SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT GUTKHEN, B.I.  GUTKIN, A.YA.
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GUTKHEN, B.I., inzh.
Earthworking and cutting machinery. Transp. stroi. 12 no.6:3134
je 162.  NERA 15:6)
 (Excavating machinery)
K.
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AUTHORS: Vyatskiy, A.Ya., Candidate of Physical Mathematical
Sciences, Docent, Gutkin, A.A., Engineer, and Makhov,
A,F., Assistant
TITLE: Germanium Phototriode
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy  Priborostroy
eniye, 1958, Nr 5, pp 1113 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The article gives preliminary results of tests on flat
germanium phototriodes. They are examined for their
sensitivity. Qualities of voltage and amperage under
varying lighting are also taken into consideration.
Zh.I. Alferov, B.M. Konovalenko, S.M. Ryvkin, V.M.
Tuchkevich, and A.I. Uvarov have done extensive 6stu
dies in the field of flat hermanium phototriodes.
Figure 1 shows the lighting layout of the germanium
phototriode. Figure 3 shows statical voltampere
characteristics of the phototriode under varying light
ing. (1  no light; 2  lighting of 25 lux; 3 
lighting of 44 lux; 4  lighting of 57 lux; 5  light
Card 1/2 ing of 80 lux, and 6  lighting of 124 lux). Figure ,
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3 illustrates the distribution of sensitivity on the
lighted surface of the phototriode. Finally, the au
thors investigate measurement of sensitivity in con
nection with the location of the lighted spot on the
surface of the phototriode. There aTe 2 graphs, 1
layout and 2 Soviet sources.
ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy institut tochnoy mekhaniki i optiki
(Leningrad Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics)
[Al
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VELIKOREMKIY, D.A.; LORIYE, K.M.; FIDICEL, I.I.; GRIGORCIM, Yu..
BERGER, L.Kh.; 'XTROBINAP V.V,yKIIATU.*;ENKO, V.P.; 11, SHCHEIMMV, A.71.)
student V kursa; OBERE1CHELMKO, la.V., kand.med.nauk; 111KITI111, A.V.;
MKILIOUDOVA, S.N.; KUSMARTSINA, L.V., assiatent; KUZIIETSOV, V.A.,
ITINOVA TI.A., assistent; BONDAMNKO ,Ya.D. (g. Fastov);
dotsent; KUKh
KURTASOVA, L.V. (g. Fastov); MdHIKH, V.V.; CIIURAKOVA, A.Ye.;
BABICH, M.M.; KNININ, K.P.; PAVWV, S.S.; SHEUTYAKOV, L.V., kand.
med.nauk; IGNATIYEVA, O.M.; MYGEIRMUMR, G.A.; GUTKIN, A.A.;
POLYKOVSKIY, T.S. I
Resumes. Sov.med. 25 no.11:147152 N 161. NIRA 15: 15)
1. Iz Instituta grudnoy khirurgii ANZ1 SSSR (for Velikoretskiy, Loriye,
Finkel'). 2. Iz bollnitsy No3 Gorlovki Stalinskoy oblasti (for
Grigorchuk). 3. Iz Tyumenskoy oblastnoy bollnitsy (for Bergor,
Utrobina) 4. Iz Karatasskoy rayonnoy bollnitsy YuzhnoKazaklistanqkoy
oblasti (for Miarchenko). 5. Iz Gospitallnoy khirurgicheskoy kliniki
I Moskovskogo ordena Lenina meditsinskogo instituta imeni Sechenova
(for 14eshcheryakov). 6. Iz kliniki propedevticheskoy terapii Stalinskogo
meditsinskogo instituta na baze oblastnoy klinicheskoy bollnitsy
imeni Kalinina (for Oberemehenko). 7. Iz kliniki gospitallnoy terapii
Voronezhskogo meditsinskogo institUtIL (for Nikitin, Ilukhoyedava).
8. Iz kafedry obshchey khirurgii KisUnvoskogo meditsinskogo instituta
(for Kusmartseva). (Continued on next card)
VLIKORETSKIY, D.A.(continued) Card 2.
9. Iz akusherskoginekologicheskoy kliniki Stalinskogo meditsin5kogo
instituta na baze bollnitsy imeni Kalinina (for l,,uznetsov, KiLklibinova).
10 Iz g ospitallnoy terapevticheslcoy,kliniki Ivhevolcogo meditsinskoro
instituta (for Pevchikh., Churakova). 11. Iz Nosovskoy rayonnoy
bollnitsy Chernigovskoy oblasti (for Babichl. 12. 1z Vyborgskoy
mezh,rayonnoy boltnitsy (for Pavlov). 13. Iz Iy gorodskoy bollnitsy
Tyumcni (for Ignatlyeva). 14. Iz 2y infektsionnoy bollnitsy
g. Zaporozhlya (for Zeygermakher). 15. Iz infektsionnogo i
prozektorskogo otdoleniy Petrozavodskoy gorodskoy bollnitsy
(for Gutkin, Polykovskiy).
(IEDICINF,ABSTRAGTS)
SOV/ 13 7 5 8 1)  19 71 2
Translation from, Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr 9, p 228 (USSR)
AUTHORS: Makhov, A.F.', Gutkin, A.A.
TITLE: Investigation of the Retardation of Electrons of Be and Ge by
the Method of Secondary Emission (Issledovanive tormozheniya
elektronov v Be i Ge~ metodom vtorichnoy emissii'l
PERIODICAL: Izv. vyssh. uchebn. zavedeniy. Fizika, 1958, Nr 1, pp 113
119
ABSTRACT: Results are adduced of an investigation of the secondary
emission (SE) of thin films of Be, applied in a vacuum on a Ni
base (I) and of thin films of Ge applied on Be (11). The coef
ficient of SE was determined for energies of primary electrons
(PE) E, ranging from 100 to 4000 ev. It was discovered that for
I the a f(En) curves have a minimum, the appearance of which
can be explained by a large portion of the fast electrons emitted
by the base when it is reached by the PE beam. From the rela
tionships (T = f(En) for I and a f( E) 0 being the thickness of the
Be layer) at various energies of the PE beam for 11, the laws
governing the retardation of electrons with energies from 1 to
3.5 ev were obtained. It is established that the law for the re
Card 1/1 tardation for I and II has the form of d  El.4. R. 0.
11AM 2. Germanium filnLg 3. Secondary emission 4, Elec
Energy
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Giatkin, S.. A., and Nasledov, D. N.
The dependence of the longwave limit of the photoeffect in
pn Junctions of GaAs on the electric field
P1IODICAL. Pizika tverdogo tela, v. 4, no. 5, 1962, 1360  1363
T _~'XT ;T~,e variation of the photocurrent from GaAs crystals under the
action of a strong electric field was inves~,igated. The longwa7e edge
of the spectral characteristic was determined for a Ga.;.s phozodiode with
1
.pn 4unction. Results: (") in the photonenergy range of 1.39  1.415
J
ev, t~,e spectral characteristic is parallel to the curve for the absorp
tion coefficient k  f(hw) (cf. T. S. "Gass. J. Appl. Phys., 76, 2136,
1961) in the absence of an electric field. (2) '."'hen less than
1.39 ev, the spectral characteristics for various voltages in the back
direction begin to diverge. Hence, k becomes a function of the field
1 +%'~/2
strenth. It was found that I kdx when k,~

  
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Card 1/1 Pub. 41 3/15
Author : Volarovich, M. P. and Gutkin, A. M., Moscow
Title : Some questions on the theory of plastic flow
Periodical : Izv. AN SSSR, Otd. Tekh. Nauk 9, 3742, Sep 55
Abstract : The article was originally presented at the conference on the theory
of elasticity, the theory of plasticity and theoretical structural
mechanics held at the Institute of Mechanics Acad Sci USSR on 25 De
cember 1954. Presents mathematical solution of two cases of plastic
flow. Relates flow to linear, conical and spherical motion. Lists
series of theoretical conclusions for cases studied. Formulae, dia
gram. Fifteen references, 10 1)SSR.
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VOLAROVICH, M.P.,,_ U KIN JLM
.
Compression of a, viscoelastic disperse system In the Torm of
a rectangular bar.' Koll, Shur, 22 no. 5:543545 so 16o.
(MIRA 13:10)
1. Nalininskly torfyanoy institut.
(Colloids)
82317
4~zoa SIOB916010081061191021
II1/00 Boo6 Bo63
AUTHORSs Kondashevakiv, V. V.0 Chertovskikh, A. N.,
PoRorelXX. V. S., Q]&tkin, 1. A,
TITLE: The Use of the Alpha Radiatio0of Radioactive Isotopes in
Instruments for the Control of the Dimensions of Work
pieces During Their Vr~_n
PERIODICALt Atomnaya energiya, 1960, Vol. 8, No. 6, pp. 576578
TEXTs The authors have developed a new method for the automatic control
of the size of workpieces that are being ground. This method has a high
degree of accuracy, and has been tested by the authors under laboratory
and industrial conditibns. It is based on the dependence of the number
of particles reaching a counter upon the area of the cross section of the
workpiece penetrated by them. Fig. 1 shows the circuit diagram of the
primary element (radioizotopnyy datchik)p which is then described. An end
window counter of the type MCT17 (MST17) is used. When the instrument
is adjusted for a certain size of the piece to be ground, the grindiz4r
process is automatically interrupted as soon as this size is attained.
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Isotopes in Instruments for the Control of j3oo6/Bo63
the Dimensions of Workpieces During Their Grinding
A thorium isotope is used as alpha source. A photograph of the whole in
strument is shown in Fig. 3 It was first tested in a laboratory, and
then introduced in the "Sibzavod" at Omsk. One command proved to be in
sufficient in many cases. The feeler shown in Fig 3 can transmit three
commands to the machinet 1) one command for the change from rough to fine
machining as soon as the dimension of the workpiece exceeds the final
size by 30  60 microns; 2) one command for etopping the fine machining
as soon as the dimension exceeds the final dimension by 10  15/,; machin
ing is continued when the feed of the grinding wheel has been switched
off; 3) a signal for the quick removal of the grinding 1.,iheel as soon as
the workpiece has attained its final size. The individual stages of
this process are indicated by the lighting of three different lamps
(1,20 in Fig 3) on the instrument. Accordingly, the instrument has two
dials (rough and fine) indicating the amount to be removed. The change
from the "rough" to the "fine" dial also takes place automatically.
There are 3 figures and 1 Soviet reference.
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Boll';/BO64
AUTHOR: Gutkin, A. &L,
TITLE: Spiral Motion of a Cylinder in a Viscoplastic Disperse
System
PERIODICAL: Kolloidnyy zhurnal, 1960, Vol, 22, No~ 5, PP 569572
TEXT: The author has already reported on a theoretical investigation
of the spiral flow of viscoplastid~disperse systems (Ref. 1) at the 1y
Vsesoyuznyy s"yezd po mekhanike (YiLst AllUnion Conference on Mechanics)
in 1560. Since this flow with double shearing is important for rheologi
measurements, the author discusses a flow of this kind assuming that the
motion is caused by a long round cylinder of radius a, and that is the
viscoplastic medium unlimited, It is further assumed that no gliding
takes place between the cylinder surface and the medium in which it is
immersed. Proceeding from the IlenkiIl'yushin equation (Ref. 2), the
velocity distribution in the viscoplastic medium, caused by the spiral
motion of the cylinder, is determined. The relatiGnship bptween torque
axial force (acting upon the cylinder), and velocity components of the
spiral motion of the cylinder is determined. A method i,_ sugc~ested f:), ~he
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experimental determination of the limiting shearing stres3 and the
plastic viscosity from the measured values of spiral motion of the
cylinder in the viscoplastic disperse system Is illustrated by two
examples. There are 2 Soviet references.
ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy energeticheskiy institut
(Moscow Institute of Power Engineering)
SUBMITTED: February 25, 1960
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AUTHOR: Gutkin, A. M.
TITLE: The Flow of a Viscoplasti6 DJ_!,,perse System on a Rotating
U
Disk
PERIODICAL: Kolloidnyy zhurnal, 1960, Vol. 22, No., 5, PP. 573575
TEXT: The most simple method of studying the behavior of viscoplastic
consistent lubricantj~\in rotating friction units is to examine the flow
of a lubricant ot, a revolving disk, This prcblem has already been inves
tigated (Ref. 1); since, however, wrong t1heoretical assumptions had
been made the results were also incorrect, In the present paper, first
the case is investigated where a thin layer h of the lubricant is applied
to the disk which is caused to rotate so quickly that the thickness of
the lubricant layer does not change before a certain speed &) has been
reached. In the following it is shown that the 11iting shearing stress
TO of the lubricant can be expressed by the following equation:
2
To (j r(lzo) (7) (Q = density of the lubricant, co = angular velocty,
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r = radius of thecylinder) wherefrom the value for zc may be calculated.
This leads the equation for the amount of lubricant passing through the
cylinder surface of radius r:
1Kj'r2 r02 To ) (13). in the second approximation, the
34 ~ ) (51  2
Qw r QC0 r h 2 2 T
following relation can be written down: 1 = h (5QW h Li 0 )t
25Q26)4h5 39 2 r
+ 6p2 (17), where plastic viscosity of the lubricant, t = time,
and 1 = thickness of the lubricant layer. If equation (17) is introduced
into (13) instead of 1, the lubricant consumption can be determinel as
a function of time if the values of t are not tco high. There are 2
Soviet references.
ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy energeticheskiy institut
(Moscow Institute of Power Engineering)
SUBMITTED: February 25, 196o
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AUTHOR, Gutkin, A,. M~
TITLE. The Flow of a Viscoplastic Medium Between Rotating Disks
PERIODICAL. Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR, 1960, Vol. 134, No. 5,,
pp. 1048  1050
TEXT: The parallel rotating disks are supposed to be rigid and coarse,
and the distance between the two disks to be smaller than their linear
dimensions. Since the medium between the disks is relatively low, the
following relations can be wri4ten in first approximation after equilibrium
is establiahed, aplar + aT laz + QW 21.  0 (6) 8P/az  0 (7), From these
rz 2
relations, the equation T rz ' (dp/dr  Qcj r)z C (8) io obtained for the
shearing stress, and thence, in turn, vr . (z.h) + ~L(dp/dr
2 2 2
QCJ r)(Z,h ) (10).. Next, the following relation is obtained for the
output Qi
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Q = Orv z + 4TEr h ~v dz . An r QLO2r  dp/dr)(h 3"73) 4 't (z 2 _h2
0 0 ~ r 0 2 0 0
z TT
Finally, two special cases are examined. In the first one, two massive
disks are considered to be approaching at the small velocity U., while in
the second case, a viscoplastic medium is supposed to be stead,ly added
between the disks The differential equation dp/ Q(2r  3x 0/2h
 3~,Q/Orh,3 (20), and, by integration p  :4a 2 _ R2 + ~Al R
3~1 1  P2 2 4nh 3 a
+ 7h O~(R  a) (21), are obtained. Here, p Iis the pressure at r .. a (a
being the aperture diameter, through which there enters the viscoplastic
medium); and P2 is the pressure at :,  R N, V Ryabin (Ref.. 11) iE!
mentioned. There is 1 Soviet reference.
ASSOCIATIONi Moskovskiy energeticheskiy institut (Moscow Institute of
Power Engineering)
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PRESENTED: May 25, 10601 by Yu. N., Rabotnov, Academician
SUBMITTEDi May 17, 196o
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GUTKIN A.M ; NOVODVORSKAYA, Ye.M.; GRIDASOVA, L., red. izdva;
OVA, L.L., tekhn. red.
(Methods for conducting exercises in physics (in institutes of
higher education); methodologJaal manual for teachers in
tekhnical colleges]Metodika provedeniia uprazhneii. pa fizike
No vtuze); metodicheskoe posobie dlia prepodavatelei vysshikh
tekhnicheskikh uchebnykh zavedenii. Moskva,, Gos.izdvo
"Vashaia shkola." Pt.l. [Mechanics and molecular physics] Me
khanika i molekuliarnaia f12ika, 1961. 174 p. (MIRA 15:1)
(PhysicsStudy and teaching)
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B020/BO56
AUTHOR: Gutkin, A. M.
TITLE: Extrusion o'L a viscoplastic medium between sliding plane
parallel walls
PERIODICAL: Kolloidnyy zhurnal, v. 23, no. 1, 1961, 2024
TEXT: The problem of the flow of a viscoplastic ShvedovBingham medium in
a plane capillary under the action of oressure,.which acts in one direc'
ti;n, as well as of the tangential stress is dealt with, which acts in
DerDendicular direction. The axis is orientated perpendicular to the walls
(Fig.). The flow per unit length of the capillary tube is
a
2(v x + vdx) (2/3p) (dp/dz) (a3_xl)',z, a ya_~+ L2
x (dp/dz) 2
1
x Q/I(dp/dz)l + QT2 2 1n ra(ldp/dzl)
1 dp./dz
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VIT2+a2 2
+ (jdp/dzj) X G +1119 1?) (15), (where U denotes tangential stress,
9  the limiting tensile stress) which is correct only when t~ Z 9.
When ['." 9, the width of the elastic zone vanishes and for the flow through
the unit length of the capillary tube, relation (16) holds.
2a' djo Oa + a
a + + in
Q 311 dz IL Id, I I dz dz
(dP
dz dz
(16)'
The velocity vy is obtained from equation
dv dx  VILL  Q/ 2 2 2
y/ "t"j/ 1+(x 1C ) (dp/dz) (12), if it is assumed that the
left layer of liquid of the capillary tube is immobile, i.e., Vy9.O; with
xa
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P)
+
dz
(x +a) Cie In
p pa + I/. d
L
_JL 't + a'
dz dz
and with a 4 x 4 'x
c(a2x, +x)
1.6 1 + + J,2 (.,.I Lp+ CtL. X2
In 7, d2 dz dz)l (18)
; (_.Id ,, LPI 
LO + Ldp' )0 '+" L1,
zj El +1 %~dz.. r
dz d: zj dz
The velocity of the right liquid layer for given quantities dp/dz and
'C'is given by
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2t: (a it)
7
P 't2 (~P_ 7 x~ L'~'j ++ r7p.
2"' In Ld, dz 1 dz
dz
In the absence of the elasti 0 zonep i.e.,, if t' >, 0, With X09 equation
d 'V2 +as (!LP
dr
2to &ft* In (20)
P.
dz
is obtained for the velocity of the right:liquid layer from (19). From
this it follows that for a viscoplastic disperse systemt in contrast to a
truly viscous liquidp both components of the flow velocity tensoT depend
uDon the amount of both floweffecting stresses. ' Finally, it is said
that the eouations obtained in the present paper hold also for the case of
extrusion of a disperse system in a narrow clearance between two coaxial
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Extrusion of a viscoDlastic ... B020056
cylinders, one of which rotates. An exceDtion exists only if the tangential
stress Zapplied to any cylinder differs ;nly little from the limii"ing
tensile stress 9, and if also the pressure gradient is small,i.e., if the
conditions I I
19  ZVO I dp/dz 1 /9 z~ I
are satisfied. In this case, the inequality of tensile stress on the
surface of the inner and outer cylinder acquires decisive importance.
Within the entire remaining region of tensile stresses, the flow 9
through a narrow clearance between two cylinders of radii R 1and R 2 and
height L may be calculated from (15) and (16). For this purpose, 9 may be
multiplied'in the equations (15) and (16) by 5(R I+R 2) , and instead of
a (R R /2) (21 instead of M/ (R +R L (22), and
2 1 1 2)
~~2)/ dp/dz) at . Z4,9..(23) and x  0 must be substituted at
X G  , I
T 0. The angular velocity of the inner cylinder may be calculated
from theequations (19) and (20), if v is divided by R1/2(R 1+R 2) , and is
substituted from equations (21)(23). G. V. Vinogradov*, V. P. Pavlov,
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and A. A. Mamakov are mentioned. Professor 11. P. Volarovich and Profes
sor G. V. Vinogradov are thanked. There are 1 figure and 3 Sovietbloc
references.
ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy energeticheskiy institut, Kafedra fiziki
(Moscow Power Engineering Institute, Chair of Physics)
SUWIITTED: December 19, 1959
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LOMIZE, G.M. Lt GUTKI14A.,~. ; ZHUKOV, N.V.
Measurement of the conditionally instantiuleous modulus of 
elasticity, in tenacious soils. Inzh.fiz. zhur. 5 no.6:6166
Je 162. (NIFLA 15:12)
1. EnergeticheskiyInatitut, Moskva.
(Elasticity)
(Soil research)
S/069/62/024/001/001/GO."
BI 191BI 01
AUTHOR: Gutkin, A. M.
TITLE: Slow compression of a viscoplastic disperse system
PERIODICAL: Kolloidnyy zhurnal, v. 24, no. 1, 1962, 8  10
TEXT: The slow flow of a viscoplastic disperse system between two coarse,
rigid, parallel plates in the form of a band or disc was studied. For the
bandshaped system, the force F acting during compression of the plates per
unit length, of the band is:
2 4 1/2 3 3
F = 2bp0 4 'rob /a + (4/5)(~U' ,/a ) ) + 4 ~Ub /9 a
(2a a thickness of the system; 2b = breadth), for the discshaped system:
F  nR2p + n0t /2a + (27t/7)('qUt'R7/2a4)1/2 + n,.tUR4/12a3
0 0 0
(R  radius). The relationship between the acting force and the velocity U
at which the compressed plates are approaching is expressed by equation
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Slow compression of a viscoplastic ... B119/BI01
(F  2bpo  2bp, (9)
k , a
U 25
52 TIM
for the bandshaped, and*by equation
11W LR 49a (F  nRzpa (13)
U (FARtpo 2?_~
2n%q[OR7 I,2R&ro
for the discshaped system. The lateral pressare coefficient depends on
the shape of the system and on the value of the lateral pressure.
I = p OAPO + C0b/2a) for the bandshaped system , and x  po/(po + ZOR/2a)
for the discshaped system. There are 1 fiEure and 2 Soviet r,:fqrences.
Card 2/3
VOLAROVICH., M.P.; GUTKIN, A.M.
Calculating ultimate shearing stress in suspensions with
particles having a rigid dipole mment. Dokl. AN SSSR 143
no.4:896897 Ap 162. (MIRA 15:3)
1. Kalininskiy torfyanoy institut. Predstavleno akademikom
P.A.Rebinderom.
(ColloidsDipole moments) (Strains and stresses)
 If
LOMIZE) G.M.; GUTKIN, A.M.~ ZHUKOV, N.V.
Study of the rheological properties of plastic clays. Ozn., fwid i
mekh grun. 5 no.2:14 '63, (M13A 160)
(Clay~Testjng)
GLITKIN., A.M.,(Moscow):
"On unsteady and quasisteady flows of a viscoplastic medium."
report presented at the 2nd AllUnion Congress on Theoretical and Applied
Mechanics, Moscow, 29 Jan  5 Feb 64.
I
, i'~ : !': :,. ( .: ~;~  _f
. F ~~I, ~ :, . J., _~~;
I . . I t .. i ~ 1~ _.
I
VOIAROVICH, M. P.; A. ~1. (Noscow)
I
"The flow of a viscoplastic medium under combined stresses"
report presented at the 2nd AllUnion Congress an Theoretical and Applied
Mechanics, Moscow, 29 Jan  5 Feb 1964.
GUTKIN, A.M.
Extrusion of a viscoplastic disperse mass between Ghding plane
parallel walls. Koll. zhur. 23 no.1:2024 JaF 161.
k4URA 17.2)
VOLAROVICH, M.P.; GUTKIN, A.M.
Flow of viscoplasoc disperse sysiems in the clearance between two
coaxial tubes. Kofl.zhur. 25 no.6i642645 ND 163. (MIRA 17d)
1. Kalininskiy torfyanoy instituto~kafedra fiziki i 14oskovskiy ener
geticheskiy institut, k&fedra fiziki.
CUTKRI, Abrwn Markovich, dots., FEWIROVA, Irl art Petrov7jr, dlo's.;
 "..  ValTITK,TMna AloRwindrovnap dotli.) r,f,d.
[Errors in physical measurements] Pogreahnosti pri fiziche
skikh izmereniiakh. Moskva, Energ. int, 19(V,. 28 p.
(1,11,U 18 . 5)
GUTKIII, A.S.; SlILYAPRIKOVA, A.G.
New methods for housing construction; practicey of the Obukhovo
Combine. Bet.i zhel.bet. no.4:148152 Ap 6o. (MIRA 13:8)
1. Glavnyy inzhener Obukhovskogo, kombinsta (for Outkin). 2. Glevnyy
M
tekhnolog Obukhovskogo kombinata (for Shlyapnikova).
(Leningrad?Tecast concrete construction)
1VkNOV, A.Ya., prof., otv.red.; AGRANOVSKIY, Z.M., prof., red.;
ANDREYEVAGALANINA, Ye.TS., prof., red.; ANICHKOV, S.V., prof.,
red.; BABAYANTS, R.A., prof., red.; BASHENIN, V.A., prof., red.;
AUTK14yA*~., prof~, red.; KAMYSHANOV, A.F., dotsent, red.; 
KLIONSKIY, Ye.Ye., prof., red.; RYSS, S.M.'y prof., red.;
SMIRNOV, A.V., prof., zasluzhennyy deyatell nauki, iced.;
TIKHOVJROV, P.Ye.p prof., red.; CHISTOVICH, G.N., prof., red.
[Now informative material on the methodology for sanitation of
the environment, and the prevention, diagnosis and treatment,of
some diseases; results of research at the Leningrad Medical
Institute of Sanitation and Hygiene to assist in the practice of
public health] Novye informatsionnye material po metodike ozdorovleniia
Yneshnei sredy, preduprezhdeniiu, diagnostike i lecheniiu nekotorykh
zabolevanii;'rezul'taty nauchnykh issledovanii LSGMI v pomoshch'
praktike zdravookhraneniia. Leningrad, 1961. 105 p. (Leningrad.
Sanitarnogigienicheskii meditsinskii institut. Trudy, vol.73).
(MIRA 17:3)
1. Deystvitellnyy chlen AMN SSSR (for Anichkov). 2. Chleny
korrespondenty AMN SSSR (for Babayants, Ryss).
GUTKPIT, A.Ya,
23587 ANALIZ NOM1, FROYeKTIROVANIYa DETSKIKh SADOV I TIPOVYXh
PROYeKTOV K NIM V GIGlYellIIChESc!,'OM CITNSUNII. GIGlYeNA
SANITARIYa, 1949, No. 7, C. 3844.
SO: ISTOPISI NO. 319 191+9.
G71ITSBERG, A.S, arichtektor; GUT!:! urofesser, d0tor medit:.;lukilch nali?.
An efficieat design must be worked ou'. for the new scl4ools. Gor.
khoz,Mosk. 25 no.6;2324 je '51,
(Schao'L.'Iousea)
GUUTIT'IN, A, YA,
Gigienicheskie osnovy Dlanirov'Ki, stroitellstva I sanitarnotekiinicheskogo
oborudovaniia Shkoly jrincjples of hygiene in the planning and building of
schools and their equipmenji/. Leningrad, Medgiz, 1952. 208 p. (Trudy
Leningr. san.gigien. med. inta)
SO: Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Vol. 7, No. 3, June 1954.
GUTKIN, A.Ya.
Problem of school hygiene in the framework of city sanitary inspection.
Gig. sanit., Moskva no3:4247 Mar 1953. (GIML 24:3)
nACHKOWXAYA, N.G. [author]; GUTTKIN, A Lreviewer].
OMucation of children with poor ey.esight.* H.G.Krachkovskaia, Reviewed
by A.0titkin. Gig.i man. no.7:6263 J1 '53 (KLHA 6*'7)
(Children, Abnormal and backward) (Defective eight in children)
0[rachkovakaia. N.G.)
GUTKIN, A.Ya., professor.
7., .1 ;,., V, ~  . . .
ies of sanitation in the planning of buildings for general
Prinaip
schools. Trudy WGKI 14:162176 153. (PMU 7:9 )
(School hygiene)
SubJect USSR/Medicine
AID P  2902
Card 1/1 Pub. 37  19/20 
Author Gutkin, A. Ya.
Title Review Tf sy'mposium "Problems of School Hygiene".
Proceedings of the Scientific Research Institute of
Physical Training and School Hygiene, Academy of
Pedagogical Sciences, RSFSR, 1953, No. 51, 336 p.
Periodical Gig. i san., 9, 6062, S 1955
Abstract A favorable review of the nine articles by five
authors contained in the above symposium.
Institution : None
Submitted : No date
GUTKIN,A,Xa~~qprofi~ 
SGMI 36:8999 156.
Teaching a course in school hygiene. Trudy L (MIU 14:1)
(SCHOOL HYGIEUSTUDY AND TUCHING)
GUTKIN, A.Ya.
Research work of the Leningrad Sanitary Hygiene and Medical
Institute in the field of child and adolescent hygiene.
Tnuiy LSVAII 31:510 '56. (MIRA 12:8)
1. lafedra shkol'noy gigiyeny Laningradakogo sanitarno
gigiyanichoskogo meditsinakogo institute. (zav. kafedroy 
Prof. AYa.Gutkin).
(SCHOOL WA<H,
research in Russia (Rue))
GUTKIN
Hygienic princiPles and controversial problems In school
planning during the past 20 years. 193554. Trudy L&MI
31:1130 156. (MIRA 12:8)
1. Kafedra shkollnoy gigiyeny Leningradskogo sanitarnogigiyeniche
akogo neditsinskogo instituta (zav. kafedroy  prof. A.Ya.Gatkin).
(SCHOOL M.'ALTH,
hyg. aspects of school planning (Rue
.I
(I., ( /, A /,k //~ ,/"; ,
I
GUtXIN, A,Ya., prof.
Nindemic goiter among schoolchildren in Costa Rica. Gig. i san.
22 ao.11:100101 N '57 (MIRA 11:1)
(COSTA RICAGOITAR)
GUTKIN. A.Ys., p rof .
Some peculiarities and tasks in the hygiene of children and
adolescents. Gig. i aan. 23 no.1:2732 Ja '58. (MIRA 11:2)
1. Iz Leaingradskogo sanitarnogigiyonicheakogo meditainakogo
institute .
(CHILD WILVARN
in Russia)
GTJTKIN., A.Yaprof.
Planning, construction and equipment of schooln abroad; review
of literature. Gig. & san. 23 no.3:6369 Mr 158. (MI]RA 11:4)
1. Is kafedry gigiyeny detey I podroatkoy Leningradshrogo sanitarno
giglyenicheakogo zeditainskogo institutri.
(SCHOOLS
planning, construction A equipment, review)
GUTKI N, A.Ya., prof. (Leningrad)
Role of G.V. Xhlopin in the organization of Public Health Sanitary
Hygiene Research Institute in Leningrad. Gig. i san. 23 no7:8587
J1 '58. (mrRA 12:1)
(SANITATION
contribution of G.V. Xhlopin (Rua))
(HYGLUE
same)
(BIOGRAPHIMS
Milopin, G.V. (Rua))
GTJTKIN, A.Ya., prof .
Now illumination standards* Gig. i san. 23 no8:5052 A 158
fMIRA 11:9)
1, Is loningradskogo sanitarnoeigiyanichaskogo meditsinskogo
inatitimta;
(IL'LUKMTION,
standards (Rus))
GUTUN, A.Ya., prof . (IMIEGIUM)
Construction of childrenla institutions in the German Democratic
Republic. Gig. I. san. 23 no9:5659 5158 (11*.rRA 11:11)
(CH im WELFAIM,
in Germwjy (Rus))
GuTKiN, A.
"Bibliography of Russian disertations on pedintrics,children's
infections, the history of pediatrics and the organization of
pediatric public health during the past 150 years (18041954)
by V.S. Vail' . Reviewed by A. Gutkin. PedintrUft 36 no.6:95
Je '58 (MIRA 11:6),
(PEDIATRICS)
GUTKrK, A.Ya.
Child hygiene as basis for the prevention of senescence [with
summar7 in English]. Trudy LSGMI 44:z46265 158 (HIRA 11: 12)
1, Needra gigiyeny detey i podrostkov Leningradskogo sanitarno
gigiyenicheskoko moditainskogo instituta (zav. kafedrc7  profs*
A. Ya. Gutkin).
(HYGME
child h7g. as basis for rotardation of sensescowe (Rua))
(AGIKGI
Sme (Rug))
L:iT, .t ___ ~, *  . 
 i: __.,  .. , J. I 
"i'lodern Ratus and 'fasks of of C'didren ard Ado'escents."
report submitted at the 13th AllUnion ConiTre3s of Hy,gieniz5ts, Epidezu'ologist5
and Infectiordsts, 1959.
t!,,e l3ti, r,f
GUTKIV, Abram rakovlevich MYILIH S.Ta., red.; RULLTA, H.S., tekhn.red.
I
(Hygiene in the polytechnical training of schoolboys] Gigiena
politekhnicheakogo obuchenila shkol'nikov. Leningrad, Gos.izdvo
med.litry Medgiz, Leningr.otdnle, 1959. 154 p. (KIRA 13:3)
(VOCATIONAL FMCATIONHYGIANIC ASPECTS)
(SCHOCL RTGIMM)
AGGY,YEV, P.K., prof.; A1flJRLrYNVAGALAJTINA, Ye.TS., prof.; BASffitndlli, V,A.,
prof.; BEITMOISOIT, M.Ye., doktor med.nmik.; Vv.SUGORODTSgVA, V.D.,
prof.; GESSEN, A.I., dotsent; GUTIKIU, A.Tii., prof.; ZHDANOV, D.A.,
prof., laiireat Stalinskoy premiii~, ZRAMUSKIY, V.F. , prof.;
KLIONSKIY, Ye.Ye., prof.; 140NASTYRSKAYA, B.I., prof.; MOSEVIII,
I.A., prof.; MMHNIK, L.S., kand.med.nauk; PETROV14tISLAKOV, K.A.,
prof.; RUBINOV, I.S., prof.; RYSS, S.M., prof.; SMIIINOV, A.Y.,
prof., 2asluzheiinyy dayatell nauki; TD210MIROV, P.Ye., prof.;
TROITSKAYA, A.D., prof.; UDINTSEV, G.N., prof.; UFLYARD, Yu.H.,
prof.; FEWROV, V.K., prof.; KHILOV, K.L., prof., zaaluzhannyy
dayntell nauki; VADKOVSKAYA, Yu.V., prof.; KARMIAK, M.S., prof.;
PMOV, M.A., kand.med.nauk; POSTNIKOVA, V.M., kand.med.nauk;
RAPOPORT, K.A., kand.biolog.nmik; ROZENT11L, K.A.. prof.; YAM
LEVICH, Ye.I., kand.med.nauk; LYUDKOVSKAYA, N.I., teklm.red.
[Book on health] Kniga o zdorovIe. Moskva, Gos.izdvo mea.litry,
Madggiz, 1959. 446 p. (MIRA 12:12)
1. Chlonkorrespondent Akademii toeditsirir3kikh nauk SSSR (for
Zhanov, Udintsev). 2. Leningradakiy sanitarnogigiyeniche3kiy me
ditsinskiy institut (for all, except Vadkovskaya, )b3rshak, Petrov,
Postaikova. Rapoport, Rozentul, Yankelevich# Lyudkovskaya).
(HYGIIRM)
qUTKINPAX&y prof.; GLAUER, G.A.; NIKOLAYIN, A.N., PFEMAMENSKAYA, N.N.;
RODIIIA, A.P.
Physical grovth of school children in Kirovsk (Arctic region).
Gig.i san. 25 no.8:2327 Ag 160. (MIIU 13: 11)
1. Iz kafedry gigiyeny detey i podrostkov Leningradskogo san1tarno
gigiyenicheskogo meditsinskogo instituta.
(COLDPHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT)
(KIROVSKXHILDRENGROWTH)
GUTKIN, A.Ya., prof.
Preliminary data on some hygienic principles in designing
boarding schools. Gig. i san. 26 no.7:4551 Jl 161. (14IRA 15:6)
1. Iz kafedry gigiyeny detey i podrostkov Leningradskogo
sanitarnogigiyenicheskogo meditsinskogo instituta.
(SCHOOLHOUSES)
GUTKINt A.Ya.2 prof,
I
Resea~cii on chi34 and adolescent hygiene in the coming years,
Gig. i san. no. 10:8991 0 160. (MIRA 13:12)
1, Iz kafedry gigiyemy detey i. podrostkov Leningradekogo eanitamo
gigiyenicheskogo maditainskogo instituta.
(SCHOOL HYGIENE)
GUTKIflj, A.Ya.., prof.
Topic outline of scientific research carried out b7 young hygienistks
of the Leningrad Medical Institute of Sanitation and Hygiene. Biul.
Uch. med. sov. 2 no.6:3032 ND 161. 0"di'Lk 15: 1.)
(PUBLIC HEALTH jL,;SZARGH)
GUTKIN, A.Ya., prof. (Leningrad)
1  
By various ways towards one goal. Zdorovle 8 no.8:1011 Ag 162.
(MIRA 15:8)
(CPILDPINCARE AND HYGIENE)
,_____~UTKIN, A.Ya., prof.; RODINA, A.P., dotsent
Hygienic aspects of teaching. Zdorovle 8 no.12:1617 D 162.
(MIRA 1611)
(TEACHING.ffGIENIC ASPECTS)
GUTKIN, A.Ya., prof.
Hygiene of the training process and problems of raising the
working capacity of schoolchildren. Vrach.delo, no.3:115319
Mr 163. (IMIRA 16:4)
1. Kafedra gigiyony detey i podroetkov (zav.  prof. k.Ya.Gutkin)
Leningradskogo sanitarnogigiyenicheskogo peditsinakogo institute..
(SCHOOL HYGIENE)
GUTLIN,.,4~41~j prot
C4rrent tasko a the school physician. Vop.okb. mat. i det. 8
no.2.8467 F163. 0,11RA 16:'
1. Iz kafedry gigiyeny detey i podroatkov (zav.  prof. A. Ya.
Gutkin) leningradskogo sanitarnogigi nicheskoo meditsinsko
Ye
go instituta.
(SCHOOL PHYSICIAIZ)
GUTKINY A. TA., prof.
Hygiene for ohLldren rd adoTescents aa a baois tor prolonginIf
the average life span of the population. Gig. L san. 28 no.6s
7682 J063 (MIRA 1724)
1. rz kafedry glgiyeny detay i podrogitkoT Loningradrkogo
sanitsxno~Igiyenicheskogo meditainskogo instiILlta.