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r I ,olof,Y)VI, M.I., TJ-Y1-"'V, L.M. "Non-Blast-Furriace Desulphurization of Cast-Iron," lecture given at the Fourth Conference on Steelmaking, A.A. Vaikov, Institute of *4 ~ --tallurgy, Moscow, July 1-6, 1957 137-58-5-9051D Translation from~ Referativnyy zhurnal. Metallurgiya. 1958, Nr 5, p 43 fUSSR) AUTHOR Gromov, M. 1. TITLE An Investigation of the Process of Desulfurization oi Pig lion in a Rotary Furnace (Issledovaiiiye protsessa deSL1ltt11;11--,jj k1ju- gLina vo vrashchayushcheysya pechi) ABSTRACT- Bibliographic entry on the author's dissertation for the de- gree of Candidate of Technical Sciences, presented to In-t metallurgii AN SSSR ('Institute for Metallurgy, Academy of Sciences, USSR), Moscow, 1957 ASSOCIATION Int-t metallurgii AN SSSR (Institute for Metallurgy, Academy of Sciences, USSR), Moscow 1. Iron-Desulfurization 2. Card 1/1 r AUTHOR";: Gromfw I I Tr,,yl(,-v, 7. 1. 'Poru n9 V. T I 'I'L Do-,.ulpliurization of ri~, iron out:-idr, tbo I.I.-,t Pirnace. (VrIodommilwye Obomrcriv.antyc, r-buLl-mi-i) , P.MODIC!,L: TMetaI1ur,-,,,, 1958, No.3, pp.3-6 (USSR). rrmr -Yo -i.,o w~ricus i ve d i a, (Fi, . 1) to w tj TI,c ~4uLhor!!' L. - triod in the USSR and. for .;x-tern.-A Jc:,.,.,,1phuri7.ation of pi,, iron -,ith c.:,Iciu:a carbide or oG".--r -,olid reatwit--. The,Y nelect i~; due mainly, to their rolative inefficiency and low productivity. The IRSID M-~j, tliey criticize on tIje EA,~ ' iti -o 1! 1. our. Z: t h:~ t 1'u -,-o-AUI be difficult to effect or, a 1,:i-e that %.ould be require,j fo-- r., ~ -,,in-- the li,.(-. i*u-t -pro,.'ticed', chat tlic, finc-1,,j .o 1d cif'ic;ult to obtain -id that iitIIO-.,,:. i A. not u avzfilz, I 1c t many T.OY L'o on fl-o dc:,:crill~,, c., at tli-., liovo-Linets]-J,f liquid tiet-:,I is truLto,~ wil-I., 11--le -Otati:" ves-'el cohe beii- -d I c d o roducin- au,a!~,chor--.. B. Provotorov, 11.14',ilin. -.--nd I L Card 1/3 L. 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(1 Institut metallurgil AN SSSR i Novo-Lipetskiy metallurgicheskly zavod (Institute of Metallurgy AS USSR and the New-Lipetsk Metallurgical Plant. AVAILABLE: Library of ConEros--. Ccrd 3/1 SOV/180-59-3-5/43 AUTHORS, Gromov. M.1. and Tsyl---,. L.M. (Moscow) 11ITLE. On the Mechanism of DesulphurlRation of Pig Iron with Solid Lime l~;R10DICALxIzvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR, Otdeleniye teklinicheskikh nauk Metallurgiya i toplivo, 1959, Nr 3. pp 25-28 (USSR) AB6FHACTg The existing theories on the inechanism of the transfer of sulphur froin slag to metal are discussed. In order to study the mechanism of desulphurisation of pig iron (solid pig iron - solid lime and liquid pig iron -- solid lime) experimental work has been carried out. In the first series of experiments ignited lime balls were placed in a ciucible. surrounded by crushed pig (0.08 - 0.1% S) and heated to various temperatures (600 to 9oo*C) for periods of 20 minutes to 3 hours. In the second series lime balls were dipped into molten pig iron and retained in it for periods from 1 becond to 15 minutes. The surface of the lime balls was then analysed by petro- graphic and X-ray methods. It was found that in no case did the lime surface contain iron but only CaO, CaS and in the case of solid iron CaSO4. the amount of which was decrensing with Increasing tempernture at which the Card 1/2 experiment was carried out. On the bnsis of the results SOV/180- 59- 3-5/43 On the Mechanism of Desulphurisation of Pig Iron with Solid Lime obtained, the following mechanism of' the desulphurisation with solid lime is postulated: in liquid metal,sulphur is present in the form of sulphur ions which are adsorbed on the surface of the lime, replacing oxygen in the crystal lattice: IS] + (02-)---*(S2-) + [0) As however, oxygen is more electronegative than sulphur, its bond with calcium should be stronger and probably some additional forces are necessary to replace it in the lattice with sulphur. It is thought that carbon has a weakening influence on the calcium oxygen bond. The apparatus used for the experiments for dipping lime balls into molten iron is shown in Fig 1. There is I figure and 5 references, 3 of which are Soviet and 2 English. SUBMITTEI)i January 26, 1959 Card 2/2 G.qOMOV, M.I., kand.tokhn.nauk, Moskva. Natural gas in metallurpv. Priroda 49 no.9:60-61 S 160. (MIRA 13:10) (Iron--Metallurp ~y) (Gas, Ikitural) ARTERINKO. 1.A.: GROMOV, N.I.; TSYLEV, L-M- Technological processes for extracting concentrates for producing thickeners. Biul.tekh.-okon.inform. no.11:3-4 160. (MIRA 13:11) (Ore dressing) BOGDANOVICH., K.I.; GROMOV, M.l. New soda substitute for the desulfuration of pig Iron. Trudy Inst. met. no.12%16-19 163. (MIRA 16,10 Deoulfuration) lcium manganese oxide) t GROMOV, M.I. (Moskva); SHUBFKO, P.Z. (Moskva); TSYLEV, L.M. (Moskva); KOLESNIKOVA, L.L. (Moskva) High speed magnetic roasting of iron ores in two-stage system vortex chambers. Izv. AN SSSR. Met. i gor. delo no.1:15-19 Ja-F 164. (MIRA 17:4) GROMOV, M. (14. "Distance," article published in Samoylet (Airplane)y No. 1, Jan. 41, Moscow M. Gromov, famous flyer and a "Hero, of the Soviet Union," wrote a two-page article entitled "Distance's (of airplane flights) which appeared in the "Today and Tanorrow" section of the Ho. 1 issue of the magazine Samoylet, January 41. This is a popular TFe-long distance article on the importance and possibilities of t non-stop air Clights. According to the author, the day is not too far off when it will be possible to rake a non-stop flight around the earth in some 80-90 hours. GROMOV. X.M.,-gerov Sovetakogo Soyuza, goAaral-polkovnik aviateil. Paticipate In sport! Discussion with Air Force Colonel-General N.M. Gromov. Hero of the Soviet Union. Voen.zmm. 31 no.8:1 Ag 156. (NLVA 9:11) (Physical education mA training) GROMOV, V, N-~ -roy I ge Moscow - Sovetakogo Soyusa. North Pole - United Statee. Kryl. rod. 8 no.71l4-15 JI 157. Ueronautles-YlIghts) (MLIA lOs9) DUZI. Petr Dmitriyevich; WWJMOV, V.A., prof., doktor takhn.aauk, general-mayor. smaluzhennyy deystell nauki I tekhniki, retsensents,,GROKIOV$ N -0-N., profel general-polkovnik, retoenzent; ANOSHCHWO, N.D.. profes retsenzen~; BOKOVICH, D.M., kand. tekhn.nauk, red.; BZLEVTMVA. A.G.,; ROZHIN, V.P., (History of aeronautics and aviation In the U.S.S.R.: period of the First World War, 1914-19181 Istoriia vozdukhoplavenlia I avistsil v WkR; period pervoi mirovoi voiny, 1914-1918 gg. Moskva, Gos.neuchno-tekhn.izd-vo Oborongiz, 1960. 298 p. (Aeronautics-History) (MIRA 13:11) . AR.QKOT.-Mikhoil-Mikolaysrich._ksnd.okon.nauk; TARARUKHIN, A.. red.; PAVLOVA, S., (How to ensure correct labor organization] Kak obeapechit' pravillnuiu organizatsliu truda. KosIcva, Mosk.rabochii, 1960. 30 p. (Koscow Provinos-Parm management) (MIRA 13:12) (Koscow Provinoe--Agricultural wages) GROMOV, M.N., kand. ekonom. uauk;KAIASENIKOVA, V.S.0 red.; GUREVICH, M.M., tekhn. red. [How to shift to a now wage system on state farms] Kak pereiti na novuiu oplatu truda. v oovkhozakh. Moskva, Izd-vo sellkhoz. lit-ry, zhurnalov i plakatov, 1961. 151 P, (MIRA 14:12) (Agricultural wages) I A I - LOZA, G.M., prof.; IJUZILOV, YU.T., dots.; MOMOV, 'jqts.; NIKIFOAM, M.A.p dots.; il:FELOV, V.F.j, k1trid. ekori. nauk; SINYUKOV, M.1.p dots.; SALIKOVA, A.D., dots., GRAIII)ITSHY, P.A., dots.; TIKIIOIIOVA, Ye,l.';.,, red. [Practical aid for the organization and planniq-, of producc- tion Qn collective and state fams] Praktikum po organizatsil I planlromMu I)z-oi".vod,,)tvn v kolkhozakh i sovkhozakli. Mo- skva, Kolon, 1965. 526 p. (MIRA 18:5) RUDENXO~ A.M.; SPITSA A.I.1 GROMOV, M.S. Virusological characteristics of poliomyelitla in Dnepropetrovsk Province. Vop. virus. 7 no.2:240-41 Mr-Ap 162. OURA 15:5) 1. Dnepropetrovokiy inotitut epidemiologii, mikrobiologii i gigiyeny. (DNEPROPETROVSK PROVINCE-POLIOWELITIS) OR)MOV, % V. Treatment of fractures of the upper part of the humerus in children* Vest.khir.76 no.8:52-55 5 155 (MLRA 8:11) 1. Iz kliniki detakoy khtrurgit ( S.D.Tarnovskiy) 2-go Moskovskogn maditsinskogo inatituta im. I.Y.Stalina na baze detskoy bollnitsy Im. prof. Filatoya (glav.vrach U.N.Kalugina) Moskva, 120-b, per Obukha, d.6. kv.1). (SHOULD1M, fractures in child. ma W anent) (FRAGMM shouldmr, in child., management) GHMOV, M*V., dotsent; SHAIEVICH, Rare case of diffuse anj;iomatosis of the 1cwor association with congenitp.1 rib dislocation. 110timr-il- 106-107 161, 1. 1z kliniki travmatololii i ortopedli (mv. - pror. 7.A. Chorn!m- ekiy) 11 14ookovukogo goaudarstvannop m(Ahitninskego Instit,it-, lmcri II.I. Pirogova i patolog nnatamichorfl~oro otdoloniye li-"GCrorlO-y klinicheskoy bolinitay ~glavtyy vrach G.F. Pepko), (ANGIORATOSIS) (EXTREMITIES, LOWEPDI3F,!'BPZ) (RIBS-DISLOCATIO14) GROMOV, M.V., doteent Alloplastic reotoration of the ligament apparatus of the hoo joint. Naueh.trudy Chetv.Mosk.gar.klin.bolle no.lt95-104 161, (MIRA 1632) 1. Iz kliniki travmatologii i ortopedii (zav. klinikoy - prof* Chemavskiy, V.A.) 2-go Moskovskogo gosudarstvannogo meditainskogo instituta imeni N.I. Pirogova (dir. - dotaent M.G. Sirotkina). (KNEF,.-SURG]KRY) (LIGAMENTS-SURGICRY) (SURGERY, PIASTIC) 1". V. G"OT-71 N. V.: IfFnclooed fractures ~f the pr( xiri'l portion of the shoulder In children and their treatment." '-econd I' sccw Aute Vedical Inst Umni I. V. Stalin. Yoscow, 1956. (1J---SEltTATICN For the Degree of Candidate in YpdIcal E~cience. So: Knizhnaya 1*,topis', No. 18, 19176 BUBENNIKOV, Alskaandr Vaaillyevloh; GROMOV,,_M.1a..,. prof.p doktor takhn, nauk, otv,, red.j SAGITULLAA, R.I., tekhn. red. (Descriptive geometryl principal methods for projecting geometric forms on a plane] Nachortateltnaia gabastriia; onnoynys metody proektirovaniia goometrichaskikh form na plookonti. Moakvaq Vass. saochnyi politekhn. in-t. Laktsiia no.l. 1959. 46 p. (MIRA 16W (Geometry, Descriptive) B11101111KOV, Alekoandr Vasil 141khail Yakovlovich; IVA1111OV, U.N., red.; OVSYANNIKOVA, Z.G., red.izd-va; MURASHOVA, V.A., tokhn. red. (Problem-9 In deocripti-m gPCZ.1F.-fry,t Sbrimik zadach -,/) na- ofnrtntolowr7 goomot.rll. Monkva. 7y~;'t;stlq mr'k-ln' 1,4t1. N'1:--k 1-! 1 1) '82 1: . f: oth(l o AI t o I lilt -i b ri,~-. vun 1 i c o z Av, t Gliowv. N. ., Out-of-town session. Zdrav. Belor 5 no.2:69 F 159. Zdrav. Belor 5 no.2:69 F 159. (XIA 12:7) (WHITIC RUSE; IA--IMDIG&L KYCOLOGT) GROMOV N D. With Kriv*3r Rog steel smeltore. Metallurg 6 n0-7:37-39 Jl 61. (KIRA 14:6) (Krivoy Rog--Metallurgical plants) GRCI-',UVI Till). Progresaive practices are being shared with all steelmakers. Motalluri; 6 n0-10:37 0 161. (MIRfi 14:9) (Steel-4-letallurgy) S/028,/02/000/010/001/001 D201/D300 AUTHORS: Gronov, Rasatkin, N.M. and Kaplan, A.S. T 17,1Z. : Thertiobimetals 11SR10VIC,tU,: Standartizatsiya, no. 10, 102, 16-21 T'--') U The authors describe the principles underlying the -proposed new rpecification of standards related to bimetallic stripe. The not; standard specification consists of the letters T15 (TD) fol- lowed by a four-cligit number. The first two digits correspond to the magnitude of the specific bending coeffir-icut multiplied by 100.; The third digit shows that the value of the nominal specific Clec- trical resistance of the strip belongs to 'one of the grcupr, of prop-, erties specified in a table of standards. The fourth digit indi-catess that the maxitmm, operating tem&rature belongs to one of the groups of the Game table. In the proposed new standard specification the heading 'Technical requirementn' standardizes thn sensitivity and electrical resistance of the material only. All other physical properties of the bimetal and of itn separate components are indica-1 Card 1/2 Z-tcm.obimetals D2 30#3 tad W nit ajljlelldi~t to 1:110 whiell, row ovol-V ottuidniM type of binietal, acts the limi a of its specific bcndin~ factor.A n U, unc re t i 1/0- " linitivity I'l, 10 l/OC and of the specific resistivity P , olun.=2/m. A method for nensitivity testing is also included. The instrument for determining the specific bendin coefficient has not yet been f IAy developed. Tho ntandard npeciN Al CAtion diactinead here in to repinco the two nxinting standard apeoificationa for bi- metal ntrips roCT 5193-50 (GOST 5193-~O) and GOST 5198-50. There ,are 4 tables mid 4 figures. Card 2/2 IT GROMOV, N.G. DECEASED ig6l/i cig6o See ILC AGRICU&nM/Mushrooms ONOMOV, II Viability and virulence of Treponema pallida nt low temperatwe in it cadaver. Sbor.nAuch.rAb.Bal.nnuch.-ioal.kozhnrven.inRt. 4.&251-253 154 (MIRA 11:7) (THIPONIKA PALLMA) USSR/marmacology and Toxicology. Chemotherapeutic PreparrAions V-7 .,bs Jour : Ref Zhur - Biol., No 15, 19580 No 71276 ,' 4-hor : Prokopchuk A.Ya.,.GrgUgy-N.1-, Raskina R.I. hu ~ Inst : Belorussian Scientific Research Darmatovenereal Institute Title : Experience in the Treatment and Prophylaxis of PyoUcnic Diseases of the Skin vith Triple Dyes and ^.ntibiotics (Synthomycin, Bionucin and Tvrramycin) Orig Pub : Sb. nauchn. rabot. Beloruszk. n.-i. kozhno-vener:~i. in-t. 1957, 5, 116-119 ,'.bstraet !No abstract Card : 1/1 GRDMDV, N.I., kand.ned.nauki WIMLISKIT, R.M., ordinator -I-- - -- Treatiment of sqppurstive skin diseases with otapbylococcas antiphogin. Zdrav.Selor. 3 no.lOt59-60 0 157. (KIRA 13:6) (SFZN--DISUSRS) PEVZNERp Ye.3s; RASKINAp Me; GROMOV, Me - now Our paste for vashing and protecting the hands as a means of preventing dermatitis and suppurative akin dissaaeB among metal workers. Sbor. nauch.rab.Bel.nauch.-isal.kozhno-ven.inst. 6:211-214 159. (MIRA 13M) (HAND--CARE AND HYGIENE) (OINTMENTS) GROMOV ,; PETRUSHA, 1.5., vrach; 50SLAND, R.D., vrach Terrap7cin in the prevention and treataent of suppurative skin diseases. Sbor.nauch.rab.Bel.nauch.-isal.kozhno-ven.inst. 6:276-278 059, (MIRA 13:11) (TERRAMYCIN) (SKIN--DIS W 93) RASKINA, R.I. Control of suppuratiTO skin diseases in the industrial and peat enterprises of the White Russian S.S.R. Sbor.nauch.rab.Bel.nauch.- isal.kozhno-ven.inst. 6:365-367 159. (MIRA 13:11) (WHITE RUSSIA--PKAT INDUSTHT--HYGIENIC ASPECTS) (SKIN--DISEASM) GROMOV, N.I. Two cases of Leiner's arythrodema desquamativum. Sbor.naich.rab. Bel. nauch.-issl.koshno-ven.inst. 6:368-369 159. (KM 13:11) (SKIN--DI3UM) GROMOV _N_.Io Case of trichosporosim nodose, 3borenauchorab.Bel.nauch.-isslokozhno- ven.inst. 6070.371 059o (KIRA 13811) (MIR--DISUM) (MICAL RICOLOGY) G -.Tc " .' C ~ ".,- , I I . Y .Cand. Tech. Sci. Disnertation: ,Rational System of ITeat Supply for Cities." Po,.--r Enrineerinr Inst imen! G. M. Krzhizl~anovildy, Acad Scl VSS-R, 24 Avr 47. 11: 7ec*~-r-.vaya A,-r, 1947 *T!~`Cj USSR/Engineering - Beating Noy 49 Power Supply "Some Results in Moscow District Heating and Power Supply and Tasks for the Immediate Future," N. K. Gromov, Cand Tech Sci, 4 pp 1131ek Stants" No 11 Describes Moscow stations and pipe systems which supply about 550 dwellings, over 100 schools and hospitals, over 300 Institutions, and over 80 in- dustrial enterprises. However, all these repre- sent only about 15% of possible users of district heating, and systes is still being extended. In- cludes two sketches. '-AM,, 156T26 T It I -T, 7, -U -9 W 0 A 2 L A I A.- J-A-- A A ~ X P 2 A .. A I - 0 . 8 . , of A[ A-0 J~, 1.41'M OWtISO I Afto 060*19"fs 0* "1 -- -- - ---- , - , 09 - 00 00 651. CWM THMUL STUr FOR MAN HEATING Gromov M. r M . --21 vol. 20 -27). (Elaktrichoskle Stansil (Pvr ~) ff 6 Aug. 1949 , p , ~1 ~ 00 The author describes a modift closed system using ocal auto- if l ,, adv n mtlo boosters and Indicates aften *gas or reliability and 00 flex! bility. 00 '. 00 of -00 ;00 Is 0 ..Oo Oral tOTINAIL411 CLAI%WKAVION U it AV M3 Is I p IV it 0 66 a is Not 'gists 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0::::::1:OOoOOOq*qO6O oio 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 so 0 000 *fee 0 00 0 0 40 0400~j GROMOV, N.K., inzhener; GZRBXO, A.A., Inzhener. ...... . -, '.. . Twenty-flve years of Soviet central heating systems. Gar.khoz.Xosk. 23 no.11: 11-17 N 149. (KLRL 6:11) (Moscow--Heating from central stations) (Heating from central stations- Moscow) GROMOV, N.K. Basic problems of operating the heat supply system of Koscow. Gor.khoz.Mosk. 25 no.10:6-10 0 151. (XLJU 6:11) 1. Gromov, N.K., glavW inzhener Teplooeti Mosenergo. (Moscow--Heating from central stations) (Heating from central stations-Hosoow) LANIN. I.S.; KHARITON, X.I.; GROKOV. N.K., redaktor. [Control of corrosion In heating networks] Opyt bor'by a korroziel Y teplo- vykh setiakh. Pbd red. N.K.Gromovs. Moskva, Gos.energ.lzd-TO, 1953. 51 P. (MLINA 6:10) (Corrosion and anticorrosives) (Heating frou central stations) GRCI-.-CV. N. 1. LUKYAN07, V. I. FILIPC7, 'X. F. Moscow - Heating from Central Stations Practical systems for district heat supply in Moscow. Gor. khoz. Mosk. no. 1, 1953 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, May -1953. Unclassified. GROMOV, U.K., kandidat takhnichaskikh nauk. ___ __ 1-11 ~_%. __- Banic problems in the dependable operation of city central heating systems. Gor.khoz.Kosk. 28 no.6:21-24 Je 154.(KLRA 7:7) (Moscow--Heating from central stations) (Heating from central stations--Koscow) ii A tq,.;,TA fimo Y ti SOKOLOV,Tefim Takoylevich, professor, reduktor: GRONOV, Nikolay Xonstanticovich; SAYOW)V, Aleksandr Petrovich; PAKSHVXR, V'3-. Faiikavf' --yRojail, A.M., tekhnicheskiy rodaktor. [Operation of heating systems) lkspluntatelia teplovykh setel. Pod red. 1. Ia. Sokolova. Moskva, Goo.energ.isd-vo, 1955. 352 p. (Heating) (MLRA 9:1) AID P - 2907 Subject USSR/Electricity Card 1/2 Pub. 26 - 4/32 Author Gromov, N. K., Kand. Tech. Sci. Imm O;Z Title e7i e problems In automation of district heating systems Periodical : Elek.sts, 7, 14-18, JI 1955 Abstract : The author reports on the conditions #I and operation of district heating networks and on chaotic" hot water distribution. The article deals with different types of automatic inlet regulators used for heating hot water and ventilation systems. Their diagrams are given. The article further reports on experiments made by the District Heating Network of the Noscow Power System and the Engineering and Construction Institute Im. Kuybyshev. The All-Union Technical Institute Im. Dzerzhinskly was put In charge of working out new methods for the Installation of automatic regulators. Five diagrams, Elek.sta-, 7, 14-18, Jl 1955 Card 2/2 Pub. 26 - 4/32 Institution : None Submitted : No date AID P - 2907 GRONCY, N*K.,__knnd*tekhn.nauk; SOKOWY, Te.TA., doktor tekhn.nAuk. I- A~ ~~WAWM , District heating In the U.S.S.R. on the anniversnry of the October Revolution. Xlek.sta. 28 no.11:71-74 N 157. (MIRA lo:ll) (Heating from centrnl stations) SEIZOV, F.Y., kand.tekhn.nauk; IONOVALOVA, A.P., inzh.; XCUMOVICH, Tu.V., inzh.1 YELISEYEVA, A.S., takhnik; POLYAKOV, V.Y., tekhaik; GROMOV, N.K.. kand.tekhn.nauk. reteenzent-, VOLIFKOVICH, X.Te.. retsenzent; CHABROY, I.M.0 rod. (Regulation of the dally allowance of heat sup ly to apartment houses and public buildings; scientific report5 Reshloy outochno- go regulirovaniia otpusks, tepl& shilym i obahchestyannym zdanilam; nauchnoe soobahchenie. Pushkin, Akad.kommun.khoz.1m.K.D.Famfilora, 1959. 73 P. (KIRA 13:5) (Heating from central stations) 3/21 AUTHOR: G1,o1L1.(),;,, TITLE Cost Ynd Time of Heating stoimosti i (USSR) ABSTRACT: One if 1,1.;o wa-lr~ xlty, Jr, many ...ases,, district ji9at-,ing -rc-t the fi.el economy is that the, hezu.- c,jtPti+.: cA ti~.e- ~; nit f,~.Ily used because of C,f !-~e-ktiag systems. :-.un 7 -~-, fc: C ruir,2.C L a, o (J. piirriuilarly because C--f -IA-1v C- Ns 'it is important that t L,~- a L J , r -7 ;- 0 L systaias should be q-, TB-W~.rk and. other L !7 1. k c n, z; idS At -. r.,j pre -ent time there i E a - .-e Y-; hr~av-,v d(4i,-Fr1q for ~,teai pip-,-ng and great economy evf--~,,~tive way of 0 C -, f'C j;'L Yk lh,~- -,Jv-,11 thickness. I Ll ar-4 sc,!t-Rwhat limited by Ca -rd 1 /,4- re s' t: f i3L.9 ~,~ii'tu c 1- ,Une of the Measures to P?JI~ He~Lting Systems Y e val 1 t L I tc be kept up is protective I J-I~ c, "tting down C ~,,.U I e 1 1. cti-q-~ paint have wrapp6l with paper to in transport. to t'U6-is ax-, Lin such short i1q,ply ~141J i7: may be sId.c.)a as asbestos T rA I it~irthe first results Pr.-Ml! sing. cf heat insulation lie o4 construction of r,-w heat insulating ..d 4otably, --ellular mat, C 1-i 1,kavA zafLarj'..a-',-- --tiould be it Is (,onsidered .L-~ion on the Card -i,.s -'f E1.00-1000 mm diameter -1/9r- Measures to Reduce the Ccs-~ and ConstruQk-ir-n 'ZIMe of Heating Systems even where fuel is expqnsive 'this question should be specially considered in each particular case. Sometimes, in order to avoid waste .. heating lines have been laid that were not big enough to provide adequately for future development and parallel lines have then had to be laid at mij--h greater overall cost. This kind of trouble is best overcome by avoi ding Eelectivity in the provision of heat supply and by pr.-orlding heat supplies simultaneously on a fully develrped scale for each particular district. [n order to ensure economy at oonL,.,aers^ installations they m-,ist te prcl-rided witf, appropriate instruments and automatic cQnt.rol equipme-ni: but unfortunately the output of automati-, control equipment is q~Ate inadequate. Various other types of equipw)r~t tha-. are also in short supply are mentioned. Special efforts should be made to ratic-aalise and mechanise the constru-.-lion of heat supply Card 5/4 lines. primarily by tte use :,f faz-1cry produced components. 1~10!4701 6- 5- 9- -4-3/21 Measures to Reduc~ the Ccs6t, an-i Consttrur-tloa of Heating Systems T-.5 avcvl d:Lspu~-t)a geaeral st;andards oftould be developed fc-r arid cf heating systems. ASSOCIATION: Caiyd 4/4. 14(G) 1- "-5-2/27 IiM702: Gromov ;n,~J:.ncor TITLE: The Tecmic-al of Therm:~f~_c.,ItiDn of 11.1oscow (Tck_b.nic)-,ofAciyc PERIODICAL: n i the ABSTIIICT: Titio, i,:; an cf n Eocr,or; Cicr7riafica-u.-Ii.on ~yst,~j-~j Such matter.s as the:riial f.-7-.~-tipmtnt of - ower nlants, 1:.,ater -in.'- Stoam nc-t-k-.-ork..3. thermal , "Iecluii-al' cq-, ipment reGimes of water nezv. rorkn, C I A., of net,:,,orks inJI, therral 7oi.r,to, or,~an-.-~ation of service, and a I'mu on -,-hat should b o d o n e 1 nJ c r L; o r t- s: - z 1 t s f r c m tM- -1,11i.,; put of heat doliLver-,ul i-ii 117~," 'L-,,) !:1,z? 11 i,,-)n "1:41C.1,al". thermo- ficah.irin !!az; rredac.~!-I tlfle by .LCe 'Cjdj of -a--JT7 r-.jrjr'I 10,000. Sir - .1.1 . -1T-2.5 mid Card 1/4 AP-25 tu-_*0ine3 "21100P, ku, 20 alt:a, 400)1") vere The Teclu-Iical '-f iy a cd turbin-af; Ou o r ( 1 1, , - ~'i I ,A J., pri---if-lal L c -ator h~-atcro liavv --apactit, --f 2hc , 0, U- tG 1-0 Jj P vIII i'C h ra s un C-1 i 7.11 rll~ i--- f0d lm'der ~--ll atL-,. C,-,ei t~.-n T-IlLs jur,-AaF, of !---i are ful I y au tnm --i i dr-c-r .-cu, 'ion. tie, tbj~,~ 'V-~:) l.'ut-..,orks -J* --oia-i-2c-ted. Thr.- f.laxi'llu-1 vael-iul-% (,.f ,lot incr~,,ajod to 7, lal. 4:5,-j C C tO `2,'TO. p p I.fard 2/4 r -1,n ,X -1/nj 2--:17)-15-2/27 The Technical Foundations of Thermofication of LklocovI. of two-pipe type. The VTI and plant "I'rasnFj Stroitel"I have developed a new typc of tvin-pipe line, consistinZ of t,,,,,o asI*1estr_,s--Gc-ent pipes put upon each other, with a mincral waddiyi,~ in betveen. Thoy tested well in ai-j ffrounds. Tne Mospo&..emstroy successfully uses tile Prefabricatod blocks contain- ing an asbestos-cement and --teel piper, with a min- eral waddin- in bct~,.,een. The autsmatic rela5, reSu- lator develope(I by the O."IG,-_"73 ',-,ave found' vlid,~ apil-Lication on t'.I.e mains. The I:oskovskiy energeticheskiy institut (L'occo,.-i In.~~tltute of Energetics) has developed a device called "Dis- petchorokiy raport" (Dispatcher's Rcrjort), uhich, usin- only telephone wire:-,, co-Lil;anicatues 6 parancters of ste,-u-I fron an,,, Ioin'u o" stean network. This device i_- un~lez-6olzi,- i-iodification aimod ull- enablizi,'- it Lo 50 -_cntrII. points at ono Card 3/4 mal rtct-vork i',..: s-,.,bdivIf1Lcd into -- 11,~tricts, - , - I- -.-- ~A;.,, -~ 27 The Tecimical 71-,umdatiom; Of of -_.;,~d b~T '.I,c. - -1 -- . 11 4 J, " . - of tlio Tepl~-,--ek . TIL,oro urr) " t a ~, 1. -, - . ward 4/4 GROMOV, N.K. Productinn tanks of the seven-year plan for the dovelopmont of district heating myntens in Moscow, Gar.khozoMonk. 13 no.21111,-18 Y '59- (MIRA 12:3) 1. Glavnyy inzh. Upraylenipt toploseti 'Monenargo.". (Moscow--Heating from central stations) GPvOMOVI N.K. Prevention of corrosion in a heat aupplying network. Energetik 9 no.8:3,4 Ag 161. (MIRA .14:8) (Heating from central stations) (Pipelines-Corrosion) ~.GROMOV, N.K.., red.; DUKHOV14AYA, S.M., red.; ITIDM, L.M., takhn. red. (Single-pipe systems of heat distribution networks] Odnotrub.Tjo vistorrW toplovykh setol; sbornik Btatei. Xoskv,4, Gosenoreoizdat, 1962. 207 p. (MIA 15: 5) Oleating from centrol stations) MITTELIMAN, L.M., kand.tekhn.nauk; GROMOV, N.K., inzh. Concerning S.E.Shiteman's article "Methodology for accounting for and standardizatlon of technical and economic indices of thermal electric power plants." Elek. eta. 33 no.M39-91 Ag '62. (MIRA 1518) (Electric power plants-Standards) (Shitsman, S.E.) GROMOVO N, K# Concerning the rinsing-out of the thermal netvorks. Ener etik 10 no.8:32 Ag 162. (MIRA 15:101 (Zlectric power plants) (',ROMC)V. N.K., -nzil. Development of he~it:ng --. Ko3c--.. - - 4,- 11 no.11;7-12 N 161. . 1. Teplosett Moskovakogo rayonncor) ijpravlrntyi~ (-r. r - 't - I ' - h. ~ .q k r, p -,) I khozyaystva. VUKALOVICII, M.F.; GRCI,.'OV, N.K.; DIERITSKIY, N.J.; KARTOSIVIN, Y.D.; NOMITA, A.B.: LEOIIOVA, A.Ya.; 'I RGYAISYI',, Ye.A.; MANUYLOV, P.N.; SRUKER, S.111.0 red. [Heat engineer's handbook] Spravochnaia kni-.hka teplo- teklinika. lzd.2., perer. I dop. Moskva, Energiia, 1964. 287 p. (IMIKA 171:12) AKSENOV, Vikhail Alek.-eyevich. Prinlral uchastlyc kand. tokhn. nauk; SINEL I'll IKOVA, L.N., red. [IleatIng networks; sources ,md consumers of themal energy. Installation, maintenance, and repair of networks] Teplovye seti; Astocliniki I Follreb-iteli tepla. Ustrolstvo, obsluzhiva- ii-le i :-e~%ont -,eteL. I-lo-Okvti, Energiia, 1965. 351 P (MRA 18:0) MU ITSEY, B.G.; GROMOT, N.V., kandidat ekonomicheskikh nauk, retsenzent; MORIN, L.JL~7_G_zVi'n_e;,' retaenzent: ZIEMMALID, A.T., kandidat ekonomicheakikh nauk, redaktor; HATYSTEVA, Te.N., tekhnicheakly redaktor. [Planning in a foremants section] Opyt planirovanila na uchastke mastera. Moskva, Goo. nauchno-tekhn. izd-vo mashinostrolt. lit-ry, 1954. 81 p. WIRA e:1) (Machinery industry--Accounting) STARCHENED. D.I., kandidut t ekb niche skikh nauk; GROHDV. N.P.. redaktor; 14II01AYLI)VA, V.V.. tokhnicheakly reduktor , I [Co-,tprehnnaive groove designing of shaped profiles] lbizvernutala kalibrovka fasonnykh profilet. Moskva, Gos.nuxxchnn-tekhnAzd-vo lit-ry po chernni I tevetnot metallurgii, 1952. 247 p.0ILRA 8:10) (Rnlling mills) GR-OHOV-. H.P., kandidat takhnichookikh nauk, nauchnyy redaktor; NIPOKHTA- SHCHIT, N.V., redaktor; PITIROVA, N.S., takhnicheekly redaktor [Press workIng of metals; collection of articles] Obrabotka metalloy davlanism; abornik statel. Moskva, Goo. nauchno-tekhn. Izd-vo lit- ry po chernot i taystnot astallurgii. N0-3- 1954. 267 p. (M= 7:10) (Rolling (Metalwork)) TARNOYSIXT. I.Ta., doktor tekhoicheskikh nauk. professor; ORONOT, N.P., redaktor; STARODUBTSIVA. S.N., r*daktort ATTOPOVICH-.-W.*r.-,-r&Ift- cheskty redaktor (Deformation during the plastic molding of metal; forging and rolling] Pormotsmenente pri. plaettcheskol obrabotke notallovi kovka i prokatka. Kooky&, Gog. nauchno-takhn. Isd-vo lit-ry po chernot I tov*tnot astallurgii. 1954. 534 p. NLRA 7:9) (Deformations (Mechanics)) (Forging) (Rolling (Metalwork)) PUUKHIX, Petr Ivanovich; GROMOV, N,P,., rodaktor; GOLYATXIIA. A.G., r , takhatchenkly redaktor. redaktor; TARAS010, f. (Rolling and shaping of 1-bome] Prokatka I kalibrovka dvu- tawrovykh balek. Moskva, Goo.nauchno-tokhn. isd-vo lit-ry pe chernol I tovetnot metallurgit, 1956.175 P., 137 diagrms. (Girder@) (Rolling (Ketalwork)) (NLRA 9:5) GROKOVO T.P., kandidat tekhnicheakikh nauk, redaktor; VALOV, N.A., redaktor, XWOMICH, M.K., tokhnicheekly redaktor. [Press working of metals; a collection of articles] Obrabotka metallov davlentem; sbornik statel. Nookya, Goo. nnuchno-tekhn. izd-ro lit-ry po chernot i tevetnot metallurgii. No.4. 1956. 239 p. (KLRA 9:4) (Rolling (Metalwork)) ORMOT NoP. kw2d. tsihn. rALuk; GOLOYANWO, S,A., kand. takhn. nauk; TKIN, N.N., Ingh. %w theraostatto biustals. ftet. slaktropron. 27 no-8:-32-33 Ag 056 (KLRA NO) 1. Institut protalsionnykh splayov Tftntrallnogo nauchno-loolodavatell- skego lnmtttuta ebernoy wtallur il. Mormstati (Notall) 7- Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1957, Nr 111, p ~14 (USSR) AUTHORS: Gromov, N. P., ll'ichev, A. I., Kasatkin, N 11A. TITLE: Manufacture of Alloys With a Rectangular Hysteresis Loop (Proizvodstvo splavov s pryamougol'noy petley gisterezisa) PERIODICAL: Sb. tr. Tsentr. n.-i. in-t chernoy metallurgii, 1956, Nr 15, pp 259-273 ABSTRACT: Research on alloys was conducted in three areas: a) creation of a texture in Fe-Ni alloys, b) utilization of the texture of certain alloys by means of thermomagnetic treatment, C) utili- zation of the increase in residual inductance of some alloys with a reduction in the thickness of the strip to 5P/ -Basic techno- lohical operations and peculiarities are given tor the production of strips composed of three alloys: 65 NP, 45 NKP, and 34NKMP. Magnetic properties of strips of various thickness, prepared from these alloys, are also shown. 1:1. N. Card 1/1 1. Alloys-Development 2. Alloys-Applications 3. Alloys- Manufacture GROMOV, N.P., kand. tokhn. nnukp naucyrriy red.; MAN, N.A., red. -.-1 -1 .- izd-va; ISL13,"f IYEVA, P.G., bekhn. red. [Rol-ling practice and pipe manufacturelProkatnoo i trubnoe vro- izvodstvo; abornik statei. Moskvaj Metallurgizdat, 195C. ^,V4 p. (M4 15-9) (Ro3aing (Metalwork)) (Pipe mills) KGROLKY, Andray Andrayevich, kand.tekhn.nauk, dots.; KUZIMIN. A.D., Icaad. takhn.neuk, rateenzent; DVIlffANINOV, S.A., inzh., reteenzent; GROMOVO JI.P,. kand,takhn.nank, red.; OSIPOVA. L.A., red.izd-va; &tKid, V.D., (Rolling mills; construction and design] Proketnye stany; konstrak- totia i ranchete Moskva, Go@. nouchn.-takhn.izd-vo mashinostrolt. lit-ry, 1958. 450 P. (HINA 11:4) ORolling mills) AUTHORS: Borodkina, M.M., and 'Gromov, il.P. 30V/126-6-5-9/43 TITIE: Study of the Texture of a 50%6 Fe-501;0' Ni Alloy in the Form of Strip of Various Thickne8~ie3 (Izu~heniye tekstury splava 50516 Fe-509/6 Ni v vide lenty razlichnoy tolshchiny) PERIODICAL: Fizika Metallov i Metallovedeniya, lc;58, Vol ED, Nr 5, pp 819 -- 824 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The deformation and recrystallisation textures of strip of various thicknesses of the alloy 50INP (Permalloy) was studied by the pole ficpire method. Strip of thickness 0.05, 0.02, 0.01 and 0.001; mr, was obt-ained by hot relling without intezmediate airieal-JnL, Two series of X-raY 0 photographs, in which the wa!; turned through 10 between each exposure, vie.--E. ~3ed '~c construct pole fi~~,,.--res taken at a vertical arid ~,a'L pos-ition tr-1 the ro-I directioz. The text-urek;raphls -.;erv by a Laue-type camera in a Mo-irradiation. Fa-- the study of the texture of different layers, the strip spe-cimen was electrolytically polished. The most pronounc~d_orientations were f-)unct ~ Tj - 5'9:~ j to be (110) Cli2] (112) _ 11 and (236) 1-33 - Cardl/3 On annealing a strip of 0.05 mm thickness, a distinct 3011/126-6-5-9/43 Study of the Texture of a 50% Fe-50io' fli Alloy in the Form of Strip of Various Thicknesses cubic recrystallisation texture, (001) [10~j, forms. The difference in deformation texture beLween strip of 0.005 mm and 0.05 mm thickness consists in the orientation (110) being less pronounced and the number of dis- orientaTePcr~stals being greater in the thinner strip (see Figure 1). A decrease in strip thickness from 0.5 to 0.005 mm leads to gradual disappearance of recrysts.1- lisation texture (see Figure 4). The method of deformation influences the deformation texture and the effect of recrystallisation texture disappearance in a very tlin strip (see Figure 8). The reason for the disappearaice of recrystallisation texture appears to be the part played by the surface layers of a very thin strip, -.1hich aze characte,rised by a weakening in the orientation (110) 1~-v and by an increase in the number of disorien- tated crys allites (see Figure 9). Figures 2 and 3 re-11-- resent pole figures of deformed strip of 0.05 and 0.~X' thickness, respectively, and Figures 5 and 7 pole figures of annealed strip of 0.05 mm and 0.003 mm thickness, Uard2/3 respectively. SOV/126-6-5-9/43 Study of the Texture of a 5051o Fe-50Yo Ni Alloj in the Form of Strip of Various Thicknesses There are 9 figures and 5 referQ;ices, 3 of which are Soviet, 1 German and 1 English. ASSOCIATION: Institut pretsizionriykh splavov T.,3NI1Ch11 (Institute of Precision Alloys of TsNIIChM) SUBMITTED: January 31, 1957 Card 3/3 J-5 ~"., N1 u ~z 0 4 olla] I r 18(0) PHASE I BOOK EXPIDITATION SOV/2316 Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut nauchnory i tekhnicheskoy informataii Metallurgiya SSSR,'1917 - 1957; [t. I II (Metallurgy in the USSR, 1917 - 1957; Vol 2) Moscow, Metallurgizdat, 1959. 813 P. Errata slip inserted- 3,000 copies printed. Ed. (Title page): I. P. Bardin, Academician; Ed. (Inside book): G. V. Popova; Tech. Ed.: P. G. Islentlyeva. PURPOSE: This book is intended for metallurgists. COVERAGE: The articles in this collection present historical data on the achievements of Soviet metallurgy, both ferrous and nonferrous, during the period 1917-1957. Advances in theory and practical appljtcation are thoroughly discussed. Many of the articles describe the present status of individual branches of metallurgy and give an idea of what may be expected in the future. Advances made in other countries are also discussed. The articles are accompanied by a large number of references. For further coverage, see Table of Co~tents. Card 1/4#1 71 Metallurgy in the USSR (cont.) TAKE OF CONTMM: SOV/2316 Tselikov, A. I., Corresponding Member, USSR Academy of Sciences; Ye. S. Rokotyan, Doctor of Technical Sciences; N. P. Gromov, Oandidate of Technical Sciepces. (To NIIDWh and TsMCM) Ar-OM-M-on-W Rolled Stock 3 The authors present a historical review of the production of rolled stock in czarist Russia and the Soviet Union from 1721 to 1957. Developments in rolling technique and in the design of rolling mills for various purposes are discussed. Yermolayev N. F., Engineer; and P. K. Taterin, Can(Udate of Technical Sciences. NoNlIChM) Production of Steel Tubes 38 The article briefly outlines the history of steel-tub* production in the USSR (beginning in 1893) and in other countries. The main methods of manufacturing seamless and welded steel tubular products at various Soviet and non-Soviet plants are described. There is some discussion of equipment. Card 2/115 2- 67768 Y. 1~15_00 /Y-6-//O SOV/126-3-5-21/2'9 AUTHORS: Borodkina. M.M., and Grgmov, Nl,-P-,.,- TITLE: Study of Deformation and Recrystallization Textures of an Iron-Nickel Allo N48% Ni) in Relagon to the Degree of Deformatio in Cold Rolli;iglP PERIODICALs Fizika meta2lov i metallovedeniya, Vol 8, 1959, Nr 5, PP 761-769 (ussH) ABSTRACT: The alloy following 0.55% Mn, result of thickness was made in an induction furnace and had the composition (wt.%)t 47.75% Ni, 0.03% C7 0.22% Sil 0.007% S, remainder iron. As a 6 forging and hot rollIng was obtained. By means cold-rolled annealed isotropic alloy to be investigated were 50 Ii thickness, with a reduction and of 5 Ii thickness, with a reduction and 99 .92%. The in4tial thickness material was between 19 V and a strip of of cold rolling material, strips obtained, of approximately of between of between of the 6 mm (Table 1). materials of various thickness without preferential Card orientation were obtained by cold working with 1/4 reduction not exceeding 60% and subsequent 950 OC. The hot-rolled annealed strip of mm the of the 11 and 99.4%, 73.7 rolled Rolled a annealing at 6 mm thickness 67768 SOV/126-8-5-21/29 Study of Deformation and Recrystallization Textures of an Iron- Nickel Alloy (48% Ni) in Relation to the Degree of Deformation in Cold Rolling was also isotropic. The isotropy of the rolled material was verified by X-ray photographic and ionization methods. Annealing was carried out in a vacuum container (10-4' mm, Hg) at 1100 OC for one hour; cooling was carried out at the rate of 100 OC/hour down to 600 OC; thereafter the container was cooled in air. Measurement of magnetic properties was carried out by a ballistic method. For the study of texture, besides the X-ray photographic method an X-ray ionization method with construction of quantitative pole figures was applied. Recording of intensity during exposure for the construction of entire pole figures was carried out by means of a texture attachment to the apparatus URS-50I (Ref 2). The Intensity for a standard specimen free Card from texture, made from powder of the alloy under 2/4 investigation and having an absorption factor identical with that of the investigated specimen, Pt (P - coefficient of linear absorption, t - thickness of the specimen) was taken as unity. Standard specimens were 4/1 67768 SOV/126-8-5-21/29 Study of Deformation and Recrystallization Textures of an Iron-Nickel Alloy (48% Ni) in Relation to the Degree of Deformation in Cold Rolling also used for determination of corrections associated with drop in intensity with increase In the angle of deflection of the specimen. Figs I and 2 are X-ray patterns of specimens deformed to various degrees of reduction and of the same specimens after annealing at 1100 OC; the thickness of the specimens in Fig 1 is 50 P and that in Fig 21 5 p. Figs 3 and 5 are pole figures of deformed (upper row) and annealed (lower row) strips; the thickness of strip in Fig 3 is 50 p and that in Fig 5 is 5 p. Fig 4 shows orientations of the texture of Fe-48% Ni alloy. The results of measurements of magnetic properties of the annealed specimens of 50 t, thickness were found to be in good agreement with the change in texture (Table 2). The authors arrive at the following conclusionst 1) as the degree of deformation increases a change in the intensity ratio of the Card orientations takes place. 2) after annealing a cubic 3/4 recrystallization texture is observed only when as a result of deformation the texture with the inten 67768 3OV/l"_(-'-8-'q-21/29 Study of Deformation and Recrystallization Textnre of an Iron-Nickel Alloy (1+8% Ni) in Relation to the Degree of Deformation in Cold Rolling components (110) U-12) and (110) D~51 is formed, which corresponds to a deformation of 99 .0%. Farther increase in deformation leads to a weakening of the orientations (110) (1121 and (110) (3151, and after annealing, to a weakening of the cubic recrystallization texture (100) [0011 and a fall in magnetic properties. 3) Not only the texture of the surface layers but also an excessive degree of deformation affects the cabic texture of a strip of 5 )1 thicknes:-:. 4) The nature of the strip texture change of a Fo-11i alloy (48-f' Ni) with increase in degree of deformation appears to indicate that the formation and growth of recrystallization Card nuclei during annealing take3 place in an oTientated 4/4 manner. There are 5 figure.,37 2 tables and 15 references, of h. which 5 are Soviot, 3 Ger-trian, 6 Englloh and 1 Prenc. ASSOCIATIONs TsNIICWI, SUBMITTED: January 10, 1959 ADRIANOTI. V.P.; ANDWICT. T.Y.; ARANUVICH, H.S.; BARSKIY, H.S.; GiWMOY, N.P.; GURPICH,; DyOnIN' S.S.; TERMOLAW, N.Y.; UOLINSKIT, I.S.; KABLUKOYSKIT, A.F.; XAPXLOVICH, A.P.; KASHCHZNKO. D.S.; ILINOTITSKIT, M.D.; KOLOSOV, M.I.; KOROLZV , A.A.: KOCHINST, Te.T.; LESKOV. A.T.; LITSHITS, K.A.; KATYUSHINA, N.Y.; MOROZOT, A.N.; POLUKAROV, D.I.; RAVD1961, P.G.; ROKOTT", U.S.; SKOLTARINKO. D.A.; SOKOLOV. A.N.; USHKIN, I.N.; SHAPIRO. B.S.; XPSHTM, Z.D.; ATTUITSKATA, R.F., red. izd-va; KARAM, A.I., (Brief handbook on metallurgy. 19601 Kratkii spravochnik metallur- ga, 1960. MoBkva, Gos.nauchno-tekhn.izd-vo lit-ry po chernoi i tevetnoi metallurgii. 1960. 369 p. (MIRA 13:7) (Metallurgy) POIMIN, Petr Ivanovich; FXDOSOV, Naum Maksimovioh; XOROLTCV, Audrey Andreyevich; KATvjiYNV, Turly kikboylovich; SKDWOV, V.S., prof., doktor tekhn.nauk, zoteenzent; LAUR, G.K., retsentent; GRWT.- _X.P.-,-dotment, kandtekhn.usuk, red.; GOROBINCHMO, V.M., red. izd-va,~,.AQ3MqWU, L.V., (Rolling uIll practice) Frokatnoe proizvodstyo. Moskva. Gom.- asuchno-tokhn.isd-vo lit-ry po chernoi i tevetnoi wtallurgii, 196o. 966 p. (KIRA 13:10) 1. 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(miRA 16:2) (Rolling (Metalwork)) (Railroads-Raili) 5/776/62/00011025/001/025 AUTHORS: Gromov, N. P., Zusman, Sh. L. Agaronik, V. Ya., Barkaya, D. S. TITLE: On the lengthwise uniformity of the resistance of an extremely wire. SOURCE: Moscow. Teentrallnyy nauchno-issledovatePskiy institut chernoy, metallurgii. Sbornik trudov. no. 25. Moscow, 1962. Pretsizioi~nyye splavy- pp. 104-116. TEXT: This p,-per reports the results of an experiiiiental investigation, per- formed at the TsNIIChM (Central Scientific Research Institute of Ferrous Me&llurgy), intended to develop a methodology and construct equipment for the continuous slinspec- tion of the uniformity of the electrical resistance (ER) of extremely thin wirei in the source of their motion. The problem is of the greatest importance for a variety of calculating and telemechanical devices in which the uniformity of the electrildal re- sistance of potentiometer wire is a decisive element in determing the accuracy of measurements and telemetered information. The equipment newly constructed was used for the determination of the uniformity of the resistance of Ni-Cr wire 20-50 11 in diam. The experimental equipment comprises an idling feed spool and motor- driven take-up spool, between which the wire Is guided by textolite guide rollers while in contact with a pair of spaced-apart contact rollers made of stainless steel Card 1/3 On the lengthwise uniformity of the resistance .... S/776162/000/OZ5/007/025 with a Cr-plated surface. Diarn of the contact rollers is SO mm. that of the guide rollers 20 mm. A braking load is applied to the feed spool. Measurements can be made at contact distances of I rn or 0.5 m. The linear velocity of the wire is Z3- .25 m/min. The resistance measurements were performed by means of a DC bridge of the type MBJV (MVU) 49. a high-speed potentiometer of the type Bnl0Z (BPIOZ), and various auxiliary equipments. The theory of the dependence of the ER of the wire on the mechanical stresses prevailing therein is briefly outlined for given values of the Poleson coefficient and the Young modulus of elasticity. The results of an experimental illustrative test are shown graphically, Illustrating the linear variation of the dependence up to the elastic limit for a 0.04-mm diam Ni-Cr wire. The conditions necessary to avoid any plastic bending stresses that may arise in contact with the guide and contact rollers are specified. Problems arising from the characteristics of the measuring equipment, the contact equipment, and the defor- mations of the wire while passing through the contact equipment, and the verifica- tion of the functioning of the entire equipment are discussed. It is found that the method and the equipment adopted here are suitable for the continuous measurement of the uniformity of the ER of micron wire along its length in the course of its motion. It is established ihat the degree of uniformity of the ER becomes less favorable with decreasing thickness of the wire. It is shown that cold-hardelled wire exhibits a significantly better uniformity of the ER along its length as compa;ed with Card Z/3 On the lengthwise uniformity of the resistance 6/776/62/000/OZS/Oq 0Z5 wire that has been subjected to heat treatment. The so,4rce of the impairmer4 of the uniformity in the latter Is attributed primarily to the queInching of the wire i0be furnace system. It is shown that significant impairments. in the uniformity of the ER of a wire along Its length can be produced by careless unwinding and rewfilding. iIt Card 3/3 GRCHOV, N.P.; WSMANt Sh.l.; AGAROMIK, V.1a.1 BARKAYA, D.S. Uniformity of resistance along the length of extr*mly thin wire Sbor. trud. TSNIICHM no,25tlOA,-116 162. ()URA 15t;) (Electronic apparatus and appliances-Testing) (Electric resistance) GROMOV, N. F.; KASATIKIN, N. M.; KAPLANp A. S. laminated metals. Standartizataiia 26 no.10:16-21 0 162. (MIRA 15:10) (Laminated metals) GROMI(fif N. P,; KALIMPTEV, A. A. Effect of tension on the position of the neutral cross-s ction during rolling. Izv. vys.ucheb,znv.; chern.mot 7. no. 5:81-84 Q 4. (MIRA 17:5) 1. Moskovskiy vacherniy metallurgicheksiy institut.