE: Solution of the kinstic equation of A. A. Vlaww for a cx7sW
SOURCM Moscow. UfdversitsL Voab&. Serlya 3. Its. adrea., no. IM, "41,
TOPIC TAGS: crystd, a7atal vibration. kinetics, stWoUed addhanics,
Vlasw
equation, Born equationj distribution function, lattice v2 mWon
f
ABSTRACT: The linearized kinstic eqnslion proposed by A. A. Vlaww
(Teeriya,
mnogft diastits. G17TU M., 1960) for the variOm in 6s disbibutim
(votion of a
statistical system 4p (F.1;1):
+
(P. (VIVV VOW) (VIV. Vd
n
where f0 Jr',J) is the equildmium d1sWbution fanati=. is solved icor
a a7sW at a
n r
temperature of OK assuming the adiabstio of an small
displacement. It to found dat the Born ny W a of the vibrations
native'to
Cam 1/3
ACCEMON NR. "401"45
the crystal. lattioe to completely detwmined by VlasWe equation wd
Is vmlqw In! this
equation. The required solution Is given by
where and deteradmed b
(3)
Cwd 2A
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26
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ASWCIATIONt Kdo&& Rik , ~3 naw i Mewom 3dwowdop unwWwow,
(Department of Statkitiod Pbysios wd Modhanks, Moomw BMW Univwolly)
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The quantum kinetic equation and collective
oscillations in
crystals# Vast* Moskoun. Ser. 31 Pis., astron. 20
no.406
J1Ag 165 (MIRA 18312)
I* Kafedra teoratichaskoy fisiki Moskovakogo
gosudaretvannogo
universiteta. SAtbuitted February 2. 1964s,
S'OTJRGE: moscow~ !~ni L czm"i M 4 4 1~
erititgy OF liArraction between partlelt3.
BAZAROV I.P. GERASIMDVO Ya.l.; KISELEV, A.V.;
PREDVODITELFV, A.S.;
:!~ ~HYXVICIII L.V.; SKURATOV, S.M.; TIRLFTSKIY,
N.F.; CHMUTOV,
X.V.; SHUBNIKOV# A.V.; SHULEYKIN, V.V.
Vladimir Keenofontovich Semenchenko, 1894 ; on his
70th
birthday.' Zhur. fiz. khim. 39 no.5:13001301 Yq 165.
(KIRA 18:8)
ARN.,MJ*I'UV'I N.V,; kljZ.~O. J,,,~h,; DULGOV, Yii.A.;
Asi).; TY,',jIZNVA, L.S.;
SHUGUROVA, NoA*
Nature of the variation of the composition of aolutions in
the
formation process of the fluoritebearing chambered
Fegmatite.
Dok.I. All SSSR 164 no.5:n47n5O 0 165.
(KRA IWO)
1, Liatitut geologii i gaoflssiki Sibirskogo otdelenlya AN
SSSR.
Submitted February 15, 1965
_.. BAZAROV, L.,S.h.,,,,
Temperature and pressure variations in the process
of the
formation of fluoritebearing pegmatite. Dokl. AN
SSSR 165
no.4015917 D 165. (KRA 18&12)
1. Inatitut geologii i geofiziki. Sibirskogo
otdalaniya All
SSSR. Submitted June 2, 1965
0
ARDASM. Gavriil Romanovioh;3Aj4Nff,LY.; KIMUOY, I.N.; NCR IN,
A.T.; POLOTSKIT, I.T.; RUMMO, A.I.; SITNINOV, A.P.; SPZUSSOV, XJF.;
IMYUKOV. T.L., red.; IXMITA, T.K., tekhn.rod'.'
ENaintenanoe of traotors and agricultural wehinairy], Takhnichaskoe
obalushivanie traktorov I seliskokhozialetvennykh mashin. Moskva,
Gos.Isdvo'*el'khoz.lItry, 1961. 470 p. . 
(KCU 14:4)
(TractorsAsintenanoe a3d repair)
(Agricultural wchinary~Naintenance and repair)
SCB(ILPV, V.S.p akadom.lk.; DOLGOV, Yu.A.,
i~AZ,,'IPCV,
I.T.; 3IMPTBAKOVA, Z.V.
Ilightomperalure inclusion3 in thn minerals of
pegmatltas and
granites. Dokl. AN SSSIt 157 no. 2019352 JI 164.
(111RA 17:7)
1. Tnstitut geologil i geofiziki 'Ubirskcgo
oulplerdya AN
STR,
BAZAMV, L.Sh.; DOBRMSOVA, I.L.1 YUSUPOV, S,Sh.
Chara.teristica of the distribution of fluorine
around a
chamber pegmatite in granites. Dokl. AN SSSR 157
no.5t
11351138 Ag 164. (KM 17:9)
1. Institut geologii i geofiziki Sibirskogo
otdeleniya AN
SSSR. Predstavleno akadenikom V.S. Sobolevym.
BAZAROV. L,Sh._,,
Inclusions in apatites from the calcitephlogopite
veins
of Slyudyanka, Trudy Inst, geol.i geofiz. Slb.otd.
AN SSSR
no.30:,4755 164. (MIRA ISM)
BAZAROV, kands istworichesk&h nauk, kapitan 2go rang&.
Training future officers Iii revulutionary and military traditle=0
%)x. abor. 48 no.10slo15 165'4, (MIRA 18%9,
. PAZAROT V9
Relation between biology teaching and agriculture in
Bulgarian
schools (from "Narodnos proeveshchenisgO no,8.
1958). Biol. v
shkole noA7274 RAg 159. (MIRA 12:11)
(BulgariaAgricultureStudy and teaching)
BAZA,ROV., Vasil __
Teaching biology in the general schools of the bulgarian
People's
Republic. Diol. v ohkole no.1:6669 JaF 162. (MUA 1532)
1. Uchenyy aekretar I Inatituta peda902,11d Bolgarskoy
A)mdemii nauk.
(BU1"RIABIOU)GYST1WT AND TEACHING)
BLZARGV9 V.Q. (fterico )kwmnskoy oblasti)
Atelectasis of the lung following tonsillectoor.
Test.otorIn, 21
no.5s.97" S0 199. (KM 13 . 1)
(TONSILIXTONYi compl.)
(ATXLBMSIS, etiology)
BAZAROV, V.G.
Course and treatment of chronic tonsillitis in Arctic regime.
Zhur. ush., nos. i gorl. bol. 22 no.1:2228 JaF 162. (MIRA 15:5)
1. Is klinik' bolezney ukhas gorla i nosa (naohallnik  zasluzbemW
dayatell nauki prof. X.L.Khilov) Voyennoimeditsinskoy ordena Lenins
akademii imani Kirova.
(TONSILS.DISEASES)
RAZAROVS V.G.
Use of the Odelagod speech* phenomenon to detect
feigned
deafdoos. Zhur.usb, nos. i gorl,, bol. 23 n0.293136
Mr.Ap
163, (MIRA 16:8)
iw"I'll 400. 1107 NOMM"al    I
1. Is akustichookoy laboratorii
otorinolarlogologicheakoy kli
niki (nacW'ua  saalushennyy dayatell nan" prof.
K.L.Khl2ov)
Voyennozeditsinakoy ordena Lanina WcadamU imiml
S.M.Kirova.
(DUFMW) (MICAL TESTS) (MLLIMERM)
BAZAROVI J. G
~,, (YdYWF)
UWof the "delayed speech" pbenmenon in the study of
the
interrelations of the vooomotor and auditory
analysorse
Vast. otorin. 25 no.228387 MrAp 163. (MIRA 17:1)
, ON
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BAZAROV, V.O., xeVor meditainskoy sluabby
Examination of tha. vestibular apparatus by the method
of acabined 
3timulation of its nonaory nerve receptors*
VooriaMad.zhure nos7s
5559 1640 (KIRA 1815)
BAZAM, V,G,s_z&yar neditzinskoy slushby
Signifimnoe. of the duration of rqatagwe and vestibular
oounterrotational, illusion in the medical examination of
flying personnel. Voen.med. zhur. no.2:6872 165.
(MIRA 18: 11)
L 4281S66
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AUTHOR: Bazarov, V. 0. (Major; Medical Corpa;,Candidatc of Medical
Sciences)
ORG. none
TITLE. The effect of secondary stimuli on the vestibulosenpory
reaction
SOURCE: Voyennomeditsinekly zhurnal, no. 7, 1966, 5761
TOPIC TAGS: vestibular function, psychic stimulation, reflex activity
1 04 f'Atl rl.OA)~,
VISIOAI) V%F'S7'1qVL1qR DJ,5 nJ #ftp~AJC F_
ABSTRACT: In order to test the ability of some secondary stimuli
(odor of gerantol, toluene,
or pyridine, Intense sound, or electric current) to suppress or
accentuate vestibulosensory
reflexes, 179 experimental subjects (men and women, 1642 years of
age) and 30 controls
were subjected to rotation (I revolution per 2 see) with the eyes
closed in a Barany chair for
20 eec, after which the duration of the illusion of counterrotation
was determined. Following,
the control studies, which yielded a mean duration of 15.86 see (344
see) for this Illuslon,
the experiments were repeated with the simultaneous application of
secondary stimuli (odors
blown Into the nose, sound at 100110 db and 1000 cps, or electric
current at 5 ma and
1025 v). As shown by the results In the table, some secondary
stimuli bad a significant
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A
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Secondary No. of In duration of No. with no change
stimulus subjects the illusion in duration
Increase decrease
Toluene 55 12 30 13
Gerantol 55 24 21 10
Pyridine 55 43 8 4
Bound 60 14 is 7
Electric current 64 10 46 8
Controls 30 4 5 21
Inhibitory effect on the ves tibulosensory reflex In most cases,
but the effect varied markedly!
from individual to Individual. Statistical analysis showed that the
accentuating effect of
pyridine and the Inhibitory effect of electric current were highly
significant, while the 1nhJbJ
tory effects of toluene and sound were somewhat less significant
(still at the 96% level). These
results suggest the possibility of effectively inhibiting the
vestibuloseneory reflexes during
flight by selective stimulation of certain receptor formations.
Orig. art. has: I formula and
3 tables. [26]~
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.INVEMR: Abugov.. D. X.; Bazarov., V, 0,; GanoVsklyj, 0, A.;
Valakhov,,
ORG: none
;TITLEt Experimental combustion chamber for'a liquid rocket engine.
;Class 46,, No. 19OT28
SOMME: Iz6bretaniya,, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no#
2,,
1967., 138
TOPIC TAGS: combustion chamber, combustion chamber test,, liquid
propellant 'engin t
ABSMCT: *7he propobed experinental combustion chawber,,contains
&cylindrical abaUs
&'replaceable Injector. and a nozzle unit with replaceable exhaust
Gazzles  10, order to vary the natural, frequency of the gas
oscillations
ilia. .
simthli to obt4in the amplitudefr4quancy chavacter"itc durftg a
stagle'f Lw~ug. of the ensina a. novab a pi4ton isppynte& In the
.621455
.. N& A',0700%67
I ~ I
V. V. DAMOV
"Investigation of the Distributioli of the Electromagnetic
F1824 in the
Interaftion Space of Palse Magetrons in the TenCentimeter
Band" from Annotations
of Works Completed in 1955 at the State Union Sci. Res,
Iust:Min. of Radio Engineer
ing IM.
So: B3,000,964
I J  " A  I
T: T~zl
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AVTHOR : Bazarov, Ye.N. and Zhabotinskiy, M.Ye.
"Frequency conversion In a Reflex Klystron,"
AU Sci Conf dedicated to "Radio Day," Moscow, 2025
May 1957.
PERIODICAL: Radiotekbnika I Elektronika, Vol. 2, NA.
9, pp. 1M1224,
1957, Nmm)
V~, ~' L I I D T, i I11~ r:71, Tz,
"Fluctuations in a Reflex Klystron."
Investigated theoretically the fluctuations during synchronized
operation vith
second order resonance and overtone synchronization. They also
investigated self
oscillator fluctuations at an arbitrary transit angle.
report presented at the lat AUUnion Conference on Statistical
Radio
Physics, Gorlk&y, 1318 October 1958. (Izv. vyssh uahev
zavedFod1otekh.,
Vol. 2, No. 1, pp 121127) CGMMXTF.'.,..caid under SIFOROV, V.
I.)
69901
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1,442.2c 9140/9435
AUTHOR: jazarova Yeega
TITLEs VF`=qu"ency'9TVTW1e*~ Using a ThreeGrid.Reflex Klystr*12
PERIODICAL: Radiotekhnika i elektronika, 1960, Vol 5, Nr 49
pp 681684 (USSR);
,ABSTRACTs This is a continuation of work briefly reported earlier
(Ref 2,3) It in an experimental work carried out with
the assistance of M.Y1.Zhabotinaki A doubleresonator
threereflex klystron was used with an input of'
approximately 5000 Mcs to give an output of 2500 Mcs at
power levels of the order of 10 mW. The capture band
was of the order of 2 Mcs. There are 6 figures.and
4 Soviet references.
SUBMITTED: November 24, 1959
Card 1/1
BAZARCV, Ye. h., Cand PhYsFlath Sci _ (diss) "Resonance of the nth
degree and synchronization to.the nth overtone in a reflectin;r: klys
tron." Moscow, 1960. 5 pp; (Ministry of Higher~and Secondary
_~peciall
. ist Education RSFSRI Moscow PhysicsTechnology Inst); 15U copies;
price not given; (KL, 2360, 130)
AUTHORS: Bazarov, Ye.N. and Zhabotinskiy, M.%.
TITLE: Frequency Changing by Means of a Reflex Klystron
(Preobrazovaniya ehastoty na otrazhatellnom klistrone)
,PERIODICAL:Radiotekhnika i Elektronika, 1959, Vol 4, Nr 2v
pp 233261 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The possibility of employing a reflex klystron as a
frequency changer at U.H.P. is investigated theoretically.
For the purpose of analysis it is assumed that a klystron
can be represented by the equivalent, circuit shown in
Fig 1. where R, L and C are the equivalent parameters of
a loaded resonator and i is the alternating component
of the conveetion eurren If the multiple transit of
the electrons, the interaction of the electrons in the
beam, the capture of the electrons at the grids and the
transit time of the electrons in the grid gap are
neglected, the equations four the klystroA can be written
as: L di Ri = U + UB
arl
dU i + ik
Card 1/5 H1 U U
SOV/109594214/27
Frequency Changing by Means of a Reflex Klystron
where U is the voltage at the grids of the resonator,
UB = E sin(awt ) is the external signal voltage,
n = 01111/2.9 .19.1is the total current in the resonator
and ik 16 iue alternating component of the convection
current. Equations similar to Eq (1) were considered
in a work of Bershteyn (Ref 3~. If the notation shown
on page 254 is adopted, Eq (1 can be written as Eq (2).
Further, by eliminating y from Eq (2), the final
equation is in the form of Eq (6). The solution of this
equation is in the form of a superposition of the
oscillations with multiple frequencies and is given by
Eq (7). The amplitudes A, Al and phases ip, 9.1
are slowly variable functions of time and can be
obtained by solving Eq (8). The functions I and
in Eq (8) are defined by Eq (9). In the case of a
resonance of the second kind and.the synchronization
at the second harmonic (n = 2) functions ana * can be
expressed by Eq (10). The co~htions of stability of the
steadystate regime are defined by Eq (11). These can
Card 2/5 also be written as Eq (13), where m is the
regeneration
M
SOV/109594214/27
Frequency Changing by Means of a Reflex Klystron
coefficient of the klystron and vl = 1/20. If th6
parameter go is eliminated from Eq (8).,an expression in
the form of Eq (12) is obtained. On the basis of Eq (12),;
it is found that the threshold of the resonance of the
second kind is given by Eq (15). From this it follows
that: the threshold increases with the increase of the
detining parameter vl; the increase of the regeneration
leads to the reduction in the threshold of the resonance
and the deviation of the transit angle from its optimum
value causes the increase in the resonance threshold.
The width of the resonance of the second.kind is
expressed by Eq (16) where Q, is the quality factor of
the resonator. The synchronization threshold at the
second harmonic can also be found from Eq (12) and is
defined by Eq (17). The gynchronizatior,.bandwidth for
the optimum transit angle is expressed by Eq (18).
The dependence of the amplitude of the oscillations
during synchronization at the second harmonic (at the
voltage of the external signal) is illustrated in Fig 3.
The synchronization effect was also investigated
Card 3/5 experimentally by employing a special reflex klystron
SOV/109594214/27
Ifitted with two resonators and three or fol= grids
(see Fig 4). The experiments carried out on a 3grid
reflex klystron corroborated the possibility of
employing the tube as a frequency divider at U.H.P.
It
was possible to obtain an output power of 15 m.W for
input powers of 1020 m.W. The klystron can be used
as
a multiplier in two ways; the external signal of
frequency f is applied to the tube which is tuned to
a
frequency nf; in the second ease, the resonator
frequency is the same as that of the external signal
and the multiplication is obtained by extracting the
nth harmonie of the bunched current. When the
klystron
is synchronized at a subharmonic and used as a
frequency
multiplier, Eq (8) and (9) are also valid and in this
case the functions o� and * (for n =0.5) are given by
Eq (19). The amplitude of the steady state
oscillations
can be determined from Eq (20). If the nth harmonic
of
the bunched current is employed, the functions ~ and
*
are given by Eq (21)~ while the amplitude of th4i
steady
state voltage at the resonator gap is expressed by
Fq (22).
SOV/109594214/2?
Frequency Changing by Means of a Reflex Klystron
The conditions of stability of the oscillator are
expressed by Eq (11)o The above two methods of frequency
multiplication.were confirmed experimentally. There are
5 figures and 5 Soviet references.
SUBMITTED: 17th June 2957
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9.2500, 9.4220
77565
SOV/108 15210/12
AUTHORSt BA z a r Zhabotinskiy, M. Ye., Sverchkov,
TITIE% Frequency Multiplication by a Large Factor Using
a Reflex Klystron.
PERIODICALt Radiotekhnika, 1960, Vol 15,' Nr 2, pp 7579
(USSR)
ABSTRACT: The paper deals with frequency multiplication by a
large factor n usirg a standard reflex klystron.
In principle, the input signal is applied at the
airgap between the reflector and the resonator.
However, in the practical application the input
signal may be supplied to the klystron reflector
by means'of a coaxial line. The differential
equation of the second order describing the processes
in a reflex klystron is given. Using the first
approximation of the above equation, and assuming
that the amplitude of the Input signal as well as
Card 2/5 that of the Output signal is smaller than tne
constant
frequency Multiplication by a Large'Factor 77565
Using a Reflex Klystron SOV/10815210/12
voltages on the klystron electrodes, expressions are.
derived which define% (1) the power of the output
signal of frequency folt ~ nr in' 'here fin is
frequency of the input signal; (2) the band width
Af In which a stable multiplication Is obtained.
A f depends on the cathode current, the reflec*Wr
voltage, and on the factor n. The block diagram of
an experimental installation for frequency multiplica
tion is shown on Fig. 1.
4 5 7 8
3 6
Card 2/5 Fig. 1.
Frequency MultiplIcation by a IiArge Factor 77565
Using a Reflex Klystron SOV/10815210/12
Here the Input signal from the generator (1) is
supplied through the measuring line (2), the
attenuator (3), and through a coaxial line to the
reflector of klystron (4). We klystron output
signal passes through the attepuators (5) and (7)
to the spectrum analyzer (6) and power measurer
(8), respectively. The klystron operates as a
r~ enerator. The klystron resonator is tuned to the
nC harmonic of the Input signal. In the above
installation, a standard 3cmwave klystron was
used and frequencies JP out =nf in = 9,000 to 10,000
Me were obtained. The relationship betWeep t4e
output power and the multiplication faotor n Is
shown on Fig. 2, where the power for a Ig
assumed to be equal one.
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Frequency MLIltiplication by a Larger Factor 77 I~X,5
Using a Reflex Klystron SOV/10815210/12
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AUTHORS: Bazarov, Y!IN.L and Zhabotinskiy, M.Ye.
'i1TLZs Pluctuations; in a reflexklystron oscillator caused
by electron velocity scatter, shot and thermal effects
PERIODICALi Radiotakhnika i elektronika, Vol.6, No.1, 1961,
pp. 166i6g
TEXT: Using symbolic equations and correlation theory the
fluctuations in a reflexklystron oscIllator causid by the
scatter of electron velocities in the beam, the shot and
thermal
effects are analyzed. Expressions are obtained for the mean
square amplitude and phase fluctuations and their spectra.
It in shown that under certain conditions the electron
velocity
scatter can have a substantial influence on the fluctuation.
There are 4 Soviet references.
SUBMITTEDt June 15, 1960
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V,, F. 9~Lmokhfn
AUTHOR: V A.
TITLE: Effect of protective coating on the absorption calls in radio
spectroscopes with optical indication on the frequency of transitions in the
hyperfine structures of rubidiurn and cesium
SOURCE: Radiotekhnika i el ktr)onika, v. , no. 8 19 6 3. 1483148'4
8.
TOPIC TAGS; rubidium, cesium, radio spectroscope, hyperfine structure,
transition frequency
Vaaces, in Quantum Electronic a, N.
7~
i~tm~i diat ~Wlierithepolysjlo,ka n61
f4r uppresslng~..
relaxation of spins ~of Rb atome that collided with the cell walls, the' (rO~
transition frequency, in the hyperfine structure of R17 , Was shifted by 5 or
7 kc (with about lkc line width). The authors beli6ve that the frequency shift
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is rather due to the presence of an extr A,,number of expezoliment
Vleous gar
with CsI33 in a rnethXlsiloxanecoatedvilass cell corroborated this
belitf.
Assistance of L. V. Minervina in mass spectrometer investigations of
06 gas
is noted. "The authors wish to thank M. 1. Rodak and Ch. ),.I.
BriskIna ;or d19
cusaing the work and valuable comments. Orig. art. has: 1 formula.
ASSOCIATION: none
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INVEMR; Bazarov, Yo. N.; zolinq'~V. Fe
bRIG: none
TITLE: Optical Indicator
of frequency standards. Class 21, No. 176317 (announced by.
the Inati&ute ot Radio Enri noorl gg and EleeU~_, AN (Institut
radiotekhniki I.
elektroniki AN SSS4R))
SOURCE; Byulleien' izobrete~niy I tovarnykh znakov, no. 22, 1.965,
3334
TOPIC TAGS: frequency standard, frequency standard indicator,
optical indicator
ABSTRACT: An optical indicator of frequency standards (shown in the
accompanying
ftgure). Is proposed which has the form of a bulb with a pair of
alkaline el nts
Fig. 1. Optical indicator of frequency standards
$ 1  Resonator; 2  darkened region of the Indicator
bulb,* 3  optical illumination zone, 4  gas die
charge tube; 5 and 7 lenses; 6 photoindicator.
ccwd 1/2 UDC; 621.317761
lul C.".
"Leptospixosis in Plan"
pp. 93 VoyennoHed. Zhur. No. 10 Uctober, 1955
MUKHINA, Lidiya Ivanovna; SHANTUYEVA, red.;_�~
tOVA, D.B.,
red.; ZILOTIN, Yu.V.,, red..
[The Vitim Plateau; natural conditions and
regionalization]
Vitamskoe ploskogorte; prirodnye usloviia I
raionirovanie.
UlanUde, Buriatskoe knizhnoe izdvot 1965. 134 p.
(M RA 1815)
SOLOVIYEVA, T.Ya.; BAZAROVA,, V.I.
?roe amino acid content in some variitles of honey
originating
from a single type of flower. Vop. pit. 22 no.616970
ND 163.
(MIRA 170)
1. Iz Leningradskogo instituta sovetskoy torgovii imeni
F. Ehgellsa.
"Determining the Content of Hydro.V Acid in Oxidized
Faraffinn; p 217, in
the YonograTh "Investigation and Use of Petroleum
Products", edited by N. G.
Puchkov, Gostoptekhizdat, i4oacowLeningrad, 1950.
~. dlm'
"Detection of Foreia Bodies in Greases without Using Acid
Analysis", p 224,
,n
in the Monograph "Investigation and Use of Fetroleum Products"j,
edited by N. G.
Puchkov, Gostoptekhizdat, ioscowLeningrad, 1950.
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BAZAR VA. G.
The prograSSITS form of theitterroutloaship of the econoov and
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Wde skonom, nauks starshly nauebiVy red.j XISELIMAN, S.M.j, staroMy
tauobmyy red.j LIVAKSKAYA F.V.j kande ekonom. nauk, starabiy uawbWy
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red.;
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BAZAMVA,
G V , starshiy naucbnyy red., kand. ekon. nauk;
K1M17FMT,
stareMy nauclM red.; GIAGOIEV, V.S.9 naucbmyy rod.;
TIJYANOVA, N.L.., nauchryy red.; DIAGODARSKAYA,
Ye.V.0 mlad.
red.; SHUSTROVA, V.M., mladshiyy red.; GAYDUKOV,
Yu.A., kwid.
ekon, naukp red,; ZDARSKU, H,I..,.r9d,; LOZOVOY,
Ta.De. red.;
BERGEYXV, A.V., dots,, red.; KWMS, L.M., kand. tekhn.
nauk.,
red.; LYUDOVICH, Yu.0.,, kand. ekon. nauk,, red.;
SYSOYEV, P.V.,
red.; KOSTI, S.D.# tekhn. red,
[Economic encyclopedia; industry and
construction]Ekonomiche
skaia entsiklopodiiaj prozWoblennost' i stroitel'stvo.
Ch3.orW!red. konegii, A.V.Baeburin i dr. Yoskva,
Gos.naucbne
iadvo "Sovetskaia entsiklopediia." Vol.l. A  V..
1962.
951 P. (MIRA 15:10)
(RussiaIndustriosDictionaries)
(Construction industryDictionarries)
BACHURIN, A.V.1 MARGOLIN, N.S.; KONDRASHV, D.D.1
GORICHSVq N.V.;
ROGOVSKrY, N.I.; YAMPOLISKIYv M.A.$ TYUKOVt V.S.;
ROTSHTEYNv L.A.1 GERASHCHENKOp V.S.; KOTOV9 V.F.j
WAX)VA, G3.1 red.; FORTYANNIKOV, N.S., red.;
GERASDOVAI, Ye.S. . takhn. red.
[Commodity and monetary relations during the
period.of
tisnaltion to commmism) Tovarnodoneshnyo
otnosbeeniia v
period perekhoda k konmunizmu. MoBkva,
Ekonomisdat, 1963.
386 P. (HIRA 160)
(Roonomias)
GRUDEV,, D.I.,, doktor sel'skokhoz. nauk; SADOVNIXOVA, N.V.,
otarshiy
nauchnyy notrudnik, SHINNITSKAYA, N.Ye.; KARAVATEVA, S.G.;
KMV, P.Ya.; RODIONDVSKITO H.S.; K"IDVAs N.N., kand. biol.
nauk; KRASILININOVA,, T.F.,, inzhenerlrbimik; SOLNTSEVA,' G.L.,
aspirant; KUZNETSOVA,, V.V., mladshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik;
Prinimali uchastiyes BA&8w,&xLj MALYGINA$, M.I.; BUDINSKATA,,
S.Z.1 SIN1TS7NA, I.K.
Comparative evaluation of the fattening and slaughtering
characteristics of Shorthorn and Kalmyk steers and phyoico
chemical indices of their meat. Trudy VNIIMP no,16:523 064.
(KRA IS: 13.)
USSR/Humn and Animal Physiology. Metabolism. Nutrition.
T2
Abe Jour: Bef ZhurBiol, No 12, 1958, 55322
Author : Belen'kiy, NG.y Krylova; N.N., Cbertkov, I.L.,
4xzarova, Zuyeva, L.D., Sevostlyanov, B.A.,
Kel Mn',
Inst : AllUnion AcaderW of Agricultural Sciences.
Title : The Influence of Therml Treatment on the
Assimilation
of Meat Protein.
Orig Pub: Dokl. VASKML, 1957, No 4, 2329.
Abstract: During a period of 6 days, 26 rate of 18o2Do gr
body weight each, received daily 10 gr of beef
meat with methionineS35 proteins. Seven control
rats were given raw ground meat. Nine rats were
fed ground meet wbich has been heated in an ultra
thermostate at 80u Zcj for one hour, and lo rats
Card 1/2
21
MINIM, N.G., akmAemik; IRYIDTA,, N.N.; BAZARDTA, ICA.
Otudying changes Occurring in 03524belea proteins
during therul
denatwatlon. Dokl. alkad. selikhow. 23 no.9:2934 158.
(Km 11; 10)
I*Vgof*Y=Yr nauOhnelaslodmtelveldy insititut oyanney
pro
(SulphurIsotopes) (Prot6ins)
RRYLOVA, N.11., kand. biologicheskikh nauk; BAZ~
~OA_L_K.I., z1adshly
nauchnyy sotrudnik
Chemical method for determining the activity of
powdered
insulin. Trudy VNIIMP no131112119 162. (KORI 170)
BFLENIKIYp N.G., akademik; RYLOVA, N.N., kand.
biologicheskikh nauk;
D&ZWYA....X.I4pmladshiy nauchnyy sotrtwinik;
SEVOSTIYANOV, B.A.,
mladshiy nauchnyy aotrudnikl KUZNEKOp le.V.p inzh.
Method for the preparation of "W"'hydrolyzates from
blood
proteins and their properties. Trudy VNIHMP
no.13t1201" 162.
(MM 1715)
1. Eksp. thekh Moskovskogo nyasnogo konibinata (for
Kuzenko).
IRTMU. N., kand.biol.nauk; B4MVA, K., Insh.
Chemical method of determining the activity of
Insulin. Was.
Ind#SSSR 31 no.1:5334 160. OaRA 13:5)
1. VnesoyusW nauchnolooledovatellakly inatitut
myasnoy promysh
len6ostl,
(Insulin)
ZAXOSHCHIEDY, A.P.; KOVALIVA, K&K.; BAZAWTA, LI.
......
Adsorption of sulfuric s,old from diluted solutions by
the cotton bull@
during refining* Gidrolix.1 lasokbimspron, 12 no,207
159o
(Cottonseed) (Sulfuric acid) (Adsorption) (MINA 12:3)
BAZARGVA, L.M.; NEFig)OVA, M.G.; SHVkWA, 1.1.
Importance of the Donaggio reaction in determining
the actvity
A the rheumatic process in children. Hauch. trudy
Yaz. gos.med.
inst. 14:353354 164. WHO. 18:01)
1. Kafedra gospitallnoy pediatrii (zav.  prof.
P.Kh.Kharidullina)
i nauchnoissledovatollskaya laboratoriya (zar. 
S.V.Senkevich)
Kazanznkogo maditsinskogo instituta.
BAZAROVA, M.P.
loreakov's syndrom in typhoid fever. Zhur.nevrA paikh. 54
no.2:131136 7 054. (MA 7:3)
1. Gosudarstvannyy institut psikhiatrii Hinisterstva zdravookhra
neuiya RSISR. (Typhoid fever) (Psychoses)
GORSHEDY, A.A., doktor tokbuicheakikh sank, professor, rodaktor; W
B1TWY, G.K.,Aandldat tokhnichoskikh nauk, redaktor; BAZMYA. N.Y.,
inshener; redaktor; IMMOV, I*P., tskhnioW%mtIy zudWeTW.N*WA
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Yale. tekbnologiis, liteinogo proizvo"tTa; opyt Umllskikh sayodow.
Pod red. A.A*GorshkoT&. Moskva, Mashgis, 1953. 206 P.(KM 7:11)
1. lauohnoys Insheuernotekhuloheskoye obehahsatvo litsyshchikay.
Ur&JL'skcr,* otdal*61ye.
(Ural Mountain regiou7ounding) (FoundingUral Xountain
region)
KUZEMt Mikhail Yakovlevich; SPORTSOVp Aleksay Anatollyevich;
SVJUAKOV, Nikolay Nikoloyevicbj DUBITSKIYO G.M.9 doktor
teklm. rAuk., reteenzentl ZDBM# B.F.,, kand. tekbn. wmk,,
retsenzent; KORMKOVI V.G.p Iwnd. tekbn. rAukj, retzenzent;
IZVCHENKO.. P.V.j, kand, tekbn.nauk., retsenzent; MAKURIN, P.I.,
kand. tekhn. naukj, retsenzent; PASTUKHOV,, A.I., kand. tekbn.
nauk,, reteenzent; PORUCHIKOV, Yu.Pej kandf, tekbn* naukj re
teenzent; ROZENBERG, I.A.., kand. tekhn. lam3k, retsenzent;
SERGEICHE:Vp N.F.0 kand. tekhn, naukv reteenzent; FILIPPOV,
A.S.p kand, tekbn. nauk# reteensentj YAROSEMO, Tu.G., kand.
tokbn. nauk., retsenzent; EL inzh., retsenzent;
BLANXt E.Mes inzb,s retsenzent; VOMANSIM , L.M,# inzb,,,
reteenzent; ZAKHAROVI B.P.,, inzh., retsenzent; MYSHAIDV., S.V.,
inzb.., rateenzentl RAMVA,, Moo inzh,j retsenzent;
SHABLUNp L.A.# insb.., retsenzent; SHKUNDI, R.M... inzh... re
teenzent; DUGINA,, N.A.,, tekbn. red.
[Handbook of foundry practice] Spravocbnik rabochego
3iteiabobikas Izd*3* Mo&vaj Haftis, 1961. 584 p.
(YIRA 15:4)
(FoundingHandbooks,, manuals, etc.)
BAZARUVA, T.Yu.
Mineralthermometric studies of inclusions in the minerals of
certain nepheline rocks, Dokl. AN SSSR 161 no.43925928 Ap 165.
(MIRA 180)
1. Institut geologli i geoflziki Sibirskogo otdeleniyaAN SSSR.
Submitted October 1, 1964.
BkZAROVA,, V.I.; SOLOVIYEVA, T.Ya.; GRIMM, A.L
Study of oligovaccharides in some plants. Ukr, biokhim. zhur.
36 no.5:735738 164. (MIRA l8t6)
1. Kafedra tovarovedenlya prodovol'stvennykh tovarov Leningrad
skogo instituts. sovetskoy torgov]i im. F. Engel.sa.
SOMME% T.Ya.1 BAZ!=L.I.
6216000
Using the paper abrmatograpby method for investigating
the supre of budWbeatand linden h"r. Izv. vys. ucbob.
zavo; Pisbeho t4khe uo*6:139W 163. (KMA 17: 3)
1, Isningradskiy Institut sovetskay torgovIi imeni F.
lngelliva,, kafedra toverovedenlya prOd,'TOl'ItvOWqXh tOT,4M*
BAZARYA, Mikh~il Pavlovich
722.102
.B3
KRATKOSROCHNOYE KREDITOVANIYE SOVKP*CZOV (STATE FAUI. SHORT TEW
CFL;DIT) YLSKVA,
GOSFINIZD.~T, 1956. 70 P. TABLES.
S.; IUNDT, I.; SOBOLW. A.; MUSEDY. T.; USILITSKIT, I.;
F02AMN, I.; ILIUM, N.; PIZIMLITS. K.; SOIRATOTlr.;
CHURSIN, A.; XADGIR, V.; VOLOVOWY, A.; BAURYA, M.P
Issuing credit to collective farms should be equal to the
standard of the nev tasks. Dan. i Imed. 16 no.4:326 Ap '58.
(MIR& 11:5)
l.U,pravlyayushchiy Uzbekskoy kontoroy Gosbanka (for Uparoy).
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oblastnoy kontory Gosb&Wm (for Krasno'v)* 5*Zamentitall
upravlyayushchop Belorusakoy reepublikanskoy kontoroy Goebanks
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Zhordevskin otdoleniyam Gosbanks, Tambovskoy oblasti (for
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BAZAROVAp M,P*j mladshiy nauobW sotrudnik
Disorder of vasoular.tonus in traumatic vaeopathy. Trudy Goa.
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(CEREBROVABOUIAR DISUSE)
SOBOLIVP VISI,, akademik; BAZAROVA, T.Yu.",,

Crystallization . teulwmtuim of diathene in
pegmatites.
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1. Institut geologli I geofisiki Sibirokogo
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AN SSSRO
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Bazariatskil, Iu, A, New technique of focussing Iravea P.
292o
90s Progress in the fteical Sciances.9 Vol, IUV, No, 2.
June 1951,p (Uspekhi)
ACCESSION NR: AP40)7618 S/0033/64/041/00)/0090/00.96
AUTHOR; Oazarzhapov, A. D.
TITLE: The determination of the total vector of:solar magnetic field
strength by
means of an electronic computer
SOURCE: Astronomichaskly zhurnal, v. 41, no. 1, 1964, 9096
I.TOPIC TAGS: magnetic field, solar magnetic field, algorithm, digital
plotting,
nomograph
',ABSTRACT: Algorithms for the determination of the total vector of
solar magnetic
flild strength are described. A description of a program using these
algorithm
and compiled for the "BESM211 electronic computer Is given. A
simplified block
diagram of this program Is described. Results of computation by the
electronic
computer and by the nomographic method are given. The results coincide
within the!
limits of permissible errors. The advantage of the electronic computer
Is the
clal
gain In computing time by about a factorof 80. it Is suggested that a
spe
attachment to the electronic computer be constructed which would draw
continuous
lines (Isomagnetic lines) being given coordinates of points on the
curve$ This L
would lead to further automation of the treatment of observational
data, Includin9l
the cons1ruction of,charts of solar maglatic fields, OrIgo art'* host I
f1gurep
CoM ... mqi
ACC NRt AT60346ol CODES  UR/3148/66/ooo/oo8/0005/0022,
'AUT11ORt Bazarzhno~ *I Miahinj Vs Me; ?kxtsovq,,..E# Is; Platonovs,
M, 110
ORO: none
TITLE: A method. or analytical representation or Instantaneous
fields
of magnetic variations
SOURCE: AN SSSR, Mezhduvedomstvennyy geofizichaskly komitet, III
razdol pro rammy Moo (Goomagnetism i zomny e toki), Sbornik atatey,
no. 8. 1969. Geomagnitnyye issledovaniya TOeomagnetic research),
522
TOPIC TAas: geomagnetic field, spheric harmonic, universal time,
algorithm, probable error, #1jen)0WjC. IIAW(1513
ABSTRACT: A geomagnetic field can be expressed by the spherical
harmonic analysis completed by Legendre polynomials. This method was
corrected and made independent of universal time. A special method
was
elaborated for the use for electronic computers by which
instantaneous
parameters of the variable magnetic field can be determined, This
method is based on a special algorithwS In which components of the
geomagnetic field Xis Y1. and Zi of aelected stations are determined
Card 1/2
AteNRsAT603 41~07
using the formula
M de, (CM 0)
X (01. Xj Z S (g: cos mAj + h' * S1n MJLJ dO
n_1 ft"  . I I '
1, 2. 3,,,,N,'where N Is the number or stations used, The system 1
of equations can be solved analytically when N < M2 + 2M, When
N M2 + 2M. the system can be solved by the method of least squares
applying the orthogonal system or runctions. Coerricients of the
function expansion are determined by Introduction of auxiliary
coef
ficients computedfrom recurrent formulas. A series of tests was
carried out using algorithm B. The goal of the first test was to
evaluate errors of all the coefficients. The second test dealt
with
an evaluation of the change of coefficients. The third test
consisted
of a comparison of the magnetic field during a quiet sun with that
based on probable errors of coefficients, Functions of electric
cur.
rents were computed using formulas of spherloal expansion@ The
depth of
the nonconductinglayer of the earth and the conductivity of the
earthle
core were computed using approximate harmonies. Numerical values
of
these parameters differ markedly from results obtained by other
Inves
tigatorse Orilge art# has: 6 figures, 9 tables, and 22 formulas,
SUB CODEs 08/ SUBM DATE: none/ OHIO REPi. 006/ OTH REP: 008
ACC NAt.AT60346o8' SOURCE 'CODE1
JAUTHOR: Hishin, Ve M,;_Razar IL As_D*
TORO: none
TITLE: Selection of a spectrum of*Legendre polynomials
approximating
anobiserved Sqfleld.
SOURCE: AN SSSR* Mezhduvedometvennyy geofizichebkiy komitet. III
razdel pro rammy MOO (Geomagnetlzm I zemnyye toki)# Sbornik etateys
no. 8. 1969, Geomagnitnyye iseledovaniya (Geomagnetic research),
2330
TOPIC TAGS: orthogonal functions conditional equation, function
spectrum, approximate funotions, geomagnetio fields spheric
harmonic#
Legendre polynomial
ABSTRACT: A function valid for an interval of values [as b3 can be
expressed by the formult
(x)  YJ dkO& (x),
where OX(x) Is an orthogonal function of the/
Cmd..143
NRt AT6034608
0.(X)Oa(x)dxO
whenmyik. This function is given as the result of measurements
obtained
in a station network consisting of irregularly spaced N
stations, The
problem of measured results can be solved by the method.of least
squares if the quadratic,difference of the function given and
the
measured results have a minimum in the system of conditional
equations,
Coefficients dk obtained solving the system of equations
contain errors
which depend upon the spectrum of GOO functions. When the Ok(x)
functions in the system are not orthogonal, they can be
transformed
into orthogonal by auxiliary functions in which the
coefficients dk are
substituted for ak The accuracy of the coefficient ak is
analyzed for
the whole station network and a part of the R stations. The
optimal
spectrum of approximate functions is obtained when the ratio
laak/aXIcl.
This condition of approximate functions is applied for
determining the
approximate geomagnetic field during a quiet sun. Results of
measuremerft
or components of the geomagnetic field potential are expressed
by sums of
spherical harmonies completed with Legendre polynomialso The
system of
these equations is transformed Into a system containing
coefficients and
ACCNR%AT6034608
"other orthogonal functions* Analysis of the new aystem showed that
the,
error of coefficients ak increases with the increase of the number of
stations, and tLe ratio hak/ak bicomes constant after k continues.to
growe Orig. art, hast I.table, I figure, and 36 formulas.,
SUBCODEt OW SUBN DATEt, none/ ORIG REP 1 004/ OTH REP: 001w
313
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AUTHOR: ' Afraymovich, 'E, B,; J3azarzhap_9_,j8._&_Pe; M10hin,
V, Me,,
Nemtsoya, Es Ial Osipot,, N. X.; Platonovg Me Le; Urbanovich,
V, D,
OROs none
TITLE: Mean Sqfi6lds according to data for September 1958
SOURCE: AN SSSR. Mezhduvedometvennyy geofizicheskiy komitet. III
razdel pro rammy MOO (Oeomagnetizm I zemnuye toki). Sbornik
statey,
no, 8. 1962o Geomagnitnyye issledovaniya (Geomagnetic
research), 3151
TOPIC TAGS: geomagnetic 91E40 , algorithm, spheric harmonic,
geomagnetic coordinate, geographic coordinates
electroconductivity
.AB'STRACT: The nature of the geomagnetic Sqvariations is
unknown.
..Previouti investigations made by the same authors are
continued here
using the sameimethods as before, A comparison was made between
various groupings of stations and the systems of coordinates
used for
studying the magnetic variations during a quiet sun.
The*al'gorithm B
used in earlier publications was insufficient for the solution
of the
problem of Sq;variations, The algorithm A was Introduced which
is
analogous to that of Gauss and Shuster, The 3 field was
assumed to
be equal to the magnetic field potential# and Ko components were
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expressed by sums of spherical harmonics from:which the
coefficients of
expansion were determined, Computations of coefficients were made
from various combinations of'stations according to longitudinal
zones
and global distribution, Numerical values were given in tables,
Analysis of variations of the amplitude cl of the computed first
harmonic of the Sqfield and those of the observed field showed
that
errors obtained using geographic and geomagnetic coordinates
differed
very little, Approximate values of Sqvariations obtained using
spherical functions expressed by geomagnetic coordinates of
southern
and lowlatitude stations were nearer the observed values. The
same
effect was obtained for stations of northern middle latitudes
using
spherical functions expressed by geographical coordInates6' A
combina
tion of stations by longitudinal zones yields better agreement
between
computed and observed values of S variations, DifferentSq.~field
values in longitudinal zones indigate that the electrical
conductivity.._..~.
of zones is different, Maps of current whirls are given for both
hemispheres* Origo art, hass 10 figures, 10 tables, and 11
formulas,
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AUTHOR: Bazarzhapovs., .A. Del HishInp. Ve Me; Xemteova,, go lei
Trookchev,
0, A,
ORO:' none
T17LEs Diurnal rate of magnetic activity during the IGY
SOURCEt AN SSSR, mexhduvedometvennyy geoftsicheekly komitete XXX
rasde y MOO (OsomagnetLsm I x*mnyye'toki)~.,8born1k stateyo
,t programm
no& 1966* Geomagnitnyye iseledovAnlya (Geomagnetic research)#
6381
ITOPIC TAGS:. magnetic activity, geomagnetic indix, current system,
magnetid field, solarzenithal distance, universal time Affi1PMV!9*,
local %ime component# auroral zone, 6TO )7P961VV1,SM # geomagnetic
disturbanes
ABSTRACT: The diu'rnai*rate of gedmagnetie activity on perturbed
days
'in 19571959 is studied using geomagnetio indices K or 92 observa
.tories which followed the program of the.IGY, The study Is limited
to the diurnal wave of geomagnetic varlations and related to local
time and universal times Analjs~s of the diurnal wave of magnetic
variations yielded the following results:, 1) The first harmonic
ojr.the~_
diurnal wave of equivalent amplitudes of magnetic activity on
perturbedl
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days,is of the fundamental value. 2) Diurnal variations of
magnetic
activity*can be related to both local and universal times The
com
ponent of universal time plays an important role In geomagnetic
activitj
of perturbed days at all latitudet. 3) Variations of the
component of
local timebylatitude and seasoncan b& repress 'nted as a
superposition
of two wav6s with maxima at noon and midnight. Phases of these
waves'
do not change with latitude, These waves are analogous to the
current
system of a disturbed magnetic field. The error amplitude of
the local
time component attains a maximum.at two geomagnetic zones: # w
630671
and 4 Z 780. '4) The superposed waves are physically different.
The
level of disturbances is proportional to thesquare root of the
cosine
of the zenithal distance of the sun. The wave with a maximum
atnoon
Is predqmtnant.in equatorial~ and.polar regioneg and thk wave
with a
maximum at midnight is predominant in the zone #  630670. 5)
The
component of the'universal time of variations consists ot two
parts,
the symmetric and asymetric, which differ from each other
physically"
theasymm'etr1c part of the universal time*component changes In
phass.;y
w ln'the transition from winter to summer of all latitudes, The
error
amplitude of'the asymmetric part changes with latitude. The
amplitude
In near zero at middle latitudes and increases.toward the
Auroralzonet
being maximum at 0 N'78** The phase of the symmetric part of the
universal timicompiDnent Id constant during the year, and the
error
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amplitude of this part varies with the latitude like the'ehange
of the
eurrent'system of the disturbed field, 6) The asymmetric part
of the
universal time component characterizes the magnetic
activity'during..the
rotation or the geomagnetic dipole and the distribution of the
Lono
spheric conductivity. The symmetric part characterizes the
dependence
or*the current system upon the eccentric rotation of the
dipole, The
authors thank Ve S...Chesnokova for her helps OrIge art6 hast 2
tables$
9 figures, and 32 formulas*
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Card 1/3*
XMTABROY, B.A., prof.; AIMRMNKO, G.T.; ULITIKA.
FASTOROU, Y.Te,; MINA, N.P.; KALIBRIVSKATA. T.M.; SHIMMTRU. Tea*.
Nature of hemorrhage in experimental radiation sickness in atkinals
[with sum=17 In laglisbo p'6603. Problgamat. I parel.krovi 2 no.6:
311 ND 157. (MIRA 11:2)
I* Is biolagopoobvennogo fakulltats Hoakovskogo gosudarstvannogo
univeratteta,
(MOM&UGN, experimental.
xray induced in animals (Rua))
(ROWGIN RAYS, injurious effects,
exper. hemorrhe induced In animals (Rum))
BAUVIN I
Certain factors which affect resistance to 1:Lgbt or dW
texti3ese P. 181.
INDUSTRU TRXTnA.. Vol no  4., Apr . 1956., R=ania.
80s bast SurMean Aocessiou Lists Libe of Gomgop vole 5s no&
lop octo 1956o
71 7 AV 4 IVI
RMLLML / Chomical Toohnology. Chmioal Products and
Thoir H34
Applioat:Lon. Dyo:Lng and Chomioal Troatment of
Toxtilos.
4bs Jour vRof Zhur  Mdm., No 3, 1958, No 10,091
i,uthor iBazavan:. Sohrom

Inst NotgrM96A
Orig Pub Ind. Toxtilas 1957, 6, No 6, 266270
Titlo, iTho Effoot of Wrinklo Rosistant Finishos upon
Fastnoss to
Light of tho Colors.
Abstract Tho rosults of invostigations on tho offoot
which cotton
fabrio finishing with uroaformaldohydo rosins has
upon
ohangos in tho fautn6as to light of colors producod by
dping with Rumanianmado diroot dyos aro roportod, A
oonsidorablo roduotion in tho fastnoss to light (24
marks)
was notod with dyos such as ohr7sophonino, diroot
pink M,
and diroot clarot A*.N, whilo inoroasos of fastnoss
to light
proportios woro notod with a niumbor of dyos which aro
fixod by Or and Cu salts, as woll as with thoso