SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT NAZARLI, S. KH.  NAZAROV, A. G.
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BELUEEKYM, A.I.; lJ'A7"lr(L.1, S. Kh.
Afiphy:cLa and birth Injury In tho !*  , I no4born infnunt,3 and thp.tr
proph'laxis. Azerb. med. "hur. nc. ,  '? 1 "!,2 (IORA 18:1)
NAZAIU1APEDOV) 0.
Reaults of piezomtric studies on open hcrizontal drainnge In
lower course of the &m Daryn Valley. Izv,A11 Turk. SSE. Ser. bio, .
nauk no.4:8589 165. is.9)
1. Turkmenskiy nauchnois3ledovatellskiy institut vodnykh problem
i gidrotekhniki.
IWAIU11UMMEMV, F.Kl)~~ 4pivint
Protein fractions in the blood serum in norral children a6ed
4 to 15. Med. zJnw. Uzb. no.5:5154 MY 160. (MRA 15:3)
1, Iz kafedry propedevtiki detakikh bolezney (zav. prof.
S.Sh. Shamsiyev) Tashkentakogo gosudarstvennogo maditinskogo
instituta.
(BIkOD PRMIIS)
:jUZARKUKRAMFJWv F.Kh,q aspirant
Significance of serological reactions in the detection of typhoid
fever In children. FWd. zhur. Uzb. no. 2:1821 F 161.
(RIRA 14:2)
1. Is kafedry propedevtiki detakikh bolezney (zav,  profs
S,Sh,, Shamalyev) Tashkentskogo, gosuAaistvennogo wditainakogo
instituta,
(TYPHOID FEVER) (BERUM DIAGNOSIS)
RAZARMUMAMEDOV, F.Kh.p aspirant
Dynamics of the blood protein fmctions in typhoil fever in children.
Mod. zhur. Uzb. no30742 Mr 161. (MIRA 14:5)
1. Iz kafedry propedevtiki detskikh boleznoy (zav.  prof. S.Sh.
Shameiyev) Tashkentakogo gosudarstvennogo moditsinakogo institute.
(BLOOD PROTEINS) (TYPHOID MER)
UAZA44WKH&iMVv FKh., aspirant
L111ran ar; ~ ,
Protein fractions in th~e blood ser= in healthy cY,
days to 4 years. Mad. thur. Uzb. no.9:4143 3 1610 N,~A IIi2)
1. 1z kafedry propedevtiki detskikh bolezney (zav.  prof. S.Sh.
Shamsiyev) Tasl&entakog o udarstvernogo, meditaimkogo instituta.
Wo Plimima)
NAZARMUKHAMEJ)OV F Kh arpi,&UIt
. , ~ , =" 
Protein fractions of th6 blood serum In healtV chtlanrn au)
15 clAys to 15 years. o'bor.nauch.trud.TashCUMI 2233003c,9 '62.
(KITU ~B!10)
1. K,'edra pro devtiki detskikh bolezney (zav. kafedroy  v.r()[.
S.U.ShamniyevrUshkentakogo gosudaretvennogo med1ts1nEk,),7n 3rastituth.
I  __ D" ". lt , I  11
f  _T5j. 11cur'na arid
Disease Fathogvns.
Abs Jour Rof Zhur  Biol., No. 8, 1958, No 34oc6
Author :_jqzarmuk1=.,,edov, N. A.
Inst Not
T'Itle Development of Larvae From Cattle Grubs on Largo Forned
Cattle.  K voprosu o raz%,itii lichinok pod.?ozhnylh
ovodov krupnogo rogatogo s~ota.
Orig Pub Dokl. Ali UzSSR, 1957, No. 2, 5962.
Abstract In the Uzbek SSR, by.investigation at the Ta3hker;t r3cat1
combine, 70% of gullet grubs and 30% of stroki were found
subcutaneously on large horned cattle. The cravling of both
species of gadflies under the skin of the spine begins in
October. Larvnu of the gullet grub develop more rapidly
and, as a result, thc;y comprise 821~ by Novemburrccenbcr
and 62% of the total niziber by JanuaryFebruary. The
gullet grub larvae fall out from midFebruary to midVAny,
stroki fron the end of February to midJune.
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NAZARKUNHAICKDOV, M*Ao. )mnd. biol. nauk.
Ox warble fly In the Uzbek S.S.R. Vbtarinartle, 35 no.4:82 Ap 158.
(KIRA MY)
1, Institut voologit I parazitologli AN UcSSR.
(UzboklutanVarblo flies)
NAZAIUMMANDOV, N.A.
.
toparasitRe of w114 mammals In Kentmakh District, Uzbekistan.
Ush.biol.chur. no.1:6571 159. (MIRA 12:7)
1. Inatitut toologit I paraxitologil AN UzSSR.
(Kentuakh DistrictInsects, IniuIous ead beneficial)
(ParasitesRodentia)
(ParasitesInsectivora)
NAZARMUT]WK]MV, H.A.
Gray flesh flies of
159.
the Angren Valley. Dokl. AN Uz.SSR no.2:5153
(KIRA 12:4)
1. Inatitut zoologii i parazitologii All UzSSR. Predstarleno akademi
kom AN UrSSR T.Z. Zakhidovym.
(Angren ValleyFleah flies)
2934. DEfER4111ATION OF WAINTING SIPPMIs OF .0 Tj Ile UIC,
COAL AMU_G S BY 1113TI op =RT 'TC
S.A. (Ugol (COU), Mar. 1953, 32 1U). A series of

Fuel Abstracts in an experimental mine in 11951 with a vien to cnplo)iru;
6it
voi. 14 110 4 microceisvdo instruments for determining warning sytTpto_zs of
October 1953 sudden outbursts of coal and gas are described. It vias found
Natural Solid that the nuxber of microselpic irq)Uses recorded per rrdnute
Fuels: Winaing increased radically as nich as 2 hours before an outturstj
moreoverp the impulses become more prvlonged, and 3114ght noizes
are heard. In many cases, the outburst can then be prevaited by
an interruption of winning. Hicroseismic instrumeniz can be used
not only for prevention of sudden outbursts but also for the
ftuther study of their nature and mechanism. (L). Nocopo
S/169j/62/000/012//024/095
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Nazarnyy,
TITL'E: Al)plying the seismic method in enginceringgeology
Surveyr.
I G D I C., L 11wferativnyy zhu.. tl, Gcofiziha, no. 12, 1962, 3334,
a:)str,ict 12.L284 (1n collection: Novoyc v metodihi i
te',.hn. geolo[;orazvcd. rabot, 5, L., 1962, L14130)
T~=: The withor considers the feasibility of applying.
seismic cK,)1oration in caginceringgeology surveys in order to study
the eneral structurc of loose dcposits and to determine the elastic
constants of naturally occurring roc:ts. It is concluded that the
cor.1.1.)Ositc use of lcaClin" purcly longitudinal w mes and ,S.~typc
waves corresponding to he samc intcrface is e,,.pedient. The compo
site use of these waws allows data to ~)c obtaind about nonuniform
itics in the medium coverin[; the rcZraction boundary. Vertically
polarized SV waves distinguishable on ZX seismogr,,ms can also be
used in the coq)lex. They can be generated by mechanical impacts
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~)Aying the seismic method ... D228/D307
or e:qplosions. 1ictho(Ir, of the selection of waves accorein, to
their types have great significance in the execution of enr,inccrinE;
survcyc. The corrc5ponding Gunis and differences of: seismic
rocordings may be uacd for thirj purpoac,
,n~bstracter's note: Complete tralnsiation2
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NAZAMYY, S.A.
Graphiii anallysis ztethcd for dotnmlrini lfta velz:ity :air
hodographs of foruard waves. Raviodo I p,c=o geof1to ro*492
3950 063 (MTRA I!.," )
.l.lIAZANIYY, S.A.
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AUT11OR: Nazarnyy, S.A.
ORG: VITR
TITLE: Design of seismic apparat9 for the exploration of low depths
SOURCE: USSR. Gosudarstvennyy geologicheskiy komitet. Osoboye konstruktorskoye,byuro.1
Geofizic6eskaya apparatura, no,
TOPIC TAGS: mining engineering, prospecting, seismologic instrument, seismologic
station/ ASH1 seismologic station, '7S24P oeismologic station
'V40 ko 150 11 ?01
ASS711ACT: The author discusses scismi ~Oavc&.tina e nv i r omen t s, specific areas per
tinent to shallow depth exploration and the various field uses of seitmic instrumenta
tion. Requirementsfor efficient field operation are reviewed and general specifica
tions proposed. Motivation for this paper is rooted in the reported technical and ex
ploitational drawbacks of the existing instrumentation. Requiremetris for adequate sys
tems must include capability for easy operation in bad weather, quick evaluation of
results, low weight, operation with limited number of personnel and quick readiness.
For very shallow depth work (microseismic apparatus, for 5  10 meters), a limited
number of chaviorls and cathode rAy or tiltrelviolet light recocding is desired, To is%
prove the resolving potmr, and secure other advantages,  exciting hequencies up to
300  500 cycles/sec are necessary. A magnetic tape buffer for playback into an oscil
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loscope for signal inspection and later transfer to final storage in form of photogra
phs is desired. For explorations at 50  100 meters, the current equipment is repre
sented by the ponderous and heavy (300 kg) SS24P seismic station. A recent, more eff~
cient development is the seismic station AS141, with 6 channels, magnetic tape regi I
stration buffer and ascillographic recording. A general view of the apparatus is Shown,
in Fig. 1.  4 . I   , I
a
Fig. 1. Seismic apparatus ASM1. I Record/reprodtice amplifier box 2 Power
supply. 3  Magnetic tape recorder with visual control. 4  Oscillog :,.ph N700.
5. Filter box. Orig. art. has 2 figures
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Discussing Epecial meth,,>ds of teaching geography. e
25 no.2':E687 KrAp 162. MT.R;%
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NAZAROV, A.
Soviot =%zhInejr in :he I~Ixtlight. Vne&h. 111, 1 ~ I
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1'rtp^re i r da,.,4 t It" r : t'" s m o 'yv" mi * c t 1.6 1 In~
53SH 35 iio.114li, '64. (MIRA IP:4
1. VsoqlyuzVy
pr coy sh lo nnost
SOKOIOV, Yu., sudlyR respblikayiskoy kategoril; NAZAR07 A 1, d 1 va
rosFublikanskoy ka#.egorii 
At Moscow In the fall..* Fxyl. rodo 15 no.22s26 D 164. (ViRl. Igo)
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AUTHORS: ~Galayanov, V. V.; Gorygnova.,. N. A.; Korshak, K. K.;
Mamayev,:S 1 Nazarov, A.
~.QRGt Phyaicotect!hical Inatitute im. A. P. lof fe AN SSSR Leningrad
(Fizikotekhnicheakiy institut A SSSR)
..TITLEt Some properties of pCdSnAs,
BOOM Plaikh tvtMeg'o telfto V 'It no~ Wj 190to 3 6 5'1G
TOPIC TAM cadmium compound, arsenic compound, tin compound,
eloatric comttctiviLy, wai coorrisoctnt, thermo
Ingle
electrta.power, temperature dependence
;ABSTRACT: Although the propertica 'of
ntypeMSnAs have been doo
J_
cribed. in the literature, there is no pub IiMectl' Inf Anatl.on on the
ptype compound. The authors have produced by single erlatals of
ptype CdSvAs zone malting and measured the temperature, dependence
or the specific: electric conductlvitycF,, the Hall coefficient R, and
f
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Ithe thermoelectric power a on two samples measuring 11.4 x 3.
2 x 2.4
and 6.4 x 1.45 x 1.1 mm with hole densiUes 2.6 and 3 x 10 cm3 ret
spectively at 100K. With increasing temperature the IL,11 constant
s like T0575
ign near room temperature, and a varie with
inareasinF U
temperature from 100K to rooin temperature, after which it
'Increases.sharply in the~region or the tranoltion to IntrInsLe con
ductivity. The differential thermal emf is positive at low teimera
tures at 180 pv/deg. At 380K It reverses sign and incteases in, rb
solute magnitude to 240 4y/deg. The width of the forbidden band at
'OOK was found to be 0.254 ev. The differences between the ntype and'
ptype samples is attributed to the differencetin thecarrIer mobil
!ties. The effective mass of the carriers is found to he 0.4 m0.
is concluded that CdSnAs., like its isceleatronid analogs InAs and
TDrAI by Inv(!O rixwLtIlity raLLO Itful a
largo OMOLLVO MfT" MUO, OPL9. Urt. h4fff 1*JEWep:,*
14011 0 NO r I 114_05R Nk ~t i RE '01 M r
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Vaus   .  I
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TITLE: ptype"~dSA62kand its electric properties
SOUXE: Ref. zh. Fizika, Abs. 4A639
REF SOURCE: Sb. Simpqzium. Protsessy sinteza I rosta hristallov i plenok polupro
vodnik. mater alov, 5
I Tezisy dokl.
TOPIC TAGS: cadmium compound, Gtoichiometry, single crystal growiY43, temperature dei
pendence, semiconductor conductivity, electron mobility, hole mobilLty, Hall mobility,,
carrier density
ABSTRACT: Polycryattudine homogeneous samples of ntype CdSnAs2 were synthesized by
the method oi njWogether stoichiometric batches in evacuated and sealed quartz
ampoules, using vibi~ti n mixing during the synthesis and cooling. The ptype
CdSnAS2 single crystalskere obtained by zone recrystallization of ntype polycrystal
line samples. The Width of the molten zone was 5  10 um, the nurber of passages !
through the zone 20  25, the speed of motion of the molten zone 37.5 and 6 =/hr. +
2
Single crystals 6  7 cm long with transverse cross section 0.25 crW were obtained.
Measurements were made of the temperature dependence of the electric conductivity
and of the Hall effect In a temperature interval 90  8OOK. The HaU mobility at
"OOK is
2
nj  316 cm2/vsec, and the carrier density is 2 x 1027 czC:3. The ratio oC
electro o hole mobility is b w 36. (Translation of abstract]
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NAZAROV. A.A,
Su r day in the Xyzyl Kum,, Priroda 50 no*7:124 il 161.
(KERA 1/+ t 6)
1. Institut geografii. AN SSSRP Moskwa.
(Uzyl hum.Sw=er)
KU"V. A.A.
Rare complications of ureteral calculus. Azsrb.u*d.zbnr. no3s
6466 Kr 060. (KIRA 13t6)
1. Iz Wedry urologit (jav.  prof. N.B, Lblyev) Axerbaydzhan
skogo Cosudarstvannago Instituta usaverthenstymatya vrachey
(direktor  prof. A.M. Allyev).
(CALGULT, URIMY)
UAZJWOV , A.A.
Formation of the penis and urethra in perineal hIppospedia si=ULlaU:l,7
hermaphrodil,3m. Azerb. mad. zhur. no.8:6570 N 161. (KIqA 15:2)
PLN I A UWILM) (U&MWASURGE 1)
NAZAROV, A.A. (Moskvu)
Shrews and forest predators. Friro,;a 52 no.11:211 163.
(KTP A 17: 1)
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NAZARDVF A.A.; SHULII6, M.H.; 3TOFONKIN, A.V.
Thermodynamic properties of the
Part 2: Activities and activity
of a system for the solid phase
Test. ILIT. 18 no.16t94102 163.
system AgC1  NaCl  FbC'2'
coefficients of components
of variable composition.
(MIRA 16:11)
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and al, cu'w~ tares, Tne Shru i3
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w 'of r 'nify I rl III
slanting shtlB ano wor uppliuMion. Ak:,A Nau~ A
T;rtf:F!., Aff, 01.."ni
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SOV/124 5733406
Translation from Referativnyy zhurnal . Mekhanika, 1957, Nr 3, p I I I (USSR)
AUTHOR: Nazarov, A  A 
TITLE: The Method of Successive Approximations in the Theory of
Shallow Shells (Metod posledovatel'nykh priblizheniy v teorii
pologikh obolochek)
PERIODICAL: Uch. zap. Saratovsk. unt, 1956, Vol 52, pp 3339
ABSTRACT: The paper gives an account of the method of successive approxima
tions for the solution of linear problems of the theory of shallow
shells. In a first version the stress function and the deflection
function are assumed in the form of an expansion according to
powers of small parameters, for which purpose the shellcurvature
parameters are used. The problem is reduced to the solution of a
recurrent system of differential equations wherein it is necessary
at each stage of the approximation to solve the problem of the plane
stress distribution as well as the problem of the bending of the
plate onto which the shell is projected in the plan view. The formu
lation of the problems of the theory of shallow shells in terms of
Card I /Z complex variables is submitted in the paper. It is pointed out that
SOV/124 57 3 3406
the Method of Successive Approximations in the Theory of Shallow Shells
the smallparameter method is of practical value only for shells having a small
rise. In the second version the shell thickness is assumed as the small parame
ter. while the stress functions and deflection functions are assumed in the form
of an expansion according to the powers of that parameter. Some numerical
examples are analyzed. The paper fails to cite any bibliographic references.
M. S. Kornishin
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Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Mekhanika, 1957, Nr 4, p 105 (USSR)
AUTHOR: Nazarov, A. A
TITLE: Differential Equations for Large Deflections of Shallow Shells (Diffe
rentsial'nyye uravneniya pologoy obolochki pri bol'shikh progibakh)
PERIODICAL: Uch. zap. Saratovsk. unt, 1956, Vol 52, pp 4150
ABSTRACT: A derivation of a system of two differential equations of equilibrium
of shallow shells relative to large displacements. These equations
were derived prior to the appearance of a paper by D. Yu. Panov and V.
I. Feodos'yev (Prikl. matem. i mekhanika, 1948, Vol IZ, Nr 4) in
which analogous equations were developed. The author's version uf
the theory of shallow shells differs from the form commonly accepted
in technical literature [Vlasov, V. Z., Obshchaya teoriya obolochek
(General Theory of Shells), Gostekhizdat, 19491 in that his equation
for the projection of forc,~s onto a plane normal to the middle surface
contains an additional, nonlinear, member the magnitude of which is
a function of the deflection W. According to the author's computations,
the effect of this additional member is insignificant. Thus, in the
Card I /Z case of shells that are rectangular in plan view the effect of this
Differential Equations for Large Deflections of Shallow Shells
SOV/1 Z45744605
member may be disregarded if the minitnumspan length excecds the thickness of
the shell by a factor of seven or eiRht. 'rite solution for a symmetrical problem
dealing with large deflections in a shallow spherical membrane having a fixed con
tour and being subjected to the action of a unifotm external pressure is given in
the first approximation. A comparison is made between the experimental and
theoretical results. The case of a rectangulat (in plan views shallow shell sup
ported freely at the edges and subjected to a uniformly distributed surface pres
sure is analyzed. The straincompatibility equation is integrated rigorously with
the aid of trigonometric series. It is suggestcd that the other equation be soived
with the aid of the Bubnov method [Comments on the work of proiessor S. P. Timo
shenko "On the Stability of Elastic Systems". Sb. Inta inzh. put. joobshch.,
1913, Nr 31; lzbrannyye trudy (Selected Works), Sudpromgiz, 1956, pp 1361391.
The method of solution adopted makes it possible to satisfy all boundary conditions.
A. V. Sache"nkov
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'tifferential, 3quatious for a Shallow Shell Under Extreme Bendingg"
by &A. Wassroy, Veh. m. Saratovsk. un , 1956, 52P Vp 415o,
(from Referatiynyy ZhurnaL  Yekhanika, No 4, Apr 57, Abstract
No 46o~5_, by A.V. Sachyenokov)
"This article develops a system of two differential equations of
eVIlibrium for a shallow shell during extreme deformation. These eqvatlins
were obtained prior to the appearance of the work of D.Tu. Fanov and V.I.
T410doelyev (Prikl. matem. i mekhanika, No 4 1948,) In which similar equa
tions are introduced. The variation of the theory of shallov shells pre
sented by the author differs from that contained in the literature (Vlasov,
VA. Cbshchaya theor&2 obolochek (General Theory of Shellt. Gostekhizdat,
19k9$ by the presence, in the equation of projected forces on a center
normal to the surface, of an additional nonlinear value which depends an
the bending W. In accordance with the author's calculations, the effect of
tbat additional value is of little significance. For eyample, In the care
of rectangular shells, the effect of that value can be discarded, if the
length nf the smallest span exceeds a sevenor eightfold thickness of the
shell. The first approx1ration provides the solution of a probiem dealing
with extreme bending in the contour of a shallow spherical shell subjected
to toMwo eicteroal pressure. The theoretical results are comparvi with
the experimental. The article also analyzes the case of a shallow rectangular
shell,, freely supported at the sides and loaded with uniformly distributed
pressure.
. "Me equation of ec"Iez deformation Is precisely integrated in a trig
onometric series. Bubnow's method to recoamnded for the other equation
a report on the work of S.P. Tbaoshenko, Ob Ustoychlypatt uPrMlkh 51sten
Covaernlag the Stability of EUstIc Sys " Sb. inta, Inth. soobahch.,
~
1913P No 31; Isbrann;ye trtd (Collected Works), Sudproxglz, 1956, PP 136
a
139). The developed ;;M7 of solution xaMs it possible ta solve all
closely related problems." (U)
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Translation from. Referativnyy zhurnal, Mckhanika, 1960, No. 6, P. 1141, 0 7769
AUTHOR: Nazarov, A.A.
TITLE: The Application of the B.G. Galerkin Method to the Calculation of
Sloping Shells
PERIODICAL: Nauk. zap..Kiye sk, unt. 1957, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 6367
TEXT: The author considers a sloping shell, rectangular in horizontal
projection,subjected to the action of a uniformly distributed load normal to
the medium surface. The deflection is represented by a double series in cosines;
then a nonhomogeneous biharmonic equation is obtained for the stress flanction.
The coefficients in the expression of the deflection are determined by the
BubnovGalerkln method from the second equation connecting the deflection and
the stress function.
S.A. Shesterikov
Translator's note: This ~~s the full translation of the original Russian
abstract.
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Translation fromt Referativnyy zhurnal.Matematika,1959,Nr 9,pp 103104 (USSR)
AUTHORt.Nazarov.0.0
TITIZ: The Solution of the Differential Equations for the Equilibrium of a
Flat Shell With a Given Plan With the Aid of Ordinary Trigonometric Series
PERIODICALt Nauk.zap.Kyyivalk.unt,1957,16,lir 16,135147
ABSTRACT: The author considers the equilibrium oquationn of a flat shell
with respect to the shifts
(1) IV I+V 1 C,
xx 2 yy' 2 xy 4x
v 1 .p 1+V + ? . 0;
yy+ 2 vxx+ 2 ux. R 'by
2 1) 
(2) 17 4w+ + 2 + W I L(u + %)v )+ I(V + Vu 0,
D R1 1) RI x y 72 V X)l  D
(R112 2 1
The author introduces a function t of the shifts with the aid of which (1)
is replaced by the relations bl~
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The Solution of the Differential Equations for the Equilibrium of a Flat
Shell With a Given Plan With the Aid of OrdinRry Trigonometric 3eries
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\ R,
JL
R2)
v L
0X6 Y 2 2 (RI
t ~L)
R2 1
?!I ;
'Bf 3
I+V
2
a ,
1 3
L a~L +
2a Y
'b x \
~L
R , 3 1
A> +
R2 3
T I IL_
(4)
For the function from (2) one obtainn:
(5) V'++ 11(1%P2) ( I A 2
D R22'bX4 ' RiR2 bx ~'_~Y2 Ri2 lay4j D
If the shell is rectangular in the plan, then (~ of (5) is sought with
the hypothesis x
+ = f4~k(x) Sir'
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The Solution of the Differential Equations for the Equilibrium of a Flat
Shell With a Given Plan With the Aid of Ordinary Trigonometric Series
where ~k (x) has to satisfy an equation of 8th order by the solution of
which the author obtains eight arbitrary constnrts. Furthermore the author
considers deformed states being symmetrical with respect to the yaxis,so
that for the satisfaction of the boundary conditions there remain four
constants. Tho author considers a univernally flexibly clamped shell, where
he succeeds in satisfying rigorously tho boundary conditions of the
flexible clamping. The boundary conditions of the tangential 3tate of
tension are satisfied only on the sides x . + 2, Two types of such con
ditions are considered 2
a) Txlx.+a' 1(y); S1 X= +a %f(y)
b) uIx.1a = S1 X+a0.
The author gives results of numerical calculations for different aspect
ratios of the rectangular plan and for different thinknot3s of tbe 0('11.
Remark of the reviewer: In the case of a spherical shell (R R2) the re
presentation (3) (4) can be usod only for the description olmsome states
of tension. if R;~ R2, then (3)(4) can be used for the desciption of
arbitrary states of tension. I.I.Vorovich
Card 3/3 k
DMOT, " (ru'r).
$~ M~ " ~ , . , '. .
Basla aygtom of equatIons for ths equIlIbrlum of
MmInian with swusrism In Russl= and ftgllshl.
U03980" 158.
sloyIng ghells [In
ftkl. mkh. 4
(KIRA lit4)
10' Kilvalkly derzhavnly unlyersitat.
(11astle plates and ahells)
66205
16,6900 SOV/1465866/16
AUTHORS: Nazarov, A.A., Aspirant, and Petrov, Yu.P., Senior
Engineer
TITLE: Electrochemical V&A= C a U
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priborostroy
eniye, 1958, Nr 6, PP 5053 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: Development of computing technics requires designing
of different devices which could record information
received from arithmetical nodes of a calculating ma
chine, keep this information, and give it out when need
ed. There are different requirements set before these
devices. Some of them are supposed to operate at high
speeds when recording and reading; others do not re
quire a high operational speed, but their sizet sim
pleness of design and low cost come to the forefront.
This article deals with a "I ry device construct
ed on the principle of chemical processes. The cell
described in this article is based on the speed of
metal precipitation on the electrcdes; the last de
Card 113 pends, in its turn, on the change of electrode potenti
1 66205
Electrochemical Memory Cell SOV/1465866/16
Card 2/3
As is well known, a metal being immersed into electro
lyte has, at a certain electrolyte concentration, a
sharply defined electrode potential value which can be
expressed by formulae E E0 + Una, where E is metal
electrode potential, E standard electrode poten
tial; a  cation activ?ty in electrolyte; k  con
stant (at T = const.). With the flowing of DC through
electrolyte, the metal is taken from one electrode
precipitated on the other, thus changing the working
electrode potential. The device consists of a cell
provided with three electrodes: one of them is made
of zinc and the other two  the working and the stand
ard  of amalgamated copper. Zinc is precipitated on
the working electrode while the standard electrode
potential remains unchanged. The working and the zinc
electrode are placed in one receptacle, the atandard 
in another (Figure 1); both receptacles are electro
lytically connected. The zinc electrode is connected
to +, the working, to  of the source of electric
energy. The precipitation process runs according to
formula Zn~'+ 2e ,o Zn. Zinc amalgam is formed, and q1_1000,
Electrochemical Memory Cell
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electromotive force between the working and the stand
ard electrode appears; its value is 1.1 v. The pro
cese of registration is determined by the time during
which the precipitation takes place; should it be
desired to obliterate the information, reverse polari
ty current is applied which entails returning of pre
cipitated metal into solution in the form of ions.
The electrochemical cells can be used in relaycomput
ing machines and in other devices which do not require
high operating speeds. There are 1 graph and 1 dia
gram,
ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet imeni A.A.
Zhdanova (Leningrad State University imeni A.A. Zhda
nov)
SUBMITTED: September 18, 1958
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206) 31016
S/573/61/000/005/006/023
D201/D305
AUTHORS: Nazarov, A.A., and Petrov, Yu.P.
TITLE: An electrochemical device for simulating a condi
tioned reflex
SOURCE: Akademiya nauk SSSR. InstitiA elektromekhaniki.
Sbornik rabot po voprosam elektromekhaniki. no. 5,
Moscow, 1961. Avtomatizatsiyal telemekhanizatsiya
i priborostroyeniye, 65  69
TEXT: The authors give the results of their experimental investi
gations into the possibility of obtaining a conditioned reflex
unit as based on an earlier datigned electrochemical memory unit.
The circuit (Fig.) consists of two partes A and C. There are two
inputs: Unconditioned UC and conditioned ON. There is one output
to the output stage. D6pending on its setting, the device either
operates the output stage when a pulse is applied to ON or not.
When a pulse is applied to input ON it operates the relay ON and
completes the circuit for charging capacitor C by closing the re
Card 1/~,'
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8/'573/61/00()/005/006/023
An electrochemical device for D201/D305
lay P. When the voltage at C reaches the firing voltage of the
neon bulb MH3 (MN3)p the capacitor dischargest operates the re
iay 0 cutting off the supply of relay P. The system relay P and 0,
the rC and the neon bulb form the "time memory" of the deviceIf
soon after the pulse at CN has been applied, there is a pulse apIL
lied to UCp one pulse (positive) Is applied to counter C, thus ef
fecti.,_g one step of the "tra4ning". If in the wake of the signal
A,
at CN there is a pulse appli ed to UC, the counter, after having
counted n positive pulses, sends a pulse to the "reflex relay" R.
After the relay R operates, the pulse applied to the conditioned
input through the contacts of R operates the output stage: the de
vice in in the "trained condition". If now the conditioned stimu
lator is stopped to be reinforced by the unconditioned, i.e. if
there is no pulse at UC following the pulse at CN, the relay CN
after operating, remains holding the relay SB and may be opened on
ly by opening the normally closed contacts of the relay UC, i.e.
only after the application of a pulse to the input of UC. If this
pulse is not appiied with relay 0 operating, a negative pulse is
applied to the counter. After a few of these the counter returns to
Card OV
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8/573 61/U00/005/006/023
An electrochemical device for D201 D305
its iiiitial condition, the relay R has no supply and the output
stage will not respond to the pulse at the input of CN: the circuit
has "forgotten" the cooled conditioned reflex. Thus the above cir
cuit corresponds to the socalledp in biology, "classic saliva re
flex". Variants of the circuit are discussed as achieved by chang
ing the components of part A of the device, including the applica
tion of thermistors according to,.M. Dzh, Maglin and I. Suzerlend
(Ref. 3: Kiberneticheskiy sb., no. 1, 1960). The use of counters
and difficulties in their applications in the cct are discussed.A
circuit of conditioned reflex is considered, in which  to avoid
the inherent complications resulting from the use of counters 
an electrochemical counter is used. This counter being very simple
makes it possible to form the process of initiating and stopping
the conditioned reflex largely similar to that of living animals ,
The electrochemical element consists of a hermetically sealed ves
eel with three j*ectrodes: one zinc electrode and two similar stan
dard and working eleotrodee made of copper plates, covered with the
amalgam of mercury. When a voltage pulse 18 applied to the zinc and
working electrodes then chle to electrolysls# zinc is deposited at
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An ele,~torochemical device for ... D201/D305
the working electrode and a potential difference arises between the
latter and the standard electrode. This potential difference may
operate the relay R. With a pulse of reversed polarity the zinc
from the working electrode goes into solution and the potential lif
ference disappears. This electrochemical process may be used as a
memory device for storing one bit of binary information and is used
in the conditioned reflex simulator as the counter for stimulating
pulses. Its use makes the des,.ribed circuit behave extremely simi
larly to that of ilving organisms, where the stability of the evol
ved reflex depends on the number of stimulators and the reflex as
evolved in the past may be reinstated even after being seemingly
completely lost. There are 1 figure and 3 Sovietbloc references.
Card 44'/
ARANZON, M.A.; NAZAROVV A.A.
(Prcdaction machining of heat resistant steels] Proizvo
ditelInala. obrabotka zharoprochnykh stalei rezaniem.
Kuibyshev, Kuibyshevskoe knizbnoe izdvo, 1965. 74 p.
(MIRA 18:7)
NAZAROV, A.A.
Thermodynamic properties of the solid solutions
AgC1  NaCl. Zhur. fiz. kbim. 39 no.6:14511457
Je 165. (MIRA 18M)
1. Leningradskiy politekhnicheskly institut. Submitted
March 25, 1964.
ACC NR,
.A.M7003445 Monograph UR/
Nazarov, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich
Principles of theory and methods of design computation of shallow shells (Osnovy
teorii i metody rascheta pologikh obolochek) Leningrad, Stroyizdat, 66.
0302 p. Rids. , biblio. 7, 000 copies printed
t
TOPIC TAGS: shell, shell design, shallow shell, spheric shell, reinforced shell
structure, differential geometry, finite difference
PURPOSE AND COVERAGE: The book gives an account of the general theory of
shells of arbitrary shape and presents the fundamental principles of the theory
of shallow shells. A detailed analysis is made of shallow spherical shells and
of shells rectangular in plane, both smooth and reinforced with ribs. The
calculatio.m are illustrated by numerical examples. The book is intended for
engineers, designers, and scientific workers.
TABLE OF CONTENT (abridged):
Foreword 3
card 1 / 2 UDC: 624.074. 4
ACC NR; Ai~~03445
Ch. 1. Some data from differential geometry  4
Ch. 2. General theory of elastic thin shells of arbitrary shape  34
Ch. 3. Theory of shallow shells 77
Ch. 4. Shallow spherical shells 105
Ch. 5. Shallow shells, rectangular in plane  137
Ch. 6. Shallow shells rectangular in plane and reinforced with rigid ribs 7 212
Ch. 7. Method of finite difference and its application to calculations of shallow
shells  233
Literature  299
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2/2
YEM079 I.A.1 Friftlza.U uchastiyet KOBM'Vg V.V.; NAZAROV9 A.D. 1 WV
CHENKOVAq R.N.
[Study of the remapstization tim of farromaguetic filmtype
elements] Issledovanie, vremeni peremagnichivaniia forromagnit!
zWkh planoobrqkh slementov. Moskva, Int tochnoi mekhanikJ i
vyohislitellaoi tokbalki Akad. n=k SMs, 1961. 23 p.
(HIM 140)
(Forrates) Orerrwagnetism)
RAZAROV, A.D., starshiy prapodavatell
Slwp for procesOng corncobs. Z[2ivotwvo"tvo 24 no.9s23 3 162.
(KERA 1502)
1, Kiohinevokly BellskokhozyzyotvenM institut.
(Corncobs as food)
17,
KOCHURGV~ Aleksay Stepanovich; q44AR T. Alskstydayrilovich; ZASTPKIN.
Aleksay Goorgiyevich; GIXKRL'KAM. Mikolay Robartovich; TOrZWT,
Andrey redorovich; MESTHROV. Boris Arkadlyevich; TWANOT,
Andray Konstantinovich; F11IPPOT, A.S., kand.takhnnauk, retsenzent;
RTAZAMOV, K,I,g Inch., reteenzent; ZAKHAROT. B.P., inch.. red.;
WIMOT. M.P.. tekhn.red.
(Manuel for modeluakers] Spravcchnik rabochagomodel'shchika.
Komkva. Gos.nauchnotekhn.1zdvo mashinostroit.litrys 1959.
379 P. (KIRA 13:3)
(Models and modelmaking)
W.Zkr,OVO A.G.
Mechanical airdlaritics of nolicis and their tippl'cation to the
flti0y of structural elemento and neis.,ric reiiiqtance of buildings.
1 Arm. SSR. Ser. tekh. naA 16 ro.4014 163.
Report Ho.8. Izv. k! (.'URA 16:10)
1. Institut Coeliziki i inzhenernoy aey5mnlogii AN Arm
ran3koy
SSR.
bLLL~~ , ACf.
Cold welding process of castiron with combined electrodes Mo3kva, Goo. Pransp. theldor.
Izdvo, 1951o 37 p. (5139WS)
TK466o.N3
!"A!'A!XV' A. t3r.
Welding
Coli melding of iron,, Ntuka I zhi,,nl .. No. 2, 1952.
y rry .)' arch IK2. ITT, L., '  7: 1 7,D .
.c,r,t~jj~ LL11 .2f Rupainn Augglic..i.9, Utr, ..'  I
11AZAROV, A. G.
RTMIN, Q.T., nodal'ehchlk; XUZIN. R.P., Inchener, redaktor; MAZAROT, A.G.,
Inzhener. rotgengent.
Cliff talent use of elootrIc tools In patterazaking sh4psl Ratolonal
nos prImenenle elaktrifitstroyannogo Inotrumuta v modelluou teekhm.
Pod red. R.P.Euslua. S"rdlovak, Go@. naucha.takhn. IKdv* xanhlno
strait. I sudostroit. litry. (UraloSibirskoe otdnle] 1953 20
7:73*
(Power tools) (Patternmaking)
RAWOT, Alskmandr Gavrilovich, slektroevarshchik; POSPRLOW. V.5.,
~e~, MY1,'S. 1. ' tekhnicheekly r edaktor
[Iron's ssoond life] Wtorais zhisn' chuguna. [KosLval Izdvo
VTvWS proftedat, 1954. 92 p. (Raeskazy novatorov) (KLRA 8:8)
(Cast ironVoldivg)
MAZAROT !L*'"Z.9:',OrEtayavich: OBUKHOT. Alaictandr Wasillyevich:
VEL,412k, Ale"ar AlSkSOYSTICh; BRAYLOVSKIY. M.a.. inzhaner.
radaktor; YUD2DN. D.H., takhnicheekly rodaktor.
(Cold welding of castiron with an electrode bundle) Kholodnaia,
avarka chugmna kodhintrovanr7m puchkom slaktrodav. Izd.3a.
Darer. I dop. kozkva. aas.trancv.zheidor. izdwo. 1955. 123 P.
(CastironWelding)
KOCHUOV, A S.; NAZAROV, A.G.; ZASYPKIII, A.G.j GIMMELIMAN, N.R.
ideceasddjfTCf.wMV, A.F.; NESTMOVA.A.; FILIPPOV, A.S.,
kand. tekhn. naukj, retsenzent; RIAZPWOV, K.I., inzh.,
retsenzent; ZAKMOV, B.P., inzh., nauchn. red.; YERYAKOV,
W.P., tekhn. red.
(Handbook for mold makers] Spravochnik rabochegomodell
shchika. Izd.2.p perer. i.dop. Moskva, Mashgiz 1 1963.
360 p. (MIRA 17:2)
DLZAROV. A.G.
,.Cd. 
Instrummmtal determ1nation of solftle forces for structural
designing (with summary in Niglish]. Izv.AN Arm.SMAst.nauki
mo.30150 '47. (Km 98)
1. ChlenLorrempandent AN AnWangkoy M.
(Earthquakes wA building)
VAZLROV. A.G.
am
Fundamental relations of operational calculus and impulse functions.
Izv.AV Arm.6M.Est.nauki no.9:311 147. (MM 9: 8)
1. Chlonkorrespondent AN Aru.M.; 2. Institut Stroymaterialov i
Soorushenty AN Arm. 3M.
(Calculus. Operational)
MAZAROV. A. G.
StIoltJos Integr&I &ad Impulse functions. 1zv.AV Ars.SM.Zst.
nauki no.9:1318 147. (KLRA 9:8)
1. Chlonkorrespondent AN Arm. M.; 2. Institut Stroymaterialov I
Sooruzheniy AN Arm. SSEL.
(integrals)
MA !EO.V p I A.G.
Linear differential equation with constant coefficients In contour
derivatives. Izv.AN Arm.SM.Smr.1M nauk I no.4:283288 148.
(Km 9:8)
1. Institut strottellvjkh matertalov I sooruchenly Akademit nauk
Arm nskoy SSR.
(Differential equations. Linear)
UZAROT. A. G.
`4,~ ?~
Separating Wpulse functions into orthogonal series. I%v.AJI Arm.
SM.Ser.IM nauk I ito.6:447459 '48. (nu 9 i 3)
1. Terevanskly politakholchookly Institut Iment X. Karksa.
(Series. Orthogonal)
NAM3W, A.G.
0 =4 =Ontact problems In the theory of shall@. :)oLl.AN Arm. SO
9 noatk66 048. (KERA 9slO)
I* ChUnkorrespondent Akademil nauk Arwyanskay SSR. 2. Institut
stroltellnykh uaterlalov I aoorushaniy Akadealt nauk Aroyanskor
SSR. Yerevan.
(Mastic plates and ghelle)
IIAZIULOV, A.G.. doktor natj;c.
 I to probleis )f structural n2pszhaalcs.
Appl7ing 4'~,nCtj,)nS
Imal. PC teor. soorlah. nn.ls216227 "0. (KLRA Ir,: 1)
(I~mctiorn, 3i"ontinuous) (Structures, Theory of)
lk'Altijlp A. ~,.
  pl"Atu ~,;itjj placed p:i!,;illf!I ." ::i
Naz.afloll j a. ~. nA I
Doklady (Aki"'. :La:i" Ar:i. 33:1), J'~i. f., ."). 1, p. P!Ij,
(Resime in krneri~an).
SO: 71306, '1 AzV 1~3,(D,topi:, 'Z'hur;,al On,k.,i 3tatej, .~o. i9 i)0).
" ~ 7 ") '.r
, I
I
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7klzdy (Tk2d. nauk Arra. SS It.) f
2h, (pesume in Armcni2n) .
Sr. :: U4631"', 16 Sept. 53, "'LeAr,
23, 1,A)).
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I ~, 7n r,  ',
ioi. .,,, No. 3, 1~,,, :.~. 121
i5 '": lny'~ ~tlt~*Y, *~G
!fAROV, AG.
.00~~
GONOWM
Biharmonic equation In contour derivatives. DoklJl Am. SSR.
11 uool:78 149* (MA 9: 10)
1. Chlaukorrespondent Akademli nauk Artyanskoy SSR.
2. Institut stroltallrqkh materialov 1 soormthenly Akadazil nauk
Arwyanskoy SSR, Yerevan,
(Differential mquations)
Calculation of hysteresis In elastic vibratiou. 1".AH Arm.M.Ser.
FM nauk 6 no.4:2133 J1A6 053. (KraA 9:9)
l.1nstItut stroitallnyth materialov I sooruzhenly All Armyanskoy SS3.
(Vibration)
ZVI.
I
NAMOT, A.G.
Principles of earthquakeresistant construction. DbkI. All Arm. SSR
17 rLo.2:4749 153. (K= 8.2)
1. Ohleakorreepondent Akadesit nauk Arnyanskoy M. 2. Inatitut
stroltellnylkh materialoy i gooruhanty Akadanti nauk Arm:anskoy SSR.
(Zarth(pakes and building)
~1'
vAr"To A.G6
I r:~' 
Smisalc districtluge Irr. All Arm. 3M. Ssr. FM nauk 7 nO1:870
AF 054, (HLRA 6:2)
1. Institut stroitelInyth materialov i sooeuzhaniy AkMemii nauk
Armyanskoy SM.
(Smismoloi7)
Ifev satanic scale. Izv. AN Arm. HSR Bar. MT nauk 7 no.3t
5365 KYIJe 154. (WJA 8: 3
A, .1 26A,,
!, I g " 1 J7 U IjA
Rk=()Tl AeGe
Nowasomft
Equations related to the theory of earthquake resistance arcounting
for energy dissipation. Dokl. AN Arm. SSR 18 no.3:6974 154.
(MIRA 8:3)
1. Chlenkorrespondent Akademit nauk Armyansko7 SSR. 2.Inatitut
stroltal'Dykh materialov i sooruzheniy Akademil, nauk Armyanskoy SSR.
(Earthquakes and building)
ALITNT, G.A.; SMHOV, P.G.; BUIAHZHS, Tu.D.; ROZOVA. Te.A.; DUBROVSKIT. V.G. ,
ARMUMNLISKIT, Y.M.; TSMUIAYA, AeD.; NAZA T. A,O, 
Comments of participants of the meeting. Biul.Sov.po velga. n0.1.8592
155. (Seismology) (KZRA 9:9)
MAZAR ZjjA4ggp,.q$,%;ifovich; ZATRUTY. 9.S., akadermik, retsenzeat;
Qnftmu Z'.."6fvetstvsnnyy radaktor; KAPIANTAV, N.A., toich
atchaskly radaktor
(An engineering nethod of analyzing selevic forces] Ketod insho
nernogo analiza setactchookikh oil. Zrevan. Izdvo Alm4amit naak
Arnianskot $SR. 1956. 186 p. (MLYA 9:11)
1. Akadenlya strottel'stva i arkhttaktury SSSR (for Zavriyov)
(Setemometry)
15571014719
Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Geologiya, 1957, Nr 10,
p 225 (USSR)
AUTHORS: Idedvedev, S. V. ,Nazarov, A. G.
TITLE: The Chief Trend of Investigating EarthquakeProof
Structures (Osnovnyye napravleniya issledovanly
seysmostoykosti sooruzheniy)
PERIODICAL: Tr. koordinats, soveshchaniya po seysmostoyk. strvu,
1954, Yerevan, AN ArmSSR, 1956, pp 103115
ABSTRACT: The authors.give a general survey on the state of the
question of studying earthquakeproof construction;
and principal problems are pointed out applicable to
defining the course of further study. They note,. in
particular, the necessity of continuing the work of
seismic classification of the territory of the USSR
on the basis of profound study of the structures, the
rate of seismic waves through geologic formations, and
the evaluation of soil condition to danger from earth
Card 1/2 quakes. Work should also be continued on developing
The Chief Trend of Investigating (Cont.)
15571014 719
the problems of earthquakeproof dams, bulkheads, and earthen dams,
the principle3 of model construction, the effects of explosions, the
study of seismic movements in the soil, and the impro vement of a
seismic scale.
Card 2/2
N. V. Ornatskiy
Translation from: Referativnyy Zhurnal, Mekhanika, 1957, Nr 1 1, p 122 (USSR)
AUTHOR: Nazarov, A.G.
TITLE: Investigation of Internal Friction During Elastic Vibrations.
(Issledovaniya vnutrennego treniya pri uprugikh kolebaniyakh)
PERIODICAL: Tr. koordinats. soveshchaniva po seysmostoyk. strvu, 1954,
Yerevan (Engl.  Erivan), A N ArmSSR, 1956, pp 131148
ABSTRACT A condensed presentation of results obtained by the Author in his
study of the energy dissipation during nonstationary vibrations and
also in complex stressed conditions.
The possibility of applying the relationships obtained therein to
the formulation of a seismic stability theory and to the design of
seismic simulators for the investigation of earthquake  indLICed
vibrations in structures is outlined. (D. M. Vasifyev)
Card 1/1
IIAUROT, A. G.
I
Stuple method for designtag structures constdoring seismic
stablitty. lzv. AN Arm. SM. Ser, IM &auk 9 zo*1015563 156.
(MMA 10:4)
1. lastitut strottellalkh matortalev t scoruzheity AN Arrq"
sker M.
(larthqu^kes a&4 Trit1ding)
MAZAROT, A.G.
On a possible technique for studying the earthquakerealstant
properties of structures by means of models. Dokl.Aff Are.= 22
n92:5557 156. (KWA 9:7)
1.Chlen~korrospondext AN Armyanskoy SSM. 2.1astitut stroltallnykh
naterialov t sooruzhanir Akadenii nauk Armyauskoy SM.
(Sarthquakee and building)
IL
KLUROV. A.0.
j. ,
StWIYIII, She effect of seismic waves on testing models. Dokl. As
Ara. SiM no.1:911 '57. (KLR& 10:4)
1. Chlonkorrespoudant AN Arm7anskoy SSR. 2. Institut stroitalInyTch
materialoy I soormzhanly Akadamll nauk Arcyanskoy SSR,
(larthquakes and building)