SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT MILYUKOV, P. M.  MILYUTIN, N. G.
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Thernochemiatry of ethylenediamine complexes of cadmium in
aqueous solution. Izv.vys.uch~b.zav.;khix.i khim.tekh. 5 no.2:
249252 162. (KMA 15:8)
1. Ivanovskly khimikotakhnologicheakiy institut, kafedra
snalitlebeskoy 1himli.
(Cadmium compounds) (Ethylenediamine) (Thermochemistry)
YEROFEYEV, N.I., kand. telJm. nauk; F.I., inzh.; L21RKOV,:Y,1Y,
E.V., inzh.; tekhmik
Prograia control of a gantry crane. Mtik,,. i tlt,prr, zi. 18
no.8.2125 Ag 164. (MIRA 17:10)
MILYUKOV, P.M.; FOIXIN(Y.1A., N.V.
Diesceiation themochemistry of n3tilotriacatle acid in
"u' on. Izv. vys. acheb. zav.r khIm. i khIm.
&r. aqueous so. v!
tekh. 8 no.1~4246 165. (MIRA 18t6)
1. Ivanovskly khlmlkot0chnologichO3kiy institut, kafedra
anallticheskcy khimii.
YEROFEIEV,, N.I., kand.tekhn.now ; MILYUKOT, P.M., tekhnik; OBREZANOV, P.I.,
inzI4; SMRKOVSKIY2 E.V.
Program nontrol, of a hoisting machine. Hekh. i avtom. proizv.
15 no,7:3337 Jl 161. (MIM 14:7)
(Hoisting machinery) (Automatic control)
ACCESSION NR: AP40441ZZ S/0118/64/000/008/0021/0025'
AUTHOR: Yerofeyev, N. I. (Candidate of technical sciences); Obrexanov, Ps L
(Engineer); Srnrkovskiy, E. V. (Engineer); Milyukov, P. M. (Technician)
TITLE: Program control of a gantry crane
SOURCE: Mekhanizatsiya i avtomatizatsiya proizvodstva, no. 8, 1964, ZI Z5
TOPIC TAGS: program control, automatic control, crane, automatic control
system
ABSTRACT: The automation of a grabbucket gantry crane used for loading
unloading a ship (or a rr car) is described. Prior to automation, the crane
operating cycle used to be 6090 sec, and the crane operator used to perform up'
to ZO,000 switching operations per 8hr shift. As a result, the crane produc
tivity used to be 15ZOlo lower than that technically feasible. 'A nagnetictape
recorded program control based on a frequencycode 'system was introduced. A
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simplified connection diagrain is presented, and the principal functions'of the
automatic control (winch and bucket operation, preliminary commands. boom
movement, slewing) are briefly explained. Orig. art. has: I figure and I table,
ASSOCIATION: Odesskiy institut inzhenerov morskogo flota (Odessa Institute of
Marine Engineers)
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MILYUKOV, S.M.
Intensify the effort to eaTe on materials. Sakh.prom. 27 no7:46 J1 153.
(XLH& 6:6)
1. Teentralinyy nauchnoloseldovatellskiy institut sakharnoy proaWshlennosti.
(Sugar machinery)
KILYMY. S. g.
Ifforts to or the production cost of sugar. Sakh.prom. 27 no.11:3236
153 (jaRA 7:1) 1
1. Mentralinyy nauchnoisaledovatellakly institut sakharnoy promy
ablennosti.
(Sugar industry)
HILYIJKOV, S.M.
Oftchange of progressive technical experience.0 ReTlived by
S.K.Killukov. Sakh.prom. 28 w.3:4647 154. (NLRA 7:9)
1. Uentralinyy nauchnoiseledovatellakly Institut eakharwy
promyshlonnosti.
(3ugar industry)
_,Jq~,M.; TIKHOMIROV, G.P.
VERTSNER, V.N.; KIND, N.Ye.;_B_TUjjQV
Blec'ron microscope investigation of the catalyzed crystallization
Of glasses Of ths 670tem U20A.1203SiO2 Dokl. AN SSSR 154 no. 3:
673674 ja 164, (MIRA 17:5)
1. Predstavleno akademikom A.A.Lebedevym.
ACC N& APS025653 SOURCE CODE: UR/0080/65/039/010/2LBS/2192
AUTHORe. K!Yukov, Ye.
ORG: none
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TITLE: Crystallization of glasses of the Li2OAI203SIO3 system
SOURCE. Zhurnal prikladnoy khWI, v. 38, no. 10, 1965, 21882192
TOPIC TAGS: silicate glass, crystallization, lithium glass, titanium dioxide
1~ qj
was studied
ABSTRACT: The crystallization of 26 Lithium aluminum silicate alasses
~with the aid of a Tesla BS242B electi;Wmicroseope. From these findings, the crys
taLlization sequence was determined In various parts of the system as a whole, the
mechanism of the catalyzing effect of titanium dioxide.during the formation of trans
pIarent glasscrystalline materials was investigated and it was.determined why such
materials can be obtaftedonly In the part of the.diagram situated in the SLO?LiZO
.*Al2O3 range or to the r4ght of it. Three groups of compositions were revealed by
the electron microscope: (1) binary lithium silicate glasses 6antaInIng froin 0 to
33.3 mol % U20, tending toward an appreciable vIaLble separation Into two glass
'phases; (2) ternary lithium aluminum silicate glasses to the left of the section S*1024
Li2O~A12O3(Li20 A1203). characterized by the absence of visual phase separation;
UDCs 666.113
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MILYUKOV, Ye*SQ inzh.
. Indefatigable worker* Pat' i put,,khoz, 7 no,1:3132 163,
(MIRA 16:3)
1. MoskovskoTaroalavokoyo otdoloniye Mookovskoy dorogi, stantsiya
bbakvslaroalavakaya.
(PAdlroadeEmployess)
GRIGORfYEV, Yu.V,; IaLYUKOV,_Yu.A.
Transistorized FPSh62 Sev converter. Avtom., telem.i ovias' 6
no.naoa N 162. (MIRA 150.1)
1. Nachallnik laboratorii signalizataii i svyaai Severnoy dorogi (for
Grigorlyev). 2. StarshLy elaktronekhanik laboratorii signalizatsii i
avyasi Severnoy dorogi (for Milyukow).
(Railroadsglectronic equipment) (Electric current converters)
VLADIMIROV, A.P., starshty nauchnyy sotrudnik, kand.tekhn.nauk; MILYUKOVA,
I.V., mladshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik .
Simplified graphanalysis determination of the number of gasoline
locomotives required for rock, gravel, and sand open pits and a
comparison of the economic efficiency of various types of gasoline
locomotives. Sbor. trud. NIIZHelezobetona no.3:91107 160.
(MIRA 15:2)
(Gasoline locomotives) (Mine haulage)
GUKOV, Gennadiy Petrovich; MILYUKOVA, G.S., nauchn. red.
[Geophysical equipment and instruments for geophysical
prospecting] Geofizicheakoe oboradovanie i pribory dlia
geologorazvedochriykh rabotj obzor inos+,rannvkh izobrete
nil. Moskvap '~TsNIIPI, 1965. 47 P. (MIRA 18:12)
ZHUMARHANOVA, T.P., mladshiy nauchnyv sotrudnik; MILYUKOVA, I.Y., mladshiy
nauchnyy sotrudnik
Separation of the oversize with a falling load. Sbor. trud.
NIIZHelezobetona no3:108117 160. (MIRA 15:Z)
(Stone, Crushed) (Sand and gravel industry)
L'2216&65:; FJPF(ii)/EWT( Ij? i) .'AFn: WIJDIJG
ACCESSION bat AP4049096 5/0075/64/019/011/1326/1331
AUTHOR:,. q~"
TlTL9. The use 6f benzenesulfinia old fory~uto!gym letermination
27
turnal anaIlticheskoy khtrall, v. 19, no. 11, 1964, 13261331
T^  uMric: acid
10 TAGSt betzenes 0 plutonium determination, quantitative analysis,
,jLutonium isolation, plutoniumbenzenesulfinate
ABSTRACT: The author studied the conditions for the quant Itative Isolation of plutonium
and some of the properties Of Pu(C6H5SO,2)4, the precipitate formed with benzenesulfinic
acid in ar acid medium (H.NO3). The plutonium content was determined by radiometry.
Thermogravimetric studies Of Pu(C6H5SO2)4 conducted between 20 and 1000 C revealed no
changes up to 75 C, but some apparent oxygen absorption and partial oxidation of SO to
SO from 76200 C. Between 400 and 560 C compounds resembling Pu(S04)2 were ?ormed;
Puk appeared at 750 C and higher. The precipitate Is soluble in concentrated HN03 and
HCI and dissociates in'Wkali. Solubility under the test conditions was 2.83 mg/lIter or
(1. 171.25) X 105 M. 'In water, the 802 group to oxidized to SO,  Quantitative Pu salt
precipitation occurred ft 0. 5 M HN03 and a 2. 5% concentration Xthe precipitant during
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AUTHOR: 11ilyukova, M. S.; 149modruk, A. A.
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UR/0186/66/008/002/o246/o248
ORG: none ILI
TITH7: Photometric determination of plutonium'(IV) n the presence of pluton
(VI) with xylenol orange i
SOURCE: Radiokhimiya, v. 8, no. 2, 1966, 246248
TOPIC TAGS: plutonium, photometric analysis
ABSTRACT: The purpose of the study was to establish the conditions for the photo
metric determination of Pu(IV) in the Dresence of large quantities of Pu(VI),using
xylenol orange. The absence of interference of Pu(VI) in the determination of Pu(IV)
with this indicator suggested a simple method for determining Fu(IV% as follows:
into a 3ml graduated test tube is introduced 0.111.1 HNO~ so that the final HNO~
concentration will be 0.1 X9, then distilled water, 0.14 ffil of a 0.001 M xylenol orange,
solution, and the aliquote of the analyzed solution (containing 1.012 Pg Pu(IV)) are i
added. The final volume of the solution is 3.00 ml. The solution obtained is used
to fill a 10mm cell, and the optical density is measured in a spectrophotomer at
560 mA relative to a solution o~ the reagent of the same concentration in 0.1 114 00~.
The Pu(IV) content of the aliquote of the analyzed solution is found from a calibra
tion curve plotted by using a standard tetravalent plutonium nitrate solution in the
1/2 UDC:
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same manner as above. The Pu(VI) content is found by determining the
content and subtracting the Pu(IV) content. The technique permits the
of Pu(IV) in solutions containing 0.25 pg Pu/ml and above in the presence
275 times as much PU(Vl) Orig. art. has: 1 figure and I table.
total PU
determination
of up to
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AUTHORs Savvin, S. B.; Milyukovs, m. s.
ORGs In.tituts of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry Imeni V. 1.
Vornadskly of the Academy of Sciences USSR, Mosew (Institut gookhimil
I analiticheskay khimll AN SSSR)
TITIZ: Arsonazo III and same of its analogs as reagents for plutonium
SOURCE: Zhurnal analltichaskoy Yxhimil, v. 21, no. 9, 1966, 10751081
TOPIC TAGSs plutoniuml, chrome dye,, organic arsenic compound, organic azo
compound
SUB CODE: 11,07
ABSTRACT: A study vas made of several biaazo dyes based on cbromotropic acid,
containing a functionalanalytical 0arsonooloxyazogroup and an o,,Q'dioYyaz0
group as reagents for tetravalent plutonium. Reagents containing an oarsonoo'
oxyazogroup react Vith plutonluu In strongly acidic media (14N 003) vith high
sensitivity (molar coefficients of extinction Of the order of 60,000  120,00O)p
but the selectivity of the reagents is not h1& (Tb# Up mid Zr Interferep as do
rare earth sad, otherelementale
Reagents containing an opoldioVasogroup react vith tetravalent plutonium In
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!less acidic media (Oal  IN w3) are less sensitive (molar coefficient of ex
Ainction is 30,000  60,,000)0 bilt are more selective (Zr, Xbp and MO interfere).
Of the reagents StUdledo the beat for deteralnetIOD OfPlUtOnlus In aqueous solutions
are arsenszo, III aM gr"assoanino1aelde Orig, art. hass 9 figures and 3 formulas.
aMs 40,3J61
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KLYUKOVA, N.N, '..:
Some controversial questions on the stratigraphy of Quaternary
sediments in the northwestern part of the West Siberian Plain.
Trudy VSEGEI 64:8796 161. (KRA 15s6)
(West Siberian PlainGeology, Stratigraphic)
MILYUKOVA, N.O., kand,ist,nauk
in the development of communist nociaty. Nauka
I abyttia 9 no, 8:14 S 1591. (MIRk 1311)
~Comwunlss)
RILTUKOVAI N.O. kand.ist.nauk
Mis world socialist system, lauka i zhyttia 10 w
F 160. (XIIUL 13:6)
(Communist countriesleonomic conditinnB)
MILYUKOVA, O.A.
Roerjenco I n calcu2,ting hydrographs of spring floods. Trudy ?SIP
no.50:5670 157. (VJRA 10:8)
(Mods) (Stream measurements)
30)
AUTHORS: Subbotin, A. I., Milyukova, 0. A. SOV/5058128/20
TITLE: On the Investigation of the Action of the Radiation TemperLture
on the Thaw in the Field and in the Wood (0b issledovanii
vliyaniya radiatsionnoy temperatury na snegotayaniye v pole
i v lesu)
PERIODICAL: Meteorologiya i gidrologiya, 1958, Nr 12, pp 3337 (USSR)
0
ABSTRACT: As is known snow melts much leas intensively in the wood, even
in birch glades, than in the fields. This was clearly confirm
ed by the comparison of water discharge (Ref 1). Also the
measuring method of the Tsentrallnyy institut prognozov (Cent7al
Institute of Forecasts) is described in reference 1. The dia
gram of water discharge in the course of 24 hours during the
years 19551958 (Fig 1) shows that the interrelation between
the discharge of water in the wood and in the field was main
tained in spite of rather different weather conditions in the
individual years. The intennity of the dincharge wan twice as
much in the field than in the wood. Temperature measurements.
carried out in an altitude of about 2 m show that the differ
ence in thawing is in no case a consequence of the air tem
Card 1/3 perature differences. The delay of thaw in the wood may be due
6n the Investigation of the Action of the Radiation SOV/5058128/20
Temperature on the Thaw in the Field and in the Wood
a~ to accumulation of cold air b) reduced sun radiation. Only
b is discussed here as being the essential reason. For
measuring the radiation conditions in the wood the authors used
a socalled bulb thermometer (Refs 26). Its design is des
cribed. This apparatus was put at the disposal by the Akademiya
meditsinskikh nauk (Academy of Medical Sciences), Institut
obshchey i kommunallnoy gigiyeny (Institute of Gdneral and
Municipal Hygiene) with the consent of M. M. Uvarov, Head of the
Planning Department. The complicated computations of the
radiation temperature can beobnsiderably simplified by using
the tables byV. V. �hib (Ref 4). Figure 2 shows the average
temperatures in the wood in the course of 24 hours. Figure 3
shows the connection between the radiation temperature (bulb
thermometer) and the data of the pyranometer by Yan18hevskiy.
From the diagram and the equation R = 0.018 t  0.16 (2) the
average total radiation can be determined from the readings of
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On the Investigation of the Action of the Radiation SOV/5056128/20
Temperature on the Thaw in the Field and in the 4ood
the bulb thermometer. From the data obtained it can be main
tained that the radiation temperature determined by the above
method obviously supplies a better characteristic of the con
ditions of thawing than the air temperature. The handling is
easy and the apparatus cannot be damaged. The use of the bulb
thermometer can be useful also for the investigation of
evaporation, especially of transpiration. There are 3 figures,
1 table, and 6 references, 3 of which are Soviet.
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kmLmvp N.A.; GABITOV, G.S. RAYMN, Ye.A.;
IMOREMUNP N.I.; NUVKIK, F.k.; PEREVAIDV, L.N.; IMONWHKIN.,
M.K.
Improvement of artificial sole leather drying techniques and
decreased'dispensing of.Tlbar in artificial leather for shoe
counterek. Prom.e (KML 1622)
(Lerg. 18 no.2&9 F 163.
ather, ArtificialDrying)
Tzq1YT1TS17TPV1iCp11 1. T".
Milyushkevich, G. F. "On carbohydrate exchanpe in narcosis caused by barbitij rates",
(Clycemia curves after the introduction of insulin, adrenal.in, and glucose in hexanal,
cyclonall and pentonal narcosis), In the collection: Mekhanizm patol. reaktsiy, Issues
1115, Leningrad, 1949, P. 87103.
SO: Uh392, 19 August 53, (Letopis tZhurnal Inykh Statey, No 21, 1940).
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L. MILYUSWMCH, G. F.
2. ussR (6oo)
4. Bums and Scalds
7 Problem of carbohydrate metabolism in patients with burns. Novosti med. no. 24, 1951. 1
9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, February 1953. Unclassified.1
VoLVIT, 'I. S.
2. USSR (600)
4. Blood
7. Early observations of hemodyname, biochemical and hem!.tological shifts in cases of
burns. Novosti med. No. 24. 1951
9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, February 1953. Unclassifted.1
USSRMWdicine Therapy, Burns Feb 55
IIS ignif icance of a HighCalorie Protein Diet in
.the Treatment of Patients Suffering From Severe
Burns, Yu. M. 9e. ter,~:G. F. 14ilyushkevich,
q
N. ~Postnikov,~ A. Ya. ShitAlgningrad Sci Res
,lust of First Aid
z Xhirurg, No 2, pp 2530
Daily observations of patients with severe
burns of large areas of. their bodies leaves
no, doubt that recovery* is largely due to the
highcalorie protein diet. Loss of protein of
2555M
the blood is very marked in Patients with severe
burns. Biochemical examination reveals that be
tween 4% and 5% of the contents of blisters is
protein. NOrmal2y, protein con'stitutes 6% to 7$
of the. whole blood. A single blood transfusion of
one liter of blood per day not sufficient to re
Plinish the daily loss of blood protein; the defi
Cit must be supplemented by proper diet rich in
protein.
255M
MILYUSHKEVICH G F GEFTER, Yu. M., FOSTNEOV, B. N. and SHIT, A. Ya.
ItRole of a higher protein diet in the treatment of patient with severe burns",
Khirurg&a,, No 2., pp 2530, 1955.
SO: TranslationM657, 27 Jul 1955.
KILTUSHnV'lCff Gave
Role of gastric fid duadenAl interoceptors in modification of oxylase
in the blood. Btulskspebtble t sod. 42 no,12:37 D 056. (KM 10:2)
19 Is otdola obohchey fistologii (say.  prof. A.T.Rikkll) Institute
skoperinentalluoy neditainy (dir.  chlenkorrespondent ANN SSSR
D.A.Diryukov) ANN SSSR.,Leningrad.
(STMACH, physiology,
off. of stimulation on blood saylase in dogs (Run))
(DUORNMO pbysiology,
Sam)
(AKTIASRS. in blood.
off. of stomach & duodenum stimulation in dogs (Rua))
DZHMOV, I.K..[Jackson, I.K.); ULLYUSHKAVICH, G.Y.
Role of the P8nCP"g in the regulation of the plasm@ protein level
and, the morphological composition of the blood [with lumsery In
Inglish]. hiolothure 43 no.9:871878 S '57t (KIRA 10:11)
1, Otdol obahchey fistologil Institute skeperimentalinoy maditsior
SSSR leningred,
NNOD FRUMINS, effect of drugs on,
pancreatic juice, in dogs (Rue
(PANCMUt.
juice, off. on blood picture & proteins in dogs (Rue))
(BLOOD CELLS, effect of drugs on,
pancreatic juice In dogs (Rua))
.4 11ZRA SOIJ, 1. H.
Therapeutic effect of the parenteral. administration of pancreatic
juice in diseases of dogs with exteriorized pancreatic ducts.
Flziol.shur.. 45 no.6:705709 Je '59. (MIRA 12:8)
1, From the department of general physiology, Institute of
Hxperimental Medicine, Leningrad.
(PARCRUS
juice, ther. eff. of parenteral admin. in
pathol. cond. of dogs with exteriorized
pancreatic duct (Bus))
I KLYUSHKEVICH9 G.F.
Scme characteristics of the secretion of amylolytic enspwo by
the parotid gland of the dog. Fiziol.slnw. 46 no,6t7O5721 Je 160.
(MIU 13:8)
I* Arm the department of general physiology# Institute of.Nxperimental
Medicinev JA .1  A0
(AWLASE) (PAROMD GIANDS)
DZHAKSON, I.M.; 14ILYUSHKEVICH, G.F.; Prinimal uohastiye. IGONIN, L.P.,
tekhni]C~
Method for the application of a chronic fistula to the pancreatic
duct in rats. Fiziol.zhur. 47 no.3:405408 Mr '61(HIR& 14;5)
1. From the Institute of Experimental Medicine,, leningrad.
(PANCREATIC DUCTSURGERY)
MILYUSMWICH, G.F.; DZHAMON, I.M.
Role of the pancreas in changes observable in components of protein
metabolism and morphological compo6ition of the blood. Fiziol.zhur.
1+7 no.8:983.,989 Ag 161. (MI RA 14: 8)
1. From K.M.Bykov's Depart~ent of General Physiology, Institute
of Experimental tWicine,, Leningrad.
(PANCREAS) (PROTEIN IETABOLISM)
I(BLOOD CELLS)
USSR/Humn and Animal Physiology  (Normal and Pathological). T7
Digestion.
Abs Jour Ref Zhur  Biol.) No 11, 1958, 50903
Author Dzhakson, I.M., Milyushkcvich, G.V.
Inst 
Title The Participation of the Pancreas in Regulating the Protein
Content of Plasm and of the Morphologic Blood Structure.
Orig Pub : Fiziul. zh. SSBR, 1957, 43, No 9, 871878
Abstract : In dogm with an efferent pancreatic (P) duct accordinG to
Pavlov, a large lose of pancreatic juice resulted in hypo
proteinamia, in loss of weidit uP to 30 percent, edema 'Jor
matim, trophical ulcers, leukocytosis, diminution of Hb,
and fina" y in death. If the secreted pancreitin juice
was daily injected into t7lic duodenum, hypoproteinemia did
not develop. When such pancreatic juice administration vas
interrupted after some tine, the animal's condition did
not become worse. This fact is apparently related to the
Card 1/1 development of some compensating mechanisms.
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11trogon conent of the ~&p of strIng been pl&nts with and without
nodules. Uch.s&p.Lea.un. 186:233240 155. (Km 9:8)
(Beans) (NitrogenPimtion) 
HILYLJT_9LU.__Q.l._
Fogs in the region of Zaparozhlye. Trudy Ukr NIGMI no.10:
5357 '59. (PIRA 13:5 )
1. Aviameteorologichookaya stantelya v Grazhdauskom vozftushnom
flote, Zaporozh'7e
(Zaporozhlye regionFog)
HILYUTENKO, V.
V are reoponsible Cw ruture aoldiers. Veco. znan. 40 no.12s
3032 D t62 (MIRL 1881)
1. MLyedu7whehiy oaktorom TSentrallnogo kaniteta Vassoyuznogo
Leninakago koffamminticheakogo soyuza molodestd.
14ILYUTEITKO , V.
Examination of readiness number one. Voen. zrAn. 42 no.l:
1011 Ja 166. (MIPJ. 19: 1)
BIZGINOV, I.P., prof assorprepodaystell. polkovnik,; VILTUGO,V.M., professor
propodavatell,policovaik.; GIRABIKOV. A.L.professorpolkovaik.
polkovnik.; LANW.A.Z., professorpropodavatell, polkovaik,;
MILTUP]MY. D.M.. Drof*ssorpropodevatell.polkovnik.; PIWORW
profs ~norprepodavatell , polkovnik.; SIZACHBY. VoI.. professor
prepodavatell. polkownik.; BOROKIN, V.N. p rofessorp repodava tall,
polkovalk,; MMOV.S.S.,profossorpropodavatell,polkovnik,; YJWOV.
B.I..profesaorpropodavatoll.polkovalk.; SHIRTAKIN.Nol.. professor
propodavatell.polkovnik.; SHXUJff 9 M.S. prof essorp repodevatel
polkovalk.; MISIMQTq N*I.,professorpropodevatell,polpolk6Vptk,;
BULATOV,A.A..profeamorpropedavatell,.podpolkovaik,; SIDOMKO.
A.A.,professorpropodmvatell,podpollrovnik.; SHKODMOVICH.N.N..
generallaytatiant, glavtWy red.; BANNINOT. N.K.. polkownik, red.;
DAVYDDTqF.K.,polkovnik, red.; UMOVOYSHEYCHINKO.,T.N,,gonerel~,amvor.
4v~iatsti. red.; SHIPWA, B.T.. polkowbik, red.; NONXOV,P.W.. polkeynik.
red4,; TOLKOVA,. VA., tskhu'.,'r6di
[Concise dictionary of operationaltactical and general military
terms] Kratkil slovarl operstilwtaktichealcUb I obahchevoenufth
slov (terminov)e Moskva. Toon. Isdvo Kvs obor. BSSR, 1958* 323 Pe
(Mw 11:11)
1. Moscow. Voyannays almdentya Iment U.T.Prunse. 2. Xrosuosvemennays.
ordano Lealue I ordeno Suvorove Iy stepent Vosumeys skedeiiye
iment K.VJrunse (for all except Shkodu~awich, Bannikov, Davydov.
Lozavoy~Sbovcheimkol Shipova, Norosov#Volkova).
(Military art and science~Dlctlonmrtes)
GRIGORIWKO, Petr Grigorlyevichp doteent, kand.voyennykh nauk. general
mayor; NMY=XKOV, Dmitrly Ketvayevich, kMnd.TOy0nU7kh R&Uk.
starwhiy usuchnyy sotrudnlkipolvoyuliF..PRMORKOT, Ivan Iguatlye
vich, kand.voysunykh nauk, polkovalk: SIDORMO. Andrey 4ftakesys
vich, kand.voyennykh nouk,_podpolkovulk; SHELANCHWO. Alsksandr
Filippoviche kand.voyonnykh nauk# starshly nauchnyy sotrudnikg
polkavaik; VMOCHKIN. P.A.. general armll, red.; NOROZOV, B.N.,
polkovalk, red.; MMIKOVA, A.M.. tekhn.red.
(Methodology of military research] Metodike voonnonouchnogo
inaledovaniia. Pod red. P.A.Kurochkina. Kookva, Voou.izdTo
Nva obor,SSSR, 1959. 266 p. (MIRA 13:3)
(Military art and science)
M,
~~ polkoynik, kand. voyennykh nauk
On problem and the order of battle of the motorized infantry
battalion during a breakthrough of prepared defense. Toen. Vent.
39 no7:2023 Jl 159. (MRA 12: 10)
(Infantry drill and~tactlcs)
MILMICHN
momw
,Wj I
Record flight of a 'flying box car." Kryl.rod. 7 Ao.5:5 Fq 156.
Omu 9: 8)
(Helicopters)
L 853IL6# Mf(
ACCESSION NR: APFW46535 S/0084/64/000/009/0022/0023
AUTHQR: Bren, S.i Novikov, A.; Mllyutichev, Ye.; Garnayev, Yu.; Grigorlyev, If
TtTLE* In sIng4e hardness
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Woz no,
TOPIC TAGSi Vranspprtatlon, aerlal freight, helicopter, helicopter load suspen
1, :6 h VM th
y el F te'rs .,en
_T we po"r S~cusses~_transportatidWov 00
ABST V: h di
CI such a
size of the lowad or other rcumstances, S. i ftq)osbility of landing or ta
off, require external suspensionof the load. It also discusses the dependenc
the lifting capacity of helicopters on the temperature and humidity of the air.
For heavy loads, the paper recommends the use of two helicopters and proposes a
method for the external suspension of the load from the helicopters. A con4jon
'.A.CCESSIOll "i AP4
5 5
p ions" The method was ments tested and found to
such trans 6ftatlon1 Pori
s
be satisfactorye The suipeos I on systion Is simple, not requiring any major altera
tions In helicopter desl4n, It also does not require any special training of the
S t
Ccrd 2/2
SEMENIDO, Ye., cloktor tekhn. nauk; VILYUTIKOV, Yu., kand. teklui. nauk;
SHCHEGOLEV, N., kand. khimicheskikh nauk; RIJNLeNKOV, A., inzh.;
SHEREICT, M., inzh.; SOZONTOV, Yu., inzh.
Allyear oil for diesel engines. Avt. tranap. 43 no4:1922
Ap 165. (MIRA 18:5)
l,aLYUTJN, A. A.
7. 52,
,LILYUTIN, A. A.  I'Spares of Continuous Func;ions.tl Sub 9 Apr
Sci Res Inst of Mechanic. ,2nd 'Ma; hEMIUC~~., Moscow Orderof Lcnin State
imeni M. V. Lomonosov. Wssertation for the Degree of Candirlate in
Phyd6omathematical Sciences).
SO: Vechernaya Moskva JanuaryDeccriber 1952
83219
16, 3 S0 L
S/039J60/051/004/001/002
C111/022
AUTHORS Kilyutin, A.A.. (Moscow)
i ution
TITLEs On A Priori Bet aat one f0 So a of Linear Elliptic
Inuations of Second Order 4
PERIODICALs
Mat*matichoskiy sbornik, 1960, Vol51, NO4, PP459474
TEXT% A priori estimations exist for the solutions of elliptic
equations in the case of 161der norms (compare (Ref.1,2)) as well as
in the case of the norm L (coripare A.I. Koshelev (Rof3)). In the
case of H61der norms th: eltimations for constant and variable
coefficients of the equations are formulated equally. In the case of
integral norms the oatinations for variable cooffi'cients axe essentially
rougher. Bore the estimations for H61der norms as well as for integral
norms are obtained from the same propertyg namely from the invariance
of the equation AU = 0 with respect to the similarity groupsand
translation groups. In this connection there arises the queation if it
is possible to find a ("right") algorithm so that,for the obtained
estimations also in the case of variable coefficients there result
more exact formulas. The present paper contains such an algorithm. The
estimations for the norms Lp are equally formulated for constant and
varLable coefficients, where the assumptions are weaker than in the other
Card 1/2
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Second Order
8 2
27
S/039 60 (051/004/001/002
cill~C~222
of Linear Elliptic Equations of
papers on this question. There are 3 theorems, e.g.s
Theorem II: Lot Abe a bounded ndimensional domain with the boundaryr.
Lot the Part rt of rbelong to an (nl)dimensional plane. On4'Ilet the
function u satisfy the equation Za 1~2u The aik have bounded
ik lazi '0' xk '
derivatives up to the order m; lot f have mth derivatives sumnable in the
power p >1. Then /P I/P
(lirj*+2u(m+2) jPdV)I *C IujPdV)
9+2f (a) I PdV 1 /P
9 where r is
8=0
For mO the continuity of the aik is
2 Soviet, I German and 1 American.
SUBMITTEDs November 23, 1958
T m+2 S (B)iPda.) 1/P+
+ r Ir u
re azo 1.
the distance of the point r r
assumed. There are 4 referoncest
Card 2/2
DUBOVITSKIY., A.Ya. (Moskva), (Moskva)
Some optimum problents.'* linear s3ra"ma. Avtom. i telem. 24 no.12:
16161625 D 063, 4~' (KW .17:
.DUMVITSKITp AoTa,; MILTUTINI A,A,
f
NxtrummOk6bw with some.2imitations. DoU.,AIUSM' 149
no.0759762 Ap 163. (X= 16:3)
1, Institut khinieboskoy fislki AN SSSR. Predstavleno skademikom
Oalmdus of variations)
L 2077066 EWP(
ACC NR: AP6012035, CODE:
"LAR/0020/64/159/005/0971/0974
AUTHOR: oroV. Yu. Milyutin, A. A.
ORG: Moscow State University im. M. V. Lomonosov (Mbskovskiy gosudarstvennyy
universitet); Institute of Chemical Physics, AN SSSR (Institut khimi.cheskoy fiziki
AN SSSR)
Sufficient conditions for a strong extremum in a class of curves with a
bounded derivative
SOURCE: AN SSSR. Doklady, v 159, no 5, 1964, 971974
TOPIC TAGS: calculus, optimal control, curve theory
ABSTRACT: ptrong extremum conditions in classical calculus of variations are
of a nonmlocal character. Here it Is shown that this is not due to the fact
~Ahat the functional is not continuous in space C(a,b), *but becaise t space
of variation:of derivatives is unbounded. In optimal control the )ompac
:control apace problems are common. Compactness enables one to g su ficient
;conditions for optimality which are only a function of the extremum, because
when the space is compact, it suffices to establish a strong minimum for
neighboring curves, where nearness is understood in the senseoE the Mathe
matical Theory of OptLmalProcasaes by POWMYAGIN, et al. Three theorems are
.proved for curves satisfying differential and variational conditions estab
lishing bounds for the Ramiltonians Which argLfunctiqPa__qjLpcordinate9 inthe
phase space. This jiaperWdsF preserifid by'Academician Lo. S. Pontryagin on 15 June
1964 Orig. art. h a: 8'formulas.
0 02, 13 MM DATE. Ujun64 ORIG REF 
% C,  t:004
~'UB
DOBOVIT`~!~IY, (Muskva); MILY13TINY A.A. (Moskva)
il
.ytremum problems in 'he case of constraint. Zhur. v..ch. =nt
1, L,
i mat. fiz. 5 no.3;395453 myje 165. (141IRA 18: ?' )
L ~Z8~765 EWT(d)/ZPF(n)2/EWP(l) Po4/Pq4/Pg4/Pu4/Pk4/P14
IJP(c) MY/BC
ACCESSION MRt AP5014754 UR/0208/65/005/003/0395/0453
5.1931/.33
AUTHORS tDubovitskiy, A, Ya. (11becow); Milyutint A. k* (Moscow)
'TITLE 'Extremudproblem. withrestrictions.
URM v~(db!sftte1,nqy matematikiA matematicheskoy fiziki,# v 5#
no, 3,
11965P 395453
'TOPIC TAGS i control
:AB%RLCT:''
The authors givea selfcontained exposition of.e. fairly general approach'
to variational problems with restrictions,, conoluding with new results on problems
'in optimal control which were not treated or only partially treated by L. S.
!Pontryagin' V. G. Boltyanskiyo R. V. Gamkrelidze, Ye. P. Mishchenko
(Matem ti~Lskaya teoriya optirlfnykh protsessov. M., Fizmatgiz, 1961). Their
methods generally consist of functional analytic generalizations from finite dimen
sional maxima and minimi under constraints. The basic technical problem concerns
ithe writing of theg9neral form of a functional from a cone adjoint to a given com,
ILCCESSIOx.IWt; 'AP5014754
probl "In conclusion. we
16oziblude brsolvingi~mmltidimensional variational.. em thank"
N. If. Moio(&evto whom the idea of writing this article is due and who dismwsed
~with us its basic aspects, We also thank G. G. Vilenskays, for her help in the pro
.cesa of writing down this work." Orig. art. has: 41 formilas and 2tables.
ASSOCIATICN: none
1suBuTTEDs o4m%v64 EMS 00 so COLES IUI
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LC,d 2/2
T, 3109165 WT(d)/jPF(02/WP(1) 'PO4/pg4/pq4/~asi/i~i4/pk4/pi4
TM,c) W/W
ACCESSION NR: APS003977 S/0103/65/026/001/0117/0131
AUTHOR: Milyutin, A. A. (Moscow) 51
TITLE: Automata with optimal expedient behavior in a stationary medium 13
SOURCE: Avtomatika i telemekhanika, v. 26, no. 1, 196S, 117131
TOPIC TAGS: automaton, automatic control, automatic control design automatic
ABSTRACT Thi* f&er4idi Giientwo iris )'Aimd
4 > '~4' (where at and d' are the probabilities of penalty imposed by the medium),
find such a P. 0 automaton that the sum of the mathematic,&I expectations of
penalty be minimum. * P and Q are assumed to be secondorder stochastic
matric ek.s, and (L, ft > 0, a', > 0. New matrices are formed:
A (aP + PQ)n, + (a'P + P'Q)ft
A' (eP + P'Q) xi + ((LP + OQ) xL
where and 1%. are the matrices determining the projection operators on the
card
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ACCF.=ON NR: APS003977
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probabilities of the automaton staying in various states are: r a Ar where
A = (cLP + 09)n, + (a'P + P'Q)xs, and r  r., rn+i.   , r2a). Relations
rmindluff vectors 'i'
sum of components of the vector in denoted by A. . The minimum of this
functional: I (P, Q) = a (4 ji, r) + a'(4 n2r) + a, (4 Atr') + a (4 x2e)
i3 sought, and a lower estimator for this functional is found. These two types of
automata with a maximum number of components are considered: (a) a single
transition automaton and (b) an automaton with a maximum number of transitions.
ormulaq characterising both are presented. * "I. V. Girsanov stated this
Oricr. art. has: 3 fligures and 108
t7
SITB&ffTTED: DSFeb64 ENCL: 00 SUB dODE: IE
NO REF SOV, 002 OTHER: 000
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ACUSSION NRt AP5004187 S/OC)20/65/160/001/0018/0021'
AMRORSi Dubovittkki L. Ya.1 Milyutint A. A.
TITLE: Secondary variations in problems on wi oixtremum with constraints
iSOOCE: AN SSSR. Dokladyj Y. 160, no. 1, 1965, 1821
TC TAGS: Oh9WhgX gQ1,ynomiall nonlinear system, linear approximation, function
'TOP
lal analysis, linear programming
ABSTRACTs The authors extended some of their earlier work with problems involving
iconatrained extrema (DARt 1491 No 4t 1963). In the earlier work a linear con
istraint approximation method was described. The extension of the problem consists
mainly of the manner of using higher order approximations. In the method described
here, each constradnt and the baoic minimization functional are analyzed independ
ently. All existing relationships are accounted for by the :Suler equation resulting
from the analysis. The problem is stated and analyzed by the linear approximation
,The variation is introduced and the corresponding Suler
seconk 9rd'q:,
he~~' on Ism ~bf V, A MaAc
+,:L 14, 66.riii6a iThoprov T (a.B* Bernstein, 3obr. soch., 2,
Izd* AN SSMI 1954, 281) is taken as an illustrative example. P is the spAce Of
nA order pol~momialsp where 1 z < +1; the problem is to determine the maximum of'
Card 1/2
the rur4~ Coll i~~Mgrl _!(XY J~; *,lore k ja aa inte 04k < n,
gar
K)( th
zkad x~ is the derivative of the polynomial f(x). The authors demonstrate
'_M
:the Euler equation for the first variation ~P_W_(V) d1t.jand for the second
ca
Pe
,variation 'rro) 07N w They prove that the
(114t) dvgx
p, + ~kw
TP, Vo PRkTo A C.) P. Or TX)
optimal polynomial is uniquely defined and represents the Chebyshev function H (X)
n
:coo n aro coo x. Orig. art. hazi 11 equations.
4WOUVIATIONt Inetitut khimioheskc7 fiziki Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of
!Chemical Physics, Academy of Soiences SSSR~
SUBMITTEDs 22.Tun64 E3CLs 00 SUB CODE: M&
MO REP SOTs 003 OTHM: 000
Card 2/2 Ar~
VILYUTI11, A. A.
Cand. Tech. Sci.
Dissertation: "Investigation in the field of technology and quality of raw
potato starch." 25 Mar 1j.9
"Aloscow Inst. of National Economy imeni
G. V. Plekhanov.
vecneryaya Moskva
Sum 71
I I 1C IL
A. A. A. Y11:TF7 N. B A*,, V CV
VFK,117 V. T. LTVKQYV'OV; D.
TekhnoloEiya KrakIrialopatochnogo Proizvodstva. (Technoloar of Starch
Sp,up Production). Moskva., Pishchepromizdat, 1950.
h23 P. Illus., Tables) Diegr,~.
At Head of Title: A. S. SipyaEin, etc.
"Literntura": p. L2G(L2l)
So: N15
72231
.z6
JULTMIN ,, A kandidat takhnichookikh nauk.
Uiation between the viscosity of stsing and the degree of heatine
of starch during Its drying. Trudy. ?SNIIUP no,2.57 1556*~
.(KUU 10: 1)
(Starch) (Slaing(lextile))
MILYTIT , .A., bwdidat takhnichaskikh nauk; KARIM, V.X., etarehiy,
,T~nauehnyy sotrudnik.
Production and uAllisstion of modified starch. Trudy TSNIIVP
no*2:19w.22 155* (Starch) (MIRA 10:1)
.j.
inziiCaer
erlv!!2:~. t ovarov i'or
(Lace and lace making) (Bleaching)
BAKANOT, U.A.; BURNAM, M.Ye.; MHKOV. B.K; VMISR. B.A.; UMOYANOV, V.I.;
MALTZHIV,A.A.; MI!Mff&jAA.; PRITYKINA. L.A., red.; XISI14. Te.I.,
takhneredo
ETechnology and control of starch and molasses production] Takhno
lqgila I tekhnokhinicheskii kontroll krukhmalopatoohnogo prolsvod
stva. Pod red. M.N.Survana. Moskva, Pishchapromisdat 1957, 402 p.
(starch) (Molasses) INLRA 1:2)
INILTUTIN A. tekhnensuk
Pf oductioll of potato starch. Trudy TSIKIMPF no3:6782 159.
(MIRA 130)
(Stproh) (Potatoon)
NILYUTM, A.A., kand.takhn.nauk
Production and uses of modified starches* Trudy TSIIIM no3:105
la 159. (NIBA 13: 9)
(Starch)
VXKMM, Boris Aleksandrovich, kand.tekhn.nauk: MAMW,_4ekt!~YArsegYQ
vich, kand.tekhn.nauk; KOM, Tanda Bdmmdovna, insh.; SIDOROTA,
Telena Xonstantinovna, )rand.tekhn.nauk; KRAVCHMMO. S.F., inzh.,
reteenzent: SOLUTSIMA, N.V., inzh., spatered.: PRITYKINA. L.A.,
red.: XISIMA. Te.l.. takhn.red.
[Control In Industrial chemistry and accounting in potato starch
and sirup production] Tekhnokhimicheskii kontrolf I uchat karto
felekrakhmalopatochnogo proizvodstva. Koskva, Pishchepromizdat.
196o. 243 p. (KIRA 13:11)
(Starch industry) (Production control)
MARKERV V.3 ;_MILYUTIN) A.A.; SINELINIKOV) I.D.; SHTIRKOVA, Ye.A.; MWUSINVA,
0.1:,, tekhn. red.
[Manufacturing starch products from potatoes] Proizvodstvo kmakhmalo
produktov iz kartofelia. By V.E.Marker i dr. Moskva, Pishcheprom
isdat,, 1961. 147P. (MIU 14: W
(Starch) (Potatoes)
air =4 poperaw ig U10
3 
f 220 mi. SiCl, under 3* to SW
W. &6H in 2 h. itb cmtinwA evacuatJOR with A
tjrp pomp ol dry ok dm~ a pal
=w faWwed by
in the mixt. lb mi3i , foUnwed by pea
maeoldryNN.sov pFt.=.jfi.5%Nwbicbwas9cpd.
20a: I RAM VA j Unusual ourit Y.
MILYUTIN, A.P. 
Frequency methods for calculating the steadystate oscillations
in a nonlinear network. glektroenergetika n0.5:3354 162.
(MIRA 15:4)
(Electric networks)
HILYUTIM, A* Pe
Us* of frequency wthods for deterainil,periodie operating
conditions. Elektroonergatika no.62153: 7 162. (MM 16W
(Blectric netvorks)
MILYUTIN, A.P., inth.
Use of frequency methods in determining selfoscillatory operating
modes. Trudy KIIT no. 272:9399 163. (MM 17:5)
TAFT, Viktor Aleksandrovich. Prinimali uchastiye: MILYUTIN, A.P.;
KARNAUKHOV, A.F~.
[Principles of the spectral theory and design of networks
with variable parameters] Osnovy spektrallnoi teorii i
raschet tsepei a peremennymi parametrami. Moskva, Nauka,
1964. 205 P. (MIRA 17:11)
KARNAUKHOVI, A.F., kand. tekhn. nauk; 14ILYIJTTN, A.P., inzh.;
TEMYAKOVAp Yu.V.
Method for determining the parameters of nonlinear electric
circuits by the given conditJons. Trudy WIT no.207:172178
165. WIWI 19:1)
4w
L 018666 EXT(l)
'ACC NR: AT6015186 SOURCE CODE: UR/Z649/66/000/221/0004/0017,
!AUTHOR: Karnaukhov, A. F. (Docent, Candidate of technical sciences);
;Milyutin. A. P. (Candidate of teciudcal sciences)
ORG: none
TITLE: Determining wave shape in nonlinear electric circuits
SOURCE: Moscow. Institut inzhenerov zheleznodorozhnojlo_transporta. Trudy,
no. 221, 1966. Voprosy elektrotekhniki i elektromekhaniki (Problems of
electrical engineering and electromechanics), 417
TOPIC TAGS: electric circuit, nonlinear circuit, frequency divider , Fou'eire
.5'FRIES P 4~ZFC)rCle Ve9'cjj0,Ck'_
ABSTRACT: The smallparameter methQd is not always applicable to nonlinear
electric circuits as their equations do not always contain a small parameter. The
harmonic balance method is applicable only to simpler electric networks. Hence,!
the authors propose a new method in which the soughtfor infinitely differentiable
function is replaced, wititin a finite time interval, by a Fourier series. The
method is applicable to complex nonlinear networks in which the characteristics
,.Card l_'/_Z
1, VV666
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of nonlinear elements are representable by highdegree polynomials; both
sustained and transient circuit conditions can be analyzed. A magnetic frequency
divider circuit was used for theoretical and experimental verification of the
method; its equations are written and currentwave shapes shown. Orig. art.
has: 3 figures and 70 formulas.
SUB CODE. 09 / SUBM DATE; none / ORIG REF: 003
!Card
V) Z1  V(
AID P  2997
Subject USSR/Electricity
Card 1/1 Pub. 29  12/28
Author : Milyutin, A. V., Eng.
Title : 'Ar!ani me he scraping of cams of jaw clutches
rang
Periodical : Energetik, 6, 1920, Je 1955
Abstract : The author describes a device which he developed at
a power station. Three drawings.
Institution : None
Submitted : No date
TAFT, V.A.; MWUTIN, I.F.

Operating modeo of a nonlinear electric network. Elektroener
getika no.7:136147 963. (KMA .16:9)
USSR/Human and Animal Ehysiology  (Normal and Pathological). T.
General Problems.
Abe Jour Rof Zhur Mole, No 7; 19A 31353
Author
Z. ~Mii
Inst : 
Title On the Nature.of Electric Exitability.
Orig Pub Tr. Tomsk ogo unta, 1956, 143, 191196
Abstract An electric current of 540 watts in tadpoles placed in a
Petri dish evoked a predominantly negative galavanotropic
reflex (movement to the cathode)* A positive effect (mo
vement to the anode) was observed during a partial repeat
experiment at low voltage or during an increase of the
voltage of the current. The predominantly positive effect
was observed after preliminary preparation of the tadpoles
with solutions of WC12, H202) of chloralhydrate, adrena
lin and others. A negative effect was noted after the ap
plication of solutions of ureal of eosin.. caffeine,
Card ~/2
2
MILYUTINj L.A.
Effect of liinous irradiation on unipolar excitability andrecovery
of the negative charge in fierves. Uch. zap.UrOU no.31:3336 159.
1 (MIRA 34: ~)
(ULTRAVIOLET FAysPHrsioLoGic&L. EFMT)
(MACTROPHYSIOL40GY)' ' . (NERVES)
MILYUTINI L.A.
One of the possible mechanisms of electric asymmetry of tissues.
Biofizika, 5 no. 5:609611 160. (MIRA 13:10)
1, Urallskiy gosudarstvannyy universitet imeni A.M. Gorikogop
Sverdlovsk*
(BLECTROPHYSIOLOGT)
BA7SENKO, A.A.;. MILY'UTIN, L.I.; PETRENKO, Ye.S.j BRUUISY M.V.
Dynamics of the seasonal height growth of larches in various regions of
Eastern Siberia. Bot.zhur. /+9 no.IltI6291632 N 164.
(MIRA 18il)
1. Institut less. i drevesiny Sibirskogo otdeleniya AN SSSR.
MILYWIN, N.G.; GUZ, A.B.
Susceptibility to tularenia of Spalax microphthalmus G63A.
and of Illoblus talpinus Pall. under experimental conditions.
Zhur.mikrobiol.epid. i Immm. 30 no3:53 Mr '59.
(NINA 12:5)
1. Is kafedry soologli pozvonochnykh zhivotnykh Kharlkovskogo
gosudarstyannogo universitets, I Miarlkovskoy oblastnoy sanitarno
epidemiolog,cheakoy stantsil.
(TULUMIA, exper.
Spalax microphthislmus & Illobius talpinus
susceptibility (Run))
MILYUTIN N,G,
Zoological characteristics and landscape ty2ification of the
natural foci of tularmia Im the UkralziarrofPsye. Zhur.
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