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MCHORY101, H.Kh.
Role of the correlative strength of excitation of cortical
conters in the function of conditioned reflex connections of
tho second order. Trudy Ifiziol.lab.All SSSR 1:63-95 '59-
(MIRA 12:8)
(CONDITIOIBM RBSP011a)
DOLGIKH, M.A.; MATVIYENKOp V.V.; AIIACHATURIYAN, N.S.
9stimating the stability of leaching chambers in deposits of
rock Balt. Trudy VHIIST no.12t74-Ill 162. (MIRA 16:11)
KHACHATURYAN, N.S.
Mechanical characteristics of the rock salt of the Avarsk deposit in the
Armenian S.S.R. Izv. AN Am. SSR. Ser. tekh. nauk 18 no.104-76 165.
(MIRA 18:7)
1. Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut podzemnoy gazifikatsii
ugley.
AUTHOR: Gortachev, S.Y., Khachaturiyan, O.B. 76-il-21/35
TITLE: The Dependence of the Velocity of Electrolysis on the Composition
of Reversible Redox System (Zavisimost' skorosti elektroliza ot
sostava obmtimykh okialitellno-vosstanovitellnykh sistem)
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal Fizicheskay Khimii, 1957, Tol. 31, Nr 11, pp. 2526-2-533
(USSR)
ABSTRACT: The system ferro-, ferricyanAdes was investigated. The method em-
ployed was that of the temperature dependence of current density
on the polarization potential, which was used in a number of vorks
(e. g. Ref.6-10). The investigation of the kinetics of the eleotro-
chemical reaction oxidation of ferro-, ferricyanides shows that
with a concentration of 0.1 and 0-3 M and 25, 40, 60 and 800 0 the
velocity of the process concerned is limited by the concentration
polarizat@on. An equation is derived with the help of which it is
possible to compute the dependence of amperage on composition in the
case of any polarization potential for reversible redox systems.
There are 8 figures and 12 references, 8 of which are Slavic.
ASSOCIATIM Chemical-Technologioal Institute imeni. D.I.Mendelayev (Khimiko-
tekhriologioheakiy institut im. D.I.Xendeleyeva)
KIIACIITURYAN. O.B. Cand Plem Sci -- (diss) "Study of electro-
chemical kinetics of certain bP&&s=k4&6',I-e -xi A- ca4aa4ba@e
systems." MOB 1958, 12 pp (Min of Higher -@ducation USSR.
Mos Order of Lenin Chem Tech Inst im D.J. Mendeleyev)
120 copies. (KL, 21-56, 68)
AUTHORS: Khachaturyan, 0. B., Gorbachev, S. V. SOVP-56-56-1-6146
TITLE: The Polarization of Reversible Oxidative-Reductive Systems
(Polyarizataiya obratimykh okinlitellno-vosstanovitellnykh
sistem)Ferro-Ferri Ions (Ferro-ferriiony)
PERIODICAL: Nauchnyye doklady vysahey shkoly, Khimiya i khimicheakaya
tekhnologiya, 1958, Nr 1, pp. 19 - 22 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: In spiteofit great number of papers on the kinetics of the
electrochemical oxidation and reduction of the iron ions in
solutions a uniform point of view concerning the nature of
the polarization which accompanies this process has hitherto
been lacking. This is shown by a survey of publications(Refs
1-6) according to which the nature of the overcharging process
of the iron ions is not finally explained. Therefore the authors
investigated its kinetics in sulfuric acid solutions under
application of the temperature-kinetic method (Ref 9). In this
connection the mechanism of the most retarded stage which
determines the velocity of the whole process may be determined
reliably only if the following three factors are investigated:
Card 1/4 a) The absolute value of the effective activation energy,
The Polarization of Reversible Oxidative-Reductive sov/156-58-1-6/46
Systems. Ferro-Ferri Ions
b)its dependence on the polarization potential, and c) the
influence of stirring on the velocity of the proceeding process.
Solutions of bi- and trivalent iron sulfate in 0,1 n.sulfuric
acid were investigated. Figure 1 shows curves which were plotted
for 0,1 M solution in a not stirred electrolyte at 20 - 600C.
The curves increase rapidly with rising temperature and the
polarization is reduced. The imperfect symmetry of the anode-
and cathode curves points out that the anode process is lagging
behind the cathode process. It was found that the curves of
the current density logarithm versus the inverse temperature
function in a wide range repreont parallel straight lines
(Fig 2). On the strength of the obtained polythermal curves
the amount of the effective activation energy (Ref 9) of the
cathode- and anode process was calculated for all investigated
concentrations. It fluctuated between 6 and 7 kcal/mol. Since
stirring is a criterion which suggests a diffusion nature of
the process, its influence was investigated. Figure 3 shows
that the stirring of the electrolytes reduces to a great extent
the polarization and increases the current density. The values
Card 2/4 of the activation energy were in this case not equal to the
The Polarization of Reversible Oxidative-Reduative SOY/156-58-1-6/46
Systems. Ferro-Ferri Ions
last mentioned. It was found that also a prototro@iq.4,(proto-
tropnyy) mechan4sA takes place beside the ionic co@Q"Uctivity.
Thus an occurrence may be assumed of a hydrolysis in the
sulfate iron solutions which leads to the formation of the
colloidal iron hydroxide. The latter was proved as well. The
iron hydroxide plays the r3le of a surface-active addition
in the solution. The existence of the latter causes an in-
creased value of the amount of the effective activation energy
(Ref 10). There are 3 figures and 10 references, 3 of which
are Soviet.
ASSOCIATION: Kafedra fizicheskoy khimii Moskovskogo khimiko-tekhnologiches-
kogo institute, im. D. I. Mend eleyeva (Chair of Physical Chemistry
of the Moscow Institute of Chemical Technology imeni
D.I. Mendraeyev)
MMITTED: September 12t 1957
Card 3/4
A LITHORS s Khachaturyan, 0. B. , Goruuche,
TITLEs Electrochemical Kinetics of Somt, _.teversible Hedox S:(.-t@rrs
(Elektrolthimichookaya kinetikn ri-!,-:o@cryO
oki.r;IiLe:Lfno-vosstarioviti-!Ilnykii JiiLtf@M/
PERIODIC.!iL; Izv,-sfiy,.t vysuhikh uciiebnykti za-i,_den!.y.
tekhriologiya, 1958, Nr 2, pp lUb-113
ADSTRACT: Tile reversible systems have a particular po:;iti3ri trie
various electrochemical processea. The number cf .n.
elementary atagea which are responsiblc i'.:)r tho J11,
polarization is here the least. Therefore, quite recenzly, the
investigators have taken much interest in reaox systE-@ms Pspe-
cially in such typical cases as
and others (Refs 2-6). In these studies, liow--vert the influence
exercised by the composition of these systems upori tne rate of
the electrochemical reaction is scarcely being considered. Even
4-ri those papers where this -*as done (Refs 5-8), no cc,aclasions
with respect to the rate of oleztrclysis werp au-
thors investigated the problem under review foi- of' the
Card 1/4 ferro-ferricyanides and of sivple iror, salt--. Th@ -.,-,et;.)Q of
-a -7J
J
ne
30
Electrochemical Kinetics of' Some Reversible Ac-(Iox oiyetem3
measurement and the equipment were already previciiii1y Q-@.Zcr,.b-
ed (Ref 11). Diagrams of the "electrochemical activiTi-l )n the
basis of the isotherms of the dependence of tht
rate upon the polarization potential (Fig 1 'I 3;vrL
These measurements were ra4.-rir;d out for varl;
0, 0. -Ith
oxidized and reduced onv at @,Q 60 and boo
concentration of the solution oi 0.1 Noutral saltzi i-rrn,
ferricyanideB and iron sulfate6 in a 0.1 11 sulfuric ricir were
tested. As it can be seen in figures 2 ana 5, thi.- Isopoteritial
curves of' tne dependence of the ciectrolyisis rate on th@ com-
position of the system pass throagh it maximum. Tt.,is fLaximum is
shifted with the increasing polarization potontiul ar.j Altln the
change of tho compoaition oi th-t ,iolution. This sniCr @-- char-
acteriatic both of anodic and cathodic pro,.,esspq. Ttie
gation of the systems (Refs 11,12) shows that the abr@vt- r.iles
remain valid for (All concentraLlons (up to the saturaLed s@jlu-
tions) and for all temperaturej invedtigated. From thiza @-, may
be concluded that the rule detected Is not aeterm;.nvu by
incividual properties of the system .'nve--,t;.gateQ, but @ppprenl-.
Cara 214 ly by the most retarded stage of the process. Thitj ntag@- po.3-
SOV/153-58-2-18/zO
Electrochemical Kinetics of Some Reversible Redox Systems
sesses a diffusion nature. Starting from this it was tried to
calculate the curves obtained. After various computations the
authors establish the equation (6), from which can be seen
that the position of the maximum on the curve is determined by
the total concentration, -the polarization potential and tem-
perature. If the equation (6) is applied to the description of
the experimental data regarding ferro-ferri ions, only the
character of the rule observed can be determined. The maximum
of the corresponding -curves remains below the maximum computed
and the rate of the process is considerably reduced as com-
pared with its calculated value (Fig 4). Finally, the determi-
nation and dependence of the coefficientr (equation 4)
(Tables 1,2) are discussed. Thus the aut ors proved that in a
system consisting of ferro-ferri-sulfates quantitative devia-
tions from the values computed by equation (6) are observed.
They are explained by adsorption of the colloidal iron
hydroxide on the eleatrodes. There are 4 figures, 2 tables,
and 18 references, 10 of which are Soviet.
Card 3/4
W-4"
SOV/153-58-2-18/3C)
Electrochemical Kinetics of' Some Reversible Redox Systems
ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy khimiko-tekhnologicheskiy institut imeni D. I.
Mendeleyeva (Moscow Institute bf Chemical Technology imeni
D. I. Mendeleyev)
Kafedra fizicheskoy khimii (Chair of Physical Chemistry)
SUBMITTED: September 23, 1957
Card 4/4
AUTHORS: Khachaturyan, 0. B., Gorbachev, S. V. 76-32-4-39/43
TITLEz The Polarization of the Reversible Ferri-Ferrocyanide
Redox Systems (Polyarizatsiya obratimykh okLa:Litej'no-
-vosstanovitellnykh sistem. Ferri-ferrotsianidy)
PERIODICALt Zhurnal Fizicheskoy Khimii, 1958, Vol. 32, Nr 4,
PP. 952-954 (USSR)
ABSTRAM Investigations of the problem mentioned in the title
have been carried out already by many scientists, as
there are Grubs (Reference 1), Friedenhagen (Reference 2),
Von Hayek (Reference 3), Le-Blano (Reference 4), Gust
(Reference 5). V- F- Illinakiy and N. P. Lapin (Refen
rence 6)j the latter pointed out that these processes
take place without a diffusion mechanism. In the present
paper the temperature-kinetic method of investigation
described in references was applied, an U-shaped vessel
and platinum electrodes having been used as electrolyser.
From the graphically represented experimental data can
be seen that the cathode- and anode curves take a symme-
trical course, and that limit currents were observed
Card 1/2 at 25, 4o and 6oOC. The amount of effective activation
The Polarization of the Reversible Ferri- 76-32-4-./9/43
Ferrocyanide Redox Systems
energy was computed according to a formula and an
interval of 40-3 kcal/mol was found. This is regarded
as proof for the diffusive kind of the limit stage of
the process and the course of the polarization curves
is computed according to Nernst. By modifyin the apparatus
the investigations were carried out in mixing and it was
found that the mixing of the liquid exerts a strong in.
fluence on the course of the polarization curve.
There are 2 figures and lo references, 5 of which are
Soviet.
ASSOCILTION: Khimiko-tekhnologicheakiy institut im. D. 1. Mendeleyeva
Moskva (Moscow, Chemical-Technological Institute im.
D, I. Mendeleyev)
SUBMITTED: February 28, 1957
1. Ferri-ferrocyanide redox systems--Polarization
Card 212
BUMMISTRUVA, 011ga Aleksandrovna; KARA11kT1YANTS, Rikhail
Khristoforovich, prof.; KARETNIKC;V, Gennan Sergeyevich,
dots.i KISELEVA, Yekaterina Vasillyevnd, dots.; KUDRYASHCV,,
Igor' VIndimirovich, dots.; MIKHAYLOV, Vladimir Vasillyev@ch,
dots.; STA103TENKO, Yakaterina Pavlovna, dots.; STRELITSOV,
Igor' Sergeyevich; KHACHATURYAN, Ollga Borisovna, dots.;
GORBACHEV ` S.V., doktor kh1m.'nAuk, prof., zaal. deyatell
n.quki i tekhniki, red.; ALAVERDCV, Yn.G., red.; VORONINA,
1U,, tekhn, red.
[f,Rboratory work in physical chemistry] Praktikum po fizicya-
skoi khimii. [By] O.A.Burmistrovn i dr. Moskva, Vysshaia
shkola, 1963. 553 P. (MIRA 16:1!)
(Chemistry, Physical and theoretical-Laboratory manual)
T
KRESHKOV, A.P.; MiSHLAYAYETA, L.V.; YdIACHATURYAN, O.B.; KRASNOSHCHEKOVt V.V.
Conductometric analysis of silicon in organosilicon compounds.
Zhur. anal. khim. 18 no.11:1375-1379 N 163. (MIRA 17:1)
1. Moskovskiy khimiko-tekhnologicheskly inatitut imeni
D.I. Mendeleyeva.
ACCESSION NRj AP4019521 .8/0076/64/038/002/0372/0374 1
1AUTHOR: Khochaturyant 0 9 Be (Moscow); Pedorovag He 8* (Moscow)
ITITLE: Hat`u%ral con-vection vs recharging rate in reversible oxidation-reductiou
I
Isystems
:SOURCE: Zhurnal fizicheakoylkhimii, v. 38, no. 2. 1964, 372-374
ITOPIC TAGS: electrolytic convection, oxidation reduction electrolysist ferrL
Iferro electrolysis,, electrolytic recharging rate, iron ion
;ABSTRACT: After reviewing a considerable number of studies dealing with recharge
;in reversible oxidation-reduction processes, the authors define their purpose
Ias an investigation in how far natural convection influences the rate of anodic
!and cathodic process during recharge of simple and complex Lronjonso For tbeLr I
itests they used the X&B,-451 shadow instrument to determine (by changing refraction),
;the viscosity and distribution of upward and downward flows, It was found th&t'
@recbargc of Iron ions is accompanied by natural convections To characterize the
;amount of convective sunwand of polariratien.it is proposed to use the amount of
:hydraulic reaLetacce of friction, A Pj which.,in the given caseq only depends
;Card. . .......
ACCESSION NR: AP4019521
,on the viscosity of the solution flowing along the electrode. In the recharge
,of complex iron ions, the convective summands'of polarization in the anodic and
:Cathodic processes are equal* A considerable difference In the Viscosity of the
and ferri-sulfate dolutions can explaid'the lag of the anodic behind the
;cathodic process when recharpUq In these solutLoaso
'ASSOCIATION: MoskovskLy kh*ik9 tekhnologiche'skiy Lnotitut ins D# ro
;Mendeleyeva CHoscow Chmical. ftineerLug Institute)
SUBMITTED OlFeb63 DATA ACQ: 3D%r64 SIM: -00
iSUB CODHs CH W RV SOVI 009 OTHBR: 000
Card 2/2
KHACHATURYMN, B. -, P"DOW7P.,
..........
Frftjct: (if riatural cn tKe r'-scharging rate Ir.
r&-er-i@ble ivdax uysbemo. Zllrur. fiz. khIm. 38 nc.2:372-374
F '64. (M.-IRA 17:8)
.10 1 ko, tull
.. Mcpkr.vsk-iY khim., -teknr,olcpicheqkJ.y instl irxni
Wndeleyc-m.
- KIIAGIIATURYAN, 0. B.
Kinetj,@ method of detormining concentration in reversible
redo,x systemi, Zhur. fiz. khim. 38 no.3:728-732 Mr 164.
(MIRA 17-7)
1. Khimiko-telhnologicheskiy institut imeni D.I. Mendeleyeva,
Moskva.
SM.*GEIJ'YA, P.O.; KHACHhTURYANg F&AG,
Controlling lho -jeopenal In 9-1-1 (n,
Ge-orglan
(M I RA 1-, 97
01,
NAZIROV9 R.K.; SMAGINt I,F,; KHACHATURYAN. S.A.
, (- CC
Designing and building the first experimental precaat reinforced
concrate movable pier in the Zyrya-More marine oil field. Azerb.
neft.khoz. 40 no.12j47-50 D 161. OURA 15:8)
(Apsheron region-Artifioial Islands)
(Precast oonorste oonstruction)
NA'ZIROV, R.K., inzh.; SMAGIII, I.F.; KIIAGIIATURYAN, S.A., kand.
tekhn. nauk.,[deceaBed); DOffMTS) M-L., inzh., red.
[Construction of precast reinforced concrete offshore piers-
work practice of the Azerbaijan offshore Construction Trustl
Stro.ltellstvo moraklkh tramportnykh oBtakfid iz sbornogo
zholezobetona; opyt raboty tresta. t'Azmorneftastroi." MoBkva,
GoDstroiizdnt, 1963. 20 p. (MIlRA 17:7)
1. Akademiya stroitell8tva I arkhitektury 3MR. Nauchno-
issledovatellski;y Institut orgunizatsiip mokhanizatsii i
tekhnicheskoy pomoshchi stroitellstvu. 2. Direktor Gosudar-
stvermogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo i proyektnogo instituta,
nor.skoy nefti (for Nazirov). 3. Glavr7y inzhener proyekta
zhelezobetonnykh sooruzheniy Gosudarstvennogo nauchno-issltdo-
vatellskogo i proyektnogo instituta morskoy nefti (for Snagin).
4. Nachaltnik. otdela zhel7zobatoruVkh sooruzheniy Gosudarstven-
nogo naucbno-isaledovatel skogo i proyektnogo instituta morskoy
neft (for Khachaturyan).
KHACHATURYAN, S. A.
Khachaturyan, S. A. -- "Experimental Investigation of the Acoustic Super-
charging of Piston GampressorB with the Aid of Variable Volume Reso-
nators." Min Higher Education USSR,, Moscow Order of Labor Red Banner
Petrolewn Inst imeni Academician 1. H. Oubkin,, Chair of Petroleum-
Industrial Machines and Mechanism, Moscow,, 1955 (Dissertation for the
Degree of Candidate in Technical Sciences)
SO: KnizhWa Letopis', No. 23, Moscow., Jun 55j, pp 87-104
MACHATURYAN, S.A.
-,
I 41ordhitelAg In compressor pipeline stations. Gaz.prom.ae.9:
28-32 S 156. (Kw 9:10)
(Compressors) (GAs distribution)
K"nIF)Cti AT Uf@yt) r1j,
24(l);14(5) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATIOJ"I SOV/2965
Gladkikh, Petr Andreyevich, and SeMey Ara-novich Khachaturyan
Vibratsil v truboproyodakh I metok ikh ustraneniya (Methods of
Eliminating Vibrations In Pipes) Moscow, Manhgiz, 1959. 242 p.
Errata slip Inserted. 2s5OO cop@es printed.
Reviewer; L, Ya. Tsikerman Candidate of Technical Sciences; Ed.:
L. B. Kublanovskiyj Candidate of Technical Sciences; Ed. of
Publishinj House., A. L. Tairova; Tech. Ed.: V. D. ElIkind;
Managing d, for Literature on Machine and Instrument Con-
struction: N, V. Pokrovskiy, Engineer.
PURPOSE: This book is Intended for technical personnelg designers,
mechanics,# and scientific workers.
COVERAGE: The book deals with the theory of the generation of
vibrations in pressure pipelines and piston-blower installatiorz.
Practical suggestions for'lowering vibrations to a permissible
level are given. The use of acoustic filters as pulsating
ressure dampers is described. N. N. Andreyev and A. I.
g
elov are mentioned for their contributions to the development
Card 115
Methods of Eliminating (Cont.) SOV12965
of the theory, design, and testing of acoustic filters used on com-
pressors. There are 57 references; 37 Soviet, 18 English,
and 2 German.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Preface 3
Ch. I. Introduction 5
1. Basic concepts 11
2. Natural and forced vibrations 12
3. Sound waves 15
4. Representation of vibrations In the form of complex
numbers 22
Ch. II. Differential Equations for a Compressible Fluid 27
1. The wave equation and its solutions 27
2. Forced vibration of fluid in a tube without friction 31
3. Equation for a compressible flUid with friction taken
Into account 34
Card 2/5
) SOV/2965
(Cont
.
Methods of Eliminating
95
1. Extent of permissible vibrations 96
2. Foundations for compressors
ibration Insulation for
3. Directions for designing v
eriodic shaking force
ith 100
102
p
machines w
arameters for vibration insulation
ti
S 104
4. ng p
elec
5. Spring shock absorbers 112
6. Rubber shock absorbers 117
?. Combined shock absorbers 121
8. Location of vibration insulators
uencies for insulated plants
e
f
i 123
4
9. r
q
ng
Determining whirl
lant's forced vibrations
f 12
10. p
Determini,ng amplitudes o
forces transferred to supporting
11. Determining disturbing 127
structures 129
12. Adjustable pipe supports 130
13. Expwision bends
Investigating Vibrations at Compressor Stations
VI
Ch 136
136
.
1. .
Instruments for measuring vibrations .
tion-recording analysis
ib 158
2, ra
Fundamentals of v
f investigating vibrations and gas pulsations
165
3. Methods o
in pipes
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Methods of Eliminating (Cont.)
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4. Vibrations
5. Vibrations 'rl Compressor stations
in Piping
6* Investigating surge tanks 6id acoustic absorbers
7. Vibrations in Compressor installations
Ch. VII. Vibrations
1* Nonuniformity In PUMOM-station PipiW
of pump
2, Damping Pulsations Of Ioutput
3. use Of air chambers in tUld in Piping by air chambers
4@ resistance he presence Of local hydraulic
Pulsation of fluid In
chamber PIPIng with an 5ir-frea7 surge
5. Vibration-resistant heat Insulation of industrial
6* Recommendations for preventing and eliminating vibrpaitpilons
in PumP and compressor installations ng
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Physical mode.-iig of the pressure vibrations in pipeline
systems. Gaz. delo no.1:14-17 165.
(MIRA 18:6)
1. Moskovskiy ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znatneni institut
neftekhimicheskoy i gazovoy promyshlennosti Im. akad. Gulkins.
i Vaesoyuznyy zaochnyy politekhnichaskly institut.
ABONZONO M., kand.tekhri.nauk; K(JZOBKOV, A,1,#, kand, takhnonauk; XHACHATURYM,
kand.tokhn,.naukl XOZLOV, VeAt. Inahe
Electrical model of a piaton-tvpe compressor station. From. OnerRa
20 no.10143-45 0 165, (MrRA 18sIO)
KHACHATURYAN, S.K.1, inzh.
Inbuilt transformer stationB in =micipal electric power
distribtition networko. Energetik 11 no.Ilt23-25 N 163,
(MIRA 16:")
A,:C 'Ar,L)()LI89,11 SOURCE CODE: ui/0000/65/000/00()/0101/0107
e A UT. 10 11 Levi, V. A.; Iflusayelyan, A. S.; Polon.,kly, Z. Khaci,,@.'@u,^yani
OAG. Burcau of Marine Geophysical ProGpecting. Azerbaydzhan Scibn- i
."fic-Research InGtitute of Petroleum Production (Kontora.morGkoy
,Goofizicheslcoy razvedki. AzerbaydzhanGkly nauchno-iGsledo,vatel.!skiy
institut po dobychc nefti)
ITIML: Rcsults of the application of the central-ray method in the
@,southeastern part of the Kur deprcaGion
minar po novoy metodike zeysmorazvedki.
SOURCE: Vzesoyuznyy ne
iSeysmorazvedlca a primeneniyem gruppirovaniya vzryvov na dllnnykh.ba.,Iakh;
'i sposoba tsentralInykh luchey (Seismic prospecting using the grouping
of shots on long bases and the methodof central rays); trudy seminara.
1',"'oscow, Izd-vo Nedra, 1965, 101-107
:TO?IC TAGS: zel.Gmic prospecting, underground explosion, seismic wave,
p u c L.1 n,-,
Get.-,inilc proo, 4
The article presents an analysis of data obtained vy '.;hc
'central-ray method (STsL) in the Xugean3k 3teppe. 14-1 is shown that
!under favorable surface and subsurface seiGmogeological conditiO9,
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STsL provides m*
ore detailed and complete crosG sections than continuous
jpro
i - .1
filing by the Method of reflected waves. RecordIng time increa3es
L
i L'o 7-8 sec with up to 16 instruments in the receiving group and explo-I
;Give weights Of 30-35 kgo Quality of data is found to decreas
closer
'to the piedmont regions. ST3L is recommended for marine seismic
;prospecting. Orig. art, has: 4 figures and 1 formula.
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i4c.--yrtror- ainp-n tfio-re arn indicalimia in the literature that flage dissocizees in the vapor,
SILINA, E.Tu.; KHACRATURYANp T.A.
Accounting for the effect of thermal diffusion in 'the determination
of saturated vapor pressure by the gas stream method. Trudy MMI
no.44tl3-19 164. (MIRA 18tl)
Temperature dependence of the pressure of mercury selenide
saturated vapor, Ibid.i2O-23
q,
XHLCHLTURYLN, T.T.
'Id cylindrical shell. Izv.AN Arm.SSR.Ser.Y= nauk
Stability of a rou
1 no.6:473-03 '48. (KM 9t8)
1. Sektor matematiki i makheniki Akademii nauk Armyanskoy SM.
(Strains and stresses) (Elastic plates and shells)
1. XHACHAT*ANP' f.' T.
2. USSR (600)
4. Elastic Plates and Shells
7. Some analogies between problems of bending and plans tension of rectangular plates.
Soob.Inst.mat. i. mekh.AN Arm. SSR, no. 5, 1950;
9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, April -1953, Uncl.
8948S
AUTHOR:
TITLE:
S/022/61/014/001/006/010
13112/B202
Khaohaturyan, T. T.
On taking account of the influence of tangential stresses
in the plate-bending theory
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Akademii nauk Armyanskoy SSR. Seriya fiziko-
matematicheskikh nauk, v. 14, no. 1, 1961, 67-78
TEXT: The author discusses the bending of isotropic plates of a thick-
ness of 2h. In this case, the normal stress is put zero, i.e., only the
effect of tangential stresses is studied. If the z-axis of the system
of coordinates has the direction of the normal of the plate, the following
ansatz holds for the components exz, e YZ of the displacement tensor:
eX2 @ TI(xvy) (1 - Z 2/h 2), eYX . T2(x'y) (1 - z2/h 2), ezz ' 0 wit'll
displacement functions y, and T2 which, together with the displacement
w of the central plane of the plate, are determined by the equations:
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On taking account of the influence... S/022/61/014/001/006/010
B112/B202
w ;kV2@ V2@
T1 4 8x T2 4 aY
The potential function satisfies a differential equation of the form:
V4@ _ X . For 0 these formulas are in agreement with those of the
. W. If X - 0, 8FI 8F
classical theory of plate bending: + ay T2_ - 8x
is obtained for the displacement functions, where F is an arbitrary func-
tion. The author studies a series of boundary problems and illustrates
the agreement between his results and those obtained by other authors by
numerical examples; free boundary, fixed boundary, freely supported
boundary, round plate with fixed boundary and symmetrical load, round
plate with freely supported boundary, freely supported rectangular
plate (comparison with studies made by V. M. Deyev, V. I. Blokh,
B. F. Vlasov, S. A. Ambartsumyan, Kh. M. Mushtari), rectangular plate
with partially (freely) supported boundary. There are 2 tables and
12 references- 10 Soviet-bloc and 2 non-Soviet-bloc.
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On taking account of the influence... S102 611014100110061010
31 12YB202
ASSOCIATION: Yerevanskiy Politekhnicheakiy Institut
(Yerevan Polytechnic Institute)
SUBMITTED: November 16, 1960
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2 @ Li 200 D208/D304
AUTHOR: Khachaturyan, T.T. (Yerevan)
TITLE: Basic equations of the general theory of thin elastic
shells under stress
PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Otdeleniye tekhnicheskikh nauk.
Prikladnaya matematika i mekhanika, v. 25, no. 3,
1961, 536 - 542
TEXT: The aim of this work to present the general theory of shells
in a form more suitable for practical applications, and the use
of such quantities as eoge stresses in the outer layers of shells
is proposed instead of the customary tensions, moments etc. Small
values shall all be derived with an accuracy of 1 + @ + -2 +
where projection of semi thickness of the shell on its radius
of curvature. A curvelinear coordinate system is used, axes a,
and z being in the directions of principal curvatures and inner
normal of the neutral surface and by the linear law of distribu-
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Basic equations of the general ... D208%304
tion of principal stresses
A (52 A ( I . l
51 + in, Oap all + 'nil h
where oil 021 d 12 are normal and tangential stresses at the point
on the neutral surface mi) m 2 and m :.2 - normal and tangential
stresses at the boundary points z = � h, designated bend and tor-
sion respectively. The stresses at those points will be
(3a+ (51 + MI, (;A+ = 62 + m, OaA+ do + M33 (1.2)
C$a- GI - Mi, (511- = (32 - M2, (;.A- + oil - M 12
The Laplace operator in curvilinear coordinates, gives
LI (a), 2012) +L2 ((112, (11 52) ++ XL,(m,,2m,,) + (1-9)
i
+ L@! L2 (MI2, M) - 1712) + L @ 0
3 2h
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Basic equations Of the general D208/D304
X, + 2m 11) +
21,,) 4 LI (,512t 01) + 3
+ 3@'@ LI (n, 1111 - m- 2) + 2h
3 3 @j IV
+ 0 (nt YV St,
(n,, 2),
and n I 2m I"t) 1,2 0112,
1112 (rt,2 2yno) 4- Li 1112- ?111)
v1hich constitute the first group of basic equations,
(u, v) + k WO Li (fit f2 ki ti
.1 111 1 L (f k2 :::2
2 L2 (V, u) + k2w' 2 2 2' fl
L 2 (U - V) + Li (V, - U)
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(2.5)
26;740
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Basic equations of the general D208/D304
2-r = L 1 (f 2' - fl ) + L2(fl' - f2) - ki L 1 (v, - u) - k2L2(ul - v)
(e
constitutes the 2nd group of basic equations, and represents the
components of deformation of the neutral surface. Third group ex-
pressing the compatibility of deformation of neutral surface are
LI L. (r, X1 - X2)- (k, + A--.) L, 2k, L, (-L w, e, - E.@) = 0
(2.6)
L2 (Y 1, -21 LI - xj) - (k, k2) L, (ej, - I.)) 2k2L I (1- 0) - F'2 - 8 1)
LI (TI, T2) + L2 (y2, yl) +k2y., + kjx.., - 0 (2.6)
where 3Aeci, (2.7) (2-7)
TI= 111 0 2, (1)) - 112 (L W E LI V), V.@ -- el)
2 T2
and fourth group will consist of equations of elastic relations
E E E
I - IL' '512 __ ;T _: @ - (J)
El IWO' (53 = (E., + lip,),
It - 0 it)
Eh rh Eh (3.2)
1112, = (X2 + [LY 1), 1111. T
I -- It, It
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26-i4ri
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D208/D504
If the shell is edge loaded, then all stresses and moments can be
expressed in terms of three functions of coordinates a and 0, a,
bg c as follows:
G, = hx;(n, b, c), 02= hxI (a, b, c), i3,2 ILT(n, b, c) (4-1)
tit, 3F. (a, b, c), in, 3s, (a, b, c), inj2 b, c)
The equations of compatibility of deformations in terms of stres-
ses are
L, (tit @, 2m12) L, (m,2, tit, - m2) - L' (/III + fit,
0) + X
IL
LI (cl, 2512) 2 (:;121 C'I - 0
LI (al + (;21 ()-1 2%,L (5.1)
L, (w.,, 2frt,2) LI (nil 7, M2 - MO (tit I -I nt,, 0)
. . + It
L_ 0, 4- c2, 0) - (%, + X2)L2(a2, 2:;,.) - 2X. L, 0
+ it - - -
pl) - "'I - 11"'2 0
LI (pl, p2) +L2 (p. MI - tU113
R211 0 + 11) 111h (I +
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Basic equations of the general ... D208%304
where I
p, - L, (it, 2,ij2) -1 L3 (all, a, -,32) - -j-.j7- L, k,,t + (52, 1))
It (5.2)
pt (a., 2c,,2) + L, (012, (32 - 01) t L2 02- 0)
+ it
and (1.9) with (5-1) are the initial equations for solving stress
problems. From
ni, --:- L, (%, 4,2) + IiL2 (*21 *1), in. = L2 (1,1, ipj) (7-9)
rrt,2 = (I -LIt) L, (ij,-, - qj) = (I - it) L2 Oh, - 12)
uhich is the Sofre Germain's formula, for the case when a mit
will :.,gnitudes of order 1 neglected, the following approxima-
te equations are obtained
ql_ = 0
L, '2:;12) + L2 (5120 51 - '12) + -V, (8.1)
-L! = 0
'1512) + L, 0121 '52- - (31) -P 2h
.2 0 + it) Gj- 3 G + IL)
ar(i 6/7 C )+ 2Ijj-- q. = 0 (8.2)
VI h R, 1,
2 6140
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Basic equations of the general ... D208/D304
L, (in I, 2ni,3) + L3 (ni,2, nil - m,) L, (nil + m2, 0) @- 0
(8-3)
113 (Ml + "121 0)
L2 (tn2, 2nil,l) + L, (/11121 "L3 - MI) - + It
2 +,3. - Pit)
Tj ) -1 - "11 - 1'"' 2+M., + 1 + 11 ILI (ql, Q + L2 (q2, qj) 0 (8-4)
11th Rlh 21,
here are 5 Soviet-bloc referencee.
SUBMITTED: March 14t 1961
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KHACHATURYAN, T.T. (Yerevan)
Fundamental equations of the general theory of thin elastic shells
under stress. Prikl. mat. i makh. 25 no.3:536-542 My-Je 161.
(MM 14:7)
(Elastic plates and shells) (Strains and stresses)
ACCESSION WRs AP4010,022
AUTHORt Rhachaturyano To To
TITLEt Theory of flexure and stress of thick plates
3/0022./63/016/006/oUa/0061
SOURCEs AN ArnSSR* Isveatiyat Sero fize-mateme naukp vo 16, no. 6j 19631 41-61
TOPIC TAGS: flexure theoryp thick plate., normal stressp biharmonic function,
axisymmetric deformations circular plates Lame equation; Kirchoff boundary
conditions, Poisaon boundary conditions
ABSTRAM The author extend3 previous work on solving the problem of a thick plate
under normal loads q, and q2 applied to its face.pl.aness
0 for z 4- h
Wo q 'C:F4 =0 for z=-h.
JLj fttb-d@
Using the symboi A14j--rating the equations of elasticity theory#
previous authors have reduced the solution of the problem of stress and flexure of
an unbounded layer to integration of the following two equationst
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2/1 = (for stress
dt 1: 4G
2hd
�n 2@d d24)
2hd 4Gh
!where F and are functions of the x8y coordinate@,
d
ds d? + d3l wX 00
I Wy
:@For the problem of a thick plate with face conditions (1) A. 1. Lurlye recommends
using particular solutions of equations (2) and (3) and general solutions in the
fom necessitated by the fom of.the chosen biharmonie functions., making it possi-
ble to satisfy the boundary conditions on the lateral surface of the plate, Ve Z,
Vlasov recommends using# as the complete solution. of the plate problemt the sum of
@the particular'and the general solution of the same equation (2) (for stress) or
3) (for flexure)* The author shows that with the help of only the functions F and
he can solve a cisrtain class of problems (for example, the problem of axisymmetric
eformation of a circular plate). He further shows that the integrals of the Lame
equations satisfy1mg the fM nditions (1) can be expressed in terms of four
functions F(x Y)j fj0(x1Y)0tT(x,y) which are the general solutions of
equations (2):Y13Vaxd# the f owing o equations
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d sin fidl0 cos hd? 0.
On the basis of Wo (3) and (5) the author gives variants of concrete approximate
theory of flexure and stress of plates in which,. by approprieate choice of the
functions F,, f, t, and f,, the modified boundary conditions on the lateral surface
of the plate are satisfied. He studies in detail the variants of the approximate
theories of flexure of plates with Kirchoff and Poisson boundary conditionst giving
comparison of these with the variants of other authors. Orig. art. hass 2 tables
and 93 formulas.
ASSOCIATICHt Yerevanskiy politakhnicheskiy institut (Yerevan Polytechnical
Institute)
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Export deliveries of Armenia. [witb Rogliab summary in
appendix]. Vneah.torg. 30 no-11:32-35 '60. (MIRL 13M)
(Armenia--foreign economic relations)
Orr=nent4l propt3rfleo of nstvral building mater`i' -z-,(. 11', AR Arm.
SSR.3ar.tf@kh. rw-Ltk .18 no.4265,-67 165. (MIRA 18,1)
U.-J,:;A'Chemistry - Syste-izi, Dir-iry A P, " 7
Uemistry - Hperldlre
Ili hysico-chemical Analysis of' the J.-,-stem: dater-Iliperi-line, 11 L. Ya.
N. AL. TrIfonov, V. it. Khachatiw'y.--in, 6 pp
"Zhur Fiz ?@Jiimll Vol XX1, ;io /+
Gives :x,.-)r-rL.-,enta1 daLa illustrUAed with t-'IbIeS -:7trid : raphs. lt L-@ cDriciuded,
amoric c"61er th", thc.rc-j,h study of the syote.,a iridicatuo.,; -, 'or.:atirn of
d4;: ;,rjr_tef iperidine G Kl(-;1 1. 2:12(,, in a d-*.,sjcc-*--@,'J:--
PA 14T97
V. 11.
USSU/Physical Chemistrf
Iliperidine
1 May 1947
"Ph,ysical Ghemical Analysis of the System of 4ater Pip--ridine," B. Ya. Teyetlfbaumj,
N. A. Trifonav, V. it. Khachaturlyan, 4 pp
I'Dok Akad Nauk U65ii Nov Ser" Vol LVI, No 4
PA 1T 87
ABS,K'LYAYiO'V', 1. F., 1.
r1and. veter. nauk-; N.',9NC--V, q.A., aspirant; KAACFATURYAN,
@u.S., starshiy nauchrfy-
y sotradnik
Hemolytic jaundice in Karakul sheep. Voterinariia 42
no.23t66-68 X 165, (MIRA 19SI)
Is Uzbokoltly nauchno-isalsWovatel'okiy vetorinarn@y inst[tut
i Vsesoy-Liznyy nauchno-issledovatolli3kiy institut karakulevodstva,
The auditory parameters of radio rjNrat,,rs, their trainirg &.nr_ tLef r
P. 45 rz tr-;@: i or,
Voyenno Yeditsinskiy Zhurnal, No. 3, 1962
Xccki,-t@ P-7 0-0-2-6) 8 3- Of 0- -U, ki-C-0--ft, UR/02117/6C/-O~1-6/006/0974/098-3-
AUTHOR: Popov, V.A.; Simonovft-P.V.; Tishchenko, A.G.; Frolov, M.V.;
Kh a'ch at ur'y ant aL.S.
.ORG: none
TITLE: AnalyAis of the intonational characteristics of speech as an
index of emotional state in humans under spaceflight'conditions
GOURCEt Zhurnal vynahoy nervnoy dayatallnonti, v. 16, no. 6, 1966,
974-983
.@TOPIC TAGS: r;anned..space flight biotelemetry, bioastronautics,
psychologic stress,''speech analysis, emotional tension, emotion, space
psychology, human engineering, speech spectrum:PZz&ZZE@
ABSTRACT :'-A *method is described'for analyzing the spectral characteristics of
,speech@ (frequency, intensity of articulatory components) wbich can serve
as a r'
,eliable'index of emotional state. Inc-7eased emotion7al-tension is
accompanied by increases in articulatory frequency F and signal intensity-
A- .' 'Monitoring
A, 1. 6. 11' b@' an-increadii ih'-the momeint of 'arftc-ulaftori'MF.F
of sympathetic indices (pulse, respiration, etc.).-concurrently with the
parameter MF provides a more reliable evaluation of operator state and
permits differentiation of physical'from emotional tension. Human
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.emotions modeled by Stanislaw'ski-method-actors we're used to check the
speech @ntonation analysis method. Considerable changes in the ictors'
heart rpythms during these tests attest to the presence of genuine
emoti0 The method described was used for actual determination of A. A.
Leonov' emo tional state during his EVA on the Voskhod-2 flight. The
cosmonlat's physical strain was successfully differentiated from emotional
tension'. A graph is given comparing results obtained for a) the speech
characteristic MF, and b) pulse rate at various stages of 1) actual fligh;,
and 2) thermal pressure chamber rehearsals. Computer analysis will per--
mit more exact correlation of the spectral characteristics of speech
.sounds with various dwees of positive and ne ative emotions.
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AUTHOR: KhachaturlyaA
ORG: None
TITLE: Prediction and probability as an indicator of man's operational efficiency
SOURCE: Sistema chelovek I avtomat (Man-automaton systems). Moscow, Izd-vo Nauka,
1965, 235-240
TOPIC TAGS: blonics, man machine communication, psychology, information theory
A
B
STRACT: The author studies operational efficiency of man under the effect of various
noises, as well as reactions of man-operators to two different activities and the effect on
this system of extreme factors. The first program consisted of presenting two light
signals (white-green) to the subjects In a rigid sequence. Each signal was extinguished by
Its own switch. The second program consisted of the same light signals but in a different
sequence. Each subject received 300 signals. In the first program the pzobabllity of both
alternative signals was the same and they carried two binary units of information each,
but in the second the probability of the signals wasdifferent. The probability of'the appear-
ance of the white signal was 0. 4 and the green 0. 6. Consequently the quantity of Informa-
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AUTHOR: Belyayev, P. I.; Leonov, A. A.; f2pov V,.A,,; Khachaturlyants, L.
Filosofov, V. K.
ORG: none
TITLE: Some dynnmic characteristics of the operator when tracking under Voskhod-2
spaceflight conditions
SOURCE: Kosmicheskiye issledovaniya, v. 4, no. 1, 1966, 137-143
TOPIC TAGS: man machine factor, psychopliysiology/Voskhod 2
ABSTRACT: The study was designed to determine the effects of the entire complex of
physical and gsychophysio@ogical factors2bf spaceflight on the Voskhod-2 crew. Four
situations were considered: 1) TrainYgunder normal conditions; 2) activity in a
spacecraft mockup; 3) activity on the launch date; 4) activity during the actual
spaceflight. The reaction of Belyayev and Leonov to visual tracking regimens of
various frequencies was ronitored and the data was statistically processed by a
computer. The mode of recording tracking activityt shown in Fig. 1. Using this
system, it was possible to study the following operator characteristics: 1) the
amplitude-frequency characteristic; 2) phase-frequency characteristic; 3) auto-
correlation function; 4) cross-correlation function; 5) transition function and
some other characteristics. The studies shoved that the dynamic characteristics of
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9M
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6
7@P f", @.O
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Y
Fig. 1. Functional diagram of a tracking activity recorder
1 - Indicator; 2 - operator; 3 - object.
the Voskhod-2 crew did not undergo, any drastic changes under the influence of the
spaceflight. Even the 10 min EVA activity did not alter operator characteristics.
There was also no signifiemit change in operator reaction time. The data suggested
that the duration . of reliable work, which in the present study was maintained for
nearly 13 min, is not altered. However, the study did show that operator activity
concerned with incoming signals (frequency greater than 0.5 cps) was the most
susceptible to spaceflight factors. It is felt that future, prolonged spaceflighta
will reveal how the stability of the cosmonaut who is acting as a vital link in a
control system will change with respect to time, mission characteristics, and con-
ditions. Orig. sit, has: 6 figures and 1 table. ICDI
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q;
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VACRA'rjmyAHTS' S.A., .5:5-6
- I ' @ . @ 11 nforced conerstO 'bridge piles. Avt. dor. 21 no (HIU 11:6)
precast rei
my 158 Concrete) (Pile driving)
5ridgest
ULCHATURYANTS, S.A., kandidat takhnicheakikh nauk.
Using water jet piles in bridge construction. Avt.dor. 19 no.9:
6-7 3 156. (mak 9; 11)
(Piling (Civil engineering))
KHACHATURYANTS, S.S.
Simplified means of interpreting hodographs of reflected waves.
Prikl. geofix. no.360,01-117 '163* (MIRA 160)
(Seismic prospecting)
ANDRUW, A.B.; ARTONOV, A.I.; ARAPOV, P.P.. BABMASR. A.I.. BEDNTAKOVA'
A.B.; BEEN. G.S.; BEWNWICH. V,V.; ARRNSHME. S.A.; BITMSKOV,
V.I.; BLTUKWMG. T.T.; BONCH-BRUMICH, M.D.; BOIRMOTOV. A.D.;
BULGAKOV. N.Io; VICKSLER. B.A.; GAVRIIMIKO. I.Y.; GNNWM. TeoS..
(deceased]: GIRLIVANOT, N.A., [deceasedl; GIBSKMAN. TooTe.;
GOLDOVSKIT.Ta.M.: GORBUNOV. P.P.o. GOICAMV, F.A.; GRINBICRG, BoGof
GIUUNXR. V.So; DAllOVSKIT, N.Y.; DZ37ULISKIT. V.H., [deceased];
MWOM3P.G.: MIES. S.G.: DITACHIM. P.F.-, BTURINHAUX. N.S.,
[decease ; TEOORCHMMO. B.F. [dece&xedl; T31LOYASHKNVICH. S.A.;
ZHIUMOV, L.P.; ZATMISKIT. A.So: ZAVELISKIT, Y.S.; IVAKOVEKIT.
S.R.; ITKIN, Iolf.; KAZHDAN, A.Ta.; KAZRINSKIT, B.B.; KAPLINSKIT, S.Vo:
KASATKIN, F.S.; KATSAUROV, I.N.; KITATGORODSKIT. I.I.; KOL39SNIXOT,
I.F.: KOLOSOV. V.A.: KOHARDT, N.S.; KOTOV, B.I.-. LINDS. T.T.;
LIBICIllff. H.V.; LITITSKIT. N.I.; LOXSHIN. Ta.Yu-. LUTTSAU. T.K.;
MANN)WERGER, A.A.: MIKHATLOV. V.A.: MIKWLOT, N.M.; MMYIY]ff, IoM.;
WDELIMAN, G.A.; PAYLTSHKOV. L.S.; POLUTANOT, V.A..- POLTAKOV. Te.S.;
POPOV. V.V.; POPOV, N.I.; RAKHLIN, I.Te.. RZHXYSKIT. T.T.; ROZ101MG,
G.V.; RDZSNTFXM, B.A.; ROKOTrAN, TeoS.; RUKAYISHNIKOV, V.I.;
RUTOTSKTT,. B.N. [deceased3; Erna. P.m.; SHIRROV. A.P.; STXPANOT. G.Tu.
SUIPANOV, Tu.A.; TARASOV. L.Ta.; TOKARIT, L.I.: USPASSKIT. P.P.;
YJIDOROV, A.V.; FW, N.N.; FRUM'. N.Z.; UlffFILTS. S.Ta.; KHWPIN,
H.I.; KHODOT, V.V.; SHAMSHUR, V.I.; SWIRO, A.Te.; SHATSOV, N.I.;
SHISHKINA, N.H.; SHOR, I.R.; SHPICHXKRTSKrY. Te.S.; SEMNK. BoN.;
SHTKRLING. S.Z.: SIAIM. L.R.1 SHUMOALITIR. L. Tao; JRVAYS, A.T.;
(Continued on next card)
ANDRWHY. A.B. (continued) .... Card 2.
TAKOVLET, A.T.; ANDUM, , Te.S., retnansent, redaktor; B Z-
GIN,B.M., rateenzent, redaktor; BEMIAN, L.D., retsement, redaktor:
BOLTINSKIT' T.N., retsenzant, radaktor; BONCH-BRUTEVICH. Y.L.,
reteenzent: redaktor; VELTM, M.A., retsenzent, redaktor-, VINOQRkWV,
A.V., rateenzent, redaktor; GUMTSOV, H.T.. retsenzent, redaktor;
DZGTTARff, I.L., rateenzent, redaktor; DEMIYAMM, F.S., rateenzent;
redaktor- DOBROSMYSIOV, I.N., retsentent, radaktor; YXLUCHIK. G.M.
retsenze;t, redkto-r;ZEIHMCHKIN, D.N., retsenzent, redaktom:
SHUROCHWO, A.N.,- reteenzent, redaktor; ZWDLTW, G.A..o retsenzAnt,
redaktor; KAPLUNOV, R.P., retsenzent, redaktor; KUSAKOV, M.M.,
retsensent,*redaktor; LEVINSON, L.Te., [deceased] retsenzent, redaktor;
ULOV. N.N., reteenzent, redaktor; MAY&S, V.A. retsenzent, redaktor;
MEMITSYN, I.I., retsenzent, redaktor; MIKHAYLOY, S.M., retsenzent;
redaktor; OLIVETSKIY. B.A., retsenzent. redaktor; PAVWV, B.A.,
retsenzent, redaktor; PANYUKOV, N.P..reteenzent, redaktor; PLAKSIN,
I.N., reteensent, redaktor; RAKOV, K.A. retsenzent, redaktor;
RZHAVINSKIT, V.V., retsenzent, redaktor! RIUBIMG, A.M., reteenzent;
redaktor; ROGOVIN. N. Ye., retsenzent. redaktor; RUDE=, K.G.,
rateentent, redaktor; RUTOVSKIY, B.N., [deceased) retsenzent,
redaktor; IffZHOT, F.ji., retsenzent, redaktor; SANDOMIRSKIY. T.B..
retsenzent, redaktor; SKRAKTAYRV, B.G., retsenzent, redaktor;
SONOV. V.S., retsensant, redaktor; SOKOWV, N.S., retsenzent,
rodaktor; SPIVAKOVSKIT, A.O., retsentent, redaktor; STRAMUTOY, A.Te.,
retsenzent, redaktor; STRIUMS111Y, U.S., retsenzent, redaktor;
(Continued on next card)
ANDREYEV, A.V.,(continued) .... Card 3.
TRETIYAKOT, A.P.. reteenzent, redaktor; 7AYMMN, Te.M.. reteenzent,
redaktor; KHACHATTROV. T.S.. retsenzent, redaktor; CHERNOV. H.V.,
retsen%ent-,-I%M"YT.-3MWIN, A.P., rettenzent, redaktor; SHRSTO-
PAL, T.M.. retsenzent. redaktor; SHSSHKO, Ye.F., retserment. redaktor;
SHCHAPOV, N.M., retsenzent. redaktor; TAKOBSON, M.O., retsenzent,
redaktor; ST3WANOV. Tu.A. Professor, redaktor; PIMITANYUK, F.S.,
profassor,,redaktor: ZMAMSKIT. A.A., inzhener, redaktor:PLiLKSIN.
I.M., redaktor; MMVSKIY. B.N. [deceased] doktor khImicheskikh nauk,
professor, redaktor; SHUKHGALITER, L. Ta, kandidat tekhnicheakikh
nauk, dotsent, redaktor;BRESTINA, B.S., redaktor; ZaMSKIY, A.A.,
redaktor. (Continued on next card)
ANDFJff]IW. A.T. (continued) .... Card 4.
[Concise polytecbnical dictionary] Kratkii politakhnichaskii
sloyarl. RedaktsionrWi sovet; IU.A.Stapanov i dr. Moskva Goo.
izd-vo takhniko-teoret. lit-ry, 1955. 1136 p. (ML-RA 8:125
1. Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Plaksin)
(Technology-Dictionaries)
KRACHAT, Fedor
Perstaten people. Sor.mor. 17 no.18:10-12 S 157. (MIRA lo:ll)
(11stonia-World War, 1939-1945--Personnl narratives)
KRACHAY, Fedor
Submarine Shch-11. Veen. snan. 34 no.9:10-13 -S 058. Oagk IWO
(Submarine warfare)
GUSALOV, Kh.P.; KHACHFTLOV, R.M.
Mechanized saturation Irrigation along long 3trips. Gidr. I z?l.
17 no.2t4-8 F 165, (MIRA !8:5)
1. Kabardino-Babcarskaya sel'skokhozynystvennayn Ppytnaya stAntniya.
KMNSTSOV, K.N., Inzh. (Omsk); MCIIEVSKIY, B.I., inzh.(Omek); KHLOMENOK,
N.D. (Omsk)
What experience has shown in the adoption of electric traction on the
Omsk railroad. Zhel. der. transp. 40 no-5:66-72 my- '58. (min 11:6)
l.Glavuyy inzhener sluzhby dvizheniya Omskoy dorogi (for Kuznetsov).
2.Nachaltnik sluzhb7 dvizheniya Omsk07 dorogi (for Xhachevskiy).
3.Zamestitel' nachalinika planovo-ekonomichookogo ot-tela. Omskoy dorogi
(for Khlomenol).
(Zlectric railroads--Management)
KHACHIDZE, A.R., otv. za vypusk; SHTSFAK, D.Te., takhn.red.
[National eaonomy of the Georgian S.S.R.; statistical handbook)
Harodnoe khozieiutvo Gruzinskol SSR; statistichaskii abornik.
Tbilisi, Statizdat, 1959. 357 P. (MIRA 12:9)
1. Georgia (Transcaucasia) Statistichaskoys, upravleniye.
(Georgia-Statistics)
TI)L:,,, V. hLACHIDT-7F, 0. T.
2. U-'!SR (6GO)
4. Grapes - Analysis
7. 3cy--eLronhotometric methol for determidning colo:-Ing t _n -7 a an
@cr r oas d
wine (in Georgian -dth itassian su=-.dry), 0. Kracidcke, Trudy
0
lnst.vin.AN @'Jruz.@ISP 1., 1951.
9. Monthly.List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, iiFRIL -1953, Unclassified.
a. V. OwmMidso
the, tbmp!e phaockc. cadhod for'
t deta. ce the idming tutictzn-cts in Lmpm =d winC3.
Hict (1) aid ealn (ft), Is preseatod. A uriveml phot=.
ew of the t 'ype I'M" fifter No. 3, 14-n. and & terics of
50% EtOH sotax. of I to a stiadjud am tued. For the
detin. of the total amt. of t _(A) to wine, tmiftr 1-22 mi.
of the win-, dtimendlog cc too amt. of the cak1bg sub-
CUAM P".nt, Into a. 60-ml. volumctrtc &uk, add I mi. of
259co HIS04 pH 14-1A) &ad this n=tsuy amt. of 9617,,
St H to mtile 00 mi. of the 5073 ZtOlf 6oln.; take 10 mi.
ofthe"tn.forthephctoel".nmavirment. R,r--ov-.OA,
it ptuent, fwm the sample by evapa. ot the liquid Ionof,
tht wine before the dittri. FGr the tep. deta. 7111ran4l a
tmader 6-23 mi. of the winti to anothex 50-ml. volumetric
duk, add I mt. 26% H.SO, and dIstd. water to fill the ffa@*
to the mak; take 23 mi. of the toln. Into a &eparatory fun-
ad coatc. 23 mt. of amyl alc@, thake the coatcnti vig=,utly,
anddet.freel(B)ta the Rmyl a1c. la@-,r. Sinc-theopwl-al
sbtorbazce ol I In amyl 04@. ii ilightly lo%cr t%an in 5070
EtOH, multiply the AnxI re-ults by the cr4Tection fictor
1,08. The amt. of It In wine Is then decd. as follows: If -
(A - D) X 1.44. For the dew. of the coloring substarces
In grapes oc [mother plant raoiterLUs, tik*e I C. of the material
to be vanallrx-d. grind It In ii mortar %,ith wTne quzutz
wtad Wed, ext. thc sl=ry with 0.517t, 11,SO4, filter the ext.
thmgh it tius rflter into a 2,10-ail. volumetric Paik, take
an aliquot of the soin.9 adill to it 0655 EtOff to mike the
final EtOll ecrcn. of 50% (.11 1.2-1.4). and mcuute the
wict intensity of the soln. as Ufore. Wtvin the sample
contains 2-20 mg. of I the accu-acy of the methDd
ant'lled b-
I. h 1 :1:370 ercur. Leucollofuis of the col 4 so
olm I
litsucel U Wine are not (ICtd, bY thil 111COOKI. It i,, It nied
thAt the met" 6 supinior to that oi Korotk,.@irh I C-A. 49.
12744 and of Vil'y:uni and, T,rmwa% C A 414, 127G-
-:,jjj
ja ;'3-I.ancr_,3 1-n
I at
'e 35 in ;@.ri,!
-h!?", -4 1.,21. OL, Lti.,101'
Janm,, r ::,,3t Alini, IM
30 o .2@ , le) j Lin 55
For De7,rce of Doctor of Biological Sciences
DURMISHIMI, S.V.; KMOHIDZI, O.T.
Mosynthesis of amino acids in the roots of the grape. Soob.AN
Gruz.SBR 24 noo5:533-540 MY l6o. (MIRA 13:8)
1. Biokhimichookaya laboratoriya Inatituts. botaniki Ali GruzSSR,
Tbilisi.
(Grape) (Amino acids)
KBACHIME, Q.T.; "ACHARAVA, A.V.
Quantitative change in nuclelc acids on the grapewine. Soob.
AN Cruz. SSR 14 no.2059-366 Py 164. (r;.,RA l8t2)
KHAGHIDZI, Sh,G., gosudaretvanny7 aanitarW inspektor
Mass destruction of fish in the Kura River. Gig. i san. 21 no.11:
69-70 N 156. (HLRA 10:2)
1. Iz Hiniateretva sdrevookhrananiya Gruzinskoy SSR.
(KM Rlyn--FISHIS) (PMOIS--TOXICOLOGY)
twl
.' i.&Cji TD 'Ely ..
I .- 1, ZjH. Cl.
Y
"On the r,roblem of sanitary protection of rezervcirs in
the Gao@glan S61t.11
report 3ubT!.Itted at the 13th All-Union Congress of Ilygienists, Epider;iologists
and Infectionists, 1@159.
KHACHI kandmedmuk
Development of sanitary protection for natural waters in Georgia.
14g. i sane 25 no, 12:71-74 D 160. (YURA 14:2)
1. Iz Nauchno-issladovaUl!#kogo ixwtituta sanitarii i gigiyony
Ministerstva w1ravookhraneniya Gruzinskoy SSR.
(GEORGIA-WATER-POWTION)
XHACHIDZE,,--@H G. Doc MED SCI "PROBLEM OF THE SANITARY
I . - . I --- -�-L- I
-tj-o@
PROTECTION OF THE RESERVOIRS OFtGEORGIAN SSR*" TBILISI,
1961. (TBILISI STATE MED INST). (KL-OV, 11-61, 226).
-232-
KHLCHIDZE, Sh.G., kao.med.muk
.pitary protection of water reservoirs
Current status of the so
IS-the Georgian Republie and im, diate tasks. Gig. i san. 26
no. 7:114,-.U6 Jl 161. (MM 15:6)
1. Iz Nauchno-isslai@vatellskogo instituts, sanitarii i
gigiyany Hinisterstya zdravookbraneniya Gruzinskoy SSR.
ICKORGIL-ATM-POLLUTION)
USM/Cultivated Plants. Fruit Trees. Snall Fruit Vlznts.
,",bs Jour: Ref Zhur-"Iliol-, No -17p 1958., 77671-
i.uthor
II'.st : Ins.Atute of Vineyards and Viticulture All S
Georgia SSR.
Title : Carotene in Various Varieties of Grape Shru1b.
Grij:; Pub: Tr. In-ta vinoCxadarstva i vinodcliya) III GruzSSR,
1956, 9) 211-213'.
,@bstract: It study of the standard Georrian varieties of gwye
showed that up to the start of blossoLdnG there is
no carotene (C) in one of the orGans of the Grape
shrub. C forms in the leaves fron the start of
their formation. In the parts of the Grqj-.-e shrub
above (;round, C is L:rea+.er in the white L;mlie
C.%rd 1/2
150
K.HACHIDZE, V. S., Cand Blo Sci -- "Aldehydes of the aromatic
series and their role in horse-breeding." Tbilisi, Pub House
of Georgian AgriwInst, 1961. Min ':rGSSR. Georgian
of Agr
Order of Labor Red Banner Agr@inst) (Ki, 8-61, 239)
- II I -
L
EBRSF-kYA, A., apparatcbitsa; OORBORUKOT. A.; VARIMEA, P.1
NORKINA, V.: MAYOROVA, V.', kontroler; ARDMOVICH, V.; MDZHEVITIMY, V.,
pensioner, yuriskonsullt. obohcbestvannik
Interview with our reporter. Sov.profsoiuzy 7 no.2:40-44. 48-49. 51-55
1, Novo-Kubanskly oakbarnyy zavod (for Krupskaya). 2. Predeedatell
komiteta profsoyuza Apaberonakogo avtoremontnogo smoda(for Gorborukov).
3. Direktor Kubanskogo se1'skokhozyay6tvenn'ogo instituta (for Varukba).
4o Chlnfi profsoy-uznogo posta po kontrolyu za stroitollstvom zhilogo doma
(for Norkina). 5. Cblen Starominak-ogo raykona profonyuzu moditsinsklkb
rabotnikov (for Khachiklyan). 6. Zavodskaya izmeritellnaya laboratoriya.
Predsodatell kominsil obabcbe9tvannogo kontrol7u za raboto7 Krasnodar-
skogo raypisbchatorga (for 1467orova). 7. Predsodatell kulltkomissil
profsoyuza zavoda lzneritellnykh priborov (for Aronovich).
(Labor and laboring classes)
MCHIKITANI A,S6-
Role of rural medical personnel in the organization of public services
and the raising of public health consCioanness. Zdrav.Ros.Fed. 3
no.10:18-21 0 159. (MIRA 13:1)
1. Zaveduyushchly otdelom zdravookhraneniya Staro-Minskogo rayous.
Txasnodarokogo kraya.
(STARO-MINSKIY DISTRICT--PUBLIC HEALTH)
BACHIPYAN, A.S.
Rural physicians for field workers. Zdrav. Ros. Feder. 5 no.7:
29-31 Jl 161. MRA 14:7)
1. Zaveduyushchiy Staro-Minskim-rayzdravotdelom Krasnodarskogo
kraya. (STARO-MINSKIY DISTRICT-MICAL CAILE)
GOLOVCH121KOp I.A.1 YELINSONp I.I., starshiy nauchW Botrudnik; KHACHIKYAN, E.D.,
starshiy inzhenor
Overhead crane oquipment for trolley pole setting developed by the
Central Scientific Research Institute of Construction. Transp.stroi.
11 no.3-.16-19 Itr 161e (MIRA 14:3)
1., Glavn@ry inzhenor Yuzhtranostroya (for Golovchenko).
(Cranesp'derriokissetes-Equipment and supplies)
(Electric lines-Poles)
L
t
KHLGHIKIYAN. A.S.
Participation of the population in the struggle for sapitation
in populated areas. Zdrav.Ros.Feder. 7 no.3:29-32 Mr 163.
(MIRA 1683)
1. Zave@uyushebiy otdolori zdravookhraneniya Saro-Minakogo rayons,
Krasnodarskogo kraya.
(Fumar. mAiTH)
KHACHIV-AN,B.ye.
PoIaVlzed light of the Crab nebula. Dokl.AN Arm.SSR 21 na.Z:
63-68 '55. (Nebulae) (Polarization (Light)) (MIRA 8:12)
K"CHIKYA.N, k;.A. Can dPhya-Aath Sci (diss) " Iolarhietric and
colorimetric analysin of nebulae". Yerevan,1956. 11 pp.20=1.
AA!@)
(Leningrad Order of Lenin State Univ in-l)ZhdEuiov. Byurakan
@tstrophys ObservatoryAcad Sci ArSSR). 150 copies (Kl, 9-57, 100)