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PODZIMKO P V.A. Further development of technological innovations. Bezop.truda. V pro.m. 5 no.10:5-6 0 161. (i,,,IPA 14: 10) 1. Predeedatell TSentrallnogo komiteta profsoyuza rabochikh metallurgicheskoy promyshlennosti. (Metallurgical plants-Technological innovations) FODZERKOP V.A. In the land of constant simshinj Metailurg 6 no.4-137-39 Ap 161. (MIRA 14:3) 1. Predsedatell TSeptrallnogo komiteta profsoyuza rabochikh metallurgicheskoy promyshlennosti. (Chile-Descriptio~ ai~A travel) 41 PODZERKO, V.A. Resolutions of the party put into practice. Metallurg 7 no.l: 1-2 Ja 62. (Yi3j. 131:1) 1. Predsedatell TSentrallnogo komiteta profsoyuza rabochikh metallurgicheskoy promyshlennosti. (Metallurgical plants) - H,DZ--R.SKIY' S. Cotton Growing Basic prcblems of met od in the goriwing of cottcn s=eds on urdrri,-.-w~ Iandl. Khlopkovodstvo no. 11, 19"''l Monthly Listof Russian Accessions, Libr8ry o Uongress, August 1952. UNCUSSIFIED 98 AUTHOR: Podzey, A.G., Loginov, V.E., and Novikov, N.N. TITLE: Attaching Thermocouple Electrodes in the Investigating Temperature Fields in Solids. (Kroplenlye elektrodov termopar pri issledovanii temperaturnogo polya.) PER.IODICAL: Stanki i Instrument, 1957, No. 1. PP-33-34 (U.S.S.R.). ABSTRACT: The attachment of fine electrodes to bulky components is best accomplished by welding. A butt welding process using a condenser discharge is described. A set of electrolytic condensers of 30 mof each are charged with a 6.3 kw and 120 V d.c. generator. The total capacity is 3000 mcf. After adjusting the required capacity the electrodes are brought together by hand. Grinding the electrode faces improves the cormection joint. A numerical table summarizes the recommended capacity and voltage for each combination of electrode and specimen material. ASSOCIATION: Card 1/2 AID P - 5191 Subject USSR/Engineering Card 1/1 Pub. 103 - 131424 Authors : Loginov, V. Ye., and A. V.Podzey Title : Adjustment of the amplifier for measuring deformation of loaded mechanisms. Periodical : Stan. i instr., 7, 36-37, JI 1956 Abstract The method of adjustment is described and illustrated. Two drawings and 1 graph. Institution : None Submitted : No date PODZEV, A-V-, kandidat tekhnicheskikh nauk; TAKIMOV, A-V-, inzhener. NOW Dynamics of gear grinding and Its effect on precision in usochin- Ing gear wheals. Trudy MAI no-70:44-56 '56. (MM 9:12) . (Gear cutting) PODZRY A ,~~t JJX~:,Yltdi ich; SULIMA, Andrey Mikhaylovich; FIRAGO, ,OX;SL '~~Vale'nz_n Pet- _ i~i~i t-SUKANOV, Ivan Semenovicb; ]rUINDZHI, A.A., i rov inzhener, retsanzent; STANKEVICH, Y.G.,inzhener, redaktor; BELITSKAYA, A.M.,radaktor; SHCHMBAKOV, P.V..tekhnichaskiy redaktor [Technology of building aviation engines; the processing of principal parts and units] Tekhnologiia aviadvigatelestroeniia; obrabotka osnovnykh detalei i uzlov. Pod red. A.V. Pofteia. Moskva, Goo. izd-vo obor. promyshl., 1957. 415 P. (MIRA 10:5) (Airplanes--Engines) ,2 7 /'1 AUTHORs PODZEY,A.Vl NOVIKOV,N.N., LOGINOV,V.10. 121-8-11/22 TITLEs The Determination of Heat Emitted to tne Work Piece During Surface Grinding. (opredelenip tepla, Vdel7ayemogo v detal? pri ploskom shlifovanii.) PERIODICALe Stanki i Instrument, 157, Vol. 28, Nr 81 pp-33-34 (USSR) ABSTRACTe The emission of heat from the grinding zone to the work piece depends on the thermo-physical parameters o1the materiali it is more intense in the case of high heat conductivity than in the case of low heat conductivitY, In the first case this gives rise to inaccurate measuring and the shape of the worked surface, and in the second case it causes considerable,temperature stress and structural chant-es of the surface layer. For the purpose of the exploration of internal stress and internal heat deforma- tions the determination of the thermal field in the work piece is necessary which, at present, can only be brought about by means of the calorimetric method. Illustrations show such a calorimetric apparatus, which is described in detail and explained; formulae for the calculation of the work-piece are also given. The results of calorimetric experiments are eiven in a table, and another table shows the quantity of heat emitted to the work piece on the occasion of the grinding-off of I mm3 of metal Card 1/2 and for various grinding depths. 121-8-11/22 The Determination of Heat Emitted to the Work Piece During Surface Grinding. ASSOCIATIQNS Not JiVen 1IRSSENTEOD BY # SUB91TTEDs AVAILABLEt Library of Congress Card 2/2 0 ~ '- " ,, J-v~), ~ I ~ r 1 o ~-- , 1 4 PODZEY, A.V.; NOVIKOV, X.N.; LDGINOV, V.Ye. ..P~ Temperature field in metals subjected to surface grinding. Stan. i iustr. 28 no.10:16-17 0 157. (KORA 10:11) (Grinding and polishing) (Heat transmission) PODZEY, A.V.; IDGIROV, V.Ye.; MVIKOV, N-N- Measuring residual stresses by strain gauges. Stam.i instr. 29 no.6:25-27 Je '58- (MIR& 11--7) (Strain gauges) (Strains and stresses-Yeasurement) PODZEY, A.V.; SJMRFNNIKOV, O.Z. I- I Determining residual stresses in shafts subjected to sudden cooling. Stan.1 Inotr. 29 no.12:18-20 3) 158. (MRA 11:12) (Thermal stresses) (Sbafting) PODZAY, A.V.; UMRBITHIKOV, G.Z. Calculating residual thermal plain shafts. Rauch. dokl.v.vs.ahkoly; mash. i prib. no.1:171-181 '59. (MIRA 12:8) % 1. Statlya predstavlena kafedroy "Proizvodetvo aviadvigateley" Hoskovskogo aviatsionnogo inatituta. (Thermal stresses) ](919060 80493 18, SWO S/121/59/"/J.1/604/005 AUTHOR: Podzey. AN. TITIE- Investigating Residual Mres~seDuring Grinding Operations by Way of Thermal Simulation PERIODICAL: Stanki i Instrument, 1959, No 11, pp 39 - 40 TEXT: The author describes tests which were carried out in order to investigate the formation of residual stresses during grinding operaV~cns. The tests were carried out by way of thermal simulation, with the aid of HF-current heating, of the temperature field existing during the'grinding process. Formerly it was established [Ref 1] that the temperature field oi' an article ground without cooling can be expressed by the N.N. Rykalin equation like this. '0 - T(Y"r) Ir C A e (1~a~ , where T (Y' 'r) is the temperature at the point of the article with the coordinate y 2at the moment 'r in OC; q is the intenBity of the heating source in cal/cm ; a is the card 1/4 80493 S/121/59/000/11/Wk/005 Investigating Residual Stresses During Grinding Operations by Way of Thermal Simulation coefficient of temperature conductivity of the machined part in cm2/sec; % is the coefficient of heat conductivity in cal/cm.see.degrees; c is the coefficient of thermal capacity in cal/; r is the specific gravity in g/cm3. Based on the data given in the article by A.V. Podzey, N.N. Novikov, V.Ye. Loginov, in the periodical "Stanki i Instrument", No 10, 1957, Figure 6, this equation can be used for the analytical calculation of temperature fields in the ground metal, consequently it can also be applied in the case of thermal simulation. The author states the equation for the magnitude of q for circular external grinding operations, the total amount of heat Q and the component of the cutting force Pz, found on the basis of the formula of Professor Ye.N. Maslov [Ref 41. He refers to Ref 5 where data on the distribution of heat between the article Qa, the disk and the chip Qch are given, and gives a derivation of the Isayev and in Formula [Ref 5] in order to determine the coefficient k. The therm&l simulation of the grinding process was effected on an installation of 6OkW with a frequency of 250 kc, with ring-shaped specimens and with the Card 2/4 80493 S/121/59/000/11/004/005 Investigating Residuall Stresses During Grinding Operations by Way of Ther-mal Silumation aid of a standard cylindrical inductor. The specimen dimensions were selected as a result of extensive tests and had the following magnivade; Dext ~ 85 mm, dint - 65 mm, wall thickness h = 3 -.' 5 mm. Figure 1 shows the heating device. The temperature variations in the course of time were recorded by a MPO-2 oscillograph. Figure 2 shows the curves of!tempera-ture variations during the grinding process and for the IT-current heating of 38KhA grade steel. Moreover, tests were carried out to obtain the curves of temperature variations for the grinding with sodium carbonate water cooling and for repeated cutting operations. *An X-ray analysis of the specimen surface after grinding and !Fr- current heating did not reveal any recrystallization phenomena. Th all the cases mentioned, the determination of residual stresses: was effected in the surface layer of the metal according to the N.N. Davidemkov method [Refs 8 and 9]. The results of these tests are shown in Figure 3. Figure 4 shows the results of measurements which were carried out in order to study the causes of hardness variations of the surface layer after grindLng operations. 11he author draws the following conclusions. 2) A thermal simulation of a Cutt-ing Process card 3/4 80493 S/121/59/000/11/004/005 Investigating Residual Stresses During Grinding Operations by Way of Thermal Simulation can be effected by way of HF-current heating of the metal. 2) The temperature field during the HF-current heating and during the cutting process can be satisfactorily described by an equation for a single thermic cycle. 3) The curves of residual stresses after grinding and aft-er HF-current heating show a fully satisfactory coincidence. This proves that the basic factor in the origination of residual stresses during the grinding of steel is the localized heating. VY Four graphs, 9 Soviet references. Card 4/4 PODZZY, A.V.; IDGINDV, V.Te4 IVVIKOV, N.N. Measuring cutting forces with strain gauges. BtanA instr. 30 no-3: 24-25 Mr '59. (MIRA 120) (Strain gauges) (Metal cutting) PODZEY, A.V.; LOGINOV, V-ye.; NOVIKOV. N.N. Calibration device for strain gaugss. Stan.1 instr. 30 no.4:24 , Ap '59. (strain gaugna) (Calibration) OURA :L2:6) I/!! KISHKIN, S.T., doktor tekhn.nauk- POZET, A.V., kand.tekhn.nauk; _' I URTAKINA, N.V., kELnd.tek n; ha _~~~O, V.V., kand.tek nauk. LOGINOT, Y-Te., inzh., GRIBOVSKI, L., inzh. Investigating the quality of the.surface layer on ramjet, gas- turbine blades. Trudy XH no.1231.1?6-89 160. (MIRA 13:8) (Airplanes--Ramjet engines) (Gas turbines-Blades) (Sarface hardening) AUTHOR. Podzey, A. V., TITLE: Determination of during.grinding 259f4 S/535/60/000/129/002/oo6 E032/E514 Cand, of Technical Sciences the erature field in components PERIODICAL: Moscow. Aviatsionnyy institut. Trudy, No.129, 196o. Issledovaniye fizikomekhanicheskikh i ekspluatatsionnykh avoystv detaley posle obrabotki, pp.42-55 TEM In previous papers (Ref.1; Stanki i instrument, 1959, No.11; 1~ef.2% Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy, Mashino- atroyeniye, 1959, No.8) the author showed that localised heating during grinding in largely responsible for residual stresses in components. It follows that if the temperature d1st'ribution in the material is known, one can calculate the stresses and hence select working conditions which would minimise these stresses. The experimental determination of the temperature field is an exceed- ingly difficult problem and hence analytical methods are of major interest. Work carried out at the Moskovskiy aviatsionnXyinstitut (Moscow Aviation Institute) by I. A. Morozov (Ref.3! Trudy MAI, No.70, Oborongiz, 1956), A. 1. Isayev and S. S. Silin (Ref.4z Card 1/ 6 25964 Determination of the temperature ... S/535/60/000/129/002/006 E032/E514 Vestnik mashinostroyeniya,,--1957. No.5) and others has led to a method for calculating the-'temperature fields in semi-infinite bodies not subjected to cooiing. However7 in practice it is frequently necessary to deal with thin walled components using lubricating-pooling fluids. From a practical point of view the following three jases are of particular importancei 1) temperature field in thick walled components not subjected to cooling during grinding; 2) temperature field in thick walled components subjected to cooling during grinding; 3) temperature field in thin walled components subjected to coolinz.. including effects associated with the periodic repetition of the thermal cycles, The present author describes a method whereby these calculationg can be carried out. The solutions obtained have been checked experiment- ally. It is known that the temperature field produced during grinding of thick walled compon6nts 'not subjected to cooling can be described by T(y,T) exp (_ y2 hy XcYT 4aT Card 2/6 25964 Determination of the temperature ... S/535/60/000/129/002/006 E032/E514 where V; temperature at the point whose coordinate is time q inte~.~ity of the heat source, Conductivity, c specific heat, specific weight, a X/cy - the temperature diffusivity. This expression was.derived by N. N. Novikov (p.5 of the present issue), N. N. Rykalin (Ref.6: Calculation of Thermal Processes Occurring During Welding, Mashgiz, 1951) and the preserit author et al. (Ref.5: Stanki i instrument, 1957, No.10). This formuld holds for a semi-infinite body heated by,a fast moving linear heat source. Experimental results ihowed that this equation holds for components thicker than 5-6 mm. A. V. Ly4ov (Ref.8: "Heat transfer' theory". Gostekhizdat. 1952) has shown that the temperature distribution in the case of a semi-.:infinite body, subjected to cooling at the same surface atwhich the instantaneous heat source acts, is given by Card 3/6 25964 Determination of the temperature ... S/535/6o/000/129/002/oo6 E032/E514. T (Y. 4ar X 4 + a-.L e TC V, where. b q/cy, a in the emissivity an~ erfe(u) I erf u. As-in the previbu.~'case, the quantity q' c&n be determined calorimetrically or by calculation. Finally, in the case of' a thin walled component subjected to cooling (thickness less than 5 mm). the,solutlon ciknno.t be found in a closed form and must be expressed as a series. The problem can be reduced to the solution* of the Fourier heat transfer equation _T 2 a V T subject to the following initial and boundary:conditions::; 1) 0, T = 0; 2) y = .0,, DT/ay - aTA = 0 and 3) Y 3T/2,7y 0 (adiabAtic boundary). The general solution has been obtained by A. V. Lykov (Ref.8) and in of the form Card 4/6 25964 D~termination of the temperature ... S/535/6o/000/129/1D02/oo6 r,032/E514 26 Twl= PA -COs 1L, Cos 2 )exp(- va + sin p. cos p. 72 where b cy, a ILn f(Bi,n), Bi lin B i c t g Tin It was found that the experimental results cikn be made to agree with the calculatians to within 15-20yo. Fig.8 shows the residual, stresses, a (kg/mm ) in the surface layer of a gr6und component. (E1437A)) as a function of,depth, *h (-~O. Curve I was obtained without cooling, curve 2 with ordinary cooling and curve 3 with'a cooling Jet. It follows from these curves that it is essential to apply cooling in order -io reduce'the depth of' penetration of high residual stresses during the grinding process. The more intensive the cooling the smaller the penetration. Card 5/6 25968 I'l ~49-00 S/535/6o/ooo/129/oo6/006 2073/9535 AUTHORo Podzoy, A-V-. Candidate of Technical Sciences TITLE: investigation of the residual stresses in components subjected to grinding PERIODICAL: Moscow. Aviatsionnyy institut. Trudy. No.i2q, ig6o. Issledovaniye fizikomekhanicheskikh i ekspluatatsionnykh svoystv detaley posle obrabotki, pp.112-141 TEXTt Experimental investigation alone does not permit full study of the process of generation of residual stresses and elucidating the value of one or another of the machining parameterL Analytical investigation requires studying the mecnanism or formation of residual stresses. L. A. Glikman et al. ( Doctor Dissertation, LPI im. Kalinina, 1947; Ref.2s Zhurnal tekhnichoskoy fiziki, Vol.19, NoA, 1949) believe that the predominating factor in the formation of grinding stresses is the thermal process of cutting, i.e. that the stresses arise as a result of localized heating of the surface being machined. The author of this paper fully agrees with this view. However, for analytical investigation it is first necessary to confirm this Card 1/9 25968 Investigation of the residual ... S/535/60/000/129/006/006 E073/E535 hypothesis and to study the thermal phenomena in the component during the process of grinding. In the first instance it was necessary to solve the problem of the temperature fields which would permit thermal simulation of the process of grinding and then, if the results of this thermal simulation are positive, it is necessary to analyze the stress state. In other work of the author it was shown that, with certain assumptions, the tempera- ture field during grinding without cooling can be described for the came of thin walled components by means of q r T(Y'T) ~Tr %cyr exp L J where T (y,T)- temperature of a point of the component at a depth y at the instant T; 2 q - intensity of the thermal source, cal/cm k - coefficient of thermal conductivity, cal/cm-sec; c - specific heat, cal/g;-d1g; y specific gravity, g/cm ; 2 Card 2/9 a coefficient of thermal diffusivity, X/cy )cm see. 25968 Investigation of the residual ... S/535/60/000/129/oo6/oo6 E073/E535 This equation was derived by Corresponding Member AS USSR N. N. Rykalin (Rof-5: $'Calculation of thermal processes during welding", Mashgiz, 1951). Experimental results published by N.'N. Novikov (P-5 of this issue) have shown that the intensity of the heat source during grinding decreases with increasing speed of the component, decreasing depth of cut t and by using oil emulsions and oil as cutting fluids and also by applying soft grinding wheels. The thermal simulation of grinding was by means of high frequency heating and was based on the following ideat if the temperature fields in the ground component and the analogue, heated by high frequency currents, are equal and the epures of the distribution of the residual stresses in these coincide, this can be taken as a valid conclusion that the thermal factor is the dominant one. Numerous experiments carried oututh high frequency equipment provided confirmation of this hypothesis and thus enabled elucidating the mechanism of the stress formation. Before carrying out the analysis, the authors were interested to elucidate the difference in the distribution of the residual stresses-during grinding and during vibro-contact polishing, still assuming that Card 3/9 25968 Investigation of the residual S/535/60/000/129/oo6/oo6 E073/E535 the influence of heat is predominant. During grinding, the temperature gradients are very high and at the surface the temperature approaches the melting point, whilst at a depth of 0.3 to 1 mm it in near to the initial temperature of the component. In polishing, the temperature in the surface layer in not high. First, a qualitative assessment is made of the conditions pertain- ing to grinding and polishing. Then it is stated that the quantitative aspects of the problem can be el-Acidated by analytical 15 olution, which can be reduced to determining the thermal stresses on the basis of the real temperature field in the body of the component. The author considers only type I stresses, which equalize ill7area commensurate with the size of the component. Types II and III stresses and also stresses associated with structural phase transformations are not considered. It is pointed out that the stress state is also affected by the way in which the component is clamped (chucked) during machining. Only two cases are considered, which differ in the way the forces are applied, Figs. 2 and 3. These conditions are extremal of the multitude of conditions encountered in practical work. In addition, Card 4/9 25968 Investigation of the residual ... S/535/60/000/129/oo6/oo6 2073/E535 during analytical solution of the problem, the stress state after machining but before taking the component out of the chuck is considered. In all the solutions considered, it in assumed that the temperature W~stribution obeys Eq.(I), i.e. the conditions which are valid for a semi-infinite body without intensive heat removal. This enabled simplifving the problem which is pif ible, since the study in limited to analyzing the straw staig 0/ is made to present an accurate method Of C&lCUIaLIVIL. ^ concrete problem in considered using basic relations originally published by A. A. Illyushin in his book "Plasticity", Gostekhizdat, 1948. The problem is formulated as followas plates of a thickness d are ground on their free surface. Initially, the plate and the clamping device have the same temperature. During the entire process of grinding the plate is prevented from bending. The effect of the grinding wheel is approximated by the effect of an instantaneous source of heat which is equally distributed along the free surface. The thermal properties of the component and of the clamping device will be assumed as being equal and not depending on the temperature. The temperature is reckoned from Card 5/9 25968 Investigation of the residual S/535/60/000/129/006/oo6 9073/E535 the initial temperature and its distribution as a function of time obeys Eq.(I). On the basis of these assumptions, the free thermal expansion of each layer and the thermoplastic strain are calculated. Depending on the conditions of clamping the component, two cases are distinguished - 1) during heating the component cannot expand in the x and z directions, Fig.2; 2) the deformation of the component being ground is in no way constrained, Fig.3. The author also investigates the conditions pertaining at the edges of thin walled components (for instance, turbine and compressor blades) by analysing the stress conditions during grinding in thin plates of a shape as shown in Fig.16. The analytically arrived at results are compared with experimental data published in an earlier paper of the author and his team (RefAt Stanki I instrument, No.8, 1957) and it is stated that the calculated results are in good agreement with the experimental ones. The following conclusions are arrived ata 1. The magnitude and depth of propagation of the residual stresses are directly proportional to the intensity of the heat source q, the coefficient of linear expansion ap, the modulus of elasticity Card 6A -25968 Investigation of the residual ... S/535 60/000/129/006/006 E073/E535 R, and im inveridely proportional to 'the specific heat y and ,the yield point a 0.2 of the material. The technologist can'only influence-the value of q, which depe~ids on the grinding conditions. 2. The level of the residual stresses can be reduced if'grinaing is effected at high speeds of the component, applying ;maller depths of cut t and using lubricating and cooling cutting fluids which permit-better heat removal and reduce friction. Better results could be obtained by using softer grinding wheels with 60 to 80 grain size. 3. The clamping of the component during grinding has a great influence on the distribution of the residual stresses. The*secdnd ~method of clamping (Fig.3 - deformation not constrained) ensures a better distribution of the residual stresses than the first one (Fig. 2 - deformation Is -constrained in the direction x and z)'. The jig design should be such that it should allow as far,69 possible thermal expan'sion in the major directions 4. Analysis shows that harmful-residual streises cannot be avoided if phase transformations, the influence of surface roughness and Card 7/9 _,O 25968' Investigation of the residual s/535/60/000/129/oo6/oo6 EOWZ5~5_ the block mosaics are not takeri into consideration. Howeyer', residual tensile stresses will occur in all cases. 5. Control of the residual stresses to comply with the requirements of practical opeeation cannot be a'ttained without introducing additional,operations into the manufacturing-process. There are 17 figures, 1 table and 13 soviet references. SO - Fig.2 z P. Az Y Card 32hOl 5/535/61/000/140/GOI/006 L D,,.)40/D3O4 AUTHORS: Podz and Serebrennikov, G.Z., Candidates Technical Sciences TITLE: Control of residual stresses by heating components with subsequent quick cooling SOURCE: Moscow. Aviatsionnyy institut. Trudy, no. 140. Tekh- nologicheskiye metody povysheniya kachestva detaley i uzlov aviadvigateley, 1961, 5-15 TEXT: After a review of previous theoretical and experimental results, the authors consider the problem of the heat regime. It is assumed that after grinding 1) the radial stresses are negligible, 2) the axial stresses are nearly equal to the tangential stresses; moreover, 1) the coefficient of linear expansion remains constant during heating and cooling, 2) the mean integral value (over the cross section) of the elasto-plastic components of the axial deformations is equal to 0. 3) elastic incompressibility of the material is assumed. The authors Card 1/2 3201 S/535/61/000/140/001/006 Control of residual ... D240/D304 obtain the following scheme; 1) For given conditions of cooling one finds the heat transfer coefficient in a reference book, 2) the value of Biotts criterion is determined with the aid of the above coefficient, 3) maximum design deformation is found for the required value of Biot's criterion from a graph given by the authors (design deformations are defined as the differences of complete yield deformations and the plastic components of the deformations due to previous-stages of loading), 4) maximum intensity of design deformations at the surface is determined from a formula given by the authors, 5) for certain points, the maximum plastic component of design deformat-ion intensity is determined, 6) re- sultant magnitude of residual stresses is calculated. When the heat transfer coefficient varies, different.values of residual stress are obtained. Experimental verification of this method was made on eight specimens; two were only ground, two were ground and heated to 7000C, with quick cooling in a 10% solution of NaCl, two were cooled and then ground and the last two were left in the initial state. A graph of the results is given. There are 5 figures and 7 references, 6 Soviet-bloc and I non-Soviet-bloc. The reference to the English-language publication reads as follows: H.R. Letner and A.B. Sauvageot, Metal Progress, 72, Card 2/2 no. 3, (1957). 4 (v)/EPF(c)/94P'o)/94A(d)/WP(v)/F,4P(J)/T/gqp(t)/ L 4V1-65 F47T(d)/EWT(m)/Ee Wpt)-) /EP-A(b'-b)-2/EUP(b) /3 WP (1) hWA( h)"IFWA ( c1, /Th-1-0 (f ) /F-PF(n)-2 Pc-4/Pf---4/Pr-4/'Peb 1g., '%J3 r-v; ACCE BIT) KEYPLOI SSTON hT Am5oc)M7 'TAT _P.v t~ n a , M, 1. (Docent); Hcrozov. 1. A. (Docent)j Fqdz~ffj_A. V. (Professor,i, bo-A~ -o'-f Technical Sciences); SulLma -A. M. (Doceni)=f-tiTlij~in`;~, f. S. (Docent) Production of basic parts and units of aircraft angLnes (Izgotavlenip osnovn7kh detale7 I uzlov aviadvivateley)., Moscow,, Izd-To "Mashinoatroyeni"", 1964, h56 p. Mus., biblio. Errata slip inserted. 5,200 copies Printed. 'Series notei Tekhnologiya avladvigatelestrc.-,erdya TOPIC TAGS: aircraft engi e manufac~u~6, turbine-blade, engine compressor, plastics, nuclear progiq~ion., aircraft fuel supply, combustion chamber FURPME AND COVERAGE3 This book is a textbook for students of aviation higher educational institutions and deparUmts, it deals vith the engineering processes of fabricating parts and components of air-c-raft engines. The book considers lp teelhnical spect-ficattion Rr fabrication a r a their (jes nd mate i 1Bj tAie engineering procewes_, matbodds of executing the basic procossea. and quality control. The book vill also be useful to engineers and technicians of Un- aviaUon industry, Card C'D rd CV-01 YEV31VIGNEYE,~;* M.I., dots.; 6 Z:; ots. ; FOD a' A pro-L.; SULTMA,11.14.1 dots.; "L'SUYtAT'Ovq I.S..f dots.; ZHADIN G.F., do-Is., retsenzent; Kril red. 1E.A., inzh., .i [ I"anufacture of basic parts and units of airplane engine] izgo"%-Iovlenie osnomy1ch detalei I uzlov av-4advigatelei. [BY] M.I.Evstigneev i dr. Moskvaj, Mashincstroenie, 1964. 456 p. (MIRA 17:9) RYKALIN, N.N.; PODZEY,.A.V., d0ktor tekhn.nauk, prof.; NOVIKOV, N.N., kand.tekhn. nauk- L6dN-OV, V.Ye., inzh. Calculation and simulation of tha temperature field In a part subj6cted to grinding and milling. Vest.mashinostr. 43 no.11:74-80 N 63. (MIRA 17"2) 1. Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Rykalin). .5/795/62/000/000/001/007 -AUTHOR: Podzey, A.V. ''TITLE: Residual'stresses during grinding and their ntroh ~o SOURCE: Vysokoproizvoditellnoye shlifovaniye. Ed. by,"Ye. N. Maslov. Kom. ~o tekh. mashinostr. In-t mashinoved. AN, SSSR, Moscow, Izd-vo AN~SSR, 1962, 57-70. TEXT: The paper describes the results of an experimental investigation, J?er- formed predominantly on specimens made of the alloy 3X437A.(EI437A), a choice .4dictated by the desire to eliminate any complications of the.T-stress.pic ture .y any :!structural phase transformations with' the metal tested. The investigation vras in- in itended to determine. the degree to which grinding produces residual tensile stVesses -,'.2n the 'surface layer of a part subjected to grinding, stresses which frequently,,may -exceed the yielding strength of the materiai. Inasmuch;as these stresses ara, ;I?ri- .1 m ari y temperature -produced, the present study regards them as thermal str9sses evoked by a nonstationary T field. A comparison oftheoretical concepts withlex- 'in ~_perimental measurements shows that the stress analysis of parts, including t1i - walled, parts, is fully,valid if the equations of the T field for a semi-infinitc ~~qdy are applied, The magnitude and the depth of propagation of the residual tensile Card-1/3 'Residual stresses during rinding and their control. S/795/62/000/000/0011007 9 stress, Cr are found to be the intensity of the hea-t source, q' the 0 linear expansion coefficient, a and Young's modulus of elasticity, E,, and'~in- exp versely proportional to the volumet and the yield limit of the ric. heat capaci y, c. , material, a5 A radical approach to the problem would be to reduce the level of the residual tensile. stresses bymeans of adecrease in the intensity of the head source, q. This may be achieved practically by increasing the speed of the pa;rt, VP a reduction in the cutting depth'. t, the use of softer grinding disks with a 'rain size 60-80, and ample cooling by means.of liquids with elevated lubricating pr9per- nethod of attachment of the part to the machine base Is of ties. . It is found that, the r considerable consequence. If the attachment of the part allows a deformation C)f the -part along the principal directions, the, tensile stresses and the depth of their gation are reduced thereby. It is important to bear this consideration in mindjin the design of 'grinding machines and their accessories. . The grinding procedure as such cannot eliminate the presence of tensile stresses along the surface of a part. This can only be achieved. by the introduction of supplementary control operations, Pom- prising, fqr pxample, vibrocontact polishing, anneal, and through heating and tub--, sequent rapid cooling. Of advantage in,the de'sign of grinding machines is the de -T7 ~.velopment: of a: kinematic geometry that affords an increase in the time of contact` ibetween the -tool and the art, a provision which helps to equalize the T in the p ~:Card Z13: PODZEY L.I.- VIBOGRADOVA, V.D. Results of heterogenic transplantation of a Rous sercona in decrebrated and normal pigeons. Biul.ekop.biol.sed. 42 no-7:54-57 11 156, (KURA 9:9) 1, Is Gosudarstvennogo onkologichaskogo instituta Imeni P.A.Gartsena (Dir. - dektor meditxinekikh nauk prof. A.N.Novikov; nauchAwy ruko- Yoditell - chlen-korrespondent ANN SSSR prof. A.I.Savitakiy) Preds~tiavleha dayetvitellnym chlonom ANN SSSR N.N.Petrovym. (SARCOMA, transplantation, Rous sarcomat in decerebrated & normal pigeons (Rua)) (HROPIASMS, tr6spiantation, same) (BRAIN.Pb7siologyo, off. of decerebratloft on transplanted Rous sarcoma in pigeons (Rug)) FMZEY, L.K. Y,etastasiB of Brown-Pierce tumors transplanted into different sections of the stomachp under normal conditions and following the action of carbon tetrachloride^ the liver. Biul. eksp. biol. i mad. 51 no.6:70-73 Je 161. (14IRA 15:6) 1. Iz patofiziologicheskoy laboratorii (zav. - I.P. Tereshchenko) Gosudarstvennogo onkologicheskogo instituta imeni P.A. Gertsena, (dir. - prof. A.N. Novikov), Moskva. (STOMACH-CANCER) (LIVER-CANCER) (CARBON TETRACHLORIDE-PHYSIOLOGICAL XMCT) PODZEY, L.K. (Moskva) Metastatic spreadilng of Brown-Fraa-rce tii-ors in tz~e pre2snoe of functional changes of the liver. Pat, f",zl6l. i elksp. 1--rap. 6 no.4:76-78 JI-Ag 162. (MIRA 17:8) 1. lz patofiziologicheskoy laboratori-J. (zav. - kand. mod. nauk- I.P. Tereshchenko) Gosudarstvarinogo onkologicheskogo instituta iinen-- P..4. Gertsena (dir. - prof. A.N. Novikov). ~y I Characteristics of the couree of ',h~e male and female mice of the G57bI lino under an Increased functional stress in the liver. Pat. fiz-iol. i eksp. terap. 8 no.):66-68 S-0 IE4. (,vJRIA% 18:!2) 1. Ilatofiziologichoskaya laboratoriya (zav. - I.P.Tereshchenko) Onkologicheskogo instituta imeni P.A. Gertsena (direktor - prof. A.N.Novikov), Moskva. Submitted Februar~,- 28, 1963. PODZEY, L.K.; BOLONINA, N.I. Pretumorous changes in the liver of C57BL mice induced by ortboaminOdZOtOlUene. Vop. onk. 11 no.12:94 165. (MIRA 19-1) 1. 1z patofiziologichoskoy laboratorii (zav. - kand. med. nauk I.P. Tereshchanko) Gosudarstvennogo onkologicheskogo instituta imeni Gertsena (dlr. - prof. A.N. Novikov). ~"4r Z~ 7- the prolonged we of sle~~* 'duciug drugr on oil the process of xuetAstasius'of Droon-nerce sar"ma of ritbbits. L - K - l'kdzcl and V. 0. V V prosy Gnkoh)-~ii 1, Nu. 2. 28-32(Hj5S)__l;xpt,. vwtTa per- fuzed With bbits of 2 kg. wt. Na Luvlytal ~-)raand hexina] (LU) vicre administer( cb le I.ral hyJ,. the exptl. rabbits, tht: first thric 30 min. L~--Iurr the cUncVT tninsplant was mude. One half mi. of a satin E: suspension of Bro%r_Pkrm sarcuma was theeninjmudintratestkuhitly, intluding the controls. Thereafter the narcetWng drugs wt administered to the expiti. mbb;L.; daily up to 25-30 irc .d.)s. All aninials svt:yc then sacrificed CanctruusdevTlop~ Inimts were divided into (I) extensive, including mcUtstasm, (2) medium, (is) slijht, and (4)abzznccof tumors' T-he pro- longed udmi:nistratiou of 1, H, and M inbibiled the Functions -of the central nervous s) stem which rt=_fltcd iri an augmeatc-d' grimib o1 the B-P. sarcomas and rate of the ruvtastatic Pr land Ell were ujure potent than 11. 1B.S.L. USSR/Medicine Oncology FD-2565 Card 1/1 Pub. 17-18/23 Author Vinogradova, V. D.; Piontkovskiy, I. A.; Podzey, L. K. WWAMWNff2W0W Title Experiments in transplantation of a Brown-Pearce tumor into tongue tissue Periodical Byul. eksp. biol. i med. 5; 65-67, May 1955 Abstract Discusses and gives results of experimental transplantation of Brown-Pearce tumors into the tongue of rabbits. Photograph. No references. Institution Pathophysiology Laboratory (Head - Prof I. A. Piontkovskiy) of the State Oncology Institute imeni. P. A. Gertsen (Scientific Director Prof A. I. Savitskiy, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Medical Sciences USSR; Acting Director - V. V. Gorodilova, Kandidat of Medical Sciences) Submitted June 22, 1954 by L. A. Zillber, Member of the Academy of Medical Sciences USSR BDCHARDV, F.;. DDBU, A.;. ZAYTSEV, N. -, KALUTMKH, R.; KOYDGOWSEV, N.; EDPANITSA, Ta.; MIKHATLINED. I.; PLIUiiN, P.; 4= P.; A. - - - I itl R=V, M.; SKMMV, H.; STAMEN, A.; USEDV, W-YAll ire= Bvgaplevich Tiurin; an obituar7. Mast. ugl. 7 no.11-32 N '58. (MIRA 11: 12) (Tiurin, Yoma lvgenlevich, 1898-1958) PODZIIAROV, P., Geroy Sotsialiaticheakogo Truda Of what cons'-at miners' traditions? Mast.ugl. JO '59. 8 no.6:18-19 (AM 12:10) (coal minerR) PODZHAROVY V.K., aspirant - I Interaction of pine and perennial Iqpine root systems in joint growths. Sbor. nauch.'trud. BLTI ~K.11:77-85 158. (MIM 15:12) (pine) (Lupine) ,(Forest ecology) -0-V V, K. - Usail/Forestry, - Forest Mana,~enent. K-3 Abs Jour Ref Zlaur - Diol., No 20, 1958, 91537 Author PoLlzliarov, V.K. Inst Dolorussian Forest Technolz) ax Institute. Title IL-, Increase in the Fertility :)f Forest Soils by the Cul- tivation 5f Perennial Lupine in Pineries with Heath, Cowberry Plus Ea[;le and Bilberry Plus En~;e Fern. OriL Rfo Sb. nauchn. tr. D-,13russk. lesoteklin. in-t, 1957, vn. 10, 213-232. Abstract Experiments with the sowinE; of perennial 1upines in inter- row crops together vitli the corimn pine have been carried out at Nc[;3rel's1dy Experimental and TraininC, lesldioz (Dielorussian sm); characteristic sapples the plots im- der cultivantiou are L;iven toGether with the a&T.:)techny 3f plantine. The development of lupine was especially Card 1/2 - 23 - PODZHAPOV, v. K.: 14as er Agric Sol (diss) -- "The effect of inter-raw culti- vatidn of perennial lupine (Lupinus polyphyll'us Linal) on the productivity of pines in the Belorussian SSR". Minsk, 1958. 20 pp (Min Higher Educ, USSR, Beloruse Forestry Engineering InBt im S. M. Kirov), 150 copies (XL, no 4, 1959, 129) 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 M b a ly a b W 43 it a 4, 1~ it 11 34 to It 11 M 11 14 11 ZI 0 )d n 16 11 )% 12 k J, t) 0 t I A I A to It It AA w (t 4 t 410 At 06 PI 00 '! RaNd method for tha datermjmfj;~ Di i e0 m0 sture ill COW. T. A. Zikeev and D. A. 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WW (C Th 1l CO CO O d ere .. ucts. . j , Mnaa of o"tion pm is a change gilba in jwh pro"les am cakIrW value and A A P calring ability, Five rrferim- -00 V -3 =so C-66 o* a ZO 0 so 8 L49 0 too .9?ALLUPGK&t 1.111114tOt CLAWFICATION wema -A 141041 411 INV all J- Lit - All. - - - p , Ill as w It In U It w 0 H I ir W D "a d; 0 0 0 is 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 9 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 4, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 a 0 0 0 Is A 0 0000000 0 0 0 0 9 9 9 0 6 a's 0 6 0 * 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MUSA-ZADE, M.M.;_fOD29A _ , MKIY4-B. I. Improving the quality of thin-valled pipe. Metallurg 7 no.10: 36-37 0 162. (MIM 15:9) 1. TSentraltnaya zavodakaya laboratoriya Azerbaydzkanskogo truboprokattogo zavoda. (Pipe mills-Quality control) MUSA-ZADE, M.M., inzh.; PODZHARSKIY, B.I., inzil.; ALIYEV, J.P., inzh. Improving the quality of thin..,walled pipe-. Stall 25 no.10: 9325 0 165. (KIRA 18.111) 1. Azerbaydzhanskiy truboprokatnyy zavod. MIZYUK, L.Ya.; PODZHARYY# V.M. Change in the parameters of an elliptically polarized field in inductive electric prosprecting. Izv. AN SSSR. Ser. C-Cfiz. no.7:1050-1063 Jl 163. t~MPA l6t8) 1. Institut mashinovedeniya i avtomatiki AN UkrSSR. Predstavleno chlenom redaktsionnoy kollegii Izvestiy AN SSSRI Seriya geofizicheskaya, B*M. Yanovskim. (Electric prospecting) ACC NRs AT6020480 SOURCE CODE: UR/0000/65/000/000/0111/0119 AUTHOR:,--~~Z~- V.. M., (16"Nov) ORG: none : Determination of a field's components from elliptical polarization constants SOURCE: AN UkrSSR. Teoriya i elementy sistem otbora geofizicheskoy informatsii (The and elements of systems for selecting geophysical information). Kiev, Haukova dumka, 1965, 111-119 TOPIC TAGS: electromagnetic field, prospecting, electric polarization ABSTRACT: Hethods of measuring the components of low frequency electromagnetic fields in prospecting for mineral deposits are discussed. These methods are useful since the measurements are independent of the position in space of the electrodes or measuring units. The object measured is the magnitude of such invariants as*tbe semiaxes of the polarization ellipsoid of the magnetic field. The present paper touches only on the functional relationship between the elliptically polarized field and its components. The anplitudes and phases of the polarized field may be represented on nomograns and the solution can be made graphically. Orig. art. has: 4 figurtes, 11 formulas. SUB CODE: OB/ SUBM DATEt 1ONav65/ ORIG REF: 007 card 1/1 KIRICHENKO, A.N., inzh.; MUSA-ZADE, M.M., inzh.; PODZHAT$KIY,--j3,.I., R inzh.; KAFAROV, S.V., inzh.; ZAYCHENKO, zh. Effect of certain factors in piercing an the formation of double skins. Stall 21 no.8:727-730 Ag 161. (MM 14:9) 1. Ukrainskiy nauchno-issladovatellskiy trubnyy institut i Azerbaydzhanskiy truboprokatnyy zewod. (Rolling (Metalwork)) rACC NRi---AF602ih24- SOURCE CODE: Nfo ijl-66 0022/0022 NVEMR: Krasovitskiy, B. M.; Podzhaylo, V. F.; Derevyanko, L. N. RG:- None ITL'Z: A method for producing liquid scintillaiors. Class 12, No. 182164 (an- ounced by.the~-All-Union Scientific Research Institute of.Single Crystals (Voesoyuznyy auchno-issledovateltski.v institut monokristallov)) OVRCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyyi~,obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no. 11, 1966, 22 DPIC TAGS':. scintillator, luminescent material BSTRA&: This Author's Certificate*.introduces a method*for producing liq4d scintil- ktors by.using a ~6ase and activators - diaryl derivatives of 1,3,4-oxadiazole and ,3-oxazole. The luminescence yield is increased and's, wider selectiou of liquid cintillators is pi6ducied by using dicwWlmethiLne as the base'. UB CODE: 11, OT, 18/ SUBM DATEs 12Apr65 UDC; 54TJ8T..2-,0T ACC-M." AP6021548 ,NOURCE CODE: UR/0198/66/002/006/0092/00Q8 AUTHOR: Marcbenko, V. P. *(Odessa); Podzhlo, V. M. (Odessa) ORG: Odessa State UnIvLi~sity (Odessidy gosudarstevennyy univerSitet) 1~ C, TITLE: Motfon of a body of variable mass In a resistant medium SOURCE: Prikladnayamekhanika, v. 2, no. 6, 1966, 92-98 TOPIC TAGS: Euler equation, motion equation, motion mechAnics ABSTRACT: Certain particular cases of the integration of Euler equations of motion of a body having a variable mass about a fixed point with consideration of the resistance of the medium are examined in this article. It was found In the four cases examined that it is possible to Integrate the dynamic equations of the Euler type, I. e. , the equations of motion of a body of vatiable mass with one fixed point In a resistant mediumwhen p, q, and r are defined as ex- PlOt functions of time. It is pointed out that for a complete Investigation of this motion it is necessary to Integrate the kinematic equations derived, which is impossible without additional limitations on the character of motion since, if they are taken In the Poisson form, one ulti- mately arrives at the integration of the Riccatt equation with complex coefficients. If the kinematic equations are taken in the Euler form difficulties arise In Integration of the integro- cgrd 1/2 ACC NR: AP6021548 0 differential equation. The condition of the periodicity of the functions p (t), q (t), r (t) permit olving the stated formula to the end in quadratures. Orig.-art.-has: 17formulas. : UBCODE: 12,20/ SUBMDATE: 2lMar66/ ORIGREF: 003 NOVIKOV, V.N.; TOLSTOV, L.Ks; SERFBRYAKOVA, Ye.K.; SOKOLOV, B.M.; Prini- mal achastiye: 14--lentlyev, Ya.I.; KAPGER, V.S.; ZORCMIKO, I.F.; KARPCV, K.F.j Kushnaren~o, V.S.; SHINCMIKO, L.I.; TRIFONOVA, N. MASLITSKAYA, M.P. Obtaining industrial naphthalene from the centrifugal naphthalene of the Gubakha, Coke and Coal Chemicals Plant. Koks i khim. no.8-. 35-38 162. (MIRA 17:2) 1. Vostochnyy ugleRhimicheskiy inotitut (for NovikqVp Tolstov, Serebryakova). 2. GubakhInskiy koksokhimicheskly zavod (for Soko- lov). PODZIIUTSKI, Ch.; VOYTASIK., Ya. Cupola furnace melting with briquetted and pitch coke. Litd proizv. ng.12:*4--D 16J. (MIRA 1441.41) (Cupola furnaces) (Coke) BRASYUNAS, V.B., PODEHYUNAS, A.S. EPODgIUNAS, A.S.) f;~ Production of I.-hydroxyphthalazins. Nedprom, 12 no,7:47-50 Jl '58 - WRA 11:8) 1. Xamnasekly gosudarstvenW meditainakiy institute (PHMALAZINE) BHiLSYUl,UtS, V.B.; PODUYUHAS, A.S. [Pod~lijnas, A.S.] wna Synthesis of 1-chlorphthalusine. Hed.prom. 13 no.1:38-40 Ja '59. (MIRA 12:10) . (PHTRUASINA) BRLSZUNA$p V.B.; lOb=ul-w--44-OAi---- Synthesis of 1-marcaptophtha24zine. Hed. prom. 13 no.8t53-56 Ag 139. (MIFA 23s8) 1. Kaumwskiy moditainskiy institut. 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