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FORTUSIRRI, V. A.; (Candidates of Veterinary Sciences) and SHULYAK (Junior Scientific Co-Worker, Ukrainian Scientific Seseardh, Institute of Experimental Veterinary Medicine) "To study-and disseadnate leading experience of animal breeders and veterinary specialists:ia the Ukrainian SSR" Veterina4ra, vol. 39, no- T, July 1962, pp. 24 MOVIKOV V N kanct veteir, nauk; FORTILISHM, V.A., kand. veter. nauk; V:D., Zdshiy, nauchW sotrmUdk Treaiment'of piglets infected with paratyphaid favor. Voterinariia 39 no,ll.*42-44 N 162. (NM 16tlO) 1, Ukrainakiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy inatitut eksperimentalinoy voterinarti. FORTUSHNYYv V.A., kand. veter. nauk; NOVIKOV V IM* kalidtveter. nauk Elimination of undesirable microflora in the termentation of native antibiotics, Veterinariia no.12.-52-54 D 163. (MA 17:2) 1. Ukrainskiy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut eksperimentallnoy veterinarii. NOVIKOVp V.M,. [Novykovf V.M.] Nfect of antibiotics cn Bacillus antbracia in vitro. HIkro- biole zhur. 25 no*5t67-70 t63 (MIRA 16t12) 1. Mcrainskly nauabne-issledavatel'skiy institut eksperimen- tallnoy vo~terinarii, Kharlkov-. NOVIKOV, V.M.; FORTUSHUYY, V.A.; SHULYAK, V.D. Method of determining vitamin ft2 lising Escherichia Coll. Hikrobiologiia 32 no.2:319-322 Mr-Ap 163. (,MIRA 17;9) 1. Ukrainskiy nauchno-isoledovatellskiy institut eksperimentallnoy veterinarii, Khartkov. FORTUSMYY, Vladimir Anii3irovich; NOVIKOV, Vladimir Mitrofanavich; KALUGIII, Leonid Konstant G=HK(Y~'_GIX. S. ], 2 - red. (Prophylaxis of diseases in young farm aninials; aid to veter- inary specialists and stockbree-ders] Frofilaktyka khvorob uolodniaka sil's1kohospodars1kykh tvaryn; na dopomohu vete- rynarnym, spetsialistam i pratsivnykam tvarynnytstva. KharAv, Kharkivslke krWzhkove vyd-vo, 1964. 74 P. (MIRA 18:2) FOR"IUSIRINY, V.A.; NOKKOV V.M-, bind. vctd~vin. nauk; SHULYAK, V.D., mladshiy -L - - ' nauchnyy afjt;-ar~M~ StWy and propagnto tho advan(,!-.,!.fi 1. lvozntoock farmor.,i arld veterinary specibLli--ts in tle Uk-raino. Vet,:-rinRriia 39 no.7:24-29 J1 162. r%; (MIRA 18:1) 1. Iftralmejkly naiicbnc.,-i,,-,.iledovot-all~-)t4-y inOlUtut e~spcirimrtnttdlncy vetc-rinarii. NOVIKOVY V.M., kand4veter.nnu ; FORTUSHM, V.A., kand.veter.nauk; ~--~--QMWWVSKATA, V.K.,, veterinarny y vrach Sensitivity of the pathogen Of evine er7sipelas to antibiotics* Veterinariia 41 no.7t26-27 JI 164- (MIRA 18: 11) 1. Ukrainskiv nauchno.-iasladovatellskiy institut eksperimentall- noy veterinarii. NOVIKOV, V.M., kand.vetar.nauk Yothods for isolating a pure culture of the p&tbogen of' swine eryoipelaz, Veterinarii.a 42 no.10:101-102 0 165. (~ff RA 18:10) 1* Wkrainskiy nauchno-issledovatellsk-4y institut eksperimentalln(rf veterinarii. 044 OF or at Is It 17 at It 15 14 tju u It t$ Q 44 u .4 44 "J'0 4 J, IF- f. P-A-4-9-Al. W.V- f# - fV1. "P, i - ~':t 1, , c It, , q Q ,7 1P it I as a C40& rw sm of watof cut" (lit thr hAttlettitits t4 stivi wiltll so ACAV-0tift, w4fer VA v 100 4%( UARIMO WVCV ClIltditfAll ISY q4t[WhilIC 10 %(tA'h All 0 %km as by quetwulds tit W. Thr cmult.111 h4'1 tile Ad. vautw ovct oil UI pjrO4hMjttg JMJ MUILV. It 14 2110 4.1. G. momp 00 _00 v0 a 91 ACCo NRi AP6021717 SOURCE CODE: UR/0237/66/000/003/0038/0045 AUV.iOR: Noviko, M. - - -------- ORG: None TITLF.: Optical 'properties of thin films of materials in the vacuum ultraviolet spectrum range. review. -SOURCE: Optiko--ackhanicheskaya promyshlennost', no. 3, 1066, 38-45 TOPIC TAGS: ultraviolet optic property, film light reflection coefficient, film light transaissi'ott coefficient, film ultraviolet reflectivity, film ultraviolet tran- sparency, f.ilm dtItraviolet property review)~J%4 U'4 C~tia "a~yeezo_\ ABSTRACT: The author reviews the literature on the optical properties of thin filns .of materials in the'vacuum ultraviolet range of the spectrum. An important stimulus to the development of this domain was given by the short wave optical research in th6l'- cosmic space, made possible by the aid of rockets and sattelites. Requirements for simple, reliable and compact installations generated a need for better materials. 54 papers are reviewed, in three chapters, treating: 1) general aspects of optical mate] rials, pointing-out, e.g., the influence of age, exposure and surface perfection on the properties of films 2) materials for reflective coatings, 3) materials for trans-! parent layers, noting, e.g., the work of R.W. Wood on the transperency to the UV of thin layers of Na and K. dating back to 1902 and 1917, and remaining unexplained till i- -3 Card 1/2 UDC: 539.23:535 ACC NRs AP6021717. the early thirties, 4) pavers on the relationship between optical and photoclectric properties of -thin films and the use of thin filzs for absorption and interference filters. The optical techniques of thin coatings are now basic for the research in the vacuum ultraviolet ran- of the spectrum. Author thanks doctor of physico-mathe- ge matical sciences,G.A.Gurzadyan for his interest and valuable directives, and L.B. Khokhlova f or aid in -selecting material for this paper. Orig. art. has I-I f isures. SUB CODE; 20/ . SUBN DATE: 02,Mar65/ ORIG REP: 005/ OTH REP: 049 L ACC NRs AP601.1245 SOURCE CODE: UR/0413/66/000/006/0088/0088 I INVENTOR: GurzacVan, G. A.; Novikov, V. M. ORG: none TITLE: Preparstion of a light filter. Class 42, No. 179961 SOURCE: Izobreteniya, proaWshlennyye obraztay, tovarnyye znaki, no. 6. 1966. 88 MPIC TAGS: light filter, ultraviolet spectrum ABSTRACT: An Author Certificate has been issued for describing a method of preparing a light filter for the far-ultriviolet region of the spectrum by vacuum deposit-ion of an.alkaline metal on a plate-like transparent base. The deposited layer is covered with a second protective plate. To prevent oxidation of the alkaline metal deposit, the second plate to applied in vacuo; circular seals am inserted between both plates; the plates are compressed, and the space between then is made completely airtight. [LD1 SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATE: 30MAV64 fi VMb WOVI KOJI v, I\j, USSR/Virology - Bacterial Viruses E-1 Abs Jour : Referat 2hurn - Biol. No 16, 25 Aug 1957, 68228 Author : NO-41irov) VON. Title : Caqzrative Characteristics of Different Kethads of Typing Bacteriophages of Typhoid Fever. Orig Pub : M. Kikrobiol., Epidemiol. i r=mmnobiologLy, 1956 (1957), Edition, 37-38 Abstract Phages, excreted from the patients' organisim and from sever and rivervaters, were typed by the serologic me- thod and by the ability to lyse experimentally obtained phagoresistant cultures of secondary growth. It develo- ped that the-litter method is less exact than the serolo- gic one; besidbs this, it was not al:vays possible to iso- late phagpr"Istant. cultures. Mainly phages of Vi-type were secre;ted from nick individuals, vh1le from external media velobtained complex Vi- and 0-phages. Card 1/1 7 - MVIKOV, T.R. a ingh. Unit fe- automatIc ejection of filled fUmIcless moldx an a shake-out screen. Mseblaostroltell no.2.-22 7 160. (WdU 136) (Kolding (YoundLing)) AO-P=-#IjJF.; 51UNHOVy L*Be Adco=tlag for afAndards in the instatutew Standartizatalia I. 27 nd,1005~-36 0 163.. , . I (KMA 16.- U) Chadstry of 5-ha2aturams, Part 15s Reaction of the 4tibstItaUan of -the halogen in 54mao-4-nLtrofurww* Zhtw. ob* khfmu 31 Was 263-267 Ja .16L, 14d) gooudaretwomW universitet. (J~ran) ~AZA40VA,, Z.N.; M071K BUMUSIA, V.TS. Interaction of 5-bromo-2-nitrofuran with &*Mn* 2hur.ob.khis. 34 no.2t 705-706 F ~,-(MIRA 170) UTIUff, T.F., imadidat tekhnichesk ashener;. As, luxhaner; RAIIIII 1! 10,11KOV TOK.- i T'i lwvrx ir.~,~~icfteskfkh nalk'-nauabqjjj. redektor; *W, S.A.. re"Ittor Icdatelgetva; TOUW~ takhaichio'kir redaktor [Hardening concrete by the use of additives of calciun chloride iidqr~ cold weither'conditional Twerdente ~etona a dob~m-Ammi kid0kitago Icall tell& pri otritmatallnol temperature. Noskra, Gon'i 4,1-yo lit--wry po Atroito i arkhttekture, 1955. 39 P. Eldcrofilml 16 Noscov.,q Vassayusnyy nauchno-imalsdova tell skirinstitut organtsitall I "khantastaii atrAtelletva. (qohcrete) (Line. Chloride of) TROSTIN, Ye.A., inth.; KAMIN, S.A., insh.; KOREMSKIY, H.V.p insh.; Rq~~V ~V.N., inzh.; DROBINSKIY, V.A., inzh.j. red. YI-jDWNf D.M., teEE.--red. (Illustrated handbook for the locomoti*e engineer] Illiustri- rovannos posoble paroviozaamu, mashintitu. Moskva Tranashel- dorisdat, i~63. 280 p. IMIRA 16:7) Locomotives-ifandbooks, manuals, sta.) NOVIROV9 Vg. I,,"- .Mwp-ew ffew ve bm Incre4sed the Ufa of motarwarature beariMs of CM and ChS3 electric laccootive. Zlek- I top!. tUP 7 ae.3112-13 Mr 163. (KM 16:6) 2. Gl&vW Insh. leksmetivnage dopo Neakwa-Tekbatebask"a. (Rectric loamiotives) (Bearinp(wehinery)) RAKOV, VitaUy Aleksandrovich; KHJNIN, S.Svp inzbsj retse=ent; SUMM,, B.V.,, Imb., reltsenzeut; NAMHOM, M.D., kw7d-. ,tekbn. naukq reteenzent; FAMINSKIY, G.V., kand.tekhn. naukv retsenzent; ROGOVA, YeA., inzh.,j retsenzent; KRYLOV, V.I.j Inzh., retsenzent; tqy)X inzh.,p retsenzent; GORELIK, I.A., inzh.,, red.; BOBROVA,, Ye.N.,, tekbn. red. [Series ChS2 electric locomotive for passenger trains] Passazh-irskii elektrovoz seril CbS2. Moskvat Transshel- dorizdati, 1963. 359 p. (MIRA 17:1) 'T(m)/ 1; 31529a-66 a., igg(j ACC NRs AP6008866 SOURCE CODE., UR/0366/66/0011011/2022/2028 AUTHOR: ~kpv ORG: None TITLE: Wifides ethers, and amines of the ilitrofuranjeerles SOURCE:, Zhurnal organicheakoy khtmil, v. 1, no. 11, 1905, 2022-2028 TOPIC TAGS- sulfide, ether, amine, organic nitro compound ABSTRACT: The exchange of bromine In 5-brotno-2-- nitrofurim (11) for -oxygen-, sulfur-, and nitrogen-containing groups was fnves#ptW. When (IQ,,w.a sacted with 5-mercapto- q furfural, - 5-mercapto-2-acetofuia~, -2-MeriaptibenzimidazoUNd twoWicillo acid In it w8 allWtne media, the corresponding ethers were obtained. :, Who It was reacted with secondam- amines, the corresponding tertiary amines of the nitrofuran series were produced, and their UV and. lFt spectra were. recorded. 2-Nitro-5-furyl-21-benzimtd*z;plyLsulftde was isolated in two crystalline modifications. The reaction of (13) with e*ylandm')M methylamins was follawe& ophol6metrically andvas found to proceed In.. a, rMU fuhlow, the colored intermediate which le'first formed disappears In the course of-die reaction. Attempts to isolaW the produ resulting from the reaction of (IM with'primary smines led lo tarring of theseproduets. Orig. art. has: 3 figures and 2 tables. SUN CODE: 07 SUBM DATE: Mul" ORIG REF: 009 OTH RZF: 606 UDC-. SMIMM4641*69 WIARr '-s;v , v -N --SK09 G T11CHNOA', G.P. Condensation of r 0 apoaatic and hALvrc--cYcjjr- perchlorate aldehydes 0, th pr 465. wll4ii Isli") Zhur. ob. khIm. 35 no-3,r?0-574 1. Rostovskjy.-na-Donu gasudarstvennyy uriversil',et~ KUMYAVTM. 1.T.. kwALdat takhnlchevktkh naulc; IDTIOT, ToN., Inshoner. Invest1gation of the strength of surface-hardened gMI'lAubjected. to cyclic losids. VoitwwheZ? no.7:1-12 ii 147. (JaU 9t4) (strength of materials) (Steol-losting) "I.I.-4-i - , - 1. '. RICNIKOV, it. N. and A. It. "Corrosion-Fatigue-Strength of Surface-Hardened Steel.." H46hgiz,, Moscow, 1950-, Novilow'.7 . Tat4pe strongft surface hardened steel. Clzdantial LOVIV3KOff no.30:285-296 152. (NLRA 8:1) (Stool-Aardening) "OVIKOV. V. It. , Engr [$Electrical Heat TreatAwnt of Rolls for OcId, Roll'ing." Cand Tech Sci. Central Scl-Res Inst of Tec'jmo:Logy and ~1achjne BuiMing ZTRIIIMASH), 6 Dec 54. (Me 26 Nov 54) Surwy of Scientific aW Tealmical Dissertatiom Defended at USSR Higher Educational Institutions ('11) SO: Sum. No. 521, ?. Jun 55 NOTTOT. T. 1. , kandidat tekhnichaskikh nauk. Iffect of m1face hardenlag by beating with emmraW frequency currents on the proportion of work rolls for cold rollt Metalloved. I obr. met. no.6:36-47 Je 156. Of" 9:9) 1. fSestrallrqy nauchno-issledovateltakly Institut takhnologit I mashtuo'stroyantya. (Netate-Hardeniag) (Rolls (Iran mills)) ROMP ITANOT. Qeorgiy retrovLch; SAWKOY, .!AVVT UL4 !Wql T4.1., inshener, redaktor; BONWA, T~.X.. takhalchaskly rodmktdr L-4setric spark hardening of locowtivis parts; practices of the monism idepot of the loscow-Marsk-HeAbess railroadj Blektrolakroves, uproialwouis detelet parowwov-, opyt,&"* Moskva Mookowsko4krzko- Jonbanskol. dorogi. Plookwo. 195?. 50 P. MRA 10:7) J~pcoeottves--Ropalrs) Olectric spark) SOV/137-58-11-22973 Translation from. Referativnyy zhurnal. Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr 11, p 16 3 (USSR) AUTHOR: Novikov, V. N. T IT LE: Local Heat Treatment of Welding Seams of Bulky Articles by Means of Electric Heating (Mestnaya termicheskaya obrabotka svarnykh soyedineniy krupnogabaritnykh izdeliy s primeneniyem elektronagreva) PERIODICAL: V sb.: Prom. primeneniye tokov vysokoy chastoty, Riga, 1957, pp 184-193 ABSTRACT: The induction heating is accomplished with an apparatus which has the following technical characteristics: Power 215 kw, width of the zone of heating above the Ac3 point 250 mm, heating temperature - 10000C during normalizing and 6500 durirg tempering, voltage 190 v, current density 15 amp/mm4. The effect of various heat-treatment procedures on the structure and mechanical properties of welding joints was investigated. The work was carried out on specimens cut,, out of various spots on the welding seam of full-scale 200x1700x30,000 mm Z2K steel plates and 200x500k1400 mm experimental plates. To dim- inish the loss of heat during 6166trical heating, the welding zones Card 1/2 were covered with sheet asbestos. The heating temperature was SOV/137-58-11-22973 Local Heat Treatment of Welding Seams of Bulky Articles (cont, controlled by thermocouples welded onto various areas of the welding seam. It is established that thestructure upon electrical heating (normalization) and the mech- anicaL properties of the articles heated electrically (normalized) are simitar to those resulfiJig from furnace treatment. The following procedure is recommended 0 for the electrical, heating of ZZK steel: normalizing within the 960 - 1000 range, heating'cycle including the leveling off of the temperature 50 hours, annealing at 600 6600, soaking for 2 hours, cooling rate (under a layer of asbestos) in the 10 10 - 8000 te Ts erature range - 2500/hour, in the 800 - 4000 range 1000/hour and in, the 400 - ZOO. range 350/hour. The above-described technique for heat treat- ment of bulky plates eliminates warping and straightening and decreases the electric -energy consurhption by amout 95 percent as compared with treatment in furnaces, A. B. Card Z/z ROVI kadMat tokhnichesklkh nauk. Wfoot of residual stresses an the contact fatigue strength of rolls used In cold rolling. NotALU*vod.1 is 157. (UK 10:2) 1. fSentralivyy nauchno-issledo"tellakly institut tokhmologil I mshlnostroeAI7&. (R41s (Iran mills)-Testing) (Stool-.Natigue) PUS I BOOK ZXFWTTATMN BDV/2891 Tsentzallayy aawl2no-Iseledavatelliddy InstItut tekhaojogU I wablao"apnip Makt-OtAxidebasialm, ebrabotla I ejektrqLskLvv"e up2webnenlye'detaley; (Sbomftj (MACULC Swt Treatment and MaCU Hardening of ftrtal CoUnction of Articles) ~Nwomw, MashgIs 1958. (IbrIest Ites Iftudyl kno 89) zrrats sup Inserted. 5," cages plated. Id*% IeYue Waslavskiy# Znglwer (Deceamd); No of ftbUshIng; Scums 1. Yu. Ge23&rj Tbob Ndes. J6 Zi Uvan-vaS Nwasing Ido for Uteratun an General Tech- n1cal and ;;;U;;;~ Machtne BUIMIng (M"h4z)I KOALO Ponamravat IngtWero PUMOBt Mds coLleation. of articles to Intendei' -anomering staffs of plants 46r and scientific renearch thstitutes diiU~-vM electric beating, electric beat- tft&tMnt, MA mjQ4trCspWWLbWrd*WLM or usuis. WVNIUM: Mdo collactlon of artlelom present* the results of scientific research work'carried out, by the Department of TaffrIllidh (Cbntnl ftS=tAfIc &march ThatitlAte of Technology and Ikeld rY) ob-41obtrIe Uatflq 181whold Ot Card 1/8 Elm atria Ipat Treatment (Cant.) SOV/1891 and 14otrial-freViency heating and electrospark har4ening of machine parts. Mw prdmas of surface hardening,, through hardening and tempering of steel and cast LrOA using Laduction-beatLag and e2iect~vospark methods, and the results of investLiptLon of the effects of *IectrLa-heat treatment and electrospark hardening an the properties of steel and cast Iran are described. A brief re- view of industrial applications of induction heating outside the Soviet Union am also presentede Vulow electrLe-beatIng and electrospark hardening equip- ment, deweloped, by TaNXIMsh am described. The book me* written for the 20th aunliervary of the scientific research work of TlsN=ftsh, Department of Electric Heating. TAM OF 0097NNTS: ldvlkav, Ve ff., and Yu# Ke Bogstyrev, Candidates of Technical Sciences,, Work In the Mld of Electric Heating and Electric Fbat Treatment 5 fte authors review the history of the dew1opment ad application of electric heating and electric beat treatment of metals and describe new developments In the field. rt is stated that for the past five years scientific and technological =search work In the Department of Electric Heating vas carried out In two principal directlouss develop- ment, of nev production processes requiring h1gh-temprature hs&tIng of Card 2/8 Electric Heat Ti-eatment (cant.) MV/1891 metals, and development of new equipment and modernizing old types of equip- ment and apparatus. BoaLtyrev, U.N., Candl of Tachnical ScIencess and Ye.l. RwayMateava, Engi r. Mulustrial ApplIcations of Induction Heating Abroad 17 Based an available non-Sovist literature an Induction beating, the authors SM-MY TOXIOUS SPP]1(0t:LCM3 of Induction heating outside the UM. May describe the use of Induction boating In the surface hardening of metals., In beat-trestIng velded joints, and In metal forging. Th the conclusion it In stated that althavo Indmetion-beetlug eqnIpment In disewsed In non-Swist literatara,, there to a lack Of information an the physical setal- lurgy of the electric heat-treatIng process. Vashmovs,, T.A., and V.P. Mnshachkova,, EngInsers. Taductlon Heat Treatment of Brid~p Cram Parts 30 ft Induction, heat treatment of wheelsp brake drmsyanot toothed sleeves of a 5-ton.capacity bridip cram is described* fte equipment used, and the regime of beating, quenching, taq;erlng A and date on deformation axe given. !&As method to sweessful2y vmd at the Stal 'met" Cram Bal"44- Mant. Card 3/8 Xlectric Host Treatmat (Cont-) i3ov/1891 movikov, V.I., Candidate of Technical Sciences. lawentliptIng the Proprtles and Life of raduction Qunch-hardened EbUs for Cold Eb"Inst 42 The author recoiseends replAcing chrMIM steel with a steel of higher fatigue resistance, development of new processes of electric beat treat- dent of rolls,, and :insuring the most efficient distribution of residual stresses In rolls* Concerning operation of rolls,, the following rules are to be observed*, periodical low-texperature anneallwax in oilo ase of lubricant vLth a 1wer friction coefficient, (-1f2t&j114n9 the WChjn4C&1 properties of the Initial metal workplace), deterstuation and mintenance of the effective tempezature of rolls, Increase In the strip tension dur- Ing rollings Insurance of stable regimes of draft by maints'nin the saw thickness of initiall strips., reducing unit pressure of the work on the rolls* and decrease of amount of the relative drafts* BoSstyrev, U.K.., Cendidate of Technical Sciences, and V.P. Plesbachkove, MKineer. Deformation of $=face-hardewd Steel TO go author discusses factors affecting the temperature of induction heating, the rate of moling, the stracture of the initial metal, and the region of Im-texperature tempering In deformation of ring-type sa=3 a of medlum-carbon constrution steel. The effect of replacing Card 4/8 Electric Host Mmatment (rAut.) SOV/1891 vater by oI1,, md by other adl&r moling Gantas SM the 4ff~Ct Of the duration and the tomperstum of anosall" are also disammed. MI cWcinp K.M.9 Famf r. Sartaos SwUnIng of Nodular Offifft rm ST The author prevents the residto of investlotims an nodular cast Iran boated fbr huttnW by " fmquency (3009000 to 350..000 vales) current, Ib don.aribes the stmitars and hardness of the salkeep wear resistamow,, fatigme strength, v&A resistance to crack formations, and gives- roe I adstions " to hm to met all these qmlity requIrevents. DvALtyray,, lv**K. and SJL Mwaskov, Cavadates of TedmIcal Balances. Elsettle Teqprln of Swrbace-hardened Parts by Soctional Nesting 116 The artiale deals 'with tin fallowing: distribution of temperature along and sera" qmclmns during electrical bestingg Vm bardness of spealmems after surface hardening ad Induction tempering, the strueftm of the. hardowd lepr, and the roaldml strommes In it. ML-. author ampans the data obtained with results from the ccomm method. of hest1ft spealmons In a furnom and be stresses the premovand advantages of bductlom heating. Card 5A Electric Seat Treatment (cont.) SOV/1891 Aleksandroy, V.V. (Deceased)* Mmd=tlon BmtIng-thramah of Iarip Section Steel Parts 131 Tbe author describes methods and equipment for the heating-thronh of fteelzorgIWAM hot stamping blAWw using IMWtIon heating See+ a nd IQMI hiatiM of pipe On latter constitutes the win sub- ject of this paper. Detailed date an current., frequency, temperatures rate of beatImIand therml losses in heatIM variow sizes of pipes an given* Bogstyrer, Th.K., Condiftte of Technical 3clences, Struaturs and Properties of -Ste*1 ftbjected to Mectrical Tbrovigh-heatIng 158 'The author analyzes the mthad of induction throx%h-heatimg of steel, the fa&Ars affecting m1form beatings, and the cause- of Vnezation of thermal stresses. go Investlotion covered of temper- &two. along the cross notion of the black dwIng electric hestings the stmetars of steel after trestmatand the mischudcal propertles of steel. card 618 Maletric Nnt Tzoatmeat (Canto ) WW/IW Im4prkVists, ILA. 0 ftgfjmr* law-ioltaw 24pdpmMt for IbdUstrial FWqVMACy Me"Otica misting 1 170 In anther 4180MONG VW40." IMG of taftatorgs, IMIN44" flaidb3a ameaq for sectiaml bAstim of lam parts vsImg 50 q--Us MA IV te:50 volts aurvent. In SIM1101ty of tAw camistroation Of Mh ludectors Is Indiasted. I rvomw, G.P., *ueftAste of Tedmiazi 5dauses. Otructareq Shrdwass amd Dapth of a - Ispr XuMmued ",the Misatzvoyark Mthad 188 so 411thor asmsew the Mcbmaim of the praiess amid thw- *f0vat of t1w awroat vam&aM lardisubg t1we an the stmatere sM depth of Vw 3&3%ro %a de*udexam of budwas an the prow"Ift reglimas WA on the carbomi ocatent In proamand steells Us- 0=" sod results of swaysis of Vw structure, an given. The author states that methods for vochudutles of this pvcess an mow balm 4~- "Ifivedo Astatlyovs So Bop CandUate of 2adadcal Rolex=@. Xlectrospark lVdgment D"Oloved b7 Taxinash 204 Ougd T/8 'ft awUwr descAbes must mictlas of two anustap the rAS-M md US- 3K Goveloped by TdEMIuh for slactrampult hardod" of steel nwftws. Too 4061 opcdflc&Wms for baft an give%ad dtncU=s for operatIM the machlass: aud moats that ama be obtalbod with thin am ftelmded. AVAUAZR: LiLbzw7 of C=gm" (10/fti 8-3-59 Oavd 8/8 129-58-8-8/16 AUTHORS: Tutov, I. Ye: , Candidates of Technical Science and Kondrashev, A. I , Engineer TITLE:. Local Heat Treatment of Weld Joints Manufactured by Electric Slag Welding (Mestnaya termicheskaya obrabotka avarnykh soyedineniy, vypolnennykh elektroshlak-ovoy svarkoy) PERIODICAL:,Metallovedeniye i Obrabotka Metallov, 1958, %Tr 8, PP 38-43 (USSR) ABSTROT: The single-pass electric slag welding of 100-400 ma thick components developed by the imeni Ye. 0. Paton Welding Institute (Institut svarki imeni Ye. 0. Patona) is widely used in Soviet induavry. However, the heat treatment of large components (normalisation annealing and high temperature tempering),which has to be carried out if they are to-be highly stressed in service, involves serious technological difficulties. TsNIITUASh and NKMZ investigated.the problems involved in the process of electro-heat treatment of welded joints of very large (100 ton) sheets of the.Steel 22K. The sheets were butt welded with a wire electrode using a slag method. Card 1/5 50 c.p.s. current was used which ensures a relatively 129-58-8-8/16 Local Heat Treatment of Weld Joints Manufactured by Electric Slag Welding low speed and a high degree of uniformity of heating the plate along the cross section. The width of the zone which became heated to a temperature above the Ae point was 2.5 times as high as the width of the weld; b9yond thi's zone the heating was effected as a result of the thermal conductivity of the material. The induction equipment ensured local heating of the weld by means of a group of flat single-phase multi-turn 50 c.p.s. -inductors which were connected into a three-phase system; the heating.was, effected simultaneously from both sides along the entire length of the weld. The inductors are fitted into two revolving frames and are pressed onto the plate by means of pneumatic or hydraulic devices. The induction equipment had a rating of,700 kVA. In Fig.1 the changes are graphed of the mechanical properties of the Steel 22K as a function of the heating temperature on the basis of experiments made by heating in the 'furnace at temperatures of 650 to 10500C with a holding time of four gours at each temperature. The temperature Card 2/5 range 700-800 C proved to be the most dangerous one; the 129-58-8-8/16 Local Heat Treatment of 'Meld Joint-Is Manufac~tared by 3lectrie Slag Welding yield point of the steel is redgced by such a heating and subsequent tempering at 600 C to 4-6 kg/mm~~. The best combination of mechanical properties is obtained in the case of normalisation annealing at 870 to 9501C~ Since this steel is not prone ~o over-heating, induction heating in the weld up to 1050 C is considered admissible. Relaxation tests-of the normalised steel showed that tempering at 6500C during 1 to 2 hours conserves the required mechanical properties of the normalised steel whilst eliminating almost entirely the residual stresses. The applied control equipment enabled achieving a full equalisation of the temperature throu8hout the entire thickness of the plate along the weld Beam. The described investigations of the seam metal and the thermally affected zone allows the following conclusions to be made; 1) Normalisation annealing restores the over-heated coarse crystalline structure of the weld obtained during electric slag welding which leads to an improvement of Card 3/5 the ductility of the steel. Irrespective of the method 129-58-8-8/16 Local Heat Treatment of Weld Joints Manufactured by Electric Slag Welding of heating after normalisation and tempering, the metal of the weld and of the near-weld zone will have a strength and mechanical characteristics equal to that of the base metal. 2) The most rational type of heating for normalisation annealing of the metal in the case of Yields of large size plates is local induction heating by 50 c.p.s. current. 3) Local electro-thermal treatment of welded plates of the Steel 22K containing at least 0.22% carbon ensures obtaining mechanical properties which are in accordance with the requirements to be met by this sheet material. The described new technology of heat treatment has been suacessfully introduced and is recommended for weld joints of tubes and steam pipings, high pressure vessels and various other components. If it is necessary to eliminate more fully the residual stresses in the welded component by high temperature tempering in the case of heating in furnaces, applicatLon of local electro-thermal treatment (normalisation) is rational and efficient for Card 4/5 welds-produced by electric slag welding since it excludes 129-58-8-8/16 Local Heat Treatment of Weld Joints]",anufactured by Electric Slag Welding warping and the necessity of straightening of the welded components as is necessary during heating to high temperatures inside furnaces. There are 5 figures, 1 table. ASSOCIATIONS: TsNIITMASh and MMZ 1. Welded joints--Heat treatment 2. Welded joints--Properties 3. Welded joints--Test results Card 5/5 ROVrKOV. T.N.. kand.takhn.nauk; BOGATYRW, Yu.K,., kand.teldm.nauk RegoazrA in the field of electric heating an& electic heat treat- sent. [Truol TSNlrfK= 89:5-17 159. (KMA 12:4) (Induction heating) (Notals-Heat treatment) (Metallurgical rose") T.H.. kand.tekhn.nauk - -;. . . ---;; - , '.. ruvestigating properties an& darebility of sloctrically hardened rolls for could rollInge [Tru4j TSVIITKASEI 89:42-69 959, (min m-4) (Rolls (Iron mills)--Testing) (Came hardening) NOVrf=, V.N.; MAZAROVA, Z.M. Sulfides, others, and amines of the nitrofuran series. Zhur. org. khim. 1 no.11:2022-2028 N 165. (MM 18:12) 1. Submitted July 16, 1964. HAZAROVAP Z.H.; NOVIKOV, V.14. Basicity of 'the furan ring. Zhur. ob. khim. 34 no. 3:767-768 mr #64. (MIRA 17:6) TOLSTOV, L.K.; SMBRYAKOVA, U.K.; SOKOLOV, B.M.; Prini, ~.mal'ucbastlp,: I*Ientlyev, NJ.;- KAPGER, V.S.; ZORCHRIKO, I.F.; nk KARPCV, K.F. Kushnare o, Vig.; SHMIMIKO, L.I.; TRIFONOVA, 11. I.; POMIA, V.A.; WLITSKAYA, M.P. Obtaining industrial naphthalene from the ceAtrifugal naphthalene of the Gubakha Coke and Coal Chemicals Plant. Koks i khim. no.8: 35-38 162. (MIRA 17:2) 1. Vostochnyy- uglekhimichdakiy institut (for Novikqw, Tolstov, Serebryakova). 2. Gubakhinskiy koksakhimicheskiy zavbd (for Soko- lov). DOROFEYENKO, G.N.; KARBAN, V.I.; MUM, L.V.; NCOVIIKOV, V.N. SYnthesis or some ketones in the furan and thiophene series. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; khim. i khim. tekh. 7 no.3:432-436 164. (141RA 17:10) 1. Rostovskiy%--na-Donu gosudarst-vennvy universitet, kafedra khimii prirodnykh I vysokomolekuly&mykh soyedineniy. DOROFEMIKO, G.P.; NAZARJVA, Z.14; _Llqy~Pvl .... ~VAT.-. , I , I , I Reaction of bt-,zyllidene n-nd 'arn,-; ~Ildena diac-tcphmiorae ,e-th acetyl perchlorate. Zhur. rb., khim. 34 no.1213%8-392-1. D 164 Mill, 18:1) 1. Postovskiy-na-Denu gosudarstre-nnyy imiversite'.. 2319-65 Y-PF(0/EWP(J)/5M(m)/T PC-4/IY-b RM A Cr4O I NR: AP5011239 UR '/n3WV65/OCO/002/M8/0021 AUTHOR: BapaMvtt, Ye. K.; Novikov, V.K.; ElItekov, Yu. A. TITLE- Adsor tio of polymers on fillers and pigments SOURCE: lAkokrasochnyye materlsly i ikh primeneniye, no. 2, 1966, 18-21 TM'-]C TAGS: polAymer adsorptIon, Pd-gorption isotherm, Uer, pigment, polydimethyl- siloxaae, polyneopentyl phthalate. chwinal black, rutile, silica powder I ABST9ACT: The paper describes the ady-4or 'Aion of pol~Ldimethylsiloxane (PDMS) and p-,,Aj, )1?_f!nt d4 ule ,jolution.9 of p gments and fi-Ijers.P The phthalate (P NP P) from -2 - 1, IS AUIPPITI h~ v4'.~& I A RGI ~W), akd the P NPP by the GIPI-4. Nonporous W Aero.~~il (sifica. powder), pignentary fuR'-IIT(, mft~c annel black With V~HORUWY MMWIC-d * -- I-- Adsorption isotherms uf PDMS and PNPP are given 52319-65 ACCESSION NR: AP5011239 Orig. art. has: 6 figures and 2 formulas. I 9(N-UITION; wMe SUBMITTED: 00 ENCL, 00 SUB CODE; MT NO It'FjF SdVi. - 007 OTHER: 002 C.,d 2/2 L 07156-67 - IJP(c) JD/JG FlUM, -"010 SOURCE f XCT";~NZ 10 -COD9-- UR/oO48j66/63ojdoi:/o162j6i66 KOV111GIN, 0- 0- 1ATYStMT G* Do 9 WNDARMOIP G*'A*# am "Conver' relon Electron-Spectrum of an Iridium Fractiong (paper presented at f3 r All-Unilpn-S~mposium.oa.-thq-ilW*icg-pt-Thin_Ferromoptic 113"j- '~t he: .2b Ad 10-25 July 1964) 1 -- I It rkutsk I Iwvostiya Akadanii, Nauk SSSR, Seriya Fizicheakaiya (Bulla-tin of the Acad=W of Sciences USSR: OlValeg'Series)# Vol 30a No lo Jan 1966# pp 162-166 Abstract: A largildouble-facusaW magnetic beta spGctrometer was used to study the iridiua fraebion of a gold targot irradiatedmith 660 Hey protons at the Joint InstitVbe of Nuclear Studies, The enorgion and relative inten- sitie3 of the conveivibn lines of Ir189 and Irl-90 are tabulated* Lines were observed for IrM, LA89, zr190, and IrI93 but not for irl,92, which fact is explained as due toi the wealmess of the source. 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F' MOTT! b. 3i. don. 4w ad aftw vowad" - As -.rz=m iL fdrAmm -a T" saft OR .-It I ..F- F I F S. let" op a it a-- i4-4 0' ' ' 0'. 0 NUMICIII, IF. f1l. FA. 1,159TL32 aw dw disp as %be tu" cbs not be@ d1i ad do of to coal- atir"aw ad i. A, CWI In. Oabog% 0 ccr- i'vVelum com- kkb M10 Is dwK"t beam. got ho"M &# af Wawa a dw stow T.It.?AVW 4k. W7 ltl33. DiPOSITICIq OF TAP, FP.(~'! XLMW4 19E N vr~d ms xtluu WOUT M., &po,qfWv fur an MMImtIon of tar coxe ovem. 48 sweEtimeo lqae deto7ldred* ILhe alimentaa CQmposlu.-Ion ~f the zi!x trwtlt~na of tar ELM -nd Faill V, 32-8-47/61 B. S. AUMOR NOVIKOT T.-N., GMVICH TITLE Appar-altu-*--Mo~ the Reotification of the Fractions of Coal Pitoh. (Apparatura dlya rektifikataii fraktsiy kamennougoltoy amoly.- Russian) PERIODICAL Zavodskaya Laboratorlya 195T, Vol 23, Nr 8, PR 993-995, ABSTRACT In the paper a now oonstruction or the apparatus for the separation of the single fractions from the ooal pitch In suggested in order to determine the composition of the latter. It consists of a boiler of 5 1 contents whiah is fixed on a stand. The boiler has a conical oover which ends in a supporting box and on the side has a connection for manometers. All is enclosed in a container. Under the boiler there is the main alectro-heater. An additional heater in provided at -Vae sidawall of the boiler. On top of the support of the boilpr there is a column which is fixed by special d*vloes in its vertical position. This col--n which Is Of 30 mm diameter, is filled with 3 am- and 0#3 ma rings. This ring oolumn is divided into sections of 150 an height each, between them a not cone is fixed with its peak directed downwards. Thus it is obtained that CARD 1/2 the liquid in directed from the on cone to the other inside 50) c'C7j" ---- C - z 2 -2 c-/ -7 flovikov, V.N., Gurevich, B.S. TI-T.:LE;: The Diziaolution of Co.-,.I in Coal Oils 'With tcie lur,~ose- Pf Obtain- ine Coal Oil 1'itch (Hastvoreniye ut,,Iey v VamcnaougU1'ny,--h mna*lakh -s taellyu polucheniya uClema3lYanogo peka) !:~ERIGDICAL: 2"hurnal -prikladnoy khimii, 1959, Vol XXXII, Ifir 3, i,') 626-63S ADSTR.~CT: '2110 optimuu conditio-c.,s for -,--i~:solv!PS coals of variom; ir oil are investigated ~-iere. Tilhe typos of coal otudied are c,11 L.14ined in the Ra3tern part o-.;L' thE US32 Table 1). The aol~ents used ares- soft pitch. %-.-ithI-a scif ~cninZ, temper.-Iture of 460C, .:it.c% -e i'clv secrnd anthruccue.faction, etc tar, di! r ,ble 2). Vie best reoult- M ziro obtained Vith' F-a'rj and fat coal, the yield of -ahich is 92-, of t1h-e soluble part Ref. 6, The heavy nolvents produce a 'homx:--c-i-,ouF. pitch which is brittle and has only a low con'tent of volatile mattul. solventa produce an el:a~;Uc razia-likzc pitch -.%hi_c;'-. 41~; softening; temperature. The optimura temperature for f&t and -La z; .ard 1/2 Coal is 3000C. At this point'. a noticeable decornpositiou of SOV/8 0- 32- 3 The Dissolution of "IcE.I. in Coal Oils th tne Purpose of Obtainin,- Cil coal is oLnerved. Tl-,e hi-hest yield is obtained it 550-3900C -7 1 '1' hi~r temper.aturor, irreversi nsation ~j . 11 ~ L 13 ble colide, procesoes are .!.cw3!c~rttQd. The low-boilinF, fractions are dia- tiiied and t.I-iL, of pitch decreases. T'-c time needed for di~tzcluttoicn JL~3 coal piece of 60-,'5 i;.-v is dissolved in .3 iiiiia to ~--rains of 3-5 mm. The conzentration of the coal I-= a considerable effect on the quality of the pitch; the softening temperature increases as~ aell au the ash content and the residue vhich is insoluble in toluene. The yield of volatile natter decreases. More are 6 tables and 13-reforences, 7 of .jhich are Coviet, 3 Engli3h, 2 German,and I Bel.-Iian. ASSOCIATION: Vostochnyy nauchno-isoledovutellskiy unJuMimicheskiy iaotitut (All-Union Scientific Research Coal-Chemical Institute). SUBMITT,"D: August 3, 1957 ", MOTIKOV. T.N.; GUMIGH. 3.S. Technologr of the production of coal-tar all pitch. K&z 1 khIm. no.2:45-49 160. (KM 13:5) 1. Tostochrqy uglakhImIcbeekly Institut. (Coal tar products) 3/080/62/035/001/001/013 D245/D304 AUTHORS: Shashmurin, P. I., Bolimer, Ye. P., and Novikov,V.N. TITLE: Distribution of Ge during the cokirgof anthracite PERIODICAL: Zhurnal prikladnoy khimii, v. 35, no. 1, 1962p 26-29 TEXT. The authors studied the distribution of Ge in the products of coking coal. using the isotope 71Ge as a tracer, added in the -form of GeO... The specimens were heated in a horizontal furnace to 9000C9 the heating rate being to 2500 in the first 30 minutes and then at 30 per,minute. Asbestos filters in the tube were used to absorb the vaporq formed, removing the tarry constituents. The re- sults showed that 70 - 80% of Ge in the original coal was retained in-the coke formed and that the gases evolved contained only tra- ces (not more than 0.2% of the Ge content of the coal). Ge passing into the vapor phase was almost completely retained in the asbestos filters where it became reduced by H and GO to Ge metal. The Ge on the asbestos could be easily reco;ered by boiling with 10% HNO 3 Card 1/2 3/080/62/035/001/001/013 Distribution of Ge ... K45/D304 solution. Tt was shown experimentally that the 71Ge tracer added was distributed in the products in exactly the same way as the na- tural Ge present in the coal. There are 2 figurea, 2 tables and 1 Soviet-bloc reference, SUBMITTED., December 31, 1960 Card 2/2 ACCESSION MRt AP4040966 . .............. S/016716610001002/000310012 AUTUOR Aq v Lk V It TITLEt 'Weight saalysis~of fuel tanks,1ot aircraft with ILquLd-feal reaction engines SOURCEs IVUZ* Aviatsionsaya*t4k6nika, aim. 2, 1964, 3-12' TOPIC TAGSv fuel'tank, aircrift fuel.tank, minimum weight task. tfl fstres.s analysis, task weighi analysis. strength as&17*i49 tank *bell buckling ABSTRACTt The misimum-weight Assigp-of-tanks for,the liquid-fuel A I components of aircraft reaction 4nxLn4s is dLscu'os*d, Strpss dL#trt- button in the shell of a tank under combined leading A consisting of internal pro 'our.&-, bandLAM moment. and axial forces 174 an&-lyzed by usta'S the ne4brane theory of shells. The complex action of this loading can cause either the buckling of the tank's shell or i-to capture by uarldional or h~dotp strosseso . Design forsulme for stabL11tj and -stesugtb, 4f. aircraft *taaks 'ate derived. $tress analysis of'-cyll,"rica.1-'rocket ;aake.of'.1fort6us arrasgonests for two-couposent 112 BEDHOVp V.~M,; MKHORUKOVA# Sauliiicroanalytical wth(~d for determining phenanthrene., Koko i khis. no.2-:39-43 164. (MIRA 17:4) 1.,Vostochnyy uglakhimichaskiy institut. Ij SYCHIKOV, G.T.; KOVRIGIN, O.D.; L1,771"HEV, G.D.; 1,011DARENKO, G.111.; NOVIKOV, V.N. Sp,ctrum of convernion eloccronn rf the iridlm fraction, Izv. AN SSSR. Ser.fl,z. 30 no,1:162-3-66 Ja 166, (MIRA 19:1) NOVIKOV. V.N. Anatysis of weight characteristics of fuel texds of airplares with li4uid fuel jet engines.; av.takh. 7 no.2: 3-12 164. (MIRA 17:9) Distra 4E 3 d/4S h, GUY gaoUg cosawft O.S. Ansafer's artle2a fSome structural characteristles of the Kurchire trough In control Ae 1".vygw.ucheb.z4-; goolel mm,5 w.6-.230 Z* 162. (KIRA 19k7) 1. Itmehinin*sp geo22ago-0yamcimaym partiyav T-Sentrallnom (Transbaikalft-GsoUgyp Structural (Anantev, G.S.) BUDTOLAYEV, U.K.; I SAUSHKIN, Yu.G. Economic deveiopment of the eastern and western parts of the Soviet Union. Vest. Mosk. un. Ser. 5: Geog. 18 no.4:3-13 Jl-Ag -.163, (MIRA 17:2) SIZYKHO V.I.; HOMOV.. V.P.; SAFMHNIKOVp V.P.; FOMIN., I.N. Pre-Cambrian of the Malkhan Range and the southwestern part of the Yablonovyy Pange. Mat. po geol. i pol. Iskop. Chit., obl. no.1:21-26 163. (MMA 17:6) IMIKOV, V. P., Candidate Vet Sci (dims) -- "The epizootiology of certain strova- loses of the d1gestive tract of sbeep In Leningrad Oblast". Leningrad, 1939. 20 pp (Kin Pigric LIM, Leningrad Vet Inst), 200 copies (KL,, No 25, 1959, 138) BETEKHTIN, Georgiy Alsksandrovich; NOVTK('jV. Vasilly Platonovich [Use of removable twine healds in the handlooming of rup] PrImeneale Oemykh nitianykh galev remiza v mchnom koyrutkachestve. Moskva, Goomestpromizdat,, 1962. 5 P. (MRA 16:11) (Rugs and carpets) (Looms) NOVIKOY.T.P. ik7 XquillbrIum uIxture of phaaas Of the astem glycerln-vater. NMI.- zhlr.prou.21 no.6:16-18 155. (NERA 8:12) 1. Nosrybvtus (Glycerol) (Soap) j S/14,5/62/000/009/005/00.5 D262/d308 AJT110RS: Chunayev, N.V., Candidate of Technical Sciences, Docent, and_j~ovik Lngincer TITLE: An automatic installation -.'Cor pouring aluminmi alloys in die-casting machines with a cold compres- and chill casting sion chamber L PERLIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Mashino- stroyeniye, no. 9, 1962, 167-173 TEXT: This new automatic installation, designed, cons-truc- ted aud tested by the MJVTU im. N.E. Bauman, is based on the design of the existing installation, and consists*of a measuring pouriv~g ladle, operated by a pneumatic-hydraulic driving nechanism which draws metal fron the distributing crucible. A vertical hydraulic cylinder in the driving mechanism dra-ws up the metal.. The'-device is also provided with 2 pneumatically operated horizontal cylinders, placed one above the other. The'upper cylinder is used fdi- the removal of,waste-metaL, Card 1/2 S/145/62/000/009/005/005 An automatic installatio-a D262/ 308 whilst the lower moves the ladle and tilts it for pouring. I~uto- matic control of the installation is executed by an electric system which also allows autoriatif- Interlocking, and is desi""ned for semi- automatic and automatic operating conditions. There are 3 -figures and 2 tables. AScOCIATION: IIVrU im. N.E. Baumana (MIM im. N.E. Bauman) SUBVIITTED: July 12, 1962 Card 2/2 v4pf IFSSR (OCO Oats Effect of lack of vater In the soil an oats in varlow stages of development. Dokl. AN SSSRp 829 NO. 4v 1952. ;aningradekly Gasixtarstvannyy Fedagogicheskiy Institut Im. A.I. Gertsena red. 1 Dec. 1951. 30s MaLt&I Ild of Rms Accession, Librq&7 of CoWess, June 1952, Uncl. MOVIXOT, T.P. ",-I Developmut of oat panicles under varying conditions of water "pply. ;Bot.zbur. 39 no.1:17-20 J&-F 154. (MA 7:3) 1. Leningradskiy aosudaretvannyy pedagogicheekiy institut in. A.I.Gertsena. (cats) ITOVIKOV, V.P; Manifestations of premature dater4ioration of the spine following an acute trauma. Trudy LIETIN no.16:343-355 ,64. Manifestations of degenerative-dystrophic processes deve- loping after an acute trauma In macerated preparations of vertebrae. Ibid.:356-366 (MM 19:1) 1. Pervyy Leningradskiy meditsinskly institut imeni akademika I.P. Pavlova. NOVIMveT.S.-,~z-~- I , I il, ;~,- , .. Ught Industries of the Russian Nderation In 1957. Lecoprome 17 n0-4:4-8 AP 157. (KIRA 10:4) 1. Malstr le&oy promyshlannomitt I=* (Rusaiw-Kanuftitures) GORENSHTEIN, B.V.,.kand.takhn.nauk; CHINENKOV, ru.V., kand.tekhn.nauk; AWVSKIr,-'V.P., inzh.; GUTOVSKIr,- E.V., ihzh.; MOVIKOV, V.S., insh. Use.0flongeylindrical precast prestressed concrete shells. Prom. stroi. ':.'w [1 "0. 411 no.4.-13-17 Ap, 163.- (MIRA 16:3) ,.-(Roofs, Shell)