SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT IORDANSKAYA, N.A.  IORDANSKIY, S. V.
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is a nonS
ale confused antecedent S
noun to which the personal pronoun replacing S
may be
o,
,
2
erroneously referred. The noun S2 may be replaced with a 3rd person.pronoun in the following
cases: 1) If between S, and S2 there do not exist any one of the following relations: a) S,
and S are in the same clause and are syntactically connected, b) Sl is to the left of the first
2
word of the first principal clause which entirely precedes the clause with S2; c) one of the
initial nouns enters into homonymous locution from Nvhio the other noun is excluded. 2) If
either Scr is absent or, given the presence of Scl, between each Scv and S2 there exists at least
one of the relations not permissible for Sl and S,2 (cf. a, b,' c), taking 8 as 81 or, lastly, in
C1
the presence of S., the following relationship exists between Bl, 62 and each "dangerous" Sot!
Sc, and S2 are present in different clauses while Sl and S2 are both in the same clause and are
not separated by Sa. The presented result of the verification of these rules with respect to 400
pairs of Sl and S2 show that the, rules, vhifle not always valid, produce correct results in 89%
of cases. Ways of further refining.the rules are pointed out. 0. Kulagina. (Translation of
abstract]
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E193/El83
AUTHORS: D&rvoyd, T.I., Vigdorovich, V.N., &nd'1ord&n9k&y&,N.A.
TITLE: Purification of thallium by the crystallization nethods.
PERIODICAL: Izvestiy& Akademii n&uk SSSR, Otdeleniye tekhnicheskikh
nauk, Met&llurgiy& i toplivo, 1961, No3, pp. 5562
TEXT: Growing demand for high purity thallium in the
aemiconductor, atomic energy, and optical industries prompted the
present author to undertake & systematic study of refining of this
metal by the zone melting and crystal pulling techniques. The
possibilities of these techniques were first evaluated on the basis
of the analysis of the TIrich ends of the constitution diagrams of
the relevant binary alloy systems. The results of this analysis
re presented in Fig.2. Metals with & relatively high solid
:
olubility in T1 are grouped in the lefthand side of the diagram
showing their position in the periodic table of the elements;
those whose solid solubility in T1 in extremely low are grouped on
the righthand side. Where possible, the distribution coefficients
K were determined from the appropriate constitution diagrams and
these are quoted under the symbol of the given metal; the numbered
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Purification of thallium by the crystallization methods
arrows indicate groups of metals which (1) form with Tl systems of
relatively simple type, (2) are insoluble in liquid Tl, and
(3) are characterized by K > 1. It was inferred from the results
of this analysis that most of the impurities likely to be present
in thallium (with the exception of metals that are close neighbours
of thallium in the periodic table) should be capable of being
removed by the crystallization methods, the object of the
0xperimental work carried out by the present author being to check
this prediction. The experiments were conducted on TI specimens
with known impurity content, some of which had been preliminarily
refined by the alkaline or electrolytic methods. The crystal
pulling experiments were conducted in vacuum (104 mm. Hg); both
the crucible and the crystal were rotated (in opposite directions)
at 25 and 50 revs/min respectively, the rate of crystal pulling
varying between 0.4 and 2 mm/min. The zone refining tests were
carried out in 0free, dry nitrogen on bars 150180 mm long and
weighing 2030 or 150 s. . The width of the molten zone was
approximately 15 mm, the rates of zone traverse employed being
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Purification of thallium by the crystallization methods
05, 1.0 and 2.0 so/min. Electromagnetic stirring was used in some
xperiments and the distribution of impurities in the refined bars
:
as determined after 5, 10 and 20 passes; depending on the type of
impurity, chemicalq spectrographic and radioactive tracer
techniques of analysis were used. ' in the analysis of the results
obtained, the behaviour of Cut Ago Znj Sn, Fo, Nit Mn, S, and Fb
in discussed. Some of th typical results are reproduced
graphically. Thus, in Fi;.4 the Cu concentration (C x 104 wt.%)
in the zone refined bar of TI is plotted against the distance (in
of the bar length, 1) from the starting end. The four curves
relate to bars, examined after 10 (curves I and 3) and 20 (curves 2
and 4) peones and refined at the zone traverse rates of 1.0
(curves 1 and 2) or 0.5 (curves 3 and 4) mo/min, the initial Cu
content being shown by the broken line    . Fig.6 shows the
distribution of sulphur in a bar obtained by the crystal pulling
technique (pulling rate 0.3 mm/min); here, the S concentration
(C x 103 wt.%) in plotted against the distance from the starting
end, measured as the ratio, g, of the weight of the analysed to the
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Purification of th&llium by the crystallization methods
total length of the bar. Curves 1, 2 and 3 relate to bars obtained
after the molten metal had been held at the temperature for 6, 7 
nd 11 hours respectively. Finallyl the effect of electromagnetic
:
tirring is illustrated in Fig.8, showing the distribution of Cu 
in a zonerefined bar. Hera, log C is plotted against the distance
(% 1) from the starting end of the bar, obtained with (curves 1 and
2) or without (curves 3 and 4) the application of stirring, at the
zone traverse rates of 0.5 (curvem 1 and 3) and 1.0 (curves 2 and
4) mm/min. The initial Cu concentration is shown by the broken
line. It was concluded that in many cases the zone refining and/or
crystal pulling experiments yielded results better thanth"o 
predicted from the theoretical considerations. This improvement in
the segregation coefficient was attributed to the effect of
secondary factors. Thus, for instance, the removal of Cd, Hgo' and
S was assisted by volatilization, that of Cu and Sn by oxydati6n.
Iron which is insoluble in TI cannot be separated by the methods
studied, and filtration has to be used in this case. This in quite
an effective method, as has been shown by the results of
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Purification of thallIum by the crystallIzatIon methods
xperiments in which the thallium samples, containing 1.8 x 104
:
nd > 1o3 % Fe, were filtered through porous graphit*t after
whith the Fe concentration was reduced to less than 5 x 3LO5 and
10 %. The concentration of lead in thallium cannot be reduced
by the zone refining techniques, and this metal has to be removed
by other (alkaline, electrolytic) methods. The effectiveness of
zone refining of thallium is greatly increased by the application
of electromagnetic stirring.
A.A. Illinskaya, I.N. Blokh, N.P. Men'shova, V.G. Goryushina,
N.A. Notkina, Ye.Ya. Biryukova, V.A. Nazaranko, B.S. TaivIna,
N.K. Davidovich and L.I. Gostova are mentioned for their
contributions.
There are 8 figures and 13 referencest 10 Soviet and 3 nonSoviet.
The English language references read as followst
Ref.6: K.D. Alexopoulos. Act& crystallogr., 1955, V.8, part 4,
p.235
Ref.8s M. Hansen, LT Anderko. Constitution of binary alloys.
McGrawHill Publishing Company, N.Y.  Toronto  London,1958.
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Purification of thallium by the .... E193/EI83
Ref.9: J.L. Haughton, A. Prince. The constitutional diagrams of
alloys: a bibliography. The Institute of Metals, London,
1956.
ASSOCIATIONs Giredmet/Int tsvetnykh metallov in. Kalinina
(Giradmet/Inatituto of Nonferrous Metals imeni
Kalinin)
SUBMITTEDs October 8, 1960
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,/62/035/010/004/017
3/080
D204/D307
AUTHORS: Vigdorovich, V.N., Darvoyd, T.I., Iordanskaya, N.A.
and I'amayev, YU.C.
T stu4y of the distribution of Ag admixtures in the
crystallization methods of the purification of
thallium,
Zhurnal prikladnoy Ichimil*, v. 35, no. 10, 1962,
21652170
The above subject was investigated in continuation
of earlier worh concerned with the study of phenomena associated
a
L
ith the purification of TI from various metallic admixtures by
crystallization methods, to determine the effectiveness of puririca
tion in relation to. the initial concentration of the impurity and
to the rate of purification, the amounts of ag being varied* between
0.25 and 5 x 106'k. The '21 crystals were extracted from the melt,
containdd in a graphite crucible, under a pr'essuv.,. of 104 mm Hg,
and were 100  200 mm long aud 8  10 mia in diameter. The rates of
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A.study of the distribution ... D204/D307
extraction, f, were mode 0.5, 1.0, and 2.0 up/min, the crucible
being revolved at 25 rpm and the extracting wire at 50 rpm in the
opposite direction. The netallic roos were zone crystallized, un
der O~free, dry "2, ind the distributions of Ag along the rods
were etermincd after 5 passes, chemically (for < 10376 Ag) and by
an isotope method (for >,, 103"4 L.A. Radushkevich and I.V.
Vlasovaya assisted in these determinations. Effective distribution
coef'_P'icients, k, (defined by h = C/Co (I  g)k1, where Co is the
initial. concentration of ~,g and G is that at a distance g from the
point at which crystallization front was started) calculated from
data obtained 1)y these 2 methods, were in fair agreement. The re
sults arc discussed, showing that k decreased with decreasing Co,
and was lower for hiaher values of f. The effect of f on k also
became greater with decreasing Go. In practice, complete purifica
L.ioa of TI from, '9 aduiixtures, by extracting a crystal from the
melt a~d zonepurification, is only effective when C. is low,
10 Ag); the efficiency of the process may be increased by low
erin(. the rate of crystallization, e.g. to 0.5 nun/min. There are
4 figures and I table.
SUBUITTED: k)ril 247 1961 Card 2/2
I .
~,01!!An ~YA
Changes in the extra and intramural nervous system in cardiospasm.
Kazo medc zhur. no* 2g49t51 MrAp 161. (KIRA 14:4)
1. Klinika obahchey khirurgii (zav,  prof. A.A. Polyantsev)
Stalingradokogo meditainskogo instituta, i khirurgicheskoye
otdeleniye oblastnoy bollnitsy (glavnyy vrach  A.I. Gusev).
(CARDIOSPASM) (NERVOUS SYSTEM)
Functional disorder of the vague nerveB in cardiospasm. Yest. kbir,
no.2:2429 162. (MIRA 15:2)
.1. Is klini4 obehcbeykhirmgil (Sav.  prof. A. A. Polyantsev)
valgagradekogo meditsinskago institute I oblaotnoy klinicheskoy
bollnitay. Adres, avtora: Volgograd, Angarskays, ul., oblastnaya
bollnitsa. klinilm ot!xt~ha.khirur&,ii.
(CANDIOSPASM) '(TAGUS NERV&;D'ISn51t
IORDAKSKIY, N.N.
Scm functional characteristicsof a crocodile skull. Nauch.
dokl. vys. shkoly;.biol. nauki no.3t4246 163. (MM 16:9)
1. Rekowndovana kafedroy zoologii pozvonochnykh Moskovskogo
gosudaretvannogo universiteta im. M.V.Lomonosova.
 (Crocodiles) (Skull)
IOPMANLUA, N.N.; SXMRAYAKOV, I.G.
Korp6 g'e"u'asis of a vital form of brushwood exemplified by the
warty spindle tree Nvonymus verrucoss, Soop. Bot.stmr. 39 no.5:
76s773 S0 154. (MM 7:11)
1. Zventgorodakaya biostauteiya Mookovskogo gosudaretvannogo
untv*reitsta.
(Spindle tree)
IORWSK&U, N.N.
,%P
Phroatophytes of the Chernyys Zeall mA some aspects of their
ecology. BIul.XOIP.9td.g*ol.31 no.3:117118 YqJe 136.
(CheraM ZemillBotany) (MM 9.12)
Is
A
IORDLNSXIkU. IT.N
root systems in the Cherny7e Zemli [with..
summary in Inglish]. Biul. MOM Ad. biol. 63 no.1:7987 is7 158.
(KM 110)
(CMMffU MWjVAM, MWWROUND)
USSR/Ilharmeology. Twdcology. Chomtherapeutic Prepaxation3. C
A) Antibiotics
Abs Jour : Ref Zhur  Biol., No 11., 1958, No 52086
Author IQXLa~na~N Y~e.) Matynkina A.A., Khachaturova T.I.
Inst Uzbek Tuberculosis Institute
Title Me Imediate Therapeutic Effect of the Preparotion Larusan
Crig Pub Sb. tr. Uzb. n.'L. tuberk. int, 1957, 3, 7075
'ibstro
ct Larusan (I) was administered to 54 patients (adults) with
various forms of pulmonary tuberculosis (the majority with
fibrocavenious processes) in doses of 0.2 g, 3 tines
daily. It was demonstrated that I lowered toxemia,, and in
many cases led to improvement of the local process. Toxic
sideeffects (giddiness., headaches,, excitement, precordial
pains) were observed in 4 patients treated with 1. As
comparod with phthivazid, I was less effective.  V.I.
Yellnik.
Card
IORDANSKAYA, N.Ye. MATEMIAI.O.A., KHACHATUROVA, T.I.

Immediate therapeutic %ffect from the drug, larusan. Sbor. trud.
Uz. nauch.issl. tub. inst. 3s8286 157. (MM 14:50
(ISONIGOTINIC ACID) (TUBERCULOSIS)
IORDANSKAU, N. Ye.
Immediate results of antibacterial therapy combined with novocaine
block in paImpahr tuberculosis Atients. Sbor. trud. U7. uk=h
i0al. tub idVi 3L105110 1574 (MIP.4 .1.r.: 5)
(TUBFJLCUIMIS) (NOVOCAINE)
XX JORDANSKAYA, N.Yej, Cand Ved Sci  (diss) "Novocain
blockp* in symptomatiO therapy of pulmonary tuberculosis."
Tashkentj 1959, 16 pp (14in of Health UzSSR. Tashkent State Led
Inst) 250 copies (KL, 3359, 121)
 63 
NESMEYANOV` F.
Efft!nt of var.tj,,jF, dose,,j of pyrogena', c5r. thf. fornaTJ cin of a
bra!yi sear. Biul. elsp. biol. I med. 56 no.9;llr,119 S 163.
(MIRA 17:10)
1. Tz InstituLa vysshey riervnoy doyatollnosti. 1 neyrofl;~iologll
AN SSSR. Predstavlena deystvitellnym chlenori SSSR La
bedinskim.
Card 1/1
cine _____FbysTology___.__.
Pub. 336/28
Author : Shatenshteyn, D. I.; Iordanskaya, Ye. N.
Title : Towards the physiology of the motor analysor of man
Periodical : Fiziol. zhur. 41, 3542, JanFeb 1955
Abstract : Investigated the functional state of the central terminal of the
motor analysor in man and the development of states of excita
tion and inhibition in it during work. Ergograms. Nine refer
ences, all USSR (6 since 194o)
Institution Laboratory of Physiology of Labor of the Institute of Hygiene of
Labor and Occupational Diseases of the Academy of Medical Sciences
USSR
Submitted December 24, 1953
IORDINSKAYA, Ye
*WOOSize of a conditioned motor reflex In man as a function oi intensity
of conditioned auditory stimuli Lwith summary in English]. Zhur.
vys.nerw.delat. 8 no.1:2835 JaF '58. (MIRA 11:3)
1. Institut biofiniki AN SSSR, Noakvn.
(RULBI CONDITIOM,
off. of Intensity of sound stimuli on level of motor
reflex (Rus)
BRAZOVSKATAp F.AO; NESMMOVA# T.N.
Sear formation in the central nerms. system under the Annualp a
of pyrogenal. Biul.~ekAp. biol. i mod. 50 no. 11:121123 N 160.
10 Iz fiziologichookoy laboratorii Akademii nauk SSSRp Moskva,
(PBMNS) (SPINAL CORD) (GICA7RICF.S)
NESMEYANOVA, T.N.1 BRAZOVSKAYA, F.A.; IORDANSKAYA Ye N
Came of partial ragenemtion of nerve conductors in sectioned spinal
cord in dogs. Fiziol.zhur. 4,6 no.2;202209 F 160. (KMkl45)
1. From the Physiological Laboratory, U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences,
Mosca.r. I
(NERVOUS SYSTEMDEGENER&TION AND REGENERATION)
BRAZOVSKAYAO F. A.; NESWRIOVAt T. N.; IORDANSKAYA, Ye, N,(Moskva)
Wect of pyrogenal on the formation of the cicatrix after
sectioning of the spinal cord. vop. neirokhirurgii no.3:69
162* (MIRA 15:7)
1. Fiziologicheskaya laboratoriya Akademii nauk SSSR.
(SPINAL CORDZURGERY) (CICATRICES)
(PYROGENAL)
IORDANSKIY,A.., red. toma; AITIOSITCMIKO, L.y takhn. red.
ce 19631 Nauka i cheloveahestvo,
Mloskv:~ "Manie," 1963 122 p;j)
iMIU: 17
IORDMISKIT, A. B.
Radioautographic study of chromosome reproduction in Vicia
faba. Dokl. AN SSSR 158 no.ltl92195 S0 164 (MIRA 17t8)
1. Institut radiatsionnoy i fizikokhWeheskoy blologii AN
SSSR. Predstavleno akademikom A.N& Belozerskim.
ICUANSk 'YP
7 s i.tologgiia
,3 (MIRA J8:8)
It..s ti tuta
ogii, Al"'! Z"Is,~'R~
BWDANOV, Yu.F.; IORDANSKIY,p A.B.; GINDILISp V.M.
Problem of multistrand chromosome model. Genetika no.5:82100
N 165. (MIRA 1991)
1. Institut molakulyarnoy biologii AN SSSR, Moskva. Submitted
August 25, 1965.
IORUNSKIY, A.B.
Autoradiographic analysis of sister interchromatid exchanges
in the third division following exposAre to H3thymidine,
TSitologiia 7 no.5:673675 S0 165. (MIPA 18:12)
1. Laboratoriya obshchey i kosmichaskoy kariologii Instituta.
radiatsionnoy i fizikokhimichaskoy biologii AN SSSR, Moskva.
Submitted March 19, 1965.
IORDANSKIY, A.D., red. vypuska; ATHOSHCHENKO, L., takhn. red.
(Science and mankind] Nauka i chelovechestvo, 1962. Moskva,
Izdvo "Znanle," 1962. 404 p. (MIRA 16:6)
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ple' a compd of the pyrazalone series; blue a deriv,
Of 1,2hydroxynaphthalene carbonic acid contg a
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relationship, between the optical density of the dye'_
stuff and its surface concn in,the photographic
layer was detd,and found to be a linear function.
In order. to det the yield of dyestuff , which was
found to be const throughout the development pro"!
cess, the relationship between the optical density
of the depth of color and the surface concu, of metal,
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photo
in
for calculating the diffetem in qp
si "Of grap
itical"dc
s fierencc between the t%
i
objects (ADAJb), [where ADA115'ts e lc, u densities
M
t
D, And DI). Results are given for the calculation or the quantity ADN1011 for
a number of objects typ"i of a summer landscape in relation to "forest
plantations of dcciduous species in the summer period". It is shown to bc
impossible to distinguish clearly all the objccts inidied in the sunlrnt;r landscape
by photographing them with the aid of any nionoclironiAtic radiation within
the range 400840mfz. It is ihown that one group of oblevi) d)(iws the best
image in relation to the foliage on photog!aphing witii the kid ~ icd radiation,
while the other group requires the aid of infrared radiation. It is shown that,
for separate objects referred to the group in which the be,~t trnagc in relaton
to the foliage appears on photographing, Mill tile aid (11 iritrarcd radiatioU'an
T T7 0 m 1, leads
increase in the wavelcrigth corrcspondin~ to wore than 79 in,
to deterioration in.titcir appearance. 1he principle of spectrozon if photography
and the formulation of its basic requirements are discussed. S.C.G.
Translation of Atithor's Ilbstrart.
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USSR/chemical Tec~ology  Chemical Products and Their 16
Application. Photographic Materials.
Abs Jour : Ref Zhur  Xhimiya, No 1, 1958, 2425
Author : Rozentall, L.V., Iordanskiy, A.N.
Inst 
Title Black Antihalo Counterlayer of Color Motion Picture Films.
Orig Pub Tekhnika kino i televideniya, 1957, No 7, 6372
Abstract Description of the properties of a black antihalo counter
layer consisting of a dispersion of finely dispersed car
bon black having high colloidal stability, in cellulose
acetophthalate. It is reported that deposition of such a
counterlayer on the backing results in a sharp increase
of the resolving power of the film without lowering its
photographic, physical and mechanical characteristics.
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AUTHORs Iordans.~.iy, A.B. SOV 77347/23
TITLEs Spectrozonal Photography (Spektrozonaltnaya fotografiya);
IIoChromatic and Achromatic Density Detail as a Guide to the
Mutual Exposure of Spelctrozonal Images (Khromaticheakaya i akhro
maticheskaya detali potemneniya  mere. vzaimnogo vyyavleniya
spetrozonalfnykh izobrazheniy)
PERIODICALs Zhurnal nauohnoy i prikladnoy fotografii i kinematografii, 19589
vol 39 fir 4. pp 275278 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The author discusses the way a change in the spectral brightness
factors of a pair of objects is reflected in a change in the op
tical density difference of their photographic images for both
achromatic and chromatic film. He proposes the use of chromatic
and achromatic density detail as a gage to the differencein the
twocolor spectral images of the objects and works out a mathema
tical method for calculating the values of the density detail#
making use of the spectral brightness factors of the objects being
photographed for two monochromatic radiations and two spectral
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Spectrozonal Photography; II Chromatic, and Achromatic Density Detail as a Guide
to the Mutual Exposure of Spebtrozonal Images
ASSOCIATIONs Veesoyuzny y nauchnoisaledovatellskiy kinofotoinstitut (All
Union Researob Institute for Photography and Cinematography)
SUBUITTEDt June 14, 1957
1. Photographic filmPerformance 2. Photographic filmProperties
3. MathematicsApplications
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GEICLITSOV, V.S., kand.khim.nauk; BONGARD, S.A., kandkhimnauk;
IORDAUSUr, A.M., kand.takhn.nauk
,
pi. The proof of this assertion is analogous to the
corresponding proof of ordinary gas dynamics. The Hugoniot
function is then given and discussed. dS 2 does not change
its sign along the Hugoniot curve if certain conditions
(which are given by the author) are satisfied. The entropy
S2 and the Hugoniot potential have their maximum in the
same points. There are 3 references, 3 of which are Soviet.
PRESENTED: March 29, 1958, by M. A. Lavrentlyevo Academidan
SUBMITTED: March 27, 1958
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Eli S P H
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Ila au
all *a
f ~v
10 (2)
AUTHOR: SOV12012569161
'TITLE: On the Asymptotic Form of the Axially SymmetricEkpanding Wave
in a Heavy Fluid (Ob asimptotike osesimmetrichno5
raskhodyash.cheysya volny v tyazheloy zhidkosti)
PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR, 1959, Vol 125, Nr.6,
pp 12111214 (U3SR)
ABSTRACTt The present paper deals with the asymptotic form of an
outgoing wave at large distances from the symmetry axis on the
assumption of axial symmetry. The depth of the fluid is
assumed to be finite, and the motion of the fluid as being a
potential motion. For the velocity potential it holds that
a!I + 0, where the zaxis is perpendicular in an upward
az2
direction. The boundary conditions on the bottom, which is
assumed to be plane, is 2A  0 with z .',0. On the free surface
az
the following conditions must be satisfied:
2 + .1 3
+ gt  F(t) (Bernoulliequation) and
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Expanding Wave in a Heavy Fluid
+ 7~ .7y (kinematic condition). Here 7 denotes the
at 02
gradient in the x,yplane. The required equations are
developed by expansion of tf with respect to powersof z..
By using the condition which holds for the bottom,  I
Yo(x' Y, t) _ L 2 1 4,&&y + is
2 0 + 'r4 z 0
obtained by means of the Laplace equation. This representation
for if is correct if the characteristic length L in the
xpyplane is much greater thane , which is assumed in this
case. The author then introduces dimensionless variables and
obtains an approximated equation for q. He then endeavors to
find the waves which satisfy the conditions given here and the
form of which is asymptotically stable at t + oo. On this
occasion, the waves In the channel q j(x, t) are first
investigated. In first approximation ;here exist waves of
arbitrary shape ~j = f(xt). The author then puts f(xt ) +Y21
where q2 is a highorder small quantity. In Y2 a secular term
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Eqwding Wave in a Heavy Fluid
occurs, which increases infinitely with increasing x + t.
Thus, the terms of higher order may, after a sufficiently
long time, completely change the shape of the original
current wave. In conclusion, an asymptotic representation for
the velocity of the fluid in a wave is written down. In a
similar manner it is possible to investigate the asymptotic
form of waves in a fluid of variable depth ifthis depth
varies sufficiently slowly. There are 4 Soviet references.
ASSOCIATIONs. Matematicheskiy institut im. V. A. Steklova Akademii nauk
SSSR.(Mathematics Institute imeni V. A. Steklov of the
Academy of Sciences, USSR)
PRESEINTELj December 31, 1958, by M. A. Lavrentlyev, Academician
SUBMITTEDs December 27, 1958
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AUTHOR: Iordanekiy S.V. SOV/2012737/71
TITLEj A Solution of the Cauchy Problem for the Kinetic Equation of
Electron Plasma
PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR,1959,'Vol 127,Nr 3m 509512 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: According to Landau ZRef 1 7 the kinetic equation for an
electron plasma without collisions (the magnetic field is equal
to zero) can bewritten in the form
~n + v ~n _ e E(x,t) ?n . 0
t x T
x
where E is determined from
00
(2) 4 n(vtx,t)dv  N
x 0
J
here e and m are charge and mass of the electron, N 0 the
density of the positive ions assumed to be constant. For
(1)  (2).the author poses the Cauchy problem
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A Solution of the Cauchy Problem for the Kinetic SOV2012737/71
Equation of Electron Plasma
n(t.0 f(XVv) I lim E = 0
X4 00
where f(x,v)> 0 is a continuous function.
Theorem: The solution of (1)  (2) with these conditions
exists for every continuous f(x,v) which satisfies the con
ditions
10
II f(x,v)dv N0~ dx  0
00
lf(x,v) R(v)j < K(v)kf(x) (0 < 11(v) < K(v))
where 00
N(v)  lim, f(x,v) (NO ~ N (v) d)
X4 � 00 00
'P(x) is bounded and K(v) decreases monotonely with in
creasing Iv I so that
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Equation of Electron Plasma
2 00
v K (v) dv e oo ~ ?(x)dx,\ek?l)y N, n, and V.are also
thickness 6 and an
constant inside. ,h4!'_.ion layers. With' an ion layer o j'
electrode spacing 1, the p~rab;,~m consists in examining the small perturba
tions of the steady solutions oT'*j1),.., pne obtains NN +?Tl VV +VIP
0 .0
1'i'n~!arized, and for the
0T.
n =. n0+n' V=vl,' and yo T' System.
interiw~ of the ion layers one, finds the system
ON
4 jx.(No V 4~ VON) 0,
Of X.
av, 'dV1 OY
(3)
OF + Vol wx M ji
02T1
4weff
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0
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1 Por the" interior 01'.'the p*lasma, an analogous system is obtained in the sa
way. Then.sol.vihg these'linearized systems,it is necessary to account fo
the altered bounda3iy c'onditions
h
V180 JX 14LO CA 140 +_
dX18+0
If
YX &_O dX2 dX dX2.
It is, shorn that'the problem concerning the btability of the steady qolu
tign results in the determinatiori of Oigenvalues X at which solutionsto
the abovementioned linearized systems exist in the form e f(x). These
solutions satisfy the boui3dary conditions
1 41ren*CA 16,0
Ox
(5)
dtA I
Nl =N'l Vj"=V"j ' 1&+0
NO &+01
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+ 4reno(a
(6)
Nr =.Nl V, V, T,
'(saAaMblft ITOTeHuHaA aAexTPOAOB),
and (7)
sAeKTPOAe A).1
N'10= V 10= 0 (siAar.HMA nygor Ha
If the. deuired functions which.,are multiplied by e are indioated by tA
Dame lOtters but without'primes, the following systems of ordinary
differential equations will be obtained for both regions'
WN dv
W #No dx=0,
dv
XV4VOLj~�'PO (8)
dr m dx
div
41teN
dx2
(0 < x < x <
d 5/8 n
Car kj
V
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Then, it'is possible to derive the corresponding relations forthe other
desired quantities, N, V,,and ~j with the aid of which the eigenvalues
are found from the boundary cbndi,tions,for.the present problem. Thi 3 J's
as a rule, a very cumbersome procedure. For N =0 the eigenvalue7s are...,.
given by X='&66/1 (t6): 4iQ is an eigenvalue of infinitely
For N /0 there are two typ s of eigenvalues. The
multiple degeneracy.' e
0
first type corresponds to plasma oscillations, and for N 0. 21, i s
0
given by (16)i The second'type corresponds to internal plasma oscilla
2
tions,and'for N 0' _x tends toward the square of the plasma
0
frequencies. The most "interesting oscillations occur if
W2
(17).
tends to a copsvant valu eif oi 0.. The existence qf plasma boundaries.
does not'alter th principal,results obtained in hydrodynamic approxima. 4%,
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scillati
tion for the ins ,taAlity of .steady states in an unbounded plasma in the
presence of an ele,,tron beam.' The further results obtained here are in
qmalitative agreemint wiih those obtained by Looney et al. A quantitativel
nomparison is,not possible sinoe'the electron density in the biam was
mvqh higher than in the plasma. Yu. L. Klimotovich is thanked for a
'discussion of several interesting problems. There are 3 figuresand
4 references: 2 Sovietbloc and 2 nonSovietbloc.
ASSOCIATION; Matematioheakiy institut im. V. A. Steklova hloskva
'(Institute of Mathematics imeni V. A, Steklov, Moscow)
~.UBIVITTED July 20, 196o
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IORDANSKTY S.V.
Fxcitati n of sometoacoustic waves in'* conductiAg t2uide
Dokl. AN SSSk 246 no.3:557560 S 162. (MM 15:10)
1. Matemat.ichookiy inotitut im. V.A.Steklova AN SSSR. Predstayleno
akademikom L.I.,Sedovya.
(ftnotohydrodynamics)
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AUTHORs lordanskiy S. V.
TITLEs On the resonance excitation of waves in an infinitely conduct
ing liquid
PERIODICALt Zhurnal tekhnicheskoy fizikil v. 3~, ng. It 1963t 105 114
V
T~XTs The characteristic longitudinal waves close to resonance in an in
finitely well conducting liquid are studied in magnetohydrodynamic approxi
mation. This problem is closely analogous to that treated in gas dyT.6i`Lz
ilam it Bed how,. . Ph5rs,.lPiufd% 1, no. 3. 205, 1956). H"H" 'H are the
components of the magnetic,field strength;.v x Vy Vz tKe c9mponAents of the
velocity vector; P the density of the liquid; 'P) *the square of
02 (S p 10 a
the sonic velocity, T40 rillness of the.externa_~ exciting field makes it,
possible tb.write H n H , f  p + p', with IHOI> h CI
0 0 Po etc.
The righthand sides of the magnotohydrodynami6,equatio'ns are considered
after separation of the linear partof the perturbation. The solution of
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the 8eparated'linear equations consistsof slow and a fast acoustic wave.
with velocities
M2 Hosto
0
=k,
Ul'. I [Vol 4 VnPO
'CFO %(190 h / .
(1.3) and n
Alfven wave with velocity u H 5 is
14rcp Each of these three wave
3 ox 0
characterized by arbitrary fundtionsilt , A*, A*3. 'The boundary conditions
1 2
i jLAj=0 (x=o; A'~pA7,=scoswj (X=O),
(X=I, x=0 k
14).qan cause a deviation of
the spectrum from the integral multiple of.any of the fundamental fre
quencies. Close to the resonance the next higher corrections need consi;
deration,. for which JAil>;~ E and IAiI'* IAj I , 4i and A. j being invariants.
The perturbation traverses the distance 21 in the timely, derived by.
dr ' L :L 4.
~g i aL+ * PL uj o aL PL
210 261 a (I to
_4_ 2xr dX.
LIM 2 !7 7.)
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