SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT FADIN, V.P. - FAFF, JERZY

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t 39399-65 EPR/_T-rjT(ix) /54P(b) /T/SWA (d)/7-,4? M /MVP W'Ps-4 tS ACCESSION NR,. AT4046214 S/0000/63/000/000/0032/0039 AUTHOR: Panin,-V. 'Yes; Zenkova, E. K.; Sol6vsyev, L. A.; Fadin. V. P + TITLE: High-temperature anomalies of the prooortles of Cu-Al alloys in the solid solution region 17 17 SOURCE: Yubileynaya konferentstya po firiko-khtmicheskomu analizu. Novosibirsk, 1960. Fiziko-khtmictieskly analiz (Physicochemical ainalysis); trudy konferentsil. Novosibirsk, Izd-vo Sib. otd. AN SS:LRj_k963_j,_32-3.9 TOPIC TAGS: solid solution, solid solution transition, activation energy, vacanc Y; mobility, copper alloy, aluminum alloy, high temperature anowly, alloy physical propertyKalloy crystal,structure __~;~_CA Earlier studies showed (see, e.got C, R. Hounks, B. L. Auerbsch, J6 Appl. Physo, v. 30, no. 10, 1959 .9. 1525; V. S, Kagan, V. A, Somenkov, Ye. S. Umanskiy, Kristallografiya, v. 5, no. 4, 1960) that solid Cu-Al solutions may undergo high temperature transitions accompanied by thermal effects and anomalous variations in heat capacity, electrical resistivity, and mechanical properties of the alloy. The present study investigated these anomalies in detail for solid Card 1/2 L 39399-65 ACCESSION NR: AT4046214 Cu-Al solutions'of varying eon6entratton. Special attention was paid to solutions. near the solubility limit-because of the possible abrupt changes in the concentra-. tion limits. Tests using very pure (ftom 99.95% pure C)a and 99.99% pure At) and technically pure alloys heated up to BOOC showed ~10 1) the anomalous changes at increased temperatures in the properties of solid Cu-Al solutions are caused neither by impurities nor by changes In the limits of solubility of At in Cu; they are rather connected with the ordering processes within the alloy; 2) in alloys close to the solubility limit the ordering process way be supplemented by another process connected with the changes in the solubility limit for T/'400c; 3) the kinetics of the ordering processes within the Cu-Al alloys depend, however# very much on the purity of the alloy; an increase in purity shifts the ordering process in-to the lower temperature region. The associated decrease in activation energy is probably related to the increased mobility of the excess tLirdening vacancies which, otherwisel become bound by the impurity atoms. Oria. art. has: 3 figures and 1 table, ASSOCLATION: None SUMITTED* lOSep63 ENCL: 00 SUB OODE, W NO REF SOV: 007 OTHER: 010 Card 2/2/~ S/185/63/008/002/003/012 D234/D308 AUTHORS: Panin, V. Ye.f Fadin,,V. P. and Dudarev, Yee Fe TITLE: Effect:of hardening temperature on the ordering prooee~ aea in solid solutions of 0u-Al k&RIODICAL: Ukrayinalkyy fizyohnyy zhurnalt v. 8, no. 2, 1963, 1951-200 TEXT: The authors investigated the alloy Cu + 14.3 at.% Al har- dened at T = 3200t 6000 and 90000. The electric resistance P was h .,;chosen as the characteristic of state, and its temperature varia- ;tion is considered. The'ordering processes during tempering.-are ;very slow for T. 32001but very intense for Th = 6000C. Values for ,the activation energy of the ordering process are given for the :above values of T h and for T h = 400009 and i.t is found that the 0 ,activation energy is independent of T h for T h = 400 - 900 but,iA- 0 icreases sharply for T 320 0. There are 3 figures and I tables 1,Pqrd - ---- -- B/185/63/008/002/0001i D234/D308 Panin, V. Ye. and Fadins V. P. ~TITLE: Effect of parity of the alloy on the character of or- dering in solid solutions of Cu-Al pl~ IODICAM Ukrayinslkyy fizychnyy zhurnal, v. 8, no. 2, 1963, 201-206 .:TBXT: The alloys investigated were: 1) Cu + 14.3 at.% Al of high ~purity, 2) Cu + 14.9 at.% Al with 0.025 and 0.07 weight% P. The de- ,pendence of the electrical conductivity p on the hardening tempera- Iture ThO Ithe temperature variation of p and of 0 p are considered. .The activation energies B of the ordering process are given. Con- .clusions: the temperature interval of the ordering is displaced towards higher-temperatures with increasing concentration of P; E .increases at the same time. B is independent of Th when the latter ;ia between 4000 or 50000 and 90000. Atomic mobility in Cu-AI alloys !can be sharply dQcreased by adding.small quantities of P. There. Card 1 '_~_"085/63/008/002/005/01 D234/D308 AUTHORS: Panin, V. Ye., Y-adin, 09 Bushnev, Le 5, and Minayeva, G. Go ~!.'TITLEs Imperfect long-range order in solid solutions Cu-Al PERIODICAL: Ukrayinelkyy fizychnyy zhurnalf v. 8, no* 2# 19631 206-210 TEXT: The authors calculate the theoretical isotherms of the va- .riation of short-range parameter crduring tempering of the harden- alloy Ou + 14.3 at.% Al. Experimental curves, obtained from the tempering isotherms of electrical conductivity, are compared with theoretical curves Temperatures of hardening were 3200 and ~.that of tempering 6000 c i309C. There is considerable disagreement between '~theory and experimental results for 600009 which is attributed to the epstence of impe feet long-range order. Thin foils (1000 - 10 er ;2000 A thick) of the 1 y W e investigated with an electron 30 M17. ''croseope, and paired iislocations, with distances of 150 0 in a..pair,,wsLa observid. These are typical for alloys with long- Card 1/2_' B/185/63/008/002/005/012 ;Imperfect long-range D234/D308 Jrange order. There are 2 figures. Sibirskiy fiziko-tekhnicheekiy institut (Siberian Physicotechnical Institute), Tomsk FADINj FANIP,, V.Ye.; DUBAREV, Ye.F. Nature of ordering in Cu-Al solid solutions. Ukr. fiz. zhur. 8 no 2: 210-216 F 163. (MIRA 16.21 1. Sibirokiy fiziko-tekhaicheokiy institut, 90 Tomsk. (Coppet-aluminum alloys) S/126/63/015/002/017/033 ALTHORS: Panin, V.Ye., Fadin, V.P., Redllcin, V.P. and 1,gonatyuk, V.4r. TITLE: The temporaturo-dopendonce of short-ranro order in solid Cu-Al solutions PERIODICAL: riziRa metallov i metallovocloniye, v. 15, no. 2, 1963, z64 - 268 TMM The object of the present invostigation was to evaluate the contribution of the variation in ishort-ran.r.*c or(;or to the variation in properties of Cu-Al alloys during hoat-treat;nent. Using the theoretical concepts of %idin and Shtremell (nz:, 1961, 11, no. 5), Le Clairo and Loner (Acta met., 19511, 2, 11) and the experimental data. due to Houska and Averbach (J. Appl. Phys., 1959, 30, no. 10) on the equilibrium probability p,".. of a Zivc-n bond of an atom A being, satisfied by an atom 13 , the prez;ent authors calculated the values of p,, and the parameter of the short-ran.Se order 4cr for 'the 14-3 at.OP' Al-Cu alloy at 0 - 1 000 0C. The results indicated that a considerable degree of short-range order Card 1/3 s/126/63/ol5/002/017/035 The tomperaturo-dopendenco E193/2383 't-,ras retained in the alloy studied even at. temperatures approaching' its melting point. The values of cr obtained uere used to ostii-ziate the variation in electrical resistivity due to the gradual destruction of short-range order on hoatin5; it was shown that the resistivity of the alloy should gradually increase with increasing temperature. The tenporature-dopendence of p., was'. used to determine the tomporaturo-dopendence of '-he energy required to destroy the short-range ordor~. Finally, the heat effect associated with disordering uras experimentally determined by studying the tmperature-depand one o of the specific heat of th 'e 17.5 at.% Al-Cu alloy. The results obtained for this alloy are reproduced in Fig. 3, showing the temperature-dependence of the short-raligo order parameter (o- , righthand scale, curve 1), the energy requ ired to destroy the short-range order (e~N L, ctl/m:)le, lefthand scale, curve 2) and the heat effect due to disordering (aQ, cal/nole, lefthand scale, curve 3). The fact that curves 2 and 3 in Fig. 3 did'not coincide at high temperatures was taILCen to indicate that transformations in the solid Cu-Al solution trcre Card 2/3 S/126/63/015/GO2/017/033 The temporaturo-depondonce r.193/1-:383 associat '4id not only with changes in the degree of short-range order but with other phenomena. There are 3 figures and l.table. ASSOCIATION: Sibirslciy fizilco-t-cichnichaskiy institut (Siberian Physicotechnical Institute) SUBMITT ID: july,io, 1962. Fir, 3: "6 018 gj: ? 9 owl Z 06 10i 600. & 0 Ic Card 3/3 FADIN, V.P., PANINg V.Ye. Kinetics of near order.changes In copper--aliminiun solid solutions. Fiz. met. I. metalloved. 17 no.2r192-196 F 164. (MIRA 171t2) 1. Sibirskly fizI,ko-tekhnichesk%- !.nstitut. PANIN, V.Ye.; FADIN, V.P. chart -range order oontribution Cu - Al solid solutions due to zav.; fiz. 8 no.23119-124 165. to the change in the properties of thermal treatment. Izv. vys. ucheb. (MIRA 180) 1. Sibirskiy fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut iment Kuzret8ova. FADIN, V.P.; PANIN, V.Ye. Concentration dependence of the ordering energy in Cu - Zn solid solu- tions. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; fiz, 8 no.2al77-179 165. (MIRA 180) 1. Sibirskiy fiaiko~-teMi%khaskiyInstitut Imeni Kuznetsova. L 46327-65 EWT(m)/T/EWA(m)-2 ACCESSION M: AP5009215 S/OOL)0/65/161/(M/0074/00 if AUTHOR: Bayer, V. No ~Iadln V. 11. TITLE: Polarization effects In the production of particles In colliding bean ex-I perimento SOURCE: AN SSSR. Doklady,,,.Y. i6is no. 1,, 1965v 74-77 TOPXC TAGS: colliding beam experiment# electron polarization, electron positron i annihilation, pair production ABSTRACT- To estimate the Influence of electron polarization on the fundamental two-particle processes occurring dving annihilation of an electron-positron pair, the ~uihors calculated the cross sections for the production of pairs of pions, muons, nucleons, and vectons by polarized electrons and positrons. The polarlza~ tion is produced when the electrons move in a magnetic field and radiate. The calculations show that polarization of the initial electrons and poeitrone causes the cross sections of two-particle annihilation to be appreciably deformed com- pared with the cross sections of the process for nonpolarized particles. Such de- formation must be taken into account in experiments with colliding beams. On the LCard 1/2 L 22136-66 EWT (1) ACC 11R.- Ar6oo4934 SOURCE CODE: uR/Oo56/66/O50/oOj/Ol56/O168 Khozep V. A. AUTHOR: Bayer, V. No; J!Sn 6 ORG: Novosibirsk State University (Navosibirskiy gosudarstvenny universitet) TITLE: Electromag ic.particle pair production SOURCE: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fizikij v. 50, no. 1p 19"p 156-168 TOPIC TAGS: pair productionp particle collision,, photon emission, fermion,, col- lision cross section, electromgnetic interaction, nuclear spin, charged particlep dbifferential cross section, integral cross sectionp quantum electrodynamicB remsstrahlung ABSTRACT% This is a continuation of a series of e4Lrlier papers (ZhETF Y. 48, 1708j, 1965 and elsewhere) dealing with bremsstrahlung occurring upon collision of two charged particles, and the emission of a photon following two-particle anni- hilation of a pair of particles. The method used in these investigations con- sisted of integrating individual parts ok the diagrams and using the properties of relativistic, gaugej and aharge invariance. In the present article this method is used to calculate the cross sections for electromgnetic pair production under the simplifying assumption that all the charged particles are distinguishable* Card 112 L 22136-66 ACC BR: AP6004934 The cross sections for the 'creation of pairs offermions vith spin 1/2 or Of scalar particles upon collision of a photon vith a charged particle are calcu- lated. Exact expressions are dbtained for the differential cross sections in terms of the invariant mass of the pair of charged particles. The obtained cross sections are discussed from the point of view of the study of the form factors of the particles and the check on the validity of quantum electrodynamics at small distances. This is followed by an analysis of the annihilation of a pair of particles into two'pairs of charged particles. The exact value of the differen- I tial, cross section is obtained in terms of the invariant masses of the produced i pairs, and the properties of these cross sections are discussed. Approximate ex- pressions are also obtained for the integral cross section. 7he calculation takes: into account the recoil and the contribitcion of the dispersionj and the Compton tensor of the fourth rank is integrated over the final states of the fermion pairo j Orig. art. has: 4 figures and 3 formulas. SUB CODE: 2o/ sum DATst o9ja65/ oRm Rm oo8/ oTR mw: ook lCard 2/2~ o3o-66 01 L 5o ACC NRt AF602oJ15 SOURCE. COD91 UR7036-7166160100PIO ~'710)1 AUV1611: -Bayer, V. 11.ij'adin, Vo S-1 Khoze, V, A# ORGt flovosibirsk -Alite University (Novosibirokiy gomAarstvemw wdvorsitat) TITIL31' Elastic ft"I Inolastic forykfactors in the crone-sootions of electromagmt1o processes SOURCEt Yadernaya fizika, ve 3, no* 2, 1966g 327-331 TOPIC TAGSi photon, elastic scattering, inelastic ficatterim. particle annihilation,, particle crons Dootion, electromagnetic interaction ABSTRAM General formulae for the cross-sections of tj&qtj2_jcatterInr and the two-, and throe-particlo annihilation of a pair of arbitrary particles are dorivod In a one-photon approximation, The creation of a pair of particles in interactions of V photons with oharrad particles and In the Inelast16 elogtrovarnetic annihilation or a pair is qonpide od Origs art, hAst 3 figures and 26 fornulAse( Diftsed on authors' En * abst. i 9 J L SUB CODEt 20 / SUBM DATE, 23Jun65 / MIG REF1 004 / Unt REFt 005 Card ACC NRs AXW20217 SOURCE CODE: UPv/0056/66/050/006/1611/16-b 76 AUTHOR: Bayer, V. N.; Fadinj V. S.; Khoze) Vo A ORG: Novosibirsk State University (Novosibirskiy gosudarstvenny universitet) TITLEs Emission of two photons in a specified angle during electron collisions SOURCE: Zh eksper i teor fiz, v. 50, no. 6, 1966, 1611-1616 TOPIC TAGS: photon emission, electron collision, radiation detector, scattering crosi section ABSTRACT: This is a continuation of earlier work by one of the authors (Bayer, with V. M. Gal-itskiy, ZhETF Pislma v. 21 259, 1965 and earlier) dealing with the emission of two photons of arbitrary energy as a result of electron collisions. In view of th, great interest that attaches to this process in connection with colliding-beam experi. ments, and in view of the fact that earlier calculations were based on the assumption that the angular dimensions of the photon detectors greatly exceed the characteristic emission angle, the authors calculate Im this article the cross section for the emis- sion of two photons into a specified angle, which is shown to be only a fraction of the cross section of the radiation integrated over all the angles. The final expres- sion, obtained by a combination of analytic and computer techniques, is in the form of a polynomial in the powers of the frequencies of the two photons. The numerical values of the coefficients of the powers of the frequencies are obtained in the case when the detector dimensions are of the order of magnitude of the characteristic 2 L 41742-66 Atc'NR, Ap6620217 emission angle. An analytic expression for the cross section is obtained when the detector dimensions-are much larger than the characteristic angle. The results of this analytic expression agree well with the numerical calculations. The authors thank A. P. Onuchin for a discussion of questions connected with the experiment, and G. I. Rusova.and E. Z. Borovskaya for help with the numerJ-,al caiL-,~Iations. Orig. art. hase 1 figure, 14 formulas, and 2 tables. SUB CODE: SU13M DATE: loian66/ oRiG REF: oo3/ ov REF: ool Card 2/2 'ACC NRI AP6036055 SOURCE CODE: UR/0056/66/051/004/1135/1142 AUTHOR: Ba;er, V. N.; Fadin, V. S y. Khoze, V. A. ORG: Novosibirsk State University (Novosibirskty gosudarstvennyy universitet) TITLE: Bremistrahlung in high energy electron pollisions SOURCE: Zhu nal ekspertmentallnoy i teoreticheskoy ftziki, v. 51, no. 4, 1966, 1135-1142 TOPIC TAGS: ibr emsstrah lung. electron collision, photon emission, center of mass, - -- .F mass system-1 I I '~o n AC~TS n ABSTRACT: S ngle bremsstrahlung in high electron collisions is considered. The angular di 'tribution and spectrum of the emitted photons in the center of mass system aTd the laboratory system are calculated. Radiation due to the inciJ dent particle and recoil particle is considered in the 1. s. case. The classical current and Weizaacker-Williams methods are analyzed and it is shown that the latter method is not valid for calculating the spectrum of photons emitted by recoil Card 1 / 2 CNRI AP603-6-05~ particles if 61 > n/2 The authors are very grateful to V. M. Galitskiy and Ye. M. Lif4hits for discussions. Orig. art. has: 3 figures and 28 formulas.I (Authors' abstrdet] SUB CODE: 20)SUBM DATE: 09Apr66/ORIG REF: 005/OTH REF: 005/ 2 YADIN, V., Inxhener; IFADIN, Yo., inzhoner. Automatic control. Tekh.sol.24 no.6:16-18 Ja '56. (MLRA 9:9) (Automatic control) FADN, Ye.A., (Leningrad) Riddle of the "red displacement." Nauka i zhizn' 22 no.10:43-45 (Spoetrum analysis) (MMIA 9:1) SOV/86-58-8-2/37 AUTHOR: Rayevskiy, P.D., Lt Col, and Fadin, Ye.S., Capt TITLE: Party Organization Fights for High Standards in Train- ing (Partiynaya organizatsiya v bor'be za vysokoye kachestvo ucheby) PERIODICAL: Vestnik vozdushnogo flota, 1958, Nr 8, pp 9-14 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The authors describe the role played by party organiza- tions in the training of personnel in general, and of flying pklrsonnel in particular. They are members of an outstanding bomber unit, which has had no aircraft accidents during the last 10 years. Card 1/1 FADINA, G. lxhbition hall for Soviet goods in Accra. Tnesh. torg. 30 no-12: 25 160. 1- (MIRA 13:12) (Accra-ExhibitionaY .1. FADINA, G. Republic of Ghana, Vnesh.torg. 41 no.5i27-31 161. (MIRA 14:4) (ahana-1conomic conditiona) (Ghana--Comerce) FADINA G* Commerce with Ghana is on the upsurge. Vnesh. torg. 42 no.lOi8-3-1 162. kMMA 15:10) (Ras sia-Commorce--Ghana) (Ghana-r-Commorce-Rassia) KOVALEV, N.G.; ZMEYEV, A.A.; LUKIN, Ye.I.; FADINA G.L; KATIN, V.K.; SYSHCHIKOV, Yu.T.; VLASOV, A.V*.-, KARPOV, I.N.; ASTAKHOV, A.S.; DARONYAN, M., red.; MOSKVINA, R., tekhn. red. [Africa in figures; a statistical manual] Afrika v tsif- rakh; st;itisticheskil spravochnik. Moskva, Sotsekgiz, 1963. 566 p. (MIRA 16:11) (Africa--StatisticB) KIEdIfY 1.11.; 1j-,YK('1VSrrY, K.K.; FIGUZOV, Yu.V.; FADI 111 At, L . Ve investipaLlng the isothermal decomposItion off auo,*.~n-L-- by the internal Prict-Im mothcd. FIz. mat. i metalleved. 1-8 nc.2:316- 317 Ag 164. (MIRk 18:8) 1. Mnskcvakly In5tltuL I olpl'avov. VAYIISIITEYN, Ya.l., inzh.; iADIM, N.M., inzh. Adjustment of slit-type gas burners. Teploonargetika 8 no."': i-l..42 mr . 161. (MIIUI 14:91, 1. Energonaludka. (G&s burners) VAYNSHTEYN, Ya.I.; inzh.1 FADINA, N.M., inzh. Indrease in the evaporative capacity of' Loilers. Energetik 10 no.4313-16 Ap 162. (MIRA 15:4) (Boilers) FAD= A. I PROKHOROVA) A-.A. and RMIKOV) N. P. "Honey inspection and determination of its quality." Veterinariya, Vol. 37, No- 5, 196o, p. 82 A CaT v a - ar--t4d - S,--t ZAKHAROVf V.I.; NOVIKOVA, N.R.; PERFILOV, N~,A.; FADIN-Aj_ Ye.V. Properties of fine-frain nuclear emulsions dependent on the pAg and the temperature of emulsification and first ripening. Zhur. nauch. i prikl. fot. i kin. 9 no.ls2l-27 Ja-F'64. (MIRA 17t2) ZAKHAROV, VIs; NOVIKOVA, N,Ra; PERFILOV, N.Aj T111AA Ys.V. Pyrogallolamidol developer for nuclear e=lsions, Zhur.naucb. i prikl.fot, i kin, 9 no.63422-425 N-D 164- - (MIRA 18s1) ACC NR, AT70UO923 SOURCE COM tM/3180/66/012/000/0005/0015 AUMOH: Novikova. N. H.; Zakharov, V. I.; Fadinao Ye. V. ORG: none TITLE: Use of synthetic polymers in the manufacture of fine grain nuclear emulsions. Part I. Properties of fine grain emulsion when the gelatine is partially replaced by polyvinyl acetals SOURCE: AN SSSR. Komissiya po khimii fotograficheakikh protneasov. Uspekhi nauchnoy fotografii, Y. 12, 1966. Yadernaya, fotografiya (Nuclear photography), 5-15 TOPIC TAGS: nuclear emulsion, emulsion polymerization, film grain, polyvinyl acetate ABSTRACT: The authors report experiments aimed at improving the properties of nuclear emulsions by replacing the gelatin with poly-vinyl acetals, using PF-2 nuclear emul- sions as examples, and investigated the physical'. mechanical, and recording proper- ties of emulsions prepared on this basis. The emulsions were prepared essentially by. diluting the initial PR-2 emulsion with a solution of polyvinyl acetal. The prepara~' tion of the polyvinyl acetal and of the emulsion are briefly described. Several types of polyvinyl acetal were Investigated, The tests consisted of determining the avell-I ing of the gelatin, and polymer-gelatin emulsion layers, the changes in the linear dimensions, the mechanical strength, pad the photographic grain density and the fog- Lq--rA-i 12-- CZECHOSLOVAKIA/Cultivated Plants* Grains. IM Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol-j No 5, 1958, 2c)26o. Author J_ Fndr1chn- Inst Hot given. Title Me Selection of Short-Stalked Fqe. (Selektsiya rzhi a korotkoy solomoy). Orig -Pub: Sbor. Ceskool. akad. zemed. ved. Rostl. vyroba) 19%, 29, No 7, 645-652. Abstract: The problem is solved for the possibi.Uty of selecting rye with short stalks in order to provide them 'with greater resistance to stem wilting. A new select variety of Dobrovitskiy winter rye with a short culm in comparison with the standard variety of Czech rye is distinguished by its resistance to stem wilting, Card 1/P MALY, J.; FADRUS, He The possibility of use of indigoca=ine for the determination of nitrates. Ceske hyg. 9 no.6067-373 J1164 1. Vodohospodarska sprava, Bmoe NEDOROST, Geatimir., I.nz.j FADRUS Hubert, prcm-wany ::,~ezrdk; ,!AlY, JcBeff., promovany chemiki !nz. Experiences in waste water purM.-ation in Brn3. Vodni h3sP 14 no.8:293-298 164. 1, Water Resources Menagement Agency ~,,f the city of Bmo (f,-r all except NenLvIch). 2. Hydroprojekt.., Brn.) (for Nentvll.li). I; ub~ rz,, promovany NT--,;CF,.03'r Lxporlonnevv in waot.,.~ watfr n Brno. Vc,jr,.-I hoop 1-1 no.9: 339-347 1611, 1. Brno (Aty Wator f~o-tuur,,io ;',hrm,,:cmorTll, I'a 7,, le raI llyirol:roickt, Prim (~',-)r 1', FADRUS, H.; 'MALY, J. %W A contribution to the quick determint.-tion of iron cortent In water. Cesk. hyg. 10 no.2t97-99 ~lr 165 1. Vodohospidarska sprava mesta Brna. ter 01 r VADLUS jr; -ALY9 J '~jty of 5rno odarska ".-,Coilo!,,Iy of the Bnio (-or bot',) Do.. of Iron in 'Na-tor." ,,on tilc QlliL;,l Lectioll VA3,; FASi iC7j],´┐ŻY, 'A. P. MNIKY 1'. P., FADRYGA, V. Li::C, "Agriculture of thk~.- Magadan Oblast"' (boov) 1957 Tells of the Experience of aGriculturRl workers oil the Maj~adan GLI-ant, which is the more Jnteresting because of the utilizatton of new areas in the north. InGpite of the many of authors the book is a c=plete and finished wor"r.. AUTHORS: Kotelfnikov, V.K. and Fady~shinq I',L, 598 TITLE: Built-up Reamers and Boring Disc Cutters provided with Carbide Inserts for the machining of Cast Iron Housing Components. (Razvertki Sbornyye I Rastocbnyye Plastinyq Osnashchennyye Tverdym Splavom, Dlya Korpusnykh Detaley Iz Chuguna). PERIODICAL: "Stanki i Instrument" (Machine Tools and Cutting Tools, No-3, v pp-31-33 ABSTRACT: Ahe All Union Scientific Research Institute of the Tool Indus try (VNII) designs of built-up adjustable reamers and floating disc shaped boring cutters with carbide cutting tips have been developed which permit repetition work to class 1 and class 2 precision and are claimed to reduce machining time by a factor of two or three. Designs for reamers between 40 and 300 mm diameter are illustrated in cross-section. The design of boring disc cutters between 70 and 400 mm diameter is also illustrated. In both tools regrinding is preceded by the shimming of the carbide tips to restore the original size. Detailed instruct- ions for re-sharpening are given. There are 4 illustrations. Card 1/1 PHASE I BMK EXPLOITATION SOV/5581 Moncow. Dom nauchno-tekhnicheskoy propagandy. rezhulichly Instrument (abornik] (Ifighly Iv,.- Tooln; Collection of Articles) Moscow, Mafj~t- -. )J61- 354 p. Errata allp inserted. 10,000 copies print.,- 1. Spowirwitur AFenry: Obvhchc3tvo po ranprostraneniyu politichenk1kh I wi-,%rhny1,h zrianly RSKSR. Mookovskly dom nauchno-tokhnicheakoy propa~;andy imcni F. E. Dzerzhinakogo. Ed. (Tltl,-- page): 11. S. D~gtyarenko, Candidate of Technical Oclences; Ed. of Publishing House: I. I. Lo3nichenko; Tech. Fri.: Z. 1. Chernova; ManagIng Ed. for Literature on Cold Trcatfrmnt of Metals and Machine-Tool Making: V. V. Rzhavinakiy, Engineer. PURPOSE , Thin colleatton cr articles in intended for technical peraonnZil of machine, Instrument, and tool plants. CardLl/6. 17 11trhly ProllizctIve Cutting Tooln (Cont.) SOV/5551 COVUAq~:: Tile ccjll,~,Ptlon contains information on the fallowing: now brund,3 of h1cli-npred iteL,13 and hard alloys; des1rna of built-up tooln and tooln for the machining of holes; tools for inachintrig, heai-rT,,:jjsttne, :i~id llght-wtal Mloyn and plautIce; toolo for unIt-tcid machinati 'Ind automatic productInn lineu; and m-ithodi for the sharpening and maintenance of carbide- tlpj),~(t tools. No personalities are mentioned. There are 56 referencea, mostly Soviet. References accompany some of the articles. TAnLF OF CONTENTS: Foreword 3 I. M PRAND3 OF HIGH-SPEED STFELS AND HEAD ALLOYS Geller Yu. A. (Doctor of Technical Sci encea, Professor]. Highly Productive High-Speed Steels 7 C ard~-2/_6 Highly ProductIvo Cutting Tools (Cont.) 3OV/5581 Smirnov, F. F. (Candidate of Technical Sciences). flew Types of Carbide Alloys for Cutting Tools 22 II BUILT-UP TOOLS AND TOOLS FOR 14ACIIIIIING HOLES Akirov, A. V. [Cindidate of Technical Sciences]. Advanced Designs oi Sln~;lc-Point Tools 43 Morozov, P. 1. (From the Experience of the Zavod Imani Kalinina-- Plant imani Kalinin). Application of Coraml-i Materials 65 Yercmeyeva, N. 14. Goometry of Tools for the Machining of Holos 79 Fad~yujil Carbido-Tipped Boring Tools for Machining adios 1-n Frzano-Type Parts go Erankrants, L. 0. Tool Dooigna for Machining Precision Holes ill Markov, R. 1. Now Design or a Broach With Carbide Blades 128 Card=3/67 FADYUSIIIN ..-- Heads for annular boring of through holes in cast iron. Stan.i instr. 33 no.3:26-27 Mr 162. (MIRA 15:2) (Drilling and boring machinery) FADYUSIM!, I.L. Controlled two-edge floating reamers:'Stan. I J-nntr. 36 no. 12:31-33 D 165 (MIM 1911) GBLLIR, Yu.A.; FADYUSHINA, M.N. Microscopic method of determining decarbonization in tool steels. Zav.1ab. 26 n0-3:307-310 16o. (MIRA 13*6) 1. Vessoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy instrumentalln.Vy institut. (Steel alloys--metallography) (Garbon) 3/137/62/000/002/088/-&41. Ao6o/Aiol V"I HOPP): Geller. Yu. A.,-Fadyushina. M. N. F Determination of residual austenite by the magneto-metaliogr~iphtc mr-thrd j N 7 ~A Reff,!at Ivnyy zhurnal. Metallurglya. no. '11, 1()0,'), "?(,, O~F-t raf I (V nh. "Metodika I praktika metallogr. ins-trurr. s,it] i". Mo~;cow, Krishgtz. 1961, 10-50) iFX; 1he mqgneto-metallographic method proposed by the author.~ mqkenz it a, on 0 to establish the presence of residual auAenite by examIn 41 f ,F-Imeris tinder a microscope and to determine the distribution of residual aiisterite In the structure. The magneto-metallographic method was checked by testing the steelsXBF, 9XC, P9, andP18 (KhVG, 9KhS, R9, and R18). It Is shown that the results of the magneto-metallographic method coincide with the da-a obtained by the magnetic X-ray structure analyses. The magneto-metallo- graphic method possesses a high sensitivity and Is very expedient for determining .he residual austenite In a multiphaze alloy, and is also convenient for c n o1- 1 0 tr ling 'he tempering of high-speed steel. r, Nikitina FAbstrai~,terls notej Complete translationi a rd ! /I S/137/62/000/002/091/li. A0601AI01 AUTHORS- Geller, Yu. A., Fady-ushina, M. N. "TLE: Determining decarbonization In alloy steel from Intermediat~E- trans- formation FERIOD~',I-AL: ReferatIvnyy zhurnal, Metallurglya, no. 2, 1962, 71, abstract 21474 (V sb. "Metodika I praktika metallogr. Issled. instrum. stali", Moscow, Mashgiz, 1961, 60-65) TEXT; A description is given of the comparative determination of the thick- ri~_ss of the decarbonized layer using three methods - the method of chemical aralysls, the method of V. D. Sadovskiy, and the method of A. A. Popov and M. S.. Mikhalev, carried out in order to estimate the precision of the last mentioned method and the feasibility of its application to tool steels. The steel grades Y112,Y I I X8, X . gxc, A Br, 95X[ZB, and 800012. U I 1KhV, Kh, 9KhS, KhVG. 95Khr,SV, and &SVM) were investigated. The specimens had a cross-section 8 x 8M All *he steels to be decarbonized were soaked in a hydrogen stream at 900 0 C. in order to obtain the Initial structure the specimens were annealed at 780 6C for 4 hours. Then the specimens were heated up In a reducing vat and cooled to Card 112 V 137/62/000/00 2/09 1 / 11; 4 Determining decarbontzation In alloy ... A060/A101 4'% - 3COOC (the region of Intermediate transformation) and were scaked for 180 Ee,:. The dark-staining zone, representing the transformation produ~~ts in the intermediate region was taken as the thickness of the det,,arbonized layer. It was e-.tablished that the method proposed by A. A. Popov and M. S. Mikhalev Is applicable only to alloy tool steels, but not to carbon steels. For hyper- eutectold steels the method yields somewhat low values of the thickness of the dezarbonized layer. This method may be used to check the decarbonization in a finished tool, where the specimens or parts of the instrument should have a diameter or thickness < 10 mm. Treatment schedules for the specimens are cited. V. Ferenets ~Abstracterls note: Complete translation] Card 2/2 31137/62/000/002/0931/111. Ao6o/A 10 1 AUTHORS. Smol'nIkov, Ye. A., Fadyushina, M. N. TTLTLE. Determining decarbonization in steel containing 12% Cr, by the use of' pearlitic transformation FERYD:CAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurglya, no. 2, 1962, 71, abstract 21476 (V sb. "Metodika I praktika metallogr. issled, instrum. stali". Moscow, MashgIz, 1961, 66-68) TEX7: An investigation was carried out upon two methods of fixing the decarbonized layer and determining Its depth in steel gradeX 12 (Khl2) . The first mefl7od Is based on the fact that the bainite transformation in the zone with lowered -. content occurs earlier than in regions with higher C content. The second method is based on the nonsimultaneous transformation of supercooled austenite in the pearlitic region in zones with differing C contents. The r(-I-ommended hardening schedule for the first method is, heating up for hardening to 1,000 - 1,025 0C, cooling in saltpeter at 375 - 390 0C for 10 20 min and thereupon In water. According to the second method the heating temperature for hardening Is 1,000 - 1,025 0C, cooling In a salt vat (7N BaC12 22% NaCl) at Sard 112 S/137/62/000/002/093/144 Determining decarbonization In steel ... A0601AI01 72501- f,:,r 10 min and then in oil. It is noted that both methods yield results whl-~i coin,-,Ide. The values of the depth of the decarbonized layer obtained by the two mr-thods are cited. V. Ferenets jAbsT.racter'5 note: Complete translationi Card 212 S/137/62/000/005/094/150 A0061AI01 AUTHORS: Gulyayev, A. P., Fadyushina, M. N. TITLE: Red-heat resistance of high-speed steel PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, no. 5, 1962, 62 - 63, abstract 51373 (V sb. "Metodika i praktika metallogr. issled. instrum. stali", Moscow,.Mashgiz, 1961, 70 - 75) To develop a method of testing red-heat resistance of high-speed steel, the authors studied the effect of the method and duration of heating and repeated heating upon the reduction in hardness, measured at room temperature. The investigations were made on grade P 9 (R9) steel quenched from 1,2300C and tempered 3 times at 5600C. -Red-heat resistance teSts are conducted as follows: specimens of a given heat are treated under conditions recommended for the given steel grade; they are then heated to 5750C with 4 hours holding time, air-cooled, and their hardness is measured. These specimens are then heated to 6000C, held for 4 hours, and the same operation is repeated and extdnde 'd to 7000C. The re- sults obtained are used for the plotting of a "hardness versus 4-hour heating- Card 1/2 S/137/62/000/005/094/150 Red-heat resistance of high-speed steel A006/A101 temperature" c4rve. The temperature causing a decrease in the steel hardness down to a given value, as e.g. to 58 RC, is taken as a red-heat resistance standard. Standards of red-heat resistancP are given for 9 h-igh-Gpeed steel grades. N. Kalinkina [Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card 2/2 88283 9&0 0 S/03 61/027/001/015/037 B017YB054 AUTHORS: Smollnikovp Ye. A., Fadyushina, M. N. ~`-- ---": ~ -A TITLE: New Method of Determining the Decarbonized Layer in X-12 (Kh-12) Steel PERIODICAL: Zavodskaya laboratoriya, 1961, Vol. 27, No. 1, p. 62 TEXT: Gradual hardening was recommended to develop the decarbonized layer in the perlite region of Kh-12 steel. The steel specimen was heated-to 1000-105000, then cooled down to 7500C, kept at this temperature for 10 min, and subsequently hardened in oil. After development by etching, the decarbonized layer in steel becomes visible as a dark stripe. Gradual hardening was also recommended to develop the decarbonizod 0layer in the beynite region. The steel specimen was heated to 1000-1025 C, cooled down to 375-390 C, kept at this temperature for 10-20 min, and then hardened in water. The deoarbonized layer in steel shows a needle structure after development by etching. Card 1/2 88283 New Method of Determining the Decarbonized B/032/61/027/001/015/037 Layer in X-12 (Kh-12) Steel B017/BO54 ASSOCIATION; Vaei3oyuznyy nauchno-iseledovatellskiy instrumentallnyy A institut (All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Instruments) Card 2/2 Min 24159 S/O 3 2 /6 1102 7/ 00 5 A9 5/017 B1 19/B215 AUTHORS: Geller, Yu. A. and Fadyushina, M. N. TITLE: Application of the magnetic-metallographic method for the determination of residual austenite in the steel structure eERIODICAL: Zavodokaya laboratoriyat v. 27, no- 5, 1961, 562-565 TEXT: Tile magnetio-metallograph1c method is based upon the principle that in spontaneous magnetization colloida2 magnetic particles evenly distrib- uted on the polished steel surface are attracted by the ferromagnetic piiases of the alloy. Non-magnetic phases (austenite, alloyed cementite, and carbides of alloying metals) no longer contain such particles and, thus, appear an light spots under the microscope (in contrast to the magnetic phases which are darkened by the particles covering them). The authors studied the possibility of applying this method for the determination of residual austenite in martensite-base steels and alloys (alloy instrument steels: '/Br (KhVG), 9XC (9KhS) ; high speed steels: P 9 (R9), P 18 (R18) ) after different heat treatment of specimens and finished instruments. The results Card 1/2 Application of the ... 211159 S/032/61/027/005/005/017 B119/B215 obtained are in good agreeme-it with those of magnetic and X-ray structural analysis. This method was also suited for determining very small amounts of austonite which could not be determined by the other two methods. It was also possible to eliminate differences in the results obtained by dilatometric and magnetic analyses. The method is especially suited for the determination of residual austenite in multiphase alloys and the continuous control of annealing high-speed steel immediately in instruments. There are 4 figures and 1 Soviet-bloc reference. 413SOCIATION: Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-insledovatelickiy instrumentallnyy institut (All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Instru- ments) Card 2/2 %! - - - I . I . V ;i ,- .~ . , I N: ~' " N A , ~ t-, , I . -, I,f ; I N , 7 . N , ; - A D " ~ T., ; , i 1, N." , , 1. , I , , :1.1. ; I I , -. . , . ,'* a carb,.qe on ~.;' I . :';f.rndartinLnl I q "I V no . I ~.' -, 2.,l - 3 1 --l I ;, " . 1 14110 !'1 :1. /' w)/TJEWP(t)1ET1 IJP(c) JD ACC NK: AP6019204 SOURCE CODE: UR/0121/66/000/006/0030/0031 AUTHOR: F-43nisbina, H. N. *, Malinkina, Ye. I. ORG: None TITLE: Industrial use of R12 Isteel SOURCE: Stanki i inst ent, no. 6, 1966, 30-31 TOPIC TAGS: tool steels hardness, plasticity, metal welding, crack propagation, h- ---B~60~UdL ductility/ R12 steel, R18 steel ABSTRACT: The sults of tests carried out at various plants inditiate that R12 steel ~an replace R181 teel satisfactorily. Many cutting tools have been made from this steel in recent years. The chemical composition for R12 steel is 0.8-0.9% C, 12-13% W, 3,,1-3.6% Cr and 1.5-1.9% V. Impurity elements are vitbin the limits specified for hi'Fh-speed cutting steel. R12 steel does not present any problems,# far as produc- tir is concerned. Various specimens were made from both R12 and.118 steel and sub- jetted to various tests. Analysis shows that R12 steel is 4JUg~Ujel.ln the 900-12000C range and has a higher ductility Jban that k R18 steel by a factor of 1.5-2. R12 steel was tested by welding to.!!Pj%md 40KOsteels under conditions for velding R18 steel. No difficulties vere'encounter;d d ing welding. Crack formation during veld- i4g vaa checked by periodic inspection of the specimens. Cracks re noticed in W 1/2 uDc: 669.14.018.252.3-T --L-4-0"2477~6 ACC mt AP6"l steel with a decarbonized surface. Crack formation was not observed in the majority of cases when similar experiments were performed using samples whose surfaces were not decarbonized. Cutting tools were made from R12 steel using the same production techniques as required for R18. The results show that R18 ste products require less polishing than R12, while the two grades are othervise similail The effects or heat treatment(,~-r,e considered. The results show that red hardnesklTs normal (RC 58) for RM -ateel\onlV in specimens with a diameter of less than 5 mm. Samples with larger diameters show reduced red hardness. These results show that R12 is only slightly different from R18. The operational properttes of R12 and R18 steels are compared. Cutting tools made from R12 steel are as good as those made from R18. Only one case was reported where R12 steel prodlicts were considered inferior to R18 products. This is explained Irl the fact that the materials machined by the cutters made from R12 stee were harder. Cutting tools made from R12 steel may be used for working structural steel with a hardness of up to HB 250. Among the various advantages of R12 steel are the fact that it is less expensive than R18 steel and may be polished more easily thun R9. Orig. art. has: 4 tables. CODE: ll/ SU13M DATE: none/ ORIG REF: G02/ OTH REF: 000 FADY11SHINA? M.P,, inzh.j RYSAKOV, N.F., kand. tokhn. nauk, dotsent Study of the mixing unit of a reactor. Izv. vys. ucheb. zavs; energe 7 no.8:121-125 Ag 164- (MIRA 17:12) 1. Urallskiy politekhnicheskiy inBtitut 4-eni S.M.Kirova. P-redstavlena kafedroy teplovykh elektricheskikh stantsiy. r L 69 18 -65 ElvT1 -1) 10-Pi'f n) F1 -/EnD '!Or-%dW, - - '_~~ACCESSION NR:1 AY4640436"'-"~"/~ AS(Mp)-2/ASD(m)-3 S/0020/ 4/158/00 416/0447- WW/K4 'AUTHOR: Faerman, Ve T&;_Goryachko, Go Vol Slonimskiy, Go L TITLE: Roleof supramolocula structure in the destruction of got ;mera in an ultrasound field 7 !SOURCE: AN SSSR. D(iktady*g v. I56& no* 2% 1.964, 446-447t and. insert Ifacing p. 446 iTOPIC TAGSt polymers# amorphous polymer# cryotalline polymer, supra- ~molecular structureg spherulitis,,ultraeound,.ultrasound treatment, polymer destruction 'The effect of ultrasound on the structure and mechanical 1ABSTRACT, -properties o-f--po-tymer&-has-beett-jitudied-for--amo-rphous-pol-f(Vitiyl- I ch lori dgL--WPVC) for-crys ta-I I L-n-01IP lyethylens-~kPE)Iand volyproaK.- f I I'Kill distill -t h _et ma n ad watev, The destruction stag films were ~_bservid with a polarizing microscope. Micrographs in- ich dicated that ultranound,causes tensile and compreasive stresses 'wh I can resul t in various Aes tcuctive mt-thadisas t rdepending on- the I supra- Destruction of emorphouspvc, I'molecular structure of the-polymerso - 1/4 igeneous-Ma T Stalline Structure results out th47- - [ *-- and- coars C 7 T. in I destruction of coarse soherul Lte- iskions along well-defined bound rw owing to the higher overstresses in these vagions. It is concluded that the destruction process of crystalline polper fUms in an ultrasonic field depends an the.aLze of,elemeuts of supranolecular structure and probably, an the Inner struciure of these claimants. The dependence fi of the strength of PP with various supramolecular structures on the duration of treatment with ultrasound Is given in Fig. I of the Ea- closure. Orig. art. hast 4 figures. ASSOCIATIONt Kslininskiy.' t-schow-A ledovatat skly-institut-t Inoy-.promy- tMe asea C atitute Of-tho h- In I Textile, -1 n-4--us try) -Pedlustitut (Kalinin, d C_Jkj~ Ind ti tute) TU-Stitut Levies toorgani chtskikh _ao_y_eMneniy Akademit nauk fiSSSR (Institute of Organoetexamtel Compounds, Academy of Sciences -G-R) C.,d~ Accustom MRS ZNCLOSVItz I L fig.. 1. Change of the strength v4 0 a fLImis with v&rL*'** gtr t a effect of under th trasound- I - Flne-crystallittej, films t 2 a d ear crystalline f itme t. 3' -hot* ft III$ mill trestmeat~ Duration of uttrasonic Cc dl~7 tl~ccusanlc' ~Iotyss. 1). 5. HOL'IK Sl U:: ZITI-LiA. (Cemtrala -Rclnicze, polai-I(i. j Vol. 8, ne. 32, Au, 1c)55. c" 17;'St Furopecan Acccssimt: no. 77ncl. FAFARA, E. First decennial. p- 3,- HOLNIK SPOLDZIELCA- (Centrala Rolnicza Spoldzielni "Samoponoc Chlopska") Warszawa; Vol. 8, no. 18, May 1955. SOURCE: East 7~uropean Accessions List (EFIAL), Library of Congress, Vol. 4 No. 12, December 1955. "Cl-.::ill;l.Li health C,)O-.)eraA,,rc. 2,"6 of- Vol. "o. .'onth~ 0" FAFARA, E. - Rolnik Spoldzielca Vol. 81 No. 29, July 1955 - Warszawa The peasants themselves fight against deficiencies. p. 8. SO: Monthly list of East #uropean Accessions List, (EFAL), LC, Vol. 4, No. 11 Nov. 1955, Uncl. FAFARA, E. After a Party-economic conference in Lomza, P-3. -ICL*;Il: SPOKSMICA. (Centrala Roln4-,czij bpolkzIelni "bampopmoc Ghlopska") Warsziwa, Poland. Vol. 8, no. 36, Sept. 1955. Monthly list of Last !:&twopean Accessions (EEAI) LC, Vol. 9, no. 2, Feb. ig6o Uncl. FAFARA, E. Z:~~ 107, 2 per cent of the plan in August. P. 4 WLI (Centrala Rolniczej Spolkzielni IIL21~.popomoc Chlopska") - -IIK SPCKDZIELCA. I Warszawa, Poland. Vol. 8, no. 37, Sept 1955. Monthly list Of East European Accessions (EEAI) LC, Vol. 9, no. 2, Feb 1960 Uncl. FISAR.A. E. FAFA1,1, E. how ti.ey accomplish their Flans. i . -1. Vol. E, no. 47, flov. 1955. h0IIIIK 5FULLIELCA, Warsz&wa, Poland. Som-,-E: ast European Accessions List (F-T-?AL) LC I!ol. 5, no 6, June 1956 TFA ",17, -~ I " . At the -.-;Intuf~r F*,iir in Ootr,),,,Tia ", -,,owiccka. p. 4. Frecon-ross conpeUtion. p.'. (KS). 'Iow inconfdw~:-, 'or the(bmlopment o:* Vol ", no. 50, Dec. 1955. Coon,~r!ition, -1 -,-ondition of corv!ress ple,3,-(-,s, p. 1. SPOLMMIC.Ii. '.hrsaw, So: 7hstern Iuropean Accesilon. Vol ' , no. 4, April 195". FAFARA, E. FAFARA, E. Fertilizers in Grojec District. p. 8. Vol. 9. no. 6p Feb. 1956 FOLNIK SPOLDZIELCA ACRICULTUM Poland So: East European Accessiony Vol* 69 Noe 5P May 1957 FAFAPA, E. FAFARAI E. The vadium fines can be avoided. p. h. Fain should be prepared better in Jedwabnee pe lie Vol. 9j no. 20j May 1956 RDL14IK SPOLDZIELCA AGRICULTURE Poland So: East European Accession,, Vol. 6s No. 5, may 1957 BARSZCZAK, Tadeuvz; FAFARAL, FE--- Influence of soaking seeds in borjkx solutions on their vigor, germinating power., and boron content. Rooz nauk roln rool 87 no.2:409-415 163. FAFARA, R. Polish-made bindors In this year's harvest work. p. 25. We build clay pits for silag,. p. 26. (PLON. Vol. 4, No. 7, 1953.) SO: Monthly List of East European Accessions, L.C., Vol. 3, No. 4, April, 1954 FAFARA, R. ONema thresher, a product of the German Democratic Republic" (p. 13) aGWIZACJA I ElXnRv.FIKACJA ROLITICTWA (Panstvawe Wydawnictwo Polnicze i Leene) Warazawa, Vol 6, No 2, A-pr/June 1953- SO: vast European Accessions List, Vol 3, No 8, Aug 1954 FAFARA, R. "A straw and husk gatherer constructed bv the Institute for Mechanization and Electrification of Agriculture, adjusted to an S-4 combine" (p. 60) 10,'GHANIZAC.TA I ELE`KTRTFIKACJA ROLNICTWA (Panotwowe Wydawnictwo Rolnicze i Leone) Warszawa, Vol 6, No 2, Apr/June 1953. SO: East European Accessions List, Vol 3, No 8, Aug, 1954 FAYARA, R. "Studies concerning the Automat 10/700, a thresher." p. 111, OCCMNIKI NAUY. SIMIA C- MECHANIZACJI, Vol. 66, No. 1, 1953, Warsaw, Pcland.) SO: Monthly List of East European Accessions, Library of Congress, Vol 2 nolO.' Q~t 1953, Uncl. FAFATRA, R. 115tudie5 on clover threshers." p I N jK Sez; TA no 1, 1953, Warsaw, Poland). . 112, (ROCZINIKI ' A" - --::, I - ~2 : YA2 ; -~ ' ~' , 7c, I . 6 6 , SO: Monthly List of Fast European Accessions, Library of Congress, Vol 2 no,261 Oct 1953, Uncl. FAFAPA, R. "testing the Tractor-and Horse-Drawn Agrostroj Binder mde in Czech oslavakia # " P. 63- (Rommi NAuK RomiczycH, voi. 66, No. 2, 1953. 'elarszavra, Poland) SO; Monthly List of Fast European Accessions, (EUL), LC, Vol. 4, No. 1, Jan. 1955 Uncl. FAFARAL, R. "Testing Potato Diggers," P. 77. (ROCZNMI 11AUX ROU'ar,'ZZYCH. Vol. 66, No. 2. 1953. Warmayra, Poland) SO; Ybnthly U.-it of F-tst European Accessions, (EFAL), LC. Vol. 4, Vo. 1. Jan. 1955 Uncl FAFAPA, P. TestE with the Automat 10/100 threshing mat-111ne mnwifactured in Czechotlevakia, P. 41. (POCZNIY,l NAUK POLIVICZYCH, Wartzawa, Vol. 66, no. 3, 1951~) SO- Mcnthly Ustof I-r-cTstEluropean Acce3elons) (EEAL), LC, Vol. L, Me. 6, Jun. 1955, Uncl. Ilainiticr AWN. pp. 37-10, d Jigs. The nmlhur mviews thet adv;tLigoi folic, 1~-, ;md -!-cils with thu thoory of brvAltiq :-t-t r llo,- ")ut h,v mill'i of tills type: t!7 U1,6 j~Vt~,~ nt MDUA and 41011-2) type hammer mills. Conn'truOicil.", '~vlth 1y ~ td 16 tfwi~iw, CU.-anit),C fc.ed hopper supp t1 Icedfrig the plvotM a dirv', ni-d v vecond'at 3300 r-OW It Nltn.-, 4:!qf!trc* per , a !O-hcr 'inolsturn coatent-In the rnr;l,~-Hcil Nv,;-; 1 or.kr to vilsure Unvarled pcr1ojmaw,,Q ,-1 In". Sp"(13. Experimenb have v--ve,i 1,A !Itlik p:, Ivinimers tire more rrilversol and va:l 11v 1~:o.,; norl rhaff bay conV.-Uilng up in 2r) vw, k,-. -cruhing at higher %*eda- Is more w tile axis of rotaUtift in"O cift-CEvo --I luty - ~lncc better use can be mw1a, of (fie z;,- cii~ ri, lh~- rotor. The harmners should be r)l fr--nzluf~r ,,l i:i I: ~3 T";a V,v- incan arb-tcl In grains Is obtialtialAc. -,iith 31/- to i 2,; ir,; ~~ 2 ta 29/1 mm. slava Is requlrLfi fnr crti-hir.;! ri:Aff I i~ to powder. A 10 kW electric inotor with to be the most oultable for dilvin', fli- PU- FAFAhA R. AC'ItICUL7LIRE 111-IC,I)ICAL: ROUNRI LAUK hCLN IC ZYC !'I VG11-67, no. 3, 1958 FAFAhA, R. Tide problem of wrappinr in tYresUn,, machine beaters. P-323. Monthly List of East Euro~)ean Accessions ('.1 UI) T,C, Vol 8, no 4. April 1959, Uncla~-.s FAFARA, Roman; PABIS, StanISIRW Development trands In the technology of grain drying and storing In Poland. Zesz probi post nauk roln no. 44:257-292 164. 1. Institute of liechanization and Flectrification In Agriculture, Warsaw. PAVLOV, V.A.; POIIYRKO) S.A.; KHOVANSKIY, Yu.M.; FAFAIEVA, G.I.,, red.; DANILOVA, V.V., red. [Stabilization of aircraft and automatic pilots] Stabili- zatsiia letatelinykh apparatov i avtopiloty. Moskva, VysBhaia f3hkola, 1964. 483 p. (MIRA 17:8) FAFL, B., Dr. Iya injurteI. Cask.pediat. 10 no.4:261-263 May 55. (MI: wounds and injuries, in inf. & child. incidence & ther.) (WOUNDS AND INJMM, eye, in inf. and child, incidence & ther.) 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