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3889-66 iACCESSION NR: AP5017488 !monochromator, the output,from which was measured with a thermocouple.~ :The temperature of the tungsten ribbon was determined by measuring .. . 11 the ratio of the brightneDs at the given .temperature to the,brigbtnesd .(x-point).- it was found that- at the characteristic wavelength X. Y is 0-333 int. It is con- !?~x 1.24 p and the emissivit at the x-po eluded from the 'results., that. 'the emissivity of tungsten does not obey ~the Hagen Rube lation in the infrared region. "The authors*%" )thank M. M . 024b for-reviewing the manuscripts, A. X. Pavlyukov- ~for preparl-n -tK-Wngsten,emitter and help with the measurements., g f1k f and A. I. Asta or help with the wasurements.! Orig. art. has: ;2 figures,- S ror=mu as,~:and,'4 tables. iASSOCIATION: None MmTTED: -ioNoV64-:~; ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: 0 P :NR REF SOV; ~012 OTHER:,012 ,VU 2/2 L 214o5-66 (1) /T nnh ACC NRs AF6014013 AUTHORs SukhoyA, M. 11,; ZygzaeXI, 50URG?; GODS: i. Y,Li-jasrdic, yu, Totorovs T. U.; Bolotov-a T. A Kholodova, G Awo A - It.; : 'i~,! S oldina, r,. SCo-rozhoya. Yo,_W---broFoEn1W, M.; Ho= grariMOYA.- unov, V. B I. -UQAQ1wLAk&U- V, K.; 3 -A. H..; Biralo, T. I,i yullaww_ L- 11- ORGt Contral S2iontiLLo Resaarch n4s4nfnr-+4nn Tn-fjbj+~ Manc (Tsontraltvyy nauc issladovatollskly dozinfektsionnyy institut)~ ltrtishchi City Sanitary Epiderzioloricall -.2&tjw6 Mytishchi (Yqtishchitsskaya gorodskaya sanitarno-opidordologirhoskaya stante- iya); Tashkont Cibr San Tashkont (Tashkontskaya Corod- skaya sanitarno-opidomiologicheakaya stantsiya); Tashkont Citv Diii AUMI&AWA,. Tashkont (Tashkentskaya gorodrkaya dazinfektaiannaya"stantsiya tion Statign- PEI k (Hinakays gorodskaya dozinfoictsionnaya stantslya); jk& CA+V Sanitary EgiderdoloQ-1 R+,M~n- Brest (Drestskaya gorodskaya sanitarno-olidemiolo- aichaskaya st&ntsVa); Brest Oblast Sanitary EDiderdological Station (Brostskaya oblastnaya sanitarno-spidewdologi~hoakaya stantsiya) TITWi Sensitivity of the house fly population to chlorophos. trichloromtaphon-3. DDT. hexachlorocyclahwume and polychloropinens after many years of application of these insecticides SOURCEZ Zhurnfl nikrabiologii. epidemiologii i immunobiologii, no. 8. 1965. 7-14 TOPIC TAGS: entomology, insecticide, organic Phosphorus compound. chlorinated organic compound Z- L Pqr~-J/3- UDCs 6l4!37;61jftnVz!j7if576,tB93,.~~ L 23405-66 ACC NRs AP6014013 ABSTRACT: The sensitivity of flies to ja29S,"gjdr~Lwas atudied in a number *or cities. Testa were carried out on female flies by applying an aceto'no solution of the insecticide to the back and determining the LD50, At Minsk and Brest, where sprinkling of walls with a 2-3% aqueous solution of chlorophoi was applied for 7 and 6 years, respectively, increased tolerance of flies to this insecticide was observed. At I;ytiahchi, where chloroph03 baits were used, particularly in the form of mixtures containinp armonium carbonate, the .sensitivity or flies to this insecticide remained undiminished. No increase in the tolerance of southern house flies (Husca dome'stica vicina Ffacg.) to chlorophos after application of this insecticide in Tashkent for 4-5 years was cb3e~ved- Use of trichlorometaphoo as a larvicide reduced the sensitivity Of flies to this insecticide to a small extent in Hytishchi, Minsk, and Brc3t9 but not to a degree which could be regarded as an increase in tolerance (de- fined as a decrease of sensitivity by a factor of 2-4). The sensitivity of flies too trichlorophos was unaffected after use of this insecticide in Tash- kent. Flies at Minsk and Brest which had developed a tolerance to chlorophof also showed an increased resistance to DDT and hexachloroeTclohexans (this increase in resistance also developed to a minor extent at ttytishchi). How -ever, the increase in the resistance to hexachlorocythwtane was presumably not related to the use of szcmz ju due to the appli- cation of polychloropinene in theis lo ties. 3xistence of a relation between increased resistance to DDT and tolerance to chlorophon was more likely. Southern flies in Tashkentp w0hich retained sensitivity " chloraphoo to the full'extent, did nob oddbit an beresse In the resistence ta._M)T~_ Aftei a L 23405-66 f -A cc N k, * -060 Ad 13 6 to 7 year discontinuance of the use' of chlorinated iWdrocarbons in Tashkent# a moderate tolerance to Da that w&3 an the. initial level remained. while.the resistance to hexxchl~rccycfilohexans decreased by & factor of three- The nost evedlent, methods for the wttorwination of flies are used of chlorophoe sawnium carbonate Wta to exWrninate imago and application of larvicides, specifically those containing trichlorometaphos - 3 in optima d0fal, 90 that, I devel psent 9f tolerance wlUlbe prevented. orige art* hast 4 figures and z tables. Li 30 CMM 06. 07 SM DATEI 24Sep65 (RIG RqFi 004 OrA PSFj 004 MUSSER) O.V.; VALAMHANOVICH, A.I.; P~~AG.V~. Enriching the medium for the biosynthesis of streptomycin. Trudy LenAhim.4armAnst. noXtU7-120~!62, : . (MIRA 15:11) 1. Kafedra tekhnologii antibiotikov (zav. - prof. P.A.Yakimov) Leningradskogo khimiko-farmatsevticheakogo instituta i Minskiy zavod meditsinskikh preparatov (dir. ll.G.Semizhon). (STREPTOMYCIN) (BACTERIOLOGY-CULTURES AND CULTURE MEDIA) JKRUSSEF'. ar.; YAKINOV, P.A.; VALAJXMVlQH,AJl-~ KHOWDOVP G.V,;-BASHXkBO.VAA.A. str tomwain'ln .wliiedlu*Vltl-fen~ bomai 33 .162.1 (MIRA 15:11) 1. Kafedra tekhnologii antibiotikov (zav. prof. P.A.Yakimov) Leningradskogo khimiko-farmatsevticheakogo instituta i Minskiy zavod meditsinskikh preparatov (dir. N.G.Semizhon). (STREPMMrCIN) (BACTERIOLOGY-CULTURES AND CULTURE MEDIA) XHOLODOVA, T. Wandering grain plants. Mn.tekh. no.6:30-32 Je 157, (MMA 10:7) (Combines .0gricultural machinery)) ZRAGGAR, K.B.; KHOLODOVAI M.I. Ghemical 6omposition of ice on the Voronezh River. Gidrokhim. mat.32:25- 30 '61. (MIRA 14:6) 1. Kafedra neorganicheskoy i analiticheskoy khimii Voroneshakogo zootekhnicheeko-veterinarnogo instituta Ministerstva sellskogo khozyaystva RSFSR. (Voronezh River-Ice on rivers, lakes, etc.) (Water-Composition) PROKOFIYW, A.A.;, KHOLODOVA, V.F. Water content and ripening of seeds. Fiziol.rast. 6 no.2:190-196 Mr-Ap 159. (9MA 12:5-) 1. K.A.TIxiryazev,In'stItut9 of Plant Physiology, U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences Moscow. tSeed production) KHOIDEW,!A V. P. tl-l -.- --.- Proteins of poppy seeds and their physJologleal functions. Fiziol. rast. 11 no.6;1.038-1046 F-D 164. (RDRA 18:2) 1. Timiriizev Institute of Plant Physiology, U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences) Moscow. KHOLODOVA, V.P. Electrolytic hydrometer for measuring air humidity inside fruits. Fiziol. rest. 8 no./+:512-515 161o (MMA 3,4:11) 1. Timi--iazev Institute of Plant Physiology., U.S.S.R. Academy of Scien"'es. Moacow. (fly-drometer) SAVITSKAYA M.M. M.M.1;jSHOLODOVA. XU.D.; POSTORONKO, A.I.; GRIZODUBI A.P0 [Hryzodub, A,P 01 New coagulating agents for the acceleration of brine purifica- tion in the production of soda. Khim. prom. (Ukr.] no-3:32-35 Jl-S 163. (MIRA 17:8) 1. UkrainBkiy nauchno-Issledovatel'skiy institut fiziolog-li rasteniy (for Savitskaya, Kholodova). 2. Slavyanskim sodovyy kcmbinat (for Postoronko Grizodubl P 'S SAVITSKAY$p M.N.; XWLODOVAP YU.D. - BELETSKAyAo V.Ya. Synthesis of polymeric soil conditioners. Nauch.trudy Ukr.. nauch.-isol.inat.fiziolerast. no.23:200-204 162. (KRA l6s2) (Soil conditioners) (Polymers) ZRAZHEVSKIYP M.N. [Zrashevalkyi, M.N.]; KHOLODOVA# Tu.D. Use of water-soluble ion exchange substances to increase soil fertility. Khim.prom. [Ukr.] no.1:34-36 Ja-Mr .164. OCRA 170) N SAVITSKAYA, M.N.; ]T~I~~VA, u.D. Pol,yacrylamide and its derivatives. Vysokom. soed. 6 no.3:493-498 mrlz~. (MIRA 17--5) 1. Institut fiziologii rastoniy AN UkrSSR. - --------------- ACCESSIOX NRs AP4030368 S/0190/64/006/003/0493/0496 .,AUTHORSt Savitskaya,~.M.' N.j Kholodova, Yuo Do TITLEs Polyacrylamide and its derivatives SOURGEs. Vy*sokomolakuljartV*ye soyedinoniyap v. 6.. no, 3., 1'96h,, 493-490 TPPIO TAGS: polymerj polyacrylamide, sulfomethylation, formaldehyde, sodium sulfite, aminometliylation,, diet hanolaird tie, diethylamine, anionic polyalectrolyte., cationic-anionic polyelectrolyte ABSTRACT- The production of polyelectrolyter, with anionic or cation-anionic groups on the base of polyaci7landde (PAA) was invocutigated. The anionic derivatives were obtained by reacting a 2-110' aqueous solution of PA.A (intrinsic viscosity of 4.6 in 10,'U" NaGl) with hO,~, form-ildehyde and 89.5,9 sodium sulfita, in an equimolar ratio at 50-80C. A temperature of 70C for 120-150 minutes yielded a product with a maximum content of the -30 11 ionogenic Froups. The activation 3 U energy of the process was estimated as 12.3 keal/molo. The cation-anionic derivative of PAA was prepared by a two-step process# the first-, a reaction with Card 1/2 ACCESSIOU URt APhO30368 formaldehyde, resulting in the formation of a methylol derivative of PAA. This is followed by treatment with a secondary amine, such as diethanolamine or diethylamine, at a PH of 10-5 and a temperature of 50-7!~,'. Chemical analysis and infrared spectroscopy of the polyoloctt:olytes showed the presence of amide,, carboxyl, methylol., sulfo- and amino groups in the polymeric chains. Orig. art. has: h tables and 4 formulas. ASSOCIATION'. Institut fiziologii rasteniy AN UkrssR (Institute of Plant Physiology fili UkrSSR) SUBIMTa) i 18Mar63 DkPE ACQ: 07may64 ENCLI 00 SU13:CODEt GC 110 REF SOVt 001 cum: oo4 CoA-2/2 ~. . . . . . . . . . . . . . f L 63034-6-5 . Eff (c) /zw,(n) .2/-k4p, /jfi,j A ACCESSION 11R: AP5013052 UR/0190/65/007/06/&i95/0801 676.01:54+678.744 AUTHORSi Kholodova. Tu. A. 1 41ketova, N, V TITLE: Radiation cross-linkxge of polyalectrolyton based SOURCE: Vysokomole1vj_17arnyye yedineniya, v. 7, no. 5, 1965, 795-801 TOPIC TAGS; do ZLasti radiation po mr-,za-tioni, electrolyte, resin, I polymerizat0i ABSTRACT: Tho purpose of the investigation was to determine, in part.' whether cross-linkage of polyacrylamide derivatives renders them more stable in aqueous aolutions. Several cross-linkage-methods were studieds thermal, interaction writh!'__ ehydn- Lm the presence of acidic catalysts, and the radiat-ion-chemical zath-!'~ 6 It- - was at suitable, yleld~_ 'he ra on-Armdeal-WU 7~ ing waten~insoluble_p6 ~Vhtk~_i exit d ea- 0.- ffor, egr of the latter depended on the radiation-dosage. The polymers investiga 6 --to polyacrylamido (PAA)~ sulfo derivative of pol7acrylamide (SP), amino der of pollyacrylamido (AP), and hydrolyzed polyacrylonitrite,(GPAN). Radiation tive Coc5u sources used were; n- and 'r'-radiationt radioac and fast electrons, Card 1/2 and vith fast electrons. Orig. art. has t3 tables# 3 graphs' and3gormulas. ASSOCTATIONe Institut fizioldgii, All UkrMR Q~~iologlcal rnstitute, Ali. ITIcrSSR)., Fiziko-khimicheskiy institut, L, Ya. Karpo-m kpgi~~uical lusVi--tutoT-~ SUB14ITTED: 23Jun6l+ ENCLI 00 SOY g 005 NO REP 007 Card 2/2 SUBI C;-:DFt Mr GZ 5/19 62/0-0/008/003/013 B124Y313)a AUTHORS: Xholodovsk~~R. S., Gosteva, 0. ~., Zabyrina, K. I., SVrv-a1F-,1N . b-1 -~ ~Kr . o v i c h , V . I . TICKLE-. Development of electroinsulating.impregnating masses containing no solvents. Impregnating masses based on 5H, ON) e.poxy resin PERIODICA: Plasticheskiye massy, no. 8, 1962, 14-16 TEXT: 5N resin was developed at the NIIRK and synthesized experimentally according to VITU-IM-206-60 from epichlorohydrin and the-condensation product of phenol and formaldehyde with HCl as catalyst. It contains up to 25-3(:~-J' phenyl glycidine ether and chemically, it consists mainly of bi-a-glycidine ether of 4,41-dioxy diphenyl methane with a small content of ethers of trinuclear compounds. The resins were intended for impregnatine coils of electric motors working at 130-1550C. Experiments -elith olyalunionhenyl siloxane as/solidifier in amounts of 5% by weight P 0 showed,that the resin set at 150 C in 10-15 min with a weight-loss of less than Commercial polyester acrylates Mrj-9 (MGF-9) and the pilot-plant Card 1/6 S/1 a/ 1/6 2/ooo/cos/r,03/01 3 Development of electroinsulating B124/B138 sample 7-1 developed by I. G. Sumin could be set with the sane solidifier and possibly also without. Tests showed high resistance to heat and good dielectric properties (Table 2), low losses of weight (Table 3), and good binding strength (Table 4) of the impregnating masses developed. There are 2 figures and 4 tables. The English:language reference is:. SPE Journal, No. 1, 36 (1959)- Table 2. Physicochemical and electrical properties of the copolymers ;K Legend: (A) mass, (B) viscosity according to VZ-4, sec, (C) dryin Lime on g copper or tele0hone paper at 1500C, min, (D) setting time in 1 via thick layers at~ 150 OC, min, (E) -aeight loss during setting (after 2 hrs at 1500CA' ~,, (Ii') electric strength, kv/6m**, (G) at 20'C, (H) at 155'C, (J) after 24 hrs in water at 20 C, (K) volume resistivity, ohm-cm, (L) tan6 at 50 cps, (iM) 5N + 5~', solidifier, (N) 7-1 + 511 + 50 solidifier I (P) MGF-9 + 5N + 5~~' solidifier, (R) ' I. N. Prozorova assisted in tests, (S) " the dielectric Dro erties were determined on disks 1 mm thick, hardened for p 4 hrs at 150-1600C in aluminum molds. Card 2/16 S11 91/62/000/006/003/013 Development of electroinsulating B124/B138 Table 3. Loss of weight in aging at 1800C (in 0). Legend: (,.) mass, (B) aging time, hrs, (C) 5N + 5q'* solidifier, (D) .7-1 + 5N + 5,", solidifier, M IMGF-9 +,51-1 + 5~. solidifier, (F) note; the loss of weight was determined on disks thick. Table 4. Change in binding strength of impregnating masses during aging at 1800C. 0 LeGend: (A) mass, (B) test temperaturef C, C binding strength of the maus, k&I (D) in the initial state, (E) after aging, days,~(F) 5N + 5% hardener, (G) 7-1 + 5N + 5V* solidifier, (H) * the binding strength is characterized by the force required to tear out the central part of a wire from a bundle of six copper wires impregnated with the compound' investieated. Card 3/6 s/1 91/62/000/006/003/017/ Development of electroinsulating B124/B138 ) 9.ncKTP"4ecxau nP04110crb. X . ~) l A MI:Oc 06,LCA110C am-cif W Tanrenc YrA2 M- SACXTJ) 21COUIX n0- 55 c c _)-mpb npu 60 al (A) 2. r A A coms u r 5H+5% ouepAxTeAx 60 10 is 1 32 13 31 6-1014 3.101 5.1014 0,003 0,0085 7-1 + 5H + 5% OTMPAirreJU 78 10 is 1-2 27 25 26 1-101' 4-1010 5-1014 0,009 0.01 "e l hIDD-9 + 5H + 5% mep; 36 2 liaca 10 1 27 - 27 8-1013 7-103 3-1013 0,05 0,158 l ( I cyrillin B urnuTamm npumumana yv=ue 14. K 13P03OP02a. k ,,i)" Aus-Pi-cu" c'OACTss OnPeAiiih -y-AVI~mAx 0101,02 1 m. 0IMPAAe"Nx B &MMUNUCEUX 40PUax npH 150-ICG*C a 7"empe nau;ex ucos- Table 2 Ca-rd 4/6 S/191/62/000/008/003/013 Development of electroinsulating ... B724/3138 112; 1" IIPOAOAMMTCAbSOM CIMPUMPI, VICU 24 44 120 240 1 480 720 Table 3 (-)5H + 5% OTRePAIMM 6.7 8.4 1012 12,4 14 1 5 (W-1 + SH + 5% amp- AirreJLq . . . . . . .9 + SEI + (zY'=pA)iTeaR . . 4,5 5,4 6.6 7 7,6 816 9 ,2 . 9 13,5. 17.5 22 24 ~F) npwme-issino. nmpie %cc& onpeAmmw Hs o6pautax a smAe Aucuos Card 5/6 Development of electroinsulatin~ ... S/191/62/000/008/003/013 B1241B138 mewmpyjoutdR mOCO61100m, COCTAM. Kc Temnepary nra. nQcAc "spellitu. CYTKN pa IK c I ItcXOAROM (k) mile. 31'" 10 20 40 90_ Table 4 (F)5H+5% mepAii- 20 36 36 34 17,5 10.4 Tefifi 155 8 15 13,5 10.5 9.7 7-1+5H+5% 20 33 19.6 9 12 7,8 arDePAHTeAs . 155 18.9 It 8 It 9.3 Utucuuppoutas cnoco6nom gap",repsuyelcm yc"Ailem OWPUB31111" IACIIT- iAb"oro oTpema nposmKit iss nruca a mem mumax npoDojioK. nponinsit- "Ora licuu-1yewum COCTAISOM. Card 6/6 5/081/62/000/017/099/102 B177/B186 AUTHOR: Kholodovakaya TITLE Heat rIe-ai atan. org.anic varni.a fl,eld-16r"cliliu `f insulatiori PBRIODIUL: 'Referativnyy zhxirnal-. Khimiya, no. 17, 1962, 559, abstract, 17P196 (in collection: Izolyatsiya'.elektr. mashin. 6* M. 1961, 164- 176) TEXT: A varnish 3Q*-1. (EFK-1) has b6e'n' 'produced for class F electrical insulation (wording temperature 155'). This is-a mixture of adipinic and 2 - 3;; polyorg no~-aliiminium-siloxa-ne resin .Polyester., epoxy resin a 9-39 (K-39). The results' 'of testing the electrical properties of EPK-1 are quoted in comparison with 3,9P (EPR) -Mrnishes (an epoxy polyestpr Varnish, cured by P-6 (R-13).resol.resin) and Elmotherm-40 (based on polyethyle'ne,.terapbtlialate). EPK-1-resemblos Elmotherm-40-varnish in-... quality, and.ensuree moiature-resistancei a-high 1~vel of electrical atreneth and the preservation of,these propertfes' Buring 40 days' aging 0 at 200 . [Abstracter's not.e: Complete translation. Card-. 1/1 KHOLODOVSKAYA,_R.S.; ZABYRINA - I K.I.; SMDLENSKIY, L.S. Electrical insulation properties of lacquers based on condensed fatty acids. Lakokras.mat.i ikh prim. no.1:37-39 162. (WRA 15-4) (Lacquer and lacquering) - (Electric insulators and insulation) (Acidsp Fatty) KHOLODOVSK ; GOSTEVA, O.K.; Z&BYRINA, K.I.; SPIVAK, N.M.; KIRILOVICH, V.I. Development of compositions for the impregnation of electric insulation materials containing no solvent; impregnation com- Vositions with 5N epoxy resin bass. Plast.massy no.8:14-16 62. OURA 15%7) (Electric insulators and insulation) (Epoxy resins) K.I.; SPIVAK, N.M.; Prinimala uchastiya "-- SOBO"-VA, V.G. Synthesis of teraplitbalic polyesters and Lheir use as a base for the pruduction of impregnation lacquers for electric insulation la-tariala. Lakokrasmat. 1 1kh prira. no.3:12-16 163. (MMA 16:9) (Toroplithalic acid) .(Protective coatings) (Electric insulators and insulation) XHOIDDOVSKIY, B.A., insh. Additional disconnecting coils in load spring switch drives. Pmm.energ. 18 no.4&13 Ap 163. (M3FIA 16 84) (Electric switchgear) KHOLCDMSKIY~ B.A. inzh. Control circuit of automatic high-upeed VAB-28 switches. Prom, energe 19 no.12:34 D 164o . WMA 18:3) 77' mg c'!A", "', M54 Ica 861 Bit) p' I't Mal 11, Ow pal bavl~ muldt'sys pod*, 9' do If Irectly to tbeiwye- 0'6W~ IMOLODOVSKIY.lf G. YE,_ USSRAngineering - Steam 1 Mar 50 "Investigating the Effective Pressures of Circulation for High Steam Pressures,," M. A. Styrikovich,, Corr Mom, Acad Sci USSR, G. Ye. Kholodovskiy, Pover Eng Inst imeni Krzhizhanovoklys, Acad Sci USSR. *Dok Ak Nauk SSSRI Vol LXXIp No 19 pp 57-W Investigated dependence of effective circulation preasureq for absolute steam pressures 35 kg/eq cm, and 142 kg/aq cm,, upon speed of circulation and reduced speed of steam. Compares theoretical and experimental values* PA 165T19 KHOLMOVSKIT,09orgly Yey %e menlys7lch; NATVBM, G.A.. redaktor; VORMIN, .,W, , 7f-t;j~- C ., OF&Wfo iidy redaktor. [Physical and chemical processes In heat engineering] fisicho- ekle I khImicheekle pretsemsy v toploonargetnike. Neskya. Gen. energ. Isd-vo, 1955. 143 P. (KLRA 9:5) (H*at engineering) .IGIOLODOVSKIY," G.Ye. vaid STYRIKOVICH, M.A. "Isaledovaniye Poleznykh Naporov Tsirkulyatsii v Parogener1ruyushchikh trubakh pri Vysokikh davleniyakk vodyanogo para," Hydrodynamics and Heat Transfer During Boiling in High Pressure Boilers. U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences TM-cs-cow 1,055, 256pp). A collection of twelve papers describing experimental Mork or the movement of steam and water, the formation of steam and heat transfer in boiler tubes. SOV/124-57-5-5414 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Mekhanika, 1957, Nr 5, p 45 (USSR) AUTHORS: Styrikovich, M. A., Kholodovskiy, G. Ye. TITLE: Investigation of the Effective Circulation-ve ocity Heads in Steam- boiler Pipes at Elevated Water-vapor Pressures (Issledovaniye poleznykh naporov tsirkulyatsii v parogeneriruyushchikh trubakh pri vysokikh davleniyakh vodyanogo para) PERIODICAL: V sb.: Gidrodinamika i teploobmen pri kipenii v kotlakh vyso!~) kogo davleniya. Moscow, AN SSSR, 1955, pp 99-136 ABSTRACT: The authors investigated the effective circulation-velocity heads in an unheated 56-mm-diameter vertical pipe at circulation speeds of from 0.2 to 0.9 m/sec, within a range of steam pressures from 35 kg/cm2 up to the critical pressure. The heat-flow rates and reduced steam-flow rates achieved in the experiments greatly exceeded those encountered in the pipes of even the most powerful present-day natural-circulation boilers. It was found that, as the steam pressure, the circulation speed, and the reduced steam-flow rate increased, head losses due to slippage decreased. Regardless Card 1/2 of the circulation speed, at steam pressures of 182 kg/cm? and above SOV/124-57r5-5414 Investigation of the Effective C irculation- velocity Heads in Steam-boiler (cbnt.) the head losses due to slippage are practically nil, and the actual effective pressure head equals the theoretical value thereof calculated with allowance made for the head losses due to friction. At steam pre'ssure 14? k~JCM2- with a circulation speed of 0.5 m/sec and above, andat steam pressure 113 k8 c M2 with a circulation speed of 0.7 m/sec, no head losses at all due to slipp9W.,were observed. The fact that the head losses due to slippage were found to dec'r-ease concurrently with increasing steam pressure is attiributed by the authors to a simultaneously occurring decrease in the surface tension of the water and to the resulting greater dispersedness of the vapor phase. Bibliography: 4 references. Yu. A. Lashkov Card 2/2 YHOLOPOVSKIY, Georgiy Yevgen Iyevich Academic degree of Doctor of Technicnl Sciences, based on his defense, 16 June 1955, in the Council of the Inst imeni Yrzhizhanovskly of the Acad Sci USSR, of his dissertation entitled: "Investigations end Calculations of Natural Circulation in Steam Boilers." Acaderic degree and/or title: Doctor of Sciences SO: Decisions of VAK, List no. 25, 10 Dee 55, B.,ndleten' WO SSSTR, Uncl. JPRS/NY 548 KARGULOTA, Teraza Khrisoforovna; MfOloODOVSKITL daktor; TORONIN, K.P,I, tekhnichesidy redaktor I . .LLU,,r? [layout and therml, calculations for boiler installations] Romponovim i teplovoi ra'schet kotloagregata. Moskva. Goo. onerg. izd-vo 1956. 120 P. (MIRA 9:12) (]Boilers) A 1Y- 0 ; " 7ei AUTHOR: RholodoVBkiy G.E., Doctor of Technic*q4 Wes. TITLE: A new m4thod of generalising experizentAi data on the motion of a steam water mixture in vertical pipes. (Novyy metod obobshcheniya opytnykh dannykh po dviz- heniya parovodyanoy smesi v vertikallnykh trabakh.) PERIODICAL: "Teiploenergetika" (Thermal Power) 1957, Vol.4, No.?, pp, 68 - 72 (U.S.S.R.) ABSTRACT: Analysis of ~the method used to Igeneralise experi- mental data on the motion of steam water mixture.shows that althoughthemain~criteria are establisbed the relationship-between them is very complieated and can- not be expressed simply enough. In the present-work the method -of dimensional analysis is used in an attempt to find a-simpler relatimhip between the magnitudes. that,characte.rise theprocess of circulation, making use 4 different.kinetic magaitudes from those.genera- lly used., The determining magnitude is the traespeed of the:steam. As.a result of analysis of the process Card 1/4 of motion of:steam water.mixt;ure in-unheated pipes the following.8 variables are considered: the trae:_speed~ of the-steam-, the speed the steam and water would have A new method of generaliBing experimental data on the motion of a steam water mixture in vertical pipes. (Cont.) 96-7-17/25 Card 3/4 of the argument, but as the argument increases, they unite into a single band with only a small dispersion between the points. The fomulae which are derived in the article are applied to extensive experimental data available in the Central Boiler and Turbine Inst- itute (TsKTI) and the ENW on the motion of steam water mixture in unheated vertical pipes of from 23 to 76 mm dia. at pressures of from 3 - 216 kg/= -, By way of -example Fig- 3 is a graph showing the motion of the mixture in pipes2of 30 and 56 mm diameter at pressures of 60 - 66 kg/cm. . Analysis of the results shows that there is no systematic influence of speed of circul- ation and pipe diameter. It is found that a great dis- persion of experimental points is observed at small values of the argument. The dispersion is usually greater than possible errors of measurement. It follows that the amplitudes of ressure oscillations (apparen- tly caused by pulsatiW are greater at low steam con- tents wheii a mixture which is not uniform in steam- A new method of generalising experimental data on the motion of a steam water mixture in veitical pipes. (cont.) 96-7-1V25 water composition flows along the tube. Despite the wide dispersion of the points the mean values of the functions are practically the same at low and high thermal loads. Special graphs were drawn for the motion in vert- ical pipes of mixtures of steam and mercury and air and water,, which are of very different characteristics from steam and water mixtures in order to verify the influence of different physical parameters. Fig. 4 shows a graph obtained in this way. The mean deviation of experimental points from the straight line plotted in Fig. 4 is from +- 5 to ; 8%. An equation is recomm- ended for practical calculations on circulation in steam boilers. Values of a coefficient appearing in the lo=ula axe tabulated for steam-water and also for steam-mercury in Table 2. There am 4 figures, 2 tables and 4 references, 3 of which are Slavic. Pov.-ar Institute of the Academy of Science o-l" the USSR. (Energeticheskiy Institut AN SSSR). Card 4/4 ASSOCIATION: AVAILABLE: STYRIKOVICH, N.A.,; KHOWDOVSKI_T,_G .,la., red.; YONICHIM, M.S., red.; SIBLINIKOVA, BOMMOT, V.11, (Heat ancinsering and hydrodynamics-, papers of the All-Uhion Scientific and Technical Conference an the Use of Radioactive and Stable Isotopes and Radiation in Agriculture and Science] Trudy Too- setusnoi nauchno-tekhnichasket, kourarentaii po primenentiu rodleaktiv- nykh I stabillnykh lzotopov I isluchenii v narodnom khosiaietva i nauke: Tepletakhnike, I gidradinamiks. Vol.4. Moskva, Gos.nauehno-tekhn.izd-v* neft. i gorno-toplivnot lit-ry. 1958. 88 P. (MIRA 12:3) 1. Vvesoyusnaya nauchno-takhnichaskaya konferentoXya pe primenonlyn radisaktivnykh i stabillnykh isotopov i izluchaniy'v narodnon kho- Syaystva I nauke, Moscow, 19311 2. InergetichasMy Institut M SSSR (for Styrikovich), (Radioactive substances--Industrial applications) (Hydrodynamics) PUMOV, Petr Alekseyevich.- KHOIA)DOVSKIT, G.Te., red.; TCROHIII, K.P., - [Atomic energy installations] lAderoye energeticheskie ustanovki. Moskva, Goo. energo izd-vo, 1958. 254 p. (MBA 11:4) (Atomic power plants) L 24(8) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/3070 Akademiya nauk SSSR. Energeticheakiy institut iment - G. M. Krzhizbonovskiy Teploeriergetika, vyp,' l' (Heat Power Engine-,ing, Nr 1) Moscow, Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1959. 143 p. Errata slip inserted. No. of copies printed not given.. Ed. of Publishing douse: V. A.*Kotov; ' A. baum; Editorial Board: V. Professor (ftes~. Ea.); 6. Ye. Sciences; N. I. Yu6hchenkova, Z. L. Miro~ollskiy' Candidate and S. G. oyarkov: Candidate Tech. Ed.: Yu. V. Rylina; Doctor of Technical Sciencest Kholodovskiy, Doctor of Technical Candidate of Technical Sciences-, of Technical Sciences (Secretary); of Technical Sciences. PURPOSE: This work is intended tor scientisto and engineers working in the field of steam boilers. COVERAGE: This is.d'.collecition -of 9 articles on the circulation of water and water-vapor'mixturein boilers, bubbling processes, pulsation of pressure, temperature fields in combustion chambers, radiation heat transfer between gray bodies, and the solution of Card i/6 Heat Power Engineering, Nr 1. SOV/3070 nonlinear --oble"---t*' thematicial hysics. There Is also an pr. . mep_ ma. . - p article describing processes occuring in the steam boiler of a solar heat energy station. References appear at the end of each article. TABLE OF CONTENTS: ov - Y' khra0dovs0knI G. Ye. Generalization of Experimental Data on the cUl 1 0 irculation o a er in Boilers 3 P The author presents' w-.m*e'ihcd_for generalizing experimental data and establishes-some-'relations between theoretical.and practical data.characterizing circulation processes in boilers. Sheynin, B.'I and A. K. Katarzhis. Regions of Various Flow Forms of Vapor Mixture in Inclined Pipes 30 The authors describe experimental investigations of the flow of water-vapor mixture under pressures of 40, 70 and 120 atm. tfir-ough pipes inclined at 5026, antt 9o439. Graphical representations of the results are given. The experiments Card 2/6 Heat Power Enginqering, Nrl SOV/3070 were condpoted at thermohydroelectric laboratories in cooperation with Heat ard.Eleotrip Power P~ant (TETs) No. 9. Bart6lomey, G.'G., Ya. G. Vinbicur, V. A. Kolokoltsov, and V. I. Petukhov. Experimenial'Investigation of Vappr and Gas Contents a Bubbling Proces.s- 40 It was found.~hat the-distribution of volume vapor content and air content along the elevation of the bubbling'volume at ins igni f icant're. diiceiL - velbei ties of vapor or air, and at low boiler waier- 'salt coint~e-nt, remains qualitatively the - Sam umw Various presgures and characteri sties of the.perforated plate. An increase in the weight level at atmospheric pressure resuits'in-a decrease of vapor content. An increase in the reduced velocity' of steam when the water is of low salt content increases the volume vapor content. Semenov, N. I. Pulsations of Pressure In the Flow of Gas-Liquid Mixtures in Pipes 46 2he-article de-seribes experiments in pressure pulsation in Card 3/6 Heat Power Engineering, Nr 1 ~SOV/3070 four 14 m long pipes of'ditterent diameters-25.8, 47 4, 74.7 and 99.8 mm. The flo*velociby changed.from 0.2 to ;m/seo. The gas content changed from 0.05 to 0.95. Graphical represent- ation of experimental results are given. Miropollskiy, Z. L., and. R'. I. Shneyerova. Investigation of a Flow of Vapor Water Pipes by r Radiation 53 In-this article the'authors describe problems in deter- miffl:ng the avera'g_e*ialues 'of steam volume contents'q av. in pipes_and in conduits of rectangular cross section. The results obtained are also valid for conduits of arbitrary geometrical shapes. Diagrams and graphs are given. Khrustalev, B. A; and S. S. Filimonov. Temperature Fields in Combustion Chambers 62 Three kinds of furnace heating dhambers were Investigated. -Exper1mental data*show that under coi~d_itlon of approximate self-modeling temperature fields these cb=bers perform according to load. It is stated chat the approximate Independence of dimensionless temperature fields from the CaM.4/6 Heat Power Engineeringi.Nr.1 SOV/3070 load occurs in various -.con6u0tion chambers which differ from each other according to geometric characteristics and the type of -combustion processes. Shchegolev, D. M. Steam BoWer'of a Solar Heat Snorgy Station 70 The author presents data .on the performance of steam boilers operating on solar heat energy. GeAeral diagrams-of a boiler and tables.of principal characteristic are given. Surinov, Yu. A. Inv estigation of Radiation Heat Transfer in Systems of Gray Bodies, 79 The auth6r devel6ps-a theory of.radiation and radiation heat transfer. The equations appearing in this article permit a theoretical-probability interpretation* The article is di- vided into two par is:-l) Solution of a radi- ation.h'eat exchange in a system- of gray bodies 'in a d~athie-im-ic medium, and 2Y'Solution of a mixed problem of radiation heat transfer in systems of gray bodies in an absorbing medium. Card 516 Meat Power Engineer in I _#r- I .9 SOV/3070 Pleshanov,A. S. Ap Indeterminate ~;Oeff PlicitticA Of the Method of icients to the Solution of Nonlinear Problems of Mathematical Physics The aim of the author is to obtain arbitrary fragments of an 1-31 analytical representation pr- Ot a precise solution of nonlinear oblems Of several classes'. In his work he uses the method of indeterminate coefficients. AVAIIABLE: Library of Congress Card 616 AC/ec 3-15-6o XBDLODDVSKIY, G.Te. - - . - -I,- -46fiiiilizition of experimental data on the circulation of water in steam boiler@. Teploenergettka [Inerg. in'st.] no-1:3-30 '59. (MIRA l3c2) (Boilers) KNORRI, G.F., sasluzhennyy dayatell nauki i takhniki RSFML;-- G.Te., red.; RAU, T.T., red.; BORUNOV, N.I., [Combantion processes] Topochnie protsessy. lsd.2., perer. I ~~dop. Xoskva, Oes.onerg.Lud-vo, 1959. 395 P. 0CM 12: 8) (Combustion) PHASE I BOOK M LOITATION SOV/4951 Kholodovskiy, Ge(krgiy Yevgenlyevich Fizicheskiye protsessy v teploenergetIke (Physical Processes in Thermal Power Engineering) Moscow, Gosenergoizdat, 1959. 127 P. 8,000 copies printed. (Series: Biblioteka teplotekhnika, vyp. 6) Editorial Board: M. P. Vukalovich, V. A. Kirillin, L. P. Komarov, M. V. Meyklyar, and P. Ya. Tyurin; Ed.: A. S., Nelev.; Tech. Ed: G. Ye. Larionov. PURPOSE: This book is intended for readers interested in energy transformation processes and in heat transfer. COVERAOE: The booklet explains the general principles of heat tran5ferjuaing as examples the processes occurring in steam boiler units. The last chapter describes transformation of energy in an atomic electric power station. No personalities are mentioned. There are no references. Car*="- KHOWDOVSKIY, G.Xo.,- SMIRNOVj A.D.; KARASEVp M.D.; -YAKOVIEV, K.r.0 0; ~~tEFANOVp Yu.A., red.;KRYUCHKOVA, V.N.2 tekhn. red. (Concise physical and technological handbook) Kratkii fiziko- tekhnicheskii spravochnik. Moskva, Gos. izd-vo fiziko-matem. lit-ry. Vol.3 . LHeat engineeringm electrical engineering, radio engineering, and electronics] Teplotekbnika, elektro- tekhmilrap radiotekhnika. i elektronika. 1962. 686 p. (MIRA 15:3) (Physics) (Technology) KHOLODKOVSKIY. K.- In the midat of strike battles. Sov. profaciuzy 17 no.23:18-20 D 16a, (Strikes and lockouts) (MIRA 14:12) -: m GOLIDENEERG, S.A. (Moskva); SOLOVIYEVA, L.S. (Moskva); Prinimali uchastiye: KOROVYANSKIY, N.G.; KHOLODTSOVA. L.N. Study of the characteristics of the ignition of a stream of combustible gases by opposing jets. Izv. AN SSSR. Ener i transp. no.1:116-U2 Ja-F 164. &IRA 17-4) KHOLODUL'KINj V.Skj starshiy lay-tenant . Future officers must have firp habits of co=and. Vest. protivovozd. obor. no.8:70-71 Ag 161. (14IRA 14:8) (Rusoia-Army--Officers) KHO-fri'li-Iff, .1. %.J. "Contribution to the Problem of the Origin and Development of Life" (p. 65) by Kholo, , N. 3. (Soohi) -W SO: Advances in Kodern Biolo-jr (Uspekhi Sovremennoi Oiologii) Vol. XLX, '.Ao. 1, 10,45. M KH0LOINAYA-FJI',f.AYEVA, L. Z. Kholoinaya-Pomayeva, L. Z. "A cane of a previously recognized defect in the interventricle wall of the heart, the Tolochimv disease," Trudy Medinstituta (Izhev. gos. med. in-t), Vol. VII) 1949o p. 283-85 SO: U-3950, 16 June 53, (Letopis, 'Zhurnal Inykh Statey, No. 5, 1949). Q KBOLOKHDWV, N.G., dorozhny7. master (atantelys. Oune Dallnavoetochno7 dorogi). Unsuccessful shape for a book# Put' I put.khoz. no-11:31 3 '58- (14IRA 11:12) (Railroads-Track--Handbooks. manuals, otc.) MLIK-TANGIYEV, YAKIIUSHO, ILLIBEDLV, IU.; KIIIO~Lf-~LLYEV, A.1,1.; SAPRYF III, Yu. I. E Electric welding of span structures for oil field piers. Avtom. svar. 17 no.8:73-78 Ag 164. (RIPI 17: 11) 1. Trest "Azmorneftestroy" (for Melik-Tangiyev). 2. Institut elektrosvar,ki im. Ye.O. Patofia AN Uk--SS'tl (for all except ,Melik-Tangiyev). GONCXMV, N.A.; ]KHOU)MANDT, G.K. redaktor; MODAL', B.I., takhnicheskiy rodaktor. -- . - 4 [IforgivC large places] KovkiL krupmykh pokovok. Mookwa. Goo. nmcbno-tokhn.isd-wo mablaostrottelluot lit-ry. 1945. 218 p. (Forging) (NLRA 8:11) BLAGONRAVOY, A.A., akademik, general-laytonant artillerii; KHOIOKANOV, G.K.. redaktor. Nechaniss of firearm] Nmtorlallnaia chast' stre'lkovogo orushlia. Kookwa, Izd-vo Glavula rods*tsila lit-ry po vooru*hsu4,'4u I boo- prip"am. Vol. 1. 1945. 371 P. MAA 7:11) (Firs'arms) Subject USSR/Engineering AID P 5091 Card 1/2 Pub.. 128 - 20/ 26 Authors Kholomina 0 A Kand. Econ. Sci., and V. M. Sidashenko, Title Organization of tool supply shops at a mass production plant. Periodical : Vest. mash., 5, 76-86, MY 1956 Abstract : The authors present recommendations for the reorganization of WWI machine plants. The suggested measures for the improvement of the shop management are in accordance with the conditions at the 2-Moscow Watch and Clock Plant. A detailed classification of tools by groups, subgroups, varieties and-types is recommended, and illustrated by-4 tables. This standardization Is based on GOST 5446-50-5453-50. The authors explain at length how the appropriate classification of tools FFMOV, V. ; KOSICHKINA, V. ; KH Scientific and technological conferenbe at the Moscow Institute of Engineering Economics. Top.ekon. no.5;156-159 N7 156. (MLRA 9:8) (Precust concrete construction) (Machinery Industry) (Blectric power) KHOLOMINA, O.A. Methodology for determining the economic efficiency of using rented multipurpose attachments with Interchangable parts. Nauch.trudy MIEI no.18:187-196 161. (MIIAA 15:2) (Machine tools--Attachments) SATELI Eduard Adamovich, doktor tekhn. nauk, prof., red.; BRYAN-All Georgiy Anatollyevich, kand. ekon. nauk; FAIUALOV, Ieonid JUlich, prof.; BYALKOVSKAYA, Vera,Sergeyevna, kande eken, nauk; KHR711ANOVSK31,oergey Nikolayevich, prof.; KHOLCMINk,, 011ga Alekseye*na,, kand. ekon. nauk; STIETPITOV, '-kleksay-F-a-vl-ov-i-ch-s-,ka-n-d.-okon,;,-nauk; LEVAIIDOVSUY, S.N., inzh., retsenzent; MANSUROV,.A.M., i~zh., retsenzent; OSIPOV, Ye.G., inzh., retsenzeat; SOCHINSKIY, A.R.v inzh., red.; RADAYEVA, Z.A., red. izd-va; MODEL's B.I., tekhn. red. [Organization, planning and economics of basic shors in machine plants) Organizatsiia, planirovanie i ekonomik&-osnovnykh tse- khov mashinostroitellnykh zavodov. Pod red, E.A.Satelia. Moskva, Mashgiz,~354 P. (Machine industry) (MIRA 15:40 ifiYXiSKIY, G.A., kand. ekon. nauk; BYALKOVSKAYA, V.S. , kand. ekon. nauk; KRYLOVA, N.V., inzh; SLODYEVICII, N.I., kand. okon. nauk; JTEPANOV, A.P.v kand. ekon. nauk; HOLOMINA, O.A... kand. ekon. nauk; GORENSHTEYN, B.I., in%h.p retsenzen~; SOCIIINSKIY, A.R.p inzh., red. (Problems on the organization and planninig of machinery- industry enterprises] Sbornik zadaQh po organizatsil i pla- nirovanilu mashinostroitellujkli prodprilatii. [By] G.A. brianskii i dr. Moskvap 1.1,lashinostroenle, 1964. 406 p. (MIRA 17:9) 22(l) SOV/27-59-4-5/26 AUTHOR: Kholomonov, V., Director TITLE: The Problems of Reorganizing IndustrVa 'ftainin- Zork are to be Solved in a Creative Wa~ PERIODICAL: Professionallno-tekhnicheskoye obrazovaniye, 1959, Nr 4, pp 6-8 (USjR) ABSTRACT: The January Pedagogical Conference of School `.Yorkers of the Moscow Oblast# discus3ed the accomplishments of teaching staffs during 1958, the tasks of training and educating stu- dents in accordance with the new School Law, and outlined the measures to be adopted for a general improvement in the train- ing of young -workmen. In this connection the author enumerat- es the achievements of the Labor Reserve Schools of the Moa- cow Oblast' in fulfilling the training plans and programs for 1958t adding his comments. Students of the Labor Reser- ve schools become proficient in their professions under conditions approximating those prevailing in industry. The Moscow Oblast' schools conduct practical training by turn- Card 1/4 ing out industrial production, constructing apartment and SOV/27-59-4-5/28 The Problems of Reorganizing Industrial Training Jorks are to be Solved in a Creative Way industrial buildingst electrifying railroads, and carrying out agricultural work. The author lists the equipment fur- nished to the schoolsp repaired or modernized in 1958- Spo- cial merits were gained in this respect by the staff of the Tekhnicheskoye uchilishche Nr 6 (Technical School Nr 6) in Kolomna. In close cooperation with the Teplovozostroitell- nyy zavod imeni Kuybysheva (Diesel Jocomotive Building Plant imeni Kuybyshev), it Te-equipped the training workshops along modern lines* Considerable work was done in this di- rection also by the Tekhnicheskoye uchilishche Ur 2 (Tech- nical School Nr 2), Remoslennoye uchilishche (Trade School) Nr 12.and 451 Zheleznodorozhnoye uchilishche (RR School) Nr 2, Stroitellnoye uchilishche (Construction School) Nr 1 and 4, and others. In carrying out industrial training, the schools of the Oblaut' have fulfilled the plan# established by the Glavnoye upravloniye trudovykh rezervov (Main Admi- nistration of Labor Reserves) for 1958 by 122.4%. This pro- Card 2/4 duction included about 600 metal cutting machine tools. SOV/27-59-4-5/28 The Problems of Reorganizing Industrial Training arorks are to be Solved in a Creative Way Educational institutions have also carried out considerable work at base enterprises and building sites. For 1958t their production amounted to 7,733,000 rubles. In this connection, the author mentions the Stroitellnoye uchilishche Nr 13 (Construction School Nr 13) at the town of Zhukovskiy and Construction School Nr 4. He also furnishes data on agri- cultural work performed by the schools. In some instances he expresses dissatisfaction on the amount of work performedp mentioning the Remeslennoye uchilishche (Trade School) Nr 10 and 22. He further deals with the problem of increasing the profit derived from the schools' industrial activity and the possibility of transferring them to a partially self- supporting basis. He believes that the results of the first auarter of the school year give reason to presume that the iatter problem will be solved positively. In this conneot- ion he mentions Trade School Nr 45 and Technical School Nr 7. The author also emphasizes the importance of theoretical Card 3/4 training for which purpose about 350 workshops and laborato- SOV/27-59-4-5/28 The Problems of Reorganizing Trubstr1il Training Vorks are to be Solved in a Creative Way ries are available at the schools af the Moscow Oblast'. In regard to eauipping the workshops, considerable help is being given by the base enterprises. Thus, the Lyuberetskiy zavod sellkhoz- Wasb1n imeni Ukhtomskogo (Lyubertsy Plant of Agri- cultural Machines imeni Ukhtomskiy) transferred to the Trade School Nr 10 numerous equipmentt and the Podollskiy mekhani- cheskiy zavod imeni Kalinina (Podollak Mechanical Plant imeni Kalinin) furnished the Technical School Nr 3 with out-away mo- dels of sewing machines, machine tool assemblies and new in- struments. Speaking of the students' progress, the author points to Spetsiallnoye remeslennoye uchilishche Nr 4 (Spe- cial Trade School Nr 4) and to Trade School Nr 30 showing unsatisfactory results. In conclusion, the author deals with the Communist education of students, their behavior and the favorable influence the Socialist competitions han had on the schools' work. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskoye oblaBtnoye upravleniye trudovykh rezervov (mos- cow Oblast' Administration of Labor Reserves) Card 4/4 ,BORDADYN. A.; -KHOLONOMOV. V. In vocational schoolm of West Germanjro 2rof.-tekh. obr. 17 no. 11:29-31 N 160. , (MIRA 13:12) (dermany. West-Vocati6nal education) KHOLOFCIIEIIKO F. Collective labor agreements and legislation. Grazhd. av. 19 rLo.4-.8-9 Ap 162.. (MIRA 15:5) 1. Predsedatelf Severnogo territoriallnogo komiteta profsoyuza aviarabotnikov,, Leningrad. (Collective labor agreements-Aeronautics) KISELET, V.I.; KHOLOPKIN, Yu.T., aspirant ~ Effect of the tail and of a rope an increasing the dasiveight - of hoist cages. Tzv. vys. ucheb. zav.; geol, 1 razv. 8 no. 12t 125-133 1Y, 165 (MIRA 19tl) 1. Moskovskiy geologorazvedoobnyy institut imani S. Ord2bonikidsee ILI* RROMEUM RCC-RYSTAL=JlkTiQN MUMMA. F. 64YUskil, V. F. Tcrikhava. A. V, ~~Gl-l W, Inst. 'A Metalluxi"). Dcklzdy Wd. N.3a S.S.S.h. lo~! Azg. 1. (~~ ~RLUIA) -aj~ P.OrLctruc-xi for r~cryvAailv~-ijcii a act me ri-bwy- roef~drv;ytk c ' fi Ml hr rave ~. at Wa% for 70 tr, of the Cr Mjuedhi fiydr6g the followt--9 rcs~ultr, (ta U Cr, C, 0,&! t, 0 1~4. 2'. re. 0.1; '44. nAj ~.d 1-l" 0 aGu M~ wic r,~tr,, r, f deloft4eil ailk, i, ~1~ tloas sira cu~dv u1 th, Cr FralEz altcrAtl-,-~i Lnl -Acro- it) dt4wqmUbn ini letnporzium~ of An- P-A W. 1 '4 g-Ir rA� - 18(6) SOV/78-4-2-28/40 AUTHORS: Savitskiy, Ye. M., Terekhova, V. F., Kholopov, A. V. TITLE: The Phase.Diagram of the Alloys of the System Chromium-Cerium (Diagramma sostoyaniya splavov sistemy khrom-tseriy) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khimii, 1959, Vol 4, Nr 2, pp 435-438 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The phase.diagram..of.the alloys chromium-cerium (up to 30 weight % cerium) was investigated by micro-Btructure analy- seBq thermal'analyseei and X-ray analyses. Electrolytic chromium 4906%) and metallic cerium (99%) were used-as initi*al materials. In the system chromium-cerium separation O% cerium) into two layera.,takes'place in a wide range (10 to ~ . upon _Liquid.stati? at -17800. The analyses of the micro-structure of the-.alloys show the field of the solid solution the.solidity of the alloy rises upon increase of cerium ddjit~*t. Cerium additions amounting from 1-1-5% to chromium increase the solidity of chromium and refine its structure. Alloys of the system chromium-cerium with cerium contents > 3~6 are unstable in air and decompose while cerium oxides Card 1/2 are formed. The liquidus and solidus curves of these alloys SOV/78-4-2-28/40 The Phase Diagrgm of the Alloys of the~System Chromium-Cerium were determined. D. Ya. Svet and V. V. Gxishin participated in.these determinations. The solubility of cerium in solid chromium.wari-determined and it was found that, the solubility is 2-3%,at-1-5000, 3-5% at 16000, and 5-10% at 17000. The solubility curve of cerium in solid chromium, depending on the.tempexatare,.was.drawn on the basis of the MiCrO-Btructure anal-yeiso The.phase.diagram.of the alloys chromium-cerium (up to 30% cerium) was drawn according to data on micro- structure and thermal analyses. There are 8 figures, 2 tables, and 7 references, 4 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Institut metallurgii im. A. A. Baykova Akademii nauk SSSR (In-stitute of Metallurgy imeni A. A. Baykov of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) SUBMITTED: November 29, 1957 Card 2/2 AUTROM Sayltaki t To M T"ekhova, T. F., s/07SJ60/005/03/046/048 M03LOPOT2 E. ;. BOO4/MOO5 TITLE: The.Phaso Diagramiof the Alloys of the Syslea Chroniulit Lanthanun-vi PERIODICAL: Zhurnal noorganichookay khiaii, Woo Vol 5, Nr 3P pp 754-755 08n) ABSTRACT: The authors report on their 'Investigation of the pha;03diapm of the system chromium --lanthanum up to a contout*o 0% of La y Weight, Lanthanum oxerts a modifying effect on chromium 1:5FIg I)e The m=iaua solubility of lanthanum in chromium Is % by weight, In alloys With IN 159 200 and jO% of La by weight, 4 dissociation wag observed in the liquid hd in the solid phasse Chemical compounds of the two components : or* not detected. The broad zone of immiscibility Is characteristic of the phase diagram (Fig 2). It is due to the great difference in atonio radii of Cr and La. Thor@ are 2 f4;ures and 4 Soviet -reforencemo Card 1/2 The Phase Diagram of the Alloys of the System 3/078J60/005/03/046/04e Chromium - Lanthanum B004/BOO5 ASSOCIATION: Inatitut a*tallurgli Is. A, A. Baykova Akadouil nauk 8331 (Institute of Metallurgy imenl A. A. Bsykoy of the Academy of QV- y 90116--n-0-6-9-9-MR) SUBNITTED: Ootober 21p 1959 Card 2/2 SAVITSKIY., Ye. M.; TEREKIIOVA, V.F.; KHOLOPOV, A. V. Phase diagram of the alloys in the system chromiii-m---Ianthanum. Zbur,neorgo khimo 5 no.3:754-755 Mr 160. (MIRA W 6) 1. Institut metallurgii Im. A.~A. Baykova AN SSSR. (Chromium-lanthanum alloys) H r? 1- - K L"ITVI':O'I, V.3., of (I -A It nnor-otic' e,Idy -1: Zli'luoreacent 1! it L 36UL-66- PWT (1-) /T up(n AUTHORs Kholowy, G. K. (DW.) ORO I none 13 TITIZI Theory of speoular cavities reproducing a blaok'Wft SOURCEI Systotekhnikag no. 39 1966g i9-23 TOPIC TAGS8 optic black bodyg light reflection coefficient, light emission ABSTRACTI The calculation of the mission coefficient of specular cavities is car- ried out by using the general principle of calculation discussed earlier (G. K. Kholopov and V. S. Strukovo Opto-mekhe prom, 19639 No* 7; 1963, No. 8). It is shown. that the emission coefficient of a cylindrical cavity charges as a function of the direction of emergence of the radiationg and increases with the deviation from the axial direction and for all cavity sizes and reflection coefficients reaches a value theoretically equal to unity at an angle of 900. In the axial direction, the emis- sion coefficient is always equal to I-1 T (where f AT is the spectral reflection co-* efficient)o independently of the depth U the cavity. For an Infinitely long, uni- formly heated specular cylinder, the emission coefficient to equal to unity in all directions independently of the reflection coefficient of its wa3.19. In practical applications of specular cylindrical surfaces, it is necessary to make measurements in the largest possible aperture angle or use radiation emerging at angles to the Card 1/2 L 38434-66 [-AC-C NRi AP601990 0 cylinder axis other than sero. Me hemispherical emission coefficient approaches unity as the depth of the cavity Increases and the reflection coefficient of its walls decreases. Orig. art. hael 4 figureep I tableg and 21 forsulas. SUB CMEs 20/ SUM DiTZI now/ MM PJW1 002/ OTH 1UW1 003 COM 2/2 s/196/61/000/009/010/032 E194/E155 A'JTHORSs Litvinov, V.S., Troitskiy, A.M., and Kholopov, G.K. TITLE: Characteristics of Soviet fluorescent lamps when operated at high frequencies PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Elektrotekhnika i energetika, no.9, 1961, 8, abstract 9V 59. (Svetotekhnika, no.1, 196l, 5-10). TEXTs As the supply frequency is raised the electrical characteristics of lamps having different types of ballast approach V one another and ars practically indistinguishable above a frequincy of 800 - 1000 c/B. This greatly simplifies the &evelopment of economic starting and controlling equipment. With increasing frequency the improved wave shapes of current and voltage should lengthen the lamp life. The increase in light output of a lamp with increasing frequency is attributed both to reduction of losses in the anode-tathode region (up to 800 c/s) and to alteration of the discharge properties (reduction of the power loss in the discharge tube). The relationsh-ip between the Card 1/2 Characteristics of Soviet s/196/61/000/009/010/052 E194/E155 !~'Shz output of lamps and the supply freque=y shows that the tube diameter influencea the relative change in output of resonance lines. This indicates the need to study the electrical-kinetic characteristics of the discharge over the length and diameter of %h9 tube. Study of the properties and parameters of discharge by probes will help t4a indicate methods of developing light sources which have greater high-fr8quOnzy affickenc.y than have standard fluorescent lamps. Because of possible improvements in lamp life 'With higher frequene-y there is a need to carry out large-scale life tests of lamps and to develop methods of accelerating the assessment of lamp Life under various operating conditions. As the light and power characteristics of fluores--ent lamps display no tendency to saturation with rise in frequency to 10 kc/s, similar tests should be made at still higher frequencies. 13 illustrations, 13 literature references. [Abstractor's note: Complete translation. Card 2/2 DMTRIYEV, V.D.; ZHOLOPOV, G.K. 3pectral emittance of tungsten In the infrared spectral region. - Zbur. prikl. spekt. 2 no.6:481-488 Ja 165. (MIRA 18:7) !V~W, `?4R M DMITRIIEV, Integral emissivity oC tungsten in the 1200-428000K temperature Interval. Zhur. jx1kl. apakt. 3 no.1:72-75 Jl 165. (MIRA 180) YF'FLF)S'I'FV, F.V.; umo-pav" I.I.; V.- I a . - Experimental pipe2ining of a gp-s ard oil mixture field to the central Jack plant. Nefteprcm. delo 1. Ne-ft-promyslovoye upravlp-ni-ye "Stmzhaneftfr. frcm the "Lamankul no.1705 163. ~ 1.17 r? A 17 -,4) 38307 KHOLOPOV, K, Is 0 lechenii yazvennoy bolozni dlitel'Mu on=. Say. Meditsinas 191.9. No 12, a. 28 1 Mechanism of the formation of the Obinarvruz intrusive. Nauch. trudy TashGU no.20301-102 162. (MIRA 16j8) (Obinavruz Valley-Geology, Structural) KHOIDPOV, N.P.. ~ ----------- New genetic type of datolite in Central Asia. Uch. zap. SAIGIMSa no.7s 101-106 162. (MIRA 17:2) 1. Sredneaziatakiy nauchno-isaledovatellskiy institut geologii i mine- rallnogo syrtya, Tashkent. OV ' ~7 - 2_ m A Imiw k"v(*wwqpwvdvr4kk4 one 4 & ww o eft*441 klom-nov. 'for J. " (XVR% 46 IM8. 0 M AI*1F. 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(Catalog of stare suspected of being variable, containing information on 5835 variable stare discovered but not assigned a definitive symbol before 1951, and on 2299 stare whose variability is dubious) Katalog zv'ezd, zapo- doxrennykh v peremennosti; soderzhashchii ovedeniia 0 5835 pereziennykh zvesdakh, otIcrytykh i no poluchivohikh okonebatellnogo oboznacheniia do 1951 goda, i o 2299 zvezdakh. peremennoet' kotorykh somnitel'na. Moskva, Izd-vo Akademii nauk SSSR, 1951. 239 P. (MLRA 6:7) 1. Akademiya nauk SSSR i gonudarntvenVy astronomicheakiy institut imeni P.K..Shternberga. (Stars, Tariable-Catalogs) KIIOLOFOVI Pal. HOFFNEYSTER, CUNO, 1892-- "Stars d2 the type RW Aurigae and their variations." 0. 11offmeyster. dviewed by P.N. Kholopov. Per zvezdy 8, No. 2, 1951. Month List of RusLian Accessions. Library of Congress, October 1952. Unclassified. 1. KHOLOPOV, P. N. 2* USSR (600) 4. Stars, Variable 7. V 673 Crgni- Per. zvezdy 8 No- 3, 1951 9. Xoglhly Li-sus of Russian Ageessions, Library of Congress, M-Iwch 1953, Unclassified.