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S/503/62/014/000/004/007 1023/1223 Low latitude filament and ... prominences and the line 53021 axe are explained by the presence of and the field of the Prominences. Card 2/2 given. The phenomena observed the magnetic field of the spot There are 4 figures and 2 tables. S/503/62/014/000/006/007 1023/1223 AUTHORSt Karimov, M.G., Zubtsov, A.S., Antushevich, M.I. and 99sybayey, S.K. TITLE; Photometry of solar flares P-ERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk Ya7akhskoy SSR. Astrofizicheakiy institut. I7vestiya. v.14. 1962, 93-106 TEXT: Results concerning the photometry of flares of intensity 2, observed from October.19~7 till the end of 1959, are presented. The observation were done at a height of 2600*m by means of a chromospheric-phoUspheric telescope of type A�P-2 '(AFR-2). The line H& wAs photogmphed thrqugh an interference- polarization filter with bandTwidth of 0.6AV on a str.ndart'.35-= Card'1/2 S/503/62/014/000/006/007 1023/1223 Photometry of solar flares panchromatic film (sensitivity 1000-1200 GOSTJ_ te units). The ra was 2 frames per minute, sometimes 8 or 4. Several typical photo- graphs are given. A table, contnining all 17 flares, is also given. The table gives thii time, position and intensity of each flare. Each flare is analy7ed in detail: intensity and area depen- dence on time are given in a graphical form. There are 18 figures and 1 table. Card 212 s/5o3/6Voi5/ooo/oo2/oO3 A001/A101 AUTHORS: Karimov, M. G., Antushavich, M. I., Berlikenova, K. M.,IP-0~St!TOV, S. K., Zubtsov, A. S. TITLE: Photometry of solar flares according tq observations of the coronal station near Alma-Ata during 196o - ig6i SOURCE: Akademiya nauk Kazakhskoy SSR. Astrofizicheskiy institut. Izvestiya. v. 15, 1962, 77 - 110 * .. TEXT: The present article is a continuation of the study of the same authors published in 1962 in the v. 14 of the same source. Film frames were taken in intervals of 30 see, sometimes 15 see ar4 one minute. rrior to photo- metrical processing all frames of ~he flares were preliminarily examined, aixt flares were selected which had characteristical 0eculiaritiev in some featuras. During two years 63 flare photographs were selected, carefully processed and the data are tabulated. For individual, most pronounced knots are plotted curves of flare development. The graphs in the article contain information on intensi- ty of individual knots, expressed in terms of intensity of undisturbed places of dard 1/2 S15031WO15100010021003 Photometry of solar flares according to... A001/A101 the solar disk, versus time of flare development and changes in the area of flares. Both quantities, ratios of intensities and areas are plotted on oixii- nates, the first on the left-hand side and the second on the right-hand side; abscissa serves as time coordinate for both quantities. ~The upper right-haid comer of figures contains a sketch of the flare with all its details, sunslots, flocculi, foci.of flares, etc. The photometric study of the flares shows tkat .their existence strongly depends on the center of activity. They have a special relation to sunspots and flocculi fields. Curves of variations of brightness and area have a series of characteristical features where this relation is close. There are 62 figures and 1 table. Card 2/2 KOMMUKOVP P.~.; DOS~YCHFVYa A, Tasks of dermatology in nonrecticn with the -~,aTa-a-.1-4zation oll" the national e,:onwW. Vest. derm. i ven. 38 no,IZ.-I';-8 D 164. 04"RA' M8', KOZHEVNIKOV, P.V., prof.; DOSYGREV, Ye.A. Current state and aspects of further development of function tests in dermatology* Vest. derm. I von. no.50-9 165. (MIRA 18: 11) 1, Chlen-korrespondent AMN S&9R (for Kozhevnikov). VUSAPIROVAO N.A.; DOSDMETOYA, M.K.; DIUYAYEVAo M.V. Diagnosis of pathologic changes in the cervix uterl by the compound method (colposcopyp cytologyp biopsy). Zch-avookhr. Kazakh. 23 nools23-26 163 (HM 17 t2) 1. 1. Tz Kazakhskogo, instituta onkologii i radiologiie DZIOMMUt A#F,; DUMMISHVILIp V*V#'; DOS-YCJlEVj A.A.-Itleceased] Role of conditioned reflexeo in antibody formation. Mir. vyvo nerv. daiat 10 no. 4:599-604 JI-Ag 160& (KIRA 3J,.-2) 1. The Georgia~c Zootechnical and Veterinary InBtitute, , ONDITIONED RESPONSE) (ANTIGENS AND ANTIBODIES) DOSiCHEV, Ye.A.,; IENARTOVICHJ, V.A. (Leningrad) Sensitization to novocaine traced for tin years. Vrach. delo no.3-12137-139 N161 (MIRA 16:12) 1. Dematologicheakaya gruppa otdela klinicheakoy meditsiny ANN SSSR (naucbnyy rukovoditell - chlen-korrespondent AMN SSSR P.V.Kozhevnikov). DOSIC ~,AeVo; LOPATIN, S,A,; XUSNIM, LeMal PLENMOV, N*A%; KO*UKP, G.D. Redesigning of the electric power supply network for carbide furnaces, Prom.energ. 16 no.5s.15-16 W 161. (MM Il+s7) (Electric furnaces) S.Ye'., prof.; IVANOV, N.A.; DOSYCHOV, Y! (Laninrrad) Functional state of the nervous system in escoma and psoriasis and its significanco in the treatment of these diseases Cw*ith summary in,Ungliehl. Vast.derm. i von. 31 no.6:3-6 N-D '57. (HIRA 11:3) (MMIASIS, physiol. NSp thermoregalation & optic chronaxy funct. test) (JICZWU physiol. same; (NBRVOUS SYSTIM. in various die. eczema & psoriasis. thermoregulation & optic chronazy funct. test) - PTA MEDICA See 13 Vol 13/2 Dermatology Feb 59 737. ADEQUATE OPTICAL CIIRONAXY PERFORMED ON SYPHILITIC PATIENTS DURING TREATMENT (Russian text) --p o s y c h e v E. A. VESTN. DERM. VENER. 1958. 32/2 (47-53) Graphs 2 Tables 4 -- The state of excitability of the cerebral cortex was examined in 32 patients with early syphilis by using 'adequate optical chronaxy' with parallel control in 8 heal- thy persons. The method was elaborated by Makarov in 1930. The change of the functional state or the optical analyser due to an adequate irritant (light) Is a suit- able index for the excitability of the cerebral cortex and thus of the functional state of the CN.3. The normal index of the adequate optical chronaxy varies be- tween 70 and 80 msec. In most patients with primary and secondary syphilis a length- ened 'adequate optical chronaxy' was revealed before the treatment started. there- fore. the excitability of the cerebral cortex in decreased in these patients. Treat- ment with penicillin ham a normalizing effect. %boaquent combined administration of salvarman and bismuth lengthens the 'adequate optical chronaxy' in most patients. This lengthening is more persistent In patients in whom combined treat- ment.with salvarsan and bismuth produced therspeutical side-effects. Kraus Hradec KrAlovd c_ e (,7 up~ r1WYCREV, Ye.A.,; GORBOVITSKIYq S.Ye.,, prof., nauchmyy -.~Culvp 17-10WItell Unoonditioned vasmaar reflexes in patients with early stages of syphilis. Test.demi velle (35] no.2153-59 Y 161. (MIRA 14t3) (SYPHILIS) (BIDOD VESSELS) (RMFUMS) . DOIACBEV, _IeoAoj; FRWIN) 0-y-o Functional state of the small and minute vessels in endarteritio obliterans. no.3242-48 162. (KnU 15:5) I- NwJchnYY rukovoditell - chlen-korrespondent AMN SSSR prof, P.V. Kozhevnikovp leningrad. (ARTERIES-DISLASES) (NERVOUS SYSTEM) DOSYV&',KOV, Njltan Nazarovich; KIV., V.A., doktor yurid. iLauk, , - '; -6Vv-.' red.; LEV11fi-M.L., red. (state administration of industry in the Kazakh S.S.R.] Gosudarstvennoe upravlenie promyshlonnost'lu v Kazakhskoi SSR. Alma-Ata, Izd-vo AN Kazakh.S.It, 1964. 1253 P. (MBLA 17:9) G- DOSTUIXT, S.G.g SVICHXAM, Y.D.; CHIMAX, I., redaktor; STRANOVA, N., [Bfficiency promoters of the Minsk Automobile Plant in the struggle for technical progress] Ratsionalizatory Minskogo aytosavoda v bortbe sa takhnicheskil progress. Minsk. Ges.izd-vo BSSR, 1956. 44 p. (MTRA 10:4) (Minsk--AutoMobile iDdustry) 250) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV13318 Dosyulev) S. G.p A. S. Solonakiyp and M. V. Smirnov Spravochnoye posobiye konstruktoru-mashinostroitelyu (Machine Designer's Handbook) Minsk, Gos. izd-vo BSSR, 1959. 258 p. 20,000 copies printed. Ed.: F. Kashtanov; Tech. Ed.i N. Stepana. PURPOSE: This handbook is intended for machine designers and for process engineer- ing personnel, as well as for students of schools of higher technical education. COVERAGE: The handbook is based on the GOST and OST departmental and plant stand- ards, and on other pertinent reference materials. To save space no explanatory text is given. The tables are extracts from GOST and,OST standards and from reference material of prJmary importance to design practice. No personalities are mentioned. There are no references. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Ch. I. General Reference Data 3 Metric system of measures 3 Relation between Anglo-American and metric systems 4 Card 1/8 Machine Designer's Handbook Specific gravity of solids Conversion of degrees into radians ConversLon of inches into millimeters Reference table for conversion of hardness numbers Methods of determining hardness Ch. II. Constructional Elements General-purpose standard diameters Standard tapers Special-purpose tapers Gear modules Chamfers Fillet and corner radii Straight and oblique knurling Drafts in gray-iron casting Fillet radii for gray-Aron castings Spot facing for bolts, screws and nuts Counterbores and countersinks for screw heads and rivets Mounting antifriction bearings. *DiaTheters of shoulders Radial ball bearings Roller bearings Card 2/8 SOV13318 6 7 8 12 13 14 14 14 16 17 18 is 21 22 23 24 25 27 27 28 Machine Designer's Handbook SOV/3318 Radial-thrust ball and roller bearings 29 Single-row thrust ball bearings 31 Double-row thrust ball bearings 32 Center holes with 600 angle 33 Diameters of hole for fasteners in through drilling 34 Recesses for run-out of the grinding wheel 36 Recesses for run-out of gear-shaped cutter in machining spur gears 37 Snap rings and recesses for them 38 Radii of pipe bonds (smallest) 41 Wrench opening and clearance for wrench 43 Providing space for wrench smallest dimensions) 46 Threads and thread elements 48 Metric threads 48 550 inch thread 55 Straight pipe thread 56 Tapered pipe thread 58 600 taper inch thread 59 Trapezoidal thread 60 Buttress thread 63 Conventional symbols for threads on drawings 66 Vanishesj recesses and chamfera 67 Card 318 Machine Designer's Handbook SOV13318 Thread length, drilled deptht protrusion of the bolt over the nut for metric thread 76 Examples of specifications on drawings for the length of internal and external threads, vanishes and recesses. 77 Machining of holes and bolts for 600 inch thread 78 Depth of the hole and of the thread for studs 80 Tolerances for threaded joints 82 Key joffits 83 Plain parallel keys and keys fastened to the shaft according to I GOST 8788-58 83 Plain parallel keys according to GOST-8789-58 83 Parallel feather keys fastened to the shaft according to GOST 8790-58 86 Tapered keys according to GOST $791-58 89 Plain and gib-head taper keys according to GOST 8792-58 and 8793-58 92 Woodzuff keys according to GOST 8794-58 and GOST 8795-58 93 Standard Lewis keys according to GOST 8796-58 95 Reinforced Lewis keys according to GOST 8797-58 97 Tolerances and fits for key joints according to GOST 7227-58 99 Sunk taper plain keys with round and square ends 100 Sunk taper gib-head keys (hi h) 102 Taper gib-head keys on flat low) f 104 Card 4/8 Machine Designer's Handbook SDII3316 Plain parallel keys (not fastened to the shaft)s wA testber b*P (fastened to the shaft) 105 Details of fastening feather keys 107 Voodruff keys 108 Tolerances and fits for key Joints 109 Spline Joints Involute spline Joints Square spline Joints (GOST 1139-58) 119 Serrations 145 Rivets. Selection of length 151 Rivets according to GOST 1187-41 and GOST 119541. NUUMAM driven head 151 Rivets according to GOST 1192-41. Button-type &1vw bead 153 Rivets according to GOST 1187-41 and GOST 1195-41. CowterrAk driven head 155 Rivets according to GOST 1192-41. Countermak &Ives boad 157 Packing of constructional elements 159 Rubber packing ringa,for hydraulic &M powinatle syst~ 159 Packing of moving and stationary oylindrioal pafts 163 Flange packings 172 Co-tndr packings 173 Card 5/8 Machine Designer's Handbook 3DY13318 Tolerances and fits for packed joint# 174 Surface finish of elements of packed joints 175 Grooves for felt seal rings 175 Ch. III. Tolerances and Fits for Cylindrical Parts 178 Basic concepts. Basic-hole and basic-shaft systems 178 OST baeic-hole system. Limit of deviation ISO OST basic-shaft system. Limit of deviation 186 Large tolerances 192 Ch. IV. Surface Finish 193 Basic concepts. Types of finishes 193 Attainable types of finishes depending on the machining proasso 195 Guide values for selection of types of finishes for various 4egrees of accuracy and fits 199 Ch. V. Preparation of Mechanical Drawings 200 Sizes 200 Scales 201 Drawing and specifying meoticini:and euU on drawings 202 Rules for making shop drawings for production 209 Card 6/8 Machine Designer's Handbook SOV13318 Ch. VI. Machine-Building Materials. Mechanical Properties. Steel. Classification 212 Carbon steel of regular and higher quality 213 High-grade machine-building carbon steel 217 Low-alloy structural steel 220 Mechanical properties of standard high-grade cold-drawn structural steel 223 Mechanical properties of free-cutting structural steel 224 r XeO AnI orert es of gilged rc~d e cal ~ at al t! r fig leaf-a g f 22J 22 Nec n rt r a e o c o es o, g -gr 0 g, r p ,a ah s t s in l!2 i 1 ti t f l f 228 ca or ormalized r anne Mli~q ian ca 0 a es o s ee proper g - Case iron, t i 228 228 ron Iray cas Malleable cast iron 229 High-strength cast iron 230 Nonferrous metals and alloys 231 Brasses and bronzes 231 Aluminum alloys 235 Ch. VII. Summary Table of Standards for Types at Kaohine-Building Materials 239 Regular quality carbon steel (ordinary rolled stock) 239 Structural and shaped rolled stock 239 Sheets and strips 241 Card V 8 Machine Designer's Handbook Bands Quality and high-quality steels Structural and shaped rolled stock Sheet and strip Bands Nonferrous metals and their alloys Sheets and strips Bands Bars Steel pipe Pipe of nonferrous metals and their alloys Wire and wire products Medium- and high-carbon steel wire Alloy steel wire Wire of nonferrous metals and their alloys Stee ropes Metal screens Iron castings (gray and malleable cast iron) Steel castings Castings with special properties (cast iron and steel) AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 8/8 SOV13318 241 242 242 243 243 244 244 245 246 246 247 247 248 248 254 254 VK/IOfm 4-27-60 -T)(119YULEVT-SarggX,Grigar!yALV-Iohj SOIDNSKIY, Alsksandr Stepanovich; KASPER9 M., red.; NOVIKOVA, V., tekhn. red. (Manual for machinery designers] Spravochnoe posobie kon- struktoru-mashinostroiteliu. Izd.2., perer. i dop. Minsk, izd-vo BSSR, 1962. 402 p. (MIRA 16:7) (Machinery-Design and construction) DOSZI Tuljsn(Wd6Uw); IIAUS, B. (Wroolav) Effects of production concentration in the meat industry; on the Vample of the Meat Plants in Glat2,- Gosp miesna 14 no.2: 21-23 F 162, rr- - -1. 1. I'.'. t-,,, 117aLicr. cf I 'cusurir C Apparatus a -I , 7. 13r, rp , C, - -"'i'n --i - I (-II T' `)T-;-)' Vol. 5, T,(7. 9, -r-tr.-Nr ... , .-I - -1-i I - . I I SC: ly list of Fast r, ropcar. .cc( s sic rs (F.: .11~, L-, 7c1. !, , *,- - 3, !~-irch Y,55, Urel. 2 O"J"T": , :. 111. lN~7,ZKZ:"J" "l. IN. --l'Biolorical Foundatlorvi of '.h-3 'Jadfly of Beef under the Conditions of Southern Yazaknsfari.r for De,.lre s ', 1, 'cience Ar;d Envineorinr DoCendedat U35TZ Hilier -Aucatiorial 1-st it,ltion3) Acad Sci Ka-,akhstan U-33'Z, Inst of Biolog,y, Alma-Ata, lq~~ Kniz,,maya Lolopis', Nu. '25. 1S J~:" 55 For Dely-ree of Doctor of Biolo-licpl scic-nces GRUNIN, X.Ya.; DDSMUMV. T-N-- Individual consum of the development period of the cattle warble fly larva In the soirrhus (with Inglish eummary in insert]. Zool.shur.35 no.3:400-405 Mr 156. (MM 9:7) loZoologlohookly institut AN SM i Institut soologii AN Kazakhakay SSR* (Warble flies) USSR G Acarlds and Inmects as Vectors Olt, Dine"LOO. Inseats 1~3. Jr T No, 4 19% Fo. 15047 I !% : W~Iftnli ~kicnWld Reses-och Inatitute r N .2, : PeoulIar.ities of the Biology of Hypodermatidae of Cattle und0? Conditions of Southern Kazakh- Stan ;GPTG. PUD. : Tr. Kazalchak. n.-i. In-ta, 1957, 9, 5323-5-74 !I A 1; S' M, A C T:Under mountain conditions durin,,~ seasonal pao-tu- of animals, the cattle are exposed to ovi- r jx4g position of warble flies twice: in the foothills on the spring pastures and high! in the mountains on the gumrier pastures. In'th-a tralls of the oso- phagpz, the larvae (L) of the first stage were registered 1ron, June through March,and in the spinal cord channel In Decenber-April. To estab-I A M! - DOSZHANOVp T. N. "Zonal Characteristics of the Biology of Subcutaneous Gadflies in Southern Kazakhstan." Tenth Conference on Parasitological Problems and 'Diseases with Natural Reservoirs., 22-29 October 1959, Vol. 112 Publishing House of Academy of Sciences, USSR, Moscow-Leningrad, 1959. Institute of Zoology, Academy of Sciences, Kazakh SSRI (Alma-Ata) fur Vill VIM 6 ROE t 4 Al C1 IL p 3; gi 1 53 rv Ivy GATI, Istvan, dr.; IAJOS, Iaszlo,, dr.; DOSZPOD, Jossof, dr.; HISZEK, Nandor" dr.; ARNOLD, Tatvan., dr.; BUCS, Gabor, dr. Changes in maternal mortality at the maternity clinic of Peas during 40 yearn with special respect to puerperal favor. Orv. hatil. 106 no,33S1563-1567 15 Ag'65. 1. Peosi Orvostudomanyi '9gyetem Smileezeti as Nogyogyaszati Klinika (Igazgatol Iajos, Uszlo,, dr.), ,UITOVA, V.; DOTCHEV9.,.P. - On acne index change)a of the alke"i acid equilibrium in chronio pneumimia of'ohildrign from 3 to 34 years of age. Cook, pediat, 20 no.3t431-433 Hr 165 1. Department of Pediatrics, Universit3 of Sofia, Bilgaria, BIFffUKOV, P., insh.; DOTLIBOT., A.,, insh.; ZPSHTRYN, V,., iinh, Mass production of reinforced concrete bathrooms. Zh12. otrol, no.12:21-22 42. (MIRA 16q) Onepropstrovsk-Precast concrete) (Bathrooms) BIRYUKOV, Pavel Fedorcivichj QQTLIMVx_Arkaqy__MjkMylovI,ch; RDMANETSO Tatlyana Tampolkoyna; EFSHTF,11.,' VladWr LIvairich; VISHNEVYY, V., red.; YEREKINA, I., tekhn.rede 9 . - -.8 (Frpestanding reinforced-concrete bathrooms; their manufacture and use] Menesushohis shelasobotonnye prostranstvoWe eanitarno- tekhnicheskie kabiny; opyt isgotovleniia i primenaniia. Kievj Goastroilsdtit,, 1963. 37 P. (MIRA 16s6) (Bathroom BIRYUKOV, 11.9 inzh.; DOT1,113OV9 D., inzh.-, EPSHTEYN, V., irizh. Reinforced .-.oncrete three-dimensional bathroons. Zhil. stroi. no.12:17-18 161. (MIRA 15:2) (Bathrooms) (Dne:propetrovsk Province--Preca3t concrete construction) DOTI, M. Analysis of data on primary production gattiered during the Joint me,,hodological work of scientists of various countries In the region of the Hawaiian Islands. Okeanologiia 2 no.3:543- 553 162. (KRA 15t7) (Phytoplankton) JU7.2"L. VECITICLI-0y Pr.-'RI'.DICA,L: EPULETC-I'SPESZET. VoI~ h, no. 6, 1955 Dotsch,, K. Froblems of installinr, central heatirT, equ..p:iienl~- p. LOb. Monthly list of ga3t European Accessions (EEAI) LC, Vol. C-, No. 2, February 11~59, Unclas:3. POTSCH, Karoly "Preparationp prooessing and uoe of polyrinyl cILlorideN by ArpeA JakAb# Tburso and Zinoz. Revieved by Karoly Dotach. Epulstgepesset 6 no.4s.123-IU 157. A 1. "EvulotgepeozetO szerkeesto bisottsagi tagja. DOTSCH, Karoly-- % e~ MJ'6"-- Gyulay. Epulatppezzat 6 no.,4:136 17/. I%w 1, "EpulotgopestatO szo.r,keazto bizotteagi tagja. DOTSCH, Laroly r-- The 2d Warsaw ConMes of FoUsh Dometic Eqginoere, llpulotgopossat 8 no,2:81-86 159, 1. *Epulotgaposset" sterkepto bizottuagi tagja. ~ 41., 44~!,i DOISSCHO Karoly- Assuring materials and fittings in the second five-year plan. Spulotgepesset 9 no.5s175-178 160. 1. *Zpulotgepeozot* ozerkeozto bizotteagi tagja. -p-MA.-A-ro-17 Olloalbook on boating and ventilation toichnologyN by fl, Rietschels. Reviewed by Karoly Dotsob. Epaetgapeszet 9 noo6s234,-235 160, 1. Spulotgepenzet" szorkeozto bizott3agi tagja, DOTSCH, Xaroly "Catalog.0 Reviewed by garoly DotBaft. Spulotgopezzat 11 no,,0135 8 162. 1. "Epulotgopezzat" gzarkensto bizottsagi tagja. DOTSCH, laroly Comparison of the material consumptlon of long-diBtance heating atationa. Epulotgapeezet 12 no.6:202-203 D#63. 1. "g-pulotgepeozet" azarkeazto bizottaal;i teigja. PUCELEV, Al. dr.; POPOV, K. dr.; ASTRUG, A., dr.; ITTSCHIN , D., dr.; Pf"TRIVISKA-WENKOVSKA v S. dr. Eidanic nephropatby In Bulgaria. Orv. hett.. 105 n(-,.35:1642-1647 Ag 3) 'U.. 1. Szofiai BelklInIka (1gazgato: Al. 13u:hlev dr.) es Korbonctani Intozet (Igazgatoi B. Kardshiev dr.'. DorSEEK A. ~: 94 tiu& tractor. Toen.snan. 31 no.5:12-13 IV '55. Oam 8:9) i:Vshicles. Military) (Motor trucks) ZOTSENKO,A., Inshenor Sca,le formation in engine cooling systess and ways of preventing it. Avt, tram- 33 no.4:20-22 Ap 155. (XIR& 8:7) (Automobiles-Ingines-Cooling) DOTS91110, A.; BYXHOYSXIY. Ya. In these monentous days. Promokoop. 13 nool:1.7 Ja 159,, (MIRA 12--2) (Moscow-Leather Industry) DOMINEO, A.A. ....... -- Considering wind-driven waves in predicting malarial conditions of reservoirs wider construction. Ked.pares. i paraz.bol.supple&ant to no-1:12 '57. (MIRA 11:1) 1. Is Instittits malyarti i maditsinskoy paresitologii Ministerstva idravookhraneniya RSFSR- (RNSA2VOIRS) (WIlW) (HOSqUITORS) Do~~16.w. . Republic confere-nos and epidemiological no.3:379-380 )V-JG (HUaOLCOY) of specialists In water aspects of sanitar7 control stations. Had,paras. I paras.bol. 26 '57. (MIRA 10M) :POU'OV-JKIY* S.N.1 DPF~!!~qt,.A.Ao ORosorvoir conetruation, and oroblems of S.Se.Polcrorskii, A-it.Dotsenko. Med.paras. 1U!-114 *J&--Y 158s (MALARIA) malaria.* Reviewod by i o9res.bol. 27 no.l: (MIRA 11:4) ,j - W7SM(KOO A.A. Sanitary antimplarial Vmtionm in the ReBeYeStRe durinf, the postwar *,reate (lo46-19:55) and their effectiveness* Wepel"# i pami,bol* 29 no.l:M-82 Ja-F 160e (KnA 13 M) (MAIARIA) POWVODUVA, V.P,.; DOMMIXOp AsA. Conferer.ce of Entomolcglato of the Sanitary and Epidemiological Stations of the European Part of the R.S.F.S.R. Med, paras. i paraz. bol. 32 no.5&6"-3-634 S-0163 (M RA l6t12) Chnni:,.:; In the walAr factor and in sanitarY and epidemiological -ondl f li fle Imlor %n region afWr tho construction of the T,-0m,j,Ptnuk Ri!!iorVL-jr, Mled.paraz.t laruz.bol. 33 no.4t464-485 Jl- (MIRA 18:~3 instital, .1offltsinskoy L 1732-66 IWA 3 V, ACCIESSION NR: AP501421i UR/010 51000100210008/0016 AU'MON: Doteenko, 0. 1. (Dotsenko, A. I.) (SeyastoPoll TITLEi Engineering locus-of roots method of synthesizing an auto ma tic controlle:r SOURCE: Avtomat:tka,, no, 2,, IS154, 8-16 TOPIC TAOSS automatic control design., optimal control~'autoniatic control theory ABSTRACT: A method of synthesis of an optimal controller is consider-' ed based on the t:ieoretioal. proposition as to the expediency of np- proxIngition of zeroes and poles of the transfer function cof the 3513 temo The neceasity and praotical sufficiency of approximating only two min- imum poles is proved. Concrete methods for solving the problem are indicated and an introduction of simple equations for the caloulattons of tbe optimal dynamia parameters of the controller is attempted. Them proposed method Is used to eaAculate a control system for the speed of a DO motor. It Is concluded that the laborious method Df succea- Card 1/2 L 1732-M, ACCESSTOM NR: AP5014211 sive approach to the optimal solution can be avoided by the use of '.he! ccntrol-'~ simple formulas fclr calculatine- the dynamle. parameteris of the 1e r. The order of' magnitude of the transmission coefficient of -the I second derivative of the control law, required for the further improvei- Ment of the dynamlo characteristics of systems, can be obtained from an euqArical formula., anti subnequently refined. Introducticn of the second dF-rivative In the control law requires a correction of the prevlously chosen parameter of *.he first derivative. A simple re-la- tion between the djramic lparamel;ers allows one to go over fr:)m tile calculation of the dynamic parar.*A-.ter;, to a choice of components of the correoting netuorks and to s. calculation of their structural' parameters. Orig. art, has: 2 tables, 24 formulas, and 5-figures AS30CIATION: None SUBMWED: 17june6.*s ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: IE, DP NR REP SON's 006 OITHER: 000 Card MAKIN, II.D.; SIGARPV, A.M.'I ZVYAGIPIA, Ye.V.; PrinimAll uchastiyes DOTSPROP A.M.1 AMORMIA, M.A.; LYUBIMOVA, F.M.; .17.W.NOVA, 'L.V. Investigating the gaseous madius surrounding cArbon-grRphlte blW-a dtiring their balcing In a multiple camprtrtment ring kiln. TSvet. met. 37 no.1001-54 0 164. (WRA 180) r, 4tig,3-66 NRi EWT00/EWP(W)/T/ZWF(t)/ETI (W) JD AP601569..q SOURCE CODE: V,9/0413/66/000/009/0097/0098 INVENTOR: Balashovp V. A ; Dotsanko, A. M.; Kornilov, A. V. ORO: none TITLE: Method of atudyIng the development of fatigue cracks. Class 42,,! No. 181361 SOURCE: Izobre~eniyap pronyehlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no.~~91 1966p 97-98 TOPIC TAGS: cracking, crack propagation, fatigue crack ABSTRACT: This Author Certificate introduces a method of studying the development of fatiguecracits by applyinj; a sensing element to the area of possible cracking, Whe nensing element consists of several parallel conductors with a g1v n law of variation of space between them. The conductors are arranged perpendicular to the possible direction of crack propagation,Ifln o derto obtain diagrams showing the relation- ship between the ength of the propagating crack and the number of load-i Card 112 - i 1~1 I ju.-! G 6- ACC NRi Ap6ol5699 ;ing cycles automatically, electric signals proportional to the spaces ~between the conductors of the sensing element are arranged to be trans- mitted to the recorder which simultaneously receives the periodic sequence of electric pulses rrom the cycle.counter. The time between these pulses is proportional to a specific, number of loading cycles of the test piece (see Fig. 1). Orig. art. has;. I figure. [Tranalation] (LD] r--------- Fig, 1. SUB CODE: 2/2 20/ SUBM DAM 2714ar65/ Device for study- ing -the propaga- tion of fatigue cracks. 1-Sensing element 2-automatic recorder; 3-oycle counter HKI APW2M%. LWOOW66/032/006/07"/OrA AUTWRi Toroblymyl A. ;.I Gavrilmat Ye. A.1 Dotswkoo A. X. ......... OW t None TITIZa The affeat of rmvly oocuring oomprqgsion cycles upon thq'90&Q%we of a..- structural member SWMI ZarodsIcaya laboratorlyat V. 32t no. 6, 19660 733~-T% $10A. 7Vd.C, VT-oVFSS, TMC TAGSI AChanical fatiguso fatigue strength, fatigue toot, ancy steel, dumlumin / 3MGSA alloy steelt DIM dumlumin ABSTRACTS The fati&a tests applied. to the samplos of tubes made of D16T dukalumin and 3MGSA alloy steel are discussed. The samples are ohom in a figure and their mochanictt proportion are given in a footnote. The specimen woro uubjected to repeated cyclio loads with an intervention of rarely occurring compression cycles, an shown in a'diagram. The cycles causing tensile stresses won of 0.1 - 0.25 aid 22 cps, while the frequency.of the compression cycle was Oal cps* The results of enduremco tests are reflected in the emphs. 7he first graph represents a not of curves d.emonstrating that the rarely inter- vaning compressive stresses considerably lover the ordurnme limits of tested saWleas. Another set of curves shown that a mDre frequent repetition of compression cycles causes a gmator fatigue of materials The tests cooduotod with D16T samp2on proved that the mc ACC NRs AP6028194 -effect of compression is greater if each cycle consisted of a series of repeated variable tenaLle and compressive otreseess In gweral, the endurance of material is lowered with, the ~ncreaue of oompreenivo strano and probably with tho decrease of basio tensile stroses .0rig. art* hast 5 diagrams. Od Cw*1 no 231, MW an$ ''Now CM W1 Ow, Card 2/2, AUTHOR3 Dotu,tj-nko,__.A_,I, 26-58-4-9/45 TITLE: ."hy the Severskiy Donets Becomes Shallow and Loses Fish (Pochemu meleyet 1 bedneyet ryboy Severskiy Donets) PERIODICAL: Priroda, 1956, ;r 4, p 40 (USZR) ABSTRACT: The Severskiy D3nets is the ms4n watercourse in the important Khar1kov - Donbass indtistrial area. Summer cottages and health resortst surrounded by parks and forests, cover its banks, but the river is neglected. It is choked with silt and driftwood, and where years ago ships could sail, the river can now bo forded in numerous places. The industrial enterprisus located in the neighborhood use huge quantities of water, othero dump all kinds of AL-.ste or discharge spent hot water into -.he rivqr, thereby lotntroying the remaining fish reaourcog. A"he author jugge3t3 thai, quick measures be taken to pro , z -0 -t the flora and faura of the river and to correct the ztunerou3 other def.,ciencies. ASSOCIATI0,14i Skripayevskiy j-h-3bno-)pytnyy '.PnkhL)7 (Khar1kovskaya Ob- last', -rainint-, und Exfcrimental Leakhoz) (Khar1kov Oblasi;- 11kr36R) AVAILABLE- Library of Conere.,.:, Card 1/1 1. Ichthyolog-') S.M 2. Sc-.,cr3kV Donets River 3. Fishes-USSR DOTBARKO, Adlp~~.' e'-- ""' ~ Goiter of a supernumereq *,byrold body loctited In the posterior mediastinume Yrach,delo no,10:1089 0 157, (MIRA 10:12) 1. Kafedra propedeytichaskoy khirurtii (zare - prof, I.Ya.Deyneks) Odevskoga maditsinskogo inatituta. (KIDUSTIMM-MUS) (THrROID GIAND-4BNORMITIRS AND DxroRmITIES) AUTHORs S.OV/20-120-3-65/67 TITLEt Changes In thO Voi-piaabili ty of the Homatoencophalio Barrior, In tho Case c4 a Closed Skull and Brain Injury (Izmenonlya pronlt3ayemosti gemato-ent-39falicheskogo t-az'yera pri zalcrytcy charapno-mozgovoy tra7me) PERIODICAL: Doklady kkademii Nauk SSSR, 1556, Vol. 120, Nr 3, Pp. 673-676 (USSR) ABSTRACT; Thanke to the works of Mrs. L.. S. bhtern and her student* it was found o-~..t thal. the mentioned barrier (HEB) plays an import"t part In the acti-ity of the central nervous system (referoncos 1, 2). In this zonnection it was also proved that a number of pathological processes the permeability of the HEB is changed. This process is bound to have an effs--t on the a~.,tivity of the central nervous systam and the clinical plotuxe of the disease (references 3 - 6). From publications (rcferences 7, 11) we learn that the train injury is accompanied by an increase of the permeability cf the HEB. Thits explains to some extent the Card 1/4 -merious .;I-1nic.a'-1' manlfc3tatlons of the dieease. It was the Cha-nges in the Permeability of the hematoencephalic SOV/20-120-3-65/67 barrier, in the ulaae of a Clo!iei Sicull and Brain Injury taek of thn discussed Investigation ti investigate the permoatIlIty ol the HEB in animals (dogs, rabbits) after different periods after the injury. For thIs purpose the anLmals were gl*ren dosed hits. A typicai. contusion- -COMmUt!on--nyndr=e was obsorved. 24 fi~.urs later the rymptoms vanished or bezame weaker. A serious Inhibition of the ~entra.!- nervous system waahowever, of several days duration. At the autopsy a ;iyperemia of the cerebral meningei, duiing th? firet ::icurs after the injury, an Increased blood-rupply of' the brain, sometimss fine hemorrhages of tho size :if a punct were proved in the cortex and in the stem part if the head brain. As indicators of the permeability radioactive phosphorus and ridioactive :a1t--1-am we-%e bused. Tho anima15 that suffered from the mentlined injary were Investigated in the 2nd e6rieq of experiments, on table I can be seen that the permeability c:f the HEB Is in all cases considearably increased aft(,r the injury. That is p-ro7ed by thb increased .12 Card 21.1 ainoQn-t of P, in the brain as well. as In the fluid of the Changes In the Peimeability of the Hematoencephalic SOY/20-12U-3-65/67 Barrier, in the Case of a Closed Skull and Brain Injury spinal corl. The effect of the traumatizini; factor na3 not the same in the different portions! of the cortex Ca45 penetrates into the brain-t1saue in a very small quantity. After the injury the amount of the isotope ift the braln Is c;onsldera~oly incrioased ('table 2). Further, the permeability of the hemato-ophthalmic barrier was ,studied. It was proved that the effe;t of the mentioned InJurY 1i of s1mllar kind as that In the brain. The hr-aviest If-s!ons of both larriers agree to a certain oxtent with the most -Intensive m4nifestation of the disease. It to pisalble that the penetration of t-oxic subatati-.ab and of aubatances, altogether foreign to the train-metati,l,-*Lsm# (among them also of antigen nature) is one of thr~ ra-,tors which explain the serious consequences ct' the skull. and brain inj~iry. There are I figure, 2 tables, a.4d 14 refereacee, 9 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION! Odezaklj meditsinskiy instl.tut Im. X. 1. Piiagova Card 3/4 (Odeasa Atedictil. InatItute imeni 1.. 1. Plrogov) Changes in the Perm9ability of the Hematcenc,~pha'Lic SOVI 20-120- 3-6516, 7 BtLrzlr.r, in thp CW3a of a Closed Skull amd Brain injury PRESENTED i Februarj 12, 19nJ8, by L. 3. Shtarn, 'I'lember, A.:,,ademy Gf 5-,_'en,_ea , USSR SUBMITTED; FAr~wxy 11, 1056 1. Head injuries--Analysis 2. Brain--Pathology 3. Nervous system--Pathology Card 4/4 DO 111 - " 7. (" I C~Ald 0 f irr-t 47. 106) T. P-4 01SUA0 A.P.,,,nauk; CIIINCHWOp Ye.I.,,nauk Minical and th82-apoutic aspects of insufficient suture after gastric resection. Nov.khir.arkh. nool.1160-64 161. (MIRA -1412) 1. Kafedra obehohey khirurgii pediatricheakogo I eanitamo- giglyanichookogo faklalteta OdeBalcogo meditsinskogo institutas (STCHAOR-SURGERY) (SUTURES) DOTSENKO A.P.,, kand. sellkhoz. nauk; TKACIUKO, A,A,; DOSTIN, Te.I.9 kand. sellkhoz. nauk; YABLOVSKIY, L.I.j GARMASH9 P., red. [Forest reserves of the Crimea] V zapovednykh lesakh Kryma. Simferopol', Krym~zdatjp 1963. 1 ir. (MIRA 17:6) Nurseries," Les. khoz., 5. No.2p DaMYK01 A.P. 2. 1 iss R (6w) 4. Agricultural Maclanery 7. Chuguev mechanizers are ready for spr~ngj Les i step$ 5 no. 3, 1953. 9. Monthly List of RU931an Accessions, Library of Congress, APPIL 1953. Unclassified. 1. DNJ~,":XO, A. P. 2. w3i,, (6oo) 4. Arboriculture 7. B.-oader introduction of wide-row sowin8 in nur-scrie2. kboz. 6, No. 3, 1953. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions* Library of Congress, A-~-il 1953- linelne-les-A -0 - ~,GUJTRY : `j r" Tf G 02, Y : 7orestiv. 7oren t CultureF. AB3 . JOUR. : RZhBiol. , lNo. u, 1959, 1-10. 63232 AUTHOR : !)Ot~-Rnko A. P. , T. Growth of Illne '~'eor.Angs witt, %lide-7ren,~h 02 FIN3. s.-W!. ir)-tu, 1057, LtLrl~' A 13"T.-".-ICT Tn nurserLes of the "~tltnovl-lkoyc in-3 17'aio-tyevskoye 7orestrla:; of Chlist ir 1",54-11:,S6, exr),arinentRI -,owings of n1no, o-11c, -,hftrp-lc-tv-_J mirle, narrow- Ia aved oloqswr ancl forest apple vere carrlt!3 out on polzalizel .Aqnly-lon- charr~(j"ze*-.-'l, the lvinu 1-2C ("71. -ri~m tle ex.,--inle *t anni%%rs, tno 4 . -1 It izitr -ar:tn", sowing- denslt7 tri-nehos of -IC cm In h is :311vicultur-My more e-'llpct~ve. 'n ~nlc ca.-2, .Viel-' rl' goo-i-qu,.-Pty clintin:- -~at~artal ia t1res greater. FOr nur3erle3 tr, tte ncon-arld ;dirt of t~~,, s I I. toppe, and forait ste-.)pa, lne seeds czf O'Docies whi ch are lem!mdlni~ of r:oistare Oita) 1/12 COUNTRY CATEGOEff ABS, JOUR. I RZhB101., No. 11, 1959, No- 63232 AUTHOR T IT LZE ORIG. PUB. ABSTRACT and soil fertility are recommend,~3 ror sowing in narrower (8-12 cm) trenches, usirf, derger (11 times agreater than the norm) seeding f4 xBrophyte? 500cleg, with small seeds and developed stalky root in soils inclined to silting.-D. 1. ~.oryabtn Card: 2/2 I l4v. DOTSE KO, A.P.p Cand Agr Sci (dis3) of rr D.- of tree, and shr -b 44= a ~'U~ broad-furrow sowing." Kharlkov, 1958s 1h pp (Min of Agr USSR. Khartkov Order of Labor Red Banner Agr Inst im V.V. Dokuchayev. Chair of Agro-forest Improvement) 150 copies (KL$ 21-581 92) - 52 - CHI14CHF,NKO# YesIsj DU4j4Mj-A.F*-, Some problems in the clinical aspects and tTeatment of mi:-ced tumors of the salivary glands, Vrach, delo no, D88-90 161, (KRA 14:4) 1.1afedra obahchey khirurgii (zav. - zaaluzhermyy deyatell nauki prof..I.Ya. Deyneka) pediatricheskogo i otomatologicheskogo fakulltetov Odesskogo meditsinakogo Instituta. (SALIVARY GLANDS-TUMORS) DOTSENKO, A.P., (Odessa) Two cases of bronchogenic eyats of the mediastlnum, Klin,meds no-01/42-144 162. (MIRA 15.5) 1. Iz kafedry obshchey khiiurgii (zav. - zasluzhennyy deyatell nauki Prof. I.Ya. Deyneka) pediatricbeakogo i stomatologicheskogo fakulltetov Odesskogo meditsinskogo instituta, irieni N.I. Pirogova (diro - prof* I.Ya. Deyneka). (~=ASTINUYS--TUMORS) (CYSTS) PUrS1,14KO, A.P., kand. med. nauk SinglF-'-3taf:' ichinococcectomy in bilateral ec:hfnococu-)9i9 of the lungs, Kh.rurgiia no.1:2.17-118 163. (M , I HA- 17: 5) 1. Iz kafecti, obshchey khirargli pediatr'-Oviakcgo 1 stomatolo- gicheskogo fakulteta (zav.-za-,,'-iu",h~)r-nrf leyatell nauki prof. 1. Ya. Deyneka) Odevskogo mdit-3'mikogo iritini N.I. Firogo-,-a. DOTSENTO, A.P., Cancer cells in circulating blood; a survey of foreign lite- rature. Vrach. delo no*7:86-92 J1163. (14DU. 16tlO) 1. Klinika, obshchey khirurgii pediatricheskogo i stomatologi- cheakogo falculitetov (zav. - aasluzhennyy deyateltuawki prof. LYA.Deyneka) Odeaskogo meditsinskogo instituta. (GAIMER) "D-IdAMINATIO14) DOTSkf%Q,,._A.,P. _(Odeosa) Disorders Of the ophthalmo-encepha3le barrier mechanism in closed oranio-cerebral injuries. Arkh. pat. 25 no.5s 13-18 '63. (MIRA 17:2) 1. Iz kafedry obshchey khirurgii, pediatrichealcogo i stoma- tologicheskogo fakullteta (zavo - sasluzhenrTr deyatell nauki of. I.Ya. Deyneka) i kafedry-patologicheakoy fizio- logii rzav. - prof. N.N. Zayko) Odeoskogo meditainskogo institute. imeni N.I. Pirogove.. DOTS'-'IIKO, A.P., kand. mied. nauk; ZHARDETSKIY., A.S., dotsent Clinical aspects and surgical treatment of primary pleural tumors- Vest. khir. 94 no.2:61-67 F 165. (MRA 18:5) 1. Iz kafedry obshchey kbirurgii (zav. - prof. I.Ya. Deyneka) pediatricheskogo i stomatologicheskogo fakulltetov Odesskogo maditsinskogo Institute. imeni Pirogova. DOT 3"-'~", T On-er Sz "wid Jill; 11"a j BOSVORT, R. Ch. L. [BaWrth, R.C.L.1,; DOTSIMKO. B.B.,Ctranalatorl.; ., IMMMUKATA. B.A.,takhn. red. SURINOV, Yu.A.Jed.; RTNIK, (Host transfer phenomena] Prot gaasy..torployoga perono6a. Moskva, Goo. isd-yo takhniko-taoret. lit-ry, 1957. 275 P. ETranolated from the Inglishl. (Heat--Transmission) (MIRA 11:12) AUTHOR: Dotsenko, B, 3, 2o--119-3-17/65 TITEL: On the Problem of the Proton Structure (K voprosu o strukture protona) PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii flauk S33R, 1958, Vol 119, Itr 3, PP., 466 - 463 (USSR) ABSTRACT-, E. E. Chambers (Chembern) and R Hofstadtor (Khofstadter) (Reference -1) experimertally investiE:ated the electromagnetic structure of the proton,, Of the 6 ponsible functions of the density distribution d(r) of the cha::gre in the proton the r exp(-r), Here dendes authors prefer the fwiction d(r) - d 0 the distance to the center of the proton,expressed in correspond- ing units., The theoretical investit:a.tion of the structure of the proton could be performed most consiStently on the basis of the rigorous field. thcory~ Becaune of the earnest difficult- ies in such an inyestii;ation, horev,~r, the author here solves this problem approximately, whereby he starts with sone pheno- menologice.1 assumptions, On this occasion the author regards Card 1/4 the proton to be a nucleus, which Is enveloped by a meson -On the Problem of the Proton Structu:~e 2o-119-3-17/65 cloud. Besides, this cloud is assumed to be formed by one single meson, From the known relativistic equation. for the ~-wave function of a particle with tk.c m,~,ss L, and the spin 0, which moves in a field with the pote.,itiaal V(r) 2 2 - 2 2` I /~ C ) (E-V) S~mc j ~-,JnD L% it -ed~ Thereby E = -e notation reads: is obtain t holds and th D - density of the zour-.e, U and c - known constants. If the ernisGion of a meson is forbidden and if the meson coi:,.es into interaction with the nucleus, 2C2) [(E_V)2_(MO2 )21 +.0 is obtained. In thu determination of' the interaction potential V thu author applies the hypothesis,by I. Ye, Tamm. According to this the meson Ildi avociat call in the field of the nucleus into a pair of nucleon-antinucleon. Then a potential V(r) of the form of the usual. can be used a:3 potential for the inter- action of such a pair with the nuclBus Yukawa potertial. The Card 2/4 sollition of the last writl~en equation is set up in the form -7 On the Problem of the Proton Structure 2o-119-3-17/65 of +(r,t) - exp(-i(6/4 )t) 0). Here dendes t the time and ~a constant with the dimension of an energy. Thus a steady solution for the system nucleus-meson is looked for and one assumes that the cancellation of 'the eadyness takes place because of the destruction of the central nucleus by the nucleon, which has formed in the pair production. The process of the computation is puraued step by step. Then the expression +('rpt)-exp(-i( F_1~) t )YW(-9,r)R(r) with 1dr) k � k k-o is obtained for the wave function of' a meson with the mass m, which forms a cloud around the nuoletus. The lowest state of -the here exedned system is the P-state. The dependence of the density of the meson cloud on the distance approximately agrees with the experiment In the case of 2j - 1. Finally the author thanks the member of the Academy, K. X. Bogolyubov for valuable Card 3/4 consultations. There are 6 referenceog 5 of which are Soviet. . On the Problem of the Proton Structure 2o-119-3-17/65 ASSOCIATIOIT: Institut fiziki Akademil nauk USSR ( Physics Institute AS Ukrainian SSR) PRESENTED: November 28, 1957, by K. X. Bogolyubov, Nember, Academy of Sciences, USSR SUBMITTED: November 27, 1957 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 4/4 iF, f w 3 a- A ii I ml Ala-. Al a, ~Iis 1V 11;V VA _31a t Z~7 1.5 , ('Y Ls in it L.- C6 0.4 . 11 -!~ boo 0 A 40 S 40, w, op V 00 IA Un. -;O~ 9, Has moo. ~-Ozg 0 On 311-01 v .0 0 01 it t .3 0 Ali, I - Hoa. h"! uoi 000 I Jig Wow a a IL ----------- DOTSIM B.B, I- Contribution to the theor7 of the superfluid state of a aratem of Permi particles with isotopic spin. Part 1, Ukr. fise Shure 4 no.3:300-312 My-Je '59. (MRA 13:2) l.Institut fisiki AN USSR. (Superfluldity) 21 (0) AlUTHORt Dotsonko, B. B. SOY/48-23-7-20/31 TITLEt On the Theory of Sups rfluidity of Nuclear Matter (K teorii ' everkhtokuohosti yadernoy fhaterii) PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Akademii aauk SSSR. Seriya fizicheskaya, 1959, Vol 23, Nr 7, pp 914-917 (USSR) ABSTRACT- The assumption of the concentration of nucleex matter has been widely used recently in theoretical investigations of the principal properties of nuclei. From the papors (Refs.1 and 2), and particularly from the paper (Ref 3)t of Irestern scientists it can be seen that - in spite of an intense mutual interaction of the nucleons - the nuclear matter.-canbe-relwied as consioting of poorly interacting Fermi particles, the effective mass of these particles being twice as small as that of free particles. From other papers (Refe 4 and 5) it can further be seen that a system of Fermi pexticles with poor attraction at temperatuxas near the absolute zero can form a condensate from the vapor of the particles. Further, a hypothesis of N. It. Bogolyubov on the investigation of superfluidity of a Fermi system is indicated with the method suggested by him in the theory of superconducti- Card 1/2 vity, and this method is applied to a systen of Fermi particles. On the Theory of Superfluidity of Nuclear Mattor SOT/1,8-23-7-28/31 The equation (1) is used as a basist and by meano of a canonical transformation of the symbols for the energetic excitation (2), a now equation is obtained for (1). The Coefficients of this transformation must satisfy special conditionst and the equation system (3) is obtained by which the coefficients of the trans- fo=ation are determined. Subsequently, the energy of the ground state of the system considered is determined, the difference between the energies of the normal and the sn1jerfluid ground states are obtained by equation (12). The energy of the general superfluid state is indicated 'by equation (14), and it is ascertained that the single-Fermi excitation Is separated from the main 8uperfluid state. Finally the author thanks N. N. Bogolyubov for his advice, and L. M, Korolev and A. F. Lubeheao for their interest in the work and the discussions carried ons There are 8 references, 4 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Institut fiziki Akademii nauk USSR (Institute of Physics of the Academy of Sciences, UkrS.M3) Card 2/2 AUTHOR: TITLE: PERIODICAL: Dotsenko, B.B. On the pionic nucleons J S/185/60/005/003/001/020 D274/D303 and electromagnetic structure of Ukrayins1kyy fizychnyy zhurnal, V. 5. no,. 3, 1960, 295-306 TEXT: The structure of nucleons on the basis of the Blokhintsev- Yastrov model is considered. A working model for the three-pionic state is suggested. At present, no accurate expressions can be obtained for the quantities involved; the author proposes finding estimates for these quantities and to ascertain the basic character- istics of the three-pionic state. With regard to the model of three pionic state, it is assumed that the pion is polarized when moving in a field. Such a state of "nucleonic polarization" of the pion is called the TT-state and the pion in this state - the TT-pion: TT+ = (p.n) = 2-4(p*n + _e;) (6) T7 - x (p -n),, rr p ,/60/005/003/1)01/020 26586 S/185 On the pionic and electromagnetic... D274/D303 in the first approximation, the interaction betwcen pion and core can be described by the Yukava potential. It is noted that the TT-state differs from the $C-state. The mass of the 11 -pion is found to be M - P_ + + i#e* 1 - 2 2 6.3-2 2 (8) Mri Z 5-al "t" 0.84M ~1-0 5.51) 6.5 hence its mass is greater than that of the Jt-pion. The lifetime of the virtual TT-pion is approximately Atv/5.5; its size approxi- mately 16rg/5.5. Fig. 4 shows a virtual pion which is emitted and then absorbed by the core, whereby it passes into the TT-state then back to the Ir-state. The wave function of the pion (in both TT - as well as 4t -state) can be determined by'~the Klein.-Gordon equation (and the interaction WO the Yukava potential.); 2% + --L- C (E _ V) 2: (mUC2) 2 ]~n . 0 V t2r2 26586 S/18%60/005/003/001/020 On the pionic and eiectromagnetic.~ D274 303 f is obtained; by means of this equaf:.oll and of the potential. V(r), the "averaged" wave function of '-irce-pionic (orTT-) state is determined. Eq. (11) was solved .3,* Mc author (Ref. 16: DAS SSSR, 119, 3, 1958). The estimate o)- [C~Iiwr. due to a three-pionic state is then examined. The dynamic;0 tit-oblem is treated in the quasi- classical approximation (as was hitic by A. Sommerfeld in computing .the motion of a proton in the The distribution densities for the TT-pion and the core 2 exp ;/Gk = Ili G iT = R exp Tr 2a ak (26) The mean-square (r2 = ,T) radius"S R~y 0 2 ;e/(8_10-14cm)2, 'dr 12a~ (27)