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NOWWVICH, - V.A-. .. inzh. --- -1:1- lAfficient use of the D-272 cutting and mixing machine, Avt.dor. 20 no.8:29-30 Ag '57. MIRA 12:4) (Road machiner7) --- --;ERKUWVICHI V.A. linzh. The D-396 mounted ground crushing and mixing machine. Stroi. i dor.mashinostr. 4 no.2:13-14 1 '59. (HM 12:2) (Road mchinery) MERKULOVICH. Y.A.,Inzh. The D-"5 motor grader. Stroi. i dor.mashinostr. 4 no.4:17- 18 Ap '59. (Graders (Earthmoving machinery)) (MM 12:5) VOSHOBEIKO, B.I., inzh.; IMMLOVICH, V.A., inrh. Nixing soil with binders and aggregates by the D-396 and D-J-11,15 ground-cruahing and mixing machines. Stroi.i dor.mashinostr. 4 no.10:16-17 0 '59- (HIRA 13:2) (Roads, Soil-cement) UMR, M.M., Icand.takhn.nauk; SERPIK. N.M., iazh.; YRNTSKOVSKIY, Z.L., lnzh.; MEMKULOVICH, V.A.. inzb. Investigating causes of wear of transmission gear boxes of the D-265 motor grader. Stroi.i. dor.mashinnstr. 4 no.12: 17-19 D '5q. (MIRA 13:3) (Road machinery-Transmission devices) HERM~IAVIGH_L V.A. p inzh. New D-531 road cutter ma=ted on a self-prope3led grader. Stroi. i dor. mash. 6 no.302-33 Hr 161. (MIRA 14:4) (Graders (Earthmoving machinery)) Ln 07 I L Development,~l trends the crmplete rieebanizati(n -T SOviet MjnC-S. P. 371 (F'rzeblad Ciorniczy. Vc-I . 12, n( . Yj, Oct. Katol-Ace, Poland) I'monthly index of East DLropean Access-icrs ( 7--.-2 C. Vol. 7 , nc. 2, Febrnuar-y 1958 41 S()I-JC)VIYEVA, S.V.; kERKUL'TS'VA,-V~F-s- -h- Accelerated determination of moisture in green malt. 5Irt. prom 27 no.6:20-21 161. (Halt) MRA 14:9~ KARLDV, V.I.,; KEMYAYEV, P.A., Fortieth anniversary of tz -~Oat"O-ctober Socialist Revolution. Izv. v79. ucheb. zav.; pri. no.1:5-11 158. (MIRA 11:5) (Russia--Economic conditions) POLOZ, K., rdekhanik--teplotekhnik; I'lERKULIYEV, G.. smenr y tekhnik q Exceas atiff at an enterprise. Sots, ti-ad 7 no~8-129-130 A, '62. (MIRA 15?10) 1. Kerchenskiy mekhanizirovannyy steklotarnyy zavod Krymskogo saveta narodnotgo khozyaystva. j (Kerch Peninsula-Glass manufacture) 1-sk-oa I -f ov, K. V. Merkul I,-: ev, K. V. "Automatic measurement and recording of the SID2 content in turmeric acido" Mateiraly Tsentr. nauch.-issled. in-ta bumazh. pron-sti, Issue 37, 1948, p. 155-62 So: U-3566, 15 14arch 53, (Leltopis 'Zhurnal Inykh Statey, No. 13, 1949) WMLI YAV, V.A. -- - Une of elements of practical application In the teaching of geography. Geog.y shkols no.1:43-46 Ja-F 154, (KUU 7:1) (Geography--Study and teaching) 32' 000 3/08Y62/012/001/003/019 1/3 B 102B 136 ALIT HORS s Antonov, A. V., Granatkin, B. V., Merkullyev,-ju. A.,_ Smolik, Ch. K. TITLE; Pulse method study of neutron diffusion and thermalization in water and ice in a wide temperature range PERIODICAL: Atomnaya energiya, v. 12, no. 1, 1962, 22 - 29 TEM The method, apparatus and results are described, of the investiza- tion of non-steady neutron diffusion in water and ice at 0.5 - 2860C and down to -1960C. The pulse method used has been ciescribed by Dardel (Phys. Rev, 96, 1245, 1954) and 1. M. Frank. The neutrons, from T(d,n)He 4 reactions, were modulated with a repetition frequency of 250 cpS at a pulse duration of 15~tsec. The neutrons were recorded with a B 10 F3 counter, the counter pulses were fed to a 20-channel time analyzer (dead time 10 psec), designed by I. V. Shtranikh, A. Ye. Voronkov, A. M. Volkov and K. P. Dudareva. An apparatus was designed for studying neutron diffusion in water at 0-5, 3, 7, 20, 71, 96, 136, 138, 159, 200, 250 and Card 1/4 S/000020/012/001/003/01) Pulse method study of ... B102 B138 B 2860C. The following parameters were measured: neutron life (T) anc diffusion coefficient (D), coefficient of diffusion cooling ~C) non- I diffusion correction (d) (N. Sjo'strand. Arkiv fys. 15, 147 1959)) tran-s- port free path (7-tr)' transport cross section (a tr)' diffusion length (L) and mean cosine of neutron scattering angle ('~-OS-Q). For water at 210C the following diffusion parameters were measured: T - 207 � 7 ~Lsec, D =-(0.35 i 0.0l)-10 5 cm 2/sec' C_d . (0-04 - 0.01).105 CM4/sec. The diffusion parameters for ice at -1960C are given in the ta"ble. The ex- perimental values were approximated by means of the following formu!as; D W Q D(21'Cj=(0,934 � 0,028) + + (0,289 �O,C)OCI) 10-21 + + (0, 106 � 0,03) 10- 4 t 3. COs 9 1 - IS/Xtr (Xs - scattering mean free path), Card 2/4 Pulse method study oft... ~2000 3,069,'62/012/001/005/010, B1021IB13 L (t) = t[ L- L~~ 1 '12 X _ - (C - d) (1) (0 98 7 � 0 098) + 'C) Q 294, t (U , , (C-d) (2t'C) 1,06t4 X + (0,6 111 0,03 1) 10-3 J + t + 273, [ I +0,06t4 + (0,.' .48 0, 104) 1 o I f 2. (10) t D3 d In Xtr + V ~ x U du x (2 fl - 3) kT (F- - energy transferred by une neutron per col'ision). The heat-exchangc constant T - D 2/C was (3.1 0 t 0.35)*10 5 sec -1 1 F, - 0.23 t 0.07. Conclu- sions: Anisotropy in the angular distribution of scattered neutrons in- creases with temperature. In water at room temperature neutron thermali- zation satisfies Dardel's theory (Trans. Roy. Inst. Technol. No. 75, 19~.'I; when the deviation of the neutron temperature from equilibrium is only small. In ice at -1960C t he neutron gas is in equilibrium with the ice. Equilibrium is established 45 - 75 psec after slowing down begins. Thi~i Card 3/4 0(~O S/069,~622/ 0121001100 3/019 Pulse method study of... 3102/3138 slowing-down time is much greater than in vater. The authors thank I. M. Frank for interest, B. V. Makarov, V. M. Gulikov, V. V. Talakvadze, and Ye. A. Velichenkova for assistance. There arL- 7 figure3, 1 table, ajr,& 17 refereribes:~ 3 Soviet-and 14 non-Soviet. The four most recent refer- ences to English-language publications read tie followai K. Beckurts. Symposium on "In Pile Neutron Spectra and Pulsed Neutrons Methods". Dori- mark, 1960; D. Hughes et al. Phys. Rev., jjj, 672 (1960); D. Hughes, R. Schwards. Neutron Cross Sections. New fork, 1956; K. Rackey, S. Skolxt.U~. Nucl. Sci. Engng,.E, 62 (1960). SUBM ITTBDj July 1, 1961 Table t, ,C Q, cjcx3 I T, 1). ":~. I t 03 CM2 ~ (C-dj,"" I 05 C. 0A CM _196 - 90�0,0t0 1o, M�to 22 2 0 0j5�() 004 0 105�0 001 (),02�0 01 0,025�0 tO t 43J:0107 I53�0 08 146-1. 6 !o 221.+0 Wli "j:2/,4o:6to 0, to 0. 1~, 13'2�U Card 4/4 ANTOETOV, A.V.; GfUl-MTKIN, B.V.; . ; YEV A.; PUZAIA V.V.; 3,'.OLIK, Ch.K. If Neutron diffusion for water and ice at temperatures near OOC and - 800C. Atom. energ. 13 no.4:373-374 0 162. (MIFU~ 15:9) (Neutrons-Scattering) AMMUROV, K.; TBR-AVANESOV, Yu. gho~ of the chemical combine tias been finished injqJAA~- montba. Stroltell no-7:3-5 JI '59. Wki i~--10) 1. Glavnv.7 inzhaner tresta Stalinagorskkhimuglestroy (for Her- kurov). 2 S t ial'W korrespondent zhurnala "Stroitel'(for M ker-Avane;OV31.3 11 (Stalinogorsk--Chemical plants) (Precast concrete constructions) i " f. `~ V\ Ij (I i ~ "- I , I - -- V, 0 1--. 1. A. F. LZWKURIEV 2. ussit (600) 4. Bee Culture 7. 17intering bees on honeydew honey. Pchelovodstvo 3U r1o. 1. 1953. 9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, April -- 1953, Uncl. s/196/61/000/010/028/037 E194/E155 AUTHORSi Pechuro, N-S,, Merkurlyev, A,N., Grodzinskiy, E.Ya., and Sokolova., N. ~ TITLEi An investigation of physical-chemical changes occurring in organic media under the influence of electrical discharges, Decomposition of liquid organic media during spark machining of metals PERIODICAL~ Referativnyy zhurnal, Elektrotekhnika i energetika, no,10, 1961, 41, abstract IOK 236. (Symposium "Problems of electrical machining of materials", M., AS USSR, ig6o, 14-24) TEXTs The organic liquids used during spark machining of metals (ligroin, kerosine, oil etc.) are decomposed by electrical discharge. Investigations of the changes in the physico-chemical propert-ies of petroleum products, Synthin and Esthonian shale pitch after prolonged electric spark treatment show extensive decomposition of their organic compounds accompanied by an increase in the content of sulphur components and evolution of acetylene, hydrogen and soot-. there is an increase in specific gravity, Card 1/2 An investigation of physical-chemical... s/196/6i/ooo/olo/o28/*037 E194/EI55 viscosity, flash and fire points and refractive index. The investigations were carried out on a laboratory electric spark equipment with a follow-up control system maintaining constant conditions with a capacitAnce of' 12,5-500 microfarads, a voltage of 100-200 V and a current of 1-5 A~ The petroleum products were treated for 35 hours and the Synthin and pitch for 20 hours, Characteristics are given of the materials before and after treatment, with information about the influence of the construction and material of electrodes on the evolution of gas and about the possibility of using the treated fluids and gases in the chemical and rubber industries. 11 literature references. [Abstractor's noted Complete translation-] Card 2/2 S/836/62/000/000/007/oli E194/EI35 AUTHORS: Pechuro, N. S. , and A. N. 'rlTL,E: Investigation of the decomposition of organic liquids in transient electric discharges SOURCE: Problemy elektriches1roy obrabotki materialov. Tsentr. nauchnoissI. labor. elek. obrab. mat. AN SSSR. Ed. by B.R. Lazarenko. Moscow, Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1902. lbi-191 TEXT: Although much work has been done on the production of unsaturated hydrocarbons from natural and refinery gas, most acetylene is still made from carbide, which is inconvenient. The most promising ways of making acetylene are oxidative and thermal cracking and various processes involving electric discharges. Electrical discharges have mostly been applied to gas, but relatively little has been done on the electrical treatment of organic liquids. Following a review of earlier work, new work and preliminary qualitative results from its first stage are described. A petroleum product with a boiling range of 140-250 *C was cracked by transient low-voltage electric discharges employing Card 1/3 lnvestigation of t tie decompos It ion. 5/(J5b/t)2/(ju(j/()6(j/uij7/L) I I V, 194/E 135 intermediate conducting contacts in the form of graphite bpiieres between the main electro(tes. The influence of the nature (if the intermediate contacts on ti)C OUtpUt and composition of cracked gas was studied, The laboratory tests were run for up to one hour to avoid errors in assessment of acetylene due to its solubility in the liquid phase. The rectangular reaction vessel was r,.ade with transparent plastic; near the bottom of it were six horizontal electrodes of 20 or It() nun diaii;eter; the intermediate contact was by spheres 5-12 nim in (liameter made from various Yrades of graphite. In principle, the li,ititc! could be circulated but this was not done in the tests described. Supply was from five a.c. welding transformers whi-ch cotild be connected to obtain otitput voltages ranging from 6L) to 300 V- Difficulties in measuring the power output xn such a case are discussed. ()peration was iiiost stable when tile number of' intermediate contacts was large ( -- loo), and stable conditions facilitate measurements. The gas evolved was of practically constant composition: acetylene and its homologues forming 29-320/~; C H C H, about 2-b,,.; and H2, 52-j'85.). n 2n n 2n + 2 Card 2/3 Investigation of the decomposition... s/836/62/()00/000/007/011 E194/E135 This composition was virtually independent of the applied voltage in the range 60-3()() V. Rowever, the production of gas was more efficient when, for a given voltage, the current was increased, or with higher voltage with a given mean current. The apparatus was run for about 5 hours to obtain a material balance and this showed that about 2.5 kg of liquid feed are required to produce 1 m3 of acetylene. The cracked gas could be used directly to produce acetaldehyde with a satisfactory yield.* The liquid phase remaining after treatment is unstable in colour on exposure to heat and light, and there is some increase in specific gravity, refractive index, iodine value and molecular weight. Some sludge forms, There are 7 figures and 3 tables. Card 3/3 5/056/b2/000/000/009/011 E194/EI33 AUTHORS: Pechuro, N.S. , and fierkurlyev, .&.,N~c TITLL: A study of the process of gas formation during the decomposition of organic liquids in low-voltage transient electric discharges . SOURCE. Problemy elektricheskoy obrabotki materialov. Tsentr. nauchnoissi. labor. elek. obrab. mat. AN SSSR. Ed. by B.R. Lazarenko. Njoscow, Izd-vo AN 553R, 1962. 199-206' TEXT: A high-speed cawera developed by B.N. Zolotykh was used to study the process of gas-bubble formation by electr-ic discharges through organic liquids. Camera type CKC-I (SKS-1) made runs of I second duration taking 4000 frames per second. The subject was illuminated by lamps to a total wattage of 3.5 kW. Two test cells were made, of transparent plastic: one contained two graphite spherical electrode.-i with a 3 min gap bridged by an intermediate contact in the form of a graphite sphere 8 - 9 mpi dlanieter; the other had six main electrodes, 20 min diameter, with five intermediate contacts made of graphite spheres 8 - 9 min diameter, Card 1/3 A study of tile pf-oc-~s of' gas ... 5/656/62/000/000/009/011 E19VE135 the arrangement being the same as was used in the study of the decomposi.tion of organic liquids in electric discharges (present collection of articles, 161-191). Tests were made with a petroleum di,,itillate ol builing range 140-230 -3 C and with ethanol. The voltag4~ ranged from ou to 180 V. Typical records of gas-bubble formatxon obtained at differen.t voltages are illustrated and described. The processes were very similar whether ethanoJ or distillate were tised but were much eabier to observe with ethanol because less carbon was form*-d. High-speed films and oscillograws of tile process were taken simultaneously with the multi-electro(ie cell and confirmed that 5everal simultaneous discharges are recurded on the oscillograir. as a single impulse. It was also found that gas bubbles and hydrau.1ic shock have consiticrable influence in displacing the interwediate contacts during discharge. From the simultaneous films and oscillograins preliminary conclusions are drawn concerning tile mechanism of tiischarge initIation and development. One kind of discharge initiation commences with breakdown of' a microfilm of liquid dielectric between the intermediate contact and one of the Card 2/3 A study of the process of gas s/656/62/000/000/009/011 r,194/EI35 electrodes, the other electrode being in direct contact with the intermediate contact. This contact is broken down and a second channel opens up within 0.25-0.5 milliseconds. In other cases two discharge channels are formed simultaneously within 0.25 milliSecs. This seems to occur when the voltage between the electrodes is high enough to break down both microfilms of dielectric simultaneously or when the output of the supply source is such that after the first breakdown there is a considerable,increase in the discharge current, which immediately forms a second channel. Energy dissipation in the discharge channels gives rise to high temperatures which decompose the organic liquids with the formation of gaseous products. Under the 'action of the gas and o'lectroinagnetic forces the intermediate contact is forced away from the electrodes, extending both discharge channels, thus increasing the volume of liquid exposed to high temperatures. There are 11 figures. Card 3/3 S/856/62/000/000/011/011 E194/EI35 AUT1i0HS: Pechuro, N.S. , and f-feirkUrlyev, A.N. TITU: An investigation of transient 61-607Vi-ical dimeharges used to decompose organic liquids SOURCE: 1,roblemy elektricheskoy obrabotki materialov. Tsentr. nauchnoissl. labor. elek. obrab. mat. AN SSSR. Ed. by B.R. Lazarenko. MOSCOW, IZd-vo AN SSSR, 1962. 214-21~;. TLXT t During the invest-Lgation of the decomposition of organic liquids in transient elcctric discharges (present collection of articles, 101-191) it was decided to take oscillograitas of' current and voltage during the diSchargesj using an electromagriet.Lc Oscillograph typemnr,-2 (NPO-2) with 'film speeds ranging froin 250 to 5000 win/sec. The open circuit voltage of supply could range from 60 to 300 V and heavy currents could be passed. It was clear froin numerous oscillograms that when a single intermediate contact 's used the current and voltage curves are very similar to thobe of a transient a.c. arc. Analysis of the oscillograms shows that there are two cases of initiation and development of interrupted Card 1/ 3 An investigation of transient ... E194/E 135 (I is charge n the 1' irst case , vo It a ge is app I ie(i at the i ust a nt when the inter ... vdl.tte contact ib directly on the electrucies; -11 the voltage is high enough the breakdown occurs instantaneously and the voltage fall!- If tile initial Voltage 15 110t high enOllgh, breakdown occurs as soon as it hits risen to the breakdown value. In the second case the intermediate contact -is away from the electrode wnen the voltage is applied, and discharge is initi-ated when it approaches closely to the main electrodes, the actual conditions depending ul.)on the instantaneous value of voltaSe at that time. Oscillograms were also taken when there were a number of intermediate contacts, and it was found that several discharges could occur -simultaneously. in this case oscillograph element-s were connected between the various pairs of electrodes with various nuiiibers of interinediate contacts. In general, discharges are transient and follow one another at irregular intervals and tht-y also vary in amplitude. 11owever, on carrying out 100 successive Uischarges it was lounu that as the number of intermediate contacts is increased there is a charige in the stati.-3tical distribution ol duration, mean current and energy of individual Card 2/3 An investigation of transient s/856/62/000/000/011/011 EJ-94/EI35 impulses. This suggests that in many cases a number of discharges occur simultaneously, the oscillograms recording only tile wean current and voltage. L)ata are given about 'the discharge frequencies with various values of supply va.1tage under the particular experimental conditions used. There are 7 figures and 2 tables. Card 3/3 A ACC NRs AT7006847 SOURCE CODEt UR/0000/66/ooo/000/0164/0172 ~~AUTHORi Pechuro, N, S. (Professor, Doctor of technical sciences); Gol'din, V. I.; .iMorkur'yov.-A..N. ORG: none TITLE: D3composition of pure hydrocarbons during electroerosive machining using a ,dynamoolectric pulse generator SOURCE: Moscow. Eksperimentallnyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut metallorozhush- chikh stankov. Khimichaskiya reaktsii organicheskikh produktov v alektrichaskikh razryadakh (Chemical reactions of organic products in electric discharges), Moscow, Izd-vo Nauka, 1966, 164-172 TOPIC TAGS: electroerosion, alkane, aromatic hydrocarbon, cyclohexane ABSTRACT: The effect of various types of hydrocarbons used as interelectrode media 1 6-heptane, n-octane, n-decane, tetradecane, cyclohexane, benzene, o-xylene, tetralin) Ion the chemical reactions taking place during electroerosive machining was studied under conditions approximating those prevailing in the operation of making holes (d 20 mm) in steel uarts. The power source was an MIG-2B dynamoelectric generator with a pulse repetition frequency of 600 cycles. The physicochemical properties of the ~pure hydrocarbons were found to have a considerable effect on the characteristics of ~he process of electroerosive machining of the metal. &w1rical equations are derived C.'d 1/2 ACC NR, AT700684? for the decomposition of the hydrocarbons. Thermodynamic calculations and results of oscillograDhic analysis showed that the energy exDended on the chemical processes varies widely and amounts to 5.52-27.92% of the total energy of the pulse for r)araf- fins and cyclohexanot 1.73-6.52% for benzene and o-xylene, and 10.02-11-36% for tetralin. The erosion of the anode and the total electrode wear increase in the series: cyclohexane, paraffin hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons. Orig. art. hasi I figure, 6 tables and I formula. SUB CODE: 07,13/ SUBM DATES none/ ORIG REFS 002/ OTH REFS 002 FACC NR: - AT7006W CODEt __ UR/0000/66/000/000/01'73/0180 AUTHOR: Merkurlyly, A. N Posin, 0. Yu.; Pechuro, N. S. (Professor, Doctor of technical'YcT~W~es) ORG: none TITLE: Study of the decomposition in condensed discharges of liquid organic products used as interelectrode media in electroarosi:- machining of metals SOURCE': Moscow. Eksperimental'nyy nauchno-issledovatel'skV institut metallorezhush-I chikh stankov. Khimicheskiye reaktsii organicheskikh produktov v elektrichaskikh razryadakh (Chemical reactions of organic products in electric discharges). Moscow, Izd-vo Nauka, 1966, 173-180 TOPIC TAGS: electroarosion, aromatic hydrocarbon, alkane, cyclohexane ABSTRACT: Eroeriments were carried out in order to determine the nature of the de- comDosition of, pure organic coLn-ounds used as interelectrade media in electroerosive I machining when they are acted. upon by condensed discharges. The compounds studied were representatives of pareffins, naphthenes, and aromatic hydrocarbons (n-heDtane, n-octane, n-decane, n-tatradecane, benzene, o-xylene, tetralin, and cyclohexane). The yield of gaseous decomoosition Droducts was found to depend substantially on the type of medium. The maxirium amount of gas was formed by the decomposition Of Daraffin hydrocarbons, and the minimum by the decomposition of aromatic compounds. Relation- Card 1/2 ACC NR: AT7006848 shiDS were established between the structure of the molecule being decomposed and the nature and amount of the products. Fmpirical decomposition equations were derived, and "Che fraction of energy consumed by the chemical reactions was determined. The dependence of erosion on the nature of the interelectrade medium is discussed. Orig. art. has: 6 tables. SUB CODE: 107,13/ SUBM DATE: none/ ORIG REFI 002 KERKURIYEV. G.D..iTizh. Oil reclamntion as an imnortant menns of im-oroving the economy of diesel locomotive trnetion. Elek. i tenI. tinga 2 no.2:21-22 F 159. -I' , . . . (MIRA 11:4) 1. Glnvnoye uDrnvleniye lokomotivnogo khozynyst,~a. (Diesel locomotives) (Oil reclamation) (Diesel fuels) N=W-M, G. D. Now standards. Elek. i tepl. tiaga 3 no-3:22 Mr 159. (Diesel engines--Lubrication) (MIRA 12:5) MERKURI'YEV, G.D. Transformer oil for electric locomotives. Elek.i tepl. tiagga 5 no.32:36-38 D 161. (MIRA 15:1) (Insulating oils) VORONOVp Hikolay Mikhnylovich; BLIDCIIENKO, Ignatly Fadorovich; GONCHAROV, Viktor Mikhaylovich; LOBAKOV, Vasilly Vasillyevich; !ZRKUIIJZY,,_~~~e~vich; BLAGOVIDOV, I.F., kand. tekhn. nauk,, rateenzent; EMINOV, Ye.A., inzh., retsenzent; GROMOV, G.N., inzh., retsentent; LOSIKOV, B.V., prof., red.; SOBAKIN, V.V., inzh., red.; MEDVEDEVA, M.A., tekhn. red. (Petrolewn fuel and lubricants in railroad transportation; handbook] Neftianoe toplivo i smazoehnye materialy na zheleznodorozh.nom transporte; spravochnik. Moskva, Trans- zheldorizdat, 1962. 322 p. (MIRA 16:6) (Petroleum products) (Railroads--Fuel) tVI4007083 BOOK MLOITATION S/ flev "=Iyev. Gennadiy Dnitriyevich Lubricants and their use in electric rolling stock.(Srrazochny*ye materialY* i ikh primeneniye v elektropodvizhncxn Gostave) Moscow, Transzheldorizdat, 63. 0125 p. illus., biblio. 5,000 copies printed. TOPIC TAGS- lubrication, lubricating oil, electric traction, packing material PURPOSE AND COVERAGE: The book contains brief information on the main physical and chemical properties of oils and lubricants, and a detailed description of the' conditions under which lubricants can be used in rubbing parts of electric rolling stock. Nonis for lubricant consumption are presented. The book is intended for mechanics specializing in electric rolling stock, their helpers, and the railroad yard repair personnel. Principal attention is paid to the quality of lubricating oil and its applications. Ceneral problem involving friction, oil refining, and manufacttm of Wxicating oil are mentioned only briefly. TABLE OF MIUM [abridged]: Fbiewwd 3 Card 1/2 AM007083 Ch. 1. General information on friction and lubricants 4 Ch. II. Main physical and cheinical properties of lubricating oils - - 19 Ch. III. Technical diamcteristics of lubricating and packing materials used in electric traction - - 30 Ch. IV. Dibrication of main rubbing parts of electric rolling stock - - 56 Ch. V. Recovery of used lubricating oil - - 100 Ch. VI. Organizaticn of lubrication administration in an electric laccmative 7 yard and norms of lubri ing-material ccnsunpticn - - 108 Appendices - - 1.14 Literature - - 127 SUB CODE: FLI, PR SUBMI=: 04Feb63 NR IMF SOV: 019 OZER: 000 DM ACQ: 30Nov63 L -01806-67 BiT(m)/T DJ IACC NR, AP6030589 _U' - E-C6 0 RC DE.- IJR/0413/66/000/016/0073/0073 INVENTOR: Ismailov, R. G. A. 0. ; Mamedov, M. A. A._O. ; Spektor, Sh. Sh. Seidov, M. M. M. 0. ; Vartapetov, A A - Shchelkonogov, 1. A.; Kyazimov, A. 0. ; Aliyev, A. A. G. 0. , Tangiyeya. T. A ; Kese 'man, L. G. ; Lobanov,_ __4v. ir. ; Chikunov, V. A. ; Blidchenko, 1. F. ; Tarumov, G. _ A. ; Bombandirov, P. P. , Merkurlyev, G. D. ; Petrov, S. A. ORG: none TITLE: Lubricating- oil for bushings. Class 23, No. 164997 SOURCE: Izob reteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no. 16, 1966, 73 TOPIC TAGS: lubricant, bushing, petroleum ABSTRACT: An Author Certificate has been issued describing a lubricant for bushings, with a solar fraction and mazut base. To expand the operating tempera- ture range of the oil, a petroleum fraction with a boil-away of 4-570' at '240-3 20C is added to the lubricant. This fraction is obtained from the petroleum distillate at 300-310C. [Translation] (NTJ SUB CODEJI / SUBM DATE: 05Nov64/ .rd I /I J, _j UDC: 629. 11. 012. 26 G. 'A. Cotton Carding Oeducing the irregularity of lap by chanf~ing the drawing in 11 1 1 Tekst. prom., 12, No. 3, 1952.~ 9. Monthl List Of RU5sian Accessions, Library of Congress, - A:)ri 1 -1953:, Uncl. 2 MERKURIYEV, .Gennadiy Sergeyevichl SAVOSTIYANOVI Yevgeniy Ivanovich; , B. ., red.; KWROVA, N.F., teJdaL, red. (Brigades and the shock workers of communist labor]Brigady i udarniki kommunisticheakogo truda. Moskva, Uchpedgiz, 1962. 123 p. (MIRA 16:3) (Socialist ccmpetition) (Communist youth league) USM/ Electronics Material testin 9 Carl 1 1.: ~wo &a 2 _9 erkur,, yeri Val 4"~defectqscope: 1:52 L_ gi e use o t, t 'i t f, a- vn o the 'f -he pens mt ng proper y,o mm&.,rays, ga. to~ lo-cate- hidden dof6cts in-metal fts.- N6 t6th --one pA ode are described ~called -the pkOt hod zation method. The. ogr4phie* met and, the ioni -.*rmer,:pro'duc" a photographic image on which hollmi places in an objectar6 revealed through greater penetrati n of the:rays .0 and the latter recor their:penetration 0u the Geiger,: counter prirlciple. Technical details, of ~_the parts of-the apparatus with directions fortheir assembly. ~-Illustrationsvdia grams,; graphs, on Submi ted-- - 107-57-6-15/57 AUTHOR: Merkur'yev, I. TITLE: Burning Issues (Nabolevshiye voprosy) PERIODICAL: Radio, 1957, Nr 6, p 11 (USSR) ABSTRACT: A new AF 20 -watt amplifier designed by the author was displayed at the Ninth All-Union Exhibition of the Radio Amateurs - It won fourth prize. Its description was submitted to the Ministry of Communications; the Ministry never replied. A description of a new gamma-ray crack detector, submitted to the Ministry of Radio Engineering Industry, was shelved there for over five months; it was examined only after interference by public organizations. The author has designed over fifty various instruments during twenty years. He finds that very little attention is paid to the important matter of radio amateur inventions. Currently, he is developing a new portable dosimeter with AC supply, weight under 1 kg. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 1/1 BOLOTOVSKAYA, T.P.; BOLOTOVSKIYp I.A.# kand, tokhn. nauk, dotij.; BOCHAAOVj G.33.; GULYAYEV, V.I.; KURLOV, B.A.; MEPKU'YEV, I.A. ; S-,IRII'OV, blandbook on the geometrical calculation of involute toothed and worm gears] Spravochnik po geometricheskomu. raschetu evollventnykh zubehatykh i cherviachnykh peredach. [By] T.P. Bolotovskaia i dr. ',,,oskva, Yashgiz, 1963. 472 p. (MIRA 17:4) Ln-,~., 'T~ ------- IZERKURRYEV, I. S. Cand Tech Sci (diss) "Developrent 0&-,Fnl and methods for the hydraulic calculation of automat rc_~tubul aA water -meter regulators." Mos, 1957. 23 pp with diagrams (Min of Agriculture USSR. VASKRNIL. All-Union Impravement Sci Res Jnst of Hydraulic Engineering and Wai*amxk"w), 100 copies (KL,5-58, 102) -25- MOMIRITIff, I.S* I 16t'omatic tubular water meter and regulator used i_- izrigatjoa 97stems. Blul. tekh.-okon. inform. no.1:61-62 157. (KIYA 11:4) (Irrigation) 98-58-3-13/22 AGI'HOR! Merkurlyev, I.S., Candidate of Technical Sciences TITLE- Letters and Comments of the Readers (Pis'ma i otkliki chitatele-y, Hydraulic Resistances on Head Water Discharges (Gidravliches- kiye soprotivleniya na vkhod napornykh vodovypuskov) PERIODICAL; Gidrotekhnicheskoye Stroitel'stvo, 1958, Nr 3, pp 46 -48(USSR) ABSfRACT, Based on a Bernoulli equation, calculations are presented to determine hydraulic resistances on head water discharges. The author critically appraises the calculations offered by I.A. Zababurin on the same problem. There are 2 graDhs and 4 Soviet references. Card 1/1 1. Bernoulli equations-Applications 2. Fluid flow-Resistance- Mathematical analysis WRKUR'YEV, I.S., kand.tekhn.nauk Lightweight hydrant-tqp~ slliice j7aates rf sys,~en~s ,cith dis- 1. - tributing pipelines. Gidr. i mel. 14 rc_I.7,.I,[_'-46 - 162. NIRA 17:2) 1. Vsesoyuznyy n.-ailchno-is.-~ledovatp-llskiy irstitw. gidrot.,~khniki i melioratsli. BELOSTOTSKIY,Anatoliy Avrumovich; VAL'DENBERG, Yuriy Stanislavovich; -_i - CL..JVaj~qy c1i; Prin;mal uchp DAVv,DOVSKI'Y, A.K.; SHENMOT, I.M., red. (Use of electronic corrputers in the automation of inaustrial procesooL:] Primenenie vychislitelInykb mashin (ilia I!Vtomati- .,.atsii proi::v~dstvennykh protso.,,,sov. Mos"ra, Znerg-ia, 19(~4. 23F P. 01-~IhA 17:12) A C' C-N R_ j m6oo4715 Monograph UR/ Belostotsklcy, Anatoliy Avrumovich; Valldenbergp YUriY Stanislavovich; Merkur' yev,,jeopid_.1vanoy:kq4 Use of computers for the automation of production processes (Primeneniye vychi-glitellnylch ma3hin dlya avtomatizataii proiz- vodstvennykh protsessov) Moscow, Izd-vo "Energiya", 1964- 238 P. illus.p biblio. 9800 copies printed, TOPIC TAGS: computer, automation equipment, industrial automation, automatic control system, automatic control, computer application PURPOSE A14D COVERAGE: The book is intended for a wide circle of technicians concerned with the automation of various production proc'esses. It describes the basic problems involved in the use of computers for the control of1hEce processe3. Numerous examples-taken from Soviet and foreign practice show the role and the position of control computers in different technological processes. Scientific and technical problems arising with the utilization of control computers, as well as trends in their development, are discussed, The main emphasis is placed on the use of control computers in chemistry, power engineering, metallurgy, and.transportation, The introduction and chapters 1, 2 and 3 (except ss 3-1 and 3-4) were written by Yu. S. Valldenberg,�� 3-1 and 3-4 by A, K, Davydovskiy, Card 1/4 uDc 681.1 ju46004~1 5 chapter 4 (excepti� 4-5) and S5 6-3, chapter 5 and �g 4e-5, 6-1, 6-2, and Belostotskiy. Materials on Soviet by V, M. Kagan, B. N. Malinovskly, 6-5. and 6-6 by L,I, Merkurlyev, 6-4 and the appendix by A. A. control computers were furnished N. 1. Borodin, and G, 1# Gillman, TABLE OF CO1V=S: Ch. I. Automation and computers -- 9 1-1. Partial and full automation -- 9 1-2, Information-type computers -- 11 1-3. Computers which advise the operator -- 21 1-4. Control computers -- 31 1-5, Theoretical problems involved in the use of control computers 1-6. Some problems of control-computer designing 45 Ch. 2. Control computers in the chemical industry 50 2-1# Optimum control in chemical productions -- 50 2-2. Linear progranuning in controlling chemical processes 64. 2-3. Control of product-mixing processes -- 77 2-4, Control in oil refineries -- 85 Ch. 3. Control computers in power engineering -- 85 Card 2/4 '4CC P*1600471 5 3-1. Use of digital computers in ower distribution 85 3-2. Control in power plants -_ 98 3-3. Control of the boiler-turbogenerator unit -- 99 3-4. Digital adjustment of power facilities -- 106 Ch. 4. Control computers in the metallurgical industry 110 4-1. Automation of blast-furnace production -- 112 4-2. Control of converter production -- 118 4-3. Control of rolling mills -- 124 4-4. Control of material laying-out processes -- 139 4-5. Statistical simulation of open-hearth plants -- 145 4-6. Complex automation of a metallurgical enterprise -- 149 Ch. 5. Computers In transportation -- 158 5-1. Use of computers for the automation of bookkeeping in rail transportation -- 158 5-2. Use of control computers in railroad operations -- 165 5-3. Automation of industrial rail transportation -- 183 Ch. 6. Soviet control computers -- 200 6-1. "Dnepr" (multipurpose control computer) 200 6-2. TZI-I-NKh 2o6 Card 3/4 ACC NR: Am6oo4715 6-3. VN11E-1-1 -- 211 6:4. 7M-1 -- 213 6 5. "Stall -2 " -- 218 6-6. "Zenit-3" -- 222 Appendix: Characteristics of foreign control computers 227 Bibliography 234 SUB CODE: Oq/ SMI DATE: 14Nov6V ORIG =-.,: 058/ OTH REF. 043/ - MERMIM, N -.? inzhener. High-speed entr7 driving. Mast.ugl. 5 no.6:26 je 1.56. (MIAA 9:8) (Pechora Basin--Coal nines and mining) KgRKUROYEV, Hikolay Dmitriyevich; ABMIGH, P.L., red.lzd-va; BYKOVA. T.T., [Prospecting for asbestos] Asbast i ago poiski. Moskva, Goo. nauchno-tokhn.izd-vo lit-ry po geologii i okhrans nedr. 1959. 26 p. (MIRA 13:7) (Asbestos) IWIKURIYEV, Nikolay ABKEVICH, P.L., red. izd-va; '--7ffR&Vi,"~.V., tekhn. red. (Asbestos and searching for itlAsbest i cgo poi~;ki. Izd.2. I-loskva, Gosgooltekhizdat, 1962. 23 P. (MIRA (Asbestos) 4V,--Ha- (Dbskva) _ j~~lj R I T Problems of prevention and treatment of thronniDoeevol-ism in the system of the pulmonary artery. n0.4:148-151 162. (1411a 15.5) (FUUIONARY EMBOLISM) M M URIYEV, N.D.; SUDERKIN, A.I. ---I - 1. Specific featilres of prospecting for deposits of piezooptical raw materials. Razved. i okh. nedr 27 no.1:15-18 Ja 161. (PIRA 17:2) 1. Vnesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellsi-ly institut plyezooptiches- kogo syrIya. 112-1-1421 Translation from: Referativnyy Zhurnal, Elektrotekhnika, 1957, Nr 1, p. 215 (USSR) AUTHOR: Merkurlyev, N.K. TITLE-. Mechanization of Production Operations at the Plant "Proletariy" (Mekhanizataiya proizvodstvennykh protsessov na zavode "Proletariy") PERIWICAL: Inform. tekhn. sb. M-vo elektrotekhn. prom-sti SSSR., 1956, Nr 5 (89), PP-13-18. ABSTRACT: BibllographjLc entry Card 1/1 S/l96/6i/ooo/oil/Ol4/o42 E194/E155 AUTHORS;~ Bukhman, G,D., and Merkurlyev, P.T. TITLE, A luminescent method for finding leaks in (steam) condensers PERIODICAL,5 Referativnyy zhurnal, Elektrotekhnika i energetika no.11, 1961, 28, abstract 11G 166 (Elektr, stantsii, no.4, 1961, 86_87) TEXT, Experience with the method in high- and medium-pressure power stations of the Sverdlovenergo system is described, The luminophores used were (I) fluorescine, and (II) sodium fluorescinate, Because of the poor solubility of (1), causti-c soda is added to the water when it is used, In preparing the condenser for hydraulic testing, a quarter of the volume of the steam space is filled with water, then solution (II) ts added ' after which the condenser is filled with water to above the tube level, The condenser pump is operated through the recirculation line for 25-30 minutes to ensure good mixing of the solution, The fluorescine concentration should be greatey than 5 mg/lItre, Card 1/2 A luminescent methcd for fl-nding s/lq6/6i/ooo/oli/ol4./o42 E194/EI55 When looking for leaks the lamp should be moved along the tube plate from top to bottom at a distance of 50 70 mm from the tubes in a darkened water chamber, Solution which escapes through small leaks in the tub-- system shines with a bright v-?!L--w-greeri colour, Lamp type 4!'~ (,UFO-4A) with glass gra-!~, 6 (UFS-6) was u5ed. Supply was at 12 V a,c~ The te~4t lasted 4 to 8 hours, EAbstra-lor s note Compl-c- t7anstatior Card 2/2 I MMMIYEV, S.A, %A,t the use of mireral fertilizers under control. Ze-mledelie 27 nos5c8l My 165. (MIRA 18:6) Is Predsedatell Irkutskogo oblastnogo komiteta partlyno-gasu- daratyannogo kontrolya, YaMIYANOV, V.P.; Sn, OBOV, V.; KONDYBKO, P.; ILYUKOVICH, B.M.; 14ERKURtYEV, SARAPULOV, Yu.V. In the countryts rolling mills. Metallurg 9 no.12:34-35 D 164. (MIRA 18:2) 1. Magnitogorskiy metallurgicheskiy kombinat (for Yemellyanov), 2. Zavod "Krasnaya Etna" (for Skrobov, Kondybko). 3. Chusovskay metallurgicheski7 zavod (for Ilyukovich, Merkurlyev). 4. Charepovet- skiy metallurgicheskiy zavod (for Sarapulov). ILYUKOVICH, B.M.; ~ERKIJP'YrEV, Rolling special lighweight shape 02OB1 wheal rims -for the GzLZ 51, automobile. M-talllirg 10 no.4126-217 Ap 165. t X! P A - C'. , , 1. Chusovskoy metallurgichegkiy zavod. ILYUKOVICHt B.H., starshiy kalibrovshchik; MERKURIYEV S.Ye., kalibrovshahik Rolling of special sections for the screens of Jiggin machinery. Metallurg 10 no.500-31 My 165. IMIRA 18t6) 1. Chusovakoy metallurgicheskiy zaved. YD4EL'YANOV, V.P.; ILYUKOVICH, B.M.; -.'~!E11,KTWY--:V, S.Ya.; FCMUNKO, G.G. In the roLjing ,xiil.,3 ol' thsa '(' L) '-65- I , I "ti I ~. it". LR-.J~ 1. Chusovskiy metallurgichankiy zavod (for 711yukovich, Mnrkurlyev~. . I _ ~ - I X KOZHEVNIKOV, A.; MERKURIYEVA, A. - 0~0~ Augment credit relations with 15 no.3:8-12 Mr '57. (Petroleum the petroleum industr7. Den.i kred. (MLRA 10:5) Industry--Finance) 22571 S/190&/003/005/014/014 4201 2205, It4 '16" 1 Lj-j Ll 3110/B230 AUTHORSj Yerusalimakiy, B. L.0 Merkurlyeva, A. V., Baykova, N. P. TITLEi Polymerization of ohloroprene under the influence of organo- metallic compounds PERIODICALe Vysokomolskulyarnyye soyedineniya, v. 3, no. 5, 1961, 798 TEM Data published on the polymerization of chloroprene by methods other than initiation by free radicals disclose nothing about polymeriza- tion in the presence of conventional organometallic compounds. The present authors found the polymerization of chloroprene under the influence of organolithium and organomagnesium compounds to be possible. Butyl lithium and the system [04H 9MgI + (C4H9),Q were used as initiators of polymeriza- tion. This system, formed in the course of the organomagnesium synthesis in hydrocarbon, has already been applied together with other organo- magnesium compounds for the polymerization of isoprene. Under the in- fluenoe of the system butyl magnesium iodide - dibutyl magnesium the poly- mesization of ohloroprene takes place at a considerable rate between 40 and 60 0. At a concentration of the initiator of 0.012 to 0.025 and of the Card 1/2 22571 S/190/61/003/005/014/014 Polymerization of ... B110/B230 monomer of 2.5 moles/1, conversion amounts to -5 per cent per hour at 600a at the beginning of the reaction. Applying butyl lithium and a concentra- tion of the initiator of 0.008 and og the monomer of 4.0 moles/l, con- version is 2 per cent per hour at 35 C at the beginning of the reaction. Polymers obtained in hexane under the conditions described are soluble in benzene to a limited egtent (,v50 per cent). Temperature of vitrification varies from -46 to -50 0 for the individual speoim no. [Abstracter,s notei Essentially complete translation]. There are 4 Merencest 1 Soviet-bloc and 3 non-Sovist-bloo. SUBMITTEDt January 28, 1961 Card 2/2 S/190/62/004/009/005/014 B101/B144 AUTHO~3: Dolgoplosk, B. A., Yerusalimskiy, B. L., Kavunenkol A. P., Merkurlyeva, A. V. TITLF,- Polymerization of diene hydrocarbons unaer the action of organoma,qnesium compounds PERIODICAL: Vysokomolekulyarnvye-soyedineniya, v. ~J, no. 9, 1962, 1333-1337 TEXT: The polymerizaltion of butadiene (I), 2,3-dimethyl butadiene (il), and chloroprene (III) by the system (C 4 H9)2Mg - C4 H 9b1gI was studied under the same condi'ions as that of i3oprene described preyiously (1ysokomolek. 30,red., 2, 541, 1q60). Renults: (1) A solution of 25 - 30.mole"'Iin he)cane .1 0 /0 yielded -1C~,~ polymer with 77 - 7Z 1,4 bonds at 100 C. Under the same con-titions, II yi,11ded-40~-' polymer with 97~ 1,4 bonds. The poly-,nerizaticn proceeds more alo .ly than that of isoprene. The polymers are completely soluble in benzene and have lost -6-5,, of their double bonds. It is assumed., therefore, that an intriiiji0lecular 0cyclization occurs.. (2) The polymerization of III in hex'ar-d at 40 - 60 C yielded up to 20r,~.polymer. The polymers had limited solubility in benzene, and their glass transition Card 112 S/190/62/004/009/005/014 Polymerization of diene ... B101/B144 point was -40' to -490C. (3) The consumption of organoma,6,nesium initiators during the polymerization of isopre:,,e -.,;as studied. The content in C4I'll 1() libera .~ed by~ If2so ras determined chromatographically. The continuous 4 decreaLe in nitiator concentration and the continuous increase in molecuiar viJ ght during the reaction suggest a consecutive organometal synthesis.. Monomer addition to the C-Mg bond is comparatively slow. There Oe 1 figure and 4. tables. ASSOCIATION: Institut vysokomolekulyarnykh soyedineniy AN SSSR (Institute of High-molecular Compounds AS USSR) SUBMITTkD: May 20, 1961 Card R/2 2 AU~!' .'0 R S 11~1 I j- i. e rmar. , Z . A L. A. 12 IT L :'Lrdro.-enation in t'-w PI-osence of Colloidal Palladium (Gidri -r.j,rC. V 1,. rov rjsut3wii '-oIluidal'nc,--.-c IX. ro-unation of Viiiylpropyl- ar,~! Vinylbut,-,l-Acetylene L, .1 (IX. Gidrirov,-L,,.iye vinil-,~ro,,~il - i vinilbutilatsetilen2v) P-RIODICAL: :L"hurnal chshc:,ey Ihiriii 195"1", vol.2,-.., "r ABJTRACT: One of the :-uthors earlier. investi -ated the ',,.ydro-eneticr cf two clcse hc-ioloc:,Li--,s of vinylacetylere, namely vinyl::,.ethyI- and vinyletulh~-l-acetylene. It was of interest to tes-. t1le sai:,-e reaction also on ot.,ler derivatives ~Df v~ r:, lace tylene wi--h a lon--er c'-.--in of ato~is. Tor tr,is nurnoce the authors ',.yJratle.~ vir,yll)ropyl- and ir t~ie presen,-;e of c:'- loidal palladiu.i. The ~-!drc~eno--i~~n -ro~ucts ,,,ere zc-=atr-,~ fi,o.--, tho iriti~ll product and t:.o c.,- -Dlefincs and olef ines 10 ro,~. --' r a t e d .Accuz,~"ML: ti t',,.e quantity of d-i- dn--' tetra-bromide3,--d 1~y !--3tillation it was Card 1/3 sible to cc;nclude "he 1,ro-portional :i--,~-ntity of an~ 7 1- - ' - 2 -) / '__ 7, J ro L-e n -- t i on i n t h c P re s e r. c e o 1" C o I lo, _; 2 ~_ 1 Pa 11 ad i u L:i . I Xa t i :; n of Vinylpropyl- and Vinylbutyl-Ac,,t,,Iene diolefinco. The -31hysical constants )" the c)zonolyqi~,, a..1 condensation with ':ialei,7--acid an',..-dride '-ave infor-,-LI ion on the structuro of t!,,o olefincs ard diolef-ines reLencra'.ed with zinc from the brouides. Accardin.- to tlie nature cf tne curve which -ives the velocity pro,-,asq it can be s-en Thai. the hydrocarbons Iwo be investiCuted are almost not (lil"ferr-r- fit: --. their earlier irvcoti,~ated homolo-ues, vinyl::~ethyl- and vinyle thyl -ace tylene (see dia-ran). On the basis of the In- vesti-z-ti:)ns t was tl-,us lete=ined that in the of vinylpropyl- -and vinylbutyl-ac-Aylene in the nresQnce, colloidal palladium tl~e additi-Dn -Df t-al~es place -"-r the same manner as in vinylmethyi- and vinyleth'.-l-acctyiene i.e. at the triple bond, the further ~iydrojeznation of the developing dienes to the correspondin- ethylene hydrocarbons takin, place sinultaneously. It was round that the addit:~n of a small anount of p-chlorobenzene thiocyanate ircrez-Cc3 t!-ie selection of tqe '-.-ydro~enaticn -,)roces,--. Octadienc.-1,71; 1,2,3,4-tetrabromoheptane and tatrabromooctane viere Char-,- terized for the first time; the exact constants for ".~ejta- C a r d 3 diene-1 3 were described. '2here are 1 fi~-,ure , 2 ta J1o s. and 75-1-23167) Hydrogenation in the Presence o'L Colloidal Palladiuz. IX. Hydro.~ena--.icn of Vinylpropyl- and Vinylbutyl-Acetylene 1.-1 references, 7 of which are Slavic, ASSOCIATION: IenIngrad Techno1ogical Institute imai Leansovet (LeninGradskiy tel:hnologicheskiy institut irn. Lensoveta) SUBMITTED: January 4, 1957 AVAILABLE: Library of Con--ress Card 3/3 1. Chemistry 2. Hydrooarbons 3. Yathematical analysis USSR/Farm Animals. Cattle. Abe Jour: Ref Zhur-Bicl-, No 17, 195,3, 78728. Author : Koledcv, A.F. Inst : Alitay Kray Scientific-Research Ut4irinary Station. Title : On Periods of 1,Inting of Cows After Calving. OriB Pub: Sb - nauch. mbot. ,Iltaysk. kraysvoy n.-i. -,ret. st., 1957, vyp- 1, 192-197. Absti-act: Nc. abstract card 1/1 24 BAKULKV, A.H.; STEPANYAN, A-N-y- YEVA , R. T. Chemical, electrophoretic and chromatographic ememination of carbohydrates bound with blood aerum, proteins in cormary in- sufficiency before and after surgical interventions. Kardio- loglia 1 no.5:22--29t6l (MIRA 17W STEPANYAN, Ye. P., prof.; MMiKURIYEVA, R.V. Electrophoretic and chromatographic analysis of glyccporoteins in the blood serum of patients with defect of the mitral valve. Terap. arkh. 34 no.10.,84-89 01,62 (MIRA 17.4) 1. 1z biokhimicheksoy laboratorii ( zav. - prof. Ye.P. Stepan- yan) Instituta, serdechno-sosudistoy khirurgii ( dir. - prof. S.A. Kolesnikov) AMN SSSR; nauchnyy rukovoditell - akademik A.N. Bakulev. S/020,/62/147/005/032/032 B144/B186 AUTHORS: Stepanyan, Ye. P., Merkurlyeva, R. V., Geselevich, Ye. L. TITLE: Experimental study of metabolic acidosis in deep hypothermia PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR- Doklady, v. 147, no- 5, 19629 1250-1252 TEXT; Since narcosis with hypothermia produces often metabolic acidosis, it was important to clear up the role of hypothermia in itself. This was done by determining in heart, brain, skeletal muscles and suprarenal glands of narcotized dogs (temperature in the mediastinum 100C) the contents of lactic, pyruvic and ascorbinic acids, the glycolysis, the content of protein and its fractions, the blood viscosity, the electrolytes, the pH, and the blood sugars The tests were conducted in 3 groups: blood circulation interrugted for 30 min (I); for 60 min (II); for 30 min followed by warming to 57 C (III)- Resultc: (I) The lactic acid content dropped in heart and suprarenal glands and increased in brain and muscle. Glycolysis changed in the same sense with exception of the muscle. (II) Marked increase of lactic acid content and glycolysis in heart and brain. (III) Maxima of both levels in the brain. In the Card 1/2 S/020/62/147/005/032/072 Experimental study of metabolic ... B144/BlE36 brain aerobic glycolysis was observed also. This is explained by adaptation reactions. A blood sugar content up to 300 mg-5f) and a p1l shift toward acid values were observed with maximum cooling, both returning gradually to normal values with the restoration to normal body temperatures. The protein analysis revealed hypoproteinemia with reduc- tion of the albumins and increase of al, a 2 and p globulins. The blood viscosity was also reduced. The changes in pyruvic acid and electrolytes were insignificant. The ascorbinic acid level dropped initially in all tissues, it then increased sharply after 60 min in the suprarenal glands and in all tissue3 after warming-up to 370C. This again is attributed to adaptation. It is concluded that metabolic acidosis is not due to hypothermia proper, but to interruption of the blood circulation and to warming-up. There are 2 figures. ASSOCIATION: InstitLt serdechno-sosudistoy khirurgii Alkademii meditsinskikh nauk SSSR (Institute of Cardio-vascular Surgery of the Academy of Medical Sciences USSR) PRESENTED: May 21, 1962, by A. N. Bakulev, Academician SUBMITTED: May 21, 190 Card 2/2 HEREZOV, Yu.Ye.; ~~R P_IYEVA, R.V.; GRIGORYAN, D.G. Study of carbohydrates combined with proteins in the aortic wall in atherosclerosis. Dokl. AN S3SR 155 no.6: W,.4-1446 Ap 164. (MIRA 17!4) 1. Inatitut serdedhno-sosudistoy khirurgii AMN SSSR. Prodstavleno akademikom A.N.BW,