SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT N.V. FOMINA - YE.A. FOMINA

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S/079/63/033/003/005/005 ,Vinyl monomers on the basis of A066/A126 The monoeyolohey7l and monobenzyl eaters of auccinio, glutaric, and adipic acid boil at high tompor6turee and decowpose during distillations Thore .,.are 4 tabless ..ASSOCIATION: Lisiohanskiy filial Gosudarstvonnogo instituta azotnoy promy- sbilennosti i prodi&.tov organicheskogo sinteza (Lisichansk Branch of the State Institute for the Nitrogen Industry and fa~ Produots of Organic Synthe6is) L 14948-63 EWP(J)/EPr,(c)IMT,(m)/BDS ASD Pc-4/" RM/M( ACM816N NRt A13003790 S/0190/63/005/007/100SAM 'AUTHORSs "dlin, G arova, S. M.; Forina, N. V.; Chukur A P. N 2,beno TITLEs Polymerizatio f vinylalkyl esters of d TcarmMic acids SOURCEt Vy*sokonoloku.1yarny*ye soyedineniya, v. 5, no. 7, 1963, 1008-1011. TOPIC SAGS% polymerization, vinylalkyl aster dicarboxylic acid benzoyl peroxide AWMAM The polymerization process of vinylalkyl esters'of succinio, gluteric, and adipic acids was studied. Experiments were conducted in sealed amrAdes containing 20 gins of' the monomer and 0.1 gm of dissolved benzoyl pero7ftde in an ntmospbere of either nitrogen or air. The ampules viere placed in a water bath At temperatures ranging from 65 to 120C, and the progress of the polymerization :followed by*bromine number determination. :rt was found that the rate of polymer- izp-tion increased with the temperature, the yield of the viny1metIVIsuccinate poly-:-, mer at lOOC being, more than ten times the yfleld at 80C. In a vacuum the polymer- ization proceeded at a higher rate and at lovier temperntures, wKle the prevence of, oxygen delkyed it. It was also recorded that the esters of adipic ncid polymerize somewhat faster as compared with the esters of succinic and glutaric acid. gut it Card 1/2 L 14948-63 'ACCESSICN NRI AP300-IM "Was-also found thitt the induction period of po3,vmer formation increases from vinylmet~71succinjtte to -Any1he371succinate and practis,13y ceases With the vinyl- byptylauccinate enter. Orig. art. has: 1 chart and 4 tables. ASSOCTAI-TCN: Lisichans)dy fillal.gosudarstvennogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo i royektnogo instituta azotnoy prorT*shlomnostj i productoy organicheskogo sinteza sichan Branch of the State Scientific Research and Production Tnstitute of the . M Nitrogen InduRry and Pro du t -6-5-f' -Orft-a 6 -1'7~n Fe`51-0- v SUBMITTEM 18Dec6l DATE ACQ; O$Augl5p- INCLt 00 SUB CODE: OR NO REF SOV: 004 OTMMt 004 KLAZS, B.; FOWHA, 0. Studying the expenditure of labor in the textile industr- y. Sots. trud 7 no.91llPrI13 S 162. (MIRA 15:9) 1. Proyektno-konstruktorskoye bywo Upravleniya legkoy promyshlennosti Soveta narodnogo khozyaystva Latviyskoy SSR. (Latvia--Textile industry) IT"JI'A 0, Foran 10,61. nwilm i zhyttia U no.n:5f!-59 S 161. (1 14: 10) (youth-congres-es) SOV/81-59-16-56921 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, 1959, Nr 16, pp 136-137 AUTHORS: ,Fomina, O.A., Smirnov, N.S. TITLE: The Spectral Method of Determining Admixtures in the Tin of Tinning Pots PERIODICAL: V sb.: Materialy 1-go Ural'skogo soveshchaniya po spektroskopii, 1956. Sverdlovsk, Metallurgizdat, 1958, pp 68-69 ABSTRACT: 'The spectra are excited in a discharge of a condensed spark from an N-_, generator at a capacitance of 0.01.* farad and a self-induction of 0.55 millihenry and are photographed with an ISP-22 spectrograph. The sample in the form of rods Is cast into a chill mold; the butts of the rods are carefully leveled to a plane. A Ni-electrode sharpened to a cone with an area of 1 mm in diameter is used as a permanent electrode. The value of the operation gap is 2 mm, of the auxiliary gap 2.5 mm; the preliminary spark treatment for Pb, Cu and Bi is 5 see at an exposure of 1 min. The determination of As, Te, 3b, Al and Zn is carried taut without spark treat- Card 1/2 ment by the superposition of the spectra with a double exposure in the SGV/81-59-16-56921 The Spectral Method of' Determining Admixtures in the Tin of Timing Pots course of 1 min. The calibrating graphs are plotted in the coordinatesaS, versus 1gC. The analysis of 9 samples can be made in 1 shift with admissible discrepancies between the results of the parallel analyses of 10% for Pb and 20% for the remaining elements. G. Kibisov. Card 2/2 POKIU. O*A*; SHIRNOT, N.S.; TSIOILKOVA, M.D.; YAKOVISVA. Z.Ta.; GARVILOV. G.A. 11" -NOMEMW Brief reports, Zav, lab, 23 no-'c'.593 '57. (Km 10-.8) (Speetrum amlyale) (Notallurgical analysis) Ile R tr . I i f j 1 'rL 14 :4 .0, a 1. 4 - 3 r 1 2,.11 a, -a Lr .3 r AKIMOVP V.S.; ABRAMOVICH, S.Sh.; KREYMER, M.L.; YEFREYLVA, M.I.; MARKEYEVAP L.I.; MMINA, 0.1. High-viscosity distillates as an additional resource in the production of motor oils. Trudy BashNII NP no.6:24-34 163. (MIRA 17:5) 6 SIMJ'IN' G.S. I FOMI~~A _pop- Measuring ripples on bearing rings. Izm.tekh. no.2:11-13 Mr-Ap 158. (MIRA 11:3) (Bearings (K&qhinsry),) (ReslOuring Instruments), FOMINA. OlIgs, Pavlovna, doyarka; KONDRATITAV, I.F.. red.; SEKENCRM. B.I., Ye.A., tekhn.red. re [We shall obtain 5.000 kilograms of milk per cow per year) Budet 5000 kilogrammov moloka ot korovy v god. Iluibyshev, Kuibyshevskoe knizhnoe Izd-vo, 1960. 18 p. (MIRA 14:1) 1. Kolkhoz Imeni VOW ]Eoldybanskogo rayons, (for Pomina). (Dairying) I ~7 NR~- APS007337 S/0135/65/000/003/0013/0014 7 AUTHOR: Fomina. 6. 11. (Engineer);_ davramk,~: V. V (Can ... -he - - - - --didatit Of technical -sciences) 7 - D'Yac n1~o_-S-_'5- (Candidate.,of technical sciences); Seleziley A. G (Candidate Of technical science ); German, Of tecGical sciences) --JITLE: -Simulating the-white-stripe in welded joints SOURCE: Svarachnoye proizvqdsj:vo,no. 3, 1965,-13-14 TOPIC TAGS:_ steel weldinal.veid seam strength, white stripla, perlitic steel,- eel, a116 steelt t .h ermaIIdeIgIradation, gradient heating, -,,carbon.st ~y- ABSTRACT: The authors note that a white stripe is observed In the heating zone during . the ma.c.ro-etching . of, welded j oint temi?lates of perli-i:e steel s and that, -ac .cording to earlier investigations, this stripe is located in a zone corresponding base metal to intercritical temperatures.- The need for study in :~~this area is noted and It ia.pointed out that: simulation is the sole feasible me- thod for such.-resear6h, __ In thloarticle, therefore, the problem of i3finulating the-, ---- -- white atripe in~ welded joints is considered. in this connei:tion, the authors pro- pose that a well known method he used, for the purpose of slmulation, involving the gradient heating,of wedge-iihaped.samples., In the tests described in the paperp rectangular samples of differentcarbon and alloy steals (measuring 10 i 10 x 25 Card I/i' 0 L 34083-65 ACCESSION NR: AP5007337 ---------- - ~'and 20 x 20 x 50 MMY were f Iai-hiid- of f,----as -we'll- as -round- samples 18 mm in diameter, and 50 mm longo Depending on the-size of the samples, the rate of heating in the Upper range of-the temperatures teated varied from 10 -to 20 degrees/second. Af- ter flash-offt the samples,were cooled at a rate of 70 degreestsecond (in water) 8-13 degrees/second (in air) and 5-6 degreei/second (in sand heated to 400 C), thus permitting the study of the processes In the formation of those structures, differunt in character, which take place in the white stripe of real welded joints Under different types and conditions of-wel4ing. -The authoi:s emphasize that the method described in this paperpermits the ptudy of inechanical properties only-at a function of structure. on the other hand, in actual welded joints, th"se pro- perties may change somewhat due to the field of stresses which develc~p during Welding. lJowever, such variations will ineiritably be of only a quantitative, and not a qualitative, nature. In this way, the i4mulation methods proposed in this -qrticle (that is, the "gradient heating method" or the method involving the ma- chining of separate samples from the intercritica-1 temperature interval) are con-- venient for,the study of the structural formation process-es and for determining a complete net of mechanical properties of1the white.stripe. Specifically, the most suitable method of,gradient heating.is found to be the electric heating of wedge-shaped samples* The,.consideicable wifth of the uhite stripe in this case and Card 2/3 "! , " =rE A ---N ~L,-P .1 - ~! I , ~ -~ - ~~- 1, rI , - , , fv-Y~2 L. I I.: - I , -, . !-'. !~,-- -1 --, - - :Z-1 , .,, - ~ ~ ;~ - - , - ., - ., ., r '. I I I . - ~. !; ~;A, - . FWNA 0 P., inzh.; GAVRANEK, V.V., kand. tekhn. nauk; DIYACHFNKO, S.S., kand. tekhn. nauk; SELEZNFV, A.G., kand. tekhn. nauk; GERMAN, S.I., kand. tekhn. nauk Modeling the white streak in weldments. Svar. proizv. no.3t 13-14 mr 165. (MIRA 180) 1. KharIkovskiy politekhnicheskiy institut imeni V.I.Lenina (for Seleznev). 2. KharIkovskiy turbinnyy zavod imeni. S.M.Kirova (for German). ~PtLI~LA,-"; GAVRANEK, V.V.; D'YACHENKO, S. .; SELEZITEV, A.G.; GER40, S.I. Nature of the white streak in welds. Metalloved. i tem.obr.met. no.1:46-47 Ja 165. (MIRA 180) 1. Kharlkovskiy politekhnicheskiy institut i Kharikovskiy turbinnyy zavod. VAIIISHTICYN, A.B.; NOMINA, O.S. Results of the treatment of cutaneous tuberculosis with PAS. Vest, vener., Moskva no.1:45-46 Jan-lob 1953. (CLKL 24--2) 1, Professor for Baynahtsyn; Scientific Associate for Fomina. 2. Of the Institute of Skin Tuberculosis (Director -- Prof. Ir. V. Shebanov) and of PtLahkin Children's Inposorium. GOLODNIKOVP G.V.; DITAKONOV, I.A.; REPINSKAYA, I.B.;._FOMINA, O.S. Copper sulfate catalyzed reaction of diazoacetic ester with 3-trimethylsilyl-l-propene and 4-trimethylsilyl-l-butene. Zhur.ob.khIm. 33 no.7:2422-2423 Jl 063. (MIRA 1618) 1. Leningradskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. (Silicon organic compounds) (Acetic acid) DIYAKONOV, I.A.; GOWDIIIKCV, G.V.; REPItaKAYA, I.B.;. ~).S. Reactions of diphonylmethylene and carbethoxycarbene with alkenylsilanes, Zliuroob.khim. 33 no.10:3438-3439 0 163. (MIRA 16:1.1) 1e Leningradskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. - A, Y a. Fonina, 0. Ya. "ResulLs of tile work of the Unbek fmit, si,udy st:Ainn on the us,,-~ of fri-~shly-harvcsted pol.ato tuboro far sccond sammor phmUtrr", (In .-.",jnina, - Y~.)y By-alleten' po T)"o(lovoristvu, vino-radarstvu I ovoc;!,c',,Iovodstvu, No. 8, 19L,7, P. 135-53- - L - -) - I SO: U-092 19 Augubt 53 (Latopis 'Zhurnal Iny1ch "Itatuay, Ho 'I, 1~49). FPM MA, P. [MY experience as a zootechniclan] Mol opyt raboty zootekhnikom. MoGkva, X-vo nall.khoz. SSSR, 1955. (MIRA 10:12) (Stock and atockbreeding) FOMINA, P.I.; GIAWS, R.M. Dynamic prothrombin test in Infectious diseases in puerperium. Akush. gin., Moskva No.1:58-60 Jan-Fab 52. OIKL 21:4) 1. Docent for Yomina and Candidate Medical Sciences for Glants. 2. Of the Obstetric-Gywcoloeieal Clinic (Head--Prof. D.Ye. Shmundak) of Kharlkoy Medical Institute and of the Donor Department of the Ukrainian Scientific-Research Institute for Blood Transfusion (Director Prof. A.L. Slobodskoy). YOKINA,. P.I., dotgont. Takata-Ara reaction in puerperal infection. Akush.i gin. no.2:85-87 Nr-Ap 154. (KLRA 7:6) 1 Is akushersko.,gi.nekologicheakoy kliniki (zaveduyushchiy professor I):Ys.Shmundak') Tharlkovskogo maditainakogo Instituta. (Puerperal septicemia) YOKIRA, P.I., dotsent Modification of antitoxic functions of the liver in septic diseases in puerperium. Akush. I gin. no.3:77-78 MY-Je 154. MRA 7:8) 1. Is akush*rsko-ginekologichookoykltaikI (say. prof. D.Yo.Shoundak) lbarlkovskogo meditsinskogo, Instituta. (PUS122M INFICT 101 0 b7siology. Oliver funct. testel (LIM FUNCTION TBSTS In various diseases. *Vuerperal lufact.1 FOMINA, P.Ye.,..zootekhnik, zasluzhenAyy zootekhnik RSFSR An average yield of 4,640 kilograms of milk with a 4.06 per cent butterfat content of the herd. Zhivotnovodstvo 24 no.5t55-60 my 162. (MIRA 16-10) 1. Kolkhoz *Nova3ra zhizn", Kholmogorskogo rayona Arkhangellskoy oblasti. L 1 ACC NRs AP6015287 (N) ii6URCE COM UR/0365/66/002/003/0318/0322- AUTHOR: Kochergin, V. P.; Shavri-na, Z. A.;_Lomina, T. 1. ORGS Ural State University Im. A. M. Gortkiy (Urallskly gosudarstvennyy universitat) TITIX: Iron orrosio In molten chloride I., and phosphates of alkali metals and calcivas q, f--t~ --i' ~ -L' 7 SOURCE: Zashchita metallov, v. 2, no. 3. 19660 318-322 TOPIC TAGS1 chloride, phosphate, corrosion rate, Iron ABSTRACTt Iron corrosion processes were studied in the following meltat LiP% - LiCk L1,LPA - L0, Li,PO, - LWI; NaPOs -1N&Cj, Na4P201 - NaC1, NasPO4 - NaC1, NaPO3 - NaF; Mp.- KC). Xh()~-KCI, KsP0&-KC1; C&(P0J)2-GAC12. Ca2P2()~-C&C1'4 CMJ W04) 2 - CaC12, A decrease In the corrosion rate or iron was established In the series of meta-9 pyraj and orthophosphate melts, and for molten mixtures of phosphates and chloridest in tho series of cations Ca2+ - LI+ - Na+ - Kt. The corrosion rate of iron In these melts decreases with Increasing exposure and decreasing temperature. In melts kept In a vacuum and In a nitrogen atmosphere, the corrosion rate of iron Is lower than In selt'll Card 1/2 UDCs 620.193.43 ACC NR, AN not subjected to such treatment. In chloride-phosphat* melts, w8atite forms on the surface of Iron; In chloride-pyrophosphate "Its, magnetite Is formodv and In chloride-notaphomphate melts, polymer phosphatejand Iron phosphide coat the Iron surface. Orig. art. host 4 figures. SUB CODEs W/- SUMN DAM 20Jan65/ ORIG RM 024/ OTH Wi Oll ~2/2 t I (A TOI.;HCHEV, A.P., kandidat veterinarnykh nauk; SOLOVYXV, F.A., kandidat veterinarnykh nw, , YOMINA, T-H., nauchnyy sotrudnik. Toxicoste in farm animals from bites of sivulium gnats. Veteri- narita, 30 no-7:49-50 Jy '53. NLu 6:7) 1. Irkutskays, nauchno-iseledovatellskaya vaterinarnaya opy-tnaya stantaiya. -F(1,1114.1 T.-S'p Session of the Scientific Council of the Institute of the Hydrolysis and Sulfite i lesokhbu.prom. 15 no.1:31-32 162. StaLe Scientific Research Alcohol Industx7. IGidroliz. kMIRA 1833) .1 - r: GAYDAPW , S., student; SMIRNYAKOVA, G., studentka; KUZIMINA, E., studentka; LIPOVA, R., studentka; FOMINA, T., studentka; PAVLOVA, IN., studentka; KALDIOVA, M., sEud ; SHCHELKO, A., student; SHCHERBAKOVA, L., studentka; GUDOCIIKINA, L.M. Effect of salinity on the results of determining the specific weight of soils. Sbor. nauch. trud. Kaz GMI no.19:197-198 '60. (MIRA 15:3) (Soils--Analysis) lei, -1 .I k Anomalous winters on the Sea of Azov. Sbor. rab. r,:,,O CHAN no.2: 88-92 1.64. (,-JfIRA 18:2) CHZRNYSFEV, M.P.; ROZHKOV, L.P.; SHULIGINA, Ye.F.; IGNATOVICIH A F LABUNSKAYA, L.S.;_LO~qk4,_ T.V.; GHERNYAKOVA, A.P.; SijAkO*VA, L.N.; TARASOVA, M.K.; ANFiLAMA, A.I.; SLAVIN, L.B.; BARYSHEVSKAYA, G.I.; DERIGLAZOVA, N.V.; MATUSHEVSKIY, G.V.; ALITMAN, E.N.; KROPACHZV, L.N.; CHEREDILOV, B.F.; POTAPOV, A.T.; DUDCHIK, M.K.; REGENTOVSKIY, V.S.; YERMAKOVA, L.F.; SDIENOVA, Ye.A.; KULIKOVSKIY, I.I.; KIRYUKHIN, V.G.; AKSENOYp A.A., red.; NEDOSHIVINA, T.G., red.; SERGEYEV, A.N., tekhn. red.; BRAYNINA, M.I., tekhn. red. (Hydrometeorological handbook of the Sea of Azov) Gidrometeoro- logicheskii spravochnik Azovskogo moria. Pod red. A.A.Aksenovs. Leningrad, Gidrometeoizdat, 1962. 855 p. (MIRA 16:7) 1. Gidrometeorologicheskaya observatorlya Chernogo i Azovskogo mors~,. (Azov, Sea of-Hydrometeorology) I W I-')I I De t(xmination of the -molecuitir deigilt of cellujose triacetate obtained by acetylation of woc~d cQllulOz;e hY the ccm-ined I osmo- and v1scos-imetric matticii.. 'hur. prikl. hi!i:.-I- 3-. nu.2c): 1'1263-2;~68 o 164. Lekmo lot-,! promyshlr:,,;nootj. i-L 38582-65 -A SION NR: Ap5Diio46 MVbo8o/64/G37/o10/2263/2?_68 AUMOR: Dymarchuk, ff P.; Mi TITLE: - Characteristics of the molecular wt4ght of' cel2uloae --triacetatt obtained by acetylation of wood cellulose by a combination of os=mec~ic -land Viscometric ruethod's SOURCE: Zhurnal prikladuoy khimii, v. 37* n6. lo, 1964. 2263-2268 TOPIC TAGS: callulosic.plastic, celluloaetmolecularweight Abstract::-- Physical-nonunifOrmify of cellul,ose triacetate obtained by acetylation-, of wood cellulose is studied in this repoct. A batch of partially saponified cellulove triacetate with an acetyl number of 61 and a degree of polymerization of the %yood cellulose specimens equal to 1280 was selected for the investiga- tion. To determine the chemical nonuniforutity in the original samples and in subsequent fractions of the a.riginal sample&, the content of bound acetic acid was determined. It was found that in all cases the content was 61%. that-is, the fractions, were chemically homogeneous. The molecular weight was calcula-, ted from data of viscoaLmetrLa weasurementa.. Omj.'art. has 6 formulas, 4 graphs, and 3 tables* !ACCESSION NR: AP3011046 ASSOCIATIONt Leningradskiy tekhnologichaeldy institut tsellyulowo-bumazImoy promyshlenno!3ti (Leningrad Technological Institute of the Cellulase-Paper Industry)' smmmmn o3%,v62 ENCL: CO SUB CODEP: HT, GO 1 NO REF SOV: 003 OTHM: 001 JPRS FOMINA, V A C, .R92358 Bazis i nadstroyka (Foundation and superstructure) Moskva, "Sovetskaya Naukao, 1953- 33 P. At head of title: Russia. Upravleniye Prepodavaniya Obshchestvennykh Nauk. FOMINA, V.A., professor. Scientific legacy of G.T.Plekhanov; on the centenary of his birth. Teet.AN SSSR 26 no.11:50-61 1 156. (NM 9:12) (Plekhanov. 09orgii Talentinovich. 1856-1918) BYCIUCOV, S.M.; ZBjIRSKIY, I.B.; MUITOVA, A.I-; FOMINA, V.A. Mucopopysaccharides and mucoproteins metabolism in cell nuclei. Dok1ad7 Akad. nauk SSSR 78 no.1:99-101 1 May 1951. (CUS 20:9) 1. First Moscow Medical Institute. 2. Presented by Academician A.D. Speranskiy 23 January 1951. V- BYCHKOV, S.K., YOKINA, V.A. Internction of chondromucold and procollagen [with summary in English) Vop.med.khim, 4 no.109-64 Ja-F'58 (MIRA 11:5) 1. laborntoriya Hinisterstva zdravookhrnneniyn SSSR, Moskva. (COLLAGU. procollagen, interaction with chondromucoid (Rus)) (CAR? ILAW 6 C~hon-dromucoid, interaction vith Procbllagen (Rua)) BYCHKCVp S.M.; FCMIXAp V*A* Study on tendon mucoids. Vop.med.khIm. 6 no,5:528-532 S-0 160. 1. Iaboratbty of the Ministry of Healthg U.S.S.R.9 Mascow. (MUCIN) (TENDONS) LIST, F.D.; FOMINA __Y,A-..;~_ZTKIN, Z.A. ~"-. A Automatic crossing signals with electronic audio frequency Lrack circuits. Avtom., telem. i avlazi 9 no.110.4-7 065. (MIRA 18:12) 1. Vedushchlyo konatruktory kona tnik tore kogo byiiro Glimogo upravleniya signalizataii i svyiii Ministerstva putey soobshcheniya. LISTY F.D.1-FOMML V.A.; ETKIN, Z.A, Automatic signaling system with electronic track circults for railroad crossings. Avtom., telem. i aviaz' 9 no.12j 8-12 D 165. (MIF-k 19al) 1. Vedushchiye konstruktory konstruktorskogo byuro Glavnogo upravleniya signalizatsii i avyazi Ministerstva putey soobshcheniya. IJIL c) 4C-C N R: AP6014268 8/0 131 SOURCE CODE: UR/0153/605/oog/col/012 AUTHOR: Gridunov, I* T Fomina V A. ORG: Rubber Technology Department, Voscow Institute -of Fine Chemical Technolo 7 In. 1-1. V, Lomonosov (Kafedra tekhnologii, reziny, 'Moskovskiy Institut tonkoy khimichaskoy tekhnologii) TITLE: Effect of carbon blacks on the resistarze of Nairit-base rubbers to tempera- ture changes SOURCE. IVUZ. Khimiya i khimicheskaya tekhnologiya, v. 9, no. 1, 1966, 123-131 TOPIC TAGS: natural rubber, carbon black, synthetic rubber, tensile strength ABSTRACT: The effect of DG-100, and BS-40 brands of carbon black on tho re- sistance of Nairit-base rubbers to temperature chantgas, i. e., thoir ability to re- tain their mechanical promrti4durin'g short increases of temperature to 1GOOC, was studied by comparing these properties to those of natural rubber. T'ne f"ollowing cor.- positions were studied (in parts by weight): comaosition A (Nairit 100, `=-O 10, Z:,,O 5, chlorinated paraffin 5-5) and com~position B (natural rubber 100, ZnO 5, sulfu.- 3, morcaptobenzothiazole 0.7, stearic acid 0-5). The coafficion't'. of resistance 4- o tcj:-.- perature changes was determined in the 50-1500C ranze as the ratio of tho tonsile th. obtained at no- strength obtained at the testing temperature to the tensile stren.,- mal temperature. The most pronounced increase in resistance to tamperaturo changes L 36182--56 ACC NR: AP6014268 is produced by the addition of M-70 and DG-100 carbon black. The extent of change in this resistance changes with the carbon black content of the rubbor and the test- ing temperature of the vulcanizates. This dependence passes th-rough a whi'~-"'I is observed at a testing temperature of 12000. It is concluded thaot contraz-j to con- mon practice, the resistance of rubbers to temperature changes should not be deter- mined at 100, but at 12OOC. Orig. art. hast 4 figurt-is and I table. SUB CODES II/ SUM DATES 21 SOP63/ ORIG: 003/ OTH REFI 002 2/2,W/ z2 FORMA, Vera AlekuAn´┐ŻjZoyna; BELDZERTSEV, Vladimir Illich; MASLINA, -9.-N-., ~edq NAUMOV, K.M., tekhn. red. (Special features in the development of the socialist method of production] Osobennosti razvitiia sotsialisticheskogo spo- soba proizvodstva. YOBkva, Izd-vo VPSh i AON pri TsK KPSS, 1962. 340 P. (MIIU 15:6) (EconomicB) L 06344-67 EWP(J)/EWT(M) IJP(c) RM ACC NRt AF600-6-326 SOURCE -66Dr-,T--URIVIff[66-lo69l6C~310IP9i[64~~-I 14) AUT6s Gridunove to T.: Frostakov. N. Sj; Rodionovas-Vt G.; 14K_8h_AV_1_nA_A ~N_Lu* k-Fominal V. A. OROS Dopartmont of Rabber Technology, Moscow Institute of Fine Chemical Teabnology ine IM. V. Lomonos?v (Kafedra tekhnologii reziry, Moskovskly Institut tonkoy khimichaskay takhnologii); Peoples' Friendship University in. Patrice IWMba (Univer'sitet druzhby narodov) TITLE& IEffect of 1A.5-trimet ayl-44-didehydropiperldinelon the p-laiti-0jit. of Nairit and the physicomechanical properties of Its vulcanizates tb SOURCES IVUZ. Xhimiya I khimicheakaya tokhnologlyap v. 9j, no. 3, 1966# 491-493 TOPIC TAGSs polychloraprene, plasticizer,, vulcanization , Rvei3eR ABSTRACT: Tne effect of IP2,5-trimethyl-4-t)henyl-A4-didehydropiperidine (PD) admix- tures on the plasticity of Nairit rubbers subjected to identical mining at room tem- perature and the influence of heating time on the plastic properties of the rubbers (with~and without PD) were studied. In addition, the effect of PD an vuleanizates of composition A (Nairit 100.09 zinc oxide 5.09 INgO 10.0, rosin 5-0, stearic acid 1,00 pt.~ by wt.) was also studied. It was found that as the PD content rises, the plasticity, I of Nairit Increases; this shows that during the mechanical treatment# degradation of thq rubber takes place in the presence of PD. The rate of reaction of PD with poly- 2 L 0634b-67 ACC NR: A1~603'0_3_26 1 chloroprene is much higher than the rate of oxidative-destructive processes. PD has an appreciable effect on the phy5icomechanical properties of the vulcanizates. As its content increases, the modulip tensile strength and tearing strength decrease somewhat~ It Is apparent that during the vulcanization of Nairit in the presence of PD. not only -C-C- and-i-C-0-C- bondal which strengthen the vulo&nizatesp are formed, but in addi- tionp bonis-like those of quaternary ammonium salts (which do not strengthen the-vul- canizate) may be formedg causing the observed decrease in strength charaotortatic. OLher th-ings beIng equal# this process is miloh slower in the presence-of ZOO than In the presence of MgO. Orig. aft. has$ 2 figures and I table. SUB CODES II/ SUBK DATES O6Ju164/ CRIG REFS 001 FOMINA) V,D.j LUPINGVICH, Yu.l.; KISLIK, V.Z. Jointing of potassilm horizons in the Starobin deposit. Dokl. All BSSR 9 no.7t463-467 Jl 165. (MIRA 18:9) 1, Institut goologichoskikh nauk Goaudar8tvennogo geologicheakogo komiteta SSSR I Pervyy Soligorskiy kaliynyy kombinat. 82 535 Ix r) 0 S/181/60/002/007/010/042 B006/BO70 AUTHORS: Didenko, A. A., Nemilov. Yu. A., Fomina, V. I. TITLE: Investigation of Induced Conductivity in Thin Films of Zinc SulfAdeOLI PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo tela, 1960, Vol. 2. No. 7, PP. 1434-1440 TEXT: The authors investigated the induced conductivity in ZnS films by the electron contact method which is described in the introduction. The films were obtained by sputtering in vacuum. The axperimental arrangement is shown in Fig. 1, and also described. The results of experiments on 0.3 -.- 1p thick films are represented in diagrams~ Fig. 2 shows the potential dependence of dark current for a film thickness of 0.354. The curve may be represented by the function I _ aVn, wherd n increases from 4 5 i (for E lc)5v/cm). The absolute magnitude of the current for positive field directions is 10 to 15 times larger than that for negative directions, the corresponding rdsistivities being (3 x 4).1012ohm.cm and (4 5).jol3ohm.cm. Fio-. 3 shows the Card 1/3 82535 Investigation of Induced Conductivity in s/181/60/002/007/010/042 Thin Films of Zinc Sulfide B006/BO70 dependence of the induced current on the potential at the film for three sampLes with thicknesses of 0-35, 0.63, and 1p. The first sample showed exponential increase of AIind with potential (in the range of 20-60 v), and the other two linear increase. The dependence of the induced current on the electron energy is given by the function g = f(Vp). Fig. 4 shows these curves for a sampLe 0-35P thick for different magnitudes and polarities of voltage, g denoting the amplification factor. All curves have a distinct maximum at about Vp = 11 kv. For other semiconductors, these curves show similar trends . The maximum value of the amplification factor is obtained at an exciting current density of ip=6.10-10a/cm2. VP = Vmax; and does not exceed 280-320. Fig. 5 shows 61ind'f(Ip); and p Fig. 6 shows the dependence of multiplicity on the potential at the film for samples 0.35, 0.5, and 1p thick. The curve for the first sample lies considerably above the other two, and shows a maximum at about 50 v. The results are discussed and summarized as follows: 1) The dark and induced currents do not depend linearly an the applIed potential. The degree of nonlinearity for the induced current is essentially smaller. Card 2/3 In 82535 Investigation of Induced Conductivity in s/lBi/60/002/007/010/0.42 Thin Films of Zinc Sulfide Boo6/BO70 2) For an electron energy-of a few hundred electron volts, the dark current shows a considerable asymmetry. For the dark current the V4,11, rectification factor is 10-15- 3) The induced current also shows an asymmetry. The rectification factor for it is not greater than 2. 4) The amplification factor has a maximum value of 320. The authors thank A. A. Mostovskiy for advice and discussions. There are 6 figures and 9 references: I Soviet, 3 US, 2 British, and 1 Swiss. SUBMITTED: June 15, 1959 Card 3/3 PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION 1077 Prikladnaya geofizika; sbornik statey, vyp. 20 (Applied Geophysics; Collectioa of Articles, v. 20) Moscow, Gostoptekhizdat, 1958. 267 P- 3,000 copies printed. Sponsoring Agency: Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut geofiziche- metodov razvedki. Ed.: Polshkov, M.K.; Executive Ed.: K= Imina, N.N.; Tech. Ed.: Solomonidin, S.M. PURPOSE: This collection of articles is published for scientific, engineering and technical personnel interested in problems of applied geophysics. COVERAGE: These articles are concerned with the methodology of interpreting the results of gravimetric, seismic and electrical surveys. A nev method of depth finding using ultrasonic principles is described in the article by L.A. Sergeyev. Other articles review the collectW properties of rocks on the basis of data obtained from resistometers and the application of charged particle accelerators in well logging. Card l/ 4 Applied Geophysics; Collection of Articles, v. 20) 1077 TABIE OF CONTENTS: Shushakov., S.D. Maltiple Reflection Waves 3 Oblogina, T.I. Cn Diffracted Seismic Waves 25 Radnev, V.N. Assimed Horizons in Seismic Reflection Prospecting Over the Azerbaydzhan SSR 46 Fomina, V.I. Effect of Vertical and Inclined Bouadaries on the Interpret- 7ition of Mectric Logo 6o Veselov, K.E., and Panteleyev, V.L. Effect of Disturbing Accelerations on Gravity Observations With a Static Gravimeter at Sea E6 Zagonov, A.V. Logarithmic Ag Memplates for Half-sphere and Infinite Half-cylinder 101 Card 2/ 4 Applied Geophysics; Collection of Articles , v. 20 1077 Kotlyarevskiy, B-V. Evaluation of Accuracy of Gravimetric Observations, Selection of a Rational Density Grid of Observations and Cross-sections of Iso-anomalies of Gravity log Kudymov, B.Ya., and Kotov, P.T. The Nature of the Induced Electrical Polarization in Sedimentary Rocks 134 Sergeyev, L.A. Ultrasonic Depth Finder for Geophysical Pirposes 141 Ozerskaya, M.L., and Avchyan, G.M. Residual Magnetization Determination in Rock Samples by Dolginov's Astatic Magnetometer 155 Komarov, S.G., and Heyvsar, Z-1. Permeability of Oil Bearing Strata Determined by Specific Resistivities 171 Kozina, Z.K., and Shmarova, V.P. Relations Between the Amplitudi of De- flections in the Resistivity Curve and Specific Resistivities of the Well Water and Drilling Mad Filtrate 206 Potrosynn, L.G. Distortions of the. Field in Side Wall Logging by a Single Strand Cable 215 Card 3/4 Applied Geophysics; Collection of Articles, v. 20 1077 Polyakov, Ye.A. New Types of Borehole Resistometers 221 Zaporozhets, V.M., and Filippov, Ye.M. Application of Charged Particle Accelerators In Borehole Suxveying by Radioactive Logging 234 Tarkhov,, A.G. Statistical Treatment of Findings in Mass Determination of Physical Properties of Samples of Rocks 259 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 4/4 M/fal 1-23-59 A)MINk, V.1. .--- -- -,.. . -Improving methods and tochniques of regional geophysical prospecting for oil and gas in Siberia. Geol.nefti gaza 3 no.11:60-63 N 159. (MIRA 13:3) (Siberia--Pratipecting--GeophysicaI methods) - , FO.M-IM. Qualltative Intnivrntation nf nounding curvos as it blisio in establishing gootectonic rogionn. Razved.i pron.goofit. no-13: 3-21 159. (14IR& 13: 4) Ollectric pro"nocting) FOMINA, V. I., Cand Geol-Min Sci -- (diss) "InLcrpretation wuLhodo in deep electrical probings in the inter-mountain hollows of the Gobi Depression-" Moscow, 1960. 19 pp; (Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialist Education RSFSR, Moscow Inst of Petrochemical ancl Gas 1ndus- try im I. M. Gubkin, Geological Surveys Faculty)i 180 copies; price not given; printed on duplicating machine; (KL, 26-60, 132) YOMINA, V.I. 49termining cross section parameters in interpreting multilayer N-type curves in vertical electric sounding. Prikl.geofiz. no.25: 96-113 160. (MIRA 13:6) (Blectric prospecting) DIDNNKO, A.A..; NIMILOV, Th.A.; YOMINA, V.I. Investigating the induced conductivity,in thin zinc sulfide layerej Piz.tver.tela 2 no.7:1434-1440 J1 60. (MIRA 13:8) (Zinc sulf1de-Slectric properties) FOXINA, Y. I. Increasing the accuracy of determinlqg the thickness of a sedimentary rock complex by making use of relationships governing measurements of the longitudinal resistivity Prikl. geofis. no.27:73-95 '60. O(In 13: 12) (Blectric prospecting) 20779 S-0 S/181/61/003/003/004/030 B102/B214 AUTHORi Fomina, V. I". TITLEt Investigation of the induced conductivity in thin layers of Sb 2S3and Sb2 Se3 PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo tela, v- 3, no- 3, 1961, 701-703 TEXTs The results of experimental investigations of induced conductivity of sandwich-type layers produced by vacuum sputtering are reported in this paper. The dark resistivity of the Sb 2S3 layers at room temperature lay between 4-5-10 12 and 5-6-10 13 ohm-om; the Sb2Se3 layers had o-109ohm-cm. In the entire range of temperatures the dependence of the induced current (or the amplification factor g) on the electron energy in the exciting beam can be represented by curves analogous to those for cther amorphous aemi-,onduotors (Fig. 1). In contrast to other compoundai however, As 2S3 shows no change in the position of the maximum on a change In the temperature of the layer. At room temperature, the mean g values for 3b 2S 3 lie between 600-700, and for Card 1/5 Investigation of ... 20779 S/161/61/003/003/004/030 B102/B214 Sb2Se 3 between 1500-1700. The volt-ampere characteristics of dark and in- duced currents are non-lines-.-. The dark current has a linear seotion at a voltage of 104v/cm in the layer; an increase of the vDltage increases the non-linearity of the volt-ampere characteristics substantially. All samples show unipolarity of the dark current as well as of the induced current. For Sb2S 3layers, the resistance in the dark as well as in the excited state was greater for negative polarity. The rectification factor for the d d) unexcited state was -5-7 and decreased with time. In some cases, the'recti- fication factor changed its sign after a long irradiation. On excitation it decreased to 1-1-1-7. For Sb 23e3 it was sometimes )1 and sometimes 0. In- crease of temperature led to an increase in the degree of non-linearity of the volt-ampere characteristics. On decreasing the temperature, the range of validity of Ohm's law was extended. Fig. 2 shows the temperature charac- teristics of the induced current (IH) and the dark current (IT.), namely, log IR - f(I/T) in the range of 140 to -'1000C for 0.5,u- thick layers of Sb 2S3 and Sb2Se 3' From the slope of the dark current curves, the activation energy Card 2/5 207 S/1 8 1/617003/003/004/030 Investigation of ... B102/B214 for Sb2 S3 was calculated to be 1.6 ev (spread; 1.3-1.7 ev); the slope of the induced current curves Bhowed that dE11,; 0.5-0.6 ev. At temperatures lower than room temperature, the slope of e dark current curve gave an activation energy of 0.5-0.6 ev. The low-temperature slopes for some in- duced current curves were also determined, and it was found that AEH~- 0.08-0.1 ev. No lower slopes were found in this temperature range for Sb 2Se 3* The following resulte were foundi E T - 0.6-1.6 ev, and LE H. 0.2-0.3 ev. (The subscript d (. dark) is identical with T). When the in- duced and dark currents have become comparable in magnitudd, furthar in- crease in temperature leads to a lowering of the induced current. The posi- tion of the maximum depends on the excitation level. The temperature at which the maximum of the induced current was observed was 15-2 0 C or most I.ayers of Sb2 Se3 and 120-140 0 C for Sb 2S 3* 1H.' f(ip) (i P_ current strength in the exciting beam) for 4-10- 9aii 140-10-9a was also studied for layers of Sb S It was found that I - ai n at room temperature, n - 0.5-0.6. The 2 3' H. p temperature dependence of the induced conductivity was found to be analogoue Card 3/5 ~e_ 20779 Investigation of S/181/61/003/003/004/030 B102/B214 to that of the photocurrent of Sb2 S3 and Sb2Se3 layers studied by B. T. Kolomiyets and V. M. Lyubin. T. L. Maslennikova, a student of LGU (Leningrad State University) is thanked for assistance. There are 3 fig- ures and 4 referencess 2 Soviet-bloc and 2 non-Soviet.-bloc. SUBMITTED: July 15, 1960 Card 4/5 TALISMLN, L.V.; SAVEWYEV, A.P.; FOt9NAz-_V-I.; CHERNUKRINA, V.G. Method of increasing the output of propylene. Xhim.i tekh.topl.i masel 7 no.7:15-20 J1 162. (KRA 150) 1. Novokuybyshevskiy filial Vsesoyuznogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo institute sinteticheskikh smol. (Propene) 0 LYUBIN, V.M.; FOMINA, V.I. Photoolectret and cathodoolectret state In TI2So.As2So3layers. Fiz. tvar. tela 5 no.12:3367-3372 D '63. (MIRA 17:2) TALISMAN, I,-V-; FOMIRA V.I.; ASTRINA, A.D. Drying pyrogenous gas with silica gel and molecular sieves. Gaz. prom. 8 no.ll'-45-47 163. (MIRA 17:11) ez BYR, S.Sh-- FCMIXA V I SKURIYAT, E.N. Data on the oquilibrium of the hydrates of propylene and its mixtures. Gaz, prom, 10 no9800-32 165. (MIRA 1899) 'IM 77-7 V.I.; BYK, S.Sh.; lVANOVSKAYA, G.F.; SKURIMM, S.N. Vapor-liquid equilibrium in the system isopropyl alcohol - propane propylene fraction in the region of small concentrations of -sopropyl alcohol. Khim.prom. 41 no.7:509-510 Jl 165. (14IRA 18:8) L 43218-65 EPA. M ~,ir~/Pab-10 ACCESSION NR: AP5010153 .Yjp(c) -,.qD'J/JD UR'0020/6r-/161/0'02/0324,/&,~,4~4 V Tr s in, L.E. AUTHOR: Lyubin,.V-..X.; Fomina, yri TITTLEi Characteristic features*of the- wnductance and photacondiiatance of thim i~e-A~-layers In strong electric fields :-SOURCE: LN SSSR. Doklady, v. 161, no. 2, 1965, 324-327 TOPIC TAGS- soleniurilars-mide. layers- photocor4uctance, photoolfect, se=iconductor zatexloa - ~ABWRAQT; Soiirce materials were produced by fusLng various compositions from ISO, f lAs to 2Se, Ths in the presence of air or CuO In vacuum wh1oh introduced oxygerx iinto the alloy. Amorphous layers of these alloYs 0.3-1.4-elthick were vacuum- s~rayed onto seaLitransparent electrodes. (films of Pt, Au, Al, and SnO2). In weak ';fields, the steady-state dark current value was attained in a few seconds while in z:stronger fields (105v/cm), the dark current was, still growing after 1 hour. Also Ithe speciriens suddenly exposed to ligh-~ exhibited. abnormal. behavior. An explanatioa!__ ,is advanced that the recombination in the abovc) 3-component films is possible only !at shallow levels subject to ionization in the fields abolat 5X104 to 10rv/cm- IiOrig. art. has: 3 figures. (021 ASSOCIATION': none 1/2-- ll 43218-65 !ACCESSION 11R: AP5010158 %t64 ENCLs 00 SUBMITTED: 140a !NO REF SOY: 009 OTHER: 004 SUBCODE: ATD PRESS.- K:'18 TALISMANY L.V.; FIOMINA, V-I-; KOROKHOVA, N.I. Dehydration of hydrocarbon solvents with silica gal. Nefte"r. I meftekhim. -10.5:34-38 163. (MIRA 17:8)' 1. Novokuybyebevskiy filial Nauchno-issledovatel'skogo inkituta sinteticheskikh spirtov. .4 OKOROKOVS S.D.; FOWMA, V.K. Comparative study of some autoclave hardened cements. Trudy LTI no.5904-59 061. (MIRA 170) FWRIA, V. 1,11. Tumors Three cases of myeloma. Vest. rent. i rad., no. 1. 1953. Monthly List of Runsian Accessions, Libru7 of Congress,, 13jag 1953. Unclassified* DOBYCHT11, B.D., professor; SHIPACHEV. V.G.. professor; SIN.LUVICH, N.A., pro- fesuor; KOLGIMIOGOV, P.D., doteent; SETICHILW, Z.T., datsent; KAYRICITOVA, R.M., assistent: STAIMVICH, M.V., ussiatent; lv~-M --l assintent; RU14YXITS'EVA, V.L. asniatent. In memory of K.F.Sapozhkov. Khirurgiia no.8:86 Ag '51. (MLIL& 6:9) (SUP02likov, Konstantin Petrovich, 1874-19!i2) KUBLAITOV, Anatoliy Vasillyevich Ah AV ,j_ FOMINA, V.M. red.; P 'IV ', P.S., red. izd-va; BELOGEROVAl I.W 0 t-Okyli"O Fid- [Business accounting of a construction crew]Khozraschet v stroitellnoi brigade; iz opyta raboty korplekenoi brigady I.IA.Tumanova. Trost Wo.", 51)-EV+ L&M. Leningrad, 1962. 33 P. (Leningradskii dom nauchno-tokhnichaskoi propagandy. Obmen peredovym opytom. Seriia: Stroitellnaia prouWshlen- nost'.. no.151 (HIRA 15:12) (Leningrad-Construction industry-Accounting) - I;: I PANLSENKO, M.D., kand.tekhn.nauk; ANTONOV, A.Ya., inzh.; FOMINA, V.N., inzhe; KOZI,GV, Yu.V., inzh. Visual observation of procesoes in the drum of an operating boiler. Toploenergetika 10 no.2:23-26 F 163. -(MIRA 16:2) 1. Voesoyuznyy teplotekhniche"ki institut. (Boilers~ ANTONOV, A.Ya., kand. telchzi. nauk; KCZLCfV, Yu.V.,inzh.,- FOKMI V,N., inzh.j BUYNOVSKM .1 Ye.A., 'Y L.G., inzh.; BULAVITSKIY, Yu.M., inzh.; inzh, Testing of a boiler with ~20 ton/hour evaporative capacity with individual separating devices, Elek, sta. 34 no*5:7-10 My 163o (MIRA 16:7) (Boilers-Testing) V.N., inzh.; LOKSHIN, LIPEETS, A.U., inzh.; LAFA, Yu.I., inzh.; F(~,~qM i V.9., kand, takhri. nauk Aerodynamic resistances of compact checkerboard tube clusters, Teploonergetika 12 no.6:32-34 Je 165, (KMA 18:9) 1. ZiO i Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-isoledovatel'skiy toploteklinichoskiy inntitut. 7 FOMINAF IT.-P. Correlation of the calcium content in the serum and the temporal bone In otonclerosis. Zhur.ush,j nos.i gorl.bol. 21 no.6084)1 N-D 161. (MIRA 15:11) 1. Iz kafedry bolezney ukha, , lorla I noes. (nachallnik - zasluzhennyy deyatell 4mauki prof. K.L.Khiov) Voyenno-mtditsinskoy ordena Lenina al-ademli imeni S.M.Kirova. (CALCIUM IN THE BUY) (OTOSCLEROSlS) (TEMPORAL BONE) FCMINAP V. P. Observation of a tumor of the glomus jugulare. Vest. otorin. no.2: 102-103 '62. (MIRA 15:2) 1. Iz kliniki ushnykh, nosovykh i gorlovykh bolezney (nach. - zagluzhennyy deyatell nauld prof. K. L. Khilov) Voyenno-mdl- toinskoy ordena lenina almdemii imeni S. M. Kirova, Leningrad. BLOOD VESSELS-TUMORS) CK-TUMORS) M FMMAq V.P. - 1xperisental model of otoopongiosis. Zhuroushs,,nosoi gorlebol. 22 ne.4#33-18 J1-Ag 162. (MIM 16;2) 1. Is kliniki bolezney ukha, gorla i nosa (3mv. - sasluthemyy deyatell nauki pvfe KoL. WAIov) Voyanno-meditainskoy ordeva Dmina akademii Imeni SoN. Kirova. (OMCIMM33) I I.P. - jTINA, Mineral metabolism in patients wtth otosclerosis. Vestn. otorino- laring. 25 no.3339-42 263 (MIRA l7tj) 1. Iz kliniki bolezney ukha, nosa, i gorla (Nachalinik - zaslu- zhennyy deyatell nauki prof. X.L.Xhilov) Voyenno-meditsinskoy ordena Lenina akademii imeni S.M.Kirovap Uningrad. 83467 S/146/60/003/10041/008/01() B004/BO56 AUTHOR: Fomina, V. S~ TIT LE: -Defined Method of Calculating the Flywheel Vass PFRIODICAL: izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Prjl~orostroyoniye~ 19601 Vol, 3, No. 4, pp. 103-105 TEXP: The author refers.to a.paper by V. 1. Bat, (Rot'. 1), in whic~j the masses of a flywheel are calculated from changes in kinetic ener&y. The following equations were given in Ref. 1: E . U, 2/2 - U V2 12 (1) (M mass of the mechanism); i m.ch.i*vi 0 0 mech 2urA Avds .. 0 (2) and v i = V mean -1 AY1 (3). For M mech and. Mfl (M fl ,mass 0 of the flywheel) M + M M am + M M + Ami mech. 1 f] ~ mean,mech i fl me an Card 1/5 83467 A Precisely Defined Method of Calculating S/146/60/003/004/008/010 the Flywheel Mass B004/BO56 nhere Mmean.mech denotes a constant quantity between the maximum and minimum values of the reduced moment of the mechanism, /3 M i - the variable corresponding to the deviation:A&M i = Mme-c h. i -M mean.mechl and Mmean = Mmech.mean + M fi , ~Onst; M i.mech ' M + AMi (4). The author sug- gests a more precise calculation proceeding from the equation V M v 2 M v 2)/2 (5), where the mass M is, at i mech mean ' ti - (Mvmean - 0 0 fl first, omitted. (Av, . velocity increase; M 0 - reduced initial mass of the mechanism; vo . initial velocity). The function 4 .161E -AM v 2 /2 L/N. i i i mean may be graphically represented as a function *i U f(S A)i where SA denotes the displacement of the point of reference A. Integration of (5) consider- ing (2) results in (Mv,2 - M V2)/2 (6). the mean mean 0 0 -)Pmean Imean is planimetric value of the function during a cycle from 0 to 2nr A' Substitution of (6) into (5) gives vi "Oli/vmean(M + "d) where Card 2/3 83467 A Precisely Defined Method of Calculating S/146/60/003/004/008/010 the Flywheel Mass B004/BO56 Im . For comparison with a given Lv the valueLv. at ean max' I and 6M -AM is sought. By taking into account, func- max min Mfl tion (7) is obtained: Av max 'A*max/vmean (Mm'ech + Mfl), where M~ech M AM'. This paper was recommended by the kafedra teorii mechanizmov i mashin i detaley mashin (Chair df the Theory of Mechanisns, Machines, and Machi.ne Elements). There is 1 Soviet reference. ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy institut tochnoy mekhaniki i optiki (Leningrad Institute of Precision Mechanics and Optics) SUBMITTED: January 14, 1960 Card 3/3 FOUDIA, V.S. Precision method for calculating flywheel mass. Izv.vyo.acheb.zav.; prib. 3 no.4:103-105 160. (MIRA 13:9) 1. loningradakiv institut tochnoy mekhaniki i optiki. Rekom. kafedroy teorii mekhanizmov i mashin i detaley mashin. (Flyvheels) A'U-TflORS: .cTTLE. 2 QOI_ S/')80/I9l/()q4/006/002/02D D247/D305 I,B,, Romina, V.V., Michaw., A,I. U_ The ;,,tudy of r14 ckel-magnesium hyd-roganation cata y s 1;5 obtained by the decompositioxi of' oxalates I- I U D i C,*.L Ziiu-na.~ pvlkladnoy va 34, n(-,. 6, !,~61, TEXT, A --r.rvid tijl~ Legn developed of producAnG a tor the laydrogrenation of vari IJ ~A S or E. a n j c :3:, s t anc,~i 6 in..:~ an activated ca.rbon lnste~ia of an 13 r I'se lie f uy I-B, lHapopo-:, z~tnd Yu.V. v 4 -i 11, KI 1 7 Z e. . - ; . . 195'),) ---no 1. B. Rapopoi t -ina i. I',-.r- 6.. 1 ""1 (1,. ) ~ The p-f ep;,_r;~, ~oiv.7~d i oii uf i_~ va j ho n. (uxk ;-::AY ( BAU v~ e :-:-I - .1 utions o n:. of n-, :kej anO -1 t"lli 11 L_~- -6. N~"rcj. and L6,m_ kft.,~-r arylii.:. I.I.L and _()nvcr,,.i_~d to by ;m_ C.L.rd 1~ -24001 O~., I /0Obi'UCJ2/0e-G Tbe study c f ri-L ---kc-1 D247/ iollovic-,:~ by ow.,il.oraLlwi, liryiiLg antj G-0 (an i -Y 1. a, i s t ~,n d J -a iiiii, c a r, i , 1 e r vi c- r e ac L,'~ 111--eSISOU Ilit") L 1 U 0 C v c am s z; C. F~ il v u n I-I'tl VV-1:3 ~:Urried out at a i,-t~ :)t' i.0 -it' ~:~,Aua~yst for 4 11 r,~- f T, h 1~st via6 nt---, z~i%idymg the I,exane. a -low apparaz~us. 'lie were cond-uzte-j catalys-.6 of 2.u2' - j9.1 ;/,, Ni or, 0~0 j,0 mm 6raae tt, a ~eiuperatire 100 vessDre runc- ing froir; atffl. Lrlcd u bL!nzene fi,iv., t;.te 01' 0~1 .L , 2 L u f --a r;.., , s t iir . "Llhe h i ghes, ac t i 17 1 ti, Ii 1--w shown by ~;a- talysts k-.ontairi~z,g ul-~cve 6 ~~, Ni on a carrier a particle size of O~6 - 12.U bet-,vuen '1000 and 14000, iici the. Pressure raniL;~j of I - 10 atm aiiu a,~ a f1ovi rate of 0.3. The c,,r- bon caLa-iyst or-er found to -~t, :~ct,iv!Ly for -'.-JJ lirs. when uorkllq`~ ui,-ier atmospheric or 10 prc~~osure. Repe,,,Ie.] . I 'hale a comijosltiun ~,i *,1, 2 , t!X pe I,Ii~ v 11 " 6 t~ /. M6f and 85 % -~Lrr-er Lije, 11'. j)1-r-,;.1c)II6ed use. it. give6 10G Ofil'i ol ben. ci:-, presou.re r t C EL r d 2 / 24001 S/08Y61/ 034/,06/002/'020 The study of nickel- D247 D305 1-00-1400C and at a flow rate of 0.4 1/1 catalyst/hr. At pre-,~sures of tile urder of' 10 atm the efficiency of the samae catalyst-, is trebled. There are 4 tables, '0 figures and 5 references: 4 Soviet- bluc Load 1 ilon-Soviet-bloc. 6UJ3N'LIT*~'ED; June e2'7, 1960 Card 5/3 FORINA, To. I rganization work with personnel in connection wtth the conversion to the now working conditions. Sots.trud 4 no.5:98-103 MY '59. (KIRA 12:8) 1. Nachal*nik otdala truds, t sarabottoy platy, 2amestitell sakretarya TArtkom 1-go Mookovskogo chasoVOgO 2avoaa. (Clock and watch making-Isbor productivity) FOKIIJA. Yo. A now conveyer and the placement of work9rFj in the factory. Sots.trud 4 no.9:104-107 S 159- (MIELk 13:1) 1. Nachallnik otdola truda i sarabotany platy 1-go 14oaknvakogo chasovogo zavoda. (Hoecow-Clockmaking an(I watchmaking) FOMInp Tee The workday and leisure time. Sots. trud 5 no.U:L?0-125 H '60. (KMA 14:1) 1. Naohallnik otdola truda, i sarabotnoy platyp samentitell sekretarya paitkoma Pervogo mookovskogo chasovogo savoda im. S.M.Kirova. (Moscow-Xlockr-king and watchmaking) (Hours of labior) (Leisure) FOMIWA, Ye. i With the active participation of workers. Sots. trud 8 no.2:72-75 F 163. (miRA 16:2) 1. Nachallnik otdola truda i zarabotnoy platy Pervogo moskovskogo chazovogo mavoda. (Moacov--Clockmaking and watchmaking--Production standards) USSR/Cultivated Plants. General Problems. L-1 Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Biologiya, No 16, 25 Aug 1957, 69153 Author : Filin, V.I., Fomina- E_.A 'I _Llly Ravine Territory in the Mid- Title : Rational Utili-z~aTion ~o~ dle Basin of the Desna River (Bri2nsk District). Orig Pub : Tr. Bryanskogo lesokhoz. in-ta, 1956, 7, 139-146 Abstract : Two types of gully ravine territory exist in the middle b2sin of the Desna River, active and inactive ones. Numerous or- ganizational and technical measures are recommended for in- creasing their meadow productivity. A t.VPiC21 scheme for u- ti-lizing the territory of the "Podarl ravine of Briansk Dis- trict is given. C4rd 1A AUTHORSs Vasserman, I.M., Fomina, Ye.A. S1080161,1)34100110101020 A057/A129 TITLEs Study of Chemical Aging and the Effected Abnormal Aging of Precipi- tates on the Example of Basic Nickel Carbonate PERIODICAL: Zhurnal Prikladnoy Khimii, 1961, Vol. 34, No. 1, PP. 90-99 TEXTt The present paper is the 4th report in a series on technology of the separation of substances from solutions by chemical precipitation. Chemical aging in the system precipitate - solution is caused by one or more second- ary chemical reactions on the phase boundarypresulting in a change of chemi- cal composition and physical properties of -the precipitate. Hence the study of aging processes is important for chemical precipitations. In the previous experiments [Ref.l: I.M. Vasserman, Kh.Z.Braynina, ZhPKh, 31,11,1617 (1958). Ref.2s I.M. Vasserman, ZhPKh, 32,9,1959 (1959); Ref,3; I.M. Vasserman, Ye.A. Fomina, Kh.Z. Braynina, ZhPKH, 32,11,2619 (1959)] the authors investigated qualitatively chemical aging and the resulting abnormal aging of the preci- Card 1/24 7 S/080/61/034/001/010/020 A057/A129 Study of Chemical Aging and the Effected Abnormal Aging of Precipitates on the Example of Basic Nickel Carbonate pitate in the system Ni(NO Na CO 3 - H20. In the present work these ex- periments were studied qu.n 3titatively. From the five possible types of as- condary chemical reaction: (Ref.2) two occur in the present system: 1) neu- tralization of the basic precipitate (basic nickel carbonate) by the acidic salt (NaHco 3) which is in the mother liquor and 2) hydrolysis of the basic precipitate. These two reactions were investigated and the reaction kinetics was determined studying the normal (physical) aging of basic nickel carbonate precipitates, the abnormal-aging caused by hydrolysis and that caused by neu- tralization of the precipitate. Precipitation was carried out continuously by mixing Ni (N03)2 - and Na2CO3 - solutions at 900C, agitating the obtained suspension of basic nickel carbonate. In order to study the aging caused by neutralization, 1 liter of the continuously outflowing suspension was quickly cooled to 600C and left at this temperature during mechanical agitation. Ab- normal aging by hydrolysis was investigated by filtering off the precipitate, washing and preparing a suspension in distilled water with a ratio solid t Card 2/-2t 7 S/OUQ/61/034/001/010/020 A057/A129 Study of Chemical Aging and the Effected Abnormal Aging of Precipitates on the Example of Basic Nickel Carbonate liquid - I t 200 and following agitation at 900C. Normal agin was caused by mixing the filtered-off precipitate with the mother liquor 7containing 120 g11 WaNO ) and agitating this suspension at 600C. The Miration of all agings was 1;0 hrs. Changes in chemical composition of the liquid and solid phase, as well as the physical properties of the precipitate were determined. Physical properties were determined by A V Nikolayev's method [Ref.41 ZhPKh, 20,3,189 (1947), Ref. 5: ZhAKh, 7,1921 (;9;2)] obtaining the filtration co- effici Ont'water capacity, specific volume, and specific surface (using me- thyl violet). By analyzing the system precipitate - solution the basicity was checked (i.e., the ratio milliequivalent HCO per milliecluivalent N12+ 2+ In the precipitate the content of Ni~ and CO and in the liquid phase PH was determined and the change in HCO! content controlled Dy po- 1j 3 tentiometric measurements. The aged ~reclpitates were X-ray-examinated on a YPC-55 (URS-55) apparatus with cobalt source. Results concerning the n6r- mal aging of basic nickel carbonate in contact with synthetic mother liquor (not containing HC03) are given in Tab.1, the kinetic curves in Fig.1-6, Card 3/~Ic