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TUGULEA, Andrei; MIWA, Aurel Some consider*Vlvrs on the determination of the quaBi-Btationa77 electromagnetic fields in massive conductors. Studii fiz tehn Iasi 11 no.2:265-282 160. (Electric-power plants) (Electromagnetic fields) S/196/62/000/007/002/007 E1914^435 AUTHOR: Millea, Aurel TITLE: Conductor resistance expressed'in terms of its surface current density PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Elektrotekhnika i energetika, n0-7, 1962, 8, abstract 7A37- (Bul. Inst. politehn. Bucuresti, v.22, no.4. 196o, 153-163) TEXT: Starting from fundamental equations of electrodynamics the author deduces a general expression, valid at all frequencies, for the resistance of conductors of arbitrary section as function of the total current in the conductor and of the current density at its surface. The expressions are of particularly simple form for conductors which are of symmetrical section relative to some axis in their plane. Design formula6-are derived-for calculating the resistance of conductor*'in two particular.cases: a conductor located in an infinite dielectric and'one in a duct of ferromagnetic, material. 12 literature references. Abstracter's note: [Complete~translation Card 1/1 ~~k A-ts_~pg.1 BIRJFGAp M.v fiz. Deflnition.4ftermina,tion, and pres*rwatice of the units of the principal electrical vubwo. Metrologia apl. 9 no*5:220-229 S-0 162, V.- - 4welm inge I . 01000~ - MOM 6 Ou"the 4160tric, power transfer axd propagation invWiance in transmission lines. Telecomunicatil, 5 no.3:128-129 IV646 163. KILLRA.. A., ing. A resonance method for altqornating current resistance measurement of electric conductors. Metrologia apl 10 no.1:20-23 Ja 163. MILLU, A., ing. "00 -- :,,% Proprieties and chameteriatica of Zener diodes. Metrologia ~ : I.- apl 10 no*5:21.4--222 My 163* . 4 '; i~~ -0 IMIZA, A., ing.; POPESCU, R., ing. Application of Zener diodes. Metrologia apl 10 no.9:402-411 S *-63. Aurel, ing. Alternating voltage stabilizing oircuits with nonlinear inertial resiatanes. F-lectrotahnica 11 lao.7:241,.250 Jl 9639 L Sef de laborator la Inatitutul de motrologie. MILLEA, Aurel (Bukarest) b3 It Simple alternating-carrent voltage stabilizers with regular incandescent lamps. Radiotechnika 13 no.3:119 Hr '063. I MILLEA, -Aurel A variational problem in connection with the resistance in the alternating current of conductors. Comunicarile AR 13 no-4:353- 356 Ap '63. - 1. Cowadcare prezentats, do R. Hadulet, wabra corespondent al Acadisdei R.F.R. I i. a, * HILLEA., Aurol Daybasing and digtortion of the alternatlW mwrent due to the temperature pal"tion in oonductors. Commicarile AR 13 no-4s357-367 Ap 163. 1. Commicare presentats, d* R. fisdulst,, umbra corespon*At al - Acsdsm4ei LP.R. MILLEA, A., ing. On L.9 6ptimum workin;~ C61idif.ionm of paranintrIc with Zener diodes. Antomatica electron-lea I"' no. 2:66-72 Mr-Ap MILLEA, Aurel, ingi; GRUIA, N., ing, (Bucuronti) High..sprecision installation for determining the current tranaforwarsip Electrotehnica 12 no#5tl89-196 Vq'64. 1. Head of Iaboratoryo Institute of Metrology Bucharest (for Kill6a). 2. Reaearcher, Institute of Metrology Bucharest (for Gruia). 4N 1. L 12oi-66 EEC (k) -2 'ACCESSION NR: AP505837 RU/0004/65/000/003/()081/0083 ~AUTHCR: Mille% Aurel (Candidate of technical sciencess Engineer,, Read of laborsim :tor.,()' Nicolas (Engineiri Researcher) (Bucharest) 2 ~TITLE: Precise measurement or active- in the voltage coile of alternating .'current measuring apparatus iSOURCE: Electrotchnica,, no. 3s 1965.- 81-83 :TOPIC TAGS: electric, measurements, electric measuring Instrument,, alternatifig ~cuxTentj electric engineering The authors describe the method used to measure low-power alternating. ,~current by means of a standard wattmeter and an inductive current comparator of !their designp and present the results of 'their measurements of the current irk the !voltage coils of electric meters. Orig. art. has: 3 figures and I table. ~!ACCESSIMs Institutul, Vistrologie (Institute of Metrology SUMITMD; 12ffoy(A ENCL: 00 SUB CODH#. ES GTEIERS 002 MRS PUT/ - --------- 4 8 -66 C Not A SOURCE CODES AU/OOU/65/009/003/0113/0117 AUTHORS Nilleap Ae (Engineer); scup Ro (Engineer) Pope ORGs none TITIEs Reference voltage source with Zener diodes for the substitution of Weston elements SOURCE: Autama;ica ei electronicag ve 9, no. 3, 1965, 113-3-17 Tom TAGS: zener diode, voltage divider# alternating current ABSTRACTt A description of a parametric voltage stabilizer with Zener diodes which can be fed from the regular alternating current lines and which includes a voltage divider, providing an output voltage of 1.018 volts. The possibilities for minimizing the weight and volume of the device are analyzed and experimental performance results are given. On the basis of the data presented, the authors find the device clearly preferable to Weston elements. Grig. art. has: 10 figures. (Based on authorst Dng. abst.] [JPRS: 32A821 SUB CODE: 09. / SUBM DATEt none 9 Lc' UDC: 621.317.72.osq.6: ICKHANKNESS.. E. [ZlabAnnes# E.); MILILOp A. Efficient method of incirpration of shale - kukjE-rsit-. suitable for the analynis of Its microcamponent comFonition. Izv. Ali Est. SSR. Ser. fiz.-mat, :1 tekh. nauk 14 n0.11158-162 t65. (MIRA 18:31) 1. Institut geollogii AN Estonakoy SSR. - MILIZA, A., ing.; GRUIA, N., ing. Determination of errors of the standard current transformers by the induction opmpara'or method. Metrologia apl 11 no. 6s 256-263 Je 964. WLLEA, A., ing. Problems on the definition and measurement of electric resistance in alternating current. Metrologia apl 11 no. 8: 367-372 Ag 164. MILLEAp A., ing. Problems on the definition and moamaremont of olectrio resistance in alternating current. Metrologia apl 11 no. 8s 367-372 Ag 164. VILLU, A., ing., candilat In stlinte T~-drd Sonsion of the flonference nil Measurements, Stockholm, -"),,.,4. Matrologla Apl 11 no.1:,':929-530 r, 164~ IOKHPIMS, E. [Johannes, E.1; MIU211., A. Group concentration of nome trace elements by a mixtire of cadmium sulfide and carbamate in the chemical-spectral analysis of shale,,kukernite. Izv. AN Est. SSR. Ser.-mat. I tekh.nauk 24 no.2t297-303 165. (MA :L9:1) 1. Institut geologii All Eatonskoy SSR. Submitted December 24, 1964, e'v 7 I,i!v Owdloof for dookoorminir4 fisiti Subur. M, I I A 11. %timtkin 11ruillond Terhow4ol."My'll ' 'rah. 16, 'nsr snjplr Oll -list iota.) 1, ss)-finw,l in is wrimW s6- I Iloulb fitted with a aLm Alr~mlvtl ctmOrtowt C.41 cots, It-tig) -7 locating at W 414111" 6*23 tuln.,4f oh,musit 48. A,,wy~lpmi Owoslol I", sit,,h, 1,,r a,,v rho., .1111,01o, pir-sit C. %I Wye *$I 00 00 sea 00 06 0* ApI 0 oc 00 00000*0000006 Og O"C11641 4.0 peeptelitl INDIA 4if lul 0-7 6v soft, vae 0 ice A. ...... .00 lee .400 . . . . . . . . .. see too 'A 0 W"-w 14A i vivo an AIN a 6 0. 1 L a 911IM46"MOA Ufmvm CLS"Pad"Im 00 46690411604*660 too #ljAlTdw -saw is, 0 I IN in Of W JJA AaW, A.M.; LIBINA, P.I.; HILLIR. A.De; HUSAKIN. A.P. . ftmmP.-P ~-'- ", Calcination of ultramarine charges. Zhur. Prikl&d. Khim. 24, 1317-21 '51; J. Appl.Zhow. (U.S.S.R.) 24. 1463-8 151 [Ignal. translation], (KLRA 4:11) (CA 47 no.18:9627 133) MILLER, A. D. "The Potentiometric Analysis of Sulfide, Thiosulfide, Thiosulfate, Sulfite and Mixtures." Cand Chem 3ci, Lenin[;rad Technoloj~ical Inat baciii Loninirad Council, Lenin- Lgrad, 1954. (ZAvLab, Apr 55) SO: Sum. 110. 70h, 2 Nov 55 - Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR HiGher Educational Institutions (16). etl"A Im Dow an U10 ocurva"m samel= (cf. C.A. 36 2M) Out the pH the tftra -- Oitb B, of the subL ghhaW as t;,m 0l so, The eMule la pH ratfits km the QdwrVtim P=tb*MBg*.90t!!t. of S04-- betom tha eaWv_.ooiat and Is an e=ess of wocip4am. The P- , , i ~- I ', /-, / , KIT.T:mg, A.D.; DANXIOV. T.Ta. Ult dissesination halos of rare-mtal pegmatites on Kol& Pbuinoml& [with suamry In ftlishl. GookhImIla AN $SIR no,6:529-537 057. (KM llt2) 1, Zapadnyy geofIzIcheekly treat. (Ruv wwth "tale) (Kola, Peninsula) SOV/137-59- I -Z094 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Metallurgiya, 1959, Nr 1, p 274 (USSR) AUTHORS: Aleskovskiy, V. B., Miller, A. D., Sergeyev, Ye. A. TJTLE: Concentration and Determination of Traces of Silver, Copper, Lead, Zinc (and Nickel) in Natural Waters f Kont sent ri rovaniye i opredele- niye sledov serebra, media svintsa, tsinka (i nikelya) v prirodnykh vodakh) PERIODICAL: Tr . Komis - po analit . khimii AN SSSR, 1958, Vol 8 (11), pp 217- 226 ABSTRACT: The authors propose the use of "sinking- particles" method, which is convenient in field work, instead of the ion-exchange column. The completeness of extraction of microcomponents depends upon the size of the resin particles, the amount of resin used, and the concen- tration of cations. The best extraction of Cu2+ at a concentration of 80 -y /liter is attained with 10 grams of resin of 100- 150 It particle size. The joint extraction of Cu, Zn, and Pb from solutions produced gr,od results. Fe did not impede the determination. The second method for concentrating Cu, Zn, Pb, and Ag consists. of: copreci Oita - Card 1 /2 tion with CaCO3. Methods for the determination are described. SOV/137-59-1-2094 Concentration and Deterr.-iination of Traces of Silver, Copper, Lead, Zinc iconr . ) Minimum amounts determined by concentration from I liter of water by either method are (in -y /liter): Ag 10, Cu 5- 10, Pb 5- 10, Zn 5-10. P. K. Card 2/2 -5(2) kUT HORS t Miller, A. D., Libina, R. I. SOT/75-13-6-6/21 TITLEs Determination of Micro-Quantities of Copper, Lead and Zinc in Natural Water and Soil Extracts (K voprosu, ob op---Ddelenii mikrokolichestv medi, evintsa i tsinka v prirodnykh vadakh i vytyazhkrAkh iz pochv) PERIODICALs Zhurnal analiticheskoy khimiif 1956, Vol 13, Nr 6, pp 664-667 (USSR) ABSTRACTs In the method of separation and determination of copper, lead and zinc by means of dithizon potassium cyanide is used for masking Cu and Zn in the determination of lead (Refs 1,2). The toxicity of KCN, however, is a great disadvantage in applying this method to fields. Furthermore KON yields insufficient results of lead determination. Two procedures for the separation and subsequent determination of Cu, Pb and Zn without using potassium cyanide have already been devised. In the first method copper is oxtracted from hydrochloric solution by dithizon, or the sum of the dithizonates of all three elements is extracted from weakly ammoniacal solution in the presence of ammonium oitrate, and Pb and Zn are re- Card 1/4 extracted afterwards by 0.01 - 0.02 n HC1. In both cases Determination of Micro-Quantities of Copper, Lead SOV/75-13-6-8/21 and Zino in Natural Water and Soil Extracts copper is determined on the basis of the mixed coloring in the organic extract. The aqueous layer is turned ammoniacal, and Fb and Zn are extracted as dithizonates. The authors of the present paper found that lead can be re-extracted from the extract by means of an aqueous thiosulfate solution, if p,,(,j6) is sufficiently low. The aqueous extract is turned ammoniacal,lead is extracted by a solution of dithizon in CGI and zinc which has remained in -the organic layer, is .4 . determined by comparison with standard solutions or re- extracted and titrated with dithizon. The second well-known procedure is based on the different stability of the solutions of.diethyl dithiocarbamates of Cu, Pb and Zn in CC1 4 against hydrochloric acid. In acid aqueous so]-ations diethyl dithio- carbamic acid is rapidly destroyed (Ref 4). The carbamates of heavy metals, on the other hand, are not so easily destroyed by acids after extraction with carbon tetrachloride (Refs 5,6). Therefore, the authors decided to separate copper, lead and Card 2/4 zinc by re-extraction with hydrochloric acid of different con- Determination of Micro-Quantities of Copper) Lead SOV/75-1 -1-6-8/21 and Zino in Natural Water and Soil Extracts centration. Zinc carbamate is quantitatively extracted by 0.1 n H01, whereas lead carbamate is not influenced by this. It is destroyed by the action of I n HC1 (completely by the action of 3 n HCI). Copper carbamate is not destroyed evan by treatment with 6 n HC1. In the re-extraction En and Pb can be determined by dithizon. A method for the quantitative separation of lead from a mixture of the dithizonates of Zn and Pb (after normal separation of copper) was devised. It is based.on theItreatment with thiosulfate at Pdo5-5 - 6.0. The re-extracted lead is titrated'with dithizon at PR-j8-5- A method for the separate determination of Cu, Pb and Zn was devised as well. The diethyl dithiocarbamates of zinc and lead are therein re-extracted with HG1-of different concentra- tions and afterwards titrated with dithizon. This separation yields good zesultsi in very low amounts of Fb (2-41')f however, by far too high values for Pb are obtained at the expense of Zn traces. The performance of both methods is described in detail in the paper. No cyanide is used in either Card 3/4 method, which are suited for geochemical work in fields. Determination of Micro-Quantitiee of Copper, Lead SOY/75-13-6-8/2t and Zinc in Natural Water and Soil Extracts There are 2 tables and 7 references, 4 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATIOffs Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut matodiki i tekhniki razvedki (All Union Scientific Research Institute for Methods and Technique of Prospecting) Leningradekiy tekhnologicheskiy Institut imeni Leneoveta (Leningrad Technological Institute imeni Lensovet) SUBMITTED: January 8, 1957 Card 4/4 ALESKOVSKIY, V.B.; LIBINA, R.I.; MILLER, A.D. Determination of microquantities of lead and copper in solutions after preliminary concentration by means of an ion exchange column. Trudy LTI no.48.-5-11 158. (MIRA 15:4) (Lead--Analysis) (Copper--Analysis) (Ion exchange) ALESKOVSKIY, V.B.; DOBYCHIN, S.L.; KEDRINSKIY, I.A.; - Eft, A.U.; MIKHRIEVA, A.I.; MOKIIOV, A.A.; NAZAROVA, Z.N. Determination of trace elements in natural waters after a pre- liminary concentration by the method of:"sinking particles." Trudy LTI no.48:12-21 158. (MMA 15:4) (Trace elements) (Water, Underground) BARDINg V.V.; ALESKOVSKIY, V.B.; MILLER, A.D. Molybdenum and molybdenum oxide electrodes. Trudy LTI no.48: 83-89 '586 (Electrodes, Molybdenum) (MIRA 15.4) TYUTINA, N.A.; ALESKOVSKIY, V.B.; -- KILLER, A-.D.------- Methods of concentrating niobium ions in natural waters. Trudy LTI no.48:101-108 '58. (14IRA 151:4) (Niobium--Analysis) Nater, Underground) .0 MITI R, A.D.; LIBINA, R.I.; NAZAROVA, Z.N. Determination of micrograms of lead, copper, and silver in natural waters afttr concentration by the nethod of coprecipitation urith calcium carbonate. Trudy LTI no.48:109-118 '58. (MIRA 15:4) (Metals--Analysiz~) (Water, Underground) D]IGTTARINKO. A.P.; LIBINA, R.L;.,$11=,A.D. Concentration by coprecipitation with sulfides and the determi- nation of trace amounts of Cu, Zn. Pb, Co, Hg, Ag, V. W, and No, an applied to the analysis of natural watem 29:264-272 059. (KMA 13:5) 1. LanIngradekly tekhnologichaskiy inatitut Ins Lensoveta, Kafedra analiticbeskoy MIMI. (Trace elements) (Water--Analysis) MILLIR, A.D. -. ARMVICH, M. I. Dithizone method of determining low concentrations of cyanides. Zav.lab, no.4:426-420 160. (M2A UtO 1. ToesoyuzWy nauchno-issladovatelinkiy i proyelctiVy institut makhanichookoy obrabotki polezDykh IskDpaysVkh i TsesoyuzWy nauchno-iosledovatellskiy, institut metodiki i tekhniki razvedki. (Cyanides) (D-Ithizone) SOKOLOV, I.Yu.; AYDINIYAN, N.Kh.; BELMOVA, V-N.; BRODSKIY, A.A.9 starshiy naucbW sotrudnik; GIZBOVICHy T.A*; DAU4ATOVA, T.V.1 KOKAROVA, A.I.; KOMAROVA, Z.T.; K0FILQVAy M.Me; KUDM 9 K.M.; LIBINA, R.Io; LOGnMA9 L.G.; MARGOLIMp L,S.j MARKOVA, Aj,; MWVZDZV, YU*Lo; IEELLM t A.D TAt Te.P.; NECHAYEVA, A.Ae; OZIROVA, N.V.; _qj MULIKOVSKA PAIN19K.-r.M.; PMOPAVWVSKAYAt L.A.; POPOVAO T.P.; RZZKIKOV, A.A.; M(WZVt Te.A.; SJffKINAq OX; SMANOVv P.A,j SUVOROVAq Ye.G* [deceasedi; SMWGINAt Yu.Pe; FANGVAq A.I,, red,izd-va; IVANOVAs A.G.0, (yatUdological handbook on the determination of microcomponents in natural waters during prospecting for ore deposits] Metodicbeskoe rukovodstvo po opredeleniiu mikrokomponentaw v prirodjVkh Todakb pri poiskakh rudWkh mestorozMenii. Moskvat Gos.nauchno-tAkbno izd-vo lit-ry po geol. i okhrane nedr, 1961. 287 p, jKMA 14:7) 1. TaeooyuzzWy nauebno-issledovatell eddy institut gidrogeologii i inzbenernoy geologii (for Sokolov, Brodskiyo, Glebovich, Ozerovap Xudry&-4seva, Loginovaq Markova, Medvedev, Belekhaval, Palkina, (Con+,i=ed on next card) SOKOLOVP loYu.-(continued) Card 2. Popovat Petropavlavskaya). 2. Institirt geologii rudnykh mesto- rosMeniy petrografiij mineralogii I geokbimli AN SSSR (for Aydinlyan;o 3. Voesoyuzmyy nauebur.-d's"sledovatel'skiy institut metodiki i tekbnilri razvedki (for MilIerv Sergeyevp Margolin). 4e Vaesoyuzz" nauchuo-issledovateVskiy geologicbeskiy institut (for Hulikovskajap Reznikov). 5. Vsesoyuzuyy naucbno-iseledova- tellskiy institut minerallnogo syrOya (for Romarovas, A.). (Prospecting-Geopbysical. metbods) (Watery Underground-Amlysis) LIBINA, R.I.; NOWLIN, SERGEYEV, Ye.A. Method for analyzing natural waters and water extracts with extraction concentration of diethyldithiocarbamate microelements. Trudy VITR no-3:317-337 161. (MIRA 15:7) (Waterp Underground--Analysis) (Trace elements) (Carbamic acid) 4 ~ MILLER, A.D.; M3KHOV, A.A.; TURYLEVA, L.V. Matbod of determining microquantities of molybdenum in a superInk.- posed salt halo. Gookbinils, no.7:63LO-615 161. (MMA 14:6) I* Vessoyusnyy nauchno-inaledovatellskiy inatitat metodikX I tekbniki raxveW,, Severo-sapeAnoys goologichookolcupravlonlye, Lenlngrade (Hplybdamn ores) M1111R9 A.D.; Sttny,*~Rq L.A. ____ Determination of microamounts of Iodine Ir natdrA-1 water' by a catalytic Method. Zhur. anal. khtm. 19 noO;371- 376 Mr'63. ( K-1 F f, -_- ';',, 1; 11 1. Vaesoyuznyf nauchno-issledcvatel 'ski y inatitut m~torflxf i tekhniki razvedki, 1.--ningrqd. MILLER, A.D.; ROMAROVA, Z.V, Methods of the highly sensitive determinatInn of Wi- ylUubj In natural waters and sin experiment in field eampllry,,, Uldrckti.m. m.t. 36:!65-.168 164. (WRI 18:3-1) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy inatitut matod'k-' i tekhniki razvedki, i~bcratoriya khimicheakikh metodnv analiza, LenJngrad. SuLnitted May 260 1961. SUMER, L.A.; MTLLER, A.D. Detemination of microquantities of iodine in silicate rocks by a kinetic mothod. Zhur. anal, khim. 20 no.lt92-97 165. (MIRA 180) 1. Veenoyuznyy nauchno-Issledovatellukly inatitut metodikl i 4t takhniki raivedkip Leningrad, -0 NEWUR-AWASK Fight for prominence In competition. Neft.khos.33 [I-e-341 no-9:65-" 8156, (xw 9:10) I.Kaot*r pervogo, uchastka prowyels, no.6:n~f#,*prwWslowog* uprxwl~WLya TUYE#kswwft 1. (Bashkiria--Oil f Ields) ,V , A.F. (g.Vorkata); YOTGALI, D.I. (g.TbrImt&) 1~~ Laying pipes In water-supply networks of city blocks side by side with hosting condults* Tod.1 man.takh. no.6:33-34 is NO.' (KM 13:6) tvAer-supply eqgineerl~gLow temperature) TIV W 0 4~ 4L- 4k, t t e ~i It 14 IS 14 P if A At I I a #A it I 0* 00 s 11spstimmseft on farce+4rall iwdWag W dk baslam A. 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L. %IA"SKV 00 .00 &0 coo 00 0* a** Zee zoo N00 *41 - 00 t 00 1 %00 I VA It a em o - i w o T I as AJ 13 1 a I 0 40 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00000 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 WO a 0 0 0 o 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 o 0 0 710 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 41 0 0 0 0. MILUM, A. . I I "boom" 1MOM of lov-carbom cast Iron In electric r3sliltance furnaces, stall 15 29.2:91-w Ja 155. (Km 8:5) (Cost Iron) (22setric furnaces) Category s USVIJR/Solid State Fhysics - Structural Cryetellogrephy E-3 Abe Jour : Ref Zhur - Fizike, No 3, 1957, No 6552 Author i Finalcorp Z.G.p Orokhvo, 0 -Miller, A.I* Inst t Institute of Crystellogre;&": hy Ace-a-ciny of Sciences, USSR Title : Electron Diffroction Investigation of Alloys of Bi and Sb and of Cortnin Oxides of thopo Elements. Orig Pub : Kristallogrefiyo, 1956, 1, No 2, 239-24o Abstract i Ln electron diffrection investigation of thin layers of Bi and Sb, obtained simultaneously by condensation of vppors in vacuum at temperatures ranging from room temperature to approximately 1000, has diticlosod an identical structure, cor- responding to Sb or Bi with a lattice poriod'a continually varying from 4.53 * 0.01 (Bi) to 4.29 * 0.01 T, rnd a period a varying 11.88* 0.02 to 11.24 1 0.02 A. The films obtained on celluloid consisted of minuto orystrls with a base plane parallel to the bralcing, end e disorderly azimuthal arrrngo-- mont. Films on NcCl, prrticulvrly aftor nnnoaling, displey in addition an ezimuthpl orientation. Annealing of specimens of all compositions rt 2000 for 15 hours does not change the Card A 1/2 ................ - ------------------------------------------ MILLER. A.. referent. Simultaneous desulfurization and deoxidation of steel (From: "Stahl and Risen' no. 2. 1955). Stall 16 no.1:83-84 '56. (KLRA 9:5) (Steel--Metallurgy) KRAHAROV, Abram Davidovich; KILLER. A.1., red.; INBZW. A.L. red. Ixd-va,* IBLNNTITNVAO P.G., [Producing @tool In electric furnaces] Proizvodetya stall v olekto- pechakh. Moskva. Goo. sauchme-takhm. Ixd-vo lit-ry pa chermi I tevetual metallurgil. 1958. 439 I's (KIRA 12:1) (Electric furnaces) (Steel) - BOTGROM. KlkhALLI KIMYIOY' Olef AlsksandrovIch, MTRMTMOT, Aleksandr IredorovIch; NIUU7W, 11kolay Al9fteyevIch; RIMN, Aleks&ndr TOV9rafoVIch; OMS, Kikh&il Toremyervichi Z3M. Viktor Savellyevich; GO=, L.K., red.; MUS, O.G.. tekhn. red. Chrrom selballura of capitalist countries] Chernals, metallurgils. ko,pit&llst labs skM stran. Pt,*3. [steel sueltIO91' ft&lepl&vIl'noe prolsvodstyo. BbIchenkc, &S., and others. Moskva. 0o@. nauchno- tekhn, Isd-vo lit-ry po chernol I tavetnot metallurgii. 1458. 740 p. (KIRA 11:7) 1 Moscow, f3butrallay nauchao-Issladovatel'skly Instituft chernoy ;;tallurdl. (Steel-KOUllura) MILLER, A.I.;. SHIBAYEV, Yu.L. - a- Electromagnetic device for measuring the thickness of layers of bimetallic products. Zav. lab. 30 no.91lI39-1141 164. 1 (MIRA 18:3) MILLIR, Allh. WOPOPI- Using mchinery in mking largg-capacity acetaulator Jars. Stek* I ker. 17 no.l2s26-17 D 060. (MIRA 13:11) (Storage batteries) PIMPORTv I.A.; MILUM.. A.V. lktapnic a4lvlty of Antiparticles. Probl.kom.bio2. 21!19-369 162o (POSITIRONS-PHYSIOLOGICAL EMCT) ()URA L s4) (VARIATIUg'(BIOLOG.Y)) 'k., pro- BUMNA, X.I., (Voronezh); G4DLIIMUG. I* __ ii-,saveftwhah ty. Rols, if the amwal sechaniss in the treatment of traumatic and hemorrhagic shocks. Arkh.pat. 15 no.2:34-38 Mr-Ap '53, (KLRA 6:5) 1. Kafedra, patologichoskoy fisiologii Voroasshakego moditsinskogo institnta. (Shock) 1-a-LUM, A. V. USSR/Nuclear Physics - Cosmic Radiation Aug 48 Nuclear Physics - Radiation, Corpuscular "Cosmic Ray Showers Which Occur in Thick Lead Plates," L. N. Korablev, A. L. Lyubimov, A. V. Miller, Phys Inst imeni P. N. Lebedev, Acad Sci USSTI, 3pp I'Dok Ak Nauk SSSRII Vol LXI, No 4 Iterim report on 1947 Pamir expedition. Data indicate that the "local penetrating showers,' studied by many authorities with counters, are the penetrating part of more comDlicated ItSpecial" showers. Submitted 9 Jun 48 PA 11/49T91 EILLE-R, .'-. V. Millor, A. V. IlInvestigatPn of the polarizations of neutrons by the reaction D (d, n) He--.ii Acad -A USM. Inst of Chemical Physics. Mloscmr, 1956 (Dissertation for the degree of Gandidate in Physicomathemati- cal Science) J~nizhnaVa letorlst No. 25, 1956. Moscmi , ,0 -, W- -A & A, , // - - v - IZ-VINTOV,'Y. Y., A. V., MIAX'SHEV, V. N. ,----.'.-I "Measuretoent of Polarization of (D +T) I'l-eutrons at % = 1800 "V USSR Acad. Sci. and Inst. of Chemical Physics paper submitted at the A,U Conf. on I'luclear Reactions in "edium and Low 'energy Physics, Moscow, 19-27 Nov 57. A. V. MILLER V. N. SHAMSHEV and 1. 1. LEVIDITOV "A Nev Method of Measurement of Neutron Polarization end n-He4 Phase Analysis,," Nuelear Physics (Amsterdam), 3., No. 2, p. 221, 1957 Inst. Chemical Physis, AS USSR English translation A-. Ve MMM, I. I. LEVIIMVp E. Z, TARUMDV and V. M. SHAMSEMV ("Dependence of (D+D) Neutron Polarization on Deuteron Erergy,~P Nuclear Physics Amterdsm), 3, ND. 2p P-237,1957 Inst. Chemical Physics, AS USSR English translation ~ H-tt-1 A-. V, , AUTHOR LMVINTOV I.I., MILLER A.V., SHAMSHEY V.N. PA - 2672 TITLE A now method for measurement of neutron polarization and phase analysis of n - He4. (Novyy metod izmereniya polarisataii neytronov srednykh energiy i fasovoy analiz rasseyaniya n-He4. Russian.) PERIODICAL Zhurnal Eksperim, i Teoret~ Fiziki 1957, Vol 32, Nr 2, pp 274 - 283 (USSR). Received:5/1957 Reviewed: 6/1957 ABSTRACT The measuring method mentioned in the title has an efficiency of - 1 in the energy domain of I - 20 MeVsnd practioally no background of a counter. As an intermediary result it rendered a precise description of the phase analysis of scattering n - He4 and the measuring of the polarization of (OD-D)- neutrons for thick and thin targets within the energy domain Ed - 400 - 1800 keV possible. As scatt,ering material He4 was used by the authors in their analyzer. Polarization properties of this nucleus are disouesed in detail. Thin proportionality oounters filled with helium served as measuring devices. 9n (D+D) served as a source of the polarized The re&** , noutronso Measuring of the azimuthal as-ymmetEX of the scattering n-He4. The measuring device is discussed on the basis of a sketch. CARD 1/2 PA - 2672 A new method for measurement of neutron polarization and phase analysis of n - He4. Thick and thin zirconium targets saturated with deuterium were used for measuring. The precise description of the phase analysis of n-He4 scattering. Only two points of the most doubtful phase 6 were investigated by the authors on the assumption that Ue remaining phases 6 and 6* are sufficiently accurately known. 0 1 6- were investigated at neutron energies of 2,45 and 394 XeV- The energy E - 394 MeV: The asymmetry of scattering was measured for 7 angles of rotation T. of the counters and measuring results are.shown together in a table. The energy 2,45 MeV: 6- . By comparing the experimental asymmetry on the occasion 1 of the scattering of neutrons with known polarization. 6- was 1 compared with the computed asymmetry for different values of the phase 6- . Results found here confirm J.D. SEAGRAVES measuring of the phase 6- at E w 2,61 XeV. 1 n (9 illustrations and I table.) ASSOCIATION: not given. ..,PRUENTED BY: - tbWTTED: 1- 10- 1956. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress. CARD 2/2 " , ~i-, (Z-) 6, U - AUTHOR LEVINTOV I.I., Y_ILLEL", TARUMOV E.Z., SHAMSHEV V.N., PA - 2693 TITLE The Dopendainao of the Polarization of (D*D)-Neutrons on the Energy of Deuterons. (Zavisimost' polyarisataii (D+D)-neytronov ot anergii daytonov -Russian) PERIODICAL Zhurnal Eksperim. i Teoret,Fizikj 1957, Vol 32, Nr 2, pp 375-376 (USSR) Received 5/1957 Reviewed 6/1957 ABSTRACT A method described by I.I.L*vintoy et al., Zhurn*ksp. i teor. fis, Vol 32 Nr 2, 274 (1957) facilitates the measuring of the polarization of (D+D) neutrons in dependence oRdbuteron energy. The authors had at their dis- posal the acceleration tube of the Institute for Chemical Physics of tke 4sademy of Science of the USSR., which furnishes douttross with a maxi- mum @*orgy of l8oo keV. Polarization was measured on a thin and on a thick zirconium target. The situation of the rotation center of the counters and the values of the apertures of the 5 chansels of the discriminator a- rt given. The values of asymmetry measured by means of the thick target are shown together in a table. Tke maximum polarization of (D+D) neutrons computed from th*se data is demonstrated in a diagram. The results thus found are to be regarded as "yield" of tke polarization. This "yield" of the polarization of (D+D)-noutrons (at an angle of0a - 490 in the labora- tory system) at first (about from Ed-O to 0,9 MeV) increases coRsiderab- ly and later only slightly. For the second series of measurements a thin zirconium target ( l5o k*V ) was used. In the case of a long duration of bombarding of the target with D-ions a renewed distribution of tke deu- Card 1/2 terium. layor takes place and the thickness of the target changes. There- The Dependence of the Polarization of (D+D)-Noutrons on PA - 2693 the Energy of Deuterons. fore, the thin targets wore exchanged after operation of from 2o to 30 hours. A further table contains the her* measured values of asymmetry and a cbagraw illustrates the herefrom computed values of Pm&x for(D+D)-noutron. Tko results found here, in spit4 of a very different method of measure- ments, agree with the results obtained by R.W. MEIER at Alo, Helv.Phy3. Acta, 27, 577 (1954). Polarizatiou of the (D+D)-zaoutroxs UP to Ed-1,8 MOV therefore depends monotonously on the deuteron energy. ( 2 ill. and 2 tables) 0 ASSOCIATION Institute for Chemical Physics of the Academy of Science of the USSR PRESENTED BY SUBMITTED L19-1956 AVAILABLE Library of Congress Card 2/2 ' r"'..34 -4 - 5-113/60 AUTHORS: Levintov, I. I.. Miller, A. V. --Shamshe-,, V. N. ~ TITLE. ization of (D+T)-,Neutrons at a The Measuring Cf lre-`Polar Deuteron Energy of 18oo kev (Izmerenlye polyarizatsil (D+T)-neytTonov pri energii deytronov 16oo keV) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheskoy fizik-1, 1958, Vol. 34. Nr 4:~ PP. 1030 - 1032 (USSR) ABSTRACT: nj He 4 at a deuteron energy of E d = 107 keV The reaction T (d passes the level /2 of the nucleus 1195 formed by deuterone. , For this reason the neutrons obtained at thi8 energy can 2 MeV already a noticeable amount not be polarized. At E d (about. 50 ~) of higher abates is obtained. The explanation of the polarization degree of the neutrons produced in this very important reaf;tion would be of interest. The polariza.- tion of the (D + T) neutrons was measured according to an earlier described method (Ref 1), In which a thin tantalum target saturated with he-litim was used, the target being ccolable to a large extent; thus 'rhe ion current could be increased to Card 1/3 6o mioroamperes. The control test consisted in turning the 56-34-4-53/6o The Measuring of the Polarization of (D+T).Neutrons at a Deuteron Energy of 18co keV counters in a direction vertical to the impinging neutron current. Also the possibility of the of~currence of a para- sitary asymmetry was chenked and it was found that the count-, ing velocities in both positions of the counters coincide up to c,5 ~. The results obtained for the azimuthal asymmetry of scattering in various angles of emission of the neutrons from the rarget are shown. in a table: it holds that 4n_*45 67,5 90 112,5 135 P (%) 7+ 3 12+ 3 10+ 3 2 +- 3 0 � 5 With increasing energy of the deuterons polarization will increase as well. The determination of the degree of polari.. zation of the neutrons with a neutron energy of about 6 MeV, where the existence of a resonance is assumed, would be of especial interest. At present the author measures the polari- zation 5 zhe neutrons originating from the reaction D(T,n)He , for greater deuteron energies. There are I table and 3 references, 2 of which are Sovidt. Card 2/3 56-34-4 53''16-, The Measuring of the Polarization of (D+T)-.Neutrong at a Deuteron Energy of 18oo keV ASSOCIATION: Ak-ademiya r-auk SSSR (AS USSR) SUBMITTED: January 18, 1958 1. Card 3/3 Hi T-L Eil 2A .YA . "Autcma"'ic Stmping cf St-otor ;nd H-tor Lzirainall, Vest. Electro-prom, 1-10. 5, 191:18, Engr, St.-Ate Planning Inst. Ell-c. Power Pl;wts, -C19111~- )',.L--LZR, A.Ya., inzhener; BAYIC-b'-iH, I..Ye.. inzh*ner. Pachining the frovivior )f induction motors of n sl.l*en&rd gorles on urrouped machine tool.c. Vert cleLtroprom. 27 no.9:4-L-44 --. i6. GiprVen*rgoprom. (31ectrie mitchinery Industry) (Machine tools) SOV/110-58-12-2/22 AUTHOR: Miller, A.Ya., Engineer ITIE: The Principal Ways of Increasing Productivity in large Series and Mass Production of Induction Motors (0snovnyye puti povysheniya proizvoclitellnosti v krupnoseriynom i massovom proizvodstye asinkh onnykh elektrodvigateley) PERICIDIOAL:Vestnik ElekFropromyshlennosti, 1958, Nr 12, pp 8-12(USSR) ABSTRACT: Although induction motors of outputs up to 100 MW are made on a very large scale attempts to organise mass production were not very successful until a standardised series of motors was designed. When a standard series of induction motors had been developed to cover the range of 0.6 to 100 kW and mass product4-on had been arranged the labour costs were greatly reduced. However, there is still far too much manual work in the manufacture of electric motors as will be seen from the manpower-.content data of different kLnds of motor, given in Table 1. This table shows that the value of work carried out on' automatic lines and special machines is at present only 6?01 of the total labour cost even for certain mass-produced motors and for otber types of motors it is as low as 2.2%. Card 1/4 Most of the work is done on general-purpose equipment or SOV/110-58-12-2/22 The Principal Ways of Increasing Produ.-V' ity in large Series and MeLss zvoduetion of Induction Motors I by hand. Different methods of increasing productivity in the manufacture of motors are then considered. Foundries should be provided with watomatio moulding and casting lines. Such nathods are now being used in Czechoslovakia. Automatic presses have been developed for production of stator and rotor stampings and these should be much more widely used; moxeover,, new types of presses have recently been developed. At- present*, steel is supplied in sheets and cut. into strips which are awkward to handle in automatic machines; the steel should be supplied in rcils. Carbide press-tools should be developed. At present, shafts are cut.. from the solid but it is difficult, -ro produ-e 'them fast enou6h for a production line and the method is wasteful of material. It is recomm nded to try instead the use of seam-welded tubes made up from strip. Arrangements should be made to - machine stators on automatic lines; some of the problems that arise are briefly discussed., At present, stator Card 2/4 windings absorb a great deal of manual work. It is SOV/110-58-12-2/22 The Principal Ways of Increasing Productivity in Large Series and Mass Production of Induction Motors recommended to make much greater use of special automatic winding-machines such as are now being developed. Motors are impregnated with bituminous and water-emulsion7varnishes, which require long drying cycles and, therefore, very long conveyors; by changing over to appropriate synthetic vamishes the productfon time can be greatly shortened. Testing should also :)e done on conveyors; suitable types have been designed. The casting of rotors can be further mechanised. Most of the recomm nded processes would be profitable if a single works produces upwards of 150,000 motors of a single size per annum, in frame sizes 3 to 5; 100,000 in frame size 6; 70,000 in frame size 7; 409000 in frame size 8 or 20,000 in frame size 9. Table 2 shows the expected labour content of electric motors if the new methods of manufacture are used. Comparing this with Table 1, it will be seen that the laboux content can be cut by a factor of 4 and the work carried out on automatic and special equipment can be Card 3/4 raised from 4-6% to 75-80%. In designing the new SOV/110-58-12-2/22 The Principal Ways of Increasing Productivity in Ixa--gp- Series and Mass Production of Induction Motors standard series of motors, provision should be made for modern methods of manufacture. A great deal of work remains to be done on the design of automatic manufacturing machinery. There are 2 tables. SUBMITTED: 12th July 191;8 Card 4/4 OSTACHOWICZ, Mieczyslaw; jgLLER, Brunorl; BURAU, Jadw:J4a; BOGACKI, Edward Observations on electrocardiographic changes in surgery of strabi=us. 13in. oczna 32 no.4s345-350 162.- 1. Z Oddzialu Okulietycznego w Oliwie,Ordynatort dr med. M.Ostachowicz. (STRABISMUS) (ELFGTROUMIOGRAPHY) GRODNEV, 1. 1. and MILLER, B. F. Kabeli Sviaei (Electric Supply Line Cables), 480 p., Moscow and Leningrad, 1950. # I -j-b --p 0 0 - 0 -0 4 w v 04i m Ma r x oil goals 119011441 Qum 9. ML 140clial 460 peopety'll mate L. MWw. Mix" lod. 42, Is-cbs'u. S. matl,wtkpl 004 00 "Noo it Mv 909 AV em, me, ;0 so, q 0 'o 9, m 0" all 0 1 *Is* -0 0, 0. moo '-doo 600 go* moo ,,Of Noe 604 too MILLER, B. N., -rnj,. Cand. Toch. Sel. Dissertation: "Investigation of Certain Hydraulic 14ethods for 14echanization of Plants in the Fishing Industr-j." Moscow 11--ligher Technical Education institution cf t-e Industry imeni A. I. Mikoyan, 31 Jan 47. SO: Vechernyaya Yogkva, Jan, 19477 (Pro.ject #17836) MII-i-Kk, B. N. 34057 MIT-LER, B. N. I '.L-.-;R-TIIIY.:,V, A. V. -- Puti razvitiye sovetskoy rybovromyshlennov Gidromekhanizataii. kioz-vo, 1949, No.11, s. 6-9 SO: Knizhuaya, Lotopial, Vol- 7, 1955 1. MILLER, B. N. 2. USSR (600) 4. Pumping Machiner7 7. New research on the operation of fish pumps. Ryb. khoz. 29, No. 4, 1953. 9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, April -1953, Uncl. TMMBTIYBV, Aleksey Vasillyevich; Mj_U&-I3oris likolayevich; CHWULIN, Nikolay Filippovien; rAVWV, Meties0rOVIMINT; CWWSHOT. I.G., retsensent; DORKWO, T.T., NDOtsredairtor; WZIXIIFA, T.S., rodaktor; TAROT, B.M., takhnicheskiy redaktor [Hydraulic machinery in the fish industry] Gidraylichaskata mkbsni- zatsila v rybnot promyshlennosti. 12d. 2-oe, perer. t dop. Moskva. Pishchepromizdat. 1956. 299 p. (KM 10:1) (Fisheries) (Hydraulic aschinery) KILIM, S.,kand. tekha. neuk Package method of processing piece goods in the port of Copenhagen. Nor. f lot 18 no. 6:28 J* 058. . (KIRA 11:7) (Copenbogen-Harbors) (Copenhagen-Looding and unloading) KIIJ t_Boria_Xjkolaywiq4hj_ OAMp S.S.p spetsrede; LANDAp N.Ge. red,j la - IE tel FORMINA, Ye.A.p te iT. iod. (Mechanization of fish processing on ships] Mokhanizataiia ob- 8110 rabotki ryby us audakh., Moskva# Vass. nauchno-issl. in-t mor k 0 ryboogo, khoz. i okmanograflit 1960. 51 P. (MIRA 3-4:101 (Fishery products-Preservation) MUM. Boris likoloyevich; KWTAN. Vladimir Kikhaylovich; KAN.A.T., spots red.; 1TWTICH, V.A.. red.; YOMLINA, Ye.A., fKaphanization of loading and unloading operations In the open sea] Nskhan12atSi18 peregrusochnykh rabot v otki7ton more. Ko- ekwa. Inuohno-takhn. ob-vo pishchavoi promyshl.. 1961. 34 PO (KIRA 14:5) (Fish processign plants) (Loading and unloading-lquipment, and supplies) /V i t I- ,~ ,,,I/) . ~,~ . BELIKIVICH, Y.Te., inzh.; MIIJM, D.S. High-production automatic presses. MAshinostroitell no.lo:,A.3-14 0 '57. (MIRA 10:11) (Punching machinery) I I MILIER D 5 1 --! ~-6 ~"* - ~ Metal-cutting shears. Mashinostroitelf noo7:37 J1 162. (MIRA 15:7) (Shears (Machine tools)) INVACHIT, Vasilly Andreyerich; Mi vrAd, nestovich; FAlffIff, A.T.. , wmd Er professor. doktor tekhiffidffresi inauk. redaktor; XZLEWA, B.S., redaktorl ZRASWA, A.K., tekhnicheskiy r9daMor [Manual an roduction norms for shipbuildtW and shiprepair work In the urvyj Spravochnik po takhnicheskomu normirovanilu sudostroitell- zWkh I sudoronontzWkh rabot na morskou flote. Pod red* A.V.Pbmkina. Moskva. lzd-ro "Norskol transport," 1955. 450 P. (Kicrofilml (MLRA 8:2) (ShIpbuilding) MILLER, E. E. and LEVACIIEV., V. A. "Technical Norms for Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Operations in +-he Maxitime Fleet," 140scow~ 1255 Selected items translated - Translation No. 550, 16 may 56 KILUR, "_ kandidat takhnichaskikh nauk; QALITSOT.A.D., redaktor; - 3 IS, K.B., Inshaner, reteensent; TAKHIAMOV. 1.A., retmenzent; SWK1191N, T.K.. retsensent; FABFJMWO. X.T.. redaktorl MATYMYA. TeJes tekhatcheakiy radektor [Setting technical norms in machine building] Tekhnicheakoe nondro- vanis v mobinostroanii. Pod red* A.D.Galfteova. Moskva, Gas. asuchno-takha. izd-vo mahinostroit. lit-ry. 1957. 363 p. (KIM 10:4) (Mbehinery Industry-Production standards) HILLEM Bdmmd Brue,stovich; UNROMAN. Alskmandr Ivanovich: FATKIN. Petr D.P.. prof., retsenzent; STRELOT. P.A.. ekonomimt, retmenzent; XOT, G.Ta.. dotsent, red.; SALTANSKIT. A.A., red.izd-ve: CHEMVA. Z.L. DOBRI%M, R.I.,, (11conomic structure, organization, and planning of a machinery plant] Akonomike, organizataiis i planirovanie mashinostroitall- nogo predpr1latlia. Ixd.2.. dop. I Ispr. Moskva. Gom.nauchno- takhn.isd-vo mashinostroit.lit-ry, 1959. 374 P. (MIRA 12:12) (Machinery industry) IGORTANOV, Aleksey Petrovich; NIKIFOROV, S.Y., retsenzent; KMISR. 3.S.. dotsent, red.; GALIKAN, D.Ta., red.; TIKHAJOV, A.Ya., (Time standards for boiler work; based on experience obtained at plants] Normativy vremeni na kotellnys raboty; iz opyta sayodov. Koskva, Gos.nauohno-tekhn.1zd-vo mashinostrolt.lit-ry, 1960. 275 p. (MIRA 13:6) (Boilers) ALEKWDROV, Mikhail Vasillyevich, kand. ekonom. naukq dots.; MILIER, Edmund Ernestovich,_ kamd. tekhn. nauk, dots.; VOVK, A.G., sj);~ts. YIy=VX, -A.N., red.; BOBrIEVA, L.V.., red,; PONOMAMA, A.A.., tekbn. red. [Planning of continuous production processes) Planirovanie potochnogo proizvodetva. Moskvaq Izd-vo Ekon.lit-ryp 1961. 178 pe (MMA 14'.11) (Factory managerRnt) MILLER, Edmund Ernestovich (The setting of technical standards in the fishing industry] Tekhnicheskoe normirovanie v rybnoi pro- myshlennosti. Moskva, Pishchepromizdat, 1961. 256 p. (MIRA 16:11) (Fishery products) LOMAMOVV F.M.;'MILLER, E.E., kand. tekhn. nauk, retsensent; KATS, G.B., kand. tek1ff-.-ftuk,, red.; DEMKIN, N.F., takhn. red. (Production and organization structure of machinery plants) Prolsvadstvennala i orgwdzataionnaia struktura mashino- stroiteltnykh predpriiatii. Moskva, Mashgis 1962. 97 P. NIRA 16:3) (Machinery industry--Management) MILLER, Edmund, doe., kandydat nauk, inz., (Moskwa) Utilization of compound diagrams for operative and plawAng production calculations. Econ org pracy 13 no.3:125 -lZ7 162.