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FRID14kN, Ya.B., prof., doktnr tokhn.Tiauk; IAOROZOV, Ye.M.. kand.telchn. nauk r --- Calculating mechanical properties of bimetals. Yauch.dnkl.v7s. shkoly: mashA prib. no.1:1~?-Ih3 ' 58. (MIRA 12:1) 1. Predstavleno kafedroy "SODrotivleni3re materialov" Hoskovskogo inzhenerno-fizichoskogo instituta. I (Laminated metals) ,%CROZOV. Ye.M.. kand.tekhn.nauk; FRM-LkN, Ya.B., doktor tnkhn.nauk - Palculatinp, the 1)ri~tln-breakdovr resistance of a disk stretched In all diroctionn. 1Taur1n.dnkl.v79.shkoly: mash.i prib. no.2: "'9-12 '58. (MIRA 12.'10) 1. ProdstRvlonf) kaffidroy "Soprotivlnnlyn naterialov" Moskovs'koro 1nzbevo%rnn-fizichps1cogo instituta. (Strength of materials) FRIDHA,N. Ta.b.; MOROZOV, Ta.M. Approximate-evaluatlem of concintrated stresses in comocite specimone. Nauch.dnkl.v-,-s.ohknT7; mash.l prib. nn.4:r?,2-F,5 I f. ,9. (MIRA 12:5) 1. Statlya predstav-lena Monkovskim lnzhonerno-flzichoqkim Institutnm. (Strains ai.1 stresses) MOROZOV. Ye.14., kand.tekhn.nauk Choice of the thickness of the liardened la7er of engine piston rings. Trakt. i sellkliozmash. no.5:45-47 M7 '58. (MIRA 11:6) (Piston rings) j02 - /6- ' ~27 2 2 1 A _j 61'1'1 1,:orozov, Y e t e C) f C C,_~ TI-1-j-.ol: On tl~t~ est 4 m-, io n of -2- i.. I r,(-- t i 1 0 e C n j k i r, I,-- v L:3 t i y a vSr3h _'~:il uci!qhnykh z;tv,2~eniy. L:: n stroyeniye, no. 1j, -960, 5'~ - 61 -L'X-: The articLe 4orms an at on ~_n,_` Ytic,,! let, n 'ion of + s ~_ r e s :; e S t e s~ C. C 0 4 ..-Ln-,! ; in s aL3.-i med to two r~X,2s of s:!7=e-~ry , _niso- t.-,,--,ic coe'--ic-ents of 1;nuar e x -a r s as e -,n a a n'! a 'ic !.:() itil L iLlld D, 1 1 .-rains are Jeformed tot-ether, oil-dnt- to exp,-.nsion, urd' ti~,_.refore, 4 nor,-ra-l and tanEent stresses are ,-roduce,.~. The lr.~ent-t.;r,!. _I-rain bo-,~ndf_='es results in s.,lift of elementuary volumes alor_,.-_ '11--]-se li- ni~;s. --ne deviation of crain bc),.,n-- ry S frr~,% -* tp 4 ni ~ :,,,7 '.-'r)n i~- L-iver. by C,~,~r-i 1/3 o2 3 r o 22.. 10 r 9 of for 'vir. .,ic.-?nt n 14 IA -30 d by ~r.~Vlo!Z.-.1y by ..2 an' :- J). 'fo evaluate the aut"J"r ii . ,-er of llpl::"~,rature cyt, I,- -'rid, I-Iii,i,3, ri f 'ht-. second orlr~,r urior to ti,,~ Of cr,,~C~S 4~; K (Y _ ,,)n fE, tiu pi;..jtic zi:x,%.,, per ono t -,,tion a. tnt., e f o I --I of sperimen. "i. rau*L(-Ir ',tekej t_ i-s ar. ,L,,b-*- t-, r- tu- e 4 1, no _S 4 vi' c. - + W, C 1, C"aCl . . Ce fur.,~:e~ e n u n _m ,D -r d 2/3 n.K r --re arc. s ar-, d m r) r-ji 9 .9owev r ELn er rill a W L r. C T e r S 31M 1 TF D . MOROZCV,--YeaM.p kand.takhn.nauk Approximate calculation of thermal plastic atresses Izvevys*uoheb*zav.j mashinostr. no.g:U-18 161 ~141RA in a pipe. 1-4:12) 1. Moakovskiy inzhenerno-fizicheakiy institut. kIThermal stresses) 6' /,) 1 C/,~o o/c. 0 -1 /0 - ks 1,1TEOR3 I Friimhr. . Ya. Z,- SoDoloy, N. D. , Borisov, S. V. To,7-.Y-,v .7 Kono~ snko , 7 ro-ov , Yo. M. Saa-:5va. 0 v , h, Snorr, 5. J'. TITL!Ci Soizu pr,)olocs of thermal atren6th In reactor cunatzi;ctlan PE.iIODICAL, Atommaya on,,rgiya, Y. 1-0, no. ~, lt~6i, 6G6 - 6!9 7 SX~ I Tn'd llia Of Of tliGrMal Eilrvn,~,h inc:.Ui,~G two zyp~B of frac*-.r4l ti,o jr,!ua, (a-uccrtical~ fracturi as c--,5a-,U(,nCu o~ an eitrume d~f,)rmatior, or o' a j"reat of aracka 1 i:*C-~-aized truc?2; ca-uiv3 d.A m.nlfuGLa,.-or5 Of *.n-,:;o :,Ucturoa are tn a I j o f t !c ~, r c a t ro n gtn. on -.I-. ae 3,1C;0 -.I,. ',y;;j Of frac.uro maj be brought tj four Of s' zjc*l&r.Ice..' Or L".o.-ma. sho~:k stresioal 2 , brief 6LLLt Ic loula for tc zr.~,nutuj or nour:;; - , :;-~a' ',:~ loada for soma montlia or years; 4 , P.-j'-UntG glumplea lln the variatior of elalt' a and pii c3nd, tions !,-. a ti'--o , a:-.~ a fictitioue o'jaStlo tonalon !a ohovn A 'darzod 1 Ino' , vhl~e the forms of mechanical Lo arl.u Iln tra p' abtl~; zone Card -./X~ -G Ozza th rz., u t an! "~..rn" in ,,rc-O", U--.~.Our as a rf a', r- )i ~a:c,.at,,n,~ *.:,,u croup1r.. .:).-OCUa3 thd a of crac-P th.)ury that tr~orc to a ,~nticna~ uutwQan tnj rat.) of roap v, , the r) j.'. ,h. tarapjcatura T, thd I me T ftni '...a pla3tle d4fon)atior. P. num""Y' H u ru, T' P. The -VI an a - a r z, r r a a a' .1 L~S~.,Or, tra frac'.t;re ajpuara '.r(sady aftor !V-10~ cyc:fj 7 5 lak.4-,, 10 -IG cyclo- ta ap?.ar. A af*.~-,.~.a,--ai frL-tur, IQ tn4 Iaza', doforz~,,tlon In zonos EL r Lu=~urataro diffor6ncQ allao in hozQ,,:unuous ftaldu a' 2* T 1~ f, a .,a--; to tmi appaLr;,nno of hiCh I I ~Tzblo 1 tno-zall e~-.ockti Lri% tempcratarfs ~Iuzp giving r1ae to u briltls) frLct"Iro Mal Card 2/Xi )71.0 so=. pro,-.10=3 of Strenrt- 3-50 k-C-1 '-0 o3t!=Utd! by an eq*.;'.'I~~'-.. ~f In t'-e ~ract'--O' ts the creeD c-aracter rn. .i of 7n-n'e:--a- m-~:hanlca' and nonstealy are strated in F4g. t c-~rv,.3 o' varlat lon of 'sca'~ 4NiO or,- cycll~: t')Z~erature tno t--.] r=a' an! oln.3 tic efo r-.at4 on A a o t 0 c 0 ztn 5 3 C D e --9 ', -e 3: CFa:*F~Ct-2~-L3.!1 C~)nCvTn-~! 15 o ns n c s '. z' a'- n increased te=-'e~-aturea, in of a :~-~-Ply zt:--s ara of' a thermLL. ori~7'.n a:.d 'oa! tD of bt:-'jc".ura'- olemrjn6.!~ In *.',.o hot zones, w'.tnout., h~reve:', ca--3~r.K~ broaKdown. The m'crommec'-a-lc- a: properties w.3re c- -ockel n t7;o ways. The principlo of the se':on~~ is illustl-atod in Fig. 15, whl~e tllne raoult8 of the former - for static olong,attons and at 1403 - 15COoC in vacuum or in a controlled- atmosphere, are prosonted in Fig. 12. :n -ip,. 13, 1 denotes the aamplo a cross sect' on of 2 or =m' at Is placed in a groove milled out from block 2. The prossure is yioldef! by staz:;) 3 =ado of tungsten briquettes 4. The resulting breakdorn is Indicated over co-ntact 7. There are 13 figures, 5 tables, and 59 reforencest 27 Soviet-bloc and 12 non-Soviet- 11'oc. The three most recent references to Englisb-languago publications Card 55me Prob"emi of c - rer,A as --o' Ion at 'bract-. r i York , 71. ny an Cor. r n'-- 0 r7 ',a 'k rav or ty p th. 2: 5 19- Ot .. ar'~. 17 no - 2 C a'. J. Inst. Meta'-,, ~:ay 7 -.:) ISoptom"Or 19 1960 ------------- Lc,and to Fif,. 1, Di3trIlTation of the pla3tic zone in a thick- walled tube with various to,-.,-,Draturo Jumps: r - radius of an arbitrary point; a - imner radius C a rd 415~\ ~-i 1116TWZOV, Ye.M. ; FRIDMA1.1, Ya.B. Trajectories of cracks of brittle fracture as geocetic iir,~~,s cn 1 11 the surface of bodies. Dokl. ~N SSSR 139 no.l:F7-90 Jl 161. (XIRA 14:'~') 1. Predotavleno akademikom G.V. Kurdyumovyni. (Strairw and stresses) (,,"lasticity) e5, 0-;j 85 te Ae 44/:JC,2/r) 15/026 'n io- of YLL :j. t:.e r h t '-,,-or- tion. pne V, j ! f the n e t r i c In t"lis If tne f 0 The 10 pmen t Grac", dovel r ~L,:: :.cide:~ --,kith a geodetic 6 'aces 'orm during 2--~-y2 y'3 dx 0 Y) 2T rx L f r I If 1 9 ~--9 Zhurn ,ec e.-. f, L::-. 3 V .,ca ;e'-.ician AP4038521 S/002o/64/156/003/0537/05110 yo, ~1,; Folaky Ya' in f3olido I I IC tjd(~'; 0 cruck P171 7 - 13 Cil C "'L a -1 Li t s U:~,a 'D L 065~-,,-67 L )/F,, ACC NR, AP6029856 SOURCE CODE: UR/0032/66/032/008/0977/0984 ~ALTI'HOR: Morozov, Ye. M. Fridman, Ya. B. i,)RG: Moscow Engineering-Physics Institute (Moskovskiy inzhenerno-fizicheskiy institut), t!T'~E: Crack analysis as a method of determining fracture characteristics SOURCE: Zavodskayd laboratoriya, v. 32, no. 8, 1966, 977-9811 TOPIC TAGS: material fracture, elasticity tneory, crack propagation, thermodynamic ana- iys.-*Ls, variational calculus, approximation method A i3 S TRA C-1 :The variational principle of crack anaiysis based on rLialiratilive experiment- I ai and analytical techniques was used to study causes of fracture. Mechanical and ther- modynamic methods were employed in determining crack trajec.tories and their mode of propagation. The functional E - L,js was related to both equilibrium, (6E 0) and nonequilibrium cracks 8 F d f0. vihcre E is the difference between the energy absorbed J Y dS and supplied F dS to either type of crack. Since cracks form in zones of maximum energy absorption (stress UDC: 620.17 Card-1/2 I. 065~3-67 ACC NRi AP6029856 concentrators), different stress concentrating states were analyzed. Eleven conditions ar,~! given whereby cracks terminate or propagate along preferred plaries or d1rections. The fracture toughness (KC) was related to an experimental modulus of cohesion CK). ,,odifications of the Griffith theor-j were made in order to include the effect of a,, the largest value of stress occurring at the ends of a crack. Approximate variational methods of determining crack trajectories are Vven and experimentally confirmed on samples with a circular stress concentration.- Another approximate technique, the meth- od of cross sections, was used to analyze ellipsoidal notches of various lengths lying at different angles to the principal stress direction. The calculated critical stress, given as a function of crack angle, showed the largest deviation frm exact values at .lower angles (below 300). This method was also applied to the case of two adjacent el- lipsoidal notches, and the dependence of the cc--'culated critical stress on the ratio a/Z was presented for crack propagation on both ends of the cracks. Here, a was the distance between the cracks and I was the crack length. Orig. art. has: 5 figures f :19 formulas. suB com: suBm DATr,: none/ ORIG REF: 011/ OTH REF: 004 Card 2/2 T_ MOROZOV, Ye.M., iazh. Interchangeable equipment for the M-151 excavator for digf-;ing trenchas in frnz~in ground. Strci.i ior.ma3hinostr. 4 no.12:9 D i-59. (MIRA 13:3) (Excavating macbinery-Fiquipment and supplies) IZMM, I., kand.telch.nauk; KGROZOV, Te.H., inzho; 'ITKOVSKAYA. T.T., inzh. Interchangeable equipment for ETU-353 excavators for digging canals with trapezoidal sections. Stroi. i dor. mashLuostr- 5 no.8:14-16 Ag 16o. (MIRA 1-3:8) (Excavating machinery-Equipment and supplies) Aob,.',( for 4cr'.,:'L- ro.- :14-16 l6a. 14 (EXC aV~ t 4 n '.-;r. r -y) ,L (Frc -- cn .-r- ".,C' , A.A. k "AVIEL "Y ~ A' I'L - C 7. A, Chain and '-Uck(- 4 rei;,- 2--:c:,vatc.-: e; n- E, t ra r, Le Lv w. o i-.- . o. kv rench i..--t:in; q-t-.',th ary-'- the. t4riAtijid:,: liv OMS Jit -~Ehd :k -,id .-d e-cons ert ':as ,C'. toms a' u ts e- r SOSINISKIY, K)11,70110 Y#-.N. Occurrence of negative a,,~sorption In a portion of a lo--,-_-er- 4 spektr. 18 no . - X- '~5- broadened line. Cpt. 3:510 512 - It ) . ~I --A --R: r, -_ 'Ili "buzWob SOURCE CODE: UR/0051/65/019[00470_6_3W6_G35 AUTHOR: Sosinskiv, M. L.; Morozov, Ye. N. ORG_ none TITLE: Luminescence and absorption associated with the lower terms of cobaltous and nickelous ions in ZnS single crystals SOURCE: Optika I spektroskopiya, v. 19, no. 4, 1965, 634-635 TOPIC TAGS: zinc sulfide, cobalt, nickel, luminescence spectrum, absorption spectrum, spectralline ABSTRACT: ZnS-Co and ZnS-Ni single crystals of the wurtzite modification with an activator content of 0.5 to 0. 005% (in the initial mixture) were grown by the Bridgman meth( and their absorption and luminescence spectra were measured at 10, 20, and 77K (Zns-Co) and 4.2K (ZnS-Ni). Fig. I shows a schematic absorption spectrum associated with the excitation of the lower term of N12+ ion in Znq. The spectrum contains three narrow bands with frequencies of 4386, 4374, and 4277 em . and several broad bands which may be due to electronic-vibrational transitions. No luminescence of N12+ could be observed in ZnS. The position of the terms to described by the crystal field theory for reasonable values of th field strength Dq and Racah parameters B and C. The theoretical schemes of the two lower terms of configurations d7 (Co) and d8 (Ni), allowing for spin-orbital interaction, are given. The number of lines observed in the absorption spectrum corresponds to the number Card UDC: 535.370 ACC NRt AP5025306 Fig. 1. Absorption spectrum of ZnS-Ni crystal at T4.2K. A,jiAiF r, I fa a /I 1, I-VI /A 1) ~jl 1.18 Z14 A "Wo expected from this scheme (if it is assumed that the broader bands in the spectra of ZnS-Ni crystals are associated with the appearance of phonons). However, no definite comparison between the observed spectral intervals and the structure of the terms 3T2 could be made for Nj2+ ion and 4T2 for C02+ ion. Authors express their thanks to M. B. Yepifanov for assistance in the construction of the measuring apparatus. Orig. a7r-R-as- 3 figures. SUB CODE: 20 / SUBM DATE: 16Dec64 / ORIG REW: 005 / OTH REF: 003 -'~~2 / 2 1 ACC-NR, ~p6o36964 C,5-,Ar) SOURCE CODEs di[0181/66/0-08'/01-1/32-36-/32-40, A71'HORC Alferov, Zh. I.; Garbuzov, D. Z.; Morozov, Ye. P. ORG3 Physicotechnical Institute im. A. F. loffe, kN SSSR, Laningrad (Fiziko-tekhni- chaskiy Institut AN SSSR) TITLEt Effect of heat treatment on the photoluminesconce of gallium arsenide SOURCEI Fizika tvordogo tola, v. 8, no. 11, 1966, 3236-3240 TOPIC TAGSS gal-lium arsenide, photoluminesconce, recombination radiation ABSTRACT: The effect of heat treatment of n-typo and cadmium-doped p-type gallium arsenide on its photoluminescence spectra was studied. The samples were heated for 3 hr at 270, 370, 450, 520, 580, 710 and 8801C, and the spectra were recorded at 77 and 300*K. It was found that the position and intensity of the longwave bands of re- combination radiation are determined by the con(iitions of heat treatment of the crys- tal. When the latter Is heated in quartz ampoulo3 above 70011C, the fraction of radi- ative recombination decreases sharply, and the entire radiation falls w-ithin the nar- row band of 1.35 ev. Radiation in this band is due to the recombination of excess carriers ac--oss one of the acceptor levels of copper. Heat treatment at lower tem- Deratures (450-6000C) causes a strong luminescence in the 1.2B-1-30 eV range and a displacement of the 0.96 eV band in the initial material to an energy of 1.01 eV. These changes are attributed to the introduction of lattice defects during heating in L C.,d 1/2 ACC NRi AP6036964 the presence of copper. In conclusion, authors are grateful to V. M. Tuchkovich and D. N. Nasledov for their constant interest and attention to this work, A. N. Yermakova,' for assistance in the experiments, and D. N. Tretlyakov for a number of useful sugges-I tions. Orig. art. hast 4 figures. SUB CODES 20/ suBm ans 09Apr,66/ ORIG REFS 004/ OTH REFS 007 2/2 MOROZOV, Ye. V. - "A Study of the llectrode Processes Durir~-, the Electrolysis of Moncyanite Solutions of Zinc and Nickel." Cand T.9ch Sci, Moscow Order of Ien!n Chemico- technological Inst iment D. 1. Hendeleyev 27 Oct 54. (TM, 13 Oct 90 Survery of Scientific and Technic,~Ll DiFi3ertati-me Defended at USSR Higher Educational Institutions (10) SO: Sim. No. 481. 5 May 55 /Vj 0 J-j 6 L Cl V, )14-. 1/, IZGARYSHEV, N.A.; KUDRYAVTSEV, N.T.; KOROZOV, Yej. 1. Production of shiny nickel deposition from ammonium electrolytes. Dokl. AN SM 96 no.1:14)-144' Ky 154. (KLRA 7:5) 1. Chlen-korreapondent Ak-ademli nauk SSSR (for Izgaryshev). (Electroplating) MOROZQV2___jx~A.; RYBINSKIY, D.A. New carburetor of the "Volga" automobile. -.v-t.prom. 27 no.lC: 9-3.1 0 161. (MIRA 14:10) 1. Gorlkovskiy avtozavod. (n'utGmobiles--Engines-Carburetors ,i RYBINSKIY, Dmitriy Alekseyevich; kl-OE9-ZOVI Yur4 Al!j~r~q* GUTKII, Samuil Grigortyevich; KONEV, B.F., inzh., retsenzent; STROKINA, T.I., red.; WAROVA, A.F., tek-hn. red. [Caburetors of the GAZ engines] Karbiuratory dvigatelei GAZ. Moskva, Mashgiz, 1962. 254 p. (MIRA 15:7) (Automobiles-Engines-Carburetors) PXKHOV, I.S., inzh.; MOROZOV, Tu.A., inzh. Interference caused by an inductive signal 'In consolidated networks. Avtom. telem. i aviaz' 3 no.8:29-30 Ag '59. (MIU 13:2) 1.11auchno-issladovatellskaya laboratoriya Novosibirskogo elaktrotakhnichaskogo instituta svyazi (for Morozov). (Coaxial cables) (Electric transformers) SAVYIN, M.M.; MOROZOV, Yu.A. Investigations into the causes and nature of electrical troubles in contact networks in mi-nes. Trudy Inst. gor. dela Sib. otd. I AN SSSR no.3:240-251 160. OMI'LA 14:4) (Electricity in mining) MOTIOZOV, Tu.A. lweBtigating high-frequency interference in contact and power nntworka of minpa. Izv. Si b. o tj A)j SSSR no. . : 42-50 16 'j. (MIRA 13:7) 1. Novosibirskiy elektrotekhnichei3kiy institut svyazi i Institut gornogo dela 6i'-Arskogo otdeleniya AX SSSR. (Electricity in mininr,) (Remote control) MOROZOV, Yu. A. Cand Tech Sci - ( diss ) ".-,tuly of e' ectrical di sturib.-nces ~ r' -,; r'- .; 4V tact networks of mines." Moscow, 1961. 18 pp; (Inst off MirAn ' Affairs imeni A. A. Skochinskiy); 2(,,0 copies; price not given; (KL, 10-61 sup, 216) I-IGROZOV, Yu.A. High-frequency oscillations and their dam-ping in a mercury rectifier 0 network v1',h ground equalizer. Sbor. rab. po vop. e'ektromekh. no.5:262-275 161. (MIRA 14:6) (Electric currert rectifiers) SIDFILINIKOV, V.V.; MOROZOV, N.A. Use of power networks for the transmission of information. Vest. AN SSSR 31 no.6:99-100 Je '61. (MIRA 14:6) (Telecommunication) (Electric lines) MOROZOV, Yu.A. Interference generated by the nonlinear elements of electric power distribution networks. Sbor.rab.po vop.elektromekh. no.7022-326 162. (MIRA 161l) (Electric lines--Overhead) (Telecommunication) MORO ZOV, Yu._A,.- - Use of the contact network of electrified railroads for high- frequency teAlAommmications. Sbor.rab.po vop.elektromekh. no.7:326-330 162. (KERA 16:1) (Electric railroads--Wires and wiring) (Telecommunication) V 7!1 - 4 12 3 AUTHORS: Shul'man, A.R., Zakirova, I.R., Miorozov Fridrikhov, S.A. 1.i.A. anJ TITIE: The Problem of tte Metl~od of Investi~,atioi_ of Secondar-. Electron Emission of Non-metallic SubsLances (K vo-'rosu o metode issledoverii.,/a vtorichnoy el,?ktror,.,oy nemetallicheskikh veshchestv) PERIODICAL: Radioteklhnika ' Elektronika, 12158, VA. III, No.` Pp. 329 (USSR). ABSTRACT. Description of a me~!.od of the me,, sure me- 15 of secoid,:.i-_,, electron emission is L,4k-ven. The method is chriacterised !~y the following features: reduction in the time necessary for the experiments, increased accuracy, good stab--'Lity of the measuring system and the target anic eliminatio.L Of the terris7l-y electrons. The Fiain coj,~ponent of the experimental eauinment used in the measurements is a spherical, glass bulb fitted with apertures for a target and an electron gun. bia- meter of the sphere is 145 mm. The electron .7in is of the standard type and is provided with a focusinE Plectrode; it is also furnished with a reflecting diaphragm wl-ich eliminates t',--e scattered electrons fro-- the bear. of the (~an. The dia- phragm is given a Dotential near to t1lat of the cathode. "lie C~,rdl/4 gun is screened by means of a nickel cylinder. The target iE3 I W-1- 3-4/23 The Problem of the MetLod of Investigat'Lori )f Secondiry Elr~ctrjii Emission of non-metallic Substances C-~-rdZ/4 in the form of a round, flat box '~av-r.F a dlazetc-r of 1~'~ and is fitted with a helical heater. The target is fixed on to molybdenum supports and provided with a pair of leads for supplying the current to the heater. The heater can be earthed. The supporting wires of the target are taken to the input of an amplifier. The effect of ternary electrons is reduced by placing a spherical molybdenum grid, havinE. a diameter of 125 min, between the collector and the target. The transparency of the grid is of the order of 0.9. The grid I-as an aperture with a diameter of 40 mm for the leads of the target; another aperture, having a diameter of 16 mm, is provided for the primary electron beams (impinging on the target). Both the glass sphere and the grid are coated with silver by means of an evaporation process carried out in vacuum. For the analysis of secondary electron energies, a de-celeratin-F potential U3is applied betneen the target and the Erid; a potential U9 is applied between the grid and the collector, w.Jch accelerates the secondary electrons and SlOW3 down the t~.-rna ones. The full experimental equipment (which was built around the spherical condenser) is shown in FiC-1. This consists of The Problem of the Method of Investigation of Second--iry Elect--,,n Emission of Von-metallic Substances the above mentioned electron pin, the ccllector and the a-+I--i- dynatron grid and contains the followini, units: supplies for the electron gur-,. a rotary potentiom~eter,.su,-_i~iies for the potentiometer, 9 sync1ironous motor' a reE:isterin~ instrument, ~ delay circuit, a r,_~ctangular pul'se genprator, -an amnlifier, ~ pulse lengthener%, an oscillogrraph with a tri.--r..,!~edtime base; an automatic switchiriE device and a synchronous motor driving the tape of the registerinE device. The functioninC of the equipment and its applicability to the measurement of the secondary electron emission was thoroughly iavestii:-.ated. I 1C was found that the equinmr~ntaxld be used for sinEle-pulse measurements as well as for ti _e investiC_-,ation by means of periodically repeated pulses; in raxticular, it was possible to obtain good reproducibility of ~he secondary emission coefficient. The effect of the anti-dynatron grid on tLe secondary emission current is illustrcted by the curves of Figs. 5, 6, ? and 8. Fron, these, it is concluded tLat U 9 should be of the order of 100 V. The stabilit,7 of the primary electron current is an important factor in the equipment, especially when th-e de-celerating potential U is varied; (~ard3/4 2) 1C '-5-4/23 The Problem of the blethod of invest_JF,"1_tijn of Secondary E7,-,;tron Em~ssion of non-metallic Substances it was found that the primary current as a function of U did not vary more than 1 to 2%. Some measurements on the distribution of the secondary electron energies were carried out. The resulting curves are shown in Fig. 12. The Curve 1 of Fig.12 was taken for vi at U :3 = - VP (,.~-here Vp is the accelerating potential of tl'-,e primary electrons); this (,u-rve is in good agreement with the results obtained by R. Warnecke (Ref.11), which are represented by Curve 2. There are 12 figures and 12 references, of wI.JLch r--) are En~jish, 5 Russian and 1 German. SUBMITTED: February 18, 1957 AVAILABLE: Library of C.Dn~ res~3 Card 4/4 AMMS: Shul 'man, 7 F: '- j -ovsi ,H Moro z Dv , '~u. A. , Fridri'--',,.ov, S. A. TITLE: Secondary Electron Emission of Nic~cl (Vto-,ic'--,naja elektronnaya emissiya nikelya) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal Tekhnicheskoy Fi:~iki, Vol. 2u, '~r 1, Pp- d7--)6 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The task )f t1le present work -.var, to close the existin-i- in literature re,-,ardin,~; the ener:,-y spectra of secondary electrons emitted by metals, as well is to obtain data on the distribution of secondary electrons acrordint; to enercies in nickel. That is to say of all those which are erqit,ed within the waole ranje of secondary electron energy at various V p (enerT-y of primary electruns) of from 2oo to 2ooo V with nickel. Starting- frof, t~ie d;~ta on the distribijtion of secondary electrons accordin-1- to ener,-,ies the problem of the importance of the quantities obtained at the investif,,ation of t~.e basic dependence (Wiich churacteriz,-,s the secondary emission characteristics of t:ie ziaterial - of t,.e depen 4 ence of the coefficients of the electron e:-iission on V ) is dealt Card 1/5 with. The -met'n.)d of spherical condense.- with a s~keric Secondary Electron E_IiS8ion of Nickel suppressor ~rrid va,,i used. The ethodl of t~~e recordin.- of measurin- results, as described in reference 2, was z~lso use,,.. As result of the ii!vPI-t:.-,at;on the f011017in,- c-in I)e .-,tate(l: 1) Tpvti;try electron. emitte! from !h- rollector exerci~.,.e ~tn essentiul inl'iuence ori the renults -,f :,econdary current in t1le ret rdin.:., field. The introduction of the su:)pres.-or Jrid offers t.e possitility to essenti:tlly decrease t,.e influence of tertiary electrons -Ljid thereby to obti,in, -nuch -:ore r,~liable data than vials earlier tLe case. The (~istributi-_-n of t?.e secondary electronf3 accordin,- to t~,.(- erier,,,ies of fro.-, 0 to Ve., a -, inventit--tted. Co-,-)letc I:L,-, ciirve~-, for nickel -,,ere htained rit V of' fro.-., 2oo to 2ooo V. 2,' In the sr)ectrum of the .,3ec,)nd,,.ry electror;,,~ Jt is not possihle to draw -i ii--.itin6, line between the reflected prirlary an~, the real secondar, electrons. Apparently both kindfs of' el,~ctron,_; ure repreuented in all piirtv, of tne spectrum. With small enerjies of secondary electrons assumption thLt real secondar-.- electrons are of do,iinatinl- importance is re!.--.soned. For the analysis of the energy spectrum of electrons (of nickel) an assumed Card 2/r border between slow and quick secondary electrons, equal to Secondary Electron Emission -)f '-Tic:~el 1 17'70 loo eV, i~~ c~~osen. 21) The basic f-.ct rest.1tin.1- 1r.-,7. tree measurements is that in V,.e spectrum of seconditrj electrons of metals t~-'e relative number of lluicl- electrons c~n be compared with that of slow electrons. The width of t.e maximum correspondin.- to th~ slow real secondary electrons is a little greater t;-!an wan earlier a.93umed. In order to mart, the nu~~ber of q%tick second;-ry electr-ns ~-vi.-i-itiide ;Lre introduced -,s follows: the p-;rt ~)f quio~ (,lectron.; in secondary current and the rati) bet-,,ieen the :-.u:-iber jf quic'- electrons und the niiallt'ty of the pri,:iary ci,.r--ent. increases linearl,, uit- the ii-.,:rease of V., .Yid rc-cnes -a to 26-;~o of tho tot-il n,7,br-r of 3ecnn,lary el'cctro!:.-. --,t 16,~O- iZ-- on!., 1~ttl,~ tlc-enulent D-. V -Ind ia e,,,,ual t:~ --15,; 01, ti-'e ,ri-,ary current v-i'112 ~,,t 1600- 4~ The ret,-r'd%ti~-in v~rve:~ in relative coordinates coincitle with one-nother if V is ~:reater than 12-;0 V. If V values are smaller the c--~rvesp differ. 5) With all valueY applied for V -n refloxi:)n of primar 7 electrons ta':eo place. The re?lectior. c-Dcffici2:-:t at V > ~:'00 V is not realter t~,-n of totil ::1:.mbcr of prizigry electrons. 6") Y'llien urinary current is in Card 3/5 th- circ.-it of the t tr,,et i: t~ie c;-c cf r::)t C-~ i 1-t'~ L- - 1- I I/ . Secw-l r~- Elcctron E::!ij,,.ir)n of Nic?el .1, blaiikin-, of sccond,-ry electrorio for t;~e (-nef'i(:i,?nt o~ 't (J" :. v % I'! - v, t - i!~ c 0 T" J .. ry e,iI that ):* tot --I ret~r'-,-.tinn n" ::~- )n !lectron-11. 71 In order to m;-,rr, -n ~f ~~Iovi clectronn t~,e n e -) f - 1 ow (coeffic;ent the emi-sion of - electrons). As the existin: theories :);-l-- t. '-e i.,Ito ,-ccourt the of second-.r el~~Ctron~-- bY electron-- ..-n- ~,s inelastic reflecti.,n of .,ri:-.LLry el-ctro:~s :r,6 t`~e foi ... i;-ti ~n of slow fecon(i.--.1-y electro:i.- with the -n.-Dtin of 2ccondary an', if inelastically reflectel ~:ri:.I~.ry ele-trons arc :ot i.~to arc-,)tmt the Son !,etwecn th-2oreticnl an' exi~eri:i-:;t-l c:Ln carriel out th -,,if fi o ~ 2.:t ex:~c tness -re 12 f i -..,-e r,:feren~c,!;, I-, o-' v.,.-Jc'. :-re ASSOCTATIJ!" Ler.-In6rad Polytechnical Institute (Le:i: :, ~.- .-)lite' n:.inhc~-, ~:,- i -ti tut a 1 in:;-L C a rd 4 / 5 -'0 32 C;/~; " 'let rov N. '2 E *,ntalum and yttrium Lx:.-,e- -n a tnerzoemisslon current T E'X T 7o find t,.,~ '~.e temDerature dependur~c.,,s o: e c t r on e m s ~i o n ( c o e ff I c i e n t ~,n pri:nary eleciron C t n L a u tr, o r L t. , 01' ene-,-gy 1V the 'a rt,-e cn F, 2, 2 , 13 4 2, 1 "L12 L was vL~i` ed r*ro::i j ev anz all measure,ments veL-e ~.-.ace in a r t: t swere annealed at 120'~ 0 0 1 1 C ~ Y3 :t was; found tnat , cies~411 c r~e i ~n r r e n T. so i t c, 10 4 + imes grLatcr tnar, I e1--,- vias temperature- 'lard 1/2 e,~ n I--!,- ry e i: f n n (j,, n 1 s e c 3 n d L. ry oi t Concluded n c n hi Cn - . . . - . L '- - I t emp e r a tu r e d istoi t ion -,C ~-,:-.nd:i ry T h e a ri,)::j a ie,.; Spec-4fic 1',,, t t r i Li:-.~ ox i do ZI n'l n e ~ e r. -; e n t c- n c,-rrent nor a ., *. ~,;. n c e ~, :3 a r.*,, con,: i t -,-,n s for !',,-,r j w i tn T. u-, velated to r e 6 S ~ C Ka I in-na L n - .-r.L3'---ute e r ~c )be f, a r v Card 212 4- VA AP30010 4 9/0109/61/048/00Q1045/1049 f AUTHOR i.'-~Mdt6kovp Y4.--_A# T11ME-.: Automit-ed method for investigating the secondary-emission properties of materials, SOURCE: Radiotekbnika i elektronika, v. 8, no. 6, L963, 1045-1049 A: TOPIC TAGS-. automatic recording, secondary emission, emission characteristics ABSTRACT: Arn automatic pulse method for investigating garnnda=y~.Olactcaa .~,-.,.-emission is discussed. The system developed for the purpose uses a pulsed .,primary,electran beam.and a collector which is grounded through the input resistance of,--a.secondary-emission amplifier. The beam target is kept positive I in relation to th,e-&-r'ounded.collector whein the delay curves of the secondary ..~'electrons ate registered. Moreover, in order to eliminate the misleading effects ~-~of variations inthe primary-electron current, the energy of primary electrons hitting:~the target is held constant by causing the potential of the electron-gun anode to al.. Secondary-emission voltage pulses -vaty along with the,t4rget.potenti are amplified and -.recorded and may be viewed on an oscilloscope. By varying Caid 1/2, M287ZO - AP3001004 NR. primary-electron energy it is possible to determine the following charac- _,:,-teris_t2,.cs. 1) the dependence of the primary current on V2) the dependence -secondary current (these characte on Yp of the ristics indcate the dependence .on V of"the coefficient of secondary emission cy and 3) the dependence on V q p of t9e numb~er of electrons having,an energy greater than 50 ev (none last ic par- -reflection fa tor) or close to V (elastic particle reflection factor) ticle c Moreover, ata given value of V the gircuit makes it possible to vary with time theAiffereace'(V,) betweeg collector and target potentials. This permits investigation of: 1) he dependence on Vk of the secondary current in the V k interva. I - f roid +0. 11 Vk to - 1#I V , which yields the so-called complete curve of and 23 the details of secondary-electron energy spectra s0condary-electron delay, as a function-of V1.0 '$In conclusion the author expresses his gratitude to A. R. Shullmah for his help in the project." Orig. art. has: 4 figures and I table. ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy oolitekhnicheakLy institut im. H. I. Kalinina (Leningrad.Polytechnic Institut,10 d,I SUBHITTED:-A4HAy62 Date ACQ: ]OlJul63 ENCL: 00 ~CODE: ::SD OTMR. 001 -NO~RHF SOV: 002. MOROZOV, Yu.D.; KORITSKIYP G.G. Classification of instruments for electric arc anal electz-fc --' I I _a:~7 welding and hard facing. Av-tom. svar. 17 no.3:62-64 Mr '64. 1. Donetskiy politek~m'Lcheskiy institut. DRITOV, L.A.', inzh.; MOROZOV, Yu.F., inzh. Thawing frozen grotmd with electric points. Transp. stroi. 11 no.1:22-24 Ja t61. (MLRA 14: 1) (Frozen ground) (Electric heating) 0 1 I a a -MQHMaY,-Yai.F- , inzh.; M24CHENKO, V.A, inzh. Properties and use of cermet partf, in rnacninea-j manufapture-. Mashinootroenie no.1 Ja-F 162. (MITIA 15:2) 1. Laboratoriya poroshkovoy metallurgii Nauchno-issledovatell- skogo i proyektno-tokhnologicheskogo inBtituta mashinostroyenlyn. (Machinery industry) (Ceramic metals) MOROZOV, Yu.F. [deceased] Latency of the larvae of ?hysocephalus sexal--.uE 'M'o"n, 12,6~ k -- I established experimentally. Uch. zap. GGPI 42:39-51 164. (MIRA 18:4) MCROZOV, Yu. F. MOROZOV, Yu. F.: "The helminths of rodents and insectivora of the USSR and an attempt at their ecological-geographical analysis." Min Agriculture USSR. All-Union Inst of Helminthology imeni. Academician K. I. Skryabin. Moscow, 1956. (DISSERTATIcli i,oh rrih DEGR_i~t. OF CANDIDATE 1.1111 SCI -~ NCE) So.: Knizhnaya letopis' No 15, 1956, Moscow _y. Prrrisitic Wcrr~s. G- USIT / Z(~orarcsitolog 'ibs Jour R-)f Zhur - ~'i , 1 55)5-; .Auth~-,r __LjL,2_- U,_4tti- -F. Inst -c+ givDn Title Throe :;ow Hy en- i "i-IF 'r zubk- (S-r--() Tr~ r.-vy~, 'y -.t 1-ur 7,u' k-r!-kr,~shIrl. Ori 7 Pul~- Urh. zrr. G-)rk--vsk. Ful. in-t, 1957, 19, 55_4~. .%bstr-ct ~cscrifti= -n~ 'rnvin-s -f Hy n. , C uc ur L 4 1 ~q i -~ s .- r e x sn. - n~l Di c r - nc t - cri - f'ur c!~ t - ~iLAricrl n. fr_,,~ bur-2uuk~ -' tho Yfk-.11t S F Cr r 1 l/ I MOROZOV, Yu.F. Discovery of larvae of ?4acrocanthorhynchus himidinaceus (Pallas) In dorbontles in the Byalovezhaka Pushcha. Dokl.AN BSSR 3 nn.10:430-411 0 '59. (MIRA 1):2) 1. Prodstavlono akadernikom AN BSSR V.A.Loonovym. (Byalovezhska Pushcha-itcanthocephais.) (Parasites--Dung beetles) MOROZOV, Yu.p. Two now species of nematodes from rodents. Trudy Gel'm. lab. 9:196-202 '59. (MIW. 13:3) (Megino-Kangalasskiy District--Nomatoda) (Byalovezhaka Punheha--Nematoda) (Parasites--Field nice) MOROZOV F.N.; MOROZOV, Yu.F. $ s %rphology of the larvae of Dictyocaulus viviparuB (Bloch, 1782), D.Eckerti Skrjabin, 1931. Uch.zap.GGPI no.27:13-15 166. NDA 150) (Nematoda) MOROZOVY YU.P. Bio]:O-gical cycle of PdctuJ-aria amurensis Schulz, 1927 Rictu-lariidae). Uch.zap.GGPI no.27:1?.-28 160. (~'E. -C.-, . ~' -L ~'. ~'; (Nematoda) MOROZOV, Yu.F. Changes in the 87stem of the family Phyealopteridae Lelper, 190~ in connection with the study of Pseudophyealoptera soricini~ 6a-' 119, 1914. Zool.zhur. 39 no.3:327-329 '60. (MIR.A. 1~-6) 1. Helminthological Laboratory of t he U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, Moscow, and Wild Life Preserve "Belovezhakava Pushcha", Brest region. (Ifematoda) -140MZOVP Yu.F. [Maxozau, IU.F.J Helninth fauna of bats in the 3-mIcvezhska Pushc~A. V-s-_sf AN ... Ser. biial. nav. no.2:92-98 161, __: 7) (BYALOVEZIISKA FUSHCHA-WO"IM, INTESTEUL AND i-LASIMC) (PAi-ASI TIZ -BATS) STRYUK 3 ~-.O-~ -o VA , A 1". red .: 3~~-, I VIA K V re-J. [Ex~;io~l tion ,n ".,.a opref.,~ W, I r,~ -,rlkfs m~- r,,9 a ruWebo--,)kl Tematicheskaia in v:;z3tavka "Skorcstlnoe prD-;edmie j.(Agotcvitq!lrr7Kh '.'Yrh-. botok na ugcllnvkh shaktitakh SSSR".: ~,.utew)Jllte-' r skva- 10,b'.. 88 p SSSR. -al *- ny), nau- ss sk 1, y im~* 1 i nf orTna ~s i v urc -:mc, ja 30381 00,','10~ 00- q or 2/:)'1 or, r- o Z'., v , Y u . I ir-, A P e '.- r-, A A E ).A L-'-' A rnpiler-type pr~);,rauiratr,~- ;i- ~;em RCK-- P., P-)("Ieuly k 1 -, e r r. e t JL k -1 1.",, )w r brie 4 r e' ~,L 'uy ti e iuthors. L, F, Kovaleva, V K f h e - ~3 TIe syste. -n w-is --ompleted in 1 -7 and beer. -,r, u 3 e r e t e n T,. e b , s i c -~ :)m p o n e n t ~3 t-i r - e ~A 1) 1 r i) 6 r: i m , i n -A r J I I e d " s ~i rd p ru r t mz-i w Ii - K :A r e t') r e d s ~ Th e s ys t e:-~ u s e s t h p e r,-, mc. ,:):1 (3 f -r3up'l- of instru:tions of A progr,~,rr; .e Tiie of an opera-- t,)r r.errle, ~~i'cwlr-- -j I d t'~. e links bet,.t,,een them, is 11 f i e fi i-; t e i P. r; f:1-1 t l _;,,-i -,Y-l this jc".eme i!i "Ljaded 1 n t -) ~Ie omp er- j e, i the !30- Cal led symbo 1 ic number-~, L;ome r-~ v e ~ ne 1 orre s ond ing s t~inda rJ p co --r-ims in i~e 1.1 r:: ry 30381 1/1'000/00: / 0 0 milller- ;Je D 0 ;perators) w) I 1e others will h;ive t,,) be focmu~-I!e,i -.r~ ~l s t~i nda rl -D pe ra tc rs Th e I i b r~i ry .--o rit:i i Lr. :e ma g i I ", i-..e r% t io r. s f r ex e _n Py'') --es. Moll:f exe-- tes fill 'he f i n a r- m n e o r po r~t t e- .1 into 'Le mii,-:ter r zi ~.ey are n L) n -ne sl!,,nbol:.: -,nJ ~-ibso' ,i e 7_ e er L re_ e,. + r. t. n.~i r t I n e s f j r r x r. Do i n eq. _i a - an e 1~ 13 !ie X d r ess'. :.g, f p e 6 1 r' I C D I n e n;- t e pe -e; ~r~,-f_`!-,l L )r;l t 1 n n , i r". * n e z I r-)7 C-F~ 1 iz T r rT' S//1 94/6 1100011012,1101 ~-,/O-,7 D201//D3071 A'jTHOR: Morozov, Yu. I. TITLE: Standard programs PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zh-.,~rnal, Avtomatika i radioe1ek-,,r,.)nika, no. 12, 19161, 4, abstract 12B21 (V sb. PrDbl. kiber- netiki, 5, M., Fizmatgiz. 1961, 117-15-,) TEXT: Some ideas about standard programs (P) and about p.-Dgra=- ing automation are given. For the problem to :je solved or. tal computer it is necessary to set up the program from the alg.9- rithm of silution. The problem of program automation consl_.';~S in t~iat, hav-jing assumed the necessary information ~ibout the gorithm of the problem solution, the P be obtained by means of -~:-e -.lac~line itseif. It is shown that the efficiency of the method of programm- ing automation is determined by the simplicity with which the ,n- ,formation -ibout the solution ;11gorithm is as.9LUTie(I :i:A' by the ea.3e wit:. vi~'.ich the control of assuming tile information to it~(_- true is nieved. Application of standard P represent,3 gre;i'L po!.;~~ibillitie'-~ Card 1/3 in satisfying t,.e tw-, requirements :ib,)ve. In e i i durd P's are subdivided into groups accirdin-7 features: 1) For what purpose are t?1e s-,an~ard P ,.Ii d of' (~.,ie in their Lpplication. The diz3c-ussed It (I . I ~ ;'qiiown ac c -) rd i rij- to Wic f o I I ow II I ) .211 bt, I d I it ry ,] Litrid; rPt that setting of any subsidiary P for the given )?113 1~1 :ti. !iry oijeration. It is recommended setting up P, f,,,z, t:e essary infirmation is supplied always in t,e same ~t:lj form; 2) standard P for increasing the computer -,in-7e of -j 0 p e i tions. The set of elementary operatio-.s a-d ho,,.- ob%~,a,-n these more complex operations is given; classificatl~)n :f .'bution of information in memory i3ystems. Trie ~,on--e~-t -f -n ~pe- r,it,)r !t-,d of )per-fitor systems is f~iven. 'Phe e ,-,on6idered: Symbols and notation, the description -~f certain commands of the "Strela" computer, stard--~rl units, classification of information, system, t"le concept of P operators ~~.nd oper7tt3r d-urd P numerical solutions of simple mat.-,-emu~i--a-' -r-- e::: bard 2/3 S/194/61 1/000/0 1 -,'0 -7 Standard programs D201 /'1)-7 ()7 .1 1~ standardization of program acceptance; 6) processLng of st,-ind%rd P. The following problems are considered: Externally ?recessed standard P; self-processing standard P, amalgamation of 6rG:.~p of standard P into a single standard P; 7) automatic pr,),-.-a::ImIn,- of arithemtical operators; 8) automatic conversion of st-ind:ird P into a single P. The following problems are considered: StAges in setting-up; the standard P library, pseUdo-command, p.3e-_,do- - ode, pseudo-program; compiling and interpreting P; 9) program -outoma- tion. Programmin,- systems. / Abstractor's note: Complete 'r,ins- lation.-7 Card 3/3 0 0 0 0 6 k7; 4 4 I' k j V Yu. -;e! t L11 m -Lj 1 V In t 11, v , : t rl t '0 Du h, 1 c to be t up in t~5 ts n rcj t l-, al I ti Ull PLJ in t frum tn(! wh I I cl t- t U p LO i' t~ r th, choict of the .,.not cne puts up the 112 A do- 'U:' o t L' t u c Lo t Lii b,: t i Lu t t n - L V; ~,Y. iLL5 ~i if, 'd0t,il L 1-1~ cc a i c n Ti S P;l - T~ie b 1 o c k - d r LLm c r:. Card 212 7 1 10 57/6 1 /C 9, 3 -D 3 2 -~, 7 AUT-O~S lmjhenni~, 'I. TITLE: Analyqis of the i'y nr e5 in an elec'.T-,-)n PERTODI'AL: Z?Uirnft' n TEXT In cont4.nuat-"-,:, m P. cross (p'-y~;. '~QV. 7~. 1851 1949), A. 1. Akl,4 1, 7, 7- 7 ,1 1 and C. 11. Gordevev (Zh ty c s --a n 01 longitudinal eieo'ron 'he t-e velocity of 'he z i 7n o-t"' ve 1 o c 4 to f o 1 a s ma el ec '. rr~: J,T. Ye. 'Iertsenshteyn, --e -n- re n ro -i I s 4~ 7 1 e,I -.I where p iQ) ; t~e lis -,n r-; 4s Card 1 1/ 10 Ana ly 9 1 s of t he ah, i f 0 n 0 ex T), exp V 0 cc m n 'M n e n o t eo the r t c' e~3, m 'he e'ec*r,)n mags, 1/ 0 1 n1 the density of the b t-- !e!~fiity of the elec',-,,~n olasma. and U the beam veloci-~.'~ is obtained from -!nd "2), -r--rp L/,) I /I T V I k,, T, k U 'u u 1" t I ~2. 7 Card 2/10 en') e s r: c inves,.jgated integrala app! ied to t,-e c:.:-, fojlOW4 from which 0110",s for at 7/jn An a I y s 4-9 o f t-i- follows. -~,here excitations. Fur"".er: 2 (Fig. la), where o Card I,,/' V) Anal vsis of the ns+a'b-' 3 2 3 3~ 2 -3 2 For a =1 one has 1718 - 7 )n(? n s Assuming and using, 1 -4- -4 xM.. -4- 0. 1fl, V. 3 Card 5/10 23718 Analysis of the ins 'abi. t-,, ~~f 37--3/3207 In accordance with (7), If, hovever, S_~ e -:U4()n3 lee,, to l ~9) 1/2 'Ka) 2 2 k is obtained from (3) in first Tnis permi-*6s a simple estimation of the maximum y; is -!-tprmined 'rom the condition 2 2 -1 - -: I on so that for , , find.9 7' R. I. Izraileva (unpublished paper) deter--~ne'] -~.e of the range of vibration s-,D7,s *~ie de-jendence of t-e 14mits excitations on the basis o-- 74g Card 6/10 7 Jd- 7/6 1 /r, 7 Analysis of the instab` I 1 3 27 /TIN 3 on at a lower uDper ro ma. The comparatively pgre;zt d f c, :7 e n r d 4 .11 VA '0 kin e r (18). if n a exp 7 t 1 n,~i Px~) i k."r + nt, 0 0 . 1 1 ; k-, is substi~utel 'or D'* t--.e asm,! and c -4-4T ~.2 2 (21, C 0.1; 'Z it: n f -n f ollow e ~ rom- the hyl r,) )r, ~: on ~',;e ~ism.~n-)tion t--~' lor the --,mnlitude -;nl inns e' e c t r-D r, 1- e;!m, e a m If only a 1 (el Pctr,)n e,;,i:i t 4~ on Card 7/10 .3718 Analysis of tne inctpl,) -~f q E E, ex p if ros lobo .,31ex 1) Q.IIIt C OS -0 po noE, 3 e x 1) COS T. 2 12 3 2 7 (22) (,()s _4 T_ U = Eo exp 2 2 uo = Eo exp C03 0 2 -T is obtained for the P-11 Pc --ic f~ --i for velocity perturbations in the plasma u and in the beim Ii, i:~ the cular case of an asy-ptotic wave; 0 here C. T T 3 2 ,nherefrom all other proDerties of t-e %,,eves can be deduced. The authors thank Yu. I. Xuznetsov, L. I. S~iibarsh--;v, Yu. A. Romanov, E. Z. llaar,-lmov, V. A. TeDlyakov, and G. for va:uable advice. There are 3 Card 6/13 "1 37 18 57 2/C I Analysis of the iistability of 2 10 2 0 7 f i gn-ires t,-tb le , and 6 re S-v e I r~d n n - S S 77 ~~ 17 TE, D September 161, Legend to Fil~. la: --ax' /ont' G X~- 13 65 F1 0' (X 92 04 95 19 06 0. 06 32 04 C6. Car,! 9/10 71, 3 lof radiational,hydrodynamics-for the general relatfvistic case was written by V. A.- Prokof,yev (Uravneniye perehosa v relyativistskoy radiatsionnoy Sidrodinamike' DAN SSSR, 1961i 140, str. 1033.). In equations describing motion in a medium radiation- occurs. in.the, form of a divergencetensor of energy-Impulse radiafton. Generally-speaking, the form of this tensor is very complicated and must be con- sidere&simultaneously-with equations of the medium and the equation of transfer of radiation. Under conditions close to equilibrium, this tensor can be computed !by successive approximations. The authors consider a general.equation obtained from a stim of tensors--mediun.and. radiation., Such a procedure greatty'simplifie probIgms of radiational hydrddynamics.I.By restricting-computation of the tensor to the seco#d approximation (considering hydrodynamic variable l. terms linear in the gradient) a generalftation of the approximation of the radia- tional heat conductivitylis oLtained by introducing the mean according to Rosse- land; see S. Chandrasekar (Vvedeniye v ucheniye o, stroyenti zvezd. M., IL, 1950) 'and D. A. Frank-Kamenetakiy (Fizicheakiye protsessy* vnutri zvezd. M., Goa. Izd. f I%. ~ma t. lit. J959). The authors 6om ute the tensor of energy-impiulse of radia- p ..tion in this.approximation. This tensor was computed earlier by Thomas (op. 0 ibut"his computational procedure is nonstandard and-leads to a cumbersome inte6t,.A. Card 2/3, T ACCFZSIO14 NR: AP4034267 5/0207/64/000/002/OW8/OGU AUTHORS: Imshennik, V. 3. (Mascow ); Morozov, Yu. 1. (Moscow) :TITLE: Shock-wave structure including momentum transfer and radiation enerd i.)MURCEs Zhurnal prikladnoy mekhaniki i tekhnicheskoy fiziki, no. 2, 196h, 8-21 TOPIC TAGSt shock wave front, radiation transfer, absorption coefficient, radiation hydrodynamics, shock wave, viscous discontinuity, radia- 1 ition equilibrium, Eddington method, diffusion approximation ABSTRACTi The nonlinear problem of shock-wave front structure with radiation transfer at relatively small speeds, when 0 - v/c