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I A 0 127 MUTISYNOV, S., pol-kov-n-4k Decisiveness. Vr-,en. znan. 41 n.c,;-.-12-71'l, de It-5. , . .(!CRA. 1f33 5) HUTS - --y- �qyq3L'y!~T~ck,__Rolkovnik: VIII CHINSKIT, I.K., polkovaik. red.; KTASUIXOTA, T.F., LTeaching fire under different conditions; from an armored carrier and truck, afloat and at floating targets, in town, woods and mountains] Obuchanie 3trellbe v razlichny[ch usloviiakh; a bro- netransportera I avtomobilia. no plavu i po plavaiuahchim t301iaM, v noselennom punkts, v lesu. v gorakh. Moskva. Voon.izd-vo W-vs obor.-MISSR, 1960. 93 p. (MIRA 13:11) (Shooting, Military) SAVCHENKO, S.S., general-mayor; ALEK5ANDRCV, A.A., polkovnik; GRECHIKHIN, A.A., polkovnik~ KnZIOV, A.F,, polkovnik; KOZLOV, A.F,, polkovniki LOVI, A,A., polkovnik; LOSHCHILOV, A,A , polkovni-k; !1OLO",4K0V,A.K,, polkovnik; ?%~TS_MOVS,S., polkovnik; SEMIKOLEWOV, NJ., polkovnik; STIDAKOV, S.V,, polkovnik; SHINKAREV, C.M., polkovnik, VILICHINSHY, I.K,, polko-vnik, red.; SCLOYONIK, R,L., tekhn. red. [Methods of preparation to uoe weapons; firearms and grenade launchers ]Metodika ognevol podgotovkii strelkovoe oruzhie i grana- tometry. Moskva, Voenizdat, 1962, 318 P. (MIRA 16:2) 1. Russia (1923- U.S.S.R,)ArTrdya, Sukhoputnye voy3ka. Upravleniye boyevoy p-dgotovki voysk svyazi. (RdsS3a---Army--Firearm,Q) (Grenades) LOVI, Aleksandr Abramovich, polkovnik; LUISYL~,, , :;crgey Save! lyt~vicl. polkovnik; SHEVCIOIKO, Nikolay Akirnovlch, podpolk vrdk; VILICH11='rY, T.K., red. [Prc!:)lerf,. book on !,Y;e, :' :,.-T: a---r,s and and, r(,-k-t oLmovam 3trcl 'by i raket.nogo cruzniia. I F j , -~, ',-% T t- ~~ I ~ A KONOVALOV. N.V.; MUTTJI'SHfW. A.A.; BAUMAN. L.K.; GOTOTTSIVA, Te.T. Copper astabollem in hope toleaticular degeneration and during trestsient of this disease with thiol preparations [with summary in Yrench]. Zhur.nevr. I polkh. 57 no.1:394-48 157. (KLRA 10:3) 1. institut nevrologil (dlr. - prof. N.T.Konovalov) ANN SSSR. Moskva. (CQIPM, metab. in hopatolenticular degeneration during ther. with sulfhydryl apda.) (RVATOLNIITICUIAR DIGMURATION. netab. copper. without & during ther. with sulfhydryl cpds) (SULIUMTL COMPOUND,, ther. use hapatolenticular degeneration. copper metab. in) ii -~- . -- --1 .- - ~ loo-ll) --, :,~ , . K'iD'E=,, iA,' V 6 , K-151Wf. V.,. . ~ MIKOS-i4=L1 t 9.N.; Mnlx. ~'ah; RUNOVI P.D.; SOMMAKOVAP X. D. Calorimeters and Calorlmetry Automatic calorimeter with constant heat exchange for measuring heats of absorption of gases and liquids. Trudy Inst. fiz. khimii MI SSSR no. 1, 1952. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, December 1952. Unclassified. ~,~ ~- 1 1' 7 / f, 1, (-, (, KISRUCT, A.V.; MTJTTIK. G.G. Adsorption of water vapor by silica and hydration of the surface of latter (with summary in English]. Koll.zhur. 19 no.5:562-571 S-0 '57. (MIRA 10,10) l.Moskovskiy gosudarstvannyy universitet im. N.V. Lomonosova, Laboratoriya adaorbtaii. (Adsorption) (Hydration) (Silica) AVOUL', 11,N.; BAM IN, G.I.; KISBLEV, A.V.; LYGINA. I.A,; KUTTIK. G.G. Effect of the porosity of grRphite adsorbents ou-Vre-'m&=sorp ff=n &~-- heat of adsorption of hexane vapors [with mu-ry in ftgllohj. Zhur. fit. kh1m. 31 no.511111-1125 *1 157. (MIRA 10:11) 1. AN SSSR, Institut fisioheskoy khimil i Nbskovskly gosud&rstveunyy univerettet 1m. Mr. Lomonosova. (Adsorption) (Carbon, Activated) (Hazaae) S/06 61/000/009/004/015 B101XB205 AUTHORS: Muttik, G-.--G-.,- Frolov, B. A. TITLE: Adsorber with automatic calorimeter designed for measuring the adsorption heat of vapors PERIODICAL: Referatirnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no. 9, 1961, 154-155, abstract 905 (9E35) ("Tr. dallnevost. fil 9ib. otd. AN %SSR. Ser. khim.11, 1960, vYP. 4, 83-87) TEXT: A description is given of a calorimeter and an adsorber which are used to determine the isotherms anal heats of adsorption of a series of hydrocarbons on coarse-grained silica gelKCK-2 (KSK-2). The calorim- eter features constant heat exchange and has an automatically controlled jacket. The calorimeter, its measuring and control equipment, and the adsorber are schematically shown- LAbstracter's note: Complete transla- tion.7 Card 1/1 DZHIGIT, O.H.; KISELEV, A.V.; MUTTIK, G.G. Heats of adsorption of p-diethyl ether on silica Eel (with summary in English]. Koll.zhur. 23 no.4:504-505 Jl-Ag"61. (MIRA 14:8) 1. Moskovskiy utiversitat im. M.V. Lomonosova. (Esther) (Heat of adsorption) DZHIGIT, O.M.; KISELEV, A.V.;-MUTTlK,-G.G. Heat of adsorption of water vapor on silica gel with hydrated and dehydrated surfaces. KcU.zhur. 23 no.5:553-562 S-0 161. (MIRA 14:9) 1. Moskovekiy universitet,, KhImicheskiy faku.11tet, LaboratoriyEL adsorbtaii. (Nater taper) (Silica) (Heat of ad30rption) WE MUTTIK, G.G. Isothermal calorimetev with constant heat exchange. Zhur. fiz.khim. 35 no,9:2153-2155 161. 04IRA 14:10) 1. Moskovskiy gosudaretvannyy universitet imeni M.V. Lomonosova, khimicheskiy fakulltet. (Calorimeters) DZHIGIT, O.M.; MIDAMOV, S.P.; KISELEV, A.V.; IGTTIK, G.G. Differential heats of adsorption of n-pentane &,d diethyl ether by porous crystals of zoolite of type 5A. Zhur. fiz. khim. 36 no.4:919-920 Ap 162. (KIRA 15:6) 1. Moskovskiy gosudarstvannyy universitet imeni Lomonosova, khimicheakiy fakul'tat i Institut khinii silikatov AN SSSR. (Heat of adsorption) (Pentane) (Ethyl ether) (7,eolite crystals) S/069/63/025/001/001/008 B101/B166 AUTHORS: Dzhigit, 0. M., Kiselev, A. V., Muttik, G. G. TITLE: Nature of adsorption by zeolites. Differential heat of adsorption of diethyl other vapor and n-pentane vapor on porous crystals PERIODICAL: Kolloidnyj zhurnal, v. 25*, no- 1, 1963, 54-42 TEXT: The adsorption properties of molecules having similar geometric but different electronic structures were studied. For this purpose diethyl ether and n-pentane adsorbed on porous zeolite crystals of type 13X (0-97Na 2O*Al203* 2.96sio2) and 10X (0-3111'a 20*0.66CaO-A'203* 2.95SiO,) were used. The results were compared with those obtained earlier Zh- fiz. .,Iso contained Ca +ions. khimii, 36, 919, 1962) for zeolite 5A which Its channelways, however, were narrower than those of 1OX. Results: In 13X, the adsorption heat 11 of ether was approximately'801/a higher than Q . of "aE a pentane. '~aE was almost constant as the amount a (mmoles/g) of adsorbed - _4 1 /3 Nature of adsorption by 3/069/63/025/001 /001 /008 B101/B186 1140, 1153, 1961; R. M. Barrer, W. 1. Stuarto Proc. Roy. Soc.j A249, 464# 1959. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy universitet im. M. V. Loir.onosova, Khimicheskiy fakulltet (M 'oscow University imeni M. V. Lomonosov, Chemical Division) SUBMITTED: July 12, 1962 Card 3/3 [I Zii !G 7T (j.j'4. ; , A. V. ; !,I ; Aj'i Il i~ll I Heat of adsorptlon of water vapors on zeo--ite Df tre Lype. Zhur. fiz. khim. 38 1. Maskovskiy gosudarstvenn-ry -,iniversltet im(,ni --c :cv FL C~-askly f akul I te t. 11 e, 01 USSR/General Pr4 bless of Teaching Abst Journal t Referat Zhur - Fiziks, No 12, 1936, 33612 Author t Mutule, 0. Institution Nose Titl* Several Practical Projects in Physics for the Ninth and Tenth Classes original Periodical Padonju Latvijas Skola, 1956, No 1, 74-77, Latvian Abstract None A-3 Card 1/1 ZIYEMELIS, K. (Ziemelis, K.]; MUTIILIS,,.F.; GUDRINIYETSE, E. [Gudriniece, E.]; VANAG9 G. (Vanags, G.1, akademik 2-Arylamino-./*-phenyl-5-benzoylthiazoles. Dokl. AN SSSR 164 no.1:106-109 S 165. (mm 1839) 1. Rizhskiy politekhnicheskiy institut. 2. AN Latviyskoy SSR (for Vanag). ACC We AV6027781 Monograph ' 06 UIV Garbj~zov.,j~_Yr,'-~_; I~10~1_cnis, V- K.; Mut.ushev, G.-A.; Naret, G.. B...; FodborsZy, L._,YE. Uspenskiy, V. F-~ .I A Continuous excavating machines; _ design and constructim (Zemleroynyye mashiny nepre- ryvnogo deystviya; kons-trukts1i I raschety) Moscow,!zd-vo "Moshinostroyeniye," 1965. 275 P. illus., biblio., tables. 3700 copies pr-Inted. PURPOSE NID COVERAGE; ql-P- book descr-lbes the basic type of continously operatLng excavating machines, such as chain and mtor trench excavators, chain bucket transverse excavators, open-cut excavators, elevating graders, as well as excavatine machines used in irrigation and reclamation construction. The discussion of desigrl includes detenrination of the basic parameters of machiie3, power values of drive mechanism, general statistical and dynamic calculaticns, and load conditions of units and assemblies. The book Is intended for engineerIng and technical personnel of design offices and machine building plants. It may also be useful for students of civil engineering and machine building. 11~em ar-_ 54 reflerences, of which 52 are Soviet. TABLE OF 00NrENTS [abridgedj: 1ritryiduction -- 3 Ch. I. The field of application and the classification of continuosly operating - 5 excavating machines Card 112 uDc: 621.879.4.002.2 ACC NRs Ch. H. InterrelationsUp between the operating machine and the soJ1 - 10 Ch. III. Me drive mechanism and the automation of operating processes - 23 Ch. IV. Conveyer installations - 33 Ch. V. Chain trench excavators - 53 Ch. VI. Rotary trench excavaton - 97 Ch. VII. Chain bucket transverse excavators - 134 Ch. VIII. Rotary open-cut excavatom - 156 Ch. IX. Elevating graders - 200 CH. X. Continuous excavating madiines for the construction of irrigation and drain- age canals - 228 Ch. XI. Different types of continuous excavators and pmspects of their de-,elop- - ment - 263 Bibliography - 271 SUB COLE: Q / SUBM DATE: 15Apr65/ OIRIG FEP: 052/ OM REP: 002 Ccwd 2/2 4 KUTUSHEY, G.A., inshener; SHALKAM.D.A.. inzhener. Fore'~~M one-bucket excavators with hydrsulir! drive. Stroij dor.mashinostr. 2 no.7:38-39 A 157. (KLRA 10:7) (Bwavatiag owhinery) GARBUZOV, Z.Ye.; ILIGISONIS, V.K.- MUTUSHEV G.A.; NAREr, G.B.; -~~T PODBORSKIY, L.Ye., kand. ~ekhh'.-Waiuk M45KIY f V. P. ; FEDCROV, A.P.,, inzh., retsenzent [Continuous action earth-digging machines; designs ana calculations] Zemleroinye mashiny nepreryvnogo deistviia; konstruktsii I raschety. [By] Z.E.Garbuzov i dr. Moskva, Mashinostroenie, 1965. 274 p. (MIRA 18:7) 7f.-f . *.UTHORS i Mikhlin, D. M., Mutuskin, A. A. 20-118-4-42/61 'TITLE: Proto-Hematin and Respiration in Plants (Prctogematin dykhaniye rasteniy) PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR, 1958, Vol, 118, Nr 4, Pp. 7178-761 (USSR) I Irt- ABSTRACTs At present it cannot be doubted that the oxydative cyto- chromous system is predominating in che first stages of de- velopment of the plants, or perhaps the only system to com- plete the biological oxidation at tle cost of the molecular oxygen (reference 1). The respiratoiy mechanism is, however, also differentiated with the develoi)ment of the organism in consequence of the anatomic differe-itiation, as was proved several times for animals (referpnc3 2). In the plants the predominating of the chromoxidaze over other oxidases decre- ases gradually with the aging of tle plants (reference A). In various tissues any one of the knovn completing oxidases be- gins to predominate. The chemical -Lature of these new fer- ments can, however, not be conside:-ed as finally explained. The activity of the cytochromous system is extremely unequal Card 1/4 not only for different sections, lut even for one and the same Proto-Hematin and Respiration in Plants 20-118-4-42/61 organ (references 5,6). In any case tie cytochromous system is a very active catalytic system. Its intensive catalysis corresponds to the high metabolic activity of the growing tissue. It was the authorts task to determine the iron-por.- phyrine-compounds (haemen) in various tissues of the plant in connection with the morphological and physiological differ- entiation (reference 7). It was especially important to de- termine comparatively the prctohematin content in those parts of the barley germ in which earlier (reference 5) the activ- ity of the cytochromous oxidase had teen determined. Further- more the same was to be carried out in 3 zones of the lower root section with various morphological structure and physi- ological functions (reference 8): 1) In the tip-meristemat-le tissue in a length of 3 mm from the iip, 2) in the cell pro- liferation zone (4-6 mm from the tipN and 3) in the top sec- tion (7 - 10 mm from the tip) with completed cell regener- ation processes. The substance (200 rig) which was treated with alcohol was pulverized in in presence of 50 mg sodium hydrosulfite. After 20 minute3 3 ml n NaOH were added. A.fter further 20 minutes the materiaL was centrifuged for 5 minutes (1700 revs/min). Protohemochromogen was determined Card 2/4 with the spectrophotometer SF-4 by measuring the light Proto-Hematin and Respiration in Plants 20 absorption at 555 MO, Figure 1 shows the samples of spectra of hemochromogen from various parts of the leaf of barley. The comparative distribution of protohem (intper 100 mg dry weight) is very irregular. The highest concentration is bound to the tip of the leaf, of an approximative length of I cm. The content in the lower centimeter of the root approximates this value (8A . Then follows cotyled6ne (6r and the other leaf- and root parts. These datapobt.. ;t0 a -ertain corre- lation between the content of protohematin and the activity of the hemoprotein ferments (cytochromoxidase and catalase This and the distribution of protohematin in certain root sections can confirm the assumption (reference 9) that proto- hem is a predecessor of other iron porphyrine compounds. The relation of the protohematin content to the protein rises in the root from the tip up to the 10th millimeter, i.e. from the meristematic tissue up to the zone of the ripe cells. Furthermore -,,he content of this hem decreases to the 50th millimeter. These data are in correlation with the data ob- tained already earlier by the authors (reference 5) concer- ning the respiratory intensity of the homogenates from diff- erent root sections as well as with data (reference 14) on Card 3/4 the course of the intensity modification of the respIration Proto-Hematin and Respiration in Plants 20-118 -4-42/fCl 1 of undestroyed wheat roots with increasing distance from its tip. There are 1 figure and 14 references, 5 of which are Soviet, ASSOCIATION: Institute for Biochemistry imeni A. N. Bakh,AS USSR (Insti- tut biokhiirii im. A. N. Bakha Akademii nauk SSSR) PRESENTED: October 12, 1957, by A. I. Oparin, Academician SUBMITTEDa October 10, 1957 AVAILABLE3 Library of ConCress Card 4/4 9W", 17(4) AUTHORS: - Mikhlin, D. M., Mutuskin, A. A. SOV/20-12ir-4-66,174' TITLE: Non-mitochondrial Oxidation of Reduced Diphospho-yrill-r.,, Nucleotide in the Root of Plants (Nemitokhondriallnoye ukis- leniye vosstanovlennogo difoefopiridinnukleotida v korne rastenija) PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR, 1959, Vol 125, Nr 4, pp 92--,-q-7 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The oxidation of reduced pyridine nucleotides (DPN an~-' TP10 mentioned in tile title occurs mainly through flavoprotein, cytochrome C, and cytochrome oxidase. This is the most ef- ficient intra-cellular mechanism of oxidation of the above mentioned nucleotides (Ref 1) and through them - of the do- composition products of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins in the living organism. In nozi-mitochondrial parts of the c,,-to- plasm this oxidation is effected by other catalysts. Thus, cytochrome b 59 which is a selfoxidizing hemoprotein catalyst (Refs 2,3), was found in animal microsomes. In vegetable micro- somes this role is assumed by cytochrome b 3 besides other oxidation systems (Ref 4). These systems are neither bound to Card 1/4 cytochrome C nor to cyt6chrome oxidase. Further oxidative SOV/20-125-4-0'6/74 Non-mitochondrial. Oxidation of Reduced Diphosphopyridine Nucleotide ir. the Root of Plants Card 2/4 reductive systems which aro able to transfer electrons from DPN directly to molecular or peroxide oxygen function ir, non- mitochondrial cytoplasm fractions of the vegetable cell. in opposition to the formerly mentioned systems (b 3) t~ley are extremely sensitive to toxins capable of binding heavy metals. The authors have investigated these and other systems in various tissues of barely root, which differ anatomically as -tell as by their predominant physiological functions. It has been proved before that the activity of hemoprotein ferments may depend or, these factors (Ref 7). In that study the com- parative activity of a mixture of cytoplasm fractions (micro- somes, soluble fraction), obtadned by the method described in reference 4, was investigated. T h e c h e m i c a 1 n a t u r e 0 f catal~ist--, o x i d i z i n g D P N o u t s i d e of vegetable mi to c h o a d r i a. As expected (Ref 9) it was proved that at least 2 ferments participate in the non-mitochordrial oxidation of reduced pyridine nucleotide coenzymes: 1) fiavoprotein oxidase, zhic" transfers the hydrogen of the coenzyme -directly to the nx.',gen SOV/20-125-4-66//-74 N o n d t C- nitochondrial Oxidation of Reduced Diphosphopyridine Nuclecti Root of Plants and 2) some peroxidase which completes 'he oxidation at the cost of the hydrogen peroxide produced under t~e flavoprotein. The effect of inhibiting and activating ag-i.ts was taker. into account. Addition of H 0, multiplies t-e- 2 e oxidation rate. Ascorbic acid (as inhibiting agent) strc,,,61y inhibits this kind of oxidation in opposition tc other s,,.stems (Ref 11). As a result of these facts it is justified tc assume t1nat the system of DP11-oxidase consists of 2 ccmzonents !flavo- protein oxidase + peroxidase). On the otht:r hand oxidp-tior. outside of the mitochondria car. -,!so be effected by peroxid!ise alone (Ref 12). C o m p a r a t i v e a c t 11 v i t o f D P N - o x i d a s e o f v a r i o u s p a r t s o f t h e r o o t. The non-mitochondrial oxidation of the reduced coenzyme and thereby the Gxidaticr. of various metabolites in meristematose tissue, calculated or, protein, is much fainter than in differentiated mature tissue- There are 1'. ref~r;~!ncz!s, 3 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Institut biokhimii im. A. N. Bakha Akademii nauk SSSR (Institute of Biochemistry imeni A. N. Bakh of the Academy of Card 3/4 Sciences USSR) MUTUSKIN, .11. 11. (U135i) "The K03yntliesis of ?r,)to-i,,ieli by !lants (Re--id by titl~.),Il Report presented at t~e 5t-~ Internatimal- Hociemist-y C-m-,'ress, Moscow, 10-16 August 1961 MUTUSKINY A.A.; PSHENOVA, K.V.; KOLESNIKOV, P.A. Biological role of the nonhemin iron of wheat germs. Dokl. AN SSSR 150 no.1:184,187 Yq 163. (1URA 16:6) 1. Inatitut biokhimii im. A.N.Bakha AN SSSR. Prodstavleno akademikom A.I.Oparinym. (Wheat germ) (Iron) (Hemina) Y-'.JTTJ.-,Kltl, A,A, Incorporation of amino aci.-~s ir'-o p-l-agttl-; -,' 'ne e!n--.',ri^ '60 .1 ' whea,. tissue, Dokl. AN SSSR "'61 TIC~J-1145&-14 Ar '-~, 1'3-~ 1, lrn3tttut biokhirrit im. A,N. HfLkha AN Stibmlt',el Jfily 2-5, 1 ~U. Mutlyrv, M. S. Obrabotka Metallov Davleniyp-m, Sbornik Statey, Metallurgizdat, 1952, SOV/ 137-1)8-8-16857 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr (USSF~j AUTHOR. Mut,yev. M.S. TITLE: ~-~~ods of Analysis of Spread in Grooves (Metody rascheta ushireniya v kalibrakh) PERIODICAL: Tr. Nauchno-tekhri. o-va chernoy metallurgii. Ukr. resp. pravi., 1~57, Vol 2, pp 34-57 ABSTRACT~ An analysis of the 5hortcomings of existing equations and methods of calculation provides the basis for suggesting a new method of calculating spread in simple passes, based on deter- mination of the displaced areas. In this method, not only the factors present in the rolling of rectangular strip over a smooth body are considered, but also: 1) Inequality of breakdown across the width of the pass; 2) slope of groove walls; 3) differ- ences in time of bite of various portions of the strip resulting in thc development of zones of deformation outside the contact area and in an increase in spread. 1. Steel-Processin,- 2. Rc Ing rdlls-Perforrmnce S. G. Card 1/1 3. l'--thematico SO V I/ I ~17_:;8_ 12-Z-44io Translation from: Referat:vnyy zhUrnal Mcti311u!g-vj ["4;8. Nr -1. p 66 (USSR) AUTHOR. Mut yev, MS - TITLE: Determination of Spreid in Plain-bod)ed Rolls i0predelenive ushireni- ya pri prokatke v prostvkh kahbrakh) PERIODICAL. Tr. Mezf~VLLZ. naLlChVIO-teki-ri. konferentsit ria teML1 Sovrem. dostizh. prokdtn proiz-va ' Leningrad, 19i8. pp 62-65 ABSTRACT. A method of calculating spread ,n ov-il. diamond, and square passes, based on determination of the cl,,spla(ecl volumes (areasi going to longitudinal and lateral deformation with considerat.on of the influence of pass-wall taper and zones of dcforn-idtion beyond the contact area. An equation of the Petrov-Siebel ty2c is suggested for analysis of spread in oval passes A b z K , Y-17 FFr ~j- _T 'C1 , w Y, e r e C I ~ 1) 1 1 S the height of the given square; E-h ~ C I - ho ; _1~_O, is the mean height of the oval; TU-r is the mean rolling diameter; and K is a coefficient that comes to 0. 4Spread of an oval strip in a square pdss is defined by the formula Ab ~ K bo FZ_ ) R rbo -h) / bo -, whe i e b ~ Qov Card I /Z hov is the rnean height of the oval when in the vertical pos)1ion and Determination of Spread in Ptain-bodied Rolls (cont.1 SO V/137- ~id- ;2-244 K~0. 3-0-35. The spread of a square strip in a diamond pass (without rounding) is determined by the equation Ab=(O.Z+ 0. 08 Ix /b )b ah /hl where hl is the height of the square strip, i.e. , the vertical diagonai; b? is'the spread if the diamond-shaped strip without rounded corners; and ix is the mean length of the contact area. When diamond strip is rolled in a square pass, Ab ~ (0 2 + 0 121, )b * 8h/hj . The deviation uf the calculated results from the experimental is Ya. G Card 2/2 Sc'Vj 133/58-c4-15/29 AUTHOR: Mut'L914~k-- TITtB: The Determination of the Area of an Oval Roll Pass (0-predeleniye ploshchadi oval'nykh kalibrov) PERIODICAL: Stal', 19581 Nr 9, pi-, J235-824 (USSR) ABJ3TRACT: Formulae for the above determination ;-~,-re -Jven. are 2 fi:;-ures and 2 referenc0s; both of t-lie r~afarnnces are Soviet. ASSOCIATION- Dnepropetrovs-kiy me tall urgic he s ~riy in3tit~it (Dnepropetrovsk Metallurgical Institute) Card 1/1 S/137/62/000/001/072/237 A060/A101 AUTUOR: Mut I yev, M. S:. T~=: Determination of the transverse spread deformation at metal upset- ting between two flat plates PERIODICAL; Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, no. 1. 1962, 1, abstract ID3 ("Naucbn. tr. Dnepropetrovsk. metallurg. in-t", 1958, no". 36, 114 - 138) - EV The author considers the methods proposed by others for determining the.transverse deformation at upsetting. Experiments which have been.carried out on the upsetting of specimens Indicate -that at a coefficient of friction f > 0.2 one can approximateiy assume the "normal" scheme, where the spread comes from metal of the triangles formed by the.bisectors. If the coefficient of fric- tion 4~0.2, then an increased spread is resulted at up*etting. At a coefficient of friction f ~d 0 there occurs a "radial" scheme under which the similarity of the upset rectangle is preserved (uniform.upsetting). Studies of the upsetting of specimens with a low coefficient of friction f = 0.05 - 0.20 show, that as the friction decreases the spread increases, since the scheme of the stressed Card 1/2 Determination of the... S/137/62/000/001/072/237 A060/AI01 state approaches the uniform one. At a wide focus of" deformation, in the presence of rigid ends, the relative and the absolute spread are reduced. The study of spread under rolling has shown that the formulae for the calculation of spread in that case have the same form as the formulae for spread at upsetting. N. Yudina Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card 2/2 SOV/133-59-5-19/31 AUTHORSz Chekmarev, A.P., Academician of the Ac.Sc. Uk-r.SSR, Dinnik, A.A., Grudev, A.P., Mutlyev, M.S., Spiridonov,N.P., Candidates of Technical Science-s-a-n-d-V-orotyntsev, Yu.V., Engineer TITLE: On Maximum Angles of Bite During Rolling (0 maksimallnykh uglakh zakhvata pri prokatke) (1) PERIODICAL: Stall, 1959, Nr 5, pp 444-445 (USSR) ABSTRACT: These are remarks on the paper of B.P. Bakhtinov "Utilisation of Reserve Friction Forces During Rolling on a Blooming Hill" (Stall, 1957, Nr 2) which was discussed during a conference on working of metals by pressure in Dnepropetrovsk. In the original paper, the author attempted to explain why the theoretical relationship ae = 2(xb(where a e - maximum angle of bite during the steady state process of rolli--ig' a - maximum angle of bite ,b during the initial moment of feed ng metal into rolls) is not confirmed by practice. The present authors point out that the work of the Rolling Section of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR established the deciding influence of scale on the coefficient of friction which Card 1/3 led to the following conclusions: 1) Scale has little On Maximum Angles of Bite During Rolling SOV/133-59-5-19/31 influence on the initial conditions of bite as during the mouent of feeding the metal. into the rolls, the latter break off the scale from the edges of theApecimen being fed into them, leaving clean metal. 2) The relatively small influence of scale on the friction coefficient and maximum angle of bite during slipping and stoppage of metal in rolls is also due to breaking off of scale from the contact surface of the rolls. 3) The Bcale reduces considerably (2 - 2.5 times) the coefficLent of friction dur'-.i,.,, the steady state rolling process, whereupon a wide field cf instability of the process appears - from a b~t,~ tn,,;Ie belo;v the friction angle (at cK 7~~. 240 and the rAtirj cf a /(x < 1 ) up to b e b ~%-- friction angles correSpOn&Lng tG complete slipping (a b= 39-400). 4) On rolling specimens from which scale was removed, a sharp increase of the friction coefficient was observed, whereupon a stable rolling process is attained at an angle Card 2/3 of bite ae = 39-40o and a ratio ae/a b ---~ 1-7. On Maximum Angles of Bite During Roll:Lng SOV/133-59-5-19/31 5) On rolling specimens for which no attempt was made to preserve or remove the scale, the ratio of the angles of bite varied within a wide range - from 1-5 to values below unity. Thus, the ratios of angles of bite obtained during rolling a e/(Xb= 1.25 - 1.35 (Ref 4) and occasionally below unity should be explained mainly by a decrease in the friction coefficient on transfer from the initial stage of bite to the steady state process induced by the scale or other causes. With preliminary removal of scale and forced feeding of metal into the rolls, a steady state pro- gress can be obtained at large angles of bite. In conclusion it is stated that the corrections of Bakhtinov relating to the steady state conditions of rolling are incorrect. There are 5 Soviet references. Card 3/3 AUViOR- Mut'ev' M, S, 37/6 2 /00o/oo -1/0 39/072 A060/A 10 T-ITLE t On dividing a pass In-to elemen'~s for rolling wl*r. nonwil'orm redu'-- -ion PER7~OD-_CAL Re'erativnyy zh-urnal, Me~,a!__Urglya' r.'D. 7, i9k6_, -9, aus-!-a~-, 7:~_50 ("l-r. Konferertslil; Tekhn, progress v takhrio. prokatr. prolz-va". 3verdlovsk, Me*,allarrglzda~, :960, 290-303i To assure the same spread in differer-* e1ern-ar.-~s of a pass, I, is impor,~,ant; to nave the ,orrect, division of the pass into elements in which equal spreads should ensure the uniformity of spread of the entire profile. The magni- tude of partial spreads varies depending on the method of division. The division should be carried out. by taking '_nt3 a3~oun-. the redi~tiar process in eaen ele- men~. in groovlr4z rolls f,-,r the rolling of tee profiles In rit groovl-rigs 'tne walls in the sheel, greovings of the sneif should ce separated for the entire heignt- of the pass, i.e. these passes nave a different division of the profile In-o element5. In dousle Tet- 'casses -,he deforma-_Jor process proaeeds in a morl~ -omplicated fashlor., 11r. :onner-'~Ion It Is ne.-essa.-y to pay sperial at-.en*,Ion Card 1/2 S/ 1 3 J./6 ~10001007/039,1072 On dividing a pass in-o A060/A ~0: to the condl-.Ions of' deforma-'or. in -ne f-&rges- --c- :orre~.- me-nod '--~ ne I - a:-.g e s r, - e.;td :--ord.*.ng -,o -,heir en-,.re cal-u'-a-tio- of - il E. .---Ylxovlh [Abs-rac-er'E no!e. .~:Mp-eF Card 2/2 S/1137/6'./CCC/006/028/092 A006/A!C. AUTHOR, Mu-7.'yev, M.S. TITLE- ~& :f widenIng d-irlng r.~-ln.g Dn a smc--.n.r Derivatilr,n of , "Drirti PERIODICAL% Referativryy zhu--7ia,. Merall-urglya, no. ~., 1961, 2, abstrac, "D9 ("Nauchn. tr. DnepropeLr, metallurg. in-t", 1960, no. Y), Ir2_172) TEXT'- The suggested derivation of a fornraia of w;dening !q ba3ed on the calc,a~.a~lon of widen,ng z:,--ej3 determ-ined t-y iines ~lf s~reases. nal ano- -.rarsver2e s-.:,essez are de',emirt~d or. he na:3,_s :f elemew,ary me-~5-1 pazsirg -.Kr~~ugh -he dc-f:rTra-.'.,-,r. seat a mel.noi deve--oped r,7 A,--, , -,he ~,-mp_~-x r-a-.ure ::f -.Ile f:)rmilkle derived, it is suggested .i widening c-y a f.:rmul~a, taking -1 y ~f d"fl--ma-,I-:i, -_r-,-A',,jre -f r-1.9 aLnJ _-.ner Into a--coin- -nc factorE. The f:!mrrula der-ve,: was hkDa-irac.-~er'o, n,---e-. Card 1/1 MUT-YEV, M. S. Doc Tech Sci - (diss) "Study of expansion end mean coefficient of drawing-out in rolling with uneven reduction in area." Mos- cow, 1961. 34 pp; (Ministry of Higher and Secondary Specialist Education RSFSR, Moscow Order of Labor Red Banner Inst of Steel imeni I. V. Stalin); 200 copies; price not given; list of author's works on PP 33-34 (13 entries); (KL, 7-61 sup, 230) NUTIYEV M. S,, kand. tekhn. nauk _7 p -- _- Datemining the height of the initial billet for rolling in closed section groove. Nauch. trady MU no.48:192-205 162. (MA 153 10) (Rolling(Neta:~ork)) KjTly~~'V, I-larluil 'tepano-:1-i- . 1, fG"ving of rouehing rr.'1:1 A F iibrovka valk,,v. -1 1 r, Noslcva. Metallur-giia, YA4. 189 P. (: *I i-LA -L! : 1 ri ) 18(3) SOV/127-59-'~-4/27 -TH -'Gi~S: Kandyba,bl.I., Candidate of Tec~inical Sci-nees, Mutylo, A.V. and 2austov, G.T. , ~Xrivoy Ro ) ILHT17. The Development of New Levels in Uines of t:ic Krivoy Rog Basin. (Pod-otovk4novykh gorizontov na shakhtakh Krivorozhskogo basseyna.) F.,--I'ICDICAL: Gornyy zhurnal, 1959, Nr 4, pp 28-32 (USM) T-I:UCT- Different methods of developing new mining levels in mines of the Krivoy Rog Basin are described in this article. As the exploitation of mines of the region is usually conducted by the method of coupled levels, the cuttinG of hauling ga-- leries, drift and cross-drifts must be realized keeping in mind that they must serve for hauling, communi(.ation in:! aeration purposes for a very long period of time (up to 22 years). More- lard 11'3 over, t!le use of larEer trolleys (15-20 tons 3CV/12--59-4-4/27 7-te Development of ITe-;,, Levcls in Miness of 'Uhc :'~ivoy Rog Basin. capacity) noce-,-~;JCate:3 lai-~(-,r *--;.aulinZ; r-alleries, more elaborate sUrenothenint-, cuiu maint-cnance. The Krivbassproyelft Institute elaborated t-,.-,,o methods of development b '-- cou~~led, lovels. The first method fores"2es the cuttinC of two-way cross- drifts on eac'-_ level, an'- tulle Water-pumpin, in- stallation an: a bur_,ker on the base-level. The second met"--cd foreseer, tl---F. ci_:_'Ltin;- of cross- drifts on tjh-e base Invel only. The intermediate level is then Jevel-'-D_-! throur,'_ th-) blind shaft, and headinCs o_;7-e -,-,it from ar'J.fts of' the base level. Losser :~aI.LSC'!! ~;Y -,r(-- ire 1--.i-ely covered by the ec3nor-ies realized in otner capital uillin.-r e=,en,'Ature. Only in t')e Oktyabkrl~ skaya mine ar~~ lcsses in the o-itl;ut of the !:ar- tin Gre, larger than tli- realized economies. The author _-flvicec not tr) t!,-, above SOV/12?-59 11-412? The Development of New Levels in Mines of the Krivoy Rog Basin. methods until an effective and economical m--thod of caking the crushed Martin ores is found. There are 3 diagrams, 4 graphs and 1 table. ASSOCIATICK: NMRI,, Krivoy Rog Card 3/3 Mu"UNN, 1. X. Ostoosynthesis using metal pine [with summary in NngllshJ. Ibir-wrglis 34 no.78106-110 JI 158 (MIRA 11:9) (YIUCTMM. surgOT7 ostoosynthesis with metal pine (Rus)) IOUCHAID23, A.N. "I -- Characteristics of the performance of trucks with pnewatte brakes operating In mountainous areas. Trudy Inst. mt. AN Orux. SSR 103221- 223 160. (NINA 13:12) (Motor trucics-Bralces) USSR/Farm kn--Umils - General Problc-,.w. Abs Jour : ~-ci* - Biol., No 13j, ic~~53, 33262 Autbor : 'hn:._a, A. Inst Title vith Ac'.cls. Orig Pub lots--al.'-stik pollumalaadr-,, Y57, No 6, 257-258 Abs-~ract Vtor dissolveCl u- in proportions oZ 1 I '~o 1 : 20, a 90 percon" crude formic acid (o. Gorman ori -r ,,Lr, with the name of "Amasil") a. ,aadi Farm for Studies of the AcadoLV of Agriculture, as well as at the ri.Diental farm. This fo.-mic acid solution (30-3.) 1- ,.scd for the o.. 1 ton of green an preparation :o: co-iscvvation of unL,-o,-'--~'-, 6,.:r - ,_,a-,3 o' clover and o- -'ccn foddor ricl, Ii. uovis plants, even at It.c -,-u-uth stages (pH of 3ilac3 4-4-3-8). Good Alage (pH of 4.4) al,~-,) Card 1/2 1/1 A. .1 ts., kand. sellkhoz. nauk; KRUUS, A. red.; P RIDALA, E., tek-hn. red. [Dairy cattle feeding on a scienxific basis; scientific principles of winter feeding and new feed rations] Fi- imakarja sZ76tmine teaduslikule alusele; talvise s6btmise korraldar-ise tenduslikke lKhtekohti ja uued s6btmisnormid. Tallinn, Eesti Hiiklik Kirjastus, 1962. 59 p. (MIRA 17: 1) _p?~Rfl KRUUS, A., red.; KOHU, H., tekhn. eLi. MUUGA,-.4gujjt, [General theory of feeds] Uldine sUbtmis5petus. Teine, ilmbertiMtatud trig. Tallinn, Eesti RiJkli Kirjastus. Vol.l. 1963. 2-49 P. (MIRA 17:1) (Faeding and feeds) r 3/613/61/000/017/005/011 c'10 7~) D051/D113 AUTHORS: Lushchik, N.Ye. and Muuga, I.A. TITLE- The spectroscopy of crystals activated by meroury-li~ce ions. II. Calcium orthophosphate phosphors SOURCE: A-k--demiya nauk Estonskoy SSR. Institut fiziki i astronomit. Trudy, no. 17, 1961. Issledovaniya po lyuminestsentsii, 67-86. TEXT: This paper is a continuation of investigations of the spectral characteristics of alkali halide crystals -activated by mercury-like ions, which were conducted by Ch.B.Lushchik and N.Ye.Lushchik from 1955 to 1960. The Dresent work describes the simple laboratorial method of preparation andl the 'spectral features of a group of phosphors based on Ca ~O(PO4)2 and acti- .vated by mercury-like ions. Calcium orthophosphate phosp rs were studied because of the need for economy in cheap luminophores suitable as spectral lily transformers in luminescent lamps of ultraviolet emission 253.7; The results of the study were satisfactory. -The excitation and 185 m Card 1/2 The spectroscopy S/613/61/000/017/005/011 D051/D113 emission spectra of the impurity centers were measured at 2930 and 1Y0, K and compared with the spectral characteristics of free Ga+ , Ge 4-+ , in , Sn++, Tl+ and Ph ++ ions. The comparison permitted interpretinE the electron structure of the snectra of the studied phosphors. A.V.Moskin, P.M.Pekerma4 A.V.Mlorozova, MWALnnik , and L.I.Karaseva are thanked for help rendered. There are 7 figures and 1 table. The most important English-lani.Kuage reference is: K.Butler, J.Electrochem.Soo., 100,250, 1953. SUMUTTEDt April 20, 1961 Card 2/2 S/613/62/000/018/004/013 E039/EI20 AUTHORS: Muuga,-I.A., and Lushchik, N.Ye. TITLEs on the sensitized luminescence of Ca 3(PO4)2 -Ga, Mn and Ca 3(PO1d2-1r' Mn SOURCE: Akademiya nauk Estonskoy SSR. Inatitut fiziki i astronom-ii. Trudy. no.18. 1962. Issledovaniya po lyuminestsentsii. 51-56 TEXT: This work forms part of a program for the development of phosphors for use in mercury discharge tubes. The method of preparation is as described in an earlier paper by the same authors. Mn is added as Mn02 and fired in air, while Ga and In are activated by firing in an evacuated quartz ampoule. Concentrations are: Mn - 5 mole ~~; Ga and in - I mole ~o. Examination of the phosphors under an ultraviolet microscope showed that all the phosphor grains luminesced with the same spectral composition. ExcitAtion and emission spectra of Ca 3(PO 4) -Ga; Ca 3(P04)2 -Ga, Mn; Ca 3(PO4)2- In and Ca3(PO4)2- In, Mn were obtained. The extitation and emission Card 1/2 s/613/62/000/018/o04/oI3 On the sensitized luminescence of .. . E039/El20 spectra due to In and Ga centres do not depend on the presence of ~jn, while the excitation spectra of the excitation spectra of the sensit Mn practically coincides with izers. The quantum yield of sensitized luminescence due to Mn 2+ centres in Ca Mn 3(PO4)2-ln' -Ga, NIn depends on the and Ca. (P0 ) frequency of the exciting light 4 2 3 in the region of the sensitizer exci tation band and is related to the electron transitions I 1 3 d I S -7~ pI an S ---) P. The migration of energy from In and Ga ions to Mn ions is established and occurs more easily i n Ca 3(POO. than in the alkali -Ga halide phosphors. Both Ca (PO 4) - In, Mn . Mn and Ca (P04) 2 3 2 3 are suitable as spectral converters in mercury lamps. There are 2 figures. SUBMITTED: December 16, 1961 Card 2/2 ACCESSION NR: AT4020793 3/000/023/0022/0037 S/2613/6 AUTHOR: Lushchik, Ch. B.; Lushchik, N. Ye.; M ;4~j. A. TITLE: Band spectra of crystals activated with Z~ercury-like ions. Part 1. SOURCE: AN EstSSR. Institut fiziki I astronomii. Trudy*, no. 23, 1963, Issledovaniya po lyuminestsentsil (Research in luminescence), 22-37 TOPIC TAGS: luminescence, luminescence spectru, band spectrum. phosphor, phosphor luminescence, crystalline phosphor, mercury-like luminescence activator, crystal vibration ABSTRACT: The method of luminescent probes may be successfully used for the study of physical phenomena in solid bodies. Rare-earth ions, which give off a linear emission of complex structure, are most frequently employed as the probes. The author also notes that the so-called merc * 3.+ Ge2+, In+, Sn2+, Sb3+ ury-like ions (G., Tl+, Pb2+, Bi3+) may be used in investigating the physical processes in allcai halide crystals. A detailed study of the spectral characteristics of alkali halid& crystals, activated with mercury-like tons, has demonstrated that in these phosphors theibsorption and emission spectra at 100K (for KC1-T1 even at 4.2K).are continuous bands without an osci, llating structure. The sharp difference in spectra for mercury-like centers in crystals of the types AIMVI and AMVIL j Card .1/3 ACCESSION NR: AT4020793 Which are structurely similar, deserves careful attention. The purpose of the present work was to determine the conditions necessary for the observation of a vibrational struc- ture in the spectra of mercury-like centers. Ile authors have attempted to utilize luminescent ions for an experimental investigation of the vibrational processes itt the icrystals. The shapes of the emission and excitation spectra of KC1-Bi, Ca3(PO4)2-Bi, CaO-Bi and CaS-Bi phosphors were investigated at 295 and 100K. The phosphors with large i Stokes losses (KC1-Bi) have continuous emission and excitation spectra. In the case of phosphors having relatively small Stokes losses (CaO-Bi), at 100K a series of clearly marked equidistant bands were observed against the background of the a)ntinuous emission and excitation spectra. The authors discuss the characteristic features of the continuous and band spectra, and their electronic (ISO V 3p and 3p, --.a- 1SO transitions in Bi3 + 1 centers) and vibrational structure. The hypothesis is advanced that the band spectra arise Ias the result of the interaction of the electrons with the localized modes of vibration which, in turn, interact with the crystal vibrations. The authors found, in conclusion, that mer- cury-like centers with small Stokes losses may serve as convenient luminescent probes for the investigation of vibrational processes in solid bodies. 'Ve are grateful to N. Kristofell, V. Mzhuyakov and G. Zavt for their discussion on the theoretical work In electron-phonon interaction in crystals and to X. K. Rebane for oritiod rmarks. 11 Orig. art. has: 1 table and 3 figures. Card ACCESSION NR; AT4020793) ASSOCIATION: Institut fiziki I astronomil AN EstSSR (institute of Physics and Astronomy,,AN EntSSR) SUBMIT'iED: 21Jan63 DATE ACQ: 07Apr64 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: PH NO REF SOV: 023 OTHER: 013 Card 3/3 .1 0 MUURISEPPIO Aleksei; TMONOK, Gip rods t25th anniversax-t of Sovlot Estonia, 25- letle Sovetskol Eston1l, Tanitn, EeBti Ramat# 1965. 176 p. (MRA 18:8) 1. Prednedatell Prezidlum Verkhov-nogo Soveta Estonskoy SSR (for 14~~isepp). AALOE, A., nauchnyy sotr.; MARK, E., nauchnyy sotr.; MWINIL, R., nauchnyy sotr ;_MUURISEPP, K., nauchnyy sotr.; ORVIKU, K., nauchnyy sotr:; ln'VILA, H., red.; TOOMSALU, E., tekhri. red. [Stragigraphic review of the Palcozoic and Quaternary deposits of Estonia] Ulevaade Eesti aluspohja ja pinnakatte atratigra- aftast. Tallinn, Eesti IISV TeadusteAkademiaGeoloogiia Instituut, 1960. 61 p. (MIRA 15:1) 1. Geologicheskiy institut Akademii nauk Estonskoy SSR (for Aaloe, Mark, ManxiiI, Muuriaepp.,Orviku). (Estonia-Geology, Stratigraphic) ~,story of technclogy and the natural sciences. p. 219. EF-STT LCCD'IS I-T T,,~,vluste "kkadeemia) T.~rtoi, Est.n,.Ji-k. 'lol. P, rr Yonthly List of EqFt , roj,-~~Lr. U Uncl. mumapp , t._ 3rd Conference of the Baltic Republics an the History of Science and Technology. Eesti tead akad tehn fuua 9 no.1:90 160. (EEAI 9:9) (Baltic States--Science) 21992 3/023/61/000/001/0'~2/003 (0 1~ i Do D203/D305 I ~ -/ 3c) C) AUTHOR; MUUrsepp, P. TITLE: Evaluating the critical load of a circular, cone-shaped shell PERIODICALt Alkademiya nauk Estonskoy SSR. Izve8tiya, Sertya fiziko-matematicheskikh i tekhnicheskikh nauk, no. 1, 1961, 28 - 32 TRITs This paper develops, by a perturbation method, a simple cal- culating formula for evaluating the critical load of a circular, truncated cone of average length, with transversal exte-nal pressure linearly distributed along the cone generating line. As a special case, the formula is obtained for a critical load of uniform trans- vers,-J pressure. The solution of the problem is reduced to solving Eq. (2 .1) given by P.V. Mrsepp (Ref. 1: Ob ustoychivosti krugovo- go usechennogo konusa pod deystviyem ravnomerno raspredelennogo vneshnego davleniya (On the Stability of a Circular Truncated Cone Card 1/12 Evaluating the critical ... 21992 5/023/61/000/001/002/003 D203/D305 Under the Influence of Uniformly Distributed External Pressure) Iz- vestiya AN ESSR Seriya tekhn. i. fiz.-mat. nauk, v. VII, No. 2, 1958) and which is represented as qs' W 0, (1) f~:ICOSIF t&0324V where q w set (deflection), cp = cone angle, shell dis- Eh tance from the axis, p = the intensity of transversal pressure, 2/ s = number of waves on circumference, E = Young's modulus ?,2 = h '12(l - V2) where v = Poisson's ratio, h = shell thicknes3. The pressure, linearly distributed along, the cone generating line, may be expressed in the following way q=ql Vj-Q +q2=ql(-Ql (2) (2) Q1 Q2 Card 2/12 21992 S/023/61/000/001/Cln2/,003 Evaluating the critical ... D203/D305 Fig. 1. Let a= p2 a= sin (p, where 1 - the relative shell length. COX3 The variable go = 2 introduced where 11 - the distance measured along the generating line from the narrow end to the sec- tion of radius 9. = Vy-l?2. The coordinates to the left -e assu- Card 3/12 21992 3/023/61/000/001/002/003 Evaluating the critical ... D203/D305 med to be negative and, to the right, to be positive.-The distance from the ends to the section ?o = 1 are t11= 1'.-2-L 2f - their , difference is 2. In addition ( 1 + a5l) and (1 + a'") 1. From these conditions + I a). T T (3) (3) 2 2 are obtained. Assuming that a is a small parameter tenms to a~ !nj? are kept in the expression. The change o f variables, =1 . = 2 0 corresponds to the relation between the operators D Do, where D -L and Do = d . Eq. (1) will then b ~ d r- d ecome . Do 14 P- f D " 4- 6 a D,3 +D,", --"1(c - dQ) -0. (4) (4) 0 & :1 1 Q Card 4/12 21M S/023/61/000/001/002/003 Evaluating the critical D203/D305 Here 1 = 18. Now the new variable x -1 1n 9 is introduced, where 1 2 a 1 + a~o. This change corresponds to the relation Do D X giving 4 2 2 4 22 Dx _ a Dx 11 IOC( c -d?) 2]~ w 0 (5) [ eax is expanded into a series 2 2 eax + ax + a x + -2ax = 1 - 2ax + 2a2x2 + 2 (6) C~ = (Yo +aO(i + a2 G'2 + Eq. (5) will then have the form Card 5/12 21992 S/023/61/000/001/002/003 Evaluating the critical ... D2071/D305 D'w-001 w__1,'1(uo+aaj+a'ct2)[r (I +a) +l")- X ~ I 1 2 (7) -d(I + 2ax+2a2.r2)j- p2 (I -2ax +2a?xt)~ w ==0. (7) The case is then discussed when w = 0, D Xw 0 at both ends. The limits of variation of x are 40 2 - - ---- + In (I + ajo) ato - 424 3 2 3 2 a2 If ~ = V, then x l + a If go then x 1 Remem- 0 -7. -7. bering that a is small, - 1< x is as-suned as a range of varia- tions. In Eq. (7) a is assumed to be a pertirbation paramete.r. The paramet er 2 maintains its value in all approximations. The Eigen values a0, 0(1 P CC2 are found consecutively a:!cording to the pertur- Card 6/ 12 21992 Z/023/61/000/001/n,O2/003 Evaluating the critical ... 1203/D305 bation method. The expan~sion of the solLtion for w is w = w 0 + aw + a2 w2+ ... The differential equation for zero approximation is obtained from (7) in the form of (8) (DW-14,fuo(c - d):-- 011)w~ 0. (8) Let u4 . xo(c - d) 22. The symmetrical function w0 Acos ul1x + Bch ul 13 '(9) satisfies Eq. (8). To satisfy the bdund4xy values at x = 1 the quantity ul 1 must satisfy tg ul + ih ul 0. The least Eigen 1 2 1 value2is for u1 1 = 2.365 or V. = 4.730. From the definitions of (xO and 3 , the author obtains for the zero approximation of the load q10, the expression Card 7/12 21992 S/023/61/000/001/002/003 Evaluating the critical D203/D305 q10 ---,: a0l Cos2 4p (10) (10) Whence the zero approximation of the minimum critical load is q10 Mi. COs q))"', 3 e-d I to which corresponds 4 S2 jcos2q> (12) If- 1 8 = 0, 1329A. (12) To find the first correction for the deflection function w, the author designates ul X= X1 then DX = u1 1DX1 and from (7) he ob- tains (D' , - 1) w, (c - d) a(c - 2d) ao'+ 2p21 w.. (13) (13) Card 8/12 21992 Evaluating the critical ... S/023/61/000/001/002/003 D203/D305 In this equation, the Eigen value at is zero because it has a cor- responding, odd Eigen function. The boundary value must be satis- fied at one end only. From the definition 32, U4 and from (12) it follows that B2/U4 = 3; in addition, as long as c% d , then (13), one may write 4 c 2d x1 D 1) W = (4 + 6) - w (14) ( x1 1 c d ul1 0 Let b = 4 c - 2d + 6. After integrating and evaluating constants c - d one obtains W1 1__(Uj1)2jD., wo -X'WO. 8 U11 X1 8 U1, (15) Card 9/12 21992 3/023/61/000/001/002/003 Evaluating the critical ... D203/D305 In the same way the second correction w 2 and Eigen value is obtain- ed (12= (-0,054 (e - 2d) + - 0,20e + 0.50 d)3 d (16) Then the required critical load in dimensional form is r6a% C0197 + a2 (-0,054 2d) (-W d)2 (17) + 7.~~,20 r + 0, 50 +0,035)]. (17) c-d where Q:1-01 PI elf -QI IC E7 _a~ __' -'- * ' - The comparison with experimental results is given in Table 1. Card 10/12 Evaluating the critical ... Table 1. 21992 5/02 6 1/000/00 1 3 D203X305 Ta6AU4a I CD 0 oo peanwl *61 LINC.40 0 MiTepwu o6pa3po_ TOAUINHA I 50AII Flo maiihnoe 0 bOAORKH a tue PaAllyc KPYW_ Aamemie %0 (n IIOCTH P2 I 'C kf MfA M l CTaJIb 76 I 28.65 0.3 86 4 533 4,70 2 c7allb 40 t 28.58 0.3 85 4 5.33 4,72 3 Jjiopalb 140 28,58 0,3 85 4 2,5 1,68 4 CT3.nb 4OX 203 27.50 0.6 81 3 21.33 23.67 5 CM% 45 203 35,13 0.6 R5 4 17 19,47 Legends 1 - No. of shell; 2 shell material; 3 - length of genera- ting line; 4 - average radius; 5 - thickness; 6 - angle uO 900 - - cpO; 7 - no. of waves on circumference; 8 - critical pressure from test; 9 - calculated minimum in pressure P2; 10 - k9/cm2; Card 11/12 21992 3/023/61/000/001/002/003 Evaluating the critical ... D203/D305 11 - steel; 12 - steel; 13 - dural; 14 - steel 401; 15 - steel 45. There are 1 table, 1 figure and 2 Soviet-bloc references. 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