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C-7 C" h RbYSCR; XUbBAMI, D.G.,kELnd.ned.nauk TUROVSKATA, F.R.,zasluzhennyy vrad 0 Physical development of school children in Moscow; data of medical surveys made during the 1952-53 school year. Gig. I san. 24 no.3:52-62 Mr '59. (MBA 12:5) 1. Iz Moskovokoy gorodskoy sanitarno-epidemiologicheakoy stantaii. (BODT WEIGH?. in inf. & child, school child., Russian statist. (Rue)) (BODY HEIGHT. In inf. & child. same) HUSBAUK,ILMi.,kand.ateditainskikh nauk; YOKINA, M.S., kand.meditsinskikh nauk Work capacity of boarding school students in relation to daily schedule. Gig. i san. 24 no.12:36-42 D 159. (MIU 13:4) 1. Is Fauchno-isaledovatellskogo institute. fisichaskogo vospita- niya i shkollnoy gWyeny Akademii podagogicheakikh nauk RSPSIL (SCHOOLS) (STUDWS) ggo~,i me is* so me so 00-3 gel, a 14 *u 111 0 go Q " ad C6 JL-., k- A- -9- 3AD I, - wc!-,I!a ~! O"ILM- - -- Ow, V~Cwiiy!f~ ;Dt. Meneue dyes. S. A , ". 1, Aroof S. I. AfitcI'm;o,-j4v-~S-,Rt61.1 Aug 3[. 190i -00 ISINdan-type dye"t 'AluilIC41 :It%- by ""uIllilig dul"Jift'l "ith -so 'so .00 tv 0 zVe &SO.SLAI, ow i:0 0 EMItI./ 0.1 ate L rA IL a AV 0 dg a a IN a ff cg a if wa 4 1 ICA 0 00000000*00000000 Z.Asis model*&* 000004 1 'TU'D 3. A. .Development of Methods for Obtairiing tho Nitriles of Al pivatic Acils.' Theciis for de~-ree of Uand. Technical Sci, Su~) 22 Kay 50, Moscow 1,v;t of Fine Ghewira'L Tectinol-,gy imeni M. V. Lomonosov Summary ?1, 4 SeP 52, Dissertations Presented for Vagrees in `3cience ~tn(l riwineerin- in 1.1'oscow in 1950. From Yeeherrwart Moskva. Jan-Jec 1950. USSR/Human and Animl Fhysiolo~y (Normal and Pathalz~-~ical) T Metabolism. Vitamins. Abs Jovir Ref 7%ur BiDl., N) 6, 1959, 26314 Auth)r Husber_r;, L.I. Inst Institute of Tuberculosis, Acaderjy if Nedical Sciences USSR Title On Metabolism of Vitami-i Z I in Childrer~ with OsteD- Artici.dar Tubercvljsis. Ori,' Pub ; Tr. Txi-ta tuberkuleza. Akad. ricd. :muk SSSR, 1957, 9, 392-400 Abstract : The secretiou of thiaLlinC (T) was st%ldied in 46 cilildren in the active phase of osteo-articular tuberculoois with syript,)ns of tubarc,.ilosis intoxication. 21 cl-ildre-i with- ~)ut liadin-- with T did ii~)t secrete it at all and ouly in 9 childreii In the active phase of the process was the Card 1/3 USSR/Hurnn and Puiirial Physi)l:).y (Normal aad PathiloLlcal) T Metabolism. Vitamins. Abe J-)ur Ref Zhur Diol., No 6, 1959, 26314 a m-iuit of T excreted in 24 hours of urine nori;nl. L-. 27 if 39 children irith insufficiency of T, its excreti.).i dur- in-- pr3cess of treatment norralized coupletely; in t"Le rest it inniroved, except in 5 individuals. After 2 days of loading; with 5000 bunmn of T each intramuscularly, in 35 of 48 children decreased excretiin of T was noted in the berinain--, however, in the transition of the process into inactive firm, normalization af T metabolism took place. Insufficiency of T is apparently connected with the intensity of tiabercitlosis intoxication. The excretioz] of pyoracemic acid ~PA) in ne active phase of the prDcess was on V-,e avera,,e ~in mC; ~) of process abatinC, 24-5- Iii the active phase if the process a s1iar-p increase of PA excretion was observed in 50.2% of patients, in t1he abat- in~; phase -iii Norrnlization of FA excretio~i la_- ;~,ed from the nirmlizatiDn of T excretioii. The Card 2/3 - 24 - USM/Human and Animal Physiology (NorDal and PatholoGical) T Metabolism. Vitamins. Abs Jour : Ref 71iur Diol., Nj 6, 1959, 26314 utilization of chempreparations and antibiotics did not induce an adverse influence on the metabolism of T. --- L.M. Model 0 Card 3/3 mmxyg. A. Models and desigms of warm footgear. From.koop. 12 no.12:20- 21 D '58. (KIFA 12:2) 1. Rukovoditall sektora novoy obuvi TSentrallnoy ne6uchno- skeperimental'noy kozhobuvnoy laboratorti, Moskva. (Shoe manmfacture) NUSWN. A. New method of strengthening the lower part of Rouse slippers and light street shoes. Prom.koap. 14 no.6:22 Je 160* OURA 13t7) 1. Rukovoditall sektora tokhaologil proizvodstva obuyi gauchno-issledovatellskogo tekhnokhimichaskogo instituta. (Shoe industry) NUSBEYNO A., Inah, Simple, inexpensive, aturdy, Mest.prom.i khud.prom7a 2 no.500 My 161. (Shoe manufacture) ?KIRA 14:5) C~ MUSDORFER9 Edvard; LRSJAKq Radl CasiNj of fan diffusers for the TAX 4500 truck built under license. Stroj ve7t 6 no.1:37-38 Ja 160. (EUI 10: 5) Slovenia--Motor trucks) NIi6"rINPAUV,. A. A., GrTST'AN, L. G. Biology - United States Reactionary biology in the schools of the United States. Est. v shkolp 'Zo. 5, 1~~-52. Yonthl - List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, December 1952, U,~.CLAI-SIFIED. Numqwmm, L. Y'. 27867. NUSEMMUM, L. M. - Perezrmalye ikry prichina snizheniya eye rybovodnykh knehestv. Trudy laborstorii oswv rybovadstva, T. 11, 19401, S. 2-01-07. - Bibliocrt 9 Narm. SMIPMOV, A. N. lashch prikurlnskikh ozer slatecry ser7su---W. 27685. TARPSEVrCH, V. Y. Sudak pridatochnoy statemy Nizhisy Kury -%. 27680- SO: Latopis' Zhurmllnykh Statey, Vol. 37,, 1949 KUM$ L, T,1. d tatbrocyw (a QUOU IL Musenbaum (C, ft. A"id. Sri. O.R.S.S., 1953. go, -at the ellipticity of erythrocytes in the'Peripheral blood of ealman, during the yearly migration cycle are camliatc:d with inferred variations In the rate of crythropolesis, young erythrocytes which have only juat tomet cytopWmic polychroamia Wng ntum rumly &vaftlat thaa old. flUSENBAU14, L.M., kand.bIol.nauk of fishes In the electric fiold In connection with the problem of their protection during hydraulic construction worki)Trady sov.Ikht.1com. no.8:132-141 1 58. (MIRA Iltl 1. Vassoyuznyy nauchno-iseledovatellskiy institut ozornogo I racbnogo rybnago khozyaystva. (Electricity In fishing) STHAKHOV, Vladimir Arsenlyevich; ~WSEIIBAU,., ja Jkbay-lovich;- GYULIBADAMOV, E .. L_xj~ S.B., spets. red.; KOROBOCHIM-IA, Z.S., red.; FOWIALMA, Ye.A., tekhn. red. (Electric fish screen of the EIIZU-1 tMI Elektricheskii zagraditell dlia ryb tipa ERM-1. Moskva, Gos.nauchno-isal. in-t ozernogo i rechnogo rybnogo khoz,, 1959. 37 5. (MIM4 14:12) Fish culture HATZILIS, M.R.; NUSENUUM, L.M. - Electric fishing in pond fish farms, Trudy sov. Ikht. kcm. no.14:1-13-121 162. (MIRA 15:12) 1. Gosudaretvennyy nauchno-issledp*teltakiy institut (V ozernogo i rechnogo rybnogo khozyaystva GosNIORKh). (Electric fishing) KIPkR, Z.H., inzhe; NUSENBAUM, L.M.v kand.tiologichaskikh nauk The possibility of using the bottom sluices of modern hydro- electric power stations as fishways. Gidr. stroi. 33 no.11: 47-48 N 162. (MM 16:1) (Fishways) (Hydroelectric power stations) Nusni, m. Urging strong measures in the enforcement of the budget for 1956, p. 16, TMIIKA, (Ministria Industri-Miniera dhe Ndertim-Komunikacion) Tirane, Vol. 3, No. 1, Jan./Feb. 1956 SOURCE: East European Accessions Lis4 (EEAL) Library of Congress, ~ I vol. 5 , No. 12, Decanber 19 miumi, M. --- - - - - "Dctcnd'Lrg t1he credits for indu-,trlal supklic-E:." p. 14 ('rekn-lka) Vol. 4, no. C, Nov./Ijc~c. 1957 Tirane, Albania L)O: Yonthly Index of East Eurc~ean Accessions (EI.AI) LC. Vol. 7, nc. 4, April 1958 NU6hA~ fECIII~OL&y Periodical TEKAIKA. '101. ,, no. 4, Jilly/Aug. I-)*,--. Aa~!AJ, i.. Faulty accountinj. technique and now to correct i b. ;). 19. Iv.onthiy List, of ~,ast European I~ccessiom (EEAI) LC, Vol. 6, rLo. 3, Ylarcii, !,~59. Uncl. .WSHAKOV, S. PA 13T22 USSR/Chemistry Polyviny1formal Sep 1946 Chemistry Syntnesis "The Synthesis of Polyviny.Lformal In a Homogeneous if Medium, S. Nushakov, Or. B. Eve, 8 pp "Zhur Pr1k Rhim" Vol XIX, No 9 Study of the methods of hydrolysis of the poly- vinylacetate and acetalization with formaldehyde in the acetic acid solution of the product of its hydrolysiev i.e.~ polyvinyl alcohol, 3/02 62/143/004/027/027 'W 70 B144YB138 AUTHORS: Correeponding Member AS USSR, Nichayev, I. A., Grayevskaya, B. M., and Shchedrina, R. N. TITLE: Some phyniologioal and biochemical peculiarities of mice with different congenital radioeensitivity PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Doklady, v. 143, no. 4, '1962, 997-1000 TEXT: The radiosenaitivity of the following three strains was studied: cc 57-brown and BALB/c from the breeding station in Stolbovaya, CH 3 with 2 sublines from Stolbovaya near Moacow (m) and Rappolovo near Leningrad (1); and of a mixed population (0) of mice from the breeding station at Kryukovo. The body weight, the weights of liver, spleen, suprarenal glands, thyroid, and testes, the catecholamina (CA) content in the suprarenal. glands and the glycogen content in the liver were determined after whole-body irradiation with 350 -L 650 r. The LD 50/30 was much higher for MP and CC 57 than for CH3 and BALB/c. This was consistent with Card 1/2 S/020/62/143/004/027/027 Some physiological and... B140138 the significant weight increase of liver and spleen found in the former two groups, whose thyroids were equally heavier; whereas no relation could be established between the weight of suprarenal glands or testes and radiosensitivity. Histochemical and quantitative studies revealed that MP had the lowest CA content. CH 3 sublines m and I had different CA levels. Radiosensitivity changed in the same order. Although this parallelism is no proof of a direct interrelation between CA metabolism and radiosenbitivity, it may be assumed that adrenalin is an important mediator between radiation perception and reaction. The glycogen level in the liver showed the reverse order and is probably dependent on the CA level in the suprarenal glarkdo. There are 2 figures and 1 table. SUBMITTED: January 5, 1962 Card 2/2 BULGAMA/Chemical Technology - Chemichl Products and Their H-27 Application. Fermentation Industry. Abs Jour : Ebf Zhur - Khioiya, No 8.. 1958, 26778 Author : Nushev Wya Inst Title on Dateraination of Noma and Losses in Production of Brandy Spirit. Orig Pub Lozarstvo i vinarstvo., 1957., 69 No 2,, 54-59 Abstract In a single-run apparatus 12o543 liters of 90 wine (111j.8670 total) yielded: 9 liters (6520) head fraction; 1j,238 liters (87#1260) brandy spirit,' 314 liters (10..1310) tail fraction on distillation fron 4o-450 to 2oo; 1.,449 liters (11,1380) tail fraction an distillation fror. 200 to 00. Output capacity of this apparatus is of 530 li- tars of 650 brandy spirit per day. RqenUtures per 1000 liters of 650 brandy spirit are: coal 2900 kg 4061 cal, water 20 tons, electric power Card 112 - 69 - N 1-1 --~ 1-11-- VI j . BULGA M /Cbemical Technology. Chemical Products and Their H Application. Put 3- - Fermentatim In4ustry. Abe Jour: Referat. Zhurnal Fhimlya, No 21, 1958, 72217. Author Inst, Title Effect of Yeast Residue m Quality of Brandy Alcohol. Orig Pub: Laze i vinarstvo, 1957, 6, ito 6, 34-37. Abstract: In order to study the effect of the Yeast residue on the quality of the brandy alcohol# distillation of wine of the DiMat kind with various amounts of yeast (Y) (from 0 .6 to 7 .&M was carried out in me-rraction stills. Wines distilled without Y gave the best results from the orpnoleptic point of view,, the results given by wine with 0.6,,Io' or Y Cexd 1/2 YMSHIEV , Kr. , dots. , h. t.n. ; LUCn*.,,', St. ; IPTSHLEV, '1. '.1, TV. Distribution cf ethyl alcohol and volatile acbist,.res in liquid and vaporous phase at t: a continuous dist~ 11ation of the molasses fermented must uinder production conditio.- .2. God'-shnik Idim tekh 9 no.2:221-234 '62 [publ. 1631. 1. Chlen na "edalctsicnnata 'r-lolegiia i oLg. reda,-tor ', "Godishnik na i'tli::-,iko-tekhnologi(--hesiiia institut" (for Kaishev ,). UUSH I Go o --- Fifteen years of achievement and success. no.1:31-32 Ja 160. 04IRA 13-2) 1. Predsedatell TSentrallnogo soveta profsoyuzov hlbanii. (Albania--Economic conditions) NUSHIN,, A. Dissertation defended for the degree of Candidate of Philological Sciences at the Institute of the peoples of Asia "Art of the Theater in Iran." Ve3tnik Akad. Nauk, No. 4, 1963, PP 119-145 NUSHKINY V. N. ------ "Protsess res~ieni-ya op--rat-1vnyk:.,. zada,--r. i fjroic-ema ego report submitted for I'Ah Intl Cong, Intl Assn of Applied Psycholog~, Ljubijana, Yugoslavia, 2-,'--' Aug 1964. Moskovski-y universitet. Q NUSHTAYEV, G.I. -------- -- Checking stationary scales. (Scales (Weighing I=.tekh. n-.7:11 JI 162. (MIRA 15:6) instruments/'-Testing) BELENIM, Aleksandr Davydovich; NUSHTAYEVp Vladimir Vasillya-vich; NOGAYFKV, Vasiliy Mikhayi6ifc-h;-V&6g-'YE7;-'r-~Te-.,,-fnzh.v retsen- zent; KISEIEVAp N.P.V inzh.j, rqd.; USENKO,, L.A... tekhn. red. (Performance of diesel locomativ" an lengthened haul distances; experience of the Ashkhabad Railroad] Rabota teplovozov na, udlinen- rqkh uchaotkakh abrashchaniial opyt Ashkhabadskoi dorogi. Moskva,, Vses, izdatelisko-poligr,' "4bwedinenie H-va putei soobahcheniia 1961. 78 p. (MIRA 14:12) (Diesel locomotives-Performance) ESI140ICqt_q=giF-YakcLyInickRZITINg Mikilail Dmitriyevichl MOROV# Sergey Fedorovich; SLITSKAYA, LMOO Inzh., red.1 SHILLINGg V.A., red. isd-Ta; BEWGUROVA, I.A.v tekbn. red. (centrifugal casting of supercharger wheels] TSentrobezhnoe litle Was nagnetatelei. Uningrad, 1961. 17 p. (Leningradskii Dom nauabno-takhnichookoi prop .jandy. Obm*n peredovyu opytom. Seriia: Idteinoe proizvodatvo, no1 (MMA 14 17) (Centrifugal casting) v ,T~INOV, A. E.; IVANOVA, T. S. Effectiveness of disinfecting barbers' brushes in relation to the pathogens of dermatorqcoses. Vest. derm. i van. no.6:62-65 16l. (MIM 15:4) 1. Iz mikologicheakogo otdola (zav. - prof. A. M. Ariyevich) TSentrallnogo kozhno-venerologichaskago instituta (dir. - kandidat meditsinskikh nauk N. M. Turanov) Ministerstva zdravoo- khrameniya RSFSR i Moskovskoy gorodskoy desinfektsionnoy s stantaii (glavn7y vrach ff. M. Kudrinskiy) (DEMATCHYCOSES) (SHAVING-BRUSEM-DISINMTIOIT) -=1210vp A.G. The 28R7 semiautomiatic sandblasting coreme-Idn machine with the 28P8 rotary drawing machine. Biul,,tekh,-ekon,inform.Goonauch.-issl.inst,,- nauch i tekh.inform. no.8t19-21 962, (MIRA 15:7) (Coremaking-Equipment and supplies) NumovP G. 1. Semicoking (low-temperature carbonization) of coal using standard equipment Moskva, Goo. nauchno-takhn. izd-vo neftianoi i gorno-toplivnoi lit-ry,, 1945. 119 p. (51-21779) TP355.N95 0 00 0 0 O's 0 1 4 1 v It Q if 14 1`114 1116 "all a a &I a 14 ty m p 111 91 vu IS 0 to u a a Q .1 At a .6 ore A I &-a rGAII.Vify I I 1 #64 is cc cc M+1 0 4 A 't 004 40 so -00 00, ova" 6f of c CAM, Ind. (u. S. S. R.) -When Call coutS. 11o8 ithlottigh 00 a wmmw. the owl., sbowd contain 100-141;V., ftef" 0o a the aboorbing t"grat. 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A-1 4 A 4--L, A. 0 M_,.9 4 ; I k 11 -W--A.-- L-L 0 CC M U I L too 00 90 5624. MIRGROUND G&AFIC&TUM OF OUAL. &1, GO Wostroptechisdat, Pudn 0 :0 - Ifoscov, 1941, J]d ppo bl.c,usreae bull, 1945, 9# 324). -this asel papWar account of developments In the u.s.s.r. contains 1041 everal kitbarto unpublished diagram of oxpwLaoatal under- 0 0 t. ;ound gasification plants. A comparison is drawn between !,a9 *0 a! the costs of tiplottiag coal resources by this means and by 000 conventional mining methods. A progress or research on the 0* ji control of underground gasification and utilisation of the O product to outlined. * 0 0 0 1:0 1 ~ 44" 0 00 LS 0 t OWN KtI 'Egg KUM it WO 43 74 VK4 0 al 0 0 0. 0 0 0 * al * 0 o * 0 0 0 0 0 a Ole 0 O~ 0 0 00 0 0 000 0 41 0 41 0 0 0 q, 0 0140 0 0 00 0000000000 0 * 0 040 0 * 0 0 *0 0 * 41 0 0 * 0 0 * 4 0 NUST I G. 0. "Subterranean Gasification of Coal and Its Demsnds on the Oxygen Industry." Kislorod', No. 2, PP 45-53, 1944. A general discussion with brief mention of the plants in the Gorlovo, Lisichansk, and Moscow Regions. HMINOT. G.O. kandidat takhmIchaskikh nauk. I Methods of calculating losses of gas-blow. coal. and gas In the process of undergrommi 46jolficatlon. Podsm.ges.ugl. no.1:22-28 '57. (mm 10:7) 1. VNIIPodsmgas. (Goal gasification, Underground) 11 k1us IN 0 V , 6, C, ~ NUSINOV, G I -.0., kand.tekhn.nauk; BRUSiTEYD, H.'., kand.teltn.riauk: M.A., inzh. Underground gasification of coal accordIng -,.c the system of preliminary heat treatment of the senm And reversible gnsification. Podzem.gaz.ugl. no.3:16-21 '57, (MIRA 10:11) (Coal gas-fication, Underground) FERBEROV, I.L.,doktor tekhn.nauk; BRUSHTEYII. N.Z.,kand.tekhn.nauk; MUSIMOV, G,O~; PITIN. R.N.; FEDOROV, R.A.,inzh. Hydraulic fracturing of strata during underground coal gasification. Podzem.gaz.ugl. no.1:31-34 158. (MIRA 11:4) 1. Vassoyuznyy nntichno-issledovstel'skly i proyektnyy institut podzemnoy gazifikntsit ugley i Inst1tut goryuchikh iskopnyemykh im. G.K. Krzhizhanovskogo AN SSSR. (Coal gasification, Underground) NUSINOV, G.O., katid.takhn. nauk 4MV4-' OA" P~' Material balance of the underground gasification process. Podzem. gaz. ugl. no. 2:38-42 '58. (MIRA 11:7) 1. VaesoyuzrWy nauchno-lusledowatellskiy institut Podzev~pz. (Coal gasification, Underground--Accounting) KRAKHRALTUK, P.F.; LEVANTTSKIT, T.S.; MIRINGOF, N.S.; NUSINOV, Gr.O.; IFITIN, R.N.; FARBUOV, I.L. -, Results of the study of gas leakage from gas producer No.1 at ths Shatskaya "PodzeWaz" Station. Podzem. gas. ugl n0-3: 2.1-29 158. iMIRA lltlO) 1. Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-issladovatallskiy institut Podzemgas I Institut goryuchikh iskopaysm7kh im. G.M. Krzhizhanovskogo AN SSSR, (Ho"cow Ba"In-Coal ganification, Underground) BRIUSIVETH, N.Z., kand. takhn.nauk; KULAKOU. M.A.; LEVANEVSKff. V.S.; NUSIODY G.O., kand. takhn.nauk; PITIN', R.N., kand. tekhn. nauk; daktor takhn.nauk. First experiments in the hydraulic fracturing of coal seams at the Moscow Basin "Podtowgaza Station. Pedzem. gaz. ugl, no,4:19-24 158- (MIRA 11:12) I.Vaea*7uznyy nauchno-tealedovatellskiw institut Pedzemgas i Institut gor7uchik-g iskopaysmVkh im. G. M. Krzhizhanovskage AN SSSI. (Moscow Baain-Coal gasification. Underground) (Hydraulic mining) MJSIIW07, G.O., kand.tekhu.nau Some characteristics of the filtration linking process of gas flow channels and necessity of a total analysis in estimating the effect of Individual factors on its courses Podxem.gaz, ugl. no.3:3-8 159. (MIRA 12:12) 1. TsasoyuzMy nauchno-lealedovatellakly I proyaktVVY Institut podzemnoy gazifikateli ugley. (Coal gasification, Underground) 19USIMP -.a-O-. kELnd-t6khn-n0uk: BRUSEWN, Y.Z., kand. tekha. milk; - - -7 KULUWVA. M.A.. inzh. Laboratory, investigation of the combustion zone drifting and coal gasification processes in crack channels. Podzem.gaz.ugl. no.4:3-6 159. (MIRA 13:4) 1. VsesoyuzrW7 nauchno-iasledovatel'skiy inatitut Podzemgaz. (Coal gasification. Underground) MOINGV, G.O., doktor tekhn.nauk; ZYBALOVA, G.P., kand.tekhn.rauk; -PH-mmall uchastiye: RETINSKAYA, A.N., inzh.; NYAGIMISEV, K.N., inzh.; DUSHM-IOVA, N.N., inzh.; KARNASH., E.M., inzh. First data on the underground coal gasification in the experimental gas producer of the Angren "Podzemgazo Gas Producer Plant. Naucht trudy VIIII Podzemgaza no.6:3-10 162. (MIU 15:11) 1. Laboratoriya gazifikatsii burykh ugley Vsesoyuznogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo instituta podzemnoy gazifikatsii ugley. (Angren Basin-Coal gasification,, Underground) NUSIKOV G 0 doktor~tekhn.nauk; MWSHTE7M, M.Z.# kand.tekhn.nauk; S. TS. Ukdfication of the methods of calculating the basic indices of connection liWdmg and coal ganification in the "Podzemgaz" plants. Hauchatrudy VNIIPodzemgaza no*7:33-1+0 162. (14IRA 15: 11) 1. Laboratoriya gaaffikataii burykh ugley Taesoy=ogo naachno- isoledovatellskago instituta podzemnoy gazifikataii ugley. (Coal gasification, Underground) .~pktor tekhn. nauk; MIRINGOF, N.S., kand. tqkhn. nauk; WJSINOV, G.O. ( MUSIRRITtrUnfl,PNIZI, kand. tekhn. nauk; UMMALrUKI er. Hydraulic fracturing of a coal seam under an increased rate of water injection and an increased distance between boreholeB on an experimental gas generator at Shatakoye station. Nauch. trudy VNIIPodzemgaza no.8T59-69 162. (MIRA 16a6) 1. labor%toriya gazifikateii burykh ugley VaeBoyuznogo nauchno- issledovatellskogo instituta podzemnoy gazifikatsii ugley. (Moscow Basin-Coal gasification, Underground) NUSINOV, G.O., doktor tekhn, nauk; BRUNSHTEYN, N.Z., kand, tekhn. nauk; ip KULAKOVA, M.A.; DOTSENKOI P.N. Underground gasification in flooded areas of a coal seam Nauch. trudy VIIIIPodzemgaza no.9:3-7 163. (MM 16-11) 1. Laboratoriya gazifikatsii burykh ugley Vsesoyuznogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo instituta podzemnay gazifikatsii ugley. PaAage f ri7 IM 2b Z. ~-T - U- 4H AQT Tht d i njtg Off incMasr Aa -~ //VO NM1NOT, N.D.; PAYWY, V.P.: POZIN, A.A.; FTSHTEYN, V,G.; KUKHTFMOVA, T.I. Mechanical properties of rubber mixtures and peculiarities of their flow through alit passages. Xauch. i rez. 16 no.8:24-27 Ag 157. (KOA 10: 11) 1. Nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut rezinovykh I lateksafth izdeliy. (Ilastomers-Testing) (Rhoology) SOV/32-24-7-56 /65 AUTHORS: Pozin, A. A., lzrayelit, G. Sh. (deceased), Nuainov, w. TITLE: An Apparatus for Estimating the Deformability of Rubber YlIxtures (Pribor dlya otsenki deformiruyemosti rezinovykh smesey/1 PERIODICAL: Zavodskaya Laboratoriya, 1958, Vol.24, Nr 7, pp. 901, - 90' (USSR) ABSTRACT: The present methods for the investigation of the deformability do not correspond to the actual conditions of industrial pro- oessen. Thorefore an apparatus was constructed which does not have these disadvantages. It is based on the oonsistometer according to Heppler (Geppler) which is used with an ultra- thermostat maintaining automatically the temperature with an accuracy of + 0,0250 within the range o~ from I'to 1,000. The sample itsel7f represents a model press mold with the rubber mixture put into the press as a sample of a certain size; then it is deformed at a constant specific pressure. The sample is brought to the temperature desired within five minutes before the pressure sets inj in the determination the data on the shrinkage of the sample indicated by an instrument are read Card 1/2 every five seconds within the first minute, and then every SOV/32-24-7-56 '65 Apparatus for Estimating the Deformability of Rubber Mixtures thirty seconds. The results of this experiment are graphically represented as function of the piston travel Ys. the time of observation. The values obtained from observations at a distance of 5 see (T511) may be taken as criterion of the flowing. The diagram of every rubber mixture is determined ac- cording to the data obtained from five samples; the error in- creases with the "flow rate", however, it is not greater than 1 6,5~) as a maximum. The plotting of the flow curve can be automatized by simple adaptions. There are 2 figures. ASSOCIATION: Nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut rezinovykh i latekanykh izdeliy (Soientific Research Institute for Rubber and Latex Products) Card 212 NUSINOV. M.D., inzh.; POZIN. A.A.. kand. tekhn. nauk; MAYZZLI, M.M.. doktor tekhn. nauk, prof. filling of ring press molds with a rubber mixture under constant and variable high pressure. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; tekh. leg. prom. no.4:69-84 '59. (MIRA 13:2) 1.14ookovskiy takhnologichaskly institut legkoy promyshlennosti, Re- komendovana kafedroy oborudovaniya i avtomatizatsii takhnologicheakikh protseseov. (Rubber) S/ 138/59/000/011/007/011 A051 A029 AUTHORSt 'Usinovi M. D.; Pozin, A. A.; Gallchenko, G. 1. TITLE: The Determination of Some Mechanical Characteristic of Rubber Mixtures, Using the Rotational Elastoviscosimeter PERIODICALz Kauchuk i Rezina, 1959, No. 11, PP. 35-39. TEXT: An instrument and method for determining the mechanical proper- ties of rubber mixtures under conditions of a uniform shear at various temperatures and three conditions of deformat'on were developed. The mechan-/ 14 ical properties of each type of deformationWwere determined by applying the linear theory of deformation and, in particular, the method of the mechani- cal moduli (Rers.1-3). Formula 1 is the equation for the sum deformation, consisting of the elastic instantaneous deformation, the elastic-delayed deformation and the plastic deformation. In addition to the general linear theory, the authors also make use of the model method, according to Refs. 4-9, with the general equation given in Formula 2. Figure 2 shows the relationship of the sum deformation to the time element, in the case of the shear deformation modulus. Formulae 5-7 are the equations of the component rard 1/4 3113 59/000/011/007/011 A051YA029 The Determination of Some Mechanical Characteristics of Rubber Mixtures, Using the Rotational Elastoviscosimeter types of deformation, listed above, respectively. The authors use these formulae and Figure 2 to determine the mechanical characteristics of the material, which are: G - the shear modulus of the delayed elasticity, in dyne/cm2, G2 - the inslantaneous elastic shear modulus, in d5ne/cm2, 'T the viscosity of the delayed2elasticity, in dyne-sec/cm '-9-2 - the pqa-tic viscosity, in dyne-eec/cm , t - the time of the tension action a (deformation), in see. It is simplest to use the conditions of constant tension for determining the mechanical properties of the rubber. It is also stated that the given Formulae (No. 1-7) are only valid at constant temperatures. Formula 8 is given for calculating the temperature dependence of the plastic viscosity. Formula 9 shows that with an increase in the temperature the plastic viscosity of the material decreases. The experi- mental methods are outlined in detail and a photographic illustration of the instrument used is given in Figure 3 with a diagrammatic sketch of its component parts. Each part is described in detail and the functioning principle of the instrument is explained. The tests are conducted at con- stant temperature, determined by an ultrathermostat. The computed results Card 2/4 3/138/59/000/011/007/011 A051/AO29 The Determination of Some Mechanical Characteristics of Rubber Mixtures, Using the Rotational Elastoviecosimeter along the two branches were /found to coincide completely. The following high-filled rubber mixture0'were tested (in weight parts):CKS-60 (SKB-60) 125 lamp carbon black, 25 vaseloe oil;6K(_-30A (SKS-30A) 180 jet carbon black, 90 polydienes; CK 0 (SKI)W1 17 jet carbon black, 40-0 vaseline oil. Sulfur was excluded to efl-m-inate the effect of the scorching in the mix- tures. As a result of the experimental procedure it was shown that there is a relationship between the elastic-viscous characteristics for the three rubber mixtureq and the2value of the shear tension within a range of 0.0765- ,106 - 0.238-10b dyne/cm at a temperature of 700C. This indicates that in the test range of deformation and shear tensions the tested rubber mixtures are linear elastic-viscous materials, the behavior of which can be simu- lated by u4ing a four-element mechanical model. It was also found that for the SKB-60!based rubber mixture the plastic viscosity coefficient '~2 and the shear modulus of the delayed-elastic shear G 1 decrease with an in- crease in the temperature. There are 2 diagrams, 1 oscillogram, 5 graphs, 1 table, 9 formulas and 15 referencest 12 Soviet, 2 English, 1 French. Card 3/4 S/138/59/000/011/007/01, A051/A029 The Determination of Some Mechanical Characteristics of Rubber Mixtures, Using the Rotational Elastoviscosimeter ASSOCIATIONs Nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut rezinovoy i lateksnykh izdeliy (Scientific Research Institute of the Rubber and Latex Products Industry) -- Card 4/4 ---------- fig Pj *13 Ell If AT Ali 84294 ou 2105 S/138/60/000/005/006,/C.'2 A051/AO29 AUTHORSs Nusinov, M.D., Pozin, A.A., Ospovat, R.I., Illin, N.S./ P TITLE: On the Relationship Between the Filling of aCKS(SKB)-Based Rubber Mixture and its Elastic-Viscous Character-i-stics PERIODICAL: Kauchuk i Rezina, 1960, No- 5, pp. 21 - 23 TEXT: Carb n black and the softener have the greatest effect on the elastic-viscousycharacteristics of a rubber mixture due to the higher specific gravity in the volumetric or weight content of the mixture. It was shown (Refs. 1 and 2) that an increase in the degree of filling of the rubber mixture with carbon black4ecreases the plastic properties of the mixture, and an increase in the softener content leads to an increase in these properties. The changes of each characteristic at different degrees of filling with carbon black and softeners are observed. The behavior of the mixtures in deformations can be predicted based on the data of the changes. The laboratory method for the observations is described (Ref, 4). The total deformation obtained in the testing can be divided into elastic and viscous components, from which the elastic or the viscous propertioF Card 1/3 8h294 s/138/6o/ooo/oo5/oo6/o12 A051/AO29 On the Relationship Between the Filling of aCKE3(SKB)-Bas*d Rubber Mixture and its Elastic-Viscous Characteristics can be determined (Ref- 5). Figure 1 is the graphical outline of the ex- periment. The formulae which were used for the computations are given (Formulae 1 - 7). A highly-filled commercial mixture with a SKB-60 base was chosen as the object of the investigation. As a result of the experi- mental data obtained several conclusions were drawn: with an increase in the carbon black dosage the characteristic indices increase and with an increase in the softener dosage they decrease. The intensity of the change of the various characteristics varies with an increase in the degree of filling in the mixtures. The plastic viscosityq 2 and the standard of in- stantaneous elasticity G2 change most significantly. Both are associated with the intermolecular interaction . The characteristics of the lagging elastic deformation change only slightly in this case. Since the lagging elastic deformation is determined mostly by the elastic properties of the rubber molecule and the individual links and an increase in the degree of filling does not change the rubber substan6e itself, the value of the characteristic of the lagging elastic deformation changes with it~ This fact can be utilized in developing a new method of high-speed control of Card 2/3 6094 S/136/60/000/005/006/017, A051/AO29 On the Relationship Between the Filling of aCK[3 (SKB) -Based Rubber Mixture and its Elastic-Viscous Characteristics the technological properties under industrial conditions, viz. tho control of the G2 standard by ultrasound. On the other hand, with an increase in the degree of the filling with active gaseous carbon black, the standard increases significantly, and the viscosity of the lagging elasticity in- creases correspondingly. Similar results were obtained for rubber mixturoo based on various rubbers (Refs. 7 and 8), In this case the presence of an interaction (in the non-vulcanized state) between the filler and the rubber substance is assumed, which leads to an increase in the numeric values of the characteristics of "high-elastic" deformation. There are 4 sets of figures and 8 references: 6 Soviet, 1 English and 1 German. ASSOCIATIONs Nauchno-issladovatellskiy institut rezinovykhi latekanykh iz- deliy i Moskovskiy institut tonkoy khimicheakoy tekhnologii im. M.V. Lomonosova (Scientific Research Institute of Rubber and Latex Products and the Moscow Institute of Pine Chemical - Technology imeni M.V. LomonosovT_ Card 3/3 S/138/60/000/008/008/C!5 A0511/AO29 AUTHORS: Nusinov, M.D.; Ivanov, B.I.; Mazina, G.R.; Chernaya, V-V-; Pozl'n TITLE: The Application of Electric Contact Transmitters for Measuring Large Deformations of Latex Films PERIODICAL: Kauchuk i Rezina, 1960, No. 8, PP. 35 - 37 TEXT: Latex balloons widely used in atmosphere probing frequently undergo premature deformations when being elevated to a given height, probably due tc. an uneven distribution of the deformations at different areas of their surfaces. investigation of the deformations in the different areas of the latex balloon wa5 undertaken, adopting experimental conditions close to those encountered in the performance of the balloons, i.e., low temperatures and electrical discharges. The authors overcame the usual difficulties of measuring deformations of large magnitudes, especiKly under the given conditions of low temperature and of 7urved object, by using transmitters of the electric contact type in a thermobaro-chamber. Measurements were made at different parts of the surface of the balloon (in the equatorial and meridional directions). The rheochord transmitter could not be us- ed in view of the changing temperature. The transmitter showings were recorded on caL-d-i/4 S/138/60/000/008/008/015 A051/AO29 The Application of Electrio Contact Transmitters for Measuring Large Deformations of Latex Films a photographic tape at a distance, using a magnetic-electrical oscillograph o~ the #1110 -2 (MPO-2) type. Figure I is a diagram of the eleotric contact transmitto-r used by the authors, and Figure 2 is a circuit diagram of the transm1ttogr's con- nection. The transmitter has the following design; Two supporting prisms (2) 1-1 5X 5x 5 mm made of plexiglas are fastened onto the balloon surface (1), using compensation latex films (3). The No. 88 glue is used for fastening the pri3ms and the latex films to the balloon's surface. The prisms serve as contacts for connecting the outlets which join the transmitter to the electrictal measuring cir- cuit. The compensation films prevent the occurrance of local voltages concentrq-.-- ing in the balloon's film during expansion, due to its slight thickness. The thick- ness of the film was 0.10 - 0.15 mm at the beginning of the measurements and a few microns at the final point. The experiments were carried out only 24 hours after the transmitters were attached to the surface of the balloon to ensLre satia- factory adhesion. Manganin was used as the material for the contact wire due to its low temperature coefficient. The distance between the supporting prisms, when fastened to the balloonts surface, was 25 mm. A description is given of the design -Cia-rd- m~^ - S/138/60/000/008/008/015 A051/AO29 The Application of Electric Contact Tronsmitters for Measuring Large Deformations of Latex Films of the current recorders, situated in the supporting prisms. As the balloon ex- pands, the supporting prisms move on opposite directions and cause periodic con- necting and disconnecting of the circuit in the transmitter and a corresponding jump of the current in the electrical circuit. A visual check is made by counting the number of tubes which light up connected in series with the oscillographts vibrator. Figure 3 is a typical oscillogram. of the transmitterfs showings. The accuracy of the counting would depend on the accuracy of division of the contact wire into various sections. Figure 3 shows that the rate of deformation is vari- able at different periods of time. This fact is taken into account wrhen studying the kinetics of the film's deformation under conditions close to real ones. 7he authors conclude that their method is useful in measuring large deformations, such as 500 - 600%, of non-metal materials (rubber, latex films, plastics, etc.). it is especially useful in measuring at distances under conditions similar to actual performance. There are 3 figures and 5 references: 4 Soviet and 1 English. ASSOCIATION: Nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut rezinovykh i lateksnykh izdeliy (scientific Research Institute of Rubber and Latex Articles) _S~~ 'I-RUSIROT. K.D.; POZIN. A.A.; OWOVAT, R.I.; WIN, V.S. Relation between the filling of a rubber mixture, based on butadiens- styrene rubber. and Its viscoplastic characteristics. Kauch.1 rez. 19 no.5-.?1-21 Vq 160. (MIRA 13:7) 1. Mauchno-Issledovatel'skiy instItut razinovykb I latelcanykh izdelty I Moskovskly institut tonkoy khimicheakoy takhoologil Im. K.T.Lomonosova. (Rubber, Synthetic) (Fillers) NUSINOV, M.D.; POZIN, A.A.; I-LIYZELI , M.M. Response to remarks concerning the articles of M.D. Nusinov, A.A. Pozin, M.M. Maizel'- published in the no.2, 1961 issue of the journal. Izv.vys.ucheb.zav.; tekh.leg.prom. no.5:124-129 161. (MIRA 14:12) (Rubber machinery) LEONOV, A.I., inzh.; inzh.; MAYZELI, M.M., doktor tekhn. nauk, prof . Approximation method for analyzing the filling up of a narrow circular slit with a visems elastic material. Rauch. trudy 14TILP no.24,.188--193 162. (IAIRA 16.7) 1. Kafedra avtomatiki Moskovskogo tekhnologicheskogo instituta legkoy pronqshlerinosti.. (Rheology) 0YZ4 W,SR/Chemistry - Corrosion-resistant materials FV - 1-'_Tj'jI Card 1/1 Pub 50-11/19 Author : Prozorov, A. P., Nusinov, Ya. Ye., Shmielev, I. K. Title : Antegemitof the grade ATM-1 as a substitute for lead Periodical : Khim. prom., No 2, 103-108 (39-44), Mar 1955 Abstract : Found that Antegemit ATM-1 is a satisfactory material replacing lead in the construction of pipe coolers for the cooling of hot sulfuric acid at Dlants producing this acid. Furthermore, as distinguished from steel, artigemit pipes do not show any reduction of the heat transfer coefficient with time. Eleven figures. s/o64/60/000/004/004/006 B015/B060 AUTHORS; Novakovskiy, V. M. Prozorov, A. P , Sokoloya, L,__A,_j Nusinov, Ya. Ye. Lapshina, E. F , Umnova, G. F. TITLE; Corrosion of Pipes in Monohydrate and in the Drying Room Acid of the Production of Contact Sulfuric Acid PERIODICAL: Khimioheskaya promyshlennost', 1960, No. A, Pp. 59-64 TEXT: The authors sjudied the corrosign of pipes made of steel of the types CT-10 (St-10)\4and CT-20 (St-20)V6cast iron of the type GL-15-32 Sch-15-32)\ _2T)Und Aand the stainless steel types 918"9r CELLIN XISH12t-QT (Kh18N12M2T.Pin monohydrate and in the drying room acid of the contact sulfuric acid production under industrial working conditions. The pilot plant is schematically shown in Fig. 1. The specimens were bushes with diameters of 20 mm, 38 mm, and 50 mm, and lengths between 160-250 mm. The corrosion rate of noncooled steel pipes rises linearly with the throughflow velocity and exponentially with the temperature rise of the acid, and is independent of the pipe diameter, The corrosion Card 112 Corrosion of Pipes in Monohydrate and in the 3/064/60/000/004/004/006 Drying Room Acid of the Production of Contact B015/B060 Sulfuric Acid rate of cast iron pipes is independent of the throughflow velocity of the acid, but likewise rises exponentially with temperature. Cast iron proved to be more resistant to corrosion than steel of the St types. The latter, however, can be utilized (but not for monohydrate) if the throughflow velocity of the acid through the steel cooler is up to if i - 0.5 m/sec, and the pipe wall is cooled down to 30-400C. On an intens, cation of the efficiency of the cooler special attention must be paid to an increase in heat loss by means of the cooling water. Pipes made of the two abovementioned types of stainless steels are more resistant to corrosion in monohydrate than cast iron, Ye. V. Donat, K. N. Shabalin, V. G. Levich are mentioned in the paper. There are 11 figures and 6 Soviet references. Card 2/2 NDIUKOTSKIY. W.M.; FROZOROT. A.P.; SOKOWTA. L.A.; RUSIVOT, T&.Te. LAPSHIMA. B.F.: UNWTA, G.L Corrosion of pipes in the monobqdrate and in the desiccant acid employed in the contact manufacture of sulfuric acid. Rhim.prom. no.4:323-328 Js 16o. (MINA 13:8) (Pipe-Corrosion) (Sulfuric acid) -USSR/Humn and Animl Physiology - (Norrnl and Pathological). T Blood. Blood Transfusion and Blood Substitutes. Abe Jour Ref Zhur Biol., No 4, 1959, 173114 Aut~.or Nusinova A.B._)_Chernyqhcva, L.F. II-st Title Blood Regeneratioii in Donors After Two-Time Bloodletting with Intervals of 2-3 Days. Orig Pub V sb.: Sovrem. probl. geantol. i perelivaniya krovi, Vyp. 33, M. m Medgiz, 1958, 154-156 Abstract Blood regeneration after the taking of 450 ml. of blood (two times 225 Ml. each at an interval of 2-3 days) was studied in 90 donors (D) in the 25-50 age group (10 first time, 29 with experieiice of 1-3 years, 28 - 4-5 years, 19-6-10 years and 4- over 10 years. In 52 D, the restora- tion of Hb and rif erythrocytes (E) took place by the 21-25th day; the leucogram and amount of reticuiocy- tes and thrombocytes did not change. In 32 D, regeneration Card 112 ITUSIMIA., lCh. B., Phpician IlPrincipL-3 o-,' the j~ 3luo-i Doniition 3,!~ed on ta,~ stad~~ -)' ~egenerat i )n. " Thesis for degree of "and. 1-fedic-al Scl. Su- 6 Jun 49, -Ittte ln~,zt in,,~ni 1. V. Stalin. Siunmary 2, IP -jec 52, Dissertations Presented Yor D,,~,rees-ln -3t,ienae :Lad Earineering in Moscow in IQ49, From VecheryLyaya '.',oskvrt. Jan--Oer! 1949. FMOLp Z.; SILINGER, V.; NUSL9 J.; MAM, 1. Theory of semicontinuoum cultivation applied to the yeast Torula utills. roll& microbiol 6 no.2:94403 161. (ZCA1 10: 5) L.Department of Niarobiologyp Institute of Biology# Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences and The Technical University, Prague 6. (YEAST) (TORMA UTILIS) NU30,71 I$. i. - - g 8 - -) I e~ - "Sheep Breading in the Transbaylail Reeion ,.nd Its Pro, r ss. Thesiz I r -e,-re o~ je. Agricultural Sci. Sub 7 Mar 49, 1-loscow 'Yur etnd Pelt Summary e2, 1P Dec 52, Dissertations Presented Fo- De?,rees in Science and Engineering in Moscow in 1949, From Verherrlyay-.. Moskya, JarA-)8c 1949 HUSOVS V. 1. 5742. Otkorm avinwf v so*hoxet"k~~'(MozdokAIy rayon). Ordzhonikldze, sev. oset. kn. 120,. 1954. 595. a ill. Zsm. 1.100 eka 65k. -Bibliogr: 9. 56-57 (19 nazv.) A(55-989) 636.4.084 at (47.91-5) 1( (oib-3) SO: KnUhnayap Istopis,, Vol. 1, 1955 HUSS, N.A. - -, p!~'r-z, - , ~ , 11- Blood reticulocytes in infants. Tapr. pediat. 20 no.6:47-49 Mov- Dee 1952. (GLKL 23:4) 1. Scientific Associate. 2. Of the Children's Sector (Head - Prof. U. D. Nikolayev), KWbyfjhev Solentiflo-Researoh Institute for the Care of Kother and Child (Director - Prof. 1. A. Lositakaya). f 1 7 9 ACC NR, AT6024934 (~Nlw) SOURCE CODC-s UR/2981/66/000/004/0224/0231!' AUTHORt Nuss, N.-P.; Fridlyanderp.-I.-N, ORGI none TITISI Dilatometric studies of binary alloys of the AI-Zn system SCURCE% Alyuminiyevyye splavyp no. 4, 1966. Zharoprochnyye I vyookoprochnyye splavy (Heat resistant and high-strength alloys), 224-231 TOPIC TAGS1 aluminum zinc alloy, thermal expansion ABSTRACTt 7h 4,urpose of the work was to study the linear expansion coefficient (a) of binary alloy of the Al-Zn system from 200C to the solidus temperature, to determine the pattern of variation of a In relation to the Dhase transformations taking place in the alloys of this system, and also to find out whether the law of additivity applies to the dependence of a on the chemical composition. The alloys ranged In composition from 10.4 to 89.2% Zn. Me dilatometric studies were carried out in the tramperature, range where the alloys exist in the solid state. An increase In the zinc content of the alloy was found to cause a continuous and gradual increase in a at all the temper- atures studied. A graduaD increase in the a of each alloy was observed with rising range of testing tempera as. These regularities were found to hold in the absence of phase transformations*l;dhich are associated with a large volume effect. The depen- dence of a on the alloy composition does not follow the law of additivity in any of Car I L ACC NR, AT6024934 Ithe tomporaturo ranges studied. iSUB CODE; II/ SUBM DATE& nono/ Card 2/2 Orig. art. hass 6 figures and 2 tables. ORIG REFI 002 Ij ACC NR- AR7004889 SOURCE CODE: UR/0276/66/000/009/G011/G011 AUTHOR: Nuss, N. P.; Fridlyander, I. N. TITLE: Dilatometric study of binary alloy of the system AI-Zn SOURCE: Ref. zh. Tekhnologiya mashinostroyeniya, Abs. 9G77 REF SOURCE: Sb. Alyumin. splavy. M., Metallurgiya, vyp. 4, 1966, 224-231 TOPIC TAGS: binary alloy, alloy system, aluminum alloy, dilatometric study, zinc alloy ABSTRACT: A determination of the coefficient of linear expansion re of alloys in the AI-Zn system was carried out in the 20-500 C range on samples 60 mm in diameter and 900 mm in length, using a laboratory set up for the semicontinuous casting. It was determined that cr increases gradually in all temperature intervals when the Zn content in the alloy is increased; by raising the temperature range in testing, an increase of a is observed (with no phase transformation) -L' the dependence of a on the composition of alloys does not appear to be additive. The original article has 6 figures and a bibliography of 2 reference items. Ye. Borisov. [Translation of abstract) [AM] ~1 CODE: 13, 11/ carju UDC: 669,71515 01 top i.0 at. 'o'f, Too '641 .00 iie #1 7111~" 00 00 -90 L Avindermil4all Itf Affe'll.. In '.-gs 00 Vo Vo *0 *0 Z 0t ota .3 -too 00 to 0 -00 4i6q* -ioi i1vot too too too foluej .44P dk. -IL41, 'w tap, Ib S/762/61/000/000/006/029 AUTHORS; Savitakiy, Ye. M., Livanov, V. A., Nuss.-P-A., Burkhanov, K. S., Musatov, M -I., Simanchuk, A.D. TITLE- Alloys of titanium with rare-earth metals. SOURCE: Titan v promyshlennosti; sbornik statey. Ed. by S.G. GlaZUnov. Moscow, 1961, 85-89. TEXT: The paper reports the results of phase-diagram (PD) determinations and mechanical tests (beginning in 1959) at the Institute of Metallurgy, AS USSR, of Ti alloys with the rare-earth metals (REM) lanthanum (La), cerium (Cc), neodymi- um (Nd), and Yttrium (Y), all of which serve as stabilizers of the Ti a phase. The alloys are all characterized by a pe rite ctoid-type PD. In the Ti corner of ternary Ti-Al-La and Ti-Al-Ce it was shown that increased Al content reduced the solubility of La. and Cc (at 6001C, with 51/o Al. Ce solubility < 0.1%). Tests on the effect of REM additions on the high-temperature characteristics (HTC) of Ti alloys were per- formed on the two-phase cL+p allol BT3-1 (VT3-1) and the BT5-1 (VT5- 1) single- phase a-Ti solid solution (SS). The effect of Ce, Mischmetal (MM), and C-20 on VT3-1 were determined with 0.001, 0.01, and 0.11/6 Ge; 0.2% MM, and 0.01 an~3 0.176 Ce2O The effect of 0.116 Ce alone was determined on VT5-1. Cc and MM were introau,ced in the form of Al-Ge and AI-M.M ligatures. Microadditions (0.001- 0.0176) of Cc increased the tensile strength of Ti alloys at 500-6000 by 25-301/o with- Card I /Z Alloys of titanium with rare-earth metals. S/762/61/000/000/006/029 out impairing its ductility. An addition of 0.276 MM increased the tensile strengt?. of the Ti alloy by as much as did 0.0176 Ce, but with an appreciable loss in ductility. Even 0.1% Ce did not lead to the formation of any new phase; no change in room- temperature (RT) characteristics was noted, and the improved HTC cannot be ex- plained theoretically. Microadditions of Ce?03 improve the HT tensile strength of the Ti alloy tested by 20-30%, but with some loss in ductility. Passing reference is made to Grant' s tests (USA; no detail given) on the hardening- phase formation of a refractory Ce-oxide segregation from the solid solution. All REM additions im- proved the stress-rupture HTC of VT3-1: At 5000C and 40 kg/mm2, VT3-1 - 20 hrs, with 0.276 MM - 150 hrs, with 0.176 Ce203 - 125 hrs, with 0.01% Ce?03 - 180 hrs, with 0.00 1% Ce - 77 hrs. The guarantee period for this alloy, according to Engineering Specs, is 50 hrs. The work on the effect of on the HTC of Ti alloys continues. Verification of the favorable effect of Ce on the modulus of elasticity of Ti requires additional work. Addition of 0.176 Ce enhances the HT tensile strength of VT5- 1; 0. 2576 Ce less so and at a loss in ductility. Tests of microadditions (0.001 and 0.017o) of Ce to VT5-1 are recommended. In stress-rupture tests at 5000 and 30 kg/mm2, rupture of VT5-1 occurred at 130 hrs. Identical tests with VT5-1 with Ce addition produced longer, widely scattered, rupture times up to 300 hrs; the scatter is attributed to nonuniform Ce distribution in the alloy. Additional tests with more uniform Ce distribution are planned to determine an optimal Ge content. There are 4 f res; no identified references. ASSOCIATION: None given. Card PAU LACHUGIN, F.S.; NUSS, P.A. Reprocessing sludge of anode-mechanical machines. Biul.tekh.-ekon. inform.Gos.nauch.-isol.inst.nauch.i tekh.inform. 16 no.6:12-13 163. (IURA 16:8) (Electric cutting machinery) -L-- 223~42-66- --- EWITija~0&(A (d~~tiwkt) IjP(r,) - --m4m,UZ& ACC NRs AT6012397 SOURCE CODE: UK/0000165/0001000/0243/(JZ46 AUTHOR: KornilovJ. 1. Woctor'of.chemical sciences; Professor); ShakhGva, K. I., -j;.Kl1mov &~A. Budberg, P. B.;Chernova, T. S.; kovao N. A, ~~ORGi. none.' T1714- som'e':'chAnical an'd',physical properties of AT13 alloy's an :SOURCE:-,Sdv'eskqh ivepo~uetallokhlmii, metalldvedeniyu L prizenentyu.titana i yego. splavovg 6.thf--,.Noyyye,lasledovanlya-titanovykh splavov (New:reie-arch on titanium, -7 -t~r-u eshchaniya.. Moscow, -v0 Mat", 1965, 243-246 dy-sov 1zd -:.TOPIC TAGS-: ti tanium,.':tltanium~'allo I n y, a uninum co taining*alloy, zirconium contain-.. ini Aloy un containing Alloy, alloy mechani solybddn cal property, alloy physical ~Property AT13-411 oy ABSTRAC'k:'~ - 'On:,.the' basis of 6pferimental data on titanium alloys gathered at the 6v4 of-thii"Ch Laborat emistry of Metallic Alloys of the institute of::Hetallurgy im. A., A. Bayk high-s.r ov'-a~,new, t ength weldable titanium alloy AT13 as- -67e~n-developeid'*- The,alloy.liquidu .9 and.solidus-temperdtures were Edun h d to be 1800 'and 1675C i iespedtiVdly. The dlloy~ structure.consis,ts mainly of the a -phase with,a~-very.i~si&Mficiht amount oVthe 0-0hasd. The d-oO transformation occurs in:, the --1050C:range;,n ot 1030 0 , her - transformation odcurs: in the 100-IOOOC range. At -~--rooax temperature..~ AT13.- a1lGy: has a-'tetidile /MM2, a yield strength (if 127-129 kg 61; _j4VqS,.Paye1. Aleksandrovich; YAMPOL'SKIY, Aron Naumovich; NAUMOV, I.I., nauchn. red.; BOGINA, S.L., red.; BOHOWEV, N.K., tekhn. red. [savings materials at construction sites] Ekonomiia ma- terialov na stroikakh. Moskva, Stroiizdat, 1964. 115 p. (MIRA 17:3)