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HAZARCHM,-Qeajaa Klrll-lovaa;- TSMSTYATSKIY, S.K., doictor f Isiko-matem.
asuk. Oty.red.; SEAW 11110, T.N., red.; VATTITCHM. A.A.,
tekhn.red.
[Solar eclipse of 1961 in the Ukraine] Solnechnoe zatusaia na
Ukraine v 1961 godu. Kiev, 1961. 46 p. (Obahchosty? po rampro-
straneallu liticheskIkh i nauchnykh snamil UkraInsk"ol SSR.
ser.6~ no.1r. (Mtn 14:1)
(Rallpeas, Solar--1961)
.3,1~30
AUTHORs Nazarchuk, 0. K.
Won
S/035/6z/000/008/046/090
A0021A101
TITLE: on repulsive force in type I tails of comets
PMUODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Astronomiya i Geodeziya, no. 8, 1962, 63,
abstract BA575 ("Visnyk Kyivslk. un-tu",'1960 (1961), no. 3. ser.
astron., fiz. ta khimii, no. 2, 124 - 143, Ukrainian; Russian sum-
mary)
T=s Relative accelerations I + /Lacting an cloudy formations in tails
of the first Bredikhin type of the comets 1892 1. 1899 1, 1903 IV, 1908 111 and
1910 11 wore determined by A. Ya. Orlov's method (41 determ:nations in all).
Numerical values of I + pare most frequently within the range from a few dozens
to a few hundreds, attaining the valup of rV103 in individual cases only. Ac-
cel~erations are discussed from the viewpoint of Diermann's theory, and the con-
clusion has been drawn that the intensity o the corpuscular background radiated
by the Sun is equal to 3.5 x 1010 cm 2 aeo-f at a distance of I astronomical
unit. Thp suspicion by S. V. Orlov that accelerations are multiples of number
22.3 has not been confirmed. There are 45 references. 0. D.
[Abstracter's note: Complete translation]
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HAMfdlKp O.V.,, dotsont (Kiyuv, ul.25 lot OktyubryfA d.16, kv.31.); Frinimalt
ucohastlye: SUMIOI(()SOVA,, V-V., atudont; ~IAKLCIIUK L V. , student
I-=--
Use of the fascia lata of the h1p for sutures, sM 11gatures. Nov.
kh1r. arkh. no.9:66-69 S 161. (KIRA 14:10)
1. Kafedra operativuoy khirurgii i topogmf;a*skoy azatomli (zav.-
doktor med..nauk prof. I.P.Kallistov) Kiyovskago meditsinskago
inatituta.
(FASGIAE (AHATOW)) (SUTUIM) (LIGATURE (SUiTsElil))
NAZ&RQ-Lu--' K. .--.
Experimental Aerodynamics
Dissertationi "ProCerres in Convergent Gate--Appamtus of Gas TurtiLes at SubcriticRI Frates
of flow." Cand Tech Sci. Inst of Thermal Power Engineering, Acad Sci Ukr SSE, Kiev, 1953-
(Referativnyy Zhurnal - Mekhanika, Moscow, Mar 54)
SO: SW 213, 20 Sep 1954
124-1957-2-1792
Translation from- Referativnyy zhurnal, Mekhanika, 1957, Nr 2, p 49 (USSR)
AUTHOR: Nazarchuk, M.M.
. . ........ ........................
TITLED An Analytical Method for Calculating a Gas-turbine Stage for a
Variable Regimen at Sub-critical Flow Velocities (Analiticheskiy
metod rascheta stupeni garovoy turbiny na peremennyy rezhim
pri dokriticheskikh skorostyakh potoka)
PERIODICAL: Sb. tr. In-ta teploenerg AN UkSSR, 1955, Nr 12, pp 59-68
ABSTRACT. An approximate analytical method is explained for the thermal
calculation of a stage of a gas turbine from the given dimensions of
the wetted portion of the stage at subcritical flow velocities. In the
plotting of the turbine characteristics for variable operational regi-
men.9, the basic difficulty consists in the correct selection of the
losses; the Author does not study this problem, but mentions that
the coefficient of velocity should be taken with due consideration
to the impact losses.Y
V.Kh.Abiants
1. Gas turbines--Mathematical analysis
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RAZARCHUX, MoN.,jandidat tokhalchookikh tauk.
I .
Calculating the Isseatrople proccom In the change of otate of a goo
with varying heat capacity. Trudy last.topl.URSR ne.12:69-77 155.
(Gaeos) (zatropy) (KRA 9:7)
IIAZARC RON.
--- - _ _
rhoroodynamic calculation of turbine nozzle@ cubject to outf.Uv
losses. Dop. UN MM no.4:362-364 156., (KIRA 902)
I* Institut toployanorgettki AkpAsmil aauk URM. Predstavlone
aWsmikom Akedemli n&3,v- USSR I.?. Shystatm.
(Twbines)
SOV/IZ4-58-1-466
Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mekhanika, 1958, Nr 1. p 56 (USSR)
AUTHOR: Nazarchuk, M. M.
TITLE: On Some Peculiar Problems in the Thermal Design Calculation of
Steam and Gas Turbines (0 nekotorykh osobennostyakh teplovogo
rascheta parovykh i gazovykh turbin)
PERIODICAL: Sb. tr. In-t teploenerg. AN UkrSSR, 1956,Nr 13, pp 104-109
ABSTRACT: It is shown that at near-critical values of the pressure drop in
turbine nozzles and blade cascades and a constant flow rate even
seemingly insignificant variations in passage cross sections exert
a strong influence on the pressure drop that can be achieved in the
cascade. This peculiar problem in turbine design does not consti-
tute anything new, since it is well known from gasdynamics that at
transonic pressure ratios even a small change in nozzle area may
result in a significant change in the achievable pressure ratio.
V. M. Akirnov
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PHASE I BOOK Ma'WIVATMN 643
Nazarcbruk# 91khall Kikhaylo"ch
ff6kOtOrM vvyl. 9y teorli edlabataykh techenly gmz& v trannisk-h (Problems in the
Theory Of Adiabatic Flow of (Jae in Chart" 1s) K:iycv,, Ird-vo M McSSR,, IM.
73 P. 1,000 copies printed.
SPOnBOriM Agency; Akedemlys nauk Ukrainskoy SSR. Institut teploeuergetW.
Responsible Ed.: RQ=eukO,, P. X.,, Doctor of Tedmical Sciences; M of
Pub]-tshing 11=50: Remennik, To K.; Tech. M: Mmkovskly, A. Do
PUXME: This report Is Intended for engineers and scientific vorkers concerned
with gas dynmdcs.
COVEPAGE'. The book describes the tbLeory of equllibrium eLdiabutic gas flov in tomn't
in couverging nozzles, end in IAT&l nazzUS& The friction effect to calmUted
by considerstiou Of an O"rall loss coefficient and the local drag coeMe:jeut.
Card 1/ 4
Problms In the Theory of Adlab&tlc Flow of r1as In Chamels 643
Certain new relationships for equlllbri= f1m are cited. Based cm boundary-
layer thaory,, the conditions for the occurrence of weritical f1me In tubes are
studied. It Is shown that it is Impossible to generalize the conclusions of the
qqmIl1brI= theory so as to include the average maim-fta a of nanequillbrim,
flows, Various approximate methods for computing a la-Ina gas flov In the
entrance section of a plans-paranal channel we given, The book contalus 15
figures and 2 tables, There are 23 references,, 17 Soviets, 3 German; 2 &4~shj
1 Frdu~he The author expresses his gratitude to Professor L.A. Vulls, Da*m
of TechnIcal Sciences; Professor P.N. FbManeako, Doctor of Technical Salences;
S.V. Romsuenkoj, Candidate of Technical Scleftees; O.A. , Candidate
of Technical Sciences; and N.1, Polfakly,, CUdIdde of Physical-Rathematic*1
sciences.
TABLE OF
COMM:
Preface 3
Basic SyzdWls 6
IntroductIono Some Data Frcm the Thermodynamics of Gas Flov
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(43
Problem in the Theory of Adiabatic Flow of Gas in Channels
Ch, 1. Overa,11 Loss Coefficient, Effect of losses on Flaw Chareatericties.
Effeet of the Change in Specific Heat on Critical Parameters 14
1. Basic equations A
2. PEW= mass flow, Parameters in the exit sectiou 16
3, Near-rmax1aw regimes of non-expanding channels 19
4. Effect of the changj in specific heat on the values of
critical parameters 24
Ch* 11. ffydraulic Lav of Drag and Resulting Qualitative and
(b=titftive Relationships 25
1. Qualitative relatiouships, "Critical" point of the flow 25
2. QuAlitative relationships. Density of flow of entIm1py and
kinetic energy in a laval nozzle, 27
3* Quantitative relatIonsh1pe, FLm in a lAval nozzle 30
49 Comparisons of the methods of loss computation 32
Gh*III* Boundary La~er in a Channel with Plane-Perallel Walls
1. Fundmwntal equations
2. General approximte method of calculating the laminar
boundwT layer
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Problems in the Theory of Adiabatic Flow of Gas in Channels 645
3. Simplified calculation methods 4T
4. Laminar flow of an incompressible fluid in the entrance section 50
5, Calculations, AnelVis of the results obtalued, Critical point
of the flow.. 53
6. Qualitative relationships. Critical point of the flow 5T
7. Dischn ge of a gas frca a chaanel at near-mazl-mm conditions.
Stream3lues near the chamel wds 63
8. Rational method of calculat-Ung the entrance section for
subsonic velocity at the entrance 6T
9. On supersonic flov in a plane-parellel channel 68
10. Comparison vith experimental results 69
Conclusion TO
Appendix, Flow In a stralgbt circulex tube T2
Bibliography 73
AMIABLE: Library of Congress (QC 168.N3)
Card 4/4 IS/Mw
9/29/58
MAZARCHUX. X. R. _
On thei riethod of solving thi Interior problem of boundary layer
equations. Dop. AN URSH no.2:145-148 057. (MMA 10: 5)
1. Institut toplomnargettki AN URSR. Predstaviv akademik AN
URSR I.T. Shvsts'.
(Hydrodynamics)
AUTHORS: Gerashchenko, 0. A. , llazarcioik, 11,% Y- 57-12-19/19
TITLE: Consideration of MoiSting in Solving Vdrodyn=ic
~!ems (0b uchete smachivayenosti
poverkhno3ti pri rt~uhenii zada,.h eldrodinamiki).
PERIODICAL: Zhurnal Tekhnicheokcy Fiziki, 1957, Vol. 27, Nr 12,
pp. 2797-2798 (U3SR)'
kBSTRACT: Special experimental measurements of water flow in tubes
wetted and covered with paraffine were conducted. The
experimental error was leso than + 011 ~. The experiments,
which wiere easily reproducible showed no noticeable
influence of the wr?ttine. lh,~ "a-4hesion" of liquids without
adhesiveneB3 at solid 3urfases may be explained in the
following way: If it Is fisaumed, that nliding occurs at the
interface, thin slidine mint follow the ordiivtry law of
sliding friction: F-M, F denoting the force of friction,
f the friction coefficient and 11 the pre3nure normal to the
surface. Here, in the case of the investieation of one single
surface, this pressure is understood to be the quantity of
the absolute hydro3tatical pressure. The value of the
Card 1/3 friction coefficient between the liquid and a not wetted
On the Considamtion. of Moisting in Solvirg F44rodynamic ~"i-12-19119
Probldus
body was never determinea ~ip to nort. If in this case,
however, friction if-, COYIJid~re-] to be of the dry friction
type, the order Of MQ(,nitUle Of f may be evaluated !itarting
from the known data. for ~iclidL-i. It is to keep within the
values oll and 11o. It ckin 3hown, that on normal
conditionci, at atmospheric presoures and riot too far Fibove,
11~
(p > 10 4 k(:/m2) a slidinE can occur only at tanEential
hydrodynamic 3tre3ses above !00 -1000 k6/m2 Stresses of such
ma.E7nitude could bf~ obtained for ex-imple in the case of water
-io-4kg..,jec/m2 at 200C) oily with excpptionally great
Cradiento of velocity tit the walls of the order of
ma.f,nitude of jo6 -10, 1/sec, of course, is practically
impossible. From this it appe-~rs, that the adhesion at the
surfaces of bodies irithin theJlow represents no physically
unexplainable fact. By far thc. Creater number of cases
occurring in practice are still far a"ay from the limit, at
which a sliding of the liquid ~--Jn the wall beeing. An
Card 2/3 analog-uouq procedure may oe a,.-plied to the investigation of
am the emal&rIttion of thisting in S*lving Hydrodynam1c 57-12-19/19
Ptabletw
the problem of the sliding of liquids with adhesiveness.
In this case the normal pressure is understood to be
the internal pressuro of the liquid, with a magnitude
exceeding 104 atal and a transition of the limit of sliding
may occur only at gradients of velocity at the wall
surpassing the entirely incredible values of 1010 1/sec.
ASSOCIATION: rastitute teploenargettki AN VSM Kiyev (Imstitute of Therml
Pomr A3JArainlan SSR Kiyev)
SUBMITTED: June 3, 1957
AVAILABLE: Library of Congress
Card
Am -7- /9 /71- 47 -
PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/3898
SOV/31-M-14
Akadermiya nauk UkrSSR. Institut teploenergetlki
Teploob.men'l gidrodinamika (Heat Transfer and Hydrodynamics) Kiyev,
1958. 190 P. (Series: Its: Sbornik trudov, no. 14) 2,000
copies printed.
Eds. of Publishing House: Ya.L. Kaplan and N.M. Labinova; Tech.
Ed.: M.I. Yefimova; Editorial Board: I.T. Shvete (Resp. Ed.)
Academician, Academy of Sciences UkrSSR; O.M. Shchegolev (Deputy
Reap. Ed.). Candidate of Technical Sciences; N.M. Kondak (Resp.
Secretary), Candidate of Technical Sciences; V.I. Tolubinskiy,
Co-responding Kember, Academy of Sciences UkrSSR; I.I. Chernobyl'-
skiy, Doator of Technical Sciences; M.M. Nazarchuk, Candidate of
Technical 6-3ciences; P.I. Lavrov, Candidate of Technical Sci-
ence P D ~hvetaov, Professor; and N.M. Pyatyshkin, Candidate of
Te-,.Wcal balences.
PURPOSE: This collection of articles is intended for scientific
11
wl:):rr_ers and technical personnel in the fields of heat transfer
and hydrodynamics.
COVERAUE: This collection of 18 articles deals with experimental
and theoretical studies of problems in heat transfer and hydro-
Card i14-,
Heat Transfer and Hydrodynamics
SOV/3898
(tyTao.des as they affect steam and gas turbines and heat-transfer
devices. The results of theoretical investigations of heat trans-
fer in turbine components and in elements of heat-utilizing appar-
at;us are desoribed,and new calculation methods are suggested.
Seve:-!al problems of the thermodynamics and aerodynamics of steam
and gas turbines are discussed. References follow each article.
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Shvets, I.T., O.A. Gerashchenko, andle.P. Dyban. Investigation of
the Ternparature Fields in the Hubs of Turbine Rotors by Means of the
Therrpal-Analogy Method 3
On the basis of a theoretical analysis of the system of equa-
tiona describing the temperature field of a bladed rotor, the
authors present a method for taking into account the thermal
resistance of the blade stems. This method may be used for
calculations of steady-state heat conditions as well as
iinSteady-state conditions.
Agra~,-!o7ich, V.M., O.A. Gerashchenko, and M.M. Nazarchuk. Approximate
Method for Determining Temperature F1eldd--&fid-3tYF6s`ses in a Drum-
Type Turbine Rotor at Starting 20
Card 2/7
Heat Transfer and Hydrodynamics
SOV/3898
The'authors present a simplified method for approximating the
temperature fields and stresses in a drum-type turbine rotor.
The method does not take axial variation of temperature into
account but considers each section of the rotor as part of an
infinitely long hollow cylinder with bcundary conditions cor-
responsing to those for the particular section under considera-
tion. Results calculated by the approximate method are compared
with those determined by more accurate calculations. An analysis
of the discrepancies leads to the conclusion that the simplified
method :ts sufficiently accurate for most engineering purposes.
The following personalities are mentioned: V.I. Fedorov, V.M.
Agranovich, and N.H. Shellmenko, all of the Heat-Engine Labora-
tory, Institut teploenergetiki All U1krSSR (Institute of Heat-
Power Engineering, Academy of Sciences UkrSSR).
Dorfman, A.Sh. Simple Calculation Method for a Laval Nozzle 26
The author presents the results of an experimental study of
the process of heat transfer during the condensation of steam.
A detailed description of the experimental apparatus and the
methods employed is given, as well as a qualitative descrip-
tion of the physical phenomena involved in the-process of con-
denDation on the basis of the results obtained.
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AUTHOR: \,Nazarchuk, M.Y. SOV/21-58-2-20/26
TITLE; On One Peculiarity of One-Dimensional Stationary Gas Flows
(0b odnoy osobennosti odnomernykh statsionarnykh gazovykii
techeniy)
PERIODICALs Dopovidi Akallemii nauk Ukrains1koi qSR, 1958, 'Ir 2,
Pp 201-203 (333R)
AB3TRACTs There are some peculiarities in one-dimensional stationary gas
flows which are common to the wide class of the:3e flows. The
author consIders the one-dimensional flow of ideal gas with
constant consumption and the presence of losses and heat ex-
change and derives a differential equation of the flow.
Analyzing this equation t e author shows that there is a
characteristic quantity M -L for a wide class of one-
K
dimensional stationary gas 7lows. As particular caaes, he
analyzes a case without consumption and an iaothermal flow
with consumption. In the latter case the liritinr tube
length is attained when M2 . I-
There are 2 Soviet references. K
ASSOCIATION: Institut toploonergetiki AN UkrSSR (Institute of Thermal
Power Engineerine of the AS Ukr3SR)
I-RM, ~1-71-___,~i,1_2111
SOV-21-58-4-8/29
AUTHORS: Gerashchenko, O.A. and ffazarchuk, M.M.
TITLE: On the Value of Friction Space Before the Entrance Edge of
a Flat Plate (0 velichine oblasti timozheniya pered vkhod-
noy kromkoy ploskoy plastiny)
PERIODICAL: Dopovidi Akademii nauk Ukrains1koi RSR, 1958, Nr 4, PP 390-
392 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The authors consider the laminar flow of an incompressible
viscous liquid before the entrance edge of a flat plate,
They derive a formula which shows that the region of effect
of viscous perturbations before the plate is rather limited,
Taking water at 20 0C flowing aroung a plate at a speed of
I M/sec as an example, the space of viscosity effect is
practically limited to 0.2 mm.
ASSOCIATION: Institut teploenergetiki All UkrSSR (Institute of Thermal
Power Engineering of the AS UkrSSR)
PRESENTED: By Member of the AS UkrSSR, I.T. Shvets
SUB14ITTED: July 4, 1957
NOTE: Russian title and Russian nareB of individuals Rnd insti-
tutions appearing in this article have been used in the
transliteration.
1. Fluid flow--Theory 2. Fluid flow--Viscosity 3 Fliiid flow
Card 1/1 --Friction 4. Laml-nar boundary layer--Kithematical analysis
IWARCHM, H.M. (Xirev); POLISKIT, N.I. (PtIlsIkIrl, N.I.] (Kiyov)
EstablIsMug a Polsouille fl*v. Prytrl. mokh. 4 n*.4:442-4"
158. (KIRA U: 12)
1.1notitat toplesuargettki AN USSR.
(Viscesitr)
A~TIIORSj Dorfman, A.Sh. and Hazarchuk, M.M. 21-58-5-15/20
TITLE% On the Character of Variation of the Summary Friction Co-
efficient of Gas Flow in a Cylindrical Tube in the Neigh-
borhood of Maximum Regime (0 kharaktere izmeneniya summar-
nogo koeffitsiyenta poter' pri techenii gaza v tailindri-
cheskoy trube na rezhimakh, blizkikh k maksimalinomu)
PERIODICALt Dopovidi Akademii nauk Ukrainalkol RSH, 1958, Nr 5, PP 528-
530 (USSR)
ABSTRACT% Experimental studies by A.F. Gandellaman, etc, f-Ref 1,7 have
established that the local friction coefficit?nt of a gas
flow sharply decreases near the output end of the tube when
the regime approaches the maximum. In practical calculations,
the summary resistance coefficient is often used instead of
the local one. The authors, by way of analytical reason-
ing, show that the summary coefficient also decreases as
the regime approaches the maximum, and its value cannot ex-
ceed-,L at the maximum regime. (Remark: the meaning
4+1
of the k-symbol was not explained in the article),
There is 1 graph and 2 Soviet references.
ASSOCIATION: Institut teploenergetiki AN UkrSSR (Institute of Thermal
Card 112 Power Engineering of the AS UkrSSR)
21-56-5-15/26
On the Character of Va.riation of the summary Friction Coefficient of Gas
Flow in a Cylindrical Tube in the Neighborhood of Maximum RegJme
PRESENTED: By Member of the AS UkrSSR, I.T. Shvets
SUBMITTEDt *bctober 14, 195b
NOTE: Russian title and Russian names of individuals and institu-
tions appearing in this article have been used in the trans-
literation.
1. Gas flow-MatherAtical. analysin
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21-5e-7-9/27
AUTHORS. Babukha, 9.1.. and Nazarchuk, U.1'.
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TITLE: L'ethod for Calculating Heat Exchange in a Two-11hase Vert-
ical Flow with a Polydispersed System of the Solid Phase
( L'etod rasch4ta teploob-mena v dvukhfaznom vertikalinom
potoke pri polidispersnoy sisteme tverdoy fazy)
PERIODICAL- Dopovidi Akaderii nauk Ukrainslkoi RSR, 1958, Nr 7,
pp 724 - 727 (USSIO
ABSTRACT: All loose materials which are subjected to heating under
practical conditions, either for drying or for ordinary
heating, are polydispersed systems. The heating of these
materials can be successfully carried out ir drying tubes
with high intensity. A peculiarity of the heating of a
material with particles of different sizes is that the
groups of particles differing in size are in different
conditions of heat exchange with the gas ani in differ-
ent hydroiynamical conditions of motion. The article
gives a method for calculating the proness of heat ex-
change between the gas movin8 in one direction along a
vertical tube and solid spherical particles of different
Card 1/2 sizes. The method makes it possible to take into account
I!ethod for Calculating ;feat -,xchange ir. a Two-i-h&3e Vertical FISW wit'.
a Polydisperood "iyotom of the Solid Phase
the changes in the Re and Nu numbers ( for the particles
and also the changes in the velocit.y and physical con-
stants of the gas, There is 1 graph.
ASSOCIATION: Institut teploenorpetiki All UkrSSR Institute of D,ermal
Power Engine-ring of the AS UkrjSR
P117SENTED: By 'Member of the AS UkrSSP, 1.T. Shvets
SUBVITTED: January 10, 1958
UOTE: Rus.-ian title and Run3ian names of individuals and insti-
tutions appearing in this article have been ugpd in the
transliteration.
1. Heat transfer--Mathematical analysis 2. Heat exchangers--Per-
formance
Card 2/2
BABUKIIA. M.M.
Mothod for calculating the hoatire, of a singln fraction of ffus-
panded granular -aterial. Inzh.-fIz.=b-ar.no.11:14-23 IT 158.
(140A 12:1)
(11pat-Transmissinn) (Granular naterials)
S/112/60/000/0-06/004/032
Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Elektrotekhnika, 1960, No. 6, P. 57,
# 2.4095
AUTHORS: Agranovich, V. M., Gerashchenko, 0. A., Nazarcclyak, M. M.
TITLE: An Approximate Method of Determining Temperature Fields and Stresses
in a Drum Tarbina Rotor at Starting
-N
PMIODICAL: Sb. tr. In-t teplo-energ. AN UkrSSR, 1958, No. 14, p. 20-25
TEM The rotor is considered as a combination of hollow conical and
cylindrical solids of revolution. Asauming that the working medium temperature at
starting Is approximated for each point by an exponential time function and that
the temperature change along the length of the rotor is linear, the authors carry
out an approximate calculation of the rotor temperature field, neglecting the 2:5~
axial heat flow. The obtained result 13 substituting In S. P. Timoshenko formt1lae
from which the radial and tangential components of thermal stresses and the tim49
they reach their maximu value at starting are determined.
M. A. T.
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.N&MICHIK, M.M. AND FOLSKIY, N.I.
"on the Crisis When Gas Currents innat, Parra-Lel Charmels Units,," in ',Kck
CorXerence on AE4Acations of Oas Pxnaides, RTRUD" Series# Publishing Office of
the Acdemy of Science of the Katakh SSR,, Alm-Otaq 1959-
~ - ii -. ~. -~- ~-- ~ - ~v -~ - --,. . ~I - - . ~ . I ~- - I - I . --I C-1 a_'Ilimj
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SL PRAZZ I BOOK MLOITATION SOV/5376
Akademiya nauk Ukrayinalkoyi RSR. Kyylv. Instytut teploenerhetyky.
Teploobmin ta hidrodynamika (Heat Exchange and Hydrodynamic3) Kyyiv,
Vydavnytstvo AN UkrSSR, 1959. 76 p. (Series: It3: Zbirnyk pratV,
vyp. 16) 1,000 copies printed.
Sponsoring Agency: Akademiya nauk Ukrayins,koyl RSR. Instytut
teploenerhotyk.v.
Editorial Board: Reap. Secretary: A. Sh. Dorfman, Candidate of
Technical Sciences, 0. S. Yeremenko, Candidate of Technical
Sciences, 0. 0. Kremnlov, Candidate of Technical Sciences,
V. 1. Kuznetsov, Candidate of Technical Sciences, P. I. LavrovP
Candidate of Technical Sciences, M. M. Nazarchuk, Candidate of
Technical Sciences, V. I. Tolubynalkyy, Corresponding Member,
Academy of Sciences UkrSSRp 1. T. Shvets', Academician, Academy
of Sciences UkrSSR. Reap. Ed.: H. M. Shchoholev, Candidate of
Technical Sciences; Ed.: I. V. Kisina; Tech. Ed.: V. I. Yurchy-
shyn.
C,u,d--lA
Exchange (Cont.)
SOV/5376
PURPOSE : This collection of articles is intended for scientific
workers and engineers concerned with the construction of turbines.
COVERAGE: The bookletj published in Ukrainian, contains 10 articles
dealing with problems of improving gas turbines. Results of
investigations of processes in the combustion chamber and of
heat-exchange processes taking place in turbine components are
given. Aerodynamic problems of sascades of turbine blades and
of tubes are discussed and theoretical research In boundary-
layer,problems Is considered. Each article is follow by a brief
resume in Russian. No personalities are mentioned. There are
no references.
TABIE OF CONTENTS:
Shvets', I. T., and V. 0. Khrystych. Experimental Investigations
of Basic Characteristics of the Evaporation-Type Combustion Chambeze
of Gas Turbines 3
Virozub, 1. 0. Solution of Equations of the Laminar Boundary
CarA_aA-
Heat Exchange (Cont.) SOV/5376
Layer by Generalizing the Kochin-Loytsyanslkyy Method for the
Case With the Presence of Heat Exchange 13
Nazarchuk, M. M. On Isothermal Flow of Gas in Pipes 23
Horbatyy, Yu. P., A. Sh. Dorfman, N. Y. Pol'Ayy, and M. I.
Saykovs,kyy. Aerodynamic Iny6stigations of Models of Gas
Turbine Nozzles 25
Stradomslkyy, M. V. Investigations of Mixing Processes in
Combustion Chambers Of Gas Turbines Fueled With Natural Gas 35
Borovs,kyy, V. R. Investigations of the Drying Process of Silk
Thread 41
Minyaylenko, M. 0. Simplified Methods for Calculating the
Temperature Field and Maximum Peripheral Stress In a Cooled
Disk of a Turbine Under Starting Conditions 53
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1956 C. of the C-f-- on Apj.11~4 'Ga; D7n~_Ic., !:~-Ii In
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FJKF=: This book Is li.tendei for personnel of scientific msesx,ch J"titutes
and Industrial In the field of' fluid acch-oles, " may
be or Interest to stulacts of adr~crd courses In Vw field.
Tran~sactlwa or the Conforerce (Cant.) SOW/5-190
C0VV"=: Thr back c*~lmts Of the trQn..rI;,tI-s Of )I psr~cra read at Lb~
COM.fereace On C" dyr&-41t* %hich was cc-d unter the Initiative Of t2w
Kuslbaki: EcGuaa-~tw=yy unl-r.ltet I-,I S.M. Kirgy. (K--k-% Stt* TA,!-r-
GUY brA S.M. xdr~) an'L it. I~Jtltut CMrCcti16I AWPMU nouik Uza~Zwkcj
Institute Of Pcmvr Er,
,gIneering of t2w Academy of ScIrmes Xazakhs"y,
I=) and hild O~.tber Zj-~5. 1954. Thm. branches of applied Cs dynara-
.,~& Of
mrst 41scused. ~~2y: jt floc or liquid. &,., gm~~, _,Ody,._ f-
PrOc"ses, ~A the QU'-flw Of liquld4. Tbo trattleaA. s2"fLc- of t.-w
*Traa&a`.tiOr-s*Qf the COnfe- COCS12t* In the &AA,".stIOn Of t),cOry to
aath~ds of tdctx#.ckl c~;utatlqcn " wasurtre wthodo related to In&, trial
f~cs a,I otb- tutastriLl rr*ecz~s In vtih ~,rc,!yv-1c ;~tcu~~ play
& pmloed~-t role. r.1fht raj'.~ "%I at tt, Conrrmnce ~,c net joejud.d
Ic this cQllectl= for -1-3 The ut?-.o_ of the alssir< papers
am: L.D. W~ov (l."her-1 ~_- Ac,,jj,smIe Chaxacteristics of Palvcr~ized Cc~j
r1acv: turr,sm) " A.&. Golvywvskly (Cutij- and p-qsical of, tb& j.%
Motion Mechanics of rlulds), W.I. Alastr~, Yr. p. Bcj~-,ta;ov, S.V. qukl~n.
T.K. Ml~nko# L.B. Uzr.Yak~, and G.V. Yal~bcv. L.0. Loy-tsym-lay, is
wntImAl " beir-6 In ch"Ve Of & &rartrent of the r-akh Sta-~ VmIvc"jtj,
And r-0. XQYu-k-, Cand-Id-te of oz-A Ka-~he.-tjcaj Sej-., D-nt,
42 A ncxl~r of t.~~ 2&~ univu-ity. :Icreren~.. ~ J=,d at ~ -A at-
31Z3tbn of OcLoter 1%, 1956 (~~rr 1rr)
~rWoc~s. 0.1. I~ztiC%t1r-C Turb4lcer, Cb~az'-rlstlcs of' a
norls.the-ic J~! aa an 01,o. Fl.,
V.P. rc~!Idate of pnz!stc~l am V.%ttw=tjc%j fc1e,ers].
Or Par%llel -1 Cwtrw-y notion Of NI U~Afo- TI-o of Co-.-zltl~ G-
-it,- 01 C-f'_.r- (zoa.) rav/5~-~
Leo.t.ye-, T.P. (Z...j -.-.e of T .0.1-1 of
k~1-11Y Sy--'tr1cftl 11 P-11,1 ~ I C-t-ry Flo-
Nildu-ns 3.v. R,Cuinrity of witlo,, end or :^,I F~rtle-
W-rchUk M w and V.I. Pol'.kiy. On 0.- CrtalA 'r V*- VLse-i
-R~~ r... rnr.11~1 Ch-.rl 6
C_tee-. or th, t~ Itri,f
r-*10n Of O~tber 2'.. VYI, (F-1re)
Ter'"'r4, !%". EX;-10D Of j-t or c- 'n a
*-di- of D-1fre"It W'.1ty
C!,-byah-. P.V. [Vsc.~~--v t-,jt,t (xll.Url.~
FleCtra"CC"IcAl T-tqtUtC)1. t1ro Lni TZ~ !r
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"JJT'IC"'S:
Hazarchuh, 11.1-1. and PoVskiy, N.I.
TITLE: --C-ris-is ~durjng the flow of a viscour.
parallel channel
gas in a plane-
IZRIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mckhanika, no. 2, 1963,*68,
abstract 22426 (Tr. SovcGhchaniya po rrikl. gaz.
dinamAke 1956 "aiaa-Ata, AN KazSSR, 1959, 69-76.
Discussion 75-i6
7 -id "T Theoretical investigation of plane parallel adiabntic
motion of a viscous gas in a channel of con--tant cross-aection. Us-,
1vaiLdt).'Q equationo and ar;ziiming that the velocity prof ile is
collvc:: in the d%rcction of, motion, the authors tihow that, when crisis
LC the velocity on the channel axis ia equal to the local
vc1ocity of cound, and the avcrage vclocity oE the stream is less
tlaa-n the velocity of round. 'fais conclusion is reaclicd for both
laminarand turbulent flow. However, the res-ults of the paper do
crAable tha ponition oi this critical section to be determined. The
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authors point out the contrcdiction between the results of the paper
and the conclusion of B.A. Zhesstkov who S110140d that, whan crisis is
reached, the velocity on the channel axia exceeds that of sound, and
the averagc velocity *' equal to the local velocity of sound (B.A.
'-hcst-'1-.ov, 0 lamintitno techanii vyazkogo gaza v plosslwm kanUe a
-L~2ploi--Urovannymi nt n1tami (On the laminar flow of viocous gar, in
T)lane channel with thermally ino-ulated 11s) M., 1947).
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end , -::hen 11he un if omi cy of L;ul e ti, init I t
chaimel i-_~ bro:,(.:n 'a : I, -
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B"IMM. G.L.-.- IIAZARC=. H.M
Method for calculating the heating of polydisporse fine-
grained material In a state of suspension, Inzh.-fts.chur,
no.10:3-9 0 159. (14IR& 13:2)
1. Instttut toploonargettki AN USSR, Kiyow.
(Dynamics of a particle) (Heat-Traasmission)
10-4w 37, 0760/W0/00 2/004/012
Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mekhanika, 1960, No. 2, p. 46, j 1896
AUTHORs Nazarchuk, M.M.
TITIE: On the Isothermal Gas Flow in Plpes
I - ---~o
PERIODICAL: Sb. prats'. In-t teploenerg. AN UkrSSR, 1959, No. 16, pp. 23 - 24
(Ukr., Russ. summary)
TEXT: The author comes to the conclusion that isothermal flow Is not
pcssible at heat supply to the gas through the walls of the pipe, when the Mach
number is in the range 1/k < M < 1, where k ia the ratio of the specific thermal
capacities, and M Is,the Hach number.
V.N. Giisev
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AUTHORSs Nazarahuk, ff. K.9 Pol'skly, 9. 1.
TITLZ: The Asymptotic Behavior of the Solutions of a Problem of Heat
-sx0hang jA
PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademil nauk 3SSRt 1959o Vol 1299 Nr 4# PP 759-761
(USSR)
ABSTRACT: In some technical problems It to necessary to investigate
problem@ concerning the heat exchange between a liquid or gaseous
coolant and the solid particles suspended In it. rn considera-
tion of some simplifying conditions* many such problems may
be reduced to the following: A heat-insulated vessel is assumed
to be filled with a coolantp for which weight, specific heatp
and temperature are given. At the instant v - 0 a mixture is
filled into the vessel, which consists of sufficiently fine
partials@. The latter consist of n groupet each of which pos-
sesses definite values of the heat transfer ocefficientg of the
heat transfer area, of the specific heatv and of the total
weight. The Initial temperature of all particles Is assumed
to be equal to or lose than the coolant temperature. If heat
transfer occurs only between the coolant and the particles VK
Card 1/4 to be Investigatedt the f01101ing System of l1near differential
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The Asymptotic Behavior of the Solutions of a Problem of Heat Exchange
equations with constant coefficients is obtained:
dX I (&I + Aj)xj + a x + + X 0
TV-+ 2 2 n n
dX2
1 1 2 2 2 n
dX n + a x + + + x 0
T7 1 1 2 2 (anAd n a
where zidenotes the dimensionless difference of thq temperatures
of the coolant and the particles of the i-th group. The coef-
flolents a., A, are positive an4 are determined by the constants
given'above. Besides, all A iare different. The matrix of the
above system of differential equations forms a certain operator
L in the n-dimensional spaae, whiah is reprosente4 as the aus
Card 2/4 L - A + A of two operators# The algenvalues of the operator W
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The Asymptotic 3ehavior of the Solutions of a Problem of Heat Exchange
are real numbers A A , which differ from one
It A2t " a
nnother. The operator A Is one-dimensional: It convoys every
vector x of the space into a one-dimensional totality of
vectors Al. If a I > 0, the operator L - A + A has no eigenvalues
the real part of which would agree with one of the AV In each
Interval ( 6 10 &2); ( '620 463 )1 .... (6n-I'Adl (Ln , +W )
there Is at least one sigenvalue of the operator 9 of A + EB,
where F_ > 0 holdep and B Is given by a matrix, the elements of
whi(sh are all equal to unity. Theorem I of the present paper
saysi: All eigenvalues A It A29 *"$ A6n of the matrix L are
real and they all lie within the above-mentioned Intervals.
The general solution of the initially written down system of
equation@ may be written down In the form
x aIit)a (I - 1. 29 ... . n).
(k)
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The Asymptotic Behavior of the Solutions of a Problem of Heat Exchange
- "k
eigenveotor a which correspond to the eigenvalue Ak' An
investigation of the behavior of this solution in the case of
gr*at v leads to the following theorem : The temperature of the
particles of that group which begins to become heated more slow-
ly than the other groupaq will asymptotioally approach the cool-
ant temperature from below, whereas the temperature of all other
particle groups approaches the coolant temperature from above.
There to I Soviet reference.
ASSOCIATION: Inatitut teploonergatiki Aka4emii nauk USSR
(LaIltute of Heat-power Engineering of the Academy of Sciences
of the UkrSSR)
PRESENTED: July 24, 1959, by K. N. Bogolyubov, Academician
SUBMITTED: July 15, 1959
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PHME I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/4219
Dorfma, Abram. Shlemovich, Mikhail Mikhaylovich ftwxchuk., fkftul rosifovich
Follskly and Mlktail Il'Ich ftykovskiy
Aerodin,amiks, diffuzorov I vykhlopnykh patrubkov turbomshin (Aerodynamics of Mf-
fusers &ad Mxhaust Outlets of Turbines) Kiyev, lzd-vo AN UkrSSR, 1960.
188 po Errata slip Inserted. 3,000 copies printed.
Sponsoring Agency: Akademlya nauk Ukrainskoy SM. Institut teploenergetiki.
Ed. of Publishing House: 1. V. Kisina; Tech. Ed.: N. P. R&khlina.
PIMPOSC: This book is intended for scientists and engineers working in the field
of 94;plied gas dynamics. It will also be of Interest to turbine designers.
COURAGS: The book presents methods for calculating gms flows in GtMtght-~Ided
and curved-contour diffusers and develops methods for designing turbine exhaust
nozzles. Kethods of experimental InvestigmtIon of nozzles am considered as well
as the affect of nozzle losses on the efficiency of the turbines. The book out-
lines the basic results of a study of the flows of viscous incompressible fluids
Aerodynamics of Difrusers and Exhaust (Coat.) SOV/4219
la stralgbt-sided and conical diffusers,, studies in detail viscous gas flow
in conical diffusers, and puts forth a method for c&lculating flow losses and
flow parameters. The concept of the local expansion angle of a diffuser which
permits using the results of the investigation of conical diffusers for the
evaluation of the losses in several types of curved-contour diffusers is intro-
duced. Elmrticular attention is given to the study of anauJAr Iffft"94. Me
authors state that a considerable paxt of the data given in this book ap-
pears for the first time. No personalities are mentioned. There are 39
references: 37 Soviet, 2 German.
TAM OF CONTEM:
Preface 3
Some symbols 6
Ch. I. Sam Concepts of Gas Dytamlcs
1. Equation Of state
2. Equation of the first principle of thermodynamics
3. Energy equation
4. Bernoulli equation 10
5. Equation of continuity 10
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A 9-100 B013/BO67
AUTHORS: Nazarchak, M. M., Pol'skiy N. I.
TITLE.; Solution of a Thermophysical Problem
PERIODICAL: Inthenerno-fizicheskiy thurnal, 1960, Vol. 3, go. 6,
PP- 76 81
TEXT: The problem of haat transfer between liquid or gaseous heat car-
riers and the solid particles suspended therein was solved by the matrix
theory and functional analysis. It in assumed that a heat-insulated tank
contains a heat carrier with a weight 0, specific heat c p, and a tempera-
ture to* At the time v - vo a mixture of solid particles with a tempera-
%'6re t6