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KARTIK, I. I-- Data on the recurrence and the prolpmesion of Dupuytrenlo contracture. Acta. chir. plast. 5 no-4:253;-259 163. 1. Department of Plastic Surg. ery, :"to-ter Hoipital, Budapest (Hungaz7)8-.. (DUPUYTREJIIS COHMACTME) (SKIN TRANSPLANTATION) KARTIK, Ilona, dr. Therapy of Dqpuytren's contracture. Orv. betil. 97 no-13: 345-348 25 March 56. 1. A Fovarosi Xun-utcai Korhaz PlaBstikat Sebeezeti Os2talyanak (korbazi Igazgato foorros- Ircry. Miklos dr.) Kozlemenyo. (DUPUTTRICNIS OONTRACTURN, warg. aponeurectomy, indic., technic & results. (Hun)) KAR IK, II-om. Dr. Gamptodactylia. Orv. hatil. 99 no,,47:1652-1655 23 Nov 58. 1. A Fovarosi Kun-utcai Korhaz (mb. igazgato: Biro Sandor dr.) Plass- tilmi Sebeszeti Oaztalyamk (fooriros: Zoltan JanoB dr.kandidatus) kozle- merlye. (FINGIM, dis. camptodactylia (Hua)) *6 At I n 8, it U A-A . 004 00 0 . 0 000 "wh"IM al CsW.FUsss Combustice. (In Rus- *oz Kondrat'dY, L KartAiva, and & Kun- at'oi~ V. 9- Wj-"KJjjkji Zhumal pisich 8 1 (Journal of 004 d. W. Physical Chemistry), v. 22, May 1948, P- 661-564- go juvestipt" the above by the them-moelectric me- : tabulatei and charted data, thod, on the basis of 0 a 11 abim. even if present it is ["caged that the 0 in the son* of the cold flamp, does nut [love a% an importance as In tha niechaniam f hipt- 00;4 combustion. ago 400 Zee ITOO ago too, I W-1 0 U u 0 f0 Is 11 117.1 0 -*w V IN a a a 3 1 at a Is a 9 a it it o 0 *1 00 D'O 00 0 g 0 g 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 : :: :1z: "1064: 00 0 0 0 0 0 *ie 4004 0 36765 f S/081/62/000/001/059/067 1 00 B162/B101 (!IRS: Vaynshtok, V. V., Kartinin, 11. No, Karakash, So I*, Avchina, AU So A. TITLE: Investigation of lithium greases thickened with soaps of natural and synthetic acids PERIODICALs. Reforativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no. 1, 1962# 448, abstract 1M171 (Tr. Moak. in-t neftekhim. i gaz. prom-sti, no. 32t 1960, 11 - 26) TEXTj It is established that the cooling methods used in the production of Li greases do not make it possible to control the process of crystallization of the thickener and lead to the production of low-qualitY products with a polydisperse structure. Greases thickened wish technicall stearate of Li, obtained by isothermic crystallization at 130 C possess optimum properties and are characterized by a structure formed of elementary particles of uniform shape and size. High-quality greases can, be produced with Li-soaps of technical 12-hydroxystearic acidv and also with Li-soaps of synthetic C10 016 and CIO 021 carboxylic acids9 the Card 1/2 Card 2/2 3~ S/08-1/61 M70/024/073/086 B151/B1O1 AUTHORS: Vaynshtokq V. V., Kartinin, B. N., Karakash, S. I. TITLE: The effect of additions of lead soaps on the structure and properties of lithium greases I PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no. 24, 1961, 471 - 472, abstract 24M97 (Tr. Mosk. in-t neftekhim. i gaz. prom-stij no- 32, 1960, 27 - 40) TEXT: It has been found that the optimum temperature of crystallization of Li soap in the preparation of greases is 1100 C. Howeverg at this temperature it is not possible to prepare greases containing lead soaps, the crystallization of which proceeds below room temperatures. In these conditions it is possible to obtain lithium-lead greases. The addition of Pb stearate to greases thickened with Li stearate lowers their drop- fall temperatures. The colloidal stability of the greases firstly drops (on the introduction of up to 20~6 Pb stearate, based on the soap thickener) and then improves again. The limiting shear stress drops at Card 1/2 2337 s/oei)617000/024/073/066 The effect of additions of... B151/BIOI first (up to WO!' Pb stearate', then rises (4Ti'o Pb stearate) and then 4, Pb st ). drops again (50, earate The viscosity of Li greases shows little effect from the introduction of Pb stearate. The mechanical stability of the-greases, evaluated by the change in residual limiting shear stress after their breakdown in a mixer using a penetrometer, drops with increasing concentration of lead soap. The preparation of Li greases containing more than 50'," Pb stearate was not possible, although greases VK thickened with Pb stearate only were obtained, Examination with an elec- tron microscope showed that the structure of the Li soap changes on the addition of Pb stearate to the grease. Similarly) the dimensions and form of the crystallites of the lead soap depend-on the relative pro.- portion of Li stearate present in the grease. jAbstracter's note: Complete translation.] Card 2/2 9~100 AUTHORS: TITLE: 9 32336 SI,081/61/000/024/072/086 B'151/BIOI Vaynshtok, V. V., Kartinin, B. IT., Avchina, S. A., Levento, R. A. Combination of lithium and aluminum soaps in consistent greases PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no. 24, 1961~ 471, abstract 24M96 (Tr. Alosk. in-t neftekhim. i gag. prom-sti, no. 32, 196o, 41 - 52) TEXT: The optimum temperatures of isothermal crystallization 0of soft greases containing mono- and distearates of Al are 120 and 80 C, respectively. In these conditions the greases have their highest viscosity, limiting shear stress and drop-fall temperature, etc. For the same weight concentrations a greater thickening effect is exhibited by the distearate while for equal molecular concentrations by the mono- stearate of Al. The temperature dependence of the volume-mechanical properties of the greases thickened with Al digtearate is much more pronounced than with greases thickened with Al monostearate. For studying Card 1/2 32336 S/081/61/000/024/072/086 Combination of lithium and ... B151/B101 the effect of additions of Al soap on the properties of Li greases, Al monostearate was chosen, giving the best characteristics of the greases. Besides this, the optimum temperatures of crystallization of Li stearate (1100C) and Al monostearate (1200C) are close to each other. The introduction of Al soaps into Li greases lowers their viscosity, limiting shear stress, colloidal stability, and drop-fall temperat-ure. When the ratio of Al monostearate to Li soap was increased up to 5:1 or that of Al distearate to Li stearate up to 1:1, it via.= not ro'ssible to prepare the greases. The joint crystallization of Al and La, soaps, as shown by examination with an electron microscope, is considerably hindered, and in the case of low concentrations of Al soap Oin to '-10-,' of monostearate and 252~j of Al distearate) there occurs a considerable reduction in the dispersion of the Li stearate crystallites, Abstracter's note: Comnlete translation. Card 2/2 .6. /V :il$65 I 3/061/61/000/022/o6i/oI6 / /. -'11')PO :3101/B147 AUTHORBs Vaynahtol-, V. V., Bondarevskiy, G. D., Gekker# 1. S., J Xraskovs~aya, M. I., Kartinin, B. N. TITLEt Multifunctional additives to lubricants based on natural an4 synthetic ether acids PERIODICALt Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no. 22, 1961, 596 - 397, abstract 221021 (Tr. 11oak. in-t. neftekhim. i gaz. prom-sti, no. 32, ig6o, 53 - 67) TEXT% Investigations of multifunctional additives showed that ramified structures were characteristic of synthetic ether acids (mixture of eaters and compounds containing a lactone or lictide group besides free carboxyl or hydroxyl groups) formed during oxidation of ceresin wax (IARA-7 (Y111-7) additive) or petrolatum (NA-5 (UNI-5) additive). They contain several active groups (COOH, OH, COOR, where R. hydrocarbon radical) in the molecule. Thuot they die capable of increasing the antiwear, adhesive, and anticorrosive proportion of oils and hydrocarbon lubricants, and of lowering their solidification point. Similar properties ware found for Card 1/2 5/00 13Y~16~000/022/061/076 Yultifunctional additives to... B101/D147 natural ether acids contained in the residue of wool grease after oxtrac- tion of lanolin from degrae by compressed hydrocarbon gases. Such reoidues look like oxidized petrolatum, and are primarily a mixture of esters. and inter-esters, as well an free fatty acids, pigment, etc. The wool grease residue was designated MA-10 (URI-10) additi-re. The authors trj to ex- 1.41 plain the multifunctional-affect of ether acids. ~bstracter,s note% Complete translation. L Card 2/2 -7t/00 AUTHORS: TITLEt 323)s0 S/m/6i/ooo/024/076/086 B150101 Vaynshtok, V. V., Kartinin, B. N, Thixotropic properties of cons!.sLent greases -T 19L!, 472, abstract PERIODICALt Referativnyy zhurnal, Khimiya. no. 2 A, 20100 (Tr. Mosk. in-t noftekhir.. i ga? prom-sti, no, 32, 196o, 116-i2q) TEXT: A study of the mechanical stability of soft greases was carried out by breakinE them down in a mixer, using a penetrometer with a mechanical drive, and by measurement of the residual shear stress (G both straight after breakdown as well as after aprolonged resting period (up to 2,000 hours), It was shown that, in a number of cases, what was ; ~- , be measured was the Dower spent in breaking dewn 'rhe Freases a-r t -a- tion of heat during the grease mixing process. For charaC-'e:-1z7-ng Zile breakdown of the structure, electron micro~scone tec,rique was used. it has been shown that. the breakdown of the soan-thickened fats increases with the degree of defozmation, With synthetic greases the opposite Card 1/2 32338 S/081/61/000/024/074/086 00 01~ '5 8 B151/B101 AUTHORS i Avchina, S. A., Karakash, 6. 1 K~~i n...~N TITLE: A method for evaluating the 1 lmltln~ shear stress of con- sistent grease with an M4n-2(?,1NI-2 plastometer PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiyaq no. 24, 1961, 472, abstract 24L198 (Tr. Mosk. in-t neftekh'~m. gaz. prom-sti, no. 32, 196o, 141 -151) TEXT. The operating unit of this apparatun for determining the limit of solidity (limiting shear stress),-t nr , of soft greases consists of two parallel immovable plates, between which tl.-lere is located a third plate, joined to a balance beam. The grease under test is smeared between the plates, the surface of which is covered with grooves to prevent slippage at the walls. Onto the second balance beam is fixed a cup, into which water is poured at a fixed rate. As the water gradually fills the cup, the load on the plate increases and the pli.:tte moves in the grease. The construction of the apparatus allows one to find beforehand the amount Card 1/2 S701j,11/61/000/024/074/oa6 A method for evaluating the... B151/B101 of displacement of the plate at which the contacts of a relay are closed and the filling of the cup with water ceases. The weight of the cup with the water at this moment corresponds to the load on the plate at which a given displacement of the plate in the grease takes place. By relating the load to the area of contact between the plate and the grease,'C nr of the grease can be calculated. The magnitude of th07 path ~X of displacement of the plate is chosen by 31X~a - 4CF/~:, higher than the lim- iting value of the elastic deformations (found by preliminary experi- ments). Por Li and Ca greases this value is usually 0.1 - 0.12 mm, and for hydrocarbon greases 0-05 - 0.06 mm. Tho reproducibility of parallel determinations for the measurement of'U is + 10 - 185 of the mean. CAbstracter's note: Complete translat on Card 2/2 CHERIJOZHUKOV, N.I.; UYNSHTOK, V.V..-,..KARTIh',IN_, B-N. Submicrostructure of solid hydrocarbons in a hydroixrbon medium. Izv. vya. ucheb. zav.; neft' i gaz 4 no.8tB-3-86 (61. (MIRA 1/,::L2) - 1. Moskovskiy institut nefteldimicheskoy i gesovoy promyshlonnosti imeni akadeinika I.M. Gubkina. (Hydroearbons.-Analysis) CHMNOZ-HUKOV, N.I.; VI-INSHTOKY V~V.- KARTIN-IN, D.N. 5 Cryatal submicroatructuni of sr,-L.d hytirr%carbor. 311,xllureb In a hylrocarbon medium. !zv. vy-~~, u-hc..b,, zav,-, nw-lftl I gaz 'I no.1103-57 162. (MIRA 1,726) 1. Mogkovskly irstitut nefLekhimicheskov i Lawvoy Prolr~fshlennustl imani qkadamika GubkIna. 41921 :3/o65/62/OGO/O1i/oo4/oo6 13075/E436 AUTHORS: Sinitsyn, V.V.,,~,~tinin, BN_ TITLE: Electron microscope investigation of the structure of soda greases based on the soaps of synthetic fatty acids PERIODICAL: Khimiya i tekhnologiya topliv i masel, no.11, 1962, 62-66 TEXT: The authors investigated for th,6 first time the structure of greases containing sodium soaps of synthetic fatty acids as thickeners. The acids were distilled into several fractions (C11 to C22), the soaps of which were studied separately. It was established that the structure of the c; thickened with soaps of the acid fractions up to C20 essentially do not differ from the greases thickened with sodium soaps of the corresponding natur4l fatty acids. The presence of admixtures (oxidation by-products) increases the dispersion of the thickener particles. Some of the particles could not be resolved by the aloctron-microscope used. Increasing the average molecular weighl~ of the acid fractions leads to higher dispersion, viscosity, hardnoss and mechanical stability Card 1/2 s/o65/62/000/0ll/oo4/oo6 Electron microscope ... E075/E436 of the greases. It was shoim that in greases based on the end fractions of the acids (C18 -C22) and the residual acids the thickener is highly dispersed. Such greases have poor thermal stability and gel at 100 to 1200C. The same applies to soaps of acids "C17- C20" produced industrially. There are 3 figures. Card 2/2 33540 S/069/62/024/001/002/003 B119/B101 AUTHORS: Sinitsyn, V. V., Aleyeva, Ye. V.1-Kartinin, B. N. (Moscow) TITLE: Effect of free alkalis and acidst on structure and properties of plastic greases thickened with bla soaps PERIODICAL: Kolloidnyy zhurnal, v. 24, no. 1, 1962, 75 - 79 TEXT: Investigations were conducted on four lubricating greases whose alkalinity (up to 0.16% NaOH) or acidity waj3 varied (with stearic acid up to an acid number of 1.2 mg KOH/g of grease). Production of the lubricating greases: Soap produced from stearic acid according to rOCT 2074-51 (GOST 2074-51 ) and NaOH was suspended at 109'2 in low-viscosity ~JK -8 (MK-8) oil according to ro6T 6457-53 (GOST 6457-53), heated to 2000C, and cooled down rapidly (grease 1) or slowly during 4 lirs (grease 2). Greases 3 and were produced in the same manner with spindle oil - 3 according to FOU1707 5 (GOST 1707-51). Alkali, or stearic acid, was admixed to the soap. Investiga- tions: Electron microscopic studies on an 3M-3 (EM-3) apparatus; shearing strength determination on a K-2 (K-2) plastometer according to POCT 7143-54 Card 1/3 33540 3/069/62/024/001/002/003 Effect of free alkalis and acids B119/B101 (GOST 7143-54); colloidal stability determination on a KCA(KSA) apparatus according to rOCT7412-54 (GOST 7412-54) based on the quantity of oil squeezed out of the S~rease; acidity or alkalinity determination by titration of the alcohol-water extract from the petroleum ether-grease solution according to POCT 6707-57 (GOST 6707-57). Results: The size of Na stearate particles dispersed in oils strongly decreases with decreasing acidity and increasing alkalinity of the system; the dispersion degree increases and, with it, the shearing strength (1 g1cm2) with acid number 1.2 mg KOH; 3 91cm2, neutral; 12 g/cm2, with 0.16% NaOH), as well as the colloidal stability (28.1% of oil is squeezed out of grease 2 with acid number 1.2 mg KOH; 13.3.% of oil.., out of the same grease with 0.03% NaOH; 12.4%, from grease I with 0.07% NaOHj 26.0%, with neutral reaction). Differences in the viscosity of the initial oil, and in the cooling rates during the production, show much lower eff9cts. Certain rules hol& for all lubricating greases thickened with soap's (Li soaps). These results show that the tolerancelof the N&OH content in Na greases (e.g., Konstalln, 4k -50 (NK-50)), fixed at 0 - M% by the standard specifications, is too large. There are 'j fij7ures, 1 table.and 6 referenceai IZ Card 2/3 VAYNSHTOK$ V.V.; KARTININ, B.N.; KARAKASH, S.I. Lead soaps as moolfierg of the structure of lithium oils. Tinidy MINKRU no-37.185-199 162. Grease on a base of lead and a1uminum, soaps. lbid.:200-214 (MIRA 17:3) S/15 63/000/603/00i/605.- ion'* 6~onditions oi,i Effect of deparaffinati B117YB186 structure) showed'that an~.inoraase_in.ketone conce hexagonal ntration led to the-formation of~'Iargero'.-4ell structured crystals of solid hydrocarbons. bil-ty'-of the precipi' This permea tate, which, accelerated theXiltration and~m deAt~eas'ier to-sep iquid from- a arate the.1 phase.,.: AnAncrea'se_'in the, coolin rate (from 40 to 900C1hr) led,.,. to the formation:6f.smaller:cr.,fotals, which unfavorably affected the filtration and the yield'ok"deparaffinci-d oil. A further increase of the 0 cooling rate (up 'to 2G0 A had no e f eat on the size of crystals. C r) 0 Theref are t he: mean, o o 61 ii.4, tat should,not exceed 60 C/hr; 4 rate-of 0 about 40 C/hr. i si reodmmended:-'f-:or the -beginning'of crystallization, followed by- 9. faster cooling.:at the.:'AnAl stage... Repeated dilution of the. raw ~material favorably. aff iacts-ihe . ~icrostruoture of solid, hydrocarbons; less :Viscous liquids. produce, -.larger, dwell. shaped crystale effecting an accelerated iltration. and higher yields-of the deparaffined oil.. The temperature gradient is impaired by higher solubility of solid hydrocarbons, with increasing solvent.~conte'fit. Addition of.the solvert in portions is n t expedient asAt: k h 0 3. ma es 't e more'Do'nsistent during the cooling, thus:retardifig thecryntallization proci~ss. There are 12 figures and 4 tables.- Caro 2/3~ FAUZI., Mokhamed; KARTININ, B.N.; CIIMIOZHJIKOVt N.I. Effect of the depth of phenol purification on the characteristics of dewaxing. Izv. neft' i gaz 6 no.8t6l-64 163. 1. Moskovskiy institut neftekhImicheskoy lennosti. imeni akademika I.M. Gubkina. of residual oil vys. ucheb. zav.; (MIRA 17-,6) gazovoy pronWsh- SIBITSYN) V.V.; MANIKOVSKAYA, N.K.; ALEYEVA, Ye.V.;_KARTININ, B.N. Effect of the structure of synthetic carboxylic acids on the structure and properties of plastic sodium greases. Neftekhiziia 3 no..1:128-134 Ja-F 163. (MIRA 16:2) 1. Moskovskiy institut neftekhimicheskoy i gazovoy promyehlennosti imeni I.M. Gubkina,, (Lubrication and lulwicants) (Acids, Organic) FAUZI, Mokhamed; KARTININ, B.N.; CHEMOMUKOV, N.1. Effect of certain depressants on the nature of t'-e crystallization of solid hydrocarbons in the d,waxing of residual raffinates. Izv.vys.ucheb.zav.; naft' i gaz 6 no. 12:61-63 163. (MIRA 17:5) 1. I-Imakovskiy institut neftekhimicLeskoy i gazovoy promyshlen- nosti im. akademika I.M.Gubkina. SINITSYN., V.V. (Moskva); KARTININ, B.N. (MahkOa) Electron microscope study of structural changes in plastic greases during oxidation. Koll.zhur. 25 no.6:671-673 N-D 163# (KIRA 17:1) VAY141,11TOK I V.V._! KLh J, , ; 1*1 1 j 4; !-,F, , 1. .: yi~MIN~ t I't Structure of lubvicarits in trdx,:~d ~rt;~zj '-d--0-16i, no.44: 242-250 163. (MIRA 18:;-,) L W-L AS imp,, --j INIDJM k 4 , _"A~Wul - ACCESSION NR: AP4042329 S100651641000100TIO05910065 AUMOR: FukD, I. G.; Va~mrjhtok, V. V.; Chermozhukoir., N. I. Kartinin B. N. J_~ 0 TITIZ: Fillers an components of thickened lubricants.~ SOURCE: Rhimiya i tekhnologiya topliv i masel, no. 7., 1964) 59-65 TOPIC TAGS: lubricant, lubricant filler., thickened lubricant) lithium lubricant,, hermetic property, filler mechanism) yiold value) p&xticle size, inart filler., active filler, chemically reactive filler, amorphoun lubricant, crystalline lubri- cant, fibrous lubricant structure,, colloidal stability, molecular structure ABSTRACT: The effect of fillers on the structure and properties of thickened lithi.ima'lubricants was investigated in order to obtaln data on the mc6anicm, of the action of the fillers and to study the possibility of increasing the hemati- city of the lubricants.-, Castor oil with 20 weight %. lithium ricinoleate, and 5., 161 15 EU-D-w-t--~ of mica, 4_r_a21Atc,1r, chemically pure T102 and oxides of lead, magnesium, zinc, . iron and n lund num was used for the investigation. The f illers were added to the lu1bricant while it was hold at 205-210C for 15 minutes. lioxmeti- city wan determined by the maximum. pressure that the lubricant could withstand and Card 1/3 ~L 2106-65 !ACCESSION NR: AP4042329 .by the number of opened-closed stopcock cycles at 25-200 atmospheres before the real was broken. It was concluded that the yield value obtained could be used as a basic laboratory index of the operating properties of the thickened lubricants. .The nature of the filler and its particle size and concentration affect the yield value. The inert filler,, graphite, did not change the molecular structure of the soap but increased the Yield value approximately proportionally to its concentra- tion. The particle size of the graphite changed the yield value only slightly. The active fillers T102, A1203,, Fe203 and mica did not affect the strength of-the soap but raised the yield poifit mucli less than graphite. TtLe effect of the part- icle size of this type of fillers on the yield value was significant. It was found: that. the finer particle material (35-50 micron) increasing the yield values much more than the larger particle filler (100-120 micron). The colloidal. stability of the lubricant with mica%,'~was higher than with graphite. Tii~ ii~_emi_c`a-U_,v_r_e-ac_1EK~i~ fillers ZnO., MgO and FbU significantly lowered the yield value even at 5-10% con- centrations, lowered the drop point 35-40 degrees, affected the colloidal atsbility and changed the structure of the lubricant from cnstalline to amorphous (MgO and PbO) or fibrous (ZnO). Orige art. bas: 4 figures and 3 tableae ASSOCLUION: MINKh i OP :.Card .2/3. 2106-65 AccEsum N'H'-:'-'-AP4042329 suma=: '00 SUB CODE: rp ENCL: 00 lqo Fw sov. OC4 or=: 000 3/3 ACCESSIal NR: Ap4o37174 S/0069/64/cr, V0290/0?Q5 AUTHOR: Vaynshtok, Ve GoIlder, G. A. TITLE: The structure of soaps mdified 'by edditione of I-ead an~ i.1iz_-'u steax&'~n SOURCE: Kolloidny*y zhurnal, %'. 26, ca, 3, 1,9_54 , 290-291~1, and insert. faciiig p. 290 TOM TAGS: soap oil dispersion rtruc-Lu~,-o, roap electronm_4Gc-_oscopy, --,v~p x ray, lithium stearate, lead stearate) elimiaum otearew, eutectic mixt1u..'a', lee4 atearate, crystals crystal, crystal aggrogatt, U-mir= lith_t= stz3xat6 crystal, .1ol."tly dispersed partiola ABSTRACT: The authors studied the cvjzte_Ui_-aticn of 1-ithium stearate added With other stearatea, videLy used in the wnufae~turf, cAl' dispersions), and conducted elect roi:oi Fc roacor,.1c &-na x-rav atua-it:- ~A' n~ndividual i: soaps, their melts and the soap-oil di.31;,erv ions Vrepamd ou thelv Exparl. mental specimens were prepwv,& by suap:sL_Un-,e,, tLa soax) povder or gr.~i3oa in petro- leum ether. The results are photogralZed, aui figuxed. VrIdlo "'he poudera& coaps diftered littia in their x;p at., tDc-,-a of t'-hQ p~mczeo 1u~A sp-~!cif La istructures depwxUng upon th* so&p cetiozp crjzitsjXzaticxa cor.,11iI.J1.10an ane-i Timecard r____ ]ACCEESSIM NR: AP4037174 thickener comTosition. The lead-steexete based gresses sboveO. J, -lead stearate laxellae with a low degree of anisouliametric" ty, d-ur- to poor solubl- lity and thickenlng ability of such sorips. JUuztLnuu and 31thimn f..)gathar formed distinctly shaped combined crystals (to 2.15% =1.% of alumistun; Increase of altmLinum. soap concentration caused a decrease of coL oidal atab I.Ity and rheologic indicatoru. No combint!d crystala vere foiucd by lck:--L azA zn:u=.inum. X-ray studien of there stexratea, tLcir rie)-t",; thc hinz-azy grcasc %),-_~zcns sharp diff-raction., with the excep ticu c' atmi rv)qp. Dattv. on in ~,c Icnex distances and line intensity are rrej:i, T..e of ';,*Le gre i,pronounced than those of the start~ar ~:(_srj-s. ~!-a effect c-,' r- act ~~vl ti.lu_ 'ninum stearate on the structure fiuni~ad -,O~ I.J. to formation of Joint dispersed particles r. ncIA akla~tion._ dest-ruc-, :tion of tbe structure at 30-5Vp mol.%. '.Teuc mixturcs. Lead and alumint=. stnar!~Aiz ---. -r:;.! Fc. tc k_-ancr. in -:dis-~rscd pearticler, did not fo" ex;[ either uas coataix,,,ad in the i!~ Cfjv~ "IbnLk 10.-",., cr n o as riol.~. 170 Co L'Iti :of Cx7stallization &b rom tewrc: it aret.~x2 Can I. ab, On'y by :;neutral lead atea=be ambined Lmc.- or diatem-ate in. :zaro tb= 2/3 ACCESSICIN IN-IR: AP4037174 ;20-30 M014 concentraticas Lithium., lead and almin= stearates separa~~ea~v fr= malts as tutectic mixturca. Oris., ar~.. I=-*. 3 tabl-zj ASSOCIATICU: V=kovskiy Inatitut neftakblmi chaskcly i gazovoy 'I. MI. G7-,bk:lna (Mozcov Institute of Petroehcmical zmd Gas 1=4uat.7.) SUMI=T: OZiov62 ENCL: 00 sm com: pp 90 ~w SOV.. WT OTEM: WT 3/3 LISOVSKIY, Me.; KARTININ B.Na.GUKIMVI, L.A.; CHERNOMUKOV, N.I. 147.~chanism of the action of tars on the crystallization of paraffins. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; neft' i gaz 8 no.6:57-61 165. (MIRA 18:7) 1. Azerbaydzhanskiy institut nefti i khimil im. M.Azizbekova i Moskovskiy institut neftekhimichesko), i gazovoy prorVshlennesti im akademika I.M.Gubkina. GIAZOVp 0,1,1 WTININp B.Nol CHERNOZHUKOVI N.I. Struature of tho solid hydrocarbons of distillation raffinates, Xhim. I takh. topl..i masel 10 noolOsIg-23 0 165. (MIRA M10) 1. Mookovehy ordena Trudovogo Kramiago Znameni inatitut neftekhimioheskoy i gasovey proqrohlennosti In. akad. Oubkina. L 29708-66 EWT(M)/T --DJ ~ACC NR: AP6015115 (A) SOURCE CODE: UR/0065/66/000/005/0026/0030.-.-- S3 AUTHOR: Fuks, I. G.; Vaynshtok, V. V.;.Kartinins B. N.; Chernozhukov, N. I. tORG: MINKh and GP TITLE: Effect of surface active agents on the istructure and strength characteris- tics of lithium lubricants with fillers SOURCE: Khimiya i tekhnologiya topliv i masell, no. 5, 1966, 26-30 TOPIC TAGS: lubricant surface active agent, alkali metal lubricant, lithium com- pound, shear stress ABSTRACT: The effect of stearic acid and glycerin admixtures an the structure and properties of lithium lubricants prepared with S-220 oilYwith and without fillers '(mica and graphite in amounts of 5, 15, and 30 'w-t-.TT -was studied. The lubricants were prep ared by thickening the oil with lithium stearate (20 wt. %). The depend- ence of the limit shear stress of the lubricants containing fillers on the con-en-. tration. of the surfactants (stearic acid$ glycerin, and water) has an extremal chaz%~, ~acter: minimum limit shear stress values correspond to surfactant concentrations of. ------ ----.-UDC;---62l.892..9 L 29708.66 'ACC MR: AP6015115 to 0.2% while maximum values correspond to higher concentrations. Critical con- up centrations of surfactants in the lubricants ccirrespond to sharp itheir structure. The presence of fillers enhances the effect of surfactants on the Strength characteristics and causes the differ4ince in the maxima values of the ilimit shear stress to increase (particularly when the concentration of fillers is braised). Glycerin and stearic acid considerably increase the thickening effect of ;lithium stearate, in castor oil. Orig. art. has: 4 figures and 1 table. ';SUB CODE: ll/ SUBM DATE: 00/ ORIG FXF: OIL/ OTH REF: 000 Card 2/2 KARTIN, Peter Polyneuritis caused by poisoning. Zdrav. vest., Ljubljana 24 no. 1-2:20-24 1955. 1. Nevroloska klinika medicinske v:tsokp sole v Ljubljani-- predstojnik prof. dr. Ivan Marincte. (POLYNBUIRITIS, atiol. & pathogen. arsenic. lead & thallium 1;ois., clin. aspects & ther. (SM (ARSENICALS, pots. causing polyneuritie. clim. aspects & ther. (S1)) (LF.kD POISONING, occup., causing polyneuritis, clin. aspects & ther. (S1)) (OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES, lead pots., causing polyneuritis, clin. aspects & ther. (Sl)) (THALLIUM, pots. causing polyneuritis, clin. aspects & ther. (51)) (POI SONING, arsenic, lead & thallium, pots., causing polyneuritis, clin. aspects & ther. (SM J~ - Two cases of reversible atonic ileu.a in diseases of the central nervous system. Zdrav. vast., Ljubljana 24 no.9-10:352-354 1955. 1. Nevroloska klinika medicinake fakulete v Ljubljani - predstojnik Prof. dr. I. Marincic. (INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION. atiol. & pathogen. central NS die., case reports (Si)) (CENTRAL NERVOUS STSTEM. dis. causing atonic reversible intestinal obstruct. (Sl)) zt -1, U66it/Medicine - Meninges, Tuberculosis "la-Y 19147 Medicine - Streptomycin "An Experiment in Tuberculous Meningitis Treatment dith Streptom-yein," S. 0. Dulitzkiy, i. Ii. Gotsma-n, 1.11. K. Kartman, IR. A. Fridman, 4 pp "Byul Eksp Biol i Med" Vol D-III, No 6 Discussion, with results, of treatment by suboccipital injecticn of otreptomycir., which was found to cause a change in the usual course of the disease, with an effect upon the meningeal symptoms. However, the cerebrospinal fluid remained pathological. PA 14T8 NARITI., ". 1:, i 1. K-. U.~JRA-Iedicinm - Streptomye-in 3ep/Get 41 i-I-dicine - Tuberculous Meningitis, Therapy "Test of the of Tube rmilous Mmningitis by Lhe 3,aboccipital Inturotluction of Streptoviyein," '). 0. Dulitskly, R. M. Gotsman, R. K. Harti:,-m, H. A. Fri~'Iiman, F. 1. Urlyeva, Clinic of Hosp Pediatrics, Children's flosp iiiien-i FilLtOV, Chair of Physiol, Stcond Moscow Mled Inst :Uieni I. V. Stalin, 6 PP PPediatriya" No 5 Subject trcat;.Lent proposed by Acad L. S. Shtern led in Riany cases to complete clinical recov Stredtomycin treatment should be continued for a long tii-iie, until comik-plete disappearInce of meningeal syndrot7e and cerebrospinal fluid reaction. No lasting complications ,,ere obst-rved in cases treated. Treatment was unsuccessful in sma' Ll childr,--n. PA 34/49T60 VASYUTINSKIY) B.M,; KOGAN, V.S.; KARTMAZOVI G.N.; YAKIMENKO, L.F., . diplomnitsa I C=titutional diagram of the nickal - chromium system. Fiz. met. i metalloved. 9 no. 4:558-563 Ap 160. (~mu 1-4:5) l.. Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut AN USSR. (Phase rule and eq~ili~=ium) (Nickel-chromium alloyo--Metallography) S/126/61/012/005/023/028 E040/E435 AUTHORS.~ Vasyutinskiy, B.M.. KartmaZO-kr, G.N.., Finkel!,, V.A. TITLE,- The structure of chromium in the temperature range of 700 -- 1700"C PERIODICAL; Fizika metallov i metallovedeniye, v.12, no-5, 1961, 771-773 TEXT,. Previous investigations of the crystalline structure of Ni--Cr alloys in the temperature range of 1840 to 19300C indicated the presence of a cubic, face-centred 0--phase of chromium and the possibili-Ity was suggested that chromium exists in five allotropic modificat-ions, To verify these assumptions, a study was made of the crystalline structure of 80 x 10 x.2 mm chromium specImens with a purity of 99,94%,, The examination was made i% a high.-temperature X--ray camera, which was first evacuated to 10" mm Hg and then filled in with argon to the pressure of 300 mm Hg. The specimen was heated by passing through it electrl,:~ current (up to 600 A), The examination was made in Cr anticathode radiation at a specimen.-film distance of 60 nim, which ensured good resolution of the a-doublet and enabled an accurate determination of the lattice parameter. The experimental Card 1/~ -3- The structure of -chromium s/i26/61/012/005/023/028 E040/E4715 set-up was designed to facilitate reflec;tion from thft (211) plane of the body-centred chromium in ihe whole interval of the test temperatures, The experimental results are shown in Fig.1 and 2. The results shown in F-4g.1 indicate the absence of any polymorphi- transformations in pure chromium within the temp6rature range, investigated,. There are 2 figures and 14 referencesg 11 So-iet--bloc and 3 non-Soviet-bloc., The three references to English language publications read as follows,,. Ref.l. Bloom D.S., Grant N.J. J. Metals, -v.3 (11Y, 1951, 1009 Ref.2~ Abrahamson E., Grant N.J. J. Metals, v.8. 1956, 973~ Ref-39 St4i~in C., Grant N.J. J. Metals, v.7, 1955, 127~ ASSOCIATION~ FizikG-tekhnicheskiy instirut AN UkrSSR (Physicotachnical Instituto AS UkrSSR) SUBMITTED,, April 19, 1961 V/ Card 24)__ S/185/62/007/006/010/014 D407/D301 AUTHORS: Vasyutynsikyy, B. M.,_~artraazov, H. 14. and Pinkell, V.0. TITLE: X-ray investigations of the structure of tantalum up to 27000C PERIODICAL: Ukrayinslkyy fizychnyy zhu.rnal, v. 7, no. 6, 1962, 661-662 TEXT: In the present investigation, the temperature range is ex- tended beyond 22000C. The specimens were made of tantalum wool, 0.3 mm thick. The metal was annealed in a vacuunr at 22000C so as to remove gaseous impurities. The X-ray analysis was carried out in-a high-temperature X-ray chamber in a vacuum of 1-3-10-4 mm Hg. The specimens were heated by an electric current. Only the tantalum line was observed over the entire temperature range; the bara 'me- ters of the body-centered cubic lattice vary smoothly with tempera- uure. This indicates the absence of phaae transi.tions in tantalum. -The temperature dependence of the latt-.'LG'B parameters of tantalum Card 112 S/185/62/007/006/010/014 X-ray investigations D407/D301 can be expressed by the empirical formula (3-3017 + 1'4142-10-5T+0.8660-10- T )kX. aTOC The coefficient of linear expansi ;on was calculated by*an approxi- rate formula. The temperature depbndence of the coefficient of li- near expansion is shown in a figiL~e. At, temperatures above 20000C the lattice parameter varies almolt linearly with temperature, whereas the coefficient of linear~~expansion remains practically un- changed. There are 2 figures. The. I ost important English-language Im reference reads as follows: J. W.,Bdwards, R. Speiser, H, L. John- son, J. Appl. Phys., 22,'.'.424, 195f. 1. - A6SOCIATION:- Fizyko-tekhnichnyy instytut AN UkrRSR, Kharkiv (Physi- cotechnicar Institute of the AS UkrRSR, Kharkiv) SUBMITTED: 1962 Card 2/2 A. S/126/62/013/002/017/019 IYS 4' E,039/E135 AUTHORS: Vasyutinskiy, B.M., Kogan, V.S., Kartnazov, G.N., and Yakimenko, L. F. TITLE: The formation of textured layers of nitride on chromium obtained by condensation in vacuum from the vapour phase PERIODICAL; Fizika metallov i metallovedeniye, v-13, no.2, 1962, 310-311 TEXT: It is shown that the skin formed on the surface of chromium when heated in air or oxygen consists of two layerst an external layer of rhombic Cr203 and an internal layer of hexagonal Cr2N. This was discovered by means of X-ray diffraction measurements. The structure of the skin formed on chromium when heated in air and in nitrogen up to 1300 OC was examined for two different samples;. one was chromium cast and rolled in vacuum, and the other a*sample of chromium obtained by condensation from the vapour phase. This condensation was carried out at a pressure of lo-3 mm H9 on to a molybdenum plate over a period of Card 1/2 V, The formation of textured layers ... S/126/62/013/002/017/019 L'039/E135 10-15 hours forming a layer 300-500 1L -thick. This layer was then annealed in air for 450 hours. The skin foruied was studied by means of X-ray diffraction using K.-Cr radiation to improve definition..~ Maximum reflection from the (110) plane was obtained with the sample placed at 560 to the incident beam, indicating that the nitride is orientated with the (110) plane parallel to the surface. In the case of chromitun cast and rolled in a vacuum at a temperature of lloo OC no structure corresponding to the nitride layer was discovered; similarly, chromium cast and rolled in air and in nitrogen at a temperature of 900-1.21,00 OC showed no structure. It is observed that the structured laye;~ of nitride on the chromium con.densed from the vapour phase is much more firmly bonded to the outer oxide layer than in the case of the structurelesB nitride on cast chromium from t-zhich the oxide layer is easily separated. ASSOCIATIONt Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut AN UkrSSR (Physicotechnical Institute, AS UkrSSR) SUBMITTED: May 22, 1961 Card 2/2 VASTUTPOKIY, B.M.; MITMAZOV, G.N.; FINKIMI, V.A. Obtaining filiform crystals of chromium. Fiz.met.i metalloved. 14 no.5:792-793 N 162. (MIRA l5sl2) 1. Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy inatitut AN TncrGSR.. (ChrOMiU.M) (CX73tallization) VASYUTINSKIY, SwMe; PUM4A2OVt_G.W. Nechaniom of nickel oxidation, Fiz,,met,l metalloved, 15 no.1; 132-134 Ja 163. (HIRA 16s2) i~ 1. ftziko-otekhnicheokiy inotitut Mi UkrSSR. (Nickel) (Ckidation) Ai tQ Z_z) (j, AID Nr. 983-1 5 June STRUCTURE OF TANTALUM AT HIGH TEMPEILALTURES. (USSR) Amonenko, V. M. , B. M. Vasyntinskiy, G. N. Kartmazov, Yu. N. Smirnov, and V. A. Finkel'. Fizika metallov i . mei`-a1_1ovede*hiye_T`v_.T5, no. 3, Mar 1963, 444-449, S /126 /6 3 /015 /003 /016 /025 i The Physicotechnical Institute, Academy of Sciences USSR, has studied the structure of Ta at 20 to 2600*C and the effect of -vacuum heat treatment on the structure and properties. X-ray diffraction patterns obtained with a high- temperature x-ray camera in a vacuum of 3-10--', mm Hg showed that the body- centered cubic structure of Ta remains unchanged at all temperatures tested. T`h~ lat tice parameter "a" increases from -3. 3030 kX at 20*C to 3. 3750 kX at 2600*C. An- The coefficient of thermal expansion was calculated from "a.'" nealing in a vacuum of 3.10-5 to 1.10-3 mm. Hg at temperatures up to 2200'C was found to increase "a" and microhardness.' Curves of these two param- eters versus temperature show maxima under all conditions tested; their magnitude increases with increasing pressure. 'With a constant annealing Card 1/2 AID Nr. 983-1 5 June STRUCTURE OF MITALUM (Cont'd] S/126/63/015/003/016/025 -,-time of 10 min these ma)dma occur at 1600* to 180TC under all pressures tested. With prollongedA annealing the maxima are shifted toward lower temperatures, occurring at 4500-16000C with annealing for 6 hrs. Both phenomena are at- tributed to gas absorption by the Ta. X-ray diffraction patterns of a specimen annealed for -15 hrs showed the lines of two high -temperature modifications of Ta20s at 1460 to 1490*C and 1500 to 1540*C, [ND) Card 2/2 L- -17700 77= iu -AN Ub. . tSSR,,(Pby Js Off ust tut*e'.~:AW-r kr D w SUB CO i EF m SO R A 4 -- - o t ' J Cord -,fACCESSIOq G.,'N ILv 't AW S/007/00 -uorl Wit aft 't~' 090- VA va 284011-66 EWT(n, )/)2F(n)-2/j7.-,T(t)/ETJ :[JP(e', J-'D/",!W/J1G/GD AGO N11i AT5027942 SOURCE CODEs UR/000Q/65/006/000/0077/0082 IAUTHOR s Ivanov, V. re., 11ech1porsnk2,_Ye.L P. i:Dr. or Tochnical Sciences)l q!ipovs. A. D. Vasyutlnekly, Do M I Kartmazov a. No. .'71 i none TITLF,i Thermal streeaea in chromium coatin 1)n T2J1�ftn1= SOURCEi Seminar-po sharostoykim -tyame Leningy , k~�4- Maros 4kryt ad Ltoykiye Pla~~iy&'JHqqt-raelstsnt coatings) trudy eeminara. Leningradl Izd-V0 Nauka, -2C 1965; 77-82 TOPIC TAGSs chromium plating, vapor plating, molybdenums beat effects internal stress, adh esion, thermal.. stress, ABSTRACT; Previous studies (FMM) IXP 4i 55,8x 1960) showed that coatings obtained by the condensation in vacuum of Crxv.'poralbn the surface of 146 samples had good protectIve properties, but that their servIce life decreased considerably when they were subjected to te6perature flaotuatiors. A study. was made an the effeel of temporaturl on Interneil atresses In W-iromium coatings on molybdonnia, Produced [Card 1/3 1;~ 28408-66 AGO NR: AT5027942 in various vacuum conittione and having various strengths of adhesion of the coating to the substrate, The value of ntre3s (& ) was determined f rom changes in the deflection (d) of -the plated samples (100 x: 5 x 2mm) by using the formula & = 4 E hi d/ 312h, (hl+ h2)9 where B is the Young modulusp I is the length of ths-1 coated part of the sample and h and h2 are the thicknesqns of the coating and the base metal, reapectiv,;ly. Re curves of di3flootion (in mm) vs temperature were plotted during the experiments. The oban,ges in the slope of the curves (inflections)j corresponding to the conversion of elastic into nonelastic deformations, were observed during heating and cooling or the samples* lionelastio"I deformations In the low-temperature range ( 9 4066) were fomed at the critical stress &=8 kg / _Tm2a The value of the critical stress could be controlled either by the deformation of the coating Itself or by de strength of adhesion iof the coating to the substrate, Experiments idth the coatings of various degrees Iof adhesion strength (strangth of adhesion was changed by applying the coatings to the surface of ~b oxidized to various degrees, or by increasing the roughness of the Mo surface) proved that the value of the critical stress did not depend on the adhesion strength and was controlled by the deformatIon of the~coating Itself. The adhesion strength of coatings applied to the surfaces of oxidized Card 2/3.._ 023705k SOLRCE GODEt UR/0126/66/02i/bo/4/o62o/0621 AWHORS t Vasyutinaldy, Be Me; Karl Smirnov. yu, JI&; Finkoll, V, A, ORGt Phy -toldinichoakiy inatitub 'U1 Wa=)~ - ak~o-Technical Institute# AN UkrSSR (Fizilco TITLEt Investigatlon of the crystalline struuture~of n1obium and vanadium ab high temperatures SOURGE: Fizika metallov i metallovedoniye, v,. 21, no. 4, 1966j 620-621 TOPIC TAGS: niobiuju, -vanadium, x ray spectroncopy, crystal lattice parameter ABSTRACTj The crystal structure of niobium and vanadium was determined as a function of the temperatuxe. The experimental procedw?e was describ'ad earlier by V. M. Amonenko, Be 14 VaG UnBkiyt G. N. Kartma-zov., Yu. N. Smirnov, and V. A. Finkel' = The experim (FMM, 1963, 15, ontal results are presented graphically (sea Fig. 11 It was found that the temperature dependence of the lattice parameters obeyed the fo3J.owing relationship aNbfj 3,3001 V + 7,223 10-07,'.'..'( 7. 8G7 D~- TI) A, Ov 2,944'. 10-11 1L2 UDG: 548.0:546.881/882 L lo444-67 ACC NN AP6023705 Fig. la Toraporaturo dopandonoo of the lattico (Tdgraq parameter and ooofficiont of linear expansion of niobiumoryntal lattice 8,0 JJO I J/J Orig, art# has: 2 graphs and.2 equations.- SUB COIEs' 3-1/SUBI-I DATE s 02Aug65/ ORIG RDT: 001/ OTIE UX3 004 Card 2 /2 GREKHOV, N.T., Inzh.; PISTSOV, Yu.N., inzh.; ZERNITSKIY, Y.G., inzh.; KARTOKHIN, I.I. Raising heat loads during the combustion of low-grade fuels. Obog. i brik.ugl. no.28:58-68 162. (MJRA 17:4) t 17415-66 EWT0a)/EWA(d)/3WP(t) JD/RW. ACCEssioN NR: Ap5ol3676 SOM3, COM. UR/0182/65/000/005/0001/0005 AUTHOR: Polukhin, P.I.; Teterin~ P.K.,* W-k-111ranov, V.P.; Voronteavp V.K.,*, ORG: none TITLE: Stress deformation state in rolling circular blanks SOURCE: Kuzuechno-shtempavochnoye proizvodai"vo, no- 5, 1965, 1-5 n. material deformation, circular forging, stress analysis,.strai TOPIC TAGS: circular blank, blank, reduction tensile stress., applied load, load, mandrel diameter effectY ram form effect reduction degree effect ABSTRACT: This study was carried out becausit there ow increasing nee Les a 4141 t0, 11 te6 cular forgings from difTicultly deforming stwin: ba teat, resistant, and alloys. The stress deformtion state of the metal in the area of deformation during the rolUng of the circular blanks on a mandrel was investigated with re- spect to the form of the working surface of -the ram (plane, coreave, and convex), diameter of the mendrel, and degree of redudbion. The experimental results show Card 1/2. L 17415-66 ACCEMION RR: AP5o!3676 that 1) the process of reduction of circular 'blanks on a mandrel is accaapanied by the occurrence of tensile stress in the deirormation area perpendicular to the applied load., 2) the tensile stress and the z;xe it affects in the deformation area markedly decrease with Increase In the de-gree of reductionP and 3) an incrmw in the mandrel diameter and application of a concave rum tends to decrease the area of action of the tensile stress as well as of its absolute value. Orig. art. has: 4 formulas 5 figures, and 3 tables. SUB CODE: 13j,11 SUBM DATE: 00 ORIO MW: 004 REP: 000 Card 2/2 not ------------- SOV/124-58-8-9095 T ran slation from: Referativnyyzhurnal, Mekhanika, 1958, Nr 8, p 112 (USSR) AUTHOR: Kartoshkin, L.I. TITLE: On the Free Shearing Vibrations of a Stepped-section Canti- lever Beam (0 svobodnykh kolebaniyakh sdvi-,a konsollnogo sterzhnya stupenchatogo secheniya) PERIODICAL: Dokl. AN UzSSR, 1957, Nr 3, pp 9-14 ABSTRACT: The differential equations for the free shearing vibrations C, of a beam are solved by using the Fourier method to separate the variables. Ye.l. Buzin Card 1 /1 22328 cS~~ 11o1,11127 s/167/61/boo/oolAoo2/bo4 JOA110 A104/A133 AUTHOR: Kartoshkin, L. I. TITLE: Shear oscillations of some stepped rods PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Akademii. nauk UzSSR. Seriya tekhnicheskikh nauk, no. 1, 1961, 51 - 57 TEXT: The author reviewing the effect of the dynamic load on structures, investigates the transverse shear oscillations of' two step cantilever rods with a varying reduced elasticity module and volumetric weight, caused by instantaneous finite value pulses. In the case of nonhomogenous individual structural elements the reduced volumetric weight is determined by tred W (X) Fj W I M F (x) where?-red = reduced volumetric weight, ri = volumetric weight of the individual structural element, Fl = cross-sectional area of the Individual element, and F = operational area of the cross section. [Abstracter's note: subscript red (reduced) is a translation of the originall7p(prilredennyy)] The linear mass is Card 1/-q_~ 22328 ,9/167/6 1/ooo/oo i /o(y,?/oo4 Shear oscillations of... A1o4/A133 m W = 'Ged W P ('X) 9 A constant section rod consisting of two sectors of different materials Is treated in the same way as a uniform stepped rod, by adjusting the cross-section area of the lower Fl to the section area of the upper F2, and results in I = * C~) k* G1 Thus the modulus of rigidity of one area Is expressed by the modulus of the other area, i.e. G2 = k* G, (2) where G, and G2 are reduced moduli of rigidity of the corresponding lower and upper sections. In case of a stepped rod of different materialsthe rated correlation of the cross sections is expressed by F kd = __ = kk* (3) 2 d where k = given cross section ratio of the rod sections. EAbstracter's note: subscript d (different) is a translation of the original p(raznoye)] The deriva- tion ~g the integral equation on transverse shear oscillations of the nonhomogenous Card 2/9' 22328 S/161/61/ooo/ooi/602/004 Shear oscillations of... Aio4/Al33 variable section of the rod is based on the law momentum change. As),-and F change only during the transition from one sector to another the integral equa- tion is 2 au au dx + a 0, here al and ap M 1(2) 6) w 2 propagation vellocity of the shearing waves, constant in the lower and the upper sector of the rod. For integration along the closed contour Z or the plane (x,t) the positive. and negative characteristics passing along the plane, corresponcLing to the lower sector of the rod, are determinedby 2 dx 4- and-expressed by 'au dx a, at 4. a da, (7) al dt and in respect of the upper sector by &. =+ a,:, expressed by dt dx + a2 r)H dt== + a2 du. at 2 d7,e - coordinates of plane'point (x, t)*corresponding to the lower sector*are determined by ajz = X - alt, Card 3/SL7 t+a,~=x+ cz,t, 22328 s/167/61/ooo/001/002/004 Shear oscillations of... and those of the upper sector by E x - a..t, E + a27. x + a.t. The ratio of linear masses constant within the limits of each sector is at- LF-1 d inj -2F2 F, k and therefore 72- -,1 F2 - 71 d in case of rod sectors of different materials'kd (Fq'.a) is applied and r1, and,'~'-2" are altered accordingly. The specific example presents the calculation of a rod at A -.10 rZ, and the operating plane of tile cross section of the lower sector twice the size of the upper sector (K =.2), Chile the uniformiy distributed mass on the lower sector is only d = 1/2 compared to the upper sector. Analogous examples are frequently found In industrial and housing structures. The shearing functions u (x, t)'caused by an instantaneous finite value pulse at point M (x,t) of plane (x,t) are determined as L 2 (Fig. 1a). a a2 Card 4/9~. 22328 S/16-(/61/000/001/002/004 Shear o9cillations of... Alo4/A133 By applying Eqs. (7), (8) and (6) followed by integration along the segments of each contour three further equations are obtained whose joint solution gives I S 2(4x-1-2a t)+tlt uhf.= U(X, 0 a all?t Ito r (211 or U= 2 S [2 (4x.- I -,a,t) + -L,atj 5 a,m 2.. if a2 is expressed by al. The taiigent, stress is pG ax- = 3,2 ~G ~10) alm In case of different 4at-erial~ modulus of rigidity Gshould be substituted by K-G, (Eq. 2). Eqs- and (10) apply to all points of area I (Fig. 1b). Eq. (6) applied to closed coniours of Figure 1c produces U 2 S X at) 2 0,4 PG (12) in respect,of area IIi Based on the corresponding closed contours in respect of Card 5/9,7 22328 3/167/61/000/001/002/004, Shear oscillations of... Aio4/A133 points in areas III, IV, and V (Fig. 1~) and using Eq. ~6) and the Joint solution of derived equations, the shear oscillation and stresses of other plane points are determined. Figu:pe 2a shows shearing coefficients-at assumed n, k and d val- ues divided by S al m. calculated for moments of time 0-< t< ~41 with a range of t 2 - Epures of tangent stresses divided by G and ar)pear--'ng within analogous M moments of time are shown in ?igure 2b. Figure 3 :3ho-..ts tangent stresses f. : 5G s obtained by equations given In Reference 3' (Kartosh-kin, L. 1., DAN, UzSSR, 1~58. am 10). These were calculated for time intervals of 0 t and ranges of - t 'I in regard of roas with rat ios n = 1. 0 ' and a u k 2.0, i.e. linear mass in proper proportion to the cross-sectional area throush- out the entire height of rod, i.e. .Card 6/ '7 22329 Shear oscillations of... s/167/6i/ooo/Ooi/oo2/ooL Alo4/Al-3.3 ml mp- K = d = const. Fl F 2 A comparison of Figures 2b and 3-sbows that the difference-in the propagation velocity of shear oscillations (d ~ 0* ii-as.- a. strong effect on the tangent ztress coefficient during the transition or the wave f~om-tho lower tc the upper sector. Thus a 10q,16 decrdase of velocity in the upper sector increasesthe stresses by 2.4 times. At d > k the propagation. velocity of waires in the upper section is higher and the.anglegradient towards,the axis t of the chpracteristic passing overv the corresponding sector'is greater. For the rest the solution will be the same as described in this-article. 'There are 3 figures arid 3 Soviet-bloc refer- ences. ASSOCIATION: InaUtutimelkhani-ki AN UzSSR .(Institute of Mechanics of the Academy of Sciehces UzSSR) SUBMITTED: May 12,,196o Card 7/ '9~ L.I. IFA.RTOM Action of momentary inertia loading on rigid cantilever beams having stepped crone sectione Izve AN Uz. SSR, Ser. tekh.nauk. no.4:65-73 157. 1(MIRA 11:7) (Girders) IARTOSHKIV, L.I. Use of integral equatigns in the of problqms of transverse vibrations in rigid beams of variable crosa section. Dok. AN U%SR no.10:5-10 158- (MIRA 11:12) 1. Institut sooruzheniy AN U%S'SR- PriDdstayleno akademikom AN UsSSR M.T.Urazbayevym. (Girders-Vibratlow) I KARTOSHKIN, M.D. I inzh. ft. is Diagrams of the fuel supply systems of electric power plants with 1200 itd. to 2400-14w. capacity. E,1ek. sta. 31 no.9:2-1+ s t6o. (MIRA 14-10) (Electric power plants) (Fuel) -MT~DSHIMt,-MikbaJ.1,Denisovich-, SHUKM, SX',,,j. red.; BULIDYMEV, N.A.) tekhn. red-. . - [Fuel storage in electric power p1mits] Khranenie topliva na elektrostantDiiakh. Moskvg, Gosonargoizdat, 1963. 111 p. (Electric power plants-Fuel consmiption) WIRA 17:1) ;Lpeg.6oyjg)a; SfIUKHE , S.M., red.; IARIONOV~ G.Ye.j tekhn. red [Fuel systems of thermal electric power plants] Tbplivopodacha teplovykh elektrostantsii, Moskva., GDO. energ. izd-vd, 1961. 207 p. (MIRA 15%1) (Electric power plants-Eqaipment and supplies) URTOSHXINA., N. F. KARTOSHKINAp N. F. "The Fungus Erysiphe Orgmin-Le in Leningrad Oblast-* All-Union Order 6f Lenin AudeuT of Agrimatural Sciences im~id-V.-'I. IiUn.- 13-1-Union Sci Res Inot of Plant Con- samtion. Leningrad,, 1956. (Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate In Biological Science) So: Knishnsys, letopis'.. No. 19, 1956. KARTOSHKINA, N.Y. (g.Unsuriyok) Powdery mildew of graminsous plants ia Leningrad Provinces Bot.zhur. 45 no.'6:918-921 Js 160. (MIRA 13:7) (Leningrad Province-KIldew) (Orasses-Diseases and pests) KARITOSHFiNA, N.F. Specialization of forms of Ery-siphe graminis DC in Leningrad Province, their substrate (physiological) variability and criteria. Trudy VIZR no.21:3-.12 Pt.2 164. (MM 18:12) for- 4 sv PL P I . VA *x, .-e., rs ~* V Elm ot i KARTOUS, M - LUKES, L. 2 Cases of pseudocysts of the pancreas treated by internal drainage. Bratisl. lek. listy. 42 no.2:95-98 1:62. 1. Z Chirurgicksho oddeleni OUNZ J. Drobny a z Rentgenologickeho prim. IMUDY. 1-1. Rakyta. I (PANCHM dis) v Hodonine, prednosta prim. MJDr. odd.eleni OUNZ v Hodonine, prednosta (CJSTS ther) (DRAINAGE) ACC NR, AP6034096 (t4) SOURCE CODE: u&089166102.VOKj629216.~)~2j 'Aur 'dOR: Kaxtovitakay a M A Rubanov, S. M.; Shkorbatoval L. Be iORG: none Efficiency of boration of metal-water shields SOURCE: Atomnaya. energiya., v. 21., no. 4,, 1966, 29.,? TOPIC TAGS: reactor shielding, borate, boron compound., radiation dosimetry ABSTRACT: This is a summary of paper No. 100/3736., submitted to the editor and filedl but not published in full. It deals with the dependence of the weight and dimensional I characteristics of Iron-water and lead-water shields on the content of boron and on the place where the boron is introduced in the shield. Boration is shown to lead to re- distribution of the components of the total doze, but is effective only up to 0.5 wt of boron in the case of lead-water shields. 7he reduction in thickness is on the order, of 1 - 3% in the case of lead. The reduction of ifeight is 1.5 - 2% in the case of lead and can reach 9cof in the case of iron. The best ej'.fect is shown to be produced when thef first shielding layers are borated. In the heterogeneous lead-water shields,, boration has little effect,, and in iron shields it reduces their weight by 5%- Blocking the iron or lead layers with boron carbide has the same effect as boration of the heavy corVonent. CODE: 18/ Sum DATE: i2may661 ORIG REF: 001 1 KARTOZIYA, A. Ii Tasks of the mine builders. Sov.shakht. 11 no.4:12-14 Ap '62. (MIRA 15:3) 1. Zamestitel' nachal'nika otdela ugol'noy, torfyanoy i slantsevoy promyshlennosti Gosplana SSSR. (Coal mines and mining) KARTOZIYA.A.T. Main problems in the further development of Georgian coal industz7. Ugol' 30 no-5:4-6 Vq '55. (MIRA 8:6) 1. Nachallnik kombinata Gruzugoll (Georgia--Coal mines and mining) SURMILO, Grigoriy Vasillyevich; KAjiTOZIYA, A.T., gorniy retsenzent; GRkNl$-fATIK0V, (Organization and planning of the construction of irdning enterprises" Organizatsiia i planirovanie stroiteltstva gorn;ykh predpriiatii. Moskva, Nedra., 1964. 275-p. (MIRA 18:3) FARTOZIYA, L.S. Frequency and importance of the dr-ag rea:~star.-se of tuberCUIOSiS in antibacterial therapy of pu].mcn!.-z-3, tubemll,-,s~b in elderly persons. Trudy TLSIU 63.109-117 163. OETRA 17:91 .L ,o inst,tuta 1. Kafedra tuberkuleza TbIllsskogo gosudarstveimnp 1. dlya usovershenstvovaniya vrachey. KARTOZIYA, L.S. - Artificial pneumoperitonsum in pulmonary tuberculosis. P~robl.tub. no.5: 73-74 S-0 '53. (MIMA 6:12) 1. Is kliniki tuborkm2osa (xaveduyusihohiy - professor G.V.Xeotiashvili) Thilieskogo inatituta usovershenetyovaniya vraohey). (Tuberculosis) (Pneumoperitonsum, Artificial) DRT'G%M, L. S. Effectiveness of treatnent of pulmonary tubermdosis vith chemo- preparations in relation to the dxt~g ausceptibilii7 or reistance ~ of M~aobacterftm tubermdosis. Trudy Thil. GIDff 6:263-273 "62, (MM 16t2) (WNGS-TrJEERCULOSIS) (14YCORACTERIUM TUBERGUIM39) (GHEMOTHEPJPY) 11-- KARTOZM, N.T. Characteristica of diet of the Kha-vsureti mountainous district of Gdprgia. Vope pit. 18 no. 6:61-62 N-D 159. (MIRA 14:2) 1. 1z Nauchno-issledoveLtellskogo inatituta sanitarii i gigiyeny Ministerstva zdravookbaraneniya Gruiinskoy SSRt Tbilisi. (GEORGIA-DIET) T n SIL(-I- of C~ nu4-ri 4 s t r i n. 1. ;-rr-?UnS r-f the 11,11 WTCZIYA, T. M. KARTOZIYAv T. M. - "The Effect of Tskhaltubo Mineral Waters on the Regeneration of a Peripheral Nerve (Experimental-Morphological Investigation)." Georgian State Publishing House for Medical Literature. Tbilisi, 1955. (Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate in Medical Sciences). Sot Knizhnaya letopis', No So 1956, pp, 97-103 i" Rand, mad4 nduk; WGIBEDAMILI, V.G.p prof., ."WPA-XA." 'Y~t~a ~ [Healing viatard of T8khaltubol Uelebnye vody TSkhaltubo. TbIlAsi, Sabehota Sakarwelo) 1965, 32 P. (MIRA 18:8) KARTOZIYA, T.M. - --- Treatment of the climacteric syndrome in TSkhaltubo. AL-ush i gin. 35 no-5:81-86 S-0 159. iMM 13:2) 1. Iz ginekologichookogo otdeleniya (zaveduyuohchiy - T.M. Kartoziya) TVkhaltubskogo filiala (direk-tor - S.A. Sanadze) Instituta k-urortologii Ministerstva zdravookhrananiva Gru- zinakoy SSR (direktor - doktor me-I.nauk V.G. Gogibedashvili). (MZNOPAUSN, complications) Biochemical mechanism of Van den Bergh's reaction and chromatc- graphy of billruh-W. Soob.AN Gniz.SSR -28, no,it-41-46 -ja 162, (1111RA 15 t 14) 1. Mtnioterstvo zdravookhranenlya Gruzinskoy SSR i ffau,~hno- issledovatellskiy institut pedlatrit, Tbilisi. Predr-bivIeno akademikom V.5.AcaUnni,, (BraRUMI)