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BELYANKIN,, F.P. (Bieliankin, F.P.1; YATSENKO) V.P.
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Longitudinal bending of a rodsubjected to central compreision.
Zbir.pratet. Inst.mekh.Aff 04no.23:9299 161.
(141M 14:12)
(Elastic rods and wires)
BEIYANKIII, F.P. [Bieliankin., F.P.1; YATSENKO, V,F.
Regularities in the development of plastic deformatioma in wood
aubjected to.continuous long acting loads. Zbir.prats'.
Inst.mekh.AN URSR no.23:135148 162. (KEM 14:12)
(Deformations(Melehanics))
BEIZANKIN, Fedor Paylovich. KOVAMKO, A.D., akademik#
s re s; WYAK, O.N., red.; LISOVETS'p O.M.fLysovets'.00M.3p
tekhn. red.
(Effect of gravitation of the moon and sun on crustalt6c''tonic
processes]Tektoniobni protsesy v.lzemnii.kori.pid gravitataiizWm
vp'Lyvom Misiatsiiata Sontsia. Eyivs Vydvo.Akad. nauk URSR
.1962. , 51 P. (KIRA 15:3.21
1. Akademiya nauk Ukr. M (for Kovalenko).*
(EarthSurface) (Gravitation)
CIMWAK,, Nikolay lit ich;,JZLYAVM,Y.Lp akademik, otv. red.;
NAZARENKOP G.T., nauchiVy red.; YEFIMOVA, M.I., tekhn.
red.
(Mechanical properties of steel in the range of small plastic
deformationsl Mekhanicheskie svoistva stali v oblasti zalykh
plastichookikh deformatsii. Kiev, Izdvo Akad. nauk USSR, 1962.
103 P. (MIRA 15:7)
1. Akademiya nauk USSR (for Belyankin).
(SteelTesting) (Deformations (Mechanics))
DRAYGORP David Abramovich; VALICHUK, Georgiy Iosifovich; BELYANKIN,
akademik, otv. red.; HDMIK, T.K., redJ_zdva;
RUIM9 Yu.B.9 telchns red.
[Effect of wear on the fatigue strength of steel consider
ing the scale factorIVIiianie i=osa na ustalostnuju proch
nost' stali 9 uchatom mashtabnogo faktora. Kiev, Izdvo
Akad. nauk USSR, 1962. U0 p. (MIRA 16:4)
1, Akademiya nauk Ukr,SSR (for Belyankin).
(SteelFatigue) (Mechanical wear)
KORNOUKHOV, Nikolay Vasillyevich, akademik; JZLWLV,,J~.~t., akademik,
otv. red.; STRELIBITSKAYA, A.I., doktor tekhn. nauk; AMIRO,
I.Ya., kand. tekhn. nauk, red.; DLTJGACH, M.L., kand. tekhn.
red.; YEREM M Ot V.S., kand. tekhn. nauk, red.; NIKITINp
Yu.P., kand. tekhn. n~u~, red.; PAVLOV, I.G.,, kand. tekhn.
nauk, red,; POLYAKOV, P.S... kand. tekhn. nauk, red.;
KIYANITSkGUSLISTAYA, N.N., mlad. nsuchn. sotr., red.; ORLIK,
Ye.L.,,red.; LISOVETS, A.M., tekhn. red.
(Selected works on structural mechanics] lzbrannye trudy po
stroitellnoi mekhanike. Kiev.. Izdvo AN Ukr.SSR, 1963. 321 p.
(MIRA 17:2)
1. Akademiya nauk Ukr.SSR (for Kornoukhovp Belyankin).
.MLYANKINS F.P. (Bleliankin, F.P.] (Kiyev); DYEENKO, G.I. [Dybenko, H.I.]
( mi),
FXfeot of temperature on the specificimpact strength of laminated
plastics. Prykl.mekh. 9 no.5006512 163. (MIRA 16tio)
1. Institut mekhaniki AN UkrSSR.
____,BELYANKINJ, F.P.; DYBENKO, G.I.
Effect of the rate of deformation and of the rate of loading on
the strength of samples of various sizes of laminatedplastics.
Zav.* lab. 29 no.10.1235lUO  163. (MM l6tl2)
1. In8titut makhaniki AN UkrSSR.
STAVRAYU, L.N.; YEPANCHINTSEVA. I.A ; BETLYOKIN F F akadamik,
,eTc
retsenzent; VAYNBMG, D.V.; PrOr.r COKLOr nauk,
retsenzent; SAIMOYLOV, B.N., red.
[Simple theory for the calculation of rods under an
extended load, Prostelshaia teorija raschata sLerzhnei na
prostranstvermuiu nagruz"; uchebnce posoble dlia studentov.
Kidbyshev, Kuibyshevskil 1nzhanerncstrr)ite1'nYi frlt im.
A.I.Rikoiana, 1963. 54 p. (MIRA 17:7)
1. Jkkademlya nauk Ukr.SSR (for Bellyarkin),
BELYANKIN, F.P. [Bieliankin, F.I. J, akademik; 1OUTSUK, A.A. [Krytolik, AL.A.
P,4qsonla coefficient and deformation coefficients of hmirztcd
DSFB plastic. Dop. AN UIUR no.12;15961599 163. (,,aRA 17:9)
1. Institut mokhaniki AN UkrSSR. 2. All UkrSSR (for Belyankin).
STRELIBITSKAYA, Aleksandra Ivanovnaj_I~ELYAN~I.NI.P,~p akademlk,
oty, red,
(Limiting state of frames made of thinwalled rods and
subjected to torsional banding) PredelInce sostolanie ram
iz tonkostenrWkh sterzhnei pri izgibe s krucheniems Klevy
Haukova dumka, 1964. 254 pe NIRA 17:12)
1. Akademlya nauk Ukr.SSR (for Belyan)dn).
YATSENKO, Vladimir Filippovich;
DYBENKO, Georgiy Ivanovich; KOVALENKO, A.D., akademik,
otv. red.; GILEIAKH, V.I., red.
(Strength and.deformability of laminatad plastics] Proch
nost' i deformativnost' sloistykh plastikov. Kiev, Na
ukova dumka, 1964. 217 p. (MIRA 17: U)
1. Akademiya nauk Ukr.SSR (for Kovalenko).
BELYANKIN, G.P. [BieliankJn, F**Polo akademikj DYBENKO, G.I. (Dybenko, R.I.]
Ametional, temperature dependence of the mechanical characteristics I
of a DSP plastic. Dop. AN URSR n09:11401143 161.
 (MIBA 14:11)
1. AN USSR (for Belyankin).
V:Laotics)
BELYANKIN L.F. VORONTSOV, V.V.
Short ravlaw of the historT of the atadjr or low Ylbl~dzolc
aedimento in the Kenderlyk trough. Trudy Lab.geolugl.
no,,32:177179 161., (KML 24:8)
(Kenderlye Valley4oal geology)
BELYANKIN, L.Fs; VORONTSOV) V,V.j VOLKOVA) I.B.
Lithofacies cbaracterlatica of lower Meamic sedimente. Trudy
Lab.gef3l.ugl. no.12:199.207 161. 1 (KMA 14:8)
(Kenderlyk ValleyCoal geology)
I/
BELUNKIN., L.F.; VOLKOVAI I.B.
Characteristics of lower Mesozoic coalbearing sediments in
the Kenderlyk trough. Trudy Iab.geolougle no,.12:235246 161,
(MM 148)
(Kenderlyk ValleyCoal geology)
VOLKOVA, I.B.; NALIVKIN, D.V.; SLATVINSKATAp Ye.A,; EOGOMAZOV, VA;
GAVRILOVA0 0.1.; GUREVICH, A.B.; MUDROV~ A.M.; NIKOLISKIYy V.M.;
OSHURKDVA.. M.V.; PETRENKO,, A.A.; FOGREBITSKIYI Te.O.; RITENEERG9
M.I.; BOCHKOVSKIYf F.A.; KIM, N.G.; LUSHCHIKHIN, G.M.; LYUEER,,
A.A.; YA~WONTSOV, A.V.; SENDERZON, E6.M.; SINITSYN, V.M.; SHORIN,
V.P.;A~ ~ ; VALITS, I.E.; VLASOV, VA; ISHINAt T.A.;
KONIVETS, V.I.; MARKOVICH, Ye.M.; MKRINSKIY, V.V.; PRDSVIRUKOVA,
Z.P.; RADCHENKO, O.A.; SEMERIKOV, A.A.; FADDEYEVA, Z.I.; BUTOVAt
Ye.P.; VERBITSKAYA, Z.I.; DZERSLITOVSKAYA, O.k.; DUBARI, G.P.;
IVA)b3V, N.V.; KARPOV, N.F.; KOLESNIKOV, Ch.M ; NEFED'YEV, L.P.;
POPOV, G.G.; SHTEMPELI, B.M.; KIRMOV, V.V.,: VVWOV, V.V.;
[deceased]; MURATOV. M.V.,
SALINIKOV, B.A.; NDNAKHOVA, L .P.
GOBSKIY, I.I., glav. red.; GUSEV, A.I., red.; MOLCHANOV, I.I.,
red.; TUMOV, A.V., red.;,SRABAROV, N.V., red.; YAVORSKIY, V.I.,
red.; REYKHERT, L.A.,, red.izdva; ZAKARAYEVA, R.A., tekhn. red
[Atlas of maps of coal deposits of the U.S.S.R.]Atlas kart ugle
nakopleniia na territorii SSSR. Glav. red. I.I.Gorskii. Zam.
laav. red. V.V.Mokrinskii. Chleny red. kollegii: F.A.Bochkovskiy
i dr. Moskva, Izdvo Akad. nauk SSSR, 1962. 17 p.
(MIRA 16:3)
1. Akademiya nauk SSSR. Laboratoriya geologii uglya. 2. Chlen
korrespondent Akademii nauk SSSR (for Muratov).
(Coal geoloaMaps)
GLIKI, N.V.; BILYANXIN, N.V.,, akademik..
"Dew* method as applied to the study of the spiral growth stages. Dokle
AIF,~!90 no.4:541543 Js '53. (Mraa 6:5
I.Akademlya, Nauk SSSR (for Belyankin). 21 Institut kristallografii Aka
demii nauk SSSR (fat Gliki). (Crystallography)
BELYANKIN, L.F.; VORONTSOVS V.V.
Geological characteristics of lower Mesozoic sediments in the
Kenderlyk trough* Trudy Labogeol.ugl. no.12:188199 161.
(KDU 14:8)
(Kenderlyk ValleryCoal geology)
BEI~j.~ ~L~
Tectonic movements in the lower Mesozoic in the area of the
Kenderlyk trough. Trudy Lab.geol.ugl. w.12t232 161. (MA 14:8)
. (Kenderlyk ValleyGeology, Structural)
BELYANKIN, L.F.
Evaluating of lower Mesozoic coal potentials of the Kanderlyk'
trough. Trudy Lab.geol.ugl. no.l2s246247 161. (KM 34:8)
(Kenderlyk ValleyCoal geology)
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StoletiyV So Drya Rozh%niya Dokychaye!va. M. L., 19h9, S. 5658
SO: Letopis' No. 33, 1949
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BELYANKIN,'T.I., agronom.
Sowing corn with other crops for green fodder. Zemledelie 5 no.5:9192
MY '57. OMLRA 10: 7)
(Kostroma ProvinceCorn (Maize))
BELYAM M, A. 1.
PELYANTIIM, A.I. "Electroacoustical Propertiem of CVrbon Microphone
Powder." Min Commnicmtions MS,(. Ddnprad Electrical
Bnginomripr In5t of Corxrunicntiom iieni Frofes?or FonchPri7evich.
Leningrad, 1956. (Dissert~tionfor the Degree of
Cendidate in Technic&l Science)
So: Knithrvya Letopist, Vo. 18, 1956,
BELYANXINA, M.N.; DOIBINOV, Ye.A.
Genesis and the structural position of granites in the northwestern part
of the Yenisey Range. Vast. Mosk. un. Ser. 4: Geol. 18 no.6:59U ND
163. (MIRA 18:7)
1. Kafedra diamicheskoy geologii Moskovskogo universiteta.
. . . . . . . . . . . .
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ph,,~in .13 tructures ir., t?:e rrjrt,i we i, t rn f ,a r t of thl,.~ 1.r, I :~,y Eftribt? .
Geotaktanika no.2.1731 IL~Ap 165. (MIR'l is, i)
1. Mo.,kovsl,.Iv gosudarstvernT !non :3
; un2v,v,7!,At lireni. 1,~ ..;;.ova.
BMYANKMA, Ye. D. Cand GeologMineralog Sci
DiB6e'x~tation'.*'"Chemi66mizi6iiLl6gi6,i1 Investigation of the PotasBiumSodium
Feldspars of Caucasus and Transcaucasia." 8/6/50
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:Sr. and Ild, nr~ ev6i inoru Sr, whKe for. the other kkdsroz~,
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"Chemical Idneralopical Investigation of PotasBiumnsodium Feldspars of the
Caucasus"
Tr. Inta Geol. Nauk AN SSSR., No 147., Petrografich. Seriya, 1953.. No 43,
185222
In all the specimens of potassiumsodium feldspars analyzed the author es
tablished the following contents; SrO, 0.090.13%, and Me, 0.10072,1.
The assayed purity of the material forces one to assume the presence of
magnesium in the lattice of the feldspar. (RZhGeol, No 3, 1954)
SO: W31187, 8 liar 55
IIIIYAMNA, YO.D.
~ . 1  ..1 , ., jb&wa,~,~
 A'~~O=pqoVgy of muscovite in pegmatite veins. Trudy InSt,geol.nauke
noA65:7f77 155. (HLBA 9: 4)
(muscovite) (Pagmatites)
BBLYAMN&, Ye.D.; GMI73VA. M.Ya.; IGKkTOVA, N.D.; PZTROV, V.P.1
K.I.; AFANASIM, G.D., glaynyy red.; ZAUSSKIY, B.T.,
kand.gool.min.nAuk. otv.red.; KA.KUNI, Ye.V.,takhn.red.
[Genesis and types of commercial muscovite) Genezis i tipizataii
promyshlennogo muskovits, Xoekva, Izdvo Aked,nauk SSSR, 1958,
152pe (Akademiia nauk SSSR* Institut geologil rudnykh meetoroxb
denii, petrografii, mineralogil i gookhimii. Trudy no.12)
(M MA 11: 12)
(muscovite)
KULESHOV, G.F.; BELYMINA., Ye.D.; PETROV, V.P.
S.1yudya'nogorsk m;scovite deposit. Trujy IGEM no.48:tI09
161. (MIRA 15:1)
(Chelyabinsk ProvincaMuscovite)
.BELLUMM, Ye.D.
Mineralogy o,fXeia pegmatite veins. Trudy IGEM.no.48:4046 f61.
I . (HIRA 15:1)
(Kola Penirsula.Pagmatites)
SERMYANIKOV, '4.I., inzh.; BELYANKINA, Z.P,
Preventing salt depositions on thq blading of a VK1002 turbine
operating in a unit with oncethrough boilers. Teploenergetika
8 no.12:6366 D 161. (MIRA 14;12)
1. Shchekinskaya Gosudarstvennaya rayonnaya elektrostantsiya.
(Steam turbines) (Feed water purification)
t,.V., inzh.; HFLYAHKO, I.N., Jnzh.
End feeler for the UDMJY4 ultrasonlc defsocto3cope, Plashinostroenie
no.5!8990 S0 165. (MIRA AM
BELYAXOVA, M. I.
13ELYANOVA, M. 1.  Natural Flora and Vegetation of Khtmkinskiy Rayon
of Moskovskaya Oblast." Sub 8 May 52., Moscow Oblast Per!agogocal Inst,
(Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate in Biological Sciences).
SO: Vechernaya Moskva JanuaryDecember 1952
NIKIYCROV,.A.G., otvatetvennyyrodaktor; POLTAKOT, K.T., professor,
redaktor; ALZCSANMYA, T.A., doteent, redaktor; PMROVA, X.I.,
redaktor; BELMOVA Te. radaktor; TZUnOT. A., redaktor;
redaktor
Natural resources of Ktqby.ahoy Province] Pyir*oda Xuibyahavskol 
oblasti. [Kuibyehav) Kulbyahevskoe obl'. goo. izdyo, 1951. 404 p.
(Kuybyshev ProvinceGeography) (HLU 9:0)
FEWROV, N. A P."YANOVA, 1"4 GRIMM, I.I.; RAKOVSKIr, V.Ye.;
KUNIN,
Composition and ways of using the liquia products'of under
ground gavif cation of coals. Nauch. t**i VNIIPodiemgaza
no.8:95"103 162.' (MMA 16:6)
1. Voesoyusmy nauchnoiseledovatellskiy institut, podzemnoy
gazifikat ii ugley, Kalininakiy torfyanoy ins.titut i Vesoyusnyy
nauchnoi:sledovatellskiy institut udobreniy i agropochvo
vedeniya. (Coal gasification., UndergroundByproducts)
BILTANOVA H r".7, KV, A. I.
Daternining the calorific capacity of underground coal gpoificotion
gne by the method of messuring the heat conductivity of the gas
mixture. Podzem.gaz.ugl. no.1:6770 158. (KIRA 11:4)
1. Vaesoyusnyy nauohnoissledovatel'skly i proyektW institut
podzemnoy gnzifikateii ugley.
(Calorimetry) MAtConduetion)
EELTANOVA. Te.M.; ARTIPOVA, N.G.
1
Automatic system for relaying gas and blov media parameter
measurements to a centralized *Int in undergroxmd coal gasification
areas* Podzeme gazo ugl. no.4:5155 158. (min n.12)
l.VsesoMDyy nauchnoiseledovatellskiy inetitut PodzeWs.
(Coal gasification, UndergrounaTesting)
(Repote control)
CHMAWV 9 A OA 0
Device for measuring the moisture content of gas produced under
ground coal gasification. Podsem.gas.ugl. no.2:6264 '5 *
NM 12:9
1. VoesoyuzrWy nauchnolooledovatellakly i proyektrwy institut
podzemnoy gazifikatsil. ugleye
(Coal gasification, Underground) (GanTesting)
PETRENKO, I.G.;,_BBLYANOVA, YO.M.
Method of studying the gas flow in an underground gas producer with
the aid of radioactive isotopes. Trudy IGI 13:1"152 160.
WMA 14: 5)
(Gas flow) (Gas producers)
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Mining of Minerals 5
Bulashevich, Yu. P., G. It. Voskoboynikov, and L. 11. Mzzyukln.
Neutron and GammaRay Logging at Ore and Coal De;osits 19
Gordayev, Yu. I., A. A. Mxkher,and D. M. Srebrcdollskiy. The
Card 3/11
Radioactive Isotone3 and Nuclear (Cont.) SOV/5c92
_4
of MLLorocomponenti of Natural Waterz 255
B,'Ivanova Ve M K. A. Kuneteova, 1. D. 1,ya!!kcv;,kaya, r. F.
~an.~. Sokolov.' Preventive Control of thz Dr,llinz
'Tool Escape From a Coal Seam WhIle Drilling Ine2ined Boreholes
in Lean Seams 260
Abdullayev, A. A., Ye. .4. Lobanov, A. P. N1ov1krv, and A. A.
Lhaydlarov., Rapid Determination of the Percentage of lead In
26
Ores And Coneentratea 37
Plak3in, I. N., V. N. SmIrnov, and L. P. Starchik. Application
of Alpha Radiation for the Automatic Regulation of th., Material
Compoiltion of En:Ichment Products of Certain Cres 2".0
Lenin, S. S.Scintillation Emanemeters
Card 10/11
BEU OVA, AMA6
,.Now control devices for underground gasification of coal.
Nauche trudy VNIlPodzemgaxa no,9t98102 163,
(MMA 16: 11)
1i Laboratoriya avtomatiki i telemekhaniki Vaeaoyuznogo
nauchnoiseledovatellskogo instituts. podsomnoy gazifikataii
ugleyo
BELYANSKAYA, Anna Grigorlyevna., pticbnitsa; VASILIYEVA, Ye., red.; PAVL(YVA,s,,,
[Twentyfive years on poultry farms) 25 let na ptitseferme. Mq*va,
Mosk. rabochiip 1961. 19 p. (MIU 14:1~)
1. Sovkhoz "GorkiII" Zvenigorodskogo rayon4 (for BelyanskAyu).
(poultry breeding)
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Use of reductants for the regeneration of spent suMric acid.
Zhur, prikl. khim. 33 no.3l124272434 N 160. (MIRA 14:4)
1. Dnepropetrovs)dy kbimik tekhnolgitheskiy institut.
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!AUTHOR: Bely;nskl, A.t'Derenl'. G.. Vollter$. No
ITITLE: Investigation Into the properties of pure and lithium or Ironalloyed
nickel. oxide.i obtained by the.decaVositibn of nitrates
SOURCE:, Klnetlka ikataliz, V. 5, ~no 51 1964,84986o
TOPIC TAGS: catalyst'. property, surface phenomenon,' nickel oxide I at t I ce, I I thiuWl
dIf fusion iron _diffusion, nickel oxi de conductivity
7`T1(
~Mo;t b
ABSTRACT A~ br I ef  rev tew  I sgivenofafairly large number of papers, 1y p0
I I shad In recin t years, dealing'With the study of the effect which the allaying
iof nickel oxidit has,dn 'I t5 adsor tion and.catal tLie(propertles. Included In this
P
review are also.former'studles:b the present authors which provide a I
f ~y more comp eFe,
ldesct+iptlim_ of methodology than the rather brief statement in the article*under c6a
;siderlation. The authors do state, however that the technique used makes It pos
;sIble to follow the penetration of lithium oxide Into the lattice of the product
he decomposition of the basic nickel carbonate, depending on such factors as
of t
~the duration and t 'erature of calcination of the sample, as well as the quantity
em
It?l oxide entployedo The:purpo'se of the present article was to expand pre
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mom
BELYANSKI7,Adam4 nygyN~.,,.,.Goorgiy4.GABF,&,.Georgiy
Electric conductivity of semiconductor catalysts. Probl. kin. i kat.,
10:3749 160o (MIRA 14:5)
1. GornopetanurgicheaXay akademiya,, Krakove
Z~emiconductors) (Catalysts)
11f AWD~4100,41108811 we
L_ ?Y"1111 isoCIAMI AND FROV111185 W10114
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cupola to was firing. Includes dis rams showing
asturner details
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Dt*cribe* cupola operating practice and gives re.
*0 43 *ults of a cpmparativo study of the quality of the
fie cost Iron from tokeArt4l and gasfirvii cupolas.
List# advurilsires of goo,
goo
AA woo
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4.3V
'INVENTORt Ifulakov. V. I.; )(stveyev, A. 1,1 Istria M. 0 Hurzov, A. I.t rridlyandOLL
N.; Bazhenov. B414yeaNKLY, A. A1 Anan In.
?/
Oltoi none
TITLISt Wrought~ sluminumbase ~LI.437. Clue ho, wo~. 17349
POURCSt .tyalleten' Izabretsaiy I toys, M kb snakov* no. 15, 1965, 8384
TOPIC TAM alloy, aluininum base alloys copper containing alloys magnesium containing
mangan 81 &1 Y
alloy, silicon containing alloy,jine containing alloy, ess.cont ning lo
iron containing alloy, nickel containing alloy, titanium containing alloy, chromium'
containing alloy, zirconium containing alloy, ber$111us containing alloy
ABSTFACTt This Author Certificate Intimoducef a vrouebt. aluK;pmwbss* alloy with high.
machinical properties p coMsion X2sjstance/, and vqrkjkjL1ty. The alloy contains
ca
1: 83% 2.22S magqes1umV1.OX.8% silicon 73.56.01 10.6% man
ganese, 0019 A !X!!
Iron,  0.XFMGxALqML 0.015.2% titanium. 0.0
0.01OblS. zirconium, and 0.00010.601S beryllium& AZI
SM CO.D]9t .1W/ 217an(Af, OUGOrl'.. 000h; OTH Rat MOVITI)YEMIsif
USATKP_l!Y A.G.; V,14; Yi;U'I::, LT.,,; Ilrinima.U uchastiye:
3I'Ll"X0111"iy, A, , leborant; )ZAIROV, Ya.I... mekhanik
Coz:'linuoun therviAl mathod of treating cWur ores. Trudy
no35:82100 161. (I'MIA 14'..10)
(Sulftx)
(0:'e dressing)
BELYANSKIY, B.; MALOFEYEV, G.
Payments for agricultural machinery. Fin. SSSR 23 no.4:4,3"
Ap 162,  (NIRA 15W
(RostovAgricultural machinery industryFinance)
(Payment)
MYANSKIY I.M., inzhener; 03, K.I., inzhoner.
Using smooth measuring vireo in checkrov planting ani soving.
Belikhosmashina No.4s911 AP 156. (KM 9:7)
1.Zavod Belinskeelimash.
(Panters (Agricultural machinery))
S
KHLZANOV, I.B.; KUGHHRUKS V.V:I.BBLYANMY P P  BELTT B.D., inshener,
reteenzent; KUGINIS, B L Inzhener, ;elnzent;'VINOGRADSKrT, N.V.,
doteent, redaktor; KATVNWA, Te,ff., tekhnielieskly redaktor; SCIrOLOYA,
T.P., tekhnicheakiy redaIctor
[Operation and repair of ventilation equipment in machinery factories]
Ekepluatatsita i remont ventiliatsionnykh ustauovoic mashinostrottell
n.vkh sivodov. Moskva. Goe. nauchnotakhn. Izdvo mashinoetroitalluoi
litry,1954. 203 P. (NLRL 8:4)
(FactoriesHeating and ventilation)
BELYANSKIY I V. A.
Belyanskiy, V, A. "On the antagonisLic innervation of septa; large and small
emboli of .he kidney," Trudy Kuybyshevsk. gos. med. intap Vol. 1, 1948, p. 191206
SO: U2888, Letopis ZhurnalInykh Statey, No. 1, 1949
USSR/Hunan and Pininal Morph:iloLy  N~)rmal and Patholo(;ical. S
Circulatory System.
Abs Jour Ref Zhur Diol'.) No 11, 1958, 50278
Auth,Dr Delyanskly, V.A.'
Inst Kuybyshev, Association of IUiatomjpath31o(.;Lsts with a
Section of PathophysioloC~y
Title Dlo.~)d Supply of the Renal Veins in MAn
Orig Pub Sb. nauchn. rabot Kuybyshevsk. ova pat,,)1oLpanatomov s
sektsiyey Patofiziol, Kuybyshev,1957,, 170178
Abstract Astudy of the blood vessels of the renal veins (RV),was
conducted by the method ofstainin(3 the vessels of the
cadaver with'subsequent dissection of RV, and macromicros
topic investiMtion of vhole clarified preparations. The
aaurces of blood supply in RV are the same vessels ~diich
Card 1/2 supply Ithe valls of the hollow vein (at the level vhere
17 
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~ACC NR: AP6008780 SOURCE CODE: UR/0115/66/000/001/005710061
,'AUTHOR: Orlova, M. P.; Kats, G. A.; Astrov, D. N.; Belyanskiy, L. B.,
Shibayeva, 0. A.; Shubin, V. E.
ORG: none
:TITLE: Alloyed germanium for lowtemperature thermometry
.'SOURCE: Izmeritel'naya tek ika, no. 1, 1966, 5761
.TOPIC TAGS: thermometry, germanium alloy, thermomete'r
,ABSTRACT: The results are reported of an experimental investigation of the
;galvanomagnetic properties of Ge doped'with various amounts of Sb'0As,:In, IGa; t
the Ge properties were studied in a range of temperatures from room to liquid
~helium in order to find out the best impurity and its concentration suitable for low
temperature thermometers. Most measurements were made with Sbdoped Ge
Card I/Z UDC; 546.289.001.5:536.531
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whose Nd was 4. 6 x 10 Nd < I X 1017 per cm;5 the resistivity was found to be
;0.000420.00046 ohmm at 204.ZK; acceptor impurity concentration,
,Na 4 0. 1 Nd. A few thermometers were made from Sbdoped Ge (Nd  5x 1(~6 per,
K  676) for the 404. ZK range; their resistivity was 0. 0250. 027 ohmm
vat boilinghelium temperature. The relation Ig p JI/T) was satisfactory for these'
Ahermometers only under 7K. A relatively high value of magnetoresistance of
~doped Go is noted. Orig. art. has: 4 figures, 4 formulas, and 4 tables.
;SUB CODE: 20, 09 / SUBM DATE: none / ORIG REF: 003 / OTH REF: 016
ACC NRs AP0013529 SOURCE CODE: UR/0120/66/000/002/0226/0227
AUTHOR: Astrov, D.N.; BelXanskiX, L.B.
ORG: VNII Physic oTe chnical and Radio Engineering Measurements, KU2!!LoM. (VNII
fizikotekhhicheskikh i radiotekhnicheskikh izmereniy)
TITLE; High vacuum seal for low temperatures
SOURCE: Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta, no. 2*, 1966, 226227
MPIC TAGS: vacuum seal, cryogenic seal, 11
Aou.) I>
ABSM1kCT. A high vacuum cryogenic seal is described, motivated by the need to impro
ve upon existing designs requiring expensive materials and frequent gasket replace
ments. In Fig. 1, showing a schematic of the seal, 1 and 2 are t bronze flanges,
pressing upon flat, thin (. 1  .15 mm) Ftoroplast4 0"taskett * Radial clearances
between flanges are kept small, under .05 mm, to prevent gasket extrusion. Low vacuum
(105_ 106torr) operation over room to 1.50K temperature range was conducted'with sa
tisfactory results explained by the gasket thinness. Seal needs no tightening for at
least 10 cooling cycles. Orig. art. has I f igure.
Fig. 1. Schematic of high vacuum seal design
2
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J
Card UDCt 621.527.2:621.59
BELYANSKIY, V.A., dotsent
Intramural venous blood supply of the rectum. Elem.prokt.
no.2tl319 160. (KM 14:11)
1. Iz kafedry topograficheskoy anatomii i operativnoy khirurgii,
xaveduyusbichiy kafedroy., professor I.N. Askalonov.
(RECMIBLOOD SUPPLY)
ASKALONOV, 1.11I.; K,:LY',..SKlY, V.A.; 'N.G.
I
PlasLic coverftr or the bone erid by a. zaE; 
capron cover in an experiment4il amput,,ition of the CXtreLity.
Ekiper. Phir. i anest. 9 no.3:51,760 '~yJe 164. 18:3)
1. Kafedra operativnoy khiruzGil, s topagraficheskoy anntmdyey
(zav.  prof. 1.11. Askaloncv) Kuybyshn~vskogo meditsinskogo 
instituta.
BELYANSKIY V B MIKHAYLOVA, G.A.
Investigatl g the properties of atmospherics in the ultralow
freque~c,y range (under 1 kHz). Geomag. i aer. 1 no3.379386
MyJe 61. (MIRA 14.9)
1. InBtitut zemnogo magnetizmap ionoefory i rasprostraneniya
radiovoln AN SSSR.
(Ionosphere)
ALIPM., Y*.L.; BELYANSKIY" V.B.. MIYTAKOV., N.A*
Preliminary results of uping the Coomos artificial statellites in
radio studies at coherent frequencies of tbe,straftwe of the ionosphere,
Geomag. i aer. 3 no.ltlO24 JerF 163o ~MMRA 16:4)
1. lonoefernays. observa~oriya v Kyulungsborne, Germanskaya
Demokraticheskays. Reopublika.
(Artificial satellites in meteorology)
ALIFERTp Xa%L.p KUTrAKOV, A.F.
Coberent radioreceiviag apparatus for recording the difference of
Doppler's frequency replacement in radio waves frm an artificial earth
satellite. Geomag. i aer. 3 no.lsl57170 JAF 163. (MIRA 1614)
1. Ustitut semnogo magnetimm., ionoofery i rasprostraneniya radiovoln
AN .SSA. (Ionosphere) .(Artificial satellites in metejogy)
BUYANTSEV, A. M.
A. M. BMAIM472 "OP 0q.q0mP4t4i9P of 1~14ticonductor systems with
surface waves.ft Scientific Session Devoted to I'Radio Day", May 1956,
Trudre.arvizdat, Moscow, 9 Sep. 55
Analyzed is a system of N parallel cylindrical rods on whose
surface are given homogeneous boundary conditions of the form 11  z Hr
where Z is the surface impedarce tenser. Under the assumption that
the transverse dimensions of the whole system is much less than the
wavelength, the solution of the problem of exciting electromagnetic
waves therein reduces to an investigation of a system of intergrodiffer
ential equations for surface electric and magnetic currents in the rods.
The solution of these equations by a perturbation method permits
the resonant frequencies of the sAtem(or the surface wave propagaticn,
constants along a system of infinitely long rods) as well as the currents
in the rods, to be found.
BELYATITSEV, A,M,
Multiconduotor systems with surface waves. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.;
radiofiz. 1 no5/6:112120 '58. (MIRA 12:8)
I.Issledovatellski7 radiofisicheskiy, institut pri Gorlkovekom
universitete.
(RadioAntennas)
SOV/1 09  If322/38
AUTHORS; A.M. Belyantsev, A.V. GaponoV2 Ye.V. Za*gryadskiy
TITLEs ~_ ~Delay System of the "CounterStub" Type for Travelling
Wave Amplifiers (Zamedlyayushchaya sistema tipa
"Vstrechnyye shtyrill dlya usiliteley s begushchey volnoy)
PERIODICAL: Radiotekhnika i Elektronika, Vol 4, Nr 3, 19592
PP 505516 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The possibility of employing a counterstub system (of the
type illustrated in Fig 1) was mentioned by Fletcher in
1952 (Ref 1). Here the problem is investigated in some
detail. It is assumed that a counterstub system of the
type shown in Fig 1 can be represented by means of an
equivalent circuit which consists of a parallelconductor
transmission line with capacitances connected across the
line at spacings 1. The circuit is shown in Fig 3.
The scattering equation of the system is given bys
Cos cos k1 1 + 1ET sin kl,
2C1 ) 2c1
Card 115 where k is the wave number, 1 is the length of the
stubs, Co and Uo are the capacitances between the
SOV/109  4 322/38
A Delay System of the "CounterStub" Type for OravellingWave
Amplifiers
stubs and the "basell, respectively; Cl is the
bouring stubs (per unit length);
cagacitance between neigh'
JO T = JBT is the equivalent capacitance of a node. The
above circuit does not take into account the cross
coupling capacitances of the system. If these capaci
tances are taken into account, the equivalent circuit
becomes more complicated and is in the form ofthe diagram
shown in Fig 4. For this case the characteristic equation
of the system is given by: m+1 RT
Co + 1+ ~: Cn s in 2
tg2 k1 n=1
2 m+1
Co + 4 Cn sin 2 n (c. + n
where Cn is the capacitance (per unit length) between the
stubs which are situated at distances nD/2 from each
Card 2/5 other. The summation in Eq (2) is carried out up to the
values of n such that the crosscoupling capacitances
SOV/109 4322/38
A Delay System of the "CounterStab" Type for TravellingWave
Amplifiers
become negligible. For the counterstub system in which
the "hairpins" are displaced vertically (see Fig 2) or
with "hair insif whose teeth have different crosssections
(see Fig M the scattering equation is given by Eq (10,
The meaning of the various symbols in Eq (1+) should be
clear from Fig 5. The scattering curves for two different
systems with displaced and differing Ithairpins" are shown
in Figs 6 and 7. Pig 6 corresponds to the system with
similar but displaced "hairpins"; curves (1) and (3) of
the figure are corroborated by some experimental points.
Fig 7 illustrates a system in which the "hairpins" have
different crosssections. It was found that a decrease in
the scattering and an increase in the transmission band
width of the system could be obtained, if one of the
"hairpins" was removed (screened) from the "base".
Examples of such systems are illustrated by the scattering
curves of Fig 8. The relative magnitude of the electric
field in a counterstub system can be represented by the
socalled interaction impedance or coupling impedance.
Card 3/5 This is defined bys
SOV/109 4322/38
A Delay System of the "CounterStub" Type for TravellingWave
Amplifiers IP  HT j3 (6)
2h2 p
M
where and Em are the spatial harmonics of the
Eam. 0
electric field component$ which interact with the electron
beam of the system; b~& is the propagation constant of
the mth harmonic, while P is the power carried by the
wave. The coupling impedance of the circuit shown in
Fig 3 is given by Eq (101)~ where the first term is
defined by Eq (1011). The'coupling impedance of the
system shown in Fig 7, �n which the first fundamental
harmonic is llseparated"~ is given by Eq (141). On the
other 'hand, in the systems where the "hairpins" are dis
placed in the horizontal plane2 the impedance is also
given by Eq (14:), except that the amplitude is represen
ted b Eq (15)., The amplitudes of the coupling impedance
for I first harmonic of the system shown in Fig 7 is
Card 415 illustrated in Fig 10, Fig 11 shows the coupling
impedance of a system with horizontally displaced
SOV/109 [+322/38
A Delay System of the "CounterStub" Type for TravellingWave
Amplifiers
"hairpins". The coupling impedance of the system was also
measured experimentally, and the results are shown by the
lower curve of Fig 12 the upper curve of Fig 12 was
calculated; this is in poor agreement with the experi
mental data which is not surprising since Eqs (13) and
(14) should be regarded as comparatively rough approxi
mations. On the basis of the above analysis, it is
concluded that the counterstub systems with separated
fundamental waves can be successfully employed in
travellingwave amplifiers operating at cm wavelengths.
The method of evaluating the dispersion characteristics
proposed by the author is comparatively simple and is
sufficiently accurate for most practical applications.
Card There are 12 figures and 5 references, 2 of which are
English, 2 Soviet and 1 French.
SUBMITTED: July 9, 1957
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E192/E382
AUTHOR: Belyantsev, A.M.
TITLE: Theory of Coupled Resonators
PERIOdICAL; Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy,
Radiofizika, 1960, Vo. 39 Noo 6t pp. 10221032
TEXT: A system of resonators coupled by means of narrow
parallel slots, cut in a thin metal cylinder, is consideredtFig.la)
It is assumed that each resonator has only one slot. It is
clear that the resonator so coupled can be regarded as
another resonator having a new spectrum of wave numbers
kj and eigen functions E Nj and H N) * The derivation of
integraldifferential equations for the voltages (or magnetic
currents J P ) for the slots consists of determining the
longitudinal components of the magnetic fields as functions
of the voltages on both sides of the screen in which the slots
are cut. For narrow slots, the longitudinal magneticfield
component at the aperture of a slot antenna is normally given
Card 1/13
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Theory of .... E192/E382
by a quasistationary singularity and a regular field (Ref. 3):
per
Hz = Lj/rr iez, Hz tj
= ~?/ a Z2
where L + k2 k is the wave number, z is the
coordinate along the slot, z0
1
%k Lln(t/a)l is a small parameter and Hpet is the
regular portMon of the field; a is the width of the slot and
,P is thtmiallest characteristic dimension of the space field
variation in the vicinity of the slot. The resonance terms
of the "regular', portion of the field in the aperture of the
slot antenna are in the form (Ref. 1):
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Li k tho, *Hfzv
H   i ~ + H,
z (2)
dXk7_G k?, ... k'
i.,rherc kV are eigen values and normalised eigen
functioiis of a nonperturbed resonator. These are expressed
Y:
f J ff. dS.
H, d V
.4icre S is the area of the slot,
'J is, the volume of the resonator,
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_nj is the density of the sur Iface magnetic
flux and
n is an external norma 1.
For a resonant cavity or a groove type,.where the quasi
stationary singularity of the field in the slot aperture is
absenton one side of the screen Iand tho.structure of the
electrical field on the slot is known, the resonance ternis of
the reStilar portion of ' the field can be expressod in terms of
the surface. impedance (Ref. 10, i.e:
M/Z
11 z iz
whore Z is a urWorm surface impedance. The longitudinal
component of the magnetic field at' the surface of thiB slot
seen from the roupling side can be written as (Ref. 5):
Card 4/13.
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Theory of .... E192/E382
(X, Y. A;n)
'mX')' YO, j'v)j+M'.+ O(RIX).
Here, w is the periodic frequency,
is the solution of a twqdimensional static problem,
H 0~isthe longitudinal component of the'magnetic field
z a t a.point M(x 01 Y0 ) of the coupling regio n, and
O(R/X) is the field of the order R IkIlp
0 z
by introducing the notationof:
y (x Y (X0 y
P P p q 0 0 q q/pq
Eq. (4) can be written as:
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Bf
X,;711 J,1 + HO +
Irikz, (4a)
By integrating this equation it is found that:
N
XV. jq Jr.  Ou(Rik). (5)
irikz, la's, ;j
In this, N denotes the number,of resonators and:
+,P(xp. Y" JO mx, YO, jq)
'It'is now assumed that for N resonators the field in the
'aperture'' in the slot from' the side of the res
onant cavity can
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be expressed by Eq. (2) .and for the'remaining (N N1)
resonators in the form of uniform impedance conditions as
given by Eq. Ms It'is found from the continuity conditions for
the magnetic field that the magnetic currents of the.systemare
given by:
N N P P
NI Ij H
_ = 12 Jt  rk' + nik Z,,(McT + (7
L
) (6)
7
iw
q
P
9 p
S . P
1 k2
.1

'P
(p 2,.... IV,);
A'
L
C? + OP (7)
Jq + vrikZ, + M
.!Vq .
SL ZPdP
q1
(P N' + 1, N, + 2,..., N),
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where
XI.. 0/SJ X1 (X'. Y') Ix,, dy...
q. q
CT.
in which H is an external field directed along the axis Z.
P
Eqs. (6) and (7) can be solved with respect to LJ and
are thus represented by: m
AV 'V
V 'Tex XqW[ TV z +
(8)
S, Qr) I
1.12 .... j A%
where is a small parameter. Now, Eqs. (6) (or (8))
(7)
together,with:
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hm J' 1im dz
NJ m z
wv
and the boundary conditionIs for. theierminals of the slot:
jM(O) 3 m(I'm). 0 (10)
form a complete system 'of equationsfor the voltages (or
magnetic currents) in the slots. A slot cut in a thick niqtal
screen (such as shown in Fig. la).can be regarded as two
slots in a thin cylinder. Inthis case, thd voltage amplitude
distribution on the slots I and 2 can be described by~
Eqs.' (6)(10). On the basis of the above general case, three
special cases are solved. It is shown.that if a slot is cut
in anopen screen of finite thickness, the natural oscillations
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of tho.'magnetic currents,flowlng in the aperture of the slot
can be described by:'
2
+ k J .0; J +(0) J+ (L) 0
2
0
z
This represents the zero approximation of the oscillations.
Various quantities entering into Eq. (15) are defined by:,
XI XI + X, k k,
It, A + A 12
mCT mCT mCT
k~  (k' 2uX+/S,)1120 2
0, 0,
The case of a"Slot, "cut in a thick screen which separates two
resonators is also considered. Eqs (7)(10)' can also be
used for finding the scattering characteristics of a ptriodic.
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waveguide su'h, as a 6wn. in Fig. 2a. The zero appr
C h oximation
equations for this waveguide are derived and it is shown that
the scattering equation of the system is given by:
XtI X12,
sin
S,P
(21)
31) (,K/S,.
Q3, + Uldr t9 (r4
where 9 is the phase shift per period. The dependence of
the phase shift on frequency kL as calculated from Eq. (21)
for ~= 0 is illustrated in Fig. 3 . The author makes
acknowledgment to A.V. Gaponov for valuable remarks and advice.
Tiiere are 3 figures and 7 Soviet ref erences.
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ASSOCIATION: Nauchnoisaledovatellskiy radiofizicheskiy'instivt
pri Gor~Xovskom universitete (Scientific
Research Radiophysics Institqto of Gor'lkiy~;
University')
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AUTHORS: Bogatyrev,
TITLE: Formation of electromagnetic
discontinuities
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh
Radiofizika, v5, 11101, 1962,
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shock waves with two
zavedeniy.
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TEXT: The author studies the question of the formation of video
impulses in nonlinear LC lines and finds that in the case of
ferrite cores with hysteresis, discontinuities may be formed'on
both leading and trailing edges. The formulae given permit the
behaviour of such a line to be predicted from the magnetization
curve, or the curve to be calculated from the shape of the video
impulses. An experimental verification was performed at
relatively low frequencies. There are 4figures.
ASSOCIATION: Nauchnoissledevatellskiy radiofizicheskiy
institut pri Gor1kovskom universitete
(Radiophysics Scientific Research Institute at
Gorlkiy University)
SUBMITTED: June 14, 1961
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AUTHORS: Belyantsev A.M., Ostrovskiy, L.A.
TITLE: Propagation of impulses in transmission lines with
semiconductor junction capacitances
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy.
Radiofizika, v.5, no.l. 1962, 183187
TEXT: The formation of discontinuities in the flanks of pulses
transmitted down nonlinear transmission lines has been explained*
in terms of evolution of simple waves and the formation of shock
waves. The study of powerful waves in lines containing ferrite
shows however that relaxation processesmust also be taken into
account. The study of the phenomena in lines containing
semiconductor junction capacitances was undertaken since here
relaxation effects occur atmuch higher frequencies than with
ferrites, and the power levels required for the experiment are far
less than for ferrites. The expected risetime shortening was
observed and the lower limit of risetime, of the order of 2 to
5 ns, was found to be due to dispersion of the junction
ca,pacitances, No appreciable relaxation effects were detected'.
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A related phenomenon was also studied and briefly reported,
namely the more than doubling of amplitude in reflection from An
opencircuited end of such a transmission 'line. Factors up to
2.5 were obtained in a line loaded by collectoremitter
capacitance. There are 5 figures.
ASSOCIATION: Nauchnoissledovatel'skiy radiofizicheskiy institut 'A4
pri, Gor1kovskom universiteteL (Radiophysics Scientific
Research Institute at Gorlkiy University)
SUBMITTED; July 10, 1961
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AUT14OR: Belyantsev, A. M.; Gaponov, A. V,
TITLE: Wavds with complex propagation constants in coupled transmission lines'
having no energy dissipation [Report at the All Union RadioDay Conference 1*
Moscow, 1961
!SOURCE: Radiotekhnika I elektronika, v. 9, no. 7, 1964, 11881197
TOPIC TAGS: transmission line, coupled transmission lines, propagation
onstant, complex propagation constant
c
ABSTRACT: Using coupled transmission lines describable by telegraph or
ii'difference (in case of periodic structures) equations as a model, the conditions of
it existence and methods of setting up waves having complex propagation constants
114 are investigated. This dispersion equation determining the propagation constante
J1 Is developed:
p2j y (A :F YD)...,
/2
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Here: A=P20j+P2m2PojPa2bj;
D (0201 0'02)' 4001002[b/(0201 + P2(4) + N16(b2 + P) I
are the partial propagation constants; f and b are'
the coupling factors. The case of a matched load connected to the line is
)considered. The effect of the dissipation of energy in the coupled lines on the
imaginary part of the propagation constant is explored, as well as the waves in
.periodic structures. Supporting experiments with a set of coupledn and
':Twaveguides with gratings are briefly reported. "In conclusion, the authors
,wish to thank V. I. Kryukova who performed a considerable part of the measure
ment of dispersi.on characteristics of the coupled (1  and Twaveguides. Orig. I
art. has: 9 figures and 20 formulas.
ASSOCIATION: none
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