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Ta"--.i.. fi'LiAln Akad. 3573R. lr4;-I;e 11--s T). 9-13, - BIblI'V,: 5 Ite;:9. SO: 11-L11. 17 JUlY 53, (Let-)pitl ZnuMtkl Iny',-.1, St, tfqj, N,). 20, l'?U)). v- I.,- - . -- ~ - ~ . ; ~; ~ ,- .I . NuKolayev. A. V. Intensivit..- of ~,)rvtlon ')f ~~ '.C- fr,.~ t..e !:III Of a cottor. field". Soobvhch. tv.: --, flllnlr,~ SSSF. lrqt-.;e 11, 19L,), ?- 11-1-~ ..4. SO- U-bl", 17 Jiily 5", ('-f%to API I stttoy. ':,). 20. 1?1-1~). 1. ww"TEV. A. V., KUDASHEV, S. T., 2. UM (W) 4. Water,, Underground 7. Experleme of preventing saggIng In loess soils. Sobb. TFAN SWR no. 31, P51- 9o MpmtMj List of ftgoian Accessions, Library of Congress, Varch 1953. Unclassified. Kn"Tw, A.T. Valor se"Goo In As sail profile Of dry fare Ims prwlddd Otth IrrImatles. D*loM UdaeM meolZ:31-35 454. (um 919) 101astiftt "ableved"Irs, mallerstatt I Irr4pleft M ftAWkslay W. Andstawleme ddemew-UsTrespeadeafte AN %AstAkelmy M. 14.2tarthewp, (Water I-. vatwpw"A) OM Ai, .&L vick 3=99MUT.; TINOGRAMUL ...... - !2ft loweer"Olod-va; ETbow at irripoles "*I@* for farm ervel a "wit polivorm V*ddMWW GOVOW&AGISIMM" ktdltw. StallooW. Id--wo AN Sdah.WIL 1956. 2" p. (AkMmit- -=* %Addkdtol MSSWIS%- beA.Trody. wel.46) (UM u 16) Orriolles farming) RVerionso In We prqW&tioa *f sawwaito serbout mid in Ow MY/96-36-10-10/2S do-olliestim of foo&-eater for bigb-wemwe boilers. evaiiabie &* an power station, is dwtd" is ng.i., Bad *o presedwe am& to ussafesture the sarbsol, is described. Us ebmi"I analysis of Ow sorbeet wass U.6% %0; 82% WSCISI 1.30 CaUll 6.80 VOCIS, the reasiader being mWy water. Iseb filter me leads& with 6.8 tons of oerbos$, to thif beigUlke gives In P4.2. Defore the filters were us"t *24060 Obleride me mabod 0" of as soub"41 a graph of oe making prosese appere is ni.s. wi-evais, spreum *I the filters esommo*4 is Ibeek, 1967 and, the remits of six meafte eperatim we plotted Is Fig-4- obleb show that So silise, e=Am6 of the treat" water has gradually Clem to aboics 1.4 W/litre Sift. So Imermse Me probably resulted fres emlemination of fto serboat with Mamie sabs"Wes and Iven Oxides. 2w abomis" waslyste of dw "rbm4 after 4 Samoa Operation is Sivas is U610.21 altbovo the ebudes.1 eampositim ban altered. the mdmiml otrmgfh is =@&wood. the" is a considerable leaffeasio In as Billse. and irem-mide sestowto of Ow awbost. So Bill" oestent of 09 water was semai6at bi#or than it should be# sed atIseplAs to Impoeve malAtere by raising Me treating 6emperatwe by Get to 42ft won Card 2/4 Imettestive. Tests were us,& of the influence of veto of fterismoo In as properatlem, of sweet$* surbeas M4 Is the SW/Wu-10-10/23 do-eiliostlem of food-Inter for big%-promewe bellers. filu%sism sm the t9ftest"m oil puritleatims. it will be seem from Us graph to ftg.$. that " Uw rate is Amereaged trm 4 to lO.T witr me silica *satom$ inereamem, by cal mg/litre. so results pItSted is FIS.G. sbor that by redwift the hydrated allmlimilly of Me water delivered U the sosbm* fil4ors, their offestivess" is i"Coved. Somover, $040 soul& M4 be Sao at IN valuse holes 8.5 bosesso sem"latles of She water by the Irm walpkato um impaired. Ibus the beat sesdiAlm for rmoviag allies from water by mogs"Ite morbout is the owbomate ocadision of UnUg wift Alob She IM valso of No water Is 6.6 - 9. Is six mathe of "perstion She mapasito forbest A ~ A 672 kg of siliesp a third of On theeretie" sqpamitjr. IM use of magmesite w&rbmst sisriltied She press** of water Usaingst and - ed the sills& contest *f the to" water from its former value of 0.8 - 1.3 mg/litre #,o 0.83 - 0.5 me/litre. Dollar blev-deas me eerrospe"Ingly robw*d. Soto is m editorial Cord 3/4 RMUTWO A.T.,Iash.; SUMMMO, A-P.,Inh.; TUSAO X.1001AX110 latustrial doollicoul soot om of water by magwols oarlet0e. Slok. sta, 29 mosill?&28 9 156, (KM It: 12) (Fead-water purifteattom) sualaaa IS.P., amumj, A.Y.8 otv. red.1 MTCMUMO, YO.A., red.j ;FA!Kiio A.*. 0 ukwo- iw-d (&1t rem Us F mme In 2mbef ad vatom of aw maluds stop- "] ftwtoom offi2dalms"wood" v owrW& L ved4kh lu2ndinkal ~o Mmibin*o, ls&dwo Kbln*W ot&alla M ~,, 19U* 179 po -, (OU uslo) 10 M ~ I owmalou - peditall a m ow (Mawu moppe-jaluo watem) VALYASU~Op M.G.; POLIVANOVA, A.I.; UMEBTSOVA, I.K.; X=Kli, J..l.; VLASOVA, H.K.; NINOLATEV, A.V.,, otty. red.; red. - (Geochemistry wW genesis of brines of the Irkutsk arphl- theater) Gookh1allia i genesis rassoloy Irkutskogo ar-fi--.& teatra. Moskva, Nauka, 1965. 158 p. (141RA 19SI) DTADIN, YU.A.1 YAKWA-EV, I.I.; YAlUpoli"A, Z.N. Study of the polythern of mutual nolubillty In Uhc sys',en water - organopho8phorun extractant. Report Izv. SO AN SSSR no#7 Ser, kh1m. nauk nn.2128-32 IC5, (MIPA 18a") 1. Institut neorganicheskoy Wall Sibirskogo otdoleniya AN OEM, Novosibirsk. 2. Chlen-korrespondent Sibirskogn otdelenlya AN SS,",R. (for Nikolayev). Sutrnltted Zune 24, 1964. L .16241::Ji fiWT(n)111W-(t)11T1 JJP(c) JD/HW ACC IM APGONM SOURCE COD19: UR/0269/65/000/003/0090/0054 SO AUTHOW V.; GrWEYev. V. A. . : 'YM: 4; .71 ORO: b0tift Cd 1swele Chemista, Siberian Branch, AN M Novoslbir& k 40 (budliff-M - - 1- - - - - - - IMrsaaw owelenlys AN bauffy -ITLBt Ocaluefte 49 eag~ d slanisaft of gro"a 1, 110 and M of Ow D. 1. MeadeleM periodic table by precWtsiea with complex anions SOURCE: AN MR. Sibirskoye oidelenlye. Izvestlys. Serlys khtmicheskikh nauk, no. 3, INS, 50-56 TOPIC TAG& ch feel precipitation, cobalt compound, zinc compound, cadmiwn compowid, marciary compomd ABSTRACT: Tbe occlusWe of various cations byjvster-Inso1uWV compounds of the c 3n plax istrathiacyanwaorewsi* ion (NE(sc MY &(Kdln- 10 61 with divalent zinc, coba% and cadnim cations was sbAdied. no absolute value of the occlusion of micro- impswill" (slemesib of gr n up ~ 1, 11, and M of the periodic table) was determined by " modwd of bro tedleabre, which makes it possible to wtchafe L%e activity Introduced by the Card 1/2 UDC: 542.05 -3624294 E0T(n)/FQCAwP/t)/ETIAWP(n) IJP(r) JD/JG ACC NR.- APM5424 SOURCE CODE: UR/0289/65/000/003/0094/0096 AUTHOR: 11111olsm A. V.; Sorokins, A. A.; Tsubanov, V. 0. ORG- lesdialle of borpoic Chemistrz, Siberian Brancli, AN SS6 , Novosibirsk (Institif "norpniclisawy 01mis 016truolp owelenlys An 3Wq TITM Kings atedualem of oftlusion of impurities by proolpitates SOU111CZ: AN 11M. 96birskoye otdelenlye. Izvestlys. Serlya Khtmicheskikh nauk, no. 3, 1"S, 94-96 TOPIC TAG& lanthanum compound, proseodymium compound, holmium compound, yttrium co I altrate, chemical precipitation ABST'RACT: An alls=$ In made to elucidate the role of certain kinetic factors in systems where no ocelvalos of Impurities by the precipitate should occur in the state of equilibrium. The cum of soesqd1lbrium systems which slowly tend toward an equilibrium to oonsidered, said the rate of *As traoisition for two coexisting precipitates Is discussed. Specifically, the time of dissobdion of r, n , j illbr lum precipitates formed by a drop of precipitant J10.2 Mammonfa sobdion) in 1.5 and 3% rare earth nitrate solutions was studied. nis Card 1/2 UDC: $42. 65 raw'. . --JDw SOURCE COD'Et UR/0289/65/0001003'0150/0152 ArL P6005425 jkVTifq'Rt Hikolayevj A. V.; Begatyrov, V. L. 41 1) V G I Xna"titu t oaf Ino rgan ic Chemistry, Sibe~isn Dop4rtment, Academy Iof n's-org_& Akadecaii n auk SSSR)-- TITLZi Extraction of boron'Tfrom d4tolite SOURCRi AN SSSR. Sibirskoya otdoleniyo. lavestlys. Soriya khtnt- ch"skikh naukc no. 3, 19650 150-152 TOTIC TAGS: boron, borou mineral, chemical separation, boron compound A3STRACT: A study has been made of the effects of the nature 4nd concenteation of the acid on the boron\~fxtraction fro-m acid solutions o; datolite mineral using aar3thanoT -an extracting astent. Procedures vf the. Acid digestion of datolite containing 18.2Z B203, 'distillation of tho methyl borate, and analysis of the condensate were described Tabulated data indicated thist the maximum percent of boron extraction (about 951) vas achieved from 52% 112SOa, and 72 HCI solutions. These itcLd concsntratIons were considered optLmum for 8 extraction. By saponification of zqtkyl borate with alkdtli or sods soft, 98-991 of the: UM 546.27 1 543.06 1/ 2 542,945.5 77 -77~ uu~id- 'z~b~" -A P6013910 (A) SOURCE CODE: UR/007G/66/040/004/0948/0849 AUTHOR: Nikolayev. A. V.; Gribanova, 1. N.; Yakoyleva. N. L; Khollkina. 1. D. ORG- Institute of loonpRic Chemist . Siberian Branch,, Academy of Sclewes.SSSR (Akademiya nauk SSSR, Sibirskoye otdolenlye, Institut neorpnicheakoy khlmU)' TITLE: R&Wstlan resistance of chelating phosphor-organic resins SOURCE: Zhurna fizicheakoy khimii, v. 40, no. 4, 1966. 848-849 TOPIC TAGS: resin, organic phosphorus compound, chelate compound. uranyl nitrate. sorption, exchange resiction. radiation effect ARSIRACT: Six sorbent restiballed on diallyl enters of g�oej*1nJc scidalwere exposed to p,mm& radiation in distill.9d water (Co6o source, 600 red/see. 0.9- 105 red dose) to evaluate their radiation resistancell Irradiated materWa were characterized by significantly lower capacity for sorptlon of uranyl nitrate and the appearance of a capacity for sodium exchange (See Table 1). The sorptios mechanism is thought to have bow altered in the process of IrradiatIon. Orig. art. has: 3 tables. UDC: $41.615 U~~. CIL; kna&146% t4khatchmk" 'vwk-;NmozAlw, A.T., lftb~r. duo sewponolas of dmosm Is mosowk veltqp dm4w assmste ~ Waalm. tons. oukwqwem. v? "Am" Ap Is& (om glu) 1. AkMWV& omit MIL (volow reamute") (Alestria weldlft) UJLAGIN, I.D.; KINDLAM. A.V Determining current density in welding are qmts. Trudy last.met. W-31 250-261 159., (KM 1213) (3lectric charge and distribution) (Sleetric welding) AUT Holt I MAIMT,A.P. Dr.Tech-5c., &kid"N1K0LA1hijk.i. and PA - 2405 KABABOYA,A.I., engineers, TO" uroOR'i-r8umermot. 7171AS Water login* of the Open-hearth Furnace Evaporation Cooling System. (V dnyy reahin system isparitellnogo okhlazhdenlya martonovskikh PO:boyt Muselan). P3210DICALt Stalk. 1957, Vol 17, Mr 2, pp 173 - 170 (U.S.S.R.) 1oc6Jvod' 5 / 1957 Revitoods 5 / 1957 ANTUM The Investigation was carried out in two opon-hearth furnaces of different plants. The technical requirements can be summarized as followee Ifith respect to food waters Praotlually full transparency (not lose than 150 ca crosswise), a hardness of not nor* than 0,1 mg/liter, an oxygen content not exceeding o,1 mg/liter, an overall @&line content of up to 10 %, and the absence of free oarbom dioxide, if the water is heated above 25 - 300 C. With respect to evaporating waters The water should comply with the operating regulaticna determined by pyrometric t*atei (An alkaline content of not more than 20 - 25 and not lose than 10 aval/ liter, a saline content of 15 - 20 ag/liter presumably, not 15000 - 20000 as In the abstract in the paper). filth respect to the wtesmi Selina content corresponding to the speol- fisations for foodeater In boiler systems. The content of carbon Card 1/2 dioxide is not specified, The separators have to be equipped with SOV/24-58-11-20/42 AUTHORS: Kulagin, I. D. and Nikolayev,-A-. V. (Moscow) TITLN: Thermal Balance of a D.C. Welding Are in Gases DurinS the Period of Drop Formation (Teplovoy balans ovarochnoy dugii~ostoyannogo toka v ga"akh v period formirovaniya kapl PERIODICAL: lavestlya Akademii Vauk SSSR, Otdeleniye Tekhnicheskikh Mauk, 1958, Yr 11, pp 89-91 (USSR) kNTRACT: During the process of burning of e welding arc a considerable part of the energy which is released in the near electrode regions is spent on fusion and evaporation of the electrode material. It was found in earlier work of the authors (Ref 1) that due to the considerable concentration of the arc energy in the anode and cathode spots, intensive illumination fluxes are emitted from the finer particles of the electrode material. These fluxes transmit a considerable part of the -L:nergy from one electrode to the other,which influences appreciably the energy distribution between the electrode and the component. The energy distribution between the electrode and the component is affected to a great extent by the Cardl/4 transfer from the electrode to the component of large SOV/24-58-11-20/42 Thermal Balance of a D.C. Welding Are in Gases Duri"g the Period of DArop Formation drops of liquid metal. Thereby, the energy transfer by the light flux Is continuous, whilat the energy transfer caused by the large drops is periodic and has it certain frequency. However, the drops of the liquid metal do not have a very high energy content and will not affect greatly the proceso of fusion of the parent metal. Therefore, for evaluating the process of penetration as well as the process of fusion of the electrode metal, it is Of Lnterest to investigate the thermal balance of the are during the period of drop forzation. The experiments related to a d.c. arc with a burning time of 0.03 to 0.7 sec. which is shorter than the time of separttion Of tbe drop from the nlectrode. The experimento have shown th!,t the instantaneoun ti~ermal balance of the qrc during thj3 time remains practically constant. The investigations were carried out on a toot-rig which enabled the followin6 to be done simultanoously: measurement of the energy in the electrode and the component end of the radiat-ion ener6y of the are and also to photograph the arc. The heat in Card2/4 the electrode and in the component were aeasured separately BOV/24-58-11-20142 Thermal Balance of a D.C. Welding Arc in Gases During the Period of Drop Foruation In two water calorimeters with variable temperature and an inothermhl shell of a capacity of 150 sillilitros each. As a component a 37 am dia., 12 am high cylinder was used, %hilat the electrode was a rod,10 to 12 mm long,fixed in a steel cylinder of 37 am dia. and 7 am high. 0.5 to 1 sec after quenching the arc, the component as well an the electrode were placed into the calorimeters.2e LU radiation energy was Leasured in thedirection perpendicular to the arc axis by means of a probe consisting of a copper disc with a welded-on thermocoxple. The main experimentn were effected for a Fe-Fe arc of direct and reverse polarity, 60 to 1300 A and an arc length or 2.2 to 20 mm; the electrodes were of 5 am dia. A series of experiments were also carried out for determining the thermal balance of a W-Ti arc inside an argon atmosphere. The current intensity influences greatly the thermal balance of the are. In a Fe-Fe are of direct polarity burning In air 40 to 45% of the full power of the arc is released in the electrode and 30 to 37% in the component in the case of card3/4 low current intensities up to about 150 A; for current BOV/24-58-11-20/42 Thorael Balance of a D.C. Welding Arc in Gases During tho Feriod of Dftp formation intensities of 300 to 3000 A the proportion of energy roleased in the electrode is reduced by 30-35% and that in the component is increased by 45-", The observed redistribution of the arc energy between the electrode and the component is attributed to a change In the direction of the current flow; in the 60-150 A range the current was directed from the component to the electrode, whilst in the 3C0 to 1300 A range the current flowed in the opposite direction. In Fig.4 the influence is graphed of the length of the arc gap for a Fe-Fe arc. In Fig-5 the influence is graphed of the ambient medium on the thermal balance of a Fe-Fe are There are 5 figures and 2 Soviet references. SUBMITTAD: July 1, 1953 Card 4/4 507/180-50,-2-13/34 Use of the Ionized Stream of an Slectric Arc for Hoating Materials to 0.24 times the voltage-current product for tho are In the channel. Fig 3 shows the heating powor (Cal/500 and efficiency as functions of Vie rod-to-ring di3tance (curves a and'b), respectively). Efficiency is ractically independent of tnis distance. The effective g eating power is, to a first approximationg directly roportional to current (Fig Wk) but efficiency decreased fFig 41b). Fig 5 shows the heating power and efficiency as functions of argon flow (a and6 I respectively) I efficiency increases to 30 - 32% at a flow of 500 - 600 litres/hr, remainin t this value at higher flowa. With 86% helium - Naargon mixturra "t-he heating power was almost doubled that with pure argon, but efficienny remained practically unchanged$# neithor heating power nor efficiency was appreciably affected by replacing the tungsten electrode by carbon or by clanging electrode diwwter in the range 1.3 - 3 ma (table). the authors Card V3 point out that the Ionized stream can provide a heat flow approximating to that obtained by direct arc 18(5v7) SOV/135-59-9-1/23 ,UMOR: Kulagin, 1. D., Candidate of Technical Sciences and Nikolayev, i%. V., Engineer TITLE: Arc Plasma Jets As a 11cat Source During Material Treat- ment PERIODIC,U.: Svarochnoye proizvodstvo, 1959, Nr 9, pp 1-4 (U5311) XISTRACT: Tho article presents ii method and design of a device to pmduce plasma jets. These shall be used an ea indepen- dent heat source. The author also discusses in which cases they can be used in the treatment of different metals. In the active spots of the arc the high current density causes a fast heating and evaporation of the electrode material. The vapors, which are ionized in the area near the electrode, move with high speed from the electrvie and form a brightly lunrinotis jet, with a length up to 15-20 m., and more (Fig 1). The spectrum research was made by N. N. Sobolev, who nho-wed, that the jet mainly consists of ionized atons of the elec- trode material. The speed of jet can reach Card 1/3 300-1000 m/sec, The temperature of the jet iq about SOV/135-59-9-1/23 Arc P14ksma Jets as a Ifeat Source During Material 'freatment 10,OOOOC at a distance of 2-3 mri from tile electrode end, and about 6,OOOOC at a distance of 6-8 m.. There is always a considerable ionization of the atoms. Fig 2 shows the heat and meclianic characteristics of the jet within an argon atmosphere. FiL; 3 allows two principal schemes of a device which produces arc plustaa Jets. In the Institut metallurgii %N SSSR (Institute of het.AIL- urgy of AS USSR) four types of arc plasma jet pruducing devices were con.,;tructed: IlWr-101 for the reseamh of the devices energetic parameters, D4ET-102 for use by hand (Fig 6), IMET-103 and IMET-104 for machine-driven use. F . 7 shows how the heat power, effective effic- iency al arc voltage depend: 1) on tile nozzle arrange- ment on the surface which is to be heated and 2) frcm the cavity of the core electrode. The authrre state that there are great possibilities for using an arc plasma jet for the -.4elding of sheet materials, inclu- ding heat reeistant metals. Especicilly efficient it; the use of plasma jet for soldering. There are 4 Card 2/3 photogr-phs, I drawing, 2 graphs, I tal~!e and 4 Soviet SOV/135-59-9-1/23 Arc Plasma Jets as a Heat Source During flaterial Treatment references. ASSOCIATION: Institut netallurgii imeni 4'~. it. Baylova A011 SSSR (Institute of Netallurgy imeni ,I. di. Baykov jtS UjjR) Card 3/3 U4022 s/86o/6i/ouo/cco/oi8/o2o A006/A101 AUTHOM Kulagin, 1. D., Nikolayev A V TITLE: A torch for he&t-troatment of various materials (welding, soldering, cutting, stc) S"CH: Sbomik izobreteniy; avarochn&ya tokhnika. Kom. po, dolm Izobr. I otkrytiy. Moscow, Tsentr. byuro tokhn. inform.. 1961, 176 (Authors' Certificate no. 121889, al. 21h, 3001; no. 614253 of Do- c*mber 18, 1958) TEXT: A torch is proposed for welding, cutting w4d soldering metals with on electric arc of indirect action. The ore bums In a gas flow between a rod electrode and & rlng-shapod. water-cooled electrode, w4lch Is placed at the tip of a water-cooled nozzle with & central conduct. The po#itIon and direction of the rod electrode can be regulated. The torch to equipped with three connection piocea for the gas and water supply, and water eveaustim. The arc Is excited by short-circuiting the electrodes with an auxiliary carbon electrode after t1wir approach. The arc can also be excited by auxiliary, hi&-voltage hIgh-frequency Card 1/2 SILIMO LL.6 Insh.1 UJAUrJffo AeT., Lub.; Uff-UMT9 GeNe, iMM,tothaenauk; IMNOWN g V.A., ims~- New methods of voldIng and eutting. $war* wolsve swel2t34-17 o6o. (NM 13112) (Rectric metal cutting) (welding) 1110 L(40 7 5 SAWWOW005AO 1/00 11 AOO6/A1O1 ALMMs I PotninIchow, V. A., Cand1datos of Technical Sciences. Z7!h&k A 0 %f.,,-Wriblie-f Tl=s IftwestIgatIng the Olt" !qth-are plamme, jet singled out fna a cathode nom PZRIODICALt 3vared"s prolxvodst~ no. 5. ig6i, 1-4 TAXT: A plamms jet I@ used for severing and awface-planIng of different materials. T1w plamms, Jet Is produced by d1odmuls, of an arc excited betwom turigaten electrode I and water cooled aapp~r nozzle 2 (FIS. 1), (Rof. 1. 2). Gas Is blown through the nozzle along the cathode n,mme which I* Ionized and 1*avoe the nolsle In the-foru of a bright plasma jet attaining temperatures of 10,000 15,000-C and mom. Of the two existing methods of plasm cutting, nmely with the use of a plamma aro, slagled out fraim or oolnotdft with the cathode nmmm~, the authors ."leeted the second method to lawestIgato the heat chiamotorlatics, and the out" peopertles of the plamem, are. The Intonation Includes the designing of a please, torch developed for On cutting of a number of materials. The erriolencW or the cutting pressiss depends someldershily an the effective card 1/ 10 2 lak 9 S/135/61/000/005,/001/011 Investigating the cutting with arc plasms, ... A006/Alul power anA the cutting properties of the plawas jot which am deteminod by the are current wA voltage, gas ccAsumptlan and cor4m4itlan, longth and diameter of the nozzle channel wbd the distance of the nozzle from the surface to be cut (Fig. 2 and 3). maxt~ efficiency or plasma we outting to assured tW maxlw4m possible welding current and arc voltage, least possible, d1stence of the nozzle from the surface of the Oweto to be out, mlnl~ length of the nozzle channel, and opt1mum gas consumption and nozzle diameter. The cutting rate can be In- creased by usift gasse or gas mixtures of h1& lan1satlar, potentials. Comparison data on the cutting rate bF various methods am given In a table. Flames are cuttift with a jet eliWod out trft the cathode now am be =VlcWed for cutting various non-*leatric conducting materials, such so refre4tery bricks, canerete, granIte, oarborundtm sto. The process can be performed either manually or auto- matically. According to data submIttAd 1W UVOLmor V. P. Normko of Krawatorak at the PAGOOK Wetolng Confemoo In Marah 1960, the mothod assum satlefac" VrWox too of Mw out Wm preparime stalmlese stsel dweto for vold1m. On the b"Is or DW-W4 Ur* M Smpwsd desup - aw #M?T-n6 (zw-uo) teeth W" Govoloped In INC, Anus" for fatefttle ad MMAX out", as no lop surmt =d 15 Im msxl~ power. 21w adepUr ocnUlw a euvredl- ft. nuU~ w1U a wMeal am$@@$ =Kam "a am" I~ 49GUM (PI4. 43. CIA", 1/ 10 Invogtigatift vie ou Aing with &ra Plama ... a) 9x: .0 INS mohm I *Arm 44 Figuro 2s S/ I 3V6 I/OW/005/00 Ut I I A006/A 10 1 A,- fSaw o NVI Mr , h 4" At W -*slow 1 W 4f JW if 24v W W f.6 I 4.8 74 W 1 16 m- OLVA f a r taw 7T IV W ' ,; llyl 41 4 too sit lo, 40 U 4k# ff :;c I t I A Ot InvestligatIng the cutting with arc plasma POC61AI01 Figure 2 continueds F.41gure 2; 4W 0 The effect on the effective thermal .-Y -, 4 AP power q of the plasma jet, singled out ~ 4W I I j K4 from the cathode flow; on UW ' effec- q N*'W OW'r;J' tive efflaUncy ij 0 of the plasm hoat- M W 4k Ing of the part; on the relative power liberated in the nozzle, and an the are voltage U, of: a - arc current 1; b - electrode - 616king I I o - argon W consumption VA d - nozzle diameter 97 1 AT IMPOW d ; 0 lwwg of nozzle chuml I - c ch d) cam 11 10 3/135/61/000/005/001/011 Inve t1gatIng the cutting with Oro plaSM... A006/AIOI J1 Plswv 3t The efroct of basic paremetom en Vw speed of cuttIM staInlew s%sej WMA a" !.,t pirced out rM Uw $AV*" now oft a am surml 1# h od~ a" voluss U) I a . 6ansu"tion TA. I-two I OWN (pressure) of am 11wetf-Isawsiv Lt- W ROn YAr,- d 0 4'.Jopff it, 0 Jow le.faw nozzle diameter 4# rq Offs - j 9 - leng+Lh q 40 $Nor dn or nossie channal V Jr I f - din- ah 1 0 tans* rrwA nozzle w &V in w 1.0 10 Is V A go 0 1 6 to awface to be 'J.'. out Its 6 _'thI~J&' 0 #a Age of sheeU to &.If ISOM be out d-. '00f ON-M 04" 1 #CPA 8 0 140.0' 1 Oard 6/10 .7' I, I Atf:'i L I I L I L 1, Lj I f I J. L. I- L '-I _LI _L 1-1- IL L Ji-f- L JA.LCL I-Li Investigating the :utting wIfJi Arc plasmA... Table- Cutting Material method Plasm& jet Aluminum idi coinc ng Ith cath- Stalnlepz de f1&" : steel f (R ) e 5 Copper P'&;" J"t sin led lut Stainless from cath- steel 0o0 ode flame 210P.9 I o 1 ed of plasm.& ~uttlng of rets.9 in 7:4, Material t4icknt%es In rrn 6 io 2 20 40 ~10 1 30 1 450 - 130 180 1 -~O 80 - 1 50 1 30 1 20 11 50 - W- lie- e, - I t- I -30 1 1() 80 55 30 15 12 Car., 7,,'10 Investigating the --i~-ing wl+lh arc pIssirs... Table continuedi 21G99 l .~/e 1'~ I I y ' C / A00E /A 10 1 --I 5~lj - f lux clit- ting (Ref .1 111 A ~-- M fteal - 21 1 PO 19 18 - 7) - copper 9.6 7.8 7.2 4.8 2.6 1.3 Oxygen cutting C a r b,-, r. (flef 4,7) steel 36 33 31 27 24 ?0 Cutting In a hydrcgen-argon mixture at lil voltLnetric ratlo; f in h. Clatting in ~,orfr-er-,Ial 1:yfircgen; cr~n3umptlcn 3 41r.. Outting in a mixture of argcn with 20 volume % nltr~gen, 2.5 M3A current 21~O amp, voltage 45 v. Ca rd 8/ 10 InventIg&tIng the cutting with arc plasmi.... PI gu re LI Extemal view of IMET-106A are plasma torch ;e ILOW S1135b 1/(M/OD5/00 IPI I AOD6/A101 Figure 6: Toongitudlanl section of an exchAngeable screwed-in nozzle of DO.T-106A torch Card 9/10 ~ 'L' Gril~ ~~ 3/135/61/000/005/001/011 InvestigatirNg the cutting with are plasma... AOC6/AIO1 rijE!re LI Connection atrelitt diagram of DW-106A plasma torch; I - work plec"! 14 - Sam- meterj Vr - rotarymeter of operational gas; R - ballast rheostat-* Aand V - amperemeter DW Voltmeter; E - feed source; ?- c~ntaator; RP - int*rvndIate relay; v - switch; Pyt ruse; R knife switch. ",!here are 7 figure% table and 7 Sovi references ASMIATIONI 19/10 9 R PR PR Water ruGas InatItut metallurgil Im. A. A. Balikovs, AN M (Inetltut* of Mal. lurgy Imeni ftkov, AS USSR) N-KOLATEV, A.Y., HTKA-qV, N.Y. A." rUIAGIN, I.D. Merml and mechanical gas-shielde-d am charecterist1cs-6 "rt submitted for the Autumn Mosting of the Welding Research Institute. London, 1441and. 29 Oct-2 Nov 1962. 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"cow Inst. of Ilon-Forrow Metals stnd Gold in. Kalthin. U-2119t 7 July 1952 F:i wim;;I, o l ,-,!y 9k N w mr. X- 17 tO,~ sr~l ......... . -v'fr ;M v 1!-t rv'4t aftA th~ hf.%.-Lrc tail wm..'A 11-fil ti'A (CA. 45. 31-4) df- r~*i,,-p 1-veflil hl'xil . Orct, tm trcp.Lr7! &Cf.- rn-t -0, miam A i~ t b4 rft~, v.~L"~ ff CIA # 'T. 1-~ .01' ~tt 04~1 In r1jos rit f,tv-t W. i",'1 r-T7 A ID P - 22 56 Subject USSR/Chemistry Card 1/1 Pub. 152 - 1/29 Authors s Vollfkavlob, 3. I-o 1. 1. ChernyoYevo and A. V. Nikolayev M Title t Orest Isvpnlyovtch Zvyoglnteov (On the occasion of big 60th birthday and the 35th annlveroary of his scientific activities) Perlodleals Zhur. prlkl. khlm., 2A, no.2, 121-222, 2955 Abstract t Biographic sketch with photograph. Inst1tutlons None Submitted 3 No data SWTAGWM, O.To.; CMMTW. A.W. Abrm MU"Howish %bleAtols; obl%u&ry. Shur.s" g.bbig.1 ",,4t 609-6A Ap 156. (=A q lie) losmoltut obdwher t z9*rostshs*kw wan uaamn mouk an, (mobismatein. Abrw Nibmilevich, 1909-1"5) C~0142) !g.MffdM A. V. P"t A. T. Vikelay"'t nislebodo" soda 1 vVeNS8614RAWAI V01 10 50 50 SOp/UCt 5f.), pp 540-554. After pointing out that the method of solvent extraction use Intro- dowd Into Inorganic chemistry and technology as a result of its succese- Ad O"lication Lim nuclear energy work in connection with the necessity of p9ftLag highly purified substance@ and eliminating splinter elements, OW Outbor outlines the advantages of this metbod and suggests possible aggUestions. Be says that, contrary to the opinion held by many Inves- USiborej, uranium is not the most easily extractable element, at least as OW Is extraction with stber is concerned. No suggests that extraction Mftds be Invest4pted with the purpose of applying tbam In the conceild - WAn ard purification of rem and dispersed elements amid says that these NOUN& we elraW be&" vad wLth good results In the production or 9W-. an M" ""Am at "a WSUISO Won "am "mean" am wwftu~ 4t 4"Pswassist - I a Glassartaftift pro~ by T. 1, xwmnt~w' 40 PGAW 1SWO tbree principal mechanisms: extraction in the form of oxonium salts, MftsctLon based on the lose of affinity to water,, and extraction on the Was of "physical distribution." Nikolayev presents In this section a cow 62disrable amount of data on extraction processes, Including separation of AWrIum rm actinium by extraction with thencyltrifluoracetone, separation of pronowtheum frois yttrium with tributylphosphate, extraction of uranyl n1- IMe with diethyl ether, interference produced by different ions In the W- %WtIon of uranium with diethyl other, " separation of uranium from thorlem, Iq extraction with other an affected by different salting-out procedures. In conclusion the author says that extraction methods are teing suce som - ftlly used in the production of rare and radioactive elements; that det&&Ud 40WImentel InvestliptIon wakes It possible to solve successfully f.-oz the WdwLcal and ecomoodc standpoint simpler probl"w such as the separatios at Fe from 00 and 91, of No from W, of Sb from As, etc.; and that much cm be expected from the development of extraction methods combined with the W ~11cation of cbesp "traction Monts and complex-formers, extraction witb Uric and pbosphoric acids beirg particularly pronising. A bibliography AM swam 4C Ift- =@I ad 11 MOO-UM Watencein Is affenda a* SAW** RKOLAYN, A.T. ...... --. - "Stuft MA Grathoolrof Ivrates to aquaous wlutions.11 AJL too-We. Reviewed by A.T. INkelaaw. ftur.marg.khts. .1 W*5tlln or 1566 %.". MRA 9: 10) (Borat*s) (gooluts. A.D.) 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