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KMM. 26, 231-3(1115:3)-, FIL"Sa.e.. isoborneol vapor through a tube at 240-G0' filled with 3-4 inm. grains of the catalyst (metal alloy catalyst, whose components are tiot mentioned) Yields 97- 8% camphor free of chem. and fritch. impurities. For a catalyst grain size of 3 mm. the best tenip, Is Z50* anti a 30- cM catglrst bed nrith 8-10 min. contact time. The reildual maierial 3 otirracted Isoborneol. G. ht. Kwolapoff GREKHNEV P P. In besieged Sevastopol. Voen. znan. 40 no.8:8-9 Ag 164. (MIRA 17:11) GRCITHIEV " zapasa - ff--, - v t -1 1 1 ,r-,1, - 1,- ro in "ronLI-Int. , Voen. zrllrl. 4-1 .9. ;-'-' 5 '65. (MTRA 118:10) GPEKHTIVEV,_f..,_..pqlkovnik zapasa And Kursk was a fortress. Voen. znan. 4:1 no..--,:r--13 F f66. (1,91bl 19: 1) GREFITNEV, V.A. What is beat7 Uch. zap. MOPI 92:2c5-263 '60. (MIRA 14:9) (Heat, Mechanical equivalent of) GREKHNEVA, Zh.G. [Hobile equipmeritfor loading large-size bundler of lumber] Perenosnaia ustanovka dlia krupno-paketnoi pogruzki lesa. Tomsk, Tomskoe knizhnoe izd-vo, 1959. 15 P. (MIRA 17:3) GREMOV, A. V. "A Tabular Method of Solving Systems of Linear Euations and Its Application tc the Design of Electric Circuits," Transactions of the Power Engineering Institute (Trudy instituts. energetiki), No 3, Power Engineering Institute, AS Uzbek SSE, 1949, 143 Pp. 3-12-1-541 D T~-anslation from: Referativnyy Zhurnal, Blektrotekhaika, 1957, Kr 1, p. 88 (USSR) AUTHOR: Grekhov, A. V. TITW: Investigation of Schemes for the Improvement of Dynamic Stability of Electric Systems by Connecting Load Resistances (Issledovaniye skhem povysheniya dinamicheskoy ustoychivosti elektricheskikh sistem putem vk1yacheniyu nagr=ochnvkh soprotivleniy). ABSTRACT-. Bibliographic entry on the author's dissertation for the degree of Candidate of 7behnical Sciences, presented to the Power Engineering lastitute, Uzbek SSR Academy of Sciences, (Energ. in-t AN UzSSR) 2Lshkent, 1956 ASSOCIATION: Power Engineering Institute., Uzbek SSR Acadeqr of Sciences, (Energ. in-t An UzSSR Tashkent) Card 1/1 8(3) V PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION sov/1476 Akademiya nauk Uzbekskoy SSR. Institut energetiki I avtomatiki Voprosy peredachi elektroenergii na dallniye rasstoyaniya (Problems In Long-distance Transmission of Electric Power) Tashkent, Izd-vo AN Uzbekskoy SSR, 1958. 176 p. (Series: Its: Trudy, vyp. 11) 650 copies printed. Resp. Ed.: Kh.F. Fazylov, Academician, UzSSR Academy of Sciences; Ed. of Publishing House: N.A. Romanika; Tech. Ed.: Z.P. Gor1kovaya. PURPOSE: The book is intended for personnel of scientific research institutes and for engineers and technicians of industrial design organizations. COVERAGE: This collection contains five articles concerning capaci- tive self -excitation of synchronous and induction n&*iJnes ad methods of calculating the limits of self-excitation. An analysis is pre- sented of some problems of normal and emergency operating condi- tions of long electric transmission lines. References appear af- ter each article. Card 1/7 Problems in Long-distance (Cont.) sov/1476 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Shchedrin, N.N., Corresponding Member, Academy of Sciences, Uzbek SSR. On the Problem of Capacitive Self-excitation of Synchronous and Induction Machines 5 The aithor selected for discussion only the simplest cases of capacitive self-excitation'(as an undesirable phenomenon), namely,when the stator circuit of a three-phase machine Is entirely symmetrical, has constant parameters, and has In each phase an identical capacitance connected in series. Other cases are mentioned only superficially. The author discusses critically the va'rious points of view concerning the mechanism and conditions under which self-excitation occurs as presented In the references to his article. He concludes that the great number varieties of capacitive self-excitation and their cl"sification can be related to the physical nature of electromagnetic torque associated with the idea of rotating magnetic fields. The author dis- cusses the two best known types of electromagnetic moments: the reactive and the asynchronous moments. The first of these Card 2/7 Problems in Long-distance (cont.) sov/1476 is the basis for self-excitation which the author calls f1re- active-synchronous." The second Is the basis for asynchronous self-excitation. The author proceeds to a study of two cases of capacitive self-excitation: 1) in the simplest case of an induction machine and 2) in a generator with salient poles, with a longitudi- nal excitation winding and no damping coils on the rotor. The author concludes with a short review of methods of combating underirable self-excitation and finds that there is no universal method which is at the same time effective and economical. There are 19 references, of which 18 are Soviet (including 2 translations), and 1 English. The article contains 9 diagrams. Shchedrin" N.N., Corresponding Member, Academy of Sciences, Uzbek SSR. Some Methods of Calexilating the Limits of Self-excitation of Induc- ~tion and Synchronous Machines 47 The author is of the opinion that experimental methods of deter- mining the limits of self-excitation are difficult and there Is no possibility of obtaining operational data from existing The development of sufficiently simple and exact methods of calcula- ting these limitsis therefore important for the design of certain elec- tric power systems. In practice, the problem is reduced to finding Card 3/7 Problems in Long-distance (Cont.) sov/1476 the initial and terminal values of capacitance between which lies the self-excitation zone. The terminal value, which corresponds to reactive73ynchronous self-excitation, is easily determined from the.characteristic equation of the machine. The article is devoted to finding the initialvalue, which corresponds to asynchronou3 self- excitation. The author determines the number of Initial parameters) investigates the characteristic equations and finds the root values of these. For unsymmetrical types of machines, the author Introduces approximate methods based on simplified equivalent circuits. There is one appendix, 12 diagrams and 7 Soviet references (including 1 translation). Pospelov, G.Ye. Efficiency of Electric Transmission and its Depen- dency on the Distribution of Compensators 79 The author investigates the effect of the distribution of line- drop compensators along a transmission line on the losses of active power and on the efficiency of electric transmission. Energy losses over a period of a year are of decisive importance; however, the auth( considers it kidiqxmsable to sbi&j the effect of t1iffle lamm with lead dwWs tm#xut Card 4/7 Problems in Long-distance (Cont.) SOV/1476 wide range, corresponding to maximum and minimum values. Com- menting on the works presented in the references, the author claims that they discuss only the maximum conditions or use for- mulas inconvenient for calculation. Besides, the conditions under which maximum efficiency is obtained are not clearly pre- sented. The author attempts to clarify all these problems and submits formulas for determining losses of active power and ef- ficiency of transmission. He finds that associated with maximum efficiency are comparatively small active powers, low power fac- tors at the end of the line, and voltage differentials not ex- ceeding 10 per cent. The location of compensators may affect the efficiency of transmission by 2 to 3 per cent for lines 900 km long. There are 23 diagrams and B'Soviet references (includ- ing 1 translation). -Grekhov, A.V. Increasing the Dynamic Stability of Electric Systems y the Inclusion of Load Resistances 127 The article is a condensation of the author's Candidate thesis, which he prepared under the supervision of Academecian Kh.F. Fazylov, Academy of Sciences, Uzbek SSR. The author enumerates Card 5/7 Problems in Long-distance (Cont.) SOV/1476 several accepted methods of increasing the dynamic stability of long electric power transmission lines. Most of these methods require the introduction of complex and costly systems of automatic control. The author discusses a method of elec- tric braking of generators,which he considers to be most ef- ficient. Braking is achieved by momentary automatic switching- in of load resistances. The author compares the various types of load resistances and the methods of switching them into the generator circuit. He selects the method of parallel switching of active load resistances according to the diagram in Fig. 1. Switching takes place almost simultaneously with the occurrence of a short in the system and, according to the author, it pro- v1des electric braking of the generator during the period of maximum excess of power. The method is said to be simple and economical as well as efficient. The article analyzes several variant methods of parallel load switching as employed In the Kuybyshev - Moscow electric power transmission line. The author makes analytical calculations for various operating conditions. There are 15 diagrams and 5 Soviet references. Card 6/7 Problems in Long-distance (Cont.) sovA476 Pospelov, O.Ye. Certain Assumptions of an Economic Analysis of Electric Power Transmission 157 The author attempts to determine appropriate technical solutions which would ensure the desired economy of operation of long-di8- tance electric power transmission. He bases his economic analy- sis on Marxist-Leninist teachings and discusses a series of ar- ticles which appeared in the Soviet periodicals during the period 1934 to 1956. There are 30 Soviet references. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Jr1sfm 4-16-59 Card 7/7 8(0) SOV/ 112-59 -2--2779 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Elektrotekhr-ika, 1959, Nr 2, p 72 (USSR) AUTHOR: Grekhov, A. V. TITLE: Increasing the Dynamic Stability of Electric Systems by Connecting Load Resistors (Povysheniye dinamicheskoy ustoychivosti elektricheskikh sistem vklyucheniyem nagruzochnykh soprotivleniy) PERIODICAL: Tr. In-ta energ. i avtomatiki AN UzbekSSR, 1958, Nr 11, pp 127-155 ABSTRACT. The effectiveness of parallel -connected load resistor s.intended to increase dynamic stability is considered; the resistors are connected to the generator buses via a normally closed breaker and spark gaps. At the moment of short-circuit, a high voltage is applied to the spark gaps which causes flash-- over. The arc is extinguished and the resistors disconnected by the circuit breaker at the proper moment. Such a scheme permits switcl-Ling on the resistors almost simultaneously with the moment of short-circuit and ensures Card 1 /Z SOV/ 112-59-2-2779 Increasing the Dynamic Stability of Electric Systems by Connecting Load Resistors braking the generator during the minimum-power transmission. With properly selected load resistors, dynamic stability would be determined by system parameters under post-failure conditions, and the short-circuit, in so far as its effect on dynamic conditions is concerned, would be similar to loss of a transmission -line section. Experimental study of the load-resistor effective- ness (on an electrodynamic model) confirmed the possibility of increasing the dynamic stability of a transmission line whose parameters are close to the 400-kv Kuybyshev -Moscow transmission line. A. A. K. Card Z/Z GR:,,'KHCVP A%v. Use of electric braking for increasing the dymmic stability in complex power systems. Izv. AN Uz. SSR. Ser. tekh. nauk Q no.2: 15-22 165. (Vir"A 18-.9.) 1. Uzbekskiy nauchno-isaledovatellakly institut energetiki i avtomatiki. EWT ACC NR; AP6013978 somacE coDr-,: uR/o167/65/000/002/0015/0022 AUYHOR: Grekhov, A. -V ORG; Uzbek Scientific Research Institute of Power and Automation,(Uzbekskiy nauchno- issledovatellskiy institut energetiki i avtomatiki) TITL~,-,': Useof electrical braldng for incroasiiig the dynarde stability in a compound power systom 04 - ri SOURCE: AN UzSSR. Izvestiya. Seriya tokhnicheskikh nauk, no. 2, 1965, 15-22 TOPIC TAGS: electric power transmission, electric power production, electric gone- rator ABSTRACT: The pux-pose Of this articlo is to find the effect of 61ec'trioal brakinc- on increasing the dynotic stability of a compound electric power sys- ..a-,i consisting of stations of commensurable power, connected by long transmis. sion lines. Because of the nonlinoarity of the problan, the studies were made by numerical analy3is on concrete circuits of the systaa, and numerical calculations of the dyna,mic stability were made on a static altoftatinef current model. T-ho follow. ing.systa-as-were investiffati3d: (l) 4 systerd" C-ionsisting of two stations of commensurable power. 'Zia line is 614 Im long, and the povor~ tranmitted is 1200 `-M at a voltage of 400 W. 'The line has throe switchins pointsp 40% of the inductance is cov~pensated for b~ a L 99390-66 Q ACC NR: AP6013978 series capacitor,uhile the capacity of the line is compensated for by 6unt :coils,, 'All the zenorators of the system are provided with a device for automatically unritching in braking impedances. 7he dynamic stability (oft the .system was calculated for throe-teniinal and two-tenninal short circuits to ground lastim, 0.13 and 0.20 seconds. It was found that for short circuits tat the. start of Vio line the generators of tie tranmAtting station lose powor~ -.4 .and accelerate, MAle the generators in the receiving system take on load and 1* ;are retarded. The angle between the voltage vectors of the transmitting and-..: .,'?recoiving Vstan increases more ra~pidly than iihon the roceiving" Wjstem is represented b buss bars of infinite power. To increase the effect of the ',braking it is necessary to leave tlio iirpedance3 connected until the relative I ,acceleration of the rotors Is equalto zero. For short circuits at the and iof the line, Ahe generators of both systans lose power and are acc6loratedo 0 iThe relative acceleration is datemined by the difference in excess power in .the two systems. The dynamic stability is better than for short circuits at the start of the line, Since the generators of both systems are accelerated# -ed in. The duration of the braking may their bi-aking Impedances,are connect be limited to'the period of the short circuit. (2) % -system of two stations of commensurable Power with an intermediate - sup- porting s;mchronous compensatory * The line is similar to the previous case but instead of the series capacitor in*the middle of the line there is a supporting ;synchronous ccmpensator vhich m9intains the voltage constant, - Under steady tate conditions andi'lar. statia -stability, the line aots as thq& ~Vvas Wt L 22399-.66 F'XcC_ NR,.- _AP6()1_3_9*?'8__'_____ i Ion-. Vne of the synchronous condenser is 600 Nva, and it is as con- power nected to the line t7hrouZh a serlos capacitor which conpopsattlos for an 4LD 90'4 of t1no reactive impedance of the transforj,,)er and the transiont reactance of the condenser. Calculations for short circuits at t1io start of the line showed th4t the dynanic stability 13 alwayD disturbed, ever for "strong" regulation of the excitation of the compensator. A calculation was mado for the care iihore 'Uiere was a series capacitor, and the sZmchronouz =,pansator was comiected in. While the systcn, was stable -vrithout synchronous condensers the stability was disturbed with the synchronous condenser in. liffien the ' *systen had a synchronous condenser vith a compensated reactive impedance, and Aho conpensatihS compensator was not Mhunted durin.ff the period of short cir- ,cuit, any cUsturbance of operation led to loss of dynamic stability. Dynamic stability is maintained it, during the short circuit, the s~mchronous conden- ser is disconnected from the system, or at the time of short circuit i3 shunted by a capaoitor to compensate for the reactance of the synchronous condenser. (3) A system of three stations of comensurable power, connected by long trans- mission lines. The Arst part of the syatea is the same as the systen consii- ting of two stations, idille the third system# connected at one end, transmits,` '6oo iv of active power~Ovor a distance of 764 lan. it-id 'shown fron cacula- ' ~tions of the dynamic stability during short circuits at various points in the' ,wjstem that electrical braking is very orfective. To maintain dynamic sta-_-t. bility, it is usual to increase the moment of inertia of the machines.6 Card AP6013978 A NR, Calculations made for differentmoments of inertia in the -wyst~n showed that with no electrical braking the dpamio stability is dlstux~bed, Vaile with braking, it is maintained with a large margin. Thus, electrical braking n. Makbs it ppasible to dispense with i creasUg the momonts of inortia of the 'machinese Orig. art. has: 6 figures. fjPR-s7 SUB CODr,~: 10, 09 SUBM DATE: Mug& ORIG REF: 007 GREKHOVI F., kand. sellskokhoz. nnuk Economic effJciency of breedlng meat, nnd wool-boaring sheep. Inform. biul. VPNKH no.2:20-22 F 165. (MIRA 18:3) 1. GHL-KEOV, F. A. 2. (6oo) 4. 'i-lool 7. -',uality of wool from fine-wool I-Ind coarse-wool cllot;.'.'~e-..". ':IrJ,iv '.'Y'll 20. 1952. 9. Monthly List I,f Ausgian Accessions, Library of Con;m-,,ss, L-trcl- 1953. 'Inclas~dfied. .-.idmals. SLzO I Otock. Hc 201 155b, 9259-3. iJ.-*-, Verctuin, I.G. Ills .I-*L tlu The OstrO;--cz1.S1: Shoo:" (J J~T Ori Pub: 0%.-tsevoastvo, 195'j .,1- 2, 7-10. '.-Lq-,e Ostro-;cz'isk s! ucy) 'ircud ims Obtained tl-rou:` the craos-~'urcctlizi.-- of sheep with J-1sroh mr.s. Arii.z~ls of Viij bree(I have Vie heijht of 73 ell 1-'-1 rMls, 6,1) c:; i;i owes, .~,,casurc~! at the withers. The wcol a'%; % shcarinE:, is res1,0-c- tively 6 - 6.9 a-ld 3.r3, kL;. Me live -,rci[~it of the 1. s for mmval VIC.3 Tt 50',) of the -.101"L-111t of Vic YntLirc cwcs, Vic titiot ia t:ic lic'-wy wool was Cl- 1-d 1/12 63 GREKIIQV,,,F.L., do'Bent, kand. sel'skokhoz. nauk U Work results of the development of Liskino dual-purpose sheep with a crossbred wool-type. Izv. TSKIM no.4:205-219 165. (MIRA 18!11) 1. Kafedra ovtaevodstva Moskovekoy sellskokhoz~aystvennoy ordena Lenira akademii imeni Timiryazova. Submitted January 7, 1965. GREKHOV, F.A. Meat characteristics of five and seven-month old castrated male sheep of the Ostrogozhsk and Liski regions. Biul.MOIF. Otd.biol. 70 no-5:110-114 S-0 165. (~-ILRA 18:12) GRM OVO F.A., doUent, kwnd. YEvk flew Ostrogozlisk sheep strain with crossbred wool. Izv.TSM no. l.-163-178 t65 (MIPA 19.-1) 1. Kafedra ovtsevodstva .1-loskovskoy sel'skokhozyaystvennoy ordena Lenina akademii imeni Timiryazeva. -GREKHOV, GoFr Calculating the wood-earth surfacing of motortruck roads. Nauch. trudy LTA no.96:129-138 161. (NIRA 170) RABINOVICHP K. R.; _,GREIGIOV, G.F. Geological structure presence and prospects of are in the southeastern part of the Irtysh shear zone. Trudy Alt MM AN Kazakh. SSR 9:64-71 160. ~MIRA 14:6) 1. Altayskly gornometallurgicheskiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut AN Kazakhakoy SSR (for Rabinovich*). 2. Vostochno- Kazakhstanskoye geologicheskoye upravleniye (for Grekhov). (Irtysh Valley,6--Geolky, Structural) KORCHUNOV, N.G.; BARANOV, DRANITSYNA, N.N.; STRELE, L.A., red. (Methods of conducting practice training for*~Ve students of forestry faculties] Metodika provedoniia uchebnoi praktiki dlia studentov lesoinzhenernykh fakulltetov; uchebnoe posobie. Leningrad, Leningr. Lesotekhn. akad. 1962. 61 p. (MIRA 16:7) (Foresters-Education and training) AUTHOR: Grekhov, I.A. 130-58-4-14/20 ~_'bperating coterie ce with Cold-rolling Mills (Opyt TITIE: raboty na stanakh kholodnoy prokatki) PERIODICAL: Metallurg, 1958, Pr 4, pp 26 - 29 (USSR). ABSTRACT: The author mentions the advantages of cold-rolling for producing high-quality, thin-walled, tubes of carbon steel, stainless, heat-resisting bearing tubes and high-pressure tubes. He outlines the special design features of types KhPT-?5, KhPT-55 and KhYT32 cold-rolling tube mills designed and manufactured by the Urallskiy zavoa tyazhelogo mashino- stroyeniya (Urals Heavy Engineering Works) and goes on to analyse the reasons for idle time when these mills were tested at the Novotrubnyy Works. Work was carried out jointly by works' personnel, designers from the mill manufacturers and scientists from the Uralbkiy politekhnicheskiy institut (Urals Polytechnical Institute) to improve constructional features and reduce idle time. The main cause of failure of the working stand was found to be wear or failure of bearings and measures were taken to protect roll bearings from over- loading. A ready-assembled spare working stand was found to be desirable also some modifications to the stand and its Card,/Lrails. Some modif icatioxis in the mill-drive system were made, Operating Experience with Cold-rolling Mills 130-58-4-14/20 including the replacement of cast by forged parts, bearing changes and the reduction to 75 per minute of the frequency of double travel of the working stand. On the KhIPT-55 and -32 mills, the main reducing gear, in spite of being made of special alloy steel, was found to be and remains a weak spot; on the KhPT-?5 mill it is satisfactory. The same holds for the feed mechanism and the wthor lists the modifications intro- due,,ed at the Novotrubnyy Works and mentions two new designs as yet untested. Regular inspection and adjustment of the "ariLing-pinions has prevented idle time due to failures here. Better foundations for the housings of the working stand and feed mechanisms were introduced. There are 3 figures. ASSOCIATION: Pervoural I skiy novotrubnyy zavod (Pervoural I sk New Pipe Card 2/2 Rolling Mi.11) GILLHOV, .J'.,, ACC NR: AP6033255 SOURCE GODE: UR/0109/66/011/010/1781/1788 AUTHOR: Grekhov, L V.; Kryukova, N. N.; Chelnokov, V. Ye. ORG: none TITLE: Investigation of characteristics of silicon p-n junctions with controlled avalanche 1. SOURCE: Radiotekhnika i elektronika, v. 11. no. 10, 1966, 1781-1788 TOPIC TAGS: pn junction, silicon diode, avalanche diode ABSTRACT: As the diffusion coefficient of Al at 1320C is higher by one order of magnitude than that of B, the breakdown voltage of a diffused-Al silicon speclimen is much higher than that of a diffused -B specimen (experimental curves shown). :Reverse-current I-V characteristics were measured in silicon p-n junctions equipped with (diffused-Al) guard rings, at 18-140C. Specimens with breakdown Card I / 2 ACC NR: AP6033255 voltages of 440 and 770 v had resistivities of 5. 5 and 15 ohms-cm, respectively. These controlled -avalanche junctions could withstand high:ahort-time reverse voltages (heavy reverse currents). The p-n junctions suffered breakdown much ,earlier than surface breakdown would take place. The breakdown holes of 0. 3-0.8-mm diameter occurred in the central (diffuoed-B) part of the specimens. -The knockout energy is roughly constant which is seen from an experimental breakdown-power vs. pulse-duration plot. By using rippled d-c voltage and a CL cathode-ray oscillograph, the breakdown of individual microplasms was observed.: ,Orig. art. has: 7 figures, S formulas, and 2 tables. .SUB CODE; 09 SUBM DATE: 27May65 ORIG REF: 002 OTH REF: 004 CWd ACC NR-. AW005"530 '1)'G'j11CE CODE: AUVOIR: Grekhov, I. V, ; Kryukova, N. U. ; Chelnokov, V. Ye. ORG: Physicoteebnical Institute im. A. F. loffe, AN SSSR, Leningrad (Fiziko- telchnicheskiy institut AN SSSR) TITLE: Mic--oD!asma phenomena in silicon SOURCE: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. "), no. 12, 1966, 34-14-3479 TOPIC TAGS: silicon, semiconductor plasma, pn junction, surface property, volt ampere characteristic, dielectric breakdown ABSTRACT: 'rnis is a continuation of earlier work on deep lying p-n junctions (R-;;dio- tekhnika i elelftronika v. 9, 56, 1c,,66) and deals with microplasma phenomena occurring in cascade breakdown of deep p-n junctions prepared by diffusion of boron in n-type silicon. %lost earlier investigations were limii'e-d to microplasmas produced at the emergence of the D-n junction to the surface. The present investigation deals with' I .4unctions that have a lar,~e depth (40 - IGO p). Since the radiation from the micro- Dlasma is nractically by the silicon, the data on the microplasma. deforma- tion was obtained lb.-,' studying the character oil breakdown of a large number of cascade nicrodiodes prepared on a single silicon plate by photolithography. Protection against surface breakdown was afforded by a guard ring. The junctions were prepared by a procedure described by the authors earlier (Elektrichestvo V. 7, 56, i566). By studying the oscillogram of the inverse volt-ampere characteristic of the diode :-Card 1/2 ACC NR: AY1005330 durin- the breakdcnin it was possible to determine t.he distribution of the micro- plasmas over the area of the junction, the volt-ampere characteristic, the variation Iof the microplasma temperature with current, and the geometric dimensions of the microplasma. The results show that the microplasmas are distributed quite uniformly over the area of the junction. Their number can be quite large, and the breakdowa voltage can differ greatly from junction to junction. The breakdown volt-ampere characteristic can be approximated by an e.,,.ponential function. The calculated geo- metrical dimensions of the microplasma were found to agree well with the experimental !data. Orig. art. has: 4 figures, 8 formulas, and 1 table. SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATE: 19Feb66/ ORIG 'REF: 003/ OTH REF: 008 Card 2/2 - ACC NR, Ai'700604.6 SOURCE CODE: UR/0109A6/011/010/1856/18 AUTHOR: Grekhov, I. V.; Liniychuk, I. A.; Chelnokov, V. Ye.; Shuman, V. B. ORG: none TITLE: Influence of space charge layer on volt-ampere characteristic of multi-strat diffusion structures in silicon SOURCE: Radiotekhnika i elektronika, v. 11, no. 10, 1966, 1856-1864 TOPIC TAGS: volt ampere chartacteristic, pn junction I ABSTRJ%CT: Results are presented from calculation of the dependence of width 1* of space charge layer in diffusion silicon pn junctions on the applied voltage I.-Lor certain practically interesting cases (with low additive concentration gradi-! bent in junction). Calculations were performed on the BESM-2 computer. Experi- ' imental data are presented on the investigation of the volt-ampere characteristic.: iof diffusion p-n junctions;-the data is compared with calculated data. Calcula-., 1-tions and experiment are in good agreement. Thus, the calculated dependences ;can be used in planning diffusion multi-stratal structures.. The authors thank j D. I. Kurakina for help in the experimental work. Orig. art. has: 9 figures and ill formulas. 1JPRS: 39,5681 SUB CODE: 09 Card r,__3.0991-66____Z,,T(e X~C NRI AP6002888 SoliRCE CODE: UP/0286/65/000/021#/0045/0045 INVENTOR: -GreRhov, I. V.: Linivchuk, 1. A.; Lebedeva, L. V.; Tuchkevich, V. M.; Chelnokov, V. Ye.; Shuman, V. B.; Yakivehik, 14. 1. ORG: none TITLE: Method of creating a source of diffusion of aluminum in silicon. Class 21, No. 176989 (announced by the Physical Engineer ng Institute im. A.F. Toffe,AN SSSR (Fiziko-tekhnicheakly institut AN SSSR) SOURCE: Byulleten' izobreteniy i tovarnykh 7.nakov, no. 24, 1965, 45 TOPIC TACS: aluminum, diffusion, aluminum diffusion, junction, pap junction, npnpn junction, pan junction, junction forming ABSTRACT: This Author Certificate Introdtices n method of forming an aluminum source for the diffusion of aluminum in silicon In an oxi ,~tlzing atmosphere such as air. To iwinum in the form of Al(N03)3 simplify the technique and accelerate the diffusite solution or of a mixture of alum1num-oxide powder I i powder oxides of metals such as tungsten, titanium, or tantalum is depostLed *Fy any well-known method on the sur- face of silicon plates. In a variant of the above method, in order to obtain struc- tures of the types p-n-p or n-p-n-p-n, the surface of silicon plate is first coated witi a boron or phosphorus compound and subjected to heat treatment. In a further variant of the first and second methods, in order to form semiconducting structures of such l I'l 21- . C'M Iql '7n nnn q. Cql q01 L 30991-66 ACC NRs AP6002888 0 types as p-n-n+, one of the sides of the silicon plate is coated with an alcoholic ' solution of aluminum, boron, and nickel compounds, and the other side is coated with a solution of orthophosphoric acid in alcohol, followed by a heat treatment. (RD) SUB CODE: S~BM DATE: 05Mar64/ ATD PRESS: tAt~I ---I -- - -Ypt- GREKHOV, !.V.; LINIYCHUK, I.A.,- TIUCHKEVICH, V.M., CHFLNOKOV, V.Ye.j V.D.; YAKIVCHIK, N.,I, Som-~, applications of regulated Billcon power rectifiers. ElektrIchaHtmo no.2.76-77 F 165. (MIRA 180) GREKHOV, N.T., inah.; PISTSOV, Yu.N., inzh.; 2ERNITSKIY, V.G., inzh.; KJUCI'OKHIN, I.I. Raising heat loads during the combustion of low-grade fuels. Obog. i brik.ugl. no.28:58-68 162. (MJRA 17:4) GREKHOV, V.V. Electric drive made by efficiency promoters. Bum. proms no.2: 24 F 164- (MIRA 17:3) 1. Direktor bumazhnoy fabriki "Krasnyy kiyuch". vl~ t n a O's cm~w-,,a ok i- ,u- GREKHOVA, I.P. -1 - -------- - I -- ' - Lowering disease incidence of infants in nurseries. Vop.okh.mat. i det. 7 no.8:64-66 Ag 162. (MIRA 15:9) 1. Iz Gorlkovskogo nauchno-issledovatel Iskogo pediatricheskogo instituta (dir. - N.P.Zhukova) i iz yasley No.7 Priokskogo rayons. Gorlkogo (zav. N.A.Semenova). (CHILDREN--CARE AND HYGIENF) GRS.KHOV, L T. Combustion In rubbled-hearth, boiler furnaces under various conditions of air blow. Izv.vya.ucheb.zay.; tekh.tekst.prom. no.4,.127-132 159. (MIRA 12:11) 1. Moskovakly tekstillnyy Institut. (Textile Industry-Squipment and supplies) (Boilers) . GREKHOV, I.T., kand.tekhn.nauk; PISSTSOV, Yu.N., inzh. Effect of aerodynamic conditions on the combustion of low-grade fuels in layered-bed furnaces with an atomizer. Obog.i brik.ugl. no.30:90-100 163. (MIRA 17:4) 0. L 39438--66 ENT ( 1 GO-2 ACC NRI AP6002887 SOURCE CODEt UR/0286/65/000/024/0044/00115 AUTHOR.: Grekhov.9 I, V0 J6 ORd: none TITLEs Semiconductor voltagg stabilizing tube (s~abllltron) Class 21, no. 176988 SOURCE: Byul Ileten, izobreteniy i tovarnykh znakov, no. 24, 1965, 44-45 TOPIC TAGS: semiconductor device, voltage stabilizer, triOde tube, voltage stabilization,' stabilizer ABSTRACT: The semiconductor voltage stabilizing tube, made in the form of a triode of the n-p-n type, Is characterized by the fact that a voltuage stabilizing tube section with the same type of conductance as the base is set up in the collector junction of the structure in order to increase the power of the device. The area of the tube see- tion and the breakdown voltage is smaller than the area and the break- down voltage of the entire collector junction, and its distance from the surface-of the structure on the side of the collector, measured downward, is shorter than that of the entire collector junction. zub uui)h: 2/2~~ --EWT (1) /EWT (mVIZ416 T-C-0/4", ACC NR: AP0UZJ()1J E: UR/0105/66/000/007/0056/0059 SOURCE COD AUTHOR: Volle, V. M.; Grekhov I. V.; Kryukova, N. N.; Tuchkevich, V. M.; Chelnokov, V. Ye.; Shuman, V. B.7; -Ya-E-vchik, N. I. ORG: Leningrad Physicotechnical Institute im. Ioffe, AN SSSR (Leningradskiy fiziko- tekhnicheskiy in titut. AN SSSR) TITLE: VKDL-type diffused silicon avalanche 2ower rectifiers SOURCE: Elektrichestvo, no. 7, 1966, 56-59 TOPIC TAGS: semiconductor rectifier, silicon controlled rectifier ABSTRACT: The development is reported of new types of diffused silicon power rectifiers. Yhe rectifiers, i '.ch/.can be operated s ely under high peak inverse voltages, differ from coitvenLionalf~diffused silicon"Ictifters in tlhat~ due to special preparation of the p-n Junction, the possibjlff~--of local electric breakdown at the intersection of the p-n juncvLon with the stirface Ls elitn[nated. 'Flierefore, undl& peak inverse volta~~,Lls, the process of avalanche brealkdown talkes p1ace in the central SCCt-4011 Of the jUnCti.01-1, while large power Ls (ii:;sLpated in the i'nver'se "ilreccion. in IL964, the f.~--nin-rad Phystcotechnical Insuituto Im. 1'offe, A'I FS4-", in coop~--ra,-Jon LOC. "':)~ektr V, ryamitef Planit de"'Lloped a sI-I-,k,!s ,,, socili bearing che desi"~nat',ons WDL-LOO, VKDL-200 and WMI-35D for 'vel loO, 200, iod 3.50 t I y, cf-.d '11, 800--v oi)(-~raLiiir Voltage. The elo,rit?nL of t1iese Is Ln the card 3 IJDC' 0 2 1 . 3 82 . 3 ACC i4lit, av 0 ZSO ~fOJ UO -v Fig. 1. Voltage-inverse current characteristic of the VKDL rectifiers ~41V :,.'Of 401 al 10 /00 a Fig. 2. Dependence of the dynamic resistance of the VKDL rectifiers on the inverse current aq az 01 3 Ct 7S_ /'0' 41.tiv !:Lg. 3. Volta-z,e-forward current chacacteristic of p-n junctions form. of a 25-mm siligon plate with a p-n-n+ type conductivity. Two thermally compensating taU '4isks are pressed against the plate. A method of planar guard .,s ten" ring construction, described elsewhere Olaitz, R. M.,A. Coetzberger, R. M. Scarlett, 38192-66 ACC NRI AP6023613 i and W. J. Shockley, J. Appl. Phys., v. 34, 1963), was used to eliminate the possi- bility of,purface breakdown. The p-n junctions were made by the method of phosphorus' boron'Und;hluminum diffusion. The boron p-n junction was 18 mm in diameter with a 1;1 planar guard ring 2 mm wide. The thickness in the diffused layer in the central section of the silicon plate was 60-80 is, and in the region of the guard ring, 120-160 p. Tile thickness of the diffused layer formed by phosphorus on the sid6 of the base contact was 20 is. Typical volt age-inverse currmL characteristics of d-sa ructifiem, in th-- brealeAwn region at 5C0 and 800 v are shown in Fig. 1. The characteristics correspond to the central p-n junction. The breakdown voltage of the p-n junction in tile guard ring exceeds that of the central p-n Junction by 250-600 v depending on the initial silicon resistance. Dependence of the dynamic resistance of avalanche rectifiers on inverse current is shown in Fig. 2, and Lhe voltage-forward current characteristic in Fig. 3. With respect to the forward voltage drop, the above devices are divided into three groups: those with a 0.4-0.5, 0.5-0.6, and 0.6-0.7 v forward voltage drop for a nominal current. The inverse curretu under qomin-il conditions for all rectifiers dou-s not exceed 5 ma. The liferime of the avalanche rectifiers is up to 25,000 hr. 'File I-sumbel. OC Olunlial cycles r'Ini,,ing f*rom -50 Lo+I,0C s1hould not exceed -000 ~Itirin~; ;he. (:iiCirt, Metimo. Tlie rccLif'er~~ can bo oftlics: i,o i;orit!S or j k n na t7,-. IL ~ ta 1 .'.;hon ronnect.-?d ~11 lyarallel t.hcy should, Ilave eqki'lL r o han: I- table and 1, figures. I -1~ k- C;I) F. (I') Isililn DATE: LON;iv65/ ORIG REF: 003/ oi'li R F i:: OCI Iit%Tir~ I, 1~ !"SS r Card KONIEENKO-KGNKVA, Z.P., GREKH , M. D., NIKITIN, N. G. AND BORISOV, I. F. Vets, Turkmen Vet. Exptl- Station. "Treatment of Hemosporidioses of small cattle with LP-2 and intramuscular injection of flavacridine." SO: Veterinariia 25 (3), Mar 1948, p 16 BORISOV, V.S.; GOLIDIM, L.L.; QWYACHEV, Tu.M.;,q4gOV,__!.N.; SUCHNOT, S.Y.; TALYZIN, A.M. Meeisurement of the prinetTal magnetic characteristics of S-units of a proton syrmhratran. Prib. i tekh. eksp. 7 no.4:206-212 Jl-Ag 162. (KRA .16-4) 1. Institut teoreticheskoy i eksperimentallnoy fiziki Gasu- darstvenno o komiteta po ispoltzovaniyu atounoy energii SSSR. Nagnetic measurements) (Synchrotron) GORYACHEV, Yu.M.;_GREKOV, N.N.; SKACBKOV, S.V. Effect of the vacuum. cbamber on the magnetic field in a proton oynchrotron. Prib. i teW. eksp. 7 no.41217-223 JI-Ag 162, (KM 1614) 1. Institut tooretichookoy i eksperimentallnoy fisiki Godu- darstvenno o komiteta po Ispollzbvaniyu atomnoy energii SSSR. fY&gnetic measurements) (synchrotron) MILMMIL 06W. w . . . .- - - - - - - w _W # W- 0 *.~* We 0,010 JMW ~0-41110 0 0 11 Offiff"i'14 fill 111VI14 I L D_,L_1 (f Y N-A -t 1, A4 Of (A I# ~c 611 Impowift dw ussnew ph*wd" of TTumformw st"I by AmmaHm in a UsomsW Mill. (;rvk114o%* imil 1'. WisAkmit. ("ifal, 10.18, INI jig, 40-441). Oit lto'p4mii). Fx1viwivv exIm-ri- 001 i~-. I go A rate of miliog atul pubmefluent spitig (sit tht, prolierties of tritit". wtic field isre givest. liv anticaling ftirmer steel arimaled in a inst, Onliomrv tramfornier-Atwl mheet 0-5 min. thiek ina mignetie lit-III intenaiiv of 20 (terstvi for '! hr. at 72W 4'.. talsevittieris 11W) v 101 r4lb 0 Itim. ha~ their perviteability itivreamd III) to 16,4wit) v, am emiINtred ,A Oft ?KW to INKNI 1A for ifie original materiul. Watt lopt." uere rOdUctd b)' W-30' ,., as cumpired %ith the urigimil imiti-6d itild JI,V with it rviluction of 11-1.560 oblitined by i1rdim-r% mmi-al- "Zee rhe Im , obtaitiod (lit Lill,pstf I fl-go ifig. -tat remulta art itiv truit.4iriiier med whirlt final brom mubjecIA41 tat a prelimintirs- relining mm.-milig Irviii. -0 0 ment at 1100" C". f(ir 0 fir. in a hydrogen-ittimmlihere. go, Rg: "'0o ww~% z , ; t:0 o too I. ttA AITALUFGKA~ LITENATWIf CLAIMPICAT10% t:oo Owe ;VV u -ft v- 0 A] - -4 G (I I', I I v a i III n it it 4,44i 160000 .00000*10000000000000o 000000000000c.410000; 000000,00000000000000 00000000000000 00000 0000 o. 1. USSR/Electricity Measurements, Jul 51 Magnetic "'The Tare Method' in Magnetic Tests of Dynamo and Transformer Steel in Differential Units," Prof R. I. Yanus; 0. V. Grekhov, V. V. Druzhinin, Engi- -neers, Verkh-Isetskiy Metallurgical Plant "Elektricheatvo" No 7, P 76 Suggests a method similar to the well-knovn "tare method" used in accurate weighings. The method substantially increases the accuracy of std mag- netic tests without any addnl labor, expense, or complications of the testing methods. Submitted 24 Jan 51. 199T27 G=OV, P. N. ; GRUZ INOT, V. K. ; TAA7ARRV, B.L. lifficient distribution of picku)p elements for the automatic contfol of the horizontal burden distribution. Stall 20 no.11:977-980 N 60. (MIRA 13:10) 1. Urallskly politakhnichookiy institut i NTKK- (Blast furnaces) (Automatic control) I-- .GREYHOV, V.V. __ _~_ I- "Gunshot wound of the skull nnd brAin; surgicnl anatomy and operative surgery " by B.M.Kargolin. Reviewed by V.V.Grekhov. VOD.neirokhir. 22 no.2:57-58 M-Ap 158. (mIRA 11:4) (HIO--WOUNDS AND INJURIES) (KARGOLIN. E.M.) GRIKHOV, V.V. (MoskvaY . Topography of craniopharyngtom. Top.neirokhir. 23 no.6:12-17 N-D '59. (MIRA 13:4) 1. fttologoanatomicheekaya laboratoriya Yanchno-issledovatel'skogo ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znawnt inatitnta neyrokhirurgii imeni akademika N.N. Burdenko AMN SSSR. (CWIOPHARTNGIOMA pathology) KOREYSHA, L.A.p prof.; MASIMTEIKOVA, V.V.; GREKHOV, V.V. (Moskva) `4veminal nouralgia in tumors of tho hypophysis. Vop.neirokhir. ,, no.1:49--53 162. NIRA 15 - 1) 1. rlat,.clino-.isuledova-teltakiy ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni institut neyrolhirurgil imeni akad. L.E. Burdenko AlUl SSSR. (NEURALGIAP TRIGDIINAL) (PITUITARY BODY-TUMORS) GRMOV. Ye. V. on. - - - ININMMMIMMWIII~ Rqsulte of pipeline transportation of paraffin base oils. Neftia- nik 1 no.9:9;11 S '56. (MLRA 9:11) 1. St&rshiy mekhanik kontory po perskachke neftl obwyedineniya Nolotovneft'. (Pstroleum--Pipelines) r L. I i i i 1 1 ~ d- Ord 2/3 --- . . --- . - -j ~,6503-65 it. NR: AP5016758 ENCLOSURE: 3/3 L 136o9-66- EWT(1)/EWA(h ACC NRt AP6002889 SOURCE CODE: INVENTOR: Grekhov Yu. N .ORG: none TITLE: Self-tuning S~nchronous filter.- Class 21, No. 176997 SOURCE: Byulleten' izobreteniy i tovarnykh znakov, no. 24, 1965, 47 TOPIC TAGS: electric filter, syrichronour filter, filter circuit ABSTRACT: A self-tuning synchronous filter (see figure) for selecting signals with re- spect to shape is introduced. It consists of' a multiplier, an adder stage, delay Fig. 1. Self-tuning synchronous filter .1 - Transformer; 2 and 3 - resistors; 4 and 5 - transistors; 6 - reservoir capacitor; 7 - dividing capacitance. lines, phase shifters, and limiting amplifiers. To separate a weak quasi-harmonic signal from strong fluctuating background noise and to simplify the multiplier cir- cuit, the latter is designed in the form of two bridge-balanced transistor modulators 21 L 136o9-66 VLADIMIROVA, Mariya Grigorlyevnaj GREKHOVA L.1diya Ivanovna; ARASHKEVICH, VY., retsenzen ; OKTJN7, R-11%, red,lzd-va; LAVRENTIMA., L,,G,, tekhn. red, (Harmful siibstances and the control of their content in the air of gold-recovery plants] Vrednye veshchestva i kontroll soderzhaniia ikh v vozduke zolotoizvlekatellnykh fabrik i zavodov, Foskva, Gbagortekhizdat, 1963. 43 p. (MIRA 16;11) (Gold-.-Metallurgy) (Air-.-Pollution) (Metalworkern...-Diseases and hygiene) GRFKHOVA, L.N., in-?h.; bELOGINTSEVA, N.I.I. of n sJze with polyacnylaydde for silk warp r,-IaDhing. Tekst. prom. 25 no.4;15-36 Ap 165. (M--'PA 12;5) 1~ InboratorJya tekAll.'rov lInbrik! a t,d e la Lakina (for Grekhcv,,~. 2. Mtis~nr rr~xotcvi':r"ncg, mer tekstilfr.oy fa~rika imerif I.idk4jna (4'o.-- GR&~1170VA, 14. T. arid 'JAI*,II,IY.W, U. Y. "An de~:troni,, micrometer," Zavo-Iskaya laboratoriva, Vol. 12, Nos 9/10, 1946, p 882. 431, Stinic 111"S Gitt KIIOVA. M. T., iel- 1111.79. 1~ 0 R77-1 7-'M 11 (Mo.-IYT83-9 (1941) In Russhm.-A mcciver- wavcnicter,vith an a.f. inodulalcil neon tube between ir?ptjt coaxi3l and tunible resonator; a more sensitive. w;Ivemcier with a reflex klystron and an input volt- M~tcr, with repeller clectroda curr,!.nt r-i ibrated in input volts, arc described, also a sensitivc double superhetcrodyne m-civcr specially designed as a field sircrigth meter, A. I- .-V Apr 49 Colorimeter Photoolectricity "Defending the Photoc o Lori meters Produced by the W.sicolechnical Institute," Prof M. T. 06r" kiy.Ph, Grektor" 4, Vir, Sol Sea Physicotech Inst, 1 p "Zorod lab" Vol IV, No 4 Instruments criticized were,produced in 1943. Since then, Institute has not produced any., They Vero constructed undeg difficult conditions ~bhen mkoehift parts had to be used. Only photo- elements available vere allrer-sulfide elements im 43/49T61 USSR/Engineering (Coutd) Apr 49 . made at AwdSci Ukrainian SSF. Long storage in the varehouse also affected quality of instru- ments. 43/49T61 LEONTOVICH, M.A., akademik, redaktor; (LREKHOVA, N.T., professor, redaktor; AUERMAN, M.A., doktor tekhnichaskikh wa-dr,-79=ktar; GINZ3M, V.A., professor. redaktor; GORBLIK, G.S., professor, redaktor; LXONTTOVICH~- AMRONOVA. Ye.A., dotsent, redaktor; ZHEISTSOV, N.A., dotsent, redak- tor; PETROV, V.V.. kandidat tekhnicheskikh nauk, redaktor; NIKOLAYEV, U.N., dotsent, redaktor; AGITOVA, N.A., redaktor; BRYLLTEV, A.M., redaktor; ALILSEYMV, T.V., tekhnichosid7 redaktor. [Dedicated to the memory of Aleksa=Lr Aleksanclrovich ArAronov] Famiati Aleksandra Aleksandrovicha Andronwra. Moskva, 1955. 718 P. (MIRA 8:4) 1. Akademiya nauk SSSR. (Mathematical physics)(Automatic con-trol)(Astraphysics) 7 F i AYMOV.S.I.:AMIUM. V.1; JORAVO-ZHIVOTOVSKIY, D.M.; GAPONOV, A.Y.; 4WZ0JWA., ~YHRGAXOV, V.S.; IMM. V.A.; MILUM. N.A.; FLTAGIN, V.A. Diode oscillator nolso source in the throe-centimeter band. Radiatekhe i elaktron I no,6:751-771 Je '569 MIMA 10s I) (Oscillators, Alectron-bube--Noise) (Wnve gniidos) J,~ E-,/, ~Cc, 4 ,,;;kl P, SYVOROTKIN, G.S.; DMITRITEVA, Te,A.; GRIKHOVA, M.V. Using fertilizers in tree nurseries. Trudy TSITII MPS no.129:172-182 '57. (KLRA 10:5) (Nurseries (Horticulture)) (Fertilizers and manures) 2MOV31=1 FOY*, and BMMV, A.A. "Experience in the Use of Seismographic Prodpecting Under Winter Conditions in the Kulbyshev Region Along the Volga," Publ in Prosncting and Conservation of Natural Resources, No 2, Feb. 51b, PP 36-42. BANATTIS, S.I.; GRIXIS. M.N.; YNVDDKIIIOV, A.Y. Experimental bases in complex therapy of traumatic shock arA Pavlo-71-q theory. Vest. khIr. 71 no-3:3-12 19.51. (mm 20:11) 1. Military Medical Academy imeni S.N. Kirov, leningrad. M f0 "T ~ - - ~P Mi I I I .; .4 111110111411616tim " is b Ali v a 0 it a &I id is r w n a l A Iq L_A__A~ a 'x 1, 1 1_1cl. m-M w Mf 11. A I' Gvsj%K~%%vA A , , 24, 71 Awn ( V S k 1.'I Itkil CX1 thr 1"tifts 44 Cc trilm vithic6le -4110 VX1,1I *'w 11i"If ir shaphidasts in 014fir tit tkvlv4w Ow itldilvfu~ .I t'l.Amt. an it.. I Ile ditta Imer"I ill k1k14 aluf in the 1wevii-o- astil-k- imbrair ShAt tit. 1411w Ce I. -Maistir.1 utwo the 1rkvw*Qw ON "w 'a Cr millates 411.1 vh6wo'k, 1i Ca NOWISIA-11 AD ise, At It 0 01 a C!o 4 0 6 0 0 00 099 Mee so too ,,-- G_REKOV~ A. Placement of a double-rate charge on electric power. Erorgetik 12 no.2:27 F 164. (MIRA -17:4) ACC NR, AP7001342 SOEMCE CODE: UR/03W/66/004/OU/0461/0464 1AUTHOR: Fridkin; V. M.; Gorelmvp I. M.; Grekayj__A. #!_, I0khovitskaya, V. A.; Rodin, 1A. 1. ORG: Institute of MrystaUograpby., AcadenV of Sciences 8SSR (Institut kriste.1lografii Akademli nauk SSSH) TITLE: Phase boundary in ferroelectric SbS1 as the analog of an electric domain in a semiconductor SOURCE: Zhurnal eksperimental'noy i teorcticheskoy fitiki. Pis'ma v redaktsiyu. Prilozhenlye, v. 4,, no. 11, 106p 461-464 TOPIC TAGS: semiconductor single crystalt antimony compound, ferroelectricity, domain boundaryp phase boundary ABSTRACT: This is a continuation of earlier work (Dokl. AN SSSR v. i6q, no. 4, 83DI 1966) where a new optic method of observing the phase transition in single-crystal SbSI was reported. The method was used in the present work to trace the motion of the phase boundaries in SbSI crystals grown from the gas phase in the form of needles (1 x 0.1 x 7 mm). The needle axis was the c axis of the crystal. The observaiion was made in transmitted light through parallel pincacold (100) faces in a direction per- pendicular to the c axis., The tests ahowed that a constant electric field applied to the crystal causes the interphase boundary to move toward the cathode at a rate 10"3 cm/sec. Under certain experimental'conditions (in the presence of a temperature gra- ACC NRs AP7001 342 dient in the absence of an external field), undamped oscillations of the inter-phase boundar7 were observed, accompanied by electric oscillations in the external circuit of the crystal. It is shown that the observed displacements are connected with motion of ferroelectric regions in the crystal, analogous to the motion of electric domains in a semiconductor. While this analogy does not fully determine the concrete mechan- ism or the direction of motion of the interphase boundary, it does provide an explana- tion for both the motion itself and its oscillations. It is also shown that the period of the oscillationz agrees vith the value that would follow from the Maxwell time constant for SbSI. (*ig. arb. hu: 1 figure. SUB CODE: 2D/ SM DATSt 098001 ORIG FXF: 004/ oTH Pjw: 004 Card 2/2 L 3393-66 ACCESSION NRi EWT MIENT (m)/F.'dP (k)1W(h)1ZWP (b)/Z'dP (l)/EWA (c) AT5023377 UR/0193/65/000/007/0006/0008 621.778.06-462 3k ikov A AUTHORS: Parts Z. I.; -gr_qkqy TITLE: Experience gained in building and using a 150-ton tube drawing machine 15111/ Tx"~"' SOURCE: Byulleten' to -ekonomichoskoy informataii, 7, 19650 6-8 no. TOPIC TAGS: tube drawing, tube drawing machine, pipe man5acture ABSTRACT: A 150-ton tube drawing machine built by_IZTM in 1964 is described. The machine (see Fig. I on the Enclosure) automatically takes bundles of tube blanks (up to 15 tons), opens them, pierces the blanks, draws the tubes, and do- livers them. It is based an a two-chain layout and has the following specifica- tions: drawing speed 17 A/6in at 15 tons; return speed 25 A∈ drawing length 12 m; tube lengths 4-8.5 m; tube diameter 94-155 M; piercing force 245 tons;. ~1 31.7 x 13 m machine size. The tube blank goes from loading area 1 and 2 (see Fig* 2 on the Enclosure) on incline 5 to loading station 6 and is pierced and delivered! to the drawing station (consisting of frame 7. double chains 8, ejectors 9., and carriage 10). The transfer of the blank is performed by the apparatus shown in Fig. 3 on the Enclosure. The calculated cycle time is 72 seconds, which L3393-66-1 ACCESSION NR: AP5023377 0 corresponds to a capacity of-570 mAr of 8: to 9-m tubes. With a 0,7 utilization coefficient the annual output should approach 10 000 tons. Orig. art. has: 3 figures. ASSOCIATION: none SUMITTED: 00 ENCLs 03 SUB CODEs IE NO REF SOV: 000 OTHERt 000 L -66., 3393 ENCLOSUMI: 01 ACCESSION NR: AP5023377 L fill ' t"O"Nik. Fig. 1 General view: M# ulic piercer; 3- aligning mechanis 0 I- loading area; 2- hydra chanism; 5- working, line 4- transfer me Card 315 Fig. 2. Cross sectional view -A Z A _ KOV, A.A.; PERTSIKOV, Z.I.; SOKOLOVSKIY, N.N. _~R.F17-- 1. n-4-1 Introducing an automatic pipe stripper for drawing mills. Biul. tekh.-ekon. inform. Goo. much.-isal. inst. nauch. i tekh. inform. 18 no.10:48 0 165. (MIRA 18:12) MEKOVs Aleksey Dmitriyevich [doceaoed)j TILIS., K.M., red.j OSIFENKO.. Y.j, (Selected works] Izbrammye trudy. Tashkent., Med.gos.izd-vo M-va sdravookbramenlia UzSM9 1960. no p. (MMMO ATEK I DMITRIEVICH9 1873-1957) GRIKOV, A.G.; REPIR, I.V.; NOVIKOV, N.V. Rapid ventilation crosscutting. Shakht. stroi. no.5:23-25 158. (MIRA 11:6) l.Kombinat Luganekshakhtostroy. (Mining engineering) GREKOV, A.G., insh.; WVIKOV, N.V., inzh. Controlling methane emanations during development mining operations. Shakht. stroi. no.6:4-6 158. (xnu 11.-6) 1.1ombinat Daganskshakhtostry. (King gages) GRMOV. A.G., inzh.; RTRAMIN, G.I., insh.; NOVIKOV, N.V., inzh. Stope mining with hydraulic breaking down of the coal and rock. Shakht. stroi. no.12;20-22 D 159. (MIRL 13:3) I.Kombinat Luganskshakhtostroy. (Hydraulic mining) GREKOV, A.G.; GUBANOV, H.S.; STOTEV, I.S.; KORNIYEWSKIT, D.N. Valuable monograph on boring and blasting operations (Boring and blasting operations in mining" by S.O. Mindelli. Reviewed by A.G. Grekov and others). Ugoll Ukr. 4 no. 11:42 M 160. kml" 13.12) 1. bachallnik Irombinata luganskshakhtostroy tfor Grekov). 2. lspoloyayushchly obyazannosti nachallulka kombinata. Donbassantratsit Vor Gubanov). 3. Glavnyy inzhener tresia lugansksbakhtoprokhodka (for Stoyev). 4. Zamestitell nachall- alka kombinata Doubassantratsitshakhtoatroy (for ILoraiyevskiy). tKining engineering) (Mindelli, 1.0.) NIKITIN, Mikball Nikitich; ALIS IN. 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