SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT KOSTENKO, S.  KOSTENNIKOV, V.
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S/258/62/002/OD2/007/018
1028/1228
Kostcrin, S. I., Koshmarov, Yu. A. and Gorskaya, N. M. (Moscow)
TITLE: Experimental investigation of the heat exchange of a plane plate in a supersonic rarefied
gas stream
PERIODICAL: lnzhcncrnyy 7hurna*., v. 2, no. 2, 1%2. 263269
TEXT: The papeiprestnts the results of an experimental investigation of the heat transfer of a plane plate
wetted by a S'Upersonic rarefied gas stream under a zero angle of attack. The investigation was designed in view
of the fact that the intermediate region of flow of gases, lying between the continuum region and the ftec
molecular region, had not been studied sufficiently, and that the various approximation methods used to dcter
mine heat exchange in this region needed a careful experimental check. The supersonic stream was created by
means of a nozzle of variable shape, and its plane isentropic nucleus, of dimensions 30 x 30 mm, was used in
the experiments. (The air was heated before entering the nozzle in the experiments on heat exchange). Silver
or copperplates of different dimensions were used, their thickness being such that the ratio of the thickness to
the mean free path was 0.110.05. The temperature at the center of the plates was measured by a thermocouple.
The parameters of the gas stream were also measured.Tho recovery factor, the temperature of recovery, and the
coefficient of heat transfer were determined. The range of variation of the parameters during the experiments
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Experimental investigation of ..
S/258/62/002/002/007/018
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was : M = 2.6  3.2, Re  20  240. Results are compared with the results obtained from different theoretical
formulas based on the continuum model. No theoretical solution is round to be satisfactory. There arc 5
figures. The most important Englishlanguage reference are as follows: Schaaf, S. A. Theoretical Considera
tions in Rarcfied Gas Dynamics. Heat transfer .. a Symposium, Univ. Michigan Engng. Res. Inst. Bull., 1953
SUBMITTED: November 22,1961
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g�T&MW4LL,, inah.
Lxperimental inveotigatiowof wear resistance and operational
features of the 6AFV9xl2 submersible pump. Mekh. i elek. sots.
selikhoz. 19 no.6:5253 161. (MIRA 14:12)
1, Gosudaretvennyy voesoyuznyy nauchnoii3sladovateltakiy tekhno
logichookiy inatituta remonta i ekspluatatsii mashinnotraktornogo
parka.
(PLmping maohinery)
KOSITNKO, S.I.,_inzh.
Methods for determining the optimum operating life of a loaded
centrifugal pump. MekhA elak.sots.sellkhoz. 20 no.4:54 162.
(MIRA 15:8)
1. Gosudarstvennyy voesoyuznyy nauchnoissledovatellskiy tekhnolo
gicheskiy institut remonta, i ekspluatatsii mashinnotraktornogo
parka.
(Pumping machinery)
KOST:'IIKO I S. I.
Doteriaining the optimal nerviteability of a submarnible centrifugal
pump. Sbor. rab. GOSNITI no.17:6168 162. (IIIIIA 17:9)
SAVENKO, P.P.i, KOSOTMO, S.K. (Liyev); DoNIGRVICH, M.I. (Chernovts7)
om"MoaftMMW
Outlook for the development of airborne public health services in the
Ukraine. Vrach.delo n08:851853 Ag 159. (MIRA 1212)
1. Kinisterstvo zdravookhraneniya USSR.
(UKRAINSMONAUTICS IN PUBLIC HFAITH)
KOSTINKOP S.K.; DONIGLIVICII, H.I.
Method for determining the main qualitative indices ofthe work of
stations ofaviation medioine in the Ukraine. Vrach. delo, no.3,1:
123127 N 161. (MIRA 14: 11)
1. Kiyevskaya respublikaukRya stantsiya sanitarnoy aviataii
Ministerstva, zdravookhraneniya USSR i Stantsiya sanitarnoy aviatsii
Chernovitskoy oblastnoy klinicheskoy bolinitsy.
(UKRAINE4VIATION MEDICINE)
KOSTENKO, S.N.
Urea clearance as a function test in tuberculosis of the
kidneys. Urologiia 28 no.2tlO14 YxAp'63. (MIRA 16:6)
1. Iz urologichookoy kliniki (zav.  prof. A.M*Gasparyan)
I leningradskogo meditsinskogo Instituta, imeni I.P.Pavlova.
(KIDNELSTUBERGUIDSIS)
KOSTENKOJ, S.N., assistent,
Functional changes in diseases of a single kidney. Trudy KGMI
no.10:383385 163. (MIRA 18.1)
1. Iz kafedry fakulltetskoy khirurgil (zav. kafedroy zasluzhen
nyy deyatell nauki RSFSR  prof. V.S.Semenov) Kalininskogo gosu
dar.qtvennogr medits'nskogo instituta i kafedry urologii (zav.
kafedroy  prof. A.M.Gasparyan) 1go Leningradskogo meditsinskogo
instituta imeni akademika I.P.Pavlova.
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Certain aspects of the p%nning of water purification processes for
sugar factory boilers. Sakh.prom. 34 no.10:4142 o ,6o.
(MIRA'13 . 10)
!*A
1. KiyovenergonaladkR.
(&agar industrylqulpm,:jnt andeapplies)
(FeedWater purification)
BRJAGINSKIY, L.P.; GRIN', V.G., WSTENKO, LAHEIN, 11,V.; ~iUFKOVA, L.V.
Monumn and olmazine as algicides ueed agninEt filementous
a1gue. Trudy Gidrobiol. ob,ra 14:5265 163. (MIRA 17:6)
1. Institut gidrobiolog:li AN UkrrSR, Kiyev.
VESNA,, V.S.; GRIBACHEV, A.A.; KOSTENKO, S.Vj
Contact2e$3 signal unit. KokB i khim. no.7:3333 J3. 161.
(MIRA 14:9)
1. Konstruktorskoye byuro Mksokhi=asha Gosudarstvennogo
Vsesoyuznogo instituta po proyaktirovaniyu predpriyatiy
koksokhimicheskoy promyshlonnosti.
(Coke industryEquipment and supplies)
(Signals and signaling)
VESELOVA, T.P.; VOROBIYEV, M.A.; YMIKOVSKAYA, Yu.A.; NOSTONG, T.IFj
DOROSMA, M.V.
Toxicity of hexachloroathane for cattle. Vetarimril& Al
nae4s5657 Ap 164e  (MIRA 1728)
1. Voesoyuzrqy institdt gellmintologii imeni akadmdka KJ,
Skryabim.
T~5; 1,07A, T.P. , kOrd. vot. w0r; VC~081IFEV , M.A. , miadahiy nauckmyy
sot,vd1iik; DCPCSH'LXA, H.V.p miadshly nauchnyy sotrudnik;
vat. vrar~h; YOGTEMO T*F. licheiri'y *
zootakhnik 1, 1.11 ~ I y
Sj.gnifieeinca of the Injection of hextchloroethane In medicinal
fcrm to the ~~Exttle witb faz~cicliuzaia. Trudy VIGIS 11F201206
9649 (Km~ 1801)
MARKOV, B.F.; PANCHMM, I.D.;a
,qSAWX.Q,T.G.
Diagrams of phase transitions for RbCl  ZnCl2 and CsCl  ZAC12
UkrAhim.zhur. 22 no*3:287291 156. (KEBA 919)
l.Instiut obshe7 i neorganicheskoy khimii AN USSR.
(Chlorides) (Phase rule and ecrailibrium)
AFONIN, A.G., KOS 0, T.P.
Using metal molds In making ceramic pipen. Stek. I ker. 17 no.61
3839 Je 16o. (MIRA 13:6)
(pipe. clay)
AUTHOR: Kostenkc, V. (Ullyanov3k) 10758738/43
TITLE: Ada`pTTTga__Guitar (Adaptarizatsiya gitary)
PERIODICALi Radio, 1958, Nr17
p 58 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: Two methods of converting an ordinary guitar into an
guitar are described. In *the first, a piezoelement frox. head
phones is fitted inside the guitar case. Because of 1"61!3 great
sensitivity, however, acoustic feedback may result. The
second method consists in fitting electromagnets from head
phones uftderneath the strirg~,. With both these methcdc the
pickup is then connected by a reened lead to the radio
receiver of AF amplifier.
There.are 3 diagranis and I Soviet reference.
1. Stringed instrumentsModification 2. Radio receiversAppli
cations
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,' KOSTXI~K~~Polkovnik
I
In a leading radio company. Voen. vest. 40 no. 1:99jolija, 161.
(MM 13:12)
(Radio. Military)
KOSTENKO, V.
To scorea of foreIgn countrIes,
Vnesh* torg, 43 no.10145 163,
(MIRA 161l1)
GOLEMBIOVSKIY, P.S.,.,KOSTENK09 V.A.
Device for directional signaling of short circuits to grgund in
noncompensated electric power distribution networks. Avtom. i
prib. no.30861 JlS 164. (MIRA 180)
PEGIDVSKIY, V.L. [Pehlovs1kyip V.I,.j;_KQ3TENKO.,_,V,D.; VINNICHENROO S.A.;
KOPYLOV, V.D.
Technology of the manufacture of pressmolds for plastics. Loh.
prom. no.4:14.447 OD 165. (MIRA 19: 1)
TEIIIDVA p VOPO) KOSTUTimp V,604.

SoWation of pratoin from a ponicinitn cbrisopmim micelU
and atudy of ito amIM acid ccinpoeitlon. Ucho zaps .1brds groo
une no*2.7&3235 163, (IUPA 19ii)
DOROZHOVSXlY, Ye.S. [Dorozhovslkyi, IE.S.]; KORDUBA, B.M.; KOSTENKO, V.G.
[Kostenko, V.H.]   M..,w
The Dirichlet problem in plane electrostatics. Visnyk LIviv, un.
Ser. makh."t. no.li915 165.
(WRA l8s12)
Computation of the potential field and trajectories of a plane
electronoptical system. Ibid.t4649 (KRA 18t12)
KOSTENKO, V. G., Candidate PhysWth Sci (diss)  "The integration of certain
nonlinear differential equations In partial derivatives by the group method".
L'VOVY 1959. 7 pp (Min Higher Eduo Ukr SERO Llvov State U im Ivan Franko), 150
copies (KL, No 23, 19590 160)
ZOSTENKO, V.G.
[Integration of oertain nonlinear partialdifferential
equations by the group mthod) Intergruvannis doialtykh
nelinlinykh dyferentsimInykh rivniani v chastynnykh pokhld
nykh grupovin intodon. J6'viv, Vyd.Llvivnlkoho univ.. 1959*
20 p. (MIRA 13:12)
(Differential equations. Partial)
h' 361
S~644/62/000/01Z/019/049
A060/AOOO
AUTHORS: Kostenko, V.G., Yevstaflyeva,,N.V.
TITLE: Certain differential equations invariant with respect to groups of
transformations
PERIODICALi Referativnyy zhurnal, Matematika, no. 12, 1962, 62, abstract 12B276
(Zb. robit. aspirantiv Mekhan.matem. ta. fiz. fak. Llviys'k. unt,.
1961, no. 1, 100  104; Ukrainian~
TEXT: The authors consider nonlinear equations of the form
91  A U  (P (x, Y)  P (U *)  0 , (1) ''
which are invariant with respect to infinite continuous groups of translations.
Let Uf (x, yj U) af + I (Xi, Yi, u) *af + C (x, yp u) af (2)
YX
be an arbitrary operator,
Ulf f af af af f af +
+ + + OL, + OL2 + P, af 2 a f+ 03 af (3)
rx rv ru FP Tq zFt
r
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S/044/62/000/012./019/049
Certain differential equations invariant with .... A060/AOOO
where
doL,
P A~ q'~M OL2Al PAL An (g  r dx dx
OLl dx dx dx dy dy
dy s
do,, d0'2 ~'L2
P2 _ r 8 qa __ _ a t
dy dy dy 'gdx 11ax 3 dy dy dy
is a twice cqntinued operator from operator (2). As follows from the work (RZMe4
1962, M260)~'the differential equation (1) will be invariant with respect to
translations if and only if
U1,
0 (4)
The set of translations which leaves the differential equation invariant always
represents a Closed group. Investigating (4) with cp (x, y)  1, the authors ob
tain for the transformation coefficients the system of differential equations:
a , ag a., al a a 2C a2C a2r 0.
LX  Y Ty  ~U  Pu  0; Tx,Ju TY_TU_ =au
4
AE  F u)' a 2 at P~ + 2 (5)
du 41U  crx =8x a
U;
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8/044/62/000/012/019/049
Certain differential equations Invariant with .... A060/AOOO
Then the authors restrict themselves to the case of nonlinear equations, which
are invariant with respect to infinite continuous groups of transformations. (5)
Implies that E and q, *are harmonic conjugate functions of the variables x and y
and do not depend on u; ~  cu + g (x' y) substituting g in (5) and con
sidering (5) as an identity in u we obtain: ~heorem'l '. To have the equation
6u w F (u) be invariant with respectto an infinite continuous groups of trans
lations, it is necessary and sufficient that P (u)  p ' eku, where p* is de
fi,ned in (3), and k is a,~constant. Theorem 2. 'For the nonlinear equation (1)
With y (x, y) ~ const to be invariant with respect to an infinite continuous
group of translations, it is necessary and sufficient that
y (x, y)  t e 4(x' Y), F (U')  eku
where I (x, Y) is any harmonic function, and k is any constant. I.N. Vekua's
hypothesis (RZhMat, 1962, 2B260) as *to the fact that, to find the general solu
tion of the equation A u (x, y) eu, it is 'sufficient to know that one of
its particular solutions is confirmed from the viewpoint of group sets only for
the case when q7 (x, y)  � Jw (7,)l , where w (z) is any analytic function of
the variable z  x + iy.
[Abstracter's note: Complete trapslation] A.S. Fokht
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7,
PIGULIVSKIT, G.V.; XDZHIN. S.A.; KOSTRIZO, V.G.
4,' 21  ~ ~ 
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Reduction of Imethyllcyclohexens. Zhur.obekhim. 28 no,6:
16561658 A 158. (MMA ll:.8)
I.Laningradekly gesudaretvanW universitst.
(Cyclexexene) (Reduction, Chemical)
iUTHORS: Pigulevskiy, G.V., Kostenko, V. G. SOV/5459123/25
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TITLE: ............................... ......... . . .,
Investigation of Silverfir (Abies Sibirica Ldb.) Gallipot (K
issledovaniyu zhivitay sibirskoy pikhty (Abies sibirica Ldb.))
PERIODICAL: Vestnik Leningradskogo universiteta. Seriya fiziki i khimil,
1959, Nr 1, pp 454156 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The bark of the Siberian f�rs contains in fine channels the
gallipot which consists of. volatile flike terpene) and non
volatile substances. The object of this paper is the investiga
tion of the nonvolatile ingredients which hitherto have been to
an only inconsiderable extent investigated, 2 acids were de
tected in them by the experiments described here; the neoabietic
acid (I) and the abietic acid (Il), Their chemical structure
formulas are given. Furthermore the alcohol abienol was separat
ed as a crystal hydrate from the neutral ingredient of the galli
pot, The investigation of the structure of abienol will be the
object of another paper. The analysis yields first the abienol
which is an achromatic resinous mass. Its quantitative formula
is C H 0 its constants are n 20 1 5332, [a,20 +20.0', The
'
D D
17 30 2
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S011/54519123/25
Investigation of Silverfir (Abies Sibirica Ldb,) Gallipot
ultraviolet absorption spectrum are given.The neoabietic acid
was first obtained as salt of the diethyl amine. It was then ob
tained in pure form by means of boric acid. It has the 0formula
C20H3002' its constants are; melting point 179  1795
[a],5 164.40. The infrared aboorption band and the ultraviolet
D
aboorption maximum are given. The abietic acid was obtained
from the mother solution similarly to the neoab_Jetic acid. Its
constants are; melting point 173  174 50, r,16 115,60, Infra
Lal D
red absorption bands and ultraviolet absorption maximum are given.
All data obtained are compared with data from publications.
There are 7 references, 6 of which are Soviet.
SUBMITTED: April 10, 1958
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PIGULXVSKIT, G.V.; KOSTRZO, Y.G.
Investigation of crude turpentine from Siberian fir (Abios
Sibirica Idb ) Vest.LCAI 14 no.4:154156 159. (MIRA 12:5)
iFir) (Turpentine)
7928568/69
AUTHORS: Pigulevskiy, 0. V., Kozhin, S. A., Kostenko; V. G.
TITLE: Reduction of the Monooxide Limonene With the Aluminumhydride
of Lithium (vosstanovieniye monookisi limonena alyumogidridcm
litiya )
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal Obahchey Khimii, 1958, Vol,. 28, 11r 5,
PF,~ 1413  1415 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The catalytic hydration of the aoxides of the terpene series
into the corresponding alcohols takes place very difficultly
and only with side processes.as was stated already earlier
by the authors (Re2rence 1). The reduction of the oxides Yrith
the aluminumhydride of lithium (LiAlH 4) offers a more con.
venient method for tr&n9fR,rmiY&g aterpene oxidea into alcohols,
if it is not accompanied by side processes, As a basis for
the present investijation the monooxide of limonene (Oxyd
1,2pmenthen8,9) was used which was first synthetized by
11~ A. Prilezhayov (Reference 2). In the re(luction of this oxide
Card 1/2 with LiAlH 4 only alcohols formed, namely', dnoodihydrocarveol
7928568/69
Reduction of the 11onooxide Limonene With the Aluminumhydride of Lithium
ASSOCIATION:
SUBMITTED
of high symmetric purity, and P.terpineol. Both alcohols
were characterized by corresponding derivatives, Besides,
additional combination diffusion spectra were taken. Thus it
was found that the reduction of the monooxide of limonene with
LiAlH4 with opening of the oxide ring into both directions
takes place under the formation of a tertiary alcohol of
Pterpincol and of a secondary one of d.neodihydrocarveol. In
the work by Holub, Herout, Sorm (Reference 6),these authors
seem to have neglected this circumstance, namely that in the
reduction of the monooxide of limenone
', besides 0terpineol,
also /the neodihydrocarveol had formed. There are lo references,
5 of which are Soviet.
Leningradskiy gosudaratvennyy universitet (Leningrad State
University)
May 69 1957
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sov/792865o/63
AUTHORS: Pigulevskiy, G. V., Kozhinj S. A.,_E~
TITLE: On the Problem of the Reduction of 1Methvlcyclohexenel
Oxide (K voprosu o voustanovlenii okisi 1metiltaiklogeksena1)
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal obahchey khimii, 19589 Vol. 28, Nr 6, pp. 16561658
(USSR)
ABSTRACT; The reduction of the 1methylcyclohexeneloxide by means of
lithiumaluminum hydrate (1iAlH ) published by Mousseron and
his collaborators (Musseron) (ief 1) attracted the atten
tion of the authors who carried out a reduction of Ilimo
nene monoxide on the same conditions; on this occasion they
also obtained a secondary alcohol# the dneodihydrocarveol
of high aeymmetric purity besides the only tertiary alcohol
of 1mothyloyclohexaftol1 as menti6ne& by those authors. Both
alcohols formed in the same quantities. This somehow unex
pected course of reaction caused the authors to check moot
exactly the data supplied by Mouseeron and his collaboratorep
13 as they had in view the analogy of the two oxides. The re
Card 1 duction of the oxide of 1methyloyclohexone1 was repeated
SOV/792865o/63
On the Problem of the Reduction of 1MethylcydlohexenelOxide
with special attention being paid to the purity of the initial
products. The combination diffusion spectra were used for
the characterization of the investigated products. The
methyloyclohexens1 necessary for thoroduotion of the oxide
was produaed by the dehydration of the 1methyleyelohexanol
1 by means of the ptoluene sulfochloride in pyridine solu
tion; this had a favorable effect on the further course of
the investigation (yield 66 %). The investigation of the
spectra undoubtedly pointed to the similarity of the synthe
sized hexens. The oxide of this 1mothyleyelohexene19 ob
tained by oxidation with acetylhydrogen peroxide (CH COOOH)
was identical to that synthesized by Mousseron. The lesults
of the reduction of 1:*methvlcyolohexeneloxide with LiAlH
proved completely the'result mentioned in (Ref 1). The onlf
reduction product is the tertiary alcohol of the 1methyl
cyclohexanolli this could also be supported by spectral
analysis by the spectrum line characteristic for tertiary
alcohols in contrast to that of secondary ones. Thus the de
hydration of 1methyleyelohexanol1 by means of ptoluene
sulfochloride can be regarded as a convenient method for
Card 2/3 the synthesis of the individual 1methyleyelohexene1.
s0V 928650/63
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On the Problem ofthe Reduc.tion,of:IXetbvloyclohexeneIO:kide
There are 6 referanoesp 2 of which are Soviet.
ASSOCIATION: Leningradgkiy gosudaratvenW universitet
(Loningrad*State'University)
SUBMITTED: May 6p 1957
1. Cyclohexane derivativesSynthesis
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5.3600 75701
SOV/80321050/511,
AUTHORS: Pigulevskly, G. V., Kostenico, V. G,.,Andreyeva, L. F.
TITLE.
Brief Communications. Preparation of Discrete Linalyl
Chloride
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal prilcladnoy Ichimil, 1959, Vol 32, Nr 10, pp 2067
2370 (USSR)
A13STRACT: Linalool In reaction with PC1 gave a mixture of 110%
linalyl chloride and 60% geraAyl chloride. It is known
that lithium aluminum hydride reacts with primary chlorides
but does not reduce the tertiary chlorides. Lithium
aluminum hydride reacts completely at room temperature with
geranyl chloride, forming dihydromyrcene. LInalyl chloride
Is not reduced In this reaction, and the obtained mixture
of linalyl chloride and d1hydromyrcene was separated by
distillation. Hydrogenation of linalyl chloride and di
hydromyrcene shows the presence of two double bonds in the
above compounds. This is proof that upon r6duction of chlorl
Card 1/2 with.lithium aluminum hydride the double bonds do not reduce
Brief Communications. Preparation of Discrete 75701
Linalyl Chloride SOV/8021050/51
SUBMITTED:
and that the cliloride does not contain an adnilxture of cYclic
chlorides. In comparlson with greraliYl chloride, l1nalyl
chloride has lower specific gravity and amaller refractive
index and is optically active, There are 2 f1gures; 1
table; 7 references) It Soviet, 1 U.S,, 1 German, 1 British.
The U. S. and British references are: I, Frevet, a. Kon, J.
Chem. Soc., 3131 (1950); E, Johnson, R. Bleiz:;ard, H. Carhart,
J. Am. Chem. SOC., 70, 3664 (1948),
December.20, 1958
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5W SOV/20128223/50,
AUTHORS: Figulevskiy, G. Y., !Lo~
TITLE: Abienol, Its Production and Properties
PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR, 1959, Vol 128, Nr 2, PP 305308
(USSR)
ABSTRACT: An alcohol.with an empirical formula C 17H280 was isolated from
the liquid resin of the silver fir (Abies pectinate. D.C.),
and called gbienol (Ref 1). Its crystallohydrate with water
melts at 62 . The authors isolated from among the nonvolatile
components of the resin secretion of the Siberian fir (Ab.
sibirica Ldb.) (Ref 2) an abienol in the form of abienol
hydrate corresponding to the one mentioned in reference 1
(Table 1). It was different in the following points; it was
crystalline, with a melting point at 4042 0 , and had a higher
optical rotation activity. Contrary to the data (Ref 1) abienol
and abienol hydrate contain 2 double bonds each. Hydrating of
the lot double bond proceeds much faster than that of the 2nd
one. This points to their different character. The infrared
Card 1/3 spectra (Fig 1) of the abienol hydrate showed 2 bands cor
Abienol, Its Production and Propertieu SOV/20128223/59
responding to the valence vibrations of C.C: 1600 cm1 and
1
1642 cm . This can be explained by the presence of 2 conjugate
double bonds. This is'also confirmed by the ultraviolet spec
trum. Both in abienol hydrate and in abienol, the groups CH
2
and CH3 were detected spectroscopically. It is very probable
that abienol hydrate contains the group CH.CH 2' The abienol
hydrate isolated by the authors loses water at 90950 on
beating in the vacuum, and is transformed to abienol. When the
latter is dissolved inalcohol, a white precipitationis form
ed. It is amorphous and melts at 1151200. It is an abienol
polymer (C H 0) . Visible light is also capable of effecting
'MRUL. With these results, the contradictory
this polyme a
data of reference 1 become evident: a partially polymerized
abienol was present there. The statement saying that abienol
hydrate cannot be obtained from abienol by treatment with 96%
ethanol was also refuted by the authors. Thus, the transforma
tion of abienol hydrate to abienal, and vice versa, is not
accompanied by any structural changes in the molecule (except
Card 2/3 for polymerization), TheTe are 1 figure, 1 table, and 5 ref
Abienol, Its Production and Properties
erences, 2 of which are Soviet.
SOV/20128223/59
ASSOCIATION; Leningradskiy gosudarstvennyy univorsitet im. A. A. Zhdanova
(Leningrad State University imeni A. A. Zhdanov)
PRESENTED: Zday 11, 1959, by B. A. Arbuzov, Academician
SUBMITTED: may 69 1959
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KOSTENKO, V. G., Cand Chem Sci  (diss) "Investigation of the resin
of the Siberian fir Abies sibirica ldb." Leningrad, 1960. 18 pp;
(Leningrad Order of Lenin State Univ im A. A. Zhdanov, Chemistry
Faculty); 225 copies; price not given; (KL, 1960, 141)
1
54 3400
'(8 _~ L It
SOV~iq30368/69
AUTHMQ: Pigulevskiy, G. V., Kostenko, V. G.
T IT LE Letter* to the Editor. Concerning the EmpLrical For
mula of Abienol
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal obshchey khImLi, 1960, vol 3o, Nr 3, P 105'r (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The authors report that the empirical. formula of ablenol,
sug ested by H. Winhaus and R. Mucke (Ber., 75, 1830
0
)) is in disagreement with the results of analysis
(19
of abienol and ItE, derivative,, separated fvom Abies
sibirica Ldb. The authors suggest a new empirical
formula for abienol and Its derivatives (see table) and
consider ablenol to be a citterpenoid b1cyclic alcohol.
There are 1 table; ,in(' 4 refovencos, 1 Cict,man, 1 Czecho
slovak, 2 Soviet.
ASSOCIATION: LenIngrad State University go*udarstwennyy
universitet)
SUBMITTED: November 17, 19159
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Table A. Data on elemental analyses of ablenol and its
derivatives (in %) . (a) c ompound; (1)) found; (c) empiri
cal formula; (d) calculated; (e) ableriol hydrate; M
abienol; (g) abienol polymer; (h) dihydroablenol (mp
92940); (*) formula proposed by authors; (**) formula
propond by 11. Winhauo and R. Mucke.
I I  C
C C
77.54 11.81
77.70, 1 1.1w Cl H3011
0 ~1.86 11.76
e 78.22 11.83 C'
1H3002 16.62 11.37
78.16 11.88
82.45 11.96 C24HNO,',,
" 82.69 II.S()
$2.58 11.83 ,
crmvu. 82.25 J1.37
82.51 11.78 F2.69 11.84)
82.44 11.76 (CIIH480). $2.25 11.37
Bt.98
12.38 1~
C HMO
82.13
12.40
81.73 12.3.1 C 7 H JOIJ
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Pigulevskiy., G. V., Kostenko, V. G.
Neoabietic and Abietic Acids, Primary Rosin Acids of
Siberian Fir (Abies Sibirica Ldb.) Resin
Zhurnal prikladnoy khtmii, 196o, V'61 33, Nr 2, pp 439444
(USSR)
Siberian fir is used in USSA~ as a source of an bssential
oil containing bornyl acetate; it is also used'in
medicine. The resin is used for the preparation of
Canada balsam substitutes. The authors found that,
similarly to the resin of Abies pectinata D. C. (~er.'
1942, Vol 75, P 1830), the sil*rian fir resin contains
abletic acid (2.5%) and neoabletic acid (5%),. The
physical constants of acids were close to those
determined by other authors (ZhOn., 1958, Vol 28,
p 543; ibid., 194o, Vol lo, p 1894; G. C.'Harris,,T. F.
Sanderson, J. Am. CAem. Soc., 1948, Vol 70, P 339).
The reduction of the acids with lithium aluminum hydride
PIGULEVSKIYJ G.V.; KOSTENKO, V.G. WRKUSHKIN, N.I.
Uniformity of the abietinol of Ruzicka and Meyer. 7jIur.ob.khim,,
30 no.10:3489,3492 0 161. (MM 14:4)
Io lAningradakiy gomuiarstvennyy universitet.
(Abietyl alcohol)
PIGULEVSKIY, G.V.; XOSTENIO#N*G.; KOSTENKO, L.D.
Ascertaining the structure of abletinol. Zhur.ob.khim 31
no.01: 3143 S 161. (MBU 14:9)
1. Leningradskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imenj A.A.Zhdanova.
(Abietyl alcohol)
PIGUIZVSKIY, G.V.; KOSTEUKO, V.G.; KOSTENKOJI L.D.
Elucidation of the otructure of.abienol. Zhur.ob.khim.
32 no.2:656 F 162. (MIRA 15:2)
(Alco,bols)
RIJMYANTSEV, V.I.; VE
CHKANOVV G.k.; YEZHOVp V.A.; KOSTENKO, V.G.
Nature of acids present in a second butyl acetate solution of
penicillin. Uch. zap. Mord. goo. an. no.27.2531 163.
(MIRA 19:1)
T, o'19 ()C,?
som(cii (xion: &,vooom/o/ooo/616/6
A011loA. Dorozhovs _~O. S.; Kor(luba, 11. H. ; Kos teliko, V. 11.
0i' G: None
TITLE: Computation of the field and trajectories of a flat electron optical system
SOURCE; Ref. zh. Matematika, Abs. 1OB405
IIEF SOURCE: Visnyk Vvivs1k. untu. Ser. mekhan.matem., vyp. 1, 1965, 4649
TOPIC %%GS: electron optics, flat electron optics, electron notion, computer/EM
M20 computer
AISTRACT: An electron optical system consisting of three pairs of parallel electro
des is considered. On two pairs of equal length, the potential U1 is given, on the
third pair,&U=O. Field computation reduces to the Dirichlct problem for the Poisson
equation U = q(x,y) (1) in a rectangle, under the condition U u 1 (2) (L 
is the boundary of the rectangle). Now q(x,y) =0 everywhere inside the rectangle,
except on the electrodes, where U(x,y) = u(x,y) (3) . For the solution of tile
problem (1), (2), (3),  the mctliod of G.M. Poloz:hiy is used. Computational formulas
for the calculation of the potential field, and an algorithm for a computerized calcuJ
lation of the coefficients of the relevant system of algebraic equations are given. it
is noted that the use of the extrapolation formula of AdamsSturmer and of the compu
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ted potential field enables the determination of electron trajectories from differen,
tial equations of the type
dil 2 Oy
d3x I au (X,
Wi. T ax
Numeric results of solutions for the problem (1), (2), (3) on the M2D computer are
given. [Translation]
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SOMACE: Ref. zh. Fizika, Abs4 9B126
AUTHORS: Dorozhovalkyy, Ye. S.; Korduba, B. 14.;.Kostenko, V, H.
TITLE: Dirichlet problem for planar electrostatrcs
PM F SOURCE: Zadacha Dirikhle ploskayi elektrostntyky. Visnyk Kyyivslk. untu. Ser.
matem. ta mekban., no. 6p 1964, 152158
TOPIC TAG' electros".*atics, Dirichlet problem, Poisson equation. cqnp
uter awlicati
I TRANS IATION: The autbors, s6lve, the externa,1 Dirichleb rrobiie.m for plamr electro~
staticr, in an unbounded medium Iry reducipg the Ditter to the Interral problem in a
rectangle, for the pojsson equation. Using the s~fmmetry of the problera, they solved
with an elnctronic computer the resultant. system of algebraic equations for the de
'r..ermiriatio, of the unlatown parameters, and also obtain the potential field in any of
the 128,2103 JPternal Junction points of a rcctanGu1&r Grid.
SUB CODE: 20
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AUIHORS: Dorozhovalkyyp Ye._5 Worozhovskiy, Ye. S.); Korduba, B. M.; Kosten1wo VA
ORG: none
T=: 7he Difichlet problem of planar electrostatics
SOURCE: Lvov. Unive Visnyk. Seriya mekhanikomatematychna, no. 19 19659 916
TOPIC TAGS: Dirichlet problem, electrostatics, matrix function, algebraic equations
capputer calculations dipole antenna, slot antennas antenna array
ABSTRACr: Ihe authors solve the external. Dirichlet problem for planar electrostatics
bI an unbounded region using the method of G. N. Polozhiy (Chislennoye rerlbeniye
dvumernykh i tm)dmrnykh krayevykh zadach matematicheskoy fixiki i funktsii
disktretnogo argumenta [Numerical Solution of IWDimensional and 1hreeDimensional
Boundary Value Problems of Mathematical Physics and Rmetions of Discrete Arguments],
Kiev University Publication, 1952). The problems say, of the radiation from several
pairs of dipole or slots situated between two long screens is reduoed by mans of sud
a method to the internal problem in a rectangle for the Fbisscn equation. Ihe matrix
equations and solutions are transformed into a resultant system of algebraic equaticM
based on the symmetry of the problem, and solutions are obtained fbr a nunrber of
screen lengths in a fom suitable for electronic conputer evaluation.  Ihe results am
subsequently used to obtain the portential field. Orig. art. has: 2 and 12
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AUTHOR: Dorozhovs1k7M Ye. S.; Korduba) B. M.; Kostenkoa
TITLE: Calculation of the field and trajectories of one plane electronovtical syst
SOURCE: Ref. zh. Fiz. Abs. llZh3;pv
REF SOURCE: VisrWk Vvivs9k. untu. Ser. mekhan.matem., vyp. 1, 1965p 4649
TOPIC TAGS: electron optiesp electron motion, Dirichlet problem, Poisson equation..
electric potential, electrostatic field, computer calculation, algorithm
ABSTRACT: The authors consider an electronoptical system consisting of three pairs
of parallel electrodes, A potential U  1 is applied to two pairs of electrodes of
equal length, and U a 0 on the third. The calculation of the field of such a system
reduces to the Dirichlet problem for the Poisson equation AU  q(x, y) in a rectangl
under the condition that U = 1 on the boundary of the rectangle, and q(X, A = 0
everywhere inside the rectangle, with the exception of the electrodes, on which
U(x, y) = u(x, y) is specified. Computation formulas are given to determine the
potential field and an algorithm is presented for the computer calculation of the
coefficients of the system of algebraic equations. It is indicated that by using
the AdamsStoermer extrapolation formula, and by assuming the potential field'that
results from the calculation, it is possible to determine the flight trajectory of
the electrons from the system of ordinary differential. equations of the form
1d9y I (x, V) d'x * I au (x, y)
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Numerical results obtained with the M20 electronic computer are presented. 1. Sheli
khcn,a. (Translation of abstract)
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AUTHOR: Dzhldzholava, A. V.t Xonovalovap H. Yn.; Vbstanko, V. I.; Dy4= H* He
2V _
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ORGs 'AllUnion Scientific Research Institute of Single Cryatalsq Scintilla 319
tion MatarFaTs, and aFeclally Pur Chemical SubaE&ncos7(VWciiW nauc 0.
=s,,Sl*a6~iEe~ff'igi7i^Ii~iEfai'*r;;ri~k~fii~1'1*~v','B'i;ii~~lffi~tnionnykh materisloy I
osbbo chistykh khimicheskikh veshchostv)
TITLCt Roacarch In tho field of orga ic_a1ec to. H. Syntheals of
NIacylsubstltuted aglsulfohydrazides and their electret effect
SOURCE: Zhurnal obahchoy khImil v. 3601no. 8, 1966p 1*3681372
TOPIC TAGS: electret, organic synthetic process, hydrazine derivativep
aliphatic carboxylic acid
A13STRACT: .By the reaction of aryIsuirohydrazidos with acylehloride3 in dioxane _
floylhydrazidos of benzene,
at room temperature, NIacryloyl and NImethacr,
p';o1)ieno, pnitrobenzone, and an four plialobonzonesulfonic acids, as won
as the NIacety1hydrazides of ptolueneI pohloro) pbromoI and piodo
bonzeiievulfonic acids., were synthesized and characterized. All the N ti
acylsubstituted arylsulfohydrazidoo exhibited an ability to pass into the electre
Istato. Foi. an the NIaaryloylO, mathaoryloyl, and acetylnubgtituted aryl
'aulfohydrazidea 0, the aurfaao charge of tho cloutret and ita atability with time
'(111ifetime"'0 wer_qjw(LtoAevend upon the method Pf preparation. . In addition..
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Bub3tantial differences between electrets of NO
ArYl,sulfohydrazides were observed acryloyl and 111acetyloubstitaed
determined by the nature of the.acyl radical.
For the NFacryloyl derivatives, the highest charge was obtained in eloctrate
prepared from HOacr7loyl derivatives of pnitroL and piod1obenzonesulfohydrazides,,'
wbilo for the aovlaubstitutod derivatives, the Wheat charge was observed in the
electrots prepared from NI~acetylbenzenosulfohvdrixide, unDubstituted in'the
aromatic ring, The best mechanical proportioq"
'heated 3.01$0 above the Me.1ting point, (ab11!tY for ~triication when
high mechanical strend*.r.)'and the longest
"lifOtimO" were manifested by eleatrets Of ar7lSillfohydrazidea containing un
flaturated.aliphatic carboxyUo_4
3 tables. ..380.Og    oidresidues AnAbo WDositionA, Orig. art* hass
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UWR I Cultivated Flants  Cereal Crope. 143
Alis Jour Ref Zhur  73iologiya, No 13; 1958, No 58584
Author KoStenko
Inat a entResearoh Tadzhik P4gTlcultural Institute
Title Promising Pea Variety G3
Orig Pub Byul. muchn.tekhn. informs Ta4zh n.i. Inta zenled.,
1957, NO 1, 1617
Abstract The hytricl variety of pea G3., raised at the Tadzbik
select station is described. Its yielding capacity
exceeds the local varieties by 2.5 cwt/ha. The agro.
techny a,A me&w of pea veevil (Bruchus pisorum) control
are describedo
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GAZIZ0Vj M.S,j,kand. gool.miner. nauk; LEBEDYANSKAYAO Z.P.,,'inzh.;
UNKOVSKAYAp N.F.p lnzh.;. W5TENK0, V.1 I inzh.;,PA0Z0PDV, L.B.,
kand. takhn.nauk; BESpAWv, p.M., inSh.; KRAVCHUX, S.V., insh.;
KRUPKIN, L.V.) insk.;KRUPKIN, L,V., inzh*; BF.ZPAWVA, S.I., insh.;
SHCHERBATEHO, A.p., "sh.; KCNMOV; G.V., kand. gibl.mineral. 
nauk, r6ts6nxeRt; VASIL'YR*F.V:,, doktor geol.minera'l. nauk~
retsenzent; SHEVYAKOV,L.D.,akad. tv.rm.; MAN #KOVSKITIG. 1. IotIVs todf;
STOLYAR0V,A.G,,red.iZdvs; GUSEVA,A.P. t'41ft.red.; RyLINA,yu.V..
red. 0 tak*.
(Experience in l0w9rlsg~ Owwater table in mfoe"I deposits under
complex hYdrOgeological conditions] Opyt vodoponiahenija na
mestorozhdaniiakh pol~wWkh iskopawVkh so Sloshayni gidrogeole
gicheakimi uslovij&ni~.. Moskva,
411 P. Izdvo Akad.,"uk SSSR, 1963.
(MIM 16:5)
lo Akademiya Itauk sSSR. Ingt
.itut $0=090 d~la. 2.,'Cklen
korrespondent Akademij nauk SSSR saveduyuthchiyjo jatoriy
spetsialinykh sposobov prokhodki bo ey
zheniya Nauchno 90rn#h TYrabotok i vodoponi
iseledovateliskogo instituta Kurvkoy magaitnoy
anomalii (for Manlkoy3kiy).
O&ter, Underground) (Ore deposits)
ACS,E,%UM NJU AP4041336 510119/641000/0041001410016
AUTSIORS Kostembe, V. 1.
TITLIC: Nghgsagitiwity jewperaftre regulator
sOURCz: rroer"treyodye, ". 6# 1964* 1416
TOPIC TAGS: regulators temperature regulator, high sensitivity ten*srature
regulator, crystal growing
ABSTRACT: The sensitivity of existing AMcarrier temperature regulator* is
inadequate for precise temperature control in largemine furnaces. A phase
modulation (PM) temperature regulator is suggested whose principle of operation
ensures: (1) Upon a deviation of the controlled temperature, the controlling
voltage phase varies gradually and (Z) With any value of the controlled tempera
ture, the value of the control voltage remain* constant.' The regulator sensitivity
is determined by the phase transfer factor of tbA measuring scheme and is
CWd
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ACCUSION MR: AP4041339
independent of the control voltage or the amplifier gain. A static continams pU
experimental model ad a ten"rature regulator is described which consists of a
phase modUl&t0we an 0=91ifterlinliter, a phasespneitive element, OW a final
control unito As conventional carrierenvelope correction methods are
inapplicable to this r6gWAtOro the PU control volt&#* is once more phase.
umdul&t*d by the voltage derived from a correction circuit. A madel with a
30SOOC range was mood for coocolling the temperature oj & crygt&l.growing
electriz furnace; it is reported that the temperature deviation wastO.O&SC St do'
300C point. "G. L. Siburyayev took part in building sad aligning the re
gda"r.
Orig art. bas: 3 figures and it jerawl".
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D211INHE11M, A.B., KONOVALOVA, M.Ya., KOSTIENKO,~L.%, EMITIMOV, N.N.
Study of organic. electrets. Part lit Hydrazides of aromatile
sulforile acids. Zhur. ob. khim. M no.5~831833 My 165.
(MJRA 18:6)
1. Vaesoyuznyy nauchnc~ssledovatellakly Anstitut, manokristallov,
itsintul Ilya tvionnykh mate:ialov I osobo chlatykh khImicheskikh
veshchestvp qlar"kov.
UR/0286/055/000/olo/004T/0047
R: AP5a16T35
621.113.07
AUTHOR: _1~ostenlko V. I.
TITLE: Highsensitivity thermoregulator. Class 21, No. 171040
SOURCE: Byulleten' izobreteniy i tovarWkh znakov, no. 10, 1965, 47
7,7IC' TAOS: thermoregulator, bridge converter
a voltage
k:~:~,',~'T: The propose,1 thermoregulator contains a bridge converter,
"fier, a phasesensitire rectifier, which ~,)ntrols the voltage choke, and a
va,
orrective circuit. The first two arms of the converter consist
1 7~ flrd Pnd ',)urth arms
t:~ermameter and a variabIe
n t ~1 " n _ a P a Ci~~ r e a ce el,~ainatc
ellminate th _,mp,)ne.)*' _r the
Prduced by the c~Dnvertar, tl~
of two diodes ,~i;_,h slF  the ircijit
vt! feelba!
~~ni 'cute of the amplifier. The a neki~'
ircuit which loops the power amplifier amd cor.':s.~ns a 1 mie
Is applied from a separate potentiometer.
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,31mr,je de7i" for the input of Fgnal c.~,rrowtion. Y~Ib:rostroenle
no.6.23 Te 10'5 (MIRA 18:7)
MPEYNOV!KIY, V.M.;,KOSTEM VK
.L__
Drying mechanism for sunflower seeds rich in oil. Izv.vys.uchob.
zav.; pishch. tekh. no.6:6672 161. (MIRA 1512)
1. Krasnodarskiy institut pishchevoy promyshlennosti., kafedra
tekhnologii zhirov.
(Sunflower neogDrying)
KOPEYKOVSKIY, V.M.D kand.tekhn.nauk; KOSTENKO, V.K., inzh.
Changes occuring in the acid mimber of sunflower seed oils from
high oil content spocies in connection with drying. Masl.zhir.
porom. 28 no.3sl217 Hr 262. (KM 15:4)
I
1. Krasnodarskiy institut pishchavoy proEphlennosti.
(Sunflower seed oilTesting)
KOFMOVSKIY, V.M., Icand. takhn.. nauk; KOSTENKO, V.K., inzh.
Effect,of.the.Iflov.rateaf"the.heat ca=ier on the rate of
drying of slinflower ss~dIs,,.' Meal.zhir. proin. 28 no.10t
13t..16 0 1,62., (WRA 16:12)
2.
1. Krasnodarskiy institut pishchavoy pronyahlennosti.
KOPEYKOVSCIY, V.M.; KOSTWQ,_Y.x.,
Effect of the vitality of the sunflower seeds with high oil content
on their keeping quality in storage. Izv.vys.vcheb.zav. *pishch.tekh.
no.5:1418 163. MRA 16:32)
1. Krasnodarskiy politekhnicheskiy institut, kafedra tekhnologii
zhirov.
SWdying the dryink p~~sii highoil o6nteA'VjsuqfIOW.'.qO6dA pinder
induatrial condhions.1kal.2hir.
prom Ag .1 62.
(MM 17s2)
1. Krasnoda~akiy institutleptlMdhevoy promyshlaninosti.,
KOSTENKOI V.K.; KOFEYKCVSKIY,, V*M.
St
the stepped eystem for drying Bunflower seeds,
Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; pishch. tekho no.6:1415 163.
(MIRA 17:3)
1. Kraanodarskiy politekhnicheskiy institut, katedra tekbno
logii zhirov.
KOPEYKOVSKIYO VA, kand.tekhn.nauk,; KOSTEMKO, V.K., kand.tekhn.nauk
Changes in the acid number of oil and losses of dry matter during
the drying of sunflower seeds with high oil content. Masl.zhir.prom.
29 no.9t713 3 163. (MM 16:10)
1. Krasnodarskiy institut poshchevoy promyshlennosti.
KOPEIKOVSKIY, V.M., 1CMITIMM, 34K.
Modification of protein substances of higboil sunflower seeds
under different drying conditions. Izv.vys.ucheb.zav.; pishch.
takh. no.30154 062. (MIU 15:7)
19 Krasnodarskiy institut pishchavoy pronyablennosti., kafedra
takhnologii zhirov.
(Sunflover seedDrying) (Proteins)
KOPEYKOVSKIY, VA; KOSTEKKO, V.K.
Effect of the conditions of the thermal drying of sunflower
oilseeds on the oil quality. Izv.vys.ucheb.zav.; pishch.tekh.
no.4:7276 162. (MRA 15:11)
1. Krasnodarskiy institut pishchavoy promyshlennosti, kafedra
takhnologii zhirov.
(Sunflower seed oilTesting)
KOSTENKO., V.L., inzh.
I
Colorimetric methods of determdning the amount of phosphorcontaining
substances in oil. Mul.Lshir.prom, 28 no,11:912 N 162,
(HIRA 15 .12)
1. Krasnodarokiy institut piohchevoy promyohlemosti.
(Oils and fatsAnalysio)
KOSTENKOP V. K.
Effect of the thickness of ttm blown lAyer on the drying rate
of high oil content omflower seedes Izvo v1s, uchebe zavej:
pishch. tekh. no.5:6872 162. (MI4 15.10)
1. Kraonodarskiy inatitut pishchavoy promyshlennosti, kafedra,
takhnologii shlrov.
(sunflover seedDrfing)
RUSTMOP V. K.; KOPEYK(YVSKIY, V. 9.
Iffoct. of thermal drying on the modification of the pbyaio
logical and biacbesicalcharseterisitics of high oil content
mmf1mmr,Zedm,,1sv'.. vys. uebeb. 2av.; pishch. tekh. no.5:
103108 0 (MIRA 15:10)
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tekhnologii zhirov. ,
(Sunflower seediDrying) (Molds (Botany))
KOPEYKGVSKI1 9 V . M. ~ ~, 0, V'?
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vosposinaniia uchastnika. rueskoiaponskoi voiny us more v 19041905
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SOURCE: Ref. zh. Kbimiya. Abe. SS35S
AUTHOR: Kostenko, Yu~, N.~_
TITLE: Highmolecular polycaproamide, a valuable material in machine I
CITED SOURCE: Sb. tr. Kafedry fiz. Luganshy mashinostroit. int, v. 4, 1964,
1621
TOPIC TAGS: polyeaproamide, caprolactam polymerization, machine part, alkaline
polymerization, polymer crystal linity / capron
TRMSLATION A description is gLven Gf the alkaline polymerization of,,copralac.
tam and of the chief advantages of such a capro over ordinary c1pron qn the
manufacture of parts used in machine building. It is shown that alkaline poly
merization produces a polymer of higher molecular weight with a tower Mnomer
c,ntent 1'6.9% instead of 10.12%), having a high degree of crystallinity that Is
uniform throughout its mass. Tho process is accelerated by a factor of 5 to 6',
and the cost of the mold is cut 10 ta 50fold. The method makes it posaLble
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charazteristics of the highmolecularweight polycaproamide are given. T.
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