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An Earth Dam on a Weak Muddy Foundation 98-58-3-6/22 of the dam sagged faster than others during construction. After 6 months of operation, the sag of the dam amoanted to 0.5-1.8 m after which it stopped sagging (Figure 1). After a year the dam was levelled off and has remained unchanged. It was observed thO 1) the sag of the crest of the dam is not in proportion to the width of tho muddy deposits because the maximum sagging of 1.8 1A occurred around borehole Nr 1, where the width of the weak muddy soil was considerably less than around borehole Nr 2. The sag of the base of the dam is in proportion to the width of the muddy subsoil in accordance with the data obtained from all 5 boreholes. 2) the sagging of the bottom of the dam, as revealed by boreholes, was as followat Nr 1 - 1.2 m, Nr 2 - 2.5 M, Nr 3 - 2.3 B--, Nr 4 - 1.6 m and Nr 5 - 2.7 m. The average sagging is approximately 2.1 m, which is roughly 50~o of the stratum of muddy soil. 3) the nature of the sagging of the body of the dam around bore- holes, Nr 3 - 4 took place during construction. The remaining sag of 0.6 m occurred only after the dam was completed. Around boreholes Nr 1-4, sagging was slower and developed principally after completion of the dam. 4) the cross section profiles of the dam remained practically unchanged (Figure 2). 5) although the dan Card 2/3 has been built from the same tiaterial throughout, filtration AN Earth Dam on a Weak Muddy Foundation 96-58-3-6/22 characteriatios of the soil vary in different parts of the dam. There ar.e.2 figures. Card 3/3 1. Dam&-Construction 2, Dan-Test methods KUZOVLEV. G M,, inzh. - t,'--.-- Changes in the all-Union state standard for determining the permeability of concretes used for hydraulic structures. Gidr. stroio 30 no,1:40-43 Ja 160. OtRA 13:5) (Concrete-Permabil$ty) I -AMR KUZOVIEV,.- G.M. p-inzh.; GAPEy.EV, S.P. Use Of a.sphalt-conerete lining, Gidr# I BtrOi- 30 no-5s22-25 M 160 (AsPhalt concrete) NMA 24J (Rooervoirs) KUZOVLEV3, Gem.; MERZON ------------ 0 M.I. Some notes On the Idesign cfwater-izltakg buckets. Yod. i 'gan* tekh- no.3:2.1-23 Mr. r63.. (Water'"'OUPP17 engineering) (MIRA 34."7) AUTHORS Kuzovlevp G.M.9 Engineer 21605 S/097/63./000/007/001/001 DOWD112 TITLE- On planning and calculating eapecially-heavy and hydrated concretes PERIODICAL: Beton i zholezobetong no- 7, 1961, 312-315 TEXTs A method of calciilating*the borr6ot composition of'especially-heavy and hydrated concretes witha loltimetric weight-of over 2.6 t/m is de- scribed. These oon6ret6b'are'-us6d in constructions designed to provide protection against radioadtivit:~_O- Hydrated conoretes should have a content of chemically-combin6d *at~r-6kdedding- 201/V of the weight of the cement, Ag- gregates used-in-these--concretes-are-either crushed limonite (F 2033H20) or agg:-egates having a formula Mn'H-O 'where Wis the chemical composition ef 2 P the aggregate and n is--the-nVinber-of-m6lecule's of chemically combined water* Heavy iron'orbs,and_barytds'aTb iisually*used as aggregates in especially heavy concret6so-but other_aggre-k&tb6-d6h Also*be used provided they have the required volumetrio weight.'The f6llowing table shows the relationship between the volumetric weight of concretes and that of their aggregates: Card 1/7 On planning and caloulating S/097/61~1090/007/001/001 DO54/Dl12 Volumetrio weight of Volumetrio weight of ooncretes in t/m3 aggEegates in t/m3 2,8 3-3 - 3-5 209 3-4 - 3.6 3. 3.6 - 3-8 -3-1 3-7 - 3-9 3.2 3-8 - 4. 3-3 4. - 44 3.4 4-1 - 4.2 3 05 40 - 4 - ", 3.6 4-4 - 4-5 3.8 4.7 - 4.8 Card 2/7 1 605 S/097/61NOO/007/001/001 On planning and calculating D054/D112 Volumetric weight of Volumetrio weight of V3 concretes in tz in t/m3 amreizate . 2.8 - 3,3 - 3-5 2.9 3.4 - 3.6 3. 3.6 - 3-8 .3-1 3-7 - 3-9 3.2 3-8 - 4. 3s3 4. - 4-~ 3-4 4-1 - 4.2 3-5 4-3 - 4-4 3.6 4-4 - 4-5 308 4-7 - 4.8 Card 2/7 21605 ... B/097/61/000/007/001/001 On planning and calculating @*.a DOWD112 If neededg a higher volumetric weight of aggregate can be obtained. by the addition of metallid scraps or steel'6hotsp provided-that the composition of the concrete is uniftrm_t~r6ughout * 'Until'this question has been studied in greater detailg the scrap-tiibble iatib should not exceed 0.5 9 1; only the amount of scrap may be*inoreasbdo Practice has shown that the relation- ship between the components 6f'espedially heavy concretes is similar to that of conventional-type'e6ficreteso According to'NIIZhBp this relationship is expressed in two extreme maximum and minimum - formulas: R = 0-55R (Cem/W - 0-5) (1) conor cem and Roonor - 0.4,r-R om(Cem/17 - 0.6) (2) The dependence Of R on the Cem/W ratio must be tested-on actual ag- conor gregat6s before fixing the oompgaition of the concrete mix, When hydrated ore sand is used as an'aggregatel"Llhe water consumption will increase 10-15% in comparison with cofiventional-tyme coficrete and will further increase by 20 if hydrated ore rubble is also used. To diminish the cleavage of the card 3/7 21605 3/097/61/000/007/001/001 On planning and calculating D054/Dll2 concrete mix it is recommdnd6d'to consider-that the size of the cone slump is 0 - 4 amp and to prepare very tough concrete mixese The composition of especially heavi, concretes-can beletermined'by the following method. When R28 ~ 300 kg/cm , R e. = 400 kg/cm and the volumetric weight (v) of the concrete is 3.6 t/Jp'the Cem/W ratio.can be calculated from the formula (1) C em/W oonor 0-5 300 4-0.5 - 1-88- . Acem 0 U 0 + 400 - 0-55 The verage water consumption for the accepted 3-4 am cone slump is 175 kgjJv whence Cem = CeM/W x W 1-88 x 175 = 330 kg/M3 The amount of chemically combined water in concrete made from portland ce- ment with a water content of 20/d-,will be Cem = 0.2 = 330X0.2 = 66 ko/m3 EAbstraoter's note., Obvious misffint in the left side of the equation. The symbol.must be W (f( Oard 4/7 21605 S/097/61/C'00/007/001/001 on planning.and calculating DOWD112 The concrete will loose during the drying out process 175 66...109 kg/m3. of taterv and its rated volumetrio weight (v~ has to be increased by 109 kgq v V +.109 3,709 kg/m3 .oonor conor - The weight of the aggregates. (A)..will be A voi,.,-(Cem-# W)--39709 --(330-.+ 175) 3204 kg The sand/rubble ratio i's uisudll~ between 0.47 and 0~55, Taking the mean sand/rubble ratio as 0.5 we obtain Sand = 3~04 x 0.33 190,57 kF, Rubble v 1204 x o,67 29146 kg Card 5/7 21605 SA9 71c-, -Z/000/00 7100-000-Z On planning and calculating too% The tIotal weigbt (S) of 1 m3 oY. fresbljr-laid concrete Fill be S = h 4k. -Qe'M 4 ~i 3121)4 33QJ 4 '115 - 3 $1C39 'kg and after the drying out S' 3-9709 log 3,600 kg. The volume.of.ag6-regates will be., A - 100 W M V00 175 - 0.74 m3 3 01 ~3ol CAbstraoterib note. obvious misprints the first number in the right part of the equation must be 1,0001 The volumetric weight of the aggregate block will be 4-45 t/m3 0-719 The same method is'applicable for determining the composition of special h,ydrated concretes, but the f ormula (2) is to be used in this case. If the Camd 6/7 .... S/09f)W~000/007/001/001 on planning and calculating .&** D054/Dll2 amount-of chemically-combined watet'"in thb'bondrete mix is less than re-' quiredv the usual Portland cement odfi be replaced by the aluminum cement. In cases *hen.- aggretat6a (sand and i~bble) 'are made of different materials and the rubble contains not less thah- 50%o' of metallic scrap, the -preliminary calculation of'volume'and weight of aggre,&,ates (X for sand, Y for rubble *and Z for'scrap) is ma"de*as fo1l6*s,'_Th6volume of .Vis 50 of the volume of Y * Z, or 2X Y + Z; the total volume'V i~ X+Y#Z; the total weight of all aggregates whenbe- -(X4Y) =,& ; the volume of scrap is 50% of the volume of rubblev 96 that'2Z --Y' -The solution of these equati6ne gives the preliminary' dompo6ition-of the-oonorete'mix'with added scrap, The name of Professor Skramtayev is mentioned in the article. There is I table. Card 7/7 h'"LIMIU;lry G."lop inzils ( fpfl " llgrwl ) so".16 nctes on the cic-31LPI Of lflij-ge sum water lnta~as. Vod. i san. Lekli. no.!.-I'i-*!g ja 164 (1,111RA 18s2) -K'UZOVLBV G-MI., inzh.; 1=01, :Lnzh-. -Dmimimg the channels of heat networks. Vod. i san. tekh. no.2t 9-12 F 164 (MIRA 18:2) MOVLEV, G.M. Consolidation of the shore in the area of the Kudepsta River estuary. Transp. strol. 15 no.9:22-23 S 165. (MIRA 16:U) KUZOVIEV G.M inzh. (Leningrad) 1-1---~-,.:j Designing reservoirs and sea water intakes with canala. Vod. i san. tekh. no.1:3-5 Ja 166. (MRA 19:1) iw(. twou.34UI5 SOURCE CODE:__ UR/0213/~Ci6o-676-c..5/-ogo-6-1'0-9-1-1- AUTHOR: Solov'yev, A. N. (Leningrad); Kuzovlev, G. H. (Leningrad) ORG; none TITLE: Water-temperature anomaly'near the middle of the east coast the Caspian Sea SOURCE: Okeanologiya, v.,6, no, 5, 1966, 906-911 .TOPIC TAGS: hydrographic survtVp temperature gradient, hydrottateorologyp ocean property,, sea waters low temperature# water temperature / Caspian Sea ABSTRACT: The summer water temperature trends are analyzed using lo~%-period obser- vations from a number of hydrometeorological stations in the middle ~-f the west and east coasts of the Caspain Sea. 'Some examples showing the dependence of water tem- perature on the wind-indsiced onahore and offshore movements of water are given. The hypothesia.attributing the abnolzmally low"water temperatures near the.east coast of the Caspian Sea to the inflow of,ground water is shown to be unfounded. The main cause for the lower water temperature near the east coast as compared to the west coast is the offshore movements of water. Orig. art. has: 4 tables, SUB CODE: 08/ SURM DATE; none/ 'ORIG REF: 006 Card UDC: 551.465 '46/ 62/63(262.8) GUSARSKIY, V.V., inzh.; KUZQYI~~, Lfil-j inzh. fifoot of ki~a"um on the grain'size of KA8 alloys.,Metalloved. i term. obr.met. no-.2:57 IP ~IMM 34'3) Al4apesiua4mnganese alloys---~etanography) KUZOVLEV) I.A.,; GUSARSXIY, V.V. Spectral method for deterAining a thoutandthe of one per cent of boron in alumin= alloys. 7av. lab. 28 no.911076-1078 162& . I (MkA 16:6) Almimm anays-spectra)' Boron~Anilysis) ~ AFy~qljZD, JG/JD L 18913-63. q) ACCZ99ION NRt AP3006&V S/0129/63/000W/0057/0058 Kuzovleyj M.. ka AUTHMS: Ousarskiyx V*~V#j TITU3 Fining of X&8 1~ 40Y grains Cie -.S0t1R0Et Meta a i termicheekava obr&bOt~a Xeta1lovs no. q#-1963# 57--58 TOPIC TkGSt Alloys metals metal fining, 14A8 alloys metal grain structure.. vx65-i 3, allcYs Znx Zr, Mg. Mni Ce, zinc% zirconium, magnesium, manganese$ ce i dove AMTUCTs AU develo a metJW' for fining the structure of the Xk-8 allcy (maeusi eo os-iGeri?jM)V*dah makes it possible to obtain up to 80% J M'O 9~M an frCE I tO 3--EWS0 grain. The remainder' consists of average grains* The fining effect is obtained by introducing vy,65-1 allcV rejects into the charge* VM65-1 pncV contains 5.5% Zn and 0.5% Zr. Orig. art. Has., 1 tabletl Card SLOBODIN, V.141.; IVITYUK, Yu.I.;-KUZOVIEV, F.E.; NAGAVYEV, 'u.!'LUP:'-PZEVfi-,7. ME SEC HARINOV, IS. L ;BR=.OV IrM= Bye' VOUPF. A.: F,-OffAKwP.0,8 red.; ZANOVA, N.N., red.izd-va; TMUVA, 111.F., (Distribution and specialization of,agriculture in Chelyabinsk Province] Razmesbahenie i spetsializatsiia sellskogo khosiaistva Cheliabinskoi oblasti. Sverdlovsk, Ali &SM, 1963. 204 p. (MIRA 16:12) 1. - Akadeviya nauk SSM. Ural I skiy filial, Sverdlovsk. Mel ekonomicheakikh issladovaniy. (Chelyabinsk Province-Agriculture-Economic aspects) G'f MKO --KUZOTERV ORMYL ?.I., inzh.; S.A.-. monter ,Suggestions of the efficiencr experts. Avtom., telem. i eviazi 4 no.10:29-30.0 160. (MIR& 13:10) 1, KrymakWa distantsiay signalizataii i avyasi Severo-Mmkasakor dorogi (for Gordiyenko). 2. Mogoohinakaya dietantsiya signalizatsii i svyasi Zhbaykallskoy dorogi (for Kuzovlev). (Railroads-Signaling) (Milroade-Comyranicat Ion systeno) -kvzonjx.-S. V1. ~3�137 Litne shtoW, Torf, prowtv, JV~q, No. n, s. 16-17. .so. IAUpial ZhrurAll rWkh Statey. No. 49, 194 KUZGVIOEV S.F. agronom-entomolog A- More attention to the biological method. Zashch.mat.ot vredA bol. 5 no.7214 -T1 160.. (MM 16A) 1. fashoblotryad po Boate-ndykakomu rayonu, (Bostandykskiy District-Insects, Injurioum and beneficial- Biological control) KLI.3010'LlZ.,o,j, V. A. I~iririe stowt-bollors tinfl onglties; a text-book. Yoskv!l, Izd-vo Yinisterstva rechnoro flo',~a -:,SSR, 194-9. 26.1 D. (50-38220) VE741. K85 .I k1JZOVLNV, V,A., inzheiier-makhanik; TARETBV, V.M., doktor tekhnichookikh MMX, professor, redaktor. [Technical thermodynamics] Tekhnicheskaia tormodinamika. Izd-3. rod obshchei, red. V.K.Tareava. Moskva. Gos.izd-vo vodnogo transporta. 1953. 330 P. (Thermodymmics) (ML1IA 7:3) 0 /a V~ v ~fe i T) IMOVIEV, Vitaliy Alp"andrqvich; TAPMM,V.N., ridaktor; PLMOV,V.Se. retsenient; SHWX;NNnWA,Z.V., redaktor; MRASNAYA,A.K., tekhnicheskly redaktor [Principles of heat engineering] Omnovy toplotakhniki. Moskva, Izd-vo "Rechnoi transport,* 1955. 195 P- (XLRA 9:3) (Heat engineering) KW Y% I salrovich; TARNYU, T.M., professor, dok-tor OGQNM - ar f 61 Kln%c a 9 i w r#redaktor; SHLUNIKOVA, Z.V.. redaktor izdatell stva; EMNAYA, A.K., tekhnicheskiy rodaktor (Technical thermodynamics] Tekhnicheskaia termodinamika. Izd. 4-oe. Pod obshchei red. V.M.Tareeva. Moskva, lod-vo "Rechnoi transport.~ 1956. 338 p. (MLRA 9:8) (Thermodynamics) M OZ iy,, Ale ksg*~pyjpO, KO OGORTSIV, P.Ya., red.; POTAPOV, ;'-KA9-9 P.)L, red. izd-va,; KWIMIK, G.M., tekhn, red, [Steam boilers and engines for river and lake vessels] Rechnye parovye kotly i mashiny. Isd. 3.. ispr. i dop. Moskva. Izd-vo 0.11achnoi transport." Pt. 1. 1958. 301 pe (MIRA 11:11) (Marine engines) (Boilers, Marine) Y.A., ~etsenzent, AKIKOV, P.P., red.; BIRYUKOV, VaoilIq Xuz1#1ch VOLCHOK, X.Mop tekhnered, [Internal combustion marine engines] Sudovye dvigateli v'nutrennego agoraniias Izd- 3. Leningrad, Izd-vo *Rechnoi transport," Leningrad. otd-hie. 1958. 360 p, (KIR-A llig) (Marine engines) KUZOVLEV. Vitaliv Alakoandrovich; TMYEV, V.M., prof., doktor tekhn. nauk, red,; VCLGy&-.r--X.'~ [Principles of beat engineering] Osnovy toplotekhniki. Pod red. V.M.Tareeva. Izd.2. Loningraa. Izd-vo wReahnoi transport." Loningr.otd-nia, 1960. 199 p. (MIRA 13:11) (Beat engineering) h-LI'71-11TvIr 1--- -il lieksandrovich; ,-.,I'(;TSKIY, L.R., do-"s., kand. -11----.l--... .3 ekhn. auk,, risuAh.' '.red.; Z,V - 1; [EngineerIng, -Lherniodyiiamics] Tekhnlcheskaia terniodina- mika. Izd.5., znachitellno perer. Moskva, 17,d-vq "Transport," 1964. 221 p. Omvl~L" is:a) KUZOVIZV V F . TARASOVI M.S. Remote control for conneating and. disconnecting devices on large Fixcavators. . Prom. energ. 16 no.4.'12 Ap 161. (,',IIRA 11+:9) (Remote control) (Fixcavating maohinery) KUZOVIJ~v V.V.; STANKEVICH, K.S. Effective height of abaorption of radio waves in the centimeter band in atmospheric oyygen and water vapor. Izv. vys. ucheb. 2ftV.;.radi6fiz. 7 ho.1:175-176 164. (NIRA 170) 1. Ilauchno-issledovatellskiy radiofizicheskiy institut pri Gorlkovskom universitete. NR: AP4024478 S/0141/64/007/001/0175/0176 AUTHORS: Xuzovlev,.V. V.; Stankevich, K.,'S. TITLE: Effective height of absorption of radio waves in the centi_~ meter band by atmospheric oxygen and water vapor SOURCE: IVUZ. Radiofizika, v. 7, no. 1, 1964, 175-176 it n TOPIC TAGS: absorption, absorption by oxygen, absorption by water vapor, radio wave absorption,- decimeter band absorption, effective absorption height, absorption height seasonal variation 1.ABSTRACT: It is found'that for a real pressure and temperature dia- tribution in the atmosphere the effective ibsorption height of oxy- Agen is not-constant, but subject to seasonal variations amounting to 5 + 0.2,.3.9 :L 0.4, and 4.6 + 0.2 km in the summer, winter, and- spring or-fall, respectively. The-reason for the seasonal variation is the dependence of the effective height on the earth's surface Card 117 I ACCESSION NR: AP4024478 temperature. The effective height calculated for water vapor shows no regular behavior and has an average value of 1.8 km. The use of the effective height-becomes unadvisable during the time of an in- Nersion. Orig. art. has:.l figure. ASSOCIATION: Nauchno issledovatellskiy,radiofizicheskiy institut pri Gor1kovskom universitete (Scientific Research Radiophysics in- stitute at the Gor1kiy University) SUBMITTED: lWun63., DATE ACQZ' 1SApr64.,., ENCL: 00 SUB CODE, AS 118" REP: SOV, OTHER: 0 001 01 Card 2/2 ':z- ~KUZOV~~"-A, A.P. Hanufactare of locknit warp fabrics with an even widtb. Taket. prom. 20 no.8:35-36 Ag 160. (mrRA 13:9) (Knit goods) KUWVLEVA, F.Ya., inzh.; PEKKER, I.I., kand.tekhn.nauk Verification calculation of k-shell-type electronapst-using a digital computer. Elektrotekhnika 35 no.4.-52,54 Ap 164.~!, OWU 17:4) Kirt'.0VLEVA.- Faipa Yitkovlevna; FFKKER, loell To:0fovich, kand. t(.kbn, o sent Calculation of the static characteristics of a,c. electro- magnets using a digital computer. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; elektromekh. 7 no.5t626-027 164. MRA 17:9) 1. Vychislitelinyy tsentr Novochorkasokogo politekhnicheakogo instituta (for Kuzovleva). 2. Kafedra evtomAiki i telenekhaniki Novocherkanskogo politekhnicheakogo inatltuta (for Pekker). KUZCV-tVA, Faina Yakovlevna; PEKKER Ioell Iosifovich, kard.tekhn.nauk, dotsent Approximation of magnetization curves using electronic digital computers. Isv*vys.ucheb.zav,; elektromakhanika 8 no.6t6ll-614 165. (MIRA 18-.8) 1. Starshiy inzhener vychislitellnogo tsentra Novocherkasskogo politakhnichaskogo inatituta (for Kuzovleva). 2. Kafedra avtomatiki i telemoklAniki Novbcherkasskogo politekhnicheskogo instituta (for Pekker). USSR Pharmacology, Toxicology. Chemotherapeutic Agents. Abs Jour t Ref. Zh.-Biol., No 2, 1958, No 8160 U-7 Author Kuzovl~va E.M., Yegorova, I.N., Shatskays., 4, Inst Title iExperiments on the Use of Leuoine and Tyrosine Sulfite with Other Drugs in the Treatment of Tuberculous Men- ingitis. Orig Pub Tr. Konferentsii Po Proizv-vu i Ispoltzovaniyu Aminokislot V Med. M., MGU, 1956, 127-234. Abstract t In the treatment of tuberculous meningitis, the authors used leuoine containing preparations (Compositiont 3% glycine and leucine, 0.5% glutamic acid, lqo glucose, 5% sorbose and 1% NaCl) and a 2% solution of tyrosine sulfite Card 1 1/3 USSR / Pharmacology, Toxicology. Chemotherapeutic Agents. U-7 I Abs Jour : Ref. Zh.-Biol., No 2, 1958, No 8160 Abstract : in 4q. fruoto-glucose. Leuoine and tyrosiiis-sul ilte were used in 11 children from 2 to 14 years of age, 9 o-L Whom received leucine and 2 tyrosine sulfite, in the acute and chronic sta-es of tuberculous meningitis and during relapses. C Both preparations were used intravenously every other day (4-5 ml given to children under 2 years, 10-15 ml -to children over 10 years; 9-23 injections were given during the course of treatment) and orally (1 dessertspoon t.i.d.). C3.inical observations have reveixied (abstracts from case histories were given) that the use of leuoine and tyrosine preparations was harmless and was well tolerated by childrin, was accompanied by very few side effects, assisted in restoring neural functions, and accelerated the normalization of psyohic processeii in children. Combined antibacterial- aminoacid therapy undoubtedly had a favorable effect on the course of the disease, especially in its chroni4 form, improved the sense of general well-being, shortened the Card 3 2/3 I USSR Pharmaoology, Toxicologyt, Chemotherapeutic Agents. U-7 TMOUZU; -0. :-3i --biological Chemistry Dissertation: "Data on the Problem Concerning the Mechanism of Protein Formation Jz the Liver From Intravenously Administered Proteins of Blood Serum.* Cand Biol Sci, Aced Med Sci USSR, 6 Apr 54. (Vechernyaya Moskva, Moscow, 24 mar 54) SO: SUM 213, 20 Sept 1954 vx- x:A"d as exptI.-animals., jAbeed bom~lzik~ nme-S-n anti t,-.-wsine ant glycini;~ontj. C" in~L$ grrmp -~,Cre C,41ployed in 41maremous injes"iOns. lollo.%iny unimaig were killed, and the !.uum rv Caproieln I kaer-h fi t lbe v bi behind .1011iiiiiiik 4 l;A.7im6v~.4?f-!h1i-V!--h lcak4iji:Oie, mporateln rym vrm ~amm' -thtl .ts' .tha U tnA solut:~ q-.1ant. rela- ~f lrmofa~tivity of dhe Pvcr pr4telm. A, I:VVT In ille "I Its., ti., -"Ol, i-n 11-0 with dilfculty. D. S. Lm~vmr r~__l Wlfiirbimffi~&M _41Z 0 -USSR/IS~-d:L-c-iff&-----Nutr-ition FD-176o Card 1/1 Pub 141-'T/15 Author Kuzovleva, 0. B. Title Changes in the content of free aminoacids in the livers of white rats maintained on a low protein diet Periodical VOP- Pit-, 30-34, Jan/Feb 1955 Abstract The total amount of free andnoacid nitrogen in the livers of adult white rats varies between 63.2-99-7 milligram per cent. After the animal has been maintained on a diet having only three per cent protein for 3-15 days, the amount of free aminoacid nitrogen in the liver does not increase. In- significant increases are detected only in animals maintained on the above diet for over three weeks. Two tables. Five references (Two USSR) Institution: Laboratory of Tissue Chemistry Read-Professor S. Ya. Kaplanskiy) institute of Biological and Mdical Chemistry, Acad Med Sci, USSR, lbscow 57 /Alt oi the liver -K,yz-.- IT_ YXA llan~k NL -, fL.Id V D lecti, but -PcH d , Tail r(w min, with phviol vollmt Livwi %vrrv ther, cooled and n- of 01C elpt: C-s -nm!" UPI th. fx~ ul~ -4 XAPlANSXIY. S.Ya.; KUZOVLIIVA, O.B.; STAROSBLITSEVA, L.K. Paper alectrophoresis of liver proteins Evith on-mry in Inglishl. Top.medekbimt 3 no.6:451-455 N-D 157. (MIRA 11:2) 1. Isboratoriya fiziologiabookoy khtmii Institute bioloeicbesiroy i moditainskay khimii AHN SSSR. Moskva. (LITER. metabolism, proteins, electrophoresis (Rue)) (PROTSINS. metabolism, liver, electrophoresis (Rue)) -I - FT PI ;--' r- Y r7 b, KAPIABSIIT, S.Ta,l KUZOVISVA, O.B. Slectraphorstic investigation of liver proteins in protein deficiency and chloroform and carbon tat rachloridep oiawing[with summary in Saglish]. Biokhisits 22 no.1/2.162-170 Ja-J 157. (KLMA 10*7) 1. laboratoriya fitiologicheakay khtmil Institute biologichaskoy i neditsinskoy khinii Akademii meditsinskikh usuk SSSRI Moskva. (PROTBINS, metabolism, blood & liver in experp protein insuff. & chloroform & carbon tetrachloride pole. (Rne)) (LIM, metabolism, proteins, in exper. protein insef. & chloroform & carbon tetrachloride pois.(Rus)) (BLOOD PROTIINS. off. of exper. protein insuff. & chloroform & carbon tetrachloride pois. (Rue)) (CHICROPM& poisoning, exper., off* on blood & liver proteins (Run)) (CARBON TBTRACHLORIDA, poisoning, same) Mutual conversion of proteins of the liver and the blood serum in rat liver homogenates. Biul.ekep.biol.'I mode* 45 no0*6:62-65 Jo 158 (MIRA 110) 1. Is laboratorii fi2iologicheakoy khimii (sav,' - prof. S.Ta. Kaplanakiy) Institute, biologicheskoy I meditsinskoy khimii (dir. - daystvi- tel'W chlen AMN SSSR V.N. Orekhovich) ANN SSSR. MosIrva. Predstvalena deyetvitel'nywchlenas AMN SSSR V.N. Orekhovicheme (BIM PROTEINS, metabolism, interchage with liver proteins in rat homogenates (Rue)) (LIVU, metabolism, proteins, Interchange with blood proteins in rnt liver homogenaten (Ruq)) (PROBIN. metabolism, liver, Interchange with blood proteins in rat liver homogenates (Rue)) KUZOVLNVjl, O.B.; VAN CHZHUN-YANI [Wang Chung-yen] Separation of protso3.ytic enzyme of rat liver extracts by paper and starch electrophoresis. Biokhimiia 24 no.3:550-555 ltr"Je 159. (MIRA 12:9) 1. Laborotory of Physiological Chemistry, Institute of Biol(%gical and Hedical Chemistry, Acadwq of Medical Sciences of the U.S.S.R., Moscow. (PROTFAIMS, in liver extracts, paper & starch electrophoresis (Rua)) (LIVER ERRACTS, proteasee, paper & starch electrophoresis (Rua)) KAPIANSKIY, S.Ya.; KUZOVLEVA, O.B. Distribution of individual protein -fractions between the structural elements of the cellFi of the liver and kidneys. Biokhimiia 26 no-4:603-607 Jl-Ag 161, (NIRA 15:6) 1. Laboratory of Pathology of Protein Metabolism and Innunology., Institute of Biological and Medical Chemistry, Academy of Medical Sciences of the USSR Moscow. (LIM) iKIDNEZ) (FR=INS) GUREVICH-A.- Ye--- - KUZOVLEVA- -0 -B- --TUMjAN0VA-- A -Ye Production of protein-callulose complexes (b~=osorbents) in suspensions with the capacity for binding large amounts of anti- bodies. Biokhimiia 26 no.5:934-942 3-0 161. (MIRA 14:12) 1. Laboratory of Pathology of Protein Metabolism and Immunochemistry, Institute of'BicLlogical and Medical Chemistry, Academy of Medical Sciences of the U.S.S.R., Moscow. (SOMNTS) (ANTIGFM AND ANTIBODIES) GURVICH. A.Ye.; KUZOVLEVA, O.B.; TUMANOVA, A.Ye. Use 00 immunosorbents in the form of suspensions for determining A the absolute antibody content. Biokhimiia 27 no.2:246-251 Yr-Ap 162. MRA 15:8) 1. Laboratory of Pathology of Protein Metabolism and Immoche- mistry, Institute of Biological and Medical Chemistry, Academy of Medical Sciences of the U.S.S.R., Moscow. (ANTIGENS AND ANTIBODIES) (IMMUNOCHEMISTRY) PUDOVIK, A.N.; KUZOVLEVA~ R.G. Reactions of nucleiophilic reagents with vinylphospbinic and acetoxyvinyl.Phosphinic acid esters. Zhur. ob. khilh. 33 no.8:2755-2760 Ag 163. (MM 16:11) 1. Kazanskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. PUDOVIKp A.N.; KUZOVLEVA~ R.G. Polymerization and copolymerization of OC- and 4-carbalkoxy- vinyl phosphinates. Vysokom. soedo 7 no,9sl539-1542 S 165. (MIRA 18:10) 1. Kezantskly gosudaratvennyy univeroitet im. V.I. U11yanova-Lenina. ACCESSION NR: AP4032576 S/0190/a/006/004/0737/0740 AUTHORSt Pudovik# A. N.,, Kuzovleva,, R. G. TI'112: Polymerization and copolymerization of C,4 -acetoxyvirqlphosphinic acid esters SOURCE; Vy*sokomole1c. soyedin., ve 6. no* b, 196hp 737-A0 TOPIC TAGS: alkyl vinylphosphinate, methyl vinylphosphinate, ethyl vinylphosphi- nate, propyl vinylphosphinate., alpha acetoVvinylphospliinic acid ester., alkyl vinylphosphinate polymerization., a3JWl vjJWlphosphinate copolymerization,, viethyl methacrylate, mothyl acrylate, styrene ABSTRACT; The polymerization of methyl, ethyl., and n-propyl esters of c,/-acetaxyvinylphosphinic acid (AOVPA)., and also the copolymerization of those esters vith mothyl mothaarylate,, methyl acrylate., and styrene were inirestigatede The rate of block polymerization was determined by the dilatometrio tecbniques and the yield was estimated by removing the monomer by steam distillation. it was found that in the presence of 2 mole/%' benzoyl peroxide the polymerization rate: of A0V?A markedly inoreased-with temperature. At 900 it reached 60% in 10 hourts rd FACOSSION, 14'R: AP-4032576 ~at 50G it took 40 hours to produce MTeriments with various concentrations of benzoyl peroxide at 70C showed an enhancing affect of higher concentrations on the polymerization rate of AOVFA. A comparison of the polymerization rates of methy1j, etIV1, and propyl asters of AOVPA revealed that the moth aster had the lowest polymerization rate.. and the propyl ester the highest. stracter's note the authors.orred in claiming in the text and conclusions the reverse effect., as evidenced by Chart g. The copolymerization of AOVPA with metI-q1 methacrylate,, methyl acrylate, and styrane was conducted i block., at 70C for a duration of 15' hours, in the presence of 1 mole/% benzoyl pfroxide. The copolymers with a sma-U content of AOVPA were hard, transparerit products, while the ones containing a larger percentage of AOVPA represented viscous resins.. The molecular weightp of' the copolymers were within the 4580-6616 range, and their vitrification iempera- ture varied from 480 to 67*5C. Orig. art. has: 2 charts and 1 table. ASSOCWION.- Kazanskly, gosudarstvenny*,y ~miversitet im. V., 1. Ullyanova-Lanina, (Kazan' State University) SUBM=E7j: 01JUX63 DATE ACQ% Maya ENCLs 00 ;UB COM PH NO REF SM 005 OTMs 004 ucard_21-9 - --------- .. .... P1JDOVIK, A.N.; Reactions of diene s:nthesis involving esters of66- and4- carbethoxyvinylphosphinic acid. Zhur.,ob. khim. 34 no. 3: 1031-1032 Mr 164. - (MIRA 17:6) 1. Kazanskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. :-WT( M ACCEMIOP 11R: AP5022598 uR/bi.Q-o/65/bo7/boqA53qA542 66 095126+678.86 UMORS* Ftx~ ovik.. A. N.;.RuzovIevap.11, G. 1, TITLE: Polywrizatio and co rizati 4 f c -carbalkoxyvb*W1 phoa- -POIYM and pbizates SOURCE: V;~okomolekmlyarhm soyedineniya, v. 71 no. 91 1965t 1539-1542. TOPMTAG4.polymerizatloa copolymers phosphinate, vinylphosphinate ABSTRACT. Synthesis, and ti za onof diethyl and -carbalkoi7vinyl phosphinate (I and II.,,reappotively) -hem been investigated as a continuation of i the stu(IT'of ~ izatio'n and copolywrizati 1 polymer on-of various derivatives of -vJWl- phosphinates reported earlier by the authors.(Vyookomolek. 8oyed..,-6,,-737p 1964).-1 The two methods for - the p"paration of I I reported in, the literature by J. S. ,Dickey and H. W. Coover (U. S. Pat. 255985/+,v Chom. Abstra 45,8810., 1951) and A Ya. Yakubovich, L. Z. Sob*rov skly., L.J. Muler, and V. S. Fayermrk (Zh.;obshch: -1hinii-9 291# 317P 1958Yhal -to,be disregarded, as the first one resulted'in the products vhile-the Mcond gave an impure one. Treatment of the diet I WON, by -chloro-w -carbomatholw4byl j*oa0h1nate' (frm the oxidativephosphorylation Card 1/2 KUZOVNIKOV., A. A.: "Research on high-frequency discharge in the band. from 1.5 to 15 megacycles". Moscow, 1955, Moscow State U imeni M. V. Lomonosov, Physico Faculty. (Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate of Physicomathematical Science) SO-. Knithnga. LetopLSL No. 40., 1 oct -55 USSR/Electronics Gas Discharge and Gas Discharge Instruments H-7 Abs Jour : Referat Zhur " Fizika, lio 5) 1957, 12372 Author : Petrov, P.A., Kuzovnikov A A. Inst : - Title : The DC Component of Corona Discharge in a High Frequency Fiel6i. Orig Pub : Vestn. Moak. un-ta, 1956, No 6, 39-46 Abstract Results are reported on an experimental study of high fre- quency field (1-5 and 5 Me) between cylindrical coaxial electrodes. The internal electrode was a nichrome wire 0.2 mm in diameter. A noticeable dc'current component, having the character of low-frequency pulses, was obser- ved. The dependence of the de component of the current on the higb-frequency voltage was determined at various diameters of the external cylinder and for different orien- tation of the electrodes. The change in the orientation of the electrodes made it possible to study the influence Card 1/2 uSSR/Electronies - Gas Disch ge and Gas Discharge Instruments H-7 Abs jour Ref Zhur - FiziXa, WO 5, 1957) 12372 of the convection currents. The dependence of the dc cOlv- ponent on the magnitude of the additional dc voltage aP- plied to the electrodes was obtained. The value of the dc component of the current at the above frequencies exceeds the values obtained in the case of a commercial frequency. This is connected with the observed characteristics of the different lengths- It Jr. noted. that the dc component O:t - the c=ent is determined essentially by the number of ne- gative particlesj and that the process of Corona formtion in a high frequency -field is connected with the presence of ions of low Mbijity* All the experimnts were carried out in air at atmospheric pressure. BibliograPhYi, ~.~6 titles. Card 2/2 RZOMIKOV, A. A. "The Conditions of Passage of Corona Discharge to Streamer Discharge and Atmospheric Presswre." paper presented at Second All-Union Conference on Goseous Dlectronics, Moscow, 2-6 oct 58. 7'M AUTHORs Kuzoynikoyv A.A. SOV/155-58-4-31/34 TiTtEl Investigation of High,-Prequency-Discharges in the Range of 1-5 - 15 MgRz-,I (Ineledovaniy-'--6okochastotnogo razryads~v aiapasone. 6t lo ao'15~mgg~s. 7 PERIODICALs NauobWe,4pkl-ady vysshey shkoly. Fiziko-natematioheskiye Nr 4, PP 191 7 198 (USSR) ABS11RLCTt The.- -paper contains -a su=a:ry~ -of experimutal results: obtained by hi-asalf:-and-by. other,anthors oonc ming- -high- frequency dis- Oharps in the range of:1-5,- 15.MgHz-,It'-is stated that for :sualler frequencies there takes place a comona disdharget sad for..-~igh'frequencies a-torch discharge. Between tken there lies a ..transition- range. For low pressure there exists characieriptic~boundary-betwesn the domains,of.corona-and torch for pressurej frequency and voltage. The magnitude and dixection of the constant component of the discharge current dopentle--o7r-the frequency-,, pressure and-voltage. For ooTona d.ischarge-uuder atmospheric pressure this component is es- sentially determined by the motion of the negative ions. Card 1/2 .Under increase of the voltage the oorona discharge passes 32 Investigation of High-Frequency Discharges in the SOV/155-58-4-31/34 Range of 1-5 - 15 mgHZ- I through 3 different stages in its development ; they are to -be-deser:Lbed in the next article. There are 9 figures, and 7 references, 3 of which are Sovietq Germaii, and 1 AmQrican. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosudarstvannyy universitat imeni M.V.Lomonosova (Moscow State University imeni M.V. Lomonosov) SUBMITTED: June 16, 1958 C~ard 2/2 24(3) AUTRORSt ~Kuzovnikov, A.A., Kapteov, N.A. SOV/155-58-5--27/37 TITLES Disoharge'Power and the Character of the Discharge Current for Frequencies of 1-5 up to me PERIODICALS- Hauchnyye doklady'vysshey shkoly. Fiziko-matematichaskiya nalakitI958PNr 5vPP 158-166 (ussR) ABSTRACTS, With the qid of the experimental equipment Z-Ref 1-7 the discharge powe 'r as well as the magnitude and. character of the discharge current were measured in the given frequency interval ' The discharge arising in the air between a sphere and a plans under,atmospheric or lower pressure was investigated. An approximative theory of the appearance is proposed. Among others it is stated : The power necessary for maintaining the discharge increases with increasing fre- quency of.the external electric field. The transition from the corona discharge to the toreti takes place under equality of the amplitudes of the active and reactive components of the electron-current. An approximative investigation of the 'directed electron motion is possible, if it is based on the C 1 solution of the equation of motion of the averaged elictron ard /2 "702 SG'f/ 1?4-4-6-2 iM V d G . An . . AUTHORSt Granovokiy, T.L,, Luktyanovo - u-- 5P 51"t.nko X.Q- ~L-~~ 7~ --- ..d All-Uion Conf.r.nao an Gag TXTL29 Raprt on the Sac glectranics tekhnika I alaktroniks. 1959, Vol, 4. Mr S. Radi maxoDXCALs pp W - 1338 (USSR) ; XsjL_2wj&oruXy And N.G. &qvallakly - wNew Vat& an X-ray _ _ _ Udiation D%Lring Pjj .e Dis,~hrg.s" J*A~ 13LrAbrAr- And M -K..SuXkowskayA dealt with the im-mati. ' C-_ gation of the nout7r:cn railiaiiioct ll Powerful SAN, discharges In chambers with conducting wells. JGA,_AajUMaX at al. - -Z-V.stig-ti-n of th- CAN OLSObArgG in e ronlarl Chambers. 37-1, at *I. . *A Turn of Plasma in Transverse Magnetic Fields. _X.Q,-Zsaaxar "Date on the 0LvisLoc f A Catbod Spo (a . on MercurY in a Low-pressure Aral p 12Z9 the :r journal). L.M. Babson (Suglaxd) - -A New Theory of th- Cathode Spot- - Case p 1293 of the Journal). V r-guany, - -P Lti Column In . Hyd~.Sou Dlscbz~g. O : Leads". d PLLI S talL.U." " _X,Q, leekCARh2riob And AA__I.&bUd - -Current Distribution on the Surface of Ilactrodoo In gloctric Pulse Discharge'.. j~> _RLj~j9y:g_- wSome Praporties or Gas Discharges In Low,voltage In H.I~~Ssn Counters-. ,y - Co loon or tiW 4avk and T.L. Grj prAk :PM laltiat De-19nia.tLon In the Ir., Hydregon (H And 0,4. tow-4,1A&L.4 &u.4, L, L.A. Ak *awltz a. =. pro-braeUdown t- pulses at low pr.L9.ur.ff. V - -Ch.r o-daaalt d A A Z t N V V . . o . .. .mjjLtgy_& An y g y V... I. Plasma'. of Czecho-Lovski- com=-Lcated sono inforvicatLem, A. the AV-Ilk* phenomena 1. gae-di.LLharg PINA.M. : determination Jjj__BXLahnv dealt with the Problem of th or the energy of fast Long In pulse discharges. "CouVeGtLon XnataUL21ty of & Plasma Str a Im, I j nd VR. Sitafracor - *Theorr of a High- :=, 1:j,: temperature Fla.- Strldt-_ The fifth section was prosIded over by N.A. Maptsov And dealt with higa-fre4u.ney currents In goses. The following papers .". *P motion of Ultra-blgh Prequacer Pulse G.M.M*. .r. p.tyuk - Wlu.noo of the DOzindary Conditions Am And MAInt.-o, of HLgh-frqamoy DLAL;bAzg..-. Zjj_BuIkLU at al. - exavestization of a Self-maintaLU64 _ tatre-bigh Fr.quesay Pul.. VLA-harg- And the Prcc*8& Of its Deal.pont". S,LX__zaA,,AA,k.r And -som. Results or the Xnrostigation of the Formation of Low-pressure High, fr, Disch"1-8"- $A) - -Conductivity of Weekly 10n1m0d, C nditions of Transition From , Lob&r,* at Atmospheric Proz.~aae. atio" tLI P not.... the Chor.cta,_ t=?~a Fr-q-o_y Current And the Direct h Current In G" Discharge.'. Irsd the conductivity of the dioLn, f a r.sonaaw* discharge w d i n o a I. the w o tube. dealt with the m, -V,takty And X-P- "ba-h-11" .PpIAc.b1Iity of the probe method to hlgh-fr4quaZ47 C-A?1j1q discharges (606 P 1238 or the Journal). par by V. To- Hit--k at to thO The P-1 _h investigation or the ultra irh qu nay Via.- by of the Stork A Vt al 'rf:ct, with the problem of Isot"* d I . . qk" -g-4--go l-- pressures. fields In a bigh-fr-quen.y discharge -t j TaumAnis read a paper -nt tied 'Ifigh- " . frqp..ay Discharges In H-th.o. d - protilees Lo th o n -a d-lot ti o The work of the sixth ac , r s t &a a : diAti.n; the -vo I a p td*d sma And its r& l f a o P Lt. The followtug papers war. read$ *,or by Y.A. 1?kj*gnt%j"jrob* Pl.thod. of MAN--- am. ....t. 1. Plasma'- 'r *0scillogr.phic Me- d 6v - V.I. Droz : tizti.n of the A.G. ?jjI..hkin - Inv* Sp.ctr ... tor of Movement of .pi.- by Mo.,_ or . MAN. . "it Ties"- tha Tr. t.-, or the 0N.L11stiOm- No -1 ' glLc. p A.V. pf!qxureuentz of t,_.* V."., ~r Gas 85161 B/139160/000/005/009/031 B073/El35 AUTHORS Ku zovnikov 6 A.A. and Tsyan' Gao-Yun'_ TITLE: Investigation of d High Frequency Di~charge in the Range 1.5 to 15 Megacycles. 11. PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchabnykh zavedeniyj Fizikaj 1960, No. 5, pp 55~59 (+ 2 plates) TEXT: The results are described of oscillographic study of the photocurrent of & vacuum photocell illuminated by the radiation emitted from a discharge and rrom disoontimm current surges which occur in aj high frequency coron&discharge and a discharge of a transient shape dealt with in earlier work of one of the authors (Ref. 1). The results are given of observations carried out by means of a rotating disc, high-speed filming and a.Kerr cell. The high frequency discharge was investigated at atmospheric pressure and at reduced pressure, It was found that during the first stage of the high frequency oorona only one discharge chann" 1 exists at any one instant of time; its duration is between 10_k~ and lo~,,7.-see, During the second stage of the corona the central chaimelof the discharge will exist throughout the time during which Card 1/2 85161 S/139/,60/000/005/009/031 B073/El3'5 investigation of a High Frequency Discharge in the Range 1.5 to 15 Megacycles. ,II. the discharge burns. During the second stage of the corona, two types of lateral chamels -can be observed which differ in appearance and in duration of formation. One type is sharply limited in space and occurs. during the time 'e< 10-1+ sec. The second type is somewhat blurred and the - development is gradual during numerous voltage_cycles The lifetime of the lateral channels for both types is 10 4 - 1&~ see at atmospheric pressure and about 10-2 see at reduced pressuTes~. Comparison of the oscillograms of the inductive current pulses and the pulses.of the photocurrent indicates that there is aclose relation betsr!een the redistribution of space charges and the radiation of a discharge. The individual impulses consist of a multitude.of separate current surges which fuse together into a strong pulse. On reducing the pressure or increasing the-frequency the number of pulses-and their amplitude decreases-. There-are 6 figures~ 1 table and 8 references; 6 Soviet, 1 English and 1 Japanese. ASSOCIATIONs Moskovskiy gosuniversitet imeni M.V. Lomonosova ~Xoscow State University imeni M.V. Lomonosov) SUBMIY)PS October 21, 1959 0a3 88045 2.3 9/60/000/006/009/032 E073/E335 .24,21 Z'0 fit-W, 1166,102) AUTHORS: zovnjjrQ3E-_,_-A,._A~ andKaptsov, &A. TITLEi Investigation of a High-frequency Discharge in the Range Between 1.5 and 15 Me/s. III PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchabnykh zavedeniy, Fizika, 1960~ No. 6, pp. 64 - 70 TEXT: The mechanism of development of a high-frequency corona'dischar-ge-andlits change to a torch discharge cannot be studied-so-le*ly on'the basis of the theory of unbounded int-iform plasma -(Ref. 1). On the basis of experimental datap published ea-rlier-by-the authors (Refs. 2, 6, 7),they suggest a mechanism,of theldevelopment of such a discharge which is based'on"the-conceptions of.the avalanche-streamer theory. Application-crf-t-he'ideas of the avalanche-streamer theory to the high--fr-equency,corona discharge at atmospheric and sub- atmospheric (300 -400 am Hg) pressures can be juatified by tho fact that both-in the sieady-siate and in surge corona as well as in high-frequency corona individual localised discharge Card 1/4 S/139/60/000/006/009/032 R073/Z314 Investigation,of a High-frequency Discharge in the Range Between 1.5 and 15 Mc/s. III canals can-be,-observed. The characteristics of the high- frequency corona-(Ref. 2) are analogous to those of the steady-state (Refs. 3, 4fand surge (Ref. 5) corona discharges. In-the earlier work of the authors (Refs. 2, 6, 7) it is shown that on increasing the voltage the high-frequency corona passes succes-sively through the following three main stages (Ref. 2),-.- 1-) in- the initial stage the discharge is in the form of fine channels which are distributed fanlike on the corona producing electrode; 2) in the second stage a bright central canal-aud numerous clearly visible side canals form which penetrat-e-dee-p into the discharge gap; 13) in the third stage a high-frequency arc forms. The mechanism of development of a high-frequency corona discharge was investigated for the~frequencies 1-5.2, 3.7, 4, 6.5 and 8.7 Me/s. The authors concludethat the mechanism of development of high-frequency corona discharges can be Card 2/4 88045 S/139/6o/ooo/oo6/oo9/032 E073/E335 Investigation. of a High-frequency Discharge in the Range Between 1#5 and 15 Mc/s. III elucidated-on the basis of the avalanche-streamer thek%ry, In the initial stage,of the corona and the torch discharge individuwl,,short-lengthi rectilinear discharge canals form as a result of successive superposition on each other of electron avalanches and also an a result of develqpment of an avalanche canal during oscillatory movement of the electrons under the effect of-the high-Tfrequenry field. If the voltage a certain value the formation of streamers-in--the corona discharge becomes possible. The dis-charge canals~-whlch-can be seen with the naked eye during this stage of,the-'corona,are formed as a result of reforming of the stre-amer-canwl,~.-_: as a-result of secondary processes on the tempora-ry,carthode or as a result of oscillatory movement'af-th-e electrons under the effect of the high-frequency field. Under1rthe given conditions--streamer formations and consequently also the formation of individual visible canals of the high-freauency coronaloccur in the discharge at Card 3/4. 88016 S/139/60/000/006/009/032 E073/E335 lilvestigatign,of a High-frequency Discharge in the Range Between 1.5 and 15 Mc/s. III atmospheric- pressure if the active duration of the half-cycle of the- vo-ltage -is equal to or greater than 0.03 lisec. The torch~discharge- is a-hkgh"frequency plasma which is formed during numerous half~-cycles of the high-frequency field and is drawn out upwards by the convection currents of the air. There are 1 table and 16 referencest 11 Soviet and 5 non-Sov'ie't. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosuniversitet imeni M.V. Lomonosova (Moscow State University imeni M.V. Lomonosov) SUBMITTED: October 21, 1959 Card 4/4 20928 3/057/61/031/003/012/019, B125/W09 AUTHORSi Golovanivskiy, K. S. and Kuzovnikov, A. A. TITLEs Pressure of an inhomogeneous electric h-f field upon the plasma in the positive column of a gas discharge PERIODICAL: Zhurnal tekhnicheskoy fiziki, V. 31, no- 3, 1961, 343-347 TEXT: The present paper is a study of the affect of an inhomogeneous alternating electric field upon the plasma in the positive column of a low-pressure discharge. An inhomogeneous electric h-f field exerts a steady pressure upon the plasma, thus compressing it toward the discharge axis. The authors studied the most important qualitative fundamentals of this so far not investigated effect. Fig. 1 shows the experimental arrangement. A d-c creep discharge was excited in a 50-cm long cylindrical tube of 6 cm diameter The experiments were made in argon and air at a pressure of P - 3-7-1;_1 mm Rg. The current was kept at a constant voltage of 5 ma in both gases. The movable probe 3 1 allowed to measure the plasma parameters at various distances from the tube axis. The stationary probe Card 1/8 20928 Pressure of an inhomogeneous.... S105 61/031/003/012/019 B125YB209 32 was used to control the results. Three electrodes were soldered to the discharge tubet a disk-shaped anode-A, a disk cathode X., and a heater cathode K The discharge was supplied from a high-voltage source U across a variable resistor R The h-f circuit of the arrangement:oon- sisted of a 10014 (100I)-type generatorp a-broad-band amplifier (1), and a ZKC-79 (VKS-7b) cathode-roltmeter. The inhomogensous elsotric h-f field was generated by.two copper rings Kn) and the h-f voltage at the amplifier output was measured with a VKS-7b cathode voltmeter. When the h-f field wao' applied, the plasmaIwhich usually filled the entire volume 6t.~Ihe discharge tubep contracted within the active zone of the rings con- traoted to the axis of the tube. The author's did not succeed in measurinj the distribution of the electron density across the radius of the column in the compressed and in the unoompressed discharge. The degree of com- preneion of the column as depending on various parameters was measured quantitatively by photographing and photometric evaluation of the gap between the rings. By this method, the authors determined the dependence of the pinch value on the amplitude of the h-f potential applied to the Card 2/8 20928 Pressure of an inhomogeneous... S/057161/031/003/012/019 B125 B209 ring, and on frequency. The respective curves are plotted in Pigs-4 and 5- In the case.Iof a pinched column, the gas in the column was much brighter, and the discharge current rose eomewhat. Fig. 6 illustrates the results of photometric evaluation for three different amplitudes of the h-f potential at a frequency of f a 100 kc/sec. This figure depicts the distribution of.the luminescent intensity over the radius of the column as de.-ending on the amplitude of the potential of the ring. The quantity S plotted on the ordinate is proportional to the logarithm of ihtensityl f - 100 kc/sec, air. U,(v), I - 115, 2 - 60, 3 - 0. Only an electric component of the electromagnetic alternating field can exert pressure upon the plasma. The force acting upon the electron gas per unit 2 2nee volume amounts to F - __ VE2. e and m are the electron charge and mass, 2 20) respectively, W is the frequency of the field, and E is the amplitude of the electric field at a given point. A quasisteady electric field acts upon a plasma with the same pressure as a standing electromagnetic wave with amplitude E of the electrielfield. A standing electromagnetic wave Card 3/8 20928 B/057/61/031/003/012/019 Pressure of an inhomogeneoueo*i B125/B209 need not necessarily enter the system pinching the plasma. The raised ionization in the pinch'may arise from two oausest a) rising number of ionizations due to acceleration of the electrons in a h-f field, b)-acoumulation of carriers in the pinched region since the latter loses the contact to the walls. The authors thank L. M. Khayurov for having assembled the experimental arrangement and for having mada part of the measurements. There are 6 figures and 4 referencest 2 Soviet-bloc and 2 non-Soviet-bloc. The two references to English language publications read an followst H. Boot, S. Self, H.-S. Harvie, J.Eleotron.and Control, 41 no-5t 434, 195e; H. Boot, R.-S. Harvie, Nature, London, 180, 1187, 1957- ASSOCIATIONs Fizicheskiy fakulftet Moskovskogo universiteta (Division of Physics of Moscow University) SUBMITTEDi May 12t 1960 Card 4/8 S 057/61/031/007/021/0211, BlO4/B2o6 AUTHORSt Golovanivskiy, K. S.,an d Xuzovnikov, A'..A. TITLES Finch eff not of the positive column of a gas discharge through a high..;frequency, inhomogeneowe electric field PERIODICAL: Zhurnal tekhnicheskoy.fizikif v. 31, no-.7, 196j, ego 892 TEM A cylindrical, positivecolumn with ambipolar diffusion is studied~ under,,the assumption that all quantities ar4 only functions of r. , It "is ""'Y further assumed tha% the motion of chargedpartioles of the X ~n a type inhomogeneous high-frequency field.may be-described by the potential ,7 v 2 2 2 ')~ ~ e E /2mk (c0 ncreases from the +7 ) (1), and that ~ i o efit er t othe k k k k periphery. The ion- and electron currents towards the wall ar e deterihined by the diffusion current, the discharge current in the electric field (E and the current in the field of the potential e,0jVn-*-eb,nE,-eb,nV0i', (2~ j, eDren -4- cb,nE, 4- eb,nV4),. Card,1/4 S/057'61/031/007/021/021; Pinch effect of the... B100206 Thus, an additional radial field-is produced, compensating the difference in the mobilities and the values for ions and electrons. If'.the k . k amplitude E of the high-frequency field is selecti~d in such a way':that-on, the wall the inequation rn Dow (VO. OY . b, bi is fulfilled, the charged particle currents towards the wall is sfopped,,. by the formation of a potential barrier of the*form (1). A further-in-~~ n .w 10 ulfilled. I crease of E reduces'thexadius of that zone h- h (8) is f This produces a contraction of the positive column. An es t idat ion** 'showed, that for the constriction of the positive column to 1/3 in 11 with .3 nfv5-10 cm T -130,0000K and ro - 3 cm by an inhomogeneous field of a II e thin ring at a frequency of 1 megacycle and a capacitance of the ring with ~respect to the earth of C - 5 cm, a high-frequeyioy voltage at the ring.' relative to the earth of 50 - 100 v is necessary.' The authors*thank V. Ye. Mitsuk for the valuable discussion. There are 3 Soviet-bloc refer_~ ences. Card 314 GOLOVANIVSKIY, K. S.; KUZOVNIKOVt A. A. Lower.limit of a high-frequency quasi-potential in a Poi itive plasma column. Izv. vys, ucheb. zav.,- radiofiz. 5 no.5:933-944 (MIRA 15:10) 1. Moskovskiy gasudarstvennyy universitet. (Plasma(Ionized gases)) IN GOLOVANIVSKIY~ K.S.; KUZOVNIK.01", A.A. Lower frequepoy limit of the high-frequency quasi-potential in a heUum or krpton plasma, Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; radiofiz. 6 no.5s964-972 163. (miRA 16:12) 1. Moskovskiy gosudaretvennyy universitet, A' A, aTM:: _Concerning'the-b.~Ah_fre cnduAi~iti' +S7v auenev c a lpiql~vk 4~ -of- a.- gm dlsd_~8 measuremem a wen IM64---jvtorns~ ACCESSION NR-. AP4020572 S/0057/64/034/003/0454/0457 ~AUTHOR: Golovanivskiy, X.S.; Dugar-Zhabon, V.D.; !~u A nce of a nonuniform,:A TITIZ: Space potential in astationary plasma under the influe high frequency field, ";SOURCE: Zhurnal takhnichoskoy fiziki, v.34, no.3, 1064, 464-457 TOPIC'TAGS: plasma, plasma diagnostics, plasma diffusion, ambipolar diffusi Ionj high frequency field plasma ~ARSTRACT-. This paper is one of a series (K.S.Golovanivskiy and A.A.Kuzovnikov,ZhTV; 31,No.3,343,1961; No.7,890,19111; Izv.Vuzov,Radiofizika,5,No.5,196Z-, No.5,1963; Ra--~ ;diotekhnika i elektronikat8,4J933). In the earlier work it was shown that.the charged particles in a plasma subjected to a nonuniform high frequency lield exper,-i ,ience-a force directed opposite,to the gradient of the amplitude of the high fre- quency field. Here it is deduced thatif a positive column plasma be subjocted,to a:4 Pgh frequency f ,i-eld, the amplitude of which increases with distance from the,axi- the plasma will 'be radially bouprossed qnd the radial potential distribution within~t ipe plasma will be altered by offects of ambipolar diffusio Near the axis,,* here /3 Card L ACCESS16~ NR: AP4020572 3 ~ f'the logarithm of ~the field is weak, the potential,,. should be-a linear function o density, but at greate-r distances,, a tam proportional to the square of the ;high frequency field amplitude should make itself felt. A helium glow discharge at~; was subjected to a 1.3 megacycle field; 0.31 mm IIg in a 6.6 cm diameter glass tube ~applied to a 2.8 am wide brass ring circling the discharge tube. The ring electrode was pierced'to admit a movable cyclindrical probe, with which the radial distribtk~ ''Ition of density and potent-lal was determined. The ion density was obtained from the 4_1 iion portion of the probe cliaracteristici and the potential was measured with the aid of an auxiliary probe fixed in an undisturbed portion of the plasma. Radial den-x,- distribution curves obtained with and without the high frequency field showed 'considerable a compression-of the plasma by thefield. The potential distribution. .:,followed the log densityIdii3tribution out to a radius of about 2.4 cm, after-which *",)large deviations occurredi 7~%ese devintionswore such as might be accounted for by Ii: -the theoretical- term proportional to the square of the high frequency, field ampli-411 ~tudo,, but a quantitative comparison, could not be made because the amplitude of the high frequency field was not accurately known. Orig-art.has: 4 formulas.and.2 f i~~- igures. t 2/3 .,,Card -7 r AkD Ob _7 7$ 87- IPA - ak, -Z Amount SOU.P=: Zhurnp! 11alki, v.34, 1964, 1714 TOPIc IACW', d ex t e ma 1 magaetl 2 ~Vha_rjeal' PZL rz i vI, SA a notion of a chargvj "qr _G~ que=y tlectric floiei tn the perpendieulwr to the - I t*-,' Is take-nImt-en OLecount -4, repru:s -F- t VO_ily~- - is Tound that tl~c: ~q -potent iall ub magn C! ACCESSION VR- AP4045287 ~C* is the frequea_-_y, ana e and ift are the rharge xrVa =a5 C*r:thO'q'uAsi-pOtefttia) reducep to previously ex~'r"axqw In the caues -what 4, v or both vanigh. It may be noted th--E tn e part i e1 e 'teilds to in" tawa= a region of maximum high-frequency field amplitudo whm Ue static ma~;r,,vt4c field is sulliciently large, and amay_f=wauch A milau S:M:911 ude re gi on wl- ea the magnetic field ia is Tormulas fakUl'tet MOF. Nf! Wn S t~~t nivers; to -EM,MB SUB CWR. EMLs, 00 IWAM 004 001 2/2_ PAKRALUYEV.. K.M., KUZOVNIKOV, A.A.; NOVIK, G.P.; BORODIN, V.P.; SOBOLEV, Industrial operation of holding furnaces fired by, natural gas for direct low-oxidation heating. Stall 25 no.10:957-961 0 165. (MIRA 18tll) 1. Vaesoyuzrqr nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut metallurgicheskoy teplotekhniki i zavod "KraEnyy Oktyabrln, RUBANP A.P., YARAMYSHEVP G.S. GORYAGA, G.I.; nZqVjL Stabilization of a brush discharge. Vast. Plosk. un. Ser. 3: Fiz., astron. 20 no.6:80-82 N-D t65. (MIRA 39-1) 1. Kafedra molekulyarnoy fiziki i kafedra elektroniki Moskovskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Submitted Feb. 3, 1965. ACC AUTHOR: 16 E,7T(1) AP6029724 SOURCE CODE: UR/0109/66/011/005/0966/0967 V. S.; Migulin. V. Ve; &Divak, Go V v. D. V.; Timofeyev, P, V ; Fursov. ,*; Nilendgr. R.-&*: Grozdo r. S. D.; Shemayev. A. X ; SoIntse _L#; ZaAsay.-A. A..j Va�jlVXqvj%j, M1 X4 ; Nitluk.-Vt le ; QQin1nAo DVAO G. JAJ unu: none TITLE: lNikol&v Aleksandrovich Kaptsovi SOURCE; Radiotekhnika i elektronikas, ve 11, no. 5, 1966s, 966-967 TOPIC TAGS: electric engineering personnels, magnetrons, klyatron, corona disaharpp gas conduction, gas discharge plasma ABSTRACT: 1, A, Kaptsov passed avay 10 Febru=7 1966. He was a studont .oi the famous Po No labodays, and porforrad =W fundamental investigations :in the development of modern electronics, Be vas the creator arA leader 0;r the chair of electronics oZ Moscow State Univeraity, He developed the con- -cept of phase grou=igaf efe-otrawe, is ideas we the basis for the dmlop- .r.ent of the magnotror, klystron -SHo developed the concept explaiam the phenomenon of corma discharge, He alio, developed ideas connected with formation of gas conduotion and phenomaw in a gassaw-discharge plasmae Naptsov swvod for yvara as the bead of tbe,pbpical laborator7 and can- :matant to the Moscow Electron Tubo- He wo the Author of mmrm bookss, inolmd' a "Physioal Phenomma In Van=, aW in Gasw . whi ob was translatW Into forelp 2angugeal be &Uo amted ad taugbt wmam electronics courses. IMS, -360011 SUB CODEt 05s, 09 SOM DATEt none card' PAW 8(6) SOV/112-59-3-4439 Translation from: Referativn-y-y zhurnal. Elehtrotekhnika, 1959, Nr 3, p 22 (USSR) AUTHOR: Huzovnikova, Ye, M. , and SteDanchuk, V. F. ---- ------ ~.7 A TITLE: Prospects for Power Generation in the BeISSR From Peat Sources (Perspektivy razvitiya energetiki BSSR na b-.,%.ze torfyanykh mestorozhdeniy) PERIODICAL- Sb. nauchn. rabot Belorussk. politekhn. in.-t, 1957, Nr 6 1, pp 140 - 15 3 ABSTRACT: Peat reserves in the BeISSR amount to 5 billion tons. 2. 2 m0lion hectars have been prospected and 5,945 peat bogs have been found, vf which 1, 508 can be commercially developed. These bogs occupy an area of over 100 hectars (93. 3% of the reserves). Ash content of top beds is 2-410, of lower beds 6-1516. Heat of combustion of the dug peat is Z, 100-2,500 kilocallkg. The annual yield of the peat is evaluated at 50 million tons ior the next 50 years. Five groups of the largest peat massifs in the BeISSR which can serve as raw- energy sources fox large-size power stations are: (1) the Vasilevichi group Card 1/2 8(6) SO'1/112-59-3-4439 Prospects for Power Generation in the BeISSR From Peat Sources with an equivalent capacity of the massif of 400,000 kw; it is considered expedient to build one large power plant for Gomel', Bobruysk, Zhlobi-x, and other cities; (2) the Berezina group whose e(raivalent capacity is 700,000 kw; either one 700, 000 -kw or two 450, 000 -kw and Z50, 000 -kw power plants are considered for VOIkovyssk, Brest, a-ad other cities; (3) t1he Sergiyevsk group with a total capacity of 27 5, 000 kw; or., e power plara is being planned for using Peat for both production of electrlc eaergy and gas anad transmitting them to Minsk; (4) the Da-vid-Gorodok group; and (5) the Narochl group with an equivalent capacity of 500, 000 kw. One oi the plans under consideration is to build 2 power 'houses of 250, 000 kw each for Polotsk and Molodecl"no. The aggregate capaciVj- of large electric power stations that could be built on the peat-energy sources in the BeISSR is about 2,600,000 kw. A.B.M. Card 2/2 .8 (6). SOV/11.2-59-1-245 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Elektrotekhaika, 1959, DTr 1, pp 31-32 (USSR) AUTHOR: Kuzovniko TITLE: On Determining Heat Losse3 From Mechanically Incomplete Combustion PERIODICAL: Sb. nauchn. rabot. Belorusek. politekhn. in-t, 1957, Nr 61, PP 154-161 ABSTRAM In using the atmospheric air as an ojddizer, the dimeasioniess coefficient P that depends only on the composition of fuel acquixes importance. This coefficient is called the "fuel characteristic. " The true value of IS depends not on the total quantity of carbon in the fuel but only on that part of it which participates in combustion and gas formation. 0 2. 37 i 25. 6 CMn+ 0. 375 S Card 112 SOV]112-59-1-Z45 On Determining Heat Losses From Mechanically Incomplete Combustion The formula shows that the accuracy of determination of j6 depends on the accuracy of determination of the mechanically incomplete combustion Cmn. The Cmn can be determined from gas-analysis data (as was suggested by Professor G. F. Knorre in 1928). Later on, Professor V. A. Koryakin suggested his equation for determining Cma; the coefficient P~ calculated from the fuel composition is also used there. A formula is presented for determining Crnn on the'basis of a gas analysis, without chemical investigation of the fuel composition. S. M. Sh. -KUZ-CVIITF,OVA, Ye.A.. kand. tekhn. nauk,.dotsant -qvw-~WPW~Casiio problems. in the automation of thermal processes in electric power planta, IZV* vys..ucheb. zav.,; energ. no. 1:132-136 Ja '58. (MIIiA 11:7) (Automation) (Blectricpower plants) RUTSKIT, A'.I.; TZONKOV, A,M,; GIMIR, L.B.; SLIPW, Ya.Y-a.; MUM$ I.V.; SOB0137# X~le; TINYAKOV, N.A.; VOIKOV, N.P.; BOTVISMU, Ta.Ye.; BAR&MOV, MoTe.; BRAMOM, V.A.; PZMIS# G.B,; KUMMOVA, 'Y~--- - - - - - - - ' je~.A.* 0761MIN, Yu.P.,- SHBMO, H.I.; P IT, G.I. ~ITAD O.I.'Bdbklu';' obltuax7. Izv. vyo,'uoheb* say'.- enarg. uo.4tI28 Av 158. Mobkin,, Grigorli lzrailevioh, 1892-1958)' (KMA 11:6)