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~SSR/Huv.un ar.d Allir-21 rhyniology. Action of Physiml T fit3 Jour. Rt:f Z%ur-Biol.) 110 8) 1955, 37009- Author : Damshlnk, M.P., Avrunina, G.A., Grigoriev, Y.G., Inst : Dnrenskaya, N.G. Title : Materials to Investigation on the Specificity of Reaction of the Organism to Irradiation. Orig Pub: Pub. Vestn. mntgenol i radiol., 1957, No 2, 3-10. Abstract: Attention is attracted to the irTportance Pf estination of the distributicn of a dcse of interm-1 irradiation in ti:.,e. In expericents cn 400 nice and 115 rats the difference in the value of the absolutely vdniral lethrLl dose of external irradiation and internal irradiation with P32 and the tire of the animal's death become ninimal, when external irradiation was equal to internal Card 1/3 133 USSR/Ifurmn and Animl Physiology. Action of Physical Agents. T Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol.) No 8. 1958, 37009. by its distribution in time. However', in applications of "equivalent" external irradiation, the weight less of the animals began on the first day, in internal irradiation on the third to fifth day. The authorn believe that this is caused by uneven spatial distri- bution of the internal irradiation. Local single irradiation of the head (150-299 r) produced a de- tectable decrease of the electrical activity of the brain regardless of its oriGinal status. The reactivity of the cortex decreased only in the submitted to the direct action of -the irradiation. in irradiation of various peripheral seEpents of the body the changes in the electrical activity of the brain depended upon its original condition when the original level was high, a depression of the biological currents of the brain Card 2/3 777 UOSR/ffur.nn and Anirr.1 Physiolr)gy. AcLion of Rysirril A6o-,A:;. T Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-13iol., 11o 8, 1958, 37009. was noted, and vice-veroa. Tn order to bring about a )301; destruction of the anirml by irradinticn. of various segrzents of the body, equal in mss, various drses of ra-iiation were needed (for the hend, 2CCOr, chestcage, 10,000 r, the upper abdomen 5000 r.) Along with the common manifestations of radiation illness, ieentical for irradiations of varinus segrents of the body, speci- fic changes were noted, characteristic for irradiatinn of definite segments of the body. Card 3/3 134 AUTHOP,: I.,omifilak, ~,!.i ;')-7-6,32 TITLE: On the 1%qUiwition .if V!n-)r 'Ti'!urri.- i x, by ",adlation Upon th~:, Human Organism rkil 1.a I's iennykh vliyaniy rLi orgnnizin ch,:Inv,~ka) PMODICAL: Atomnaya ."Mergiva, 1~)7, 3, 71, rin. 36-10 y ni -1'intion upon the ABSTRkCT: An evaluation of the influrnie cxt ti human organism is rcliahlc only if thc totality of Wa obtained from several clinical nnd inb7,rat-ii: inv,_:lti 'y '. Agati=3 art taken into ancount. Thc pri--vent pai-Ir .-nly with prrimi..3ing inaica- tions for Intent chnng-!! in -It a Later date, and give. a survey )f' 28 p!-cvi,)uiq w-i-k3 'caling eith the ,I-Ime problCM. The deteimination of 1,1,r mit,)t.1c ac~ivi'..,,, ~:' the eT-idcrmis, as well as the invtstigatlnn of VI, rin thf- lculcocytes circu- latin3 in the blood tnd th(. c~oang(~3 tniking place in the chromo- somes in the cells of bi,~ne marrvw aic t~chnirally complicated and imu"icienthr vmrkcd ~ut methec3s if invo~qligatlon. C-unting the thrombocytes in perlph~rnl lul-od L3 a =r,~ 'meth-A than counting th!! lcuin(vt,i b~' -cfiucc the nwrb~,- ~hnz=bccytes dWn- ishcs even an ri rf,:3ull -!' min-)!- 'n the --Ise Card 1/2 of larger radiation tht. follo-wing ini, lakt. piacl_-: a) ,% change On the '-stimation of `.'inor influenc-q `.xofci.4,_f] by ~5- 7-6/32 Radiation Opon thc Puman ("rpnium of the throinboqyten 1',-mulft with n pri."Inder-inc( rr r1p,-r b) A change of' the dimunsi.~,nz-i r-n the in w)JAi (.R!;c gigantic thrombovyt-t! cventually occuv. t1w 1%1Mph . ,", _9 with two-leftvrd nuelvi c_tli~ !-urvc as nn Indication t',1:- vfr~ngt!! t."kint:, plncc In the OT-vaninm und,~r thi.~ ii!f1ucnc,: of '.I:i:; the mcthr)ds for thc f.,valutolnn o;' thc b1(y,)d- fol-Ming f1r12' T)0111~((l ''ut- ;11 (it .1i!!tU!-b- ance of tht "A, Ult~ b''n. it!_.-ruw i*, i~, usc a samplc with the vi4,LTiri nr d n1 ,~7 'lur)r-sr~nre rAf-(.(;s(!;:py .. , L- rl I I can be used W101 3ucC#!-_. I i r,.inrvi~:-r. rX anti- -Dartic3es in i-a3iat,,~d or-vnnj_,;T%- 1,7 in Al tn +h( 111nCOVI-ly (11' dflrrft~!O' rAfWid t"i !71 '410 i r~ till being fmployed in prne'.1c-c. hf. m-!it jr-r)ortnr~ ~.rl.,Tig tli,,;- thc investigations ol' thc various ;unct1omi cf th,. ncrvaus 'he authors then dismqs in detail the Invtntigation 041 1hc ~Imc'ioms of smell-, tantc-. fnrt.-. skin-, arAi vc.,;1,_ibularnnaly::(rs. There are 6 references, I of which is ' lavic. SUBMITTED: January 4, 1957 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 212 1. *''AintIct! - k -- f -, t --, r , i~,, ~ IIV, DONSHIAK. M.P.: AYRUNDU. G.A.; GRIGMIYIV. Tu.G.; DARUSKAYA. M.G. Noterials on the study on the specificity of the body's reactions [with summary in ikiglishl. i rad. 32 no.2:3-11 Mr-Ap '57. (RADIATION. effects. (MLOA 10: 8) specificity,of reactions of organism (Rue)) ~ T -X-A-WIM& . . . . . .&W4 -ch; LAIMAU-TYLKINA, S.P., red.; KNAKNIK. - I M.T.. Ir [Materials for a study of the reactions of the hwon central nervous system to Ionizing radiation] Kat6Tisly k izucheniin reaktaii tsentrallnoi nervnoi sistemy chelovska nn ioniziru- inshchee izluchenie. Koskva, GOB.i2d-vo med~.lit-ry Kedgiz, 1958. 135 P. (MIRA 12:11) (RADIATION-PHYSICLOGICAL EFFECT) (NERVOUS SYS = ) Y-. Te. ;- OR IGOR I YEV. Yu.G. Method for otudying parlDheral blood componitton during irrAdiAtion. Mnd.rnd. 3 no.1:22-26 JA-r 159. (mIRA 11:4) (RADIATIONS, effects, on blood, technic of investIgntion of perlDherAl changes (Rug) (BLOOD, effect of redintions. technic of investigntion of DerlDheral chAnges (Rug) 1 i5 AUTHORS: Lebedinskiy, it. V., Grigcr'jev, Yu, fl., Lemirchoelyqn, G. TITLE: Ort the Biological Effect of lonizine, &iridi!--tioit in ;*:'---Q..3.I 1) biologichezkom dt~yatv;j icnJziruyu:;hcnF--;.,f) v malykh dozakh) PERIODICALt Atomnsya envrgiya, 1~58, Vol. 5, Nr i, rp. ABSTRACT: This is a summarizing account concerning the fcllowing Soviet paperst N. 1. Nuzhdin, N. I. Shapiro et al.: Pistcrbance of the sexual cycle in female mice after a daily iradation of 0,1 r for a period of 15 months. G. S. Strelin: With a dose of 2 r a retardation of the mitosis of the epithelium of the cornea of rate at tintes occurs. N. P. Smirno%s(Laboratory A. V. Lebedinskiy)t Irradiation of 50 r causes a phase-modification of irritability in the various centers of hypothalumic areas during atimul.-Ittion by an electric current. Yu. G. Grigur'ye,~i T1, . functional state of the human curebral cort4x during a tht-rR- peutleal irrLdiation of the heFid and of the abdomen (electro- encephalographical method). A. B. Tsypin:Recording of the oio- logical activity of the brain of hares durine irradiation with Card 1/2 a dosage of 0,13 to 0,03 r,'.,tec (Method developr-d k,:: ;"J. ?!. 15 On the Biological i!.ffect of Ionizing Radiation in 2mall Livanov). A. 1. Danilenko, N. D. '~tvetsc~nko: Chnnga trt frequency and amplitude of an ~-Iectru,:!n cephalogr~,m ~'f a 0.)03 to which 0,1 to 1 mC/ .kg p 32 is tidm in i nt ert---d . I. K . 4~ uz i:i th ~~ case of serious psychic disensce %he cer-Arcil rur,,ox i'Oulia to become more zensitive already with rcapect t,:, doses of radioactive subs ta-i,.:,::s . Ye. '. Lcnd,~~n: Tr,- Rri L feeling" of the eyes as a result of triot t.:. radio- active substances. T.9. N-11. tkvrx~yan: Th,, elrctror'~*,~-cjzram ob- tained after irradiation of thv i.3ulat,id eye o;* a wi-.ii aoses of 10 to 100 r. G. G. Ds~mirchoglyan, G. T. Te. M. Avakyans The influence of P5") on the functional of the retina of the eye of a frog). A. V. Lebedin~ikijr. r,. G. Demirchoglyan: The influence exercised by small racio- active strontium preparations apon the functioro., the retina. There are 3 iigures and 35 referpnces, Soviet. (Continued on abstract 12/15) Carti 2,/2 - i - 121,15 AUTHOR6: Lobodinskly, ~.. V., Yu. G., Demirchoglyan, G. G. TITLEi Cn t~jt! Bjojc~gicpl Effect of Ionizing Radiation in Small Doses.II k0, luir,iopich t~ikrlm deystvii ioniziruyushchego izIuckeniya v malyk-h dozaki, ) (Continued from abstract 11/15) PFRIODICAL: ~*tomnt,ya tw-.rglyn, 19:,F3, Vol. 5, Nr 3, PP. Oj-;H) A.B'-;TRA(;T: A. V. Lpbedliiskiy, A. 1. PeymertThe dependence of the r-orinera- tion Pni of ti,,P retina on metabriliz! prcct,.;s,:.,it an the ~*rLon-iuter metaoolism. A. V. Lebedinskiy, V. V. Y%kr~v~.ev: DisttrbLd d,~-velopm-mt of re- i n .brywj of rabbi's --ctjon.7 11 , veotigatpd in 300 Er Lebr-d4r,ski.y, Den Chzhi-(.-h---,): ln-,.,-,~nive chanpi, cf ~h,~ 90 sys,.em (if living beings that have been cont;r,;c,;:,'y fed with Sr d i, i ng --~mbryagenesis- V. A. Muzheyev: The infll.,ence of radon vadiat ioii upon the functional i,~Eire (--f nerves an! it. I. Danilenko, N. D. Stetsenko: The rerve-cords underg..) a madifics- tion of Nrictional properties undo 'r 'he effect 7.,f, i:-radiation if t~f- -alizition dose exceeds I!,' -~rptrrm2. N. Y-. Th-~! shorten-trig. of the duration of aerve ref,,xes -*..--. a. re3u~t ,)-' Card 11 Sin'rilt do,~es. V. N. Strelltsovat ? f1i"'rj L: ef: cl* '15 Orl th-I B i ol(;gi CrAl itl'ffoct (;t' jorlizI fig Fad irt.' I e:n in, ;;M,-Ii R Ulo6 is adminintered to rL.Iz orily .)nce, caliaing ia tfir same a.3 i-,' *-~O - li)(,FC g wert~ ;-Airini.:tered for a perlc,t of its*v-s. M. A. lcvay,,v.-k.,y N. N. obttiiijed a '.J~~Milal' Ytl.Dilt. Th4:-rt- ure I 1%,oire und ". roferercr;!*. Eit-P a r d LEBEDINSKIY, A.V., red.; KRAYEVSKIY, n.A., red.; XATKOV, F.G.0 red.; GRIGORIYEV, Yu.G., red.; MARGULIS, U.Ya., red.; PETROV, R.V., red. (Collection of abstracts on radiation medicine for 19571 Sbornik referatov po radiatsionnoi meditsine za 1957 god. Moskva, Medgiz. Vol.l. 1959. 202 p. (MIRA 17:5) 21(4); 17(0) PHASE I BOOK FJXLOITATION SOV/2808 Interriational Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy. 2d, Geneva, 1958 Doklady sovetskikh uchenykh; radiobiologiya I rmilatsionnnya meditsina (Reports of Soviet Scientists; Radlobiology and Ha&intion Medicine) Moscow, Izd-vo Glav. upr. po ispollzovaniyu atomnoy energii pri Sovete Ministrov SSSR, 1959. 429 p. 8,000 copies printed. (series: Vtoraya Mezhdunarodnaya konferentsiya po mirnomu ispollzovanlyu atomnoy energii. Trudy, tom 5) General Ed.: A.V. Lebedinskiy, Corresponding Member, USSR Academy of Medical Sciences; Ed,: Z,S, Shirokova; Tech, Ed,: Ye,L Mazell. PURPOSE: This book is intended for physicians, scientists, and engineers as well as for professors and students at vtuzes where radid1biology arA radiation medicinews taught. COVERAGE: This is Volume 5 of a 6-volume set of reports delivered by Soviet scientists it the Second International Conference on the Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, held on September 1-13, 1958)in Geneva. Volume 5 contains Caiwa4 Reports of Soviet Scientists (Cont.) SOV/2808 32 reports edited by Candidates of Medical Science# S.V. lAyinakiy and V.V. Sedov. The reports cover problems of the biological effects of ionizing radiation, future consequences of radiation in small doees, genetic effects of radiation, treatment of radiation sickness, uses of radioactive isotopes in medical and biological research, uses of atomic energy for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, soil absorption of uranium fission products, their intake by plants, and their storage in plants and foodstuffs. References accompany each report. TABLE OF CONTENTS Lebedinskiy, A.V., Yu&,-AElpr~ yev and G.G. Demirchoglyan. Biological Effect of Ionizing Radiation in Small Doses (Report No. 2o68) 5 Burykina, L.N., D.I. Zakutinskiy, N.A. Krayevskiy, E.B. Kurlyandskays., N.N. Lit- vinov, Yu.I. Moskalev, A.P. Novikova, YU.N. Solovlyev, and V.N. Strelltsova. Remote Aftereffects of Injury by Small Doses of Radioactive Substances In Chronic Exposure (Report No. 2077) 17 Gorizontov, P.D. Problem of Pathogenesis of Acute Radiation Sickness In the Pathophysiological Phase (Report No. 2316) 43 G _ M.P.; XVAS)IIXCVA, L.N.; PIHNNOVA, T.H.; ClWilum, Z.K. Affective use of roentgenography. Hed.rad. 4 no.6:3-15 is 159. (HUNTGICHOWUPHT, (KIM 12:8) review (Rua)) TSYPIN, A.B.; GRIGORIYEV9 YU.G. (Moskva) Quantitative chameteristiao of the sensitivity of the central nervous system to ionizing radiations. Biu2. eksp. biol. i med. 49 no.1:26- 30 ja '60. (HIRk 1317) 1. Nauobnyy rukavoditel' - prof. M.N. Livanov. Predstaylena daystv. chlenam AMN MR V.N. Chernigovokim, (NF.RVOUS SYSTEM) (R&DIATION-PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT) TSYPIN, A.B.; GRIGORIYU, Yu.G. Method for the exclusion of hearing and destruction of the vebt1bilar apparatus in rabbits. Biul. eksp. biol. i med. no.2:114 F 161. (MIRA 14:5) 1. Predstavlena doystvitellnym chlenom AM SSSR A.V.Lebedinskim. (VESTIBULAR APPARkTUS) (DEAFUZS) GRIGORIYBV, Yu.G.,, Character of the development, of vegetative reactions in subjects during use of angular accelerations of various magnitudes. Vast. otorin. no.6876-81 161. (MM 15:1) 1e Is kliniki "a ey ukhes, moss. i gorla (save - prof, A*Kb. - Min1koveldy) dholyabinskogo seditainakogo inatituta (rukovo- ~>A diteli roboty - daystwitelInyy chlen AMW SSSR prof. A.V. Lebe- dinskiy i prof, A.11h, Ydn1kovskiy). ~VESTIBUW APPARATUS) (A=LKRATION) GRIGOR!MV,-.Yu.G ; BOKHOV, B.B. (MosYva) Now apparatus for adequate stimulation of the vestibular anal;-.1a-, vith utilimtion of angular acOsl,3rat1on3 an,1 strength of the coriolis. Vest.otorin. no.6&85-M 161. (IMU 152-1) (VESTIBULAR ArPARATUS) (OMLARYNGOIDGY-NQUn1MT AVD SUPMES) S/20 61/001/006/022/022 D243YD305 AUTHOR: Gri 9qri4_ex_#_ _YU TITLE: Problems of the effect of small doses of ionizing radiation on physiological functions PERIODICAL: Radiobiologiya, v. 1p no. 6, 1961, 966 - 968 TEXT: A conference was held in Moscowq from May 22-24, 1961, at the AS USSR, Moscow, at which the problems of the effect of small doses of ionizing radiation on physiological functions were discus- sed. Data were presented and systematized concerning the somatic effects of low radiation doses on various biological systems and mechanisms for disturbed function. Farticular attention was paid to the nervous system. The following Soviet-bloc workers are men- tioned as taking part in the conference: A.M. Kuzin, A.V. Lebedins- kiy and Yu.I. Moskalev, who read a paper on "State and perspecti- ves of the biological effect of small doses of ionizing radiation"; N.A. Aladzhalova, D.A. Ginsburg, V.P. Godinym, O.N. Voyevodina, L. S. Gorsheleva and G.L. Vanctsianoy; M.S. Alekseyevap V.K. Fedorov, Card 1/2 S/205/61/001/006/022/022 Problems of the effect of small D243/D305 V.M. Zakharov, L.Ye. Khozak, O.N# Chulkova, N.N. Livshits, A.B. Tsypin, V.G. Khrushchev, N.G. Darenskaya, G.M. Pravdina, RA. Pogo- eyan, N.M. Trunova, and N.A. Zapollskaya; V,I~ Kandror, N.D. Bukh- man, Ye.V. Darietskaya, M.A. Lebedevaq Ya.I,, Azhipa and G.A. Filya- shina; B.M. Mirzoyev~ S.R. Perepelkin and L.S. Potemkina; M.I. Pe- dotova, A.V. Lazovskaya, Yu.K. Kudritskiy, L.Ya. Zhorno, L.A. Va- sillyeva and A.V. Loseva, M.D. Tikhomirova and T~A. Bashmakova~ Card 2/2 39h5q S/24lJ62::007,'00Ii00IJ006 1015/1215 AUTHOR: Domshlak, M. PfLrilgl:Lcv-YALJG-,Darenskaya, N. G., Koznova, L. B., Nevskaya, G.F. Nestcrova, V. 1. and Tereshchenko. N. Ya. TITLE: Remote observations on persons subjected to radiotherapy PERIODICAL- Mcditsinskaya radiologiya, v. 7, no. 1, 1962, 10-16 TEXT: A previous report (Domshlak et. al., 1957) dealt with observations on 160 persons who had bocn subjec- tcd to X-ray and gamma-ray therapy 2 to 7 years prior to the study period. The present article is based on observations on 218 persons, aged thirty to sixty, at various intervals (up to 10 years) after having been subjected to radiation. In 41.9% of the cam, the general condition of persons irradiated in the past became Aorse. On the other hand, no abnormal pressure was noticed, despite the fact that hypertension was a common finding during the irradiation period. Ophthalmological examination did not reveal any changes except those due to aging. Various functional disorders were noticed in the nervous system. inclu- ding both cortical and sub-cortical disturbances. In some cases, microsymptoms of organic damage of the CNS were present. There is I table. SUBMITTED: July 3, 1961 Card I / I 7-777 -~-- BIBIKOVA, A.F.; BUSYGINO V.Ye.; GRIGORIYEV, lu.G.; KALYAYE:VA, T.V.; LYUBIMOVA-GERASIMOVA, R.M.; TSYPINp A.B. Reaction of the organism to massive TI-irradiation. Pat. flzlol. i eksp. terap. 6 no-4:57-62 JI-Ag '62. (MlIRA 17:8) BUSYGIN, V.Ye.; GRIGOFIYEV, Yu.G. Method for the objective registration of response reactions of the body following adequate stimulation of the vestibular analysor (in an experiment. Blul.eksp.biol.i med. 54 no.7:102-104 JI 062. (MIRA 15sll) 1. Nauchnyy rukovoditell - deystvitellnyy chlen AM?I SSSR A.V. Lobedinskiy. Pradstavlena deystvitelinym chlenom ANI SSSR A.V. Lebedinskim. (LABYFINTH (EAP)) (PHYSIOLOGICAL APPAPATLZ) GRIGOR'YEV, Yuriy Grigorlye*ch; ZAVODCHIKOVA, A. I., red.; VLASOVA, N.A. , tekhn. red. - (Radiation lesions and compensation for disturbed functions; data from a study of the primary reactions of the organism under the influence of ionising radiation in small and large donee] Luchevyei porasheniia i kompensateiia narushennykh funktsii; materialy izucheniia pervonachalInykh reaktaii or- ganizma pri vozdeistvii ioniziraiushchogo islucheniia v ma- lykh i bol'shikh dozakh. Moskva, Gosatomizdat, 1963. 201 p. (MIRA 16:5) (Radiation--Physiological effect) (Radittion-Dosage) ACCESSION NR: AT4042699 1;/0000/63/000/000/0333/0339 AUTHOR: Lebodinnkiy, A. V.; Arlashchenko, N. I.; Bokboy, B. B.; Grigorlyty, Tu.G.; Kvaonikovn, L. N.; Farber, Yu. V. TITIX: The importance of the vestibular anlayzer in the caloction and training of cocmonAuto SOURCE: Konforentaiya po avialusionnoy i koamichookoy moditeine, 1963. Aviataionnaya i koriic:ionkaya meditaina (Aviation and apace medicine); materialyo konferentoii. Moncow, 1963, 333-339 TOPIG TAGS: rotating chamber, tilt table, rotation effect, man, G3ri-31ii accolera- tion ABSTRACT: One of the main criteria upon which the OyDtOM Of COOMOnfit 3eleCtiOn ahould be baoad io the evaluation of the ventAbular analyzer. The -.-va3uation of other oyatema (i.e., the visual wialyzer, the retina and musclea oC tae eye, and ~intoroceptors) which enable a cosmonaut to orient himself in space should be of almoot equal importance in the selection program* Experience ban shown that a 1ACCESSION NR: AT4o42699 disruption of information concerning the position or the movement of the body can lead to vegetative disorders. This consideration led to studies of the analyzer systems of each of the cosmonauts, the interaction between analyzer systems, and ,the condition of vegetative functions during unusual interaction between analyzers .(such an the conditions which axise during space flight). The special conditions 'arising during space flight arc limitation of afferentation in a weightless state and the presence of unusual atimulation (vibration, noise, etc.). The differen- .tiated study of the vestibular analyzer should include determination of the thresh-', ,hold sensitivity of the semicircular canals, to an adequate stimulus, determination 1, of a reactivity curve during application of angular accelerations of various magni- tudea, determination of adaptive abilities to the action of angular acceleration and tests with Coriolis acceleration. The research on threshold sensitivity of the semicircular canals to adequate stimuli was performed for both positive and negative acceleration. Research performed on fifty healthy persons indicated that ,the scope of vasiation of threshold sensitivity is not great. It variea from 0.1 ,to 0.50 per sec (20 second action of acceleration) for positive accelerations, land 1.5 to 50 per second (for a atop atimulun of 0.15 seconds) for negative &c- .4 :colorations. However, various outside-atimuli and physical conditions of the en- ivironment can greatly affect the thresholds of vestibular sensitivity,, The data ACCESSION NR: AT4042699 obtained indicate that the study of vestibular thresholds will bf! Y~r-f helpful in the early detection of hidden disturbances in the activity of tile 11ll,ljy1.r1* *101~11 cannot be detected eanily by other menna. The moot common forms of investigating the functionn of the semicircular canals are various rotationil tests. Current trenda indicate that testing in the near future will be baned on methoda of mini- mal ntimulntion an,l succensive rotations of Increniiing IlAellnity. Evaluntion will have to be bnnod on methods which lend themselve-n to qunn,ital lye- an-ilynin. Numaroun exnerimentr hrv,) shown that training conninting of u4e r,y~;, ~tlc atimu- lation of tile vantibular mechAniam with the aid of vni-ioun rxm, i., n1 tents increacon the vestibular stability of tile nubjectil. "r4'. wLth which adaptation taken place varies with each individual. Thin rvitult!3 in tie problem of developing a tent for the objective evaluation of the degree of ndipt tion. Testa bnGed on registration of nyotagmus are inndequato becniisr they il~L to take into account the vogetative complex. Apparently, the real pict,irv o r, Iptive qualitien of tile ventibular analyzer can only ba obtained from a aur .1 evalua- tion involving vootibular-vegotative, veatibulr-r-uonatic, md ceiinor. rt~,ctiona arising in response to repeated stimulations. Laboratory studies are currently being conducted in this area. The use of Coriolis accelerations as a test has as its purpose the study of the summM reaction which.ariaes in labyrinth recept-.i " Ti., 3/5 ACCESSION NR: AT4o42699 oro in renponae to stimulation obtained during the combinno oiction of angular and linear accelerations. Laboratory tents with the periodic application of Coriolis accelerations accompanied by slow rotation have indicated that oven a rhort rota- tion leads to a disruption of walking, to a change in akin temperature, nnd to a change in the pulse frequency. At the same time, a lowering of the threchold of sensitivity to Coriolis accelerations wan noted without tho threshold ?.- ;.tj~'Ulnr acceleration being affected. A very interesting interreIntionnhip exists between the vestibular and optical analyzers. Laboratory experimento havc confirmed that stimulation of the retina has an inhibiting effect on the vestibular analyzer. Tests have Indicated that the result of interaction between the optical and the vestibular stimuli is determined by the functional condition of the vestibular analyzer. It became apparent that if the excitability of the vestibular analyzer was increased by radioactivity, inhibition of spontaneously arising n'Yotagwue by optical atimulation of the retina became more distinct, The level of excitability of the vastibular analyzer was achieved by means of radioactive tarn. ASSOCIATION: none ACCESSION MR: AT4042699 SUBMITrED: 27Sep63 NO RU GOV: 000 card 5/5 ENCL: 00 orm t 000 SUB CODE: LS ,,:i: 777777-, Y r V, ACCESSION NR. AT4042700 9/0000/63/000/000/0339/0343 AUTHORs Lebodiankiy, A. V.1 Arleshchanko, 0. 1.1 Buoy9gino V. To.1 Vartbaromov, R.A.; Veoelov, A. S.1 Volokhovs, H. A;j 4K!jL0 I, Yu. 0.1 Tomellyanov, M. P.1 Kalyayeva, T. V.1 Kr7*lov# Tu. V.1 Pol akov, B. V.-Irarierg Tu. Ve TITLEt Xffocts of Coriolis accel*ratiose on the humas organism SOURCE: Konferentoiya po aviatsionnoy L koomichookoy seditaino, 1963- Aviatsionmya i koomicherkaye meditsins (Aviation end apace medicine); materialye konferentait. Moscow, 19639 339-343 TOPIC TAGSt vestibular analyzer, cosmonaut selection, "amonaut training, sesi- circular canal, acceleration, rotation, mystagaus, optical analyzer, Coriolis acceleration ABS7RACTi Studies of the effect of prolonged Coriolis accelerations on the human 6rganiom must be made as a prolialmor7 stop toward the creation of artificial gravity in spaceships. Studies Were performed Is 0 slowly rotating KU-1 chamber (a cylindrically shaped raw 2.1 a in diameter and 2-3 0 ki&, equipped With too arachairs). Is ow first series of experimsts, 13 b"Ifty persons were subjested Card 1/2 ACCESSION NRI AT404Z M to prolonged rotation of I to ~ hours at an angular v*locitl of 5.30/sec. In the second series of experiments, Is subjects were rotated for 24 hours at angular velocities of 5-3, 10.6, and 21.20/see. Coriolis accelerations were created peri-1- odically by tilting the body and head In a plane perpendicular to the plane of rotation of the chamber at the rate of I movement/ase. Prolonged stay of subjects with normal vestibular sea4itivity under conditions of rotation at 5.3. 10.6. and 21.22soc resulted In functional ihangea In the conditioa of the central nervous system and the cardiovascular system, and In disruption of the body temperature control and the balancing function. The degree of vegetative disorder* was found to be directly proportional to the speed of rotation &M the degree of vestibular sensitivity of the subjects. Wring cumulative action of Coriolis accelerations, the majority of the subjects developed an adaptation wMeh woo noted from I to 5 hours after bogianing of the retation. On the basis of the results obtaimed. %ho method of poolongod slow retaties Is- r9commoaded for traialag parposes. ASSOCIATION$ WNW SUBMITTW$ MOO) IMLI 01) 0=1 I& ?I6 PJW S041 000 ~8 000 Card 212 GRIGORIYFV~ Yu.G.; ICIASNIKOVA, L.N. Feviptlcn of 1:)riz!rg ra-Iii-al-A.-m by ttji tKAY. !-LA. no.6. 85-91 Je t63. Pk 1 -1 4) ,W-'. I iNIIKOV , !*I. .; -G%V;Oj~ I Y",' Y%,.G., ['.'j f q I ~,, ho I I ~ , 1 1 - s EIM. ot cf tLr. : i;,Lrn,-t ra,!I&Lt,-n cn t1.,, cral sUite :~*t thn vestibular ia.alvzor. rad. 8 n'63. ARLASHCIIENKO, N.I.; B04HOVp B.B.; BUSYGIN, V.Ye.; VOLOKHOVA, N.A.; GRIGORIYEV, Yu.C.; POLYAKOV, B.I.; FARBER, Yu.V. Body reactions during the prolonged effect of coriolis accelera- tions. Blue. eksp. biol. i med. 56 no.8:28-33 Ag 163. (MIRA 170) 1. Naunluiyy rukovoditell - deystvitellnyy chlen AMN SSSR prof. A.V. Lebedinskly. Pred-9tavleno deystvitellnym chlenom AMN SSSR A.V. LebadinskLm. 0 ACCESSION NR: AT4037698 S/2865/64/003/000/OM/OM AUTHOR: Lebedinakiy, A.V.; Grigorlyev, Tu. G.; Lyubisova-ftranimov, R. N.& Polyakov, B. I. TITLE: Vegetative reactions during stimulation of the vestibular analyser am their possible role in complicating space flight conditions SOURCE: AN SSSR. Otd*leniye biologicheakikh nauk. ProblemyO komicheskay biologii. To 39 19641 278-288 TOPIC TAGS: acceleration, vestibular analyzer. space flight, Coriolis aceeleratiesig ~'rabbit# vegetative reflex IABSTRACT., The role of angular' accelerations and Coriolis accelerations on the vestibular function was studied by means of a BY-2 type accelerator, on which 't2 was possible to produo* angular accelerations ranging from 0.05 up to 1200 /see and any magnitude of angular velocity up to 1860/see. Vegetative reactions are,of special interest since by stimulating the vestibular apparatuss It is possible to observe practically all known vegetative reactions. It has been established that the magnitude of the reaction depends on the duration of the stia-lus (accolora- tion). Data obtained indicate that after whole-body irradiation of the animal, 11/3 tord .1 - ..-. .. --' NR: AT4o37698 ACCESSION ;11 more time is required for acceleration to produce an equal reaction. There is ..I reason to believe, in this case, that radiation affects the central nervous empts sad* system and not the receptor. go far there have been practically no att to evaluate the biological significance of vegetative reflexes which arise during i! stimulation of the vestibular analyzer. When rabbits wore gubjected to rocking in the horizontal (duration of accel ration, 0.15 see), at 66sec 2, a diminution of I respiration amplitudt wannoted; :t 400o/see the diminished amplitude increased J in frequency; at 606'/se'er- the ampl~tuds dropped off sharply with no marked frequency increase; and at 120OP/soc there was a distinct break in respiration. Reactions of the car4fiovascular system to accelegation are complex. Thus, when 2 rabbits are subjected to an acceleration of 0.05 /see for 30 see, skin temper- ature rise a. But, if accelerations are increased to 1-5 or to 3-20/sec2 for the same duration of time,, skin temperature dropa. The depressive reaction appears, apparently, only in response to large accel:r2tiona because when rabbits were accelerated in the range from 60 to 8000/a c (duration, 0.15 see), no depressive rgactign was observed. When rabbits were exposed to short-term aceeleration of 5 /see", a diminution of~blood circulation in the brain was observed. This effect was distinct If the a000leration lasted 12 or 24 seconds, but indistinct if the duration was only 6 secondso The authors have stressed the importanoe of. iL-d Card Acassim NR. ATW37698 duration of effect of acceleration on appearance of vestibular reactions. Very possibly this indicates the significant role of inclusion of the endocrine mechan- ism, particularly of the adrenal system, into the complex of vegetative reactions, and the consequent stimulation of the reticular formation. If the appearance of vegetative reflexes observed during stimulation of the vestibular mechanism I is tied to the stimulation of the reticular formation, then, in the final analysts,' their involvement must be controlled by the cortex of the cerebral hemispheres, It was also noted that stimulation of the vestibular apparatus limits the activity's of the cortical co"nent of.veptative reactions. i ASSOCIATION: none SUBMITMD: .00 MICL: 00 BUD 0=: pHj Ij NO REF SOV: 010 or=: 004 C0--rCT- U~ L.32453-65 =W/vT(M) ICCESSION MR: AP4046762 5/0219/64-/058/011/0122/0124 AUTHOR: Arlashchonkog N, I.; Grigor'yev0_Yu._G.; Malinin, Aj B, TITLEt A method for Isolated destruction'of the otolithio. apparatus with ionizing irrad4-4,4--_ Placement of applicators In thel inner ear veatibulo, /I I SOURCE: B7ulletont eksperimentallnoy biologii i meditsiny*v v. 58, no, 11, 19649 122-124 and insert facing p. 117 TOPIC TAGS: rabbitp ear vestibular apparatus, otolith destruction# promethium 147p beta radiation, ion exchange resin, labyrinth ABkRACT: Radioactive applicators with a sof"4* beta-emitter for isolated destruction of otoliths in animals are described. Promethium-147 is recommended as a radiation source because of its low energy beta-partioles (0.22 kov). A promethium-147 radiation dose decreases by about 250 times at a distance of 250 microns from the radiation source surface, 7his distance is equivalent to the thickness of the macula utrioull sensory epithelium containing the Card 1/p- :1, 32453-65 .;ACCESSION-NR: AP4048762 cellewhich respond to otolith movement changes. Applicators are made of sulfonated polyethylene in the form of a plate (1 z 2 mm) or of ton exchange KU-2 resin in the form of a ball (1 mm in diameter) The radioactive applioa~ors are placed In the inner ear vdstibule Of 1 operated animals and morphological tissue changes are determined later by histological examination of temporal bone pyramid prepara- tions. Tho method has been employed successfully in rabbits to destroy the otoliths without affecting the samlotroular canals of them' ears except for slight dilation of blood vessels, Orig, art, hast 2 figures, ASSOCTATIONt None SUBMIvr 23Apr63 SHOM '00 SUB COM LS 000 Card . - - - I ii~ -All '"1 1, &1, 1 YLVp H,140~1 *.,.Ii Yl;.17-., -1-~~torned. muk, n'tiv.."~Yy r-jkovcdiIA 1-1 riboty ~T repentwi sprImi. st!P-Wations of the vestibuli.- 4n rablitts on the quatUVAIv,3 relstion of t~o a wt L "Yv cf n7j!~;,gmn tw) tho v-Al.,,;e of negatlvq. angular Biul. tiVir. bilol. i ried. 6n no.9;59-&' 165. ~-66 EWr (1) NRs AP5028883 SOURCE CODE: UP/0219/65/o6o/011/0003/0006 AUTHOR: Grigorlyev, Yu. G. (Moscow); Farber, Yu._ V. (Moscow) ORG: none TITLE: The functional condition of the v ,pstibular an!!ly~~r n man during a 120-day stay in a hermetically sealed chamber SOURCE: Byulleten' eksperimentaltnoy biologii I meditsiny, v. 60, no. 11, 1965, 3-6 TOPIC TAGS: vestibular analyzer, stimulus, cerebral cotex, counterrotation illusion, vestibular function, nystagmus ABSTRACT: The demonstrated ability of Inadequate vestibular stimuli to affect ves- tibular function was studied in conditions simulating life inside a spaceship. Five healthy men aged 19-32 stayed In a hermetically sealed chamber for 120 days during which time they were examined at monthly intervals. Examination was also conducted 3, 8, 18, and 33 days after they had left. the chambero The threshold of vestibular sensitivity (to an adequate stimulus) was determined on a rotating chair with the subject's head fixed at a 30* angle to the axis of rotation. The adequate stimulus consisted of the negative angular acceleration which developed when the chair stoppa Vestibular sensitivity was judged by the appearance of nystagmus and the illusion of counterrotation. There was a direct correlation between the magnitude of the stimu- L 10272-66 ACC NRs AP5028883 lus and the length of nystagmus in all subjects. Experimental results showed changes in nystagmus during the subject's stay in the sealed compartment: both the duration of nystagmus and the slope of plotted nystagmus curves decreased. Individual dif- ferences were noted in the pattern of decrease of these factors. No reliable changes were observed in vestibular autonomic reactions.during the observation period (ar- terial pressure, pulse rate, etc.). The threshold of sensitivity to nystagmus changed very little. By the end of the experiment, changes in cupulograms were 9W- lar for all subjects; hence, the medium which the subjects inhabited definitely in- fluenced the condition of the vestibular analyzer. The fact that adequate vestibular stimuli are absent in these experimental conditions (with the exception of some limited motor activity) is a strong indication that the changes observed in nystagmus probably reflect functional changes In the cerebral cortex rather than changes in the receptor apparatus of the vestibular analyzer. Furthermore, increases In-thresh- olds of the sensory component of the vestibular reaction (illusion of counterrota- tion) observed after subjects left the chamber were probably due to readaptation to a new routine and different physical conditions. Orig. art. has: 3 tables. [J51 SUB CODE: 061 SU13M DATE: I&Tan65/ ORIG REF: 005/ OTH REF: 003/ ATD PRESS: ACC NRI AT6036541 SO(MCS CODE1 UH/0000/66/000/000/0136/0136 AUTHOR: Domilak, N. P.; Darenekaya, N. G.; Rayevskaya, S. A. ORG: none TITIE: Evaluation of radiation hazard and basis for establishing permissible doses oi ioniz adiation for cosmonauts flin to the moon (Paper presented at the Con e ce on Problems of space Me c e held In Moscow from 24 to 27 May 19661 n SOURCE: Konferentsiya po, problems= koemicheakoy meditainy, 1966. Problenq koomicheskoy medAtslny. (Problms of Mace medicine); materWy konferentaii, Moscow$ 19660 136 TOPIC TAGS: cosmic radiation biologic effect, radiation protectionradiation dosimetry, lunar space night, radiation permissible dose, radiation protection ABSTRACT: In estimating the potential radiation hazard of a lunar flight, ~Lhe 'following factors were considered: 1) the space radiation environment on the lunar trajectory, 2) the combined effect of ionizing radiation and other spaceflight factors on the cosmonaut, 3) the possibility of physical shielding, and 4) the effectiveness of various recommended prophylactic substances. Radiobiological tests showed that the RBE of protons, which constitute the chief radiation hazard, is close to one. Thus *it was possi-, .;ble to use experimental and clinical observations of gamma- and x-ray Card ACC NR, AT6065-41 irradiation to evaluate the space radiation hazard on brief flights. Exper- I .mental studies on large laboratory animals were used to establish a basis for permissible doses during lunar flight. This method permitted evalua- tion of the character and degree of radiation injuries from gamma and proton irradiation in the dose range to be encountered durin'g lunar flight. In addition, clinical observations of people subjected to local. irradiation for cancer treatment werg analyzed. A classification of regulated doses for brief spac eflight a was made on the basis of this mate ria1. (W.-A. No. 22; ATD Report 66-1161 SUB CODE: 06, 19, 22 / SUBM DOE: 00(&y66 ACC NRi-AT6036542 SOURCE CCDE: tM/0000/66/000/000/0137/0138 AUTHOR: Grigorlyevp Yuo Go; Kovalsvp Too Yes CRG: none --------- TITLE: Srcerlight radiation hazards (Paper presented at the Conference on Problems of space ledic1lie held In Moscow from 24 to 27 may 19663 SCURCE: Konferentalya po,prcble~ kondchesk2l medItsiny, 1966. Problemy koamicheakoy meditainy. (Pratf of space M mtbrialy konferentsii,, moscowp i966P 137-138 TOPIC TAGS: radiation protection,, radiation dosimetry, solar flare, cosmic radiation. biologic effect,, proton radiation biologic effect,, radiation ihielding,, space pharmacology A13STRACT: Cosmic radiation is made up or galactic cosmic radiation, radiation 1rom the Earth's radiation belts and from other planets, 'and corpuscular radiation from solar flares. - Doses from galactic cosmic radiation in inter-, planetary space can reach 190-250 rem/day, an obviously serious hazard .both for cas-manauts *and for the Me-support system on a spacecraft. Mean tissue doses from protons in the inner radiation belt can a m o u n t t o 0. 16 rem/day with an orbit of 500 km (orbital inclination 6511). However, electrons in the outer radiation belt have a low penetrating capacity ajid act chiefly on the skin. .. Corpudcular radiation from solar flares consists mostly of alpha particles and protons, th~ latter with energies ranging from several Mev to dozens of bev.. This wide ri~pV of prqton energy produces NRI consiaerable dec'r-e'ascs in the dose absorbed at different tissue depths.when' relatively fain shielding is used. However, as shielding thickness is in- creased, high-energy protons are filtered out and dose decrea'ses with tissue depth no longer occur. Of course the total radiobiological effect on the cosmon ' t can be substantially altered by many spaceflight factors, in~ au eluding weightlessness, altered gas composition. and others. A system of radiation safeguards for spacqnight must include general shielding of inhabited compartments, a radiation shelter, local shielding 0& cosmonauts, and pharmacochemical means of protection. Radiation dosimetry in spaceflight will be accomplished by on-board dosimeters, in- dose monitors, and signal and warning systems. Drugs carried i ,on the 'spacecraft will be used f6r prevention and treatment of radiation injuries. In addition to complex equipment carried on board,, the space radiation environment of the specific ks~!c"fuuy.._.. monitored from Eu-th. [W.A. No. 22; ATD Report 66-1161 SUB GODE: 06 / SUBM DATES OWA166 rM IGO F( Y!,.V , yu . II YOSTIT K , V.,,. , i n z h KA !;;', 14 b. 1. , 11. 7h. Oj-uraLion of auto.-,~,ated remote control for rutin ".)"RT engireo. ludc,streonle 30 no.9:44 3 164. 17:11) MAL'o-, _. .!. ' . p !. : 0 "" IL Ink ; Al~ I I YEV , Yu. 1. , irzh. Ll " '- 4 1~," ti fit,' d7itiv-0 ~~ i*,tt I t"- , tv~fvo o f' a i ')I t, Muc*,J. soob. Jo-JD I I ~ Io: 7f'j -8.2' 165. (AURA 18-.9) ..GRIOORIYW, Yu.L. Steel shot-boring nedr 20 no.1:28-32 in rocks of varying hardness. Rasved.i okh. J*-F 154. (W.RA 9:12) (Boring mehinery) T VOLOV, Aleksandr Spiridonovich; KALININ) Anatoliy Goorgiy-~vich; BRONZOV, Anato:Liy Samsonovich. Prinizal uchasti;ye GUGORIYEV, Yu L inzh.; ISAYKVA, V.V., ved. red.; POLOSINA, tekhn. red. (Drilling pipes and their joints; a mnual] Burillrye truby i ikh soedineniia; spravochnoe rukoyodstvo. Moskva, Gostoptekhizdatp 1962. 125 P. (Boring machiner7) (MIRA 15:7) GRIGORIYEV. Yu-.M., uchitell Equipping a chemical laboratory. Xhim. v shkole 15 no-3:41-45 My-je 160. (MIRA 14:7) 1. Srednyaya shkola No.19 pos. Shikharq Saratovskoy oblasti. (Chemical laboratories-Equipment and supplies) POPKO, V.N., insh.; EENIYAMINOVICH, I.M., inzk-; BEREZIN, N.N., inzh.; GRIGORIYEV, Yu.M., inzh. Manufacture of large reinforced concrete elements made with a line-slag binder. Bet. i zhel.-bet. 9 no.2360-63 F 163. (KUtA 16: 5) (Precast concrete--Testing) (Binding materials) POPFO, V.11., Jnzh.; V.V., Jnzh.; inzh. Lif;htweight concrete on a baae of mind alropcrltes. -Sbor. trud. Sverd. nauch.-issl. inst. po stroi. no.10:93-108 163. (!,aRA 17:10) INKS AP6012679 SOURCE CODE: UR/0170/66/010/004/0491/0494 AUTHOR: Prigor'Levo Yu -M ORG: Branch of the Institute of Chemical-Pbysics i5f the ii RA~Rp 10scow Region'(Filial Institute. kh1mT koy fiziki AN SSSRO MoskOV3kaya oblast') TITLE:. Unsteady state conductive beat transfer of a body In an Infinite medium SOURCE: Inzbensrno-~fizicheskiy zhurnalp Y, 1OP no* 4, 1966, 491-494 TOPIC TAGS: conductive beat transfer# thermodynamic analysis# Nu3selt number ABSTRACT: The article gives the results of calculations of the Nusselt number for bodies of different geometrical shapes in an infinite medium# the temperature of the surface of the bodies being a function of time& The problem under consideration reduces to the solution of the following differential equation,. 00 6V 0 n 0 0 TW t V + T wt Card lZ2 UDCt 536o2l L 29819-66 ACC "'3 AP6012679 The initial Conditions Aral =0. 0 =0. (2) The boundary conditions are: - ff(,r), (3) 0 0. (4) Here G =(T-Tc,*)/(T -T a* In the tempersture;r = st/r2 is the time,* ~ = x/r is a coorginate. Overall conclusion of the matbematioal evelopment is that the method of calculating the Nusselt number for the case of spherical symmetry can be used only for a limited class of s functions which describe the temperature variation of the surface of the body. Orig art* has: 15 formulas* SUB CODE: 201 SUBM DATE: 020*t65/ ORIG REN .002. 2/2 L E IAP A ?/ =_=41 A_ - WD"b" LES, 1~,` ti ACCESSION NR; AP4044M S/00d"0/64/114'/006/1427/1430 AUTHOR: Grigor'yev, Y1. H,; H a-k!im E , I 11e..r_z_ha t_:iv A-. -G). TITLE i IgAjtj.~n of a2rrlosive particles in a hot gas SOURCE: AN SSSR. Doklady*# ve 157j no, 6, 1964, 1427-1430 TOPIC TAGSi explosive, Ignition, combustion~ propellant, solid delay propellantoignition - 1 1 -7 ABSTRAM The ignition of spherical barium azide /particles produced by abrasion of crystals on emery paper was studied at 260-650C in an ssembly containing an electrically heated vertical glass tube into M ch a particle was introduced from the top and preheated air or nitrogen from the bottom. The falling speed of the particle could be controlled by regulating the countercurrent air flow. For sho.,.ter ignition delays a horixontal quartz tube was used. The ignition pro- cess was photegraphically scanned and a plot of ignition delay vs.' temperature was obtained for different particle diameters (see Fig. 1 of the Enclosure), Each point re-presentsthe average of 15-20 measure- ments, Tht- f1gy4re shows that the curves for different particle diam- Card 1 / 5 L ACCESSION NRs AP4044885 etere intersects' The ignition delay increased with increasing particle diameter at higher temperatures. The particle radlu a (rd was corre- lated with the critical temperatur 0 T0 cr (the mean between the explo- sive and nonexplosive decomposition teAperatures) by the following formulat "tITS Qk4E# E I In llsi(l + In SRA, av g T,-c r RV to.' where E 35,000 cal/mol '-~'4.1015-c&l/cm3 sect A 10-4cal/cm, sec deg, and 0 - 4 (E act"'lat 1 av 20U energy; Q# heat re ease rate; kol preexponential factor; A, thermal conductivity; Ro gas constant). With this formula, the critical temperature was plotted versus the radius in Fig. 2. Orig. art* has: 4 figuras and 3 formulas. ASSOCIATION: Institut khimicheskoy fiziki AN SSSR KLnstitute of ChApical Physics, AN SSSR) Card 2 / 5 4, 1~~ T, ACOS-s I 0~5`i -NR-i -A P-4-04 SUBMITTEDs 2OApr64 ENCLs 02 SUB CODEi WA NO REF SOVt 008 OTIIERt 002 Card 3/5 1,A7 ACCESSION.fiRt AP4044885 J20: 140. to- ire - Jv 80: ENCLOSUREs 01 Fig. 1. Dependence of the ignition delay time of barium axide particles of different size on temperature in the range of 280-650C, Card 4/5 --1-,M:,, --A Z.- L 15634-651 ACCESSION NRs AP4044885 140- jr 45 l?j 173 /a fw loyr.,Y- Pig. 2s Dependence T (r-) o,cr b -,I; b el o. lip - ENCLOSURE: 02 Card 5/t A& I I W_j_WW NjL*zjbn4&t j 11 DNA I MJZMMLAAJ4AW WIM61 DNA %MJ4&AUj.M_1 NIKI.InLi -_ .1 WC-RE-AP5026031 SOME CODE: tM/0405/65/000/001/0093/0102'. AUTHOR: GrigorlyeyA Yu. M. (Moscow); Makst-MI, E , (Moscow); 14erzhanov, A. (moo '_T cow) ORG: none TITLE: Relationships of ignition Of homogenous explosive particles in hot gas SOURCE: Nauchno-tekhnicheakiye problemy Soreniya i vzryva, no. 1,-1965, 93-102 TOPIC TAGS: combustion, explosion, sn_looiv~p propellant, solid propellantj ignitiot. ABSTRACT: A theory of the kinetics of decomposition of nonvolatile explosive particles in a hot gas has been developed on the basis of a simple model vhich assumet that the exothermal reaction takes place on the surface of the condensed particle which does not undergo phase transformation or change of size in the pre-explosion period, that the spherical explosive particle enters a cavity filled with hot gas, that heat transfer inside the particle takes place by conduction and external beat transfer by conduction and radiation, and that convective transfer is absent. The analysis yielded expressions for the temperature profile in the gas and Inside the particle, for the time required to heat the particle, and for the induction period. To verify the theRretical relationships, experiments were made with nitrocellulose- pyroxyline powdeA~ticles (50-150 u particle size) in horizontal and vertical glass tubes.-- The- Ignition temperatures of 50 p particles were 255C in air and 246C -L-nO3--66 ACC NRs AP5026031 .0 in argon. This difference Is attributed to the higher thermal conductivity of argon. Ignition delay times determined ae a function of temperature were in good agreement with the theory. Orig. art. has: 9 figures. (PV] SUB CODE: FP/ SUBM DATE: i8Dec64/ ono Rv: 005/ OTH REF: 001/ ATD PRESS: --yi;50el _jjFPF(n)-2jTjHT?[t) LIP I E W/ -Ac7-NR:- AP6012523 SOURCE CODE: UR/0062/66/000/003/0422/0429 .27 AUTHOR: Maksimov, E. I.; Crigor'yev,_Yu. M.; Merzhanov, A. G. 6 o ORG: Institute of Chemical Physics Academy-of Sciences SSSR (Inatitt ~koy fiziki Akade ii nauk SSSR) TITLE: The rules and mechanism of ammonium_perchlorate\~combustion SOURCE: AN SSSR. Izvestiya. Seri aya, no. 3, 966, 422-429 TOPIC TAGS: ammonium perchlorate, combustion, solid pyopellant ABSTRACT: The thermal decomposition of ammonium perchlorate (AP) is discussed exten- sively in the literature. PA sublimes on heating under high vacuum. Sublimation is.- suppressed with rising pressure and decomposition with evolution of heat takes place. Burning of PA occurs only at higher pressures. The purpose of this work was to in- vestigate the nature of combustion of PA depending on temperature, pressure, particle size, density, and addition of ammonium chloride. Experiments were conducted in a cons tan t-pressure bomb under nitrogen. The temperature was maintained by circulation of a thermosta*ted liquid. The rate of combustion was determined photographically on a moving film. Technical grade PA was used; results obtained from PA purified by recrystallization differed by no more than experimental error (t4%). Samples were obtained by pressing PA which had been ground and graded according to size. Formation Card 1/4. UDC: 541.126+541.124 4 ACC NR, AP6012523 lig. 1. Dependence of burning rate on pressure at 20C for particle sizes: 1 - 315-400; 2 - 250-315; 3 - 160-250; 4 - 100-160; 5 - 63-100; 6 - 50-63; 7- less than 50 u M kr/krik"-- and scattering of dispersed particles of PA were observed together with sublimation. The temperature factor of the'rate of combustion OT, U decreases with rising pressure and particle size, tending toward a saturatIon value. Card /4 L 23275-66 ACC NR, AP6012523 U, cm/sec U, Cm/sec., ;144- H /,V 110 I - Aof/Cis Fig. 2. Dependence of burning rate Fig. 3. Dependence of burning and pressure at 20C for particle rate and pressure at 120C for sizes: 1 - 315-400; 2 - 250-315; particle sizes: 1- 1.90; 3- 100-160; 4- less than 50 V 2 - 1. 5 g /cm3 The data obtained led to the formulation of a mechanism which in a number of cases does not agree with the combustion theory of volatile substances developed by Belyayev and Zeldovich. The authors wish to thank G. B. Hanelis and V. A. Strunin for r L 23275-66 ACC NRi AP6012523 pointing out the part played by the reaction in the condensed phase inthe course of PA combustion, and V. A. Linde, and Ye. I. Dmitriveya for the chemical amayses; Orig. art. has: 9 figures and 2 tables. IVS) SUB CODE: 21/ SUBH DATE: 3lOct63/ ORIG REF: 010/ OTH REF: 005/ ATD PRES Card 4/40 ACC NR.- -A P70000k6_- ____S4W4_ -CODE: UR/0207/66/bbb/665/6_6_1~ WTHOR: -Grip-orlyev Yu M (Moscow); Merzhanov, A. G. (Moscow); Pribytkova, K. V. (Mo-scoW)" DRG: none TITLE: Critical conditions of thermal explosion with conductive heat transfer in the reaction zone and surrounding medium (conjugate problem) SOURCE: Zhurnal prikladnoy mckhaniki i tekhnichesicoy fiziki, no. 5, 1966, 17-24 TOPIC TAGS: thermal explosion, critical explosion condition, conductive heat transfer, physical chemistry theory ABSTRACT: A study was made of the critical conditions of the thermal explosion of bodies having different geometrical shapes (indefinite plate of finite thickness, cylinder of infinite length and finite radius, and sphere), located in an indefinite medium in the presence of conductive heat transfer both in the internal and external regions (conjugate problem). An analysis was made of the external problem of the theory of thermal conductivity for the case involving constant tem- perature of the interface between the media. It was shown that, in the Lq9rd - 10 ACC NRI ---AP7000046 cases of plane and cylindrical symmetry, the existence of critical con- ditions for the thermal explosion is associated with the "burning out" of the substance in the preexplosion period, which takes place in the case of a nonzeroth order reaction. There exist no critical conditions for those shapes in the case of a zeroth order reaction. In the case when the temperature of the interface undergoes random variations, the conjugate problem is reduced to a boundary value problem; in this case, the criterial analysis method makes it possible to establish integro- differential equations for heat fluxes across the surface of the body. Integro-differential equations were used for the criterial analysis of the syntem, and for the analysis of limiting cases of ideal heat trans- fer (boundary conditions of the first gender) and of the absence of temperature distribution in the reaction zone. Calculations of the critical conditions of the thermal explosion were carried out on an electronic computer, and the results were processed in the criterial form. The critical conditions of the thermal explosion of the system, initial substance - surrounding medium, were calculated under different specific conditions. The special features of the thermal explosion were analyzed for the cane of conductive external heat removal. It was sholm that in the vicinity of critical conditions a quasi-stationary thermal regime holds for the reaction because of a decrease in time of the ef.F- fective external heat transfer coefficient. The authors thank B. I. -Card -2/3. ACC NRs Anooob46-- Khaykin and V, V. Barzykin for valuable advice. figures. I SUB CODE.-20,21/ SUBM DATE: 25jul65/ ORIG REP: Card Orig, art. has; 7 (W. A. 68] (BO) 010/ OTH REP: 003 -------- --- - 1, 4731?-1,,'~: EPA V .21E-'Wr (I ACUSSION NR., AT5007922 S/0000/64/000/000/0295/0299 AUTFOR: Vallter. A. K.; Grigorlyev, Yu. N.; Dudkiaa, 1. N.; Ivanov, V. r.-_ -4*Wo--.V'- V Yi~gL-~nko A. Koba~ Off i% fi o n~kov . r-, _,j_ ,~tLqy P.. _A. Tols Y st~ arsv Grish~" A. TITLE: The apparatus of the_fh-isicotechnical_I stitute, q M, jerLr ding ZdZ~"t-12.n 1).!Ia, ex- Ukrain I*an- SS'R-, for colli ~p. yith energies of 200 Y 100 Hev for iperiments on the scattering of electrons on61actron ;SOUPCE: International Confererice onjiigh Energy Accelerators. Dubna, 19C.3. Trudy. Moscow, Atomizdat, 1964, i95-i~q .TOPIC TAGS: high energy accelerator, high energy plasma, particle beam, particle :physics, charged particle beam :ABSTPACT: Work. on colliding electron beaw. in the Physicotechnical Institute, ',Acadeqj of Sciences, Ukrainian SSR, was begun in 1960. The existence of linear ,electron accelerators was basic for the initiation of such work. At the first stage, it was decided to stop at electron storage devices of 100 H-ev enerff, since ~it was found that even at such comparatively small energies of the colli ding beams Card 1/5 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - L h7312-65 iACCESSION NR: AT5007922 :many problems can be solved. The most convenient storage design is a system of I .race-track3 with a common linear section in which the colli3ion of the two beam is ,effected. A distinctive property of the Institute's storage device is the great ~1~engtI13 of the linear sections, equal to 50 and 80 cm for a radius of revolution of 50 cm. The groat langth of- ane pair of linear sections in each cf the was T le of scitterinp. selected in order to provi0e fur meauumment of the minimu, ang 'Selection of d small radius of revoil-ition was due to thp r-_quirement of mini,mliri ;equilibrium dimenslon2 cf -the bca;i and to the tend(,,ncy to hav-~, a not too 1~,,ng tiirrr-. jor Uimping of the hcarit occillations, ' To localize thc r~~Zlori of Interaction, the orbikr an~? distorted in thn vortical planc by r,-: two "intersecting," !!,~~Igncts that create a hcjw,,~;,rene~)= field In tIv-, revi,-il The i~agnets art. th oF each of tfie "i M-;r-j-L-~-T,H-,.-,_l -in-Oie-cor rp~_Virwar secticri . Th:? lf~ov Intersecting" 1!:!agnets i2qu.a17, 1.0 cm, ari& -thc A--g- 640 oerateds. The A- equMbriur4l orbit Ivi I cm fvom flle nedien plane. TGe q_u_adra-nr9-` Ila a co -rf n 0. 44 2 5. The co(ipied m3gmeta -in the -tba tim izide~, 4xv- :heLrp in- -4 mina wing sections Is nj = 0.450.__ 7-he stability of--the sed by a diagram showing field index n in the quadrants versus the field-index nj !in the coupled magnets. The regions of stability and resonance lines of variaiis i Card 2/5 ~ L 47312-65 ,ACCESSION HR: AT5007922 i ;orders am Indicated in the diagram and discussed. The selected operatinj point 3,i at a maximum distance from the resonances; in this case the frequencies of beta- ,tron re!dial and vertical (axial) oscillations are respectively equal to V = 1.145; r ,~v, = 0. 6956. The internal dimensions of the vacuum chamber were 100 x 40 mm . The 'determining problem here was the conditions governing the beam input into the , -1. The torage device. The beam is fed to an inflector through a magnetic channe G !initial conditions are so chosen that the beam can by-pass in the first six revo- lutions the inflector set a distance of 2.25 cm from the equilibrium orbit, The jbehavior of the storage device in the first six revolutions is described. In case ''the trailing edge of the magnetic field pulse lasts for thme revolutiens of the in the storage device, the introduction of- particles into the chanber can .also be prolonged in the course of three revolutim:.-nc- In order to capture parti- clcs in the storage device it is necessary to create with the help of inflector magnets a magnetic field strength of RI= 1900 oersteds, 11 2630 oer;teds. The -is ev ated on the-ass isystem of-tolerances alu the input beam! width a= 0.5 cm, height b= 0.3 cm, angular divergence: radial -3 -4 &Y = 2. 10 and vertical Ay,, = 5610 . Pr--liminary measurements indicate that this idaFa can be realized in the case of the Institute's apparatus. The re-quirements on: Card 3/5 J~z L 47312-65 ATS007922 _JACCESSION NR: the stability of the magnetic field of the inflector are: -AH1 1H1 10%, AH 1H 3%. Taking Into consideration the indicated quantities, the maximum valuer, of Ithe cur-vature of the radial betatron oscillations will be equal respectively to IF 2.P cm, F 4.1 cm. According to computations, the equilibrium dime'ns-lons of the 1)(~am mus t3C a 0.01; cm; a n 0.2 cm. Due to t h u an t tim fluctuations in !;'Jn~711rotroll radiatfon, tile., longltudlual dimennion of tht!,ticle tunch equalq 140 1cm, for a gap voltage of about 1.5 kilovolts. Tile mean Cnergy expended on an ~eiectron per revolution, taking into account the cohercrit radiation, is equal to i220 olectron-volts. Tile time of oscillation damping amounts to 100 =ec, Alter- tnate injection of the beam of electrons in the ring If-, effectQd by thr-ce sector ;magnets with double focusing. Tile Introduction of a beam turned away from the ac- Iceleratcr and with zero initial conditions is ensurpe, by the application of a cy- Jindrical magnetic sbield with a abielding coefficient varied along the length. iAll the magnets are supplied with pow0, from sources that have a curmnt stability iof at least 0.02%. Ilie report also discusses the vacuum chamber, voltage generatori ,and a few other aspects of the apparatus. Orig. art. has: 5 figures, 2 tables 4/5 L 471312-65 -ACCESSION NR: ATS007922 !ASSOCIATION: Fiziko-tekhnichookly institut AN UkrSSR (Physicotechnical Institute, iAN UkrSSR) SUB CODE: LX, UP 1SU13MITTED- 26Mav64 ENCL! 00 .'~CMSNH NR: AP3001770 %/0188/63/000/003,/003Z/0043 AUMORs Kolesnikov, N. N.; Grigorlyov,.Yu. P. - - -111-1 111-----, "1 TITIZ: On the theory of isotope shifts, SOURCE: Moscow. Universitat. Vestnik. Seriya 3. Mika, antronomiya, no. 3, 1963* 32-43 TOPIC TAGS: isotope shifto nuclear volume offecto band spectrum ABSTRACT: A now relativistic formula for the nuclear volume effect to be used for investiGations basod on the isotope shift in line spectra ha3 boon derived on the ba'Riz cf a rewritten solution of the Dirac X1 and X2 radial function equation. The tziatment mdc possible the replacement of the Wilets formula with a more accurate orM which takes into account the alterations of the electron wave function. The re- sulta obtained may be generalized to cases of nuclear densities which are neither restricted to finite distances nor spherically symmetrical. Orig. art. ha3t 1 table and 4 figures, corj 1/2 A~CZSSION NR3 AP3001770 ASSOCIATION: Kafelra slaktrodinamiki i kvantavoy toorii (Department of Electrodyna- 2ics and Quantum Theory) SUBMTEDs o4jun62 DATE ACQs OWul63 ENCL: 00 .SUB CODE: PH NO REF SOV 3 005' OTHERs 021 Card 212 A C C'--S SION \R':"'_AP40.13378 .5/0046/64/0?8/001/6025/0036 AWIM Gri(.;orl evy YOO P. (Leningrad) ;,TITM-: A-class of linear optimal problems SOURCE: Frilkladnaya matematiks i mekhanikap v. 28p no. 19 1964v 25-38 iTOPIC TAGS: linear optimal problem, minimization of functionalst linear differen- Itial equation, variable coefficient, linear boundary condition, optimal control, :variational problem ;ABSTII.CI.: The author studies the problem of ninimization of functionals of special! ifo-.,. vith relations given by linear differential equations with variable cooffi- Icients and linear boundary conditions of General form. The functionals are given iin the form of integrals of functions of the length of the vector of controls. The ;controls occur linearly in the right parts of the differential equations and are ibounded in modulus. For such cases the author solves the problem of uniqueness and: ,existence of optimal controls and establishes the relation between these problems iand probloms on high speed. He proposes methods for finding the gradients of ininimizable functions with the help of solving certain systems of differential ;equations. Orig. art. hass 63 formulas. I Card JAN I UKANSKIT, A.A.; AFAIASITIV, A.M.; VOLIMIR, A.S.; GR,jaq~~-,TPUAP; NODAW, A.I.; MARIIX, V.A.; PRIGOROVSKIT, T.T.; SNIM, I.K., redaktor; AMMMOV. S.N., tekhnicheskiy redaktor. (Collection of problems on the strength of materials] Sbornik sadach po soprotivleniiu naterialov. Koskya. Goo. izd-vo tekhn.- teoret. lit-ry, 1954. 480 p. (MLRA 7:12) (Strength of materials) FROI 'OV, VLdimir Moiseyevich; GRIGORIYEV, Tu.p., kand. tekhn. nauk, red.; SIMYNrAYN, L.J., izdatellskly red.; PUMIXOTA, N.A., tekhn. red. [Unine the wathod of correcting functions in calculAting defor- mtjonm of altntilever plate@] Primenenie metoda korrektirmiu- shchel funktolt Y rasohetakh deformateli konoollnykh plastin. Moskva, Gom. Ird-vo obor. pronmhl. 1957. 34 p. (Moscow. T39n- trallnyl sere-gidrodinamichaskil Institut. Tmdy, no.705). (Ilastic plates and shells) (NIIA IIS3) KISBLNV, riadimir Filippovich; GR' kand. tekhn. nauk, red.; XUZWTSOVA, A.G., lsdat*l so kly red,; LIBEMA, L.A.. tokhn. red. [Stress analysis of a delta viv4g tAkIng the elastic sealing Into cnnsideration) Metod rascheta trougalinogo kryla na prochnost' m itchetom upr ot sadalki. Moskyst Goo, Isd-vo oboronnot provWsbl.. 1957. 41 p-lNoscow. TSentrallayi "ro-gi drodinamiche ski I Institut. ?rt*. no-703). (KIRA 11:1) (Airfoils) LIMSKIY, Aleksandr Azarlyevich; -!;~IG I E Ju.P.,--kand. tekhn. nauk. dotsent; ROSTOWSEV, G.G., doktor tekhn. nauk., prof., retsenzent; ZASLAVSKIY, B.V., kand. tekhn. nauk, red.; BELLUSEVA, A.G., red. izd-va; ROMIN, V.P., tekhn. red. (Structural mechanics of airplanes] Stroitellnaia mekhanika samoleta. Yoskvat Goo. nauchno-tekhn. izd-vo Oboroneiz., 1961. 528 p (MIR.A 12) (Airplanes) (Strength of matorials) S11'V621000100610081015 ,0511/A 1217 AU"111ORS: Murdaz;ov, A. V., GrI '_gorlyev, YU. TITLE: The optimum pressure applied to the grindirg wheel. in polishing metals PERIODICAL: Stall, no. 06, 1962, 541 TM.T; Tests were carried out at the Chelyabinskiy metallurgicheskiy zavori (Chelyabinsk Metallurgical Plant) to determine the optimum pressure for 6rinding wheels. In these tests, I X 18H 9T (lKhl8N9T) grade steel was polished with 3 125CT 36 (E125ST3B) type, 300 x 110 x 75 mm size wheels, having the zame hard- ness and volumetric weight, while radial forces of 40, 65 and 95 kg were applied. It was found that when the radial forces increased, th6 consumption of the grind- ing wheels rises beyond their productivity. When the radial force is increased from 40 to 95 kg, the quantity of metal removed will be raised from 61 to 196 gr/min, while the consumption of wheels rises from 35 to 1060. gr/min. 71,us, the specific output of the wheels (i.e. the quantity of metal polished off per unit weight of the wheel) is reduced by a factor of more than 1.5. The tests and cal- Card 1/2 The optimum pressure ... V I ') 316210-00A, C65/0-08/015 A0511/AA27 culations showed that applying radial forces between 40 and 80 kg reduces the Initial costs of tile process. Although the specific output of the -wheels de- creases in this case and consequently the consumption of wheels will. be higher, the increased output saves money owing to less labor being required for the process for polishing per unit weight of the metal. At tile Chelyabinsk Metal- lur-ical Plant, the E125ST3B grinding wheels are operated at a pressure of 60 65 kg, which increases the productivity of the process by 35 - 50%. There are 2 figures. ASSOCIATION: Ura1VNIIASh Card 2./2 ACCESSION NR: AT4014049 5/3073/63/000/000/0170/0177 AUTHOR: Grigorlyei, Yu. P. TITLE: Analysis of the reasons for the scatter of fatigue test results I SOURCE: Prochnost' metallov pri perem-nny*kh nagruzkakh; materi&ly* tretlyego soveshchaniya po ustalosti metallov, 1962 g. Moscow, Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1963, 170-177 TOPIC TAGS: fatigue, fatigue test, metal fatigue ABSTRACT: The exact determination of the mechanical characteristics of a metal requires a large number of specimens to make statistical treatment of the experimental results applicable. The analysis of the distribution of experimental points shows that the scattering of the stresses in the specimens obeys the normal distribution law, but that the normal logarithmic distribution law has to be applied to the number of fatigue cycles. The distribution of the number of cycles can be expressed by the formula; 2 4 d' A lg N - BC tg CA where BC is the interval of scattering, A log N is the increase in the logarithm -CcXd-r.he number of cycles, Adr the ammimum deviation of the true stress from any . 1/2 ACCESSION UR: AT4014049 mean value, andcA the angle of inclination of the fatigue curve. Analysis of the expeiimental data on the fatigue strength of construction materials sh ed that, in the interval of limited durability of the material, the scatter of the number of cycles is 10 - 20 times larger than the scatter of the stresses. Orig. art. has: 15 formulas, 3 tables and 4 graphs. ASSOCIATION: None SUBMITTED: 00 DATE ACQ: 20Feb64 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: M No REP SOV: 003 OTHER: 0007 Caro 2 /2 ACC NRt AF10026314 ( /)114 ) SOURCE CODE: UR/0413/66/000/023/0.1--,/010 INVEN`fOR: Grigor'yev, Yu. P.; Morozov, A. A. ORG: None TITLE: A device for determining the most significant digit in the difference between two binary numbers. Class 42, No. 134071 SOURCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no. 23, 185 TOPIC TAGS: binary number, digital system, computer component ABSTRACT: This Author's Certificate introduces a device for detenrinin(; ti.,., most significant digit in the difference between two binary nu;nbers being ccrp.-i:-1 Irl digits. The device is simplified and its speed is increased by connecting ~rx inputs to an exclusive OR circuit which is connected through a blocking circuit to the gene- rators of the "ones" connected to the second inputs of the corresponding ccllls in the blocking circuit. The inputs of the device are also connected to switches W'Lth their second inputs tied to the output of the exclusive OR circuit and their outputs con- nected through shift circuits to the memory circuit which serves as the output for the device. SUB CODE: 09/ SUBM DATE: 07Mar6o Card - ------------------ UMANSKrY, A.A. ; AFAIIASIYEIV, A.,'-!. ; VOLIMA, A. 0J. KODjll:EV, A.I.; MARIDI, V.A.; 1XVIT-YI71, V.V.; TIKHOMILROV Ye.N., retsenzent; S1,11M, I.K.,, red. [Collection of problems on the Btroneth of materials] Sburnik zaduch po noprotivleniiu materIalov. Tzd.2., perer. i dop. Mo.-kva; Nauka, 1964. 550 P. OeTRA 18:1) GRrGM3YL?V, YU.S. Ivan Tikhonovich Waillchenk- ;1903~ -Im Vw'comalad of hU- 60th birthday and the 35th anniversary of his researoh activitieve Bot. zhur. 49 no.7&1085-1087 J1 164 (141U 17:8) 1. Institut botaniki AN UxWRp TaBhkent, DIITKIN, G.S.; ROSHCHIR, P.I.; CHUXBOV, S.P.; GRIGGaIYEV, Yu.S., red.; PRILEPSKAYAp V.D., tekhn. red. - - -... [Electric insulators and accessories of 35 to 500 kv. electric power tranmission lime) Isoliat"y i armatura linii alektropero- dachi 35-500 kv. Mookwap 1959. 92 po (KERA 14:9) 1. Moscow. Nauchno-looledovatellskiy inatitut elektropronyahlennosti. TSentrallnayebyuro tokbmicheekoy informataii. (Slectrio lines--Overhead) VVEDENSKIY, A.I.; DRICQBIYEV, u.A, _j_ _LKNORRING, I.G.; K&CRETOVICH, V.1.1 OVCHINNIKOV, P.N.; FILATOVAp I.F.; CHUWAVINA, A.P.; 7JXrELIP M.Ye.f tekhn. red. . I [Flom of the TajIk S.S.R.]Flora Tadzhikskoi SSR. Glay. red. P.If.-Oichinnikov. Moskva, Izd-vo AN SSSR. Vol.2.[Cyperaceae Orchidaceae]Oaokovye-Orkbidnye. 1963. 454 p. (MIRA 16:8) (TaJiMstan-Monocotyledons) B,WNNIKOI,lp A..A.t inzh6)--,G7iIIiG,0R',I0, Yu.-.', Star'.tngp ad'u3tIng, ayA rc-g,.,jarjrjg j =Cle! coal preparation plant. Nauc ti. trudy KIILII: fkfg-iR- b-.jg. n,~..'., 7X-.?.6 GRIGORITIT. Tu.S. ,_ -._4M.Or.,...W,*,-.--I Data on the history of 18:129-139 151. (Pamir-Alai--Gum tragacanth flora of Pamir-Alai. Trudy ?FAN SSSR (KLR& 8:8) tragacanth) GURSKIY, LMVSXATA, I.Bo: OSTAYOVICH. L.P.: GRIGOR'TBV.-.Tn.~..otv. ~ - ."_ n red.; MATTMIEV, X.I.,red.; XOTSMNIO, Te.G.Ored.izd-va; OLOV. P., [Principal results of introducing plants in the ftmir Botanical Garden] Osnoynys itogi introduktall rastenil v Pamlrekom botantchs- okm madue Stalinabad. Isd-vo Akad nauk Tadsh SO. 1953o 97 p. (Akademlia nauk TadzMkmkot MS Stalinabad. Truily vol.16) WRA 12:6) (Gorno-Badakhohnn Autonomous Province--Botanical jardens) KOR9011SKATA, Ta.l.; GRIOORIYKV, Yu.S., redaktor; KOROLVA. A.S. . redaktar; MIDV. P.M. -.-t ME ffci redaktor. (Rust fungi of Tajtktstanl Rshavchinnye griby Tafthikistam. Stalinabad, Izd-vo Akadomil nauk Tadshikokot SSR, 1954. 94 pe (Akademile nauk Tadshikokot SSR, Stalinabad. Truo vol.30). (MLRA 9:11) (TaJIkistan-Uredineae) VIRIGORITW, TU.S.; KUPMICH, V.P.; redaktor; VIEMM, S.D.. redaktor; - AKMr,-,-jLA.. tekhnicheeklyredaktor. (Comparntive-ecological study of the zerophilization of higher plants) Srarnitellno-ekologicheskoe iseledovanin keerofill- satell vysshIkh ranteall. Moskva. Ind-vo Akadeall nauk SSSR. 1955. 157 P. (NLRA 8:11) (Xeroptqtes) GRIOORITW. Tu.S. On* of the 1"edlato taskv of present-day biology. Isv.Otd.ost. nauk AN Tadsh.SSR no.12:99-110 155. (Km 9110) 1. Sovet prolsvoditellafth oil Sevem Akademit nauk Tadshikokor SSR. (BIOLOGT) GRIGM TV , Tu. ff. Comparative ecologle-al investigation of Aflatunia ulmofolia and two species of. AmygAalus; on the question of the raltionship between experliontal and IdescriptiveO botany, Izv, Otd, eat, nauk AN Tadsh.SSI no.20:71-92 157. (KIRA 11S8) 1. So"t pe trucheniyu proizvoditellrqkh oil AN %ahiksko7 SSL (Almond)