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TEMN1KOVA, T.I.; KOVALEVSKAYA, R.N. Interaction of 1-bromo-2,3-epox)-3-methylbutane withcK -cyano ketones. Zhur. org. khim. 1 no.9.1706 S 165. (MIRA 18:12) 1. Leningradskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. Submitted April 6.. 1965. Card I rovavvsyuklj~~ S.S. KClRLEVC.*M,l,-YA, .".S. "LlFliliffloree o1" C~,- 'ci Uzlv-k llin Fi.vh,-~r n r!." Asi-n State U Am6ni V. Lciiin. Tamllkellty 1056. (Di,serlutt--l.on for the Dnf,rec of C8m-lidab~ in Eiolop- ical Scienoc) So: Knizhnnya Letopi,-%', Vo. 18, 1956, BONDARENKO, O.N.; MTKOV, A.Ya.; VVEDFVSKIY, A.I.; L%-MOV, V.P. [deceased); MEW, K.Z.; WVALEV5KAYA,,5._$_; LJI:CHEVSKIYP I.A.; VABIM, PAZIY, V.K.; -,'.OZHKOIIA, 0.1.; CH22"I'LINA, O.V,; KOROVIN, Ye.P., akaC.p-red.; MUZAFAROV, A.M.P akaday red.; EYDELII-Wi, A.S.,, red.; RAMMOVA, M.D., red.; GORIKOVAYA, Z.F., tekhn. red. (Flora of Uzbehisianl Flora Uzbekistana. Tashkent, Izd-vo Akad. nauk Uzbol-dskoi SSR. Vol.5. 1961. 666 p. (MIRA 150) (Uzbekistan--Dicotyledons) BONDARENKO,, O.N.; BUTKOV., A.1a.; VIWENSXIY, A.I.; KOVALEVSKAYA ' S*SA NABIYEV, M.M.,; CHERNEVA, O.V.; NURATDINOVX-,TFII:-, red.,- GORIKOVAYA, Z.P., tekhn. red. [Flora of Usbekistan) Flora Uzbekistana. Tashkent, Izd-vo Akad. nauk UzSSR. Vol.6. 1962. 629 p. (MIRA 16.5) (ftbeiistan-Compositae) r,UVPJA,V5KAYA, S. V. 176T72 30 Literature.: teal ..'Rec nded Bibli6grapby ofRussian Literature '6n-the-Treatment of-Typboid Fever and Paraty- phoid," S. V. Kovalevokaya, W. S.Koroakova Feld'sher i Akusher','. No 8,,pp 61-64 Lists 21 books and articles of recent years on subject including: "Typhoid Fever and the Feed- .ing of Patients," by.S. Yd-.-BaMmutakays, "Ty-. jh61d Fev6r and P id,".*b$ A. F.'-'Bilibin, .,and L. Ya. Xato-ChernoWoqtova;. "Typtoid Fev'-er and karatyphbid,'" IiY 1. V. viqlkqv~~' iy, . and, "Dif ferential Diagnosis And Treatment of Typhoid Fever," by V. A. - Vyatkin. Brief oil- ies of -each book and article. awl% KOVALEVSKAYA, T. M. i - --,- - L'vivsIka oblast; heohrafichnyy narys. Xyyivy "Radyanslka Shokola", 1961. 3.22 Z-1-7 P. illus., graphs (Oblasti Ukrayinslkoyi RSR) Russian title: Livovskay, ob~st. N3 Bibliogranhy: p. 122 - KOI,&LEVSKAYA, Tatlyana Nikolayevna (Kovalevslka, T.H.1; SHPORTYUK V.I. - latorj; - I Y fflM-P-A-,T.Ya. [Nezhnypapa, V.IA.1, red.; LEBEIEV, I.P.[Lebediev, I.P.11 red. kart; GCRBUPOVA, P.M., [Horbunova, P.M.], tekhn. red. (Lvov Province; geographical study] Llvivslka oblast'; geografichnyi narys. Kyiv, Derzh. uchbovo-pedagogo. vyd-vo "Radianstka shkola," 1961. 122 p. (MIRA 150) (Lvov Province-GeograpIV) GLUKRDVSKIT. S.; KOVAUVSUTA, T.P*, redaktor; XkZLKOVA, V.Ye., tekhnicheski7 redaktor. [Hero of the Soviet Union V.A.lq=ik] Geroi Sovetakogo soiuza V.A.Ivnn:ug Moekva, Voennoe iod-vo Ministeretva oborony soiuza. SSR, 1954. 57 P. (Iqnnik, Vasilii A,) (MLRA 8:5) DRUZHININ, Vladimir Nikolayevich; KOTAMYSX&TA. T.P., redaktor; MYASHIKOTA, T.F., tekhnicheskly (With Czechoslovak friends] U chekhoslovatskikh druzei. Moskva, Voen6 izd-vo Ministerstva obor. SSSR. 1956. 115 p. ULRA 9:8) Ozechoslovakia-Description and travel) nMM, Roman red, Lazarevich; KOVALWSUYt. T,P,, red,; ANIKIRA, P.Pe, tekhn. [Vietnam fights; a Soviet cameraman's noiabook] Vietnam srazhastsia.. zapisid sovetzkogo kinooperatora. Koskva. Toen. izd-vo X-va, obor. SSSR, 1958. 262 p. (MIRA 1IS7) (Vietum, North-Description and travel) IVkN()V, S.K.; KOVAL:-,VSIIA'LA V I - KRUTIKO, V.T.; RUD""ISKIYJ I.T-T, ot-- J~ Tho VIC-.-200 pno=atio fan. Dozop.truda v pi~6m. 5 no.1:22-22 Ja 161. (MIPA 14*-2) 1. Don-ii.;rouglei,,a.3h. Lj . (Mino vontilation) DULIN, V.S., kand.tekhn.nauk; KOVALEVSKAYA V I inzh. ~ * 0 -.-, Centrifugal mine fans with a two-way intake. Sbor. trud. Inst. gor. dela AN URSR no.l2s47-58 161, (MA 151l1) (Vabi, Mechanical) 28(l) SOV/1 19-5--l-11-7/el 5 I ' it M0110RO * L I iididtile of Tt!chnic iJ Sclnnce!!, 11olandt, 0. 11., Eniinecr, Khliatonov, V . N., Eni-jnoer TITLE for Digital Computers (Printsipy ontroyeniya tf3i-frovykh priborov) PERIOD11CAL: Priboroot.royoniye, 11)')5, 14, 11, pp 19-2.5 (us:311) ABSTRACT: If the attempt is made to systemize digit al computers the following result is obtained: I. Volta-e- or resistance measurement is referred to a standard. A) Elec tromechanical group. a) voltmeter b) Ammeter c) Ohmmeter B) Group equipped witli tubes. a) Voltmeter of time is referred to a standard A) Tube line-up group. a) Fro(Illency ]~".eter Card 1/4 1)) Plinsell-lo-Ler T, Duilding Princitles for Digital Couputers SOV/1 19-5F~-", - --7//15 c) Voltneter Tile basic mode of o-i)eration of the devices beloneing to groups I.Aa), R.Aa), II.Ab) and II.Ac) is described in short. The Y,,orl-, of developing digital computers in the USSR be0an in 1935. F. Ye. Temnikov developed a two-difrit compensator with digital report (tsifrovyin otschetom). 14 forcii5n and Soviet devices are tabularized to6ether with their most important data. The follonj-n,7, originated from the Eastern Block: a) Voltmeters Producer: Penza Industrial Institute .-Teasurinp order: direct-ourrent voltage U Mlea sn ri tic 1 sensitivity: OpOO V error.9 in + 091 Ileaouring time: 1,,5 a Mectromagn6tic device with static compensation (steep selector). Det-ermination of polarity is automatized. b) NXI . Avtccompensator AK-4D connected with a strai-r. gauge (te tchik) Sen0i'll-ivity: 97106~~) ...oasiiring errors: + 0,,02 Card 2/4 ;easuring time: 76 0 Buildinj~ Princli)les for Digital Computers SOV/119-53-11-7//15 Electromagnetic device with static compensation. The de- vice consists of a decade-magazine resistance, an ampli- fier for a two-phase tachoCenerall-,or, a balanced -indicator, and a recording device. c) Voltmeter: Produced at llern;a Measurinl- order: direct current voltage Measuring range: 0,5 to 100 V j'.ea311riDg errors: + 0,5 Yeaouring time: I a d) Frequency meter Producer: Akademiya nauk Rumynskoy nerrespubliki (Romanian Academy of Sciences) Measuring ranre: 10, 10 kilocycleD Measuring errors: + 10- Measuring time: 1 and 10 a. respectively e)' Phase-frequency meter Mr-2 Produced at Penza Measuring orders: Frequency, phase shift and number of pulses Card 3/4 M-easuring rangre: 0,01 - 50 cycles, 0,02 - 100 s. (up to Building Principles for Digital Computers 50V/119-5B-11-7/15 200 kilocycles) Measuring errors : There are 5 figures, are Soviet. 0v5 ~fo I table, and 7 references, 2 of which Card 4/14 8(2) SOV/1 1-1-59-2-6!17 AUTHORS: X a Y al e V - V P o p o v, V . SC an d :. d a t e s o f T e c -h n. J_ C al Sciences TITLE: On a Method of Measuring the Phase Displacement of Two Tensions (Ob odnom metode izmereniya sdviga faz dvukh ia_nr3razheniy PERIODICAL: Priborostroyeniye, 1959, Nr 2, pp 16-18 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The tensions to be investigated were stabilized at first. Then their sum or difference is measured depending on the phase angle between -the tensions to be investigated, by means of an a~, c; instrument. The ne-uly developed apparatus employs a special thermistorized amplifier stabilizer which permits te stabilize the tensions to be investigated within a large range without affecting the shape of the tension. The device se::vei-, for measuring the phase displacements of small input tensions which are therefore amplified initially by the valve 6N8 and stabilized in the first stage by a thermistor, type TP2/0- o45 , and in the second stage by a thermistor of the type TP6/2*.~ For measuring the current a magnetoelectrical microamperemetez- with a measuring range up to 100 LqA is used which is put in series to the rectifier DGTs-5 and an add-itional resistan-,q Card 1/3 R = 400009- In order to protect the thermistoro against over- SOV/119-59-2-6/17 On Method of Measuring the Phase Displacement of Two Tensions loading in case of a steep voltage increase ballast resistors of 10 kS? are put in series to the thermi3toro type TP2/10-5. The load capacity of thermistors type TF6/2 is four times that of type T?2/0.5. Therefore they need no ballast resistor in the end cascade. Experiments showed that the measuring errorj at a change of ,'the voltages to be measured of 0.5 to 4.0 V does not exceed 1-5~-~. BY means of a high-resistance voltage divider the voltage measuring range can be extended. The capacitors used in the phasemeter are liberally dimensioned. By experiments the ad- ditional error caused by a frequency change from 5 to 10000 cycles was f ound t o amount onlYto, 1 - 5% of the nnmirial t est value - The measuring error of the phase meter due to charging the valves lies below 0.2%. Variations in,the Supply vOlt--6e of 20% result in a measuring error of less than 0-5i"o'. Phase displacements in the range of from 0-1200 can be measured. By an auxiliary device consisting of an ohmic resistance and an impedance the phasemeter can rithin a wide range also be used as frequency meters. The frequency meter sensitivity can Card 2/3 be increased by using a resonance circuit as impedance. sov/~, 15-59-2-6/-17 On a Method of Measuring the Phase Displaicement- of, Two Terr-icy~~i I'llol'o - NgtivwA aill i 13,~Viol, rorr-rolloo. Card 3/3 14 S/194/61/000/008/009/092 D201/D304 jUJTHORS: Kova1'AK8_kpya V.V. and Belen'kiy, B.Z. TITLE: A discrete method of phase-shift measurement PERIODIC4L: Referativnyy zhurnal. Avtomatika i radioelektronika, no. 8. 1961t 16, abstract 8 A100 (Sb. rabot po vopr. elektromelthan. In-t elektromekhan, AN SSSR, 1960, no. 4, 270-276) TMCT: The existing methods of measurements of the angle of phase-shift between two voltages of disturbed waveform are dis- cussed. The block-diagram of a digital phase-meter based on the conversion of the phase-shift into a corresponding number of pulses is described. The p'liasemeter is useful in measurements of the phase- shift between the harmonic and non-harmonic oscillations, in partic- ular between the pulses. Each of the oscillations, the phase shift between which is being measured, is converted into a sequence of short pulses, produced at instants where the respective waveform Card 1/3 S/194J61/000/00S/009/092 A discrete method... D201/D304 crosses the zero level. The pulse sequences trigger a trigger cir- 0 cuit, so that the positive going rectangular pulses at its output have a duration proportional to the phase shift being measured and inversely proportional to the frequency f. The rectangular pulses are applied to the input of the coinciden6 circuit, no. 1, with pulses of reference frequency fo being applied to the other input. At the output of coincidence circuit no. I groups of pulses appear having frequency fo. These are applied to the first input of coin- cidence circuit no. 2, to the second input of which a pulse of dura- tion T is applied, the duration being a known multiple of the repe- tition period of pulses of frequency f . Groups of pulses thus 0 appear at the output of coincidence circuit no. 2, at the repetition frequency fo and group duration T. The overall number of pulses in the group is proportional'to the phase shift being measured and is independent of both f and f . The range of measurement is 0 - 3600. The frequency range of inputovoltages 25 t 5000 c/s. The indication error is 0.50 at f. = 25 !. 2-500 c/s and 16 at f. up to 5 kc1s. The Card 2/3 A discrete method... input voltage 1 15%. Input fAbstracter's ran 0 3.0 5 _0 80 resistanoo ! 750 note: Complete S/194 61/000/008/009/092 D201A04 V. Allowable mai"n voltage changes 1(a. 2 figures. 4 references. translation2 1-1 Card 3/3 3102h S/573/61/00U/005/016/023 34 C'~o 0 C/ 3 D201/D305 APTHORS: KovalnvpjLayaj_V,-V" Radchenkt, A.N., and Sidellnikov, T_-'V9 TITLE: Prospec-us for the automation of hydro-meteorologi- pal serlices SOURCE: Akaderaya nauk SSSR. Institut elektromekhaniki. Sbornik rabot po voprosam elektromekhaniki. no. 5, Moscow, 1961. kvtomatizatsiya, telemekhanizatsiya i priborostroyeniye, 189 - 201 TEXT: The basic-hydro meteoroiogical Soviet- grid has more than 11,000 stations and posts, with a personnel exceeding 50,000 opera- tors. More than 3,000 observation posts (synoptic stations) produ- ce synoptic information on telephony-telegraphy and radio networks which is the basis of weather forecasts. The rest -- elimatologi- cal stations -- about 8900U observation posts, compile the-iv infor- mation montly in the form of tablee and grgphtl ~if g'oophyotoal pro- ooaam All oynoptleal otatione carry out climatological observa- tions. The short time information is proces8e+ at the weather bure- Card 1/4 31024 5/57 61/vou/005/016/023 Prospects for the automation ... D201YD305 sue of local hydrometeorological service headquarterst at the hydro- meteorological bureau and at the Central Weather forecasts Institu- te. At present there are 35 local weather bureaus. The long-range information is processed at the headquarters of local hydrometeoro- logical services, from which it is sent to the computer section of the Scientific and Research Institute of Aero-olimatology (NIIAk). There are 53 hydrometeorological units. The analysis of block dia- grams of the overall processing of meteorological information is L' given. This analysis leads to the required technological processes if the complex systems of telecontrol, remote signalling and auto- matic data processing were to be installed. The main problems thus arising would be as follows: The development of automatic teleme- tering meteorological stations~ automatic processing of data lead- ing to automatic weather forecasting and automatic processing of climatological information. The latter is to some extent automati- cally processed at the computer centeras!he automation in this re- spect follows at present two main tren . 1) Application of compu- ting methods for forecasting; 2) Automatic processing of synoptic charts. The most difficult from the point of view of effectiveness Card 2/4 31024 S/573/61/000/005/016/023 Prospects for the automation ... D201/D305 is stated to be the problem of developing automatic hydrometeorolo- gical stations. Analysis is given,of the operation of an automatic synoptic station of the weather grid type. The analysis shows that the accuracy required of measurements and the existing methods of' attaining them would necessitate complicated equipment and the in- troduction of various correction fact-ors. At the same time a consi- derable latitude exists with respect to choosing a unified output parameter of measuring instrumentso The most effective would be the conversion of information into a telegrayb codep consisting of a standard number of pulses per unit time. The read-out of stored information should be made in accordance with the availability of communication channels. Thus the operation of an automatic tolemea- suring meteo-station would be determined by a timing unitp periodi- cally producing information on measurements which through a commil- tator and coder are introduced into the storage deviceft A compara- tive table is given of structural diagramay channels usedp and of other technical detailekbf Soviet- and non-Soviet automatic meteo- rological stations. The'~ollowinr, conoluslonB are made: 1) In de- veloping new methods of measurements applied to meteorology, the Card 3/4 S/263/62/000j003/0091015 AUTHOR: Brodskiy, A. D., and Kovalevskava. V. V. 1004/1204 TITLE: Accustical thermometer for telemetric measuremeats PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, otdel'nyy vypusk. lzmeritcl'naya tcklinika, no. 3, 1962, 40, abstract 32.3.247. "Collection rabot po voprosam elektronickhan. Institut ciektioniekhan. AN SSSR", 1961, no. 5, 281-287 TEXT: An electroacoustical thermometer developed and studied by the authors is described. It consists of a cylindrical resonator and a head unit containing the elements of the electrical systems which is composed of two microphones, an electrodynamic system and a transistor amplifier. Acoustical vibrations created in the reso- nator by means of one of the microphones are received by the second microphone. It is reported that the ther- mometer was thoroughly tested and that it was calibrated according to the bench marks, Maximum discrepancy between the experimental and calculated data at calibration points does not exceed 0.58'C while at othet points the deviations remain within the � 0.2 to OYC limit, The thermometer is suitable for temperature telemetry. The device possesses the following drawbacks: first or all it calls for an air tight resonator tube and secondly it requires a good phase characteristic of the entire clectroacoustical amplification chain. There are 2 figures. [Abstracter's note- Complete translation.] Card 1/1 31029 5/573/61/000/005/021/023 D201/D305 AUTHORS: Brodskiy, A.D., and ~s~vlexakay&,__V~VA_ TI-'LB: Acoustic thermometer for telemetry SOURCEt Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut elektromekhaniki. bbornic rabot po vop3rosam 5, Moscow# 1961. Avtomatizatsiyap telemekhanizatsiya i priborostroyeniye, 281 - 287 TEXT: In the present article a description is given of the con- struction and operation of a telemetering temperature to frequency converter designed by the authors, in the form of a cylindrical re- sonator and a head with the associated circuit .P. The electric cir cuit consists of two microphoneep an#eleotrodynamic system and a transistorized amplifier (the transistorized amplifier has been de- signed by V#K* Potapkin)o Audio oscillations are induced in the re- sonator by one microphone and received by the other. The resonant frequency of the thermometer is given by the resonant frequency of the resonator Card 1/4 31029 S/57 61/000/005/021/023 Acoustic thermometer for telemetry D201YD305 C C where c - velocity of sound, L - length of the resonator. From the laws of thermodynamics and taking into account the linear expansion coefficient of the resonator and the second virial coefficient B, the temperature is related to frequency by Y(l + at) 2 . )_ 2BP]P T f (To + R R FO in which T - the absolute temperature, R - universal gas constantp y - ratio of gas thermal capacitiecp M - molecular weight of the gas, p - gas pressure. The practically obtained f = P(t) is very linear from -40 to +4000 owing to mutual cancellation of some of the non-linearity factors. The microphones are connected to the input and output of the amplifier forming with it an acoustic feed- back oscillator. If there is an additional phase shift between the frequency of the oscillator (f0) and that of resonator (f res), an Card 2/4 31029 S/57Y61/000/005/021'1/023 Acoustic thermometer for telemetry D201 D305 error arises given by Af 6 Ae - - acp (5) f0 - 2Q Cos 2A(f 2Q where Q - the quality factor of the resonator and Arf the additio- nalatphase shift. The resonator of the model No. 1 thermometer was filled with dry air. The calculated frequency from formula (1) was 10004.c1s. Using amplifier No. 5 the frequency determined experimen- tally was f0 = 1030.12 � 0.02 c/s sensitivity at To and fo was Sf --,&l.9 c/%U. The maximum difference between theoretical and experi- mentally obtained values of temperature was 0.510. The analytical expression for temperature against frequency curve (found in prac- tice to be nearly linear) has been found to be t P = 0*572fx - 589.160. At present some additional evaluatton the instrument is proceeding to determine the measurement errors~kit is stated in conclusion that the acoustic thermometer as applied for telemeter- ing has the following advantages: 1) The temperature is measured by frequency measurement methods; 2) It is calibrated at two points Card 3/4 S/fflo EVI/000/005/0%1/023 Acoustic thermomecer for telemetry D201 D305 onlyi 3) It mission. Its tor hermetic the electro be possible transducers systems used can be used for long ftstanoe temperature data trans- main disadvantages are the need for very good resona- sealing and the requirement of phase characterias of acoustic circuit. It is *hought that in future it would to produce acoustic thermometers using electrodynamic type MTA-1-59 (MTD-1-59) instead of the previous MTD-1 by the authors, There are 3 figures and 1 table. CardA/4 KOVAIZVSKAYA, Vera Vladimiro BARM, AlakeAndr -Infilk,; AKOVAp L.I., red.; MIGORIYEVA, I.S... red. izd-va; BELOGUROVA, I.A.1, tekbn. red. [Tba TsCh-l digital discrete Pequencymeter3TSifrovaoi diskret- nyi chastotomer TsCh-1. Leningrad, 1962. 22 p. (Leningradskii doir nauchno-tekbnicbeakoi propagandy. Olnen peredovym opytom. Seriia: Pribory i elementy avtomatiki., no-5) (MIRA 15:11) (Frequency measurements) KOVALEVSKAYA TAPiIN, V. K. Blectroacoustic temperature-to-frequency converter. Priborostroonie no.2:3.1-1.3 F 163. (converters) (MIRA 16:5) 9 v 11 a u m is is 0 1, c"4116 ull 6q =-y 7 so .00 .00 401. -An-bwk in ght Wkit-comwokost of mlUkor '00 11041% Mi. 7, 3 3 8 fjkl~. 195 1) in of I'Milko' PlArols ledmet, the 00 pfoWbility uf brcukdownsi due 11) vc-thwk. A pf(4ubdily 111CIISW of ictorrmining the djulocr of Arc- IWIL i% 91%911 GN 6 linik MtIJICF A14 smial wow-, 0 j conluvied Units. f4rctmogfil rLdly Conrimn 111my too of Imiltivis imicase tile -Arcly of see ispetalian and Ww cjmt4cs hiSW %,Auws 10 be too 00 age '00 slTALLMX&L UTIRATLAII CLASSWICATION 114.. Sir,* "I ZO 67, at; 0-1. _T MU 41~ so!* fee o 0 0 0 0 sie 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 6 elk 6 GUJMANOY. N.P.; KOYAJITSKAYA. Y&.P.; RIMAKOV.'V-X-!,--=W#~FV4VS.. KRYLOY, K.I.. prof.; HMVIYLYA. Ms.; [Laboratory work on electromagnotic fields] 4boratornve raboty po alektromagnitnumu poliu. Pod obahchei red. K.I.Krylova. Lenin- grad, Leningr. elektrotekhaichookii in-t im. V.I.Ullianova (Lenin&), 1957. 246 p. (KIRA 11:7) 1. Zaveduyushchly kafedroy nTeorit elektrichestva, mRgnetisma i stroyeniya materii" (for Krylov) (Electromagnetic theory) KOVALEVSKAYA, Yanina Petrovna; YMEYEN, V.I,, red, (Exercises in electromagnetic field theory; steady-current magnetic fieldsj a textbook) Uprazhnen'Aa po teoril elektr,~- magnitnogo polla- magnitnoe pole statsionarnogo toka, ucheb-, noe posobie. Leningrad, Leningr. elektrotekhn. in-t, 19614, 69 P. (MIRA 18-~3) KOVALEVSKAYA, Ye.I.; KURILENKO, O.D. Structural and mechanical properties of starch glues. Izv.vys. uaheb,%av,;:,~.tekh. no.l-.40-42 164. (MIRA 17:4) 1. Kiyevskiy tekbnologicheskiy institut pishchevoy promyshlennosti, kafedra fizicheakoy i kolloidnoy khimii. KOVALMXAYA, Ye.l., vrach Multiple retention of teeth. Stomatologiia 42 no-4t92-93 Jl-Ag'63 (MIRA 17:4) 1. 1z Zhaleznodorozhnoy bollnitsy stantsii Isill-Null Cknskoy oblasti i Kiyevskogo meditsinakogo instituta. KA13AI4,, AP*j iniliol KOVA.LEVSKAYAO Yejep Inzh.j XURMAKO, O.D.y doktor khim. nauk Electron microscope analysin of starch frartiorw in the prefience of polyslaotrolytoo. Pishch, prom. no.2:26-3.1 165- (MIM 18M) 1. Kiyevskiy tookhnologicheakly institut pishchevoy promyshlen- nosti. -KOVALE'VSKAYA, Ye.l. [Kovalevalka, IE.1.1; KMAN, A.P. [Yaban, O.P.1; KURUZNKO,. O.D. [Kurylenko, O.D.j Eleatron miarose6pe studies of carboxymethyleellulose. Dop. AN URSR no.n.-i4go-i493 165, (MIRA 18:3.2) 1. Kiyevskiy tekhnologichaskiy institut pishahevoy promyshlen- nosti. V r~ .) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/5743 Akademiya nauk SSSR. Mezhduvedomstvennyy komitet po provedeniyu Mezhdunarodnogo geofiziche5kogo goda. Vrazdel programmy MGG: Ionosfera. Issledovaniya 11onosfery; sbornik stat6y (Ionospheric Researches; Collected Articles. No. 3) Moscow, Izd-vo AN USSR, 1960. 100 p. 2,000 copies printed. Resp. Ed.: N. V. Mednikov, Candidate of Physics and Mathematics; Ed.: L. A. Trofimova; Tech. Ed.: T. V. Polyakova. PURPOSE : This IGY publication is intended for geophysicists, astrophysicists, and other scientists concerned with the ionosphere and radio atmospherics, COVERAGE: The collection of articles contains the results of investigations on the ionosphere and radio atmospherics, based chiefly on IGY observational data from USSR stations. The articles may be grouped into the three following -categories: Card 1/5 Ionospheric Researches; Collected (Cont.) SOV/5743 1) studies of the morphology and physics of both quiet and perturbed ionospheres; 2) methodology of evaluating absorp- tion and drifts in the ionosphere; and 3) questions on the use of ionospheric observations for practical purposes. No personalities are mentioned. English abstracts and refer- ences follow each article. rTABLE OF CONTENTS: Foreword 5 Shapiro, B. S. An Investigation of the Distribution of Ionization With Height 7 Kessenikh, V. N. Certain Peculiarities in the Geographic Distribution of the Maximum 1~lectron Concentration in the F-2 Layer Over the Urals, Siberia, the North Caucasus, and Soviet Central Asia (1957-1958) 18 Card 2/5 Ionospheric Researches; Collected (Cont.) SOV/5743 Kerblay, T. S., and Ye. M. Kovalevskaya. Correlation of foF2 With Solar Activity'-Indlxr~----~' -- - -- 1 22 Driatskiy, V. M. Processes in the Lower Ionosphere in High Latitudes During the Solar Flare of February 23, 1956 27 Felldshteyn, Ya. I. The Noctural E-Layer According to Obser- vations at the Dikson Island Observatory 34 Pankratova, N. S. Irregular Phenomena in the F-Region of the ionosphere According to Observations at the bikson Island Observatory 4o Cherenkova, Ye. P. Certain Regularities in the Behavior of the Lower Ionosphere Over Dikson Island 51 Gorbushina, G. V. On the Use of Single Reflections for Evaluating Absorption in the Ionosphere According to Obser- vations at D'L.Y'Rcn Island 6o Card 3/5 Ionospheric Researches; Collected (cont.) SOV/5743 Struin, 0. N.)and Ya. I. Felldshteyn. Nondeviating Absorp- tion of Radio. 44ves in the Auroral Zone 66 Gusev, V. D., and S. F. Mirkotan. On Certain Anomalies During an Investigation of Ionospherid Drifts* 77 Rapoport, Z. Ts. On the Question of Determining the M3000 Coefficient 83 Likhter, Ya. I., and G. I. Terina. Certain ReBults on In- vestigating the Intensity of'Radio Atmospherics (Strays) at Moscow 90 Rodionov, Ya. S. A Possible Method of Determining Effec- tive Recombination Coefficients and the Rate of Ionization .7 _M the Ionosphere 95 Zakharov, V. I., and Z. K. Shibayev. Effective Recombination Card 4/ 5 Ionospheric Researches; Collected (C.ont.) SOV/5743 Coefficient in the Ionosphere According to Observations at Dikson Island Observatory 100 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress ,TA/dwm/jw Card 5/5 11-7-61 29500 .5/0.~5/6 1/000/009/0.34,/036 q1 3 0 (lot/( q AOO 1/A 10 1 AUTHORS: Kerblay, T.S,, TITLE- Correlation of f0F0 with indices of solar activity PERIODICAL: Referativn zhurnal. Astronomiya I Geodeziya, no. 9, ig6i, 64, ab- straot 9A551 (V sb, "Issled, ionosfery", no. 3, Moscow, AN SSSR, 1960, 22 - 26, Engl...gummary) TFJCT. The authors analyzed the correlation of foFo with the-number of sun- spots R and intensity of solar radio emission on decimeter wavelengths I. Corre- lation coefficients and correlation ratios were calculated, Analysis wa-S per- formed separately for the epochs of high andlow solar activities. It was established that a period of high solar activity is characterized not only by the change of the regression coefficient, but also by a reduced degree of relation between foPo and solar indices. The conclusion is drawn that Index ! has no advantages in comparison with Index R for estimating median values of foFo. (Abstracter's note; Complete translation] T. Kerblay V\/ Card 1/1 S/169/62/000/007/142/149 9, D228/D307 AUTHOR: Kovalevskaya, Ye. M. TITLE: Communication on frequencies exceeding the maximum applicablefrequencies during diffusion in the E layer P~IRIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Geofizika, no. 7, 1962, 28, ab-' stract 7G181 (Tr. In-ta zemne magn., ionosfery i ras- prostr. radiovoln, AN SSSR, no. 19 (29), 1961, 85-95) TjM: It is sho%m that in the P2 layer the maximum applicable fre7 quencies increase as a result of both diffusion in the E layer and the appearance of rays with angles of incidence higher than those at the time of direct incidence into the P2 layer. The percentage; increase in the maximum applicable frequencies and the resultant field intensities were calculated for cases of single'and double diffui�ion in the E layer. A 5 - 10% increase in the maximum appli- cable frequencies can occur during single diffusion in the B layer, when the field intensity thereby falls by a factor of about 2 in- -comparison with the reflected wave field (in the absence of diffu- Card 1/2 S/16 62/000/007//142/149 Communication on frequencies ... D228YD307 sion). The increase in the maximum applicable frequencies may reach 25 - 40~'- during double diffusion; in this case, however, the field intensity falls by about 4-fold. / Abstracter's notc: Com- plete translation.-7 Card 2/2 KOVALEVSKAYA Ye" Use of electrohic digital computers in calculating the maxiMM usable Erequencies tor communication betwoon two pointq* Goomage A aer. 3 no-5091-994 S-0 163- (MIRA 16.-11) 1. Iristitut zemnogo ms.alnetizma, Ionosfery i rasprostraneniya radiovoln AN SSM. 1/2 .1.-' ~~, ! ~ - -, -.-: ", : ~;:~ ~~ 1~3~ : ~ . -~ - -, -~-, - - ~ - 4 - - ..;~-- - r: ~ '- ~ ! -.a KOVALUSKAYA, Ye. F. YRYLCV, K. I. "Experimental Study of Electrical Fields in Nonhomoc-eneous ',ediw,,s," pp 75-90, ill Abst: A method is developed for stud.,ing the electric field innozi- homogeneous rediums in a sand or electrolytic 1xith. ii description is given of the apparatus user]. It is sl-o,,m that the method may have wide application in obtaining field patterns in insulators, ar~-esters, and other devicos ill wl--ich tie electrical field cannot be found by anal tical means; the :Agnifi- cant degree of accuracy in the use of this method is point~--d out. SCMICE: Izvestiva LeninpT, ElektroteRlin. In-ta im, V. I. Ullyano (Lenina) (News of the__Leningrad Electrical Engineering Institde imeni V. I. Ullyanov Z1-,enin/), No 30, -eningrad, 1956 Sum 1854 AGEYEVA, A.P.; AKSENOVA-CHERKASOVA, A.S.~ aspiranka; VELIKANOV, L.N., bibliotekarl; GAVVA, F.M.; GIRENKO, P.D., Geroy Sots. truda; GUBANOV, M.M., pensioner; GUSIKOVA, T.K., nauchnyy sotr.; DAVYDOV, A.G., prepodavatell; DANILEVSKIY, V.V., prof., dvazhdy laureat Stalinskoy premii; DOVGOPOL, V.I., laureat Stalinskoy premii; 'YELOKHIN, M.F.; YEM4AKOVp A.D.; IVANOV, V.G., prepoda- vatell; KOVALEVICH, V.K.; KOVALEVSKAYA Ye.S..q zhumaliatka; PANKRATOV, A.G.; B)POVA, F.K; -URYASH-O-V",-A.V.; FEDORIN, I.M.,, kand. ist. nauk; FILIPPOV, F.R.; CHUMAKOV, N.P.; SHEPTAYEV, K.T., zhurnalist; VASIKOVSKIY, D.A., kand. ist. nauk, retsenzent; KULAGINA, G.A., kand. ist. nauk, retsenzent; GORCHAKOVSKIY, P.L.0 prof., doktor biol. nauk, retsenzent; BAKHMUTOVA, V., red.; SAKNYNI, Yu., tekhn. red. [Nizhniy Tagil]Nizhnii Tagil. Sverdlovsk, Sverdlovskoe knizhnoe izd-vo, 1961. 294 p. WRA 16:1) 1. Nizhne-Tagillskiy krayevedcheskiy muzey (for Ageyeva, Gusikova). 2. Zaveduyushchiy Zorodskim otdelom narodnogo zdravookhraneniya, Nizhniy Tagil (for Velikanov). 3. Zaveduyushchiy garodskim selt- skokhozyaystvennym otdelom goroda'Nizhniy Tagil (for Gavvia). 4- Nachallnik upravleniya stroitel'stvom Sverdlovskogo sovnar- khoza (for Girenko). 5. Deystvitellnyy chlen Akadamii nauk Ukr. SSRY Leningradakiy politekhnicheskiy institut (for Danilevskiy). (Continu6d on next card) I;j , .. - % - ;It 1-1. . I--- .'... ____ - - __ i ACC NRt 'MM515 SOURCE-Mm:-- uR/1-oloai/,66/ooB/ooli/1302/1304 A. AUTHORS: Kovalevskay~, Strelkov,' P. G. ORG: Sibeiian Branch, All-Union Scientific Research Institut ,e'.~of Physicotechnical and RadiotechniFal -Measurements, Novosibirsk (Sibirs-Fciy I-r-filial Vsesoyuznogo nauchno-isaledovatel'Skogo institut f1z1 -tekh- nicheskikh i radiotekhnicheskikli izmereniy) TITLE: Thermal WXpansion of cadmium iodide at low temperatures Z SOURCE: Fizika tverdogo tela, v. 8, no. 4, 1966, 1302-13o4 TOPIC TAGS: cadmium alloy, iodide, thermal expansion, crystal structure elastic modulus ABSTRACT: In view of recent interest in the thermal properties of crystals with stratified structure, the authors have measured at l9w /V temperature the thermal expansion of a typical stratified crystal,TfCdI . - 2~0 which crystallizes in hexagonal stratified lattice with a layer of Cd surrounded by two layers of I atoms. The tenperature dependence of the coefficient of linear expansion was investigated in the interval from 20 to 270K by means of a dilatometer described by one of the authors else- where (Strelkov, with S. I. Novikova, PTE no. 5, 105, 1957). The 1/2 L 30197-66 XC-C NR, measurements were made along the z axis (perpendicular to the layerz) and in the plane of the layer.s. The Cd12 single cryatals were grown by the Stockbarger method. The plots of the two thermal expansion coeffi- cients were monotonic curves. The perpendicular coefficient exceeded the parallel coefficient by a factor 1.5 at 270K, 1.6 at 80K, and 3.0 near 20K. The results show that the thermal properties of Cd--" do not 2 agree with the theory developed by I. M. Lifsbits (ZhETF v. 22, 1175., 1952). In the interval from 18 to 270K, the ex onent n in the relation 'p never exceeded unity, and was close to 0.36 near 20K. it is pointed out that the Lifsbits theory is based on the assumption that the elastic properties of a stratified cryst U Cal are highly anisotropic, b t there are no published data regarding the elastic constants of CdI2 or similar stratified crystals. Orig. art. has: 2 figures and 4 formulas. SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATE: 17Nov65/ ORIG REF: 005/ OTH REF: 003 Card P/P (f 511331601000101110201023 A054/AO29 AUTHORSg _,._Kpyalevskaya,.,Z.V., Candidate of Technical Science, Karandashov, P.I,, Kachanov, V.P Engineers TITLE. Cooling Rate of Thick-Walled Cylindrical Billets PERIODICALi Stall, 1960, Ro. 11, PP-208-1P41 TEXTs The billets for large-sized thick-walled cylindrical products can have sufficiently uniform properties crosswise and lengthwise only if they are hardened thoroughly which depends primarily on the composition of the metal and on its cooling rate. In order to determine the cooling rate of billets made of 38X)44 MC38 KhN4MF) ty-pe steel, the test products were first heated up to 850-8600C in a vertical oil furnace and kept there until the temperature was uniform in the whole cross-section of the wall. Cooling was effected by water, oil and air. Six thermocouples were arranged at 20,110,30 and 125 mm from the external surface and two at 20 and 30 mm from the inner~ channel. By reference to the test results the cooling rates for billets With 250 mm inside diameter and 170 mm and 200 mm wall-thickness, respectively, in the temperature ranges (in OC) 400-375, 375-350, 350-325, 325-300, 300-275 and 275-250 were determined for cooling in water, oil and air. The cooling rate Card 1/3 S/1 3 3/60/000/011/0 20/0 23 A054/AO29 Coolinv Rate of Thick-Walled Cylindrical Billets 0 is, of course, highest in water. In the 325-3000C range for 170 mm. wall- thickness, for instance the cooling rate in water is 0.21OC/see, in oil o.o660C/sec and in air 6,o095oC/seo. By comparing the cooling curves plotted for the thick-walled billets in various cooling media with the results of dilatometric and magnstometric an lyses it was possible to determine the tem- perature, at which the austenite transformation in the middle of the wall started. The results for 170-mm and 200 mm thick walls were as followss (in 0c") Air Oil Water 170 mm wall-thickness 380 320 285 200 mm wall-thickness 390 340 325 INIth the aid of the corrected version of K.K.Klaptsov's nomogram (Ref.1) 4A is possible to define the time required for cooling in water to a given tempera- ture the middle Dart of the wall (170-200 mm thick) of cylindrical billets made of 38 KhIUM~ and 38KWI41AF type steels. For a wall-thickness of 200 mm it takes 37 minutes, for 170 mm 27.5 minutes to cool down to 3000C, according to the Klaptsov nomogram. The cooling time in oil and air can be defined only Card 2/.3 Cooling Rate of Thick-18alled Cylindrical Billets S/133/60/000/011/020/023 A054/AO29 experimentally. The great difference in temperature between the external surface and the middle part of the wall at tempering indicates that in order to obtain a temperature of about 3000C in the middle part of the wall. required for the decomposition of austenite in the 38KhN4MF type steels, a very thorough re-cooling of the surface zone to about 2000C is necessary. In addition to the above-mentioned factors allowance should be made for the weight of the charge in calculating the durs~tion of heat treatment. The Klaptsov nomogram is discussed in Metallurg , 1932, No. 10-11. There are 8 figures, 1 table and 1 Soviet reference. Card 3/.3 N.; TMNTIYZVA, T., dovereny7 vrach; GORTARI, I., pomoshchnik stalevara; XUKRAW, I., slesarl , strakhovoy delegat; KOVAUV-';KAXA,- Z-, portnikha po remontu spetsodezhd7, strakhovo7 delegat; SHITUNOV, L., kontroler; GHAYKA, M., iuzh., strakhovoy ddlegat; KOZHDffAKIN, r., normirovshchik; ALKOZOVA, L.. felldsher; TSOIDID, F., slasarl . Lk's have more of active initiative and interest. Okhr. truds. i sots. strakh. no.2:9-10 Ag '58. kMIRA 12:1) I.Strakhovoy aktiv Zhdanovskoge metallurgicheskage zavoda "Azovatal" kfor all). ZjIlredsedatell zavkoma, profsoyuza zavoda "Movatall" kfor Sementin). 3. Chlen komiteta martenovskoge tsekha zavoda 'Azovstallu Ver Gontar'). 4.Mekhanicheskiy tsekh zavoda "Azovatallm (for Bukhalo). 5.Yredsedatell mestnogo kamiteta medeanchasti zavoda "Azovstall" kfor KOVal6VBkaya). 6..Hellso-balochny7 tsekh zavoda Azovetall" (for Kutsevals). 7.Utdol takhnicheskege kontrolys. liteynogo tsekha i chlen komisaii zavkoma pe ootsiallnoma straLkhovaniyu zavoda "Azovetallm (for Shitunov) 8.1)omenny7 teekh zavoda "Azovetall" kfor Uhayka). 9.Zamestitell predsedatelya tsekhovego komiteta mekhanichookoge tsekha No.1 zavoda "Azovstallu (for Kozhemyakin). 10.Modsanchast' zaveda 'Azovstall" i chlen komiteta zavodskoy organizataii Krasnoge Kresta kfor Alakeseva). 11.1'redsodatell komiesii po sotsiallnomu strakhovanlyu teekha blyuming zavoda "Azovotall" (for TS*lolo). ('1MMTRIAL'HMIr6NK) YERYKHOV, B.P.;.KOVALISFAYA, Me.; BIGHEVSXIY, I.Ye. Use of organic binders in elactror"--'-al nncking of soils. Sbor. dokl. po gidr. VVIIG no.4.107-110 162. (1.11IRk 16: 7) GUIBVICH, A.H.; KOVALEVSKAYA-TASHWWWO, M*L. Electrolytic method for iBolating uranium from alkaline sol-a- tions of psroxyuranatSB, Trudy Radiov.inst.AN SSSR. 8:53-57 158. (MIRA 12:2) (T-Tranium--Electrometallurv) KOVALEVSKIT, A., mayor administrativnoy aluzhbv, chlen sudeyokoy komiesti. Bliminate finally all deficiencies in the training of radiotelegraph operators. Vben. oviaz. 16 no,1-20-21 Ja 158. (MIRA 11:2) (Radio operator;-Study and teaching) KOVALEVSKIY, A. Izbrtinnye Raboty - latorila Razvitiia Amphioxux imncoolatus (Riatory of the Development of AmDhioxus Lanceolatus) 674 P. 3.50 SO: Your Continent book List, ADril 1954 KOVALEVSK,17Y ". I~L. 37588. Fibrinover, 'ricrovi, e.~,o -,roiskhozhdeniyc-, opredeleni- ~-- 1. .7'. Souto.yaliiye pri ryade vnubrennikh --.1bolevirdy Lvudy !'Fo,;o in-tlk T. TI, 1?49, S. 26-7-98. .Olctovay ;,,, 0 :beic)PL." zhu,,-11~11111,-Ikh stittuy, Vol. 17, 1149 KOVAIEVSKIY, Aleksandr AntonQyich prof.; YABLOKOV, D.D., prof., red, USUM11, AtTop tekbn. red* [Percussion and allscultation; a short course for students and doctors) Perkussiia i auskulltatsiia; kratkii kurs dlia studentov i vrachei. 5. izd. Tomsk, Izd-vo Tomskogo univ., 1961. 169 p. WIRA 15:6) 1. Zaveduyushchiy kafedroy gospitallnoy terapev-ticheskoy klilliki Tomskogo gosudarstvermogo reditsinskogo instituta (for Kovalevskiy). 2. Chlen-korrespondent Akademii meditsinskikh nauk SSSR (for Yablokov). (PERCUSSION) (AUSCULTATION) YABWK0V, Dmitrly Dmitriyevich; KOVALEVSK _", prof., red. toma; VOLKOVA, M.I., a . red. zd-va (Clinical aspects of silicosis and silicotubarculosiol Klinika silikoza i silikotuberkuleza. Tomsk, Izd-vo Tomsko, univ. 1962. 394 P. . (MIRA 16:7) rL4GS-DUST DISEASES) (TUBERCULOSIS) L~ ~' KIT. A.F. Technical improvements at the Tefremov industrial alcohol plant. Spirt.prom. 23 no 8:1-4 157. (MIRA 11: 1) ~Yefremav-Alcohol) s/169/6i/OoO/ooi/oo2/O1l A005/AOOl Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Geofizika, 1961, No. 1, p. 1, # 1G1 AUTHOR: TITLE: The Magnetic Station at Tomsk PERIODICAL: "Tr. Sibirsk. fiz.--tekhn. in-ta, pri Tomskom un-te", 1959, No. 37, pp. 382-383 TEXT: The author describes briefly the variation and absolute pavilions of the magnetic station at Tomsk (the layout and sized of the pavilions, the equip- ment, the values of the variometer graduations) and the preliminary values of the magnetic elements. Translator's note: This is the full translationcf the original Russian abstract. Card 1/1 KHANOV, G.F.; KQWE~UY* A.F., ZHURAVLLPY, V.K.; VASILITIV, N.V. Geomagnetic effect of the buret of the Tunguska meteorite. Izv. vys.ucheb.zav.;fiz. no.2:236-237 160. (MIRA 13:8) 1. Thmskiy gosuniversitet im. V.V.Kuybyaheva i Betatrounaya laboratoriya Tomakogo Meclinstituta. (Tanguska Valley-Meteorites) (Magnetism, Terrestrial) S/169/62/000/009/119/120 D228/D307 AUTHORS: -Kovalevskiy, A. F. and Gordeyev, 0.' X. TITLE: Coil-like magnetoic field disturbances at Tomsk PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Geofizfka, no. 9, 1962, 32, ab- utract 9G234 (Tr.'Sibirsk.,fi'z..-tekhn. in-ta pri Tom's- kom uji-te, no. 36, 1960, 30-33) .TEXT: Coil-like-disturbancea, recorded by the Tomsk Magnetic Ob- servatory in the period from July 1958 to February 1960, are con- sidered. In all there were 57 coils in D (they were positive on 32 occasions and negative on 25). Coils were observed, too. in H on 49 occasions 38 were positive and 11'were negative) and in Z on 33 occasions M positive, 16 negative). The'diurnal variation of the coils is analogous to-that observed at other stations, po- .sitive coils being observed principally in the evening and night, and negative ones in the early morning. The seasonal variation of- the coils-is characterized by a decrease in their number in summer months. / Abstracter's note: Complete tranalation.-7 Card 1/1 S/169/62/000/009/118/120 Ile, D228/D307 AUTHORS; Gordeyev, 00 K,t Kovalevskiyo A. F.'and Likhachev,A.I. - 77 ---------- - TITLE: Relation of solar d iurnal variations on quiet days to the sun's zenith angle PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhur4al,t Geofizikag no. 9, 1962, 32, ab- stract 9G232 (Tr. Sibirsk. fiz.-tekhn. in-ta pri Toms- kom ur;-te, no. 38, 1960, 57-60) TEXT: The authors consider the-changes in the amplitudes of the geomagnetic field elements H. D, and Z in relation to the variation, of the sun's zenith angle during the year. They-state their 'views on the daily magnetic declination curve find on the differential curve of the square of the cosine of the sun's z6nith angle. Z-Ab- stracter's note: Complete t ranslation,_7 Card 1/1 39329 S/035/62/000/007/054/083' ?//0 A001/A101 AUTHORS: Plekhanov.-G. F., 4oyalevskly, A- F-, Zhuravlev, V. K., Vasillyev,N.V. TITLE: On the effect of Tungusska meteorite explosion on geomagnetic'field PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Astronomiya i Geodeziya, no. 7, 1962, 81 - 82, . .abstract 7A585 ("Geologlya i geofizika",, 196.1,-no. 6, 94 - 96) IE M XV: On June 30, 1908, at 0 hr 20.0 1.2 min UT, i.e., 2.8 min after the explosion, the H-component at Irkutsk rose by 23.5jduring 1 hr 20 min, then decreased by 67 rand restored during 2-3 hours. A negative bay of-the Z-component, up to 25.5,6,deep, lasted from 0 hr 18.611-5 min until 2 hr. The phenomenon was no--. wheremore noted,' according to 18 world observatories. Magnetic disturbance is si- milar-to effects observed during air explosions of nuclear bombs on August I and 12, 1958, over the Johnston Island recorded at Honolulu, Palmir, etc. A sudden commencement, H-variation form, and local character are similar features. However, there is no delay at nuclear explosions, and duration of disturbances is less (1 - 1 1/2 hr). The Tungusska disturbance can be explainedby a magnetohydrodyna- mic wave which arose an air shock wave in the E layer of the ionosphere and subsequent dynamo currents. I. Zotkin Abstracter's note: Complete translAtion] ~ ard 1/1 v AUTHORt TITLEt PERIODICALt h5209 .5/203/63/003/001/006/022 A061/AI26 Kovalevskiy, A. F. Characteristics of the motion of charged particles in the geomagnetic field Geomagnetizm i aeronomiya, v. 3, no. 1, 1963, 50 -- 58 TEXT: The equations of motion for a charged particle in the geo- magnetic field conceived as a magnetic trap, that had been set,up by' -C. Stdrmer (Arch. Soi. Physiques et Naturelles, 1907'; Problems, polyarnykh siyaniy [Problem of aurora pol~ris 1, Gostekhteoretizdat, M.-L., 1933)p. and the equations obtained by Alfv6n with the perturbation method for the trajectory of the leading center of charged particles (Koemicheakaya elektrodinamika [Cosmic electrodynamics], IL, 1952).were used to'obtain a number of motion characteristics of protons and electrons by numerical, integration. The'purpose*was to investigate the*r.adihtion belt: O'f'the Earth more.cloaely.- The latitudes of the refl.ection points for charged. particles are shown not to,depend.on the charge, nor on the mass, nor on Card 112 S/203 63/003/001/006/022 Characteristics of the moti6d ...... . A061/A126 the ener 6f the particles~ -ut on the.angle of'particle incidence only. gy The altitude of reflection ~6ints above the Earth's surface likewise de- pends an the angle of incid6nce only. The oycldtron radii of protons and electrons. are investigated,.*dnd the angular,frequ4nciea of particle revolution about the lines 6r force are derivedz',Lj - eH/mc. Thus the angular frequency is energyidependent only by way'o? the relativistic mass effect. The path length of the particles between the reflection points depends only little on the latitude of refiectibn within the radi&- tiori belt. Outside of the radiation belt, the path decreases by:30 :- - - 60%. The period of motion between the refleot-ion'.points depends little on the latitudes. There are 7 figures and 9 tables. ASSOCIATIONt Sibirskiy tizilkort6khnicheskly institut pri Toms~kom gosu- darstvennom,,,uni versitete (Siberian Phyeicotechnical Insti- tute Tomsk State University) SUBMITTEDt June 12, 1%,:,*2 'Card 2/2 ACCSSSION NR: AR4,039z4z S/0269/64/000/004/ocr73/0073 SOURCE: Ref. zh. Astronomiya, Abs. 4.31.491 AUTHOR: Xovalavskiy, Ao Fo; Reznikov, 1. V.; Snopov, N..G.; 0sharov, A,; Zhuravlev, V. K. TITLE: Cert.31n data on the distribution of chemical elownts in the soils and plants of the area of falling, of the Tunguska meteorite CITED SOURCE: Tr. Tomskogo otd. Ceogr. o-va SSSR, Betatron. labor. Tomskogo wd. in-ta, v. 5, 1963, a25-i33 TOPIC TAGS: meteorite, Tunguska meteorite, astronouW, geochemical. anomaly, goobotarq TWSUTION.- The spectral analysis mthod was used to detexTiine the concen- tration of a number of elements in ordor too dotermine goochomical anomalies :in -the distribution of certain chemical elownts in tbo soils and vegetation at the sits of falling of the Tunguska mateorite which could be assoolatad with Card 1/2 ACCESSION NR; AR4039242 the composition of the mateorite. The article describes in detail, the methods of sampling and the techniques used for determining the content of each element. A comparison is made wit1i Imo;,,m abundances and the distribution of olomants was determined along radii from the center of falling and also along zones hav-Ing an accelerated rate of vegetation growth. The Ni, Cr and V in trees was determined by means of layer-by-layer burnIng of the cross sections of individual species or trees and an analysis of the resulting ash. No sharp variations in the content of these- elements waro discovered. On the basis of consideration of all the results the conclusion is drawn that in the region of falling of the -mateorito there is an increased content of a number of chemical elements both in the soils and in the vegetation; these can be regarded as anomalies of various origin. Ni and possibly Co anomalies tend to be found toward the center of the forest flattening and in essence can be associated with the composition of the meteorite. Bibliography of 8 items. H. Dlyakonova. DATF. AcQt 12yay64 SUB CODEt AS ENGLt 00 Card 2/2 PLEKAHNOVJ G.F.; VASILIYEV., N.V.; ZIJURAVLEV, V.K.; KOVALEEVSKIY., A.F. Polarization effect caused by the fall of tho Tim,!Irtiskca motworite. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.,- fiz. no.5:177-172 163. (I~IIRA 16:12) 1. Nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut pri Tomskom politekhniches- kom institute imeni. S.M.Kirova, Sibirskiy fiziko-tekhnichealdy in- stitut pri Tomskom gosudarstvennom universitete imeni V.V.Kuyby- sheva, i Tomskiy meditsinskiy institut. KESSENIKH, V.14; Ionization of the night ionosphere. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; fiz. no. 5'.181-182 163. 'Ml-RA .16:12) k 1. Sibirskiy fizlko-tekhnicheskiy institut pri Tomskom gosudarst- vennom universitete imeni Kuybysheva. ACCESSION NR: AR4036334 8/0169/64/000/003/AD45/AO5 SOURCE: Referativay*y zburml. Geofisikaj, Abs. 3RA AUMOR: Kovalevskiyo A. F6 TTM: Mgnetic effect ef explosion of the T=gu~ka meteorite CITED SOURCE: Tr. Tomskiy otd. Geogr. o-va SSWp Betatron; labor. TOMA090 med. in-ta, V. 5, 1963, 187-194 TOPIC TAGS: meteorite# Tunguska meteorite,, geophysics, geophysical phenomenon., magnetic effects magnetic fields atmospheric magnetic field., nuclear explosion magnetic effect., shockwives hydromagnetic vave, ionospheres Ionospheric pheum- enon TRANSLATION: The falling of the Twaguske-meteorlte on 30 June 1908 vas so- companied by-Various geophysical phenomena, Including magnetic. At the Irkutsk Observatoryp 2.8 minutis folloving the explosion of the meteorite# the records of the horizontal and vartical c=*onmts of the magnetic field indicated an unusual disturbance vhich an the basis of a mnZer of criteria cannot be 1-card 1/2 ACOSSION XR.' AR4036334 attributed to the propagation of baylike disturbances of the geomagnetic field. Pt, can be asserted that this disturbance, in someways similar to a magnetic - storm vith sudden commencement, but of unusually short duration and vith a small mobility of the magnetic field elements, vas caused by explosion of the meteoritee A comparison of data on the magnetic effects of naclear explosions and the ef- fect of the explosion of the Tunguska meteorite leads to detection of a number of features, but &U0 to certain differences,, making it possible to postu- late conceivable mechanisms of formation of the magn tic effect of both nuclear explosions and explosiou of UP- meteorite. In contrast to the effect of nuclear explosions, the principal role In the explosive effect of the meteorite is from a shock vave attaining tba-:p _rAgio4_of__the 4onosphere and causing the movement of ionized gas and also the formation of a bydromagnetic vave In the 3 region. Bibliography of 15 Items.. Ke ZAln.. AC=SION NR: AR1021622 S/0269/64/000/002/000/0069 SOURCE: RZh. Astronomiyaj, Abse AUTHORs Kovalevskiyp Ae F.; Vasiltyevo W, V0. TITIEt The problem of night sky luminescence in the'aummer of i908 CITED SOIRCE: Tr. Tomskogo otdo Geogr# o-va 3SSR# Detatron. labor. Tomskogo med. 'in-ta...v. 5. 1963, 198-202 TOPIC TAGS: meteorological phenomenon., noctilucent cloud,, night sky luminescence$ meteoritep Tunguska meteorite., comet,, atmospheric contamination., volcanic erup- tion, meteorology TRANSLANION.- Extensive meteorological data concerning anomalous optical phenomena in the atmosphere on 30 June-1 July 1908 are diacitaseds These phenomena can be divided into three groupst noctilucent clorass varicolored sunsets and sunrises and night sky luminescence* The intensification of these phenomsna during the men- tioned period. usually is associated with tkw falling of the Tunguska meteorite Card 1/2 AC6=1011 Nits AR4021622 .:and-the scattering of meteor matter into the atmosphere or with the entry into the atmosphere of -the tail of a* swall comet whose head was the Tunguska meteorite* However.. numerous observations at different places in the world indicate that the first-two groups of phenomena were present prior to 30 June and merely attained culmination on.that day and therefore could not be a result of falling of the. meteorite. With respect to the third group of phenomenap they were not observed prior to 30 June. It is an unusual circumstance that the mentioned anomalous phenomena disappeared suddenly several days after 30 June* These phenomena pos- sibly were caused by a number of other factor3j, such as contamination of the earth's atmosphere by volcavic dust as a result of Aleutian volcanic eruptions late in 1907. However, the coincidence of the maximum of activity of the optical phenomena and the falling of the Tunguska meteorite cannot be a.,nsidered random* All the phenomena mentioned apparently have a common cause* Bibliography of 43 titles, L. Fishkova. DATE Acq: o9mar64 SUB CODE: AS ENCL: 00 Ca;d 2/2 card 1/2 ACC NR. A77000585 ,sible to conclude that many features of the two events are of the same nature. Thiz- ~similarity is edditional evidence that the Tungus meteorite exploded and did not mere-' ;Iy break apart a~s some theories claim. SUB CODE: 03,081 SUBM DATE: 23Feb53/ ORIG REF! 007/ OTH IREF: 008 KOVALFVSKIY, A~G.; TRFTIYAKOV, N"P, Syntem of rfmato and cantralized contrcl cf telphb~r cablf,,ways. Gor.zhur. nv.8:59~622 P& 165. (MIRA 18:10) 1. Severc~-Kavkazskiy ftlial Konstruktorskogo byura TSvetmetavtomatika. I SOV/137- 99-1-1499' Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Metallurgiya, 1959, Nr 1, p 1C.)q [.USSR) AUTHORS: Vdovin, F. V., PishchiR, N. S... Kovalevskiy, A. TITLE: Determination of Notch Toughness of Wedge-sh;iped Specimens After Rolling (Opredelemye udarnov vNrazkos?i v klinovyk'h obraztsal