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3/057/61/031/002/008/015 Penetration of hydrogen B124/B2O2 device is shown in Fig. 1; it consists of three main parts: 1) pulsed mass spectroscope IMS, 2) diffusion cell B, and 3) supply system:of the gas into cell B and IMS for calibrating the latter with respect to the gas flow. L is the Pd supply pipe, K a stopcock, IMS and the supply system were eva- cuated by means of two independent vapor - oil pressure pumps On-100 (TsVL-100), i.e., in the former to a residual pressure of about 5-10-7 mm Hg and in the latter to some 10-6 mm Hg. With a resolution Iof 60 the sensitivity of IMS to H 2 and D2 with respect to the vertical displace- ment of the oscilloscope beam of I mm. is equal to 1-84*10-7 and 2.92-10-7 mm.1/seeg respectively. The diffusion cell B is schematically shown in 2 Fig. 2. The cup-sbaped nickel membrane M with flat bottom (area-A - 2.55emo thickness d - 0.395 mm) was welded to the thick-walled steel cylinder C (wall thickness 10 mm) by means of copper. The cylinder 0 was.hermetlically connected with the flange P. The membrane was heated to 650-70000 by an external furnace P, the temperature was measured by a Pt-PtRh thermocouple with an accuracy of � 50. The time dependence of the height of the" peaks of H+ or D+ ions was measured for three different temperatures T (Fig. 3). 2 2 Card 2/4 f S/057J61/031/002/008/015 Penetration of hydrogen B124/B202 t The area F - 1(t)dt bounded by curve 1(t) and the axis of time is 0 proportional to the total amount of gas which has passed through the mem- brane during the time t, Fig- 4 shows the diagram FW for three different membrane temperatures, Fig, 5 shows the dependence of the quantities D(2) and P(l) (D -- diffusion coefficientg P -- specific permeability) on 1/T. The calculated values of E D (activation energy of diffusion)t Ep (ac Itiva- tior energy of permeability), P 0 and D0 (which are constants under the given conditions)9 So (solubility of the isotopes in nicke '1), and E a (dissolution temperature) are given in the table. These data indicate that 1) SOH - BoD, 2) EDH - EDD9 3) E p and E. of deuterium in nickel are by 800-900 cal./g-at. higher than in the light isotope, and 4) Do:Po in both hydrogen isotopes is equal to F2. The penetration of hydrogen into the nickel lattice can be divided into several stages as is illustrated by the energy Card 3/1~ 893.62 S/057/61/031/002/008/015 Penetration of hydrogen ... B124/B202 diagram shown in Fig. 6. An abrupt change of the diffusion properties of thesystem H 2-Ni is observed at the Curie point. The isotope effects ob- served are explained by the different dissociation energies of the molecules H2 and D2 and the different characteristic oscillation frequencies. There are 6 figures, I table, and 13 referencess 4 Soviet-bloc and 9 non-Soviet- bloc. ASSOCIATIONi Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut im. A. F. Ioffe AN SSSR Leningrad (Institute of Physical Technology im. A. F. Ioffe AS USSR, Leningrad) SUBMITTEDs June 30, 1960 Card VIA ACCESSION NR: "4017608 810109164/00910021035710359 i Sokollskaya, L L.1 AUTHOR: Zubenko, Yu. V-1 Shakirova, S. A Belyakov, Yu. L TITLE: 'Using an omegatron for investigating the composition of gages liberated by some vacuum coatings subjected to an electron bombardment SOURCE: Radiotekhnika i elektronika, v. 9, no. 2, 1964, 3S7-359 toPic TAG& nano spectrometer, omegatron mass ipectrometerl electron bombardment, vacuum device rerldual gas, Pt liberated residual gas, tin oxide liberate4 residual gas# Ag liberated residual gas, aquadag liberated residual gag, wMernite liberated residual gas ABSTRiCT: The results of an investigation of residual gases liberated by an electron bombardment of conductive coatings on glass, such as platinum. tin oxide. aquadag, oilier past*, and willemite on tin-oxide film, are briefly- Card 1/2. ACCESSION NR: AP4017608 reported. Although a qualitative Investigation of gases was the objective, some 7 quantitative results were obtained at pressures exceeding 10 torr. A most- simply designed onagatron was built, after J. S. Wegener, et al. (J. Appl. Phys., 1957, 28, 9. 1027),with a 15x 15x 15-mm resonance chamber. The gases liberated from Pt were: CO. Nt and CO.; those Hherated from other -coatings were: CO. N., and to a lesser degree CO,, and CHp The ion currents of I principal atomic or molecular ions are tabulated. Orig. art. has: 1 figure &ad 2 tables. ASSOCIATION: none SUBMITTEM, l8Jan63'.. DATE ACQ: l8M&r64 ENCL: 00 SUB CODZ: PH, GE NO REF SOV: 001 OTHM: 005 Card ZJZ BELYAKOV, Yu.I. I Eleatrnlvtic method for prodlucing atmdc hydrogen in a vaau=. Vest. LGU 20 no.16s140-141 165. (mank 1889) i- - ACC AP6034TT3 S06kCiCCODY. AUTHOR: Boguslavskiy, S. G.; Belyakov, Yu. M.--- I.ORG: none -66100210101 2/1086, WOWI 108 TITLE: Similarities of the dynamics of the water of the subantarctic intermediate current in the Atlantic SOURCE: AN SSSR. Izvestiya. Fizika atmosfery i okeana, v. 2, no. 10, 1966, 1082-10W TOPIC TAGS: ocean current., ocean dynamics, oceanographic expedition, oceanograVnic research facility ABSTRACT: The article reports results of investigations of the intermediate subant- arctic current by the expedition on the research vessel "Mikhail Lomonosov" in accordi with the International Program "Equalant-111" in 196~. The currents were measured with autonomous buoy stations with fuel and repair bases driven by windmills. The buoys were arranged perpendicular to the current in the line running from Rio de Janeiro to SanRogue. The average velocity in the core in the intermediate current was found to fluctuate between 20 and 40 cmlsec, with the quantity of the flow being near 30 x 108 m3/sec. Observations of the distribution of the temperature., salinity, and concentration of the oxygen were used to calculate the coefficients of vertical and horizontal exchanges., and also the vertical comporient of the average velocity. It is shown that the investigated current plays an important role in the formation of the water masses of the tropical and southern AtUntic. Maps showing the distribu 1/2 me: 551.465-45 ACC NR& AP6034M tion of the velocity and salinity in the core and the cross section through the irr' er- mediate current in various points are shown, and the distribution of the velocity as a function of the latitutde and longitude is given in the form of a table. A table showing the first and second derivatives of the temperature., salinity., and concentra- tion of the oxygen with respect to the three dimensions is also given. Orig. art. has; 2 figures., 1 formula., and 3 tables. SUB CODE: oe/ suBm DATs.- 24jan66/ oraG Ra: oo3/ oTH Ra: -oo4 .BFLYAKOV, Yu4H.; EELYAKOVA.. O.M. Doterminati 66'-of certain Oirameters of subsurface waves in.the Sargasso Sealy the'metho4 of autocorrelation. Trudy )br. gidrofiz.inst. AN URSR 28s3-10 163. (MIR& 170) 3) t-2. X, '-7- -7- lull~nze up-l-at" ut per -P~f '. .- -:.- , .:-t- t SOV/137-58-10-20423 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr 10, p I I (USSR) AUTHORS: Lisovskiy, D. 1. TITLE: Model Investigation of the Distribution of the Gas Flow in a Shaft Furnace (Issledovaniye na modelyakh raspredeleniya gazovogo potoka v shakhtnoy pechi) PERIODICAL: Sb. nauchn. tr. Mosk. in-t tsvetn. met. i zolota, 1957, Nr 27, pp 147-162 ABSTRACT: The conditions for application of the theory of similarity to the model testing of the motion of gases are presented. The study was conducted, at first, on a small model of a shaft furnace (1/20th of full size), where 3 sinter fractions, 8-10, 5-8 and 2. 5-5 mm, were used, corresponding to 160-200, 100-160 and 50-100 mm. The data obtained were verified on a larger model, in which the cross section of the shaft was 0. 425x 0. 425 m, and the height 1 m, the inside lining being fireclay 112 brick thick. The results showed that the distri- bution of the gas flows across the cross section of the shaft furnace depends upon the size of the material. An increase Card 1/2 in the size of the larger pieces of charge causes a more SOV/137-58-10-20423 Model Investi8ation of the Distribution of the Gas Flow in a Shaft Furnace uniform gas distribution, while a decline in lump size causes a greater flow of the gas toward the periphery. The most uniform distribution of the gas flow results: a) When a 15-20 mm fraction is charged, which, allowing for the dimensions of the model, would represent 60-80 mm in an industrial furnace; and b) when larger lumps of charge are placed in the middle than at the periphery. Ya. S. 1. Sintering furnaces--operation 2. Gas flow--Azialysis Card 212 BELYAKOV, Yu, P,: Master Tech Sci (dies) -- "investigation of the distribution of gas streams in a shaft furnace to intensify the melting of oxidized nickal ores an& reduce dust loss". Moscov, 1959. 13 PP (Min Higher Eduo US. 19R., Krasnoyarsk Inst of Nonferrous Metals im M. I. Kalinin).. 150 coPies (KLI No 15,, 1959P 116) BELYAKOVAj A.F.; KRYAKOVSKIY, YU-V-1 PAISOV, I*V* Effect of ram-earth metals on the structure and propertIO3 Of structural steel. Metalloved. i term.obr.met. no-907-41 S 165. (MIRA 18110) 1. Mbskovokiy institut stali L splavov. _.~ ~Y~Ajt; PA160Vq Z.V.-, MIYAKOVSKILY, Yu.L, V.ya. Causes of a high Impact Wighness in stnal conta.-.ning rar,~- earth metals, Viet&lloved, I term, c-br. itet. no.11;4.1 12 X 165 3 (KfRa 18i12) 1. Moskovsk-ly institut st-all i splavov. T BELDK ~ * - Y-l". 1. 4 -, .. ych, tt!khe iio.4*. law of tha stinulatlon of a ne"ro'd. Sc,~!'-- ft, i, 53-60 165 18:9) ,a k - UKHAROVA, 11.8.1 71,kPOZHNIKOV, I.I.; BEIZPYOV.B)DIN, V.I. L)rbernotic analysis of some data of i=unoepidemiological studies. Zhur.mikrobiol,, epid, I immun, 42 no,12M-20 D 165. (MIRA lgal) 1. Institut epidemiologii i mikrobiologil imeni Gamalel AMN SSSR, BELUKOVA A. (Leningrad) Young firement of V"ili I41amd. Pozhodelo 7 no-5:16-18 W 161, (KMA 34 -.5) 1, Sekretarl Vaoile0atrovskogo rayonnogo komiteta Vsqfoyuznogo Laninakog-o k-ommmia-tiobaskogo savusa molodasU, (Leningrad-A;aeers (Comnist y6th)) (Fire eictinction-Societies) BELUKOVAt'A. YAking luminous stencils by the.- decalcomania method. Av prom. 26 no.8:87 -A9 157. iMMA 15 94) (.Stencils and stencil cutting) BELYAKOVA, A, A"44000161 Training specialists. Avt.transp. 43 no.3:46-47 Mr 165. (MIRA 18:5) ZBOItOVSKIY, A.B.9 dotsent- BELYAKOVAp A.A.; YUJ140VA, G.F. Clinical tests of nitrosarbide in coronary disease. Vrach. delo no.6:36-39'.T6 161. (1-UiA 3-5:1) 1. Kafedra g"ospitallnoy terapii (zaveduyushchiy - dotsent A.B. Zborovskiy) nauchnyy rukovoditell - prof. I.V.Voroblyev). Stalin- gradskogo meditsinskogo instituta i trotlye bollnichno-poliklinicheakoye ob"yedi niye, IrCORONARY WM DISEASE) (SORSITOL) RRUTAKOVA. A.F.. meditsinakaya seatra (14oakwa) . The moral personality of a soviet nurse. Md. aestra, 22 no. 6:24~27 Je 163. (HUMM AND NMIM) (KML 16:9) ACC Me AP5027713, SOURCE CODE: I ui/0129/65/000/011/0041/0042 MTHOR: -Palsov,: I..-.Vi; Kgak vskiy, Yus Ve; Totarinti!!!U~~ ftlyakove &~7r*' ORG: Moscow Inatitute'of.'Steel And Alloys, (Moskovs1tty.institut atali t splavov) 'ure-earth metals TITLE, Cause of the-lkiRh:1210kct~ strenst "~qf steals containing SOURCE; Metallovedentys i termicheskaya obrabotka metallov, no. 11,4963, 41-429 if 4 and bottom ha of: insert facing_p~:Al TOPIC -TAGS-.: rave earth matallt'-iteeir. Metal. grain boundary-contamination, electron., microscopy, nonmetallic inclusion EK-5 electron microscope k6v I *BSTRACT: _Aivrecently, established' (A.- 'F.':Bel*a a at a NiTOK, -195,t, no. 9), the addition of e1eimenti. -(RkK) such"As- ~ferr"_Qceriuumnm o40MM40fiteel -results in th* of tfie-plasitic sulfides of e1substitution ~je And Mn witl~ relatively nonplastic spheroidal REMinclusions, i.e.with-sulfideefind oxysulfides.of Ce. itlis believed that REK decont4n.inate-,Sr&tn,boundAr.its and that this isohe of the ressonsfor theiv favorable effect on the properties gf steel.~To verify this,. the authors performed an I electroam.icros.5opic.examiaotionlof the structure and properties of 40104M steel alloyed with small amounts of REK. following Imimet tests of the specimenst,which re- vealed an increase of~as much as 6.6,kg-stj~;2 in.impact strength, sections of the specimens were etched to reveal thegrain boundaries and processed Into.replicas card. 1/2 UDCt 026.178.167:620.187.2:6199.85/;6. SUB CODE: Iti, SUBM DATE: .'.it6n*/ ORIG REF. :005/ OTH REF: .:000 cora PASHKOV, B.M.; KARACHIMSETA. V.V.; ROBUSTOV. 0J.; KHAMAGANOVA. A.V.; ANDRO- BOVA, AIA.- BnYAKOVA A.G.- MMW G. I; ZATURUSKAIA. P.0.; VTJOZAYZVA, MIA.; Me; TURANOT, KIM. I ka4didat medit-: sinskikh nauk, direkt DRONSHTXYX, V*G,q kandidat, meditsius];1kh nauk, savacluyushchiy; VIN916VA, K#A*,:z&veduFishchqLya. Results of the treatment of syphilis in children according to the 1949 pro- gram of the Ministry oT Health of USSR; preliminary communication. Test. venii derm. no.2:28-34 Mr-Ap 153. (KIAL 6:5 ) 1. Teentrallnyy kozhno-venerologichaskiy institut (for P"hkov. Karach6Tt- seva, Robustoy, Muumgi~nova, Taranov). 2. Bol'altea issul Korglenbco (for Androeova, Belyakovas Genkina, Uturenekayab 3, Vtoroy Xcekovskiy ireadin- spanser (for Tymekayeva, Golldsnpbrg. Bronshtsyn). 4. Pervyy vendispanser (for Boldyreva, Vinogradova). (Syphilis) (Pen~cillin--Thirapeutic use) USSR / Pharmacology and Toxicology--Chemotherapeutic V-6 Preparations Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biolq No 23, 1958) 107417 Author : Maslovq P, Ye., Petriishevskiyq S. E., Belyakovaj A. G. Inst : Not given Title : Pentabismolp a New Domestic Water-Soluble Bismuth Preparation for the Treatment of Patients Affected with syphilis Orig Pub: Vestn. dermatol. i venerol., 19579 No 3, 32-35 Abstract: Pentabismol (P), a water-soluble preparation of bismuth was used on 198 patients wish different forms ol syphilis. P was introduced intramuscularly in a dose of 2 ml every second day (in order to Card 1/2 PASHKOV, !B.H., prof.; AMMOSOVA, A.A.; ~ZjgAPYA,-A.G.; GENKINA, G.B.; kEATURENSXAYA, P.O.; MUKAGANOVA, A.Y. .Results of treating congenital syphilis according to the 1949 .treatment system and reasons for svitching to the 1954 system (vith ,summary in English]. Vest.derm. i ven. 32 no.1:37-42 Ja-1P 158. (MIRA 11:4) ,1. Iz otdela sigilidologii (zav.-Prof. N.A.Rozentul) TSeutrallnogo kozhno-venerologichaskogo inatituta (Ur.-dateent N.M.Turenov) Ministeretva zdravookhraneniya SSSR, iz Kliuicheakoy bollaitsy imeni Korolenko (glavnyy vrach-saalushennyy vrach RSFSR V.P.N1ko1Fqev) i kafedry kozhnykh i venericheakikh bolezuey (zav.-prof. B-M-Pahs1cov) Moskovskogo meditsinskogo stomatologicheakogo iustituta (dir.-dots. G.K.Beletakly) (SYPHILIS, CONGENITAL, ther. in Russia (Rue) MASLOVp Pale.; DZEMOVAS Ai-G.- Clinical aspeoto' treatments, and Irevention of Leiner's erytbro- derma deoqwaaativ=* Testedermei vene 34 no*101" 160a WMA 13:11) 1. rz TSOntrallnogo mauobno-isoledovatellskogo.koxbno-"qorologi- obaskogo inotit1t;a1sav. otdolm - prof. M*1., Rozqutulp dir, institute. - kat4emedouauk H*W* Turanov) Hiniatersiva zdrivookbra- neuiya RSM i is klizicheskoy kgzbno-venerologiobeakoy boltnitay imeni Xbrolemko (glav"y vraoh - A.I. Pttstovaya). (SKIN.-DISEASES) ROZEMLI, R.A., prof.; STUMITSIN, A.A 'prof,.'; MAStOV- P.Ye., stnrs* nauchnyy sotrudnik; RAKEWZVICH, Ye.Hp.,st4r-6hiy idauchnyy sotru4nik.; KWAWOVA, A.V.,, mladshiy nauchnyy sofrudnik; IYAWOVA, U.N., mladshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; KMWOVA) A..Poj mladshiy nmichnyy sotrudnik; g~l!XAKQYAA.G., vraclf,- ZATURENSKAYA, P.I., vrach Pathogenesis and treatment of ea2kna and neurodematitis in childrene Vestedermti v'eno no..3.2%3-8 161. (MIRA 1521) 1. Iz TSentr allnogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo kozhno-venero- logicheakogo inatituta (dir. -kand.medonauk N*H. Turanov) i iv Bollnitsy imeni, Korolienko (glavnyy vrach A.I. Pustovaya). 2. Boltnitsa imeni Korolenko (for Bellyakova i Zaturonskaya). (ECZBtA) (SKIN-DISEASES) BESPALOVA, M.T.1 PETROVSKAYAP L.B.j GORBUNOV, G.L., doktor geo!.- miner. nauk, red.; red. (Kola Peninsulal a bibliograpbV of Soviet literature, 19621 Kollskii poluostrov; blbliografJcheskil ukazatell sovetskoi literatury (1962 god). Apatity~ 1965. 62 P. (MRA 18:10) 1. Akadamiya nauk SSSR. Kolskiy filialo Kirovsk. Bibliotaka. Case of laryn.geal can..-er vilith pcou, lobul,-~ar of t'~,O. V:7,t. oto. lll~, no. 1, 1952 BELYAKOVAI YUDIK, Tu~A., red.; YMWAKOT, K.S., ~[Contracts covering the shipping of freight by rail] Dogovor zholesnodoroihnoi parevoski gruzov. Iad-vo Rosk.univ., 1958. 52 P. (MIRA 12:4) (Railroad law) I BEIYAKGVA~ Apgg SYROVATSKAYAp A.A. , red.; ------ NASUWNIKCfVA, T.A.) tekhu. red. (Liability for personal lnjuries]Vo2meshcbenie vreda., pri- chinennogo uvechlem. Moskva,, Izd-vo Mosk. univ., 1961. P. (KIRA 15:4) (Employers' liability) (Accident law) ,7%- C J"O_~j '4' SHUBERT. S.A.; PIMLrYA, A.M.; KUIZHIIISXIY. V.1.; SIDXMO, T.K.; AYMMAHMOT, D.N.; SOKOIDT. PALIKOTSMA, L.K.; BRUX-LEVINSM, T.L.; Z=AKGVA,A.N.;_XOZHHVffIKOVA, Ye.X.; AYRUSHCHMKO, R.A., reds iz&--im; VOIKOVi S.V., fWater purification for water supply to machine-tractor stations and state farms] Oebietke vody dlia vodosnabzheniia poselkov HTS i sovkhosov. Moskva, Ixd-vo H-va kommun.kbos..RSM, 195?. 69 p. (MIRA 11:6)- 1. Akademiya kommunallnogo khozvaystva, Moscow. (Water--Purification) Nater supp3,v, Rural) BEI,YAKQVA,,,A,.P.; BOKOV, Yu.S.,- LAVRISHCHEV, V.P.; KO.NOVAWV, P.G.; VASKEVICH, D.N. Photosensitivity of.polyvinyl cinnamate and its nitro derivatives. Vysokom. soed. 7 no.9tl637-1640 S 165. (MIRA 18:10) 1, Vaesoyusnyy zaochnyy politekhnicheskiy institut. BlLTAKOTA,.A.P.;.KULIKOT,.V,T#. ent ne '' ii- ture in 36-37-week pregnancy. Akush,i gin$'* S a oue uter ne rap 4 3~ no,5409 8-0,'Po 1. Is rony,nogo doma* (zaveduyushchiy Ao?, Belyakova), Zhigalevok MVbyabovokoy oblasti. CUTBRus-Ruprm) BELYAK A. S. and VARSHAVSKIY, G. Ye. E~ "Power --,x-panded to Potate the Ir.,stmtment Dari%,' t"0. Of Small-DW%etiir Shaftu," Razv-),!kp. I Clichrana ~lalr, Nio. 5, FvP 17-V~, 1954 SO: W311-~29, 2 Sei) 55 AID P - 332 SubJect USSR/Mining Card 1/1 Authors : Mezhlumov, 0. A., Belyakova, A. S. and Varshavskiy, G. E. Title : Three years of double bore drilling in Dagestan Periodical : Neft. Khoz., v. 32, #5, 27-30, MY 1954 Abstract : A comparison of single and double hole drillink; in dif- ferent depths (about 900, 1100 and 1500 meters) is out- lined. The rates of drilling in each case are presented in two tables. The results indicate the appreciable advantage of double bore drilling. 4 Russian references (1951-52). Institution : None Submitted : No date BILYAKOVA, A.S.; GRIGOWSKIT, V.H. Period of CY Ckgni. Astron.tair. no.207:13 D '59. OaRA 13:6) I* Odeaskaya astronomicheakaya observatoriya, eel* Mayaki. (Stars. Variable) 't f. .. GRIGOREVSKIY, V.M.; BELYAKOVA, A.S. CV Cygni, Per.zvezdy 13 no.2:136-142 N 160. NIRA 14-.10) 1e Odeaskaya astronomicbeokaya observatoriya. (Stars,, Variable) TURGELI, Ye*O#;JELYAKOVA, A,Ye, Thermal decomposition products of higher fatty acids. Trudy VNIIneftekhim no,5;63-74 162, (mA 15:7) (Acidst Fatty) K~M.. A&P,; MMVA OVAj_W*-,,-. Acute toxic dyntrophy of the liver in a pregnant woman* lkw&*' i gin. 37 noo2t99-100 .7 161* (KMA 340) 1. Is akunhersko-ginekologicheskogo otdeleniya (nacb. A.P. Keyear) Taroolavokoy dorozbnoy bolluitay Severnoy zhele=oy dorogie (PRWVANCYI- WOUGATIONS OP) (LIVEL-DISMES) CL11TIMED PLANTS. Potatoos. Vogetables. fteurbits- I'Lf ;I-WF NOLOGIYA, NO. 4, 1959. 110. 1566o Af "Pff4o R Us-nova , -1. ~ulyakova, G, S M1 . . Moscow Agr . AUCLU. TI T LE Certain Characterietics of the Growth and De volopment of American artichoke In the !,'oacow Oblast. 0 Ri G. 1-UP. AEKSTRACT Eb. stud. nauchno-issled. rabot. Vosk. s.-kh. akad. in. K.A. Tirai.ryazeva, 1958, vyp. 8. 89-95 ;The authors think It is inaccurate to divide the American artichoke sorts Into the rreed-tubee and White-tuber varieties. AccordinCz. toNbush type all sorts.can be divided into: (1, low-srowtii, droopJng, Intensely branching (hievskaya krasnaya, Belaya uro- zhaynaya, Vadim) doe5 not flower near lkloscow; (2) hIgh-growth, with straight-stand- Ing stalk, few branches ( Tambovskaya :Krasnaya, Saratovskaya, Hybrids 155,120,177-355~ 0;.. RD: 1/2 AID P - 1351 Subject USSR/Mining Card 1/1 Pub. 78 - 14/30 Author : Eventov, Ya. S., Illin, V. D. and Belyakova,G. M. Title : Artesian fresh water in the Stalingrad Region of the Volga River. Periodical ; Neft. khoz., v-32, #12, 49-51, D 1954 Abstract The geology. of the left shore of the Volga river is discussed in respect to the sand-clay formations essential for the accumulation of fresh water. Geological data and water capacities are given for various districts of the Volga river region. Institution: All-Union Scientific Research, Geological--Survqy Institute (VNIGRI) WIN. V.D 1111LY~AKIT ~G. SHMIDT' 0.1. .1~. 1, I Sedimente of the Danian 'tage In the lover Amu Darya RIver. Geol.nefti 2 no.10:46!478 0 '58- (MIRA 11:11) 1. VBegnyusnyy naucbno-Iseledovateltakly geologo-razvedochnyy neftyanoy institut. I (Am Darya Valley-Geology, Stratigrapb1c) ILIINI V.Dq,-, BELYAKOVAp G.M. Geology of the western margin of the Caspian Lowland. Trudy VNIGNI no.30:320-351 '61. (MM 14:9) .(Caspian Lowland--Geology) ALIYEV9 I,.M,; BELYAKOVAp G.X.; DIMSHTEYN, G.Kh.; ZRUKOVSM, L.G.; WIN, V.D.; 'KXYEM, -Yu.*----,7rx-VINA, Ye.Ye.; SOTIRIADI, K.A.; KHON, A.V. Some results,of the study of the geology of the Neogene and Qua- ternary movements of closed areas of western Uzbekistan using the method of geological mapping of the Pre-Neogene surface. Trudy VNIGNI no-30:64-72 161. (MM 14: 9) (Uzbekistan--Goologyt Structural) t 3487o-:66 WW/=(k)-2/T TJP(c) TT1*Wd1jT ACC NR: AP6014521 (A) SOURCE CODE: UR/0115/651000/011/0036/0038 AUTHOR: Buzinov, V. S.; Belyakova. G. M. ORG: none ,TITLE: Determining frequency error of TVB, thermoelectric converters SOURCE: lzmeritel'naya tekhnika, no. 11, 1965, 36-38 frequency characteristic, TOPIC TAGS: thermoelectric convertor / TVB thermoelectric convertor 4 ABSTRACT: Reference instruments are available for excluding frequency errors (up to 300 Mc, with a residual error of 0. 5% or less) from thermoelectric converters measuring 0. 1 amp or heavier currents. For lower current converters'. no such instrument has been available; hence, a method and equipment are suggested for determining frequency error in TVB-1 to TVB-7 converters which measure. currents below 0. 1 amp; the frequency error can be reduced to 1-1. 5%. Card 1/2 UDC: 621. L 34870-M ~,ACC NR,. AP6014521 1A half-wave symmetrical transmission line with a radiating dipole on one end and the test converter (or bolometer) on the other is recommended for finding the converter frequency error with relation to that of the bolometer. The latter can be estimated from well-known formulas. This method is held suitable for frequencies up to 1000 Mc. It was experimentally found that: TVB-1 converters can be used only at frequencies below 150 Mcl TVB-3, up to 300 Mc; TVB-4, -5.0 -6, and -7 have better frequency characteristics. Orig. art. has: 3 figures and 1 formula* SUB CODE: 09 SUBM DATE: none ORIG REF: 003 Card _j 24-7100 AUTHORS: TITLE: PERIODICAL:- ABSTRACT: Card 1/3 77126 sov/7o-4-6-27/31 Belyakova, G. S., Belyayev, L. M. Organic Mix-Crystals for Scintillation Counters, Brief Communications Kristallografiya, 1959, vol 4, Nr 6, PP 929-930 (USSR) The article deals with the luminescente spectra of impure naphthalene crystals grown from a.melt, contaminated with 0.001-1.0% anthranilic acid, methylanthranilate, 1,4-diphenylbutadiene-l.,3, and i,6-diphenylhexatriene-1,3,5. The impurity contents in the crystals are not studied, but the changing luminescence spectra and light output indicate the differing impurity contents in the crystals. 'A change in the spectra occurs only if the con- taminating molecules are similar to those of the solvent with which they form solid solution, i.e.. mix-crystals. There are 2 figures; and 4 references, Organic Mix-Crystals for Scintillation Counters. Brief Communications ilimax 100- r% 80- % 60- % 40- 0 350 400 4se 500A 77126 SOV/70-4-6-27/31 Fig. 1. Luminescence -ra of naphthalene spect cr-,,stals contaminated by various impurities: (1) pure crystal; (2) crystal contaminated by 1,4-diphenyl- butadiene (1%); (3) by anthranilic acid (1%); (4) by 1,6- diphenylhexatriene (0.5%). Card 2/3 Organic Mix-Crystals for Scintillation 77126 Counters. Brief Communications SOV/70-4-6-27/31 3 Soviet, I U.K. The U.K. reference is: J. Birks, Proc. Phys. soc., 63, 36, 9A, 1944, 1950. ASSOCIATION: Crystallographical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (Institut kristallografii AN SSSR) SUBMITTED: June 15, 1959 Card 3/3 ACC NR, AP0021716 S(X1RCF CODE: UR/0237/66/000/00 3/0018/00 AUTHOR.:-- Belyakova,*G. V.; Prokoplev, V. M. ORG: None 'TITLE: Analysis' of a raster modulator in form of a grating SOURCE: Optiko-mekhanicheskaya promyshlennost', no. 3, 1966 18-24 TOPIC TAGS: optic modulator, 0*001-or C*z 44ecr. photoelectric detection ABSTRACT: 'This paper investigates the modulation process of a radiant flow with an arbitrary two-dimensional energy distribution over its cross section, by a raster modulator in form of a.moving grating. The problem posed is to find the modulator ou put, as a function of time, on the basis of a specified modulator (constant specified velocity of adimensionally and optically specified grating), and a knov%m modulator input. The purpose of this research is to enable calculation of the output spectrum I of a phototransducer, fed by the 'radiant flow of the modulator output on the basis ofl a known input to the modulator. The modulator is assumed in form of a grating with alternate fully transparent and fully opaque strips, moving with a velocity Vx along.~- the x-axis.An arbitrary distribution of luminosity in the plane of the modulator, E (x, y), is assumed. Expressions are developed for the computation of the amplitudes! and phases of the harmonic components of themodulated radiant flow. As an example,, Cord 1/2 UDC: 621 ACC NR; AP6021716 the modulation of a radiant flow having a uniformly illuminated circular, semicircu- lar, square and rectangular cross section is studied and determined for various ori- entations of the cross section with respect to the strips of the rostral modulator. Formulas for the calculation of the important first signal harmonics are given. The developed theoretical conclusions and formulas are substantiated by an experimentsl verification. Orig. art. has 5 figures, 24 formulas. SUB CODE-. 17 SUBM DATE: 25M%y65/ ORIG REP: 003/ OTH REP-. 002 -,: ........ .... z 22V t) R i 21144 5- OR-~~, iv ~G. Bi 9 It tht:vork dist iaces, T 41-~'~Abi ,"7 TlTit A photoelectrild-method for tisasuift3 ing .8 no 4 1965, 104- SOURCE: 1VUZ.. Priborostroyen ye v S log TOPIC TAGS: photoe~phic 16ns,-60tic instrument -industrial instrument- A!3STRA a-p ot 'Instrument for -determi disl~' M '~.The-~ author.- describes' h oelectric Ding the tance'between a camera 'lens and:4ts.imAge-Olafid'.'-A.s'chematic diagram of the., device', - i shown in'fig. 1 of the Endlosuro*. The -circitlar'-diaiphragm 3'is minated by. ificandescent'lard6,1 through condenser; lens 2, and the image is projected by~the to be tested 4 and collimator lens 5 on i"ier 7 -which. is made in the form of a_ ~radial test negati,~e. :Th at the focal plane of the collimator- e lens. or,'6 -to modulate -the light flux with'a -frequency- The'raster is rotated by mot given y t e fozamla f im, nN, where n is the' nusber of rotations of the raster'. and. 9- Is thi humber of transpareit or opoue sectors an th4leat q als 'a" fmwodt4 Uiii:8'on-ph6toreceive Wfi iir~- 4ht:, ato r 99 ic varts. Card V5 Y . . .. . . -ilectiiA c a gn 61- - 1 1, ',- . ;.. -a' t L. Ubi "-IA fe ---to*..V4k- W9 fl queue 04 OW A y _~.It ott,~n T1w 0, 6 iguA .,*Ja~jj 4* W~4:kj.40 of the: 0 ecta ilk I b`ai _'at 0 d OUR Of' t 0~; fluxi. The -'al ddiv so., t44 - Ima", di d whwtha- e ama er~ ign-4 - ude 40 'bareasedi _t. opt of c - s e f lhe`t~ 'los ameter of 0". h mod iition s.'reau ed''Cie c ure d by~-t diaphrag'm -is given, hi;forwdla d, 2w,Rf,,:9 Mhere _R 'is the.-working'. of -the'. 2- ras~er in mm'.- W1 the tota liumber: o#~,swqj'td47a';-iO-- the- rist6r, fb btreii~h 6t e i i st6a,:*. ~3~fA4 thia 16cal len 43 -,t 1 t -4- function, -6h, Uens The kitii0h 'in 66duiatloh-d6pth~Ids,- of _.dffO;4U'Sin,g. - -the En- osurai -T e. si ah Acicura~ of - *6~ nst* AMIAC -fig. 2b 6 h proved -by;makin*g'-'t,he, iieasur'emen,ts th oqt-`;o'f--ka~ui plois .%h _i6 Itive, ;3_, e 'and negative siop'pp" of,this:cur44~are- a- MUMe The a' Ufk* t Ai- pe parNOM Bird! 0 19 j 'instrument am i n pt ata ~~piii44 ~ith".those of vi'sWaldt: and Ohot g ve an d id'-AAn`ae,s-..,. lic methods for. detez~mlnifi`af Oe workingv d(oauces Of two I.Card-.416' M Rit f ACCESSION IM t A.056215984 UR/0286/65/,OW/013/0070/0070 'k Aw.H0162 Kor V K .' ", V. F.J. gtak' 'j.; V. A.; Shitikov, V Belyakova-VJA,Aq~*, holtalkova, S. 1;z -4k I '- TlTLEi A m-thod for obtaining phenol 9. ldeh~de re&'s! Class 39, No. 172489 SOURCE: DyuLloten' izobroteniy i tovarnykh znakov, no, 13, 1965, 70 TOPIC TAGSs resin$ phenolaidehyde, formaldehyde ARSMACT i This Author Certificate presents a method for obtaining phenolaldehyde ,resins by condensing phenol or formaldehyde in the presence of a solvent, The condensation is conducted in the presonce of mathylol derivatives of phenolphtha- leizie, using dimethyl formamide as the solvent. AOSCGIMIONt none. WDRITTM: 13Ju)-62 FMW 00 SUB GoDst 00 NO RZF SOVt 000 OTHMs 000 Card 'A SENII Z.F.; SIVCHIKOVA, M.G.; LUCHU, M.Khe; PELYAKOVA, I.N.; YABW, O.F.; UYN, F.L. Possibility of lowering the temperature of porcelain tiring and of its replacement in drying tinder high temperatures. Stek.i ker. 19 no.9:21-24 8 16~~ (MIRA 15:9) (Porce 77, L 4177.66 ACC N14 AP56-74jr 02 ~S-Q" pq SOUNX COM tM/0286/65/000/015/0083/0083 -.n ZatulLO2 0. e.; Undus L"Cl Koehel U s as '01' il V4 Boyartnova. !VE 0 In V. V PW In is Teve it: Ohn akin N. &k 14ellnikov, _ ~A T PO 0"! -I- ns razov, a. S. v elyakova. Ki, A~; danovvk .6 Lys S. r kia-ya, jr* us ITLEM I beat-resistant, nickel-base allgo Class ho, 10. 11AIO (Wwo tral.8clintifle Bedsore- T- sutp of ftrrous Metallurg as unced n B4,rd1sCjTosatrAI'AYJ# MUST chemor metanurgii)l a ;kektftMe MIs In. to F. Cls Aralloten' .1sobretonly I toyarnykb anakov, no. 13, 1965, 83 MPIC TAOSS alloys nickel alloys qhromiM"l-ontsining alloy, -zojzMn containing alloy#.tMzoten gutaining alloy, UjwdW 47 ontainins alloy pawAnum mtsiving anal CsAxn-watainU4 allay, %Leryllium containlig alloy, cerium containing-dIcy -baxe ABBMCTt TbAm Autbor Cortiticate Introduces a wrought, he 'Wistant, nickel J~ allay vith imp mechmical prooorties and velftbi I no 7 tontabs IT to 20% chromium, .=2% 6olybdeam, o-6% tungsten, 2-541111=11i "I-0 alUminuot 0.1% max carbodl 6% ask Im, 0*01% an sulfur% 0.015 ul pbwpb a# Qi 3%. Lx =a- &anodes. 01M am sillcong 0,01% wx WMA and 0.02% Ux'COriusiv, (All O=i.~: Wj.-S~M Mgt' 05ftb6h/ ono Ma 000/ M wi 000/ ATO, PSM J -A&N, 0YKS) G.N.; MATEVOSYAN, P.A.; ANSHELES, I.I.; FATKULLIN, O.Kh.; SELIVANOV, VJI.; SHURYGINY G.D.: SIVKOV, S.S.; FZDAN, A.T.; Prinimali uchastlye: PETROV, B.S..; KULIKOVA, N.N.; P01101-WIT-V, Ye.N.; PONOUREVA, Yu.I.; ZININA, R.H.; FEDOROV, V.I.; WLYAKOVA, K.V. - --, 11 ~ Results of vacuuming ball-bearing steel by various methods. Stall 24 no.9:805-SO8 3 164. (MIRA 171:10) A BALTAXOTAO Z* In technical comittees of the International Standards Organization*' -Standartizateiia 24 no.3t62 Mr 160. (KM 13:6) (Standards. Angineering) I ~" MXAKOVA, L. [Bieliakova,, L. KAPUSTINA, Z. With the otudento of tbe-Kherkor Technical Institute, Znan, ta. pratsia no.5:15 Nr"63. (MIRA 16W (Technical education) BELYAROVA-, L. A. .Publichnaia, biblioteka. Otdel gigieny i restavratsii knige The resQrvaticz of book resources; manual for libraries. 1,;skva, 1954. 72 p. (55-35659 Z706.1187 1. Books - Conservation and restoration. 1. Beliakova, L. A. ~ lev speoles of the genus Ob"tomium, Biul,MOIP,Otdblol9 59 no,605-86,X-D 1540* (KML 8:2) (Fungi) S,17LYAKOVA, L. BELYAKOVA, L. A.: "Mold fungi on books and the testing of chemicals to combat them." Moscow Order of Lenin and Order of Labor Red Banner State U imeni A. A. Zhdanov. Leningrad, 1956. (Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate Biological Sciences). Kniz,hnaya letopis', No 39, 1956, Moscow. BUTAXOTA, L.A. Sodium pentachloropbonolate as an antiseptic preventing mold on glue. Mikrobiologila 23 no-6:713-717 N-D 056. (HLRA 10: 1) 1. Gosuclaretvannaya bibliotake SSSR im V.I.Laninas (MROLS'. off , pentsohlorophonyxy sodium, antiseptic off. on fungi) (YOGI. off . of drugs on pantachlorophenyoxy sodium, antiseptic off,) BELUKOVAP.L.A. Y -irradiation 4s, a method of disinfecting books contaminated by ihold scores. Mikrobiologiia 29 no.5:762-765 s-o ,6o. WFA 3.3:n) 1. Gosudarstvennaya biblioteka SSSR imeni V.I.Ianina. (BOOKS-DISINUCTION) ' (MOLDS (BOTANY)) (RADIATION STEMLIZLTION) GUDIN, N.V.v kand. khim. nauk; BELYAKOVA L A insh.1 SHAPNIKp M.S., insh. Zinc and cadmium plating in electrolytes Used on ethanolami complexes of metals. Mashinostroenle no.3:66-67 My-Je 163. (MM 16&7) 1. KazansIdy khimiko-tekhnologichookiy institut, (Zine plating) (Gadmium plating) (Ammines) -65 EWT(m)/W(l)~/Fl~V(j )/T -'KWT(t1/DN(b D 'ti, J/x L. 63092, Pe AGGESSION Mt AR5012746 UR/0276/65/000/003/B076/B076 621.357.7:669-58 SOURGE-. Ref aZh, Tekhnologiya mashinostroyeniya. Svo&&yy tom., Abso 3B571 AUTHORS: Beiyakova, L. A.; Win, N. V. TITLE.- Addition of comp. lex zinc and cadmium compounds aid the importance of t b-0 nature of the anions ~Lbr nickel-I copper-9 and zinc-plat'ing elect-roIrves With aminocomplexesfj CITIM SOURCEt Sb. Nekotorjye vopro teorii i praktiki ispollz. v gallvanotekhm neyadovit. elektrolitov. Kazan', 19614, 45-50 TOPIC TAGS: plating, nickel oladding., copper cladding, zinc plating, electro- actroplating solution, anodic protection platinE, T-WISUTIONt The influence of additions of various cationns on the comp-c'sirion of electrolytic depositions obtained from complex soii-tions inveptigated. It .4a6 octabli.--ted that the introduction ,-,f cadinvium, salts ir',,,,,~ a ar,,r-,o-,1du:-i electr~:,lyte leads to increased brightnes3 cci --,r-q7n-o-,7-.3d :itn~,ctur,- of the fOrrzd deposits. It is asswzed that th,3 img.-cried qaality ~,I' ttie coatir4,7 is (~. 1/2 L 63020-65 ACCEMION NR: AR50U TO connected'with the formation of cadmur. hydroxide close to the electrode wi,:b a be obta:Lnw-1 by introducing- Zwi~orLI'into the- solittion; then passivation Of- - the anodes is commletely eliminated. Improvement of the structure oil zim, demsits is also observed irith the introduction of eadmiw-.q salts i-ito the ethyienodiam-uie complex. Yu. Polukaro-, STU B 0 OD 9 , Kf,'C RICIL.- DO .~Cord t'ACCESSION XR: AR4023359 S/0284/64/000/002/0029/0029 SOURCE: VZh. Voprosy* tekhnicbeskogo progressa I, 6rganizatell, prolzvodetva V Imasbinostroyenii~ Abe, 2-35-169 AUrHOR; Belyakovap Le Bo ................. TITLE: Certain problems of blueprint data of parts CITED SOURCE: Tr. Proyekta., tekhnol. I n,'-i. in~-ta._Volgo-Vyatsk. sovnarkhoz, vy*p. 2, 1963,, 29-50 TOPIC TAGS: coding, coding blueprint data, stamped-sheet parts coding., techno- 4 logical process automation, computer-controlled machine tools TRANSLATION: The coding of information from blueprints of parts that are stamped from metal sheets and strips of constant thickness has been Investigated, In planning the technological processes of such parts with the aid of an electronic computer (EC), the original information from the blueprints is coded and recorded in the form of a definite system of digits. Before such a blueprint is-codedj, one has to determine whether It Is actually necessary to feed Into the ZC &3.1 the ..card AccEssmN NR: AR4023359 !information contained in the blueprints. The solution of this problem depends ion the structure-of the algorithm and on the class of the parts under consider- !ation. The recommended coding method is applicable to any stamped part. The Ilines of the part's blueprint are coded directly and not its three-dimensional Ishape. By means of a pencil and ruler the coder draws 4 mutually perpendicular Istraight, lines which separate the projections of the part (coordinate axes) on 'the blueprint and be marks off the junction points and the given centers of cir- Icular arcs. The marked-off points are projected on the coordinate axes and their 1projections are then numbered in a fixed order. The coding sheets are then Ifilled following a prescribed order. The information from the blueprint is di- Ivided Into three groups: the configuration of the part and the smoothness of its surfaces; the dimensions of the part; and the openings in the coded part. While filling coding sheets, one finds first on each projection the lower left marked- off point of thLi!contour and then proceeds "around" the contour of the projection ! icounterclockwise, recording into the separate column of the coding sheet the in- :formation. about each line between two adjacent junction points., This Is followed :by data about each line within the contour of the projection,, The article pro- :sents the form of the coding sheet and the order in which it Is completed; it presents also ibe pricedure for compiling the algorithms. There are 3 figures and 5 tables. Card 2/3 0 -5 Distr-. hz-hj ad=ptl-c-i by S-.0. ~tls oi Lncwn surface wcrc Act.! Th c vmt:&Td Sid, %amplt~ (DmItigit, eX al., C-4. 44. . J63 seftfs C-T u.13 V~ith .1 t,1!2.,' r-3re roi. U U.21~4) cc.,'g -Ta, &ad 4 industrial ijelp!ts. p~:r-t vcl. 0 35-4) 43 m. -,-eTc puti&d " befor-e but dri-d ZE 260', and the P~t Varted betwctn IN and 2' . A. Tbt 1 it ad~,)rptm~ i -0-erri obtaimtd - =a, rc,enuh!e. ori,% t~ the s-!~ but tht~ s~-ctLdliig cvc'~ wc~rc re- Ve7sible. T." adsorptfaa iv--therms c1 Cie cuacsc- -.:!d fim~ prain -.cis with hydteed vc:ifv.~ w~fc- luzKtk-ai FA Ll ~e amr.. I-y,dmted sich was. oil the g4l smrfitee, this she%vd that the v4serption rtwilted frain the lor=-floq (d a-bonds betweell the 14,0 Er.415. Amd *ha 011- on the Kel iu~m T!tz ther- Wstary cf the gcLi and tItzir pon! diams. a!Tec;cd very m at i1ttle the rcvrrsib.'e sdsat-,tio-,n ef water vapo". The &rca of the gel surfacc sxcvpkd by I m,1. ~f watc- wat 25 &q A. W, "A. Sternb