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I '1 4; 1 ~!! A I Al if 1 1 :1 1 11 : 1"i n-I", I , --- --- - - - - - - -- --.- - , 111; 1 : li E1,111 : ;5 -1,' . -1.", 1 - N: 1 .1 ~ I t !~ i I P~ -11 -1111 ~ - -11 N INH *- f I' f il~ 1 : 111".-1 . z 1. 1 11 , I '1 11 1[ 1 ! 11 1 o 11 : 1, 1 , I I . -- 1:-I . I ( _ iff! fi 1:11~ - -rf - - - -J~~- ~ ! i-L1 . I : f fjr " 1, ,._ !~" . . I . , I . ; . .;'' 1, IT I I 6 7 F!"T'! i --4iWPi` t. 'Acc-tqR----AT603l662- SOURCE CODE- 'LTR/2674/65/00011027/0207;/0214 AUTHOR: Shafran. 1. Q. Rozenblyum, V. P. ORG: none TITLE: Communication III. Kinetic biamperometric microdetermination of nanogram amounts of molybdenurn SOURCE: Moscow. Vsesoyuzn3,y nauclino-issieclovatellsk-iy instRut khimicheskikh reaktivov i osobo chistvkh khimicheskikh veshchestv. Trudy, no, 27, 1965. Khimicheskiye reaktivy i preparaty (Chemical reagents and preparations), 207- 214 TOPIC TAGS: molybdenum, selenic acid, iodine ABSTRACT: A kinetic biamperometric method of determine nanogram quantities of molybdenum has been developed. 'This method makes At determine 0. 002-0. 003 /ttg of molybdenum with a relative maximum error of 25%, and a mean square deviation of six determinations, equaling 0.10005/cl-g. The influence of a series of additions on the precision of riolybdenum determination by this method had bccn established. The significant accelerating effe t of selenic acid Card 1/2 2 2 13 7- 19 58- 2 - 2 774 Translation from-, Referativnyylzhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1958, Nlr:2, p 81 (USSR) AUTHORS: Chekmarev,A.P., Klimenko,V.M., Meleshko,V.1., Chekhranov,V.D., Vorotyntsev,yu.v., shafraii,I.K. TITLE, A Study of an 1150-millimeter Blooming Mill (Issledovaniye blyuminga 1150 mm) 19 5 7 PERIODICAL. Tr. In-ta chernoy metallurgii A'N Vol 11, pp 152-174 ABSTRACT: A comprehensive investigation of the performance of an 1150- millimeter blooming mill showed that the factual amount of widening that occurs in the rolling of blooms and slabs is ~ significantly greater than the customary calculation5 would indicate. This error in computation of the widening led to a faulty distribution of:the~ reduction during vach of the rolling passes.* Measuring the, pressure of the metal on tKe roll s and thecurrent. in'the armature of the motor revealed the availability of reserve power, which could be used to in-crease the reduction in a given pass in the bloomi,ng mill. The greatest specific pressure in the rolling of mild and medium- carbon stet-l~~ - -is exhibited by killed steel.: MZ subjected to cold Card 112 upsetting. Curves of specific power consumption'for the rolling. GARBER, K.S., dotsent; NIKITIN, A.I.; LYAUDIS, B.V.; MALINOVSKIY, B.N., kand. tekhn.nawki BELISKIY, 0.1.; VOLKOV, LiG.; KUMETSOV, M.F,; KUTSEINKO, A.D., SOROKIUY A.A.; STAKHURSKIY, A.D.; TRUBITSYN, L.M.~ TRUSEYEV, AJ.; AH I.K., Inzh.l SHESTAK, P.I.; ULIYA 'OV, D.P~ Automatic control of converter smelting by means of compu- rs. Stall 23 no. 7:608-610 Jl 163. (MIRA 16:9) 1. Dneprodzerzhinskiy metallargiches),ly zavod-vttiz im. M.I. Arsenicheva ffor Garger). 2. Institut kibernetiki AN UkrSSR (for Malinovskiy)- 3. Zavod im. Dzerzhinskogo, (for She-fran). [~ . !-~, !.-1-4- V. .-II tl~-I; _v-,; a if 3F -I I !~ ~! I ~ 1, f~! I*Fl 'I 1 1; ! I t: 1r!,1 illl*;!lfl!lj I [lift' It I S7, 111..,~~,Riq- Z, : , I I - IV : . I . . :1 . : : ; : . : . . . . I - . I ! 1 1! 1 1! . I ; 1 .1 '1111 : , J . ; , . I S/155/61/000/002/004/014 A054/AO33~ AUTHORSt Medvedev, I.A., Docent, Bellgollskiy, B.P.,~;Docent, Tareyko, N.A., Engineer, and Shafran. I.K., Engineer TITLEj Coordination of Rolling Mill Operations PERIODICAL: Stall, 1961, No. 2, PP. 135-139 TEXT: It was found from photochronometrical recordings that'the output of the two-high reversing bloomingimill (1,150) and the!tube rolling Mill on- sisting of two-high reversing blooming (goo) and three continuous stands (75A of the new rolling workshop at the zavod im.Dzherzhi,n_skiy (Plant im, Dzherzhinskiy) fell short of expectations. Lack of coordination in operat- ing the various machines caused breakdowns amounting to 56% of the working time. The entire operation was graphically plotted with the aid graphy and in this way an indication of the metal flow and of the load of the machines in time was obtained (Fig.2). The graph showed that the output of the mill could be increased by supplying various types:of billets:and Card 1/6 S/133/61/000/002/004/014 ' Coordination of Rolling Mill Operations A05~/*033: slabs. Not only metal from the low-output pusher type furnace should be fed to the 900 mill, but also ."transit"-billets and,Blabs '-for.other workshops -of the factory, which do not require heating in the push r t pe furnace.; in 0 y order to ensure the uniform loading of all machines of the'unit, the, mathe- matical relationships were determined. 7hus, the uniform feed of the two; mills - both rolling different products - could be determined by C T + C T t 1 1 2 2 C1 I + C2 t2 where C1, C2 - the quantity of products of the first. and see ond into,the: the two different- mill; T1. T 2 - the time it takes to roll a unit-quantity Of, , products on the first stand t I t idem on the second stand. The.quanti- ? L I products ensuring a uniform output on n s o tative relation of the two both mills is C1 t2 T2 (2) - F 7 7 T- tI 2 For three mills, when one of them works for the o ther two, the:exped:ient load 1 will be determined by: C T T2 C, 1 1 + C2 t1 C2 'r2 (3) Card 2/6 S/133J61/000/002/004/014 Coordination of Rolling Mill Operations A054/AO33 where Z2 time it takes to roll,a product unit on the third mill. 'The amount.of "transit" metal is determined by the production ratio.of furnace F (t/h) and of mill 900, when rolling metal coming from-thelfurnace anId,the litransit'l-furnace F The quantity of metal rolled on mill,900 as interme- 2* diate product in one hour amounts to. x F (4) t F, 2 mill 1500 has at the same time to roll Kt amount of metal~t.o be passed on to: mill 900 as "transit" product, while during the remaining time.tubes;can be rolled in a quantity corresponding to the capacity of,the;heating furnaces, as well as slabs for the general workshops. The relation.b.etween the vari- ous metal flows was determined from the metal-consumption:coefficient for the blooming mill and its average output.~ It was found that the efficiency ratio of the mills did not tally with the ratio of their~operational:.time, The productivity of mill 1500 on which two ingots can be ro lled at a time, was higher than that of mill 900, However, the low,output,of pit fuIrnaces creates the bottleneck in the production process. Their capacity can be raised by increasing the temperature of ingots.during feeding, by reducing Card 3/6 Coordination of Rolling Mill Operations A054/AO33 the time of cold feeding, eliminating idle time and not retain metal in them any longer than necessary, moreover,-by inte nsifying~~the hPating.of ingots and increasing the number of travelling cranes. By.drawing:up a detailed operation-schedule for the mills in question, according to the investiga-- tions and calculations carried out I the mills are novr utilized more.fully and the savings effected by the 1500'and tube rolling mills only with r'e- gard to permanent costs - amount to about 500,000 rubles per annum. There are 2 figures and 3 tables. ASSOCIATIONS:, Dnepropetrovskiy metallurgicheskiy institut (Dnepropetrovsk Metallurgical Institute) and zavod im.Dzherzhinskogo (Plant im.Dzherzhinskiy) Card 4/6 i~ ~Hwm /61/00 S/13 0/002/004/014 .CoVdinatioi ) of Rolling Mill Operations A054 A033 vac Afjvy (a) 8pemo /3 10 #j J-00 , /I ., /3 JO 45 C-00 flodaw a= e ., ~ , " .1 - 2 CMIMY616' A allo- 7 cm a In a 1 em 2 7777-,rrrr7,-, '7 Mig ?76. 300 110 /X0 779-" 111 i I.... -- Hu iqlwd TIC 1 Yttudqcupbtau~ ug S/ 5 0 110110 1,Y21 -- a = = flevb NII 11W - 67 IRV I E - ,9 5 m 0/9170 - Al fle,a N22 c r F CQ70 "MfE 11AV VIM /jig/ wo 717A 17, /i o1hV 12372 030 VZW I cmaH 90:1 E 11307 9441 1.237Z YWY V154 1149.wHatot NII 11.707 cmaH AV 11107 /Illy/ Amou 0 a 4 6 fir, IIIJ71 0 a . : .3 ED Card 5/6 I H 111F ~~:I 11 T: HP, r, S11331611900100210041014 Coordination of Rolling Mill Operations A054/*033.]~ Part of the simplified graph of the operations in the new rolling shop (them enlarged marks for 1150 indicate that 2 slabs are rolled in this miil simul- taneously)l the figures indicate the number of heats and the dimensions of the strip after rolling; . Operation and, Time, hour, minutes 40 place of operation d) Feed of ingots by crane W Blooming 1150 (9 Shears of the blooming to the store to universal(5). Mill of tube rolling mill feed Furnace (37 No.1 output feed Furnace No.2 output 0 @lab Mill 900; Shears No.1j Mill 750; Le; Shears Noe2li Card 6/6 In. 1- 1-1 '--- L 10976-66 EWr(1)/SVA(J)/EWA 0-2. JK:-, ACC NRs AP5028391 ~MCE CODE: VR/0016/65/000/qO9/0021/00 4 4 wnko. A Korobov, L. Shafran. LAI.Ot AUTHOR: Yats ORG: -Basin Sanitation- and'EVidem jologrical Station of the Blibk Sei-Az6*~Sea.-Wtaritime liealV Department. Odessa (Basseynovaya sanepidstantsiya Chernoziribrsk6-4zovskogo'! vodzdravotdela) TITLE: Smallpox.immuni In Sailors t SOURCE: Zhurnal m1krobiologii, epidemiologii i 1mmunob1o';1,ogi1,j.'n~. ~9, 19657 21-24 TOPIC TAGS: infective disease, disease incidence, epidemioiogy~i, ABSTRACT- Th authors studied the state of smallpok Jmin6nity;4 ~Soviet sailors and com. e. pared it with the immunity of sailors of other, countries of; urope~~ ia,'- and4frklt. 'ks al. -L result of the investigation, the authors establish'that the p6rcentolf biose reaciting p'ositi*ely'~ r o, revaccina " ins iii the p to inoculation varies in relation to the numbe f M ast, thia ago of the person inoculated, and the individual reactivity of the person. Appreciable differences,were .. rioted between the number of positive reactions in Soviet and"forelin sMlors.- 26% of the'- th i sailor s,- and 66% of the As ian Soviet sailors had a positive reaction, f 3. 2% of, 0. Europea'r and African sailors. The percent of those 'who had a positf~e reit6tion in 30 y old age group was much higher (17 - 35% a:mong Soviet sailors aii&60 - the to ~oi eig; 70 %~mo g r sailors) than those aged 20 - 30 years. The author concludes thit"great car shold Card UDC: 61k i22-097. 3~-057:656. 6h: I i 11 1 1 - I I I I f ? I I I I I I I I I f 17 1 "! , ii I I - I ; I- . . - s I , I i . ., , .: . .. ... .. . ..~Il -- I --~T -- ; ~ I . . . .17.: I'll ~, Irlill 11 ; I ;~ . s a ~ , -~~ i ~ -~ ~ 1 . . :1 .: I I I Im I !~' I i I 1 1! !i 1 11 i i ! : ................... .. ... ....... drit"flions of the cyclopwaWs; 4wrwo ottA 4 double lits. in the slide ch4la. U. Virtyleydispentane A, .11 111.11r, R- N. Nuftwl. and M. 1. lkstu. v jL"Imos-V Some zhisr, Obilkhrl Khios. 11. k;.-n. Clwtw) 20, 472-S-00,50). d. V.,I. 30. Vtlsil- 1-00", 33% yield Itota C.116NISCI .610 fwm1Ylr(1wmO1, wCured its . Adl. tims-s 7-3-41% ill' OR.M. NV IAWO. The 2.tAonwr. obtAinvil similarly Irons ethylent' oxitle its 2171"; ywhi 1,,. W-W. Ql' WNW, mV 1.45ji). TrcAtnirm of rJOI I It) parts) with 7 parts ActO. (sillumed by aihlu. of I part of a inixt. of tX) Ac.0 an,[ It) 11,110, 61. 1.71 with ticirring - IwIow 3*,4*. ", ve the correiponding aremles, IsTj 76:~)*, hr~ Its. 17.11-KI". 1:* 0-MON. itil 1.4361 4n,l V.14- IM% I'm IM 16% d:. OAMM, stir LCUM OKCr""). PASLISKellf IISCSC VVVf AI3N$1%1-IAt i'ANJ' MAVC Sl%. and tests. of liveIrmurbun. which after d6m. over Na. Aas shown to Ix- ideratkAl its I-th ca!ws. "I'lic vtwykp-1a&,,z.vce thus obtAined Its. W2-8,5', d:* 0.7796, mi., L-1:166. IfOr"SCRAtion over Pt-C gave flhyk,-~lo- pembiste, 1,,m d:* 0.74W, xV 1.419ti ~hilc oxid,itiou with KNInOt gave qw1opexhinuarboxylic 13c;iI, b. ill,* vW L4545. The RAmin spectrum t4 the viiivl sletiv. gave arnsing othry lines the line, at 1") vtn. for it, C:C Implul. "Itich 4-tre.powl, w 111.0f of. K.".4almil .- I ? 1 1, - . . , . . - all 33584 S/204/61iO01/005/002/oo8 EO15/E484 AUTHORS: Nazarova, N.M., Freydlin, L.Kh, Shafran,:R.N., Litvin, Ye.F. TITLE; Therj,~ial alkylation of methylcyclohexane with olefins under pressure PERIODICAL.-Neftelchimiya, v.-1, no.-5, 1-961, 613-618 TEXT: The authors reported.recently that alkyl,ation.of cyclo- hexane and cyclopentane can be achieved thermally (350 to 450"C) under pressure (50 to 200 atm). Further work on alk ylation of methylcyclohexane with olefins was carried' elucidate Vie influence of side chains on the direction and ease wi-th which the, reaction proceeds. The reaction was carried out in.a reactor, filled with quartz rings. Molar ratios of methylcyclohexane to ethylene were from 2.5 to 3.6 and for propylenel~.4 to 3.2. The space velocity varied between 0.81 and 0.99 litre/ho,u'r for ethylene and 0.52 to 1.43 litre/hour for propylene. 'All experiments with propylene were carried out*at 4500C, whereasfor~ ethylene the temperatures varied from 350 to 450.OC. . Resultsishow that the main product of the reaction of with Card 1/3 33584 s/zo4/61/00l/005/002/oo8 Thermal alkylation E075/E484 ethylene is a mixture of methylethylcyclohexanes, the proportions of various isomers differing from their equilibrlium concentrations. With propylene the reaction proceeds with more~difficulty and the yield of alkylate is lower than that obtained f,or ethylene (155% of propylene taken and 316% of ethylene respectlvely).~ Comparison with previous work (Ref.7: N.M.Nazarova,~L.Kh.Freydlin. Dokl. AN SSSR, 137~ 1961, 1125) shows that the.'alkylation of methyl- cyclohexane proceeds more easily than that of unsubstituted cyclo- hexane:. The reaction begins at a lower temperature (3500C):and pressure (50 atm). The expected formation during the reaction:of 1--methyl,-l-ethylcyclohexane was not observed, which is explained by thermal instability of hydrocarbons with quaternary carbon atoms, It is postulated that 1,3 and 1,4-isomers are forme :d1b y an internal rearrangement of 1,1-isomer or via an intermediate.stage of migration of free valency of methylcyclohexyl radical from position 1.1,to positions 1,3 and 1.4. Acknowledgments are, expressed to A.L.Liberman and T,V.Vasina for supplying the niethylethylcyclohexane samples. Yu.G.Mamedallyevl Aladdin Kuliyev and Z.A,Mamedova are mentioned in the articledn connection with Card 2/3 33504 S/204/61/ool/005/002/008 Thermal alkylation E075/E484 their contributions in this field, There are 2 figuresi 5 tables~ and 11 references~ 6 Soviet-bloc and 5 non-Soviet.-bloc, The,four references to English language publications,read as followss Ref,2. V.J.Komarowsky, J. Amer. Chem, Soc., no,~59, .1937 2715; Ref-3; H.Pines, INF,Ipatieff, J. Amer.. Chem. Soc.,.v,67, i945,:1631; Ref.4., A.Schneider, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., -.76, 1954, 4938; Ref,g.' H.D.Orloff, Chem, Rev., no.54, 1954, 347. -ASSOCIATION: Institut organicheskoy khimil AN SSSR im. N.D.Zelinskogo (Institute of Organic Chemistry AS USSR imeni ND.Zelinskiy) SUBMITTEDj August 7,~1961 Card 3/3 i : ; i Hil li:~ *,1;,I,Illl, I :., . MFIE-IFDOV, 0,M,.- '11*'RAN, ous me t,~ of- preusr~-v c~- ctf dlonlorocar- mps',ati e C, var :.V Izv. AN SSKt.. Ser, khim. n~~Js5383-5411 (MIRA 18:5) Inst.1l'but o~rganicheskoy krimii im..N,D,7e!in kog-- AINI SSSR. .- I'l-A Ii It 11.11 i '; lultl I ! I t"i su : : 1 . T; I , ''!:; : . : , , w "Ir rairift-m mir- jr," .R;Lii Tm., wy-rau . I '' I . ~~J!l 'I w Lr -.Fo, 71, rl Nf; U ir- t a 4 M:RA 1,11 SSSR. IN PH P. ! i ! i III i RM: am i I onfloww"'n" 1.41; I :i , . I - 1 1-11" 1 1 ~,. - ~11 II ! I ;. . 1 .10 11 11 ~.:II I I I II ! ( t ., t ,,PI - I !I ; .1, .;I. 1.MRlg.qm-,,--.,,~- I !,.!' !` Jlll~ I' FT ~ ~ 1: 1 .:. . 1, . 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I I I .: ; 1 mv i .. I~ j, III I . IIIl* -111 11 1 !!! .'! , !, I py , - ~ 4, - . , , - - SOV/148-23-1-23136 A~,T-- S: atveyev--, Te. N. , "edvedev, Y. 7j Fjhrifra-ov, D. TITLE: Lumine2cence Snectra of uITPO and POPOP in Various Solvenu-S (Spektry lyuminest~ientsii o.!TPO i 'IOPOP v ra-zlichn,-yrI-h rast- voritelyak,h) PERIODIC,'.L: Izvestiya nauk SSSR. Seriy-- fiziches'Kaya-, 195,00 Vol 23, Nr 1, pp 1oQ'I - 111 "ST%-'CT- A~ The present parer gives the results of investi!7dtions co!l- cerning the Yield and the spectra of P:lastic scintillators with LzNPO and POPOP as basic activators and also -is addition to the solutions of paraterphenyl in ~polystyrene, polyvii,,yl toluene, and poly-2,5-dimethyl styrene (,IIPO= 2-(l-naplithyl)-5-phen,,,l-oxizole POPOP= 1,4-di-(5--plienyl-2-oxazolyl-be .riene) .~Ieasuremertz of spectra are carried out with a variat,don of the concentration of aITPO and POPOP, and with constant., cone dnt-ra-tion and variation of the solvent. The different -pectra with,PGPOP pectra-are not infl:uercad and aNPO are oaown by -a f igure. The. ~i by the solvents. The addition of n-tdrphcn*yl increases the Card 1/2 luminescence yield in coml~~rison to samples cont-lining a I rp 0 ...... ... .. . .....- Luminescence Sp,~-ctra of u!T-7'O and -'OPOP in VariouS Solven's and POPPOP as b;---ic activ;"tors. In c c o rdance.with existing- conceptions (Refs 1,2) it is assumed that there an excitation energy transfer from the solvent to the lumainescent impurity is concerned. The intermedialte position of~the excit,~,.tion. level of n-ter7,henyl compared wilth sol,vents ard the impurity thus increases the possibility of transition of enerey from the colvent to the impurity. There are. 2 figures, 1 table, and 2 references, 1 of which is Soviet. Card 2/2 3/056,/60~0;8102/17/061 C06/BOII oc AUTROAS I vs. GPA-h... van I ry-tsen Din -is.., lt.LAIY ~Y.01 X1.4nltskayA, Sa.A TITLEt If .--goommat With 6 a on Proton. by 9- An A of a Propane Ct*bmb.r PUl0DjtLLt Zhurual aknp.rinvotallacy, & t.OrQtIch..kqj f1mikI. 1960. Vol. 56, 10, 2"VP 42"51, ILT i Par the Varpa- at Asking A ... tribatiOn in the Fivbl of pr.I... ra.t. t A . _ / be.autbr: Investient.d the so& it. .4 T 9. 13cri) -;ro ... length I . 0.112idIO-f A 24-Uter proe Rican 04 to a A In An bubble th"b.r., need In A magnetic fle 13.7 The xparim --%up 16-aboon 11 Pig- i The momentum 'Si. - 00 :.t.1 trIbution f I'-woons A do- 'terodn.4 fro. 112 J.;;9t; t.d track., =4 isAban in FISt2.' Th. mean moment" me. ( 1.9*.. A total of 3500 froal., .. t. Arprit.4, And C~d. 1/4 550 ovest. vare selected from all t-o-prca,;%d star*. Th. measurea value$ nor. processed bT An electronic computer. The root-moju-~;,j&r6 error in th a wagular determination, ..a Age 7 26, "a 4OR - 1 141, Th. correction far track curratar. dil not ..need 20-. Th. A1.4tic ",onto were ideatiflel %T the criteria discussed her 9-. Co;lvsrity (?1;. 3)9 MC4ulAr;orr.lxtio. (Pig. 4)1 "coil proton ra.q.. Ac-4 tb* 550 --ntf investi tedt 219 rgsrd.4 An U,lng *14,!1*, 1~4.tLaho-. the distrl- but I a . b A .1 ng bectz In h .*-called at- 'a 4~ t .. . he a !,.r h f.lit 0 region ~%tbo ohqm~.r (43 a= wLtht:tr%ctxl.l lb.4t.. f o" he 2 9 %to .-r. r.~ord.d. Th. d on:, ab. 13 rt. aco;;ihg to tbv aetuthl aagl. of the recall proton to h*.n jalpig. 6. tn 113 tames the "coil proton track man, in 100 9b a.. to 115 91 the left, in 98 at the right. An estizat-lot of of questalastit Atattering *'.at* in the total caster of 41 t ia ... The true. action of the reaction in ... tigatod ..a to be 1,41 C-4 2/4 > 6*) ).75 b, by taking into ..Count A o- admixture of a 55 ilh A total .- track length of 1.15.10 is the "I. i the c.:tsr-af-masa @y9%... -,he total .-pin Action cross section A . 's (,,o15) b. The final part at the pr.e..t paper offer: air A .7.rim.nt.1 results 0. the basis of the optical the proton being reg-1.1 so a hc=ogQn,ou,, sharply bound*4 so,,:,. :'11, 0-1) Th. nuoloonto absorption a.,ffi. I i "ad Results ar- C--Pftr 14 -Ith thal. yi.1d.4 by (-,able, Figs. 7,S). The Author. finally thark Acadsalcian T. 1. 79kalor and 1. 1. Cbuvilo for their diveovalobs, ". 1. Mk-r. , 1!. A. 3-ria, or their .0-ist-ce. ahere Are 5 rig-4ras. f-G-Sr~v,~d 8 refor-ces: 2 So'i.t And 6 Antrican. Card ~/,t A330CU?101: Wyellnencyy InAtItqt yad 4rnykh t.sleiovanly (Joint 1-titut. of Nuclear R.-~ch) or mv=-ED! A,~,f-t 29. 1~5i ! t . i : . : ; mt: i I . . I : i d . 'd 1111 " 1211, 1, H 1~ i ~ 1 ;]! 1 1; H! 1: ll:i I 11111; . 1"' Ml! P ': ; :! : ; : . IN; 1.4 :1 . J i I, I 1 11, : ;III: I H I I ~ I , 1 ; I . ._; ~ I I i .;, : f ii; ACCESSION NR: AR4046003 S/0058/64/000/007/AO21/AO21 SOURCE: Ref. zh. Fizika., Abs..,7A2o6 AUTHORS: Medvedev., M. N.; Shafranov, M. D# TITLE: Use of film scintillators to extend the spectral sensitivity of photomu-ltipliers and to record strongly ionizingradiation CITED SOURCE:' Sit,). Stsintillyatory* 'L stsintillyat6. materialy*. K'harlkov, Klhar?kovsk. un-t. 1963, 18,7-190 MOPTC TAGS: thin film, ionizal-I u on detector, scintillator, -photo- multiplier, colneidence counting TR_A.NTS.1_,ATTON; .1t, Is proposed to employ scintillating films de- ,D~.,sited on a photocathode in o,der to extend the sensitivity of U r into the far ultraviolet region. The optimal,film was -found to contain 2% terphenyl pluo M0 POPOP J.n p6lystyrenei The sensitivity of the cathode with the film, relative to the maximum' sen3itivity of the photocathode of' the FEU-19M photomultiplier ifith- Card 1/2 ACCESSION NR; AR40416003 ,out the f ilm) ~O`, In the 'i20 nm region 18--23% in 220. nm aniounts to regior; and lb-2-1-5110 at- 220 nm. The optimal film Ulckneos is O.Inms T."he de-excitation time is (2-'---l x 10-9 see. The use of a photo- multiplier with a scintAl-la'"'Ing film in fast coincidence circuits .-reat'l-11, simmlifies measurements of strongly ionized radiations in. large gai,,ima-field3 or-In the presence of fast obargred p articles-, T. Razumova. Sun CODE: NP ENCL: 00 Card 2/ 11:~ Np, '11,11111 1:111. , ; 1. 1;11,1~ R ~ " I I - " .,: 1, ! 1 - 1 ! . V I- 1111T '11111 m 41! . 1] ! ! ! I 1 111. , '. '. I I . . - I ! I - U I ;; 1 11 1 :"l 11 11 IM" - IT - 11 V . 1, 1 , ..I. . . CODE: em Oe Card liren or, L 01294-66 EPA (s) -2/ZjjT (M)/MT, (c)/1,4pF (n) -2/arp (J) A*. GG ACCESSION NR: AP5020813 UR/0046/ 65/i09/0O8A47A)h� -6 I AUTHORt ltatveyevaj, Yes No; Medvedevy V, Nip; Rubina, 0*41.; Shafranoir, M. A.). 1#6,50POA-~ill3th'donfe -nce 6n Scintillation properties of,,pol n n TITLE t Luminescence hrld in Khar1kov ane o 25 A juli 64J SOURCE: AN SSSR. Izvestiyao Seriya fizicheskaya .20, o 065, W7.441 -L-1::j!-- ji J1. TOPIC TAGS., luminescence, scintiUation.. solution propeity.9 garima radiat ons,. radiation detector, organic compound .4 ABSTRACT-. The authorgohave measuTp ~W relative intefisities!of the scintilla--~-~:,:;i,, tions init ated by_Co gamma raysfAh solutions or: po.1,ygj toluene and phenylcyclohexane. The~polyphenyls investigatedweret diph i T5 f n-terphenyl) n,nt-quaterphenylp and:pentaphenyl. The scintillation int6ln'p.ity.. increased with concentration:at low concentrations) butithis:6ffect, reached a pher henyl, was saturationj the maximum scintillation app~itude of di 16y1 4~dterp _7 reached at concentrations of 0.05 and 2%) respectively; 1`.ind :1A cijeasing the concen~-'!,-- tration even to 5% did not further increase the intensit yi At - concentrations up :,l !f phenyls to 0o05% the scintiUation intensity incz-6as'ed, linearly'With'the number,0 Card ~ Il III I I - "R.All'o"Y' C. !- . ~11 -I - ~ ~.- ......... , _... - I ~ 1. : b. Y 11: I'l -1111 11! 11 1:1i: ;;~i I : , I I I ! 1 11 11 1 11 11 1-, -:- 7 , I I , I ~ .- - : I " I 'I Al I 1 1 r.l I 1 11! , I Hyll .. . ., I T ! 1 1, I'l"; ~ i ow 1. SlfiA'~'iLIINOV, "'. ~: II I I I ii i I' I ~lm 111:1111 !: fl 11; 11; 1:1,M; 1,11,1111 [T 1! 13111i ~!; H I , ! ; j;: : I ~ 1 1 i - , I j ", Ii, . I I !I,: i~: 11, : 1 at i I I m esim mi'lot. !"! am Im-mum Av, I I I't m vorl IN p - i ~ R. 0.1 ~ T o . .. i ; 11 IW :111:11 11KINIVIT !,1:11;, . . T I . : z . . I JC SUBJECT SSR Plusics ARD 1 2 IJA AUTHOR BAFRANOV,V.D. TITLE On the Stability of a Cylindrical Gaseous Conductor in a Magnetic Field. PERIODICAL Atomnaja Energija,.Li fasc.5, 36-41 (1956)~~ Issued: 1 / 1957 The present work, which,.like Yi.KRUSKA1 and M.SCHWARZSCHILD, Proc~Roy.Soc- A 233, 348 (1954), employs the method of small oscillations, and which bases its assumptions on ideal conductivity, investigates stability against longi- tudinal disturbances in the case of the presence of a "longitudinal" field (i.e. in the case of the existence of components of the magnetic field.which are directioned along the cylinders. The system of equations upon which this problem is based consists of the equations of magnetic hydrodynamics for an ideally conductive medium: dQ/dt + Q div 'V-o,30/at = curl P-const Q?* Q dv/dt- - p + (1/c VH In the case of equilibrium it applies that v 0, a/at~= 0; the cylinder is then homogeneous with respect to axis and~aziauth (a/az a/a 0), and the components IH0an Ho are different from zero Within the cylinder it is z 0 1P 0 - .:I -assumed that H,, 0 and H const. (The indices iland e relate to the zi interior and exterior fields respectively. In this case'-density and pressure are constant with respect to cross section. Disturbances are here investi- Atomnaja Ener-ija, 1,fasc-5, 38-41 (1956) CARD 2 / 2 PA - 1755 gated (for reasons of simplicity) in LAGRANGIAN coordinates. In approxima- tions which are linear with respect to disturbances thecorrections to all -4 __* (kz+my H = H0 (1 ) (r) e' + Wt) etc. quantities are proportional to shift; + R Nexti the equations resulting for these corrections are.written down. The corrections to the field outside the cylinder are determined from the epations H V 'p, A T - 0. Because of the ideal conductivity the.magnetic lines of force are withdrawn from the substance the surface. Therefore the normal component of the field is-equal,,and the e.x-, terior field does not dependon the interior field. For.its'Value on the sur- -face of the exciting cylinder explicit expressions are given. The solution ob- tained f?r the corrections is correct in the case of a fully determined- eigen- 2 2 value Co . At 4) > 0 and W < 0 equilibrium is steady or unsteady respec- tively. This eigenvalue is determined from the boundary condition (derived from the equation of motion). In the present case this is reduced to the con- 2 2 2 dition 8np = H + H H .to be satisfied on the surface of the cylinder. ye ze ZI ~: Next, this condition is to be transformed. Besides a positive spectrum of 2 solutions,W >V (which corresponds to the sound- and ALFVEN,waves of the g 8 in the excited cylinder), this equation also has a branch of'e,igen valuescom(k)', which has a negative sign within a certain domain. Inthe case of a van- ishing longitudinal field this branch is about m-O and m=1 quite in the nega- tive domain, but if a longitudinal field exists, this.branch:passes into the positive domain in the case of great k. In conclusion some special cases are in- vestigated. INSTITUTION: Al Al T JTHdR A Shafranov ~V. D. 8-9-10-23/36 TITLE --On tho Physics of Ionized Gases. (0 fizik6 ionizirovannykh gazov.) PERIODICAL Atomnaya Energiya, 1957, Vol. 3, N,r 10, pp. 356-557 -(USSR) ABSTRACT The 3. International Conference on the:physical pheno- - mena, in Ionized gases took place from 11. to 15. June 1957 at Venice. The following were the most important papers: Allen, England: The nonstability~'of the discharge in a toroid chamber at 0,5 - 22 torr and some thousands-of amp4res. Allen, Heinolds, England: Speatr9seopic temperature determination of electrons &nd.ions in a:ring: discharge at a pressure of from 0,1 to 1,5 mm and 20 kA,. Hennings, Mails, England: Nonstability;of toroid disa- charges in various chambers W30 and 10 cm) at an argon pressure of fiom 10-2 to 10-3:torr. Bikerton, England: :Reao-rding of~,:the dischar e 9 ,CARD 1/3 characteristic at high flows in alongitudinal 89-10-23/36 On the Physics of Ionized Gases. magnetic field. 'dreton, Scharon, France. Discharge phenomena in, linear and toroidal chambers. Kolheit, Anderson, U.S.A.: Transmission of neutrons in a linear momentum discharge in deuterium. A condenser battery 25 hours at 0,5jL& F, i 50 KV, 200 kA each served as an energy source. The neutrons were the,2. and 34 change of inclination of the~ourrant curve. By means of scintillation counters it was proved that the neutrons from the,domains near the discharge axis (of a diameter of not more than 2 cm) are formed simultaneo'usly.on the entire length of the tube. A number of theoretical lectures dealt with the conditions of the non-stability,,of magnetically- hydrodynamic discharges (Rd'senbiutp Hain et al-., Bernstein et al., U.S.A.) CARD 2/3 i ;... SHIA-FRANOV, V. D. AUTMR: SHAFROOV V D 5f;-6-2j(56 n!w~~ TITLI: -6-truoture of Sh6-ok Waves in & Plasma. (Struktura.udarmy voiV v plazas, Russian) PERIODMAT, Zhumal Eksperim. i Teoret.Fiziki, 1957, Vol 32v Nr 6,~ py 1453-1459 (U.S.S.R.) ABSTMOT: in consideration of the differenoe of electron- and im tMpen- ture the structure of a shook oLve in the pla~4~ dealt with theoretically. The following cases are investigated: a) A single shook wave, if the energy exchange b4tnen electIVOM and ions can be neglected, b) A steady shook mve Ins, strong nagnetic fieldp 0) A steady shock ways. (With 2 Tables, 3111matra- tions, and 4 Slavio Refe see). ASOMIATICBs Aead=W of Science of the U.S.S.R. 11 M VED Br: 391MITIM 2J" 11 .1956 AVAUALX: Library of Congress card I/I AUTHORt Shafranov,V.D. 56-3-24/59 TITLE: Equilibrium of. Magnetohydrodynamic Configurations., (0 ravnoves- nykh magnitogidrodinamicheskikh konfiguratsiyakh). PERIODICAL: Zhurnal.Eksperim.i Teoret.Fi2iki, 1957,yol. 33fNr 3,pp. 7'a-721 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The conditions of the equilibrium of a closed system.,whichaDuaisto of a conducting gas and which is under the ialuenc* of a, maggetil'. field,-are investigated. Between these two equilibria estab- . lished in a closed configurationt a) by gravitation '' b) by ex'tern- al gas pressure, c) by the pressure of an,external magnetic field. In the chapters 1-3 the following cases are dealt withs 1) Gravitating current-carrying ring, 2) Current carrying ring which is situated in a gas atmosphere,the pressure of which is greater than the pressure within the ring 3) Current-carrying ring situated in an homogenous magnetic field. Case 2 is of special interest because this system can probably be kept stable. In chapter 4 the author shows that the c,o Infiguration of equilibrium corresponds to a hydrodynamic rotor. By means of this analysis a spherical configuration of equilibrium isimentioned. In chapter 5 an equation -is deduced which:puts~the conditions for an axially-symmetrical configuration. Card 1/2 In the annex the stability-criteria of an:ideally conducting cyl.-Zn- CFW 1 .. 1:11 - . I I --D 81j ix" D AUTHOR: Shafranov, V.D. TITLE: The Magnetic Vortex Rings (blagnito-vikhrevyye kolltsa) (Letter to the Editor) PERIODICAL.: Zhurnal Eksperim. i Teoret. Piziki, 1957, Vol. 33, Nr 3 (9), PP. 631 -832 (USSR) ABSTRACT: S. Chandrasekhar (Proc. Nat. Acad. of Sci-I '19561 Vol-A21 Nr 273) proved the steadiness of the most simple solution of the equation of the magnetic hydrodynamics of an incompressible perfectly conductive liquid, if the velocity offlo -i~s con- nected kith the magnetic field by the relation v /2 - constant izes a solut, P + ~ v . This solution general ion whic represents magnetohydrodynamical...ring.s.-A further gene- ralization of all these solutions is obviou.s.. The equations of the magnetical hydrodynamics of a:p .erfect imcompressible liquid with infinite conductivity can be written fol- lows: a-* Y 2/ - fo * vlat - - V (p/ + V 2) + NHIC v] V t - curl cu411 H c) J curl The author here ~v t OC H 11 where 0C is any arbi,trary Card 1/2 constant. -Q /c) 411 j is then obtained and~foi~, the 56-3-59/59 The Magnetic Vortex R_ngs first equation V (p + v 2/2)+ c-1 (1: 2.j Pj HT 0. For the condition of equilibft um of the magnetohydrodynamical cc - l V obtained h6refrom, and ~ur 9 figuration curl 0 ~ 4 on ~f the steady flow 'of an incompr6ssibl 6 0 for the condi liquid. Thus, a steady flow of an incompre4sible perfectly~ conductive liquid with the magnetic field H corresponds to. each equilibrium configuration or each steady flow of~an in- compressible liquid. An analogous formation .(which may be de- scribed as a magnetic vortex ring) with identical distribution of the magnetic field and the velocity corresponds, for in- stance, to a ring-shaped current in a magnetic field and to a circularely-shaped vortex. At D(_ a othe magnetical vortex ring changes *:nto a magnetohydrodynamical configuration which in equilibrium is at rest, and at DG aD it is transformed into an ordinary vortex ring. There are:-5 references, 3 of~ which are Slavic. ASSOCIATION: AN USSR (Akademiya nauk'SSSR) SUBMITTED: May 20, 1957 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 2/2 r\1 C 2 1, 1- 7 PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION ~sov/i242 Akademiya nauk. SSSR. Institut atomnoy energii Flzil-8L plazmy i problema, upravIyayemkh temoyadernykh reaktsiy, 4,-,. 11. (Plasma Physics and the Problem of Controlled Thermonuclear Reactions, t. 2) [Moscow] Izda'..vo AN SSSR, 1958. 355 P. 31,000 copies printed. Resp, Ed.:- Leontovich, M.A.,,Academician. PURPOSE: This collection contains previously unpublished work of members of the Institut atomnoy energii. (Institute of Atomic Energy) of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. 'It is intended for scientists-interested in this field. COVERAGE: This:,book is the second of four volumes of_~previously unpublished work of members of the Institute,, of Atomic Energy during the period 1951-58. The exploitation cards on the other volumes in this series have been released under the rrambers 1241,1243,, And 1244. Card '1/5 Plasma Physics and the Problem (cont.), TABLE OF CONTENTS: Braginskiy, S.I., and V.D. Shafranov. Plasma Filament With Heat Loss to the'El-edt-r-O-d-63 -3 Braginskiy, S.I., and A.B. Migdal. Processes in~a Plasma Column During Rapid Increase of a Current 20 Braginskiy, S.I., and V.D. Shafranove Plasma Filament in the Presence -1--g-- -Wagnotic Field of a on itOUiWY 26*1 Artsimovich, L.A. Passage of large Currents,Through;Plasma in the Presence of a Longitudinal Nagpetic Field Ars1movich., L.A. Magnetic Flux in aCompressing Cylinder 87 Arts.1movich, L.A. Analysis of the Equation of Compression of a Filament,in the Presence of an EXternal 14aghetic Field ~101- Card 2/ 5 Plasma Physics and the -Problem (Corjt~) SOV/1242 '109 -Kr,r_,ar-, V.I. Yield-of Thermonuclear Reactions Shafranov V.D. Stability-of a Plasma Filament In the Presence, L~0~_gitudinal Magnetic Field and a Conducting Envelope 130 V(-%I.kov, T. F.- Stability of aPlasma Cylinder in4n External Magnetic Field 144- N.A., and D.V. Orlinskiy. Distribution of Neutron Radiation Intensity Along the Axis of a Straight, Tube D"uring a Powerful Pulse Discharge in Deuterium 150- Oso~rets S.M. Mechanism of Observed Neutron Emission: 165 Kome 1. kov V.S., T.1.'.Morozova:, and Yu. V. Skvortsov. Investia. of a Powerful-Electric Discharge In Deuterium 170 Card 3/5 Plaama Physics and the Problem (Cont.) SPV/1242 'Andrianov, A-M.p O.A. BAsilevskaya, and Yu.- G. Prokhorov. Investigation of Pulse Discharges in Gases at a Current of 500 KA, :185 Kirillov,, V.D. Measurement of Conductivity of Plasma'for Prolonged Flow of a Current 212 Babikov, V.V. Theory of Bremsstrahlu-ng of Nonrelativisitic Electrons 226 Osovets, 34M. Plasma Turn In an Electromagnetic Field 2318 Osovets.9 S.M., Yu. F. Petrov, and N.I. Shchedrin. Investigation of a Gas Discharge in*b..-Un:tconni~eted...RL%gion' -1 ~242 Nasedkin Yu. F. Investigation of a Ringshaped Gas Discharge in a Transverse Magnetic Pield 264 Card 4/5 I ! ! ~ : 41 ~ : I i IVII. 1. I'Vilili, ~- I: : , :i 1.1, , 1111[ AUTHO?-,: Shafranov, V. D. SOV/56-34-6-15/51 kTLE: p ag, a t i o nof an Electromagnetic F-4eld in:a~Medium With Spatial Dispersion (Rasprostraneniye:~elektromagnitnogo polya v srede s prostranstvennoy dispersiyey) PERIODICAL: Zhurnal eksperimentalln6y i teoreticheskoy fiziki, 1958, Vol 34, Nr 6, pp 1475 - 1489 (USSR) ABSTRACT: This paper derives the general formulae magnetic field in a semi-infinite homogeneous'anisotropic. medium with spatial dispersion, it is a generalization of the second part of the well-known paper of Landau (Ref: 1). The first part of this paper derives the general formulae~ which describe the permeation of longitudinal and transverse; ormulaef fields through the abole mentioned medium;lthese f . may be deduced from the corresponding bou~darylconditions. The author investigates a motochromatic field with a time dependence of the type e-iC* . The field penetrates (coming from the vacuum) into a medium which fills up the semi- space z >O. The SDatial dispersion implies a functional-4, Card 113 relation between the vector of the electrical induction 1) The Propagation of an Electromagnetic Field in a SOV/56-34-06-15/51 1edium With Spatial Dispersion and the ele ctrical. field strength:-D If the spatial~dis-oersion can be neglected in a plasma, motion this corresponds to the neglect of the th6rma L. of the electrons) a local connection between D:and is obtained. In a semi-infinite medium the dependence of 1, 11is connected with the properties of the separating surface. The charges are'assumed to be reflected from the, boundary like by a mirror. In the general.field the electro-magnetic field may be described by an integro-,:. L'Afferential equation. Subsequently the author,reports on the boundary conditions. The above mentioned integro- differential equation solved by expanding al: quantities into plane wave's. The author then calculates', the permeation of longitudinal and transverse fields. The second part of this paper calculates the propa:gation of a transverse electromagnetic field into a plasma. along the magnetic field. For a given frequencyw t 'he transverse electromagnetic field in a medium Twith spatial dispersion,, Card 2/3 generally speaking, cannot be described as a wave. Por any The Propagation of an Electromagnetic Field in a SOV/506-34-6-15/51 bledium With SDatial DisDersion real case, the electromagnetic field has to be calculated with taking into account the boundary:conditions. In a plasma, the field may be represented in the form of 2 parts: The phase velocity of one part..Of the~field depends on the coordinate z and the other part of the field is an ordinary wave. The author thanks M.A.Leontovich, Member, Academy of Science3, USSR, who proposed the problem and gave sugGestions for this paper. There are~3 figures and 12 references, 12 of which are Soviet.' SUBIJITTED January 7, 1958 Card 3/3 tj It 415 Nis U-41 Hk all i4 film hi 66702 AUTHORS: Gr&.ov.kiy, Y.L., L.klyanol, -T-,- Spiv. G.V. and Sirot.iiko, I.G. TIrLSs Report am the Second All-unl.. Conference Ga. Sloctroo4c. 7- t*L,hnfk& i alaktroalka, 1959, V.I Nr 8, P%RJ[0DICAL-. Radi PP 1.33 - 1358 USSR) ( ; and N-G- 9.~.1'.kiy,. -N - D t& a. X-ray Radiation During Pulse Discharge.- : : d. wt h I th o t .: 9 tiOm Of the nouCl~o radio ion In p rful Co. ,. ch.rg.. , in chambers with cond uctimS at &I- - mIavestiSation of the Gas Dt-charge -7. Comical Chamber-. -t .1. - 'A Turn of Plasma in Transverse Magnetic Field-. - 1G~K-2&YQT_oDAt4 on the Division of a Cathode Spot a a Aorcury in & Low-pros-e AxcR (soa p 1289 or the Journal). aftan (angl:nd) - "A Now Theory of the Cathode Spate ,o P 1. 295 a th Journal). L.211,_jfre""' - , Positive Column in a flydrogan Discharge With Stationary and Pulse". =d - *C~r,at Dietribution a the Surface of Blectrod*s in Electric Pulse Disch"jos6. _,A__23rg_- "Sam. Properties of G.. --volta L in La e g C4rd9/1 .1 in Halogen Counters-. _G.1. G1.tqTpL ad ~Lt~,_q rison of th~e' Coal - _ ** n2luix : 'a oa - P 1 .Ct L&.f l the loot. . of Hydrogen (If and D)". L.A. AkaMains communicated .... result. an the pro-br*AkdOwm - j;u.1&.a at low pressures. V,.tjjXdj^ and A.A. Z.Z%..V - *Ch.rg.-d.awity - osoln-arl .a. Wave. in or C.echasl-ki. co-tici..t.d same Xmfora.ti.. the ph ...... to ga-di..h~rg. Plasma. .4._nrsI_zhnar dealt with the problem of the determination of the energy of feet %*-- In P-1-- dL-ch-rg--- 3 -Convection Instability at & Plasma String*. -Theory of . High- nd 1 - t-Pwr4t%r. Plasma Th* fifth section was Presided over by N.A. Xaptoov and dealt w!tb high froquancy current. in goes&. The following ; Paper. or r.~ e *Iparogation of Ultra-hIgh Frequency Pulse - - Wra i bArge. in Inert Gasese. a - - "influence of the Boundary Conditions an l t i . 7. -4 Maintenance of Kish-froquency Dlichargoss. __Zj_ a.,jul, at 1. . almstigAtion of a 3elf-maintala*4 Ultra-blab Fr*quecy Palo. Discharge and the Process or 0. its Dow.lap. r and "s... Result. of the : f the Formation or Low-pressure, High- tion o I=Vo.tLg b j,.4uana Disc ~ ; wCOOduct&vity or Weakly lomisoil A.A. wTho,Ccmd1t1ons of Transition Pro. a -PreAeures.. cFC.ron. Dich.r at Atmospheric Chr ,r- , h p Between th c t Golent - OThe relatia Y,]:,, _ o :u , : itL,. or_eh~ Vltr&_hj&b Frequency Cur ront 4 h.rac C Orr, ant in Ga. Discharges'. 1171*d the conductivity or the 41-1, n "AAbw or a resonance diacha . tube. Zjj_LXjXkly and XP,_Sjmaabur.Ln dealt with the of the prab....Zhod to high-fr.qu...y discho.rZoo, Case p 1238 of the jaurn4 L). Th. paper by T. To t as devoted to the investigation of utra-high frequency Plasma by ct Stark *Cf .4me of thg ; with _6 Lk~M- a at al . d atb. problem of electric : , rL.1d. in a bLXh-rr.qu.mcy discharge at low pressures. :!or entitled w1figh- T_t"adazza-ar RumeMil rl:d p : h . . fr.q..=y Di.charg.. 1. H t Th. w prbl-- ~k Of the sixth action a. do~ot.d to the -a was sold r .- -d it. radiation. the woti Pr :o pl: d. war by V.&. Fabr~k.p,-Th* rallowing-paper. war. r : * ame th-d- Of Ple j n Wfl b H b - - . ro N. yu.N. g.g_ 7 V.I. Broad, ic Measurements in Plaa-*, pm -Investigation of the. -A : V,SjQmmr A.d A.G. jII.1 hl-.I.. ~r the TrnklxLt Time". A,V~ f;'11KIL ""'Y 7'. C i . p''. I I I if I I , I - , I . . . . . A-1 V 826o7 31059"16010391011221029 AUTHORS: Sagdeyev,.R. Z., Shafranov, V. D. Instability of a Pla itb an Anisotropic Distribu on TITLE: sma ti of Velocities in a-Magnetic Field PERIODICAL: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoretichesk6y fiziki, 196o, Vol. 39, No. IM, PP. 1811-1a4 TEXT; The authors of the present paper study the instability of a plasma with a non-Maxwellian velocity distribution of iona (or elealtrons). The instability is assumed to have two causes: 1) the existence. of a "beam 2) longitudinal or transverse Iltempe raturell anisotropy:*ith,resDect to them static magnetic field. The latter case is studied in this paper. Preceding papers (Refs. I and 2) have shown that a convective instability (Re(&))~O) may occur in "drift" approximation with a-sufficiently~strong.lanisotropy ~of.the ion (or electron) temperature-The "drift" apprdximation employed in these papers is, however, only applicable if the Larmor radius of ail particles is very small cc ared to the perturbation wavelength, i.e.,: MP if the Larmor frequency is very high compared to the vibration frequency. Card 1/2 82607 Instability of a Plasma With an Anisotropic 3/056/60/0,'9/01/22/02'9 Distribution of Velocities in a Magnetic Field BoWB063 A transition to higher frequencies is accompanied by instabilities of the type of vibrations with increasing amplitude (Re(CO) Such..% plasmat whose electrical properties are indicated by the tensor~g (w,k), is considered, and the occurrence of instabilities is separately studied for electronic and ionic oscillations. It is shown that a plasma:ilocated in a homogeneous magnetic field will also become unstable in the case of slight teMDerature anisotropy IT,- Till/T