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AUTHOR. Novoselov" V. S.
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"r ITL E ~Engineering calculation of optimal tihock absorption for measuring 46
mochanitims of shockproof instruments
SOURCE; IVt3Z, Priborostroyeniye, v. 7, no. 6, 1964, 98104
TOPIG TAGS. shock. absorption, 9hoq!~2roof instrument_ 0
ABSTRACT. This is a continuation of a nurA,bey of eavIier author's' works on the
SL.b~ct. The calculation of optimal shofIt absorption is based on the
ilzy of coincidence of zla'ku~'J and elastic
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h is the thickness of the shock absorber; & is a coefficient close to 1. Thus, an
absorber fhat has minimum stiffness and thlcknesR is optimaL The application of
r~~(Iihod to two typicall engineeritig problems set forth, Orig, art. has:
4~; v,,,res and 12 ;crrnulas.
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r 1 T LE. Cptimal spatial maneuver for entry (if a j~,tpropelled spacecraft into
,i zirculor orbit
LM LI, Iad . Un t Ve 1q P t . U01 0 r, vve 7ap t 32 3. 1116/4, SeHva
ma "eciia tArhesk! kit nauk, no. 37, Tr,,jtl; i
_pagt!~raft.ortj celestfat mecbanica. spocecra" propul
TO P I C TA GS : spaceship, a
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BSTRACT: In Section I of this theoretical paper author formulates t.be prob
6,~terTnlxiirg the optLtntal Spatial man,~,uver f,)r pilAcem~n,!~ f a Jetpropelled
spacecraft inLijr apAr"culjar cfrctil,it (0 ~ir%~~:' r, ,;yTmiietrical cen
ttaj, body in apfic"e, expen4ing a minimal quantity of mas5, ;:,.,iE Possirion of the
~1 rt. Ir determined by spherlcal coord .1na te6 (r1' y, assming a parti
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c, orbit with radius R 1q princ.1pzI rezdfrg plane I of
The di,;Lawe ',c 11v renter Cf "lie body at t h 0.
j 0 f t' e maneuve 5 11, i~! n o 1, e; C L rcc! 1 )r.C h c
I Ia 47,is of the craft.
,;R(. '1hr,!9 L N is aostimed to coiric Lee url
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Turni:fzzg~ toith atv auxillary jets engine of low
thrust or by other methods. Direction of the jet thrust is given by two angles:
V~5 !~~e angle between N and the radius vector andy is the angle measured around
i from the paratlel L l) thle ol~ n! in 1 i i  c, t It) I iH t h P gr e i t
r;' i e 1~ ,,hoae pLane passes chrough N_ it in !Ah"if, iAif: 1~1~'eriwl moLion of
r the conibwstion chtimber f !;r it ,te~idy st~ite, r
P Sec' [cr, 2, after 11.3 V L 11 1; P.'!! dTA 2 er i r P e c. r r e s 
rmitias . the auther iefioc., t i 0 n s
Y .11 w;111il lis; ~b& r~cl(et om tie
n. Y t 0f the t 11 r us
ite to a circuLar orbit 4 r I,
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ckL~t f,nz'"ne does noz dievelop
f ~e 1. , In Section 3, Lt is s i. ~;) ~. ~ ! ~i~ i  I
t; ons grPater than g'. Th,~ ;u I  h r pr e , e  t ~ i sol,iriort for finding the
glow transfer of the e:raft frore. tlie same 3tite a,; in Secrion 2 to a par
c~ rcu'ar orbit with radius R. In Sectft,~i ty is ass,nned thpt the trans
hi craft to a circular orbLt is quite raptil ~ir) Lliac Lerms of the order
'ir4n,, the maneuvering cime do not att_ain large. valoes, It is
t';rar, a rapid regime of contr,~,l in which thrunt constderably exceeds the force
ton aP4 in which the Coriolis force of the internal motion in the com
C (Imber can a t t a in a cons ider ab 1, ~3 vA Lue w i be oip t I ma 1 fo r cong t ant
I ne, I tnat ion o f thrus t to the o v. I ve r tind r a I t 1, 1. 1 f the.
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acceleration developed by the rocket engine is limited to a particular value,
art! approximate optimal regimes of programmed thrust, Including sectors
jet acceleration. Analytical expressions and examples are presented
f `a.3eg considered, Orig. art. 1it;4, 55 form,ilaFi ajif,i 1. fjgur!r~.
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AUTEOP. Novooelov, V. S.
TITLE. TINory of approximate solution of variational problems and its application
to thp study of motion of a Point of variable mass
SOMCM; L4~,n t. Vestnik. Seriya matematiki, mekhaniki i
020
IOPIC TAGS: calculus of viaristions, optimal control
ABSTRAM Theorem 1. Suppose a control uk is expressed in terms of auxiliary
% 1.
controls Yk* In the Euler equations, the conditions of traneversality and the
equations obtained in minim'izing the Pontryagin function, terms of order Fm1axe
d~rnpped, and in the oonstraint equations and the boundary conditigno, terms of order
6 Bi are dropped i : Thow the evror of , the optiroa1. value of . the fimotional in the
oontrols Ykhas order Sm for m > 2. Theorem 2. Suppose the controls UkI f Cyr
which finite bounds ithl de UAr < 142) U"' = cor,Si u~, = const,
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are gii~enj om be involved on4 lineariy in the functional being minimized and in
the related motion. In the Ealer equations, the condi
tion& of transversality, and in the corresponding equations obtained in maximizing
MI
H, terms of order 4 are dropped, and in the constraint equations and the bound
m
jw7~ omdktionpy termqoforder4. _are, dr9j3,p9d. Then the error of the optimal value A
'the
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f the
t 2 ~.baaid of, eW djvemd~' he. g
the field of cen a
~Luthor treats coplanar motion of a point of variable mass in ir 1
farce. These two theorems simplify the construction of approtimate solutions of
~ar:ational prollems. The author determines approximate optimal trajectories of the
Orig. art, has: 2 figures and 45 formulae.
Motion of a point of variable mass.
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TITLEs lotions of mechanic systems with bindings depending
on the variation of the masses
PERIODICAL& Leningrad. Universitet. Vestnik. Seriya matematiki,
zekhaniki i astronomii, no. 1, 1960, 132141
TZXTs The author considers the set up of equations of motion of holo
nomous or nonholonomous systems with variable masses, where he
assumes that the bindings depend on the mass variation.
Assume that a system has lolonomous ideal bindings which depend
on the Cartesian coordinatest time and masses. The general equation
of the mechanics of variable masses
(M W  r  Tj ) Sit  0
j J j i
where the reaction forces consist of impulse forces, Coriolis forces
and forces depending on the relative accelerations, attains the formt
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where are the generalized reaction forces.
The prime means# that, for calculating the generalized forces, the
virtual work must be considered which is caused by the dependence
of the bindings on the mass variations. From this one obtains the
Lagrange equations
d 2T aT G
dt 34i a qi I
where the additional generalized forces are
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y L( dmj ,J) 3r, 2 qmj
GI 'Ej , __:._ a
dt Sq:L 2 4aqi
As an example the author considers a threewheeled car which rolls
on a coarse horizontal plane, and the wheels of which consist of un
winding absolutely flexible strips.
Then the author considers systems with holonomeous and nonholonomous
bindings.
An example with variable mass and nonlinear nonholonomous bindings
depending on it is given.
The author mentionst N. G. Chetayev, S. A. J"haplygin and P. V. Voronets.
There are 5 Sovietbloc references.
SUBMITTED: October 27, 1958
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ATJTHORs NovosLIO!, V'S.
TITLEs The Fall of a Ball Drop Dtiring Evaporation or Condensation.
Vapour on its Surf6ce
PERIODICAL& Vestnik Leningradskogo universiteta, Seriya matematiki,
mekhaniki i astranomi.1, 1960, No.2j pp 116119
TEXTt The author considers the.slow and the quick.fall of a s
pherical drop
in a resting atmosphere with corte~,Ae=tion of the condensation or evaporatio'n
on the surface of the drop. For the slow fall the velocity of condensation
is described by the Maxwell law (Ref.2):
(1, dm ekr,
at 
where a is the mass of the drop, r the radius of the drop, k=const. and
e = +1 for condensation, e  1 for evaporation. For the quick fall the
result of Frdssling (Ref.3)
7'
(2) e p r Y3r
dt 
is used, where p=const 0 and Y is the velocity of the drop. For a small v
the air resistance is put IY,'rr27 and for a large v it is put  plCr2v2. For
both casee the author gives motion equations and integrates them approximately.
Thexaare 4 referenceBs 2 Soviet and 2 German.
SUBMITTEDt April 10, 1959
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Malling of a soarical drop with evaporation, from and com
densatlon on Its surface. Test.Uff 15 no7:116119 160.
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AUTEEOR% Novosolov, V. S. (Leningrad)
TITLE# Investigation of the Probable Stability by the Example of
Automatic Control of Airplane Course
PHRIODICALs Avtomatika, i telemekhanike, 1960, Vol. 21, No. 6,
pp. 666  6T3
TEXT; It to assumed that the notion of an automatic control or regulating
system is determined by differential equations with random parameters and
random disturbing forces which, an a wholeg are designatod an random
factors. If these random factors are missing, the motion of the system is
called,undisturbed. Definition* are suggested for the probable stability,
i.e., for the little and for the very probable stability of undisturbed
notion. The term of llttle~probablo stability in a variant and a certain
generalization of stability determination with respect to the upper
dispersion.limits (Rof. 1). The definition of very probable stability is
connected with the term given in the papers (Refs. 2, 3, 4, 5). Three
theoreme are set up and confirmed. The explanations given are illustrated
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by an exaapl* of automatic control of airplane course with the aid of an
autopilot at a constant speed of the servomotor. The inequality of
Chebyehey and functions of A. X. Lyspunov (Hof. 9) are nentioned, There
are 14 r0orencess 13 Soviet and I German.
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AUMORs Novosolov, V. S. (Leningrad)
TITLEs Notion of Nonlinear Gyroscopic Systems
PERIODICALs Prikladnaya matematika i mokhanikag 19609 Vol. 24, No. 6,
PP. 10301036
TEXTs In his former paper (Ref.1) the author has shown how to obtain
in the general case the rigorous equations of motion of a mechanic
system with gyroscopes with the aid of the Routhfunction
(1.2) R r Ck(H + hk) a aJk4J + a0 k) + T' (11 5~'Ihk)
F., ( J ;.
C was the axial moment of inertia of the kth gyroscope, r the
itr of gyroscopes, H a sufficiently large constant h.  hk(t)l a7m
the cosine of the angle between the veatir of the angular velocity
j and the axis of the kth gyroscope, a the projection of the
Ngular velocity of the bass on the axisoof the kth gyroscope,
Tlithe kinetic energy of the absolute motion of the elements of
the suspensions,of the casings, of the motors ate. Under application
of the precession approximation it is put T*  0.
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In the present paper the author gives asymptotic estimations which
allow for finite variations of the position coordinates and velocities
to state how far the procession approximation is satisfactory. The
author particularly statess
If the base of the gyroscopic system is fixed, and if the
generalized forces of the absolute motion only contain terms of
order zero with respect to H, then it holds J
(2.6) jq i  gil  0.(H 1) ,
where qi and g correspond to the rigorous and to the approximative
solution with'14  0. If the rigorous solution is iought in the form
(H1t) + xi(Ht)
(2.1) qi  qjI
then estimations of the kind x zil . 0(H2), O(H1)9
O(H1) can be givent where the z i satisfy the same
initial conditions as x i and certain simpler equations. In particular:
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v is the north omponent of the velocity of the bass, R
Jdius of the ea'rothgw angular velocity of the earth# 9 and Y
ftlerian'an I a (measured from the local vertical and the parallel
to.the east *
The author thanks A. Yu. ishlinakiy and Ya. ff. Roytenberg for
advices.
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If a quickly rotating gyroscope of variable mass (Ref3) is deflected
from the vertical position by the angle '19 1 then in the variables
0 andIF it oarr'ies out oscillations arouna the approximative solu
tion defined by the precessiol theory$ the amplitude of these
oscillations has the order H_ and the frequency has the order H.
If the bass is movable and if the generalized forces can have the or
der of H',~then the approximative solution (T*  0) reproduces correct
ly the gyroscopic motion in the coordinates 9 andf up to terms of
order 019 where
01  max 111, 0 ( VN 2, O(C42) 0 0V (a 1 0v32gi 1 0
_V I
(LR+ CR(H+h),.,?$
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There are 3 Soviet references.
CAbstraottir's notes (Ref.1) is a paper of the author in Priklad~%&Y& Ix
matematikai makhanikag 19599 Vol. 23, No 51 (Ref.3) is a paper
of the author in Izv. AN BSSR OTRI 19589 No Ill.
SUMTTEDs. March 59 1960
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AUTHORt Novosel S...
TME: Extremum property of BulerLagrange principle in
nonholonomic mechanics
FMIODICALt Leningrad. Universitet. Vestnik. Seriya matematikil
mekhaniki. i astronomiip no. 4P 1961t 138  144
TEXTtIt is shown that for a mechanical system with nonholonomic
constraints of Chetayev typet
'Pk (qjP 4it t).= 09 !Fk 64, 00 (1.1)
and.variation defined by Voronetep
A 6cLi I 64r = At 6ji(i lt 29 069 8) 6?k 09 (1.2)
the functional of the EulerLagrange principle has a minimum on
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the actual trajectory. In such a formulationg the RulerLagrange
principle is expressed by
t
2T dt = 09 Aqj. t = Aqi t At t = 0. (13)
2 1
If the system motion is considered as the motion of a point in s
dimensional spadeq then (193) is written as the Jacobi integral:
(15)
where h is the energy integral and II the potential energy. After a
change,of variables one obtainst
(1.6)
Wz=' ..,d.
. .. . . . qi fj qj0
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Iaochronous variation with fixed 41 is denoted by 61; such a varia
tion is called Jacobi's variational method. The constraints are
assumed explicitly timeindependent:
Pk(qip qj) = Oo (17)
The extremuih problem for the functional (1.6) reduces to that of .
the HamiltonOstrogradakiy.principle with a more complex Lagrangian
1,. For the second variation of the functional (1.6) one obtains:
8!W= 9,'dq, + 0 (q,  qely.
v, 12
where the quadratic form FB is positive definite. Hence the theo
rem is proved that for mechanical systems with homogeneous statio
nary constraints (1.1) and variation (1.2)p the functional W has a
minimum on the actual trajectory# for small domains of integration.
In the case of large domains of integrationg another formula app
liese As an examplet the motion# by inertiat of a diec along a rougi
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horizontal surface is considered. There are 5 references: 3 Soviet
bloc and 2 nonbovietbloc. (both in translation), A,
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Extromm of the Hamiltoo.Ostrogradskii principle in the non
holmmic mechanics (with summary In Suglim4l. Vest* WU no,
33:121130 1610 (KM 14:1)
(Mechanics, Analytic)
N
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Extrmm properties of the Ealerlaaange principle in non
holonam,do mechanics. Veat*LGU 16 no.19:13&I" 261. (MM 14:10)
(*chanIcs, Analytic)
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AUTHOR: Novoselovp V.S.
TITLE: ExtremiAm property of integral principles of non
holonomic mechanics in nonholonomiv coordinates
PERIODICAL: Leningrad. Universitet. Vestnik. Seriya matematiki,
mekhaniki i astronomiiv no. 1p 19 19620 124  133
TEXT: Variational apparatus (up to the second order) in nonlinear,
nonholonomic coordinates is developed; formulas are derived for the
second variations of the integrals of the HamiltonOstrogradskiy
and EulerLagrange principles in same coordinates. For nonholonomic
systems with constraints of the Chetayev type and variations as
defined by Voronets, the HamiltonOstrogradakiy principle is writ
ten in nonholonomic coordinates as follows:
t2 1j
Ldt = Op 19 2p t 1; 1
~1 levitl = Slevlt2 = 0 (1.2)
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The kinematic characteristics e., corresponding to the nonholonomic
coordinates Yiq are introduced by formulas
eV = eV (qiq 4iP OF (13)
1+k = Fk (qiO 40 t)'
The variations (as defined by Voronets) in nonholonomic coordina
tes are
Se d Ir,
,
8
w'6V 6.,JY 0.
Z J J +k
j=1
(15)
The functional
,J t2 'j
V Ldt
(in nonholonomic coordinates) has a minimum on the real trajectory
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or amia'I of 'integration ' As nonholonomic coordihat"lo
jnore gentral.'thin lagrangLan coordinatesq it is of interest Ide
velop~~.,formal~*ari:atio~nEi1 apparatus in such coordinates, and 'to di
~ y, cale'ulate on that bats. A direcit expression is derived
rectl
__Ifor t.he.Etoooiici,Vii~i6Ltidzl.'of:~hLi HamiltonOstrogradakiy functional
in 'nnnhol'onomid coordinates.. After computationst one obtains
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~Vy
Y
63id 'A bjqt + 0(t2 ~0*1.
where bvv i:a8vp cc being ah'infihitesimal quantity* If the equa
tionsfor the Ohetayevconstraints are homogeneous in 4ipthe Buler
Lagrange principle can be writtenin nonholonomic coordinates
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The following.theorem is p rovedtIn determining the Voronetsvaria
tion for mechanical systems with stationary.homogeneous Chetayev
constraiAts of first order, the XulerX~agrange functional in nonho
coordinates (of first order) has a minimum on
the real trajectory for small domains of integratione The above re
sults are illustrated by an.example of S.A. Chaplygin (Ref. 6: Iss
ledovaniya po dinamike negolohomnykh eistem (Investigating the Dj
namics of Nonholonomic Systems)# M.Lo GITT'J, 1'149); this example
involves rotation of a solid body about its ve ical axis. There
are 6 references: 5 Sovietbloc and 1 nonBovietbloev (in transla
tion).
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Shock tests of measuring instruments
Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priboro
st:oyaniye, V. 51 no. 31, 1962, 141149
TMCT: TIm author describes a part of the results.of an in
vestigation on the design of shock absorbers conducted at the labora
tory of vibrations of LGU. Conditions of the shock tests, experi
Mental study of these on a plate and transition shields (iAre tenso
meters, highspeed filmingr and oscillograms we;re'appliegl) are des
cribed. Dynamical characteristics of the shocks obtained by study
ing the oscillograms are discussed. rzcperimental investigation of
shock conditions of instruments provided with a shock absorber is
described and illustrated vith examples. 'Mere are 7 figures.,
ASSOCIATION:  Leningradskiy ordena, Lenina gosudarstvemyy universi&
tet iri.* A.A. Z*adanova (Leningrad State University im".
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Structural dwacteristles of rubber shook absorbers. lxv.rfs.
uchob.uv.; prib. 5 no41105114 162. OURA 150)
1. Laningradakiy ordena Lenim gosudarstvannyy universitat
Imeni A.A.Zhdanova. Rakomendovana. kafedroy tooratichaskoy
makhaniki. 
 (Shook absorbers)
 NOVOSELOV,
Extremum properties of the integral principles of nonholonomic
mechanics in nonbolonomic coordinates. West. LGU 17 no.1:124133
962. (KIRA 1 ':,. 1)
(Mechanics, Analytic)
Ns~i or a rubbercushlonod Instrument mchanim durIM
Impact tests. Isv. vp. ucheb. Saw.1 Wdb. 6 mo.ZQ07224
163. OM 16:4)
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Imeld A. A. ;hdanova, Rekomendavans. kafedroy teorstichaskoy
makkaniki.
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Nbasuring instrwmentsTesting)
MOVOSELOVO V.S.
Optlzme doubleizpalse transfer betimen orbits with ffmn
I&I.Inations mid eccentricities,, Biul,lnst.toorastron. 9
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no.3, on the course of theoretical mechanics for the third
year correspondence obidents In state universities with
specialties "Ma them, ati,~s , 11 "Mechanics" and "Astronon7"] Di.
namika materiallnoi to~~hkl; rietodichoskie ukazaniia No.3.
po kursu teoreticheskoi makhaniki diia studentov III kursa
zaochnogo o1racherdia goaudnrstvezinykh undversitnt,ov po
spetsiallnostiam 4NaLe7vq.tika,~' 'T~,Ahenikall j "Astronamila."
Leningrad$ 1964. 33 p. (xim a!.9)
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tematikcmekhanicheskiy fakul7tet.
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:1TITLE1 Influence of it transient lcombus.tLou regime and rotation
10 as the stain vector and mat mouent of the reaction fcccf
he n
.t rocket
4#$No taw@ Vtd, tekhi asuki Makhaniks m a *at %
_,.$oVjtC91t AN I ashiso troy y
ITOM TAM rocket propulsion# rocket, Coriolis force, combustion
ABSTRACT t When the combustLon,chamber is rotating rapidly with the I
ensine.operating, the Coriolts'forces and moments may reach v ry
high Valu*$* Several evolved equations show that this depend: on
~the`,4ngu Lac velocity of rat tlon* The Coriolis forces and moments
a
must be considered to the favesittitation of long duration rocket flijost
especially when investigating stability., The Coriolis forces and
1momeniog as well.as the relative acceleration of particles, aLsai
ificantly,'Influenee the~matlon of rackets of the I* Ve Hashchorskiy
typ Ia kat length andtho:rolative velocity of
where LLe.the roe
particle disebarse urcreated.by pump As cesipacati,vely low* For
1/2
flit "N, ;f/pi~ 4
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AUTHORs to~i~6601ov v S
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TITLZ I Application of analytic d mice methods in the theory of
optimal flights
SOURCE: Leningrad. Univc:sitet. Vestnik. Seriya matematiki,
i Mekhaniki i astronomiip not 3, 1964, 133146
TOPIC TAGSt analytic dynamics, optimum process# optimal fligh t
opcimal trsnofer, Pontryagin principle, Weierstrass condition,
performance functioual
",13 TR M; T t The methods of analytic mechanics are applied to the
ud f
s
t7 0 1 _ego
a a lsuimp.ki oils, a t' them behavior of the control plant is deser.ibed
by and that the control,
b~ o
optimal control is defined an the selection from the got of allow"
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&blv control functions of a control function such that the sy 5 tem
6takaa from~thx inittal atate to the terminal state in a finite
vwl toollky d
ditional thdfirot variation of the porform4nce functional Li
The oxprespiou derivad is integrated Dver the specially defined
yti
anal ame Manizq,q_T
d&f VdVidwot' it ohe, 'ov t m n ma.
e irkiace:saary con
performance functional consists in determining the maximum of the
Hamiltonian function on the aptinal tr'ilectory. Thts condition coin
cides with the principal cond"Ition of the maximum principle of
Pontryd8in and is equivalent ro the 4ciertrass optimality condition&
Additional conditions are presented under whic"'i the necessary opti
Malfty condition will be also The possibility of deter
mining the optimum control !Aii! 1ton,73robi method is indi
di,"
no a
ferential equation. As an example of the application of the Hatwil
tan.Jacobi method, the optimaL impulse transfere between two allip
Ca rc2 / 3
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tic coplanar orbits in the gravitational,field of a symmetric central
body are considered. Equations describing optimal impulse transferee,
58 formulas,
are derived, Origa A4t; hast
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NOVOSFJDV, V.S.
Use oft~e methods of analytic dynazics In the theory of
optlaum filghts. 7est. WU 19 no.13t133146 t64,(HTRA 1728)
NO  I ~",
CDtirnbq space ascent. of ar interapianetary rocket to a
orbit, Uch Zap, LGU no,323.169182 164,
( 'Cl RA In/ ; 12 )
NOVOSELOV, Viktor Sergeyevich; POLYAMOV, N.N., otv. red. I
(Dinamics of a material system; methodological instructions
No.1 on the course of theoretical mechanics for third year
correspondence students of state universities specializing
in "Mathematics," "Mechanics" and "AstrananTfll Dinamika ma
terialInc' sistemy; metodichaskie ukazaniia No.1 po karsu
teoretichaskoi makhaniki dlia studentov III kursa, zaocbnogo
obuohenia gosudarstyanafth universitatov po spetsip"no
stiam "Matematika," 'Hokhanika," i "Astronomiia.0 Leningrad,
1964. 40 P. (MIRA 18:3)
1, Leningrad, Universitet, Otdol saochnogo obuchenlya.
Matematikomakhanicheakiy fakulstato
NCIVOSMUR V.S.
. 1.1 M 1%1.t., I l,
DEngireering, calculation of optimum shr,,k. absorptJon of
menhhniums in shockresistant instruments. lIzv.vys.uckeb.zav.;
FIbo 7 no.6s98104 164. (,MT RA 18:2)
1. lkningradskiy ordena Lanina gosudarstvennyy unIvarsitet iment
Didanova. Rekamendovana kafedroy teoreticbeakoy mekhatil ki .
c )AP: :A F r), 17, a ej 
~N N'R: iVI ',~ C, 12 3 3 P,
.0 4
X!go%lov, V. S.
Change in the radius of a
:,r.,i  ix, e P~han e
F: LeiniLzraq . lip, Ive rs i tt,.
9r
AGS combustion, irr~,p], e r:i ~i., ,i7 1:q,id
eritnous commbust
`TTA, T: "Ine motion of' a droplet of fuel elave tQ 5. 'ori zontal s'~.ream of aJr
4 th rhanges of its radius due to evaporation were analLyzed, A f Ormula describing
aT i,&z. of tine dr:~p_'et ~k s .1 W~ f r
a formu'a ~xpre~ r: 7~cnt~iI c"ue o .~va
Grig, ext. bas o 17.z AC'
nore
Sj i7B 3
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DO 3 A R
MONSELOV VIS,
Possibly simat transfer in the field of central force. 11ch.zapACU
so*3289150159 165, (KIRA M10)
NOVOSEIA)V, V4S.
Theory of the approximate solution of variatJonal problens and its
application to the study of the motion of a point of variable mass.
Vest. LGU 20 no.1:110120 165. (MIRA 182)
NOVOSELE~z ~V.S.
Variation of the radius of a spherical droplet. Vest LGU
20 no.7:163164 165. (KMA 18:5)
NOVOSELOV, V.S.
Trajector7 of a point of variable mass in the central fields Vest.
IGU 20 no*19:347156 165, (MIRA 18110)
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TITLE: Analytical dynamics and optimum flight paths
SOURCE: Vaesoyuznyy s"yezd po teoreticheskoy i prikladnoy mekhanike. 2d, Moscow, 1964,
Analitichaskaya mekhanika. Ustoychivost' dvizheniya. Nebesnaya ballistika, (Analytical
mIechanics. Stabillty of motion. Celestial baUistice); trudy s"yezda, no. 1. KbaccV,
izdvo Nauka, 1965, 141152
TOPIC TAGS: Hamiltonian Jacobi equation, optimum trajectory, motion mechanics
ABSTRACT: The author considers an object vith an equation motion having the form
where uk(t) are controls or controlling functions which may bepiecevisecal2tinuous,
and t is time. The controls should satisfy the conditions
Uft UA, < UAS, U&I CMSt, U&I =const.
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In particular the conditions a" co, uks =_ oo may be fulfilled for all 'or some con
trols. It is assumed that a unique trajectory in the given system corresponds to any.
permissible control and the explicit conditions relating theboundary values of the *
variables in the general case are given in terms of the coordinates of the initial and
final points of the trajectory with respect to time. Controls are chosen to give a
minimirm value to a given functional calculated on these controls. The Hanilton
Jacobi method is used for solving the system of canon'ical equations which determine
the optimun.trajectory of the given object. Orig. art. has: 41 formulas.
SUB CODE: 12/ SUBM DATE: 04Dec65/ ORIG IW: 008/ OM PJW: 006
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Novoselov. Vikto r Sergeyevich
Variation methods In mechanics (Variatsionnyye
[Lenhwad1'Tzdvo Leningrad. unly., 1966. 66
printed*
metody Y zekhanIke)
p. biblio. 5900 copies
TOPIC TAGS: analytic sechanics, variational nothodjintegral principle
PURPOSE AND COVERAGE: This book contains a brief elucidation, usually
without proofs of the theorems and final fq
,Vmulasg of the basic
concepts and methods of analytic mechanicsM It discusses some
methods for applying the calculus of variations to analytic
mechanics and the properties of the trajectories of mechanical
systems with holonomic and nonholonomic constraints of the Appel
Chetayev type. The stationarity and the minimality of the Hamilton
Ostrogradokiy and the RulerLagrange integral principles are dis
cussed; the minimality of the Gauss principle Is justified for
mechanical systems of this type; and the integral Invariants of
canonical systems, contact transformations, the HamiltonJacobi
method of integration, and perturbation theory are discussed* The
book is intended for scientists, engineers, graduate students, and
advanced undergraduates as a brief but comparatively complete guide
to modern methods of analytic mechanics.
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TABLE OFCONTENTS (abridged):
Foreword  3
Introduction
Ch. 1. DIAlembertLagrange variation of holonomic systems  5
Ch. 11. D I AlembertL!LjiEjLpjtS_yj~.F1&t Lon or nonholonomic system* 21
Ch, III. Gaussian variation
Ch. IV. A theory of optimal processes based on the methods of
au&lytLe mechanics  58
Basic notation . 68
Index  69
Bibliography  TO
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MWI*M"v reo (Kazan$)
I 
Fundamentals of classicalanalysis and the theory of analytic
functions in a poljndic region* Izv. vys. ucheb., sav.; mat, no,
5s7188 163. (MM 16:
n)
GALAM, G.I.OT9S~kqv,,Te,N.
Baikal. Irkutsk,, Limnologicheakii int Sibirskogo otd
niia AN SSSR. 1964. 1 v. (MIRA 18:3)
KOVOSUM To S. Inshenero
WAR1 100
Dmm3Lopmnt of On building and road constr=tIon mah1nez7
Industr7. YAO&.strol.12 no.1:310 4T&155* (mm 8:3)
1. Ministr strottelinogo 1 dorozhmgo mashinostroyonlyso
(Building mwhinery) (Road wchInGz7)
NOVOMOV U.S.
lomoidlate task@ of the ball4ing oind rc&4 machlner7 Inolustry.5trol.
I dor.mehinostv. 1 A 156. (KERA 10:1)
1. Klnlstr strolt*llnogo I doroshnogo mshtnostroVenlya.
(Building machinery industry) (Road mchtnery)
NDTOSEMV. Y6 S
Building and road construction machinery manufacture In thw
sixth fiveyoar plan. Kakh. trud. rab. 10 no.8:2831 Ag 156,
UM 9:10)
1. Kinistr strottellnogo I doroshnogo mashinostroyanlya.
(Building machinery) (Road machinery)
lovom", ro.s.
., ~ ,  ;
Bulldlm aM road machinery Industry lu the sixth fiveyear plan.
Ylmkh.s~rol.13 no.11:511 1 156. (WAVA 9:12)
l.Slulatr strattellpago I doroshnogo mahimantroyenlya.
(Road machinery) (Building uschinery Industry)
NDVDSEI_0V' C.
AIJTHOR.
None  given. 5
_TITZI: Problems of Pleahanization Discussed at an AllSoviet
Conference on Building,,. (Voprosy mekhanizatsii na
vsesoyunom sevesA. 4
hchanLi pc stroitel'stva).
PI$RIODICAL: Mekhanizatsiya Stz~oitell stva, 1958 Jq Nr 5, pp 37.
ABSTRACT: An AllMdon Conference on 'building organized by
the TsK KPSS and the Council of Ministers of VA* MSR
was held in Moscow tetween 10th and l2th April 1958.
'hu ' zat ion
The main topics disaassed were buildil2a, med . d
and the manufact,,ire of building, and road buiiding
machines. (Main speakers:Ye. S.Novoselov, Minister
and Head of the rrcsplan ofUMTa07 =.. Levin.. Chair
man of the Gosstroy of USSR4 Mr. Novoselov read a
paper on the mecheirLzation and the manufacture of
building and road building machines during the period
.1955/51. Engineer N. Y&.Ko=1od of Glavmosstroy pre
sented a ,new implement for the manufacture of fencing
and external walls. Mr. Levin of Gosstroy of USSR
reported on the. 'Morease in the number of building
machines since the second A.11Soviet Conference on
building. At present tbe Gosstroy of USSR has 19
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Problems of Mechani zati o.: DJ sri~zssed at an AISoviet, Conference
on aa
factories for the maitenanca of building machines.
The manufacture of with a capacity of 75 tons
is advccated due to the increasing use of precast
reinfc,rced concrete uc.~stxuct ions. Ur. i'lostotiskiy
of Gcsplan ;f uSSIR requested the manufaQture of
certain types of small machines and instruments re
quired in the buildingtrade.i. Odiotm6tion workefd
,Tishchenko, Gnltlaav and Kuzneisov pointed out tlie
shortcomings of exc;w;&,.tor:;3 mamufa2tured by I'Ralbochiy
hetallist." factory. The sera,~er D374 was reconstructed.
Engineer Gor bunok~ c�' Gi avat ro.ymekhani zat sly* of the
ministry of Tran6portation demanded the expansion and
coordination of acieYr4ific research in the field of
maintenance of building m&:;hinery. The coordinating
body should be (RfIOKIIP. Akademii stroitel'st.va i
arkhitekil'Ury SS.SR) 'KIMVP cf the Academy of Building
and of tiSSR.
1. ConstructionEquipaatt 2. Road building equipmenrProduction
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SO11/12258632/37
AUTHOR: Korolev, A.A., Candidate of Technical Scie=.es
TITIR: Dev I Prospects for the Manufacture of Metallurgical
f8puniffil" h razvitiya metallurgicheskogo mashino
stroyeniya)
PERIODICAL: Vestnik Mashinostroyeniya, 1958, Nr 6, pp 8082 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: A branch conference on metallurgical engineering plant,
convened at the Uralmashzavod in Sverdlovsk by the Otdel
mashinostroyeniya Gosplana (Mechanical Engineering Division
of the State Planning Commission of the USSR) is reported.
400 delegates representing 22 economic councils, 14 research
institutes 24 design institutes and 29 metallurgical
equipment manutacturing plants were present (including the
Uralmashzavod, the NovoKramatorskiy zavod (NovoKramatorskiy
Works), StaroKramatorskiy mashinostroitellniyzavod
(StaroKramatorsldy Plant), Zlektrostall skiy zavod tyazhelogo
mashinostroyeniya (Blektrostall Plant) ' the YuzhnoUral'
skiy zavod tyazhelogo mashinostroyeni?a,(YuzhnoUral.'skiy
Plant), the Irkutskiy mashinostroitel nyy zavod (Irkutsk
Plant), the Novosibirskiy mashinostroite.Lniy zavod
(Novosibirsk Plant)) as well as 16 steel Works (including
Card 1A9 the Kagnitogorskiy metallurgicheskiy kombinat, the Azovstall,
2
SOV/12258632/37
Developt'.qent" Prospects for the Manufacture of Pletallurgleal Equipment
the Zaporozhstall, the NovoTagilbkiy Works, Euznetskiy
metal lurgicheskiy kombinat (Kuznetsk YletallurCical 'oi:.bil'o).
In his opening address, YeS. Novoselov, Minister oi the
USSR, emphasised that t1ii'State Planni"Rng Commission attached
great importance to the conference. Vinogradov, K.K.,
deputy director of the mechanicalengineering division of
the State Planning Commission, pointed out that the
production of metallurgical equipment increased 16fold
in theperiod between 1932 and 1957. The manufacture of
rollingmill equipment increased 24fold. Betmieen l9cl and
195?, 2? blast furnaces, 5? openhearth furnaces, 35 rolling
and tube.mills were built and erected and 22 rolling mills
were completed, awaiting erection. This equipment was
responsible for an increase of 18.2 million tons of pig iron,
24.9 million tons of steel and 193 million tons of rolled
products. An improvement in quality and a rise in
productivity have taken place. During the period between
1959 and 1965, the manufacturers have the ta9k of con
structing powerful blast furnaces of 1 719 m2 and even
3
2 286 m, capacity, the largest in the world. New designs
card2/9 of automatic skip hoists,, weighing carriages, charging
NUICCELOV ye.s.
lanufacture of construction machinery is the principal +chri.
cal basis of the consti"action industry. Stroi. i dor. mash. 9
no.1:13 Ja 164. (MLU 18:7)
1. Predvedatoll Gosudarstvannogo komiteta stroitellnogo,
dorozlinogo i kommunallnogo Bins hi nos llroyenlp pri Gosstroya SSSR.
FO'IOSEMV, Ye.s.
We welcome partiolWts to the Ekhibition. Stroj.ji dor. mash.
9 no.8:12 Ag 164 .. WIRA 18al)
1. Kinl I  SSSIII i ftedsedaiiil Organ izats ionnogo kondtata f,',szbdu
narodncrvystavki s trod tel tiiy.&h I dorozhnykh mashin i razliclu"Y'kh
sredstv,mekhanizatsii strolteltnomontazlmykh rabot.
r'?
myos=.. TAT
. IITooiagiciathowy of the dLviAlblUty of lhtepriv* lkh. up. ZGPI
6023 160 (MIU 15:7)./
(Topoloa) (Ikubereq Theory of)
MOVOSELOV, IG.V.
Topological theory of polystdic numbers, Trudy Kit, Last, AN
Gruzo SSR 276169 160. (WRA 15:3)
(Algebraic topology)
KOVOSEIDVI YeAl
Integmticn on one bicompact rings, and applications to the
theory.of n=bera. Izv. vya. ucheb. zav.; mat.. no.3,06679
161. (MIU 14:7)
lo Kaanakly gosudarstvennyy univeraitet imeni V*I.Mlyanova
Janina,
(Rirgis (Algebra) )
(U=bers,, Theou of )
NOVOSEMV, Y~,.V. 
Topological and metric properties of the multiplicative
structure of prime numbers. DokI. AN SSSR W no.6.1255
1257 F 962.  (14M 15:2)
1. 1. Kazanskiy gosudarstvevny7 universitet Jm. III.V.Lomonosova.
Predstavleno, akademikom I.M.Vinogradovym.
(K=bers., Prime)
(Distance geometry)
ROVOSELOV, Te.v.
Sow formulae related to a reduced residue system. Dokl. AN SSSR
143 no.6:LI741277 Ap 162. MRA 15.4)
1. Kannskly gosudarst"nnyy universitst Im. M.Ullyanovalanina.
Predstavleno akademikom I.M.Vinogradovym.
(Numbers, Theory of) (Congruences and residues)
PILINSKIYO V.I., inzh.; ](OVOSEWV, .Yu.A.,,, ~nzh.
DaterjAnItt, the'ithermal Iffeld at tm&. Uplepass grinding of, hard
alloys., 743t,amaaaoptz~.' 43 no.1l.4651 N 163. ()dOA 17. 2)
KVALIVASSERP V.I*v kand. tekhn. nf~uk; ANDA41,J.SHI,,VIVJI, Yu.M., kand. tebhn. nauk,
dotsent; NOVOSELOV, Yu"., Inzh.
Effect of torsional vibrations of the d:,i,;e from the spindle to support
in the 1811 semiautomatic relieving lathe on the quality of machined
parts* Izv*vys*ucheb.zav.; mashinostr. 110.4:160m167 164, 181.)
1. Kuybyshevskiy politekhnicheskiy institut.
REZNTKOV, A.N., NOV05FLOV, Yu.A.
0
~ ';  ~'
Approximate method for calculating temperature fields in
vedgea. Inzh. fiz. zhur, 7 no.61114119 164* (MIRA M12)
1. Otraslawaya nauchnoproinedstvannaya instrumentalInaya,
laboratoriya,, Kuybyshev.
MOVOSELOV, Yu.A.
Old erosional surface in the Kichiga River basin* Vop. 0 .
Kamch. no. 2:106108 164 (Mm Iral
NOVOSUGf, Yu. K.
"Effect of Grass Mixture Covers of Different Composition and Some
Other Agrotechnical Methods on the Flax Yield." Cand Agr Sci, Moscow
Agricultural Acad imeni Timryazev,, Moscow., 1953. (RZhBiol, No 4, Oct 5U)
Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR
Higher Sducational Institutions (10)
So: Sum. No. 481, 5 May 55
Country : USSR 14
Category: Cultivated Plants. Cormnrclal. OilDearinG.
Sua2rDearine.
Abs JOUr: r=iol., No 111., 1958, No 49022
Author Noyceeloy Yu. X.
Inst Tirdryuzcv izriculturai tcud.
Title The Influence of the Standard (~=tity cuid the Manner
of SowinG oil the C~Iuality of P.LberFl= Seed.
Orig Pub: rzv Tiraryazovsk. a.kh. akad., 1956, uo , 6368
I'l.batzact: In the years of 1553 and 1954, _Jnvcstige"_'oas On
the effect of ;ho rm=er of sowing (wide.. double
and dense rous) of fiberflax, together with dif
ferent standard quantities, on the harvest and
qualitY of seeds have been carried out at the flax
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Category'. Cultivated Plants. Comarcial. OilBearing.
SU(ArDearinG.
,L's Jc'L'~c: RW401, TO 11, 1958., No 49o22
experimental station Of the Timiryazav Arricultural
Academy. _12 the flax was planted sparsely, the
MMIber of fniits on the plants increased. The total
harvest Of smds was PractiCaUY the sam for thin
and dense sav~.n&,, but the propagation coefficient
Ll
was higher by a factor of 2  5 for t' in sowing.
The format�on of scads is wre Intense in the case
of dense s(Aiin& If the stems are thick, the abso
lute veialit of seeds is lower. The absolute weight
of the seeds is higher in the first periods after
aced formation than at later tives. This distinction
is particularfly acute in the case of thin sowing.
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Cautcaory: Cultivated Plants Comiercial. OilDearina.
SugarDearinC;.
Abs Jour: R=iol., No 11, 1958., Ito 49022
The mat even seed material has been obta:Lned. from
dense cultures. Vie sowing of linsceds obtained fran
sp=sely sown cultures somewhat decreases the harvest
of oeeds and quality of the straw.  D.D. Dakhmistrov
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IMVDSELOV# Xu.K.p kand.sel'skQkh*xyaystvennykh nauk
For more Utensive utilization of cropland in the nonChemozm
zone. "Zenledelie 23 no.3:1&21 Kr 961. (MMA 14:31)
10 Veen .nauchnoisoledmteltskiy inatitut kormov
Imeni.
(Agriculture)
NGVOSMV, Yu.K.,q kand..sellkhoz. nauk; RO,GGV.. M.S.; POLYAKOVA., V,,, red.;
7 TUMZEBK3NAq M.p tekbn. red*
[Raising forage beans for seed) Kormovye boby na semen&. Koskva,
Mosk, rabochii, 1962, 24 p, (=A 1516)
1. NaucbzWy rabotnik volostnogo lspolnitellnop
komlteta Moqkcvskoy oblasti (for Rogov).
(Moscow ProvinceBeam)
#:I.De, kand.mel'okokhoz.rauk; K=VWSM, kand.sellskokhox.
okh
UVA jTu.K., kand.sellsk os.nw*
NImd pbmtIvgo and the Swedish fly# Uohchraxt,ot vrtdi bol,
7 no.03738 Ap 162. (MM 1502)
lo Toeoo7u=37 institut cashchit7 ranteuiy (for Sha iro). 2., Vseso
yu=W institat kormov (for Karavymnokiy, govooelcW5
~(Gorn (Wive))Diseases and pests) (Trit flies)
KOREIMSKIYP B.S.; 11
Standardizing electric actuating mechanisms. Standartizatsila 25
no46:2224 A 161.' (MM 14:6)
I (Electric motoraStandards)
i
1375848434
Translation from; Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr 4, p 302 (USSR)
AUTHOR: N ke
TITLE: Rare Elements (Redkiye elementy)
PERIODICAL. Oktyabr', 1957.. Nr 9, pp 177179
ABSTRACT: Bibliographic entry
!. Rare earth elementsBibliography
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Dissolution of micropowders of fused aluminum oxide and the
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159. (MIRA 13:4)
(Aluminum oxides) (Metala Analysis)
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RIOT/Ble6
.,'AUTHORS. _1orenev#.,. M.' Simanov,, Yu. Pf"~ (Deceased),
an YU
'16yosel 'A~ A
I Corresponding Member ASUSSR
ova,
TITLE: Vihombicmod'ification of ber~yllium fluoride
JPERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSRi Dokladjy,v;~147, no. 4, 1962, 846848
I structures. So
TEXT i  e struct,urps Be? are similar tothi 5 P2
th
2
;ypei 0'.structures have been found, oquartz# aquartz,
far, the foll6wIngA
till.4  i "' " d r
cristabali e,:an _ac ~is obalitO. i The present, paper describes a news
ifioibiic mod if ic' t ion f B' F. w1i Itch'' is ' s to ~"be ' f structure similar
A a 0 a a Butwed, 0
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SUBMITTED: July 18, 1962
LEYKDi. Ye.R.; GUTIRA, SjL.; CMMMM, I.K.; GRANKINA, L.d.;
PAVW, A.A.; NWOMWVA, A.A.
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or xylose syra". Gidro3ts* i lemokhim. prom. 16 no.2:3516
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1. GosudarstvmmW nauchnoissladovatellskly institut g1dro
Usnay i aullfitnospirtovoy prmyshlennosti (for Leykin,
Gutina). 2. FerganskLy gidrolizrWy savod (for Cherazukhin,
Grankina, Favlov, Novoselova).
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Author : Kirkins, D.P., MovogAlouLA.B..
Inst : AimdmW of Sct;HEes EAM , . Simonov Yu.P.
Title : On Pblywrphim of Berylliun Pluoride
orig Pub : D*l. m sm, 1956., 1o7,, so 6, 837838
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late and having the structure of lowtempertture chrlstobalite,, In endother
ALU,y transfornied at 130P into cubic form (face centered lattice, a 6.78,
kX)J, analogmw to the highteMpratu" fam of christobalite. In a numflmr
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A.. professor. direktor.
ZVWhanglom of the right log. Test.,khir. 73 no.5:6566 S0 153.
(MLaA 6:11)
1. ILiniks protestrovanlya LentWadekogo usuchnolesUdavatellskago Inatitata
protestrovanlya. (TqWh&t1csTwwrs) (Leg%mors)
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(AMMAMN S2W,
am, nabilization)
GaMOV. S.F..doktor med. nauk; NOVOSILOVA. A.1.
Levels and methods of amputation in nocrosts of the extremities
In endarteritis oblitorans. Test. khir. 76 no.11:3845 155
(MM 94)
1. Is kliniki prot4wLrovanlya. (zav.doktor moditsinskikh nauk S.F.
Godunar) Laningradukogo nauchnoissladovatellskogo instituts,
protezirawanlya.
(SiDARMMS OHLRMWS. compl. surg.,
necrosis of extremities. levels & methods of amputation)
(13MMITINS. gangrene.
caused b7 andarteritis obliterans. surg., levels &
methods of amputation)
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extremities, caused by endarteritis obliterans, surg.,
levels & methods of amputation)