SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT LUNTS, L.B.  LUPAKOV, I.S.
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LUITS, Leonid Borisovich.
The green construction; textbobk for forestry technical colleges Moskva Gosbeijbumizdat,
1952. 441 p. maps. (5319179)
SB466. ME5
1. Landscape mirdening Russia
S141BOV) V. YA., LUNTS, L. B.
Landscape Gardening  Moscow
Results and perspectives of landscaping in Moscow. Gor.Khoz. Mosk. 26 No. 7, 1952.
Monthly List of Russian Accessions. Library of Congress October 1952, Unclassified.
 I:Wf"S) Leonid Borisovich
LUNTS, Leonid Borisovich. Flanning municipal lrindscnping; textbook. Leningrad. Izdvo
Viinisterstva korrunallnogo khozialstva FSFSF, 1953. 216 F. (f,111940,7)'
SB466.RSL83
LUNTSP L. B.
Prookitrovanis gorodskikh zelenykh nasazhdonii (Planning municipal landscape architec
ture). Moskva, Izdvo M~nstvo kommunall.Hogo khoziaistva RSFSR, 1954. 212 p.
SO: Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Vol. 7, No. 6,, Sep. 1954
FEDrNSKIY. V.I.; RYABOY, V.N.; LUNTS, L.B.
[E~rgiems of a collective farm village] Giglena kokhoznogo sela. Izd.
2e izd.1469kva, Medgiz, 1954. 2W p0' (MMA 8:411)
InWS, L.B.; RODINA, A.S.
Plans for reconstructing the GorIkil Central Park of Culture
and Rest. Gor.khoz.Hook. 28 no7:3034 Jl '54. (KIRA 7:7)
(KoscowParks) (ParksKoscov)
WNTS, L.B., kandidat arkhitektury.
A book about Parke ("Moscow's parks of culture and resteN Tefolholodkov
okii. Reviewed by L.B.1ants). Gor.khoz.Hosk.30 no.3:40 Mr 156.(KLRA 9:7)
(MoscowParks) (Kholodkovskiy, V.V.)
LUNTS, L., Va&id&t arkhitokturr.
Landscape gardening of cities and villages ("Manual
public services." Reviewed bir L. Lunts). Zhil.kom.
'57
(Landscape gardening) (Municipal services)
on housing and
khoz. 7 no.6:2829
(MIRA 10:10)
k ,I v ; , , i, ,v)
LUNTSI L V) kand arkhitektury
,~ ~07 I
ft~jent problems in landscaping cities. Zhil.kom.khoz.7 no11:1921
'57. (MIRA 10:12)
(Landscape gardening)
LUNTS, LB. kand. arkhitektury.
Utte Improve the landscaping of Moscow. Gor. khoz. Mosk. 32 no,3:
$310 Wr 158. (MIRA 110)
(MoscowIandscape, gardening)
LTRITS, L.B., kand. arkhitektury.
11, ~..
2~ e!at Iive handbook ("City landscaping." Revieved by L.B. Vints).
Gor. khoz. Mosk. 32 no.5:39 My 158. (MIRA 11:5)
(Imandscape architecture)
 LUNTS, L.B.. kandidat arkhitaktury
Economic and organizational aspects of planning greenbelts and p
parks. Gor.khoz.Mook. 34 no.3:3235 Hr '60. (MIFA 13:8)
(MoscowIondscape gardening)
DYUKERS Allberp profeaetronomii; GETLENDp Kennet; 19tAFEZ, Mustafa
VakL=wd, doktor; MOSEY, prof., KHATAKAKA., Takeo, astronom..
piof.; ZENGER, Eugen, prof.., spetsialist v oblasti raketncry
tekhniki (Federativnaya Resim1blika Germanii); LOVELL, B., prof.;
NEVIN# T., prof. (Irlandiya); KUDZHIOWVp A.p akademik
(Bolgariya); LTIN Ux M.  MATOVICH, V.; UEYLj, L., doktor,,
... prof.,
spetia3ist yo kosmologii (SShA);VAYD1YA, V*Mop daktor; CHEMBERLEN, D,,
CHZIIAO TSZYUCHZHAN Naho Chiuchang], NAGATAv I.
World scientists about thefligh~ of A,* Nikolaev and P., Popovich.
Av.i kosm. 45 no.10:3133 162. (MIRA 15:10)
1, Direktor Frantsuzskogo obahchestva kibernotiki (for Dyuker).
2, Vitaeprezident Obshchestva mezhplmetnykh soobshcheniy,
Angliya (for Geltend), 3. Generaltnyy sekratart nauchno
issledavatellskogo tsentra Ob"yedinennoy Arabskoy Respubliki
(for Khafez). /+. Chlen gosudarstvennogo komiteta po atomnoy
energii., Gana (foxy Lindsey). 5. Tokiyskiy universitet (for
Khatanaka). 6. Direktor radioastronomicheakoy obsekva~orii
Dzhodrellbenk, Velikobritaniya (for Lovell).
(Continued on next card)
DYUKER, Allberp prof.astronomii(continued) Card 2.
7. Predeedatall astronarticheskogo obshchestva, Pollsha (,for
IvOs). S. Sekretarl yugoslavskogo astronomicheskogo i raketnogo
obshchestv4 (for Matovich). 9. Zamostitell direktora Natsionallnoy
fizicheskoy laboratorii., Indiya (for Tavd1yu). 10. Predstavitell
Khlyustonskogo tsenta po sozdaniyu kosmicheskogo korablya
a ekipazhem., SShA (for Chemberlen). 31. Direktor Instituta
geofiziki Kitayskaya Narodb*ya Reopublika (for CHZRAO TSZYU
CHZHAN). 12. Direktor Instituta. radiovo:Ln. Yaponiya (for Nagata).
(Space flight)
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AUTHOR: Wolpe, M. Vollpe, M.; Lunc, M  Lunts, M.
ORG: Department of Plasma Physics and Technique, Institute of Nuclear Research,
WarsawSwierk (Zaklad Fizyki i Techniki Plazmy, Inst~tut Baaan Jadrowych)
TITLE: Analysis of the motion of a ringcore system compressed by detonation.
I. Theoretical bases
SOURCE: Polska akademia nauk. Bulletin. Serie des sciences techniques, v. 14, no. 6,
1966, 587595
TOPIC TAGS: detonation wave, compressive stress, pressure effect
APSMACT: The authors consider a new method for producing dynamic pressures of tens
of millions of atmospheres. The method consists of ccmpression by imploding a thick1
valled pipe with a core having an outside diameter less than the inside diameter of
the pipe. During the first compression phase before the inside diameter of the pipe
equals that of the core, the work done by external pressure is transformed into
kinetic energy In the second phase the whole system is compressed and the ace"Plu
latcd kinetic ener is simultaneously traiioformed into internal energy. The gredific
score in an incompressible pipe is studied. It is assumed that
co5c of a graphitey
both are nonvTscous liquids. Expressions are derived for the radial motion of this
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system under the effect of a ocnstant external pressur( po. The density of tile pipe
material is assumed to be constant ,Chile th~it of the internal core depends only on
time (is independent of position). It is further assumed that pressure pe is co
great (of the order of pressures in a detonation wave front) that the motion of tile
material in both elements conforms to the hydrodynamic laws for a nonviscous liquid.
The density, internal pressure and :elocity of the pipe and core elements are deter
mined. The results indicate that the assumptions are not realistic since velocity
is independent of time and the moment when motion ceases cannot be determined. The
solution indicates that the radius of the core may reach zero so that the whole mass
is concentrated at the axis. Actually the shockwave is reflected when it reaches
the axis and the following rarefaction wave may fracture the core material as is
frequent],y observed in experiments. The concept of homogeneous density must be given
up to bring the results into agreement with experimental data. Orig. art. has: 4
figures, 36 formulas.
SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATE: None
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AUTHOR: Wolpe, M. Vollpe, M.; Lunc, M.  Lunta' M.
ORG: Department of Plasma Physics and Technique, Institute of Nuclear Research,
WarsavSwierk (Zaklad Fizyki i Techniki Plazmy, In3VYVutUaddnJaarowycli)
TITLE: Analysis of the motion of a ringcore system compressed by detonation. II.
The case of a graphite core
SOURCE: Polska akademia nauk;'Bulletin. Serie des sciences techniques, v. 14, no. 6,
1966, 597601
TOPIC TAGS: superhigh irressure, detonation, graphite %9#'6'ZZ_ 5rpoerve~r 15M451161ry
ABSTRACT: The authors consider implosion of a thick
~i re. The experi
walled pipe surrounding a graph tellco~
mental relationship between pressure and density is
shown in'the diagram where Wl/p. This diagram gives
the approximate expressions p = A,  Blip, for
Ivj > IV > ;Vj+j . Experimental values for the coeffi
cients are given in Table I. No experimental data.are
available for w < ws = 0.21 Formulas are derived for
determining the moment when the motion stops, i. e.
Table 1
._1 As 1 Bo I wo
1 0.963 2.14 0.450
4.775 16.0 0.275
3 0.6 0 0.261
4 JA 21.33 0.22S
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Table 2
e In gjcm.), p in m cgabar3
_n w.j. pout
1 0.362 2.759 0.187
0.1 J.2 0.300 3.333 0.321
1.5 0.235 3,92i 0,600
2.0 0,215 4,651 0,814
0.261 3.831 0,000
0.2 1.2 0.227 4.393 0,600
1.5 0.190 5.263 1.347
2.0 0.155 6.451 2.094
0.232 4.301 0,600
0.23 1.2 0.195 5.128 1.241
1.5 0.170 5.882 1.774
when the derivative of the radius of the graphite core with respect to time is
zero. It is shown that maximum pressure is independent of wall thickness. When
internal pressure is.held constant, maximum pressure increases with the difference
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between the initial internal radius of the pipe and the radius of the core. Results
are shown in Table II where po is the internal pressure and n is the ratio of the
cross sectional"area of the volume enclosed by the pipe to the crosa sectional area
of the core. Orig. art. h" :. 4 figures, 4 tables, 7 formulas.
SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM'DATE: Non'e/ PRIG REF: 001/ OTH REF: 001 SOV REF: 001
G igorlevich; KIRIN, Sergey Vasillovich [deceased];
Tow: G.A., rodaktor; KIUUYLOYA, Y.T., teklinichookly redaktor
06 R
(Brief harAbook on metallurgical plant equipment lubrication] Kratkii
spravoohnik po smazko oboradovantia metallurgichookly savodov. Hosk7a.
Goo. nauohnotakhu. izdvo litry po ahernoi 1. tevetnot metallurgii,
1954. 304 P. (KIRA 8:3)
(Lubrication and lubricants)
AY=HTM, NOVIKOVA, R.S.; SHAPM., V.S.
Combination of adenmatosis and tuberculosis of the lungs* Probil
tub. 38 no.7:4348 160. (min 1411)
la Iz Moskovskoy klinicheskoy infektsionnoy bollnitay No.1
(glavnyy vrach  zasluahennyy vrach RSFSR N.G. Zaleskver)
i Hoskovskoy gorodskoy klinicheskoy teentrallnoy tuberkulez
noy bollnitsy (glavnyy vrach  t,,asluzhemy deyatell natki
prof. V.L. Eynis).
(TUBMMU)SIS) (LTJNGSTUMORS)
Li. lli 3 JA. L.
Izgib Kliiinykh zashcherdentiykh , lastin. Frikl. . aterr.. I ii.elkh, 7 (1,7143), 167178.
SO: I athematicc in tic, UbSfi, 19171~147
edited b. hursoh, A. U.
iarkushevich, A. 1.
Rashevskiy, P. F.
!oscov.,Lenigard, 194E
49
Mecbanics
*ne Propagation of Spherical Vaves in an
sticoplastto Medium," Ya. L. lunts,
T.Oningracl, 25 pp,
*Prikla& Matemat I Mekh" Vol XIII, No 1
01
ul~ ,L
E4 of spherical vmvesarising
C11 Studies propagation
In an infinite space containing an elastico
plastic mwdium vith application of a centrall'
67=8trialload to the surface of a spherical
oavity ont out of, tble *pace;. Co Insiaersthe
Can$ of active lead' ana dAltmMKInes the
dist
OrVen ic ~ an& pj&8tjo&jZy 01,Aod
of.the space. 'Tinda propagation r&4jixqof the shmzT
&lam
Ption of the Plastic vaVe as a function of
initial pressure. Considers simplest problem on
Propagation of unloading vaver
.4. Gives met,10c, for
aNrwimate solution for regions of.residual djef T=O_
"On Submittel 12 Doc 48.
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LUNTS, Ya.L., dotsent, )mnd.f1z.mat.nauk
Inertia motion of a gyroscope hung in gimbals. Izv.vyR.uchob.
zav.; prib. no.3:2528 159, (MIRA 13:4)
1. Leningradskays, Krasnasnam"nnsys voyannovosdushnaya inshenernaya
akademiya im. A.F.Mozhayokogo, Rekomendavana kafedroy toorotichs
skoy mekhaniki.
(Gyrosc4e)
67468
SOV/146248/19
AUTHOR: aunts, Ya.L., Candidate of Physical and Mathematical
Science"s
TITLE: The Motion of an Unbalanced Gyroscope Taking Into
Account the Frame Friction
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priborostroye
iye, 1959, Nr 4, pp 6372 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: In previous works on gyroscopes /Reference 3,5,6 7,
the motion in the case of various local outofbalance
states was treated. The present article deals with the
mathematical determination of the motion of a complete
ly unbalanced gyroscope when the static and dynamic
disequilibrium as well as the friction moments of the
wheel and rotor bearings are faily small. The dif
ferential equations for the motion of a gyroscope
mounted in gimbals are giveni the coordinate system
Card 1/3 of the latter is shown in a diagram (Figure 1). e
67468
SOV/146248/19
The Motion of an Unbalanced Gyroscope Taking Int6 Account the
Frame Friction
The kinetic and potential energies of the gyroscope
are determined, and the differential equations are
solved by means of the first and second approxima
tions. The parameters of the following gyroscopes
are compared in a table: Siemens, Anschutz, "GPK
_4S"vgyroscope, and the "IQZ!Ikstabilizer of the zavod
i_'Aapribor" ("Aviapribor" Plant). This article was
recommended by the Kafedra teoreticheskoy mekhaniki
(Chair*of Theoretical Mechanics). There are 1 graph,
1 table, 1 diagram, and 8 references, 1 of which is
German, 1 English, and 6 Soviet.
ASSOCIATION:Leningradskskaya Krasnoznamennaya voyennovozdush
naya inzhenernaya akademiya imeni A.F. Mozhayskogo
Card 213 (The Leningrad Red Banner Military Aircraft Engineer
67468
SOV/146248/19
The Motion of an Unbalanced Gyroscope Taking Into Account the
Frame Friction
ing Academy imeni A.F. Mozhayskiy).
SUBMITTED: May 30, 1959.
Card 3/3
SN6/0/083004/004/010
3, 0 B004/BO56
AUTHOR: Lunts, Ya. L.
TITLE: Th~ Motion of a Gyroscope in Cardanic Suspension Located
on a Mobile Plane
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priborostroyeniye,
1960, Vol. 3, No. 4, PP. 3742
TEXT: The author proceeds from the following assumptions: Oxyz (Fig. 1)
is an inertial system, Ox 1vi'l the coordinate system connected with the
outer frame, where Oz 1 coincides with the axis of the outer frame and
Oy, with the axis of rotation of the casing; the coordinate system Ox2y2z2
is firmly connected with the casing, and Ox is the axis of rotation of
2
the rotor. The position of the rotor is then determined by the following
angles: ir (between the positive line of the Oyaxis and the nodal line
OK); 4r (between the Oz and Oz,axis); + (angle of precession between
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The Motion of a Gyroscope in Cardanic S/146/( 003/004/004/010
Suspension Located on a Mobile Plane B004/BO56
outer frame and OK); %% (between Ox1and OxJ; (angle of natural rotation
of the rotor in the coordinate system Ox 272Z2 Further, the time functions
if (t) and %(t) are given. For the projections p, q, r of the absolute
angular velocity of the outer frame onto the axes xJ, Y1, and z 1 the equa
tions (1), for.the projections 60 x2 ' ")y2 and,&) z2 of the absolute angular
velocity of the rotor onto the axes x , and the equations (2) are
2' Y2 Z2
written down and herefrom the following Lagr nge equations are obtained:
JB(b! + JQ(r cosO'  p sin,(~)  (Jd /2 T(p2 r2)sin2$  2pr cos2Eq.0
(3); Jcf + (,6. + q)(JE~cos,$ pJ B)  (id 12)b sin2l$  Jd 4(r sin2i%
+ p cos2'O' ) + (ie Jext.y )pq  (Jd/2)qr sin24 .0 (4). The following
is defined: J, Jo axial and equatorial moments of inertia of the rotor;
icas.x, Jcas.y' J~as.z  central moments of inertia of the casing;
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Suipension Located on a Mobile Plane B004/BO56
Jext.x" Jext.y' Jext.z ' central moments of inertia of the outer frame.
2A
d ~o + Jext.z  Jext.x; Jo ' id cos $ + jcas6x + jext.z; Je = id sin2 a
+ icas.x + j ext.x; JB  Jo + icas.ye From equations (3) and (4) equation
(9) is obtained in first approximation and equations (11), (12), are ob
tained in second approximation,by means of which the deviation of the
figure axis from the given direction in the inertial space may be calculat
ed. A vibrating motion of the surface is assumed for the solution of,
these equations:
m M
A' isin(6a,t + Ei) ; Ir Bi sin(Vit + 61) (13), and by substi.tut
ing these equations into (9) the system of equations (14) is obtained,
which shows that harmonic oscillations of the same frequencies as those
of the suIrface are induced onto the figure axis, and that, besides, nuta_
tion oscillations of the frequ4ney k occur. From the equations (11), (12)
of second approximationg equations (17), (18) are obtained, which'show
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The Motion of a Gyroscope in cardanic S/146/60/003/004/004/010
Suspension Located on a Mobile Plane B004/BO56
that the oscillations of the nodal line caused by the function *,(t) exert
no influence upon the systematic deviation of the figure axis as long as
they are not in resonance with the frequency of the oscillations around the
nodal line, 3which are causid by the function L% (t). A'paper by D. S.
r
Pel"por (Ref. 1) is mentioned by the author. The present paper was recom
mended by.the kafedra teoreticheskoy mekhaniki (Chair of Theoretical
Mechanics). There are 1 figure and 2 references: I Soviet and 1 German,
ASSOCIATION: Leningradskaya Krasnoznamennaya voyennovozdushnaya
inzhenernayaakhdemiya im.'A. F. Mozhayskogo (Leningrad
"Red Banner" Military Aviation Engineers' Academy imeni
A. P. Mozhayskiy)
SUBMITTED: March 12,*1960
Card 4/4
S/040/60/024/04/21/023
C 111/ C 333
AUTHOR: Lunts, Ya. L. (Leningrad)
TITLE~ entice 'instability of the Fij,ure Axis of a Gyroscope
PERIODICAL: Prikladnaya matematika i mekhanika, 1960, Vol. 24, No. 4,
pp. 763765
TEXT: The author considers a gyroscope in Cardan suspension and with
the aid of the quadratures given by N. G~ Chetayev Oflkef,q) and V. N.
Skimell (Ref.10) he proves rigorously that the figure axis is unstable,
i. e. he shows that for an arbitrarily small shock of the internal
frame the external frame performs a precession motion which leads the
rotor axis of the gyroscope away from its initial position.
There are 10 references: 8 Soviet, 1 German and I American.
SUBMITTED: February 20, 1960
Card 1/1
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)3, D235YU301
AU_ORS: Budnyatskiy, I. M. and Lunts., Ya. L.
TITLE: On the motion of a gyroscope situated on a vibrating
platform whose rotor is not accurately fixed on its
shaft
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priborostro
yeniye, v. 4, no, 6, 1961, 7886
TEXT: It is supposed that the center of gravity of the rotor, the
external and the internal frame are situated in the center of the
Cardan suspension and there is no friction in the bearings. The
angle which determines the inaccuracy of the position of the roto r
on its shaft is considered as a small quantity. The authors deduce
the equations of motion and determine successively the correction
terms of the first and second order in the solution; from the lat
ter a formula for the deviation of the axis of the gyroscope with
respect to the angle I is obtained which is stated to be different
from that obtained by D. M. Klimov (Ref. 5: 0 dvizhenii giroskopa
Card 1/2
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On the motion of a ... D235YD301
v kardanovom podvese s neaksiallno nazazhennym rotorom. Doklady AN
SSSR, v. 124, no. 3, 1959). Two numerical examples are given. This
article was recommended by the Academy. There are 3 figures and 9
references: 8 Sovietbloc and 1 nonSovietbloc.
ASSOCIATION: Leningradskaya krasnoznamennaya voyennovozdushnaya
inzhenernaya akademiya im. A. P. Mozhayskogo (Le
ningrad, Red Banner Military Aviation Engineering
Academy im. A. P. Mozhayskiy)
SUBMITTED: March 10, 1961
Card 212
BUTENIN, N.V.; LUNTS, YA.L.
Motion of a free g7roscope in case of a uniform rotation
of the bass. Isv. vys. ucheb. zav.; prib. 6 no5:7583 163.
(KMA 16: 11)
1. Leningradekaya voyemoinzhenernaya krasnoznamennaya
akademiya imeni A.F. Mozhayskogo. Rekomendovana kafedroy
teoretichaskoy mekhaniki.
LUTITS, YA.L. (Leningrad)
I .
"An estimate of the error of an approyimate method used in applied gyroscopy".
report presented at the 2nd AllUnion Congress on Ibeoretical and Applied
Mechanics., Moscow,, 29 Jan  5 Feb 64.
BUTENIN, N.V.; LUNTS Ya.L. (Leningrad)
"Nonlinear Problem of the free g7roscope theory*
rePOrt Presented atIthe 2nd AllUnion Congress on Theoretical and Applied
Mechanics., Moscow., 29 January  5 February 1964
LUI!IS,,,__YA.L (Leningrad)
"On deflections of a triaxial gyrostabilized platform due to oscillations of the
bar,e".
report presented at the 2nd AllUnion Congress on ibeoretical and Applied
Mechanics, 110SCOW, 29 dan  5 Feb 64.
LUNTSp Ya.L.
_11.11_:~17 ~.  
Systematic deflection of the platform of a triaxial gyroscopic
stabilizer caused by the vibration of the foundation, Izv; vys.
ucheb. zar.j rib, 7 nc.4sI03107 164 (MIRA 18 1)
1. Voyennoinzhenernays. akademiya ime Mozhayakago. Rekomendovena
kafedroy teoreticheskoy mekhaniki.
TOPIG7
_p vsc~qpe
ABSTRACT., _~The~: of a' ogimbal gyroscope mounted on a vibratir
r Motion tW i& base is
eore c rid;'the rotor is assiamed to have a small dynamic unbalance;t
h tically~ onside e
the gyro case, air essential dynamic unbalance. Other assumptions are: the
eent,ertf bUg*avity' frames! coincide with the center,of the gimbals
'i the_r',otdr andfiami`e' bea''iinas Equations describing the
.jiCtion~LiVaSta:. Ii
suitable for calculating systematic
gyro motind are set up# SolVed) and formulas
gyro wandering are developed. Orig art. has., 3 figures and Z3 formulas.
CO
rd 1/2
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XCC NR. AP60~6316_ SOUkE`CODE; UR/0040766/030/004/0617/0624
t7'AUTHOR: Lunts, Ya. L (Leningrad); Smolitskiy, M. L. (Leningrad)
JORG: none
iTITLE: A class of motions of conservative systems with one noncyclic coordinate
SOURCE: Prikladnaya matematika i mekhanika, v. 30, no. 4, 1966, 617624
TOPIC TAGS: gyroscope system, gyroscope stability, S709&417'~'
ABSTRACT: Generalized motions analogous to precession and nutation motion in a gyro
scopic system are studied in order to find the conditions for stability at all 'speeds
on a noncyclic coordinate. A particular case of the necessary and sufficient condi
tions described is that of the stability of a gyroscope with a vertical outer axis.
The instability of the system is determined by estimates on cyclical coordinates. The
vector of average deviation of the system from unperturbed precession during the time
of nearest nutation oscillation is defined. Several examples are offered to show the
application of the formulas for stability conditions to specific gyroscope systems.
Orig. art.. has: 62 formulas. I~A
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Card 1/1
YAIMVLD,V, P.A., inzh.; LUNj Te.B.' inzb.
Building crossings on small rivers for the Stavropol  Moscow gas
pipeline. Stroi.truboprov. 3 no.12:2023 D 158, (MIRA 12:1)
(Gas, UturalPipelines)
A
m
IMUS, Te.B.,inzh.
The GS soil mixer. Stroi. truboprov. 5 no.10:29 0160. (MIRA 13:10)
(Mixing machinery) rll_m
s inzh.
Improved method for attaching weights to and the coating of
pipes. Stroi.truboprov. 5 no.11:1920 N 160. (MIRA 13:11)
(Gas, NaturalPipelines)
LUNTS,je..B. (Lunts, IU.B.] (Odessa); HUDNITSKIY, A.V. [Budnyts'kyi,
il O.V.] (Odessa); ANATOLIYEV, A.V. [Anatolliev, O.V.1 (Odessa)
Determining the frequencies of natural vibrations of the
columns of boring machines. Prykl. makh. 9 no.4*.426435 163.
(MIRA 16:8)
1. Odesskiy tekhnologicheskiy institut.
auk [~ier""qstA Oul)INITSKly, A.V.~
LUNTS, Prof
kand. tekhn. nauk dotve.
p nt; ANATOL YTV, A.V. kand. teklin. nauk,
dotsent
Approximate evaluation of the static and dynamic rigidity of
the bridges of diamond boring machines. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.;
mashinostr. no.12:153160 164. (MIRA 18:3)
1. Odesskiy tekhnologiclleskiy institut.
0
LUNTS, Ye.B.
Introducing the M3M boring machine. Biul.tekh.ekon.inform.
Gos.nauch.issl.inst.nauch.i tekh.inform. no.8:56 Ag 165.
18: 12 )
LUNTS, Ye.B. inzh.; RUDIK, Ye.P., inzh.
MEM drilling machine. Stroi. i dor.mash. 10 no.1207
D f65. (MIRA l9sl)
LUNTSOV~ D.
LUNTSOV , 
We disseminate innovatorel.practices. Strol. mt. 3 no.5:39 Vq '57.
(HLRA 10:6)
1. Redaktor gassi'y";'I'skra'*'vag'ranki". (for Luntsov).
(MoscowNewspapers)
LUNITAK, I.A. (Kuybyshevskaya. oblast')
oz ft"the Samara Bend. Uch.zap.Kaz.un. 115 no.10:9899 '55.
MTV
(MLRA 10:5)
(Sa a BendGeology, Stratigraphic)
4 LUNI YAK, I. A.
Method for
the Russian
no.1:4853
delineating key beds in
Platform in structural
'58 
(ItussianilatformGeology,
the upper
drilling.
Carboniferous of
Trudy Giprovostoknefti
(MIRA 13: 9)
Stratigraphic)
Viktor Mikhaylovich, KIRINk, Tamara Illipicbm; FWIR'Tmv ' Gleb
Sergeyeviche Uchaatvovali: AFRODOVA, A.A*; VISSARIONOVA., A.YA;
ZUWOVA' M.N. , KILIGIM, MA; ROVUZINA,
xmx&, K.K.; ORWVA" 1A.; SAVIlrOVA, S.I.; TAZUWA, U.N.;
TMUTtl3VA. V.D.; FAMYRA, H.I.; CMHOVA, Ye.I.; SOLIKOVA, A.Z.
TRUIrs TYOred.; DAYEV, G.A.,ved.red.; ONFADIUVA. I.M..tekbn.red.
[Vol&%Wal.oilbearing region; Carboniferous sedinentel VolgmUmll
skaim neftenoonala oblast'. rAmennougollnyo otlozhoulia. Leningrad,
Gos.nauchn.tekhn.izdvo neft. i gornotoplivnot litry, 1957.
287p. (Leningrad. Tsesolusnyl neftlanol nauchnolooledovatel'
skii geologarazvedochnvi inatitut. Trudy no.112) (NM 11:12)
(Volga V41leyGeology, Stratigraphic)
(Ural Mountain regionGe9logy, Stratigraphic)
 WNYAKIN, A. G.
Flame processing of metals. Gazaprom. 5 no.6:2832 Je 16o.
(KIM 13:6)
(Metal cutting) (Gas, Natural)
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fit t
'ir na,
ad J.i Tbili:3i 111:'Ututl ~f
54
STROGANOT, Aleksandr' Yefimovich; IMAKOT. Pavel Ivanovich; KIELOUOT,
T.V., red.; PONOKARSTA, $ it. 9 fil Ci0 __,_ 
(In the land of morning freshness] V strane utrennei svezhosti.
Koskva, Izdvo "Bovetakeia Rosaiia," 1959. 85 P. (KIn 12:6)
(KoreaDescription and travel)
LUNYAKOVA, T.T.
Growing of fungous amylase in the Serebryanye Frudy DistiUery.
Spirt. prom. 29 no.60334 163. (MMA 16:10)
1. gerebryanoprudskiy spirtovoy zavod.
(Anylase)
(Serebryanye PrudyDistilling industriesByproducts)
SHCHERBAKOV, A.A., podpolkovnik, letchikispytatell pervogo klassa;
LUNYAKOV, VtS._. n,12.; SOLOVIYEV, V.V. inzh.; SHAPOVAL Yu,G.
 inzh. __k7 .9 1 .9
Influence of a Vibration damper for pitching on the longitudinal
stability and controllability of planes. Vest.Vozd.Fl. no.7:5963
Jl 161. (MIRA 14:8)
(Stability of airplanes,, Longitudinal),
(Airplanes, MilitaryHandling characteristics)
WNIMM . T.T.
Quality raw materials for the ent.errrises producLng annylase.
Ferm. i spirt. prom. 30 no1:3536 164.
1. SerebryanoPrudskiy spirtovoy zavod.
0 nTHPOA9 CZrA
N A30TlDlPrAffRqwxNx COCANUMN age=
r. Aft*. eM ILILG.#Gffv IL IL gap a
9L r. A........
Holl"Is."T Cma" fw "barol aM AnIL44 CbmUUT a
540140 of chmutry ad cbms"I fbdmlaa It JWU,
re" .wl #A". "I. wom, *00" 1"9
aboremou at npwu 44bobam u bo at Glorme simallawmad *snare".
umw, 3,5 aw" Im.
LUITYATSKAS, A.M. (Luneckas, A.]; PROKOPCHIK, A.Yu. [Prokopcjklas, A.]
Formation of anion compounds of cobalt (111) and nickel (III)
in the catalytic decomposition of barium hypohalides and
halides. Trudy AN Lit. SSt~. Ser. D rio.2:1,559 '62
(,MIHJi 18:3)
1. Institut khimii i Irdiirrdcheskoy tekhnologii AN Litovskoy SSR.
MIYATSKAS, A.,M. [Lune5,~as,_A.]
Iodometrtc determination of cobalt. Tnidy PIN Lit. SSR Ser. B
no.3:3945 162. (MUZA 18:3)
1. Institut khimii i klimicheskoy tekhnologii AN Litovskoy SSR.
ACCESSION NR: A24017962 S/0236/63/000/004/0003/0010
:AUTHIOR: Lunyatska's.,,,(Luneokas), A.M.
,TITLE: Cobalt and nickel interaction with certain oxidizers
SOURCE: AN LitSSR. Trudy*. Seriya B, no.4, 1963, 310
~?TOFIC TAGS: cobalt separation, nickel separation, cobalt oxidation,
inickel oxidation, cobalt, nickel oxidizingiseparation, oblorite oxidl
'zer, peroxide oxidizer
1ABSTRACT: The purpose of the study is to!find a method of cobalt
inickel separation utilizing their different catalytic behavior in de
1composing sodium hypochloritet sodium chlorite and hydrogen peroxide
,'in an acidic medium and using a selective adjustment of the pH of the
t1solution. Weighed samples Of COS04 and NIS04 were dissolved in pre~
Icisely measured volumes of water, adjusted to the desired pH by the
addition of H2SO4 or XaOH and a solution of an oxidizer ( XaClO,
KaC102, H202) was added in excess. The reaction mass was brought to
'boiling and immediately passed through a glass filter. Hydroxides
:were washed with a hot solution of the same yHas was the filtrate.
Card,1/2
ACCESSION NR: AP4017962
'To determine the rate of oxidation, the washed precipitate was care
,;fully stirred into a 10% solution of KI, the mixture acidified with
.2 N H2SO4 and the iodine precipitate titrated with sodium thiosulphate.
It was found that the separation of nickel from cobalt at 901000
using sodium hypoohlorite as oxidizer is achieved at pH 4 1 , and usIng
sodium chlorite at a pH of from 2.5 to 3.5.
Only hydrogen.peroxide,
can be used for quantitative determination of cobalt. There are data:
on the properties of cobalt and nickel compounds of higher valency
which can be used for detailed studies of catalytic decomposition of
ohlorites, hypochlorites and hydrogen peroxide. Orig. art. has 3
figures, 1 formula, no tables.
.ASSOCIATION: Institut khimii i khimicheskoy tekhnologii AN Litovskoy.
SSR (Institue of Chemistry and,Chemical Technology,, !N Lithuanian SSR)
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Cat lyLlc decoi~poilt.ion of Rernrt Vo.11 riecompcs
ition in the presence of hydrcxylions. Trudy AN fit. S,)r.
B. no.1:13511.1 164 (1,11RA 17:7)
1. InstituL kbiuili 1. khIminhpAcy tel~hnologii '.N 'Jtovskoy
f ;UN y A T:, E p ~: ~Jf. I '. I
16
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(:;~A ytf, 'n, c,~f Repril '.
t i jrt in the preo Ln ce of T, i al Z~r. it ~ Anal '~ . 1 ~21 Lit. ""R.
B n~,*1:14310 16~'. Min 31 t?)
1. institut 1 ~Iesky n ldt,~w5koy SSR.
MNYATSKAS, A.M. [Luneckas, A.]
Catalytic decomposition of hypophosphites. Part 3: Effect of
catalytically inactive additions. Trudy All Lit. SSR. Ser. B
no.3:7380 164. (14IRA 18:5)
1. Institut khimii i khimicheskoy tekhnol.ogii AN Litovskoy SSR.
LUNYATSK&S, A.M. [Luneckas, A.)
I 
Electrolytic oxidaticn of phosphites. Trjdy AN Lit.Sp... Ser. B
no.3:38 165. (Mll~l 19: 1 )
1. Institut khimii i khimichoskoy tekhnologii All Litovskoy SSR.
Submitted March 26, 1965.
I
LbT,YATSF,AS, A.14. [Luneckas, A. ]
;t 11 
Nickel and cobalt phosphiteo. Trudy All' Lit. SSR. 3er. B.
no. 4tc/7103 165 ('fT7:' 19:2)
1. Institut khimii i khimicheskoy tekhmologii All Litovskoy
SSR. Suhnitted June 10, 1965.
Noll KUS 2 P.K. ; W NYATSF4,`~ A
Rapid icdomrtrif., 0!,
20 no.6:753755 '(~ 5.
1. Institut khimii i AIN SSP,
Villnyus.
LUNZ M L. , 9ALINT P. , FEKEVE A. and L?,'ZLO K.
Physiol. Inst., med. Univ., BudFpest. 96ber die Inulinspelcherung der ffier,!. Inulin
storage by the kidney ACTA PHYSIOL. ACAD. SCIEUT. IRING. (Budapest) 1954, 5/suppl.
(6768)
SO: EXC,.M~TA MEDICA%  Section II, Vol. 7, N'o 10
WPA. A. A"ID OTH7t.
Experimental study on ileocystopiasty.
P. 1151 (Academia Republicii Populare Romine, Comunicarile. Vol. 6, no. 0, Sept. 1956
Bucuresti, Rumania)
1.#,onthly Index of East European Accessions (FEAI) LC, Vo;. 7, no. 2
February 1958
IIJPA, Herbert, mgr inz.

Drainage by tubes made of plastics. Gosp wodna 24 no. 6:
208210 Je 164.
1. Department of Soil Improvement, Technical University, Szczecin.
LUPAC, V.
ExothermIc ris:~rs and theIr .ractical use.
P. 168, (Slovarenstvi) Vol. 1, no. 6, Juhe 3957, Praha, Czechoslovakia
SO: Monthly Indcx of East Europw~an Acessions (EAI) Vol. D", No. 11 11criember 19.17
OECHANIUK, N.4 I' podpolko v"n4k; %RITRI7U..Y; Iij kand.istor.nauk, kapitan
2 range; KRIKITSYN, F.S., kand#'istor.nauk. polkovnik; CHWOV.
Yu.I., kepitan 3 rsnga.,_~~AC4.TS., red.; KONOTALOVA. Ye.K.,
tekhu.red.
[The Bdltic Pleat; a historical sketch) Bultiiskii flot;
istorichaskii ochark. Moskva, VoenAzdvo Hva obor.SSM,
1960. 373 p. (KIRA 14:2)
(RussiaNavy)
HIMMOUTY, L.G., doktor Istor.nauk; LYUMKOVSKIYu M.V.; SOT. R.Sh.;
SLEPTSOVA. U.N., tekhn.red.
(Russian military theory in the 19th and the beginning of the
20th century) Rusakaia vosanoteoretichaskala myell Xm i
nachala XX vekov. Moskva, Voen.izdvo Kva obor.SSSR, 196o.
757 P. (HIRA 14:4)
(Military art and ocience)
MAKOVSKIT, Aleksandr Alekseyevich; RADCHHHKO, Boris Mikhaylovich;
LUPACR.Y.S.. red.; BUKOVSKATA.H.A., takhn.red.
(The Red Banner Caspian Fleet; on historical accountj Kas
piiskaia Kreenoznamenwis; istoricheskii ocherk. Noakva.
Yoen.Izdvo Kva obor,SSSR, 1961. 191 p. (HIRA 14:5)
(HussiaNavy)
IDKTIONOV,, Ivan TIlich, kand.vovennomorskikh nauk, dotsent, kapitan
1 ranga; LUPACH., V.S., red.; ANIKINA, R.F., tekhn.red.
(Danube rlotilla in the Great Patriotic War, 194119451
Dunaiskaia flotiliia v Velikoi Otechestvennoi voine, 1941
1945 gg. Mockva, Vmn.izdvo Mva, obor.SSSR, 1962. 317 p.
(MIRA 15:4)
(Warld War, 193031945Naval operations)
KRINITSYN, F114p Stepanovich;LUPACH, V.S.,.red.;MASLOVA, N.Ya.,
tekhn. red.
[The Battle of Ceame]Chesmenskoe srazhenie. Koskva, Voenizdat,
1962. 61 p. (MIRA 16:3)
(Cesme, Battle of, 1770)
SHERR, Sergey Aleksandrovich; Y7~kPJV V. P., red.; KOKINA, N.N. p
tekbn. red.
.[Ships for the ocean depths] Korabli morskikh glubin.
Izd.3., ispr. i dop. Moskvav Voenizdat, 1964. 325 P.
(MIRA 17:2)
GODLEVSKIY, G.F.; GRECHANYUK, KONONENKO, VXI.; LUPACH, V.S.,
red.
[Combat cruises; the squadron of the Black Sea Fleet in
the Great Patriotic Warl Pokhody boevye; eskadra Cherno
morskogo flota v Vellkoi Otechostvennoi voine. Moskva,
Vcenizdat, 1966. 241 p. (Milu 19: 1)
RODIOROVAY Ye*G*; BEKKERP Z*E.; LUPACH9 Ye.I.
Producing strainsp antifungal activityp contro3 methodes and
deep fermentationof trichotecin. Antibiotiki 5 no. 5:2529
I
So ,6o. WRA 13:10)
1. Vsesoytkznyy nauchnoisoledovateltakiy institut antibiotikov.
(ANTIBIOTICZ)
LUPACffgV, V.P.
Effe*t of royal jelly preparation on the vessels of frog extra
mities and liver under conditions of increased tonus of their
walls. Infom.biulo mat.moloch. no63,lOI5 t62*
(MIRA 16t2)
1. Kafedra goopitallnoy terapii (zavo prof*N*Ao Troitakiy) L
kafedra farmakologii (zav. dotsent A.A. Nikulin) R3razanskogo
maditainakogo inatituta imeni akademika I.P. Pavlova.
(PDYAL JELLYPHYSIOLOGICAL MPYWT) (ELOOD VESSMS)
LUPACHEV, V.F.
Phamacology of apilac. Farmakol. 'toksik. 26 no.39333338
MYJe163 WrRA 17:2)
1. Kafedra famakologii ( zav.  dotsent A.A. Nikulin) i ka
fedra gospitallnoy terapii ( zav.  prof. N.A. Troitskiy)
Ryazanskogo moditsinskogo instituta imeni. I.P.Pavlova.
M WHET, V.P.
Effect of variow dooes of royal jelly preparation on uhite
mice. Inform*biul.o matemoloch. no.3s2026 162.
(MIRA 16:2)
1. rafedta goopitaltnoy terlsaii Uavo prof, S*Aa Troitskiy)
kafedfrafarmakologii Gav. dotsent A.A Nikdlln~' i kafedra
patologicheskoy anatouii (zav. prof. V*K* Baletskiy) Fqaxanskogo
meditsinskogo instituta imeni akademilca I.P. Pavlova.
(ROYAL JELLYPHYSIOMCICAL VMT) (LABORATORY ANRUIS)
NIZOT, A.A.; LUPACHKV,, V.F.
Dynamics of the electrophoretic blood protein formula during
treatment with royal jolly preparation. Inform.biuloo mat.moloch.
no,3:8649 162, (MIRA 1W)
1. Klinika gospitallno7 terapii (zavt prof. NA Troitskiy)
Ryazanskogo meditsinskogo instituta imeni.akademika I.P.
Pavlova.
(ROYAL JELGYTHERAPEUTIC USE) (BLOOD PROITIM )
(PAPER ELECTROPHORESIS)
I,UPACREVy V.F&
Some experimental data and clinical observations on 'the effect of
apilacum. Nauch. trudy Riaz. med. inst. 18 no.2:138148 164.
(MIRA 19:1)
1. Kafedra gospitallnoy terapii (zav.  prof. N.A. Troitskiy) i
kafedra farmakologii (zav.  dotsent A.A. Nikulin) Ryazanskoge
meditsinskogo instituta.
bh3h66 RR(m)jRWP(t)jWP(b) UP(e.) M
ACC RMAP5011903 UR/0051/65/019/001/0132/01:2
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AUTHOIR;', B*umenko~ V. LO9 Kozinag G.S.,~ Kostinakaya, T. A.; LupachdV Ye. P,;
/Rvacheva, Ye~. S.
it. 10
TITLE: (Stimulated amtasion of praseodymium in calcium tungstate.
SOURCE: Optikei spektroskopiya, v. 19,.no. if 1965, 132p and both aides of insert
facing P., 132
TOPIC TAGS:' stimulated emission, praseodymium, calcium compound, solid state laser
AEMPACTl The authors report that.laser oscillation has been obtained in calcium
iiufigstit~ crystals grown by the Czochralski method end activated with trivalent praseo.
dymium (CaW04Pr3'1'). The oscillations were studied in cylindrical samples about 5
in diameter gad 40 mm,long,' with planeparmllel silvered ends. The transmissivity of
the semitransparent end was 0.5%. The pump source was a pulsed xenon lamp with
maximum flash intens .i.ty 6 kJ). The stimulated emission was observed at a wavelength
of 1.04T 0, correspondivg to the k4 + t4 transition and the temperature of liquid
nitrogen, The threshold pump er&erMr for this Iline vas 12.8 J. The cristal output
emission was recorded with a photomultiplier (FEU28). feeding a. pulse Oscilloscope'.
(0K11,14). The oscill~grama exhibit a spike21ke structure, with ipesk enerfi7 of 30
corresponding to the maximum sDikea~iplitudei. The emitted energy was 2 W Orig,
has: 3 figures.
e6rd in
1,WACHEVAt Anastr.Biya Ivanovna; MESHKOVSKEAt M., red.; SHLYK, M.t
(Everyone chooses his own path] Kazbdyi vybirast sobs doro
Moskvap Moak. rabochiiq 1961. 26 p. (MIRA 14: r *
1. Brigade stancohnikov Lyuberetokogo zavoda sellskokhozyaystven
ny.kh mashin im. Ukhtomakogg (for 1~ppacheva).
(;qubertsyAgYricultural machinery industry)
ISocialist competition)
 LUFAKOV, 1. A.
KATSMAII, I. A., Inzh. i LUPAKOV, I. A., Inzh., :IU&IiO, A. Ya., Inzh.
Inzhonery Vsesoyuznaya Kontora Tipovogo Proyektirovaniya i Telchnichaskikh
Issledovany (KTIS) blintyazhstroya.
Otopleniye 1 Ventilyatsiya Kohsovogo Bloka Koksokhimicheskikh Zavodov
(instraktsiya Proyektirovaniyu) Page 54
SO: Collection of Annotations of Scientific Research Work or, Construction, canoleted
in 1950. lloscmr, 1951
BIAGURZOV, N.P.1 arkhitektor) LANDAU, L.G,p arkhitektor; M~TSM&N,, D.S.,
inzh.; LUFAKOV I.A. inzh.
Range for using industrial buildings without montors. Prom.
stroi. 40 no,4:2127 162. (MM 15:5)
(Fa,toriesDesign and construction)
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E193/E383
AUTHORS: Lupakov, I.S Candidate of Technical Sciences and
Stolyarova, L.S., Engineer
TITLE: Relaxation stability of cylindrical helical springs
of steel IX18149T (lKhl8N9T)
PERIODICAL: Metallovedeniye i term:Lcheskaya obrabotka metallov,
no. 11, 1961, 34  36
T&',V: Owing to its high resistance to corrosion in water or
watersteam mixtures, the steel IKhl3N9T might be a more suitable
material for springs operating at high temperatures than the
steels 3A13 (3Khl3) or V13 (4Khl3) normally used for this
purpose. The object of the present investigatlon was to study
the effect of high service temperatures on the characteristics
of springs made of this steel. Hotrolled rods, 8 and 10 mm in
diameter, were colddrawn to 45 mm diameter wire, whose UTS was
145 and 160 kg/mm 2, respectively. These wires were coiled into
cylindrical springs, 29 mm internal diameter, 59 mm high I with
a pitch of 10 mm. After coiling, the springs were held at 450 OC
for 30/~Ln, cooled to room temperature, compressed to complete
Card
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Relaxation stability of .... 19193/E383
closure and held for 24 hours at room temperature. After
preliminary relaxation, the sprIngs were compressed again in jigs
and held at 450 OC for 30 min. After this treatment the load
required to produce a certain predetermined compression was
measured. The springs were then compressed in jjigs to a height
of 32 mm, placed in a furnace at 385  420 or 450 OC and heid
at the temperature for I to 2 000 hours. The springs were
removed from the furnace at regular intervals and the load
required to produce compression equal to that obtained in the
initial test was determined again. Some of the results are
reproduced graphically in a figure, where the compression stress
(0~ kg/mm2) is plotted against the duration (hours) of treatment
at 385, 420 and 450 OC (graphs a, 6 and B, respectively),
Curves 1 and 2 relating to springs made from wire obtained,
respectively, from 8 and 10 mm rods. Since there was a possi
bility that these results had been affected by repeated loading
and unloading of the springs during the treatment, the tests
were repeated on specimens which, after being held at the test
temperature for a given time, were tested and not used again.
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Relaxation stability of ... E193/E383
No difference in the relaxation stability was observed. The
effect of time and temperature on hardness of the steel
lKhl8NqT is illustrated in Table 2. It is concluded that springs
of hardened steel'lXhl8NqT0have sufficient relaxation stability
at temperatures up to 385 C, the decrease in o after 2 500
hours at this temperature ainountinS to 411.51"'l, the corresponding
decrease at 450 0C being 88.5910 after 750 hours. only. The
relaxation stability is not affected by the degree of vrork
hardening during drawing of the spring wire. A slight increase
ci 0
in hardness of the spring material during the first 100 hours
of treatment was attributed to the effect of ageing.
Engineer D.A4 Teymer of TsNIIChk1 is mentioned in the article.
There are 1 figure, 2 tables and 2 Sovietbloc references.
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oil" 2 B130/B220
1UTHORSs Lupakov# I.S. and Kuzlmiohev, Yu. S.
TITLEi Methods for testing the fatigue strength of heat resistant
ropes at elevated temperature
PERIODICALt Zavodskaya laboratoriya, v. 27, no. 5, 1961, 589  591
TEXTi A method and a device of simple design are described, which permit
an estimate of the fatigue strength of a steel rope till it is destroyed
partly or completely, based on the number of bendings over a pulley, for
a rated stress and at elevated temperature. In these tests, the number
of bendings is recorded by a counter and the temperature of the rope is
measured. These tests enable not only the statement of the bendings, but
also the investigation of several further factors having a neg'ktive in
fluence upon the fatigue strength of the rope, such as oxidation. A rope
was manufactured and tested for 10,000 hours at a temperature of 70000
A load being continuously in a shaft of 70000 is fixed to one end of the
rope. The other and of the rope io fixed on a drum. The ropes were manu
faotured of pure molybdonumohromenickeltungetenstoo1 of the type ~W726
i(EI726) and of an alloy on nickel basis aH893 (EI893) in the Teentrallnyy
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nauchnoissledovatel'skiy Institut ohernoy metallur ii (Central Scientific
Research Instituteof Iron Metallurgy). The device 7Pig. 1) consists of a
frame 1 on which a motor 2 and a reductor 3 with pulley 4 are mounted. A
returning rotary motion is transmitted from the pulley of the reduotor to
the drum 6 by means of a push rod 5. The rope 7 passes an oven, a pulley
8, and a second oven. k load is fixed to the other &nd, of the rope. The
heating of the rope is effected by 2 tube furnaces 10 situated in the
neighborhood of the pulley 8. T *he temperature of the oven is measured by
a chromelalumel thermocouple and controlled by means of an hPUP54
(MRShohPr54) instrument. The number of bendings of the rope over the
pulley is recorded by a Cb1M/100(SB1M/100) counter. Since that part
of the rcpe which runs over the pulley is not always in the oven, a differ
ence developes between the temperature of the oven and that of this point.
The temperature of the rope next to the pulley is measured by means of a
thermocouple and via a vibrator recorded by a 30 4 (E04) oscilloscope
in a special test under small load, in order to ascertain this difference.
There are 4 figures.
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AUTHORS~ Lupakov. I.S~, Candidate of Technical Sciences
and Voyeykov, V.P., Engineer
TITLE, Application of steel3"692 (E1692) for service at
800 OC
PERIODICALz. Metallovedeniye 1 termicheskaya obrabotka metallov,
no. 2, 1962, 49  51
TEXT, The object of the present investigation was to check
whether the steel E1692 (005% C, 0.7% Mn, 019% Si, 15.290% Cr.
365% Ni, 25% W, 2.49% mo, 1.48% Ti, 0008% S, 0023% P,
0.02% B (calculated), 0 025% Ce (calculated)$ developed originally
for service at 600  75; 0C, could be used at 800 OC. To this
end, various properties of this steel were studied on specimens
which, after a preliminary austenizing treatment (aircooling
from 900 0C) followed by 10 hours ageing at 850 0C, were held at
800 OC for periods of lip to 2 130 hours. Theresults of these
experiments are given in Table 1. The variation of the
mechanical properties was reflected in the structural changes
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