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*High Mountain Steppes of the Chvqokaya Val3my in the Altay Mountains, Nature, and Populations" Vopromy Geograflis 5th Sywaium,, 1947 IWA.; k; 16062 Of KABO, Rafail Mikhailovich. KABO., Rafail Mikhailovich. Goroda Zapadnoi Sibire; ocherki istoriko-ekonomicheskoi geografii (XVII- pervaia polovine XIX vv.). Moskva, Gosizdat geogr. 11t=ry, 1949. 217 p. Bibliographical footnotes. IJLC: UNCLASS SO: LC, Soviet Geography, Part II, 1951/Unclassified. Z4015 KABO, R. U. Tsolis zadachi i oreanizatsiya lromplosksnoy prJactiki stulentov-geografov. Uchen.zapisld (1.,osl,. Gos. Fel. IN-T Lm. Lonitia), T. LIV, 1949, S. 23-47. SO: Lotopis, No. 32, 1949. ~r iv V=. R*K* Objective relations ausug the development of the national sconoxy, the distributioa of Industry, and the process of district formation. (Isv.Tsee. geog. o"a 88 no.lt65-73 'Ja-F 156) (WAA 9:6) (Rammia-2conomic policy) (Industries, Location of) -Y,ABC,-' 'T. R. - "K probleme etnogeneza aborigenov Avstralii." reue~ -ubmitted for 7th Intl Cong, Anthropological & Ethnological Sciences., bk-sco,,-- 3-10 Aug 64. ;:g4 mv- , R m KAB0jp V.R. Baining, the primiti-e land cultivators in Oceania; an ethnographic study. Strany i nvr.~ost. no-3:42-68 164. (MIRA 17:13) 0 -A Working out the "Directions for introducing standardBu at enterprises, Szabvany koal 13 no.1:14-15 Ja 161. RX, ~i- ~11 -1 -1-- - Zme KABOKIN, A.N.; UUKANOVq A.A. Calculation and forecast of fraeturJng in rocks. Izv. AN Kazakh. SSR. Ser. geol. 21 no.2t68-77 Mr-Ap'64. (MMA 17:5) 1. TSentrallno-KazaMetanv%aye geologicheakaye upravleniye, gorod Karaganda. P, KABOKIN, A.N. Classification of 1he rocke of- the,roof of cow4arcial coal seams in the Karaganda Basin from- -ther'-point of -vtvv,bf idning geology. Vest. AN Kazakh, SSR 21 nos5t35-42 Vq 165. (MIRA 180) Mv. KABDCID~I, A. Export and production of rolling stock in Hungrary. p.9. HUNGLRIMI HEAVY INDUSTRIES. Budapest. No. 19, Spring 1956. SOURCE: East European Accessions Ust (EEAL), Library of Congress Vol..,-; No. 12, December 195.0. L4.BOS Frno Historical tableaux; exhibition from the history of Hungarian labor movement. Munka 12 no.1:20-21 Ja 162. 1. "Magyar Szakazervezati Szemle" szorkeaztoje. UBCS.. Erne, Soviet ocholMe are studying the history of the Hungarian people. Minks 9 no.2:18 P 109. - 1. Smakeservesetek Orecagon Tames& ounkatareae KABOS., Famo "Beginnings of trade-unionism in Hungary" by Tibor Erenyi. Reviewed by Erno Kabos. Munk& 3.2 no.3-lt20-21 N 162. 1. "MaMr Szakezerveseti Szonle" szerkesztoje. OBOLIVIKOVA, e.A.; DAVYDOVA, L.P.; K&3U,%1111~j L. Li.~; I.Ye.; 'YANOTOVSKIY, M. TS.; SAMOMAIM, G.I. Synthetic studies ok polyene compounds. Part 23tSynthe-is of 4-methyl-41-nonene-I.-ol-8-one dii - -~penoid keto alcohol according to the Wittig reaction. Zhur. ob.. khim. 34 no.120975-3979 D 164 (MIU, 1811) 1. Tqesoyuznyy nauebno-iasledovatellskiy vitaminnyy Institut. KOTLYAROVA, M.V.; K~~SHI11-9 Ye.S.; PERSILSKATA* X.G. 011,'from azalea flowen, Trudy VNIISNDY no.4:175-177 '58. (MIRk 12:5) (Issenees and essential oils) (Azalea) KaBOSHIN, SIFOVAI V.P., kam'.1thim.nmek- Probl-m- o-f the ratainive of odor. ~Lasl.-zhlr.zror. 25 no. 5:3~3? 159. (HIRA VI:7) 1. Vsesoyiizny.,r nauehno-Iselsdovatellskly institut sinteticheakiv. i maturalinfth dushistykin voshobeetv. (Nrfumes) KABOSHINA, U.S.; LIVSHITS, A.G.; OSIPOVA, V.P.; IVANOV, P.V.; K.I. Some now synthetio'odorous substances. Trudy VNIISHDV no.6t85-90 163. (MIRA 17-4) K&BOSKIN., A. In Fergana. Pozh.delo 7 no.6:26 Je 161. (MM 14:6) 1, Inspektor Otdela pozharupy ckhrany,, g. Pergan, (Fire prevention-Study and teaching) M XABOSKIN, A. Young firemen from Yergems, Posh-delo 6 no,lOt27 0 160. (MIRA 13:10) 1. Inspektor Otdela poxharnoy okhrany, 7ergaza. (Fergana-Fire extinction) AUTHORSt Kabot, F. F.-I Lyzo, 1. T. SOV/50-58-8-12/18 TITLE: the Working Experience of the Aerological Station Brest (1z opyta raboty aerologicheskoy stantsii Brest) PERIODICALt Meteorologiya i gidrologiya, 1956, Hr 8, PP. 47-48 (USSR) ABSTRACT& Technical instruction was given systematically in the station. With the knowledge of the assistants rose as well the quality of the observations (since 1952 - -excellent"). The altitude of sounding was gradually increased, especially after the intro- duction of wetting the balloon cover with mineral oil. This altitude was 16 400m in 1955, and 21 800 m in 1956 (second half). The conservation method and preparation of the balloon covers for the flight is described. The measuring devices are con- trolled and rechecked before being used. I. S. Pilipovich work- ed out special tables which save multiplications. In connection with sounding the temperature course, above all in the level 500 mb is watched carefully in order to eliminate wrong ob- servations. In cases of doubt a second sound is launched im- mediately. During the reception of the signals and their treat- ment the radiosondist and his assistant relieve each other by Card 1/2 turns in order to prevent faults. The detected faults are ana- 0 SOV/50-58-8-12/16 On the Working Experience of the Aerological Station Brest lyzed and who caused them will be informed. The assistants of the station constructed several buildings without building ex- perts. kn underground cable was led from the city supply system in order to eliminate disturbances. The telephone lines are as well underground. A barochamber BK-1 was mounted in an especial- ly practical way which guarantees greatest simplicity and con- venience in the work. The device UMR-56 is used for the pre- paration of the radiosondes. It is a combination of an ultra- high-frequency receiver which makes possible a tuning of the ingots M to a desired frequency and at the same time the qualitative control of the signals. In the case of a breakdown of the electric city supply system the station has its own power plant at its disposal. It is put into operation during the observations. Beside the instruction in the otation several assistants take part in the corresponding courses. Card 2/2 Construction of a coushcd in Zahnasovice useillIed frmi rjre.L'nrricat.'---d Pluients. po 284 POZE-, -f NTI STAIMY. ('Unisterstvo stavebnietvi) Praha Czeekoslovakin Vol-7, no. 1, Jan. 191~O .1 11 Morthl-y TA St of 'Fast Europenn accession, (MUI), !"', Vol. f,, 11,1o. 12, Dec. 19'-'~, Uncl. XMUMM, Tan (Kabourek, J.] I Struggle for the reduction in hours of vork and the International Iabor Office. V98m. Prof. dvizh. no*8/9:44-48 Ag-S 160. (MIRA 1319) (International Labor Office) DMURKK~.JwLZxbourek, Jarj For prevention of Industrial accidents and diseases in mining. no.2:41-45 IF 160. (NBA 13:2) 1. Sots tal I no-okonoutcheekly otdol Tessirnoy faderataii truds., (Coal nine@ and u1niqC-41afety measure@) (Trade unions) (Coal ninon and nining-41ygionic aspects) KABOUREKO Mm Wil-1 the Internationa2 labor Orgmization find a way out of its contradicticoo. Veeme prof, drish, no,8/906-38 4541 Ig-S 962s :L5-*.:Lo) I* Sotsiallno-ekonomiohaskiy otdel Yeemirnoy federataii profsoyusav, (International labor Organization) ..7L 3-2591-66 _W(m),tw(tj/sTr jjp(c) jD AR5023720 SOURCE CODE: UR/008l/65/0OC)/0l3/L039i1O39 /0 AUWHOR;, Pasakh, Ye., v,; Yegorov,,:Vo I#;. Kabovall TsA 0, TITLE: IntenBitication-of a zinc electroplating process by means of ultrasonic oscillations SOURCE: Ref, zh. Khimiyaj Abe# 13L276 REF SOURCE: Sb. Primeneniye ul1trazvuka v mashinostr. Minsk, Nauka i tekhnika, 1964, 118-122 TOPIC; TAGS: 'kiv%c T\aN'%v%j e%ect 0 V_T;%~rrev~A e_%e_cNmk%jke_ zinc plating., ABSTRACT: A study was made of the intensification of a zinc-plating process by ineans of ultrasonic oscillations in an 800 X plating tank. A diagram is given of the distribution on its bottom of submerged magnetostriction transformers and of the values of sonic pressure on the liquid along the entire tairror of the tank. The irregularities of the plating and the given irregularities of sonic pressure did not exceed 15%. The zinc;plating was done us:uo. an electrolyte of the following composition (in h/1) ZnO 10-14; N114 C1 240-2 0; joiners' 1/2' ^%.%. -I'min 4 %_jV r..) I r_V 0 1 glue 1-2; pH 6.2-6.8, temperature 18-240, No satisfactory visible results were obtained in Zn deposits In the 800,qtank unj!r the con- dition developed for zinc-plating in tanks of 20 and 80 capacit An increased electrolyte concentration and a change of pH to 7.2-9-05, allowed increasing Dk to 5 a/dm~~. Under these conditions good-qiiality deposits were obtainiid, but the anodes were pasaivated. In order to minimize the passivation,, the anode surface was enlarged, It was noted that in plating metals using ultrasound, the mounting of parts and their orientation in relation to the radiating surface of transformer and anodes are of great Importance. Tests under Industrial conditions, of this electrolyte with applied ultrasound showed that the work of IV-his electrolyte was stea0y and that the productivity increased by 5 times. N. Balashava SUB CODE: %3.pS./ suBm DATEt,. 10ju165 Card L'>LL> -~ - ---- - -- - -- -- Feeding and Feeding Stuffs Protoo-vit=in pa3te as 3ubstituto for aniinal derivAtive feed in the ration of growing pigs and calves. S. M. Kabozov., Kom. baza, 2, no. 12, 1951. Month- List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, ;q)ril 1952. 1. PPAIMIN, M.YE, KABOZOV, SM. ZHURAVEIj A.A., (Prof.) 2. USSR (600) 4. Feeding and Feeding Stuffs 7. Oil cake and coarse meal of the castor plant rendered harmless by factory treatment as a new protein food for domestic animals. Sov.sootekh.9 7, No. 6, 1952. Yandidat Sel'skokhozyaystvennykh Nauk VaeBoyu2nyy 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, August, 1952, MCLASSIFIED. Nauchno-Issladovateltakiy Institut Kormleniya 1. KABOZOV.. S. 2. USSR (600) 4- Mmilage 7. Ensilage of potatoes for fodder. KoIA. proisy. 12 No. 10, 19j2 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions. Library of Congress, January 19S3. Unclassified. TOM, M.F., SIMON, E.I., KONDYREV,V., KABOZOV.S. BEREZOVSKIY, A. Feeding and Feeding Stuffs Feeding chaff to horses. (Preparation of feed stuffs for feeding." Prof. M.F a Tomme, E.I, Simon: "Organize the preparation of feed stuffs on every farm." V. Kondyrev, S. Kabozov, A. Berezovskiy. Reviewed by N.A. Leyzerson). Konevodstvo 22 no. 8, 1952. -Monthly List of Russian Accessions. Librar~y of Congress November 1952 UNCLASSUM. I U33DZOV. S.M., Im"Aidat eel I skokhosyuystvennykh nauke Potatoes as feeding stuff for cattle* Isuks. i shisn' 22 no,2:2" F 155* (XLRA 8:3) (Cattle-Feeding md feeding stufft) (Potatoes) UBOZOVP kwAidat eel I skokhozya7stvennykh nauk; DUSHHMVA, L. I. Protain-vitanin pasts, an a substitute for foods of animal origin In livestock and poultry rations. Trudy VN11K 3-260-278 156. (Feeding &M feeding stuffs (K[JA 1o:4) -10020T. 3.K., kandidat eel 'skokhozya"tr~nnY*h nauk. Installation for the Preparation of protein-vitamin paste. Trudy VNIII 3:300-303 156. (KM io:4) (Peading and fesdIU stuffs) (Agricultur&I mchinery) V116 swine. ABS. JOUR. IRzhBiol., No. 3x 1959, Ijo.12089 AUTHOR Kabozov) So 1.1 Antonovi Ao Ao T 1111L.~~ N.'utritive Value of ~iloed VIrs. ORIG. PUB. :Vestn. se-kh. nauk-4, 190, No 2v 141-149 ABSTRACT :When at Dubrovitsa (near Mosobw) pig* were fed silage prepared.ftom whole ears, the ou'ver nart andi the core vy-sre not consum-efl. Fr:Ii-n s'!, silarc -in the dmo.zlt of 30 perccnt of the nutritive ration mixed witia other feet',s -aas consturied. well. 7-he digention of tbo vilage's orgrunic matter Ev~.Aounted to 61~ percent, At a moisture n-L 68.5'pareents 1 1% of sila,,e con- tained 202 g of diCeastlve orgsinic inattz~r nnd t r, 0 9 7E.-, pere nt 163 The dry, substsnce con- tain6d 10.)".-ercent of protainp 3-5 porcert Card: /P GERASIROV, Serefin Takovlevich; PtTSFJ, Peodoaiy Avdayevich, kand.sellakho- khoz.nauk; KABOZOT, S.M., Imnd.sellskokhoz.nauk, spetered.; T - - yeawr4m F=SOVAi~'U- - 'NINA, H.S.,; GOLUBKOVA. L.A.p I (Mixed foods] Kombintrovannye kormae Spetered. S.K.Kabozov. Moskva, Izd-vo tekhn.1 skon.lit-ry po voprosam mukomollno- krupianoi. kombikormovol promyshl. i elevatorno-skladakogo khoz. Pt.l. 1959. 140 p. Pt.2. 1959. 93 p. (KIRA 13:1) (Yeeds) 4- W D'YAKOV, Kikhail IudovAch. sk9demik [deceased]; BEURSKIT, N.G., obahchly red,'; DHITROCFEWO. A.P., prof., doktor sellakokhoz. nauk, obshchiy red.;,XCiMMW, V.Te., kand.Ballskokhoz.nauk,j obshchiy red.. V radaktirovanii prinimali uchastiye: GOLU- BMITSOVA, Tu.V., kand.sellskokhoz.nauk, nBuchnyy sotrudnik, red. [deceased]; MYSTUTTKINA. M.V.. kand.sellskokhon.nauk. nauchnyy sotrad- n1k. red.; MWIMOV, P.P., kand.'sellskokhoz.nauk. nauchnyNy sotradnik, red.-, K-410ZME,-Zg...kand.seltakhokhot.nouk, nauchn" sotrudnik, red.; BFMARSKATA, G.A.. red.; BAILOD, A.I., [Selected works in two volumes] Icbrannys sochinentia v dvukh tomakh. Mookva, Gos.izd-vo sellkhox.lit-ry. Vol.l. 1939. 515 p. Vol.2., 1959. 647 p. (MIRA 13:1) 1. Vseaoyuznaya akdemiya sellettokhos.nauk im. V.I.Lenina (for ])Iyakov). 2. Daystvitelinyy chlen Voesoyuznoy akademii sellsko- khozyaystvannykh nouk imeni V.I.Lenina (for Belentkiy). 3. Vse- soyuznyy nauchno-iosladovatellskiy institut kormleniya sellsko- khozyaystvewykh zhivotnykh (for Golubentoevs, Mysyutkina, Tefimov. Kabosev). (Acriculture) KABOZOV S. kand.seltakokhoz.nauk; TARASIIISXIY, G.; YXIMILOY, H. Using synthetic urea and manganese in mixed feeds. Mak.-elev. prom. 25 no.7:21-22 JI 159- (MIRk 12:11) 1. Glavu" inxhaner Orenburgskogo kombikormovogo savoda (for Tarasinakly). 2. Rachallnik otdola tekhiio-khtmicheskogo kontrolya (for Teredlov). (Feeds) (Urea) (Manganese) IV DA OV, V-N-. professor, doktor pologo-mineralogichoskikh nauk; ZLBWCVAI L I., kand Idat pologo-mineralogichookikh nauk. Using data of Industrial geophysics for studying reservoir proper- ties and petroloun.maturation of productive beds of terrigenone Devonian strata In western Bashkiria. Trudy M no.12:21-32 053. (MM 9:8) (DambkIria-Potrolenim geology) 4 FELOVA,N.; FFMANDFS,A.; HEIIAIP.; - leiomyosarcoma of the ileum. Xhirurglia (Sofiia) 16 no.12t =-M6 163. 1. Isrpatologoanatomichnoto otdalenie n& provintsialnata bolnitea, "Manuel Askunse"Fampeip Kubs). -vr r~;Iz ~--- 1 1150 Z/034/6o/ooo/o4/002/028 E073/2333 AUTHORS: Vyklick~, Miloslav, Engineer and Kabrhel, Adolfl Engineer TITLE: Manufacture and Properties of New Iron and Aluminium Alloys PERIODICALt Hutnicko listy, 1960, Nr 4, pp 26o-266 ABSTRACT: In the first part of the paper t-,ie authors review data given in the literature, predominantly Americang on the manufacture and properties of Fe-Al alloys,,Amainly those marketed under the trade names Alfenoll Thermenol and Ferral. In the latter part of the paper the authors give some results of their own experiments obtained with two heats containing about 9 and 13% Al and one heat containing about 16% Al and 4% Moo The chemical coiaposition of these alloys were: Nr 1 0.03% C 8.81% Al Nr 2 0.03%-C 13.12% Al Nr 3 o.o4% c 16.56% Al 4.o9% mo The material was cast into raw sand moulds to obtain rods of 8 and 20 mm dia. The chemical properties in the as-east Card 1/3 state and in the worked and heat treated states (Tables 5 and 6) were determined, and also the heat resistance and 69 Z/034/60/000/04/OC2/028 E073/E535 Manufacture and. Properties, of New Iron. and Aluminium Alloys resistance to corrosion. The plots (Figs I to 8) are based almost-exclusiv6ly on literary data, the plot (Fig 9) weight increase as a function of time at elevated temperatures is based on data obtained by the author of this paper. The results of the heat resistance tests can be summarized thusi 1. Fe-Al alloys containing 13% Al have a considerably better-resistance to oxidation at 11500C than the steel eSN N7 161; It can be seen from the plot (Fig 9) that the ~maximum permissible operati .ng temperature of 12006C specified by the manufacturer is excessive.. 2. The resistance to oxidation of the alloy containing 16% Aland 4% Mo at 1000*C is somewhat lower than for the alloy containing 9%,A1; this result seems to indicate that Md has a harmful influence but this is not confirmed by data in the literature. 3. Alloys containing 13% Al can be used for temperatures up to 1150% while an alloy,containing 16% Al and 4% Mo Card 2/3 can be used only up to 10000C. These data do not agree with other published data which generally are more optimistic. AUTHORS: TITLE: PERIODICAL: 2UM Z/034/Gi/ooo/oo8/ooi/oo5 8073/2335 Vyklick Miloslav, L8bl, Karel, Ka if, y N gbr -el-,-Ado Tdna, Hanus-, Uhal, Vladim:fr and Prazik, Milan Influence of Molybdenum and Copper on the Properties of Stainleas'Chromium Hutnicki listy, 1961t'No. 8, pp. 553 - 560 TEXT: According to data published in the literature (Ref. 2 - Copper in Cast Steel and Iron. Copper Development Association, London), high-alloy chromium steels containing 2-3% Si and 1.5-2a,.' Cu. have a high resistance to alum and are extensively used in the food-processing industry. An increased C content in chromium steels reduces their resistanc to corrosion, particularly after unsuitable heat-treatment.'- ex However, low-carbon chromium steels cause difficialt*4min the manufacture of castings of complex shape&. Therefore, higher C contents are used and the unfavourable Influence of the C content is compensated by adding Cu. Although the effect of Mo on chromium steels in known, the authors are not aware of any published information on the combined influence of Cu and Mo Card 1/8 24144 Z/034/61/000/008/001/005 Influence of Molybdenum 9073/9335 on the properties of chromium steels. This Is In spite of the fact that such steels are being manufactured, for instance the Czech steel Poldi-AKIBC (6hemical composition: 0.12yo C, 0.50% Ma, 0.250.' Sil 16.15%, Cr, 0.20% Mo and 1-75% CU) and the ferritic chromium steel for use in the chemical industry, containing 0*6-0.890' C,max. 0-7% Mn, max. 2% Si, 28.0 - 30-0% Cr, 2.0 - 2-5% Ni, 2-0 - 2-5% Mo and 2*0% Cu. The authors considered it interesting to investigate the influence of Cu and Mo on the properties of chromium steel and this paper contains the results of these investigations. A total of 11 heats was produced with chemical compositions varying between the following limits: C 0.6 - 0.11106; Cu 0 - 6.11%; Cr 14.58 - 26.6% and Mo 0 - 3.91%. The heats were produced in a 20-kg high-frequency furnace, using As a-:chikrge:1ow1'!carbon steel, low-carbon ferrochromium, low-carbon forromolybdenum and cop.,jer. Of the mechanical properties only the hardness was measured. In agreement with data published in the literature, heats with higher copper contents showed a higher hardness, both Cnrd 2/8 24244 z/o34/6i/ooo/oWooi/oo Influence of Molybdenum -.00 8073/2335 in the as-cast and in the annealed states; metallographic tests showed that addition of Cu brought about pronounced structural changes. The corrosion tests were carried out in a n,12-ber of corrosive medla, subd:Lv-Lded Into the following groups: A. Media with free 50 2 1. H 2so 3; 2910'; 200C, 2. NaHSO 3; 5%; 20 oc B. Organic oxides 3. lactic acid; 10%; *20 0C 4. oxalic acid; 10%; 80 0C 5. citric acid; 10%; 80 OC 6. tartaric acid; saturated solutim; 80 *C 7. acetic acid; concentrated; 80 C Card 3/8 Influence of Molybdenum .... 2hill Z/034/61/ooo/ddVbol/oo5 C073/9335 C. inorganic non-oxiding acids 8. hydrochloric acid; 8%; 20 0C 9. phosphoric acid; 65%; 80 0c D. Inorganic Oxiding acids 10. nitric acid; 65%; 80 OC A detailed analysts allowed grouping the time dependence of the weight lose due to corrosion into three basic groups: linear dependence ('in hydr2chloric acid and, in some cases, also in nitric acid at 80 "C); parabolic dependence with steepness increasing with time (NaHSO 3 solution) and, finally, corrosion rate decreasing with time and characterised by a curve which flattens out. The corrosion tests have shown that steel containing 25% Cr, 2% Mo and 2% Cu had the highest resistance to corrosion, which almost equalled the Czech steel CSN 17241. This type of steel was not investigated in the group of the 170% chromium steels. In the latter steel, Card 4/8 Influence of Molybdenum .... 24244 Z/034/61/ooo/oo8/001/003 E073/9335 Mo Improved the resistance to corrosion in solutions with free so 2 , whilst Cu improved the resistance to corrosion in organic acids. On the basis of laboratory results, SONP Kladno produced two 50-kg heats In a high-frequency furnace with chemical compositions which proved the most favourable in the laboratory tests. The compositions of theme heats (in %) were 4s follows: Heat C Mn Si P S Cr Mo CU A 3829 0.13 0*53 0.37 0.019 0.021 15.52 2.05 2.01 B 3830 0.10 0-54 0-30 0.026 0.017 24-75 1.75 1-95 - The ingots from both heats were forged into 250 x 600 x 20 mm blanks and then rolled down to 1 mm thick sheet. These hot- rolled sheets were then used in mechanical and corrosion tests and in weldability tests. The most favourable heat-treatment for these steels proved to be the following: Card 5/8 24244 Z/034/61/000/008/001/005 Influence of Molybdenum E073/9335 Heat A ... 800 0C/0-5 lira/air B eve 900 *C/0.5 hrs/air. The mechanical properties of thus heat-treated steels do not differ subatantiallv from the properties of semiferritic steels containing 17% Cr (CSN 17041). After this heat-treatmentt both heats proved satisfactory in double-bending tests; in Erichsen tests both heats achieved the value of 7.9 mm. Welding tests were carried out by arc-welding in an argon atmosphere; the weldability of Heat A was better than that of Heat B. Potentiostatic polarisation curves were determined to obtain information on the corrosion behaviour of the steels. The follovring conclusions were reached% Additions of 2% Mo and 2% Cu proved the most suitable. The resistance-to-carrosion of steels with 17% Cr, 290' Mo and 2% Cu is higher than the res1stance-to-corrosion of the same type of steel without Mo and Cu. Very good results were obtained with steel containing 25% Cr and an addition of Mo and Cu which, for most corrosive Card 6/8 2h1hJj Z/034/61/6-6_6760/ool/oo Influence of Molybdenum of** 9073/9335 media, will have the 8,,ame resistance-to-corr6sion as the austenitic CrNi steel CSN 17241. According to the achieved results, the steel with the lower Cr content can be used for less aggressive corrosion media and in cases in which the steel UN 17041 cannot be used owing to its lower resistance-to- corrosion or its poor weldability. Steel with a higher Cr ontent (Heat B) can be used as a substitute for the steel N N 17241 but the plasticity and weldability of this material are not as good as those'.of- steel UN 17241. There are 17 figures, 7 tables and 12 references: 6 Czech and 6 non-Cmach. The four English-language references quoted are: Ref. 1 - Loring - Metals Handbook, pp. 462 465; Ref. 2 - (quoted in text); Ref- 3 - Saklatwalla Dammler, Trans. Am. Soc. St4el. Treat. 15, 1929; Ref. 4 Daniloff The Alloys of IronIand Copper. New York and London, 1934- Card 7/8 A 24344 z/o34/61/ooo/oWooi/oo Influence of Molybdenum Z073/Z335 ASSOCIATIONS; StAnf vyzkumny' u6stav materiAlu a technologie v Praze (State Research Institute for Materials and Technology, Prague) StOnt vtzkumnf fistav ocLrany materiglu G.V. Akimova v Frame (G.V. Akimov State Research Institute for the Protection of Materials, Prague) SUBMITTED: November 28, 1960 Card 8/8 Z/031#/62/000/01)1/006/011 E073/R53q AUTHOR;. Kabrhol, A. TITLE. Research on the steel type Crl6Mn7Ni2,5NO.l9 with possible additions of other elements, in the shaped and as-cast states PERIODICAL: Hutnicki listy, no.1, 1962, 61 TEXT ' The research was carried out at the request of MTS for assessing the possibility of further savings of nickel. The proi)ertjen of the steel type Crl6Mn7Ni2..5NO.15 in the shaped and as-east states were studied, It was found that the proposed type of steel can, in practice, be as good as 'tie steel ~-SN 174oo nlthougi, it. cutitairts ?.u to 25;t les& nickel. and io to 40.1,~ Less mangane-4e, A ftirther reduction of these Plements woiild resu.1t in the austenite becoming transformed into marteitsitir Ferri ite. Dije to its good resistance to corrosion, this slee-1 colild be used in the manufacture of transportntion om1ii1inivilt ~~Ild vquipment for the food industry, Research Renort Sv(jm,r Z-60-937, 98 pages- 15 figures, 13 tables. Card 1/1' [Abstractor's note; Complete trans] ati (in] Z/032/62/012/001/004/007 E073/E435 AUTHOR: Kabrhel.-A.. TITLE: Investigation of steel of the type Cr 16 Mn 7 Ni 2.5 N0,15 with the possible addition of further elements in the) as-formed and the as-cast states PERIODICAL: S,.rojirenstvf. v.12, no.1, 1962, 72 TEXT: The investigations were carried out for the purpose of studying the possibility of reducing further the nickel consumption. The properties of steel of the type Cr 16, Mn 7, Ni 2.5, N-0.15 in the as-formed and in the as-cast states were investigated'and it was found that the proposed type of steel could be practically equivalent to the steel CSN 17 460 although it contains 20 to 25% less Ni and 30 to 40% less Mn. The consequence of a further reduction in these elements would be that the austenite would become transformed into martensitic ferrite. Due to its high resistance to corrosion this steel is suitable for means of transportation and for equipment'used'in the food industry. Research Report Z-60-937, SVUMT, Prague, 1961. [Abstracter's note: Complete translation.]. Card 1/1 z 20/63/000/001/003/005 OW/D102 % ~AUTHORSI LBblo K.t VykliOkjt M6_j Kabrh*lg A., and Austek, A. TITLE i Research on economical stainless austenitio-forritio stools for service In the chemical industry PERIODICALs Energetikag no. 1, 19639 54 ITEM The paper is concerned with ttie'problem of nickel saving in'. auatenitic chrome-nickel steels used for production of welded machine 'equipment for the chemical industry. Using Soviet sources and results of own research, a total of four economical stools was developed in which~nick-l. e1 content was reduced practically to one half.compared with the scarce 'steels they are to replace. The economical chrome-nickel austenitio-fer- :ritic steels can replace the classic austenitio stools in most applications- except for cases involving,corrosive or active onvironmentse Also, in do- 4igning machine equipment advant go can be taken of their better mechanical proportion; especially higher yiNa point, an compared with the currently-, quired'ohrome-niokel austenitio stools. ffAbstracter's qot* SAO A~ 00 mplete translation of an abstract from the V sbions sprava (SVU)q sear9h, Report) no. Z-61-1003p Prague, 19611Y [ICt'aard -1~ I VRBIKy VI.; DRAPALt S.; KRAUSO Vl.; IDBL9 K.; VYKLICKY, K.; KANWL. A.; SUSTEKI A.; SLABA~ J.; STETINA, Ke; SCHREIBER) B.; FRUDKr..--Y-. Wormation an the.reports of the State Researob Inatitute of Material aMiTechnolo", Energetiks Cz 13 no.1%53-54 J& 163. Nil Z/032/63/013/002/004/004 B073/E335 ALITHMS: 'Vyklicky, Ill.- LUbl, K., Potucek, B. and Kabrhel, A. TITLE: Jntroduction~of 6conwhy stainless refractory stools and facing elements -CAL. StrojXrenstv;c,,- 139 -1963, 155 v no. 2, T FQXT The Oossibility was examined of substituting expensive and scarce steels by economy steels of the type___ Cr. Ni5Nn9N and -Crl&~15N and satisfactory progress was mado in introducing the proposed alloys as substitutes for the steels Real 095 and 096. Furthermore, the*possibIlity was.considered of using the.steel-CrlMnl5N for a number of corrosive media under current welding conditions.. Work has progressed in obtaining more accurate data on the properties of the oxidation-reBistant austenitic chromium-nickel-steels used for casting components of fittings, turbines, etc. Draft data sheets were worked out for the steels- AIDA, and ARM 6.- Report Z-61-987, SVIhYr. Pkague.*1961. CAbstracter's note: c omple to tr6nalation.] Card 1/1 rk 'R" M VYKLI.Gxrt M.1 LOBL# K,; POTRUGENt Be; KABWLv A. Introd.uption of economical, stainlexa,, fire-reolBtant stools and welding-on alloys into production, 1hergetika Cz 13 no,7t 386 Jl"163, LOBL, K.; VYUICKY, M.; KLBRBEL, A.; Introduction of new stainless,, fireproof., and fire-resisting stools and alloys in industrial production. Energetica Cz 13 no.8:1+40 Ag 163. A-,; 4:m, POTUCEK, B.; VYKLICKY, M.- KABRHEL A. Now possibilities for using the economical stainless stools Crl8Ni5Mh8N (17460), Cr17Ti (17046), and Crl8Mnl5N (17471). Energetika Cz 13 no.9:500 S 163, ACCESSION NR; AP4042272 Z/0032/64/014/007/0509/0517 AMORs V lickyp M.(Eng~near) Mericka M YAkXW Tuma,VH. 4orktl~=~n;eer); alir#V. (Engineer j- Kopall Vo(Engineor j Munec;H.~&_ raerli TITLE: Corro..ion r6sistance of steel with a two-phase structure of Cr2lNiS the type !SOURCE: -Strojirenstvi, v. 14, no. 7j, 1964, 509-517 TOPIC TAGSt chromium steel, nickel stool, ntAi4lons stool, corro- sion resistance, phase structure, alloy steel, alloying, phosphorus, titanium 'ABSTRACT: Extensive experiments ha ve been carried out to test cor- rosion resistance of newly introduced non-rusting steels with a two- lphase structure of the type-Cr2lNiS, which are mainly utilized in ,equipment of the chemical industry. The tests were carried out in athe laboratory and confirmed by experiments in industrial plants, 4and included comparisons with classical steels which the new types Card it 5 ACCESSION NR: AP4042272 were to replace. Laboratory tests of the usual type were carried out; on 30 x 80 x 2 mm (and also I mm) samples and plant tests on 20 x x 100 x 2 mm samples. The results of the experiments are in agree- ment with corrosion theory. Increased phosphorus content lowers the 'corrosion resistance. The varying effect of titanium added to !,Cr2lNi5 and Crl8Ni9 in different acids is discussed. In general it ,is found that tho optimal typou of two-phana tiLaole hava a corrosion !resistance similar to that of classical austanite steel while being' ;more economical than the corrosion resistant CSN 17460 and 17471 'steels, and exhibiting a much higher intercrystalline-corrosion're- :s."Istance. It was found that in the food-processin industry .9 ,Cr2lNi5Ti can almost fully replace CSN 17246 steel. Orig. art. has; figures and 13 tables. ASSOCIATION: SVUMT, Prague. SUBMITTED: 00 ENCL: 03 .SUB CODE: MH NR REF SOV: 001 OTHER: 006 Card 2/ ACCFMICN NRI AP4042272 ENCLOSURE 01 CaN I I Bid Cox 42 Im c"N 43 t031 cam 42 tou 2 neour3 Tr604 Ttkovkr! , 0611%ky. [kii/mms) min. 40 is 38 35 35 36 65-90 65--s0 of-to 68-90 #$-t0 65-90 as 1%] min. 23 20 20 18 WIM 36 35 35 15 .10 15 A (mkplamll gain. 8 4 Tvidoes, HB - 7 Igo-";No 180-2501 190-250 A AP4042272 ACCESSICIN NRs JWCLOSUREt 02 taMent 1,4 zardonit zaruaon& zarudoniL Doporuftrsn6 olaktrody 388 N 389 8300 391 Topolad spr&oovAnp) 980-102000 1000-105010 980-102000 080-1020 40 Toplots poulid 260 *0 30000 30010 30010 XahrazovgLnii ooW OSK 17246 422931 422932 422233 422942 Obr,obitatnoet '131 d9brA dobr& dobrt dobA (;Sxd 4/5 lp ACCESSICH NRt AP4042272 ENC;LOSMS 03 Legend for Enc. 01: 1 - steel 2 - article 3 - plate 4 rx>d 5 - forging :6 - casging, 7 - hardness, 8 - weldbility$ 9 - electrodes used, 10 - heat I treatmt, 11 - raxLm= operating tenperature,, 12 mp~aces CSN steel, 13 .workability, 14 - Varanteed, 15 - good I *W3*th suggested quendAng in water or air. Stee3 a with two-phase stmcture are inore workable than conventionalppure austeniti-6 steels. Pard V5 iACC NR, AP7003774,1 SOURCE CODt:.---W66j2/66/016/012/0900/0914 AUTHOR: Vyklick M. (Engineer); Kabrhel, A.-(Engineer); Mericka, M. ORG: State Rese ch Institute of Materials, Prague (Statni vyzku=y ustav materialu) TITLE: Oxidatiolresistance of chromium and chromium-nickel (stainless) steels SOURCE: Strojirlstvi, v. 16, no. 129 1966, 909-914 TOPIC TAGS: =hca6d=mstainless steel, nickel *=balmom steel, metal oxidation, chromium steel ABSTRACT: A series of 24 wrought and cast stainless steels, 11 straight-chromium (7.0i-27.25Z chromium and 0-1.0Z aluminum), and 13 chromium-nickel steels (17.5-V.512 chromium, 2.22-38.91% nickel, Ov-0.82% titanium) were subjected to oxidation tests in air at temperatures up to 1300C for up to 1000 hr. It was con- firmed that the chromium content is the main factor-contributing to oxidation resistance. Sili!,con, aluminum, and nickel, the latter at contents above 20%. also have a ben6f icialIaffect. Carbon has a negative effect. Titanium and manganese and .the structure of steels (cast or wroughO had no apparent of fact on the oxidation resistance under ithe conditions usede A straight chromium steel with 18.58% .chromium and a clVwaiwa-nickel steel with 18.58% chromium and 9.22% nickel, after 1000 hr at _950C, ~ad the mane weight lose of 'about 300 gjm2. However, a chromium- Card 1/2 UDCt none i-i-070037 4 - - atekel stool wLth 21,561 cbroadve AM 38.912 aiclol sad a straight-cbrumium at*" with 23.762 chrvs~Luft suffeted the &am weight lob& &ft*f 1000 hr At UODC "d 1075C, respectivillys OtLge.erts bass 12 figurom and I tabl*. SUB COM 111 SVBM DAM 0910 RU: 009/ OTEL REFt 003f Card 2/2 MANATOV, A.D.; KABRIN, L.AO,; MAYGCIV, I.V. For the lengthening of U6 of coke oven Jxtteries. Koko i khim. no.12t27-29 163. (KM 17:1) 1. Kemerovskiy koksokhimicheakiy savod. KABRIZON, M.M., glavnyy inzbener Practices of the "Somenovoko-Golokovskaia" Briquet Plant Ugoll 34 no.12:40-42 D 159. (HIRL 13:4i 1. Semenovsko-GolovkovskLya briketmaya fabrika. (Aleksandriya(Kircygrad Province)--Briquets(Fuel)) BARANOVAPN.M.- IASSp Yu.B.; BOGDANOVICH, V*Vo,- VILIGOSs Ye,F,; GRAZHDANTSEV, I.I.; GRYAZNOVo V.I.; GUTOROVA, Ye.D.; KABRIZON. V.M.; MOLYAWO, G.I.; MOROYCHOVSKAYA, M.S.; NOSOVSKIY, M.F.; ROMORANOVA, M.P.; SOSNOV, A.A.; SHEVCHENKO, U.S.; USENKO, I.S.; Prinimali uchastiye: BONDARI, A.G.p inzh.-gidrogeolog; SACHENKO-SAKUN; V.M.p at. topograf; SHELUKHINA, A.V.v at. tokhnik-geolog; STOPIK, M.A., at. tekhnik-geolog; REUTOVSKAYA, E.A.9 tekhnik; BMKHTIN, A.G., akademik, glav. red.[deceasedl (Nikopoll manganese-ore basin] Nikopollskii margantsevo- rudnyl bassain. Moskvap Izd-vo "Nedra," 1964. 534 P, (MIRA 17:6) Institut geologicheskikh nauk AN Ukr.SSR (for Baranova, Mo:Lyavkop Romodanova, Usenko). 2. Nauchno- isaledovatellskly institut geologii Dnepropetrovskogo gosudarstvemnogo universitsta'(for Gryaznov, Nosovskiy). 3. Treat "Dneprogeologiyalt (for liogdanovich,, Kabrizon). 4. Treat "Kiyevrqologiya" (for Bass). 5. Treat "Nikopoll- MarganetsO (for Villgoop Grazhdantsev, Sosnov). KABRIZONO V'M. Hydrogeological, conditions in the Belozerka deposit. Razved. I okh. nedr 27 no.308-43 Mr 161. (MIRA .1415) 1. Treqt."Dneprogeologiya". (Beloserka region ( Province)-Water, Underground) Mining and hydrogeological conditions of open-pit areas of the Nikopoll manganese deposit. Sbor.trud.Inst.gor.dela AN M?SR nOO5:89-99 158. (NIU 15:5) (Nikopoll region (Dnepropetrovsk Province)-Kingansuo mines and mini (MLna draimp) ZAYEZZIEV, N.M.; BORISENKO, S.T.; IGUMNOV, S.A.; KABRILM!j Vjt.; TYA7,IqLOVP G.T.; SEDENKO, M.V. Preservationof underground waters in oonnectIon with the drainage of ore deposits. Razved. i okh. nedr. 30 no.11: 36-41 N 164. (KIRA 18:4) 1. Trest "Dneprogeologiyall (for all except Sedanko). 2. Dnepro- patrovokly gornyy Institut (for Sadanko), A 'IR -yi _~* -hf, ftm than flir, Olwip.; to ift 1:uJitior thc"w'Zil mn. \whkh avulm In lrxvwsc~j twlipg trjjcjc~, I,-, L)z Alrw-rict Ct oiqr^ r~ionvm w,4 Nnot,* U.44JW4 la 4o i?Qt 7,c! C. PA -Alt T70i-ITOLOGY aEEKTROTECIRUCKY OBZOR. KADTNA, E. Past experiences with the opperatimn of hydroCen-ccole.; t m-to- altematers, no. 433. Vol, 47, no, 8, Augs 19580 Monthly Idst of East European Ac-i-~-ssions(Eai) LC, Vol. 8, no. NV 1.959, Unclass. - -, . . - . - ;,-" - , -, , : :, .1 1; '. -?~ 14 . . I. --..- : . . . I l ;. t~-, - _ : - , ; ~ w, - j ;,i~!T. ~. . KAP'~NA. T--7CHhTOLT--Y ELEEKTROTECOICKY OBZOR- KABRNA. Turboalternit6ra of great efficiencyo p. 423. vol. 471 no. 8, Ails., 1958, Monthly List of East European Accessions (EEJkI) LC, Vol. 8, no. 5 II&;-r 1959, Unclass. "Problems of using insulated conductors under various conditions." Elektrotechnik.. Praha, Vol 9, No. 1, Jan 1954, p. 19 SO: Eastern European Accessions List, Vol 3, 'To 10, Oct 1954, Lib. of Congress Los Kabrna, Le Methods of establishing heavy-current electric instal'stj n3. P. Wj".-Wm--MTECffNIK. Pmha. Vol. 10,, no* 7s July 1955. Sot Monthly List of the East European Accession# (EE&L), w. vol. 4. noe 10,, oct. :L955. uncl. Up~ ... Laying power cables in molded tracks. P. 325. ELEKTROTECHNIK. Vol. 11, no. 10, Oct. 1956 Praha, Czechoslovakia SMICE: East European List (EEAL) Library of Congress, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 1957 XA7-RNA, L. New regulations for the construction of electric lines. p.237 ELEKrPmCHNIK (Ministerstvo tezkeho strojirenstvi) Praha) Czechoolovakia Vol.14, no-7, July 1959 Monthly List of East European Accessions JEW) LO, Vol.8, no.3-1 Nov. 1959 Unclo KABRNA., L. Conductors in electric-power distribution. p. 242. ELF,KTRDTECHNIK, Prakaj Czechoslova)da,, Vol. 14, no. 8.. Aug. 1959 Monthly list of East European Accessions., (EEATI) LC, Vol. 8,, No. 10 Oct. 1959. Unel. KABRUA . ladielav,, ins. (Praha) wires in industrial electric power distribution* Blektrotechnil 17 no*0102-105 Ap 1629 . - -,-g- ~ '11-k ~~ 4-~ - I , 1.1,11 W-W I -4,14 tA41 INKA-99, A I U*t (4644) mor Ii=" atcerdimc te t!!& am settirg up tt*, sloctric P, Comhoslovak stanbuds. 17~ zb-2:3~4-r' 7 I- KABRNAJ. inz. Maxim= strain in pcVer cable stretching. Elektrotechnik 17 no.10:290 0 162. WMI LIMUDI&Vv l=. (Prams Protection fr danwous contact voltage by circuit breakers. lUktrot"MiNI'M -n0.(311;9)--164 Je 1630 :;.UMAP ladislav, inz. (Praha) NdW.Infamation of accident dangers frcm electric 6urrent. Blektrotoolmik 19 noo2t36-38 F164 KABRNA, Ladiklay, inz. .I,- Disturbing voltages in power distribution neWorks vith neutral wire ywotootion. Emergatike. Cs 34 no.8095-398 Ag 164 1 ;I, XABRNA, Ladislav, inz. (Prague) Protection from thp contact voltage in large plants with different current systems. Elektrotechnik 19 no.11:308- 311 N v64. KABRO, S. 1. 1 Corrugated roofing plates for rural construction. Stroi. mf,. 5 no.5:7-8 My, '59. (MIRA 12:0) (Ukraine-Raofing, Gencrote) UMO) Savva Ivanoviob; NESATATAj K.S. [The shortened workday in the building materials industry] Sokra- shobenvyi rabochii don' ma. prodpriiatilakh'pronyablennosti stroitell- nykh materialov. Kievv Govotroiisdatj 1960. 75 (MIRA 14:7) (Bours of laboi) (ThAlding materials bidustry (Wages) 4 M KABRT, Antonin Concentration of loading and unloading is the main task of the third- Five-Year Plan. Zel dop tech 9 no.9:270 161. (Railroad) (Loading and unloading) 7.ARRT, Antonin Experiences with the ON care In the first period, Zel dop tech 12 no.9t230 164. q pre'-- !,4. Z, -all or U~,:,l A;,l t:K vNt q-1,=t~:.-I Q,., irt t.-,e lY *xsl-nt: W. X r!or- Ln rUy ie,'Lt Ull :9-~, V--r!xJ:7 7tr"eft It i~&,w of FL:=ltm C~!.- by !-'--4,1. , 7. Zn AAI~' t3, zza. Ll isy Cllrlch t:e :. 21 of llzz, :Alle., t7 J3-.C KAE-FIT, Jan ~Uht.'JVIS, Given Names countr7t CzechoslOVakia Academic Degroess /not gi.ven/ Chair of the Public Health-Organization. of the Faculty of General Af f iliatiod-t Re-&1*615e-, -W /X~~IoVa' urfivers it .aj --- Mir-l-es University/-(Xatedra organizace zdravotnictvi Fakulty vooobeeneho lekaretvi KU)p PragAe xfwAM. Directort Prof V,. PROSEKr MD ase Prague, tick-Y-11-k~M9A 41P NO 13P 1961P YY 604-606# P o0our, "Remarks on the Now Orthography of Medioal Term#'ology.ff JJ 00 981143 KABRT I J. AGRICULTURE PERIODICAL-. VESINIK, VOL. 6) No. 1, 1959 Kabrt, J. Nutrition of animals from the veterninary point of view. p. 55. -Hn. Extraordinary Plenary Session of the Czechoslovak Academy of Agricultural Sciences. P. 50 Monthly List of East European AccessioTis (EEA 1), L-C, Vol. 8, no. 5, May 19599 Unclass. ICZECHOSLOVAKIA Docent Jan KABRT [Affiliation not givenj "Normalization of Medical Terminology Practices." rrague, Caso is Lekaru Ceskych, Vol 102, No 19, 10 May 63; pp 535-536. Abstract : Discussion of deficiencies in international medical terminology: inconsistencies, tautologies, eponyms; conflicting terms in Czech and Slovak. A new commission has now been established at the CSAV to coordinate medical terminology practices first within Czechoslovakia, then within an international context. 1/1 K&Wp %Topdocol DUFF&p J~j* JUDr* The'develoFmant of the Prague Medical Faculty during the past .20 years. Sborn, lok*. 67 no.59133-139 I~rI65. 1. Oadeleni Iskarske termInologia(vedouoit doe. J. Kabrt) a studijnI, oddelani (vadouait JUDro J, Duffek) fakulty ves- obacneho lakarstvi University Karlovy v Praze. KMT, JARCS.LAV.-- . Dietetika; specialni cast vyzivy zvirat. (1. vyd.) Praha, Statni pedagogicke rgtkl. (Ucebni texty vysokych skol) SOURCE EEAL W Vol. 5 No. 10 Cot. 1956 -KKBRT v jaroslav- SURNAM; Given Names Countut Czechoslovakia Academic Degreest Docentp Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Affiliation i Brno Source: Praguep Veterinaretvis Vol XIP No 7v 1961t pages 261-263. Data: "Latest Discoveries Concerning the ""elationship Between the Diet of Dairy Cows and Their Fertility and Utility." GPO 981643