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---- ------ EWT(d)/EW(h)/EWP(l) UIV041316610001u., C NF1 6009551 SOURCE CODE. Magirqtq~ AUTHORS: Amellkovich, L I j- LrtoonoVA, )L&__Gj pXtt P.,- NovozhilQ_v_j.)Lu. I ; Orloy so F.1 ?ikkgvii~ia, P. Oe;-'P- L-^"ov4rt A- T_# Polyachenkoj V.-A.; chenko, L. Ps .'Fedoseyev, Ot Vj; b ORG- none ~TITLE: Machine for gathering, hauling$ and tati 111~f felled trees. Class 45, No. 17953 announced,by Onega TracjgK_fg2j2M (Ofiezhakiy traktorW zavod); 539 ningrad Kirov Factory-iLeningradskiy Kirovskiy zavod); _,4eningrad Forest Technical Academy imo--S. M. Kirov (Leningradskayalesotakhnicheskaya aka emiya2/ SOURCE: I ob no* 5, 1966o 93-94 z reteniyaj promyshlennyye obraztsy) tovarWe anaki TOPIC TAGS4 tractort~forestry, forestry product ABSTRACT: This Author Certificatelpresents a machine for-hauling, Catheringp and transporting felled trees.. consisting ofa mono-axle tractor, semitrailer with Ateering axle connected with the tractor by a universal joint$ and a hoist* To insure a continuous pick-up of falled trees and their loading on the machine, the latter is equipped with a movable boom.. to the end of which is attached a pincer ~Iamp._, To improve the maneuverability of the machine) the movable boom is mounted -tor frame and the pick-up device on the frame of the semi-trailer. iTo . I A-CC NRt AP6009551 prevent damage to the movable parts., the latter are protected by means af-pipe fastened above the saddle hitch device. To facilitate the loading of large packets of trees, a pulley is attached to the protective pipe (see Fige 1)o Fig. 1. 1 - pick-up assembly; 2 - hoist; 3 - saddle-hitch device; 4 - movable boom,, 5 and 6 - power cylinders; 7 - pincer clamp* mono-axle tractor; 9 - sem-Itrailerj .10 steering axle of semitrailer; 11 - pro- -ective pipe; 12 pulley. Orig. art& has 1 diagram, kSUB COM 13.,02/ SUBM DATE* 15Jun6h 2/2 ard LI 8L FADEYEVA, T.S.; DYATLOVA.. A.I. Dynamics of seed germination in the reciprocal hybrids of strawberries. Bote zhur. 47 no.8:1290-219/+ Ag 162. (KM 35:10) 1. Loningradakiy gosudarstvennyy universitet, (Strawberry breeding) (Germination) MUSTOLYUBOVAY N.B.; DYATLOVA, A.I. Electron microscopic study on nuclear and plasmatic relations in plant cells. Izv. SO AIf SSSR no-4. Ser. biol.-med. naulk no.1:23-27163. (I,IL,,l 16.-8) 1. Institut, tsitologii i gonetiki Sibirskogo otdeleniya AN SSSR, Novosibirsk. (ELECTRON HICROSCOPY) (PLAIN CELIS AIR) TISSUES) V --W 4 t -YA *T ACCT~SSRTOTN NM: A-P5017983 of (,,hemi cal K. v 1-.1(-nceq); Dyatl2al-L. ~:Z. 7) F t: id o keranallka, no. 7, 1965, T~ -8: doubte refraction, spodumeneglass, giassnptie-ilpr~~-~rty, 8tructaral :rofrin--eace, glass crystaffization, SR tj% J7 'I ABSTRAC'n The study was made in order to determine the pfi i flit of - in glasses il~ -htaine'd, ':;t- livFtem "0 -,It! -ontuned IF)' .s t L 6C-037-65 A C C E S SI 0 N NR: AP5017983 and ~y t-he gyowb~ of the crystals in an oriented direction. 1"he strucWral birefringence h~l very sensitive'to temperabi-re chaage6, The~ 7G'~)-740(7 range 'R which a-- kel the -nain phase takk-.-i pl~ict,, t. !he m, e L-h--d -d- ril~xll Q aa '- -Lu:~ed lur cteEer-minmg Ene Ulm ~-s lization range in processes involved in the mamdacture of tramparent pyroceram- 1C6. (Yrig. art. hast 3 figures. Gosudarstvewyy nauchno-issledovatellskly institut R-t--Kl;z (Scientific T-t-ji- of f~' AKOLIZIN, P.A.; GERASIMOV, V.V.; KASPFaqOVICH, A.I.; MAMET, A.P.; MANIKINA, N.N.; MARGULOVA, T.Kh.; MARTYNOVA, 0.1.; NIIIZOPOLISKIY, Z.L.; PrinirAli uchastiye: DYATLOVA, N.M.; '7- BIKIDW, B.I.; STYRINKOVICH, M.A., retse zeif-F-KOSTYU IN-;, Yu.M., red, [water system f thermal electric power plants (ordinary and atomic)) Vodnyi rezhim teplovykh elektrostantsil (obychn.vkh I atomrWkb). [By] P.A.Akollzin i dr. Noskva, Energiia, 1965. 382 p. (MIRA ISO) L 5-1 5 P-TT9~t-6N-i;R: APS012970 UP/0078/65/010/005/111,1/1137 ')vat-1c)7a, N. M. Temkina, V. Ya, Belugin, tch, F. D, Kalmwko,ra, N. N., 7."" loming of bet a-hydronre thy I i mdnod i ac,~~ -~ i i r t~, m,n s 'Zh!i-tial neorganicheskoy khimli, v. 10, no. A ~~:7 :beta-hydrovyethyliminodiacetic acid, ra:,- -i 7- )mi r~rt, vt trium separat ion , rir~, - ~rl x -T: 71e aut hors studied the capacity of t i to c~ f- r 1 T- j7 3 a r* e t re e a~)iii t yconstants of the cor7clexes F,-~,r the separation of rar~e earth ux--tals. Card 1/2 L53047-65 ACCESSION NR: AP5012970 16 !the complexes of dysprosium and yttrium, equal to 0.71, is particularly not-able, sin- it exceeds any previous value attained with other complexing agents. Exreri-' mints invclving the separation of a binary mixture containing 30% Y,O-. tind 70% J I I DY201 by rw,-ans of 0-hydroxyethyliminodiacetic acid were very successful. I t was f--, qd that as the atomic number of the rare earth metal increases, the stability of' x rise.- sharply at first (from lanthanum ~c europium), then constant (from europium to lutetium). Orig.. ar-. has: ~ figures, -in,". 11 formulas. Card 2.12 57 M-0-65 I (m)ARPO U RR: UR/0020/65/161f/-X3/0607/0610 T AP5010582 11 P, Kab, -huAi' X. I, (loademl c I iii- t llsl~d-31 I ad --c7ziiimritian of compiox formation of phoaphoori~mni,3 b ,3ssR. Douady, v. 161, no. phosphoaic acid, oomplex cm-apo=d, chelat--, met~iorpzlic c=pound ---m-pleming propartipee of ethyl endj ami-nob i --me -~hy !phog phomi c a4-Ad (I), -x 7 n Ho ar, %i. Tb, FS 13-9, Y 6%, Pr, 134, Sm, Du ~a Tbo -K 7alutes of the acids ver-3 deter-aliled of nyd-rog-en 0 b a arvc-4 far a It 1 =iWoltlou of -,om-F6aei) ,a i'-' ;~6 tm.1o wt ,he +7 POT ft C'r I ,Ila, Th, wad tbe rure earth t-M alkali earth cationa. jf M.B farmation of bTdrooq oaWlaxaa ww obaerred, Thri mri, en-A-Uh slmc t-:57010-455-1 ACCESSIV. NRI AP50105U and Th form in presence of exceea reagent cmpom4n of ty-pe n-(Y)2. Phospho- -7--l cex:~xW agmts form eapecially stable bydragnn complexes as com~d rith p-'cxi-ng agmts. Orig. txt. ban, f On-ma". h ki Tl-,2titut diimicheakikh reaktivcrw i ooot~o cmistyth IdAitaichea kh t-u t c. of Cheni ctd Rew-m F'r-A R; A& PT;T OC p- P. V~L. I., In"!z! n.,,r I L IL 17-'W( I 95~iX I'll All. k -;I: I Wert ~7;1- soj. L-1 v;,41 11,C), Ill I"t0fl, Mr.,co, cjFf4, airMcUd'. rli.,kn %hite cryn.0mictsul. ill ~Plrin~17 50t. 1,11 1"WrI, 1w,"A. in Nfesco, t1101, C:11,03, aml C411A. The suitability of I and 11 for atialyticil work was t". ted pularographIcally with 17 catfousat varinus 141 and the re- o ~.,,Vlu are tabulated. V-,ider cffta:,i mulitioni I and 11 formcd otable comiAno" 7AIt ccrt:lill cati~qls which indl- I-attJ th~if lLj1j)1iCAt,1%y to 'Inal,vtIval work. The S(kid I b6ng contiou"I. Name: Dissertation: Degree: -Af4ii4a4gm ILI X4~ Defame Date, Place: DYATLOVAI N. M. Investigation of acme intracomplex compounds Cand Chem Sci Moscow State Pedabogical Inst imeni V. I. Lenin 1956, M03C01d Source: 11"id.zlinaya Letopis 1, No 48, 195L /? A~ 4), AUTHORS: Lastovskiy, R. P., Vaynshteyn, Yu. 1., 75-1-4/26 Dyatlovat N. Lt., Kolpakova, I. D. TITLE: New Complexona. (Novyye kompleksony), Information 71. Benzylaminodiacetic Acid and a,a1,a"-;- -Triamin0iibenzyldiphenylmethanehexaacetic Acid (SoobshcneniYe 3. Benzilamindiuksusnaya kislota i aval'all- Trieminodibenzildifenilmetangeksaukousnaya kislota) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal Analiticheskoy Xhimii, 1958, Vol. 13, Nr 1, PP 31-35 (USSR) ABSTRACT: With the examples of methylaminediacetic acid (1), benzylaminediacetic acid (2) and benzhydrilaminediacetic acid (3) the influence exerted by the modification of,the molecular weight upon the complex-foruing properties of some complexones wa3 determined. C11 N(CH 3 2r~0011)2 -Cl""T(C"12COo") 2 (C112C00,U)2 (2) (3) Card 1/5 The investigation of the properties of these new compounds New Complexons . 75-1-4/26 Information 3. Benzylaminodiacetic Acid and a,al,all-Triaminodibenzyl- diphenylmethanehexaacetic Acid was carried out polarographically. The displacement of the half-wave potentials for a number of cations at different P.H were also determined. In this connection it was found that benzylaminediacetic acid at PH 2,5 forms complex compounds with the ions CU 2+ , Bi3+ , Mi 2+ and Sb 3+ , at p H 4,4 with the ions Cu 2+ , Cc 2+ 2+ and Mo(V), at p if 9,35 with the ions Pb , La(III) and at 2+ 3+ PH 12,4 with the ions Cu , La(M) and Sb A comparison between methylamine-, benzylamine- and benzhydril amine-diacetic acid showed that an increase in molecular weight under certain conditions causes an increase in the complex-forming properties. The polarographic investi- gation of atal,all-triaminedibenzyldiphenylnetlianehexaacetic acid (4) showed that this compound at PH 2,5 forms complex compounds with the ions -1 Pb 2+ , Cu 2+ , AS(III), 111 2+ , Cc 2+ and Ulo(VI), at p H 4,4 with Card 2/5 the ions Co 2+ , 711o(VI), Fe 3+ , at pH 9135 with the ions Pb 2+1 New Complexono.. 75-1-4/26 Information 71. Jenzylaminoliacetic Acid and U,"f,ufl- -Tri ami no dI:ben -.yl di phe.-.yl oe than ehexaac et i c ,Icid Bi 3+, Ili 2+ , Cd 2+ , Un 2+ 1 Cr 3+ and L--(III) and at P11 12,4 2+ 2+ 2+ 3+ with the ions Cu , 1'i , Co and Al -C!:,- _C11- (4) Y.'(CH2COOH)2 "(CII2COO:,T)2 IT~Cil2COOH)2 T,',Ie formation of -- nuuber of co.-iplex compound:; with this complexone is de,-e2,,--`cnt oi-i tiLie. Thus, c.-., at 5,35 the half-wave )otential cf n=ounts to from -C'," to -0,76V, in thin connoctiol-I t1a" hei'ht of the dncr("-.:~noc, frO;,I 16 to 11 wL-, and a rec-,nd wave for;au. The o~-istenco o' two Yraves c,%r, here nnt be cau.,~-~ by a otepwise reduction, as cadmium does not show any intermediate sta.-es in the oxidation nu.:,.bar. The for..iation of two vz~vic may be ex2lained by the fcrmaction of differeiit complex coLAT)ourdo so slowly p-assinG over into one another that each of th,~.a is capable of forming; its o-,.7i wave. After 15 days standing; the second wave disappears and the reduction potential of Card 3/5 cadmium amounts to -0,7 V. On furthler standinE; no chan-e New Complexons. 75-1-4/26 Information .1. Benzylaminodiacetic Acid and u,ul,ull- -Tria:airo&benzyldiphe,-,,rl,,,~..hanehexaacetic Acid any more occurs. This phenomenon -may be explained by the presence of 3 comPlex-formint; ~-rou'Ps ill ",Ulall-triamine- dibeiizyl(li.-L)Iie.,iylmotlianehexai.Lcotic acid ahich form intermediary ccr.21exas -,.rhiclh one after another enter into the reaction. For a more complete characterization of the investigated new complexones the dissociation constants of the formed complex com-,ounds vrere determined in a polaroi3rphic way. For bennyla-minediacetic acid the dissocia- tion constants of the complexes with copper and bismuth were determined, for the disodium salt of benzh,l drila-minediacetic acid the dissociation constants of the co.aplexes vith copper, cobalt, nickel, lanthanum and cadmium, and for a,altall_ -triaminedibenzyldiphenylmethanehexaacetic acid the dissodatim constants of the complexes with copper, lanthanuz and cadmium. The results of the polaro-raphic investiEations of the disodium salt of benzhydrilaminediacetic acid had already been published previously (ref. 1). The s,,nthesis of benzylaminediacetic acid and a,al,ull-triaLainedibenzy1di- phenylmethanehexaacetic acid are accurately described. There Card 4/5 are 2 tables, and 3 references, all of which are Slavic. New Complexors. 75-1-4/26 Information 3. jenzylaminodiacetic Acid and a,al,all- -Triaminolibenzyldiplionyltnethanehexaacetic Acid ASSOCIATION: All-Union Scientific Research Dstitute for Chemical Reagents, Moscow (Vsesoyuznyy nauclino - issledovatel'skiy institut khimicheokikh reaktivov, Moskva) SUBMITTED: September 18, 1956 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress 1. Complex compounds - Polarographic analysis 2. Benzylamirodiacetic acids - Chemical reactions 3. 4~"- tri amino di ben zy1di pheny1me tha nehexaac e tic acids - Chemical reactions Complex compounds - Properties Card 5/15 sov/81-59-16-56637 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, 1959, Nr 16, p 94 (USSR) AUTHORS- Vaynshteyn, Yu.I., Dyatlova,__ILb TTTLE: The Investigation of Complax Compounds of Hexamethylenediamine Tetraacetic and Benzhydrylamine Diacetic Acids With Some Metals PERIODICAL: Tr. Vses. n.-i. in-ta khim. reaktivov, 1958, Nr 22 , pp 43-49 ABSTRACT-, She complex-formation of the ions Zn2+ Cd 2 4, CU2 + and La3+ with hexa- t 0 methylenediamine tetraacetic acid (H4 :)ns Cd2+ C02+, Cu2f R) and of the ii La3+ with sodium benzhydrylamine diacetate (Na2R') has been studied by the polarographic method. It has been shown that at pH 9.35 and a HO con- centration from 1 lo-5 to 2.5 . 1o-4 M the complex Zn2R is fonned, the instability const of which is equal to 6 - 1o-13; at a concentration of H4R > 2 . 10 2- is formed the instability .5 M the complex ion ZnR constant of which is equal to 4.7 . lo-5. At PH 9.35: Cd2+ and La3 + form with HO the complexes Cd2R and La2R2 , the instability constantsof which are equal to 7.52 - 10-9 and 1.35 . 10-8, respectively. CU2+ at pH 4L~~ forms with H4R the complex Cu2R, the instability consTant of which is Card 1/2 equal to 8 .5 . lo 5. At pH 9.35, Cd2+ and La34-form with Na2R' the com- sov/81-59-16-56637 The Investigation of Complex Compounds of Hexamethylenediamine Tetraacetic and Benz- hydrylamine Diacetic Acids With Some.Metals plexes Cd.R' and LaR'+, the Instability constants of which are equal to 2.76 - 10-8 and 9,34 ! jo-3, respectively. At pH 4.4, C02-~'and Cu24,form_ he compounds CoRl and CuR?, the instability constants of which are equal to 1.26 - 10 ~ and 8.9 . 10-4, respectively V. Shmidt. Card 2/2 S/075/60/015/004/009/030/XX B020/BO64 AUTHORS: Lastovskiy, R. P.9 Kolpakova, I. D.,, and Dyatlova, N. M. ------------- TITLE: New ComplexonOInformation 4.. Synthesis and Study of the Comple cons ~ce TriazinelSeries PERIODICAL: Zhurnal analiticheskoy khimii, 1960, Vol. 15, No. 4, pp. 419 - 423 TEXTt Continuing their study of the synthesis of new complexons (Refs. 1-3), the authors investigate here the effect of nitrogen in the triazine cycle upon its capability of forming complex compounds. The introduction of atome capable of coordinating with metals into the complexon molecule increases its capability of forming complexes and, in many cases, increases the selectivity of complexons for several metal cations. It was of interest to study the effect of heteroatoms in cyclic compounds. Por this purpose, the following complexons containing a 1,3,5-triazine cycle were preparedt 2-oxy-4,6-diamino-1,3,5-triazine- N,N,N1,Nl-tetraacetic acid (I) and 2,4,6-triamino-1,3,5-triazine- N,N,N1,N',N",N"-hexaacetic acid (II) by condensing cyanur chloride with Card 1/3 New Complexons. Information 4. Synthesis and S/075/60/015/004/009/030/XX Study of the Complexons of the Triazine Series B020/BO64 imino diacetic acid. The complex-forming properties of the new compounds were polarographically studied by shifting the half-wave potential and determining the instability constants of the complexes of a number of cations. Table 1 indicates that the synthesized complexons forma number of compounds with metal ions, among which the following are of special 2+ 2+ 3+ 2+ 2+ VI interestj At PH 2,5, 1 reacts with Pb , CU , Bi , Cd ,Ni , Mo , and Ti IV at PH 4.4, apart from these ions, with As III and Mn 2+ ; at PH 9~35 + 2+ 2+ 111 2+ VI 2+ 2+ with Pb , Cu , Cd As Co , and Mo ; and at PH 12 with Cu Cd 2+ 2+ 3+ 2+ 2+ 2+ VI Zn Ni , and Bi At PH 4.4, 11 reacts with Pb , Cu Mn MO IV 111 2+ and Ti ; at PH 2.5, apart from these ions, with La ; TI and Zn 2+ 2+ 111 2+ VI III at PH 9.3 with Pb , Cu , As Mn , Mo , and La and at PH 12 with 2+ 2+ 2+ VI Cu , Cd , Ni , and Mo . To determine the influence of nitrogen atoms in the hetero-cycle upon the stability of the complexes being formed, the properties of compounds I and II were compared with one another and with m-phenylene diamine-N,N,N',N'-tetraacetic acid, which were synthesized and Card 2/3 New Complexons. Information 4. SynLhesis and S/075/60/015/004/009/030/XX Study of the Complexons of the Triaziri- Series B020/BO64 polarographically examined for the purpose. The instability constants of some complexes formed by the complexons examined with several metals were determined polarographically (Table 2),, The half-wave potential shifts of the ion complexes with I and 11 are in all cases greater than with III, while the tendency toward forming stable complexes with I is greater than with II. I and II are characterized by the presence of the same group capable of forming complexes with metal cations, i.e.., (HOOC-CH 2)2N - C - N - C - N(CH 2COOH)2 . The increased capability of 11 of it I forming complexes may be ascribed to the presence of a symmetrical molecule (three iminodiacetic acid groups). Finally, the synthesis of I and II is described in detail. There are 2 tables and 6 references; 4 Soviet, 1 Swiss, and 1 German. ASSOCIATION: Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-isaledovatellskiy instit-ut khimicheskikh reaktivov, Moskva (All-Union Scientific Research Institute emical R-s-pt-, Moscow) SUBMITTED: April 14, 1959 Card 3/3 YASHUNSKIY, V.G.; SAMOYLOVA, 0.1.; DYATLOVAX N.M.; JAVROVA, O.Yu. Substances with complex-forming capacity. Part 7: N,n,S-marcaptoothylaminotria~etic acid. Zhur.ob.khim. 32 no.10:3372-3378 0 162. (MIRA 15:11) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy khimiko-farmatsevticheski-7 institut imeni S. Ordzhonikidze i Vsesoyuznyy nauchno- isoledovatellakiy institut khimicheskikh reaktivov. (Acetid acid) '.(Complex compounds) LASTOVSKIY R.P. (Moscow,, Bogorodskiy val.d.3) DYATLO.YA,-H-M. (Moscow, Bog'orodskiy val.d.3); KOLPAKOVA, I.D.-~Moscow, Bogorodskiy val.d.3)-, TEMKINA, V.Ya. (Moscow, Bogorodskiy val.d.3); LAVROVA, 0'.Yu. (Moscow, Bogorodskiy val.d.3) New complexones and possibilities of their application in analytical chemistry. Acta chimica Hung 32 no.2-.229-233 I+ 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatelskiy institut khimicheskikh reaktivov. DYATLOVAp N.M.; B119114AN, B.I. Complexons of certain metals with N,N,S-morcaptoethylaminotri- acetic acid studied by tho high-frequency titration methcd. Zhur.anal.khim. 18 no*7:796-798 Jl 163, (14M~ 16.11) 1. All-Union 6cientific-Research Institute of Chemical Reagents and Substances of Special Parity, Moscow. IASTOVSHY, R.P.; J) -WA N I ; TEMKINA, V.Ya.; YAROSHENKO, G.F.; ffA KOLESNIK, Ye.S. New polycomplexons. Trudy IREA no.25:57-65 163. (MW 18:6) DYATLOVA,,,11,14.,; YASIMNSKIY, V.G.; SIDORENKO, V.V.; IAVROVA, O.Yu.; -`Ua~0 VSKIY, R.P. i Synthesis and study of new cc~,plexons containing heteroatoms in cyclic compounds. Trudy IREA no.25:83-90 163. Synthesis and study of new selective ion-exchange resins. Ibid.:91-99 (MM 18:6) ME I NP A. M4 ; PETIFIOVA , G.S~ ; ;Al~` i "ii-, ~-" ~k.4 . I I ~ .1 ,, . , litiartion of cadjon h,j Ili.-, ', ~ f,jj~.f, r-,"' ""a_t ~~ - 1. q -1 :,, -, _ ~, !!,!, _. i 1; 1 ! 11 1. wi th lead and vadm.tux. ~ ! ;. 1 .7 . , -1 - I ls;u' DYATLOVA, N.M.; LAVROVA, O.Yu. Reduction of rare-earth metals. Trudy IREA no.25:289-302 163. (MIRA 18;6) DYATIX)7v,P., Yu.F. Cf:rtain remarks concerning the applicability of Blerrum ard Schwatzenbach's methods for calculatin.- the constants of disso;iation of acids. Trudy IRrA no.25:374-384 163. (MIRA 18: 6) DYkTLOVA, N.M.; BIMMAN, B.I. Using the measuiamerAs of electric conductL-vity in studying complexons. Trudy 1REA no.25:385-390 163. 1 Study of complexons by the high-frequancy titration method. lbld.:",00~-407 163. (MIRA 18t6) DYATLOVA, N.Mq; LAVROVAI O.Yu.j BIKINAN, B.I. Determination of the composition and instability constants of some complexion salts. Trudy IREA no.25:391-399 163. (14M 18: 6) DYATLOVA, N.M.; SFIIIT~FMOVA, I.A.; YASHUNI'MY, 0.1.; Pr1ri-imala uchost.1ye -nobrynina, N.A. Complex-9. Zhur. ob. khim. 34 tic.1,2:4003-40(y? 1) 164 ln,;tilut kh-"..-,4 n-s5k-kh rea-kVvov L osobo shistpt, khimicheskikh vesh~~Iiest-- Vseso~-~ -j nauc~no-issledovatel Iskd y khLriikc--far,%,-,tse -J.,'heBkiy in.9titut im. Ordzhonikicize. nr-fT T 14 11, Ij t t f j h L. h i ny DYATLOVA, N.M., kand. khim. nauk; BrK"I, B.I., starsh'-y nauchny)r sotrudnik Determination of calcium iron and copper by the complexometrL-. method in the presence of a complexon. Teploenergetika 11 no.12,? 88-89 D 164 Wpm 18:2) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatelli3kiy Institut khimicheskikh reaktivov i osobo chistykh kHmicheskikh veshchestv. DYATLOIA., N.M.; BIKHMAN, B.I. Iligh-frequency study of complexons with surface-active properties. Zhur. neorg. khim. 10 no.1:237-240 Ja 165. (MIRA 18:11) 1. Submitted Aug. 24, 1963. DYATLOVA, N.M.; TEMKINA, V.Ya.; BFLUGIN, Yu.F.; LAVROVA, O.Yu.; BERTINA, - - -T-1- L.E.; IOUTOVICH, F.D.; KALKIKOVA, H.N., HIROV, Yo.P. P Complex formation of f-hydroxyethyliminodiacetic acid with rare-earth elements. Zhur. neorg. khim. 10 no.5zll3l-1137 1,~, 165. (MIRA 18:6) Me thod afor cu, 'ic UtjLiJ'L'il,l,'-z',~, a:j wa: deposits fram power gon%iratil-j; u.-.I.I.Ls usinc complaxomi. Taploenergeti"',i J, ")5. M 11% I'ankt-Ivnv IPY~~~. LASTOVSKIY) R,P. Structure of eomplexons and thnlr complex-foming capacity. Uep, khim. 34 no,7M53-1184 JI 165. (MIRA 180) 1, Veencyumiyy nauenno-l-usledovatellakiy inatitut khimicheakim reaktivov i ooobo chiatykll kBralchaskikh vashchestv. -aS ~,~V: 3 -f complexing agents ari-l v. 34, noo. ', !?E5, 1-i cr-~I'nation compound, comr-lex, of coorlination -hemiSr-V -s Reneral CH,CC,O.ti- R-N~ CH,COGEH in aroqa~ic, ~~,r allicvclic stihs-i'--uen-, is order an;:j4 slla- j;v, ACCESSIM UR., AP50.i.8148 4 N5 so Ell ot dissociation constants of a series of complexing agents of 74rious mtals Iminodiacetalte ligands and oxygen-containing R subs tituents Indicates that i=e,3ses with incr-eased basicity -,f 11-he atom. Comparison of .:D ite n t I a I sinaiicates '~~at in-r,D,~ucl-rn groups and heter affe-- aTp ga: -. ~,rogeT_, a4~0m, and -,.e me or- more --f ~71r~~Ijps I ntl~le ligand Cli'moli HCOCH C'. * HOXH,CN / HOrK--H C \CH, C OOH -CH,COOF El UTA 14 TA --i*-,/-!- cr arflhydrox-I group is reflected in the stabiIlity --f the complexing -lpiorw~p F, T -~,r i-f-tatp grrnup ir~ the imino- Z-nm-r I substif-ition of Tr -iprents wil-h a -fle,t-pd in a 'Jecr-%-dSej .e,-A,s A cocper cc-inp-exing azc-., ~e,:ause S S sla-',~ A., ACCESS 10,14 I;R: AP5018148 'Ise c3-fuznyy nauchno-issledova,~e II sk t; ill; I ip- P, reaktivov KABACIF M.I., akade.Tik; PYATLOVA, N.M.; MIDV=D', T.Yn.; KEPY'ITISEV V V - ~j7KJI .1 . .1 RUDOMIN91 M.V. Pol~lmuclear ber7llium complex ena te ss. Dok2. AN S.--Z,711 L6-.',. ro.rj:1311- 1314 0 f 65, (MIRA 18;10) 1. Institut khimicheskikh reak*14-:ov 1 csobo c-iStv', -.~~e ski kh Veshchesw i Tnstlitut ~~,jyer ineniv AN S3SR. B.I,!~ tur, e, to r4 e t a 'y of rma cougilex r-Drmation ut d~` acid with g3one Mefa,E. 7fUl.. nec-~~g. LhIm., 10 no..--- Ja 165. A. :~ubn"tted Aug. 24. 196'1, -k j A- k X IAW-WV K ACC NR-tXT6015856 SOURCE CdDi:.-- 0/6j14/65/000/606/0005 Ijp(c) JT) AU111011: _~S ~yartp, G. L. (Candidate of technical sciences); Kristallp M. He (Candidate of technical sciences);..Dyatlova -(gngineerT ORG: none TITLE: New struct,~ral materials for chemical machine buildLin& SOURCE: Khimicheskoye i neftyanoye mashinostroyeni , no. 8, 1965# 5-8 ye TOPIC TAGS. low alloy steels corrosion resistance, titanitun, stainless steel, steel, annealing, sheet metal, corrosion rate, alloys dispersion hardening# ferritic steels austenitic steel, nartirsitio steel, titanium alloy, solid solution/O9G23 low alloy steel, 16G5 low alloy steel, St. 3 steel, OOKhl8NlO stainless steel, M181110T steel P 0Khl7Nl6M'iT steels N70M27F alloy., Khl5N55M6V alloy, Khl5N9Yu steel, Khl6N6 steels i KhIMM ~;teel, VT1-1 titanium, OT4 titanium aVoy ABSTRACT: In recent years the low- 0V steel 09GAnd 16JVhave begun to*' be used to make chemical apparatus in addition to the usual quality steels. In comparison with steel St- 3) these dteels are characterized by increased- -~strength (15-20%) and by a wide operating temperature range (-40 to +42000- An effective method of increasing corrosion resistance in nitric acid and in other corrosive media is to decrease the ca-Ebon content to 0003% or less$ .Presently, stainless steel grade-Mi18 19204ontaining up to OeO4% is being ,put into-gqqL363~41-&roduction is starting on sheet. steel grade ooKaMaO .containing leas than'0.03% 0. Studies have Indicated that the corrosion Card 1/3 .-! ~-..-.--.-.- . UDC: -'-669--Ol8-9;6-6-~CZ--0-01-,9 -L-2472-9-601, 77,77 jr ACC NR, AIP6015856 resiAince of steel containing less thazi 0-03,~ C.. ater annealing and subso-;. iquent heat at 650.C for 1 hour in fuming 63% nitric acid, is 0.23 mm/year 7" ,whereas steel HUMOt containine 0.08% 0 it is 2 mm/year. 7~7 The production of steel OKhl7Nl6I-f3LAEI580) containing less than 0-* C- ihas starbede his steel has a purej*ustenitic structure. is recommended for joining large-size-weldments when the thick- ~I noss of the weld metal is less than 5 mm, on the basis of the studies con- :ducted at Nilkh sh together with TsNIIChM- The corrosion rate of this 'alloy in hydrochloric acid in 1-37% ~0'~ncentrations at 20 and 700C and in boiling solutions containing up to 10% HG1 does not exceed 0.2 mm/year, and An the 15-21% concentration range it amounts to less than 0.5 mnVyear. In sulfuric acid the alloy is stable under the following conditions: at 20 and 1700C in the 10-83% concentration range; at 950C in the 10-30 and 50-13% con- L,centration rangesp at boiling temperature in the 10-40% concentration range :1- 1(raie of corrosion does not exceed 0.1 mm/year)o Alloy N70MZ7F is stable in- !Phosphoric acid at 77-125% concentrations and up to 140-2000C (in relation [to the acid.concentration). The Ni-Gr-140 allp I(h15N55Ml6V is sufficiently stable in sulfuric acid in" i all concentrations at 7000.and in the 10-55 and 76-93% ranges at 950C and tin boiling sulfuric acia up to 10% concentration (rate of corrosion is 0-1-0o-5'z~/Year)* In concentrations above 10% the alloy is unstable in boiling sulfuric acid, 213 ACC NR, AP6ol5856 A need for materials com bining high corrosion resistance -and strengthled to the introduction of dispersion hardened stools Khl5N9Yu) D16116o and khM29 of tho austenitic-martensitic class as well as of steels of the austenitic- ferritic class for chemical machine building* The corrosion rate of steels and'W6N6 in. 6$% fumin& nitric acid is It 6 =,Vyear and 1. 54 MV70M., Khl5N9Yu r-da p e 0 t ively ~A deficiency of austenitic-feirritic.class ateels in their tendency,,,higher :A, 'than in auatenitic ateels,to'selictive stauctural corrosion in media con- taining the chlorine ion, sulfuric acid and malsic acid. Of the various grades of titanium produced domestically technically pure titan .tl_ ond low-alloy,titanium, alloy_QZ4 are used in chemical equip- ment building. ..The corrosion resistance of titanium in a number of corrosive media can be :improved by alloying it with other elements forming solid solutions with titanium. Workers at the Institute of Physical Cheirdstry AN.USSR and NIlkhimmaahj, together Ath the State Institute or HAre MetUa-,L estamushed 'that in s~lAions -o-f- hyd-ro-chloric acid an MWy ~of titanium and 0-~% Pd has a considerably lower corrosion rate than titanium; it is stable in 30% 'Hel at room temperature,, in 10% Ha at 900CP and in 5% Ha at boiling te#eiat'Ur*e. ' Orig. art. hai5: '3-figures. - [JPRS] SUB CODE. 13p 119 20 / SUEM DATE.* none / ORIG REF,., 003 DTH REF: 001 DYATLOVA-, N.S.,aspirant. Reasons for unfavorable development of tuberculosis in patients with timely diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis. Probl. tub. 14 no.l: 3-7 Ja-F '56 (HLRA 9:5) 1. Iz Instituta tuberkuleza Akademii meditsinskikh nauk SSSR (dir. Z,LLebedava) (TUBXRCUI,OSIS, AU011ARY, diag. early, causes for unfavourable develol).) DYATLOVA, H.S. % . . e I "Prevention of tuberculosis through sanitation; for physicians and epidemiologists" by S.E.Mezlin. Reviewed by N.S.Diatlova. Probl. tub. 35 no,4:122-124 157. (MIRA 10:8) (TUBERCUIA)SIS-MEVENT ION) (HULIN, S.E.) DTATIOVAI ;~ . . I "Collective farm sanatorlag by A.M. Volokh-rianskii. B.T. Zimenkov. Reviewed by N.S. Diatlova. Probl. tub. 36 no.8:99-100 '58 (TUBMUIWIS--HOSPITAIS AND SANATORIUMS ) (MIRA 12:7) (VOLOKHVDMKII, A.M.) (ZIYMKDV, B.V.) DYATLOVA, H. S. Conference on the epidemiology and statistics of tuberculosis. Problotub. 37 no.3:110-112 '59- (MIRK 12:6) (TUBIRCULOSIS) DYATLOVA, IT.S., -~~~tlco 1 acted papers on the exchange of information on practices In antltubercu.1aus Institutions of the R.S.F.S.R." Reviewed by U.S.Diatlova. Probl.tub. 37 no.4:113-115 '59. (MIRA 12:10) (TUBERCULOSIS) RADMICH, R.A., doktor med.nauk; STEPANTAN. 2.S.,; DTATWTA, N.S.,; STUXAWYA, B*Ta., Review of "Problems in the prevention and treatment of tuberculosis," published by the Lvov Tuberculosis Institute. Probl.tub. 37 no.61 105-108 '59. (MIRA 13:2) (TUMMSIS) RADKEVICII, R.A., prof.; UVAROVA, O.A., doktor med.navik; UTKIN, V.V., kand. med.nauk; GROMOVA, L.S., DYATLOVA, U.S., Review of the book "Collection of transactions of the Republic Scientific Research Institute of Tul-9rculosis of the Ministry of Public Health of the Georgian S.S.R.; Vol.10." Probl. tub. 41 no.1008-90 163. (MIRA 1719) AGAFONOVA, V.A.; BIDUAYA, L.D.; BOCHXUMVA, I.I.; VITRS, V.G.; GROCHKOR , N.M.; DTATLOYA, O.A.; YMMOVA, Z.A* Spectrum analysis of high-malting metals; tungsten and molybdenum. Ifizeabors noo4:44-51 158, (MIRL 12:5) (Tungsten-spectra) (Molybdenum--Spectra) DYATLOVA, 0.), "Better utilization of potato planting machines." MTS 12, No 4, 1952. 1. VIATLOVA~ O.T. 2. ussR WO) h. Agricultural ~fachinery 7. New share for potato planters, S,11khozmashina no. 4, 1953. 9. Mmonthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, AMIL 1953. Unclassified. USSR/Fam AnirAls - Small Horned Cattle. 1-3 Abs Jour : Rcf Mur- Biol., No 18, 1958, 83394 Author ; Dyatlova, O.N. Inst : All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Slicap and Goat Husbandry, Title : Changes of the Chemical Composition of Urine in Fine-Flea- cad Sheep Caused by Modification of Feed Level and Fc,:d Quality. Oria Pub : Byul. nauchno-toldin. Uforn. Vsca. n.-i,, in-t ovtsovodst- va i kozovodstva, 1956 (1957), No 3 (25), 182-184. Atstract ; Aa animals were fed with alfalfa hay, corn and sudan ,J-rass silage, sunflower oil cakes, and barley waste, larger quantities of chemical substances (General nitroLpn, Ca, P, S) ware discharged in their urine on the 3rd math of preg- nancy than on the 5th month. As steppe grass and oats ware Card 1/2 ai-,c! Toxic-)logy v-6 .',.bs Jour ilef 21iur - Biol., Ni 14, lgr'3, 66357 .10 0 AUtII,)r Gul:as~-m-,, Dy-atl,--a, '2.D. OPOS"'AJ) Inst Titj.c 1(2 111--c"tt'nont. with 'klkalf)~.C,s of the !QrnLmtiIIa (R.S.) C-r i ri; Pub Tcrmovt. irkliiv, 1957, 2~) P-, 7, 5-,-63. 'Lbstract TI-,c tvL~atnniit o' pot`ents wit'n zI_-I J. .-A rc-,ult in R in blr)o-~ Uncler '-IC influelice );7 reduction ill 1)). U1, imvc jccurred durin,,, week followin.1- -;f 1. L.rec-L..iont. Optinal f regerpinc should r- 't C-.,Cr 1 i-K; per day. Reducti~.)n --'r. artorial blood pressure -.' -n3 ,L-Lautablc. An i,. pnticntsf gc!.Isc Of wc.Ll- boinC parallcled rQduc-"-j..)n .11,~,. arterial bload Ift, )m ctut!i-.)rIs rc-,mic. Card 1/1 - 21 - DYATLOVA, O.N.; BYKOV, V.V. Chemical polishing of glass. Stek. i ker. 19 no.2:19-23 F 162. (141RA 15:3) (Grinding and polishing) (Glass manufacture) -- DYATLOVA. T.-1. Materials ftr studying the fleas of the Ukraine* Nauke sap Kier un, 9 ne.6:145-149 150. (Ukraine-Fle" ) (KLM 9:10) ,,,PTATLOVA, T.I. -, C!!v- " -- - .1 Rateparavites of chirsptera in tho Ukraine. mo-3: 97 153. (Ukraine--Parasit*s--Bats) (KLRA 9:10) DYATWVA , T.R. Accuracy of soil temperature observations by the use of extractible thermometers and the EDTUK (AM-2) electric thermometers, Sbor. rab. Hook. gidromet. obser. no.1:89-102 160. (MIRA 34:11) (Soil temperature-Mbasurement) DY,ATWVA. T.R. Moisture conditions of soils under green and black fallo~s In the Mosomw area. Sbor. rab. Mosk. gidromet. obsor. no.1:6c)--7~,. 16C), (ICRA 34:11) (Moscow Province-Fallowing) (Soil moisture) V ~ i tekhn. riauk; 1.D., I)evflio(;!,,,,-,, amethod of; -,-'yvLiy.'l chicrtdr, kind.,i ol .~-ull.s. Sbor. trud. 63. 7 7 00 A so ! so or jk oft molds 199 UJI411141 am .-:,Uw -00 100 for toy" 1 sk 6, review. The rnettoxi. far fcnt of,rapid t -00 MITI accurate, 22 refermc,. C. S. go: 1150 0 =00 L A SITALLUICKAL UTCRATUNO C1.011FKATIGIC CO 0 coo .700 -00 see too t:9 tie* T or at 9 ; It '0 A U 6 Dow OT a a a t 41 * 0 0 0 $1; 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 to 0 0 0 :10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 * 0 0 0 0 41 0 0 0 111 0 0 *1* 466060 00 0 00000 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0000 6 00 4 9 DTATLOVA q vFz inzhoner; XaMNIMIT. I.H., kandid&t takhnicheekikh ~i-jdiblV, T.A., inxhaner, rodAktor; TIXHCKOV, A.Ta., tekhaj- cheskly redaktar; DOLIEZRALI, N.A., doktor tokhnicheskikh nauk, professor. laureat Gtalinsko7 promii, redaktor. ECorrosion resistant and chemically stable materials; a handbook] Korrozlonnaia i khlmlohooksia stoikost' materialov. spravochnik. Pod red. N.A. Polleshalla. [Sootavili: V.H.Zatloira, I.K.Zolot- n1takil] Mosk7a, Goo. nauchno-takhn. izd-vo mashinastroit. I sudo- stroit. lit-ry, 1954. 568 p. (HIRA 7:7) 1. Moscow. Ysesoyuznyy nauchno-issledorvatellskiy institut khimi- cheekogo mashinostroyeniyu. (Materials) (Corrosion and anticorrosives) SLOMYANSKAYA, F.B., kandidat takhnichaski" nauk; DYATLOVA, T.N.; APANASIYXV, T'k -~14DOVAR, B. I.; F.S.; YMOROV, A.P.; VITKOVSKIY, M.N MiSHIK, S ", LANGER, N.A.; PALICHUK, N.Yu., kandidat takhnichookikh nauk; FRID, Ya.L.; LEVIN, I.A., kandidat takhnichaskikh nank. Methods of testing stainlass steels for susceptibility to intergra- nular corrosion. Zav.lab.21 ne.11:1314-1340 155o (mw 9:2) 1.Vaaaayuznyy nauchne-inaled*vatellakiy i kenstruktorskir institut A, D khimichaskege mashinostroyaniya (for Slomyan ,j&tl*v&).2.Ra- sk'ay , Irev challnik TSentrallney zavedskoy laboratorii (for Af-an-&-s- -)-3-HR- challnik laboraterii eksperimentallnege zav*da khimicheskog* mashi- nestroyeniya.4.Sumakoy mashinestreitellnyy zavod imeni K.T.Fruuze (Sor Vitkovskiy, Hishin).5.Inatitut elmktreavarki imeni To.O.Patena, Akademii nauk SSSR (for Medovar, Langer).6.Moskovskoye vyssheye tekhnicheakoye uchilishche imeni N.E.Bau ana (for Pallchuk).7.Zame- stitell nachallnika TSentrallnoy zavodakoy laboratorii zavoda "Serp i Molot" (for Frid). ,-DYATLOUT-VvN-.-j-inzh.; FROLIKOVAp Ye.M.p insh. Relation between the corrosion resistance of IKUSH9T and Khl8FI,2M3T steels and the composition of the d--pbase. Trudy NIIKHIMKLcJH no-34:69-81 160. (Steel--corrosion) (MIRA U.: 1) 3/1 811163100010WOOVOW A059/A126 jUTHORS: Dyatlova, V.N., Frolikova, Ye.M., Englneor5 tinv_: Resistance to corrosion of metals and alloys in solutions oil sul- furic acid with titanium impurity PERIODICAL: Khimicheskoye mashinostroyeniye, no. 2, 1963, 32 33' TM; In the production of titanium pigments, solutions of sulfuric acid. containing titanium, iron and other metal cations are used. The working solu- tion is cooled in a vacuum crystallizer from 55 to 15'C, and supplied to the va- cuum'evaporator, where it is heated to 70*C. The rate of corrosion of different metals and their welded samples was determined in order to find materials ap- propriate to replace copper and lead in these setups. Titanium was welded in &rE!on with infusible electrodes, while the electrode 1DK -13. CB.X 18 Hil B (xZh- was used for the' manual welding of the steels X 18H12MIOT (Kh18Nl2,M) and X18H 12 M3 T and the steel X 23 H28M 3.4 3 T (1,[h23N28M3D3T) was manually welded with the electrode M15 (M15) in the Labora- toriya svarki NIIXhD!VASha (Welding Laboratory of the NIMIMNASh) under the Card 1/3 S/1 84/631/000/002/00-4/007 S Resistance to corrosion of metals and alloys in .... A059/A126 guidance of A.N. Krutikov and P.T. Dmitriyeva. Corrosion tests were performed both in laboratory and plant conditions in the solution contained in the vacuum crystallizer. Titanium BT-1 (VT-1) showed the highest resistance to corrosion both in the production of titanium dioxide pigments and in the vacuum crystal- lizer at 559C. All stainless steels and also copper and its alloys were rather resistant to corrosion in the production of titanium dioxide pigments showing surface pitting. The corrosion of the steel 1G-i23N2STM3D3T increased by a factor of rr.,ore than 10 under working conditions asoompared to the laboratory, and that of the steels Mi18N1ZN12,T nnd Kh1SN18M3T by- a factor of more than 200, being uni- form In each case. The rate Of COXT6*ion of copper increased only little with the degree of its purity. Deoxidi2ed Chile copper dissolved completely; 'the bronzes behaved in almost the same way as coppeti. The steel Hh-03N28M3D3T was highly resistant both on complete and partial submersion in the solution of the vacuum crystallizer, while YM18NIZ~3T showed pitting, and Khl&1121,12T was very s-.ronLdy corroded. Copper and bronzes were subject to strong local corrosion along the water lines on-partial immersion, while corrosion was uniform and in- tense on complete submersion. The rate of corrosion of the steel Kh23N2SM3D3T was 10fold under working conditions as compared to the laboratory, and corrosion Card 2/3 lk I. DYATLOVA,-'.Y'!'14,t', inzh.; FROLIKOVA, Ye.M.., inzh. Corrosion resistance of metals and alloys in sulfuric acid.p9lAtions . . . - vith -ti:taniufh admiiturb' . ' 'Wiia-ihinostr. no.2:32-33 ~U-Ap 163. ,(MIRA .16.4) (14atals-Corrosion) (Titanium) (Sulfuric acid) !L~Dr1,1 ~-f' L 10709-63 &iP(q)/EW(M)/BDS-,-AFFTO/ASD--JD ACCESSION NR:, AP3001648 S/0063/63/008/003/0283/0293 AUTHOR: DyatloviEk, V. N.; Kristall, K. M.; Shvarts, G. L. (Cand. of technical sciences) TITLE: Stainless.steels a materials for chemical equipment SOURCE: Vsesoyuznoye khimichaskoye ob3hahe3tvo. Zhurnal, v. 8, noo 3, 1963, 2$1-293 TOPIC TAGS: austenite-martensit( e~aixiiass steels, Khl7N7Tu, Kh15N9ru, ?W,,7N5W3. M15118M21u, corrosion resistance ;if steels ABSTFACT:~ Authors describe a new type of stairless steels -which are high-strength, age-hardenabl-, steels of the austenite-m-artensita class. Special feature of these steels is the ability of the martansite transformatie.)n to take place in them under the eft"ect of low temperatures or cold plastic now and increase in their strength during the subsequent aging process. American steels of this type, particularly those used in the aviation industry, are discussed briefly' % Soviet steels of thi3 tne which are discussed include the jK7N7Tu,~r-XhjLr1j 1 1 5~5 d --L 15N8M2Y k Chemical composition and struct ure age given in various t- las and Card 1/2 --------------- --------- L 10709-63 ACCESSION NR: AP3001648 gure*6 Article then compares the corrosion resistwice of these steels to 2Khl3 fig lKh-1 8N9T and fUaM steels. Comparative data is shv~rn in table3~ Article con- cludes by comparing the new. steels with other types of steels with respect to me- chanical propertie3., structure And corrosion resistance. Orig. art, has: 8 fig- ures and 8 table3. ASSOCIATION: hone SUB14ITTED: 00 DATE ACQ: OlJul' EICL: 00 SUB CODE: 00 NO REF SOV: 015 OTHER: 007 ,DYATILVA _!,N-,--ZARETSKIY, Ye.N., kand. tekhn. nauk, retsenzen-t; `-~RAMV, V. I.J. inzh., red. "I - ~-*' It [Corrosion resistance of metals and alloys; a handbook] Korrozionnaia. stoikost' metallov i splavov; spravochniko Izd.2., perer, i dop. Moskval Izd-vo "Mashinostroeniei" 1964. 350 P. (MIRA 17: 5) L 01806-66 j; jjp(c) A 0206 7 UR/Ojl4/65/000/008/0005/oopp Yq') ;AUTHOR: Shvarta, G. L., (Candidate of technical sciences); Kristal H, me . ~Candldaie of t sciences); Dyatlova, V. N.,_ Xn-gineer) VS) b7- Nd ng :TITLE: New structural material for chemical machine u 1 14 .: SOURCE: Kh1micheskoye i neftyanoye mashinostroyeniye, no. 8, 1965,5-8 TOPIC TAGS: structure material, chemical equipment material, steel, ;corrosion resistant steel,alloy, corrosion resistant alloy/ ~OOMM10 steel, OK17Nl6H3T steel, Khl5N9Yu steel, Khl6Nb steel, Khl7N5M3 steel !ABSTRACT.* In connection with increasing demands of th chemical 'industry* several'new materials have b n suggestet i If r use in chem- ~Ical equipment. Low-carbon 18-8-type eel OM18H10,K0.04% max ;carbon) has been added to GOST 5632-6lKt OOOKhl8NlO(gteel x 'O_' M carbon) has b ade availablre in sheet and plate - rm. The att:r steel is mucRnorre corrosionfur ~1_iktatjt than standard KhlMlOT~~ateel !and its weldsX re not suscep.04 Ao.knife-line attack. Fo I parts ioperating in nitric acid and urea the fully austenitte af*pp,~EI580 kwith 0.06Z max carbon-in recommended. For service i Card L ol8o6-66 ,ACCESSION NR: AP5020697 W hydrochloric acidjolutions with ow or medium c itcentration, the news 0 nickel-molybdenum,711loys 1470H27AIand Khl5H55t1l6V(1Ave been developed. !Welds of Khl5N55Hl6V alloy are susceptible to knife-line attack, ,but an attempt has beeRimade to elimi ate this susceptibiliyy b decreasing the silicon-contents The7urectnit-j(itofi-liarcienavte iaus tenic-mar tens i tic eels Khl5119QV__Khl6N d Khl7H5H3V w ch ith a satisfactory corrosion resist oce, have combine high s !been used under conditions where no other stainless steels~could be used, Titanium has been extensively used in numerous applicationsi especibily wh e chlorine is i~6olved. Certain economic advantages are offered the use oftcladlIketals, sucVhas carbon steels clad fNwith Kh18NIOT Khl7Nl3H2TF and MN28HMT.VAteel, or with nickel, T6ppe~, or silver.11The clad steels have Ehe same resistance to inter- ,granular co-rr-o-Taf-ah As solid stainless steels, and their resistance to, fstress corrosion is even higher. To have a satisfactory corrosion resi3tance the metal and its welded joints should contain not more than 0.03% carbon* Orig, art* hass 3 figures. (HDJ iASSOCIATIM none Card 2 /3. 17 PUASE I BOOK ZxPlaruTION SOV/5488 Moscow Vassoyuznyy n&uchno-1a3ledovatftl'Gkiy I konstruktorbk1Y Insi itut khimichaskogo mashInostroyanlya. Xateriaay v khImieneskoz cashinoatroyenil (Materiels In Chemical Machine Baldl") Moscow, Informat5ionno-lzdatel'skly otdal, 1960. 143 P. (Series; Its* Trudy, vyp. 34) 3,000 copies printed. Sponsoring Agency: Goaudarstvannyy kcaltat Soveta Rinistrov SSSR po avtomatizatail. I mazhinoatroyoniyu and Vs*3oyu:-,nyy nauchno- lasiodovatellakly I konstruktorskly Instittit Ichimicheakogo mashino3troyan1ja NIlKhD'.Wh. Id. (Title page): V. K. Fedorov, Candidate of Technical Sciences; Editorial Council: Chairman: V. B. Vlkolayev; Deputy Chair== Yu. X. Vinogradov, Candidate of Technical Sciences; B. N. Borlsoglobakly, A. N. Gancharov, Yu. 0. Popandopulo, 1. H. Y-k-lov, Candidate of Technical Sclances and 0. 14. Yusova, Ed T h 1 ac .z . Glakhov; . Candidate of Technical Sciences, Ed.: V. P. L. Vsh1vtsev. PMLPM i This collection of articles Is Intended for technical personnel In chemical machine building and other branches of the machine and Instrument industry. COVEIAMs The collection deals with the results of in'Vestigations an the mechanical, corrosive. and engineering qu&litles or certain &,Uoys. Also discussed &" heat- treat--ent rogirAs, the phase composition of stainless steel*, methods of checking products, and now dmalgna of apparatus used In checking. Rafaranca3 as- company each article. TAB= OF CONTENTS: OavrUov, V. X. tEngineer), and V. K. Fedorov (Candidate of Tech- n1cal 3clandeal. Crystallizatlon of Alloys In the Elastic-Vlbratlon Field 11askyIn X. 1. (Engineer]. Metal Which Vill Resist Corrosion In Molten Metal Containing Zinc 12 ShAVIrO, X. B. Mglnaarj, and V _14- Kakarov rEngIneerl. Iduction 0v = Hardening of Small-Module Pinions of ~' ee Reducers 26 Chernykh, X P [Engineer, Trkutakly fillal NUM32,LMASH. ' _ _' = W UEW2 nc bF, O 7i& r Nann4AASH]. raventigation of the Effect of Rydrogen on the Endurance of Certain Steels [Engineers V. D. Molchanova and X. 1. Mir took part 1-1 the Investigation) 33 P (Candldate of Tecl=cal Sciences I, and 0. U. hens-4-y-a A ;, ~a ova tzn= r). Effect of Heat Treatment on the rh~o S m as oi InI8119T and Kh18111:21t3T Steels (V. N. Dayatlova, P. T. Dmitriyov. B. H. Shavalkin, A. M. Shabanova, Z. K. Ogurtnovs. and L. T6.. 14banova took part In the Lnvaa tigation) 50 " D101a V N tZnginearl and Ye: M. Prolikova (Enginearl. Do- . ; Corrosion and Khl8Nl2H3T HEY~N t'. ' tool a-Phase Content 3havolkin, B. X. (Candidate of TachnIcal Solono.ol. Effect or V&rfQ_u_A_4_-7fi_b4T Contents In UM18.V9T Steel and a. and cr-Phase Card 3/5 ,4qn0vq, V.-P DYATLOVA$ V. P. "Development of a Method for Preparing Water-Stable Bonds for the Manufacture of Sand-Silicate Filter Elements." Cand Tech Sci, Moscow Chemicotechnological Inst, Moscow, 1954. (RZhKhim, No 22, Nov 54) Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR Higher Educational Institutions (11) SO: Sum. No-521, 2 Jun 55 USSOG~he r-nistr-y - P- h-*ys-lC-a:!,*l Card I /I Put). 147 - 1/25 Authnrs 1 ',l(atve.Vev, M. A. , and Dyatlova, V. P. T'- t Le r mod vna Ynic study of the di s so (--.ati or. !~i and, ti; Solut'--r. -,n sLlicate Pp. riod" cal. 7 Iv-! r, t-7. khim. 28 /10, 1713 -1719. Oct lq5-I iafion uf-Na?SiF~ s j: '400 and 'he parai--e-, L r~! a i .-t, a a i 7 'ZI drawing. D, 1, Mendeleyw., Chernical a! :t~, N I S-abrnittpd July 7, 1953 rnecuatilcally strang filtering and facing prmOurts are ob- "' ' ;hIC-h t3 mixw wlyn taftied frcm a mixt of sa".~znd pg 11-11a silicate, pn-sed, ii~,.d d To th(! mixt. is addrd 2-2.570 AM to promote aluminc*jlicat, N-m-dir-9 The dcgree rf paruiily ;.S mrtri-11c-d bv grain ---zt of the grnj; and ~,.d RACHKOV, N.F.v kand. tekhn. naukj DYATLOVA, V.P,, kand. tekhn, naukj GHMNKCVAO G.M., inzh. Surface finishing of asbestos-cement slabs with ai3icate paints. Trudy NIIAnbeetteementa no.8tl68-372 158. (MIRA 16:8) AUTHORS: Matveyev, M.A. and Dyatlova, V.P. SOV/80-591-1-6/4,- TITLE: Production of 7"ater-Resistant Sand-Silicate'Filterin7 Items (Polucheniye vodostoy!,ikh poscnano-sili1ratnykh fil"U_--;yu- shchikh izdeli,,) P ER !0 B! C U; Zhurnal prikladnoy khiriii, 1~,59, "ir 1, -PI, 50-54 (US") 1""') "L, till CT: "'and-silicate filteri-q,- items, ouch as plates, pipes, etc. are widely used in various branches of national econor.,y. However, they possess an e-.~!,-ential dra-:;back of beir,,T poc-r- ly -:aiter-resistant. The adhcsive of these items, con- sistin,-, of alkaline silicatp:; ,7-",, add4tion of silicon fluoride or sodium fluoride, dissolves ~urirg a contact with water and the itemis are destroyed. In order to over- come this deficiency the authors proposed a ne,.,. metho(i cf producinF. a water-resistant %dheo-Lve by means of addinj to sodium silicate of aluniinum fluoride which substitutes both sodium fluoride and alumina at the same time. I.7ith addition of 20~' A12 the solubiliV of the silicate ac3- hesive attains a minimum, and its .vater-resistance rises i.-,ore than 2C-~ tiLIC.I. As the !U_-.(;uit of a]hesize aith _-- spect to the filler doos not it is recov.-.en.l to add AlF- to oandoilicate filtero in a quantity of 2 to 2.5'. of thOl aei.jht o."' tho uli%-~, i:,ixt-uro of co!zj~onents in o r d, -3 -r '. c. o b 11 a i r, t er:~,; i s tti I t e r s . T h e i r -,- i G&rd 112 - ties have been re:;ults of structural so v I of er-ru - ;.,,-,d sc-vje~ r i r; 12 2 1 RACHKOV, N.F.,kand.takhn.nauk; DUTLOVA, V.P.,kand.takhn.nauk Possibilities for producing roofing and facing tiles using sand and soluble glass. Stroi.mat. 5 no.2:34-35 1? '59. (MIRL 12:2) (Tiles) (Sand) (Soluble glass) DYATLOVA, V.P., kand.tekhn.nauk; P)MANSKAYA, M.P., inzh. Adhesive compounds for finishing materials made of plastic. -'troi. mat. 7 no-9:32-33 S 161. (MIRA 14:11) (Adhesives) (Plastics) FAEYEVA, V.S.; DYATLOVA, V.P.; DIMOVA, N.A.; YANTIKOVA, M.P. Rapid method of determining the consistency of adhesive cements for floora. Sbor. trud. M-IIINSM no.4:105-113 161. (MIRA 15:2) .(Cementep Adhesive-Testing) .7 S/ 812"61/000/005/001---1005 lova, AUTHORS: Dyatl V4 FBI Candidate of Technical Sciainces, Gryzlova, P. 's-iblyar, m M.) Engineers, Akishina, R.I.,:ZiPbershteyn, K.Ya q*1 Technicians. TITLE: Application of indene-coumarone resins in adhesive compounds f0 4-1 polymer surface coverings. SOURCE: Akademiya stroitellstva i axlxhitektury SSSR. Institut novyl~h stioitelInyl-ch materialov. S,b.ornik trudov, , nQ.5.,- 1961. Novyye stroitellnyye polimernyye materially. pp. 75'-Bl. I TEXT: The paper describes exnerimental work which established the effeciive- ness o--' -indene-coumarone- resin- (ICR)-based mastics (M) of various ~types. Uilmodi- fied resins yield stiff M suitable for the attachi-nent of polystyrene (PS) facing- panels; the strength of the mastic depends on the type of resin employed. ICR- based -M modified with chloroprene rubber become elastic and suitable for the'glu- ing of no lyvinylchlo ride (PVC) articles. The ICR polym ars under discussion are obtained frorn the heavy fraction of heavy benzol derived from hard coal. Various !CR's, havina differing softening T. and color, are obtained, depending on raw material, polyrnerization, and catalyzer. The All-Union Standard GOST 9263-59 Card 1/4 Application of indene -coum-aroneresins sY8i2./6i/boo/005/004/005..__.1 provides for 6lettered (A through Ye~ types graded by softening T and 5 numbered (Roman numerals) "marks" graded by color. Both characteristics are governed by the molecular weight and the composition, which affect their chemical and physico-rnechanical properties also (chemical stabil4ty, water- resistance, work- ability, adhesive and dielectric properties). High- 7 light-colored ICR are les s solublo, stronger in comprcssion, harder, and more brittle. Dark ICR are soluble in white spirit and are more elastic but rnechanically less strong. Antecedent uses of ICR- and ICR mastics are summarized. In 1958-1960 the Institute of New Build- ina M a-terials 'undertook a project for the d6elop1ment of ICR mastic in "pure" and modified form for the attachmentlof polymer surface coverings. Mastics for polystyrene panels: These M are based on the rinciple of I'like ~T_icks tolike." FS and ICR are chemically similar, their mongmers are homologs, both are non- polar and have several solvents -in common. The following M was developed for adhesion of FS panels- to a carnont-sand underflooring (in parts of weight): IGR 1. petrolcurn solvent 0.6, dibutylphtha late 0.4, pulverized lime 5. The !CR is dissolved *n the petroleum with addition of the plastifier; the liquid IM components are then mixed with the lime filler. Tests show that M 'which maintain adhesion strength (0.5 kry/cM2 in spalling tension!) without loss due to humidity and high T can be made :from ICR having an elevated softening T.1 The hardness of the adhesive layer when dry does not affect its, adhesiveness unfavorably. Card 214 Application of indene-coumarone resins S184/61/0001005 60 OW Mastics for PVC linoleum and 'tiles without backing: The Listitut La eyperirOnted with IGR s modi ied by a relatively. small quantity of chlorbprene rubber ( a n and special rolling procedures for: the mix -ture of ICR, rubber, and kaolin. %p essence of the mechanical treatment appears to be the dps.truction of the pot' er chains and the formation of free radicals which afford now, previously nwn ,e x. i's t i n properties, such as adhesiveness relati,,e 'to polar nnaterials and elasticity. 4~th of which are essentialin the gluing of PVC materials. The proposed M conpainS (in weight percent): ICR ZO, neoprene 5 solvent (ethylacetate: gasoline,- 2:tj, 30, plastifier 5, filler 40. The ICR and the kaolin are mixod with neoprene r4lS, whereupon the mass obtained is dis olved in a mixture af the volatile organic solvents and the plastifier..-- The-shear strength- of the IM obtained was bound depend strongly on the type of ICR used with a given rubber content. M Nvith'~l high-T ICR, for example, affords achievement of a she'ar strength of 5 kg/crrv after only 22-11 hrs setting time. Tricresylphosphate and dibutylphthal;_~tc were Ihe most effective plastifiers (comparison tabulated'. The indispen s ability of thd Use of volatile organic solvents (e. g., ethylacetatc and gasoline) to improve the setting of the adhesive is explained.' An increase in neoprene content reduces the shear Strength. A test batch of coumarone-rubber M was produced by the Mytishchi Xombinat of Synthe'tic Building Materials and Products and was tested on building t of Glavrn sstroy. (at Khoroshevo-Mnevniki, the House-building Ko binat. projec s 0 m Card 3/4 Ye.M.; DYATLOVA, V.P.; POMAIISKAYAJ M.P.; GRABYLINIKOVAy K.A. VAYNER, Production of rubber linoleum and a mastic for gluing it down. Stroi.mat. 8 no*7:26-27 JI 162. (MIRA 15:8) (Linoleum) (Glue) DYATLOVA, V.P.; POMANSKAYA, M.P.; AKISHINA, R.I. Devices for determining adhesive strength. Zav.lab. 29 no.11:1375 163. (MIRA 16t12) DYATLOVA 1, pd. teldin. ilauk; AFCjk4it.', V.B., inzh. KN-2 coumarone-rubber mastic. Stroi. vit. 11 no.7:27 Jl 165. (MIPA 18:8) K&TVMV. H.A.; DYATLOV, V.P. - Production of water-resistant sand-silicate filters. Zhur. prikl.khim- 32 no-1:50-54' Ja '59. (MIRA 12:4) (Filters and filtration)