# SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT KOPYTOV, V.D. - KOPYTOVA, M.V.

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KOPYTOVt V. D.
GKCRYT, I.A.; XOPTTOV J.D.-
In the Department of Mechanics and Mathematics. Vest.Rosk.un. 9 no.6;
143-145 A 154. NLRA 7:8)
(Mechanics) (Mathematics)
16(1)
AUTHORS: "-'koryy, I.A., University Lecturer, and SOV/55-58-2-33/35
Kopytov, V.D., Scientific Assistant
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TITLEt Lomonosov - Lectures 1957 at the Mechanical -Mathematical
Faculty of Moscou State University (Lomonosovskiye
chteniya 1957 gods. na mokhaniko-matematicheskom fak-ulltate
b1GU)
PERIODICAL: Vestnik I;Toskovskogo Universitety. matematiki,, mekbaniki.,
Jr 2,pp 241-246 (us"jn)
astronomil, fiziki) khimii,, 1958 /-;/'
ABSTRACT: The Lomonosov lectures 1957 took place from October 17 -
October 31, 1957 and were dedicated the 40-th anniversary
of the October revolution.
In the genbral meeting A.N. Kolmogorov, Academician spoke
"On Approximative Representation of Functions of Several
Variables by Superposition of Functions With Less Variables
and P_ -Entropy of Classes of Function". The lecture generalizes
the results of Kolmogorov, A.G. Vitushkin, V.I. Arnolld and
V.M. Tikhomirov. The contents has been already published
(Daklady Akademii nauk SSSR,114,5)- Professor Kh.A.Rakhmatulin,
Member of the Academy of Sciences of the Uz SSR, spoke on
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Lomonosov - Lectures 1957 at the Mechanical- SOV/55-58-2-33/35
Mathematical Faculty of Moscow state University
"Investigation of the Boundary Layer of the Motion of a two-
Component Liquid".
Thr other lectures were given oeparately in the sections
mechanics and mathemati~,s. The follorving iectures were given.
1t Professor L.F. Sretenski.v; Corresponding Member, AS USSR
Propagation of Sound Waves From a RotatIng Deformed Ball.
2. Professor G.G. Cherxvy: The Flow Around Thin Truncated
Bodies by Gas With High Supersonic Velocity.
3- Professcr S.N. Nikiforov s Properties of the Calculation,
Construction and Structure of Hydroteshnical Dikes on the
Rivers of the Cenfral Strip of the USSR.
4- Professor A.Ya. Sagomonyan s Penetration of a Rigid Body
into the Ground.
5. M.Z. Litvinov--Sedoy, Senicr Scientifin, Assistant a On the
Synthesis of Control Circuiis With Bounded Interval of
Variation of the Controlled Variable.
6'. V.A. Lomakin, Candidate of Physicall-Mathematical Sciences s
Scalar Plastic Metal Properties Undei Variations of
Structure.
7- Professor N.A. Slezkin t On Some Questions of the Flow
Around Porous walls.
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Lomonosov - Lectures 1957 at the Mechanical- SOV/55-56-2-33/35
Mathematical Faculty of Moscow State University
8. A.L. Pavlenko, Lecturer s Generalization of the Theory
of the Transverse Shook Against a Flexible Thread.
9. A.G. Kulikovskiy, Aspirant s Flow Around Magnetized Bodies
by Conducting Liquid.
10. N.V. Yeremeyevq Leoturer t Instruments for the Analysis
and SyntheSiB of Mechanisms.
11. V.S. Lenskiy, Lecturer s Some General Laws in the Be-
havior of Multiply Loaded Metals.
12. V.D. Klyushnikovt Aspirant % A Variant of the Theory of
the Increases of Deformation and Elasto-Plastic Stability.
13- Professor M.I. Vishik and Professor L.A. Lyusternik i
Asymptotic BAavlor of the Solutions of Linear Equations
With Small Parameter in the Derivatives.
14- Professor O.A. Oleynik : Some Non.-Linear Partial
Differential Equationd (Survey of the Results of.T.D.
Ventsell, Chzhou Yuy-linl~ N.D. Vvedenskaya, A.S. Kalash-
nikov, Ye.S. Sabinen, S.L. Kamenomostskaya).
15- Professor M.R. Shura-Bura and
-P.N. Trifonov, Senior
Scientific Assistant s Automatization and Programming.
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Lomonosov - Lectures 1957 at the -Mechanical- SOV/55-58-2-33/35
Mathematical Faculty of Moscow State University
16. A.D. Gorbunov; Lecturer and B.M. Budak, Lecturer i
Difference Methods for the Solution of Hyperbolic
Equations.
17- N.S. Bakhvalov s Number of Calculation Operations for
the Solution of Elliptic Equations.
18. V.I. Lebedevq Aspirant s Difference Method for the
Solution of the Sobolev-System.
19. Professor Ye.B. Dynkin t Markov Processes and Semigroups.
20. A.G. Kostyuchenko; Candidate of Physical-Mathematical
Sciences s Decomposition of Differential Operators With
Respect to Generalized Eigenfunctions.
21. P.A. Berezin, Candidate of Physical-Mathematizal Sciences%
Foundationa of the Theory of Spherical Harmonics on Mani-
folds.
22. V.M. Borok, Aspirant t General Properties of Partial
Evolution Systems.
23- V.A. Uspenskiy, Candidate of Physical-Mathematical
Sciences s On Constructive Mathematical Analysis.
24. P.L. Ullyanov, Lecturer s Reversal of Terms in Trigono-
metric Series.
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Lomonosov - Lectures 1957 at the Mechanical- SOV/55-58-2-33/35
Mathematical Faculty of Moscow State University
25- I.G. Petrovskiy, Academician and Ye.M. Landis, Senior
Scientific Assistant i On the Number of Boundary Cycles
of a Differential Equation of First Order With a Rational
Right Side.
The contents of all the lectures have already been published.
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B/055/60/000/03/07/010
AUTHORS: Dobrovollskiy,l. KoUtov,V.D., and
Lyu Guannin
TITM Analysis of Contact Pressures of Thick Stamp Plates of a Heavy
Stamping Press %A
PERIODICAL: Vestnik Moskovik6go universiteta. Seriy4 I, matematika,
m*khanik&, 1960,IFN6. 3, pp. 60-66
TEXT: By.models of &.transparent opticaLly,active material the contact
pressures of thick-atemp plates.wert determined experimentally. The
experimental results were compared with the results of approximate
computing methods. Since the calculations were made under very rough
assumptions of approximation, there is only a partial agreement between the
experiment and.the approximate calculation. Nevertheless the author is of
opinion that the usefulness of the approximate methods (Ref.2,3,4,5) is
confirmed by the experiments.
There are 7 figures, 3 tables and 5 Soviet references.
ASSOCIATIONs Kafedra teorii uprugoeti (Department of Theory of Elasticity)
SUBMITTED: September 9, 1959
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ig.gllo 4Aa,";' 8/032/60/026/009/014/018
B015/BO56
AUTHORS: Shchegolevskayal N. A.t Morozov, B. A., Skoryyj 1. A.;
Kopytov, V. D., Sokolov, S. 1.
mommor-17 I --/
TITLE: The Use of Epoxy Resi Wof the Type Ek~~CHS~~_2200 for
the Polarization-optical Method
PERIODICAL: Zavodskaya laboratoriya, 1960, Vol. 26, No. 9, p. 1149
TEXT: An optically active synthetio,resin was obtained by using the
Czechoslovakian epoxy resin of the type Epoxy-CHS-.2200 with phthalic
anhydride as hardener. The resin mentioned differs from the much used
epoxy resins of the "-tYPe 340 *(E40) and 3A6 (ED6) by having a lower via-
coBityg'and a homogeneous mass being nevertheless obtained with phthalio
anhydrid2. The molten anhydride (40 9) iB added to the epoxy resin
(100 g) heated'to 1200C, the mass is carefully mixed, poured into pro-
r j
heated molds, and left in the thermostat for 24 hrs at 100 jC and then
for 21 hra at 1200C.'The'properties of the resin are tabulated. There
&is I table and 1 Soviet reference.
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S/1.10/61/000/002/002/009
E194/E455
AUTHORS: Dobrovollskiy, I.P., Engineer,
Kartashkin, B.A,, Engiticer. Kopyt.Ov, V.D., Engineer,
Skoryy, I.A., Candidate of
Sciences
TITLE: An Investigation by the Photo-Elasticity Method of the
Stresses in the Assemblies Used to Fix the Active Steel
in liydro-Alternaiors
PERIODICAL: Vestnik elektropromysh-tennosti, 1961, No.2, j)P,8-13
TEXT- The assemblies used to secure the stator cores in hydro-
alternators sometimes fail, principally near the The
assembly is loaded by "lie radial magnetic cxt(.ract.ton of' the ji~-Jes
and by tangential forces due to Lur-'~iue. Tae ratio
of these loarlings is differeot under difL'ereat conditions And as yet.
suMciently rellable mothods of determining- them CIO not exist,
These loadings and the places of highost stress at-C LISWA11V
deLeri-itined by CUll-scale tests on assemblies , using strain gauges,
The location of the strain gauges is -3elt-cted arbitrarily. For
accurate design it is necessary to determine separately the
stresses due to the axial and radial- loading so as to assess their
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E194/E455
An Investigation by the Photo-Ela5ticity Method ...
coinbiried action. Then when full-scale tests are made, the strain
gauges can be placed at the most significant poinLs. It is also
important to determine the stress distribution in the thickness of
the rings that support the keying ribs. Stress changes resultiog
from alterations in the rigidity of the joints are also import
It is not possible to study all these probleirts by mean.-; of
scale tests. Accordingly, tests were made by the photo-elasticity
method, using transpnrent models in polarized light. This method
is effective for determining the stress distribution over the whole
rangeand, moreover, no initial stresses are introduced in the
manufacture of the models which could distort the results, The
princIples of the photo-elastic methods of stress determination are
briefly explained. It is noted that, if the models are heated under
load to a temperature of 100 to L50"C and then slowly cooled und;!r
load to room temperature, the stress condition may be rel-1-ined in
the model and is not altered when it is sectioned. S'V 01.,,i meanrj'
the sections may be studied to det