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L h 1606 -66 EW(1) 1JF(c) AT ACC Nk, SOURCE CODE: AUTHOR: Gabavich, M. M.. Kirichenko, G. S. 77 ORG: institute of Physics, Academy of-Sciences, Ukrainian SSR (Inatitut fiziki Akademii nauk Ukrainskoy SSR) TITIE.- Two-stream instability in a system of interacting ion beams SOURCE: Zh ekaper I teor fiz, v. 50s no- 51 1966p u83-1186 TOPIC TAGS: plasma instability, ion beam, plasma beam Interactions plasma electron temperature, plasma oscillation, Doppler effect ABSTRACT; This is a continuation of earlier work by the authors (ZhETF v. 47s 1594s 19& and elsewhere) dealing with the Interaction of an ion beam with a plasma.,These investigations have verified the basic theory of two-stream ion instability"and bave demonstrated the possibility of therma.Lization of an intense ion beam in i-plasms. characterized by a high electron tempemture. The present study is devoted to in- stability of interpenetrating potassium Ion beams with energies up to 4 key in a plasma formed by the ionization of a gas (krypton or neon) at a pressure 3 x 10-6 _'10 4 mm Hg by these fast ions. It Is shown that two-stream ion Instability can &L~ise in such a systcmj which can be rcgarded as consisting of two Ion beams moving in'the same direction but with different velocities, if the energy difference in the beams is smaller than some threshold mlue. For example,, for ion beams with energies of the order of several kev, with electron temperature of 1 ev, the threshold may be Card -1/2 L UW-66 ACC NR, AP6018796 several hundred volts. The oscillations predicted by the theor-y were actually ob- served and their spectra determined a=1 analyzed. 7he results show that the in- stability leads to an effective exchange of energy between the beams.and that the energy excba%e increases with increasing beam current. 7his points to the pos- sibility of realizing effective energy exchange In unstable interpenetrating beams with sufficiently large currents* 7be relation between the obsorved oscillations and the velocity of the Ion beamr. is also measured and a proportionality between these two quantities was found., attributed to the Doppler effect observed In a co- ordinate system connected with the stationary plasma. Orige art. has: 6 figures and 3 formllas- BUD CCDE: 2o/ sum Dm: 26Nov65/ oRiG mn oo5/ oTH Fm: ool L 06310-67 WrW/Dfl(m2/EWPM/ZTI UP(o). JD/J()/o ACC NN AT SOURCE CODE: UR/0000/65/000/000/0044/0051 'AUTHOR: Gabovich, M. D.; Kirichenko, G. S.; Koydan, V. S. ORG: Done rLZ: Interaction of ion beams with nla iSOURCE: All UkrSSR. Yzaimodeystviye puchkov zaryazhennykh chastits s plazmoy (Inter- acti.on of charged particle beams with plasma). Kiev, Naukova dumka, 1965, 44-51 TOPIC TAGS: plasma beam interaction, ion beam, cesium plasma, Inert gas, gas den3ity, plasma electron temperature, standing wave 1ABSTRACT: The experimental parameters were chosen to sl tisfy the instability criteria ,derived by Vedenov, et al (UFN 1961 73 701) using a4 esimm ion beam with an energy of several ev. A plasma of 10f0 cm-i particle density was produced in inert gas dis- ~charges. Beam density was of the same order of magnitude. The amplitude and frequen- cy of oscillations excited by ion beams was studied as a function of the electron tem- r ure, gas density and ion mass. It is shown that the peak amplitude of the frequen spectrum can be explained by the theoretical ion beam energy at which stable ope- Tation occurs. As magnetic field was increased (in a direction parallel to the beam), there was a great increase in noise which made the diagnostic measurerent more diffi- cult. However, it was possible to show that the excited oscillations bave the same Card 1 2 L 0631G-67 ACC NR: AT6020434 character as in the case where there Is no magnqtic field. In particular, the criti- cal beam energy above which stable operation occurs was demonstrated through the use of a feedback scheme which generated a standing wave. The experimental results show that ion beams can be used for the plasm diagnostics since the critical energy de- pends strongly on the electron temperature of the plasma. Orig. art. has: 6 figures, 1 formula. SUB CODE; 20/ SUBM DATE: llHov65/ ORIG REF: 007/ OTH FEr: 004 BURTSEVI, L*Isg kandstekhnonaukl UPLUNOVs DeRel gory" inzho; KIRICHENglOn 04B gorryy inths - --I- -!!~w a I Perfecting the system of mining with mass ca7ing of the ore* Ocr. Our. no. 6t24-29 Je 16le (EMA t4s 6) I* In3titUt gornogo dela, Moskva. (Mining engineering) KAPLUNOV, D.R.; KIRICH3XKQ,-~. Basic problems In developing an underground mining system with mass caving as exemplified by Krivoy Rog Basin mines. Nauch. soob. IOD 12ill-23 161. (MIRA 15:9) (Krivoy Rog Basin.-YAning engineering) IAVRIIWKO, V.F.p kand.tekhn.nauk; IVAMV., Yu.A.; KMCHENKO, G.S.j ZrICIMm, N.P.1 KOZUBI F.S.; PASHCHEIKO., A.P. Working inclined seama. Gore z1awe no.7:33-36 Jl 162. (MIRA .15:7) 1. Krivorozhokiy gornorudnyy institut (for lavrinanko., Ivanov). 2. Institut gornogo dela Uwni'Skochinskogo (for Kirichanko), 3. Treat Isninruda (for Zinobevokly)e 4- Rudnik imeni Ubknekhta, Krivoy Rog (for Kozubp Pashchenko)* (KrivoY Rog Baoin--Iron minemand mining) 0 a* a** U W to 0 All V V Al IS V III IF a 0 040 a 4z it a Ll. Ll-l --- It 10 so 00 00 1 yc=l .414 44 off '09 "Ol ve A 1 0 ew a -i-i` ~ -.- ni! so CA 1,00 00 06 00 -00 00 00 N. N. IA)ktey mad 1. V. 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The inductive is. few sistanco tWermined experimentally waa higher than the ralrulste4l value. vaq-ing between 136 x JO-4 and 146 x Moohmd when melt. 004 ing 480/4 farro-aWcom 7U average " active resistance " was 48 x P to 60 x 10-11 ohnu4 but it may vary between 44 x to 4 and 54 X 104 OhML The optimum voltages for use under the above couditloos an dismsee& t *JAW a I '71 e,, f I-SI!, .1 -7. As LA MQMLtWG1CAL U11941M CLASSOCATION Ilea see. sevi seat @NY 48, &$&W as Oft All ;"~t i T T U IA A I I Od 0 ;OW-U-u 41 NOT I a oloo:.00*0*.::o*oooooo-oooooooooooogio0ooooooooo . as oooioooooooo-*ooooo.o000000000000*'-*000000O W 9 -00 lee lee .00 200 a* 000 goo got goo coo goo goo ago off goo wool BIBIKOV., I'l LC%KVUMp K.) KAZACHNO.. V.j ]=GH=Q --L; KUCHER., N.; MACHUKHOj. A.; NAUTNINDVO P.; *SOKOLA01F.. D.; SIV6KONI T461 US,, V.; SHCHIGAIEV,.If.1 BURAVENKOv N.1 KOVSHAROVI S.1 SOKOWYo S.1 ZAGORULIKD, 3.1 TSYBA, M.1 FOKKNKOv I.; LUKHOVEISKII, M. Lot us help farmers grov an abundant crop. 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Vic fter, 14 0 0 lee WOOGN4996 0 let 9 0 e 9 to * 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 - - - - - - - - - - - - - ACC NRs AP6035726 SOURCE CODE: uR/o4l3/66/ooo/oiq/oo86/oo86 !NVENTOR: Kasimov R. G. Kirichi_enkpj I. D.; Livshits, S. Ya.; Mezheritskiy, A. M.; Fomichev, A. V.; Chirtsov, V-.I.; Yud1n--,-S--.-M. ORG: none TITLE. Method of extracting mercury from tailings. Class 40, No. 186706 SOURCE: izobreteniya, proqrshlennyye aztsy, tovarmyye znaki, no. 19, 1966, 86 MTPIC TAM: mercury, mining engineering, metal extracting &L~~4 471 ABSTRACT: To raise tYe yield an~,sanitary work conditions for imercury extraction by nitric acid and electrolysis the electrolysis is carried out in a solution con- taining 230-260 gr'~M-7-iiter of rercury and 20-40 gram/liter of nitric acid and using a nonsoluble anodq and a mercuric cathode; the anode and cathode current densities are 300-450 end 450-600 amp/m2, respectively. (WA-961 SUB CODE: 08,11)16/SUBM DATE: 30Dec64/ Card J 133-2-7/19 AUTHOR: Kirichenko, I.D. ----Production of Ferrochromium Free From TITLE: ew Method of Carbon (Novyy sposob polucheniya bezuglerodistogo ferrokhroma) FERTODICAL: Stall, 1958, Nr 2, pp.131-137 (USSR) ABSTRACT: An investigation of the process of decarburisation of ferrochromium, in order to develop most suitable industrial methods of production of low carbon (below 0.03% ferro- ch-romium)is described. The author surveyed existing methods of production with particular reference to the "Simplex" process (Ref-3). On the basis of thermodynamic calculations the author points out that decarburisation reactions do not take place according to schemes proposed in Refs.2 and 3 and that the use of silica as an oxidant is not the best choice. On the basis of the approximate thermodynamic analysis of the reactions of decarburisation of ferrochromium. the author concludes that in order to decrease the temperature of the process and to increase the efficiency of vacuo pumps it is advantageous to use easily reduceable iron or nickel oxides Card 1/4 133-2-7/19 A New Method of Production of Ferrochromium Free From ~;arbon. as deoxidanta. In order to investigate decarburi.sation processes and to solve a number of technological problems involved in a large scale production of decarburised bri- quetted ferrochromium, laboratory experiments were carried out in apparatus of 15-30 91 30-300 g, 2-5 kg and 80-100 kg capacity. High carbon low silicon and ordinary ferrochrom- ium and sand, technical chromium oxide, technical nickel oxide, rich iron ore, chrome concentrates and mixtures of some oxidants, wore used for the experiments. In studios of the kinetics of the process measurements of the gas evolved were used. The use of Krivoi Rog Iron ore (Fe20 3 - 97.48%) was most extensively investigated. The results of the experiments on the reaction kinetics are shown in Figs.1 and 2. With increasing temperature of the process from 1100 to 12000C the time of decarburisation de- creases by a factor of 3 and with an increase from 1100 to 13000C by a factor of 10. The laboratory ex.poriments con- firmed the influence of the nature of the oxidant on the duration of the decarburisation process, the fastest de- carburisation was obtained with briquettes containing nickel oxide, the next with iron ore. Briquettes with silica re- Card 2/4 quire approximately 3 times, and briquettes with chromium 133-2-7/19 A New Method of Production of Ferrochromium Free From Carbon. oxide 4 times longer time than briquettes with iron ore.Perro- chromium normally produced is difficult to crush.It was found that ferrochromium granulated by pouring into water is much easier to crush as the phase cementing carbide crystals is considerably hardened by rapid cooling.Decarburisation of briquettes made from a mixture of high carbon chromium with partially oxidised ferroohromium gave satisfactory results. A part of low carbon ferrochromium was used for an experi- mental production of steel of the type OX 18H9, but contain- ing 0.017-0.024% C. Testing of this steel in the TsNIIChM (A.A.Babakov) indicated its increased resistance to the intercrystalline corrosion and to the action of phosphoric acid. The decarburised ferrochromium briquettes are porous; this property was utilised for the production of high nitro- gen ferrochromium (up to 8%). It is produced by introducing nitrogen into the furnace when the decarburisation process is finished. On the basis of the investigation an experi- mental 6 ton vacuum furnace was designed Fig-5). It is stated that the price of ferrochromium (0.01-0-03% C) ob- Card 3/4 tained by the new method is somewhat lower than that of I-ACC NR, AP6035726 SOURCE CODE: UR/013/66/000/019/0086/ooM I INVENTOR: Kasimov, R. G.- Kirichenko, I. D.; Livshits, S. Ya.; Hezheritakiy, A. M.; Fomichev, A. V,,- Chirtsoy,"" ORG: none TITLE: Yethod of extracting mercury from tailings. Class 40, No. 186706 SOURCE: Izobretiniya, proryahlennyye obraztsy, tovarmyye znaki, no. 19, 1966, 86 TOPIC TACS: mercury, mining engineering, metal extracting 4,-& AB STRACT: To raise the yield and sanitary work conditions for mercury extraction by nitric acid and electrolysis, the electrolysis is carried out in a solution con- taining 230-260 gramlliter of mercury and 20-40 gram/liter of nitric acid and using a nonsoluble anodq and a mercuric cathode; the anode and cathode current densities are 3oo-450 and 450-60o amp/m~, respectively. EVA-961 SUB CODE: 08,11,&ISUBM DATE: 30Dec64/ Card KIRICHM01 1. 1. "Variety Investigation of Esparsette and Some Problems of Its Cultivation in Voroshilovgradskaya Oblaot.11 Cand Aer Sci, Khartkov Order of labor Red Banner Agricul- tural Inst imeni V. V. Dokuchayov,, Hin 11ligher Eilucation USSR, Khar1kov, 1955. M, No 15, Apr 55) SO: Stri. No. 70h, 2 Uov 55 - Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR Ilik-,her Educational Institutions (16). USSR/Cultivated Plants - Fodders. m-4 Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Biol., No 7, 1958, 29851 Author : Kirichenko, I.I. Inst : Voroshilovgrad Agricultural Institute. Title : Contribution to the Problem of the Causes of Sainfoln Grass Stands Thinning Out in Voroshilovgradskaya Oblast' Orig Pub : r1nuchn. zap. VoroshilovCTadrak. s.-Wi. in-ta, 1956, 4, No 1, 82-87- Abstract : Experiments made at the Voroshilograd Agricultural Ins- '-titute in 1950-1953 have demnstrated that all varieties of sainfoin planted in the spring and sm=er after their first wintering have a hie)i degree of biological hardiness raid an insignificant amount of damaged roots. As tlic plants grow older the thinning out of the plantings in- creases sharply, due to the dying off of roots damaged by Card 1/2 - 39 - USM/Cultivat0d Plants - Fodders. m-4 Abs Jour Ref Zhur - Biol,, Ito 7, 1958, 29851 Pests, rather than as a result of lelssened winter hardi- ncss, The greatest Injury is inflicted by the bupreatid beetle, Sphenoptera antiqua jil., the larvae of which attack the min roots and root collars of sainfoin and cause the destruction of the plants in the winter and early spring timesi In Ycaru) favorable to the increase of these beetles, and 'When the grass stands are near to old Plantings of sainfoin, grass stand thinning through injury reached 23.4-36,1% in the spring planting and 20.3-27.5% in the sumer one. The biology of the bu. prestid Sphenoptera antiqua J11. has not been studied, nor have control methods beon developed. To prevent ravages in sainfoin, it is recommended that it be sown far away from old plantings. Card 2/2 KMCHKNXO, I.K. 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"fvcd toy MV&PSIIJUA the eke. cmd. aW 96 Cd SUSIA multuoundins Ow off of .00 OqA 0 0 a "00 008 .00 w0 d so 0 11141104110 0 400 00.3 coo OOV X60 1600 40: #00 use ,300 flow 0"SOVIF sx#d*2 440 0-T Ora 464811 4K "m is# NA-ft 9 1 q F I - r - 11 - 1 0* so 01; as v 'I w a 'i u a to a I m dA A, I I ad 0 0 a I If 0 9 A 4 2 If 0 ,0 0 41 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 0 4110 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 e 0 0 * 0 0, *10 "0 0 000100 000 of 0 0 0 0 1111 0 * 0 0 4 00000 00 0 -011111,060q*0009190~0 1:11*11~',Hl-'170, T. P. Firichemko, I. P. IT, nderl=.*),Iincl ra.-,Ification and olUier geotechnolorical -ethodz of exploit- 1. . in[..-, uoeful T-.i!,,,,ral in the collection cntitle~!: l,o-.roj-,r ~eh, "osc-,.fo 194-11 V. 460,-77. p . . - I SO: 12- Feb. 53, (Latopial Zhurnv-]. ,tf-,tey, ',*0. ;, 1.!41*))'- - Is g A _j_ TERPIOORZV, A.M., akademik.; XF No Il Ige, PgjKpjLLch GUVEUVA U-.T.-, [Cbtimica: methods for the recovery of minerals) Xhimicheskis sposoby dobychi polesnykh iskopaemykh. Moskva. Izd-vo Akad. nauk SSSR. 1958. 101 p. (KRA 12:2) (Mineral inaustries) 3ov/3c -.58-6-7/45 AUTHORS: Lavrov, N. V., Doctor of Technical Sciences, Kirichenko, L P., Candidate of Technical Sciences TITLE: State and Prospects of the Subterranean Gasification of Coal (Sostoyaniye i perepektivy podzemnoy gazifikatsii ugloy) ~q . PERIODICAL: Vestnik Akademii nauk SSSR, 1958,,,Nr 6v PP. 56 .. 61 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The first tests carried out with the subterranean gasification of coal were carried out in 1933. They showed the possibility of a subterranean gasification without previous crushing of the coal. Two stations were put into operation at the end of 194oz Podmoskovnaya (Tula-Region) for brown coal and Lisichanskaya (Donbas) for mineral coal. The heating power of the gas in the 3odmookoynays. station fluctuates betw4en 800 to 900 kca,l/om v which corrosponds to a chemical effi- ciency of 6o to 65 % The daily output attains up to from 3 . The main task of this station con- 1,o to 1,2 million m sists in a further increase of the technical and economical characteristic factors. The design of the greater station Card 1/4 Shatekaya in the Moscow Basin, the construction of which is SOVI 30--58-.6-7/45 State and Prospects of the Subterranean Gasification of Coal already completed, provides the supply of two gas turbines of 12 000 kW output each, with the gas of the subterranean gasification of coal which permits a special economical utilization of the gases of low thermal power. An industrial station of subterranean gasification of coal is built in Angrena (Uzbekistan SSR) which will supply gas to the TET9 at a distance of 4 kilometers. A brown coal layer of 9.2 m thickness in an average depth bedding of 156 m was selected 3 for the gasification. The station ought to supply 2.~5 billion M of combustible gas per annum, which corresponds to 700 000 tons of Angrena coal. The development of the gasification of mineral coal takes place much more slowly. The station Lisichansk wher th oological mining conditions have proved v:ry diffe '1 7 to be) cult thin coal layers and high ground water level as built after the Gorlovka Test Station in the Donets Basin. The supply of power gas provided in the design has not yet been obtained. A blast which is partly enriched with oxygen: but which cannot be considered as economic, is used in the gas production. The main task of the Lisichansk-Station consists at present in further developing Card 2/4 the gasification process, viz. to obtain power gas by means SOV/30-58-6-7/45 State and Prospects of the Subterranean Gasification of Coal of an air compressor and to obtain technological gas by using oxygen and steam. The Podzemgaz Industrial Test Station has been working for approximately 2 years in the Kuznetsk- -Basin. The coal is embedded in 21 layers of 7 m thickness and has a gas heating power of 1270 kcal/m3 on the average and a chemical efficiency of more than 70 %. A subterranean gasification of coal with previous treatment of the coal layer by the heat of,the exhaust gases was successfully carried out by Vniipodzemgaz at th6 Podmoskovnzya Station. The chemical efficiency and the heating power of both the sur.- face- and subterranean gasification of coal is given in Table 1. The investigation carried out by A. F. Ioffej Member, Academy of Scienoeaq USSR2 and by his collaborators in the fild of the use of semi-conductore for a direct trans- formation of the heating energy in-Ao electrical energy without the use of machines, which involves brilliant pro- speots for the future7 are of great interest. The author re- grete that the Mining Institute has suspended its inveeti- Card 3/4 gations in this field which are neither carried out systematic- soOo-58-6-7/45 State and Prospects of the Subterranean Gasification of Coal ally by any other institute. The possibility of a regulation of the moisture content of the coal layers was shown by the Laboratory of Elydro-Geological Problems imeni F. P. Savarenskiy AS USSR. The development of the control methods for the parameters of the subterranean gasification of coal is de.- signated to be in partioul&r antiquateds The Geophysical Institute has ceased work in this fielde The Institute of Combustible Natural Resources in cooperation with the Vniipodzemgaz (- high-pressure subterranean gas) worked out initial determinetions for the theory for obtaining teoh-- nological gas by using a P+nam-oxygen blast, but this work is carried out much toc sloyly The economic investigations in this field are also ui gieat interest. The scientific work carried out by the AS USSR in this field must be inten- sifiedp in which case the Mining Institute should be charged with the supervision. The beat experts in this field also should be concentrated there. There is 1 tables 1. Coal--Processing 2. Gases--Production 3. Gases--Applicaticns Card 4/4 4. Gases--Economic aspects KRUCHOW.. I.P. (;ertain problems involved In the control of the processes of under- ground coal gasificatione Trudy,4GI 13:153--157 160. (KIRA 140) (Coal gasificati4e Underground) BOYIRSKIYj V.A.x kand.istro.naukj KIRIC HEWo I-P.s kand,tekhn,nauk$ gornyy - insh. "Gootechnology.0 Nauka i shiznl 28 no.4160-64 lp 161. (Min 14: 5) (Mining engineering) (Gooobomistu) KlRlcHzuo--L2- kand. tekhn. nauk; PITINP R.N. 0 kand. tokhn. nauki -fAAMWV-jj-- IOLO 0 doktvr taklme nauki FEDMVI N.A. y k&M. t*3d=. nauk Sow problems in reaunq vithout mining and in underground preparation of fuele wd other minerals, Nauch trudy VN3:IFbdzawasa no.80%40 162. WRA 106) It Institut goryuchilth inkopayarkh Gcoudaretvannogo komiteta, po toplivu i VsesqyuzW nauchno-ionledovatellskiy inatitut podsonnoy gasifikateli uglay, Coal gasification,, Underground) ~Sublimation(Pbysical ociences)) iMA.,.sKjy, Vladimir Amnlyevich# kand. ist. nauk"LaGMWK9,-jl'Yd Petrg3dcb, kund. takhn. nauk; IVA1:II"KIY, VJU., red.;--'- RAKITIN, I.T., tekhn. red. [ChomicnI methods in mining]Khiriiia - rudokop. Moskva, Izd-vo "Znaniej," 1962. 39 P. (11ovoe v zhizni, nauke tekh- nike. IV Seriiat Tekhnika., no.16) (KIRA 15:10) (mining oneinocring) (Chomiatry, Technical) KMCHENKO, I.P. L.Mo Starokadomakiij obitugu7o Izvo Vaes, geog, ob-va 94 no-41359- 360 JI-Ag 162, - (KMA 15:9) (Starokadomakiit Leonid Mikhailovich, 1872-1962) LAiffZHENSKIY, G.N. [Lady-zhenslkyi, II.M.); KIRIC10iWIS I.P. [Yyz-(chenkc), 1.P.) Mineral, compoijition,, minor elAments, nnd tho otructur" of the Upper Cretaceous and Paleogene shells and ckeletons of rwirfre organisms in Bakb6hisarp-ty District of Vriwa Province. Dop. 0 UR5R no,719O'7-910 165, (mIRA 18A) 1. Llvovskiy gosudarstvennyy universIU,t. KIR~CHF-tO-,O, I - S - Subject : USSR/Aeronautics - maintenance Card 1/1 Pub. 135 - 24/29 Author Kirichenko, I. S., Sen. Technician-Lt. AID P - 5478 Title On the control and test devices used for checking the radio equipment. Periodical Vest. vozd. flota, 2, 87, F 1957 Abstract The author expresses the opinion that more convenient control and test devices for checking the radio equipment of the aircraft under the field coniditions are required. Institution : None Submitted : No date GOWSHCHMA. R.1.; KIRICHNNIO. I.S. AMItIonal vertical food unit for the 54-type Gleason gear- shaping machines. Stan.1 instr. 30 no.4:32 Ap '59. (KIRA 1216) (Gear-cutting machines--Attachynents) ",,.:of Ahi;,. ll";hoil~s,-6k consative if i7 i1i difth 54~7195 9 preu tmd:w~, ,, . . . . . . . . . . . . L -e K ko 107-8-4/62 ~UTHORt Kirlohenko, It Minister of Communications of the Ukrainian Soviet Socia-1-f-st Republic. 'IL TITLEa Radio and Television in the Ukraine (Radio I tolovideniye na Ukraine) PERIODICALi Radio,1957, #8, P 4 (USSR) ABSTRAM VHF radio stations are operating in Kiyev and Khar1kov and during 1957 additional statiom will be established in Stalinog LVov and Odessa. There are regular transmissions from powerful TV-stations in Ktov, Khar1kov, Stalino and also experimental TV centers and relay station In Odessa and Dnepropetrovsk# The total number of TV-receivers in the Ukraine is approximately 150,000. Within the next 2-3 yearaq regular TV-stations will be estab- lished in Llvov, Dnepropetrovsk, Odessa, Voroshilovgrad, Simfero- polIq Yalta$ Krivoy Rog, Chernigov, Zaporozhlye, Nikolayev and Kherson, together with dozens of relay stations. To faci- litate the exchange and transmission of TV-programs a great Card 1/3 number of wire relay lines are projected. The main cable line 107-6-4/62 TITLEs Radio and Television in the Ukraine (Radio I televidoniye as, Ukraine) Moskva-K~oy-Llvov will make TV-reception possible in the Ukraine from Moskva Actually, there are about 4#500 radio relay centers; 20#000 localities are accessible by radio including 19,000 collective farms. About 5 million of wire relay receivers already have been installed, with an additional 3 million to be added. For this purpose, hundreds of kilometers of cable must be laidt and thousands of radio relay centers have yet to be established. The construction of overground relay lines will be considerably mechanized and special underground cable l1new will be used. The utilization of automatic relay equipment and remote control of power plants will be intensified. Multiple program broadcasting will also be developed by speci- alists. To reach other rural districtep it Is planned to transmit pro- grams on the carrier currents of the inter-regional telephone Card 2/3 systems. 107- B-4/62 '?ITLEs Radio and Television in the Ukraine (Radio i telsvide'niys na Ukraine) Presently, the numerous demands for radio equipment for collso- tive farms will hardly be satisfied this year due to the shortage of neasseary material and equipment, INSTITUTIONs None PRESENTED BYt SUBMITTED3 AVAILABLE: At the Library of Congress# Card 3/3 IIRICHINKO. I.T. Complete the providing of radio for the Ukrainian villages. Vest.sviazi 18 no.1:20-21 A 158. (KIRA 1111) laRinistr svyasi USSR, (Ukraine-Radio) nvestigation of the system germanium-sulfur and S. Pashinkin, Lyu-Tsun'-Xhua, A. V. Rovoselova (10 minutes). (Not presented).] -hernodyna.mic Investigation of alloys of the systar. Sailium-anti-mony. L. N. Gerasim-enkol N A. Goryunova,, I* Ve Kirichenko, L. N. Lozhkinp A. G. Morachevskly (iO minut*S). %1port presentod at tbP 3rd National Conference on Semiconductor Compounds, Kishinev, 16-21 Sept 1963 KIRIC111.11.11TO, IV*(.@ Ilid 6-juipments Sudostroonie 30 no.7952-53 JI 164. (mm 1819) ~ ~ "I -1c Ffe -NP IC 1 1 as 004 004 oev 001 :1 Safi 4p cri 2EL71 at .I L lftl"%~&L AMN&TVK CLAR60VATOR stow 41""", so. A" 4-v 44"" #A I -.-^ se"I'l as em 0& we"Icail, I #few 81WROA4 St 90 vow 04 19.1 I'll ;&;I; A *lOe To 1, 0 a 0 0 0 0 *.a i 0 41*44 0, 0.9i 0 W." & 0 0 W , 0, - W ~ 000 $,*a goo 000 %a woo %so woo MICIIE11KO., X. a. I Pochvy Krasnodarskogo Iwaia ~ffoils of Krasnodar Territor,7. Krasnodar, Kraigosizdat. 1952. 240 p. SO: Monthly List of Russian Accessions Vol 6 No 6 Soptember 1953 - KIRIGM"o I.S. - [Practices for raislnp~ good rice cro~sl Agrotokhnika vyookikh uroshnov risa. 2. parer. lzd. Moskva, Goo. izd-vo salkhoz.Ut-v". 1958. 124 p; (XIRL 11:10) (Rice) KIRICHENKO, X.S.t kand.seliskokhotyaystvennykb nauk; YEZROV, Yu.1, Cultivation of swam" lands for rice. Zemledelie 23 no.10:2?-32 o 161. (MIRA 14:9) 1. Kubanskaya risovaya opytnaya stantsiya (for Yethov). (Rice) KIRICHENKO, KonstrntIp~,tyyjqji TOVAO T.S., red.; f.'Azk',OVA, A.S.., ; LEOL - - - . [IUco in the U.S.S.R.; one hundred million poods of rice]Ris v SSBR; 100 millionov pudov risa. Moskva, Izd-yo "Znanies" 1962. 39 P. (Novoe v zhizni, nauke, tekhnike. V Seriia: Sell- skoe khozialstvo, no.24) (HIRA 15:13.) (Rice) ALESHIN, Ye.P.,, kand. biol. neuk; YARK331, S.A.; SEMENKO, A.E.; Y,IRICMKO, K.S., kand. sellkhoz. nauk; CIUMOV, I.I.; mXIN-O"VA.; RODIOI]OV, P.S.; HADIN, Yu.P.; 17ELPO".OVA, S I Yu.A., red.; SAYTANIDI, L.D., tekhn. red. (Growing rice on irrigated Innds] Vozdolyvanic risa na oroshaerWkh zemliakh. Voskvao Izd-vo F-va sellkhoz. RSFSR, 1963. 101 P. (MLLA 16:12) (Ricu) m .. kand. SMAND, A.P.9 kande sellkhoze n&uk;jMUMLW sellkhoz. naukj ZATTSKV, V.B.v kand. sel'khoz. nauk; ALEKSANDROVO M.A.1 ORLOVA,'V.P.P"'red. (Rice cultivation on the "Slavianakii" State Fam; based on experience with M.E.Baranova's group] Vozde3,vvanie ri- sa v sovkhoze "Slavians)di"i na opyte zvena. M.E.Baranovoi. Moskvaj Kolosp 1965, 14 p. (MIRA 18:7) OBUKHOVSKIY, B.; KIRICHENKO L. At the Vologda Milling Combine. Muk.-elev. prom. 29 no.7: 7-9 J1 163. (MIRA 17:1) 1. Glavnyy insh. Vologodskogo mellnichnogo kombinata (for Obukhavskiy). 2. Zameatitell glavnogo inzh. Vologodskogo mellnichnogo kombinata (for Kirichenko). KIRICHENKO, L.A. [Kyrychenko, L.O.] Identification (I scme preparitirms for Iccal Ly U~'? method of paper chromatography. Farmatsev. zhllr. 1- no.5:i-.,~-72 162. (MIRA 1. Knfedra f,,ir-m,.it.,,evtlchcskoy khitnii Kiyev:,k(fo u.,jovorr,hcnstvovFiniym vrnehey (zavoduyiishchiy knfedroy - dotsent TF).l -91.nkh) . KIRICHENKC...L.A. y ind rffusive rocks of the K-,',, F-crInsull. Ptleozoic sedimentar- Mntv. po gool. 1 pol. inkop. RSFSIR no.3..,27-" 162. (KIRA l7sl2) KAGAN, F.Ye. (Kahan,, F.M.); VAYSMAN, G A. [Vaisman, H.A.); MITCHENKO~ F.A. (Mytchbnk~;, F.A:I; KIRICHENK0, LA. [Kyrx7c~Ienko, L.O.] Speotropho tome trio anitlysis of alkaloid salts in multiple- alkaloid medicinal mkcturas. Report No. 3. Farmat3sv. zhur. 20 no.5s21-28 965, (M I RA 2 8: 11 ) 1. Kiyevskiy institut wovershenstyovaniyn vrachey. Submitted December 8, 1964. Y3SI1XVSK.AU,K.A*;EIRI B.;KOYZRKAN,Yu.A. _6.~ .0v Characteristics in the development of the Ukrainian strain of the tussah moth In the Ukrain~,Crimea.and Transcaucasia. Zool.shur. 34 no.6:1315-1319 N-D 155, (MM 9:1) 1.1afedrs. eksperimentalluoy ekologii Kharikovskogo gosudaratvennogo universitsts. imeni A.K,Gorlkogo. (Silkworms) - URICMMM, L.B. Alpine bird fauna, of the lagodakhi Preserve. Trud7 Frobl. I i tom. sov. no.9:102-107 160, (MIU 13:9) 1 t - 1. Larodekhokiy gosudarstvenny7 zapovednik. (Iagodekhi Preserve-Birds) NAYDICH, Tu.V#; MMEKENN.% V.N.1 PTSEWXOP V.V.; VASIIJU9 M.L; bagmp'-we Temperature dependence of the surface tehnion of liquid emper. 2"bure fis. khIm. 35 no*38694,-695 Mr 161s (MIn 14:3) 1, Institut metallokeramild 1 tvialinykh splavov. or (Copper) (Surface tension 12 lsqb 33278 3/078/62/007/002/004/019 B119/BI10 AUTHORS% Naydich, Yu. V., Yeremenko, V. N., Kirichenko, L. P.- TITLEt Surface tension and density of liquid alloys of the copper- aluminum system PERIODICALt Zhurnal neorganicheskoy khimii, v. 7, no. 2. 1962, 333 - 336 TEXTs Surface tensions and densities of Cu-Al alloys of varying mixing proportions were studied. The alloys were fused in cruciblesof pure over- burned and recrystallized aluminum oxide, in which also the further teats were made. Surface tension was measured by a method elaborated by the first two authors (Ref. 9t Pizika metallov i metallovedeniye, 110), 863 0961)j Ref. 11i Zmoohuyannya ridkimi metallami poverkhen' tuco-piavkikh spoluk, Izd. AN USSR, Kiyev, 1958), in which particularly large and strictly symmetrical drops of the test substance are usedl thus, the error in measurement is significantly reduced. The density of the melts was deter-, mined from the volume of the drop (ascertained from the ratio d/2h, where d is the equatorial diameter and h the height of the drop on d, and with the aid of a table of P. Bashfort at al. (see below)) and from its weight. Card 1/3 33278 s/078/62/007/002/004/019 Surface tension and density... B119/B110 Measurements were made in vacuo 0 - 2-10-5 mm Hjz) between 700 and 12500C. Results% The temperature coefficient of the density of the alloys is strongly dependent on the Cu-Al mixing ratio (maximum dQ/dT at -95~; by eight Al The isotherm of the specific volumes of the alloys (measured : t 110008-shows that fusion of the components results in volume contrac- tion owing to chemical interaction. The surface tension of the alloys de- creases isothermally (measured at 1100 and 12500 with increasing Al con- tent. (surface tension of Cu at the temperatures indicated rj1320 - 1350 erg/cm 2-) of A1400 erg/cm2). In accordance with the stichiometric pro- portion of CuAl 39 the isotherms of the alloys show a break after which the surface tension decreases very rapidly with increasing Al content. For the isotherm at 12500C the break becomes less sharp owing to the increasing dissociation of Cu 3Al at elevated temperatures. According to the classification of N. A. Trifonov (Ref. 14: V. Ya. Anosov, S. A. Pogodin. Osnovnyye nachals. fiziko-khimicheskogo analiza. Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1947 (Principles of physicochemical analysis. Published by AS USSR, 1947))the isotherm of the surface tension of the Cu-Al system belongs to the third type, i. e., the Cu 3Al compound formed is surface-active as to one Card 2/3 9 SA'7_8~62/007/002/004/019 Surface tension and dansity... B1191BI10 comDonent (Cu), but surface-inactive as to the other (Al). The following papers are mentionedt Yu. A. Klyachko (Ref- 5: Zavodsk. laboratoriya, ,~o 1376 (1937))l S- V. Sergeyev and T. I* Khomehenovoka (Ref. 6j Fiziko- khimicheskiye svoystva metallov, Oborongiz, 1952); V. N. Yeremenko, V. I. Nizhenko, N. Levi, B. B. Bogatyrenko (Ref. 161 Ukr. khim. zhurn. (in print)). There are 4 figures and 16 references: 13 Soviet and 3 non- Soviet. The reference to the English-language publication reads as followss F. Bashfort, 1. Adams. An attempt to test theories capillary action, Cambridge, 1883. ASSOCIATIONs Inatitut metallokeramiki spetsiallnykh splavov Akademii nauk USSR (Institute of Powder Metallurgy and Special Alloys of the Academy of Sciences UkrSSR). Kiyevskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet (Kiev State University) SUBMITTED3 February 13, 1961 Card 3/3 KAYDICH, Yu*V*; YEREMMO, V-M.; XMICHERKOX._: ~.F! Surface tension and density of liquid alloys in the copper - &lumimim systera, Zlzur.neorgakhU, 7 no.9033-336 F 162. (KERA 15:3) I. Inatitut metanokera-i)d apetsialinfth splavov AN USSR i Kiyevskly gosudarstvannyy universitat. (Copper-aluminum alloys) (surface tennion) KIRICIIENKO, L.F.; STRAZIMKO, D.U.; YANKOVSKAYA, ;.F. ............................... ;,--- Exchange of cations on silica gel Jn th,- I~retifince of Ions. Ukr.kbim.zhur. 31 no.2jI,',O-lt,5 165. i~,,I 1 ?. - It ) I. Institut fizicheskoy Iditmii im. L.V.FIsamhev~-kuj,-o AN 71",,rSSR, I. Yiyevnkiy meditain3kly Inatitut im. A.A.Bogozolltsa. KIRICHENKO L F -, CHURM7, V-M-; VYSOI'jYIY, Z.Z.; STPAZHESKO, D.N. p Sorption (if catjoni frCm Be-ld q)1Wions on silica gels obtained by a hydrothemal method. Dok-l. AN SSSR .164 no.3%618-621 S 1650 (HIRA 180) 1, ins",itut fizicheskoy khlmiL im. 1,.V. Plearzhevakogo AN blcrSSR. Sultnitted March 5, 1965. ZMCUMO L.Q. Walorodsk)l ZUKLEMAK, G.A., uchitell (Selo Andreleykap Foltavokaya oblast')j ALISHITS, Me (brovichij, Angorodskoya bblastt); WWOVp V@Ya* (*9rdlovsk) latters to the editor. WorovIs 9 no.2:29 F 163. (ML 160) (Iff GIMM) i rie aavanEageB ui tric invujuu p, uFuox:u al U-M-1 of equipment, increase in labor productivity, reduction in die set-up time, reduction in make-ready between operations, and economics in electrical energy. Y M. 1. Dies--Attachrwnt 2. Industvial equiprrymt-operat Ion Card I/ I k I A' V C- /I / ~ USSfVCultiv,---'.ed Plants. Potatoes. Vegetables. Melons Abs Jour : Ref Zh=v - Biol.j. No 1., 1958j. No 1610 Author : Se,~-hkarevj L.I. Kirichanko Inst : Not Givna Title of Ini-tUal Carzotvi for Selection Orig Pub Sr. po prikl. botan. gen-it.. i seI,4ktsii,, 1957., 31, ffo 2., 226-217. M-5 Abstract A classViaation of cul-ItAvatel carrots in presetted. In the Nori;~-A-West-srn zone.. as starUng material for table varietles -%he Natt3kaya 04., Gribovalmya 0514., the Nantskaya from Ca-31- fur:Ia, Shantene red and others are reconmended. For obtr~Ln- ing s-mmer varieties there are the Valerial Russim locAy GeraL-da and others; for early-ripening varieties thera is the Karotel variety type. Recommendations are given for ob-,~z~-- Lug hotlmd varieties, varieties for the canning indiLitrjj for desication reprocessing., for caro-Un varloties and feed va~- ietiee. Card 1/1 KIRIGMIKO, L.L. comparative characteristics of the results achieved in the determination of fibrinolytic activity by two methodo. !Ab. delo no.3:169-173 165. (MIPA 18:3) 1. Kafedra propvdqYt$kj vnutrennlkh bolezne:l (zavoduyushchiy - prof. V.Kh. V48116fto) I Moskovskogo ordena LenJna maditsinskoecs Anatituta Im. I.M. Sechenova. v.j.; TISHKOVA, mi.; LYA I ITS Syn ti ydroquinr)yie, td, catechol, tertlarY lgityih- kl. khim. 37 no.1-2:2729-2733 :'.hur. pri KMICMMI L.- -S.-I PAME, Yu. Yu., SOLOAV, S., 1. "About the section "DiBeases of Agr1matural Animals" In the abstract Journal "Blologlia" ZR-eferativnyl Dzuzmal, Blologii3q.'.' Veterinariya, Vol. 36, No. 1, p. 94, 1961. ~---KIRICHENKO, L.S. Development of the thyroid gland in young salmon trout of the Black Sea (Salmo trutta labrax Pall,) as related to feeding conditions. Nauch.dokl.vys.shkolys biol.nauki no.4s63-63 160. (mm i3sn) 1* Rekomendovana kafedray rybovodstva Kaliningradskoro takhnichtskogo Instituta rybnoy proWshlennosti. i khozyaystva. (BLACK SEA,--TRCIJT) (TMOID GLAND) IMUCEMO, L.S. On the section Ofteeases of farm ulmalsm in the journal of abstracts "Biologila.0 VaterinAriia 38 nool.;95 A "--"Up (Veterinary medicine-Abetraots) (KMA 1514) 6- lffAll~A .4 - tl PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITA710N SOV/6277 Karol', 1. L., and S. G. Malakhov, Cindidates of Physics and Maths,- matlcs,- eds. Voprosy yadernoy moteorologil; abornik statey (Problems in Nuclear Meteorology; a Collection of Articles) Moscow, Gosatomizdat, 1962. 271 p. Errata slip Inverted. 2GOO copies printed. Ed.: A. 1. Zavodchikova; Tech. Ed.: Ye. 1. Mazell. PURPOSE: The book Is intended for meteorologists and physicists specializing in the physics of the atmosphere. It may also be of interest to oceanographers concerned with the contamination of seas and oceans Wth radioactive waste products. COVERAGE: This is a collection of 15 articles dealing with various problems of nuclear meteorology. The rapid development of the methods of,,radiometry- opened the possibility of measuring minute particles of radioa6tfvo substances Card 06- Problems in Nuclear Meteorology (Cont.) SOV/6277 with a great degree of accuracy. This again made it possible to use radio- active isotopes In various fields of science, including meteorology. Tests of nuclear arms and the dispersion into the atmosphere of the waste of atomic industry necessitated a thorough investigation of the patterns of the spread of aerosols and gnses, sometimes throughout almost the entire at- mosphere, Such investigation to connected with the wide use of the newest methods and results of meteorology and the physics of the atmosphere in general. On the other hand, the distribution in the atmosphere of air manses. labeled with radioactive atoms, gives the meteorologists a new method for the study of atmospheric processes. The entire complex of problems re- lated to the study of the distribution of radioactive Impurities in the atmos- phere And the use of radioactive- atoms as labels in air masses or clouds has lately received the name of "nuclear meteorology" and in regarded as a branch of the physics of the atmosphere. 7%e present collectIon contains some general articles, aa well as articles reporting an the results of special investigations of certain problems of nuclear meteorology conducted in 1960-1961. It is divided in three sectIons. each dealing with a certain type of problem of nuclear meteorology. Bibliographic references are includid at the end of individual articles. Card 24- Problems in Nuclear Meteorology (Cont.) SOV/6277 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Foreword SECTION ONE RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES IN THE ATMOSPHERE, AND THEIR USE FOR THE STUDY OF ATMOSPHERIC MOVEMENTS Karor, 1. L., and S. G. Malakhov. Use of Natural Radioactive Isotopes In the Atmosphere for Meteorological Studies Kirdin, G. S. Ubes of Radioactive Carbon In Geophysical Investigation Kirichenko. L. V, Measurement of Short-Lived Radioactive Aerosols I-nGe Free Atmosphere Card -3-/6- 43 65 Problems in Nuclear Meteorology (Cont.) SOV/6277 K richenko, L. V. Vertical Distribution of the Decay Products of vv!~ 'Atmosphere 75 liation in the Free Siaigina. I I. Measurement of Emanation of Radon From the Surface 6(-Various Rocks 104 SECTION TWO WASHOUT OF RADIOACTIVE AEROSOLS FROM THE ATMOSPHERE BY PRECIPITATION .Kimin, A. ]~. Mechanism of Capture and Deposition of Atmospheric Impurities by Clouds and Precipitation and L. D. Solod na. Washout of the Decay Products of Radon #1vm the Atmosphere by Rain 116 151 Card 4/$q ACCESSION HR: AW?9243 S/0269/64/000/004/007310073 SOURCEs Ref. zh. Astronomiya, Abe* 4*31*492 AUTHORs Kirichenko. Lo V*: Grechushkina, Me Pe TITLEz Radioactivity of the soil and plants in the vloinitor of falling of the Tungaska meteorite CITED SOURCE: Tr. Tomskogo otd. o-va SSSR, Betatron. labor. To=kogo mod. in-ta, 1963, 139-132 Geogr- TOPIC TAGS: meteor-Ito, Tunguska meteorite. radiometric survey. soil radioactiviV. plant radioactivity MINSLATION: A dotailod ground R -survey was made and the 8 -radioactivity of plant ash was detarmined for the purposo of doterming the radioactivity of tho soils and plants in the vicinity of falling of the Tunguska meteorite =*A comparison of this radicaotivitV with adjacant.rogions; the nature and peculiarities of distribution of this radioactivity also were doterxinede Card 1/2 'ACCESSION NRs AR4039243 7he article includes a detailed description of the principles and techniques of the measuron-ants. The radiom3trio sarvoy and analysis of soil samples in the region of the falli g revealed that with respect to content of natural radio- active products this region in no way differs from other regions with sird-lar natural conditions. Tho level of contamination by radioisotopes of artificial origin was caused by tho fallout of produots j~ron nuclear oxplosions. No pattern was found in tho distribution of radioactivity in plants. The radio- activity of annual growth rings of trees waus determined by measuring the ash of rings representing growth incremants of 20 years each. Tho layers for 1900-19ZO do not possess a high radioactivity, but the outer layers for 1940-1960 am mom radioactive than for earlier years. The distribution of radioaotivity of moss in depth revealed a sharp radioaotivity decrease with increasing depth. The radioactivity of the upper layer exceeded by a faotor of 8-10 the radioactivIV at a depth or 25-35 am, He Dlpkonova. DATE ACQ% IZ#V64 SUB CMRS AS ENM 1 00 Card 2/2 KAROL I.L., red.; KIRICUENILO.L L.V., red.; KRAS40PEVTSEV, Yu.V., red.; KURGAOKA-A, V.M., red.; F.ALAM-.'OV, S.G., red.; 1, .TREDA, G.A., red.; YAGODOVSKIY, I.V., red.; KAI,YUZMIAYA, T. P. . red. [Radioactive iBotopes in the atmoophore and their use in meteorology; reports) Radloaktivnyo izotopy v atzosfere I ikh ispollzovanie v mateorologii; doklady. Moskva, Atom- izdat, 1965. 491 P. (MIRA 18:7) 1. Nauchnaya koriferentsiya Vo yadernoy metcorologii, 2d, Obninsk,, 1964. MMAMOV., S. G. I DMITHrMA) G. V.; KIRICHENKO., L. V.; SISIGINA.. T. I. "Diurnal variations of radon and thoron decay product concentration in the sur- face layer of the atmosphere and their washout by precipitation." paper to be presented at Symp on Atmospheric Chemistry, Circulation & Aerosols,, Viaby, Sweden, 18-25 Aug 1965. Hydrometeorological Service USSR. of 111cl;oril-Ild I,,*, i T; t i k i n I r, GURARIYP Moisey Grigorlyevichj, kand. tekhn. naukj IOFE, Stella Simonovnaj PESIN, L.M., kand. tekhn. nauk, red.; N=FZW%_ L.V., red.; SUVOROV, V.A., red.-Itknikograf; PLAKS119,, tekbn. red. [English-Ruasian dictionary on plastica]knglo-rusakii alovarl po plastmassam. Pod wed. L.H.Pesina. Moskva, nauchno-takhn.olovarei Fizmatgiza, 1963. 1" P. (MR& 16:3) (English language--Diotionariea--Ruasian) (Plaotios-Dictionarles) hit ~hc~riz6ntel is viads 'a f exp4t mental, da and the prof Us'. of " the - Co6ftj layer 1- and, tj~ifaci - bounder" I 3 tiblia, And"171ormla'b'' A660OUTION SVBHXTM U -t4 Ilk '!P.4 00 a l L - 1 ' I 51 V 60 CODE 1'~ ED* ~ - 1. ,- 1 '00. ) SHC , . , - 00 rdut PROW '..' T "t -4V v 0 ";, J.t .4~ -7777 -41"s T, 0, till fR rd I KIRICHEM09 M.1, ORWVq A. Role of follow workers' courts in strengthening labor dicipline. Soto. trad 5 noxin-3s N 600 1 OM 1,411) (Labor courts) (Labor discipline) c7-KIRICJqPO-j N.,HA L - _(aaU Sbegarkag Tmskaya oblast') Twenty-seventh PM-Union Congress of Surgeons, Felld i akush. 25 no. 10:62-64 0 160, (MIRA 13:10) 1. Delegat 28-ggo Usesoynznogo S"yzda Kiiirugovv Moskva. (SURGERY-COUGRESSFZ) -KIRIGHENKOg H,#,,--(gglo Shegarka Tamskoy oblasti) Prevention of injuriee in production and in agriculture. Felld. akush. 25 zw-8:43-46 Ag 160. (KERA 13:f) (DWSTRILL ACGIDENTS) (AGRIOULTURE.-ACCIDWS) KiFaCHENKO, M.N. Organization of emergency care for patiento in rural areas. krave Ron. Feder. 4 no,7829-30 Je 160, (KMA 13i9) 1. GlavMy vrach Shegarokoy rayonnoy bollnitay Tomskoy oblaati. (SHEGARSKIY DISTRICT-FIRST AID IN ILLNESS AND INS=) KIRICHENKOP M.N. Traumatological aid and the prevention of injuries in the ShOiarBkiy District of Tomak Province during tho last soven years* Sov, mod, 25 no.11:107-110 N 161. (MIRA 15:5) 1. Iz Shegarskoy rayonnoy bollnitsy (glavnyy vrach M.N.Kirichenko) Tomokoy oblasti. (SIMOARZIY DISTRICT--ACCIDEIPITS--PIUVENTIO.1) KIRICHWO, M. N, Injuries to children in rural areas and their prevontion. ortopop tram i protese 22 no.80043 Ag 161. (MIRA 14:12) 1. Iz Sherarokoy rayonnoy bollnitay (glam,*T vrach - G. M. Semkina) Tomskoy oblasti. (WOODS AND INJURIES) KIRICMKOI M.N. Scientific and pmAlral on th-i for-:~~Allcn c::* C'.,rga- nic anwtmooeo und(,r eKTvrA=e-,t&l tund clinical condAitionz :!n Hyawl from ~Wy 7 to 9p 1962. Sovet. med. 26 no.511.55-157 Vq163 (H'IRA 17 s1) TSYGANKOVA, S.T., kand.biol. nauk; FRANTSEV, V.I.,; KIRICHENKO, M.N' flemopoietic charactarlstica In putionts with Fallotla tetralogy. Ter. arkh. 35 no. 4174-79 Ap '(3. (MIRA 17t1) 1. Iz klinicheskoy laboratorii (zav. I.I.Yevnina) i khirur- gicheskogo otdolenlya (zav. v.I.Frantsev) Instituta eksperi- mentalinoy biologil I meditainy (dir. - prof. Ye. N.Meshalkin) Sibirskogo otdeleniya AN SSSR. KIRICIIENKO 14.9. podpolkovnik FlAght day. Vest.protivovzd.obor. no.9:37-40 3 161, (KML 24 s8) (Airplaneo, Mlitury-Maintenance and repair)