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TASHINA? R.S.; GIRZE2261.I
Checking an the use of O.P. Mehra, and M.L. Jackeon's method
of the removal of iron arid*s from Boils and clays for
mineralogical purposes. Kora vyvatr. no.5:398403 163.
(MIRA 16:7)
1. Institut geologii rudnykh meatorozhdeniy, petrografii,
mineralogii i gookhimli AN SSSR.
(Mineralogical chemistry)
GINZBURGI. 1. 1,
Remarks on the upper zone of weathering ourfae. Kora. vyvetr.
no.5t374379 163. (MIM 16:7)
1. Institut goologii nidnykh mmstorozhd,~nlv, petrografii,
mineralogil 1 gookhimii AN SSSR.
(Weatherln?)
GINZBUPGP I.J.; ANDRUSHCEENKO, P.F.
. I
Some results of the conference on the comj.(,)sjt,,nn of
witallogen3c and forecasting maps of supergene nir~'
deposits, Korn vyvetr. no.6%312318 163,
Z~.", r.,q)
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1
1. Institut geologii rudnykh meatoro~I*n y, petrografii,
mineralogii i geokbimii AN SSSR, Mcsk,,a.
GiNnum", I.I.
Fragmants of raminscances. Ooh.po ist.gool.usin. no.l1s4649 16).
(MIRA 160)
(Varnadnkli, Vladimir Ivanovich, 18631945)
T 
GIMBURG, ..4
Karst and ze formation. Tzudy MOEP l2r.11653 164  (min 188,k)
GIVZBURG, I.M.,, inzh,
Automatic control of the load on a scraper motor. Mekh. stroi.
18 no.Utl718 N 161. (KIRA 16:7)
(Scrapers) (Automatic control)
USSR/Phjsif'_al Chemistry Moiecule, Chemical Bond. B4
Abs J,,Lir Referat Zhur  KlimLya, No 1, 195'(, 1111
Author Ye.F. Gross, I.M. Ginzburl.
Inst
Title Sl,el,tru of Uomnos Lte S.,atterin[, Df Crysta~ f M e ular
Compounds.
Orig Pub Optika i spektroskopiya, 1956, 1, No 5, 710714
Abstract With a view to investioate the influence of the formation
of molecular compounds on spectra, the spectra of monocrys
tals SbCl (1) and SbBrj (II) were studied. Low frequen
cies of On cm1) 35, 50, 66, 96 and 63 and frequencies of
intramoiecukaL oscillations (IMO) of 133, 152, 317, 342
for I and 92, 110, 227 and 236 for If were foup4. The mi
nimpm and maximum moments of inertia (Ix . 1040 and
1040 g x sq.cm) of the molecules of I and II are: IY 
Ix = 303 and 696, 1 y " 523 and 1210. The low frequencies
are satisfying the relation 2 2
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USSR/Physical Chemistry Molecule, Chemical Bond. B4
Abs Jour Ref Zhur Xhimiya, No 1, 1958, 14l
for the frequencies of the rotational oscillations in iso
morphous crystals. The low and the M frequencies of
2SbC1 3 CA (III) and 2SbBr 3C6H6 (IV) are as follows:
22, 43, 64, 83, 110, 117 (111); 22, 42, 58, 71 (IV);
and 136, 162, 312, 327, 350, W6, 989, 1176, 1573, 1607,
3062 (111); 69, 102, 213, 225, 241, 990, 3o65 (IV)
The comparison of the spectra of I, II, III and IV leads
to the conclusion that the low frequency spectra of I, II
and III, IV differ essentially, while the DIO frequencies
of III, IV coincide with the D40 frequencies of I, II and
C6116 Consequently, the molecules of I, II and C6H6 move
in lattices as a whole with reference of one to another.
The frequencies 22 and 42  43 of III and IV refer to the
rotational oscillations of C H6 The frequencies 64, 83,
110 (111) and 42, 58, 70 (IVI s;tisfy (1) and correspond
to the rotational oscillations of the molecules of I and
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. USSR/Physical Chemistry  Moiecule, Chemical Bond. B4
Abs Joux : Bef Zhur  Khimiya, N,) 1, 1958, 141
II located in approximate1y equal for~!e fiel(is.
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dicals t1kii le 440 0 a61d*,1a;1785 ciI band vhich corresponds tc
a a with bands for free and bound
C~rbonyl' rad J~ 0q4te the ioiA, cirbonyl band. It is concluded that
the: Molecule 0 n band only with one wlecule of
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GINZBURG, I.M.; LOGINOVA, L.A.
Spoctroscopic manifestations and energy of the intxwnolocular
hydrogen bonding in thiosalicylic acid. Dokl. AN SSSh 156 no.
6tl3821385 J9 164. (MIRA 17:8)
1. Laniagradskiy khimikofarmatsevticheskly institut. Prodstavleno
alcademikom A.N. Tereniym.
GINZBURGI I. P.
"On the Question of the Notion of Real Gases at High Velocities,"
Ucheniye Zapiski IAU, No.42, pp. 56o, 1939
Dissertation for the degree of Oachelor of PhysicoMathematical Sciences.
Presented in December 1937,
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I . 0. '~Iz " 0 90P.3TSKITA, B. A., OZII'P,(YV'o A. I., 11"NFLCTA, A. N.
?. USSq (600)
4& Manganese Ores  Polwochnoye Deposits
7. Study of the composition of the manganese ores of the Polurochnoye deposit.
(Abstract.) Izv. Glav. upr. geol. fon. no. 2. 1947.
9. Yont)ly List of Ruspian Accessions, Library of Congrss, March 1953. Unclassified.
GINZBURG, I.P.
Sufficient
yf+py?+qy
stability conditions for the solution of
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(Iquations, Theory of)
the epation;
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Jkplations for the motion of Tariablemass eollds. Uch.sap.Lan.un
n0.114:205.216 149* KU 1013;
(motion)
UBM /Physics Hydraulic impact Jun 52
"Co=putation of Hydraulic IvA;act in Pipes With
Variable Cross Section," D. M. Volkov, I. P. Gimm
burg
Vest Leningrad U. 54er Mmt, Fiz, Xhim, Vol 7, so 6.
pp 2946
Gene=lizes results by 1. F. Livurdov (Iz Artill
AksA imeni Dzerzhinskogo, 18 (1944)) for the cam
the" vall thickness of pipe and souiA velocity
varlAbles, and presents solutions of problem f4w vL
vide class of pipes vith v iable cross sections.
25=100
GZ=
On sufficient stability conditions of zero solutions for aorder linear
homogeneous differential equations and nhomogeneous differential
equation systems with variable coefficients. Veot.Len.un.9 no.5:5365
MY '54. (Differential equations) (KLRk 97)
GISHM, I.P.; GRIB, A.A.
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Water hammer In a complex conduits. Yeet*Len.un. 9 no.8:107128 Ag 154.
Veet.Ien.un. 9 no.8:107128 Ag 154. MR& 8:7)
(Water hammer)
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Translation from: Referativnyy Zhurnal, Mekhanika, 1957, Nr I], p 5! (USSR)
AUTHOR: Ginzburg, 1. P.
TITLE: The "Water Hammer" in Pipes Made of ElasticViscous Materials.
(Gidravlic heskiy udar v trubakh iz uprugovvA;,.kogo mate riala).
PERIODICAL: Vestn. Leningr. unta. , 1956, N~ 13, Y908
ABSTRACT: The A. establishes the equations of the water hammer in a thinwalled
pipe having a varying diameter along its length and consisting of an
elasticviscous or plastic material. Discarding the convective terms
and assuming a linear frictional function, these equations are reduced
to a single differential equation of the fourth or third order. A general
solution for this equation is offered for the case of a cylindrical pipe,
obtained by means of a Laplace transformation.
T'J'Jiography: 5 references N. A. Kartvelishvili
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AKSWOV, A.P.; GINZBURG, prof., doktor fizikomatemat.nauk, nauchnyy
rukoyoAiik".
(Determining the surface temperature and surface friction of cones
and a certain class of axisymmatrical bodies of revolution moving
with high supersonic speeds; dissertation presented for the degree
of Candidate of Physicomathematical Sciences) Opredelenie tempera
tury na poverkhnosti i poverkhnostnogo treniia konusov i nekotorogo
klasBa oaasimmetrichnykh tel vrashchaniia, dvizhushchikhoia s
bollehimi everkhsvukovymi skoroatiami; avtoreferat diesertateii
no soiskanis uchenoi stepeni kandidato fisikomatematiohaskikh
nauk. laningrad, 1957. 7 P. (MIRA 120)
(Aerodynamics, Supersonic) (Friction)
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Translation from! Referativnyy zhurnal, Mekhanika, 1958, Nr 8, p IZ (USSR)
AuTHOR: Ginzburg, 11. P.
T IT L. E: Basic Equations for the Dynamics of the Control of Water Turbines
(.Osnovnyye uravneniya dinamiki tegulirovariiya gidroturbin)
PERIODICAL.: Uch. zap, 1,GU, 1957, Nr 217, pp 144184
ABSTRACT: The article gives a detailed account of the derivation of an
equation for the process of controlling a water turbine with the aid
of a hydraulic regulator. Equations are given for the turbine con
trolled, the sensor element, the servomotors, the gate valve, and
the penstocks. The equations evol,,ed are compared with those
appearing in the fundamental work on turbine control by A. Stodola
The present equations, however, are not investigated.
M. A. Ayzerman
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Giazburg, Isaak PavlovIch
Prikladnaya, Sidrogazodinamiks (Applied Hydro and Gas Dynamics) /Laniagrad/
Itdvo LeninSr. univ., 1958. 337 P. Errata slip inserted. 4,ODO copies
printed.
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matics and meabanics departments at universities and other institutions
of higher learning. It may also be useALI to engineers and scientific
personnel conerned with problem of design and research on engines, gas
exhaust, pneumatic installations, etc.
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COTERAGE: This textbook on applied hydro and gas dynamics is based on a
series of lectures on mathematical mechanics OLven by the author at the
Leningrad State UniYersity. 7he book develops the basic equations of hy
draulics and the theory of similitude and dimensional analysis. It treats
uniform and unsteady motions of fluids and gases in straight and curved
pipes of uniform and varying cross section, the discharge of fluids and
gases from contalmrs, the time required to fill and empty vesselop and
the resations of flowing liquids aud gases on rigid boundaries due to mo
mentum changes. Examples of the application of these methods to part
icular engineering problems are presented. Problems of airfoil and cas
cade theory are not discussed since they are fally treated in other books,
such as Profissor G. N. Abramovich's Prikladnaya Gazodinamika (Applied
Gas DYMNJW),, etc. In view of Professor K. P. Stanyakovich's detailed
monograph,Herustanovivsheyesya dvizheniye sploshnoy oredy (Unsteady Notion
of a Continuous Medium), the unsteady motion of gases is considered only
in connection with the emptying of vessels. Similar3j, problems of un
steady motion of a fluid in rivers and channels are not considered since
they can be found in the article by Ac,demician B. A. Khristianovich
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OUnsteady Motion in Channels and Rivers", in the collection Nekotoryye no
vyye voprony mekhaniki sploohnoy aredy (Some New Problems in the Mechanics
of a Continuaus Medium) and in V. A. Arkhangel'skiy's monograph Raschety
neustanovivahegoeya dvizheniye v otkrytkh vodotokakh (Calculation of an
Unsteady Motion in Open Water Currents). There are 69 references., 65 of vhich
are Soviet., and 4 translations from German,
TAXZ OF CONTMS:
Preface 3
Ch. I. Basic Equation of Hydraulics
1. Hydrodynamic quantities and their average values. Basic concepts and
definitions 5
2. System of equations of motion of a fluid 9
3. Internal energy,, specific heat., viscosity, and beat conductivity of
fluidCand gases 18
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4. Equations for mean local hydrodynamic quantities 25
5. Hydraulic foraulation of the problems and equations of hydraulics 29
6. System of equations of the hydraulics of an incompressible fluid.
Bernoulli I a equation 42
7. Examples of the application of Bernoulli's equation to an incom
pressible fluid 44
Bibliography
Ch. II. Basic Theories of Similitude and Dimensional Analysis
1. Determination of a W litude 48
2. Basic laws of mechanical similitude 49
3. On approxinate similitude 54
4. Relationship between similitude and dimensions. Jr theorem 55
5. Exanples for application of theM  theorem 60
Bibliography 64
Ch. III. Uniform Motion of a Fluid Through Pipes and Channels
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1. General relationships for the uniform motion of a fluid in a
pipe 65
2. Imminar motion of fluid in a circular pipe 67
3. Limits of applicability of the laws of laminar motion of a
fluld. Phenomena occurring in the initial section 69
4. Transition from Unine, to turbulent flow. Critical Reynolds
number. Phenomenon of intermittent turbulence 71
5. Results of the ex1mrimeatal investigation of the turbulent
motion of fluid in smooth pipes 73
6. Relationship between the friction law and the law of velocity
distribution across the amse section of a pipe 77
7. Basic aspects of the samiampirical $heory of turbulence ap
plied to the motion of a fluid through a pipe 81
8. Turbulent notion of fluid in rougb pipes 89
9. On the turbulent motion of a fluid in noncircular pipes 95
BibUography 96
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Ch. 17. Unsteady Notlon of a Fluid in Pipes
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1. Equations of motion of a fluid inpipes 97
2. Equation of state. Internal energy and entropy of the fluid 98
3 Equation determining veriation in area of a pipe cross
section as a function of pressure 104
4. Boundary and initial conditions 108
5. Solution of the problem of unsteady motion of a fluid in a
pipeline without consideration of compressibility 113
6. The work of N. Ye. Zhukovskiy on hydraulic shook in water
pipes 117
7. Hydraulic shook in pipes of variable cross section 121
8. Problems of regulation in the presence of hydraulic shook 133
Bl~liography
Ch.~.V. Motion. of.,..Gases Jn,,,Fipee
139
I. Equations of motion 140
2. Equations of the steady motion of a gas. Concept of
critical speed 142
3. Motion of a gas in pipes of variable cross section 146
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4. Adiabatic motion of a gas In a pipe of variable cross section.
The Laval nozzle 147
5 Notion of a gas in a heatinsulated pipe in the absence of an
Internal heat source 152
6. Jbtion of a gas in a pipe of constant cross section in the pres
Me of a heat source 156
7. Isotherml wtion of a gas in a pipe 165
8. lamina motion of a gas in flat and circular pipes I&
Bibliography 177
Ch YL.. . LoealResistmaps,. Notica of a Fluid and a Gas in Curve& Pipeq.
1. Motion of a fluid in a pipe with a sudden change in cross
section 178
2. Motion of a gas in a pipe with a sudden change in cross sea
tion. Shook VaTes 186
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3 Notion of a fluid in diverging and converging pipes 194
4. Notion of a fluid in nonstraight pipes and channels. Curved
pipes 199
5. Basic conclusions from the results of experimental investiga
tions for determining the localdrag coefficients for branch
ed pipe linesp lattices, nets, ate. 205
Bibliography 214
Ch. VII. Stea4y DiaahwV of fluids and Games from Vessels. Spill
W".
1. Discharge of fluid frm 11 and large openings P15
2. Discharge from nozzles 218
3 Theoretical methods for determining the coefficients of jet
contraction 219
Spillways. Determination of the discharge of fluid through
a spillway. Spillway with a wide sill 225
5. Adiabatic discharge of a gas from a vessel through a 11
opening. Analogy with a spillway having a wide sill 233
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6. Diochargecfa gas from a vessel through a long heatinsulated pipe 236
7. Discharge of a gas from a vessel through a long pipe for the case of an
isothermal process of gas flow in the pipe 242
8. Discharge of a gaz from a vessel through local resistances 245
9. Discharge of a gas from a vessel through a long pipe and local
resistances 254
10. Discharge of a gas from a vessel through a long pipe in the case of
laminar flow conditions 257
Bibliography 263
Ch. VIII. Determining the Time Required for Filling and Emptying Vessels
of Fluid or Gas
1. Determining time required to empty fluid from a vessel under the
assumption of a quasistationary outfl(nr process 264
2. Solution of the problem of determining time required for
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equalizing the water levels in two lock ch=bers 266
3. Approximate solution of the problem of emptying a vessel without
the assumption of a quasistationary outflow process 267
4. Solution of the problem of determining the time for emptying a vessel
of gas flowing through local resistances or a long pipe line and assum
ing the process of outflow to be quasistationary 270
5. Exact solution of the problem of emptying a cylindrical vessel of gas
flowing through a small opening in the bottom. Reflection of a shock
wave from. the v&L' with the opening Z74
6. Determining the time for filling a vessel with gas 29k
7. Solution of the problem of emptying a variablevolume vessel of gas
in the presence of internal fuel combustion 296
8. Determining pressure as a function of time in a chamber where the com
bustion of solid fuel takes place 300
9. Solution of the problem of simultaneous filling and emptying of a
vessel of gas 305
10. Examples of engineering applications of the abovementioned problems 309
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Bibliography 321
Ch. IX. Laws of Momentum and Moment of Momentum and Their Application to the
Solution of the Problem of Interaction~Betveen a Flov and Rigid
Boundaries
1. Pressure of liquid and gaseous jets on stationary and moving obstacles.
The Pelton vhebl 322
2. Determination of the forces and moments with vhich the moving fluid
(gas) sets upon the vessels conducting them 329
Bibliography 334
AVAILAME: Library of Congress (QA 93.1 . G49)
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7/14/59
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Hatal'ya Hikiuiylavua; LANDW, Vera Oannadiyevna; GIIMURG,
I&P#9 prof#o rod.; BUSORGINA, N.I., red.; ZMXOVA, To.G.,
telchn.rod.
[Hnnual for laboratory work on aerognedynamical Rukovodstvo
k laboratornym rabotam po aerogazodinamike. Pod red. I.P.
Glazburga. Leningrad, Izdvo Leuingr.univ., 1959. 175 P.
(MIRA 13:1)
A (Aarohydrodynamicslbindbooh, manuals, etc.)
MSE I BOOK EXPLOITATIOR sOv/5290
Soveshchaniye po prikladnoy gazovoy dinamike. AlmaAta, 1956
Trudy Soveshchaniya po prikladnoy gazovoy dinamike, g. AlmaAta, 2326 oktyabrya
1956 g. (Transactions of the Conference on Applied Gas Dynamics., Held in
AlmaAta, 2326 October 1956) AlmaAta, Izdvo AN Kazakhskoy SSR, 1959,
233 p. Erratft slip inserted. 900 copies printed.
Sponsoring Agency: Akademiya nauk Kazakhskoy SSR. Kazakhskiy gosudarstvennyy
universitet imeni S.M. Kirova,
Editorial Board Resp. Ed. L,A, Vulis; V.P. Kashkarov; T,P. Leontlyeva and
B.P. Ustimenko. Ed.: V.V. Aleksandriyskiy. Tech. Ed.: Z.P. Rorokina.
PURPOSE: This book is intended for personnel of scientific research institutes
and industrial engineers in the field of applied fluid mechanics, and may
be of interest to students of advanced courses in the field.
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Transactions of the Conference (Cont.) SOV15290
COVERAGE: The book consists of the transcriptions Of 31 papers read at the
conference on goo dynamics which was convened under the initiative of the
Kazakbakiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imni S.M. Kirova (Kazakh State Univer
sity imeni S.M. Kirov) and the Institut energetilti Akademii nauk Kazakhokoy
SSR Institute of Power Engineering of the Academy of Sciences Kazakhskaya
SSR) and held October 2326, 1956. Three branches of applied gas dynamics
were discussed, namely: jet flow of liquids and gases, aerodynamics of furnace
processes, and the outflow of liquids. The practical significance of the
"Transactiond'of the conference consists in the adaptation of theory to
methods of technical computation and measuring methods related to industrial
furnaces and other industrial processes in which aerodynamic phenomena play
a predominant role. Eight papers read at the Conference are not included
in this collection for various reasons. The authors of the missing papers
are: L.D. L'vov (Thermal and Aerodynamic Characteristics of Pulverized Coal
Flame Burners) and A.A. Goleyevskiy (Outlines and Physical Models of the Jet
Motion Mechanics of Fluids), N.I. Akatnov, Ye. P. Bogdanov, S.V. Bukhman,
T.K. Mironenko, A.B. Reznyakov, and G.V. Yakubov. L.G. Loytsyanskiy is
mentioned as being in charge of a department of the Kazakh State University,
and I.D. Malyukov, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Docent,
as a member of the same university. 'Ieferences are found at the end of
most articles.
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TABLE OF C01IM473:
From the Editors
Session of Octolxr (23) 1)56
Abramovich, G.11. [Doctor of Technical Sciencer,; Professor; TsW4
imeni Baranova 10entral Scientific Research Instititt.c, of Aircraft
Engines imeni P.I. Baranov); Moskovskiy aviatsionnyy institut imeni
Ordzhonikidze, 14oskva (Moskow Aviation Institute imeni Ordzhonikidze,
Moscow). Turbulent Jets in a Flow of Liquid
Ginzburg, I,P. (Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences;
lsr*ofessor; Gosudarstvennyy universitet imeni Zhdanova, Leningrad
(State University imeni Zbdanov, Leningrad]. On the Outflow of
of Gases From Containers Through Pipes in the Presence of Friction
and Local Resistances 17
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Vulis) L.A. [Doctor of Technical Sciences; Professor;
Kazakhskiy gosudarstviznnyy universitet imeni KirovEL;
Institut energetiki AN KazSSR, AlmaAta) (Kazakh State
University imeni Kirorv; Institute of Power Engineering
Academy of Sciences Kazakh SSR, Alm Ata)]. Basic Results
and Further Problems of Investigating Jet Motion of Liquids
and Gases 29
Isatayev, S.I. On the Turbulent Wake Behind a Poorly
Streamlined Body 59
Contents of the Discu5sion in Brief
Session of October 24, 1956 (Morning)
)111
Antonova, G.S. Inveotigating Turbulence Cbaracteriatics of a
Free Ponisothermic Jet and an Open Flame 45
Fashl,arov, V.P. (Candidate of Phynical and Mathematical Sciencerfl.
r)zl Parallel and Cortiary Motion of Two Uniform Flovs of Cornlressible Gas 55
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Lcontlyeva, T,P, (Candidate of Technical Sciences]. ':,pansion of
Axially Symmetrical Jets in Parallel and Contrary Flows 6,
Bukhman, S.V. Regularity of Motion and Combustion of Coal Particles 69
Nazarchuk, M.M.., and N.I. Pollskiy. On the Crisis in the Viscous
Flow of Gas In a Plane Parallel Channel 69
Contents of the Discussion in Brief 75
Session of October 24, 1956 (Evening)
Terekhina, N.N. Expansion of an Axially Symmetrical Jet of Gas in a
Medium of Different Density 77
Chebyshev, P.V. [Vsesoyuzn,,y elektrotekhnicheskiy institut (AllUnion
Electrotechnical Institute)). Electrothermoanemometers and Their
Use in Investigating Noni6othermic Gas Flows 85
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Trofimnko, A,T. Investigating a Semirestricted Turbulent Jet
Akatnov, Nj. Survey of the Works of the Departwnt of Hydronero
dynamics of the Leningrad Polytechnical Tnstitute imeni Kalinin
on the Jet Theory 107
Shopelev, S.F., and S. Tsoy, Plane Jet in a Cross Section of an
Air Conduit 108
Bespalova, V,G. Use of Hydrointegratora F3r Solving Jet Prcblems 115
Contents of the Discussion in Brief 122
Session of October 25, 1956 (Morning)
Katanellson, B,D, [Candidate of Technical Sciences; Docent; TsentralInyy
kotloturbinnyy institut imeni Polzunova, Leningrad (Central Turbine and
Boiler Institute imeni Polzunov, Leningrad)].
Some Problems of the Aerodynanics of Furnace Cyclone Chambers and of the
Combustion of Coal Powder Pulverized Coal 123
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1.'stimnkoj, B.P, Candidate of Technical :,cienceri) AelOdynamics of
an Involute Jet and of a CYclone Chamlx~r 134
Volkov., Ye. V, Sow Aerodynamic Problems of a TwoPhase Flow ir.
a Cyclone Furnace 142
Tonkonogiy, A.V., and I.P. Basina. On the Problem of the Working
Process in a Cyclone Chamber 152
Yakubov) G.V. Generalizing Aerodynamic Laws of Cyclone Chambers 1~)'q
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Reznyakov, A.B. (Doctor of Technical Sciences; Institut energetiki
(Institute of Power Engineering)], Uniflow Flaw of Pulverized Coal 16o
Teleginj, A.S. Regularities of Gas Flame Burning
16o
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Kokarev, N.I. [Candidate of Technical Sciences; Urallskiy
politekhnicheskiy institut Ineni Kirova, Sverdlovsk (Ural
Polytechnical Institute imeni Kirov) Sverdlovsk)]. Industrial
Testing of New Gas Heads of Open Hearth Furnaces 178
Bogdanov, Ye, P. On the Thermal Regime of the Gasification Process l86
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Zhulayev, P. Zh. [Candidate of Technical Sciences; Docent].
Survey of Work on Hydrodynamics Done by the Institut Energetiki
,I.N KazSSR (institute of Power Engineering of the Academy of
Sciences Kazakhsbaya SSR) 187
fiomanen'lco, S,V. Ooccased). Rnzic Problems of Flow Thermodynamics
ir Real Baund,3r.., Conditions 197
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Mironenko, T,K. Effect of the Local Mitribution of Ti,qy
2jr
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Mfnhitsp A.G, Flow of Boiling and Hot Water ThrouC~h Conical !'ou.1cs 115
Radchenko, G.A., anl P,V, Beloborodov. Concentration Fl,cldr. of
i(ighly nisrerned A~roaola In Air ConAnita 2.77
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(Possible methods for solving boundary layer problems in the
case of dissociation and diffu8ion; Conference on Heat and Mass
Transfer, Minsk, June 510p 19611 0 vozmozhriykh metodakh reshe
nlia zadach pogranicbnogo sloia pri nalichii dissotsiatsii i dif
fuzii; soveshchanie po teploi massoobmenu, g. Minak, 510 Aunia
1961 g. Minsk, 1961. 35 p. (MIRA 15:2)
(Boundary layer) (Dissociation) (Diffusion)
GINSBURG, 1. P.
"On Possible Solution Methods of Problems of a
Boundary Layer at Dissociation and Diffusion."
Report submitted for the Conference on Heat and Mass Transfer,
Minsk, BSSR, June 1961.
amemima. 1. P.. GALANOVAp S. S. , and DWNTYEV, V. G.
"Solution of Laminar Boundary Layer Problems With Regard of
Radiation and Absorption of a MediUm."
Report submitted for the Conference on Heat and Mass Transfer,
Minsk, BSSR, June 1961.
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LUTHORS Ginzburg, I.P.
TITLE: Turbulent boundaa7 layer in a compressible fluid (gas
mixture)
PERIODICALt Leningrad. Universitet. Vests1k. Seriya matematiki, mekhaniki
i astro3wall, noIt 1961P T588
TRXTt Starting from the semiempirical theory of turbulenue the author
elves an approximate solution of the problem of the determination of
skin friction and heat of a plate being in a compressible fluid during
a turbulent motion. Dissociation and diffusion are bonsidered, the
Prandtl number maj be an arbitrary constant.
At first the author establishes the stationary boundary 1sVer equations
under consideration of the diffusion and the forces due to inertia. For
the determination of the components of the friction tensor and the
diffusion and heat vectors the author uses the results of the sea$
empirical theory of turbulence, where the mixing ways in all oases are
equated. It is assumed that there exists a laminar lower stratum, where
at the boundary of it the derivatives of the velocity, of the heat
content and the concentration have jumpe, while the velocity, the heat
content and the concentration themselves, as well as the skin friction,
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the diffusion and, the beat flow remain continuous. A mmber of further
simplifications is made, e.g. it is put
T . a h3+b h 2+0 h+d~ (33)
where T  Umperature, M  Mi  molecular weight of the ith
component, A  relative mass concentration, h h h
? 1 151, 1 
specific entalpy of the ith componentl the gas is assumed to be
thermodynamically ideal; the friction stress is arranged as a quadratic
polynomial in where y  coordinatelto the plate, E thickness of
the boundary 1&yer. The equations can be integrated under these and
further assumptions., For the velocity distribution in the laminar lower
stratum the author obtains
v 1+n V +U v2 (83)
x x x PW
where Z is the friction stress at the wall, while pw and n are
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connected by the arrangement
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i~+_dj ) '
where coefficient of the physical tebacity, h  the hvalue at the
wall. The author determinest 1. The dependence ofwthe full heat conteut
of the velocity. 2. Velocity profile 3. Thickness of the laxinar lower
stratum and the velocity at its boundary 4. The connection between ~
and S thickness of the boundary layer 5. Law of friction. 6.temperature
of the surface of the plate 7. The appearing constants.
The author mentions L.Ye.Kallkhman. There are 2 figures, 1 Sovietbloc
and 2 nonSoiiiatbloc references. The reference to the Raglishlanguage
publication reads as followsi M.Leghthill. J. fluid mech., 2, no.1,1957.
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AUTHORS: Babushkin, S ~). and Ginzburg, I.P. Meningrad)
TITLE: On the theory of nonlinear combined and autoromous
control systems
PERIODICALi Izvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR, Otdeleniye tekhnicheskikh
nauk, Energetika i avtomatika, 1961, NO.3, PP.1430
TEXT; The article attempts to determine the nature of a computer
(analogue) for an automatic control system in which k controllers
regulate that many system coordinates, such that absolute
invariance of the regulated parameters and their autonomy with
respect to the other coordinates of the system be obtained. Th
system considered in all generality is shown in Fig.1, where
A is the object, 8 the computer, the small blocks labelled
is .... v , k are the regulators. Furth r yo ( V ~ 1, ..,, k)
are the coordinates of the object in kspac:, xj)M
(J 1 itn)p) describe the motion of the regulators,
x %, (VI , "
n'O V a ..69 k) is the action applied by the V th
regulator to the object, gq(t) is the input programme to the
computer, Ov  Y.0  g.O(t) are error signals (physically
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measured) ~L V M (t ) &j p I V  1, ..., k) are
exle5nal perturbations acting on t~e* ob ect and regul tors, and
xi V are the computed control signals. Finally, I v are the
functions generated by the computer. Such a system is described
by a system of differential equations consisting of three groups
of equations: equations describing the motion of the controlled
object and the controllers, equations describing the motion of
the computer, and k equations describing the errors. It is
assumed that the equations of the object are fixed while the
equations of the regulators are only slightly varying. The
physical measurements and their conversion to computer input
signals are assumed inertialess. The object and regulator
functions and their partial derivative an well as the computer
functions and partial derivative are assumed continuous and bounded
over the entire range of possible variation. The computer has
k equations for solving the k input signals to the regulators.
In these equations there are initially undetermined equations
describing as yet unknown corrective networks. The problem posed
by the paper can now be stated more precisely. It is required to
determine the conditions placed on the computer functions
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N = 1, 2, ..., k) (1.2)
i.e. that the motion of the object identically correspond to the
input programme, as well as the conditions on the equations of
the individual regulators and the overall automatic control system,
in order that the motion defined by this solution be stable.
Such motion is termed: programme motion. Eq.(1.2) permits the
system of differential equations of the general system to be
simplified by elimination of the static error equations. The
second section of the article is concerned with the derivation of
the simplified equations. This simplification depends on the
fact that for an approximately invariant system, the error terms
in the object and regulator equations are negligible (which is not
true for the computer equations which depend precisely on the
error values). Then a subset of the equations simplify to an
autonomous system of N differential equations in N variables,
which can therefore be integrated'independently of the remaining
k equations of the system. The problem of determining the
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computer function in solved by first substituting the functions of
time found for the simplified object and regulator equations in the
general expression for the as yet unknown computer functions.
By the formulation itself of the problem, the steady state values
of the errors are arbitrarily small. Then the functions OV
can be expanded close to the plane in which the errors and their
derivative vanish in a Taylor series in variations of the error
from this plane. This implies that absolu e invariance of the
system will occur only when the functions C; vanish identically
and the partial derivatives with respect to the errors aye bounded
with substitution in them of the functions of time ;ZjJ V)I
where the bar indicates the solution of the simplified system.
Examining further the conditions placed on the functions
it is found that one sufficient solution to the problem is
equivalent to a control system using perturbation only. No system
operating on deviation alone can satisfy the criteria of absolute
invariance and autonomy. The author then derives a system of
variational equations which constitute the basis for the final
stage of the solution. In the final section, the author examines
the question of stability of the motion defined by the solution
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obtained. The stability problem reduces to the study of the
stability of the zero solution of an homogeneous system of linear
differential equations with variable coefficients. In a
particular case the coefficients of the equations become constants.
It is this particular case which is examined in detail in the
article. The examination is carried out in two stages, firstly
for each of the It coordinates independently and then the system
as a whole. The stability conditions are expressed in terms of
the roots of algebraic equations. It is found that the stability
depends not only on the form of control function, but on the
parameters of the controlled object and the regulators. Thus
conditions can be obtained for the physical realizability of the
system. A brief remark on the general case (where the stability
coefficients are variable) indicates that the dependence on the
system paramoters holds here as well. In conclusion the author
mentions various related questions which have not been treated
in the article. The possibility of substantially simplifying the
form of the differential equations defining the regulation function
or even of excluding from these equations a part of the information
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external to the the 9th coordinate system; the elimination of
mutual couplings between the regulators; the possibility of using
selfadjusting corrective networks in the computer and the
inclusion of nonlinear equations in the latter. There are
3 figures and 16 references: 12 Sovietbloc and 4 nonSovietbloc.
The four references to English language publications read as
follows: Moore, I.R. Proc.IRE, 1951, v39, Noll, pp.14211432;
Baksenbom, A.S., Hood, R., NACA, Rep.980, 1950;
Aseltine, I.A., Manicini, A.R., Sarture, C.W., Trans. IRE on
Automatic Control, PGAC6, 1958; Margolis, M., Leondes, C.T.,
IRE Veson Convention Record, 1959, Pt4, P.104.
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AUTHORS: Ginzburg, I.P.t and Focheryzhenkovy G.V.
TITLE: Turbulent boundary layer of heatinsulated airfoil or
axisymmetric body
PERIODICAL: Leningrad. Univer8itet. Vestnik. Seriya matematiki,
inekhaniki i astronomiit no. 4j 1961, 115  121
TEXT: The problem of gas flow in a turbulent boundary layer is
solved by assuming Pr = 1. Velocity profile: It is assumed that the
friction stress in the boundary layer can be expressed by
wfLl _ (Y)lj+ w((L)_(;L)2 (1.1)
where Tw is the shear stress at the wall, the thickness of the
boundary layer and y the distance from the ivall;
W L ft.
T dx1
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the gas is ideal.; equation
T
R h + d U3)
holds. Hence
c 11 + d 11w +cd
1 w =  1 (15)
Pw cl h + d d v2
H +  _ A x
w c1 2
where Hw is the heat content of unit mass outside the boundary lay
er. The.equations of semiempirical turbulence theory are used (in
conjunction with Bqs. (1.1) and (15)) for obtaining the equation
for the velocity profile in the turbulent bound ary layer, viz.
+ d
C,
Pa. kIy7 d Vi.
It, + A 2
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The presence of a laminar sublayer is aunumed. There one can appro
Xilflately (let:
w y2
X Pw Tw dx 2
The velocity tit the boundary of the laminar sublayer is
(17)
V 1 + T
u 2 w
]~ dl) 2 k v* Vl + W Pw
Z + pw dx 2
w (19)
where v* u
V
k k W V*
The deriv:Aion is examined of relationship between Tw and By
expansion in series (of are sin Jcl/k one obtains from
k~  k,
arcsin arcsin ~j In o.
F k 2 Ub
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equation
F, kS arcein 1k
U6 ki 1 1 2
= D e U where D e (2.1)
Vw k Vl + we
In order to find the friction resistance of an airfoil, a second
equation between 6 and Tw is required. This can be obtained frow
the iaw of conservation of momentum. For using itp one has to xnow
the thickness 8** of iost momentum and ihe thickness V of dispia
cement. If, in Their computationg ihe velocity prolile in the boun
dary layer is assumed to be that of a platep one obtains the appro
priate expressiona
L !L~ (I  2 ) d
PO Pa (2.2)
where
+
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and 6 + U2 + (23)
6** Vj___~ =u2 _r ...
If the influence of the longitudinal pressure gradient is taken in
to account, then C
I ~
pv uh k (w) P 1) L k(,.) e' (2.6)
k2
v. V PO
U
where
HW  Ht.
(H. ~+'
A
Determination of friction lawt In order to find the friction law,
i.e. the dependence of ~ on x, the equation
1 d ( rF_ Pou 2s + Pou lu TW (3.1)
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is used which expresses the momentum law; a 0 for an airfoil and
1 for an axioymmetric body. One obtains
"'d u d in r')

Vr iT _i I Pw
CI
(3.2)
x
V~
where I
ft F*
P. P
This equation is solved by the method of suc cessive approximation.
Setting
D k'
2 1 f k arcein U =
(X)V f2(X)P
k J
one obtains ln Po R ln f,(x) + gf2(x), (33)
Poo
For the determin ation of Z = po/pm R one obtains
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I dZ Ut 60 a din r' 04)
z d A
 X_ U_' + 7 __7x_ n,
where 2fn, If 2eR, tv~
1:2 (X) 2
P.
if 6*/b.. is considered as a known function of x, then Eq. (3.4) is
a linear differential equation whose solution is
7, e I F. (X) dx IC+ F, (x) eff',(xldx dxl. (35)
In the case of a plate O)p one obtains for the friction coef
ficient
Cf  2 B"' Z,
(3.6)
2kWle k, nW
U, Y4 (D
2. Nt)
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If Fo/pw = ho/Hh , then
w
(37)
(amin i
Cf = 20'e (D*I) (I U,)i..
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GINZBURG, I.P.; KOCHERYZHM(YV,, G.V.
Turbulent boundary layer of a thermally insulated v14 or
adayamtrical body, VentsIM 16 no.19:115121 161. (KIRA 14:10)
(Aerodynamico)
ad. UrdyaMts
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boun
14 6 of a turbulent
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LXKOVt A.V., akadmik, red.; SMOLISKIY, B.M., doktor tekhn. nauk,
prof., red.; GINZBURG,,;,p., doktor fiz.matem. nauk, prof.,
red.; ZAMDSXTY, doktor takhn. nauk, red.; KONAKOV,
PA., doktor tekhn. nauk, prof., red.; KOSTERIN, S.I.,doktor
tekhn. nauk, prof., red.; SHULIMAN, Z.P., inzh., otv. za
vypusk; KORIKOVSKIY, I.K., red.; JARIONOV, G.Ye., tekhn. red.
tHeat and mmaD transfer) Teplo i massoperenos. Moskva, Gos
energoizdat. Vol.3.[General problems of heat transfer) Obahchie
voprony teploobmena. 1963. 686 p. (MIRA 16:6)
1. Akademiya nauk Belorusakoy SSR (for Lykov).
(HeatTransmission) (Mass transfer)
I
GINZEURG, K~A;HIRYZHEKKQV, G.V,
Turbulent boundary layer rf a nonthermlly inaulated wing or
axisymufrlv body in a compreasible fluid. Yast,L&U 18 no.7t
N98 163. (KMA 16 j4)
(Aerotbermodynamics) (Boundary layer)
VERESHCHAGINA, L.I.; GINUUM, I.P., prof., rukovoditall raboty
Base prossure for solidn of ravoliftion In supertionic gas flow.
Vest. UIU 18 no.13WI143 163. (MIRk 160)
(Aarodynarnicn, Supersonic)
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AUTHOR: Ginsburg, L F,
TITLE: The rolationship between heat content and velocity in the boundary layer
of flowing gas
SOME: Inahenernofizicheskiy zhurnal, no. 8, 19('+, 6474
TOPIC TAGS: boundary layori heat transfer, Prandtl number, laninar flow,
turbulent flow, Lewis numbor
ABSTRACT: An approximate relationship between heat content h and flow velocity
v. for arbitrary values of Pr in turbulent as well as in physical flows was
established using the boundary layer equations in Crocco variables. On the
assumption that Lai = 1 and PtL = const in the boundary layer, general exprossions
aro derived for the coefficients R( and S
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daterodned for laminar boundary layors
turbulent boundary layer, aseuming a eubla~yer
PFA)
PrI*
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injection at the wall the values of R and 8 take a modified fom given bV
S(IISor.) + ,  (I ,),
Pr.
R (1)  R (tf.,) + (I  TI). These results show the effect of Pr
(turbulent and laminar) on heat transfer to the walls from the boundary layer and
establish a relationship between h and ve Orig., art. hass 66 fomulas and 2
figures.
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compressible fliidgaB mixture".
report presented at the 2nd AllUnion Congrss on Theoretical and Applied
Mechanics, Hoscow, 29 Jan  5 Feb 64.
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GIHZBURG~ 1.1'.
Relation betwoon tho enthalpy and volocity of a gas moving in a
boundury layer. Inzh.fiz. zhur. 'I Z10.8.6474 Av, 164.
A/ (mlia 1,710)
1. Gosudarfl tvernyy un Lvtiroi tc t im. A. A. , Lo
VAL11,111,1111, ; 6 , I JI.; POLYAKOV, ; YlIS"I"HM', Pi'
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TITLE. The aftect of th0. turbulent number Prt on the friction imlyheatkmfe of IL plate
!in turbulent gao.fliaw
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SOtQRCH, Inzholnornofi~ich'askly zhurn4l, v, 9, no.2, 1966g 156162
TOPIC TAGS: TrIction,00mmelant,' heat transfer, plate, turbulent flow, gas floif ,Prudtl
ABSTRACT: Ilie follow! sion was obtained elsewhere (Ginzburg, 1. P. IFZh.
.,No. to 1964.) to 4terniI46'the relatl6nihip between the heat content and flow ute in the
Ic"a Of nongradiefit flow iM itrbltraiOr and Prv (where Land ware laminar and turbulent
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alp
'no resent authors use this expreselofi and the basic premises in the oemlempiric theory
of tuibulence to ovaluatethe effect 6f,the Pr.V,ntLmber on the friction and heat transfer.
coefficient of a plate, 04'. art. Mai 16'numboreed formula.
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TITLE: The tuibuleo boundary layer on a plate in an incompressible fluid with
blowing of aiostancO!
S05m: in verno+.f~iichoskiy zhurnal, v. 9, no. 4, 1965, 444450
qV,
TOOIC TAGSI'~ t d'" laver, heat trans er, incompressible now,
Mrbgl Oti hOun a
R*,olds nunibdr
AB~TRACT:. tbO We# of blowing on surface friction and heat transfer in the case
o
fi
turbulent! b6uni 14yer h4i been treated previously. To solve the resulting
eud the thickness of the
ooons4 co#14in siij~olbmtnt4ry ao0umptions were made as to
i'iar;Onar~subI4~ror iiWfo the 461ocities at its boundary. The present article consi
deris the effect Of blo*ing on the,parameters of the boundary layer and on friction,
on the
basis e t*d~layer s~I~emd:o
6 f the semiempirical theory of turbulence.
To 'Confirm thNe ihdidit~~W the limiting (boundary) laws proposed previously, and to
simplify the ciklculatl~LrW, the present article considers the case of an incompressi
W ifluid. Th6 drtlcl~i 44velopd On approximate numerical solution of the basic equa
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adenc~ of the r44tive friction coefficient on the blowing par
,tiono. The depoi ameter
,is s6oWn in a lioure. iThi  resu~ti catculsted by, the proposed scheme, with a finite
r, A ho to e"riniental results than the results 61
lo W ajOje~r
~~Reix~,,aumbeo
reVious worict In tho'll ting i~p. tkoe 'when Re. qproaches infinity, the results
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