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L 17047-63 kmcl S/205/63/0333/002/005/024 ASD ARIK AUMFORS: -Dubinin, N. P*., and Dubirdnas LO GU. TITTS: Radiation and changes in ma--Iei of huzan rell-s dl=-Lrig of life cy-ele in tissue m1ture PERIODICALs Re-diobiologiya, V. 3., P,3. 2,, 1963, 181-190 =ELUg -1he m:,k is with 4L-;=- efferat cf ionizing rsdi:~,,:,A or, nuclaax changes 7,,~--ases ~~f the cycles of h-z= cells im the t, Ls A i-is, as thia vrork wass rr, 2 rrA-.-3n pOr-,jC7 Of tT-YD-~-j Uz~i Z U C -z- ~-7 "i 17, :~f tissue parti,,1-es- int-it irJ-1,eid.L11 e 1:L s,,D 07ra a~z t qob~,-iined -,-,rk shcm stri-~+, deuendenas -~f the 7r=ber ini the :,=ges e ~.-L3 of d,f1qr- ar-le 0~ iz-ra~USAe-i ?j-, c all 3 in :--m-ent's Df T a .~A sll 3f 44 1- 4 s I.- - I Z ;L,.l ni 4-1-itam bibliography. &-Zlish-~'--16uage 'I. T., Pa-3ar,,:)k. 47, 830, 1 Proc,. Nat. 9 A-73 S Orl :A 7 0 71 zL-ntitut bLilogich6slv,,7 fizikis All; SSSSR (Instit-ate cif lB311----~-,:-al---I-- -Pky%icl~ Ar"ad, of S,~iernis ISSR), I-T-)scow SUBUMD: July 27., 1962 Card 2/2 Dubinin N P and T. Ya. Grozdo,.-a. IN: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Doklady. ' 1 9,'020,'63 148i006/02201023 v . 48. no, 6, 21FebIO63, 1397-1399. 31~-eptomycin introduced by micropipette into the abdominal cavty or added to _rosophila melanogaster (D-18 strain) has been "ouno *.o possess anti- 4 properties when used in concentrations of 2.5 and 5~ 10 T/ml. __e, -5 method of analysis was used to determine tno ef~e,.s o f Strepto- ne appearance of spontaneous, sex-linked, letna'. E ess. point The inhibition of mutations was obtained by 8trept -)mvrin after the (which occurs m the post-melotic staa~- passed, ndi- potenlall of streptomycin suppresses the natural m~,ag h ):-,.~,s or ! at the influence of mutagenic factors. appear before Df streptomycin, is delayed intil sperm, forrna-,.~-,-. s comp.eted :--a ned ind.,cate that the antimatagenic e,' s. a p p, lies Con-,rary to the as well as to chromosome re cons t ructiors in 4ings of other investigators, streptomycin failed to show any protective ef- lect agamst irradiation by T -MYS. (BM Card 1/1 .e~~ININ, N.P.; MOKEYEVA, N.P. Effect of fast neutrons on the nucleus in various phases of human cell cycle in tissue culture. Radiobiologiia 4 no.4; 554-562 164. (MIRA 17:11) 1. Institut biologicheakoy fiziki AN SSSR, Moskva. DUBININ,~X.F, Theoryi k4 'ry *t=7 OW contenporg_,~,*oblems of the gone Otd. biol" 69- no.10-19-- DUBININ., N.P.; SAPRYKINA, Ye.G. " , .,-: : ic -,. 7: ;'- 7 , Chain reaction accompanying chemical mutagenesis. Dokl. AN SSSR 158 no.4!956-959 0 164. (MIRA 17:11) 1. Institut biologichookoy fiziki AN SSSR. 2. Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Dubinin). DUBUDIO N*Poj SHORMWOVi VbKw Nature of the natural xutation Proms in Vicia faba and AUjum fistulosum L. Dckl, AN SSSR 159 no.3a652-655 N 164 (MIRA 1811) 1, Institut biologicheakoy fiziki AN MSR. 2. Chlen-korres- pandent AN SSSR (for Dubinin)e DUB171114, N.P.., SHCHERBAKOV, V.K.; SURKOV, V.V. Antimutagenic and arutagenic effect of amino acids possessing antiradlation action. Dokl, An SSSR 159 no,4013-914 D 164 (MIRA 18al ) 1. Tnstltut blologic-lieskoy fizlki Ml SSSR. 2. Chlen-korr6.- pondent All S--j'.R (for Dubinin). DUMNAi 141 .; NIA, L.G.; ~i :,A . . I , 9 .1. 0 Had.tation. ao:,aj~e and nuclear IF) ~4,1 4i,e tj-,.~.Jje culture following different rf O.F. I I - II . 41 " ologlip , !" C,bi 4 no.5:715-725 .164. 1"3-10 DUBININP N.P.; KROS70VAO V.V., kand. blolog. nauk -- - - -., -, a Atomio energy.and bre6ding. Priroda 54 no.3125-31 Mr 165 (MIRA i8s4.) 1, Laboratoriya radiataionnoy genstiki Instituts, biologicheekoy fiziki AN SSSR, Moskva. 2. Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Dubinin). J,, . DUBININ, N.P. .--""-ftwmwwmnwfflw~ Some problems of modern genetics. Priroda 54 no.8:11-19 Ag 165. (MIRA IM) IVANOVP V.M.; MARIYENBAKH, L.M.; DIJBININ, N.P. The -119t International Congress of Foundrymen. Lit. proizv. no.2tl-2 F 165. (MIRA 18:6) DUBININ, N.P.; SliCIOWAKOV, V.K.; KESLER, G.N. Chromonome mutation apectrum at differeint levols of' natiwal cell mutation. Dokl. AN SSSR 161 no.6:1434-1436 Ap 165. (MIRA 180) 1. InBtitut biologicheskoy fiziki AN SSSH. 2. Chlen-'korrespondent AN SSSR (for Dubinin). -.. DIJBINTIN'I U.P.; DOBUITINA, L.G. Chemical protection a,gainst the genetic effect of snall doces cf ionizing radLations. Dr)1,1. All SUR 164 no.6:11.05-1406 0 165. (~aRA 18-10) 1. Institut bio1ogIcYesk(rj fizik-I All S.-CH. 2. Chlen-korresponderit All SSSR, (for Duldnin). DUBIIIIII, N.P.; SHCHERBAKOV, Y.K,j KESLER, G.N.; STUOU, L.A. - I--- -- 11--l". Specificity of the object in induced autagenesis. Dokls AN SSSR 165 no.ltZIO-213 H 165. (MIRA M10) 1. Inatitut biologicheskoy Mild 0 SSSR. 2. Chien-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Dubinin). f".7 L 1967-66 ZJT (1) /M (V) -3 DD ACCESSION NR: AP5021469 uR/oog/65/000/008/0011/0019 575 AUTHOR: Dubinin. 11. P.5~corresponding member AN SS3 TITLE: Some problems of modern genetics SOURCE: Priroda, no. 8, 1965, 11-19 TOPIC TAGS- genetics, biologic mutation, heredity, alga, cosmic radiation, artificial mutagenesis ABSTRAXT: The creation of a closed ecological system for Interplanetary space flight is a problem for modern genetics. No group of existing plants and animals satisfies all the requirements. Thus, a whole series of biological forms with new, properties must be created. For instance, in order for unicellular algae to liber- ete sufficient oxygen for the system, mutantE; with increa3ed photosynthetic inten- sity must be developed. These algae must also withstand high temperatures and re- sist cosmic radiation. In place of present selection procedures, which are slow even with radiation and chemical mutagens, biologists must learn to direct mutations and thus obtain new organisms with given hereditary features. Studies on the molec ular genetics of microorganisms represent a start in this direction. In addition,:- artificial polyploid forms ofWgber plants approximate directed mutations. Orig. art. has: 8 figures. Card --------------- - ----- L 1967-66 A C C E, S- S I-,O*,N - -N, - R--:- AM21469 ASSOCIATION: none SUBMITTED: 00 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: La NO REF SOV: 000 OTHER: 000 ATD PRESS: Card- -L-3M2-66--- EWT(1)/T -74 ACC NRI AP6028671 SOURCE CODEt UR/C-020/66/166/005/1214/1216 AUTHOR: Dubinin N. P. (Corresponding member AN SSSR); Shcherba ov`".__V.'_K ORG: Institute of BioloRical Physics. AN SSSR (Institut biologicheskoy fiziki AN TITLE: Specific modification of mutational variations of chromosomes induced by a chemical mutajen SOURCE: AN SSSR. Doklady, v. 166, no. 3, 1966, 1214-1216 TOPIC TAGS: plant genetics, plant chemistry, biologic mutation ABSTRACT: Mutation of cells of wheat plants (Triticum aestivum L.) under the action of .011-dichlorethylamino) ethylphosphonic acid diethyl er (K-m32 est was studied. Treatment of wheat sprouts with K-32 alone resulted in 7.6% of chromatid dicentrics among-the chromosome rearrangements produced.. When ATP was applied before K-32 or simultaneously with it, the number cf chromatid dicentrica increased up to 27.1%, Application of ATP after K-32 did not alter the number J chromatid dicentrics significantly vs. that observed on treatment with K-32,alonds The results obtained indicated that addition of ATD by reason of the s4plementary energy contributed by this compound modified the mutation process induced by the alkylating zhemical mutagen K-32 and endowed the chromosome fragments with a capacity for fusion which was otherwise lacking. The mutation process thus became similar to that occurring in cells of Vicia faba and human cells in vivo and in vitro in. natural mutation and under the action of mutagenic factors.- By.using ATP, the type of mutation could be changed and a differential control over the induced mutation "!~j' process exercised. Orig. arts has: 1 table. 1JPRS: 3699321 SUB CODE: 06 / SUBH DATM WspO / ORIGREF: 00a / OTH REFV-009 UUBINDIS N. S "The Pharmacoloey of Some dpe6ies of Erysimum Grmiing in the Kirgiz SSR." Cand Biol Sci3 A3.1-Union Sci-Rea Chemical-Pharmaceutical Tnst, Fmmze, 1953. (RZhBiol., No 2~ Sep 54) Survey of ScieAtific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR Higher Educational Institutions (10) sot Sun. No. 481, 5 IW 55 MMI11111, 1I.S. Qmlity of medical preparations produced in some city drug- stores of Kazakhstan. Zdrav.Kazakh. 17 no.12:56-58 '57. (MIRA 12:6) 1. Ix kafedr7 takhnologii lekarstvennykh form Kazakhokogo gosudarstvennogo meditsinskogo inatituta. (VL7AMWTAN--PHMMCY) VANDYSHEVA, V.I.; DUBININ, N.S. Growth and development Botanical Garden. Izv. 93-102 163. of Digitalie qpecies cultivated in the AN Kir.SSR.Ser.biol.nauk 5 no.4t (MIRA 17s4) hangea In ,'nternal organs of' i,,ti f',Dlllawing pclt3oning Tra,17 Lruit. fizicl. AN Fa7riki-, S.--A (MIRA 18.46) TRATINI, F., inzh.-lesq7.od;DUBINIU, P,, juxh.-losovod ~', -I.- !_;- - I . Reliable protection against sirocco-like winds. Vaulca I pored. op.v sellkhos. 9 no.8:28-30 Ag 159. (MIRA 12:12) Ofindbreake, shelterbelts, etc.) DUBININ, P. A. 20862. Dibininy P. A.' Solektalya saknarnoy'svekly na biyakoy stantsti. Sbornvk nauch. R2bot (Vsesoyuz. nauche -loslede in-T eakhar, avekly.) Kiyev --Kbarlkov, 1948, a. 115-20. SO: LETOPIS ZWJRNP1 STATEY - Vol. 28, Moskva,, 19h9. SKRIPKO, G.F.; nLIMINP P.G.; TYrYAII, A.V. Cutting gemanim and silicop with disks having internal cutting edges. Mashinostroitoll rio.!",:31-32 0 IG,. (M IRA 17: 11) lW9Mr *OMAnzh.; MUPOT, A.I.9 tekhnik; DUBININ. P.I., taknik Watering hWings In aVen*)4..B9zop.truda v prom. 4 no.4:28 Ap l6o. (M33A 13:9) (Krivoy Rog Basin-Mining engineering--Safet7 measures) /_1 U r; / fIV MU, I ~l 1~1' TPAVEN I, F. I. I DUBIIIIIJ, P. S. Oak Growing oak in steppes under protection of snow screens of fast growing tree varieties. Les i step' no. 41 1952 Monthl.X List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, August 1952, UNCLASSIFIED. USSR / Forestry. Forest Crops Abs Jour: Rof Zhur-Biol,, 110 139 1958, 581+16 Author : Travent, F. 1#9 Inst :Stavopol Sciuntific Research Inst. for Agriculture 4 Title :An Exparimont in Growing Forest Belts in Kolkho- zes of StavroporAkaya Oblast. Orig Pub: Zomledeliyal 1957, No 10, 60-66 Abstract% The reasons for the low efficiency of plantings rccGntly made by kolkhozes (1956) are analyzed on the basis of data supplied by the inventory of forest belts, It is indicated that oak was stif- led by second-rate gencra in many cases; common ash and black locust were not viable on chestnut soils, Forest bands under arid conditions and Card 1/3 USSR / Forestry* Forest Crops Y, 4 Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 13, 1958s 58416 without oak as a principal gonus showed them- solves biologically unstable and not durable. In order to avoid oak stifling by fast-growing gene- ra, it is recommended that the oak (in combination with the fast-gro-Ang genera) not be cultivated in singlc rows but in more powerful bio-groups (by strips with 2-1+ rows of hole line planting, placing sufficiently wide distances between the rows). This would permit a mechanized handling, and would guarantee the supremacy of oak without having to maintain its clearing (the experiment of the Stavropol scientific research agricultural instituo is described). The experience of the Elistinskiy lLskh02 showed also that an ample growth of young oaks is noticed in sowings in split furrows, prepared in the fall on black fal- Card 2/3 USSR / Forestry. Forest Crops K-4 Abs Jour: Rof Zhur-Biol., No 13, 1958t 58416 low. It is suggested that one introduce fruit- berry gonora (onumurated) instoad of narrow- loafed oloastur in the outer bolt rows. Bashkirov Card 3/3 TUVEN I g Fe4or Iyanovichl ABIND p Petr SUpawvioh i IMLOVA 9 V. I. # red 0 1 LON. 0 to . rs~4.~~ P=0F I TMA 9 (Sbelterbalt afforestation] Vyrashchivanis sashchitrqkh Ismovap. oasMenii. Mo*was, Goo, isd-vo sellkhos. lit-ryp sburnalov i p1&_,. katov, 1961. 191 p. (Windbreakat sholterbaltat etc.) (KIRA 140) CCLTIIIIRY U!~S R CAT-",rOr-.T -C or ~mtr y. Fort!st Cultlj,-".q. BS. JOUR. i RZhRiol.o No. ~Z. 1959, 1 AUTHCR P.10. Tr3ven', F I.; Dubinin , MTLE TaL)-', 3 - . -dly Grovdr..;p tj-,t? ultiv.It- e,3 in FDVF-7,t -Irncts. 6JG. PJH. U-sn. kh-vo, 1958, NO.4, 26-32 ~~-TRACT 'For the conrlit4ons _n-,cc-,-,::ary DA culLivition o:C oak for,~-st Wiere was a ~7rouT.) d i- s 4' r It ~r.) on o f t h. 1n, t- t er ,-P tl)(~ on on c r V -1::' -7 t r ~j l'brest ultu al 9~lrfaCeS. !1- 1-3 tlial; the c,,?Lks be pired by nan,.'s oil -) --'L of line-hole so1:ia,-_,-.. 71A!~. n~it'r_vl ret.1ins the be-neficial effec'.~; of onerr~e'ui,~ ~jio:,-Cmrs r~ziJ -uarantees the neces-1ary -u-rrema,~- of Oak fn the plantations .Nitk, hardly any PxT~f~ n- Ql, r D - 28 iAw. Jou*. nzhBiol, ur,, 4. 19,59, NA. AUTHOR 1 ORT-o . Flu It. A J36 TIRA OT 7 c t L 1-7-1- Yfi CAFT - GUSEV, Nikolay filkolayevich; KITAMj rvan Goorgiyevicb;'YURRE, Nll Andreyevicb[deceased]; MOLCUNCV, A.A.j reteenzent; TINC)FEYEVO V.P. I retaenzenti-DU.BIN-IN', red. - ------ [Forestry) Lesovodstwo. Moskvap Lesnala pror7shlennost', 1965. 246 p. (MIRA 18:12) ZARUDNYY, L.B., kand.tokhn,nauk; -DUBININt S,S., inzh.; IrEjIOLOVSKIY, R,S., inzh.- Complete mechanization of the heating proceso in a layer burning of fuel. Trudy MIKHK vol.16:103-119 1580 (MIRA 14:7) (Heat engineering) (Boileris) -DUBMII, V. makhanizator; PUZEYv Ye.,, mckhanizator; FAUSTOV; 11.,, mckhanizator; 31 11KOl 11. , mokhanizator; KOGAYO K. moUanizator; ISABEROV, Isp makhanizator, Doing more today means having more tomorrow. Sov. profsoiuzy IS no@ 11:13-14 Je 162. (MIRA 15:6) I* Bovkhoz "CheklarskiyOx TSelinnogo kra)a(for Dubinin), 2, Sovkhoz "Mintkiy*- TSelinnogo kraya (for PUZOY),, 3. Sovkhoz "Kharikovokiy* TSelinnogo kraya (for Faustov),' 1+6' Sovkhoz *Smirnovski7n TSelinnogo kraya (for Shutenko). 5. Sovkhoz "Bozaygirsklyn Tselinnogo kraya (for Kogay,, Iuabekov), (Virgin Territory-Tractors-Aspairing) (Socialist competition) ZAHSIny V. L.j XHOM=Vp V. S.; ~~V. ~A Reducing the Bilk winding denjoity in the 13P-22 bobbin winding machines. Khim. volok. do,6152-53 162. (MIRA 16:1) (Winding machines) ~ PUBJUUU, VIA,; rilk-111KOVI I.Y..; WISPOPINI S.P. Anolic dissolution of zinc in alkali metal chloride melts. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; tavot. mot. 8 no.4:58-61 '65. (MIRA 18.9) 1. Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy fnkul'tot Urallskogo poll tekhni~7heslko~o instituta. __A DUBI IMN, - V. B. - L)w ce -C. 5 c u Zoology See IIC 1,11MOTBOV. Vladimir Va oil' yovich; -DLMMjjX.,, V.B~,; VILITATAGO. N.A., red.izd-va; 2AMMI. R.Ya.,, (The White Sea and biological characteristics of Its flora and faimal Beloo more I biologichaskie osobannosti ago flory I fauny. Moskva, Isd-vo Akad.nauk SSSR, 1960. 322 p. (miRA 14:2) (White Sea-Karine biology) DUBININ, V.B. - Parasitological studies in the Astrakhan Preserve, Trudy Astro zap. no.5s286-295 161. (min 16:8) (Astrakhan Preserve-Parasitological research) DUBININP V.B. [deceased]; Bibliographic index Trudy Astr, zap, KUROCHKIN, Yu.V. of works on parasitology of the Volga Delta. no,58370-388 161, (MIM 16:8) (Bibliography--Volga Delta-Parasitology) (Volga Delta-Pw4jpLtology-Bibliographv) DUBIIII.N, V. V. -... --I-...------ "A Pulmonary-Cardise Apparatus for Certain Pathological Processes Inthe Lungs and Pleura." Dr Mod Sci, Ryazan' Medical Inst imeni L. P. Pavlov, Ryazan, 1953. (KL, No 12, Mar 55) SO: dum. No* 670, 29 SOP 55--Surray of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR Highor Educational Institutions (15) DUBININ. T.D. Pummonia, catued by aspiration of gasoline Into the lungs. SOT* med. 19 ta.6t6l-62 Jo 155. (MLRA 8:9) 1. Is kafedry goopitallnoy terspil (sav.-prof. M.N. Vasilevskly) Taroslavokogo meditsinskogo institut4a (PNEMNIA, LGBAR# etiology and pathogenesis. I aspiration of gasoline) (PXMLWK PEODUCTS, InJurloum effects- gasoline causing aspiration penumonia) DUBININ. V.D. Possibility of a simple method for determining the degree of narrowing ifi mitral stenosis. Grud..khir. 3 no.2s25-30 161. (MIRA 14:4) (MITBAL VALVE-DISEASES ACC NR, AP7000358 UR/0413/66/000/022/oi24/0125 AMOR: Gof, V. P. Drachenin, Yq. A.; Dubinin, V. F.; Shmelev, 1. M. ORG: n olnz TITIZ: A sensor for measuring the direction and velocity of flow. Class 42, No. 188765 [announced by the Central Industrial-Engineering Enterprise (TSentrallnoye proizvodstvenno-tekhnicheskoye predpriyatiye 'ASENTROENERGOIrzVtLLURGPROMI) SOURCE: Izobreteniya, provVshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no. '22, 1966, 124-125 TOPIC TAGS: flow measurement, flow rate, flow analysis, electric measuring instrument, flow velocity, measuring instrument ABSTRACT: An Author Certificate has been issued for a sensor to measure flow direc- tion and velocity, consisting of a pickup in the form of a directionally controlled duct with two thermoelements. A potentiometric measuring instrument, electrically connected with a light and audio signaling system, is connected to the circuit of Card 1/2 ACC NRs AP7000358 Direc-i:: "tion 0 flow L Pig. 1. Direction and velocity flow sensor, the thernmlements (see Fig. 1). Tb increase its measuring accuracy by' increasing the 'VeiVerature drop at low speeds and high or low flow temperatures, the sensor is equipped with two nozzles for the continuous feeding of a stabilized stream of gas or liquid, which changes the temperature of one of the thermoelements. Orig. art. has: I figure. suB coDE: 14, 20/ SUBM DAM IgAug65/ ATD PRESS: 5108 DUB331IN, V. G., PROKHOROVt A. K.t TRAPEZNIKOVt Z. A. 9 &M ANTOROV-RCHAMOVSKIr. V. It. Detection of Ionisation of E04 In the Phosphor SrS-Di. 8m By the Paramagnetic Reaoaanc* Absorption Method V. V. Antonov-RomanavWq,, V. 0. Dubinin,, A. M. Prokhorov, Z. A. Trapesnikovas and M. V. Fock, P. N. LAbedev Physical Institute, AWany of Sciences of the UoSoS.R* Moscowt U*S.S.R. When the phosphor Sr5-Euj Sm is under excitation, the paramagnetic absorption caused by bi- Ions decressea appreciably (approximately to 15%). Decrease of the amount of Wiluring wwitation may- depend either on electron trapping by Ba4 #ion or on its further ionization,, iose, on its transition to a trivalent statee The second alternative seems to be the most probable* Report presented at tho 3.17th Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Chicago,, 1-5 may 1960o - -"j "Detection of ionizatioa of -vu4*+ in the phosphor SvS-E-u, Sm by the paramagnetic resonance absorption method." report submitted kO The Electrochemical Society, 117th Meeting - Chicago, Ill., 1-5 May 60, SUm-posium on Luminescence. J- Fhysics Institute im. F. N. Lebedev) USSR Academy of Sciences. 81039 3.1-0 0 8/051/60/009/003/011+/019/XX 9201/E191 AUTHORS: Jjjhiniu._Y.~and Trapeznikoval Z.A. TITLE: A Paramagnetic Electron ResonancelStudy of the 0 k1 -,,,l N_ Activator-Valence Changes on cYtation of SrS:Eus8z Phosphors PERIODICAL: Optika i spektroskopiyal 1960, Vol 9, No 3, Pp 360-364 TEXT: One of the uIresolved problems in luminescence is the question of direct ionisatioa of activators during excitation of a phosphor, w-ith subs6quent de-ionization during natural or forced decay. To tackle this question it is necessary to know the valence state of an activator. Paramagnetic resonance absorption is a reliable method of obtaining the valence state. This method was used to study 1&u2* ions in SrS:Eu%Sm, SrS:EusSm(SrCI-)~ and e- BrS:Eu:Sm(LiF) phosphors which were first completely de-excited and then illuminated with light in the absorption region of EU2+. The paramagnetic absorption lines of Eu2+ were 'reduced by 12-16% in intensity on excitation with light in the Fu2+ absorption region. Assuming that the reduction in paramagnetio resonance absorption is directly proportional to a fall in the number of Fu2+ ions, it Card 1/2 8/05'1/60/009/003/014/0'Ln,/XX E201/E191 A Paramagnetic Electron Resonance Study of the Activator-Valence Changes on Excitation of SrS:HusSm Phosphors was concluded that the ionisation process EU2,1* Bull' occurs to the extent of 12-16%. This conclusion was confirmed by a fall in the optical absorption coefficient (deduced from measurements of the diffuse reflection coefficient) on excitation, which indicated a decrease in the number of non-ionised activator centres. A third proof of the Ru2+ -) Hu3+ process in 121-16% of Eu2+ ions came from measurement of the absolute number of quanta emitted by the phosphors on illumination w-ith infrared rays. There are 1 figure and 10 referencess 6 Soviet and 4 English. SUBMITTED: January 14, 1960 Card 2/2 83916 8/051/60/009/004/009/034 ,42 6, a~ c~ 6 3201/1191 AUTHORS: Dubinin, V.G.7 and Trapeznikova, Z.k. -W TITLE: Use of-Ela-mtrQn Parama&netic Resonanceiin a Study of -.~SrS Phosp-hor- kotivated with -1 a Hu Y PERIODICAL: Optika i s.peWtroskopiyag 1960t Vol 99 No 1+, pp 472-1+77 TEXT: Paramagnetic resonance makes it ussible to determine directly the light sum stored by a phosphor Refs 1-3). The value of the stored light sum was found from the change in paramagnetic resonance absorption on excitation of SrSsEusSm phosphors. The energy given off as radiation was found from the absolute number of quanta.emitted when the phosphors were subjected to infrared light; the quanta were measured with a photomultiplier �-)Y-32 (FEU-32), calibrated in energy units. Comparison of the stored and emitted light sums gave the proportion of the stored energy lost by quenching processes occurring in the phosphor after ionization of the activators- Some of the SrS:EutSm phosphors were prepared with a.LiF flux7 others without such a flux. The amounts of the activators were kept the same in both groups of phosphors. The change in paramagnetic absorption of Eu2,4* on excitation showed that this activator was ionized to the same extent (13-16%) in both Card 1/3 8 16 6/051/60/009/0 /009/034 9201/9191 Use of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance in a Study of SrS Phosphors Activated with Hu roups of phosphors. It was found that in the phosphors without the f lux only about one half of the recombination acts produced radiation, while in the phosphors with the flux practically all recombinations were accompanied by emission of radiation (Table 1). It was suggested that the SrStRusSm phosphors contained centres of various types, some of which emitted light quanta on recombination and others transferred their recombination energy to the lattice in the form of heat. Introduction of the LiF flux altered the ratio of the numbers of these two types of centres7 increasing the amount of centres emitting light quanta on recombination. It was also found that the phosphors without the flux lost their stored light sum more rapidly with time (a figure on p 476 shows this quite clearly). This indicates that in the phosphors without the flux more electrons were stored at shallow levels where their lifetimes were consider- ably shorter than In deep levels. Consequently the stored light sum decreased more rapidly with time in the phosphors without the flux. keknowledgements are made to V.V. Antanov-Romanovshiy and M.V. Fok for their advice. Card 2/3 P,3916 8/051/60/009/001+/009/034 E20l/Hl9l Use of Electron Paramagnetic Resonance in a Study of SrS Phosphors Activated with Ku There are 1 figure, 3 tables and 5 referencest 1+ Soviet and 1 English. SUBMITTEDs February 119 1960 Card 3/3 SIO 51/60/009/004/02,9/034 B201/3191 AUTHORs -Dubinin, Y.G. TITLE: A Paramagnetic-Resonance Study of the Effect of Flux on the State of an Activator in a Phosphor ryI PERIODICAL: Optika i spektroskopiya, 1960, Vol 91 No 41 Pp 531-533 TEXT: The author studied SrS:Eu:Sm phosphors prepared with and without & flux. LiF or BrClp were used as the fluxes. The activator concentrations were tHe same in all phosphors. The phosphors were studied using a paramagnetic-absorption technique described earlier (Ref 2). Paramagnetic absorption by Eu'-'- was 1.5 times greater in the phosphors with LiF or SrC12 than in the phosphors without a.flux. This showed that the concentration of Eu2+ was 30-40% greater in the phosphors with a flux than in the phosphors without a.flux (although the amount of Eu introduced initially was the same in all phosphors). Assuming that Eu is non-volatile, it was found that the phosphors with a flux contained 90-100% Eu in the Eu2+ state. The phosphors without a flux had only 60% Hu in the HU2+ state- it was not clear what was the s.tate of the remainder of Eu ?40%). Card 1/2 S/O 51/60/009/00VO2 5/03if B201/9191 A Paramagnetic-Resonance Study of the Effect of Flux on the State of an Activator in a Phosphor The absence of a direct effect of a flux on Eu contres (checked by paramggnetic-resonance measurements) suggested that Eu2+ was Jn the 57/2 s.tate, which is characterised by weak binding with the matrix lattice. The fluxes affected indirectly the a,,A-ivator concentration, the phosphorescence spectra, luminescence during excitation, and the light sums emitted on do-excitation (of. a table on p 532). Acknowledgements are made to V,V. Antonoy.- RagmagQXskiZ and M.V. Fok, who directed this work, to V.L. Levshin for his advice, to AX.-Manenkov for carrying out some of the measurementst and to R.M.-Medvedeva for preparation of the phosphors.. There are 1 table and 7 referencess 2 Soviet and 5 English. SUBMITTED: April 1, 1960 Card.2/2 OUBININt V e G e tCAND PHY$-MAT" S019 "INVESTIGATION Of CENTERS Of LUMINESCENCE AND KINETICS Of LUMINOSITY OF CER- TAIN ALKALI-EARTH PHOSPHORS BY THE METHOD OF ELECTRONIC PA- RAMAGNETIC RESONANCE*" Moscow# 1961e (ACAD SC.1 USSRt PmYs INST Im P" N. LESEDEV). (KLI 3-61, 203). 42 22167 9/048/61/025/004/016/046 B104/B201 AUAHORS: Antonov-Romanovokly, V. V. and Dubinin, V.-,G. TITLE: Study of phosphors aotivated with rare earths on SrS basis with electron paramagnetic resonance PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Akademii -nauk SSSR. Serlya fizicheakaya, v. 25, no. 4, 1961, 481-482 TEXT: The present paper has been read at the 9th Conference on Luminescence (crystal Phosphors), Kiyev, June 20-25, 1960. In an earlier work (Hof. 1: Antonov-RomanovBkiy et al., Zh. eksperim. i teor. fiz., 11, 1466 (1959)) the authors had used eleatron paramagnetic absorption tc-study the state of the activator. A reduction of the paramagnetic absorption of EU2+ was established in the SrS-EujSm phosphor on its excitation In the optical 2+ absorptio band of Eu . The diminution of paramagnetic absorption was about215 P., which fits the decrease of the natural absorption coefficient of Eu +. In parallel thereto, the authors measured the absolute quantum numbers emitted by the excited phosphor, from which, in turn, they obtained the data regarding the ohange of paramagnetic absorption. These Card 1/3 22167 S/048/61/025/004/016/048 Study of phosphors ... B104/B201 data permit the assumption of an Ionization (Eu 2+ ---+ E U3+ ) of the activator arising by the excitation of this phosphor. The effect of the flux upon the Eu concentration in the phosphor was also determined by the above- mentioned methods. Phosphor specimens with equal Eu contents in the mixtures, but partly with LiF or BrC12 as fluxes, and partly without fluxes, were examined for thi a purpose. Phosphors with flux were found to have a paramagnetic absorption of EU2+ greater by 1.5 times than such without flux. This permits assuming that the activator concentration is by 30-40 larger in phosphors with flux than In such without. Since all rare earth elements enter the SrB lattice as trivalent activators (exclusively EU2+), the effect of fluxes upon the trivalent activators is of interest. On phosphors SrS-Eii.Od with aMwithout LIP flux it has been possible to prove that the flux uuuipe tha activator concentration to groA by three times in the case of Eu, dnd 20 timos In the case of Gd. In the 3rS-Gd phosphor, the concentration of the Od activator was found to increase by 10 times when LiF flux was added. It is assumed that the principle of iharge com- pensation must be satisfied for the introduction of Gd3+ ion into the lattice. It has been further established that in the SrS-Eu,Sm phosphor only half the stored energy is liberated In the form of light on de-excita- Card 2/3 22167 Study of phosphore ... 8/048/61/025/004/016/'048 B104/B201 tion. The other half is converted into heat by recombination. In the ensuing discussion, V. V. Antonov-Romanovskly states that the method of paramagnetic absorption is an efficient method for phosphor investigation. The principal result of the present work is said to be the detection of the EU 2+ -4 Eu3+ transitions Ye. B. Aleksandrov reported on tests made on CaSO 4-Mn luminophore, in which It was possible to Drove the occurrence of systematic modifications of Mn 2+ absorption lines with de-exoitation. It is believed that the major part of Mn in this phosphor plays no role in 1 light accumulation. There is I Soviet-bloc reference. ASSOCIATION, Fizinheskiy inatitut im. P. N. Lebedeva Akademii. nauk SSSR (Institute of Physics imeni P. N. Lebedev, Academy of Sciences USSR) Card 3/3 - ------ U -03' 16610651 3/03 /03 ACC NR, Ap6o32447 Uil 6~ 00 44 48 AUTHOR& Korolevaq M. ra.; DubirAnv V. 'I"o none TITLE: Infrarod BPOatrOscopio study of orthophosphorio triamido and produ at& of its thermal degradation SOURC91 Zhurnal prikladnoy spektroskopii, v. 5, no. 3s 1966, YA-348 TOPIC TAGS$ thermal decompositionp infrared speatrump inorganic amide ABSTRACT11 Orthophosphoric triamido OP(NH2)3 (in the form of a ausponsion in vasoline oil) was heat-treatod in dxy air,at temperatures of 50p 100, 150, 200, 2500 300, 400, 3oo, 6oo,, 700 and 8000C for 2 hr# and IR spectra of the thermaLl d,3compostion products (TD?) wore taken* The variou,3 absorption bands obtained are interpreted struoturally, The spectra show that a polycondensation of P-NH-P takes place slowly up to 1000C, forming a polymer of the structure , I 1 1 NH Nil Nil I I O~P--NH-P=O, Nil -P-0 O'~ KH NH or Nil Nil O.~ I --Ml-P-0 I -NH-P.~00. -NH- AH N'H - t 1j I 2 UDCs f 543.42 ~CCNRi AP6032447 Tho spectra of further TEP (400-WOO) show that the polycondensation proceeds with the splitting off of VH3. The polymer structure then becomes a space network in which each nitrogen atom is'linked to three phosphorus atoms. It is concluded that the polymerized products resulting from the thermal degradation of OP(NH2)3 have various degrees of polymerization od various structures* Authors thank V. V. Marlonov for his interest and useful disoussiong and also Yee 0. Pogodilova for kindly supplying the preparations. Orig. art# bass I figure and 1 tables SUB COM 07/ SUBM DMI 13APr65/ OM W9 003/. OM RVI 015 2 ASTAKHOVp ilekoey Illarionovich; DZGTYAREV, Ateksey Petrovich,, inzh.;-DUBj=g,,~ REYSH, A.K.; SHEVCHENKO, I.S.; TABUNINAt M.A., red.isd-va; GOLIBERG, T.M., takhn. red. (Excavator works] Ekskavatornye raboty. Pod red. A.P. DegUareva. Moskva, GoastroUsdat, 1962. 363 P. (MIRA 160) (Excavating machinery) ALEKSANDROVI A.F.; GENKINS 0.1,40; ~;Uft~,VICIIS G.L.; DUBININ 2 V.10 Establishment of ferrite magnetization precesslon at high power levels. Fiz. tver. tela 5 no.10:2766-2770 0 63. ORIRA 16:11) 1. Radiofizicheskiy institut Gorlkovskogo gosudarstvennogo uni- versiteta. KD,MnAUX, U.N.; WBININ, T.M. W-- 1- - -- Self-propelled hydraulic diliv-s-Toring machine drilling. Trudy HE no.16:168-175 156, for exploratory NLRA 9 t 10) (Boring machinery) PUBININ -VM. S, inzh.; KOZIMM KIN, N.A., irizh.; KUMSKJIGV, B.' S., lnzL.; NARYS11KIN, A.P., inzh.; TARPZOV, M.V., irizh.; YASAFr7;, A.F.2 in--h. Tyrnyauz ore dressing plnnt. Gor. zhur. no.9:10-11 ' t65. 0 (!.f 11:9) DUBBB., Yladlmir Mikhaylovich; BAMOV, A.Ya.9 red, [Organization cf the tire shop In an automotive transportation ualt; work practice of the Sverdlovsk Automotive Transportation Unit no,3211] Organizatsiia shimogo tsekha v avtokhoz1aistva; iz opyta raboty Sverdlovskoi avtokolontq No,12U. Moskvaj Traneport, 196f. 90 p. ("",IRA a8:1) DUBININ, V.M.; POLUPANOV, P.A.; YASAFOV, A.F. Practices for recovering oxidized molybdenum from Tyrnyauz ore. TSvet. met. 38 no.9:12-17 s 165, (KIRA 18312) DUB11.11,11A, V.N.; K011111LOVICH, I.A.; SOKOLOVA, Ye.F. Pyromorphite and other exogenatic minerala of Lhe apatite group in the complex metal deposits of-eastern Transbaikalia. Trudy VSEGEI 96-.13'1-149 163. (MIRA 1719) DUBININP, V,,N, (Dublnin, V Hj; KORDYUK S.L.; LISICHENKOp V,I. Nverychanko, V.I.]; SHDYLOVSK11, A.N. [Smollovelkyi, O.N.1 Temperature dependence of this %esbauer effect in stannic acid. Ukr.fiz.zhur. 10,po.l2tl368-1369 D 165. k (MIRA lgti) 1. Dnepropetrovakiy goa~darstvennyy universitet. S/198/61/007/002/004/004 D204/D303 AUTHOR: Dubining V.P.# TITLE: Scientific conference on high temperature strength PERIODICAL: Prykladna mekhanika, v.7, no.2, 1961, 228-229 TEXT: This article is a summary of*the conference held from June 21 to 23, 1960. The titles of lectures given are as follows: H.S. Pysarenko ( IMBS AS UkrSSR) "Research on high temperature strength at the Instytut metalokeramiky (Institute of-Metallic Ceramics)" AS Ukr SSR. ; V.M. Rudenko, "Research on static stren- gth of temperature-proof materials obtained with methods of powder metallurgy"; O.F. Timoshenko, V.I. Kovpak 11 Research on static strength of temperature-proof materials with programmed changes of load and temperature" ; O.F. Tereschenko "Research on the influenoe of the heating regime on the strength characteristics of brittle materials with different kinds of load" ; V. Ya. Kelekhsayev "Use of metallic powders for obtaining bimetallic sheets and for raising Card 1/5 3/19 61/007/002/004/004 D204%303 Scientific conference on & e a # I the level of constructive strength of steel" I.A. Oding and L. K. Hordiyenko "Study of structural changes in metals and alloys at high temperature-creep according to the change of their electric conductivity level" ; M.M. Sklyarov " Testing of temperature proof alloys for short-period (one second) creep" ,- V.P. Dubinin "Research on influence of constructive factors on durable strength of some temperature proof materials for turbine blades"; I.A. Kozlov and I.V. Lebedov 11. Some problems of experimental research on the carrying strength of discs, taking temperature into account"; VAL Timoshenko 11 String strain-gauge for measuring deformations at high temperature"; V.T. Troschchenko 11 Durability of tempera- ture proof metallic ceramics at non-stationary regime of cyclic loads and temperature"; M.I. Chayevskiy 11 Strength of steel which is in contact with Vdlted eutectics Pb-Sn and Pb-bill; V.0. Kuzl- menko "Research on elastic constants of temperature proof materials at high temperatures"; V T.*Trnshchenkn- B.O. Gryaznov and L.A. Kaplynalkyy 11 Influence of static stretching on durability of U13 Card 215 3/19 61/007/002/004/004 D204%303 Scientific conference on . . . steel"; M.I. Ohernyak 11 Influence-of plastic pre-deformation on durability of temperature proof alloys"; B.O. Gryaznov "Research on durability of temperature proof materials in complicated stress state at high temperatures"; V.T. Troshchenko "Research on durabi- lity of tongues of turbine blades in complicated stress state at hi:gh temperatures"; 1.0. Troyan "Research on influence of load frequency on durability of temperature proof alloys at high tempe- ratures"; I.G. Frydlender, D.M. Peterherya 11 Research on influence of electrochemical polishing on durability and durable strength of EI 473B alloy at high temperatures"; *M.Ya. Leonov, and Ya. S. Pidstryhach 11 On differential equation3of thermal diffusion in solids"; M.M. Sklyarov "On a rational method of testing of tempe- rature proof alloys for thermal stability"; M.V. Novikov " Rese=h on damping properties of temperature proof materials at high tempe- ratures" ; Ye, M. German 11 Influence of temperature changes on strength of metalloceramic alloys" ; M.S. Mozharovskiy 11 Research on thermal fatjgue of temperature proof materials"; M.S.Mozharovddy Card 3/5 S/198/61/007/002/004/004 D204/D303 Scientific conference on . . . "Re~search of thermal fatigue of temperature proof materials"; I.M. Fedorchenko, N.U. Filatova " Investigation of mechanical properties of iron carbide at high temperatures"; H.M. Tretyachenko, L.V. Kravchuk Methods of testing of brittie materials for thermal shock " H. M. Tretyachenko, L.V. Kravchuk " Investigation of stressed state and failure of machine parts mad6 of metallic cera- mics, at various temperature changes"; V.K, Kuzlmenko " Inveati- gation of strength characteristics of some refractory materials at temperatures near 2,OOOOC 11; O.F. Pronkin 11 Methods of shaping and strength computing on non-uniformly heated discs, taking 'into ac- count their plasticity and creep with the aid of the ultimate strength method";. It was decided that essential development of research is necessary, above all in the following directions: 1) Development and investigation Of strsngth of new materials capable of working reliably at 2,000 ; 3)000 C and above 3,000 0. 2) Investigation of strength of nergetic machine parts in conditions Card 4/5 S/19 61/007/002/004/004 D204%303 Scientific conference on on non-stationary loading and temperature. 3) Creation of reliable experimental methods for investigating the stren th of materials and actual construction at and above 290000C. 45 Development of theoretical methods of estimating the strength of materials and constructions at high temperatures. 5) Wide application of physi- cal methods to research on high temperature otrength, 6) Investi- gation of high temperature strength at large and small test bases. Card 5/5 DUBININ,, V.P., inzh. Investigating the long-term strength of a nickel-chromium alloY subjected to torsion* Mashinostroenie no,3:108-110 Hy6-Je 162, (MI6 15:7) 1. Institut, metallokeramiki i spetsialtnykh splavov AN USSR. (Nickel-chromium alloys-Testing) DUBININ, V.P., inzh.1 PISARENNO, G.S., inzh. Response of BI-437B alloy to stress concentration due to ctm- tinuous loading. Mashinostroenie no.6t9O-92 N-D 162. (KMA l6s2) 1. Institut metallokeramiki 1 Bpeteoplavov AN UkrOSR, (Nickel-chromium-titanium alloys-Testing) I A=sxcu n, Ar,015269 iq/=6/64/ooq/oo1/OOn/0080 I AVMGRt GrIgorlyeva, Ve V#1 DlubInIA, Vo Pe; Bergeyeakovu# Ve &; Oouyukv Ve V9 T=: Rupture strength of a hard thraiduct carbide alloy SCUMEt Poroahkovayn mataUurgiya, no, 1,, 19640 77-80 TWSi comet, cermet rupture atrength', chromium carbide alloy,, chrcmium c-rWbiU nickol, comet,, refractccry alloy,, rerractory cermet,, chromium carbidep uIU7. rupture otrongth AM, TFACT i Cermet specimens (Fig* I of Enclosure) ccntaini a 89~ chromiul car- bida cza 15~ nickel vere ocimpacted. ftm powders and Untered in hydrogen at 1573K, then subjected to stress rupture tests at 1073 and 1173K for 100 bv=# Rasulta plotted graV-Acally (Fig* 2 of Encloaure) m-c emparea vith data for the 1 heat-reoictont alloy Z1437D and indicate a substantial differtuce in rupture atrenglZ a the tvo materialn at W13K, vbIch decreases ao the temperature ia ina cre=ed to =(311b. Orl.g. art. bast 3 figurea and 1 tables Card AccEssion mi AP4015269 ASSOCIATIM: Institut probl= materlalovedeni" AN UkrOS11 (Imutute for Problemn In the Science of MsterlsU AN UkrSSR) Card 2/4 ACCESSION NR% AP4015269 Figure 2. Results of stress ru4pture tastas chromium carbide alloy ------------- heat-resistant alloy EI437B use "stress# mn/m2of vertically and "time.' hours" horizontally ENCWSURX: 02 4/4 ACCESSION NR: AP4029204 8/0226/64/000/002/0032/0039 AUTHOR: Boyko, P. A.; Cryoxnav, B. KI-Imenko, V. No; iUxrMMko.1 V. A.; Osasyuk, V. V.; Radomy*sellskiy, 1. Do; Rudenkos V. No TME: Investigation of the properties of M2D4 high-alloy nickel-copper powder- metal steel 'SOURCE: Poroshkovaya metalturgiya, no. 2, 1964, 32-39. TOPIC TAGS: N32D4 steel, high alloy steel, nickel copper steel, powder metal steel, copper containing alloy, nickel containing alloy ABSTRACT: The authors investigate subject properties manufactured by two technologia cal variations. It was showd that the higher preisures of the first'pressing and temperature of the first sintering raises the density of the manufactured &le# only slightly and has little affect on the strength characteristics in static tests-. These results are presented in tables and graphs. In dynamic tests (resiliency, ultimate strength) there is a considerable decrease in the strength of the samples manufactured by the second technological variation which is associated with an In- creased- sensitivity of the dynamic strength characteristics of porosity micro- heterogeneity in composition which is higher In the samples subjected to a first Card 1/2 ACCESSION NR: AP4029204 sintering at low temperature. Orig. art. hass 8 figur&~ and 2 tables.. ASSOCIATION: Institut problem msterlalowedenlya M SM (InstItute of Material Behavior Problems, AUSSSF0 SUBMITTED: 13Sep63 DAIN ACQ: 28Apr64 SUM: 00 .SUB CODE: HL 10 RZF 9071 005 001L -XC(~-N -R, . AT6008667 sma, com.. IM/0000/65/000/000/0236/0238 XJPW EM/MJW'/JD/GS (Kiev); Trot Iyacheriko, G. 11. (Kiev) AtUROMit Kuriat, R. 1. (Hov);,P ~bi ORG: none TITU': The effect of thermal fatigue-on the durability of materials 641 SOURCE: Vsosoyu,-.. oye sovoshchaniye po vopFosam statichaskoy i dinarAchaskoy nnykh oloriontov pr vys prochnozti tomperaturakh _3 t4~i (Theimiai --- - --.- S q. Termoprochnost' materialov i konstrWtolonnykh elerion strength of wtorials and construction elements); materialy sovo3hchaniya# Kievp Naukova dumka, 1965, 236-238 TOPIC TAGS: thermal stability, cyclic load, high temperature strength, turbine blade, alloy, metallurgic testing machine / IP-4M metallurgic testing machinel. E1607A alloy, E1765 alloy, E1827 alloyp ZhS6K allo7 - ~ /~ U ABSTRACT: The thermal stability of nozzle Ides of EI6017A, ~I765, and EI827 alloys is tested by a method doncribod earlier by G. 11. Tretlyic-fionko, R. I. K"i,' Le Ve Kravchuk (Voprosy vysokotemperaturnoy prochnosti v mash inos troyonii, Izd-vo AN UkrSSR, 1963). The blades of EI607A were tested under conditions of 1173 e-*- 343K, and the others under conditions of 12734'- 343K. All blades had a height of 72 mm and a chard of 52 mm. Specimens with a diameter of 5 t 0.05 mm and an effective length of 25 mn 1/2 ACC NRz AT6W8667 4J, cut from blades were tested for dura t'v-with an .P-,4M machine, under 'C" lie or -Y- dity; loading. Allay E1765 was found to have the bettor th ~a stagi alloy EI827 was found to have tho bottor durability. Orig. art. hant 1 photograph and 1 tables SUB CODE: 1l/ SUB14 DATEs 19Aug65/ ORIG REFS 002 .Thermal strese 0 A 431 SUMI&EN-CME. AUN-10'?S: Pisarunkqt G. S. (Academician ATT UkrSSA) Kir..v); .11 archenko, V. K. (Kiev); Dubinin, V. P. e e KrA!3h4 A. (Kiev MCI: none TITLE: Investigation of mechanical_pr1q~eEl~iq_ of hip;h-melting materials at high temperatures in a vacuum and in an inert medium SOURCE, Vseaoyuznoye aQveshchaniye po voprosam staticheskoy i dinamicheskoy prochnosti in"terialov i konatruktsionqkh elementov pri i-fsckilm 1 rrizkikh 34. TorpoprocEn s-Fl7ru"Re'rialov lc On 0 1, a stren,7,th of ma+eriii1s and construction elements); matt-rialy roveshchruiiya. Kievt Na,W,,o,;a dizJui, 1965, 7-13 .-~-l '1"I TOPIC TAGS: -tlmrsten, iahj lautic modulue, elastic 3treus, el%stic defomation, R -]R met,rillurgdc t~eslnf,,-madiine M-1. mot;d1urflic teitinr. iruichine UVT-2 mlet-illurpic te3ting machi-n.- 7,4, j1Q,-'TRq'CT: An experin.-~nLal teating chambor for testing Lhe mec!tanical PrODPTUCS Of rtiolals in it vacutw wid In A'a Inert medburi at h1gli har, been ------,3. (-'U(3 FiZ. 1). The temperatuxe' i0eperid(.nce of the mcdnlua of elasticity, St,VC111,~th lirait, 1~1& 11FIrdnoos lin-Ot of twigstftn and' inolybdi.1ilimi were Tile --,P-oulto &re preseritled t;raphically (nec- Fic. 2). It wpm found that the and bar(blejao Iliall; obe~,ed the of Card 1/3 Aj - ZZYYVoK"- NR"-i Q 2 Fig. 1. Working chamber of the installation Fig. 2. Dependence of elasticity VTU-2V. 1 - foundation plate; 2 - clamps; characteristics of niobium on the 3 - current leads; 4 - specimen; 5 - heating temperature. E and G - elastic installation; 6 - chamber top; 7 - hinged modulus of the first and second installation; 8 - body of chamber$ 9 - kind respectively. exhaust nozzle; 10 back cover; 11 front cover. Ito-Shishokin, shown as H k.He--%.T,- where T is the temperature in degrees K, Cr0 and HO ate the values of the strength and h&rdness limit at OKy fln and 0(n are the- temperature coefficients of the strengtb Card 2/3 L 22998-65 :-A CC, --N- R -(AT 600064 5 and lmrd.nesn limit, and n and k are conatanta. it Ja c-onc-InliA that tho n.,'Lxi-r--um in: n n at-i-thmV, dvcve~3ent of onoil'L~Wonn In niobiu-in ILL 570' ob,,iervolA Iry IS.. G a-till A. Yet Pedorovskiv is related to the -)enAvatiori of Imiurltieu into 0 niobilln lattice. Orig. art. hast 8 graphs and A c qwitions. Sub CODE: 11/ SUBM DAM 1,0AuG65/ ORIG REF: 010/ OTTI REF 1 001 an C 4- 3/3 j ACC NR: AT6008659- JD . W SOURCE CODE: UR/0000/65/000/000/0157/01V /Gs AUTHORS: Grvaznovt 'B. A* (Kiev); Dubinin, V. _P,_ (Kiev) ORG: none TITLE: A study of the fatigue strMjqfth of steel E1437B in torsion and at high temperature 1~ 1~ SOURCE: Vaecoyuznoyo soyeahchaniye o voprooom staticheakoy i dinamichea1S!7-1------.- _prochnosti materialoy i konstruktsio~~ elementov pri vyaoldkh i nizki1kh temaera- tur-al,-,-h-,- L-,-q-.---T,ermoprochnoi3t' materialov i of material a and construction elements); materialy sovoohchaniya. Kiev, Haukova dumka# 1965t 157-159 TOPIC TAGS: metallurgic testing machine, heat resistant material, fatiguqstrength, heat effect, steel, torsional vibration. / ~Z-l metallurgic testing machinal E1437B steel F-7 W ABSIMOT: Testing device UK-1, developed at the Inatitute,of lit'grial- Behavior, A14 MwSSR (In8titut problem materialo.vedeniya All UI=SSR), is described. 'Tho device was desi;- .,~-ed for testing heat resistant materials for fatigue strength in condi tions of normal and high tcmperatures and under torsional vibrations. The form of tea specimens having a diameter of 6 mm and a length of 50 om is shown in Fig. 1. Figure 2 is a schematic of the UK-1s The specimen 1 is fastened in the lower clamp 11 by means of the pilot wheel go At the upper end of the specimen is a eloping clamp 1part Card 3 and 4) with extensions 2. At the ends of the extensions are special plate's made of low-carbon steel. These plates are acted upon by electromagnets 13, causing a tor- sional vibration of the system. The electromagnets are served either by a TU-600 booster (amplifier) or by a generator of We 3G-10. The position of the eleetro- magnet is controlledby turning dial 10. An electronic oven 12 is used to heat the ,specimen A microscope device 8 serves for measuring torsional strains of the test ,specimen:\qAn illuminating device 7 is focused on two small screws at 5 soldered to ithin wire 6. This arrangement is an aid in meaauring deflections. Tho results of Ifatigue measurements of B1437B steel are shown in Fig- 3- -ACC NRs AT6008659 - 2 Tld/=t Fig. 3!. Fatigue curve for steel E1437B (T - 1023K; r - -0.8). Fig. 2. Diagram of teatin~--- machine UK-1. Orig. art. has: 3 figures- SUB CODE.- II/ SUBM UTEt' IgAug65* i Iftelowww"Ites jqw~ m 1, 19. Ml~: (I N I :1k - t6ftW-V. T. Dmm I #&)- ca Dow 4ft fron, Iy rod DUBININ, From Factory experience. DZerzh!Ln&kiy Plant. Preliminary pressing of triplex glass. Stek. i ker., 9. No 2p 1952. DUBININ, V. T. Change in fastening the blowing head of a gas generator. Stek. i ker. 9., No 5j, 1952. zm4gl. V T - MMMIX, A.A., rodaktor; KRASILISHCHIK, $.L. rodak-tor; . A-M.. tokhnIchookly redaktor (Safety instructions for caisson workers] Phmiatka po tekhniks bezopasnosti dlia kessonshchikovie Moskva, Goo. izd-vo lit-ry po strottelletvu i arkhttakturs, 1955.'60 p. (KLRA 837) 1. Runota (1923- U.S.S.R.) Minleterstvo stroitelletva. Uprav- lonlye rabochikh kadrov, truds I byta. (Gaiseons) 15,(2) i!0I1U;; D)ubixiin, V. 'C. , (,Abu!:!_,ov, V. L. 1:ij:h Vlorking Index oC a Glas~; - ~JLL~ ;"urnace steklovarcnno,: P,.,RI0D~:C"J,: Steklo i keramika, V,~_~, i~~r j, pD 32-37 ial:_' -1-LCT: The GusevSkoy GIMractory imcni Dzerzhirmki-~- *~-.-w',ices technical plato fj!~ss for r~otor car.-~, r,-ppliances, mirrora and photo!-r,'~phic plater. requirements placed on it are very A ~ t, hight ~xn(l therefore upecictl attention i,, devott-d to quality in the mentioned factory.AEi far as stability of Clas:; quality and the utilization coefficient of' the glass mass arp concerned, this factory occupies a -leading position in the plate glass industry of the Soviet Union. Figures I and 2 sho-.7 the glass melting furnace of the factory. The temperature curve of the furnace may be seen from fJ *-ure 3. Since 1956 the basin and the channel walls are made of fire clay beams of a lar,--e format and high density. Figures it, 5 and 6 show the nature of destruction undergone by those bewns. The basin wialls of the tank furnace ure intensively cooled by blowing. ~'Ihe g - furnace worked for 24 months and 10 days without need -for repairs, Card 1/3 which circumstance led to a hiGh efficiency and to savinE in hiCh '.7orking Index Figures of a Glass Melting SOV/72-59-3-11/19 Furnace repair costs. The furnace temperatures are very conscientiously prepared and maintained, thus permitting standstills to be cut to a minimum. The individual furnace sections are continuously controlled by inatoons kcopin~; tratch. Every month the conditions of all furnace partz are chock-ed by assistants of the chief technician and the results are recorded (Table 1). The deviation in the composition of the raw materials used for a charge in 1958 may be coon from table 2. To secure a stable production, only 0 out of' 9 machines are operated at a time. The remaining machine is ready for operation at any event. The GIaLs mass lovol in the furivLce is automatically maintained -aithin an accuracy of t 0.25 mr, and the furnace pressure within oscillations of a mn--cimum 10.05 mm of the water column. The furnace temperatures are controlled by 18 stationary radiation pyrometers, which are connected to 4 electronic potentiometers of the -,;,-0,9 type (V. M. Obukhov, Ref .1). The radiation pyrometerri are controlled once for each shift by moanc of an optical pyrorctor of the CPIIIR-099 type. Table 3 gival,, the technical and economic Card 2/3 inlex figures of furnace performance in the last years. i-iiii YioH-:Dv,, Index Firumyj of "Urnace In conclunion the autLors ol' thc preticut papir state that an nxtonsion of the OY1101-it-ii(w mildo bv tho ii;eationod ractory to other factories would mean an additional great amo-int of plato Class for the country, *2here are 6 fif:ures, 3 tables, and 1 Soviet reference. ASSOCIATION: Gusevskoy stekollnyy zavod imeni Dzerzhinskogo (Guse"koyGlass Factory imoni Dzerzhinskiy) Card 3/3