# SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT ROTT, A.V. - ROTT, N.N.

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~AUTUOR: Novotny, Miroslav (Engineer)-(Prague)i Pekarekj` Jo6eU'(Engineer)(Prague)j
Rottj Hilber,~ (Engineer)(Prague)
ORG: none
TITLE; zech patent no. 4525-10f /Lontrol of registers in exchange centers of long-,
distance communication sys1;ems7 -
SOURCE:, Vynalezy, no. 9, 19*5 101-
TOPIC TAGS: communication channel,~communicationl network., communication systerni
circuit design, remote control; numeric control
TRANSLATION: The control of registers in exchange centers of long-distance cbmuni-
cation systems by data on the compilation.of communication routes from individual
sectors, which can be easily substituted by~.si;)me of the othercircuit sectors-1n case
one or several of them are busyj is characterized by the fact that,the'data on the.;
routes contain numbers of circuit sectors for-the permissible routes and each number".
dedreases by one circuit sector in the next exchange:center.
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27114. Tiw INFLUENCE OF CORROSION UPON THE QUALITY OF DRINKING
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sdgQgyi Int.; KOzegdszsdgtani Tanszdk, KOz). - ORV.SZLE 1958, 4/3-4
(333-336) Graphs 2 Tables 2
The central water supply installation of a town was studied. The purification station
of the installation treated river water of a low 'hardness' by means of coagulation
with aluminiurn sulphate. The resulting drinking water was transported to the town
through a 14 :,m. pipeline. The quality of the water on leaving the purification
station was acceptable, but at the end of the pipeline it was turbid and yellowish and
had an unpleasant taste. The deterioration of organoleptic properties was due to
corrosion within the pipeline, evidence of which are the negative value of the
stability index. the high concentration of divalent carbonic acid, and the increase
in iron concentration during transport.
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AUTHHOR~S: Novotn~, Firoslav, Rott, Hilbert and Fek6.rek, J03ef
TITLT--': 1..'ethod of number transmitting in automatic and semi-
automatic interurban telephone connections
1--::JTC.- !C'L: Referativnyy zhurnal. Avtomatilca i radioelek-tronika,
no. b 1962, abstract 6-8-39 zh (Czechosl. Dat. kl.
21 a3' 34/01, 21 a3, 34/10, no. 97790, 15-1-~-60)
T A method is Datented in which the local exchangeo or e.x-ch.an-
.--e areas are described by direction numbers with a variable number
of digits. T'he outgoing register fixes the ahole-dialled nu,..'Iber and
sends to the transit register a group of digits only equal to the
number of dir-its of the longest number -found in the given system of
numeration. Fo.- shorter direction numbers the missinr numaber of
digits is supplemented by the initial digits of the subscribe.-Is
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numbt?r. The digit group so obtained is sent successively by cn-,ren-
-ers to -'-he last transit re-
tional means between the transit re-ist U
Gister which selects from the received group only the digits of
the subscriber's number contained there and sends them to the local
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ex-change or exchange area; 'the remaining di gits of the subscriber
N bein7 sent directly to the called local exchan-e or exchant-e are-,
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TITLE: Rate of sound transmission in a compressed gas
PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Fizika, no. 7, 1962, 29, abstract 7G248
("Nauchn. inform. Belorussk. tekhriol. in-t. Ser. obshchetekhn.g.'
Minsk, '~96i, 42 - 45)
TEXT: The equation of state of a strongly compressed gas or liquid is
assumed in the form
P - RT,
.V rm r
In A C T
where p is the pressure, V the volume, T the temperature, and r V1/3. R is the
gas content, A, C, and rm are characteristic constants of the strongly compressed
gas or liquid. The article supplies the values of these constants for nitrogen,
amnmonia, and water. The equation can be used to determine a number of.thermo-
dynamic quantities; in particular, the heat capacities cp and evs the adiabatic
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Rate of sound transmission in a compressed gas Ao6l/A101
(U) and isothermal (UT) velocities of sound. The latter quantities are correlated
by the common relation
U qcv UT -
Formulas are given for cps cvj and Us and these quantities are calcula-L'ted numeri-
cally for nitrogen as functions of p for T = 50 and 1000C. It is noted that,
unlike what happens in ideal and weakly compressed real gases, the velocity of
sound drops with temperature increase in a strorZly compressed gas under conditicrs
of constant-pressure.
A. Tuzhilin
[Abstracter's note: Complete translation]
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AUTHORS: Krichevskiy, I. R. -and Rott, L. A.
The theory of,the Brown'motion in the critical range
PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR,' v. 136, no. 6, 1961, 136.8-1371
TEXT: Proceeding from earlier papers (Refs. 1-3), the authors study the.,
vanishing of the Brown motion in,the critical range when a mixture is
senarated into two layers. For the mean square displacement of the
particle, they write down: ST - 2Dt (1). As D is a diffusion
coefficient, it must vanish in the critical range as was experimentally
proved in Ref. 4 on iodine dissolved in C02. The present paper interprets
this standstill of the particle. The authors prorceed fr' OM
Smolukhovskiy's equation:
(t., R.; t + r, ca (t., )q.; t7) w (t, r; t + -r, R) dr, (2)1
where Lj is the Drobability density for that the particle passes over from
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The theory of the Brown motion in the... B101/B203
s'ate into state r in the time. t to. In the critical range, this
does noo longer take place in a homogeneous medium. This is explained
'The possibility of dis-
with the aid of a one-dimensional example.
placement of a particle along a straight line in the form of a series of
ateps of two types is discussed. Any displacement may occur to the rightf
or to the left. For steps of the same type, the probability is 1/2.
It is assumed that N steps of the second type correspond to a distance L.1
'The.probability of continuous displacement to the right by the distance
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