SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT DUBINSKIY, A.YA. - DUBINSKIY, L.M.

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DUBINSKIY, A.Ya. Basic stages in the tectonic development in the Paleozoic of the southern margin of the Russian Platform. Scrf.geol. 5 no.6:17-32 Je 162. (MIRA 15:11) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy goologichoskiy inatitut. (Russian Platform--Geologyj, Structural) VARDANYANTS, L.A.; DUBINSXIY, A.Ya.; MATSENKO, N.A. ~~ Pre-Cambrian crystalline rdcks in the southern part of the Stavropol Plateau and the problem of the multistage structure of Ciscaucasia. Dokl. AN SSSR 153 no.41892-894 D '63. (WRA 27:1) 1. Vaesoyuzrqy nauchno-iosladovatellskiy geologichaskiy inatitut. Preditavleno akademikom D.V. Nalivkinym. DUBIXSKIYv A.Ya.; NEVOLINp N.V. Principles of geological and geophysical metbods in atudying the subsurface geology of the plains of the U.S.S.R. Sov. geol. 6 no.90-11 8 163. (MIRA MIO) 1. Vaesofuznyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy goologicheskly institut i Vausoyuznyy nauchno-fealedovatellakly institut, goofizicheskikh metodov razvedki. DlilMiSKlY., A. Ya.; DYUYOV, A.I. l'orthern margin of the Dcruts trough (avlakogf-m). Sjv. 7 no.5:3-14 Ily 164 18:2.) 1. Voesoyuznyy ritiuclmo-iooledovatf.-11,,ikiy geologicbeikiy insti- tut i Moskovqk-ly gacudarstvennyi ln:Altut ir,enl S. Ordzhonikidze. DUPINSKIY, A.Yaq MATS11NO, N.A.; MOSKALEVA, V.11. Burried Lat,)-PaleozoLc skarn zone In the basement of central Ciscaucasia. Dokl. AN SSSR 163 no.3j69E~-701 J1 165. tMI-RA 180) 1. Vsesnyuznyy nauchno-insledavatel'skiy geologicheskiy inBtitut. Sub- mitted April 21, 1965. - DUBrNSKIlt A.ra.1 HATSENKO, 9.A. Volcanio sedimentary formation in the bottom of the sedimntary oover in the eastern part of the Scythian platformo Sov. geol. 8 no.Stl5l-157 Ag 165, (MIRA 18:10) 1. Vaenoyuznyy nauchno-iasledovateliskiy geologichaskiy institut. DUBINSKIY, A.Ye. , I h.; The workers of a mail transportation departmantla Orsha are fighting for the right to be called "an enterprise of comi=ist labor.* Vest. sviazi 23 no.10:24-25 0 163. (MIRA 16 .12) 11 Nachallnik Orshamskogo otdeleniya perovozki pdchty. ~, DUBIFSKIY, B.A. Method for the ideal measurement of o6cillatory parameters. Radiotekh i elektron. 6 n0.5:818-820 My 61. (MIRA 14.4) (Information theory) NOMINUOVS V. Asp skedim' I GUSIKOV,, G. Ta.; DUBROVIN, V. Me; I- PMELW -B A KISL31, Me Do; KORMC=9 To# Be; MINASM, V. P.1 Akh P,,#V.'A.1 NIKITSUr,,'N. 1,; POROV., G. M'1 PODOPRIGORAp 0. A.#, RZHIGA,, 0. No; FRMESSONp A. V.f SHUZOVSKOrf A, Me Radar tracIdn of the planet Mercury. D*1 AN SSSR ~7 1320-1323 D 762. NIR& 16:1 1. Ins"t radlotekkal" i elektroniki AN SSSR. (Neroury(Flanst)) (Radar in astronow) pzr4 gsMR. lakmasto GrAnlU zemii, 17, V-ni-O ML- ra i_nr T'etl_Lrn ELlUe fol- the I is ar- vp - a rm r-adar st ~3 F p Lt!l 1 9 R, IS l" 1e S not ~ma_rn a3 accUrltely on tlne basir of cioial rowd-trID tLrv~, verc.- to he L, o rt~ tliau %hwe Cc!rd Card 2/2 o 7 evu a 1 n to!, '3 0-11 )0,' 15' 'D -Ply*, V. n clurn'lon of h.; to 7 tairt. The radz,-- vas Itte s=t. used 71 ;ln n- )mctilon:7 expone-e-I - - --------- - 0 37 . 7 ection coi~%ffjc,ent o" I.Tenus meevared on the bnsis of refl-,~ctel sign-al , r~rlg "he tro-lronth -DS vnT4 ed ulu - i -no!-rj was :ov- '-hnn 'k f 2. 'i2 P Fir, a v a s :-,Dng p r 0 b ab IRMA ME N IN" W;- '7w, OR - - zwm~- l M-7- AP3003S45 X- A !A 6i -V 1y an ILI V -,7 e r ACC NR, KIT60-0-5-5-5-6-- SOURCE CODE: UR10030/66/000/0U1/Ul4bjU14 AUTHOR: Dubinskiy, B. A. (Candidate of technical sciences) f ORG: none TITLE: Some achievements in radioastronomic work (All-Union Conference in Khar1kov I \1>1 SOURCE: AN SSSR. Vestnik, no. 1. 1966, 146-147 TOPIC TAGS: radio astronomy, radio telescope ABSTRACT: Activities of the 5th All-Union Conference on Radioastronom ar briefly reported. Of a total of 130 reports delivered at the Conference.. th=r-e mentioned: "Today's stite of the problem of radio galaxies, 11 by 1. S. Shklovski plans for building a dekameter-wave radiotelescope near Khar'kov; a study of the Sun supercorona whose 2-component model was suggested by V. V. Vitkevich, thermal conditions an Moon ~?rface by V. S. Troitskiy; determining dielectric constant of water drople a Tn -the\ Cloud by A. Ye. Basharinov and B. G. Kutux., submiUimeter- ters _NJULsjLvin, and Y_aj__L_F_My; extra- band radime by A. N. V`vjitpykin, Y 1/2 L 39527-66 ACC NR, AP6005556 terrestrial civilizations by N. S. Kardashov; decoding of an arbitrary text by R. V Sukhotini absorption and dispersion of radio waves in intragalactic media by B. N. Panovkinj' moot probable parameters of possible sources bf artificial signals by V.L Slysh. Orig. art. has: no figures, formulas, or tables. SUB CODEt Oj SUBM DATE. none nb ZHABITSKIY, G.; DUIJINSKIY, D.; YAIICHEVSKIY, V., red. (On amatour radlo wavool Na molodezhnoi radiovolne. Mo- skva, Gos.kom-t po radioveshchaniiu i televideniiu, 1962. 47 p. WIRA 17:0 1. Sekrotarl TSentrallnogo komiteta Leninnkogo kommuniatiche- skogo soyuza molodezhi Belorussii (for Zhabit:3kiy). 2. Star- shiy redaktor peredach dlya molodezhi Belorusakogo i-auio (for Dubinskiy) DUBIVSKIT D 0 Use or PS-500 single operator welding transformers for the feeding of two-arc equipment. Avtom. evar. 14-no.6:73-74 Je 161. (MMA 140) 1. Ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni Institut elektroevarki im. Ye. 0. Patona AN USSR. (Electric welding--Equipment and supplies) 1. WBINSKIY. G.I* .-., One brigade working two facese Ugoll Ukr. 4 no-3:34 Mr 160. (MIRA 13-6) 1, Prokhodchik shakhty No.63 tresta Sverdlovugoll. (Donate Basis-Coal mines and mining) SAVITSKIY, Ivan Nikolwjovichi KRMINp Gerts Llvovich; MIKUYLOV, .Androy Andrayevich; 9,044OVt Te.I. red.; DIJBITISKIY) G*L&p --spets. red.;--POT1014AMA, A.1.j teU.. (Planning and organization of the supply of materials and equipment in enterprises and construction projecto]Planiro- vanie i organizataiia materiallno-tekbuicheskogo snabzhe- niia predpriiatiti stroek, Moskvap Ekonomizdat, 1962. 303 p. (MIRA 15:8) (Industrial procurement) o ch;, DOBYLEVA, L.V.p red* DUBINSKg, Grig - w.- -"- _ - [supply organization of the national econorvy in a republic and an economic region] Organizatsila snabzheniia narodnogo .khoziaietva v respublike i ekonomicheskom raione. Moskvaj Ekonomika, 1964. 231'P. (MIRA 17:12) I I DUBINSKIY, G.P4 Kloroolimate of the Xmenskly Irrigated maself. Trudy Ukr,NZGW no-3t47-55 1559 ( KERA 9210) 2.. Rharlkovskly gosudarstvenW unive7sitst Imeni A.K. Gortkog*. (Ukrmine-Climate) (Ukraine--Irrigation) DUBINSIIT, G.P. - mm"m ~ O-Keseerielsigr and cllmatolog)r at Miarkov Univeroltjr. Uch.sap,MDU 36-. 57-6e '55 o (KIAA 91:7) (Miarkov Usimelty) (Notoorology--Study and teaching) 1-1 DUBINUIr, G.P. - I- -IIWI, - u Short history of the university's meteorological observatory and the organisation of a network of meteorological statioas in Miarkov Government. Uoh,sap.mou 5&69~-76 155. (MLRA 9:7) (1harkay Government--Heteorolog7) WDINSKII.A.&M- ".", Stsppo eamis of AAkemlyu-Nova brellminarr microclimatological characterization). UchosapjWU 56:155-172 155. (MM 9:7) (Askajdyap-Nova,-Climate) DUBINSIIT, G,P, Hicroolimatological cross sootion of the Dnieper Valley in-the Kokhovka region, Uoh.s&p.MGU 56:173-185 155- (KM 9:7) (Dnieper Valley--Hicroclimatology) Y 11 Cali Nr: Qc 861. D8 AUTHORS: 9 TITIE: PUB. DATA: Dubinskiy, Go P., Gurallnik, I. I., Mamikonovap So V, Meteorology (meteorologiya) oidrometeorologioheakoye Izdatellstvo, Moscow, 1956, 398 PP*j 7500 copies ORIG. AGENCY: Glavnoye upravleniye gidrometeorologicheskoy sluzhby EDITORS: Responsible Editor: Karol', B. P.; Ed,: Vlasova, Yu, V.; Techn. Ed.: Soloveychik, A. A. PURPOSE; Approved by the Hydrometeorological Service at the Soviet of Ministers of the USSR as a textbook for hydrometeorologioal teohnical schools, The book can also be used by a wide circle of specialists engaged in meteorology and allied fields, COVERAGE: This in a papilarly written and well-balanced book with a minimum of mathematiou denigned for the Soviet "tekhnikum" program. The short historic review that precedes the exposition of the whole range of atmos- Card 1/20 pheric-air-vapor-precipitation fields of meteorology Meteorology (Cont.) Card 2/20 call Nr: Qc 861.D8 is very much in keeping with modern understanding of earth phenomena and recent advancements. The basic conclusions drawn from numerous publications by Soviet authors are accompanied by information on the organi- zation of hydrometeorological and agro-meteorological services under the Main Administration of the Hydro- meteorological Service of the USSR (G3.avnoye upravleniye gidrometeorologicheakoy sluzhby - GUGMS), which is responsible.to the Council of Ministers of the U.S.S.Re in Moscow and directs all the work in this field in all Soviet Republics and oblasts. The follow- ing organizations form the core of Soviet meteorological institutionst 1. Main Geophysical Observatory im. A. I. Voyeykov, Leningrad; 2. State Hydrological Institute, Leningrad; 1. Central Forecasting Institute; 4. Central Aerological Observatory; 5-Scientific Research Institute of Construotion of Hydro-Meteorological Instruments; 6. Scientific Research Institute for Aero- Climato2o Y, Moscow; 7 - 10. High altitude observa- tories (31, of which the highest is on Mt. Ellbrus Me.teorology (Cont.) Call Nr: Qc 861.D8 (4250 m or 140001); 11-16. Six polar stations, SP-2 to SP-6; and 17. Institute of Experimental Meteorology in Leningrad which is concerned mainly with the problems of artificially inducing rain, studying the formation of nuclei of condensation and freezing (seeding with dry ice was found to be the most efficient agent), and the reverse problem of dispersing fogs and clouds. Meteorological and h dr I i stations and posts are classified intot a~ sotaotgioneaslof the first order, with an attached net of posts; b) meteorological stations (information) of the second order, and fl climatic stations of the third order, with d meteorological pluviometrie and hydrological posts of the first and second order. Enumeration of the topics discussed gives an idea of the book's range. Chapters II, III, X, XI, XIII on the atmosphere describe essential horizontal inhomogeneity and vertical stratification, the height of the atmosphere, and its structure. Air currents, the structure of wind and wind gustiness caused by air turbulence are also dis- Card 3/20 cussed. Turbulence., depending on the character of the Miteorology (Cont.) Call Nr: Qc 861.D8 air masses, is affected by the roughness, irregularity and thermal characteristics of the subjacent ground and varies with the time of year and day. Natural-and man-created obstacles affecting atmospheric equilibria, the driving force of the baric gradient with the appearance of new factors, such as the deviating force of the earth's rotation (Coriolis force), and the effect of friction are clearly presented. The stabilized movement of plain-parallel isobars (geostrophic wind) and of a similar movement for circular (cyclonic and anti-cyclonic) isobars leading to the creation of geo- cyclo-strophio winds are analyzed and the general circulation of the atmosphere with E and W transfers and some specific winds (breeze, foen, bora) are described. The instruments used are given in a later paragraph of this report. The optical phenomena affecting the nature, shape and color of skies of dawn and twilight are shown as step-like changes in the transparency of the atmosphere; the spread of visibility Card 4/20 is only briefly considered. Effects of light refraction, Meteorology (Cont.) call Nr: Qc 861.D8 the nature of green light, twinkling of star's, earth refraction and mirages are all discussed. The refrac- tion and reflection of light in dro P, a of water and ice crystals, rainbows,, and "haloes are referred to. Such results of light diffraction as rings and related phenomena are mentioned. The reflection and refraction and trajectories of sound, sound rays in the atmosphere, the dispersion and zones of abnormal audibility, and thunder as sound of meteorological origin are discussed. The chapter on atmospheric electricity discusses atmospheric ionization and ionizators, conductivity and electrical fields, lighting discharges, thunder- storms and methods of protection. Observations for such electrical phenomena as atmospherics, glow discharge and polar lights (whose cause is not yet clear) are conducted at Pavlovsk, Tashkent, Tbilisi, Sverdlovsk, Minsk and in the far North at Dikaya Bay, Dikson Island, and the Chukotakiy promontory. Chapter IV deals with solar, earth and atmospheric radiation. The sun is the onl source of radiant energy, providing yearly 1.3 x 1024 cal of heat; direct solar radiation is Card 5/20 characterized by intensity W and is measured in Meteorology (Cont.) Call Nr: Qc 861 - D8 calories absorbed by lem2/min. The basic laws of radiant energy, the wide range of "albedo", the spectral nature of radiation and the balance of energy are covered. To separate the effects of constant and variable factors in diminishing radiation, a new concept of atmospheric turbidity ( "mutnost'll) represented by T - a is introduced. i~ is the expression of weak- 6 ening due to molecular dispersion, W is a similar factor caused by existing water vapors, and.-.~ is the decrease in visibility caused by dust. The total decrease of solar radiation will thus be: a - -'_" + w + d. Depending on the characteristics of air masses, index T is nevertheless always greater than 1. Chapters V and VI describe heat exchange in soil, water and air. The vertical distribution of temperature and the interaction between the atmosphere and the subjacent earth's surface are considered in detail. Chapters VII to IX discuss the evaporation-precipitation cycle. The modification Card 6/20 and intensity, the electrical charges and physico- Meteorology (Cont.) Call Nr: QG ouA.A.- chemical conditions affecting the formation, stability, and precipitation of rain and snow are considered. The division into continental and marine types of pre- cipitation, the production of artificial rain and the effect of afforestation on precipitation is fully covered. The~following instruments are described in detail; Artificial climate chamber, cup barometer, syphon barometer, syphon-cup barometer, aneroid baro- meter, barographs, hypsothermometer (or thermobarometer)t balansometer (only mentioned), pyrheliometers, actino- meters, Savinov-Yanishevskiy thermoelectric actino- meter, heliograph (universal), Yanishevskiy pyranometer, albedometer, Savinov-Yanishevskiy pyrgeometer, Yanishevskiy thermoelectric balansometer, various soil thermometers, Savinov thermometer for measuring the temperature of soil at small depths, psychometric thermo- meter and box, sling thermometer, aspirator psychrometer, thermographs, bimetallic thermograph, evaporator rrJ4 -500 for measuring soil surface evaporation, evaporator I-rll-3000, rain gauges (various types), Card 740 stationary psychrometer, hair hydrometer, hair hygrograph, Meteorology (Cont,) call Nr: Qc 861.DB Tretlyakov precipitation meter, snow rod, snow weighing device for measuring snow density, Villd weather vane, Tretlyakov wind gauge, hand anemometer with half cups, Gerdiven apparatus for measuring the ionization of the atmosphere. The book is concluded with a large number of auxiliary tables. The book deals with Russian contributions. There are 36 bibliographic references, all Slavic, Personalities mentioned include; Alieov, B.P., Asknaziy, A.I., Berg, L.S., Dyubyuk, A.F., Dzerdzeyevdkiy,B.L.,Fedorov, E.E., Golltsberg, I.A., Kalitin, N.N., Kastrov, I.A., Khromov, S.P., Mikhel,V.M., Troitakiy, S.I., Fesenkov, V.G., Berezkin, V.A., Sharonov, V.V., Khvostikov, I.A. Card 8/20 call Nr: Qc 861.D8 Meteorology (Cont.) TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter I. Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 1. Subject and problems of meteorology . . . . . . . . . . 9 2. Principal divisions of meteorology 10 3. Importance of meteorology in the national e;o~o- .. .. - - 11 MY 4. Short history of the development of meteorology. 19 5. Basic meteorological factors . . . . . . . . . . . 1 6. Organization of the hydrometeorological service of the USSR, the network of hydrometeorological stations and the principal types . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Chapter II. The Atmosph6re, Its Composition, Altitude and Formation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 1. Air composition in the lower levels of the atmosphere. . 21 2. Atmospheric height a e * o a * * e * a a * - * * a a . * 23 3. Air composition in the upper levels of the atmosphere. - 25 4. Vertical stratification of the atmosphere . . . . . . . . 26 Card 9/20 Meteorology (Cont.) Call Nr: QC 861.DB 5. Horizontal heterogeneity of the atmosphere . . . . . . . 29 6. Fundamental gas laws, applied to the atmosphere . . . . 31 Chapter III. Atmospheric Pressure and Air Density . . . . . . . . 34 1. Units of pressure measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 2. Density of the air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3~ 3. Variation of atmospheric pressure with altitude . . . 3 4. Barlo interval and vertical gradient pressure . . . . . . 40 5. Isobars and isobaric surfaces . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 6. Diurnal variation of pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 7..Annua:L variation of pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 8. Pressure distribution on the earth's surface . . . . . . 47 9. Methods of measuring'atmospheric pressure . . . . . . . . 50 Card 10/20 call Nr: Qc 861.DB Meteorology (Cont.) Chapter IV. Solar, Terrestrial and Atmospheric Radiation . . . . 62 1. Solar radiation . . . . e . 0 a . . 0 0 0 . 0 0 . . 0 . 2. Fundamental laws of radiative energy . . . . . . . . . . 3- Units of measurement of direct solar radiation. Solar constant. . . . 4. Spectral composition oi ;oia; Lai;tio~ 5. Decrease of solar radiation due to atmosphere . . . . . 6. Diurnal and annual intensity rate of direct solar - O O " 8 O ~ radiation s * 0 r;d!a;i;n . ir t so l;r d ec Total heat of Diffused radiation. . . 0 * . . 0 * . 9. Sums of diffused radiation in the total inflow of heat. 10. Total radiation 11. Reflection of solar radiation (albedo) . . . . . . . 22o Long-wave radiation of the earth and atmosphere . . . a 13. * Inflow and loss of radiative energy . . . 14. p;s;s: Utilizing solar radiation for technical ~ur . 15. Radiation measurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 . 65 67 69 . 70 9 78 82 !84 . 8 0 8 . go 0 92 . 95 . lol . 102 Card 11/20 call Nr: Qc 861.D8 Meteorology (Cont.) Chapter V. Temperature of soil and Water Surfaces . . . . . . . . 114 1. Heat properties of the soil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 2. Processes of soil heating and cooling. Soil heat balance . o - - o - - a .1 . 0 . 0 0 0 115 3. o Heat distribution within the soil . . o . - : o -217 4. Diurnal and annual temperature rate of the S~ii Ln the surface and in the subsurface . . . 0 .119 5. Vertical distribution of temperature in 6L ;oil: . .122 6. Thermoisopleths of the soil. . . o o . o . . . . . . . 0 123 Effect of cover on heat distribution in the soil o . .124 Autumnal frosts and means of their control . . . . . . . 126 9. Winter freeze-up of the soilo Perma-frost state . . . . 128 10. Temperature of the deeper beds of the earth's crust . . . 131 11. Heat balance of the snow blanket . . . o . o o . 9 * 0 . 132 12o Heating and cooling of water-covered areas . . . . . 0 -133 13. Diurnal and annual temperature variations of water-covered areas . . . o . . . . . . o . o o . o135 14. Heat transfer in the soil and in water-covered areas. . -135 Card 12/20 Meteorology Chapter VI. (Cont.) call Nr: Qc 861.DB Temperature of the Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 137 1. Heating and cooling of atmospheric air . . . . . . . . ... 137 2. Importance of the underlying surface in air heating . - -139 3. DdLurnal and annual temperature rate of the air . . . . . . 140 4. Effect of vegetation on the temperature of the air . . . .144 .5. Geographic distribution of temperature in near-the surface layer . * 0 0 * 0 0 0 & 0 9 0 * 0 0 0 6 0 0 * * o146 6. Adiabatic processes in the atmosphere . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0153 7. Conditions of vertical stability of the atmosphere for dry or unsaturated airs . * * ~ a a a a * * 9 a o . ,157 8. Temperature distribution in the near-surface layer according to altitude . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 9. Vertical distribution of temperature in the free atmosphere . . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * . 0 * . 0 & 0 .160 10. Temperature inversions. . 0 0 a 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 9 11. Observations on temperature, soil and air . . . . . 16 Card 13/20 Meteorology (Cont.) Call Nr: Qc 861.D8 Chapter VII. Vapor in the Atmosphere 174 1. Evaporation.. Pressure of saturated vapor . . . . . . . 174 2. Characterizing values for air moisture . . . . . . . . 1 8 3. Evaporation under normal conditions . . . . . . . . . 50 4. Evaporation from the soil surface, water and plant cover * e 9 # . * 9 * * a * * 9 e9 9 o * , 183 5. Evaporation and volatility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 6. Diurnal and annual rate of evaporation . . . . . . . . . 185 7. Diurnal and annual rate of absolute and relative humidity . . . . . 0 0 0 0 & 0 0 * 0 186 8. Geographic dintribution of hunidity in the air: . 188 9. Vertical distribution of humidity in the atmosphere 4 188 10. Influence of plant cover and large cities on the humidity of the air, 190 11. Measuring evaporation ' Igo 12. Measuring humidity of ih; ;1; 0 195 Card 14/20 Meteorology I Chapter VIII. (Cont.) call Nr: Qc 861. D8 Condensationof Vapor in the Atmosphere . . . . . . 206 1. Conditions of evaporation in the atmosphere . . . . . . . 206 2. Nuclei of condensation and sublimation in the atmosphere . . . . . . . . . 0 0 # * 0 0 0 9 0 9 # - #208 3. Wet adiabatic processes in the atmosphere * ~ * & * a 210 4. Condensation on the earth's surface and on surface objects. . . 0 * 0 0 0 0 * * 0 * ' * 216 5. Vapor condensation in the lower levels of atmosphere. . * 41 0 0 * 222 5 0. Vapor condensation in fr;e air: Cio~d; 228 T. International classification of clouds. 230 9. Physical structure of clouds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241 9. Cloud formation . . . 0 9 * 0 . . * 0 0 00 0 * . a . 9 .245 ID. Height and thickness of clouds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 253 11. Cloudiness. 255 Card .15/20 Meteo.vology (Cont.) Call Nr: QC 861.DB Chapt~~r IX. Precipitation 257 L. Forms and types of precipitation . . . . . . . . 257 2. Growth of cloud elements . * . a 0 0 . * . * 0 0 259 3. Formation of rain and snow . * & 261 Formation of sleet and hail . . . . . . . . . . . . . 264 5. Diurnal and annual rate of precipitation and its distribution on the globe . . . . . . . . . 266 6. Problem of seeded rain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 268 Snow blanket . . . . . . . . 00 . 270 Moisture turnover in nature . . . . . ** . 276 S). Measuring precipitation. . o . . . . . . . . . . . . . o 277 Chapter X. Air Currents in the Atomosphere . . . . . . . . . . . 286 I. Wind near surface levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 286 2. Effect of obstacles on the wind . . . . . . . . . . . . 288 3. Driving force of the barie gradient . . . . . . . . . 290 Card 16/20 Met-eorology (cont.) Call Nr: Qc 861.DB 4. Deflecting force of the earth's rotation . . . . . . . . . 292 5. Force of friction . 0 0 o * e * a # ~ 9 a e - & e * * &295 6. Stabilized motion for a case of rectilinear parallel isobars . . . 296 7. Stabilized motion in a ;a;e*oi ;I;oLa*r*i;o;a;s: 298 8. Vertical variation of velocity and direction of the wind in the friction layer . * * e # & * e a 302 9. Diurnal and annual velocity rate of the air . . . . . . . . 303 10. Thermal circulation of the air . . . . . 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 -305 11. Tornadoes. . * o * & a * . . . . . . & - * * e 9 a * * - -314 12. Hot, dry winds ("Sukhovein) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 315 13. Air energy utilization . 0 0 0 * 0 0 * 0 * a 0 0 0 a 316 lit. General circulation of the atmosphere, * * a * * . & 3.17 1:'5. M6thods of observation of velocity and direction of the wind. 322 Card 17/20 Meteorology (Cont.) Call Nr: Qc 861. D8 Chapter XI. Optic Phenomena in the Atmosphere . . . . . . . . . 328 1. General information s a - * * * * - * * * - e * . . . . . 328 2* Light phenomena connected with diffusion and adBorption of light in the atmosphere. . * 6 . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -329 3. Visibility range . . o . . . . . . . . . . 0 * . 338 4. Light phenomena conditioned by refraction ;f iig~ t rays in the atmosphere o . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 o 342 5. Phenomena conditioned by refraction and reflection of light in water drops and ice crystals of clouds * * * * 349 6. Luminous phenomena connected with diffraction of light. 357 Chapter XII. Sound Phenomena in the Atmosphere * o 9 a . o * e 359 1. Speed of sound in the atmosphere . - o . . . . . . . o 359 2. Refraction and reflection of sound in the atmosphere, Trajectory of Bound in the atmosphere. 36o Attenuation of Bound in the atmosphere. . 0 0 0 0 . : : .6, 362 Sound propagation observations-for.study of high zonea of the atmosphere o 9 * e * o # * * 9 o 9 o o o * 9 e o 363 5. Sounds of meteorologic origin . . 365 Card 18/20 Meteorology (Cont.) Call Nr: qc 861.DB Chapter XIII. Atmospheric Electricity 367 1. Ionization of the atmosphere . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 367 2. Atmospheric conductivity. Conductivity current . . . . . . 370 3. Ionosphere . . . . 6 0 4 * a . 0 0 a 0 0 . 0 . a - - - 372 4. Electric field in the atmosphere . . . 0 . . . 0 o 375 5. Volumetric charges and electrical currents in the atmosphere. . . . . a 0 0 0 0 a . a 0 0 0 319 6o Lightning electricity* a . . . * a . 6 . * * : 3 0 7. Atmospherics . . . * 0 0 0 0 *~* * 0 . 0 * 0 0 0 0 386 8. Glow discharges . . . . . . . . . . . . . o o . o . . 3~7 9. Northern Lights . . . . . . . . 0 6 a 4 a a 6 * 4 1 0 Bibliography o 0 a 0 0 0 &0 * 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 392 Appendices 1. Time Determination at meteorological stations . . . . . . . 394 2. Mean local time in true noon o 9 - o 396 Card 19/20 Meteorology (Cont.) call Nr: Qc 861.D8 3. Map of time zones . . 0 a 0 0 0 * . 0 0 . a a 0 0 0 . 0 - 396 . 4. Conversion table . 9 * * o * * . : : 39; 5. Pressure of saturated vapor over w;t;r*s~ria;e*(;bj : 39 6. Pressure of saturated vapor over ice (mb) . . . . . . . .398 AVAITATIT : Library of Congress Card 20/20 DUBITSIIT, G,P. - Meteorology at Khark*T Uliverelty (on the one hundred fiftieth anniversary of the URITeroity) Keteor. i gidrol. no-3:53-54 Mr '56. Mu 917) (Zharkov--Hateorolog7) (1harkey UniTerivity) 0 (- ig / Y, C P4 DUBINSKIT9 G.P. OrT -- -. Study of the Isv. AN SS8R heat and water exchange on the earth's surface. Bar. geog. no.204-96 Mr-Ap 157. (KIM lotlz) (Crops and olimte) (Irrigation) --p Un //V.3 K I F ;I 0 Ck A 0o d 04 JA SH i 1 2 0 IV El 0 . 1 au A 4. 4g l I u PUTILIN, Tladimir Goorglyeviahl DUBINSKIT, G.P*, dotsent. otv.red.; TATNBIRG, D,A,, red. (Organizing educational work in technical schools) Orgeni- sataiia uohebnoi i vospitatellnoi raboty v takhnikuye. Isd.2. Zharlkov. Izd-vo Kharlkavskogo goe.univ., 1959. 210 p. (KIRA 13:3) (Teohulcal education) IZMAYLOV, N.A., Prof.. zaelusheanyy daystell nauki, otv.red.: KRATCaNKO, A,N., red*; OTCHMUKO, U.N., bnd.khim.nauk, red.;-IIMIHSKII#.- G P doteent, red.; KOVALV, P.V., dotsent. red.; TRLTIYAXOVA. -n~ A.N., red.; POGOZEW, P.P., takhn.red. [in the open spaces of the wonderful motherland; collection from the Departments of Physical Education and Sports, and General Physical Geography of Kharkov University and the Kharkov Mountaineering Section] No prostorakh rodiny chudeanoi; abornik kafedry fizichookogo vospitanile i sporta i obahchei fizicheekoi geogrefii Kharlkovskogo ordena Trudovogo Krannogo Znameni gosudaretvannogo universiteta imeni A.H.Gorlkogo. kharlkovskoi gorodskoi sektsii allpinizma. Miarikov, Izd-vo Kherikovsko- go goo-univ., 1959. 397 P. (MIRA 13:12) (Mountaineering) (Tourism) (Physical geography) NIX, Israill Ionifovich; HANIKOKOVA, -DO-IggIT._q~_qrgiy Sof Ira Tartanovna; KAR It B.Pe, otv,redo; K33101GWO, Zj.' red.; BRATNIn, MqI,p takhn,red, [Meteorology] Neteorologiia. lzd.2., perer. i sipr. Lenin- grad, Gidrometeor.lzd-vo, 1960. 454 p. (MIRA 14tl) (Noteorology) DUMMY, Georgiy Petrovich Meteorology, by G. p. Dubinakiy, 1. 1. Gurallnik and S. V. Mamikonova. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, 1960. h70 p. illus., diagrs., graphs, maps, tables. (F-TS-9839/v) Tranalated f rom the orig:Lnal Aussian: kleteorologiya, Leningrad, 1956. Includes Bibliographies. VILINKIN, VPL.; PROLWDSKIT, S.I. Conference area of the Mr-Je 160. on the stud~r of natural resources in the left-bank Ukraine. Izv.AN SSSR.Ser.geoge no.3:159-162 (Vkraine-Geograpby, Iconomic) (KLRA 13:6) BIBICH, Andrey DmitriyevLahl VBINMT, Jj,,JmAd.geoCraf.nauk, ctv.red.; MMYANCMKO, R.K,, red.; TWIKOKO, -A.S., takhredo [The mteppe oasis of Askaniya-Nova; characteristics oZ natural conditions of the region) Stepnoi oasis Askanits-Movs; khoraktaristiks prlrodnykh uslavil raionao XharIkov, Ixd-vo Kharlkovskogo gon.univ. in. A.K.Gorlkogo, 1960. 201 p. (KmA 1423) (Askaniya-Nova Preserve) DUBINSM, G.,P.p dotsentv otv.red., TRFT'YAKOVAv A.N., red.; TROFDOXO, -tekhred. [Materials of the Caucasian Expedition under the program of the International Geopbysical learl Materialy Kavkazskol ekspe- ditsil; po programs Mezhduzw odnogo geofizicheakogo goda. Khar1kov. Vol.l. 1960. 363 P. (MIRA 14:6) 1. Nbukove Univerisiteto (Caucasus.-Glaziological researeb (Caucasus-Meteorological researcb~ -DUDINSK31p G.P.0 dotoentj otv. red.; LOS', T.A., red.,- ROGOV, Ya.M., , .- Ve HE -.-rW'. ~ i (Materials of the Caucasian Expedition (under the program of the International Geopbysical Year)] Materia3y k&vkazskoy ekspaditsii (po programme Mezbdunardnogo Geofisicheskogo Goda), Kharlkov,, Izd- vo Kharlkovokogo goo. univ. Vol.2. 1961. .357 p. (KIRA .14:11) -11. MA-Mv., Urqveroytet. Navkazakaya ekspeditaiya, (Caucasus-Glaciers) DUDIIISKIY. G.P,,-&o-U.,_oty. red.; TRETOYAKCVA, A.N., red.; SEVASMO, ni'.flip tekhne red# .(Mlaterialo of the Caucasian "dition (under the progrm of the International GeoplWaical Year)JI-laterialy Knvkaznkoi ekspeditaii (po progrimme Mozhdunarodnogo goofizicheakogo gods). Kharlkov,, Izd-vo Kbarlkovskogo goo. univ. Vol.3- 1961. 439 p. OCRA 15:12) 1. Kharkov. Universytet. Kavkazakaya ekarditsiya. (Cauca Erus-Glac isir s DUBINSKIY, G.P. Meteorological study of mountalpous regions of the U.S.S.R. should ~e continued. Goofiz. biul, no.1305-" 163. (14IRA 17:2) WRAPNIF, TZraill r,,-3-*Pf-,-.,~;,h; JI. 14-1.1 MAMTKONOVA, Soflya Varf.w,viv~'- KAROL',, B.Pp titi. red.; SiffANNTKOVA, L.,I., rei. fMeteorologyl Mete c-rol!.)gi In. Leningrad, Gidrometeolzdat, 1965. "8 P. (MIRA IS.-12) MIM m m 0 v 7 T T ii-Al a u w v 7 "1 9 v OSI T 'i & G&$ womw - - I C t " j%jft4 s , ~&S. I, n6 :, A' 4111 Itu-1011.) ZVI . rMollinicsided bY tht Au ell. thor 004 0o'-, see goo as goo ISO* it it 0 0 so 000 see a 00 o 1001, ,p CHSSNOKOV, A.B.; DUBIIIFjIb-'-'-, doteent, redaktor; PULIKINA, Ye.A., takhnicheekly redaktor [Production of steel elemenial Proizvodstvo stal'nykh konstrWdsii. Moskyno Goseizd-vo strolt, lit-ry, 1951. 321 p. CHicrofilm] (Steel, Strwtural) (MIRA 1011) ljctr5llps~ul% VAIIHOV, P.P., inshaner, laureat Stalinskoy premii (deceased); WBIKSKIY. G.S., kandidat takhnichaskikh nsmk, redaktor, --N_ [Installation of steel structural sleowntel Montasix stallnykh konstruktail. Izd.2., perer. Moskva, Gog. izd-vo lit-ry po stroit. i arkhitakturs. 1953. 213 P, (Building, Iron and steel) (MLRA 7: 6) DUBINSIal, G.S., kandi"t tokhnichookikh n&uk. j)eyalopi" methods for grgating steel smn bridge* in tka U.S.B.R. Sbor.trud,NISI no.10464-214 156. (HLRA 9tll) Virldoes, -troa4amd stool) DOBIRSKIT, G.S., dots. -11111--" 1. r- ifficlent shapes of I-beam and cross bare having bearing shootings. Sbar.trud.MISI (Girders) 1 , used In spitial structures no,221l28-159 1 58o (MIRA 11:12) KIKINy A.Lj prof.; BELEHYA, Ye.I., prof.; 5TRF1ET.,UY, N.S., prof.,, doktor tokhri. nauk; IZSSIG, U.N., dots.; I Ui.J[AVOV, K.K.s dots.; DUB11:SKIY. G.S . dots.; 6ISSIAK, G.A., dots.; IWAT"I'l-WA, V.S.y J6"Es'.;DY13AY,OV,'V.M., dots.; G-ZIUYEV, A.11., prof., VEDI-24IKGV, G.S., dots.; TUBIN, S.M., kand. tekbn. nauk, nauchnyy red.; BE-=, B.A., rod. izd-va,- WOW, L.M., teklin. red. (Metal construction; present state and outlook for future development] Metallicheskie konstruktBii; sostoianie i pre- spektivy razvitiia. Pod obshchei red. 1,.S.Streletskogo. 1.'.o- skva, Gos. izd-vo lit--ry po stroit., arkhit. i stroit. materi- alamp 1961. 333 p. 6 (EIRA 15:4) 'l. Moscow. Moskovskiy lnzhonerno-stroitel'W institut. 2. Kafedra metallichoskikh konstruktBly FoskovDkogo inzhenerno- stroitellnogo institituta imeni V.VJ',uybysheva (for all except Tubin, Bogah, Onenko). (Building, Iron and steel) (Aluminim, Structural) DUBINSK9,-Qj%,,. kand.tekhn.nauk -C~ Thermal stresses in cross bars of flat gates of hydraulic structures. Sbor. trud. MISI n0-1438-56 162. (MIM 16:2) (Gateo, Hydraulic) .DUBIMKIY G.T. )tchanization of the transportation of rolls of cord. Khimovolok no*4:74-76 162, (MIU 15t8) 1. Kamenskiy kombinat. (Tire fabrics) (Conveying machinery) DUBINSKIT, I., Imnd.ekon,nauk What binders the Introduction of the loose housing of cattle# Nau)m I pered.op.v 9911khoz. 9 no.11:70-71 IF 159. (MIRA 130) 1. Voesoyusrqy In" titut elaktrifikatsil Wmkogo khoxytLystvao (Dairy barns) DUBINSKIY, I.A. (Means for affecting a great expansion In state farm production, based on experience in reorganizing the "Vookhod" farm In Krasnodar Territory] Razervy krutogo podlema sovkhoznoc;o proisvodetva (na opyte parestroiki khoslaistva "Vookhod" Krasnodarokogo kraia); avtoreferat diseartateii na solskania uchanol. stepani kandidata okonomichaskikli neuk. Moskva, Rork. sallkhoz. akad. im. E.A.Timiriazava, 1957. 17 P. (MIRA 11:12) (State farms) DnINSKIY, Isaak Alskmandmichl PMIWA, AoPo. red.; BA A.Z., takhn* (State fam prodwtlon potoutials; *Verlenoe In reargwdslng th* *Yoskhod* State I&=] Reservy sovi6xnogo prilmdefts; Is oNU parefftroiki raboy movkhosa Ollbokhod,O'Hookwat Obs. lsd-vo sollkhos. lit-ry, 19M. 117 P; (state fmil) Wu it 17 y O"NOV, V.S., INBUX T, I. - TMOWT, A.A. L __Aj, Loose housing of dairy cattle on the "Piatigorskiiw State Farm and the "Rosellan Collective Yarm. Sbor. nauch.-tokhe inform. po elek. sellkhoz. no-7:3-10 159# (XIU 13:9) (Dairy barns) 24 (7 POITIPR: Dubinckiy, I. B. TITLE: Photoluminoncence of'-the Ester, of "hth.-l ic ard Bpnzoia Acid (Potolyumincotnent.-jiya efirov ftalevoy i 1,eizoynoy kislot) ,PEqIOI)7CAL: Izvertiyt Al--Aeraii nauk S3SR. Seriya fizic~e:-',~aya, 115" Vol 23, Nr 1, pp 116 - 110 (ImFR) APSTRACT: In this paper the photoluminencenco of the pure esters mentioned in the title and of their solutiono in cthyl 1 alcohol and carbon chloride at concentrations of 1.10 and 1.10-2 mol/i and their law of extinction are investigated. For this purpose a device h--ks been developed rhich -70~es it possible to investiCate phosphorescence, fluore2cence, and extinction. It is described in for.- of a !~chematical drawing. A table and a figure show the averal-c life in dependence on concentration, as well as extinction in de,-~endence on the concentration of some estern and their iolutions. The following observations were made: the maxinum averaze life of t!,.e -ieta- stable state is found rith estern in an alcoholic solution, Card 1/2 and the minimum average life in found in carbon tetrachloride. Photoluminescence of the Esters of Phthalic and Benzoic SOV/48-23-1-251/36 .N.cid In the initial stage of the metactable -,tate the average life is indep(mdent of concentration (with UQ exception of ethyl benzoate). With a reduction of the cone antr,,,tion in alcoholic solutions it assumes a con:;tant vAue for each group of the esters. Also the spectral character of luminescence varies with concentration (as a result of tho for-ation of associates)- In the liquid phase of esters only fluorescc,~ce is observed. In the case of the excitation of all ectern a short and intenc;e fluorescence at firz~t occurs, and only -ftor a period of from one to three seconds the lumine--cence of fluoreccPnce be,gins. The author thanks 11. A. Lcbz!dev for the qciertific supervision of the work carried out. There are 2 fieuros, 1 table and 7 Soviet refPrencc.,--. Card 212 8/185/61/006/006/021/030 D299/D304 AUTHORS: Yerkop V.F.p Lifshytslp Ye.'V., Xonovalovt V.H-q Dubynslkyyj~.t and Buhayovap N.I. TITLE: Spectral analysis of magnesium-beryllium alloys PERIODICAL: Ukrayinslkyy fizychnyy zhurnall va 69 no* 6, 1961t 837 - 842 TEXT: The present work was prompted by the need to develop Lugne- Bium-beryllium alloys for protective coatings of heat-transfer ele- ments- Binary and mutlicomponent magnesium alloys were investiga- ted, with beryllium (as basic addition), aluminum, calcium and zir- conium. The admixtures were determined by the method of spectral analysis of solutions. As a control method, the spectrophotometric method was used for determining beryllium. Sodium and potassium we- re determined by the method of flame spectrophotometry and photo- electric recording of spectra. The beryllium concentration in bina- ry alloys was determined by the three-specimen method. Themulticom- ponent magnesium alloys were analyzed for Al, Be, Ca, Zr (basic ad- Card 1/3 V/ .00 6/185/61/006/006/021/030 Spectral analysis of magnesium- D299/D304 ditions), and Fe, Cu and 11i (impurities). The calibration curves are shown in a figure. The results of spectral- and chemical analy- sis were in good agreement* As a direct metbod of analysis of the binary alloy, magnesium and beryllium were distilled simultaneous- ly in a high vacuum. Such a method made it possible to prepare a series of sufficiently homogeneous samples with a beryllium concen- tration of 0.0003 to 6.0 %. From a table it is evident that the re- sults of direct analysis of metallic specimens and of analysis of the solutions were in good agreement. The spectrophotometric method of determining t*Ie beryllium concentration in the alloy, involved the use of sulfosalycilic acid and of trilon E3(B) (the latter for the purpose of cancelling the effect of magnesium). The spectropho- tometer C ~ -4 (SF-4) was used. The optical density was measured at a wavelength of A = 317 mp. The method permitted the determinaltion of a beryllium concentration of 0.005 - 10 %. The data related'to the flame spectrophotometric method used for detecting the presence of sodium potassium in the magnesium alloy, are listed in a table. There are 1 figure, 5 tables and 7 referencass 5 Soviet-bloc and 2 non-Soviet-bloc. The reference to the English-language publication Card 2/3 S/18 61/006/006/021/030 Spectral analysis of magnesium- D299YD304 reads as follows: H.V. Meek, C-V. Banks, Chemistry, 22, no. 12, 1512, 1950. ASSOCIATION: Fizyko-tekhnichnyy instytut AS UkrRSR (Physicotechnical Institute of the AS UkrRSR, Kharkiv) Card 3/3 TERKOY V.F. [lErko, V.F.Ij LIFSHITS, Ye.V. [Lifshytolt IE.V. ; KONCOALOV, V.G. IKono.yalov.. lDabynolkyi, I.H.]; BUGAIEVA, N.I. [Buha*va, N.I.] Spectrum analynis of magneoium-beryUium alloys, Ukr,fis.shur. 6 no.6.o 837-842 N-D 161. (KUU 1695) 1. Fin.iko-tekbnichaskiy iratitut AN UkrBSR, Kharskovo (Magna sium-beryllium alloys-Spectra) 04789-67 EWT 0 1 /rWT(5'1 /EWF (14,1EW ~t % /EM IJP(C'J -.0"' E'M ACC NR. AP6024466 SOURM COM UR/0101/66/008/007/2068/2073 AUIHOR: Dubinskiy, K. K.; Ka 21yansUy, A. A.; lDzovskaya, H. G. ORG: P~Ysicotechnical Institute im, A. r, IQffe _M S33A, Leningrad (Fiziko- T1'11Z: toelastic RMerties of cubic ZnSe near the edge of the principal absorp- tiai of crystals -7 -11 SOURCE: Fizika Verdogo tela.-v. 8, no. 7, 19663, 2068-2073 TOPIC TAGS: photoelasticity, zinc compound optic material, absorption edge, double refraction, crystal. optic property ABSTRAM This is a oontinuaticn of earlier work (DAN SSSR v. 163, 67, 1965) wherx-- experimental observation was reported of a connection bet%.,--en birefrln&cnce induced by deformation (photoelasticity)--Xnd piezospectroscopic phenorrena in crystals. Since this connection -IeKi~~mffa-in singularities iii the photoelastic properties near the absorption bands in the crystal spectrwi, the authors invesLigate the singulari- ties using as an example the photoelasticity of cubic sinc selenide in the xegion of the longe-wave principal absorption edge. The zinc selenidee crystals were &rutn ft"n the wealt under pressuame in an argon atmosphere, subjected to coitpressiun along the long side (which was parallel to either the , , or axis). The dispervion of the photoelasticity of the cubic crystal was investigated in -Uw-- 2.24 - 2.71 ev range by neans of an interferenoe p=-.edure sivalar to that describwl Card 1. 04 789-61 ACC NRt AP6024466 by R. Srinivashan (Zs. Phys. v, 155, 281? 1959). 7he neasurewnts have disclosed a reversal of the sign of the photoelasticityt a nonlinear dependance of the birefrin- gence on the load, and the existence of isotropic photoelasticity in the spectral region near %,2.38 ev. The results are interpreted frcm the point of view of a con- nection existing betvmen the photoelasticity and the changes occurring in the princi- pal absorption spectrw under deformticn, and it is Wv4n that the plctoclastic pm- .perties of the crystal way differ noticeably near the absorption edge frm the proper- ties far from the edge. Origo art, has: 3 figures and 2 fbiwilas. SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DM: 07Dec65/ MG REF#. 006/ MH mr: oos afs 11(0) SOV/93-58-9-14/17 AUTHOR: Dubinskiy, L. TITLE'.- ~~-Oilwell Drillers a:A Pronp,~-ctors (Soveshchaniye barovikov-nefterazvedchikov Ukrainy) PERIODICAL: Neftywioye khozyaystvo, 1958, Nr 9, PP 67-68 (*uSSR) ABSTRACT: A conference of Ukrainian oilwell drillers ard prospectors was convened in Kiyer In May 1958. The confer~-nn-.*,e was organized by the Glavgeologiya Administrat-ion, the NTO Adminiatz-ation of the petroleum industry, and the Gcoplan of the UkrSSR. The conference was attended by 200 delegates from trusts, drilling departments, scientific research institutes, and from the Ministers-vo geologli i okhrany nedr SSSR (USSR Ministr of Ge17ogy and Conservation of Mineral ResourcesT, the Gosudarnitvt-nnyy nauchno-tektunicheskly komitet pri Sovete Minig'-:,ov 1TkrS33R (State Scientific and Technical Committee attached to the Council of Ministers of the UkrSSR), the Gosplan of the UkrSSR, the VNIlburovaya tekhnika (VNII Institute of Drilling Engineering),, and the 0proneftemash Instltute. Card 1/3 The conference heard a report on the pl&,i fo-r 11(0) 30103-58-9-211/17 Conference of Ukrairlia-n Ollwall Drillers (Cont.) the gas v=d cil reserves of the UkrSSR in 2.958-6r-, !~.nd o n t h a 1'957-58 pro.3pecting results. P.F. Nadezhin pointed out the shortcomings in the work of t-ha Glavgeologiya Administration and discussed tha basic problems fa2ing the administration in 1958. V.1. Kulyavinj Chief &-.gineer of the Glavgeologiya Admi-.istrat-ion: sta-'k;:~d that t.,*:e most important a--hievemerts of the Glavgeologiya Administration in 1957 and the first five .~ 41-'2:.Ct month3 of 1958 are: 1) the det-ex-mination foz- th- A..L. time that the Triassic and Permian rock formatic.-3 In Ukrain´┐Że-n, territory contain oil reserves in 2orm-sr:.ia! quantities, 2) the development of frec flowing ws,.Ila !.n the Dnepr-Donets Depres~-ion, Ez'AA 3) and th- conisiderable in--rease'in the ara!F- of oil and gas bearing formations of. wmmercial value 14~- tlh~~ pa;,,tern oblasts of the Ukraine. V.I. Kulyavin also out the shortlo-mings In the work of the Glavgeologlyt. Admixii3trattion but noted that individual, of the Ukrvostoknefterazvedka Trust &,,-"h1ev;7;d Mg.ft rates Card 2/3 11(0) SOV/93-58-9--14/17 Conference of Ukrainian Oilwell Drillers (Cont.) at the Chernukhinskaya and Zachepi.lovskaya reservoirs, as well as at the Indollskaya reservoir of the Ukm,eftegazorazvedka. The conference res.:)Ived to imp~-nve the prospecting and drilling work and approveA' Vae activity program for the coming years. Card 3/3 DUBIIISKIY!L. Scientific and technical conference on plannine in tho Can industry and the transportation and storage of petroleum and and petroleum produotse ftmeprorso 4 noog:53-54 S 159. (Gas, Natural-Pipalinsa--Congresses) (Patroleu*-Pipelines-CorKresses) DUBVNSKIY, L. Virst conference of vork*rs of enterprises of the Main Adain- Istration of the Gas Industry of the U.S.S.R. on the problems of innovation, efficiency promotion, anti exchaqge of ex- perience. Oas.prom. 4 no.10:53 0 159. (MIRA 13:2) (Gas Industry-kulpment and su;mlies) p tj P leAl, -A CJ VINIM, A.T.1 RKRASOV, A.M.; SYROKYATNIKOV, I.A.1 VOZNISBNSKIY, A.N.-. VASIIJNK0, ?.I.,- JAUPMAN, F.P.; TOMAH, I.A.; VINOGWOV, N.P.; ANTOSHIN. N.N.,* ALNXSANMOV, B.K.; USPZNSK1Y, B.S.; KIASSON, I.R.; KHRYFITS, H.Rol DRUTSKIY, V.F.; KRACHKOVSKIT. N.N.; POPOV, P.A.; CHILINJI, I.M.; FRARITOV, S.N.; KOZLOV, M.D.; BARLIN, V.Ya.; SARADZHEV, A.19h,j GORDZIYJCVICH, I.$.; PAK, V.P.; DORYKAN, S.M.; No DUBIRSKIT6LA ULITANOV. 3.A.; (RUDUSKIT, P.G.; XUTSHINSKIT. 1.N.; AUJ%UA4MnJLV# Mikhail Mikhailorich Narpov. Blakesta. 27 no.10-.62 0 1,56. (HLRA 9;12) (Kerpov, Mikhail Mikhailovich, d-1956) MIMANF)ROV, D.K.; DEMAN, B.A.; DROZDOV, N.G.; lq]3~1~'SKIY, L.A.; A.M.; KUTNSKIY H.D.; K(j'kLC)V V.D.; '-f-SOVEKlY G.S.; . I r ' 'Y, D.S.; Mf-'C-TS, N.D.; .1i'J"TOLM) K.S.; THWUN, P.V., (ISPENSKI rl ~;UhTSOV . M.A. NIkolai NlkolaevJ,~h Krachkovskil, 1889- ; on his 75th birthday. Edektricliestvo tio.1:90 Ja 165. 18:7) SMIRNOVP V.S.1 KOSTENKO, M.P.; WMAN, L.R.; KOSTENKO, M.V.; DOMANSKIY, B.I.; ZALESSKIYp A.M.; USMp O.V.; AYZENBFEG, B.L.; 4qAWKTY, Rkkf,; ALEKSANDROV, G.N.; GRlBDVj A.N.; GRUZDEV, I.A.; LEVIWgHTF.YN, MA.; MIKIRTIOEV, AA.; MIKHAYLOVA, V.I.; RUZIN, Ya.L.; STEFANOV, .K.S.; KHOBFRG, V.A.; SHCHERBACHEV, O.Y. M.D. Kamenskiij on hl,8,80th birthday. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; energ. 8 no.7:130-131 Jl 165. (MIRA 18:9) ACC NR: AI,M07595 SOURCE CODE: UR/0104/66/ AUTHOR: Chuprakov, N. ~1,; Dorovoy, A, A,; Postnikov, N. A.; Mlychevr A, A,; Xagidsson, E.-M SInIchugov, P. I.; Zoylldzon, Ye. D.; Barchaninov, C. S.; Yerm'oienk.a, V. M.; Vasil'yovp A. A.; Sokolov, N. I.; Ullyanov, A. S.; Fcdoseyev, A. M.; Sarkisov, H. A.; Rokotyan, S. S.; Azartyev, D. I.;'Arsons G. S.; Dubinskiy L A . Zhulln, 1. V.; ;Wlpakova, A. I.; Antoshing N. N. KrLkunchik-,--A-. 3.-,. Kuchkin, M. D.; ProobrAthonskly, N. Ye.; Rout, 11. A.; 1~hcyftts, M. E.; Sharov, A. N.; Yakub, Yu. A.; Gorbunov, N. I.; ShurmukhIn, V. A.; Be5chinskly, A. A; ORC. n0.10 LITLIZ: Borts S.Orreyovich Uspenskly (on his 60th birthday) SCURCE, Elaktrichcaklyo stantstip no, 8. 19669 95-96 TOPIC TACS1 hydroelectric power plant, electric engineering personnel. SUB COM 10 A3ST.'LkCT: 3. S. Usponskly was born In June 1906. He graduated from the State Electric Machine Building ln~stitute In 1928 as an electric Installation ongincor. He worked In the State Electro-Tachnical Trust .1 for four years, than In the All-Union ElectroTachnIcal Union, whern he planned power construction units. Plans which he made up at that tine for the electrical portion of electrical stations and sub-stations arc still being used. He was Invovled In plann%nZ and Installation of the electrical portion of hydro-olectric.poweir stations and powerful pumping I stations In the Yoscov-Volga Canal'i During the war, he was In charge In installation of the KrannogroakAya Heat and tioctric Paver Station, the planning of the Urals Rydro-Alectrie Power Station mid other projects. He Card KOSTENKOP H.V.,- NEYMAN, L.R.; MELLUTIM, L.A.; KMEIISKlyt H.D.; BOLOTOVp V.V.; ZALESSKIYI A.M.; USOV, S.V.; SHCHEDIUM, N.H.; GF-RASI:UV, Mi.; DUBINSKIY) L.A. B.L.Aizenberg; on his 60tb birthday, Elektricbestvo no.11:94 m 162. (MIA .15:11) (A12enberg, Boris Llvovich, 1902-) AYMINEIRG, B.L.; ALFKSPJIDROV, G.N.; GRIBOV, A.N.1 GRUZDEV, I.A.; rPMANSKIY,, B.I.; WBIMIY,,.L.A.j ZAIESSKIY, A.M.1 NOSTENKO, M.P.; KOSTENYO, M.V.; IT-VINSHIF.YN, M.L.; YIKIRTICHFV, A.A.; MIKHAYLOVA, V.I.; ~EYYAN~ L.R.; RUZINq Ya.L.; SMIRNCV. V.S.; STEFANOV, K.S.; USOV, S.V.,, KIIOBPRG, V.A.1 SHCHMACHEV, O,V* Professor M.D.Kamenckiij on his 80th birthday. Elekt.richestvo na.7s 92-93 J1 165o (MIU 18 s 7) BORISFNKO, N.I.; DUTKEVICII, G.V.; VORONFTSKIY, B.B.; VASILIYEV, D.V.; :IjtA,; 7AES'SKlY. ii,~Sj.,TW.UT DROZDOV, II.G.; D~gjE~jll KOSTPlIKOf M.P.; KU7A','F7S)OVf P.I.; KU11BAKI-11, V.S.; L.G.; ISLINIKOV, N.A..; NFYMQ,, L.P.; FFTAROV, I.I.; RABINUICH, S.I.; SitHOK11VALOV, V.A.; SOLODOVIIIKOV, V.V.,; STEKLOV, V.1u.; SIR011YA7114IKOV, I.A.; FEDOSEYEV, A.M.; CHILIKIN, H.G.) SIIATAILV, A.S.; 7'IEF~JLB, I-A. Petr Ivanovich Voevodin, 1884- ; on his 80th birthdny. Elektrichest-ve no.9;92 S 164. (1-lipi, 1~: 10) VINOGRADOV, Dmitriy Yevgenlyevichj_ DUBIN=,,--I.A., retsenzent; BOSHNYAKOVICH, A.D.# red. (Field testa of overhead power tranamied on-11 ne supports] Ispy,tanie opor 14nii elektroperedachi v polevykh usloviiakh. Moskva., Izd-vo nibrgiiall 1964. 179 p. (MIRA 17:7) ACC NRt AMWW41 SOURCE COOS: UR/0105/65/000/001/OM/0090 AVFHOR: Aleksandrov, B. K.; Derman,, B. A.; Drozdov, N. G.; Dubinskiy,,L. A,,; Zalesskiy, A. M H. D.; Kozlovp H. D.; Lisovskiy, G. S.; Simlobovo K. S.9 Trebulev, P. V.; Uspenskiy, B. S.; Kheyfiteg H. D.; Shvetsov, H. A. ORG: none 11 TITLE: 'Nikolay Nikolayevich Krachkovskiy SOURCE: Elektrichestvo, no, 1, 19650 90 TOPIC TAGS: electric power engineering, electric engineering personnel ABSTRACT: 'Brief b6graphy or auoject, a senior scientific associate of the institute of Power Engineering AS USSRO on the occasion of his 75th birthday on 16 Dee 64. Ile vas graduated frow the Leningrad Polytechnical Institute in 1916. Worked for e. number or years in the planning, xurvey~ ing, construction and operation of the first HV tranAminsion lines ind subatations. From 1992 to 1926, participated in the plmnaing snd construc- I tion of the first Soviet hydroelectric station (Volkov GES in. Lenin' and 110 ky transmission line, In 1927-1932, designed tranamission lines at the GET (State Electrical Engineering Trust) and the Leningrad breach of Daeprostroy. chief or eleatrio power and transmission section at Sverd- lovsk, Volgostroy and Leningrad Energoproyekt (1932-1938); simultaneously studied 100-cycle current for AS.USSR and participated In plaa2icg - the ' Kuybyshev GES - Hosc&*transmisslon line. Worked at Lenlng*rad Gidroproyekt until 1947, and at Moscow Gidrenergoproyekt until 1955. Among the first to propose Card 1/2 11W.!! A21 -11 ACC NR, AP6W5-0-2f--- converting the Kuybyshev - Moscow line from 400 to 500 kv- An ardent advocate or d-c for HV and M transmission. Authored over 75 scientific and technical articles, and two inventions. Awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Iabor and other decorations. Orig, art# has: I figured _FJPR-_3S SUB CODE: 09 / SUff4 DATE:, none ACC NRs AP6012968 SOURCE CODE: UP,/0143/65/000/00`7/0130/0131 f ~, AUTHOR: Smirnov, V. So; Kostenkop M. P.; Neyman, L. R.; Kostenko, M. V.; J_? Domanskiy, B. I.; Zalesakiy# A. M.1 Uaov, So V.; Ayzenbergt B. L.; Dut!~ ajs_~. Aq. Aleksandrovt Go No; Gribov, At No; Gruzdev, I. A.; Levinshteynt M. Rikirtichev, A. A.; Mikhaylova, Ve I.1 Ruzint Ya. L.; Stefanovs K. So; Khoberg, V. A.; Shcherbachev, 0. Vo ORG: none TITIE: Honoring the 80th birthday of Kikhail Davidovich Kamenskiy SOURCE: Izveatiya vysebikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Energetikap no. 7# 1965# 130-131 TOPIC TAGS: electric power engineering, electric engineering personnel, hydroelectric power plant# themcelectric power plant ABSTRACT: On 19 April 1965 Prof. Dr. Teohn. Sol. Mikhail David---- ovieh Kamenskiy celebrated his 80th birthday and the 55th anni- versary of his active work as a power expert. Mikhail Davidovloh to a 1909 graduate of the Petersburg Polytechnic Institute - since his graduation he has been associated with this Inotituel- now renamed lAningrad Polytechnic Institute, as an instructor. He is~ a major scientist and specialist In electric power grids and eye-: temso He has been a major contributor to the establishment of the lAningrod Power Grid. &M various largo thermal and, hydrooo L 22149-66 C- __ij~~OH2968 C NRt A electric power stations and an active participant In the design and construction of high-'and low-voltage power systems In many cities of the Soviet Union* During the Siege of Leningrad In World War II he was a member of the Municipal Party Defense Com- mittee. Since the war hikhall Davidovich has been head of the. Chair of Electric Power Grids and Systems at the Leningrad Poly- teohnio Xnatitute and has been working on the methods of calou- ,latIng the economic regimes of power system operation and on the Troblems of the present-day development of urban power systems* H.D. Kamenakiy has published more than 80 workel including both original studies as well as textbooks that are-popular In the Soviet Union and abroad@ He Is the ohalzinan of the Section on Power Systems and Grids under the Leningrad Division of the Sol- entific and T6ohnioal Division of the Power Industry-and organizer' -of and p lolpant In many solentifto-toohnioal conferences and mest,ngs!rt8,s merits as an eduettor of a now sahool of Soviet power engineers ire equally large* Orige art# hass 1 figWe. [JPRS1 SUB CODE t 10 / SUBK UTZ s none dJC6 010000 77566 SOV/108-15-2-11/12 AUTHOR: TITLE.- On Production Standardization of Units of Radio Electronic Equipment (A Response to a Letter to the Editor by A. A. .Harkevich) PERIODICAL: Radiotekhnika, 1960, Vol 15, Nr 2, p 80 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The author of this article discusses standardization in production of radio electronic parts as a great economy measure, and also comments on similar Ideas expressed in two previous articles that cave appeared in "Radiotekhnika"; one by A. A. Harkevich In 1958, Vol 13, Nr 9, and another by Ye. N. Baskakov in 1959, Vol 14, Nr It'. The training of servicing personnel would also be simplified. The author suggests future publication of domestic and foreign articles related to this subject. Card 1/1 KVITNITSIlt-, Alek"ndr Vaell'yovicib; PATWV, Ametolly Vladimirovich; LZM- Y.L.Wh6mer. rodaktor; Xpl* MY. L.K., inzhener. retxenseati RUDIMIT, Ta,lot t6khn iiil-'ieaaktlor. 1;6 3r CP~rePairlug work drawings] TYPolnezie rabochikh chertazhei. Kiev, Gom.nauchno-tekhn.izd~vo washinostroitellaol lit-ry, 1955o 138 Po (Bibliotaka konstruktora) (MMA 9:1) (Rachanic&3, drawing)