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fe~Ptfls~j~ Ill: 171-c, :;j-; I Ej I tI M I r4itt Pr '!I lllr'~ I I It I NH I MIAN I I H It fill] It H IRM EIRRIll I till I I 1111:1111111M I HIM14MBUITI It 1`25111ii I If I IF, I "It-I I I I A I Oll Ill I I I I i'Wel I 'I 1IN M., U31 It Vill I I W" ^J, The Influenco of ocygeit atigorhod at Itir,li. t4niporaturol , upon the electrochemical behavior 4f Plildillitil. T. V, Kallei and R. Kh. Bursliteln, Dok14,j.Y Ak,;J. NaiyAj S.S.S.R. 88, 8W34(1953); rr. C.A. 46, 'he peric-i tratio a of 0 into heated Pt Was stl I dici I by detit. t he e4flan tit Yl 'removvil by cathodic po.tafiz~itioa. A Ill: tiect;oxic (23 4(1,' eln Krea) wxi rw~lled ilit') a 'Jumtr, villic-11 l;-1 dvgaisitig at A known clumitity tit C) (12.6 I 10'4 111015. of O/F(I. Clu. jjjjt..XenL area t;f 11t) Wall ...... ...... sottwil at SN), WN), or Larger iunt% (unific-11-sured) were also ab!--orbed at 0.5 airn. After coolijig, 6,1giawd elec. trolyte was added by breaking art autput. The fiotintfitl will meaFored vs. 't 11 electrode urail a stable value wan readied.. ' A :utluxtic ~ttrteut of 2 X 10-1 aull). wiri then applied, aud, i-d as if the time for the poteatial to drop to Zero was Ins mensure of 0 rernoved (0.61"A X 1313 inuls. of 0,41. cm.)j The Inmier t1tiantity cor-e-slinticPA to it atuncilayer. A di-.t,- t X), tit I)k tinct lates I ovcarycd in IN Hl) -0.7 v, t,ot Old P not oectir in 1.42N HCf. U'pon interrupting Olt cathodic polari-.aticn 'it TNSOA iolti., the potential rose-- fiflrlol jrrpidly *to 0.6-0.7 v. Relvated polarizat-ioll 1"ill Oodil a int,r. rupt*an iva;i lf~tjod to rem3ve 0 gradua y risaing fronj r deeor layers at the tuctal. After 4 polariz-aliona, 2.51 X 101; 0, rioli. /sq. cult. were ri~mnv&i after absorbigir.36.5 X, 1016 mols./sq. cut. at 852*, similarly. 4.&S X 1011 inols./scl. cm. wife removed alter ab-sorblag bit 4 X ICP 0 laols./S.1j. cut. at (tie naille tollp. In mvel-41 cakits, 1:1 ioov;ise Its length of tilt! platemi wa-i noted rilkire (in int(r,: -i was 'titterpActed as it gradual, truptio:t of several bri. TH. mnetration of wit-ropores of the surface by elect,- e. (1! 1 1 1 1 or fe-1 absotf-ed at hillber terripi. r,equircd it longer flul: 1 R. D. h1iwh -V nlw'. 1:1 ;;Ult 111WHIflill 111VU11tj !lip. jul2ti-I I if] t3jj?v ~jlwvma o'1 4ALTSHp T. V. USSR/ChendstrY Card 1/1 Authors I Kalish, T. V,, and Frumkin A. N. Title I Effect of enion adsorption on tha redul-,tioniot an S 0 on on a 2 13 drop cathode Periodical Zhur. Fiz. Khim- 28, ~d- 3, 473-489, bir.arch j-954 Abstract I It is shown that the reaction of e1tct::ra-rodut Lion of ~ah S~)_._Ion on a mercury, electrode is retarded b4r the adsorbing ani.pns.- The rate of this reaction, at a positive, surfau'! ckhargp in relation to the nature of the indifferent elect~lrolYt~!, decreases Fra4- ually. The potential at which the cmr~-ent lryLensity dot-respond- ing to this reaction reaches 0.8 in proportioUl to the mixii~am diffusion current is displaced toward the rpi!Fati-,re z;ide.. A:'. a negative surface charge one can observes a certain weaklY e:~- rressed dependence of the rate of upon the nature of the anions which in this case are.!,oeiented in reverse sequence. The effect of adsorption imions leads to the con- vergence of the potential with the point of~:the zero-charge. Thirty references; 1 USSR. ninec 1919 rat):ies, prapiis. Institution Acad. of Sc. U351( Institute of Physic.-ial CheMistry, Moscow Submitted t June 11, 1953 ALIM, C V MR/Chemi-stry Card 1/1. Authorip :K&Uehv T, V., and FnAin, A. N.~ Title Position-of the zero-'charge point; ai 64 on of a S20S anion on a drop electrode Periodical t Zhur, Fiz. Khim., 28$ Ed. 5~ 801 805, Kay,1954 Abstract : Exreriments showed that, the beginning gf the dosceWor the pojari' ;ation curve,, during electro-reduction of $208 on a arop electrode consisting of 40% thallium amalgam, is disvlaced by 0.5 v tot4ard wre negative potentials, which corresponds with the nosition oL char',Fo point of ithallium _the zeri: amalgam. The retardation of the S208 reduction r~taction over::& mercury electrode in solutions containing n-octyl alcohol the absorption of alcohol molecules$ the action of'which 'is affect4O. by:the negative charges of the surface. Seven USSR refereneas. Graphd. Institution Acad. of Sc. USSR, Institute of Physical ChemLijLry, MO~SCOW. Submitted July 8, 1953 IRVINA, S.D.; KALISH, T.V. lotion of atomic hydrogen on polarixed electrodes in electolyte solutions. Dokl. AN SSSR 109 no-5sg7l-974 Ag. 1956. (MIRA 911O) 1. Predstavleno nkademikom,Aj, Fruskinym. (Hydroge'n) (Blectrolysts) 6790 _W0 S. S/029/60/130/03/025/065 ALTHORSt Leviria, S. D., Kaliggh, -T. 3L_ B004/B011 TITLEz The Influence of Radiolysin on the POt(111tiELl Of the Nickel ElectrodJin an Al!:Lline Solution in Depcndence on tht~ Con- position of tho Gas Phazie PERIODICALi Dokla(ll A)-fL(J0mLj niLuk SSSR, V60, Vul 150, 1:r J)P 573-576 (Ii SSR) ABSTRACTs The author_- found in reforunce 1 thzit the potontip_l arisine on the action Of VAOLIiC hydrogen iinder fAmonpheric pressure on a nickel electrode in an alkaline solution is by 45 - 60 mv more negative than is the potential of the reveruible hydrogen elec- trode. In the present paper they inveotigatod the behavior of the Hi-electrode under the simultaneous action of atomic hydrogen, atomic oxygen and OH radicals produced by radiolysis. The apparatus which ixide it possible to carry out the experi- ments in vacuum or at a certain Oas ure!isure is illustrated in figure 1. The nickel electrodes were r,oduced at 4000 in hydroGen atmosphere and were stored in H uritil the time of the experiment. 0.66- 11 NaOH cerved is alkaline solution. Radiolysis Card 1/3 took place by means of an X-ray tube whir1i -;upplied an energ 67910 The Influence of Radjolysis on the Potential of S/0201 60/130/03/025/065 the Nickel Electrode in an Alkaline Solution in B004/BO1I Dependence on the Composition of the Gas Phase Of 6.L1110 16 OV/Doc per CM3 of solution. FiLruro 2 shows the change with time of the electrode potential in the cane of re- poated connecting and diaconnectin,- the raiiiiition. The initial potential is by about 250 mv more positive th:)ft that of the reversible H-electrode, under the action of raOiation it first shifts by about 200 mv in a ne,,,ative dirc-ction, and olowly turne more positive after a few winutes. When radiation is dis- connected, a chift occurs in the neLr;ativc. direction. This procedure can be repeated by connectin- and disconnecting the radiation, until the electrode is coated with a thick oxide layer. The potential shifts observed are explained by initial adsorption of H and the subsequent action of the oxidizing substances forminG in the solution, whose concentration in- creases with the duration of the irruliition. The reaction courso in the solution, the for;.-lotion nnd the decompositicn of H202 are still to be investigated, The curvuf3 drawn in the Card 2/3 presence of neon (6 - 10 torr) aGree with thc curvor, drawn in I~/ 67943 T:~c Irfluonce of R,'!Aiolyri-~ (',I''PntclitiV-1 ni, Sy"020/6-0/130/03/025/065 t11(- flicl-cl Blcc~,L-od,~ ill Ln Al'~ linc 'Solution in 13000011 Du,:on(lunce on the Co111j')L;it1-m Of thO Plla.,,e the ztboonce of PPitve 7 Aiuwc the bcli-ivlor of the nickel Q1UGtX'0d0 ill thQ Of (LO torr, C, torr) and 11 + Ve (1 + C torr). To thif,' 0111~" of potent-jal onciir wit', comiuctinL; -,,.lid of the r-adiantion; thic l,otjnti,-,.l al-,;oot coincidef~ witli the one of re- vei-L;ible 11-olectrode ill the of 11 + Kc,. lrl-.r-- r.;Ilill present low potential flucturtions are explilinw.l. ly effecto and redox processes. Tho authoru i;iention Tv. 1, Zallr:ind and V. I. Vcoelovskiy (Refs 3,4), and N. A. 5!mr:~~ovskaya and R, Kh. Bursht-eyn (Rof 5). They th.1* ill: Acurlu;,.,.ician A. F. Fruikin and P. I. Dolin for discu:-.-.;inf; the experiL-imit-l data. There are 3 figures and 6 rQfcrercc,39 5 of whiclL 1:re Soviet. ASSOCIATIOIT-z Institut olektrokhiriii Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of of thg &cademy of gciences, USSR) PRESENTED: October 7, 1959 by A. N. Friamkin, Academician SUBMITTED: teptember 28, 1959 Card 3/3 U.VINA,, S.D.i KALISH, T.V. Effect of atomic hydrogen on the potential of ni~;kel and mercury e--ectrodeB in electrolyte solutions. Zhur. fiz. khl-,n. 36 no.9z 1926-1931 S 162. (MMA 17:6) 1. Institut elektrokhImli AN SSSR. MAKLAKOVA, Tatlyana Georgiyevna; SIROYET, D.D., zisuchn" red.; KALISH, T.G., nauchW red,; GORSHKOV, A,F., red.; SWILIYAKOVA, N.Y., [Panel housing construction; structural and architectural solutions] Panellnoe domostroenie; rasvitie konstruktivnykh i arkhitakturno-planirovachnykh reshanii. Koskva, Goo.ild-vo lit-ry po stroit., arkhit. i stroit.materialams 1959. 190 P. WRA 13:6) (Concrete slabs) (Apartment houses) mnwww, B.Yu., arkhitektor; GROSSKAN, V.G., arkhitektor; KALISH, V.G., arkhitektors, nauchnyy red.; PAVLEMO, H,V., rtd.izd-va; TEMKIRA, Ye.L., [Hotel-type apartment houses; design and construction] Zhilye doma gostinichnogo tips.; opyt proektiroyaniia i stroitelletva. Hoskra, Gos.izd-vo lit-ry po atroit., arkhit. i strait.material=. 1960. 151 p. 04IRA 13:6) (Apartment houses) --KALIS1J,-.-Y-G.; KOSSAKOVSKIT, V.A.; RZIMOINA. 0.1.; KOROZOVA, G.V., red.; GCLOVKDU, A.A., [Houses and apartments in foreign countries; multistory housing construction] Tipy domov L kvartir ze rubezhom; mnogoetazhnoe zhilishchnoe stroitellstvo. Moskva. Gos.izd-vo lit-ry po stroit., arkhit. i stroit.m3terialam, 1959. 207 p. (MIRA 14:1) (Apartment houses) t-MI1111, GUSEV9 Nik9lay MikhaylovichIMISH VOG-Y arkb., nauchriyy rod.; FAVLBIKO, M.V., red* izd-va; T p et Op tekhn. red. (Natural lighting of buildings) Estestvermoe osvea~chenle zdanii. Moskva,, Goo. izd-vo lit-ry po stroit., arkhit. i Atroit. mate- rialamp 1961. 168 p. (MBA 34-10) 1, Chlen-korrespondent Akademii stro~tellstva i arkhitektury SSSR (for Gusev). (Lighting) KRUTOV, Vitaliy Ivanovich; KALISH G G doktor tokhn. nauk, prof., retsenzent; tekbn. nauk, red.; YELIMEV, M.S., red. izd-va; TIXWOV, A.Ya., tekhn. red, [Analysis of the operation of automatic control systems] Analiz raboty sistem avtomaticheskogo regulirovaniia. Hosk7a., Gos. naucbno-tekhn. izd-vo mashinostroit. lit-ry, 1961. 178 p. (XITLA 14: 10) (Automatic control) L 385m-66 CWP ( t) IM IJP(c) JD ACC NRAP6027699 G_ _Obk._dY166j~~16_616 W16_6f16dj._o16_(~k I AUTHOR: kodrlo, Ludek (Enginoor); Kalisch, Eduard (Engineer) ORG: klotallurgical Research Institute, 1(lomont GottwaM Vitkovice Iron 'Works, Ontra (Vyz1aimny ustav mtalurgioky VZKG) 4~ TITM : Controlling the deoxidation of *rim-.dng stool according to the wlton battli cov position prior to the tapping operation'-*'*--'---------' SOURCE: Hutnicko listy, no. 1, 1966, 10-16 TOPIC TAGS: rimmed stool, alloy composition, molten metal, slag, motallurgic procesu metal analysis ADSTRACT: The influence of the composition of the stool before tapping on t~ojqualit, of the stool is discussed; the relativo importance of the contents of px go , manga- Z nose and carbon are doscribod. The relationship boUmon tho release of carbon none- :ddo and the contents of carbon and of oxygon is reviewed. A mothod for the calcula- 4. on of the content of thooretical o.\Ivgon in the stool is described; -the doterminatio 1A of the ano-Lmt of dooxidant roquIrod is discussed. A mthod for cheeldmg the results of deoxidation by the analysis of a slag sample is described. Ori art. has: 8 1 figures and 1 table. LB-ased on authors' Eng. abst.7 LjPRSr 34,512~ SUB CODE -. 11 / SUal DAVS: none ORIG RZF % 001 / OTH MW - co6 Card 1/1 rV UDC: 662.046 L 34427-66 ACC-Nk.--AA026195 EW P (k)/F_NP (t)/'ET IIJP(c) JD SOURCE CODE: CZ/0034/65/609/011/6770/0776 AUTHOR: Koderle, Ludek (Engineer);Kalisch, Eduard-Kalish, Ye. (Engineer) ORG: Metallurgical Research InstituteL VZKG, Ostrava (Vy%kumny ustav metalurgicky VZKG) A TITLE. Effect of the oxygen content in the molten bath on the faulty character of the teeming process of rimming steel 1110 SOURCE: Hut eke listy, no. 11, 1965, 770-776 TOPIC TAGS: molten metal, metallurgy ABSTRACT: The article reports on an investigation of variations in the composition of the molten steel bath and a statistical analysis of operating data for a two year period. The results showed the feasibility and the need to control the deaxidation process according to the composition of the molten steel bath. Ctrig. art. has: 16 figures and 1 table. [Based on authors' Eng. abstract) IJPRS: 33,7321 SUB CODE: 11 / SUBM DATE: none / ORIG REF: 001 / SOV REF: 001 OTH REF: 016 Card I/I UDG: bb9#U415-5.53: KALISHCHUK. A.G.: AVSiREYKH, A.S., inzh. Compact loading of machinery and mechanisms on flat cars. Zhel.dor.tranap. 44 no.6:76-78 Je 162. OffRA 15:8) .1. Glavnyy inzh. stantaii Brest-Mentrallnyy Belorusi3koy dorog! (for Kalishchuk). 2. Stantsiya Breat-Tsentrallnyy Belorusskoy dorogi (for Avstreykh)* (Railroads-Freight) (Loading and unloading) ARBUZOV, N.T.. kand.takhn.nauk; GROMOV, V.L., kand.tokhri.naiik; GORSKIT, B.Z., kand,tekhnenauk; 1. kand.tekhn.muk; KUNITSKIT, L.P., kand.tekhn.nauk; EMATO Wfid.tekhn.nauk; MOROZOV, N.Y., kand. tekhn.nauk; PILYUGIII. A.I., kand.tekhn.nauk; FRIMAK, N.S., kaod,,tekha. nauk; SMORSOV. S.A., kand.takhn.nauk; ULITSKIY, I.I., kand.tekhn. nauk: KHUTORYAMSKIY, H.S., kand.tekhn.nauk; SHMIITSIB, A.A., kand. tekhn.nauk; PINSKIY, Ye.A., inzh.; KARSAX, YaJe., red.; PATSALYUK. P.m., [Civil engineering handbook] Spravochnik po grazhdonskomu stroitell- stvu. Izd. 3-e, perer. I dop. Kiev, Gos. izd-vo tekhn. lit-ry USSR Vol. 1. 1958. 867 p. (MIRA 11:5) (Civil engineering--Handbooks, manuals, etc.) ARBUZOV, I.?., k9nd.tikhn.nsuk; GROMOY, V.L., kand.tokhn.nauk; GORSM, B.Z.i kand.tekhn.nauk; KALISHGHU, .4,L,, kand.tsklm.nauk; MITLKIT, L,P*, kand.tpkbn.:pa*-;..KMk6*, D.I., kand.tek1m.nauk;,HWZOV, N.V., kand.teldmr~.nauk; FiLmrN 'A,f6'-j'kqnd-,te 0' ' - &4.nauk; M, - Y, *i 1.5. - kand.tekhn.nauk; SHMMSOV,,.SA,,,.'-ii%-S~"i'ekhn.nauk; ULITMX~~-I.L, kand.tekhn.nauk; IHMORYARSKif',;~1f.S.,- lcand.-~*,hn.uauk; SMMMIS, A.A,, kand.-tel~finnauk- P'INSKIY. Te.A., inzh.; KORSAK, Yu.Ye., red.; 0 KATUSEVICH, S.M., Nanwl on civil engineering] Spravochnik po grazhdamskoma stroi- tel'stvu. Izd.4., ispr. Kief, Goa.12d-vo takhn.lit-ry. Vol.l. 1959. 867 p. Yol.2. 1959. 560 p. (MIRA 12:8) (Givil engineering) KALISHCHUK,-V.K.-,--slesarl Drill for cutting small-diameter conduits under roads. Stroi. truboprov. 7 no-4:26 Ap 162. (~aRA 15:5) 1. Strcltellnyy uc.'-.astok No.7 tresta Ukrgazn9fbesbrcy, Livov. (Drilling and boring machinery) FEDOROVICH, G.P.; DZYURAK, M.D.; BROSHNIVSKIY, Ya.O.j KALISHER, I.Ya. Methoe of radian '-ric and thermometric investigations under pressure ii, working producing wells in the Cis-Carpatbiam region. Neft. i gaz. prom. no.406-39 O-D f64,- (MTRA 18:2) y, V L. book Arplied 2!ogWIcS, Colloation of Artdvleu, No. 19 Uoscow, uoatopu=zdato 19~v 53pp. T'Ne articles an devoUd to a discussion CC methods at J.DtOMVUAS V&TiCKIS t"013 of electrical logs, methods of determfting the pnoaltyj, parimbility, " specitio surface Characteristics of water bouring rocks# and mothcda of deteivining the phyalcal properties of sideimts " tha abaracterist1cm of vw-Ic%w physi"I Varm-m-toars, A description of piezoelectric prousure recardiva vued in &wIeWc e=ploratiou Is RUO given. L 29710-66 - Bqp(j /EWT(I )_/EWT(m).jj.jEVp(t)/ETI.~ IJP(C) 14 q M_ ACC NRt AT6015406 (N) SOURCE CODEt LIR/925~52/65/000/104-510245/02!;6 AUTHOR: Veselov, K. Ye.; Kalisheva L. V.; Telepin, M. L. ORG: none TITIX: Using phase transitioni to Improve the thermostatic control of instruments SOURCE : Moscow. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-iseledovatellskiy razvedki. Prikladnaya geofizika, no. 45, 1965, 145-156 TOPIC TAGS: phase transition, thermostat, gravimeter, gallium bass alloy, ice, outect ic mixture ABSTRACT: The authors consider methods for improving the acc-,wacy of thermostatic con trol when using delicate instruments in physical experiments such as measuring the force of gravity for geological prospecting purposes. The thermoatatting action of low-melting materials during phase transitions from the solid to the liquid state and back is considered as a possibility for practical use in highly accurate stravimetricV' measurements. The opposition to changes in temperature In this case is due to the la- tent energy of the phase transitions (melting--solidification) of the fusible material A thermostat based on the two-phase principle with ice as the fusible material was uce for a quartz astatized gravimeter,4n 1954 at the Gravinetric Institute of the_&jj-jbak Scientific Research Institute Qf Goophysica. The instrument ma found to be sensi- 1/2 HP MI IlIgI111111munal L 27710-66 ACC Nal AT6015408 tive to mechanical shock and caused 9 ting of some of the gravimeter glasses. Ex- perimental thermostats using gallium allLum-based eutectic alloys and hydrocarbons are described. Out of a total of 87 alloys which were studied, two wort found to have promise as materials for two-phase thermostatst G&-Zn (95% Ga, 5% Zn, melting point 250) alloyed with lithium (2-3% Li) and bismuth (0.05-0.1% Bi), and Ga-Sn (92% Ga, 6% Sn, melting point 200) alloyed with bismuth (0.5-1% BL) and lithium (0.5-1% U). The ptwity of the initial components, accuracy in maintaining the autectic ratio and absence of harmful impurities are extremely important. The thermostat was made in the form of a double-walled polyethylene housing placed over the gravimeter case and put into a Dewar flask together with the gravimeter. The space between the malls of the thermostat was filled with the fusible material. Tests of the thermostat with a gallium-tin working alloy showed satisfactory resistance to thermal shook at the re- quired tempera ure (200). Among the hydrocarbons tested, the most satisfactory was n-heptadecane C17H36) with a melting point of 220. Field tests of a gravimeter us- ing a two-phade thermostat based on this material showed a zero drift of 1.3 agal/hr which in 1/10-1/20 of the drift for the same gravinater without compensation. Orig. art. has: 3 figures, 1 table, 1 formula. SUB CODE: 08/y/ A ORIG REF: 004/ OTH FIEFi 004 f4ATE, n0l-A- VlS7WVq K*Te.; GOLOMB, Vol.; KA6LISHVA, Lro; KUDYMOV, Mao; LOZINSKM, AoIo On FI, Wavchenko's bookt IGTarlmstrio prospooting for oil and gas.* Reviewed by K;Z. Veselov and others. PrikI. geofiz. no.19: 245454 158. (KIRA Ilt4) (Pro" et Ing.-Ge ophys Leal methods) (U-Jmvehonko, P.I.) 099TS-16) R.P.; GELID, P.V.; KAUSHEVICH, -' G.I. - ----- 7ber-mochemistry of iron silicides. Heat capacity, enthalpy and entropy of lebeauite. Izv. vys. ucheb. zaV.; chern. met. 6 no.11t 146-152 163. (M RA 17 13) I.-Urallskiy politekhnichaskiy Institut. KALISHEVICH, G.T.- GELID, P.V.; KRENTISIS. R.P. Heat capacity2 enthalpy2 and entropy of cobalt nononilicide. Teplofitz. vys. temp. 2 no.IiI6-20 Ja-F 164. (MIRA 170) 1. Ural~skiy politekhrAchesk4-y institut., -66 /i,NP N P RM,/~j -iTVjIv. ~69v;S ACC NR: AP6014896 A) SOURCE CODE: 1)'R/Ci076/,)5/039/01.2/2999/3'.)D1 Krant. ;AUTHOR: -Kalisbevich, G. I.; Gol I.d R. P. !ORG: Ural Pnly a nic Inallipt (Ural I skiy I _g politokhnicheskiy institut) 4, .TITLEr: iand of ':SOURCE: Standard heat papacities N"'~ ~ -chromium and its silicides ZburnaVfizicbeskoy helpielsof Silicon, entropies, and ent khimii, v. 39, no. 12,, 1965, 2999-3001 TOPIC TAGS: beat capacity, entropy, enthalpy, silicon, chromium compound ABSTRACT: The article reports a study of the temperature dependence of I the beat capacities of silicon and of chromium and its silicides in the ! temperature interval from approximately 54 to 3000K. The alloys for tbei , S1 99.999_" investiCation were prepared from monocrystnlline all-icon P and electrolytic cbromium ( rv 99.98% Cr). Corresponding amounts of the components were melted in a type MVP-3M induction furnace In an argon stmospbere. A homogenizing onneal of the billets was carried out at 16000K. By this method, the following stoichiomotric allicides were obtained: Cr 3S" Cr5S'3, CrSi. and CrS12s A large tabla gives the Card 1/2 UDC: 5~1,11 L 36958-66 ACC NRi AP6014896 values found for the beat capacities of the above aubstances at different temperatures. From the host capacity measurements, calculations were mad the characteristic temperamm 6) the standard entropies SO SO~5 ' and the entbalplas A H 5. -Re, additive rule is not valid for calculation of the Rat capselitles of the cbromiun silicides; its application for the calculation of the standard entropies gives an error not exceeding 4-5%- Orig. qrt. has: I figure and 2 tables. SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATE: 300et64/ ORIG REP: 007/ OTH REF: 002 KRENTSISS R.P.; GELID, F.V.; KALISHEVICH, G.I. Thermochendstry of iron silicides. Heat capacity, enthalpy and entropy of FeSi and F05Si3- Izv. vys. ucheb. z&v.; chern. met. 6 no.9:161-168 163. (MIRL 16:11) 1. Urallskiy pollteklinicheskiy institut. KAIJSAEVICR-~ 1. V. KALISHEVICHi 1. V, "A COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF THE EIIPICHUENT ON SLOWER SEIVES OF THE SHORTS FPOM WHEAT PREPARED FOR GRINDING BY THE ORDINARY METHOD AND 8V THE METHOD OF DAY HULLING." MIN HIGHER EDUCATION UKRAINIAN SSR. ODE88A TECHNOLOGICAL INST IMENI 1. V. STALIN. ODESSA, 1956. (A)ISSERTATION FOR THE DEGREE Of CANDIDATE IN TECHNICAL SCIENCES). SOs KNiZHNAYA IETOPisl No 23, 1956 DUDAREV, I.R.; KALISHEVICH I V KOTLYAR, L.I. Technoligical investigationa of huskern of moist wheat. Izv.v7s. ucheb.zav.;pishch.tekh. 1:71-79 161. (MIRA 14:3) x 1. Odesskiyteklinologicheakiy Institut imeni I.V. Stalinag Kafedra tekbnologichoskogo oborudovaniya i kafedra tekhnologii mukomollno-krupyano 0 1 kombikormovogo proizvodstva. fl4ille and mill-work) (Wheat) "I', 4,11. 1., atmr, I W~ I 1__., --V 16~~,4 7. 2. Ussa/Engineering HydrAynamic equation Card 1/1 Pub. 22 - 10/47 Authors Kalishevich I. Z. Title Approximate integration of the equation of flaj; turbulent gas YadivinT, with supersonic speed Periodical : Dok. AN SSSR 99/1, 37-40, Nov 1, 1954 Abstract : A general solution of the equation expressinga flat gaseous whirl loving with.sunersonic speed is presented~ the solut~pn o-t ~rhich Can$ ~O ui-ilized for the solution of boundary problems of a flaL, stabilized su~prsonic move-. ment of gas with variable entropy. Three USSR references (1949-1954.). Institution Leningrad State University im. A. A. Zhdanov Presented by Academician V. I. Smirnov, August 17, 1954 Ilk M4H nmul 1 WIIP f 1)0114:4111 agghtelill. or, Kalikvit, i. Z. Solution 0 f VC discoall- nuities. DAL Akad. Nank ")SSR (K.S.) 1112 (IM)O) 1085-1088. (Russian) The author hai previo roxiniAfoll usly devclopvi ali app of unspecified accuracy for the stream functiort of Wfady lane rotational flow which i'livoli,es ibrei: arbitlary P uInctions and several arbitrary colistatits. [sitme DAL (N.S.) 99 (1954), 37-40; MR 16, 64t). Now he has shown ~i how to determine these functions in orda to:.qolvc,four standard problems -,vitb boundary data~ on (1) a tion- characteristic curve; (2) intersecting characteristics: (3) a. J characteristic and a jet boundary; (4) a charactcristic and i i a rigid wall. Giese (Aberdeen, Md.). of, --0- h I aivenle by hydrogen out- qualitsilte analysit. A. 1. lluWv 41141 (), K. Eaq1till 1101VIMI Just., Vladivu4tok, USA: .). Zkol. 1". Khi-s~ 4. 317-18(ID49).-Addn. of a Uttle I bastens the pptn. of A". Acidify the sotn. to be tested with IICI. intr(Aum a moderate lutim of II.S. after sonic time add a few I Otys- tab and continue the llS for an mildni. 541 min. N1. I lotch ),0) S 07;; ;~ 0 - 1 4 b i 10 V , V . N K, I I v i v h K T T TL E T h r o b I e m dr-7 -fi e 1,3_f7r_,c_ --i- p L I K e r a t o In h y r e K v o p r o s u ob usiovi.,,rakh obrfizovaniya i,IERIODIC,%1,: Doklaay AKademli mauk .,;j V r-, I Nr Ii, pp SIOP-904 B,';T R CT Tho spilite-ke.ratophyre formation the zelenokmmennaya green- z t :~ i: rm c, r., p rt a 1; 0 ocil rocl(N 118.,lally c!r,.i-,iriat(_- it-, wi, be~!irininjj, of' t.ric cycie (Ref 2). .kccording t(-' DI-C-Sellt id(,as iPel* I th4~ spilitic f'ormations, occurring differing aci~iities, _nre bailt over a lapig pe-iod .-)t' tittle UIIdC*V Z~LIOPMVOIP rill-,;. i. f, in1l.", ja Just tn~s,: rnndi.*.icm!. and t;ct t.tnt~-. uri6lnal c(~myjoclticins ' th!-:.t are kiold renpom-,,iblp. for the T),,r und -cQinpos it ion (markedly aiiTering from the usual calc-:Alkali eories) cjf* the spilite ln.vas. The pazleogenArapn y c I iakhn 1 1 n 0 ur i ny t h -? T er t wry w8 a oft.:.n t,~vor,..ble i:~,- C!:" t'O t!")IL 01 C~ -ftrJv Pliocent-_,). kn C d -1f, 131,11il't In foi-mationo ailow.9 not only !h,~ Probk~m G---n-eis --t' OV, 20 ti x1i c rm on t' v , Ica 11 jo~ t V I j b1i i , (~e' A.- , ~*;I '1 :1 --.'WI tVOTIMk~11. , ; I ~' q t !, o t C I 1 1. 1, 1 11 (,!1 1 11 t' Lt n.1 ' of)i% a Mrs '!',;i I is lit- v icn on ,he ba and f n,l I tcOlcyy t-)rcimiod t t~a t 1, 1 llr,,w Ivivas and ba I I lavas 11 V'y'i o v!,:,l I? i v e. Ia I I (i a C) - [!t r i ow-rui)tec at a depth Ild o 11~3 rit' salinity a na xt" (Iii 11 gt~ '1 0 "11"d ar:ai,)Fouq iawi:3 on the ','Amanon Z0110, at Q S L :I iA n m. Due tu the rapid coaitig ,h.? "ir, +Iltt-'. "Inj'sy a micrapoj-.Aiyr-*Lt-ic t-?xture. Althou8h unaer ti-.e water ii~~s -oroducHd a sDecial texture and uloo -,,a sone extent influenc(-Li 01- :rrin-,rai composition, the -ioQLast iss in no wa~ albitized - tht.- particuiar character- of spilire-keratophyre. Thin study has Shown that Sub- m.--r-Ine eruption alone, a", lea.,,.L up to dePths of 100 m, Ir. not onnaigh to pridacc~, spilitt~ lavas. There are 1 table and 6 ref- evences, 4 of which are '.'~)Ovict. "'0 C T:. 1 Q N ; . , I - I : kl-ia I i nsk iy ko mpl o:iesnyy nqiicrm,,; ledova I e1 Iskiy ins t itut C14 1, d 4, " , ~'v ~- ul t-- m i . n! .,, x 1 1 ~- , R "I t i ~% 1 j i a " c i t, r i r, ` i c~ Rea r c h I n 6 t i L I t c- o KALISHEVICH, O.K.; NIKOLISKAYA, V.V. - - - 1 -1. -- Interaction of endogenous and exogenous factors in the course of the formation of the volcanic pile of the Mendeleyev Volcano (southern Kurile Islands). Biul.MOIP.Otd.geol.38 no.2t165-166 i4r-Ap 163. (MIRA 16:5) (Kurile Islands-Volcanoes) 4 000 o a* 0_0 04-0-0 0o o* 0 0 0 0 0*0 0 0 0 0 0 00 *0 0 * 00: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 111 0 o o 0 o 0 0 0 s o 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 a 0 C%W "I 1 11 11 11 " 0 11 0 " 11 0 " It di 41 M t A 11 V 0 A I ZA It -%V 00 0 F00 00 0 0 Of 002 0 v a Ip WITH al" t -ddy aftnrl ~ql qIjm *.&,I,.. IlAqd-lq, it, 'Wul.40 NJI,3141"IMI~Qd. 'MAIM4411x1ru 441 4111A 'F"**-v uujjjqj~ud )III r) #"m 1". If - I Lk"Wikikill V. 1101 A -I V 'I' -if *il 'I'- 'Ppt!.X 00- mwf.~/ #.#43qurfvy , !~, 'fdlv-~) : "I CC 00 at , 9 00 00- 5-ii1ftyl )a pp ~y 00 00 0 00 - ------ ------ 00 :0- 1.1481 1-1 r.. 1... 09 lp-L T" OT I 11''I W-V I SJU Ild IN VV Y -I- T_ A-1 A A I 1 1, .5 4 V I IT T 'r-ir 7 a fe to (I if *OKA" WK Ittr 114ow V 9 of a ot a 0 41 & I #I , I, It e4 ; I I p I I 0 , , lie 00 0 9 0 0 * 0 00 0 9 9,00 go 0 0000 0 0 0j!.;2t.2" -tiew -1 ~ 0 00 so IS 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 0 9000 0 0 0- 0 W v I I a 0 v If tj 11 it if 14 it to IN 11'a sign j4pa" 11111vilifsku a 0 At it W a A__C_L L-P W ix OR U 7bo 21.0-balfrall. A so n car tome content and cb*mJcsl compask- V k=ty L ' ~ .00 cchrrondSA.K&Wst- to It storage. A..S.N i tjO O j A0 4 : Bidi Applord Bwaxy, Geveloij 00 0 To ~ --Toward tbe end of March tbt -avicty NVotia knt 06 00 8 4t;.N% and the varictics Name. and flerand 2b.6ve ed ratu- L S i 1 00 0 . . 1wris. J t~tj~ when suicird tinder the same contl J j 40 its, Ji 10 - S L A MITALLUNGK41. Uff"I'(01111 CLAUNICAlto" ft- p(.0- 51,1083 04V Oft T V - i AV I All 4 "' 014 Ib lb 'b S I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 #10 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 9 0 0 - 0 0 0 * 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 'A A_ 00 A O*A 000 @of go *of A 01 00 J I ooW 1 v 1 .0 potK1111111 4WD pleolptoto Godney and S. V. KAJhJw!kb. Cpajor, FCW. 8"d, Sci. U. R. S. S. 27, In Order to del. 11W approxinlible Anil. of Chlott-VItyll in unit of Vol. &M1 IL UnAt UUI*f.V in the leave% 0 Ablim", a testes of the plant arm drawn oil PaPeF In&SUtficatim. and their arcia wit" estd. according to NO- ter by wtishins tile Paper pattClus, FUUT of t1wite kures were photographed and studied for their number d Cellit. noniker of plastids In it -11 and the sixt of the Placid,%. .11 tin ZI kaves were ground into it thin To 6it. chlorophy rA and chmAt txld. with 11) M Of tilatis with quaru ft jimtone, the soln. made UP to 30 cc. and the cilti-titel measured 4 divies by meam of lAnge,s colarimeter. The 7 78. 'the Intel at. no. of chloroPtalits in a ted is M.1 I'lle sv &rnt. of chiuMbyll is 42,v of I.Wly Silt Ital- - mi. of chlorophyll In a chIM01"I'llit is 2-4 x It' 9 references. A. It. Mumv JOIN 10 a OF 41 41 49 U 0 axe A -11 It -A -1 - , " I A I , ji~i, is '00 =00 40 g It* Zee "TALLUSSICAL LITINATIARE CLAUJIFICATION --- ------ Is slam, - - : 7' _-__________'_'7;;;;7-;W:~;~ ---------- ILI I/ Won* s, ~ 14jumi "It Oki 4F-4-1 U9 At MM M . I F I 9 at 1111filits plait ICK 4 4 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 0 go 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 4 0 6 a 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 o 0 o o o A 4 4, i a it S 0 j it elm T. V. Mist It. Vra" I r H. V. Kath vkh. Irsidy Imut. Mid. Atiult it I". A. 'I. rI'IAWJA-iVWV, No, 2. 100-60M.-A review %ith tnimy referewft on the Worst formation of clil,"hyll itt lite. wnttd. A theory of formation is lormulattit thu,; lb,. 141 step is f(Crott" of pyrrult: compth. having a 11 it) jb( 00 posit ion, wbkh then cotidto*wlth C1110 U) ykki r1j, 00 0 irl , 0 0 by a loss of 1110 may givip trtjApy"ofrojr*lxxphyrjH which Is reduft]. in several steps, to Protiochlurciphyll or clljiw,,- Although it wu rm jxwolble to L-milair klIC1,phyll rxl)tl, plant IPICULS, the reductitin of lirotochl(ru. phyll to the kmm dMv. wall iltnton-ilraled; the Ist teroxi - 00 dixts to a substance whiine spectrujo jjt c,)juj)Amble 10 that olprotochtforophyl). The inner skins of the pumpkill.4t.1-11 I *0 0 10 0 were rapidly exid. with pyridine and the ext. aliquot wa, dild. with W011. Thlil was treatriJ with aq. ArOll suil Zn dust in N still. hyr 2 hirs, at roonj trillp. 'file pale yellow Wn. could be kept without chanKe umit-r lwtrl,. 0 * a A , latuin for 2 montlis. Bubbling with 0 rojimijr~ tht nuttettial In I hr. at W'. in 2 hirs. at whist, f;u,,ju)4 it, the air at 15* required 32 hirs. fcw reuxiti.ition. 'I hr Oxidized soill. an jw%w through Pucr(re,t"al "ith -betizene gave 3 abintptioa mm- it liarrow cl,Lrk mir (where roacn. of a component with alA. loituil, at 21 0175,0019-W, W74,649, 6NO-Wo, unit M411 4110) A. 11 1 F16 i.0 0 "00 0 0 9*0 !,.:Zoe Zoe took place), a middle Smen zone (where rourit. of coni. Ix)ticnt with %lij. bolrul% at 631`i-Olul, 5MU, fir-M-Will andMil-TIMA. i(x)k place) ituil,ty, fittw ; 11 2 ~Carolrnaid I too 5 A; !!V ; 4 1, ;.r :U00 Ij I.-I -_4 1 ---- - ----- W H 0 63 4 11 1 ?I to Cir4( Wit IEU It(trit atitlaon I to O:io 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 to 0 of 4 0 0 0 0 'e/ 00 0 Lo 6 60 0 0 o o 0 0 0. 0 oro[- a a W W W W W W - . I ~ ; ; 0 1, a At me 114161601*111i'l U It 16 v a A IQ p -: 0~ -U. -A.- A. a ... -A a.. 1-1 9. r -fi -a I L t.0 ......p SA . ........... - - ------ 0 fr6 ~ ; : Stswurs 04 Owiroplads and O"Cantration of 4W*ro- o ?hYlI hS GOM &qVAU4 thilltil. T- N. O'k1lifif, -go tc v U. Is 4&kh4fi,.h- P.Alady b.14. 00 ttl H.,06. 93". 01(lum. Average chlor.phyll all 0 0 cimitcat in ch"Wts during growth peri-xi 1. :1 X W 00 In Sjn4=gdru. 2.4 X W-0 in Waimm inmisam, J.m X -0 00 to ces"imm; the 41"t. Vbri" f"n 1.9 x 10 -1 to 4.3 X 10-1 aprxoz. with the site 44 the C111(mo. so 00 pl,tals. In pad.16golism )like I I he chlot,44ty 11 I'M I Vitt rl I., =0 0 0 Stiffact spreinictisind mcnistil, ml i lower us alseristims taken frous 3 in depth, with a ximil.ty %o 0 01 mot 6cins fixisid in P. p"mi-itas: 'rho wimitic, of site -00 chloroplasta from the P. plerf,sthatui (in p) are 3AN. 3.04, 00 13 'And I.W. from 1'. lukax: 3.16, 2.4, and 1.3 1 (voirf,ilv too 00 altevittsests. with axneWhAt Lirorr vilues Itst the altv 00 to 0 "if 0 1 L A AtTALLtrP.LWAt Lllf*&Tt;dt t1e: ss. -1 ;nl;b 0 U IS All 10 11;q, w p it it v K K 4 It a .0 -0 oil 0, 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 JIM 9000000 00*0*:*000*,-,Ooooooo*ooooo0000000011 :10 0 0 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 111 VITA ~ Wli~~ yu conful of freshi-wator plankton. f. N. YA"lWxykb. and .F. Z-Akh4rkh fOCIO0111,%%. Co_~.Udarsj. Univ., im. V. 1. Jcnima). Dokkdy Abad. Nauk S.S.S.A. TJ 1041-4(1050) -SAnne 31 olmeintros drawn from lakes In Westrio Ru'%iLt wcrv analytol for chWruphyll. N"tions front 2.4 to IM -0. were fmml. i The highest valws were found in plAnktait frout NArOCh IAke in summer months. a I-Ake with hi4gh dArity -it w4ter and poor level W plimkton popuLitiun, Generally, 41cep oligatrophic lailots gay* low viducs while shAllow Lskes lendol to give higher v;ducs. Cmucrulty the level of photosynt6"is paralleled the plankion population. G. M. Ktm)ul)oo &-. / -5 121- v-," (-, /,/j -). V GODAV, T.M., -i.,ISMICH, S.V.: ZAKHARIN, G.Y. - . Chloroplaat structure snd chloroptiyll concentration iL name nquatic ninnts. Uch.zap.BGU no.26:158-169 156. (KLPA 10:9) (Pondweed) (Chlorophyll) (Chromatovhores) KALISHEVICHY S.V.; POROKHNEVICH, N.V. Effect of gibberellic acid on the atomic structure of htAp stems. Fiziol. rest. 11 no.2-,206-209 Mr-Ap 164. (MIRA 17:4) 14 Department of Plant Physiology, Byelorussian State Vniversity, Minsk. KA11- I Ciilp_lv IC H j r, N . ~ I. I" VICH 2 N N . Effpc+~ of zinc t,n the aim of plautids and thmir pigmentut'llon in ha=. leave3. Pot.; issi. Rol. otd. VBO no.6sl8-22 164. (MIRA ISO) AUTHORS: Kalishevich, T. G., Posyllnyy, V. Ya. 2o-119-4-38/00 TITLE: On the Absence of Interval in thn Sediincii'lation Between the Cenozoic and the Mesozoic in the J'a6ion of Sinegors!:-Zagorsk on the Isle of Sakhalin( Ob otnutsvii pereryva v osadkonakoplenii mezhdu kaynozoyem i mezozoyem v rayone Sitiegorska-Zagorska na Sakhaline) PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR, 1950, Vol,, 119, Nr 4, PPt 766 - 768 ( USSR) ABSTRACT: On the strength of the Sinegorsk-Zagorsk exposure several authors (References 1-3,9,11) came to a conclusion converning the discordant stratification of the Naybutinskaya ~Nizhneduys- kaya)suite as marine sediments of Upper Cretaceous ~Senonian stage) though they did not observe the contact of the Cretaceous- and Tertiary sediments. Kuro3ava (Reference 5) said that there was no clear boundary of this kind. On the strength of newest investi,gations a detailed scheme of the exposure in question was determined. The author in of the same opinio n/ an all previous researchgre 0t that there is no interval in the mass which formerly card 1/3 had been classified to the Senonian stage. He found for the 2o-1101-4-'J8/6o On the Absence of Interval in the Sedimentation Between the Cenozoic and the Mesozoic in the Pegion OfSinegorsk-Zagorsk on the Isle of Sakhalin ASSOCIATION: Gosudarstvennyy soyuznyy goologicheakiy treat Sakhalinugle- geologiya (State Union Geological Trust Sakhalinuglegeologiya) PRESENTED: November 25, 1957, by S. 1. Mironov, Academy of Sciences, USSR SUDMITTED: November 25, 1957 Card 3/3 ROZEN, Georgiy Anatollyevich,- KALISHE;VSKAYA, I.p red. [Tables for calculating the volume of earthvork under engineering structures] Tablitsy podscheta ob"emov zemliaqrkh rabot pod inzhenemye korimnikataii. Kievy BudivelInykj 1965. 192 p. (MIRA 18:8) BAZI, Boris DmitriYeViCh; VOLOSHCMIKO., Z.11.,, red.; KALI Sn-VS-,KAYA J,K-, red. (Normative pressure on a natural foundation; calculp:tion tables) Normativnoe davlenie na estestvennoe osnovanie; tabAtsy dlia rascheta. Kiev, Budivelinyk, 1965. 188 p. (MIHA 18;7) V D jAW/BIoloFy Biochemistry Card Authors t Kudryashov, B. A., and Kalishovskaya, T. M. Title Periodical Abstract i Institution Presented by Critical analysis of the A. J. Qidck hypothavi ii re ~rdlng the bloch'i.-rdeal FrP role of bloos plasma in the process of blood c~)a gmalAi On Dokl. AN SSSRp 96p Bd. 50 1029 - 1031, Juno 19,54 A critical analysis Is presented on the A. J. (Ndck ihy-Dothesis' regarding blood pla,sina and blood coagulation. The exper~Lment;11'results obtained by the authors do not confirm the Quick hypothlWais!tiut give basja5 to the belief that blood plasma isthe sources of. prot~r6rnbokinesib and plasma contains thrombotropine as its activaila;'r. The, substance!! in the blood plasma does not activate prothrombokin~~isls of:-the tissum. but be- comes itself activated kv coming In contact ~rl:th the plasma agent - thrombotropine. Twelve references. Tables. The ~f. V. Lomonosov State University, Yoicow Academician, V. A. Engellgart, March 10, 1954 KALISHEMAYA, T. 111. KALISHEVSKAYA, T. M. "A Study of tI-e Thromboplastic Agent of the Blood Platelets." Moscow Order of Lenin State U imeni 11. V. Iomonosov. Soil biology Faculty. Voscow, 1955. (Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate of Biological Science) So: Knizhaya Letopis', No. 17, 1956. ga of clis Thy of VW3 GU41119th OftbAcAlpiltarlds after sqIsuc4t*my. B.AtKulJ!rji-" Ishov T l M K lbh W M V P . . a e yMtZY&, A . . PAAOCUVN (U. Il . 1Q7..1W7ZiA).-C*mp).te rcmvA of Thai I r-pleen from wNte mts Iftds to a rupid smd gmt dmp in thi- th-boplastic utivity of bkKd. Aftl!f 2 weeks them bij:: gim A Mitoration d this fum6oa wILkh is comptete in vui 1 4 weeks. AImS with the drop In thpitaboplaittle aciivitp 1 h I ere t s a puakl dmp In the cut-agh of the C2111 1"Iell. ~i whose reAmation occum somewhat caejcr, howtver. v up'sTMIRREll ppil R H Hill 1,11cl 4 lit 11911'.19 I'll.; 111011.01 11"Iff1tv F 504MI 11: IN If. ITI clwut~-13:1 Ili mom Ole I _Li ~ __ ~. I - -, ~: - - J, 1~ ~ -ift KORYASHOV, B.A., prof.; AIIDRIbTNIIKO, G.V.; LILITIMA, F.D.; RAZASIYAU, G.G.; FASTCROVA, V.Ye.; SYTINA, N.P.; XALISHAVSXAYA, TM.; SHIMONATEVA, YeJe. Nature of hemorrhage in experimental radiation sickness in animals lifith summary in Inglish, p.601. Probl.gemat. I perel.kravi 2 no.6: 3-11 V-D 157. (MIRA 11:2) 1. Iz biologo-pochveanogo fakul'tats Moskovskogo gosudarstvennogo univeraiteta. (HHHORRHAGN, experimental, x-ray induced in animals (Rue)) (RCWNTGBN RAYS, injurious effects, exper. hemorrh. induced in animals (Rua)) j4,C Vq d,.~t4 cies Spmifity of Prothrowbokimse of Blood Platele)ts r- nd of Thrombotropin,, by T. M. Kalishevskaya, Moscow State Uft- versity imeni M. V. inmbnosov, DoREFRy- Akademii Hauk GSSRj Vol 112, No 3, 1957, p 477J+80 The purpose of the investigation was to study species Bpecifity of prothrombokinase of blood platelets. Data obtained on the study of species characteristics in -the activa- of prothrombokinase by thrombotropin show that there are substantial differences between two species of thromboplastic subatance. Tissue pro- thrombokinase (brain) has marked species specifity, indicated by lack of activation of brain prothrombokinase by certain species of plasma throm- botropin, whereas the prothrombokinase of the blood platelets does not exhibit so marked a species specifity. Thrombokinase of the blood platelets, as also the thronbokinase of the human brain and of corresponding animal species, lacks species specifityll, in the sense that it is capable of hastening the transformation of prothrom-'~ -bin into thrombinin the plazas of various species. (U) 20-5-59/60 AUTHOR KUDRYASHOVB.A. ' KALISHEVSKAYA T.M.v PASTOROVA, ;VVk)"bfti V.Ye. and PRE QBRngiïż½!-A~M7,~.e. -- TITLE Blood Prothrombokinase and Thrombotropine Deficiency in Spleneotomised Rats. (Neaccotatoohnostlprotromb*inasy krovi i trombotropina u oplanaktomirovannykh krys.- Rusoian) PERWDICAL Doklady Akademii Ifauk SSSR 1957 Vol 1U Nr 5, pp 1128-1131 ABSTRACT The authors showed already previously that a complete apio-nebtomy ~A animalslaads to an abrupt thromboplastio 'ILO.tivity of the blood. At the same time a oertain lose of .solidity of the capillaries is obseryod. The pros*At in- Yeatigation i's dedicated to the study of the immediate causes of the catastrophie reduction of the mentioned blood activity. Thi*s activity depends on the amount and quality of prot;hromb~kinase in the blood platelets (of factor 3 of the blooa platelets) and on the level of thrombotropine in the plasma. Therefore, when teds were resumed, chief attention was concentrated'on the study of the number of blood platelets and the prothrom ' inase 11charge" contained in them. The concentration o this lat- ter enzyme in the plasma at different stages of the ex- CARD 1/4 20-5-59/130 Blood Prothrombokinass and Thrombot-ropine Deficiency in Splenectomised Rate. under control of vitamin X. In operated animals which received large doses of 2-methyl -1,4-naphthoquinone.and in others which received sm411 doses of synkavit, the thrombotropine concentration was restored after 24 hours. It was found to decrease further 'by 15 ~4- In spite Of this restoration the former low thromboplaotic blood aWvity was conserved in the rats. This indioates that the notiped, deoreae* in concentration to 40 % is not the only and inain cause of the cataetropUo decrease in blood activity. Therefore the prothromboki ase of blood platelets as the second agent on whicl tile formation of blood thrombokinase depends was at-died. On-the 7th to 8th day after the full operation the n=)er of erythrocytes in the blood -41.9 considerably reduced: the number of blood platelets risas sharpiy. It seems that there occurs a certain absolute increase in platelets at thiu tims. The results indicate that the prothrombokinase deficiency (of factor 3 of the blood plateletB) occurring i --lenectomised CARD 3/4 20-5-59/60 Blood Prothrombokinase and Thrombotropine Deficiency in Splenectomised Rats. rats is due to an infection agent (bartonellosia). Thus the insufficiency of blood platelets with regard to factor 3 may be a consequence of infectious toxiooses. This phenomenon can be removed by antiinfootious agents. (4 Tables, 5 Slavio references) ASSOCIATION: 11H.V. Lomonoao-,r" Mosoov State University. (Moskovskiy gosudarstyennyy universitat in.M.V. Lomoncova) PRESENTED BY: V.N. Shaposhnikov, member of thj Academy. SUBMITTED: i.lo.56. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress. CARD 4/4 KUDRYASHOV, D.A.; ANDRE60 G-Ve; DAZAZIYAII, G.Gqj(ALISIIN'V5j(AYA. T.14.v FASTOROVA, V.Ye'.j SYTINA, N.P.; ULITINA) F.D. The physiological anticoagglating system and arpwrimantal prethrombotic state of the organism. Vest. Moak. un. Ser. 6z'3.;.23 Mr-Ap 161. (MIRA 14: 5) 1. Laboratoriya fiziologii i biokhinii evortyvaniya krovi.Moskov- skogo gosudarstv,enno0 dniversiteta. &OOD-COAGUIATION) XUDRYASHOT, I.A.; ANDREYMMOO G.V.; BAUZIYAN,, G.G.; KALISItSTSMA,, T.Ple; 7 PASTOROVA., V.Ye.; SYTINA.. N.P.; UWTINA,, PD, Physiological anticoagulation system in an experimental pre- thrombotio state of the organian. 39 no.3t19-30 Mr. 161, (KMA 1413) le Iz laboratorii fiziologii i bi6V~ii sverty7aniya krovi (rukovoditell - prof* BeL Kudryaaba7) Moskovskogo universiteta& (BIDOB-COAGULATION) KALISWLqK&YA-, T-M ; KOTLYAR, B.I.; KUDRYASHGV, B.A. Study of the reflex pathwayo of the physiological anticoagulation system. Biul. eksp. biol. i med. 52 no.7:5-9 J1 161. OLAMA 15:3) 1. Iz laboratorii biokhimii i fiziologii svertyvaniya krovi (zaveduyushchiy - prof. B.A. Ku#ryashov) pri kafedre biokhimiil zhivotnykh, biologo-pochvemogo fakul'tata Moakovskogo gosudar- stvennogo universiteta, imeni M.V. Lomonosova. Predstavlena doystvitelinym chlenom ANN SSSR S.Ye. SeXeriwjm. (BLOOD-COAGUIATION) X'UDRTASHOVv B.A.; MDLCHANOVA, L.V.; BAZAZIYAN, G.G.; XftjjqfIEVSKAYA. T.M.; SYTINA, N.P. Preventive a:ction of antithrombin VI in experimental thrombo- genesis. 8 no.1:68-72 Ja-F 162. (MIRA 15tll) 1. Laboratoriya fiziologii i biokhImii svertyvaniya krovi kAfedry blokhimii zhivotnykh biologo-pochvennogo fakullteta Mookovskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta imeni Lownosova, Moskva. (THROMBOSIS) (ANTICOAGULANTS (MFDICINE)) K&LISHEVSKAYA, T.M.; BARDYSHEVA, Ye.A. Role of tile vegetative nervous system in reflex humoral regula- tion of the physiological anticoagulating syntem in frogs. Biul. eksp.biol. i med. 55 no.1:3-6 Ja'63. (HIRA 16:7) 1. Iz laboratorii fiziologii i biokbimii evertyvaniya krovi i kafedry fizioloFii zhivotnykh biolog-pchvennop falmillteta Moskovskogo gosiadarstvunnogo universiteta. (Rukovodit*Ii, - prof. B.A.Kadryashov i prof. M.G.Udellnov) Predotavlona deystvi- telinym chlenom AMN SSSR S.Ye. Severinym. (NERVOUS SYSTEM, AUTONOMIC) (FROGS) KUDRYASHOV, B.A.; KALISHE"VSKAYA, T.M. Defensive reflex antiplasmin systent in the. body. ~Iul. eksp. biol. i mad. 56 no.9:29-33 3 163~ (MIRA 17:10) 1. Iz laboratorii biokhimii i fizialogii avertyvriaiiya krovi pri k&fedre biokhiraii zhivotziykh Moskovokego gojudar~,;tvean-op uni~rer- siteta imeni Lomonosova. Predstavlana deyntvitelIrlym chlenom AM SSSR S.Ye. Severinym. 'j, 1 1'4,1, tra I i zati cri ~tff' ant if,ll~.lrrilrl in tlhi,~ bloo:l aurlnF a, protectl 41 .1 k, -IV r e I or i of t h n p h y s I n I 1 -1 j,~ 1 1, ~i c i i -s y!- ~ e :I .Prob' . gem-at. 1,'. 17: 11 I . la ho ra L o r i pt V I -,. i -1) 1 i i i 1 .9 v (., r t, ,rv a n 1na kri-A (zav. - prof. B.A. Kudryashol.,) I'alrcul.'ti)ta Moskovskogo gusudarotvenrogo tin lvorj I llotu. A? VLXV4IROV. Yaroslav Vladimirovich; K Antonovas WUPOBHIIIXOYAg A.A., red.; SOKOLOVA, R.Ts., t skii "' - ' - ~ [Teaching mechanical drawing in the schools) Prepodovenis cheroheniis v ehkoleo Moskva, Imd-vo Akado pedagog, mauk R$?SR, 1957. 228 p, (HIPA 1111o (Mechanical i1rawing-Study and tsoohing) JSZEMKAXA,-YaIejAin&-Ant==4I SIIAPCSIIIIIKOVA, A.A., red.; NOVOSEWVA, Y.Y.0 tekhn. red. [Teaching mechanical drawing in eight-year schools according to the new program) 0 prepodavanii cherchenlia v voolmiletnei shkole po no- voi programme. Moskvav Izd-vo Akad.pedagog-dnatlc RSF3Rq 1961. 34 p. (KDA 14:6) (Mechanical drawing- Study and teaching) KALISHNSKAYA, V.A, (~bskva) A no-v student's textbook on drawing. Mat. v shkole n0,5:50-51 S-0 163. (KERA 16: U) KALISHh'VSXAYA, V.I. (Tbilisi) Soils in the Georgian Republic in regions of endemic goiter. Probl. endokr. i gorm. 1 no.5:62-67 S-0 155. (KLRA 8:10) 1. 1z Respublikanskogn protivozobnogo dispansera (glavM7 vrach--zaslnzhemW vrach reepubliki doteent I.A.Aelanishvili) Mintaterntva zdravookhreneniya Gruzinskoy SSR. (GOITER, endemic in Russia. soil in endemic areas) (SOIL, in areas of endemic goiter in Russia) KALISH3VSKAYA...V-I. (Tbilisi) Role of woil conditons in iodine deficiency and endemic goiter In Oni and other districts of the Georgian S.S.R. Probl.eadokr. I gorm. 2 no.2:58-62 Mr-Ap 156. (MM 9:.i0) 1. Iz resoublikanskogo protivosobnogo dispansera (glavnyy vrach - zasluzhannyy vrach I.A.Aslaniahvill Deceased]) Kinistoretva zdravookhraneniya Grusinskoy SSSR. (GOITER endemic in Georgia, off. of soil in iodine defic.) (SOIL off. of soil on endemic goiter & iodine defic. in Georgia) (IODINE. defic. off. of soil in Georgia) XALISHVSML-,-- *Z. , inzhener. Stud7 of aerodynamic processes in a cyclone furnace during com- bustion. (Trudyj KVTU no.59;49-61 '53. (MLRA 9:5) (Furnaces--Aerodynamics) K I.-KATSNALISONg B.D.; KNOW, G.Y.; MIRMIDY, B.K.; UDZE&W, --- NOUIZU-1-L- M.A.; NAKRLPXTTAN, Te.A,; SAIMOT, VA.; KHVOS?ff, T,L; KORIKOMrT, ur., red. lzd-va; VMWIN, X*P., takhn. red. (Cyclone furnace@] TSIklonnye topki. Pod obehohei red. G.I. Irmorre i N.A. Atftharova, Moskva, Goo. energ. izd-vo, 1958, 215 P, (7arnaces, Heat treating) NUL 11817) i,~;ci,- -(~ li cl s I. KALI ll~;tu(,~ of of collibuutiorl. I-L, 195~~- 16 ).jj, (L~jjj of Highcr (-.-,tion USSR. Order of ;,,min -,,iid Lrd~,,r 3f L:-,bor li,.ti ':~:~vul..r r School il"i jr)o co-dvs 206-5,-,; , 10 - j - " ACTEOR: Kalishevskiy, L.L., Engineer 96-5&, .L TITLE: The klow Structure and Aerodynamic Characteris-,ics of a Cyclone chamber During Combustion (Struktura potoka i aerodinamicheskiye kharakteristiki tsilaojuloy 11carfiery -.ri- Coren-ii) .'/ wo 2, pp 2? - 33 PERIODICAL: Teploenergetika, 1958, %, ~USSR) ABSTRACT: A comprehensive study of the cyclone process of cotribustic'n of solid fuel that is being made by the Moscow Div~,-sion of tile Central Boiler Turbine Institute ~MO TsKTI) and the "Boiler Installations" Faculty of the Moscow Higher Technical College imeni Bauman. The programme includes experiments on the aero- dynamics of a cyclone furnace during combustion. One staEe of this work was investigation of the aerodynamics of flow in a cyclone chamber when gas oil was being burned. The tests were carried out on the test cyclone chamber described in an article in Tqioenergetika, 1958, vo.l. The cyclone diameter is 650 mm. and its length 680 mm. Other dimensions and characteristics are given. The experimental work showed that the nature of the changes in the rotational velocity across the radius of the chamber is the same when fuel is burned as with cold air (see ifig.1a). However, the relative rotational speeds are higher during combustion. As shown in Fig.2, on transition to combustion Cardl/ here is approximation to the rotational component of the dynamic The'Flow Structure and Aerodynamic Characteristics of a Cyclcne (Cont.) head. I The qualitative distribution of axial velocities in the 3bamber is the same during combustion as on cold air. itior is there cinj essential difference in the magnitudes of the axial velocities in the two cases if mass axial velocities are compared as in Fig-3. The relative values of the total and static pressures are higher during combustion than with cold air, The constr,_,,c- tional changes that were made when changing from cold air to fuel-burning have not altered the nature of the main aerodynamic changes of the cyclone flow that result from combustion., In all the tests, the relative total head and, therefore, the resistance factor are higher during combustion than when blowing. Determination of the temperature distribution in the chamber when burning gas oil showed that even quite close to the secondary air entry the gas temperature is 3 - 4 times higher than the initial air temperature; also, its value rises rapidly to approach the mean temperature at the outlet from the chamber. The temperature distribution in the chamber is relatively uniform and some reduction in temperature is observed only in the peripheral part of the flow. DurinZ, combustion, there is no qualtitative change in the structure of the flow, nor in the (;ard2/'- ture of pressure and velocity distribution in the chamber. ., c: / ) -.7 The Ylow 6tructure and Aerodynamic Gharact,~.ristics )1. Hc;7ever, the quantitative characteristics durinC,, combustion differ greatly from those obtainine isothermal flow. This is due to great increase in the mean temperature level. kil analysis is given of the possibilit3r of co-relating the 'hot' and 'cold' aerodynamics. Special attenti-,n is ----.aid to the influence of the mean temperature of t_~.e flo-,-i a rid , as a first- approximation, temperature irregularities in the volume of the chamber are neglected. Expressions are derived for the rotarZ., and axial sneeds at the inlet to the chamber -.-,-ith and without combustion. The effect of combustion on the rz.-~.atic and total pressures is considered. An investigation of the aerodynamic structure of the flow when burning pulverised gas-coal was also made on -the same rig. The fuel and primary air were delivered axially. The tests were made with a guel consumption of 320 kg/hour, a ot-air tempera- ture of 320 C, a secondary air flow of 2 020 M~/hour and a primary air speed of 163 m/sec, the -primary air being 20,r,6 of the total. The test results were used to construct grahs of the changes in tangential and axial velocities and also of the total and static pressures at various cross-sections of the chamber. Comparison of the results of these tests with data Card3/5obtained with cold air and when burninC. gas oil showed that the 96-58-2-5123 The Flow Structure and Aerodynamic Characteristics of a Cyclone(Cont.) nature of the changes in the rotational velocities at different cross-sections of the chamber is the sane as %,then burning gas Cill, as is shown in Fig.4A. The velocities in the peripheral part of the head sections are somewhat hiLhcr. The distri- bution of the rotational component's of the dynamic heads is similar when burninG coal or oil and when blcv-.inG cold air. However, their values are lower than when burning oil because the presence of particles of fuel and slag in the gas flow reduces the swirling (see Fie.-5). The effects observed when burnin- gas oil and solid fuel Eire then compared in some detail. The observations on the influence of Combustion on the aerodynamics of a cyclone chamber are not complete and the worik is continuing. However, it can be said that the combus"l-ion of coal in the chamber does not lead. to any qualitative cha%,e in the aerodynamics of flow. The quantitative difference between burning coal and oil consists in a reduction of the rotational velocities and of the static and total heads. Tho main properUe-0 and the velocity and pressure relationships of the cyclone chaiqber are the same v:hen blowine; cold air durinC combustion. The results gave some idea of the difference between flows in Card4/5a model and in an actual furnace chamber, and the differences q6 r'8- 2-5/23 ?~c Ion The Flow Structure and Aerodynamic characteristics of a e are explained. The various flow equations are analyzed. The relationship established between the aerodynamic character- isties of the cyclone chamber and its operational conditions and geometrical dimensions makes the results obtained on the rig valid for industrial furnaces, provided the chambers are similar. Comparisons between the coefficients of conservation of velocity obtained on a chamber %ritLavoth -,i,alls with single- phase and two-phase flows and between the coefficients of con- servation of velocity when burning gas oil and gas coal in the rig chamber show that in both cases the presence of tvo phases leads to approximately the same reduction in the coefficient of conservation of velocity, This means that a considerable reduction in the swirl, caused by increased frictional losses on the rough walls and by combustion, does not cause a noticeable change in the effect that suspended particles have on the flor characteristics. There are 6 figures and 8 Russian referejaces. ASSOCIATION: Moscow Higher TechnicalSehool - (hioskovskoye vyssheye tekhnicheskoye uchilishche) %racteristics 2. Cyclone chambers-Test CarcL5/5 met c~? ~e chambers-Test results K-kLIMMIT, L.L., Inzh. Flow structure and aerodynamic characteristics of a cytlona chamber during combustion. (Trudy] MM no#94:55-77 158- (MIRA 120) (Combustion) SWILI, A.A., inzh.; KALISHLTSKrY, L.L., insih. Using the Ventury tube in measuring the conauryption of pulverized coal. [Trudy,] MVTU no.94:78-85 158. OGRA 12:3) (Coal, Pulverized--measurement) KALISHEVSKIY, L.L., kand. teklin. nauk; GANCHEN, B.G., hizh. Investigating the volume of heat release in an axiai-flow cyclone combustion chamber. Tzv. vys. ucheb. zav.; rtsaahinoetr. no.4t99-106 165. (MIRA 18:5) KALISHEVSKIY.,.-;~.L., kand. tekhn. nauk; GANMV, B.G., inzh. I I I -- - Investigating the completeness of heat release in a tangential cyclone chamber. Izv. vyu. ucheb. ZUV'S* mashinostr. no.5sl03-111 165. (mifa mn) ~L'~ L. L ' , i ~,A, 3 ~ ~ --, VL - P kan:i . ', z.-k1l,ri. -,~A EA, . il.C.. , .~ ------- ~ - - '.- S'~Udy of comijust'lorl tri a r.-yclono fixru)c,-. ~i7.Lh liciuld slar, removal. Toploene-rgutlka 12 no.6:71:~-V .'(! 165. ('41ril't U:911~ I Muskov-koyo vyssheyo trjkhnich,,,~koye uchillshche imerif. i.. . Belim na. L o5oo2-67 Z~IW/T ACC NR. AP6024822 SOURCE CODE: uR/ooq6/66/ooo/0O8/OOT2/OOT5 iAUTHOR: Kalishevskiy...-L. Lq_ (Candidate of technical sciences); qanchev, B. G. (Candi- date of technical sciencesF OPG: MVTU im. N. E. Bauman TITLE: Investigation of the aerodynamic structure of cyclone bul,ners during combus- tionTlof c,)lid fuel\\ SOURCE: TeploeLergetika, no. 8, 1966, 72-75 TOPIC TAGS: comb,istion, solid fuel, flow structure, aerodynamic cbaracteristic, tur- bulent flow ABSTRACT: The av.thors study flow motion in axial and tangentia.1 cyclone burners 620 mm in diamet,~r with LID ratios of 1.25 and 1.1 respectively and an outlet nozzle diameter of 0.44 0. Helical input of secondary air is done through three nozzles 85, 218 and 105 min wide in the axial chamber, and through four nozzles 130, 130, 130 and 115 mm wide in the tangential chamber. Water-cooled pneumometric probes were used for taking the vei~,-c!~~- fields in the cyclone. The measurements were made during n icombustion of low-a h concentrates. Comparison measurements were made during combus- tiolAof diesel fueNand cold blow-through. Experiments under characteristic optimum Iconaitions for the axial burner showed a considerable reduction in the coefficient of uDc: 662-93-001.5 ACC NRt AP7003341 SOURCE CODEs Uri/0096/67/000/001/0069/C,072 AUTHORSt ~ali!hh ki L pys 1p , Le (Candidate of technical aoienoeo); Selikhovking S. V. (Engineer', -seertan ) -- ' ORGi M U imo N. E. Bauman (M M TITLE: Some results of a study of nonstationary turbulent motion SOURCE: Toploonergetiks, no. 1, 1967P 69-72 TOPIC TAGSi turbulent flow, nonateady flow, flow atroamo parturbationt laminar flow# boundary layer, gas dynamical Reynolda*number ABSTRACTs The results of a theoretical and experimental study of nonatationary turbulent flow are presented. It is assumed that if flow can be considered quasi- stationary in the boundary regionp it in quasi-stationary in the entire flow region. The stream can be considered quasi-stationmry if iVW Is'I where Y is the kinematic modulus of viscosity ; w - the average flow velocity; and S1 - the thickness of the viscous oublayer. Theoretical analysis of the hydrodynamic equations shows that, for a nonstationary turbulent stream, the effects of nonstation- arity can be ignored when aw __ . Z~t~~.- i-0-k Card 1,(2__ UDCt 533-517-4-001-5 ACC NRt A27003341 where K is the nonetationarity number, The experimental results of measurements ol ai:r! the velocity fields, tube dragg and tangential stresses on the wall in a turbulent stream confirm the theoretical result.. A method for complete desaription of the dynamic properties of pressure probon- is proposed* Orig. art. haso 10 formlas and 6 graphs. SO CODEs 20/ ISUBM DATEs nme/ ORIG RM 005/ OM RM 003 LOGOV, L.M., kand. tekhn.nauk; 4AL1~4117VSKrIj V.L., kand. tekhn. nauk, retsenzent; SHULIGIN, V.A.,, red.izd-vaj- DMINA, N.F., tekhn. red. [Crankless multicylinder pumps] BeskrivoshipzWe mnogo- tsilindrovye nasosy. Moskva, Mashgiz, 1963. 221 p. (FULA 17: 2) 28-4-5/35 AUTHORS: Vasillyev, A.M., Candidate of Technical Sciences, and. Kali- shevskiy_L V,~L., Engineer TITLEs Revision Principles for Standards of Piston Steam Pumps (Printsipy peresmotra standartov na parovyye porshnevyye nasosy) PERIODICALs Standartizatsiyal 1957, # 4, pp 21-25 (USSR) ABSTRAM The old standards, FOCT 579-41, 580-41, 582-41, 2834-45, 3619-47, covering 100 models of steam pumps and about 30 of motor-driven pumps are under revision. The author cites a few examples of inadequacies in the old- The now rOCT 8336-57 "Pumps#' Piston, Stetamp Horizontal Type, Basic Parameters and Dimensions" will be put into effect on 1 January 1950, replacing the roCT 579-41, 580-41 and 2834-45. This is for water pumps, dark petroleum products of up to 1100 BY viscosity and 1000C, and other like fluids, with steam work pressure of 16 kg/cM2. The pumps are direct action, two- cylinder, 4 stage. The number of models is reduced from 100 to 30. The accepted pressure gradations and feed limits are Card 112 given in a chart (table 1). The series is built on feed stages KALISHEVSKIY, V. L., Cand Tech Sci -- (diss) "Investigation of the suction capacity of power-driven piston pumps." Moscow, 1960. 15 pn; (Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialist Education RSFSR, Mos- cow Order of Lenin and Order of Labor Red Banner Ifigher Technical College im Bauman); 200 copies; price not given; (KL, 25-60, 132) -K&LI5iiUK,-A. - -- - -- - -- - --- -- -- - - - --- 42233- KALISHUK, A. L. Vliyaniye plastichnoste na prochnost' be-tona v zavisimsti ot vyderzhivaniya ego do uklndki. V sb: Nauch. soobshch. (Mr. nauch. inzh.- tekhn. o-vo stroiteley. Kafedra stroit. Prozvodstva kievsk. Inzh.-Stroit. In-ta). Kiev, 1948, c. 57-65. So: Letopis' Zhurnal'nykh Statey, Vol. 47, 1948. KALISIIUK, Aleksandr Luklyanovich, kand. teklm. nauk, dotij.; TRETIYAKOV, Lev Dmitriyevich, kand. tekhn. nauk, dots.; STEFANOV, Boris Vladimirovich, kand. tekhn. nauk, (lots.; NOVGOAODSKIY, Mikhail Avramovich, at, propod., ~.:nd, tekhn. nauk, ANTONENKO, Grigoriy Yakoclevich, a;~Astent; RUSANOVA, Nina Georgiyevna, assistent; SIKORS)KrY, Oleg Nilcolayevich, assistent; ALEKSMIDIOVSKIY, A.Ya., red. [Manual on the manufacture of precast reinforced concrete] Spravochr- po proizvodstva sbornogo zhelezobetoria. [BY] A.L.Kalishuk i dr. Kiev, Izd-vo Budivellivk, 1964- 345 p. (MIRA 17:7) 1. Kafedra tekhnologii sbornogo zhelezobotona Kiyevskogro inzhenerno-stroitellnogo instituta (for all exer-~,.t Aleksandrovskiy). 2. Zaveduyushchiy kafedroy taklmologii sbornogo zhelezobetona KVevskogo inzhenerno-stz-itollnogo instituta (for Kalishuk). 1,~;OROZOV, Nikolay Viktorovich, doktor tekhn. nauk,- ARBUZOV, Nikolay Terentlyevich ' kand. tekhn. nauk; GROMOV, Vasiliy Lukich kand. teklui. nauk [deceased]; KALISHUK, Aleksandr Luklyanovich, kand. tekhn. nauk; KURdATOV, Dzitr~y va~6v,c kand. tekhn.nauk) PILYUGIN, t-likhail Semenovich, kand. tekhn. nauk,* KHUTORYANSKIY, Aleksandr Abrarrovich, kand. teklul. nauk; SIMM, TSIS, Aleksandr Abramovichp kand, tekhn. nauk; LAVRIK, Gennadiy Ivanovict, arkh. 14ADERA, Georgiy Illichj inzh,,- PINISKIY. Ye'im Aronovich, inzh.; SHKLYAR, A-leksandr Samoylovict., inzh.; BERGER, K.V. , red.; VISRIEVYY, V.V.j, red.; ISHCHENKO, N.S.., red. [Manual on civil engineering] Spravochnik po grazbdanskomu stroitel'stvu. Izd.5., perer. i dop. Kievj Budivellnyk, 1965. 2 v. (1,11IRA IS: 2) KALISHTJK 0. kand,takhn.nauk; DCMASHEVSKIY, A. [Damanhevalkyj, A.). ' inzh.; MONENAGMIKO, F.p in2ffi. The strength of joints of oonorete elements based on cement mortars with additions of polymers. %dmt.i konstr- 4 no.606- 39 K-D 162, (KM l5z12) (poi-ymers) (Precast concrete construction) ADRIANOV, P.K.; ANDRIAITOV, S.M.; BEREZIKOV, B.S.; GOWVXO. Y.G. (Holovko, V.H.1; DCBROVOLISKIY, A .V. [Doborovollsl~yi, A.V.3; DOVGAL', M.Y. [Dovball, H.F.1; YELIZAROV, V.D. ClElizarov, V.D.1; Z.HIZDRINSKIY, V.H. [Zhjvzdz7ns'~yi. v.m.]; uniGoRoDsm, O.K. [2venigorodellgri. O.m ZAYOMIKO, R.M. [Zalchenko, R.M.), IVANRNKO. Ye.l. [Ivananko. 11.i. 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I ,.E I .-P.- I--- 4~ 14(10);24(o) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION P01U/241o Kaliski, Sylwester Pewne problemy brze owe dynamioznej teorii sprezystosci I cial niesprezystych Mrtaln Boundary Problems of the Dynamic Theory of Elasticity and Dynamics of Nonelastic Bodies) Warszawa, Wojskowa Akademia Tedhniczna, 1957. 305 p. Number of copies printed not given. Eds.: Marian Dacko, and Henryk Sejnen'ski. PURPOSE: This dissertation for the degree of Doctor of Technical Sciences may be of interest to engineers and scientists working in the field of advanced theory of elasticity. COVERAGE: The object of this paper Is to present in a uniform manner general solutions to dynamical boundary problems by using dynamical displacement and stress functions. Homogeneous and nonhomogeneous isotropic and anisotropic elastic bodies are considered together ifith nonhomogeneous anelastic bodies showing anisotropic relaxation characteristics. Arbitrary nonstationary Card 1/9 Certain Boundary Problems (Cont.) POL/2410 Introduction 7 1. Purpose of this work 7 2. Present state of the problem 12 3. Geneidl formulation of the Droblem and the introduction of thermoconnected eqiiations of motion for anelastic, ani- sotropic and nonuniform bodies 17 PART I. ELASTIC BODIES Ch. I. Dynamic Displacement Functions 27 4. Dynamic displacement function for anisotropic bodies in orthogonal coordinates 27 5. Dynamic displacement functions for orthotropic bodies 31 6. Dynamic displacement functions for bodies with lateral anisotropy 32 7. Dynamic displacement functions for isotropic bodies 33 8. Some general relationships of components of the stress- Uensor and displacement vector for isotropic and aniso- tropic bodies 34 9. Reduction of displacement functions of isotropic bodies to the scalar and vectorial potential 37 Card 3/9