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FOKCHEV, V.P. Suction-drawing-off pyotem from no.909 S 162. (Mixing machinery) I 115 and 3.16 pug mills. (Dust collectors) -- Ut.pzvizv. (KRA 15:11) FOMCREV, V.P. Exhaust auction of flue gases from electric are and other furnaces. Lit. proizv. no.8:38 Ag 162. (MIRA 15:11) (Metallurgical plants-Heating and ventilation) aKETOV) A.K.; FOMICHEV V P - TAMBIYEV, A.A.; KOSTANIYAN, A-Ya., , I , , .. . I red.izd-va; LAVIIENTIYEVA, L.G., takhn. red. (Mechanized erection of precast reinforced concrete sup- ports] Mekhanizatsiia vozvedeniia sbornoi zhelezobetonnoi krepi. Moskva, Gosgortekhizdat, 1963. 98 Pe (MIRA 16:8) (Mine timbering-Equipment and supplies) (Reinforced concrete construction) Folacm, V.P. Cover with exhaust for DSP-3 type rurnaces. Lit. prolw. no.8: 30-31 Ag 163. 041RA 16:10) 2f,- FOINUCHEV, V.P,., kand.t.ekhn.riauk I. , . -, 11 11111-1-4~ Mothods of calculating rock prosoure. lzv.,tya.uc~,eb.zai.;grjr.zhu-r. 7 no.7:37-40 164, (MIRA 17tlO) 1. Hauchno-itialedovatellskiy institut po atroite3latwu. Rekomendo- vana kafedroy Instituta gornogo dolla AN UkrSSR. S/115/62/000/005/003/CO6 E140/Z435 AUTIICRS: SiArnov, N.k., Smolovi V.13., F?michov, V.S., Clio rnyavskiy, Ye.A. IITLZ: rvansistovized digital-analogue converter PERIODICAL: Izmeritellijaya tokhnika, no-5, 1962, 29-32 TZXT: A di.-ital-analogue converter developed at the LETI im. V.I.Ullyanova (Lenina) in 196o-1961 is de~scvibed. The system opevates at frequencies not exceedins 50 kc/s, in the temperature range + 600C, with a precision of 0.01%. The full- scale voltage into loads of 10 to 250 IC:.. is of the order of 0.020 V. The relatively-high precision is obtained by the use of saturated transistor switches in a balanced configuration (Fig.6) and a divided resistance suirmiation network (Fig.5). The power supplies are stabilized to 0.0551; wire-wound resistors of the same tolerance are used. There are 7 figures and 1 table. Card 1/2 S/115/62/000/005/003/ .006 Transistorized digital-analogue ... E140/E435 Ix, RII RIZII- R11, R, go IM Rf LIVIA ~2 -"R' 2 "R Fig.6. 38635 S11031621023100610101012 91 D230/D303 AUTHORS: Smirnov, N.A., Smolov, V.B. and Fomichev, V.S. (Len-, ingrad) TITI,Z": Bridge electronic digital-to-analog functional con- verter I'Zlft I OD IC,E: Avtomatilta i telemekhanika, v. 23, no. 6, 1962, 802-817 Tn:,'.T: The authors deal with bridge digital-to-analog com- puters suitable for functional processing of digital data in accord- ance with the relations Nz - F(N.) and N. . O(N:k, ), where Nx, N Y_ input 'informing' digital data; N 0~ z - output 1contr ling' digital data. Both the theoretical and practical work were performed in the 1,.'.afedra vychislitellnoy.tekhnilti LETI im. V.I. Ullyanova (LeninaY (Department of Computer Engineering LETI im. V.I. Ulyanov (Lenin)). In the case of transition from the di5ital output data to continuous: data, rheostats or potential controlling sources should be connected, into the corresponding arm of the bridge digital-to-analog computers.' Card 1/2 S/103/62/023/006/010/012 Bridgfe electronic di-ital-to-analog ... D230/D308 The computer circuits torrether with dig-Ital integrators can be used in the design of analog machine-hybrids in wl-tich, after feeding iii aind transforming continuous data into digital data,"the solution follows the digital process without using d.c. amplifiers,and the ansociated multiplication-division units. Since the bridge digital- VX to-analog computers possess composite characteristics-of summators, nulti?,liers, functional converters, they represent a rather simple forn, of an analog machine of its type; d.c. amplifiers assist in improving the stability and fast operation of these machines. Using precision wire-wound resistors and transistor switching elements, these converters yield statistical accuracy of the order of 8-11 binary digits. Their dynamic accuracy is wholly deterdifted by the di-rital balancing reduction network. Due to its complexity, the analysis of the dynamic characteristics of the bridge digital-to- analog converters referring to non-linear pulsed closed systems was not investigated. There are 3 tables and 8 figures. SU311ITTCD: Sdptember 12, 1961 Card 2/2 L 11599-63 kCCESSION VR: EWT(j)/FCC~w)/MS ASD/E-91?-3/APGC/SSD Pg-4/Pk-4/P0-4/ Pq-4~ GG/IJP(C)' AP30013TO 8/0144/63/000/005/059T/0604 AIMOR: Smirnov, N. Aa Smoloy, V. B.; Pomichey, V. S.. Chernyavskiy, Ye. A. TITIM: ".1"41umber-angle" dec4der with intermediate conversion SOURCE: rvljZ. Elektromakhaniki&,, no. 5, 1963, 59~-6m TOPIC TAGS; digital decoder,, biuary decoder ABSTRA02; A-simplified circuit is proposed for the decoding of binary-coded shaft rotation data,, for the case where the angular resolution can be relatively low (8-11 bitG). The design uses an intermediate conversion vhereby the d1gital input is in effect converted to conduc,~ance and*the variation in conductance controls the a-c voltage to the output motor. The basic operation Is az follows: A double-ended a-c reference vb1tage with grounded center i~ap is connected acxos6 a parallel bank of transistor pairs. Each pair has a common emitter and collectors connected to opposite ends of the a-c bus. Each pair also represents one digital order. In a given pair one or the other transistor is switched on depending on whether the total input digital command has a "positive" or Card 1/2 L 11599-63 ACCESSION NR: AP3001370 "negative" sense of angular rotation; thus the a-c current which is switched on has a forward or raverse phase sense. Thp'sum ol switched currents flows through a precision summing resistor, developing the control voltW for the output motor. The Ppositive" or "negative" condition is determined by the state of the highest order digit in the input code. Feedback is provided by a 20-turn potentiometer driven Trom the output-shaft. An experimental model was built using standard parts for which a schematic is given including component values for the output a-c amplifier preceding tha motor. Teat results show that qonvereion error with a 10-digit code Is about 0.1%,' maintainable vithins, range of -50 to +6oc. Reliability and the absence of reactive elements are cited as further advantages of the design., Orig. art. has: 3 tables, 3 figures, and 6 formulas. O~-. 000 L EWT(d)/ 17912-63 FGG(v)18 ASD D-_3/APGC/jjp(c) pg-4/pk-/ ACCESSION NR: AP3005678.1,,-'~z.'_" AUTHOR: Smirnov, N. Ast S-n-iolovo. V. B, Fornichey, Ve so; C ernyavsk~j. Ye. A. TITLE: Universal voltagg' 16-digital coBXerter for d-c and a-c. control systemq SOURCE: IVUZ. Priborostroy'eIyet vd 6 s, no* 4a 1963t 54-62 ni TOPIC TAGS: code converter, volt.s wto -digits converter, control aysternanal6g.1 to-digital converter, encoder ABSTRACT: Results are reported of developing a universal voltage-binar' Y-co"] converter intended for conveying input information to a digital computer from cl-c. and a-c sensors; the latter may have any frequency and phase. The compensa-.( tion principle is used for$the -encoding method, the input voltage being balanced against a feedback voltage which is obtained from decoding a selected code in the register. The directionlAf every balancing step is determined by repeated tests: .~Card 1/2 L 17912-63 ACCESSION NR: AP3005678 at the half-cycle of tha input voltage. A circuit diagram is presented and dis-,'~' cussed of an encoder capable of eacoding d-c voltages, slow-varying voltag6s, and 400 -cps arnplituda voltages* - It to intended for a special-purpose digit4 computer. Orig. art. has: 5 figures and 6 fornmlas. ASSOOGIATION: Leningradsk~y alektrotekhnicheskiy institut im V. L Lenfxia (Leninjzrad.Electrotechnical ~mqtltute) SUBMITTED: 07Jan63 DATE ACQ: 06Sep63 ENCL: 00 iSUB CODE; CP NO REF SOV: 003 OTHER: 000 Card z1z S)URNOV, Nikolay Alekseyevich, starshiy propodavatell; SMLOV, Vladimir Borisovich, kand.takhn.nauk, dotsent; FOMICHEV, Vladimir - -ne assistent; CHERNYAVSKIY, Yev-jenij Miffic7ovich, kand.tekhn.nauk Decoding "numbor-tuigie" converter with Intermediate transformation. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; elektromekh. 6 no.5t597-604 163. (MIRA 16:9) 1. Kafedra vychialitellnoy tekhniki Leningradskogo elektrotekhni- cheskogo instituta. (Electronic computers) al-`LOV, !.~iadinir tr1kc-3- Allekse,,e-.~i.-;- ~FCVICIIEV 'Viad . ',*f:-,-~~---- .' ~ --.- j$ ~ . .1. . I j f.. ~ 0 ~'.- ~, ~J Aleksondrovich; V.M., red. (Reliability of a coding converter] Nalezhncstl '-)diz,u- rl iushchego preobrazi-watella. Leningrad, 1964 - 1-5 y. (1,*~-IEA 17: "1 ) Code COTi V F. Cr., F, iT T J Cofd IV t Aie input volt an'~ o T t Leringradskiv elektrotekhnIcheskiv, 7 Electrical C-izineeriuF CD 3 ENC L: 0 1 OTHER: 000 card 2/3 A' ~-f S,r-CON NR: AP5016773 . . . ...... -T T T ENCLOSURE: I aircults; 2--standar(i -,ourco; iA, 13, 19, 21 ild 413--am,1 f ir~. 6rd- 3/3 ACC NRt A11602~457 SOURCE CODE; UR/0410/66/000/002/0090/0098 AUTHOR: Korshever, I. I. (Novosibirik-Leningrad) ; SwoloV, V. B. -(Novosibirsk-- i Leningrad); Tverdokhleb, p. ye.,(Novosibirsk-Leningrad);IFomichev, V.-S. (Novosibirsk-~ Leningrad) ORG: none TITLE: One possibility for construction of digital analog functional converters SOURCE: Avtometriya,noo 29 1966, 90-98 TOPIC TAGS: digital analog converter, circuit design, mathematic analysis A~STRACT: A method Is described for the construction of digital-analog functional converters based on preliminary expansion of the function into a series by Walsh functions. It is shown that the elements of the digital-analog converter are in- terpreted easily by the category of this expansion. Examples are presented of the realization of some digital-analog functional converters. The limitations within Which the application of this method will give a gain in comparison with known methods: are determined. The advantages of.converters constructed using Walsh function ex- pansion are simplicity of the analog portion of the circuit and the constant output' impedance of the analog portion of the circuit, which allows them to be used with any load without disrupting the nature of the dependence reproduced. Orig. art. has: 2 tables, 7 formulas, and 4 figures. i SUB CODE: 09,12/ SUBM DATE: 27Nov65/ ORIG REP: 003 ILSSE!i 1/1 UDC: 681.142.621 '44 S Kats, M. L.: K-,r-,' ned ect- -ray lununescence 3f ikal, ha Ide r -ric und x a v. 17, no. 5, '964, '39-144 _)p~ Aa i spektroakopiya, alectroluminescence, x ray luminescence, alkali halide, lui-tinescence brightness, luminescence quenchinq ABSTRACT: Continuinq their ea-rlier investiqations of lumineacence 1~y simultaneous applications of x-rays &nd an electric i sp(--ktr. v. 11, 422, 1961), the authors studied, solid 1--1.2 mm thick) with NaCl, KCI, KBr, KI, Cs---li, CsBr, is-d As a dielectric. INhen an tlectr-.c fieIu s to such i~ rif-, iurni riescence is observed even at breakdown f,, e I d S. Card 17088-65 ACCESSIOq NR: AP4048747 ~A - -n j_n the absence of an electric field produce:3 ltiminef- when i fiel-' s (2 -~ght waa recorded through ito 13 r, fie tc, two Oppok3ing eff --.3, :qr!3, and aczeleration of tho carriers iihe 5 - - ~zr -6--ow"binatior. rate) it-, CB1 the I -iie ~n, ena;.ty Lij decroased by -,a former affect predominates. T'he delay -:~e a nq a relative to the application of the fiald is als- am- art. hlBt S figures and I t&bla. ASSOCIATIONt nono Card AP4048747 ENCL: 00 SuB (,f)L)F 1-04 OTHER: 001 ATD PRF-SS r I nu r I - i d h,,1 ! 7 1%-'b, 493-496 westly-a. SerLyu fizicheskaya, V. 29, no. 3, Ines -nce, -Id um I sce alkali halide, x ray, electric fic Tbo '~uthom have Inveatigated the C~:Sr. and Csf. A rwjwder --)f the s~iltt )f ~i r apa- ,,r -ive: ?!pct. field the ,f 'he imLlie-s-enc- ntey,.~;II 10 -V ";j f 92 r the paf i tor, ~11 lr"grl~ 2 A,-'C r: S S 10 1r; !4R: APS009530 ?r.,~frg-sts a time conntant for the butld-up and dc-cay of the order of TJIC~ i-,~jjjo r v.!Aq foLinfl to deCre,,Se when i.-he: anaterial r,,r-F- .. ... ltur,:?, and therx-al At U-O,~t cgtosphoresccknce 11pht nim VLA~Q Ike U1 o px9liminary acUration by x-rayi, was performed" In tbo Dresence or tiln durjii~r Cht, tlwrm:~- f 14, bat dic pv~~,3c-nce of thc! f told --!tntlen of (1-t- -rrstrltc 0~ t t~ti t ,~,fyd the light stim. The loterlir, c;.mc1,Wr-d ILI%r-.t rel,~"JSC of tM OL--Ij r t rclu q 11, 1 Ivy 1e pt-ic e-f~ f, ez, p^- H i 1~ i To. t - t n ur L4 T 1011: None S Urill., j,-71.7) )0 ENCL: Of) S UT1 Cf),) F V: Ty OTHER: 003 A, 11249-66 FPD/E1Jr(J)_ ACC NRt AP6002691 SOURCE CODEt UR/0033165104210061125611260 49.6 i56 1 711 AUTHOR Fomichev, V. V.; Chertok. r.-M. ORG: Institute of Terrestrial Magnetism, Ionoagheref and Propasation of Radio-Wayet- of the AcademX S559 anstitut zemnogo magnettema, ionoefery I reeprostre- neniya radiovolh, Akademii nauk SSSR) TITLE: Evaluation of the Intensity of the magnetic field in solar coronl7fr" radio. bursts of type 11 SOURCE: Astronomicheekly zhurnal, v. 42, no, 6, 1965, 1256-1260 TOPIC TAGS: radio burst, plasmalv, solar corona, electromagnetic radiation,. sok4.-. flare, shock wave,,electron drift, magnetic field I AD Qa.- A4X-.3, 57 ABSTRACT: Radi9__hqraJ.~1;f type 11 are generated by excitation of plasma waves in solar corona which scatter on heterogeneities of coronal plasma and are trans- formed into electromagnetic radiation. Shock waves may occur in front of plasma accumulations which are ejected at high velocity from chromospheric flares. no collisions, the front.of a shock wave has an oscillating structure and consists of individual waves. Dtifts of electrons occur in front of the shock wave because of heterogeneities of the magnetic field. The generation of type-11 radio bursts depends not only upon the intensity of the magnetic field, but also upon the electron concentration and the Velocity of the exciting agent, which together form the deciding factor for~the maximum frequency of the burst. An inequality is expressed Card 1/2 UDC: 523.75.164 ACC NR, AP6062691 which determines the minimum value of the magnetic field at which the type-11 burst may be generated; this is reflected In a graph in the original article. The initial frequency of the type-Il burst and the velocity of the generating agent may be used for determining the intensity of the magnetic field above the active region. A table is given in the original article which contains the drift velocity, the height of the drift, and the intensity of the magnetic field, Orig. art. has: 2 tables, 2 figures, an&. 7formulas. SUB CODES 03/ SUBM DATEt- 03Har6S/ ORIG RE?: 003/ OTH REPI 005/ ATD PRESSI Cqrd 2 L2 `4 ~A v V.1f.; CHERTOK, I.M. 1"I"Llmrition Of tile mapetJo flold strangth In the lar Corona from tyjxi 11 radio bursts. Antron. zhur. 42 no.6:1250-1260 N-D 165. (MTFA 19:1 Institut zemnogo mnA3t~ma, ionoqfery i rrIL,,proSI,rW)en!.%% radiovoln All SSSR. Submftteu March 3, 1965. q~ I I '. ~ I I -- -YOMMHWO- Y-o *,A. 0 inzh. Protective filtere. Avtom., telem. i eviaxt no.12:34-35 D 157. (Illoctria filters) (MM 10:12) IDMICHEV, Te.A. DT-I choke'transformer. Avtom., telem.1 aviaz' I no-7:18 ii - 159. (MIFA 12:12) 1. Starshiy Inzhener tokhrLichaskogo otdola Glavnogo upravlonlya signalizataii i svyazi Ministerotva putey ooobshcheniya. (Electric transformers) BOYTSOV, Aleksandr Yevgenlyevich; CHFTVEIR1KOVA, Yevdokiya Aleksandrovna; SDI,IR'ENKO, B.F., inzh., retsenzent; F%TIrHU-,-Xa.A.j inzh.2 re- teenzent; MAiWKOVA, G.I., inzh., r6CjROVIKAS, M.N., inzh., red.; DODROVA, Yo.11., toklin. rod. (Electric power supply to automatic control and remote control devices] Energoonabzhenie ustroistv av-tomatiki i telemekhaniki. Izd.2., perer.i dop. Moskva, Vses.izdatellsko-poligr.ob"edinenie M-va putei soobshcheniia 1961. 215 P. (MIRA 14:12) (Automatic control) biemote control) (Electric power supply to apparatus) FOMICHEVP YeaAo,. inzh, The SP-1 clootrio drive for switcheo. Avtom., telamA eviaz: 'L 6 no.4--4-8 Ap 062. (IMA 15.,4) (Rallmada-Switches) (Railxoads---,Electric equipnent) A YEVSEYEV, Ivan Goorgiyevich; FOMICHEV Ye A In2h ., retaenzent; I "-; - -HA tekhn. red. MARENKOVA, G.I., ini~.-, ~;d.,- Vf, N.D.P (Protection of CTC systems from atmospheric overvoltages] Zashchita ustroistv STO ot atmosfernykh perenapriazhenii. Moskva, Transzheldorizdat, 1963. 95 p. (MIRA 16:4) (Railroads-Signaling-Centralized traffic control) FOMICHEV, Ye,A,,, inzh, A two-wire networit for connecting long-distance warning light signals. Avtom., telem. i OvIaZI 7 no.1:9-10 A 163. (MIRA 16:2) (Railraods--Signaling) FCMICHZV, le. A.P insh. Automatic mitch vith multiple operation. Avtox., telem. i evias' 7 no,4129 AP 163- (MIRA 16:4) Railroads-Bleatric equipment) lectric witchgear) R FOMICHEV, Ye.A., inah. Three-pole RLND-JOS-type disconnectors. Av-tom., telem. i svias' 7 no.5:43-46 My 163. - (mirm 16:7) (Railroads-Electric equiPment) (Railroads--Signaling-Blook eyatem) LIST, F.D.; M~ICHEV,,Yp.A., inzh., retsenzent; FARENKOVA, G.I., inzh.lz~d.; BOBROVA, Ye.N., tekhn. red. (Remote control of the cutouts of the high-voltage line of an automatic block system) Teleupravlenie raz"ediniteliami vysokovolltnoi linii avtoblokirovki. Fo3kva,("Transport" 1964. 94 P. MIRA 17:2) 6-avo AUTHORS: TITLE: 26592 S/185/60/005/003/007/020 D274/D303 Kantor, P.B., Kysill, O.M. and Fomychov, Ye.1-1. Measurements of enthalpy and heat capacity of sili- con at temperatures of 1200 - 19000K PLRIODIC.AL: Ukrayins'Icyy fizychnyy zhurnal, v. 5, no. 3, 1960, 358-361 TEXT: The results are given of enthalpy and heat capacity measure- inerits of silicon in the solid and liquid phase, for a temperature rnnge of 1148 - 19150K. By means oC the experimental data obtained, the coefficients are found of the intcrpolaiion equations for the 4 enil-halpy and heat capacity. The meanurements were conducted b means of a calorimeter (consisting of a massive aluminum blocil.~ which was placed in a high-temperature vacuum-furnace. The thermo- static control of the calorimeter ensured a temperature stability to within �0.0020C. The temperature of the container with the spec- imen was measured by the optical pyrometer OP-48 to within �20C. Card l/ 3 26592 S/18 60/005/003/007/020 Measurements of enthalpy... D274YD303 The silicon specimen, of a type especially designed for semiconduc- tor instruments, had no impurities which could be detected by chem- ical or spectral analysis. The containers were made of quartz. The temperature rise in the calorimeter, after putting in the con- tainer, was measured by a platinum-resistance thermometer and a special thermometric bridge. In all, 42 measurements were made. From experimental data, and using the method of least squares, the coefficients of the equations for enthalpy and heat capacity were found: HT H298,16 = 5,724T + 3,648-10-4T2 - 2078 cal/g.atom (1) Cp 5,724 + 7,296,10-4T cal/g.atom (la) (between 1200 - 16900K); 2 + 9555 cal/g.atom (2) HT H298,16 a 69018T + 2,983-10-4T CP - 6,018 + 5,966-10-4T cal/g.atom (2a) (between 1690 - 19150K) The mean square error in the determination of the coefficients was Card 2/3 26592 Measurements of enthalpy... S/185J60/005/003/007/020 D274/D303 0.4 - 0.776. The experimental results are plotted on a graph, to- gether with the results obtained by other authors, 1-1.0. Serebrenikov, I.V. Gelld (Ref. 1: DAS, v. 47, 6, 1021, 1952) and M. Olette, (Ref. 2: Compt. Rend., 8, 244, 1033, 1957). A comparison of results shows that the enthalpy data agree to within 176 with those of Refs. I and 2. The heat capacity for silicon in the liquid state was found to be nearly constant = 7.1 cal/g.atom. The melting point was found to be 1690 WK, and the heat of melting - 11950 �180 cal/g.atom. There are I figure, 2 tables and 6 references: 2 Soviet-bloc and 4 non-Soviet-bloc. The references to the English-language publica- tions read as follows: K.K. Kelley, U.S. Contributions to the Data on Theoretical Metallurgy, Bull, 476, 1949; M.L. Gayler, Nature, 142, 478, 1938. -ii.,SOCIATION: SUBMITTED: Kharlkivslkyy derzhavnyy iustytut mir ta vyi-airyuvall nykh pryladiv (KharIkov State Iiistitutc of Measures and Measuring Instruments) September 16, 1959 Card 3/3 26341 6/076 61/035/007/011/019 B127YB102 AUTHORS: Kraaovitskaya. R. M., Kantor, ?. B.j Xant L. S., Kandyba, V. V., Wayna, L. U-o and Fomichev, Ye. N. TITLE: Daterminatitn of enthalpy and specific heat of boron oxide In the range 1000-22DOOK PERIODICAL: Zhurnal fizicheskoy khimli, v. 35, no. 7, 19611, 1499-1501 TEXT, The authors studied s. sample prepared by the Vs-2fjoyoayy nauchno. lasledovatellekiy inotItut metrologii Im. D. 1. Miindg)"yevu (All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Metrology iment D. 1. Mendeleyev). In order to dry the preparation which contained 0.01-0.04yo Mg and water, it was slowly heated within 7-6 hr to 600-7000C at a pressure of 10- 2 = H6. It was kept for about 5 hr at this temperature. A formation of bubbles was initially observed which ceased during heating. The sample was then heated up to 10000C, duribg one hour, and looked then like colorlpso transparent glass. Investigation w&9 carried out by means of a massive calorimeter Card 1/4 26341 5/07 61/035/007/011/019 Determination of enthalpy and specific ... D-27YD1.02 which consisted of an aluminum block 30 kg with lateral Pt-resiatance thermo- motor. The aluminum block was hermetically enclosed in a vouael which wan connected with a vacuum system. Cooling was performod by a double water jacket kept at 25 * 0.050C. I -1-:11um furmace - v--' '--r h4atlrz. -C=nalst- ir:6 off an elecltri~-beater (a graphite tube of 6CO =-- ar.1 45 = diAmeter), which was surrounded by coaxiAlly 4rrunrod ry;in4rI,! i)roqns of graphite, tantalum, molybdenum ard stool. "he terperature WOLa L,"ured by =oans of a Pt-Rh-Pt thermocouple and an optical DOQ-51 CLOP-,I) pyrometer. Visual readings were made through a window In the furnace. The error of ter- perature measurement did not exc 0ad 0.1f. up to 17000K and 0. Yj* up to 2300OX. The apparatus was evacuated to 10-4 mm Ug and then filled with argon (15-20 mm Hg) during the experiment. The ampule were made from platinum which does not react with B20 3 up to 16500K- Molybdenum was alao suitable. At temperatures above 16000K the argon pressure was increased to 600-700 mm Rg. The results of measurement are summarized in the Table. The following interpolation formula, was used: BT - B290.16 - 30-54T - 11920 oal/cole and C. 30-54 oal/mole-degres (1000-215009). There are 1 table and Card 2/4 3/016 61/035/007/011/011 Determination of enthalpy and specific... B127YZ102 9 referenbess 6 Soviat-bl-oc and 3 non-Boviet-bloo. The most recent references to Enf;lish-language an followas Ref-- 41 X. Keller, ContrIbutiona to the date. of theor, Metallurgy, X, 1949. Ref. 2: 1. C.Southardi J. Amer. Chem. Soo., �j, 5147P 1941. ASSOCIATIONt Institut mar i itmeritel nykh priborov (Institute of Measures and Measuring Instruments) 8UBIHITTED t Octobei- 17, 1959 Card 3/4' "!.~ f,.j- p z FORICHEV, Ye N - KANDIBA, V.V.; KANTOR, P.B. -tti-t~ Calorimetric unit for determining the enthalpy and heat capacity of substances. Izm.tekh. no.51l5-18 NY 162. (MIRA 15:6) (Calorimeters) KYABURZANIYA, K.I. (Leningrad D-88, ul. Plekbanova, d.19, kv.12); FORIWEE"l, Ye.p. (Leningrad) ------ - 4. -. Foreign bodie3 in the lungs and the diaphragm. Grud. khir. 6 no.2s 102-103 Mr-Ap 164. (MIRA 18t4) FOMIGEU, Tu., kand.ekon.nauk. _----c-i-o-se-coop-eration. Hauka i pared. op. v sellkhoz. 8 no.1:31-33 ja 158. (MMA 11:2) I.Direktor Moskovskoy mehinno-traktornoy stantaii. (Kachine-tractor stations) (Collective farm) f USSR/Microbiology Antibiosis and Synbiosis, Antibiotics F-2 Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Biol., No 4, 1958, 14739 Author : Fomic-hevju.K., lzraitel', N.A. Inst : Title Experimental Effect of Lenromycetin on Scleroma, Bacillus - 6rig Pub Zdravookhr. Seorussii, 1956, No 9, 43-46 Abstract It was established by sprial dilutions of levom*Metin W in beef-peptone broth that the bacteriostatic titer for Frish-Volkovich ealeroza bacillus is 0-39-12-5-y,-/ml, and the bactericidal one 3.12-50 Y/ml. The tests were conduc- ted in vivo on 40 mice weighing 16-18 g, to whom I was gi- ven perorally in doses of 1.5 or 15 mg, together with an intraperitoneal infection with a knowingly lethal dose of scleroma bacilli (500 million microbial bodies). In the last two doses I protected all the animals from death. I also proved effe2tive in regard to a streptom;ycin-resis- tant variant of sclerom bacillus in experiments in vitro as well as in treating mice infected by this strain. Card 1/1 YOMICHIV, Yu.X.,;'JILIBURT, L.B. Iffect of biomycin on Klebsiella rhinoselaromatis in laboratory experimentation. Zhur. mikrobiol. opid. I immn- 27 n0-2:32-34 ir 5 6, (K12A 9:5) 1. Is kafedry m1krobiologit Minskogo maditsinskogo instituta. (ANTIBIONGS. off. bionycin, on Klebsiella rhineseleromatio) TELTA. off. of drugs on Klebsiolls, rhinoselaromatis, off. of biomycin) 0 /Yl 1 0- H 'L U) Y k - r- - EY c2,-,N FOMlQW,YAL.__K. , Cand Med Sal -- (diss) '.'~ctlon of certain anti- ~ /V, OLIAO" bloties on typhoid-favor baoilli In test-tube lbartz and In ex- -4 pertments 4aboratory animala." Mlnek, 1957. 10 pp. (Minsk State Mad Inst), 200 copies. (KL, 9-58, 123) - 147 - ANTIBIOTICS "On the Reliability of the Paper Disk Method", by Yu.K. Fomichev and N.A. Izraitell, Chair of Microbiology (Head - B. YiL. Iff-'bert) ol~ the Minsk Medical Institute, Antibiotiki, No 2, March-April 1957, PP 53-54. In view of the controversial opinions on the subject, the authors undertook to investigate the reliability of the paper disk test. The experiments were performed with 40 strains of the Bacillus Frisch-Volkovich* and with 4 antibiotics: chlortetracycline, strepto- mycin, levomycetin*, and penicillin. As a control, the serial method was also used. In the light of the results obtained, the authors conclude that the paper disk method may be used only for the rough determination of the sensitivity of the Vacillus Frisch-Volkovich to the above-mentioned antibiotics. Card 1/2 - 36 - ANTIBIOTICS * Z7Bacillus of Rhinoscleroma, was described by von Frisch (Vienna, 1882-), and Volkovich (Kiev, 18W), hence, the Russians know it as B. Frisch-Volkovich; it was also studied by Pellizzari and so, it is so- metimes called B. Frisch-Pellizzari; in the US, it is listed by Bergey as Klebsiel-la rhinoscleromatis, and is now believed to be identical with Klebsiella. pneumoniae, Type C._7 Card 2/2 - 37 - F Catorrory : ~y-Anti')irsis ami 'Y:i,biosia- Antibiotics] Abs. Jour " lief Ziwr AnI., .*-.o..19, L953, 15~-'V'3 Author : Institutb *. Titlo : Col,1purative kctiaii of VA.-~A ani. or i:)trt;,ptUmycIn 01 the Frisch-Volhovich ~-~cilu;ri in r-'.xp,!riurita1 Con- (Ationa Orlt3 Pub* : i~rolol. Infe%tsii, 1951, 83-W1 Abp,tr.qct : A corparative stady was carrieti out of Vie -:.-nti- bacteria] acti-wi o!: PA.SA and Areptornycin on 2 strainii of the Frisch-Vot!~ovich b:tcillus isolated from patients with riij.oscleroma. In vitro, PASA suppresses the reliroduction of Vie bacillus in concentrattinn of 10 mg/:al, whil.) in conceutrationa of '25 mibil, PASA is bactoric~OnL. IV vivo, in experimental scleroma sepqis, PA'-PA is very tweak in comparison vith streptomycin Ota respect to ther- apeatic efiectiveness. P.S.Pevzner joard: I Some probleam In antIblotic therapy. Zdrav.Bolor, 3 no.10t 21-23 0 157. (MIRA 13:6) 1. Iz kafedry milcrobiologil (savedr"hehiy - professor B.Ta. Iltbert) Minskogo meditsinskogo instituta. (ARIBIOTICS) IZRAITALI, N.A,j YOMIOW, Tu,K, Studies on the chemotherapeutic effect of certain antibiotics on the acleroma bacillus and In experimental sclaroms. infection. Antibiotiki 4 no.5slOl-102 5-0 159. (MMA 13:2) 1. Xafedra mikrobiologil (zav. - prof. B.Ta. 111bert) Minskogo medi- tainakogo instituta. (ANPIDIOTICS pharmacol.) (ELABSIM-7-A pharmacol. (EHINDSCLZWM exper.) TIMAKOV, V.D.; GOLIDFARB, D.M.11-zwgab-,~ K.1..; SKAVRONSKAYA, A.G.; ZUYEVf V.A. Antiphage and antibacterial activity of the antitumor preparations dichloroethylamine and its derivatives. Vop. virus no.6t650-662 N-D 163. (MIRA 17t6) 1. Institut epidemiologii i m1krobiologii imeni N.F. Gamalei AMN SSSR, Moskva. FOMICT~_Yu.K z,." Cytornorphology of Escherichia coli B cells treated with his- (2-chlorethy7l)methylamine. Rikrobioloiia 32 no.lt66-73-063 (MIRA 17:3) 1. Inatitut epidemiologii i mikrobiologii imoni Gamaloya AMN SSSR i Belorueskiy institut epidemiologii I mikrobiologii. 0 ACC NRs AP6017596 S 0 U R (3 E C 0 D I1A 6/010/00 1/0 0531 05' UTHOR: Fomichev, Yu. K. ORG: Belorusakly nauchno-issladovatelISMY 111,1111tut opidamiologil i A an Scient 1krobiologii Ministerstvs zdrevookhranonlya BSSR (Belorussi 'ffic' ~O esearch-Institute of Epidemiolo" and Mlcroblolo_C~ Istry of Healtb, TITLE: Mechanism of inactivation of pbage particles by alkylating substances SOURC15; AN BWjR* Dokladyp v, 10# no, is 1966# 53-55 TOPICIAGSt baoteriopbege, yperite DNA, bacteria, -0 1:,",beote. bides call physiology.) 8m0rfA11,9,- ABSTRACT: Controversial opinions on the mechanism induced this study on the effect'of yperites at the molecular-structural level. The phage T2 c as used, following passages under protein-free condi'tionag wit the water soluble yperite di-(2-chloroethyl)metbylanina OL-as the alkylating substance. The letter's effect on protein omponents was ~n eatigated in the active nucleus-free phantoms of the bq,g4-obtsined byTodmotic shook. Its effect on E2Letiovatructure was';(P; studied in a pbbge culture treated with uroe to determine nucleic acid C,M,I/P- r ACC NW, 6017596 injury in respect to Infective and reproductive functions. The phantom suspension in 9 glucose-salt medium at neutral pH was treated with the chemical at a concentration which would inactivate about 60" of the /0 pbage, These were isolated and treated with an E. coli B culture, then kept in the incubator until spheroplest formation, which was recorded, .,No injury to protein oomponents was found. The uroa preparation was treated similarly; after dilution to render the chemical harmless it was used to infect lysozyme, protoplasts and glycine spheroplasts, and the number of negative colonies upon seeuing was recorded. Reduction of Infective properties by 90-100% was found. It was concluded that inactivation of pbage particles Is probably due to DNA injury, but that Its mechanism bad not been elucidated. The authors propose that Inactivation of the alkylated pbage DNA Is due to formation of intramolecular cross links which prevent its penetration Into the bacteria. "I wish to express my thanks to Professor D, M. GolldfBrb (IEM im.N., F. Gamplelao AMN S5SR) for his interest in this study an2rto his co-worker At Vv* Aydeyev for his technical assistance in the execution of the work", Orig, art. has: nonoo SUB CODE: 06/ SUBM DATE: liNov'65/ OHIG REFF: 009/ OTH REF: 008 Card 2/2 C, MWIMM, .0 F%ITCHEVp IU.P.p kand. biol. nauk Effect of synthetic estrogens and androgons on the organism of animals. Tzv.. TISKU no. W50-162 165 (MIRA 19ti) 1. KtLfedra molochnogo i myasnogo skotovodstva I-Ibskovskoy selrskokho-.yaystvwmoy ordena Lanina akademii imeni Timir- yazevae FOHICBEVA, A. -- Books on innovators of agriculture. Sov.profsoiusy 2 no-3: 91-95 Mr 154. (MMA 7:2) (Agriculture) F(X4ICHEVAIA chertezhnitsa (Tula); SERDYUKp teklinolog; YJUJIGHi2lKO, K., a ~oc;r -lekallshohil:; ZUBOVA, Ye.p lnzh. (G.Krannyy Luch, Luganekoy oblasti); SU?ANER, D.I inzh. (G~ Kraonyy Luchp Luganskoy ob2asti); GIDON9 L.9 inzh. (Moskva) Avramovap L.p apparatchitea,(g. Lisichansk) Our readers' comments.on work nominated for lenin Prizes. Sov. profsoiuzy 17 no.6:31-32 Mr 161. 04MA 34:3) 1. Tullskiy zavod !Shtamp; (for Serdyuk). 2. Kirovskiy zavodt Leningrad (for lQiarchenko . (Lenin PrlzD:) (Russian lit rature) ~!T ACC NRi AP6006271 CODE: UP./0080/66/039/002/0344/0347 AUTHOR: Kochegarov, V. M.; Fomicheva, A. I. ORG: none TITLE: Investigation of the effect of heat treatment on the electrical properties of electrochemically produced terminals SOURCE: Zhurnal prikladnoy khimii, v. 39, no. 2, 1966, 344-347 TOPIC TAGS: electrochemistry, metal plating, germanium, cadmium, gallium, antimony, bismuth QI.4-Ai- 4-, ABSTRACT: The effect of heat treatment bn the bounda ontact) jyer betwe% n-ger- tudie--.-The metals --F manium and virious metals is s gqlli~umvi -anti ismut and nickel)uvere electrochemically plated onto a I germanium and the plated ger manium was enclosed in a quartz ampoule. The heat treatment consisted of heating for 10 min at 3500 with subsequent cooling to room temperature. Before and after heat treatment, an electrical determination (amperage vs applied voltage) was taken on the plated germanium. The type of contact is considered to be either ohmic or rectifying. Prior to the heat treatment only the antimony contact is ohmic; after the heat treat- ment, all except the gallium contact were ohmic. It is concluded that the type of contact resulting from the thermal treatment is heavily dependent upon the electrical UDC: 621.382.8.416+621.382.135 1/2 ACC NR. AP6000271 activity of the metal which has diffused into the gerTnanium and that the type of film contact in n-germanium cannot be adduced from contact thporT. Orig. art. has: 2 1tables, 1 figure. SUB CODE: 20,07,/// SU13H DATE: IOApr64/ ORIG REF: 005/ OTH REF: 003 Card 2/2 I u 'I u IS -j to 'S S'n ;j a a A J. J 'TOR 41) its is it *poll adjunce 'A. M 1; grit F I P '.A FOO '-pt"Is sit .4koIptepler-ti "tkf&qWsOas vat dyes. V. A. Titkoy aiml A. M. C. %t. of 1.4, slid I.A. ur 1,4-diantinaInthm- 00 9,11nont is C"ndqn_l with 2 mAc of 1-bemamidusathre- qo4tumVt44,A4-1%th&Jic Mid chkwkk- 00 00 00 yr 1 a 11. A 46 1 Ac t,RGKAL_ Lift$ OWI LASUPKA110M t 2'-.Zr= 7- $43944 if ~, 41% '1111,15j, 'I, 41 An & S, a Iwo 4 WIN 1430430TI3 01 9 0 it It p ff K a R Is K a; St a I I" am 0 0 0 0 te, 0 0 0 *1* 0 '0 0000 * 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 00 0 00 0 S, 0 0 0 -4k 0- * 0-:16 0 0 * 0 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 * Igoe Coo Coe MOS, see fee tte Ilse be 0 a 0 0 ot ? 4- L a ' r ill MID Ilm"O 44, 1W k ~ 4 .IQ41"d V 040 4 r- -r7 0 mire fi-~ H V1 I - - - - 00 1 I c dt - tatwoodIat9s tot vat dyes. V, A. Titkov amf A. M, - I-so E. q.Y31,1ow. I-chrUY17 gulfilva. U.S.S.R. 66.302.1 lie with the acid new is heated at 14G-811* In niftabruze - c Thr l h - xi ti roiju cUtwide a )-(w-mbo%ybe-initlo)ant and walhed vvith 911c. filteted okd I d . s co uct , rvalitim Two The y*Id b 90~V' . Halch Mae 4F I JI roe its 0 See IVV me It - - - - - - too A OCTAL I caw.t wfw", r,-IIIFKA1100- It 7 u a AV po WI IT 00 at iv of 11 0 N 0 it x 0 a 00 a 0 0 N W11 W11 III: L a it Ut t 00 At 00-4. ! Adylawiffie got V. A. Tftkov and A7. hl. Nxiii- U.S.&R. 117,1119, Sept. 30, 194ftr-ArMnativ- c kwk%n am oulde by the action of 1K)C4 In gist of metal Wts the reaction IWILI. is freest 44 cz-. 60 elms POCIS,Slfls~~ throughtort"love Itel. ghtelp wt is Ustatfallied with anhyd. NssCOs. NallIC01, N w similar subston" 041 withimit heing imlated tile avid 00.3 chil"Its an ansed with anslutunithrav !1nHKS,,4w few ...M. I L A 441ALLU*GKA% Ltlil4ttAl CLASUPICAVOW Ifiv M1,0! 4.4 us' more i*oo 00 1690 300 00 1:00 i two o tl*e ISO* Wee b U S At 10 W n VIP it fj j j j 1, It If If a 1 0 0 6 0 ife 0 ire 0 0 0 0 0 It 0 0 e 0 0 0 0 0 -X%m El POMICHBYA A.S. nauchny7 sotrudnik; AKUWVA, M.F.,~veterinarny7 vrach; ffiJ*bLI"FfflJaNAJO6I , K.A., vaterinarnY7 vrach; KUSHINA, I.K., veterinarn" vrach; KOSTTATIVA, A.A., vrach-baktarielog (Rostov-za-Denu) Role of antiphage serum in the diagnosis of brucellosis. Veteri- nariia 32 ne.12:67-68 D 155. (KLRL 9:4) (13RUCXIWSIS-DIAGIIOSIS) (SERUM DTAGMSIS) POMIGHEYA,A.S.; URAUVA. V.S.; CUR OVA. N.A. Results of using antiphage serum for the improvement of bacteriological diagnosis of brucallosis in man. Zhur.mikrobiol.epid. i immun. 27 no-10:57-62 0 156. (MLPA 9:11) 1. Iz Rostovskogo-na-Donu instituta Ministerstva zdravookhranoutya SSSR. (BRUGMILMIS. diagnosis, bacteriol. technic with antiphage serum (Rue)) (IMM Mm. antiphage serum in diag. of brucellosis (Rua)) (BACTIRIOPHAGIO same) A 5, F-1 USSR / Microbiology* G heral Microbiolopy Abs Jour Ref -Zhur - Biol.9 No 2, 1958, No 5068 Author Taranova, V.N., Fomicheva, A.S. Inst Not given Title S Diagnostic Significance of Cultures With Induced Properties of Tularemia Bacteria and Heteroantigenic Cultures. Orig Pub g Rostovsk.-n.-.D. gos. n.-i. trotivochumnq in-tap 1956, 10, 187-196 Abstract i Under the influence of cultivation of different gramnegative and grampositive rod-shaped forms and grampositive cocci in filtrates of tularemia bacteria, and also in mixed cultures with these bacteria, the tested cultures acquired antigenic properties of para-agglutination jointly with tularemia bac- .teria, and also their biochemical features were somewhat chan- ged. Card 8 1/2 Howevery there were also successfully isolated cultures of different bacteria which were agglutinated by anti-tulare- mi9L sera from organism, . of healthy animals or animals sick with other infectious diseases (anthrax, brucellosis), In a similar Percentage of cases f1para-agglutinating" strains were obtained also from animal organisms ill wilh tularemia which militates against the contention that these strain, are specific para-strains. The sane were isolated from the air agglutinating cultures (by breeding) properties - Thereforep &long with "induced" P there may exist heteroantigenic Strains in nature, which removes the Practical significance of "parastrainsit isolated in natural conditions which are ag- glutinated by antitularemia sera. Card S 2/2 'USSR/Microbiology Sanitation Microbiology F-4 Abs JOUr : Ref Zhur - Biol., No 4, 1958, 14769 Author : Fomicheva, A.S., Wandin, G.A. Inst : - v--- Title Experimental Use of a Specific Antiphage Serum in Isolatin g Brucella from Goat and Sheep Milk. USSR/Microbioloey - Sanitation Microbiology I Abs Jour Ref Zhur - Biol., No 4, 1958, 14769 F-4 in 9 cases on agar without serum. The brucella growth on agax with the antiphage serum was more abundant and appeared 1-2 days earlier than on agar without serum. The type melitensis brLlcellsi developed on apx with anti- serum in a more "typical" form, i.e., they were not agglutinated by solutions of trypaflarine, were ag- glutinated by a specific serum titer and developed with equal intensity on media with fuchsin and thionin. Bracella of the same type cultivated on agar without the antiphage serum produced very fine flakes with trypofla- vin, in 2 cases were agglutinated by specific serum without titer, and in one case developed weskly on agar with thio- nin. Card 2/2 elf: U:I _t P I-Ticrobiology Ayr-_ JOTU'J.,~ Rof Zhur-Biologlyn, NO.4, 1959, PTO. 14928 AUTF 0 P. Mishnayuvskiy, Fomioheva A.S. Rostov-onAthe-Don Macrl-c-al-T_ :A 11licromethod of Blood Culture with Anti- phage Serum in Brucellosis. ' Tr. ote,,iotn . nnuchn. konfurvnk'sii Rostovsk.- ori Iti t,. /D- Wd- 1.11-t) za 1956 g. Rostov-na-Donu , n . 19579 621-622 ABSTRACT In 22 patients with brucellosis blood was taken from the finger for culture. Alto- gether 67 seedinjr~s (0.2 - 0.4 ral) were inade in broth with antiphage serum; a positive re- sult was obtained in 13 cases. From parallel blood cultures on broth without antiphage serum brucella was isolated only in 4 cases. With duplicate blood cultures from the finger and from the vein on medium with anti-phage serum there were 22 positive findings-from CARD: 141, FOMICHEVAO A. S., Cand Med Sol -- "Antiphagew serum and its -4 ~i application for (gre improv VY. bacterloloi;ical diagnosis of brucellosis." Saratov, 1961, (Min of Health USSR. All- Union Sci Res Inst "Mlkrob" fftEEa-aW) 8-61, 265) - 532 - KAYANOVIdH.-V.A'.: KOZEIVNIKOVA. M.; HIMPOLISKAYA, I.L.; HIKHAYWYA, N.P.; YADSUVA.A.L; YOMICHAVA) D.N. (Gorlkir) Industrial hygiene and the health of women working with benzene. Gig. truda i prof. sab. 2 no.1:26-31 Je-F 158. (MM 110) 1. Insitut gigiyeny truds i profzaboelvaniy i Maditainakiy inetitut, (BIMM-TOXICOLOGT) (IACTATION) -- F0141CMA---L__, Tenacious individuals. Izobr. i rats. no.9:31 S 161. (MIRA 14:8) (Technological Innovations) LION, G.Ya., inzb.; H&MONTOY, O.T., kand.tekbn.nauk; IDMICHEVA, I.I.. inzh. I Operation of electronic phase-differential protection equipped with semiconductor elements, Blek.sta. 31 no.2:72-75 F 160. (MIRA 13:5) (Blectric cutouts) N-N2kiR~I' SU, W 86623 3, ~' 9 g 0 S/1.04/60/000/002/001/003 ~11 Z13 / 0 E041/E421 AUTHORS: Lion, G.Ya., Engineer, Mamontov, O.V., Candidate of Technical Sciences and Fomicheva, I.I., Engineer TITLE: Electronic Differential-Phase Protection Using Semiconductor Elements PERIODICAL: Elektricheskiye Stantsii, 1960, No.2, PP-72-75 TEXT- The principle of the protective system is as follows: A narrow (0.2 to 0.3 micro3ec) pulse sent into a transmission line is used to cancel out the pulse reflected from the far end. An experimental version of the system has been working continuously since 1958 on a 220 kV line. Over a period of 450 days since July 1959, the installation has been tested over 400 times without a failure. During this time, the receiver bandwidth has remained constant although its centre frequency has drifted slightly. This was traced to the ferrite cores used. The behaviour of this new protective system was compared with another parallel system AiD3-2 (DFZ--2) and found satisfactory, On two occasions, the system operated from one end of the line. In one case this was due to a difference in sensitivities of two circuits, in the other Card 1/2 e6623 S/104/60/000/002/001/003 E041/E421 Electronic Differential-Phase Protection Using Semiconductor Elements beoause one circuit was still in a recovering condition. Transistors type ni, n 2, 63 and 66 (Pl, P2, P3 and PO are used, A PI failed after 1500 hours, a P3 after 4780 hours. There are 46 germanium diodes in the system, all type Ar-LL24 (DG-Ts24); none have failed. There are 28 devices using ferrite cores ty-pes CS-1 (SB-.l), CG-5 (SB-5) and W-7 (Sh-7). It is concluded that Soviet transistors have yet to prove themselves suitable for use in protective systems, The results of laboratory tests were presented at a joint meeting of the Rplav Prnff-ntion Sentiort MO NTORP and the Long Distance Transmission Commission of the Power Engineering Institute AS USSR (Komissii dalln-kh peredach pri Energetic~heskom institute AN SSSR) in 1956. There are 2 table!i and 5 Soviet references., Card 2/2 FOMICHEVA, I.M. __ _ "r- --: - Small exhibition of great Oads. Sauka i zhizn' 28 no.9:12-14 s 61. (MIRA 14-12) (Technological innovations) PISIUM, A., kand.takhn.nauk; LUKITANITSA, L-, Inzh.; FOMICHIVA. -0 inzh. Storage of fatty fish at low temperatures. Khol.tekh. )7 400-4). 46 s-o 16o. (MIRA 13:10~ 1. Vnesoyusnyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy inatitut kholadit'noy promWahlenuostio (Fish-storage) GAKICHKO, S.I.; PMCHETA,, K.M.; DUEROVSKAYA, T.A. Preservation of North Sea herring in chilled Beavatei. Part 1: Teehnological research. Khol. takh. 39 no-5:25-29 S-0 162. (MIRA 16:7) 1. VBeaoyuznyy nauchno-inaledovatellskiy institut kholodillnoy pronyahlonnosti. (Fishery products-Preservation) (Cold storage on shipboard) r.1 Fuac.:~#A, L. 1. 6291. Fomicheva, L. I. T11 drevesnykh i kuqtamikovykh porod stepnoy zony vostoka USSR i nekotoryye zakonomernonti ikh rasprodelentya. M., 1954. 16s 22sm. (Mosk. E.os. ped. ir-t im. v. t. Lenim). 140 ekz. Bespl. f5-4-5839 SO: Knizhamya Latopis' 1, 1955 YOMIGUYA, L.I. Some regularities In the occurence of the variegated oak aphid (Lachnus roboris Q in steppe zone forestme Zool.zhur. 34 no-5: 1085-1009 3-0 155. laKafedra zoologii I darvinizas Moskovskogo gosudarstwennogo pedagogich*skogD Inatituta imeni V.I.Lenina. (Plant lice) (Oak-Diseases and posts) YOMIGMA, L.I. 1~ Plant lies from tress and shrubs of lugansk Province* Uchazape WIZPI 2:90-95 '59. (MRA. 13: 4) (Ingensk Province--Plant lice) FOMICIIEVA, L.I. (Donotsk) Significance of kidney function in the pathogenesis of diabetic glycosurla. Probl.endok.i gom. no.1:83-90 162. (MIRA 15:8) 1. Iz kafodr7 propedevticbeskoy terapii (zav. - dotsent M.Io Frankfurt) DDnetakogo meditsinskogo instituta (dir. - dotsent A.M. Ganichin) na base Oblastnoy klinicheskoy bollnit3y imeni M.I. Kalinina ( lavnyy vrach B.A. Shaparenko). MABETES) (KIDIIEYS) 47 OLK I a LeMet. referent, ~qWA*-_ Improved olaM for eables (from 'Schl~gel und limeng no.8, 1957). Mule TSIIN tevet. met. mo.4:38 158. (xm l1w .(Germkny, Wast--Wire ropes) L 26j23-66 EWT(m)/EWP(J)/T IJP(c) VNIRM ACC NRs AR6 Olj8.76 SOURCE CODE: UR/666 ll~_5T66616i6ls o~alk~i AMIIIOR: VZakhirev, D. A.; Zq~otjn, K. P.; Zuyeva, Ye. M. Troitskiy, B. Bo; Vyshinskiy, N. N.; Nikolayevat M. V.; Pogrebnaya, T. I.; Fomi~cey~~.~* TITZLE: Gau chromotographytIstudy of impurities in eth Imeth late"and analysis of their effect on the process of polymerization SOMCE: Ref. th, Khimiya, Abe. 168214 TOPIC TAGS: methanol, methylmethacrylate, glycol, polymerization rate, molecular weight, monomer ABSTRACT: With the use of the gas chromatography method on an IM-600 brick with a selective liquid phase of polyethylene glycol 1000, it has been determined that the basic admixtures in industrial mothylmethacrylate are dimethyl ether, methy1formate, methylpropionate, methanol, methyl-a-metboxypropionate, and three unidentified sub- stances. An investigation was made of the effect of supplementing the detected ad- mixtures to methylmethacrylate on the polymerization rate and the molecular weight of the polymer obtained by standard methods in emulsion at 40C. it was shown that up to 2% methanol increases the polymerization rate and the molecular weight. Above- 1% methylformate decreases the molecular veight and above 3% aecreases the polymeri- zation rate. Methylpropionate sharply decreases the molecular weight and the poly. merization rate at a concentration of 0.5 to 1%. Acetaldehyde has no effect on the L ~6723-66 7 polymerization rate, but it decreases the molecular veigtt. The addition of poly- wthylmethacrylate to a mov.4mer causes an Iberesse in the polymerization rate and a decrease in the molecular weight. Rydroqtdnone, added to the monomer as the inhibi- tor, causes & sharp drop of -the polywrIvAlon rate siA the molecular w*I&bt-V-XOPY1 (Translation of abstract) SUB COEE:' 3.1,07/ SM =31* nM/ 1, Card 2/2 MIN SM V MITROVICH, V.P.;-10mmut-M.K~- Method of craters and impressions appliaid to the study of Vear.- Zav. lab, 29 no.2:217-218 163. (MIRA 16:5) - 1, Eksperimentallnyy nauchno-iasledovateltakiy institut meta3.lorezhushchikh stankov. (Mechanical wear) "'lle de endnace of the dlmar;ic r:ccl,~anical of p rul~~,rr on tho nolrcular weiCht olk' lenin.-rad, 1955. Acad Sc~-' IF,-, I' jnq~, of ,01(, C 111,1,r (DiEncl-Lition for t;-.e DeFrcc o.L Jdafc of Techril-cal Sciences) -:.lizhna,,,a Letopis' "o. ),,7, 15 ilovcril~er AUTHORS KUVBHINSI=,Ya.Y. I FMCHEVAX-X- PA - 3556 TITLES Influence of Rubbei Molecular Weight on its Mechanic Properties. (Vliyanlye uolekulyarnogo vesa kauchuka na. dinamicheskiye makhanicheskiye avoystva rezin, Russian) PEUMICAL: Zhurnal Takhn.Fis. 1957, Vol 27, Nr 5, pp 1019-1028 (U.S.S.R.) ABSTRAOT: At teMeratures of 2D, 60 and 1000 C the modifications of the elasticity modulus mid of the rebounding of rubber of fractions of divbqlatyrol oaoutchouo SKS-30-A were investigated in an interval of molecular weights of 45 000 to 620 000 with different vuloen' ation depths (in the case of a modification of the can- ditionally balances modulus frcm 5 to 70 kg/qm). The dynamic elasticity modulus at room- as well as at increased teoperature dependa only little on the molecular weight of the initial oaoutchouc. At higher temperatures the elasticity of rubber is mainly determined by the depth of vulcanization. As a measure the conditional balanced modulus may serve. At low temperatures (200 0) elasticity grows with the depth of vulcanization, but in the o&ss of rubber* mahe from fractions of different molecular weights this growth differs an to extent. At 200 0 the increase of vuloani ation depth increases the elasticity of rubbers of low card 1/2 PA - 3556 Influenoe of Rubber Xoleoular Weight ca its Machanio Properties. moleoular fraotions (4.5 000) less than in the case of those of high moleoular fraotions (more then 133 000). The amount of marlam elaatioity of rubbers obtained frcm caoutchaaas of the same zole,- cular weights does not depend on the oharacter of the acoelarator uaed. (With 5 Tabless 6 Mustration3, and 7 Slavio Refervno*3). ASSOCIATICK: 'VNIISK, Lmdmgr&4 PRESEWM BYt SMMMV~ 22.10A956 AVAIIABI& Libxva7 of Gongresa card 2,/2 II_L_ The study of properties and QDpliCation of now rubber types--silicon rtibber Report submitted for the 4th Scientific research conference on ihe chemistry and technology, of synthetic and natural rubber, Yaroslavl, 1962. 1, 1050-66 9-rr W ISTF (C) /90 1ACCESSION NR: AP5021592 UR/0286/65/000/913/oo68/0068 678-028.294 678.T44-32-13.453.2 AUTHOR,: _ Fomicheva, M. M. (lordl' 'yenko, N. Ye. I TITLE: Vulcanization of butyl acrylate rubberl(.Class 39, No. IT2481 ,SOURCE: Byulleten' izobretenly I tovarnykh znakov, no. 13, 1965, 68 TOPIC TAGS: butyl acrylate rubber, vulcanization, phenol formaldehyde resin, metal halide ABSTRACT: An Author Certificate has been issued for the vulcanization of butyl lacrylate rubber which is a copolymer of butyl acrIylate and acrylonitrile. To im- ~prove the processing properties of the mixes, the vulcanizing agent used is alkyl- phenol-formaldehyde resin containing 3% maximum methanol groups in combination lwith halides of metals of groups II, IV, VII, (BO) ASSOCIATION: Hauchno-iseledovatel Iskly institut ainteticheakogo kauchuka im.Akademika G. V. Lebedeva (Sci6ntific Research Institute of Synthetic Rubber) Card L 1850-66 ACCUSION NRt AP5021592 SUBWTTED: oTmar6h 110 TUO SOVI 000 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: 14T, UMB 000 ATD PPMS 1 #0 Card_ 2/?--- L 0110-M EWTW/EWF~(J) HK ~ACCESSIOK NRt AP5021228 UR/0206/65/000191~~0075/0076 676,762*2-134,584.028,044.8 AUTHORs Fouichava, H. Orlionko, G. P.; Subaye F. S. TITLEi A method for vulcanizing but*41ene nit 12 nLbber~ Class 39, ko. 172291 SOURCE: Byulleten' Izobretenly 1-tovamykh znakovj no, 14, 19650 75-76 TOPIC TAGSs vulcanization, butadiene, nitrile rubber, synthetic rubber ABSTRACT: This Author's Certificate introduces a method for vulcanizing butadisto nitrile rubber by using ormnic Vervixides,11a the presence of an accelerator. The dosage of vulcanizing agent Is mduced sah- the thermal stability of the vulcanized product is improved by using a oompaund of metals with variable valence as the ac- celerator. ASSOCIATIONs none SUBMITTED: lWun63 ENCLs 00 SUB COM t HT NO REr SOVt 000 OTHERs 000 Arl-1/1 L 01148-66 W(M)/EWP(J) RM ACCESSION Us APS021999 UR/0206/65/000/014/0076/0076 679.1.046(096'09) A4 AUTHOR: Fomicheva, No No-, Ekwiwv, So No -, 10pyrova, No Ye. 1-1, 44f, TITLE: A method for stabilissing alloxane rubber a 6,6ke. Class 39. Roo 172283 SOURCE: Byulletent iz9breteidy i tovarayky makov. no. 14, 1965, 76 TOPIC TAGSs synthetic rubber, siloxans ABSTRACT: This Author's Cerl;lficate Introduces,* method for stabilizing sLloxane rubber stocks containing highly a9tive fU1233016by adding a dialkylailyl aster of pinacol. to the mixture. The period over which the tachnolog'ical properties ofthe stocks and the technical properties of the vulcanized products are maintained Is increased by using 1,3,3,4,4.-pentametbyl-l-ethyl-l-ails-2,5-dioxycyclopentane. ASSOCIATIONt none SUBMITTED: lWun63 EKCL-. 00 SUB CODEs XT N REF SOY: 000 OTHERs 000 0 be L_ 32960-66 EWPO 40tt-kRi AP6ol69O7 lip(c W__ Z~ SOURCE CODE: UR/0138/66/ooo/001/0002/ooo4 -7 v~- AUTHOR: Fomicheva, M. M.; Gordiyenko, N. Ye. ORG: All-Union Scientific Institute atlietic Rubber im. (Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellakiy institut sinteticheskogo kauchuka) TITLE: Effect of carbon gel formation on the technological properties of rubber stocks based on siloxane rubbe-rArith an active filler SOURCE: Kauchuk I rezina, no. 1, 1966, 2-4 TOPIC TAGS: gel, silica gel, carbon product, synthetic rubber, siloxane, silane, hydroxyl group ABSTRACT: A method is proposed for using kinetic curves of carbon gel formation to evaluate the t.5chnological properties of stocks based on siloxane rubbers with active fillers?of the Aerosil type.\4 The specimens selected for study were made up of dimethylsiloxane rubber,Crith Y-333 silicagel and Aerosil. Tetramethylethylene- dioxydimethylsilane (P8-4) was added in various quantities as a stabilizer.15Tbe rubber stocks were stored at a temperature of 20-250C. It was f6und that the quantity of carbon gel in stocks with silicagel and Aerosil is practically identical immediately after preparation. This indicated that the same type of absorption force is at work Initially in both types of filler. The carbon gel in the stock Card UDC: 678.84:678.033.004.12 L F-A~:-C- NRt Ap6oi69O7 0 with Aerosil increases from 40 to 75% after one day of aging. This is apparently uue to the chemical reaction between the hydroxyl groups in the silica and residual zilanol groups in the rubber. After three days of aging, the gel content in ';tocks with Aerosil has increased to 80% and the technological properties of the iuL,':~,r have deteriorated to the point where it can no longer be reprocessed. Rubber stocks with Acrosil retain a smooth surface during storage for 20 days at reduced temperatures. This improvement in technological properties is accompanied by retarded gel formation iff the stocks. An active additive also slows down gel formation. Increased aging time increases shrinkage of the stocks, an effect which is intensified by reducing the amount of stabilizer added to the mixture. Maximum chrinkagc is nboerved nt c. M ^4' r -nortq 'hv vpiolht. Ftfter which there is a reduction in shrinkage. With the proper selection of st~biliie-r ,doisage, shrinkage and gel content are practically independent of storage time. Orig. art. has: 3 figures, 1 table, SUB CODE: ll/ SUBM DATE: 3lMar65/ ORIG REF: 002/ OTH REF: 002 Card Ochurki E~monormichcskoro btroitcll6tva M. Levero-VoiLoke, ldtaya (Outuline of -.conomic Construction in Horth-Last China) Moskva, ilkademIaliga, 1~56. 211- P. Tnblmi. At Eezid of Title: ,'~k;,domiy& 1huk Institit L1ibl--oUr,phicz1 lbootnctos. INS FONICHEVA, N.A. Use of lacquer and paint coatings for the protection of fermentation chambers and conditioners in t9bppao fermentation plants. Lakokras. mat. i ikh prim. no.2:39-40 163, , (MIRA 16!4) (Protective coatings) (Tobacco industry-lkuipment and supplies)