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W0161621007100510031003' AoMM26 AUTHOR: Librescu, Liviu TITLE: on the problem of non-linear flutter of non-homoseneous thin cylindrical structures PERIODICAL: Acad6mie de la R6publique Roumaine.. Revue de M6canique Appliqu4e, v. 7. no. 1962, 927 - 945 TEXT: In rocket and space-craft construction novel materials are used- more and more. They'are assimilated with homogeneous and elastically orthotropic materials. Consequently, it is very important to examine the aero-elastic stabi- lity of the structures built with similar materials. In subject paper the author discusses the problem of non-linear flutter ofthin cylindrical panels, obtained by arbitrary superposition of s elastically orthotropic layers. It is assumed. that the high supersonic-speed fluid current passes with only along-dine surface of the panel, whose other surtace'is placed in tranquil air. The non- -disturbed speed.vector cf the current runs parallel to the axis OOL (Fig. 1). The following hypotheses are adopted: a) The.layers constituting the structure Card 1/2 LIBRESOU, Liviu Nonlinear fluttering of nonhomogenous, thin, and cylindrical structures. Studii care mee apl 13 no.3:681-700 162. 0 1 1 LIBRESCU, L. "Problems of the mechanics of continuous medium,* dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the birth of Academician N.I. Mushkhelishvili. Reviewed by L.Librescu. Studii cerc mec apl 13 no.3:799-801 162. LIBRESCU., L. Aeroelastio stability of the nonhomogeneous thin structures in a supeisonic fluid current. Comunicari-le AR 12 no*7:815-823 a I I 1, Commicare prezentata de academician B.Carafoli. LIBRESCII Vibrations and the aeroslastio stability of the thin,, no.nhomogeneous cylindrical structures in a current of compres- sible fluid. Studii cere mee apI 13 no-4:911-9-13 162. V OA (b ),/r-WP(r, )/Eta A;:PTr./A-rn Pt+_4 EM NRI Anods" R/OM6/63/000/002/025VO276 AUTHORs Libresou, Liviu- Nibrationslind aero-elastic stability of cylindrical heterogeneous struc TITIZI tures in a compressible fluid flow SOURCE: Revue de meoanique appliqueep ve 8. no* 2., 1963p 251-276 MPIC TAGSI liyer'struoture, deformationj, e1isplacementj, movement equation., com- circular cylindrical structured patibility equation, phpical equation., vibration. compressible fluid'flow ABSTRACTt The author-develops equations on elasticity of layer.structureds He presents mathematical geometrical relationships between deformations and displace- ments. After presenting compatibility equations, equations of movement and physi- cal equations he develops resolving equations from which final solutions may be obtained. Vibration and stability of circular cylindrical structures in a compre sible fluid flow are analyzed. The effect of rotating inertial forces on critical velocity of the flutter is also discussed. The accompanying tables give mathemati- cal expressions for mechanical parameters for structures made of orthotropic layers when they are symmetrical or isotropic.. Orig. art. hass 57 formulas,,. 2 figures -cardi/9 --------- LIBUSKU, L.I. [Librescu, L.1,1 (BukbiLrest). Theory of anlootropic elastic shells and plat-as. Inzhaivir. 4 no-39475-- 485 164. (MIRA 17,10) MWIA M~orobiology. Microbes. Pathogenic to Mlan and F-5 Animals. Bactorla,* Bacteria of tho Intestinal' G.Po up Abs Tour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 16, 1956, 72123. Author,.~ NestoresculN,;-Popovici, M.;'Yovac, S.; Libroscu, PheptLeao~.A. NesteLrescu, .- N.; Popovici, 7.; -Htr'GScu_ -S.'~ tfoVak,~ S'.; Oheptea,, A. Gorun V. Inst Not-given. Title Investigation of_Spreadin Rumania of Sairological ,Types of Intes-;inal Bacillus Cciusin6 :antertitis An Children-: Orig Pub: -Rev. microblol. parazitolo si_6pede~iliol., 19156,- -1,~ No 2, .'46 '49'; 49-153, -11 4, ';7'- 10. Abstract: The feces of.2125 healthy children from 5 collect- .ives.and of 300 childrenwith enteritis were studied, 13 strains o f patho,,.eiiic serotypes of -Card 1/2 42 b d? RU."UtNTIA Microbiology. Idicrobes PathoSonic to Man and F-5 Aninials. Bacteria. Bacteria of tho Intestinal Group. Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biole, No 16, 19562 72124. Author :-kestorescu, N.; Popovici, )PI.; Wovac, S.; Librescu, .~~ Cheptea, A. Inst :!Not given. Title Study of,the Spread In Rumania of Serolocical Types .of Intastinal Bacillus Causing Enteritis in Children. Orig Pub: Rev. microbiol., parazitol. si epider-.~J_o~., 1956, 1, No 2, 53-57. Abstract: In Rw-aania, serological types of intestinal bacillus which play an important role in the etiology of enteritis in children, espL-cially in the appearance of a toxic-septic epidebiie syndrome, 'Card 112 43 ACCESSION NR: Ap4o43521 S/0258/64/004/003/0475/04851 --AUMOR: Libreaku I. (Bucharest) L :TITLE.- Theory of anisotropic elastic shells and plates SOURCE,: Inshenernytv zhurnals Vo 4, no. 3, 1964, 475-485 TOPICIAi --stic shell,, elaside plate,, stress analysisp Gaussian equation ABSTRACT: Atheorylia.pr9sented for homogenPous.anisotropic elastic shells and ypotheses' Components e. of the deformaticn i.plates which is free from simpliXying h. 13 tensor ande '13 omponents (1 1,2,,3) of the stress.-tensor were considered. Th boundary- conditions at the exteraal surfaces of the shell were strictly satisfiedp constant and no limitation to the thickness of the shell was imposed. The shell ( :thickness h) was-,described by a radius vector using Gaussian coordinates. Covariant. and contravariant components of the 3-dimensional metric tensor of the middle layer: :of the shell were dealt with,, ud the Gaussian curve ofthe undeformed surface was expressed. Chriotoffel's symbo2s of the second kind were used and the Gausa-Korda;ts ~equations were considerede KLeviental volumes of the middle surface were studied in., the absence--of massive forces. The general. relation between stresses and small Card 1/2 LIE,P;-,-,YYH, G. Ya. Libreykh, G. Ya. Illaterials for reseorch on the physico-chemical properties of the feces of bealthy and sick horses," Trudy Alna-At. vet.-zooteklm, in-t~, 11ol. 7, iqV) Po 2111-22 -- Eibliog: 2P i'Lems So: U-3566, 15 March 53, (Letcpis 'Zhurnal lnykh Statey, No. 13, 1949) USSR/Diseases of Farn, A-nimals - None6ntagious Diseases. R-1 Abe Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol., Ito 12, 1958, 54898. Author - Libreykh' G. Ya. Inst :Alma-Ata InFtTt-ute of Zcology and Veterinary Sciences. Title :Data on the Pathogenesis of Gastre-Intestinal Disturbances in Horses with Pathological Changes of the Cardiovascular System. Orig Pub; Tv. Alm-Atinsk. zonvet. in-ta, 1956, 9, 139-144. 1 Abstract: Diseases of the cardinvascular system (myodegenera- tion, myocarditis, heart failure), often found in horses empl3yed in mountaineous areas, are an impor- tant factor in the development of gastro-intestinal disturbances. Heart diseases cause a weakening of Card 1/3 USSR/Diseases of Farm Ani mal s - Noncontagious Diseases R-I Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 12, 1958, 54898. heart muscle contractions, resulting in hemodynamic disturbances, which in turn cause a slowing of blocd flow, a decrease in blood supply to all tissues, and, consequentLy, a decrease cf their being supplied with oxygen. The insufficient flow of oxygen tc the tissues ewises disturbances of their biochemical pro- cesses and of the body's metabolism. This oxygen insufficiency causes changes and disturbances in all parenchymatous organs, particularly functional dis- turbances of the gastro-intestinal tract. Examination of 53 sick horses who showed clinical symptom of heart disease and of lung impairment in some of the cases as vell, revealed in all of the animals path*- logical changes of the gastro-intestinal tracts. Gastritis is the chief fom of stomach pathology, Card 2/3 ussR/Diseases of Farm Animals - Noncontagious Diseases. R-1 Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol-, No 12, 1958, 54898 which presen-,s hyperacidic characteristics in the early sta6es of the disease. Basically, the gastritis process is a chrenic one. Card 3/3 w LIBFXYKH, G*Ya,,, dotsent ,-,V.-W~ jethogenesis - ----- on of stomach and intestinal diseases in horses with a patho2ogy of the cardiovwcular pystem- Trudy AZVI 9:139-W, 156. (MIRA 1534) 1. Iz kafedry chantnoy patologii i terapii (zav. kafedroy - chlen-kcTrespondeirt AN KazSSR, zaaluzhennyy dayatell nauki KazSSR, doktor pro3T. Ya.I.Kleynbok) Alma-Atinskogo zooveterinarnogo inatituta. (Horses-Diseaves and pests) (Alimentary canal-Diseases) 77-777~, ~ - . I I - - ~. ~ - I -- - - - -7 - - --, ---- LIBROVICII, B. G., ed. Operation of Com~-Ustlon engines nnd their aggregates; collection of articles dedicated to the me-mory of E. K. Mazing Moskva, Mashgiz, 1946. ?51 P- ORLIN, Audrey Sergeyevichi prof.; IrYRUBOV, Dmitriy Ilikolayevich;, KiLISH, German Georgiyovich; KHUGWY, Hikhail Goeorgiyevich; LEOWV, Oleg Borisovich; LEBEM, Sargey Yevgenlyevich;.&IJ ,JjLQX_J;_A- CHURSIN, Hikhail Hikhay-lovich; MIKUMOV, T.K., prof., retsenzeat; YEGORKIM, L.I., insh., red.; TIKHAN OV, A.Ya., [Internal combustioa engines] Dvigateli vautrennego sgoranita. Pod red. A.S.Orlina. Izd. 2-oa., parer. i dop, Hoskva. Goa. uauchno- takhusi'zd-vo mashinostroit. lit-r7. Vol.l. [The working principles of englnes'and t6ir units] Rabochie' proteessy v dvigateliakh i ikh agregatakh. 1957. 396 p. (HIRA 11:3) (Gas and oil engines) LIBROVICH, U. S. The Ca"baeroug of the Schartym River and the Upper Ural region. Leningrad, Golm 1939. 41 p. =w. (Trudy, Mmt. nauchno-Iseled. gool.-raz. Init. vy,.p. 114) PPAN NMOFLOSHIV' V.P.;. ORLOV. Yu.A.. glavn" redaktor izdantya; BRULIGA-NESTMIIKO. X.I.. redaktor: HALITKIN, D.V.. redp,'^tor; GIMM, R.Y., redaktor; KRISHTOPOVICH, A.I., redaktor, IMMIQ6". redaktor; LIKHAM. E.K. redaktor; SLCDKBTICH. V.$., red:ktor; ItMZIR, A.G., redaktor; TAII- SHEVSKIT. N.A., redaktor; XBRIMI. R.L.. redaktor; AUZAN, H.P.. tekbitcheeldy redaktor [ftleoutoloff of the U.S.S.R.] Palsontologilm SSSR. Kosi;rs, Izd-vo A6d~,Uiaimk`SSM. Tol*3o'Pt e2o 'no.l. Neldoroubev 70-PrcDevbniau Bryonva u _.& Of the Altai Territory] Devouskie mahmInki.AltaJ& . 1948. 172 p 48 p. of- MUM. 1;: 7) l.-Direktor Palsontologichaskogo'instituts (for Orlov) (Altai Territory-Folysom. Fossil) Llmpr~'Tmlq L. S. . . CeojoM.,, Stratigraphic r, ralenotholod cal -mothod ~ n stratirraphic rcolo[7. I.Tat. Geol. Inst. , 1~ ~ 19116 l,'Olrl;iT-'-,' LIST OF PUSEW" ACCESST NS. Libranj of Congrezs, October 1952. UITCUSSIF=Ii. -,-- .. ~0 GRUSHEVOY, V.1J.: IVAHOY. A.Aa; XUREX, N.N,; LIBROVICH L S - MOROZENKO, =1-~ N.K.; HMOROSHEV, V.P.; RUSANOV,'B-.Y.--,31AB-AROT, N.V.; SHMOVA, X.V., red.izd-va; GORDIYRM, Ye.B., (Instructions and conventional symbols for making mineral map of the U.S.S.R. on a 1:1000000 scale] Instruktaiia i uslovaye -obozaacheniia dlia sostavlenita karty poleznykh iskopaemykh SSSR masshtaba 1:1000000. Moskva, Goo. nauchno-tokhn. i zd-vo lit-ry po geol. J okhrane nedr, 1955. 16 p. (MIRA 12:10) 1. Leningrad, Vaesoyuznyy geologichaskiy institut. (Mines and mineral resources-Haps) BOCH, S.G.; GRUSHEVOY, V.G.; MVANOVSKIY, YU.X.; ZORIOMWA, A.I., IVANOV, A,A,; Kau, N,N.; LIEROVICH, L S - MOROZEM, H-K-; NWWROSMff, V.P.; RUSANOT, X.; SnBAROT, N.V.; SHAUWV. yO.T.-j ireda)Ct#'; DZi;VANoVSKIY, TV.K.; rodaktor; KW19KOVi T-I-- r, 1. a~sdaktor; MIRLIN, G.A., redaktor; RUSANOV, B.S., redaktor; SEMBM- VA, M.V., redaktor; GUROTA, 0,A., tekhnicheskiy redaktor. [Instruction for compiling wd preparing for publication the state geological map of the U.S.S.R., and the map of the mineral resources of the U.S.S.R.Scals 1:10000001 Instruktaiia po sost&Tleniiu i pod- gotoTke k izdaniiu goxudaretTOnnoi geologichookoi karty SSSR i karty polesnykh iskopaemykh SSSR. Masshtaba 1:1000000. Moskva, Goo. nauchne- tekhn. izd-vo lit-ry po geologii i okhrans nodr, 1955. 52 p., tables of symbols, maps [Xicraflim) (MIRA 9:6) 1. Russia (1923- U.S.S.R.) Ministeretvo geologii i ckhramor nedr. (Geolog3r--Maps) u H , L KRISIMFOVICH, A.N., redaktor (deceased] RPIZHAWKIY, T.N.. redaktor; BETTATINSKIT, N.A., redaktor; VADRANTANTS, L.A., redaktor; UM97, I.K., redaktor; KRASIUV, I.I., redaktor; KULIOT. K.T. redaktor; LABAZIN. G.S., redaktor-, LIBROVICH L.S., redektor; LURIT13, H.L., redaktor; MALINDVSKIY, MUBMV, L.Ta., redaktor; NMMROSMW, V.P., redaktor; SUGIMSKIT, V.M redaktor; TALDYKIN, $.I., redaktor; XRARAKOV, IL.V., redaktor; SHABAROV, N.V., redaktor; SKYORTSOV, V.P., redaktor; KISKMA, A.A., tekbuicheskiy redaktor GURDTA, O.A., telehnicheskiy redaktor. (Geological dictionary] Goologlebeskii slovarl. Moskva, Goa. mucbno-iekhnA2d-vo lit-ry po geologii i okhrane nedr.Vol.1 A-L 1955.402 p. (MLRA 8:10) (Geology-Dictionarlem) LIJmA'H V. B.K.. glavW redaktor. LIBROVIOH, L.S., redaktor: HOD74LEVSKATA. Te.k., redaktor; C-1jamm. H.K., redaktor; ROTAY,A.P.. redaktor; SPZ79AR KIT, T.W., redaktor; SITORTSOV, V.P., redektor izdatellstva; WROVA, 0J., tekhnichesk1jr redektor [Stratigraphic dictionary, of the U.S.S.R.] Stratigraficheskii slovarl am. Moskva, Goa. nauchno-takha. izd-vo lit-ry po geol. i okhrane nedri 1956. 1282 p. (XW 10:2) 1. leningrade Toesoyusnyy geologicheekly Inetitut. (6~ology, Strattgraphle-Dictionarlsel) LIBROVIGH. L*S. , - - - I Some new groups of go~niatiteilrom Carboniferous deposits of the U.S.S.R. Bzhegod. Vees. paleont. ob-va 16:246-273 '57- (Ammonoidea) (MIRA 11:4) %4' BILYAYUSKIYi N.A., red., VERNSHCHAGIN, Y.N., red., KRASMYY, L.I., red., LIBROVICH, L.S., 3W.. XARKOVSKIY. A.P., red., IMYLEV, S.A., red., NIKOLAYEV, V.A., red., OYMEXIN, H.K., red., POLOVINKINA. Yu.'It,. red., ROSSOVA, S-.M., red. izd-va,; 53MOTA, M.T., red. izd-va,; BABINTSEV, N.I.-. red. izd-va,: GUROVA, O.A., (Geological structure of the U.S.B.11.)Geologichaskoe stroenie SSSR. Moskva. Goo. asuchno-tekhn. izd-vo lit-ry po geol. i okhrane nedr. Vol. 1. [Stratigraphyl Stratigraflia. 1958- 587 P- [Supplement] Priiezhenie- 3 fold. maps. Vol 2 [Nagmatism) Magmatizz- 1958- 329 p- Vol: 3: [Tectonical Taktonike. 1958. 383 p? (MIRA 11:11) 1. Lonivgrad. VBeB0yUZW geologic'aeskiy ipatitut. (Geology) LIBROV rcH, L. S. 0 - - --" . . ~ A, . " "i 085 for establishing the lower margin of the Carboniferous [with summary in Znglish]. Sovegeol. 1 no.7:35-42 JI. 158. (MIRA 11:11) 1. TessoyumW nauchno-Issledo7atellskiy geologicheakly institut. (Geology, Stratigraphic) LIBROTICH, L.S. gttfttng the principal stages in the evolution of ammonoide In the lower and middle Carboniferous for purposes of correlation [with summary In %lish]. Sov. geol, 1 no.8:89-94 Ag 158- (MIRA 11: 11) lo VeesoyusW nauchno-iseledovatel'skiy geologicheekly institut. 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To.A., red.,- NIKIFOROVA. 0.1., red.; OBUT, A.M.. red.; PCIMJNTSITA. 0.T., red.; RZRONSHITUATA, M,A,, red.; SMOVA# N.A., red.; SWAHOV, D.L., red.; TIMOFEM, B.T., red.; KHTrDOIXT, K.H., red.; CHEMMOV, Tu.F., red.; CHMMSHEVA. N.Te., red.. DUZHAVINA. N.G., red.izd-va; GUROYA, O.A., ' (Continued on next card) AWMIEV, N,P,~(continued) Card 2. [Decisions of the Interdepartmental Conference on the Unified Stratigraphie Columns of the Northeastern Part of the U.S.S.R.] Reohealla Nexhvedometvennogo soveshoban1la po razrabotke unifitai- rovannykh stratigraficheakikh ekhem d1la Severo-Yostoka SSSR. Moskva, Goe.nauchno-tekhn.izd-vo lit-ry po geol. i akhrane nedr, 1959. 65 p. (MIRA 13:2) 1. Nezhvedomstvannoye sovoshr-haniye po razrabotke unifitairovannylth stratigrafioheskikh skhem d3ya Severo-Vostoka SSSR. Magadan, 1957. (Soviet Far East--Geology, Stratigraphic) LIBROVICH, L.S. Academician Adtrii Vaaillevich NalivIdn; on his 70th birthda3r. Sov.geol. 2 no.12:133-136 D '59. (HIFJ. 13:5) .1. Vsesoymny7 geologichealdy nauchno-issledovatel'akiy iustitut. -(Valivkin, Dmitrii Vasillevich 1890-) NALIVKINI NY.# glav, red.; VEWHOUGIN, V.N.., zam. glav. red.; MWER, Y.Vay zam, glav, red.; OVECHKIN, N.K., zam. glav. red.[deceased]; SOKOLOV, B.S,, zam, glar. red.; SHANTSER, Ye.v,.% zam. glav. red.; KELLER, B.M., ot-v. red. toma MODZALEVSKAYA, Ye.A.,, red.; CHUGAYEVA, M.N., red.; GROSSOEYM, V.A.9 redaktor-, KIPARISOVA, I.D., redaktor; KOROBKOV,14.kv,~ red,; KRAPOV, red.; KRBIGIDLITS, T.Ya., red.; jjBjQV:Ed.H, D.'B... re -LIKHAH V, B.N., red.; LUPPOV, N.P.# red.; NIKIFOROYA, OZ.., ~red.;,_,QwCM-i-S.V., red.; POLKANOV, A.A., red.[deceased]; RENGARtENp T.P., red.; STEPANOV, D.L., red.; CHERNYSHEVA, Me., red.; SHATSKIY, N.S... red, (deceased]; EBERZIN, A.G... red.; QDROKHOVA, T.A.., red.izd-va; GUROVA, O.A., tekhn. red. [Stratigraphy of the U.S.S.R. in fourteen volumes] Stratigrafiia SSSR v chetyrnadtsati tomakh. Moskvas, Gosgeoltekhizdat. V01.2. (Upper Pre-Cambrian] Verkbnii dokembrii. Otv. red. B.M. Keller. 1963. 716 p. (MIRA 17:1) 1. Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Sokolqv). . I I- - LIM?DV-ICH VECHKIN, N.K.(deceased); DOMNIdH, N.I.., red.; BARABANOVA, T.M., tekhn. red. [Problems and rules for the study and description of strato- types and key stratigraphic cross sections]..Zadachi i pra- vile. izucheniia i opisaniia stratotipov i opornyk-h strati- graficheskikh razrezov. Moskva, Gongeoltekhizdat, 1963. 26p . (miaA 16:lo) 1. Mezhvedomstyennyy stratigraficheakiy komitet. (Geology, Stratigraphic) LIBROVICH, L.S. Facies zoning of the Urals in the beginning of the Carboniferms. Trudy VSEGEI 102:33-40 164. (MIRA 18:2) LIBROVICH, N.B.; VINLIK, M.I. Activity coefficients of the nonionized form of scme indicators used in measuring the acidity of aqueous solutions of suLluric acid. Dokl. A11 SSSR 166 no.3:647-650 Ja 166. (MIRA 19:1) 1. Institut khimicheskoy fiziki AN SSSR. Submitted May 24, 1965. 3/,-07/62/000/001/010/016 B145/BI38 AUTKORS: Istratov, A. G., Librovich, V. B.. (Moscow) TlTLE: Theory of flame velocity in systems with chain reactions llj~',RM)ICAL: Zhurnal prikladnoy mekhaniki I tekhnicbeskoy'fizilci, no. 1 1962, 68 - 75 T'-j',XT: Ya. B. Zelldovich's 3emiquantitative theory of hot flames with chain reactions (Ref. It Z011.1ovich Ya. B. Tsepnyye reaktsii v goryaAikh plamenyakh. Priblizhennaya teoriya skorosti plameni. Kinetika I kat'ali z - 1961, v. II *, no. 3) Is elaborated and the rate of flame propagation is calculated for HC1 mixtures and compared with experimental data. For the"X scheme of an unbrancbed chain. It. + fit - 1 2 B + M, A + B --> C + B (A initial substance, B active centers, M arbitrary molecule) db/(it - Ylb - 2 amk e-F'1/"T and -da/,3t = v, ~:--abk e- E2/RT (a, b, m concentration of A, 1 a 2 B, 14) 1 and mder -ffie.63sumptim S const3nt concentt-atibn i of active centers in the reaction zone (b-.-b*), the following system of equations is obtainedt Card 010/018 S/207' (62/000/001/ W40138 The 0ry of flame Veloc _i t.~ dT - b,kgp.7-Sj ItT -V d I, -j~ + qa CPPU -rx crz da - abk%e -roT da d - D('L P U, j'-C 9 db + 2amk,c-L,,'RT _i. coef f icient db PA. --gj cif j.0 heat 9 PU T% spe jer the density I p nts) Unc y coefficie me qroP' a8at'On diffusion sm .1 all tha" it (u rate of fla 1) and. Db e 86 , I-, a t ductivity I a Ahe, activ co-ovec,tile e of thermal coy' ieglecting.. ~ntratiOn 0 obtaine- t the-conc d arp -balance Of As 411 u6tiOns, ,,,pt4_on tba - beat following e as! no t on the Ahe + 8 9 resictjon zone, 1 It) has RT, transfer R 1 9 f k qao 'alp) , I + - a0 the scheme B2 be' kjj mole For assumption that t or the ,action per k3--AB + B u(1er the I CL heat eff6l k2..Ab + hq )L + B2'- B + 2 B + ,9 Cara 2/4 S/207/62/000/001/010/018 Theory of flame velocity ... B145/BI38 tion of the active centers in the reaction zone was found to be low and determined only by the rate of diffusion of the a 'ative centers from-the combustion products into the reaction zone. The calculation results for u agree with the experimental data from Ref. 12 (Ref. 12s Rozlovskiy A. I. Kinetik~,temnovoy reaktsii kh1orovodorodnoy Bmesi. Normallnoye goreniye kh1c'rovodorodnikh smesey. ZhFKh, 1956, v. M, no. 11) D.~A. Frank - Kamenetskiy, S. B. Ratner, E. E. Nikitin, A. I. Rozlovskiy; Ya. B. Zelldo- vich and G. I. Barenblatt are mentioned. There are I figure, 1 table,- and 12 references: 10 Soviet and 2 non-Soviet. The two.references to' English-language publications read as followst Hirsc~felder J. 0., Bird R.*B. and Spotz E. L. The transport properties for non-polar gases and' gaseous mixtures. Chem. Rev., 1949, V. 44, no'. 1, p. 205; Hirschfelder J. 0., Bird R. B.'and Spotz E. L. The transport properties for non-polar gases. J. Chem. Phys., 1948, V. 16, no. 10, p. 968. SUBMITTEDt October 14s 1961 Card 4/4 LIBROVICI~ V.B. (Moskva) Characteristic combustion rate of gunpowder of a ndxed composi- tion. Jl-Ag 162, (KERA 16 z 1) (Gunpowder) 37387 B/020/62/143/006/020/024 A 577047 B152/B102 /////o AUTHORS: Istratov, A. G.f and Librovioh. V. B. TITLEt Calculation of the rate of normal flame propagatibn in hydrogen-chlorine mixtures PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Doklady, v. 143, no. 6, 1962, 1380-1383 TEXT: On the basis of Ya. B.-Zelldovich's theory of normal flame propagation in chain reactions (Kinetika i kataliz, 2, no. 3, 305 (1961)), the authors6+,udy the combustion of hydrogen-chlorine mixtures; At the temperature of combustion (25000K), 0121 unlike H2 and HC1, dissociates almost entirely and releases a chain reaction: Cl 2 + X 4 2C1 + X; wCl " 2[Cl 21 [X]kl exp(-E,/RT). X is an arbitrary molecule, and w is the reaction rate. The chain reaction proceeds in the following ways Cl + H 2 - HC1 + H; WE2 IC11 1112 ]k 2 exp( -E2/RT). Excess chlorine Card 1/4 S/020/62/143/006/020/024 ,Calculation of the rate of normal ... B152/B102 continues to dissociate after the combustion of the h drogen and forms activecenters. If the equilibrium concentration [61 equ is only reached at a large distance from the reaction zone, the small concentration [Cl] M in the reaction zone can be calculated from the diffusion rate of the active centers in-it. In this case, the temperature immediately beyond the reaction zone is higher than the theoretical equilibrium temperature, to which it only decreases at a large distance, as has been demonstrated by Ya. B. Zelldovich and S. B. Ratner (ZhETF, 11, 170 (1941)). With chlorine excess the heat conduction and diffusion equations as used by D. A. Frank-Kamenetskiy, together with the equations for the reaction rates, yield )2( C,,,rr )2DCI, L + E- ("Tr (pouo)44 10,1, 1 X I kl,. k2,exp( R7 (4) E2 7,7 q[H21a -5-Hr fal. = 2u-r2Dcj,[C1211 .1 X I kir exp f- EVRTrl; (5). Subscript r refers to combustion, and subscript o to the initial mixture; q is the heat effect of the reaction, D is the diffusion coefficient, c is the specific heat, and % is thermal conductivity. With H excess 2 Card 2/4 3/020 /62/143/006/020/024 Calculation of the rate of normal ... B152/BI02 'in the mixture one finds EPI RTr )3 E, + E, ~ 4 _IE_ - )31c,, ( " )SIIi,I,.[XJkj,k2,exp (6) and (pouo)l * 4f ( CP'T' Er _TT q IC1210 OH, CPr pr c T ji E, - E, M- q_'r~ r IC121OIXI-Lexp -T?77- IC112M=f2 EI) JH2), Pcl,~ r 3/2 u-Is the molecular weight, and f 2 (V 2/EI) /2 ) (E2/EI) For stoiebiometric combustion one obtains (pauo 4f, (_!prTr X E, '93 CPr _5j_j,,Dcj,, 10slo X IC1210 [ X I kirk2r P-xP El + Es V~ R.Tr ICIII DH-r (C1.101XI k1,. ex*P El - EI (9). RE-) DCI. r uir RT,. The activation energy of chlorine dissociation is E 57,500 Cal/mole. The pre-exponential factor was calculated according to Ye. Ye. Nikitin Card 3/4 S/020/62/143/006/020/024 ,Calculation of the rate of normal B152/BIO2 (DAN, 119, no. 3, 526 (1958)). E 2 6,800 cal/mole, k 2 - 1.32-10- 10 cm3/sec. The calculated values refer to To 2910K and P. - I atm. of the initial mixture. They are compared with experimental data of A. I. Rozlovskiy (ZhPKh, 30, no. 11, 2489 (1956)). Ya. B. Zelldovioh is thanked for discussions, G. I. Barenblatt for interesty and A. 1. Rozlovskiy for making available data. There are I figure and I table. The most important English-language references are: J. 0. Hirschfelder, R. B. Bird, E. L. Spotz, J. Chem. Phys., 16, no. 10, 968 (1948); J. 0. Hirschfelder, R. B. Bird, E. L. Spotz, Chem. Rev., 44, no. 1) 205 (1949)- .ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut (Moscow Physicotechnical Institute) PRESENTEDs November 289 1961, by Ya. B. Zelldovich, Ac9demician SUBMITTED: November 20, 1961 VY Card 4/4 -.- I Acmqsim NR: A?4o4i2o3 S/0207/64/000/003/0W/0144 Istratovi A, G. (Moscow); TAbrovich,, V. Be (Hoscow); Novozhilov, Be V. (moscow) TITLE: Concerning the approximation m*ethod in the theory of uneven combustion.. rate of a powder meldianiki i tekhnicheskoy Siziki,, no,~ 3, 196'4' SOURCE: Zhurnal prJlcladnoy 139-:ih4 TOPIC TAGSs combustion rate#vombustion stability., computer result,combustiori temperature., temperature gradient ABSTRACT.* Analytical expressions for an uneven,combustion rate were derived for, a powder model with a combustion rate dependent only on the pressure and surface 1temperature gradient of the condensation phase. Instantaneous and exponential pressure variations were studied. The steady-potider combustion rate was investi- gated for both the linear and exponential dependence on the initial powder temper- ature. In steady combustionthe rate is determined by the initial temperature T16 and the pressure p, and a~relation exists between T W the temperature eradient. 0 '-at the.boundary of the condensation phase Te, Knowing this, To was foun4 as a . I Card AcussioN NR: APW412w function of p and Y, and the combustion rate was expressed in these parameters. iYa. B. Zeltdovich (0 skorosti goreniya porokha pri peremennom davlenii. Piiu, 1964,,~ No' 3) showed that this could also be done for uneven burning) but in this case must be determined from the solution of the thermal conductivity equation in the solid phase. The problem was worked out with the dimensionless variables; it* consisted of finding functions determining the uneven combustion rate and the Itemperature distribution in a solid phase. This had been previously done by a I Icomputer using the approximation method of integral equations. The uneven combus- tion rate was studied for a linear dependence of the powder combustion rate on the initial temperature. For the purpose of illustrating the derived results, uneven combustion rates with a sharp.and an exponential decrease of pressure were examined: by the approximation method and compared to computer results with satisfactory agreement. Rctinguishing of the powder may take place with a rather rapid decrease in the pressure,and an instantaneous decrease leads to a negative radical which it is unsolvable. The final portion ofthe paper is devoted to the study of the uneven combustion rate with an exponential dependence of the powder combustion rated--.' on the initial temperature. The authors'thank 0. 1. Leypunskiy and G. 1. Barenblatt for their critique and advice. Orig., ert*-hass 6 figures and 28, equations, "'ASSOGMIONt none '.C d or : '' - -- - , ~ ~!-- -.-- -..~.. .- ~~Mlm LIBROVICH, V.B. (Moskva) Imition of gunpowders and other explosives. PMrF no. 6:74-79 1 (KMA 17-7) .~-D 163. the ability or o n St Com" Zharnn' pr-'kladnoy mokhanik' i t-,~~!~hnlcherkoy fizik-, no, 5, 39-43 combustion, combustion stibility, s o I i fuel , ey losive , Th- qten,~v-Et-ito comhustir,,, of pow-lier daa in nti~r tec Fnd correspond- ve ":I 71 -,~vi n e c o i7i o u,~ :.,D n i zo were heat-InC starts at T -1 pouder ana increrAses IL-C) a Lin Ter Ya c v + 1 2, chaV_r-C~ o 7,o w a ~~U~rdl 4~- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- n-,-nbc-r an -,r9 aro vritten under the a~7,-17 n d A Se~, C, e a -.,a c iand tho tran-~fer cne'-c are cons'-, cr tnR neat PtG C0 CISUU' T3 CP Of r9,'- 7 i or, yielbG - -j _i") ~ F, (.11 Ix I f3 ip~ J itionn ,enorateS a 5-3~ 0, O~rht --h the ht boundar. con a t at) i 1ity criteria alfcbraic eqUati.On3. lh ou zained: a t. y > > I + a/ 2 + a; c + < 1. u > 2 (v 4 and at y < A < 21L-6 (T,-- TO) T7, v %-V ch a 1, Yri D X _jj, Fli. .J, ;7- Ila I gQ -''3 v -r- y .no '04 nono Miar64 ENCL: 01 SUB CODE: F11 TD, NO REF SOV: oo6 OTHER 000 ATD PRESS, 3169 Cord 3/4 ACCESSION R.: M'50C9-862 Fig. 1. Temperature dintribution during ccir.Dusilnr, ENCLOSTRZ 01 /~A ---T,--~,p ii 5L;w6 6 - _:ff lar (V 1 15w f -1 f r, T ACP-Mri - -AP6009050 (A) SOURCE CODE: UR/0207/66/000/001/0067/0078' AUTHOR: Istratov, A. G. (Moscow); Librovich, V. B. (Moscow) Z ORG: none TITLE: The stability of propagation of spherical flames SOURCE: Zhurnal.prikladnoy mekhaniki i tek~nicleskoy fiziki, no. 1, 1966, 67-78 TOPIC TAGS: combustion, combustion stability, combustion instability, flame, spherical flame ABSTRACT: The discrepancy between the critical Reynolds number value of unity pre- dicted by L. D. Landau Is theory and the much higher experimental values has been studied by several Soviet researchers. Experiments by Shchelkin, Zeldovich, and Rozlovskiy yielded values ranging from 104 to 106 for Recr* In the present study, a theoretical analysis of the critical Reynolds number was made for spherical flame13 under tIn _. assuqAon that.the flame front is a discontinuity which moves relative to .the gas at a velocity which in general depends on the curvature of the flame surface. The analysis was carried out in two.steps: first, the stability was analyzed with respect to the first harmonic, while assuming that the flam speed is independent of the perturbation (Landau's concept): then, the stability with respect to higher harmonics was analyzed. For this case, the effect of the perturbation on the flame speed is considered. In the first case, using Landau's approachwhich does not Card ACC14R, AP009050 consider the transport phenomena, it was found that instability will be induced only -by short wave.perturbations. However, for short wave perturbations the effect of V'I-the transport phenomena, which may lead to attenuation, must be considered and therefore the above result is inconclusive. In the second case, all perturbations decrease and"the individual harmonics are attenuated ata different rate. One .iL .,harmonic passes through a minimum and then'the other harmonics begin to grow and .b instability develops. In general, the analysis sho~ied that the critical. Reynolds liumber of spherical flames is considerably higher than that of flat flames, i.e., spherical flames are more stable. This is ddSonstrated by a numerical e-Ample. The high,experimental,Recr values must be attri ed to the chiiracteristics of theetsphexLl. ical flame as well as to nonlinear stabilizin' I s: r, g effects. Orig. art.. Ud -8-Dirmulas and-6 figure (PV) UB PRESS.- CODE: 21/ SUBM-DATE: l8Aug65/ ORIG REF: ''0091 OTH REF: 002/ AIT S A.- I- ACC NRt AP6015078 SOURCE COM UR/OMO/66A68/001/0043/004.6 AUTHORS: Istratovp A. G.; Librovich, V. Be 7-S ORG: Institute of Chemical Physicst AcadwW of Sciences SSSR (Instjtijt--.-;'. khimicFe'skoy r1sul XMTe-m-ff naulc bbbit) -TITLEt 11ydrodynazda. stabil of spherical flame SOURCEt AN SSSR. Doklady, v. 168t no. It 1966t 43-46 TOPIC TAGS: hydrodynamic otabilityl Ia-no flamej Rwrwlda number, gas combustioup ABSTRACT: The hydrodynazic stability of apherical'flamen in analyzed. The ampU- tude of the Maw perturbation f as a function of tim t 1A exp r om+d Ik I const -(211~-)- L2w+.-t Vjl whwe it in assumd that the flame velocity changes at the curved front and CW4 UDC: L 2970=0 ACC Nle AM15078 For W > Op the above equation attains a mirAmm value for each n at different times. This time IC is shown to depend on the Prandtl number of the cold gas, the Reynolds number,, and the parameter which is a coefficient of proportionality between Ak PrRs and the flam width,, or t It in shown that the continuous increase in the perturbation wavelengths at the surface of combuotioulkian increase the original Reynolds number by two orders-of-magaiiudee A numerraWwmpple is given to illus- trate this point. In conclusion the authors express their thanks tola, B, Zeltdoviob for the formlation, of the problem azW Lts.eiIraluation, to G. 1. Barenblatt, 0. 1. LURVEMY, and Yea X, Troshin for.valuable remarks, This paper was presented by Academician Ya. B. Zeltdovich on Augot-1965o Orige art.6 bass 7 forzailas and 4 figwes. SUB CODEs 20/ SM DATE i lSAug65/ ORIG FMI We/ MH JW: M Cora 2/2_ L 3497~_66 EWT(1)/EWT(m)/T 1RW1JW1X4DjftdE ACC. - ~_R~~A P ~O2 2 5 2 3SOURCE CODE:. UR/0040/661030/003T6-VJiT61~6_6 AUTHOR: Istratov, A. G. (Moscov); Librovibb V. B. (Moscow) ORG: none TITLEi The effect of transport processes on the stability of a flat flame front SOURCE: Prikladnaya matematiks. i mekhanika, V. 30, no. 3, 1966, 451-466 TOPIC TAGS: combustion, combustion stability, combustion theory ABSTRACT: In his previous analysis of flame sta:bility, L, D. Landau (Zh. eksperim. i teor. fiz., 1944, v. 14, no. 6.) assumed that the Reynolds number of the perturbation is infinitely large and the thick- ness of the flame frontlinfinitely thin. In the present study, it was assumed that the Reynolds number is large but not infinite, and the following effects were taken into consideration: 1) the effects of them flame front curvature on the diffusion process, the thermal conductiv- ity, and the viscosity at the flame front; 2) changes in the reaction rate caused by temperature fluctuations; 3) the effect of the finite width of the flame front; 4) changes in the density of the combuation___~. productsqbehind the flame front caused by temperature fluctuations; Card 1/2. L 34973-66 ACC NR, AP6022523 and 5) the effect of viscosity oA the gas motion outside the flame. An equation was derived for the critical Reynolds number in terms of the ratios of the densities of the'hot and cold gases, the Prandtl number, the ratio of the tnermal Onductivity to diffusivity, and the dimensionless activation' energy. the effects of these individual fac- tors on UAaa-AtabilitylVin discussed. In general, the results showed that transport processes have a stabilizing effect. The authors thank G. I. Barenblatt and Ya. B.- Zelldovich for formulating and discussing the problem and 0.1j. Leypunskiy and V, 1. Yagodkin for their valuable remarks. Orig. art. has: 4T formulas and 3 W-gures..; (PVJ SUB CODE: 21/ SUBM DAM l8Jan66/ ORIG REF: OOT/ OTH REF: 009 ATD PRESS:S-.0 2 2/2 is DOMINIKOVSKIY,, V.N.; LIBROVICH, V.L. P.-gularities in the distribution of Ordovician phosphorites in the southern Siberian Platform. Zakonom. razm. polezn. iskop. 2:209- 220 159. MIRA 15:4) 1. Vsesoyuznyy naucbno-issledovatellskiy geologicheskiy institut Ministerstva geologii i okhrany nedr SSSR4. (Siberian Platform--Phosphorites) LI5ROVjgB,_X&_jj., Cand Geol-Mineral Sol -- (diss) *DtfA5xzxkj: "Petrology of the Ordovician phoophorus-containing ZpDsits In (min Geolov. the Irkutsk amphitheater." Len, 1957. 20 pp,, and Cun~fmineral Resources USSR, All-Union Sol Res Geol Inat VSEGEI), 100 copies. (KL, 9-r-518, 114) 34 - LIBROVICHO VIL, . Oyoles in middle Ordovician phosphnrite deposits In the southern part of the Siberian Platform. Top. geomorf. I geol. Rhift. zw.It iol-n2 157, 1; (MMA 11.:4) (Siberian Platform-Geology, Stratigraphic) /SRO V/C/~ DOKINIKOVSKIT, V.R,;,jQ!.0VICK V. Types of shallow-water obos-phorite deposits in the middle Ordovician of the Irkutsk amphitheater. Razved.i okh.nedr 23 no.8r6-10 Ag 157 (MIRA 10:11) 1. Vaesoyuznyy geologicheskiy nauchno-issledovatel'skly Institut. (Irkutsk Province-Phospborites) ')V0 V (C AUTHORS: Dominikovskiy, V. N., and 204-32/52 Librovich, V. L. TITLE: On the Geochemical Characterization of the Ordovician Phosphorites of the Irkutsk Amphitheatre.(K geokhimicheskoy kharaktoristike fosforitov ordovika Irkutskogo amfiteatra). PERIODICAL: Doklady AN SSSR, 1957, Vol- 117, Nr 4, pp. 658-66o (USSR) ABSTRACT: In 1955-1956 the authors studied the Ordovician sediments of the area mentioned in the title above. In 107 samples the proportions of accessory elements were stated by means of approximative spectrum analysis. By that it was found out that most minerals contained Ti, V, Cr, Mnl Ni, Cu Y and Zr in "Klark" quantities ("Klarkovyye kolichestvall~. Often Co, Ga, Sr, Ba, and Pb were found, and rarely also Be, So, Mo, and Sn. The presence of Ag and Th was rporAdic. In the sediments mentioned above there are 5 types of phosphorites: 1) shell-stone phosphorites with many lingula shells and - ferrophosphorous their fragments (up to 13,06 % P,~O`5 containing concretions with elemen a of the rare earths; these are rare small (1-5 centimeters) brown contractions Card 1/4 (UP to 8,38 % P 0 , 3) detritus granular phosphorites 2 5) On the Geochemical Characterization of the Ordovician ~20-4-32/52 Phosphorites of the Irkutsk Amphitheatre phosphorites consisting of finest (0,25-Ot5 millimeters) fragments of lingula shellst 4) phosphorite conglomerates of partly rounded dints)of phosphorite containing sand (up to 9,96 % 2 20 ), 5 phosphatelike ferruginous oolitic minerals, where o9lites with coverings alternatingly containing phosphate and iron are enclosed in a ferruginous loamy mass (up to 32 % Fe 203 and 106 % P20 ). Table I shows that all these types contain increased qualties of several elements. Moreover table 1 shows: 1. Enrichment with So, V, Un, Gu, Sr, Y, La, CQ, and Pb can be observed in phosphatic minerals and in some minerals of red color ("krasnotavatnyy"), but not in those of grey color eotsventyye"). 2. Of the mentioned mineral types each one differs from the other by certain pecularities in the concretion of these elements. 3. The group of brown phosphatic minerals distinguishes itself by the deficient enrichment with Cu and Pb. In this respect it is related to the red colored mineralev but not to the grey phosphorites which are enriched with Ou and Pb and some- times contain Ag. 4- In the brown ferruginous phosphatic concretions maximum percentages of elements of rare earths Card 2/4 can be found. From the number of other elements only V is On the Geochemical Characterization of the Ordovician 20-4-32/52 Phosphorites of the Irkutsk Amphitheatre distinctly concentrated here, contrary to the other types. 5. The detritus granular phosphorites do not offer such a high proportion of the elements of rare earths, but of other elements. For comparison several samples of phosphorites from museum collections were analyzed. Thus could be ob- served that the Ordovician phosphorites are more enriched with accessory elements than several others. Moreover the informations thus aquired show that one of the most essential conditions of this concentration were the missing or imper- fectly developed reduction processes in the sediments during the diagenesis. Two processes lead to the mentioned enrichment: 1. the concentration of the rare earths in phosphatic concretions which - as is well known - arise from oxydative surroundings, and 2. the adsorption of these elements by ferric hydrates of the brown and red sediments, where reduction phenomena play only an unimportant part. When both processes were working at the same time extremely enriched formations arose (type 2). Cu and Fb were concentrated in grey phosphorites, most probably because Card 3/4 under reductive conditions they form hardly soluble On the Geochemical Characterization of the Ordovician 26J4-32/52 Phosphorites of the Irkutsk Amphitheatre combinations. In this respect Mn remains neutral. The authors did not succeed in finding out the reasons for the fact that V is concentrated in the concretions of type 2 only. ~therelare I table, and 4 references, 3 of which are Slavic. ASSOCIATIONuA31 -Union Scientific Institute for Geological Research (Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy geologicheskiy institut). PRESENTED: , July 4, 1957, by A. G. Betekhtin, Academician SUBMITTED: JulY 1, 1957 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 4/4 DOMINIKOVSKIT, V.N.; LIBROTIGH, Y.L. Ordovician f6YA-ations in the Irkutsk amphitheater and their phosphorite potential. Sov.geol. 2 no.4:126-132 Ap (XIRA ;!.175 1. V88S07U2nyy nauchno-iogledovateltakiT geologicheskiy Institut. (Irkutsk Province--Phosphorites) LIBROVICH,.V.L. ------------------------ Origin of the basic forms of carbonaceous cementation of Aptian and Albian sandy deposits of Tuar-Kyr. Trudy VSEGEI 42:174-181 6o. (MIRA 14:9) (Tuar-Kyr region--Sandstone) LIBROVICH, V.L. Syngenetic carbonate cementation of some sandy sedimerits of the lower Cretaceous In the Tuar Kyr region. Trudy VSEGEI 46:326-331 ,61. (MIRA 14-11) (Tuar-Kyr region--Rocks, Sedimentary) DOMINIKOVSKIY, V.N.; DRAGUNOV, V.I.; LIBROVICH, V.L. Facies characteristizo of phosphorite sediments in the Siberian Platform. Sov.geol. 5 no,,9;113--lZ S 162. (MIRA 15:11) 1. Vaesayuznyy nauchno-isoledovatellskiy geologicheskiy institut. (Siberian Platform-Phosphorites) - LIBROVICHp V.L. structural cycles of carbonate formations. Inform.abor.VSFGEI no.50:29-37 161. (MM& 15:8) (Rocks, Carbonate) -LIBROVICH V.L. Study of the Aptian and Albisii paleogeography in the northweatern;part of Central Asia based on the comparistao-1- with recent conditions of sedimentation. Trudy VSEGEI 72:46-56 'OURA 15:9) 162,, (Poviet Central Asia-Feleogeography) - LI14MICH, V.L. Cyclicity in geosynclinal, pih~dphcrite-bearing formations as revealed by the studies of sediments In the Kara-T4u, Trudy VSECIEI 72:154-160 162, (MIRA 15:9) (Kara-Tau-Phosphorite) LTBFOV~CH. V.:. Types of Apt and Alba ro.-~ks cf the western Kope-.--;ai; arl theIr patrographid charac Lori 5t ice. Trudy VSEGE.-, 109.211-233 163. 17:7) BASKOV.. re.A,; KLIMOV, G.I.j ~rBLO!;qY,,V.L. Genetic type of Lower Cambrian phosphate manifestations in the Yudcma Valley (Eastern Siberia), Min, ayrfe no,10:51-54 164. (MIRA 18:3) YANOV, E.N.; STRAKHOV, N.M.; KRASHENNIKOV, G.F.; ARUSTAMOV, A.A.; GEYSLER, A.N.; GRAMBERG, I.S.; LIBROVICE.Ji-ko MIKHAYLOV, B.M.; NEKRASOVA, 0.1.; PISARCHIK, Ya.K.-,--P=V1NKINA, Yu.I.; TATA-RSn-TY, V.B.; SHUMENKO, S.I. Reviews and discussions. Lit. i pol. iskop. no.6:85-89 and 91-119 N-D 165. (MIRA 18.-12) 1. Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovateliskiy geologichoskiy institut, laningrad. (for Yanov). 2. Geologicheskiy institut AN SSSR, Moskva. Submitted July 12t 1965 (for Strakhov). 3. Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet (for Krashennikov). 4. Kazakhakiy nauchno-issledovateltskiy institut minerallnogo syr1ya,, g. Alma-Ata (for Arustamov). LIBOVICKrv S. An inatr=ent for autfting crystalographic sections. Cs cas f~rB 3-1 no.6:493-494 161. le P~mikm2ni ustav, Ceekonlovenska akademia ved, Praha. (Cr78tallograpby) -7-1 '7~ - '. T /17".7r z /1"Ev4- r-- Libshit- B G Kha in perm- 7 7 -3 11 D-V S I nO TAGS: perm~eahility nickel alloy, -erm-311-ov, electrical i arn en i ni t w r-~ wa e xD I a i. n + h e -,ar,- bv the excess were JiJenChe 71,4 Card 1, 3 97 1 -1-65 ACCESSION UR: AP5006338 pemeability, the measurement field (0.005 nor-l-r-Al zw-k, .4 cz: in a va~iab.Le field with inttenuati.-j7 aT !:puce The re - -T all -~c 'er: (juenchinix froom 706 t 900, and 9001 C is shown i IU79M4 I py at ISO- n Fi 9. 1 of the Znclosure. The per-meabilitv U at 1800 C decreases is T nc"ase-- -nzr~ease in T the fall n 9 wer-e a 1 mif J1,,-p-endenre of u- 7, alloy -at 180 and 230c' C after QUan--h;-"- f-r-rr, d q 0, -wt,. -h~ Enclosure- T h fFt r: c a-n~ ri -f "Jm- atter friDmn ~ai ouzi t-peralures --e sl!C~M In ta,Ie the Enclosure. orig. art. has: 2 f igaure sand2 tables. J ASSOCIATION':: L s' lavov (Mos&W4n6tRute of Steol and p Alloys) ---------- 2/6,~ C ard, ZSIRITOV, N.I. (Zhirnov, a muszaki tudomanyok kandidatusaj KROLJ, L.B. (Krol',L.B.] a muszki tudomanyok InerAida usa; JZWIGt-E.M,.-. (Libshits,E.M. ), mernok; RUKIN, Ju.I. (Rabkin, Yu.i. ]., mernok Role of peak load boilers in distance heating. Energia es atom 16 no.6:253-257 Je. 163. ~11 Problem of changes in chlorides in the blood and urine in connection with resection of the stomach. Khirurgiia 36 no,4:43-48 Ap 160 (KIPA 13:121 (CHLORIMEOS) (PTCMACH--SURGERY) 1, : , . , 3SONY I. L., kand. mod. nauk (Leningrad) Causes of temporary lowered diuresis following gastric resection. Khirurgiia. no-4:120-126 162. (MM 15:6) DIURETICS AND DIURESIS) STMACH-41WERY) i LIBSONJO I.L., kand. mad. nauk (Leningrad) . Ghanges in uropoiesis related to gastric resection. Khirurgiia 40 no.8:70-77 Ag 164- (MIRA 18:3) GABEAW, A.A.; T1KHONG119 K.B. X-ray, diagnosis of metaBtase3 In the lymph tracts from malignant tumors of the female sex organa. Vop.onk. 11 no.11%32-38 165. (MIRA 19~;I) 1. 1z radioginekologicheskogo (=av. - A.A.Gsibelov) i rentgenodiagnosticho3kogo (zav. - doktor med.nauk K.B.Tikhonov) otdelov TSentrallnogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo rontgano-radlo- logicheskogo inst1tuta Minlsterstva, zdravookhraneniya SSSR (dirtktor - Ye.T.Voroblyev)- MALIN, V.G., kand.tekbn.nauk; LOTOTSKIY, P#V., inzbe; LIBSON, S.I.i lnzb. Radiometric system for continuously resistering the level of coal bins and fluid reservoirs. Ilek.eta. 31 no.4: 20-23 AP 16o. (MINA 13M (Gamm rays-Industrial applications) (Liquid level indicators) I-LIBSTERA B.N.; RUDENKO, A*T. Case of a Barre-Masson tumor. Ortop.,, travm. I protez. 2-6 no,l2s66 D t65, (MDIA 1931) 1. Iz artopedo-travmatologich3skogo otdoleniya (zav, - BqN* Libeter) 2-y gorodskay bollnitsy Luganaka (glavnyy vrach - A.T. Chumakova). Adres avtorovs Lugansk, ul.Frunze, d.106, 2-ya gorodekays. biltnitea. Submitted March 17, 1965. LIBSTER, L.D. Sandblactinp core -alhInes. Biul.tekh.-akon. Inform. w).-U:8?-!3 ".*,^4. (Pik;. v:7) (Sandblast) LIBTgns S.YQ. ----------------- The T-16 aelf-propelled chwids. Biul.tekhs-ekon.inform. n0.8: 66-68 161. (MM 14.-S) (Motor vehleleo) LMDIMKU., G.V. . LIBTSIS I S.Ye. . , - - . The'DT-20V tractor. Diulitakh-,--~ekon,,inform.Goamucho-isd einst.- nauch. i tekh.inform. no.4iAX-45 t62. (MMM 15:7) (Tractors) LIBTSIS, S,Ye., insh.; KOGUT, M.B., inzh. Electromagnetic rotation friction clutches of the DT-203V tracitor. Trakt.i sellkhozmash. no.8:8-10 Ag 162. (MIRA 15-8) 1. Khartkovskiy traktorosborchnyy zavad. (Clutches (Machinery)) (Tractors-Transmission devices) LIBTSIS, S.Ye., inzh.; VASERNIS, A.I., inzh. Ways for Increasing the duty of the T-113 self-propelled chassis. Trakt, i sellkhozmash. 33 no-04,~-5 AP"63. (MIM 16:10) 1. Khartkovskiy traktorosborochnyy zavcd. (Tractors) LIBTSIS, S.Ye.; VASERNIS, A.I. Calculating the elements of the plastic bu3hing of a sleeve bearing. Trakt. i sellkhozmash. no.9:10-12 S 164. (M,IRA 17: 11) 1. Kharlkovskiy traktorosborochnyy zavod. DREVALI, N.V.$ inzh.;.kW;p, S.Ye.$ in,.,h.; VASERNISj A.L., "I --fXOSOROTOV, B.V., red. inzh.; SHINDNES, R.M., f:n"'&.-i (Construction and operation of the T-16 automotive chassis] Ustroistvo i ekspluatatsiia samokhodnogo sbassi T-16. Mo- skvap Kolos, 1965. 190 p. (MIRA 18:7) 1. Kharlkovskiy traktorosborocbnyy zavod (for all except Kosorotav). LIBUBAVIN, Ya.G. Fish fat enema in dysentery. Vopr. pediat, 20 no.6:20-22 Rov-Dec 1952. (CLML 23:4) 1. Of the Department of Faculty Pediatrics (Head -- Prof. B. 1. Gurvich), Gorikiy State Medical Institute and of the Municipal Children's Clinical Hospital (Read Physician -- L. K" Xhidakell). Im GM$Xlrp A.F., Insh.; LIBUBERp U.S., Ingh. ReWorced-conersts oscillatin mipporta under pipelinw. Prom. stroi. 41 no.5t32-34 My 164. (KIRA 18:U) _.-L 32723-w66-E~NT(1-)/E!,;T-(M)/E~',P(t-)[' ACC NR% A16020197 SOURCE CODE: URD056/6 050/006/1445/1457 -61 AMOR: Neganavp B.; Borisov, H.; [Ifeganov] Joint Institute of Nuclear Research (0b'!yeainennyy ins ORG: titut yadernykh issledorvaniy); LBorisov, Liburgj Moscow State Uiffv-ersity im. M. V. Lomonosav (Mos- kovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet) TITLE: Method of obtaining infralow temperatures, based on the dissolution of-He3 in He" SOLIRCE: Zh eksper i teor fiz, v. 50, no. 6, 1966, 1445-1457 TOPIC TAGS: liquid helium, low temperature phenomenon, cryogenic liquidcooling, cryogenic refrigerator ABSTRACT: The method described was originally proposed by London, Clarke,, and Mendoza,(Phys. Rev. Y. 128y 1992, 1962 and earlier) and is based on the use of the latent heat of dissolution of liquid He3 in He4 . The refrigeration cycle is produced by continuously separating the two components at a higher temperature. The heat- transfer circuit is shown in Fig. I and the mechanics of separating and recirculating, the He3 is shown in Fig. 2. The authors review the theory of the method, describe the continuous dissolution and circulation, present thermodynaahic calculations of the cooling capacity of the equipment, and present a description of the complete apparat-, us and of the results. A temperature of 0.1K can be maintained with a heat supply of 1800 erg/see and with He3 circulation of 1.84 x 10-4 mole/sec. in the absence of ex- ternal heat supply the temperature of the solution can be maintained at -0.056K. If ACC NR: AP6020197 fie the ambient conditions do not e, the temperature can chang thin be maintained constant wi 2 -0.001K. Later experiments, ------ based on data on the solubil- ity of He3 at -.0.01K (A. C. 3 2 Anderson et al. Phys. Rev. WHO Lett. V. 16, No. 7, 1966), A stimulated the construction of a larger heat exchanger, Fig. 1. Diagram of experi- 4 yielded temperatures down to ment on heat transfer be- 0,025K,_ and made possible a tween baths A and B by, temperature of 0.1K to be continuous solution of H03 maintained at 13M erg/ sec in H64. 1 - Heater, 2 supply. The authors thank phase-separation boundary' Fig. 2. Schematic dia- Professor V. P. Dzhelepov 3 - superfluid filter, 4 - gram of apparatus for an opportunity to per- capillary to fill the system form the work, ]~. B. Perfe- nev for participating In the first experiments, N. Is Xvitkoy and F. As Nikolayev for preparing the vital units of the apparatus, and the staff e cryogenic U-56ratory of OIYaI for continuously supplying liquid helium under difficult conditions. Orig. art. has: 6 figures and 8 formulas. [02) SUB CODE: 20/ SUM DATE: lODec65/ OEM REF: 002/ OTH MW: 009 / ATD PRESF Card 2/2 JS .