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MIABIZHANOV, B., kand.med.nauk
Eve-,7 day -accTdahts among the adult population of Semipalatinsk.
Zdrav.Kazakh. 22 no.6;10-13 162. (MIRA 15:11)
1. Iz kafedry gospitallno7 khirurgii (zav. - dotsent K.Ch.
Chuvakov) Seminalativiskogo meditsinqkogo instituta.
(SFHIPAIATINS K-TRAUMATISM)
KWIZHANOV B
Free skin transplantifton. Zctrav. Kqz&A. 2i no.11:23-25 161.
(MIRA 15:7)
1.-Iz kafedry goopitallioy- khirurgii (zav. -, doteent K.Ch.
Chuvakov) SemipalatinakKoRo maditainskogo instituta.
(SKIN @TATION)
- ..:
PETROVA, K.G.t kand.med.nauk; ABDrYEW, N.;--MU=HLWX1B--
Thromuuembolism of the large vessels in children with -ioxic
diphtheria of the pharynx and hemorrhagic syndrome. Zdrav.
Kazakh. 22 no.6:33-36 162. (MIU 15:11)
1. Iz kafedry detskikh infektsionnykh bolezney (zav. - dotsent
T.N.Nikonova) Kazakhokogo meditainskogo instituta, i Detskoy
klinicheskoy infektsionnoy bollnitay No.2 g. Alma-Aty (glavnyy
vrach - F.S.Sakova).
(DIPHTHFRIA) (EMBOLISM) (HEMRRHAC.E)
5/12. 0/6 Z/1GGC;/V^()2/G'13/0'17
E194/L435
AUTHOPS: Khablgnko, 11 1 yashenko, 0. 1.
T.1 T 1, 1-, :Ali oilectromagnetic pump
PERIUDICAL: Pribory i teklmika eksperimenta, no.2, 1962, 178-179
TZXT: This article clescribos.a laboratory gas pump of 10 to
110 litres per hour clutput. Tile special, linen diaphragm is driven
bly tile solanoirl of a 6-watt a.c. electromagnet. The inlet and'
outlet flap valves are made of soft rubber. A prototype has
beell. laboratory tested. There is 1 figure.
SUBMITTED: August 7, J961
Card 1/1
KWL;MM,ILD_,__
Useful capacity and life of Moscow Basin mines. Ugoll 32 no.5:
20-21 my '57. 1 (MLRA 10:5)
(Moscow Basin--Coal minen ard ftning)
KHABLEHKO., D.-O.
How to evalu,,ate the ways of Inareasing the econ=ic offectivenees
of Capital inventitients in the mining industry. Ugoll 36 no.3s35-
38 Mr '61. (Coal iaines and nining-Fijkance) (VIIRA 34: 5)
KHABLO.- I - ..
lw@- _@@
Efficiency innovators of the Ukrainian automotive transport
enterprises. Avt. transp. 34 no.8:13-14 Ag '56. (HLRA 9:10)
1. Zamestitall ministra avtomobillnogo transports. i shosseynykh
dorog USSR.
(Ukraine-4ransportation, Automotive)
MiABLO, I o
Machine-Tractor Stations
Some results of productive work of Voronezh Province machine-tractor and shelterbelt
stations. MTS 12 no 7, 1952.
9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, September Unclassified.
2. tmn (600)
4. Tractors-Repairing
7, Perfect naster7 of !eading nethods for organizing repair work, MTS 12 no.12
195," -
9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress,
April
1953, Uncl.
-, @, : - .@ @ - @@, -,,@ @ . "L 4,11--";I@ @` .', @-- -
h-JfAPX', 1,; GAPANOV:C14, N.; LEVINSON, B.; YUSHCHENKO, IF .
Centralized maintenance and repair of storaga tiitteries is
efficient. Avt. transp. 43 no.102-33 Ja 165. (MIRA 180)
CORBACHEVICH, Kirill Sergeyevich; WALO, Yev-eniy Petrovich; VISHNYA,
L.P., red.j ONOSHKO, N.G., takhn. red.
[Why do they have such names? On the origin of the oldest place
names in Leningrad)Pochemu tak nazvany? 0 proiskhojhdenii starin@
nykh nazvanii v Leningrade. Leningrad, Leniodat, 1962. 197 p.
(MIRA 16:1)
(Leningrad-Names, Geographical)
ALEKSM,vICH
YAKOPNOYE USTROYSTVO I 14ERY pp_rM
PREZHDENIYA POTERI YAKOREy L-A)ICFOR IN
STALLATION AND MEASURES TO PREVENT THEIR
LOSSJ MOSKVA, "MORSKOY TRAN'SPORT11 ,
1957
84. f-3j P. ILTIUS. , DIAGFS. , TAXXS
(BIBLIOTDICA SUDOVODITELYA 14ORSKoGo FLOTA)
BIBJ,I()GP,APFY: P. 86
EPP
B93410
SOV/91-59-6-27/33
AUTHORS: Khablov, V.S., and Petrov, K.G., Engi.aeers
TITLE: The Best Method of Artificial Respiration
PERIODICAL: Energetik, 1959, Nr 6, PP 36-3? (USSA)
ABSTRACT: The authors describe an ancient metholl of reviving an
unconscious person by breathing into .'aim "from mouth
to mouth", perfected by American physician Peter Safar
and approved by the American Association of Surgeons.
The perfection consists of the use of a rubber or a
flexible plastic pipe to avoid physical contact. The
article describes the pipe and the method of its ap-
plication. There are 2 drawings and I diagram..
Card 1/1
KHLBLOV,V., inzhener
The Kma Hydroelectric Power Station. Tech. mol. 23 no..5:15-18
MY '55. (MILL 8:6)
(Xma f4rdroelectric Power Station)
@11.@
"Keramit." Nauka i zhixal 23 ne.9:49 156. omm 9:10),
(cisq)
KMLOV V., inthener-gidrostrottell: NIKOLAYEV, Yu., inzhener-gidroatroitel'.
Using the "pioneer method." rUn,tekh. no.6tl9-21 Je '57. (KIBA 10:7)
(BArrAgos)
AUTHOR: Kfiablov, V. 25-12-27/39
TITLEi Penokeralit (Fenokeralit)
PERIODICAL% Nauka i Zhiznl, 1957, # 12, p 48, (tJSSR)
ABSTRAM A year ago, a new kind of porous artificial stone was
produced in the Chemico-Technologioal Institute imeni
Mendeleyev (Khimiko-tekhnologicheskiy institut imeni Mendel-
eyeva) under the supervision of Professor I.I. Kitaygorodakiy.
This product, called penokeralit which is made of ordinary
red clay, is 16 times lighter than bricks# and has excellent
thermic and sound isolating properties. As a result of
reduced transportation costs as well as savings made an
account of lighter foundations needed and ease of construction,
total savings amount to 8-40%.
There is I drawing.
AVAILABLEi Library of Congress
Card 1/1
KWLOV V inzh.-mokhanik
Increasing the output of dredges. Izobr. i rate. no.l-.42-43
Ja 159. (MIRA 12:1)
(Dredging machinery)
-MBWY, .V., inzh.
Perlite. ffauka i zhisn' 26 no.9:66-67 S 159. (JURA 13:1)
tPorlite)
15(6) SOV/35-59-2-2-5/48
AUTHOR: Khablov, V., Engineer
TITLE: Sandy Concrete (Peschanyy beton)
PERIODICAL: 4 4-1
,,
Nauka i zhiznl, 1959.
Nr 2, p 66-67 (USSR)
,
,
ABSTRACT: This article deals with new methods intended
to reduce the production costs of concrete
by adding larger quantities of fine sand.
The Soviet state standards limited the use
of fine-ground sand, i.e. of grains less than
0.15 mm in diameter, to a naximurm of 5%, but
recent practice has ignored this. At the ini-
tiative of the Doctor of Technical Sciences,
Professor I.A. Kireyenko, sand twice as fine
as permitted by the standards was used at the
Kuybyshev building site, and still-finer sands
were used in other places. Now a new method
of "sandy" concrete production has been pro-
posed by the Doctor of Technical Sciences
Card 112 N.V. Mikhaylov. Cement, finely-ground in
Sandy Concrete SOV/35-clq-2-25/48
special vibro-mills, is mixed with sand
and water in vibro-mixers. The experimen-
tal vibro-mixors designed by the Candidate
of Technical Sciences M.L. Morgulis have
shown good results. The efficiency of a
single-pipe vibro-mixer working on the basis
of a vibro-mill of the type "Ll-20011 is 8,000
and more per hour. The experimental mixing
combine designed by Engineer Ye.V. Zalipayev,
which works on the principle of simultaneous,
grinding of cement and sand, has shown still
better results. This vibro-combine has a pro-
ductivity of 8-10 tons of ready product per
hour. There are 2 diagrams.
Card 212
KffAl3WV, V.', inth,
Expanded clay, filler, Znan.alla 34 no.2:27 F 159. (MIRA 12.3)
Olay) (Lightweight concrete)
KRABLOV, Vladilen Stepdnovich,--inzh., nauchnyy sotr.; PERFILGV, I.F.,
-red.----
(Hydraulic classifiers developed by the A1.1-Union Hydraulic
and Sanitar7 Engineering Research Institute for separating
Sand; experience of the "Gidromakhanizatsiia" Trust of the
Ministry of Construction of the R.S.F.S.R.) Gidravlicheskie
klanifikatory VNIIGS dlia frakt:3ionirovaniia peskov; iz opyta
raboty tresta Gidromekhanizatsiia" Hinisterstva, stroitelistva
RSFSR. Moskva, Gosstroiizdat,, 1960. 11 p. WIRA 15:7)
1. Akademiya stroitellstva i ark-hitektury SSSR. Institut orga-
nizatsii) mokhanizatsil i takhnichaskay pomoshchi stroitelletva.
(Sand) (Hydraulic machinery)
.,,-.KHABLOV, V.v inzh.
Remote eontrol Of balanced hydraulic
excavators.
Rech, tranBp.
1.9 noA 608-59 Je 160. (MIRA 14:2)
(Remote control) (Excavating machinery)
KHABLOV, V- , inzh.
Hydraulic separators designed by the All-Union Scientific Research
Institute of Hydro- and Sanitary Ingineering. Stroitel' no.9s25 S
16o. (Separtore (Machines)) (Band) (MIRA 13:9)
. IMWVf-v-.-Vi6zh*
N
Hydraunc Separation of sand and gravel-oand mixes. Roob. transp. 19
nc.gi,13-16 Ag 160. (HIRA 14s3)
(&wd and gravol plants)
KRBLOVP V.S., inzh.
Quickly detachable connections for spoil pipes* Transpoutrois 1-1
no,4:51-52 Ap 161. (MM 14:5)
(Earthmoving machinery) (Pipeline transportation of solids)
,.KHABL4DV, V. I inzh.
SVMI (anisotropic fiber glass) replaces concretey steelp and wood.
Rech. transp; 20 no. 1:52 ja 161. (IGRA 14:2)
(Glass fibers)
T-T
KPABLOV, V., inzb.
"ickly dismountable self-packing joints. Rech. transp. 20
no-9:47 S '61. (MIRA 14:9)
(Marine pipe fitting)
inzh.
.._@BLOV,
Uaing the now detonating explqsive "igd**t' in earthwork operations.
Prom. stroi. 39 no.455-56 161. (MIRA 14:6)
(Explosives)
ht&
YdIABLCV, V.S.. inzh., nauchn. sotr.,- 1.11KOLULY, V.M., kand. tekhn.
nadk, nauchn. sotr.; DOBSHITS, M.L., inzh., red.
[Practices in erecting small earthen structures by the method
of hydromechanization) Opyt vozvedenila zemlianykh sooruzhenii
nebol'shogo ob"ema metodom gidromekhanizatsil. Moskva, Gos-
stroiizdat, 1962. 37 p. (1,111A 17.4)
1. Akadomiya stroltellotva i arkhitektury SSSR. Nauchno-
issledovatel'skiy institut organizatsii, mekhanizatsil i tekh-
nicheskoi pomoshchi stroitellstvu. 2. Laboratoriya i:.r--khaniza-
tsii zerlyanykh rabot Nauchno-iusledovatellskogo instituta or-
ganizatsii, mekhanizatsii i tekhnicheakoy pomoshchi stroitell-
stvu Akademii stroitel'stva i arkhitektury SSSR (for Khablov).
3. Laboratoriya gidromekhanizatsii Voesoyuznogo naucbno-
issledovatellskogo instituta transportnogo stroitel'stva (for
Nikolayev).
KHABIDV, V.S., inzh.
Introduction of hydmulic enginGaring machinery in road and omal.1-scale
industrial construction. Stroi* i dor. mash. 7 no.7:26-29 -Tl 162.
(MM 15:7)
(Parthmoving machinery)
@49
KHABLOV, V.S., inzh.
Applying hydromechanization to Industrial conatruction. Prom.
stroi. 40 no.3144-1.7 16.9. (WRA 15:3)
1. Nauchno-isaledovatellskiy institut organizatsii, mekhanizatsii
i tekhnicheiskoy pomoshchi stroitellstvu Kkademii stroitel'stva i
arkhitektury SSSR.
(Hydraulic engineering)
KHABLOV, V., inzh.
Hydrqulio classifier without additional feed of water. Rech.
tranisp. 22 no.5t49 FT 163* (MIRA l6t8)
(Separators (Machines))
EIIABLOV, V. S., inzh.
Effective use of hydraulic machinory In industrial construction.
Prom stroi /+1 no. 12:40-41 D 163. (MIRA 17-5)
1. Nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut organizatsii, mekhanizatuaii
i tekhnicheskoy pomoshchi stroitallstvu.
.. , @ -@ @' ,1
KHABLOV, VoS., 1nzh*
New VP-20S vibration-type soil scarifiers. Stroi. i dor.mash. 9
no.lOtl8-19 0 164. (MIRA l8q)
KHABLOVP V.S., inzh.
Economic effectiveness or using hydraulic mechanization at
construction lots. Stroi. I dor. mash. 10 no.8s5-6 Ag 165.
(MIRA 18:9)
KHABLOV, V.S. inzh.
Small hydraillic machinery for earthwork. Stroi. i dor.
mash. 10 no.12:14-18 D 165. (@gRA 19:1)
T-2"
"Cblorination of Water in Wells)" Higiena i ;3anitariya (vssR); 1946., 61 lo-16
LEO11OV, M.F.
Reduction of the harmful effect of antimony in cyaniding
gold ores. Izv. vys. ucheb, aar.; tovet. met. 4 no.4:91-96
161s, (MIRA 14:8)
1. Ir,kutakiy polltakhnichaskiy inatitut,, kafedra obogashcheniya
poloznykh iskopayemykh.
(cyanide procesm) (Antimony)
S/061/62/000/022/063/068
B166/B144
AUTHORS: Skobeyev, I. K., Podkopayev, N. V.,,Khabrov, M. F.
TITLE; Polyacryl amide and its coagulating effect
PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiyaj no. 22, 1962, 487, abstract'
22P76 (3b. nauchn. tr. Irkukukiy n.-i. in-t reft.-met.,
no- 9, 101, 152-159)
TEXT: The ability of polyacryl amide to coagulate neutral, alkaline and
acidic ore pulps is studied. It is shown to be an efficient coagulant
for mineral dressing, separating and purlfyi@g solutions and newage, and
for the intensification of dehydration processes. [Abatracterle notez
Complete translation.1
Card 1/1
IZONOV, S.B.; ICHABROV, M.F.
Intensifying the cyaniding of gold-bearing ores. Izv. vys. uche-b.
zav.,, tovet. met. 6 no.3:ICO-lc,5 103. (:!1*.:,'% 16-9)
1. IrkittL@lziy politakhniche@;kiy inEttitut.
(Gyunldo procoss)
3/1 33/J`62/WO/OOL/()04/OC)8
A054/A127
AUVORS i Kocho, V.S.; Panasyuk, A.D.; Samsonov, ON.; Strml'chenko, A.G.;
,,4(habrunyok, I.0,
TITITs s Cemwt tips made or zirconium boridn for thermocouples ucod in
the continuous meacuring of liquid steel temperatures
P-aIODICALz Stal', no. 4, 1962, 317
TFXTs To develop a highly heat resistant material for thermocouple tips
used In the continuous measuring of liquid st5cl temperatures In open hearth
furnaces, tosts were carried out in 1959 - 1960 at the Institut metallokeramiki
AN UKrS3R (Institute of Ce:nets of the Acaderr
y of Sciences UKr33R) with thermo-
couple tips made of zirconium borldc. The tips, 120 mm in 1@ngth, 11 mm O.D.
and 4 mm. I.D. worm tested in 185-ton and 370-ton basic open-hearth furnaces into
wh@h they were placed by hand-operated thermocouples, equipped with blocks, 25
mm in diameter and 90 mm In length, made of reinforcement steel. Tht, zirconium
boride tips, which are more heat-resistant than those made of quartz, were
Immersed 10 - 11 time with the immersion 'time Increased to 40 - 45 see. Th
establish the service life of zirconium borids tips for continuous operation in
Card 1/2
3/133/OV/oGO/Orj4/GO4/GO8
Cormet tipa made of ..... A054/A127
the motal-slag bath, tests ware carried out 'n 10-ton nnd 250-ton open-hearth
furnaces. The thermocouple and the tip wore placed in a water-cooled soamlers
stool tuba tuyere with coppor bottom. 7he tip was fIxPd to the device with
4 - 5 mm thick asbestos cord. 7tA metal 1AY'r (3-5 -rm thick) nr.4 alag layer
(up to 25 w-m) nettling on the tuyerv wall during Irrnruion could be removed more
easily If the tuyere wan refractor-1-coatied b!fore innerzion. H-4ever, it was
found that in the arrangement described the zirconium borlde tip only protected
the thermocouple against the heat of the bat!'i and not against the gases which
broke the mam after a continuous immersion if 2 - 3 min. To eliminate this,
the authors developed a three-layer tip shown in a figure, consisting of an ex-
ternal jacket against the heat, an inner alundum layer to ensure gas pern.Rabiliv,
whereas thee gap between them wan f1lled with burnt aluminum oxide. Tho bottom
part of the tip was filled with zirconium borlde powder, to decrease Ito heat
Inertia. At the upper end. the tip In acaled with calcined decarburized asbeatce.
As a result of using the nownP-30/6 (PH-301s) typo thermocouple tip, tempera-
turn menruring taken place with great accuracyt in the @500-@6500C range the
davlations are not grantor than � 1.50C. The bath temperature is recorded with
an 3an-09M (EPF-09M) type potenticaater, at a tape rate of 720 mm/h. The
tips operate continuously in metal for at least 150 min, in slag for more than
60 minutes.' There are 2 figures.
___Card 2/?.
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V
BUNICH, P.G., kand.ekon.nouk, starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; PAKHOMOV, I.M.,
kand.elcon.nauk, starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; BUDAVEY, V.Tu., nauchnyy
sotradnik; IVANOV, Te.A., nauchnyy sotrudnik; KIRILLOV, I.A.. prof.,
doktor ekon.naau ; KOVALEVA, A.M., kand.ekon.nauk; SAFRAT, G.Ye.,
kand.skon.nauk; TAKOBSON, M#O.# prof., doktor tekhn.nauk; GOGITISHTILI,
R.N., insh,; 1HABUR%,-B,'L,,; BROYDE, I.M.; FILATCV. N.L.; BLAZHEY.
Zdenko, doktorg-ekonomist (Chakhoolovatakaya Respublika); NESHUR,
Vatelav, insh., ekonomist (Chekhonlovatskaya Respublika); RYUMIN. S.K.,
red.: ZOEMAYEVA, L., red.izd-vii; LIBEM, A.. tekhn.red.
(Planning and finwicing of major repRirs on fixed assets] Planlro-
vanie i finaneiroyanie.kapitallnoro remonta osnovuykh fondov.
Moskva. doafini2dst, 1958. 223 P. (MIRA 12:2)
(Continued on next card)
BUNICH, P.G.-Oontinued) Card 2.
1. Moscow. Nauchno-issladovatel'BUy finansovy7 institut. 2. Hauchno-
iasledovatellskiy finansovyy institut (for Bunich. Pakhomov). 3. Nauchno-
issledovatellskiy ekonomichookiy institut Gosplana SSSR (for Ivanov).
4. Moakovskiy inzhenerno-ekonomichaskiy institut im. S. Ordzftnikidse
(for Safray). 5. ftsperimentallnyy nauchno-iseledovatellskiy institut
metallorezhushchikh stankov (for GogitishTili). 6. Zamestitel'
direktora TSentrallnogo nauchno-isaledovatellskogo institute.morskogo
flota (for Khatrur). 7, Nachallnik finansovogo otdola sovnarkhoza
Tatarskoy ASSR (for Broyde). 8. Ekspert Ministerstva finansov SSSR
(for Filotov). 9. Investitsionnyy bank (for Blashey). 10. Tekhniko-
organizatelonnyy nauchno-iseledovntellnyy Institut mashinostroyeniya
(for Neahver).
(Industry-Finance)
STRUMPE, P.I., kand.tekbn.nauk, otv.red.: NHABUR B P-..&-inzh., nauchnyy red.;
SUSHXOVA, T.I., red.; KOTLYAYOVA7 . .; tePhn.red.
[Ec6nom4 aspects and operation of the mpr(Ant marine; present
state and trendF in thp expansion of the marine passengerneet in %@.
capitalist countries) Ekonomika i ekspluatatsiia morikogo flota;
sovremennoe sostoiania i tendentaii razvItlia morskoro passazhirskogo
flota @apitalisticheskikh stran. Lenin rad, Izd-vo "Morskoi
transport," 1961. 67 P. (Trudy, no.335. (HIRA 14:8)
(Steamboats-Passenger accomodations) (Shipbuilding)
-KWL11L,-B.P.,--kapitan dallnego plavaniyal red.; DENISOVt X.R., red. izd-va;
KOTLYAKOVA, 0.1.0 takhn. red.
[Manual for sea captains] Spravochnik kapitana dallnego plavaniia. Pod
obahchei red. B.P.Khabura. Leningrad, Izd-vo "Morskoi transport#"
1961. 9W p. (Naval art and science) (MIRA 14:6)
YJMURP B.F.
ShIPPing and Shipbuilding subsidies in capitalist countries. Trudy
TSNIINF 7 no.370-18 161. (141RA 150)
(ShiPping bonties and subsidies) (Shipbuilding)
KHABUR, B., starshiy nauchnyy sotrudn1k; GURIN, L., kandokonomicheakikh nauk
Problems calling for solution. Mor. flot 22 no.7:15-17 JI 162.
(MIRA 15:7)
I* Zameatitell direktora Ment@allnogo nauchno-issledavatellskogo
inatituta morskogo flota po nauchnoy rabote (iror Khabur). 2.
TSentralinyy nauchno-iseledavateltskiy institut morskogo flota, (for
Gurin).
(Merchant seamen-labor productivity)
(Weekly rest-day)
7-T777717F-
KqMUR$ B.P.) kapitan dallnego plavaniya) nauchn. red.;
-----------MZNETSOVA,f N*P,j tekhn, red,
(Handbook for a captain of long-distance sailing] Spra-
vochnik kapitana dallnego plavardia. Izd.2. Moskva, Izd-
vo "Transport," 1964. 802 p. (MIRA 17:3)
LIBERMAN, F.Ya.; VALIKOVA, A.A.; DYLIS, K.Yu.; RYUMINA, L.A.; SOBOLEVA, C.I.;
TUPOVA, V.V.; KHABUR, B.F., otv.red.; GUREVICH, G.Ye., kand.tekhn.
nauk, nauchnyy red.; GOROBETS, V.A., kand.voyen.-morskikh nauk, red.;
KOLODKIN, A.L., kand.yurid.nauk, red.
(Conditions for the commercial operation of the merchant marine du-'
ring foreign sailing; rules, customs and practices in JapaneSS Bea
ports.] Usloviia kommercheskoi ekapluatatsii morskogo flota v zagra-
nichnom plavanii; pravila, obychai i praktika mornkikh portov IAponii.
Leningrad, Izd-vo "Morskoi tvinspart." No.10, pt.l. 1963. 90 p. (Le-
ningrad. TSentrallnyi nauchno-issledovatel'skii institut morskogo
flota, Informatsionnyi sbornik, no.93). (MIRA 17:2)
1. Sotrudnik sektora ekspluatatsil flota TSentrallnoto nauchno-is-
sledovatel'skogo instituta morskogo flota (for Liberman, Vallkova,
Dylis, Ryumina, Soboleva, Tupova).
F. 1. . kand. tw=kt-x,. nauk, otv. red. ; DR @'TI TSIT , S). N @ .
kp-nd. tekJin. rauk, nauchn. red.,-_XJIAZJR 13 F In7h.;
natichn. red.; GOROBErS, V.A., red,,
[Basic research] Oanovnye nauchryo A:@sledovaivlia. Le-
ningrad, Izd-vo "Yorskol transport," 1961. 107 U.
1. Leningrad. TSentrallriyy npi)vbnc_issledovqtr-I
institut morskogo flota. 2C.Direktor Uentrallnrgo nauchno-iseledo-
vate' skogo instituta morskogo flota, Leningral @for Stnmpe).
MWAIRWIYA, K.F.; FUSTOVOY, I.T.
i;_ea,t,y`-'f'i*'f'th anniversary of K.I. Winin's appearance at the seventh
All-Russian Congress of Public Health Offices. Say. zdmv. 14 no.6:
44-46 N-D 055. (MLRA 9:2)
(AMLIO HEALTH, history,
in Russia)
trial FD-1%":75
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Author : Pustovoy, 1, V. and Khaburzaniya, K. F. (Moscow)
Title : Some ideas concerning the work of Medical Control Commission (M)
Feriedical : Sov. zdrav., 2, 43-47, Mar-Apr, L955
Abstract : The authority to determine whether any llnd@vidual is physically incapaci-
tated and must be temporarily relieved from duty has been vested in the
VKK. The VKK has not been operating efficiently enou@-;h in that respect,
however. This has been noted particularly in cases that are not clearly
defined or too involved. In a situation like that a conference of spe-
cialists should be called to determine the causes for physical disability
and pruper therapeutic measures must be prescribed. Appraisal of phjsi-
cal fitness and diagnostic and therapeutic measures presoribed are part
of the ei@tire system of medical service and are indivisible. Appraisal
of physical disabilities must-be made part of the duty of practicin4
phycicians, gentor IntcrnuP and head of departittents; they muGt also act
as consultants.
Institution:
Submitted December '@Q, 1954
Name i KH&BUMANIYA, K. F.
Dissertation i Organization c"the activities of the
physician in charge of a therapeutic
section (sector physician) in a con-
solidated city hospital
Degree Cand Med Sci
Defended At Min Health USSR, Central Inst of
Advanced Training for Physicians
Publication Date, Place 1956, Moscow
Source Knizhnaya Letopis' No 6., 1957
KWURZANIYA, X.Y.
Improving the effectiveness of work of local general practitioners.
Sov.sdrav. 13 no#6128-33 J-D 156. (HLRA 10:1)
1, Is kafedry organizataii sdravookhrousatYs (say. - prof. N.A.
Vinogradov) TSentrallnoso instituts usovershpnetwovanira Yrachey.
(PHYSICIANS
In Russia. distribution of work in hoop.)
(QANUAL PRACTICS
In Russia, work distribation of GP's in hoop.)
FUSTOVOY, I.Y.; KWURZANITA, K.7.
Abstracto of Soviet medical literature. Reviewed by I.Y.Pustovoi,
K.Y.Ehaburzaniia. Sov.zdrav. 16 no.4s6l-62 Ap '57. (MIRA 10:8)
(KIDICINR--PIRIODICAIS)
KHABURZAHIYA@ K.I. (Leningrad D-88, ul. Plakhanava, d.19, kv.1 0; FOVrljr@,vy
I-,
Foreign bodie3 in the lungs and the diaphragm. Grud. khir. 6 no.2t
102-.103 Mr-Ap 164. (MIRA 18:4)
OUBURZANITA, L.
E, 'ort insurance and credit In capitalist countries. Fin.SSSR
T
37 no.3s83-88 Mr 163. O(IRA- 16 S4)
(Investments, Foreign) (Insurance,, Credit)
irmc @!ADiJR-V-A , T. h.
USSR/Chemistry - Coatings, on Metals JanAeb 1948
Chemistry - Scratching, Resistance to
"New Method of Determining the Thickness of Nati=al Passivating Coatings on Metals,"
I. V. Krotov, T. M. Khachadurova, Moscow Aviation Inst imeni Serge Ordzhonikidze, 7 pp
111z Ak Nauk SSSR, Otdel Khim Nauk" No I
Describes new method to determine the thickness of coatings on metals by determining the
depth of scratches produced on metal @r means of simple instrument. Includes diagram of
latter.
PA 66T35
USSR/Chemldtr.v - Aluminum, Corrosion of Jan/Feb 49
-t Chemistry' - C.orrosion of Alumin=, by
Saline Solutions
04
Processes of Drop Corrosion of Aluminum: I, Corrr,-
sion of Aluminum in Contact With Drops of Saline
Solutions Without the Addition of Free Acid," V. Krotov
T. M. Khachadarova, Moscov Avn Inst imeni S.
Ortzhonikidze, 9 pp
ulz Ak Hauk
SSSR, Otdel Xhim Nauk" No 1
Makes sereral nev observations on.processes of drop
corrosion in aluminum. Shovs characteristic role of
atmospheric oxygen in these processes. Considers
results of experiments from thermodynamic standpoint.
wM 27/49T29
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(Contd)
Ca-loulates characteristics and changes of the oxide
Ttlzi on aluminum. Submitted 3 Jaa 48.
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LUCHAMUIA, T. 1.1.
Chemical Abst,
Vol. 48 No. 9
May 10p 1954
Metallurgy and Metallography
6rMk" of Iron In gattus
ldrTMIT chrornatt. C"14watto.@d4. M - Mach%
durava, Zhur. Priklad. A Atmil-761
q. e e, the other hall
--inuntried one hall In a layer of a -lectHyt
In superns-tant liquid fuel (aviation or cracked gasoline or
kerodne) Is untlomly and appreciably corroded In contact
with aq. rhase only. Adding KjCrO, to the latter reduces
corrosion sharply. With distd. Roo, 0.5N conca. of
C presges c*ffosion empletely. Adding
191=ytes tzansfoms cwtosion from general to localized.
Cormlou Is Inhibited by KjQO4 only in week aq. tkttro-
lytes notcoull. signIficantsunts. of dissolved salts.
M. R
of liquid uel affect* 17e
KHACHkMIDZE. B.I.
The role of repetition and demand in the formation readiness
("ustanovka"). Vop. psikhol. 3 no.4:45-52 JI-A9.157. (MLRA NO)
1. Kafedra, psikhologii tbilieskogo universitata.
(PSTCHOIA)GT) (CONDITIOMM nSPONSE)
KHACH&FURIDZE. B.I. (Tbilisi)
Controversial problems concerningr the
Vop. paikhol. 9 no.1:151-158 Ja-F 163.
(Perception)
effect of nonperceivable stimuli.
(MIRA 16:4)
XALININA, L.S.; GUROVA, S.A.; )MCHAPURIDZE, N.A.
Photooolorometric method of dotermining small quantities of
methyl alcohol in formalin. Plant. massy no.11:64-66
165o (MIRA "18:12)
KUCHATOVROV M
41W401-
Economic effectiveness of over-all mechadzationmd automation
of production. Vop* ekon, no@12;61-74 D 159@ (MIRA 12:12)
(Automation)
@Ilnl@,-rt,-- i on: 1 L, r
nany v%n,
9 4
KHACUTHTAH*--@-
From experience in students' training at a textile factory.
Politekh.obucb. no-12:85 D 158. (MIRA 11:12)
1. Shkola No.5 Kirovakana Armyanskoy SSR.
51iold work (Iducational method))
E.; KILACHATRYATI, A.
Soft drinks. Prom.Arm. 5 no.9:35-36 S 162. (MIM 15:9)
1. Upravleniye pishchevoy promyellennosti Soveta narodnogo
khozyaystva Armyanskoy SSR (for Zazlyan), 2. Yerevanskiy
limonadnyy zavod (Cor Khachatryan).
(Armenia--Soft drinks)
A. A.
A.. A. Op.--a-atimoyn- luch,-)!Jn:@
na u, c', i. T i n,,, I ov (7,- 1"'a"', 11 1 r
v o ovi. t 1:1-Arun-li), I,
-19TY
KHACHATRYANI-APA#
Kidney located in a sliding hernia. Urologiia 22 no.4:61 JI-Ag 157.
(MIRA 10:10)
1. Is Yerevanskogo nauchno-iseledovatellskogo institute ortopedii
i voostanovitallnoy khirurgii (dir. - prof. Xh.A.Potrosyan)
(HERNIA) (KIDNEYS -A NCRM ITIRS AND DOPCBRITIRS)
? Ai
F
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AUTHOR: Khachatrzan, A.A.
TITLE: On thel'alculation of a Three-layer Orthotropic Sh-el,'V
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Al:ademii nauk Armyanskoy SSR. Seriya fj---iko--mate-
maticheskikh nauk,'959, Vol, 12, No.
5, PP, 59-76
TEXT: The theory of two-layer aninotropir, vholll dov(@lopf-I by 5,A.
Ambartsumyan (Ref. 1) is extended to thin which consist of three homo-
geneous orthotropic layers, The curvilinear coordinates G( 13,,)-- are chosen
so that c(,B fall into the lines of principal curvature and @- into the
normal. The author assumes that no sliding takes place between the layers-
Furthermore '.hat a) the line element normal to the central surface conserves
its length during the deformation; b) for the determination of the de-
formations ei and ei the stress 61 is negligible compared withccil_
c) for the determination of e ',3,- the tangential stresses -C"Cr
and I, i- are the same as under assumption of the undeformable normal made
for the shell as 'totality. In the case of an only normally loaded shell a,,@,
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Orthotr,opic Shell
complicated system of differential equations is explicitly given for the
displacements u,v,w. A solution od this system is given for the special cases
of a plate and of a cylinder shell . the author gives two numerical examples.
There are 1 figure, 2 tables, and 8 Soviet references,
ASSOCIATIONs Institut matematiki i mekhaniki AN Armyanskoy SSR
(Institute of mathematics and Mechanics AS Armenian SSR)
SUBMITTED: May 28, 1959
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MNDZHCYAN, A.L.; AROYAN, A.A.; DUCHaWAN, N.Kh.
i
Furan derivativaeo Report No. 24: Synthesis of some amino
asters of 5-8thYl- and 5- ph(inylethyl-2-furancarboxylic
acids. Izv.AN Arm.SSR,Khlm.natLki, 12 no.6:443-450 139.
(MIRA 13:7)
1. Institut ton1my organichaskoy khimii AN ArrVanskoy SSR.
(Furanearboxylic acid)
AKBARTSUKYAN, B.A. KHACILLTELW, A.A.
Stability and vibrationm of anisotropic plates. Dokl AN Arm.
WR 29 no.4:159- 166 '59. (XML 13:4)
le Institut matemattki i mkhaniki AN ArmSSR. 2. Chlen-
korrespondent AN AxmSBR (for Xliachatrya@)*
(Ilastic plates amd shells)
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AUTHORS: Ambartsumyan, S.A. and Khachatryan, A.A. (Yerevan)
TITLE: The Stability and Vib '-on ) f Anis @ c
rati SAO )tropi _Elatedj@l
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Akademii nauk SSSR, Otdeleniye tekhnicheskikh
nauk, Mekhanika i mashinostroyeniye, 1960, Nr 1,
PP 113-122 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The paper is a continuation of previous work (Ref 1).
It is assumed (1) that the plate is orthotropic,
rectangular and of constant thickness h, with one plane
of elastic symmetry parallel to the middle surface and
the other two planes parallel to the sides; (2) the
rectangular coordinate system (a,p,y) is such that the
ap plane is parallel to the middle surface with the a and
P axes parallel to the sides; (3) the normal stress a
on planes parallel to the middle surface can be
neglected in comparison with the remaining stresses;
(4) the distance along the normal (y) between two points
on the plate after deformation remains unchanged; (5) th
Card 1/7 tangential shear stresses T ay and T Py are given by :@_
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Eq (1.1), where y(a1p) and q,# (a,p) are arbitrary
initial functions. The bending of the plate is governed
by the three differential equations (1.2) containing the
normal deflection of the plate w, the functions y and
IF and the elastic constants of the plate B and a :L j
In stability problems Z is given by Eq (2.1 and the
equations become (2.2). For a simply supported plate
subjected to bi-axial compression (Fig 1), the solution
of the equations can be written in the form (2.4) which
on substitution in (2.2) gives (2-5). The critical
stress P 39 is then found as (2.6) with Pm@, the
mn
critical stress, assuming the validity of the Kirchhof
hypothesis, given by Eq (2-7), and d given by Eqs (2.8).
If the plate is compressed in one direction only, Eq (2-7)
is replaced by Eq (2.9). If the plate is made of a
transversely isotropic material with the isotropic planes
parallel to the middle surface of the plate, the equation
for critical stress becomes (2.10) with D, c and k given
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ratio in the isotropic planes, GI is the shear modulus
characterizing the change in angle between directions
in the isotropic planes and directions perpendicular to
them. The minimum value of the critical stress occurs
when there is one half wave in the direction perpendicular
to the stress; in thiscase (n = 1) Eq (2.11) becomes
(2.12). Table 1 gives values of k and coordinates of
sZme2ch'Tacteristic points of the curves q@ = � (c)
P b /fr Dil for p = 0.25. In the upper ]@'Art of the
table h/b = 0.1 and in the lower part h/b = 0.2. Values
of IT-are plotted against c = a/b in Fig 2; the curve for
k 0 corresponds to the classical solution. Values of
@Y,(c) for orthotropic, plate (obtained on t@ie
calculating machine M-3 of the Calculating
ArmSSR) and for various values of k 1 and
in Table 2. It is assumed that m = 1 and
5, k = a E = a E h
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electronic
Centre, Ac.Sc.,
c are given
1 0.3
Y-O 1
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where El, jil and E2' P2 are the elasticity moduli and
Poisson's ratios in the directions corresponding to a and
P. For free vibrations, Z (eq 1.2) is replaced by
z yoh _a 2w
9 at2
which leads to Eq (3-1), with y the density of the
material and g the gravitational acceleration. Writing
the solution of (3.1) in the form (3.2) leads to the
equation (3-3) for the frequency wTn , where W0
(Eq 3A) is the frequency according 0 the classicmaY
solution. For a transversely isotropic plate, the
frequency reduces to (3-5). Table 3 gives values of the
ratio W W0 for modes of vibration in which m,n = 1.2.
mn mn
Tbq departure of the true frequency from the classical
frequency increases with increasing k and with
increasing mode number. The equations of dynamic stability
Card 4/7 of an orthotropic plate are obtained by substituting the
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expression (4.1) for Z in (1.2). If the plate is
compressed in one principal direction only, the
conditions (4.2) hold; assuming that the external force
varies periodically with time((Eq 4-3) where P is
the amplitude and 9 is the frequency), Eqs (1@2) take
the form (4.4). Taking the solution in the form (4.5),
where w(t), y(t) and YM are values of the functions
w, T and at the centre of the plate, Eqs (4.4)
become OTO. Eliminating T(t) and %P(t) from (4.6)
with respect to w, the.differential equation (4-7) is
obtained, where w mn , Pmn ari the frequency of vibration
of the unloaded plate (3-3), and the critical stress for
uniax1al stress in the a direction. Eq (4-7) is the
known Mattieu equation; for certain relations between
its coefficients the solution increases without limit,
corresponding to regions of dynamic instability of the
plate. Rewriting (4-7) in the form (4.8), it is known
(Ref 7) that the limits of the unstable regions are
Card 5/7 given by (4.9) for the first (principal) instability
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region, by (4.10) for the second region and by (4.11)
for the third region, where e a is the critical
frequency of the external forces. It will now and
subsequently be assumed that there is one half wave only
in the a and 0 directions (i.e. ni = n = 1) and for
simplicity the subscripts 11 are omitted. Under these
conditions, the dynamic instability regions of a square
plate (a = b) of transversely isotropic material are
given by (4-13, Ist region), (4.14, 2nd region) and
(4.15, 3rd region) in which the results are presented
in a form for comparison with the classical results.
From (4.8) X 1/2 arid accordingly, thl limiting
0
ko is given by (4.16). The values of e /2w as a
function of No calculated from (4-13) to 0.15) for
various values of k are presented in Table 4; Fig 3
shows the instability regions for k = 0 and k = 0.2.
Fig 3 and Table 4 show that the instability regions
differ from the classical values (k = 0) by greater amounts
C,-.rd 6/7 as k increases. Similar calculations for a square V\/
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orthotropic plate were made electronically; the results
are given in Table 5, where
El 1,1 Il
kI = E 2 - T2 = Q12' k2 = a 55EI= '144E2
where El, jil and E21 112 are the elasticity moduli and
Poisson's ratios in the directions corresponding with a
and p; G 12 = B66 with a,,, a 44 and B66 known
elasticity constants (top of p 114). The calculations
were carried out for 11 = 0.3, h/a = 0.1.
There are 5 tables, 3 figures and 7 Soviet references.
ASSOCIATION: Institut matematiki i mekhaniki AN ArmSSR
-(Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, AcsSe., ArmSSR)
SUBMITTED: June 19, 1959
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AUTHORs Khachatryan, A. A.
TITLE:-I-@b`ilit @and 05eci @u
on n@, of Round Transverse-isotropic
Plates :@v
PERIODICALS Iz*estiya Akademii nauk Arwyanakoy SSR. Seriya fiziko-
mate-muticheskikh nauk, 1960, Vol. 13, 110- 1P PP- 73-30
TEXTS The author considers a trzinsverse-inotropic round plate of constant
thicknesB h; the isotropy plane is in parallel with the contral surface.
The consideration is carried out in the usual cylindrical system of
coordinates (r, @ , y ). As in (Rof.1) the author assumans 1. 6'@ in
neglieible on eurfaces in parallel with the central surfL@ce 2. the
distance alon - he normal remains constan,t under the deformation
d 1 2 2
_ _ V2) (P (r,,@ ( -1c - @ )y (r, where
3 - 2 4 7 4 -
Y and T are unknown. From tho equations I;iven in (Ref.2) the author
obtains in the considered cane the relation
(1-4) D W - (1-Ka2 A )Z,
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where W - VI(r, is the noxmal displacement, a t@e radius of the plate,
Eh3 E h2 2
D w 12(1- @2) K . 10(1_ 2) g, a2 3-r2 . +r r ' r2 2
The equation (1.4) io the bazia of the further investicated cooost I.
A plate comprtisood in its plane by a uniformly dibtritute(I ntrefic P which
is normal to the boundary. Then it is
(2.1) z --P '& W ;
if the plate is fixed along the whole boundary, then @or the critical load
it follows 26.38 D
(2.8) P* - a4(l + 26-38 K)
II. The equation of the free oscillations of an unloaded plate is obtained
with-
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On Stability and Oncillationn of Round Tranover3e-iootropic Platea
(3-1) Z Yoh 2W
9 @t 2
where g is the acceleration of gravity, Y 0 the specific @7ravity of the
plate. The characteristic frequencies following from this are e3aentially
different from the values of the linea-z theory. III. '1he equation of the
dynamic stability of a plate subject to a periodically variable stri-os
along the boundary is obt[Linei with
(4-1) Z - - PA W . ton 6 2W
g at
There are 9 references: 8 Soviet and 1 American.
ASSOCIATIONt Institut matematiki i mekhaniki AN Armyanskoy SSR (Institute
of Mathematics and Mechanics AS Armyansk-aya SSR
SUBUlITTEI)i October 31, 1959
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AUTHORi-Kt A4A-.
TITLE@ On Stabi.lity and Oscillations of the Transversa1-Iz3;-,tr,-p.--c
Spherical iLle-U-1@0
PERIODICAL; Iz-,?e3tiya Akademii nauk ArVanskoy SSR, Seriya "2,'K,.-
mqtematicheskikh nauk, 1960, Vol-13, No-4, PP@19 2&
TEXT. The author considers a thin spherical shell of
material.. The isotropic planes are parallel in C
be med4um surface of the shell. The paper bases on ibe gener-z-,
c-f an-'sotropic shells of S.A. Ambartsumyan (Ref.0., vrher-:by
ze p@,aBible ic consider the influence of the transverral arl-lf@3
and deformations. The author uses the well-knomr, rE--@aij.:Ir.@ -f
(Ref.1) and (Ref.3) and neglects the terms of the ordai h/R-'
(b - thickn6ss of the shell, R - radius of the shell). Tnut, hi ot--iir,
+h,i following In4tial equation for investigations of statility an,:.
-ic:llation for a closed spherical shell:
2(A+l )2+1
P-15) c -,k&3(&+2)w A-2 0")z
Eh
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S e, el I
2 h2 k Eli2
12( 1--r2)R2 ' 10(- - JA2 )R2G'
2 B S A.
,;,_r@d w J a the bending; R ( 1 5-6@ )
AB + Ur ( R
6k, r) tire coordinates of the medium surface, k w R, B R
G! .'4 *he modulus of shear in planes being perpendicular to the
@qot_r@,plc plane., Z is the normal component of the charg4ng Qf the
The coefficient k is a correction of the classioal theory.
W11-h the aid of (1-15) the author considers the case of a A-hell charged
t.a!1*f0TMlY t@n the surface ( q - const) and determines the m1nimum -f
ihe -r.@tical :!harge (for k - 0 there results a well-kr,.@mrn f@-)rmu-'A
V.Z.Vlasov). Finally the author considers free oscillatlon@ @f @kn
unloaded shell (tangential forces of inertia are neglected). The
e.gen.frequencies are determined under certain restrir.4@i-;ra The case
of ri pforlodically -@rariable charge
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AUTHORs ,Khachalryan, A.A.
TITLEs On the stability of a Circular Cylindrical Shell for Some Loads
PERIODICALs Izvestiya Akademii nauk Armyanskoy SSR. Seriya fiziko-
matematicheskikh nauk, 1960, Vol. 13, 110. 5, PP. 37 - 45
TEXT: Starting from the general theory of anisotropic shells of S.A.
Ambartsumyan (Ref. 1) the author considers the stability of a transversal-
isotropic circular cylindrical shell of a mean length 1 for a simultaneous
influence of a uniform axial transverse pressure and the torsion.
The author obtains the stability equations
I + , 02V v a a.
=0'
(aij + + 2 d2d"I R 02
d"11 I V
(1-7) 2 @2-2 + V---- (1.7)
R
02
Ehl To 01 U, 2S@ t7 -
-AAw (I - k,-%)
12 (1
Gard 1/6 Eh
0"I R
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where utvtw are the additional shifts; '490p,@- are the coordinates (,6 along
the generating line, 8 along the arc of the cross section, k- along the
normal of the middle ourface)l R is the radius of curvature of the middle
surface. It is assumed that before the loss of stability the shell was in a
state of tension free of moments and that T 0 , T 0 , s0 are the inner
1 2
tangential forces of the initial state free of moments; ko Eh2
2
Evi are the modulus of elasticity and the Poisson's coeffit, 10(1-)> )GI
in the ient
isotropic planes, Gf is the modulu's of shear in planes perpendicular
to the middle surface.
If there is an axial pressure and a uniform transversal pressure then it
holds
0
(2.1) TO P TO qRj S 0
. 1 2
Asiuming that it holds
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U - k Cos m i: ot sin n8
1 R
(2-3) v - B sin M TL, L --- n8
R
w - C sin m sin nB
R
then with M7 R
I
values of the external
(2-5) PA2 + qRn2
Eh
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one obtains for the determination of the critica!
forces (for hinged supports along the boundary) 3
2 AA 2+ n 2)2 + A4
I + k( X 2+ n2) (A 2 + n 2
where 2 h2 k0 Eh2
(2-6) c 2 2 k U 77 2 2
12(l 9 )R R 10(i )R 01
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If there is a torsional moment M at the onds then it holds
0 0 0
(3-1) T1 . T 2,0 , S
2 R'
Demanding that of the boundary conditione only
(3-3) w - 0 for c4 - 0 and -- - I
are satisfied then with the representation
2.
3-4) sin n3
w - 2- ci -R
one obtains for the critical torsional moment
f 2 2 2 3
T 2 c2 pi + n +
3.6) M it R Eh
(
n I + k (//.,,2+ n n( A@2+ n2 2
ri I i 7) i
where c2 and k are given by (2.6); (i 1,2) satisfy the condition
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6-5) P- - - 2m -Ib R(m
2 " 1 1
and besides are so that (3.6) assumes the same value for i - 1 and i 2.
The further investigation can graphically be carried out by drawing the
function
(3-7) Y - C2 A + n
nr 11 + k(/- + n n(1_2 + n 2
(Fig. 1). The ordinate of the chord yields the value
'r- REh
y
Fig. 1
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There are 6 references 1 5 Soviet and I American.
EAbstracter'3 note s (Ref. 1) is a paper of S,A. Ambartsumyan in
IPrikladnaya matematika i mekhanika, 1958, Vol. 22; No. ij
ASSOCIATIONs Institut matematiki i mekhaniki AN Armyanskoy SSR
(Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics of the Academy of
Sciences Armyanskaya SSR)
SUBMITTED: May 13, 1960
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AMBARTSUMTAN, S.A.; KHkC&TRYAN, A.A.
Stability and vibrations of a shallow orthotropic
cylindrical panels DoklsAN Arm.SSR 30 no.1:39-45
16o. (MIBA 13--7)
1. Institut mtemt1ki i makhaniki Akademii nauk Arayanakov
SSR i Yerevanskly gosudaratvannyy univeraitet. 2. Chlen-
korreepondent AN AraVanskoy SSH (for Ambartsumyan)o
(JUstic plates and shells)
KRACHATRTAN, A.A.
Stability and oscillations of a transvereally isotropic
spherical shell. Izv. All Arm. 115R.Sere fiz,-mat, nauk 13
no.4:19-2B 160. (MIRA 13:9)
1. Institut matematiki i mokhmiki AN ArmSSR.
(11astic plates and shells)
KHACHATRYAN, A.A.
Stability of a circular cylindrical shell submitted to certain loads.
Izv. AN Arm. SSR. Ser. fiz.-mat. nauk 13 no.5:37-45 160.
(MIRA 141l)
1. Inatitut matematiki i makhanilci AN Armyanskoy SSR.
(Elastic plates and shells)
KHACHATRYANg A. A.
Cand Tech Sci - (diss) "Several tasks in the stability snd vibra-
tions of anisotropic plates and casings." Yerevan, 1961. 9 pp;
(Committee of the Council of Ministers Ax-menien SSR for Higher
and Secondary Specialist Education, Yerevan Polytechnic Inst
imeni K. Marx); 150 copies; price not given; (KL, 5-61 sup, 194)
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AUTHOR: Khachatryan, A. A.
TITLE: On the stability and Oscillations of plates
isotropic in a transverse direction
PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mekhanika, no@ 129 1961,
25-26, abstract 12V182 (Izv. AN ArmSSR. Sero
fiz.-matem. n.9 19609 13, no. 1, 73-80)
TEXT: With the aid of the equations of bending of circular
plates with cylindrical anisotropy (S. A. Ambartsumyan, D. V.
Peshtmaldzhyan., Izv. AN ArmSSR. Ser. fiz.-matem. n., 19599 129
no. 1, 43-59-RZhMekh, 1960, no. 8, 10607), an equation is ob-
tained for solving the problems of stability and vibration of
round transversely isotropic plates of constant thickness, where
the plane of isotropy is parallel to the mean plane of the plate.
It is shown that the critical force in the statically stable
state, frequency of free oscillations, and boundaries of regions
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of dynamic instability essentially depend on the coefficient
K = 1 E h2
10 (1 - )2 GI a2
where E, "@ --modulus Of elasticit
in the Plane Of isotropy, y and POisson coefficient
.& G' --shear modulus in Planes normal
tO,isotropy Plane, h --thickness, a --radius Of the plate.
9 -eferences, Z-ibstracterve note; Complete translation.-7
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Khachatryan, A-A.
T r2l.::: Stability of a rectangular Plate under certain loads
11Z,"ft 10 D 1 C AL Ahademiya nauk Armyanskoy SSR. Izvestiya, v.151 no.3,
19621 129-132
T::XT The loads acting on the plate are assumed to be
x + a VO , � 2;YD
f TX' - - Tp, XY "r-r@ y
Y + b ro = t 2oc p X,
c@o = - 0 P,
y YX a
where a, b - dimensions of the plate; 0c, P, T - several constants;
? - pressure value.
The author deduces for the critical. value of the parameter p
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2
Pcr - Ur Dab
b + pa
-G - 21 Y-
'L'he case of a square plate for 3
ed- There i P= T =land Ot Oisd4scuss-
s 1 figure.
1JSOC LVION: Institut matematilti i mekhaniki AN ArmYanskoy SSR
11 (Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, AS ArmSSR)
L; 37 -*1-L TED
April 13, 1962
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KHACHAMIAN, A.A.
Stability of a rectangular plate under different loads.
Izv. AN Arm. SSR. Ser. fis.-mt. nauk 15 no.3:129-132
162. (mm 15:9)
1. imstitut matematiki i mer1han"d AN Armymnskoy SSR.
(Elastic plated and shells)
X4
J- 4
nauK, v. lb, no. 1965, 43-52
HAIT1,11Y lit il
['10 XUl-0 Of A fl (I M, i -i [If J fll I te 1-11 a @;@ Ly i@ R; @i d it; ib; @tA ad cr;r, t@.e
edge. l7v. AN Am. SSR. nauk. 18 no.2:39-1.7 '(,5.
2. Inolitut natemutiht i mol-luirilli AN Amyanshoy
L 27122-66 EWT(d) UP(a)
ACC NRi AP016865 SOURCF, CODE,' 41/0198/66/002/002/0029/MI
AUTHORS Yelkonyan, A. Pe (Yerevan); Khacha@ryan, A. A. (Yerevan)
CRG: Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics. AN ArM�5RN Yerevan (Institut
matematiki i makhaniki)
*s, paper was
TITIE: Stabil itl of rectangular'f ilms with transverse isotropy fThl
presented at the 5th All-Union Conference on Plates and Shells held in Moscow fr
SOURCE: 'Prikladnaya makhanikap v. 2P no.2, 1966 -29- 5
TOPIC TAGSS bomputer, computer calculation, shell structure stability/Razdan-2
computer
. On the bas 0 S. A.
ABSTPACT. is of the refined the ry of anis otropic films of
:Ambart.TaWan A - Theory of Anisotrople Shells
(Teoriya anizotropnykh oboloch
41oscow 1961), the authors present a solution of the problem of the stability
of a rectangular, transVersely isotropic shaet which in hingo-supported on three
sider, and freo on the fourth sida and subjected to a uniform compression on
.turo opposite hinged sides. By the introduction of a new function, the original
'-system of equations of Ambartsumyan is reduced to a system of two independent
equations for the normal dislocations and the derived function.
Computations performed on the Razdan-2 computer-at the CpAputer Center
0. the Academy of Sciences Armanian SSR are tabulated.!
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