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SHARYGINA, I., insh. Inorease the requirements to brake fluids, Art. transp, 43 no.10M 0 165, (MIRA 18110) 1. Kazakhakiy nsuohno-Isslodovatellskiy i proyektnyy institut avtomobillnogo transporta. SHARYGINA, I,B. Introduction of some essential oil plants In the Leningrad area. TrudY Bot.inst.Ser.6 no-7:102-104 '59. (MM 13.-4) 1. Leningradskiy goeudaretvanrVy- padagogichenkiy Inatitut imeni A.I.Gertsem. (Leningrad Provlncem~-Aromatir. plants) SHARYGINA, I.S. Some problems in the biology and biochemistry of Origpmw vulgare L. and Hyssopus officinalis L. Bot.zhur. 44 no.8: 1124-1128 Ag '59. (MIRA 13:2) 1. Leningradakiy gosudarntvewWy institut imA. 1. Bert sena. (ELvgaop) (Marjoram) SHARYGINA I. S., Cand Biol Sci __ (diss) "Angelica (Archangelica off- icinalis ~Moench) Hoffm.), common marjoram (Origanum Vulgare L.), med- ical hyssop '(Hyssopus officinalis L.), their biology and volatile oil- bearing properties near Leningrad." Leningrad, 1960. 18 pp; (Ministry of Education RSFSR, Leningrad State Pedagogical Inst im Gertsen, Chair -of.,Botany); 250 copies; price not given; (KL, 17-60, 149) SOURCE CODE: UR/0274/66/000/010/AOII/AOll AUTHOR: Sharygina, L. I. TITLE: Determining transient response parameters of an amplifier with a parallel inductive correction by means of its frequency characteristic SOURCE: Ref. zh. Radiotekhnika i elektrosvyazl, Abs. 10A83 REF SOURCE: Tr. Tomskogo in-ta radioelektron. i elektron. tekhn., no. 4, 1965, 125-133 TOPIC TAGS: frequency characteristic, pulse amplifier, multistage amplifier, transient response, A-~ ABSTRACT: The setting time T, and the overshoot of the transient response are determined for an multistage amplifier with a parallel inductive correction by means of its frequency characteristic. It is shown that the setting time of the transient response of such amplifiers is determined uniquely by the value of the upper cutoff frequency of the amplifier's frequency characteristic. With correlation coefficient K ,_O. 6, the setting time equals 0. 351fb, where fb is the upper cutoff Ca-d 1/2 UDC: 621. 372. 061:621. 375 ACC NR: AR7001753 .requency of the frequency characteristic; if K > 0. 6, equals PIlb , where 'P is the linear function of K which does not depend on frequency. With nonmonotonic frequency characteristics, the overshoot of the amplifier's transient response is determined by the peak on the amplifier frequency characteristic. With a monotonic frequency characteristic, the amplifier transient response overshoot does not exceed 8% with an unlimited increase in the number of stages. There are eight illustrations and a bibliography of 5 titles. [Translation of abstract] IDW] SUB CODE: 09/ 2/2 BIGLER, M.S.; SHARYGINA L.I.; KASPAROVA, A.B.3 YAKOVLEV, V.A.; GRRE~(fffy_iW.._Y-__MINA) A.P.; SWICHENKO, N.P.; STOLYAHOV, A.I.; FUSOVA, T.A.; KOZLOV, I.D., red.; SERPOKRYL, S.M., red. [Leningrad and Leningrad Province in figures; a statisti- cal abstract] Leningrad i Leningradskaia oblast' v tsifrakh; statisticheskii sbornik. Leningrad, Lenizdat, 1964. 250 p. (MIRA 18: 1) 1. Leningrad (Province) Statisticheskoye nblastnoye upravle- -ive. 2. Statisticheskoye upravleniye goroda Leningrada (for Bigler, Sharygina, Kasparova, Yakovlev, Grinevichp Yudina). 3. Statisticheskoye upravleniye Leningradskoy oblasti (for Semichenko, Stolyarov, Fursova). 4. Nachallnik Statistiche- skogo upravleniya goroda Leningrada (for Kozlov). BIGLER, M.S.; _LHARYGINA,. L.1.; KASPAROVA, A.B.; YAKOVLEV, V.A.; GRININICH, N.N.; YUDINA, A.P.; M-11CIMNO, N.P.; STOIYAROV, A.I.; FURSOVA, T.A.; KOZLOV, I.D., red.; SERFOKRYL, S.M., red. [Leningrad and Leningrad Province in figures; a statis- tical abstract] Leningrad i Leningradskaia. oblast' v tsifrakh; statisticheskii sbornik. Leningrad, Lenizdat, 1964. 250 P. (MIRA 18:2) 1. Leningrad. Statisticheakoye upravleniye. 2. Statisti- cheskoye upravleniye Leningrada (for Koklov, Sbarygina, Kasparova, Yakovlev, Grinevich, Yudina). 3. StAistiche- skoye upravleniye Leningradskoy oblasti (for Semichenko, Stolyarov,, Fursova). -L -j F-3 j'j i, ACC NRt AP6014725 N THOR: Sharygins L, M. : none SOURCE CODE: UR/0186/65/007/006/0744/0747 Pospelov, A.. A,; Cbukblantsev, V, Go 1.117 3 rITLE: Obtaining granulated zirconium phosphate by freezing, and its Ion exchange properties 11 3OURCE: Rediokbimiya, v. 7, no. 6, 1965, 744-747 OPIC TAGS: ion exebange, zirconium compound, cryogenic effectp/IVOIAMI oFl- F PSTRACT: Granulated vitreous materials have been obtained from silica Eel, zirconium and titaniuir dioxides, zirconium phosphate, and a. number )f other compounds. The method for obtaining these inorganic ion ?xchangers in a granulated form consists of the following operations: L. Obtaining a gel from dilute solutions with subsequent washing out of Blectrolytes in dialyzers, or with the use of ion exchange resins. . Slow freezing of the purified freshly precipitated gels in an air ryostat at a beat removal rate of the order of 5-10 kcal/mi/hr. . Water classification of the granulated sorbent into fractions of the ame grain size, after thawing out. A further investigation was made of be ion exchange properties of a number of samples of zirconium phosphate Card I ,A;8),8-66 ACCESSION NR: AP4007177 S/0141/63/006/005/089?/Og( AUTHOR: PAZRLYAN, L. L. ; 3RAUD3, S. Y&. BOX, Yu. M. ; ZHUK, 1. H. ; MEN$, A. V. RYABOV, B. P. ; SODIN, L. G. TITLE: Radiation spectra of discrete radio sources Cassiopeia A, Cygnus A, Taurus A, and Virgo Aat the 12.5 - 40 megacycle frequencies. SOURCE; IVUZ. Radiofi7,ika, v. 6, no,5, 1963, 897-903. TOPIC TAGS: radio emission, radio emission spectra, Cassiopeia. A radio emission, Cygnus A radio emission, Taurus A radio emission, Virgo A radio emission, radio source spectrum, dis- crete radio source, radio spectroscopy, radio astronomy, radio frequency spectrum, Cassiopel A. Cygnus A, Taurus A, Virgo A, extragalactic radiation, radiation absorption. ABSTRACT: To check on the hypothesis that a sharp change, manifest in a decrease in intenal with Increasing wavelength, occurs In the radio emission spectrum of discrete radloastronoml cal sources below ("44 j 1/2 ACCESSION NR: AP4007177 40 Mc, the fluxes of Cassiopeia-A, Cygnus-A, Taurus-A, and Virgo-A were measured In the 12.5- 40-Me range, for which no reliable absolute values are known presently. To improve the accu- racy, absolute measurements were made only for the most powerful source, Cassiopeia-A, using seven sets of radio interferometers with half-wave dipole antennas. The other fluxes were determined relative to this source. The 'collapse' of the spectrum at high frequencies was noted for all but Taurus - A. The emission measure and the ratio of the normal component of the magnetic field to the number of electrons per cubic centimeter of the discrete sources calculated from these measurements are 3.5,3.5, 5.0 and 700, ?00, 120 for Cassiopeia-A, Cygnus - A, and Virgo- A. it is assumed Lhat the decrease in the spectrum is due either to absorption in H11 clouds or by a decrease of the refractive index in the source. Org. art. has: 2 figures, 4 formulas, and four taCules. ASSOCIATION: Insitut'-radi0fi7iki i elektroniki AN UkrSSR (Instinte of Radiophysics and Electronics, AN UkrSSR) GOP ACCESSION NR: AP4037397 S/0106/64/000/POS/001*/0021 Bazelyanq L. L Bruk, Yu, M,; Zhuk, I* N,j Men', A. V.; AUTHOR: TITLE: Wide-band highly directional antenna for decameter vave- lengths SOURCE: Elektroavyazl, no, So 1964, 14-21 anten-i TOPIC TAGS: antenna, directional antenna, highly directional na.wide band antenna,vide band highly directional antenna, beam- vidth electric control, half.wave dipole, shunt dipole, cylindrical j dipole, array element, antenna element, antenna efficiency, antenna gain ABSTRACT: A receiving antenna intended for radioastronomical inves-1 tigation of discrete sources and cosmic background in the 20-40-mc,, range is described* The antenna vas designed on the principle that the electric control of the beam at large.scanning angles.can be realized-by phasing lov-directional. discrete elementat vhooo large j Card 1/3 ACCESSION NR: AP4037397 number.:Lnsures the required degree of resolution. The antenna arra*,p,:, located along the W-E line, consists of 128 half-wave wide-band So cylindrical dipoles arranged in'.4 rows, each carrying 32 dipole The cylinders, formed by 18 elements of 8 mm each, are 1 m in diam~ etere The distance between'array-element centers alonF and across the array is 5.5 m. The array elements are suspended 3 m above the ground. The signal excited in each element is transmitted to the ,output of each row through a matching balancer, three adders, and three coaxial cables with a total length of 101 m. The toroidal ferrite transformers used as adders made it possible in the 10- to V 60-me range to achievje a VSWR of 1.05 or better at a rated load with an efficiency of 95 to 97Z or better. The electric control of the beam, which is accomplished by inserting delay cables be- tween the adder and the output of each rowp is carried out only in the N-S planes The radiation pattern and gain of the antenna were determined by the simultaneous-recording of signals from Cassiopea-A:,"' received with the antenna described and a standard interfarom tar: n* consisting of,two half-wava'dipoles and,subsequent compavison of t1wel Card ACCESSION NRI AP4037397 results. At the same time the effective area (gain) was calculated by computer. Good agreement of experimental and theoretical data Lndicatesthat the antenna gain calculated on the basis of the gain t found experimentally for the elev'atLon of.81' will be close to actual, at least for the case of higher elevatLons* Orig, art* hasr 11 figures and I formuLas ASSOCIATIM boas SUBMITTEDe 04Mar63 DATE ACQt 09Jun64 ENCL's 00 SUB CODE: 30 NO REF SOVI 1004 OTHERs 002 i Cord 33 ANDREYEVA, S.M.; YAKr.4)V, P.A.; NESHATAYEVA, Ye.V.; SHARYKINA, N.G. Use of malt germ extract in the biosynthesis of chlortetracycline. Tmdy Len, khims--fdrm. inst, no*15:10-175 162.' . (MIRA 15:U) 1. Laboratorlya 'hialchlynii nizsbilrh- rasteniy Botanich skago instituta- imeni V.L.Komarova AN SSSR i kafedra tekhnologii antibiotikov Leningradekogo kbimiko-farmtsevticheakogo institut4 (zav. - prof. F.A.Yakimov). (CHLORTETRACYCLIN) (BACTERIOLOGY-CULTURES AND CULTURE MEDIA) SHARDIOV. V.S., inzh, ------~-~Using hydraulic cutters in processing stone. Stroi. zat. 5 no.10: 11-14 0 '59. (KRA 13:2) Nuarries and quarrying-Equipment and supplies) (E~rdraullc machinery) SHARYFIX, L; YAKUSHIN, 1. Now rate terms and shortened workday at chemical plants. Sots, trad no.2:116-125 P 158. (KIRA 11:1) 1. Xwballnik otdala truda. I sarabotnoy platy Voskromenskogo khimi- cheskogo kombinats, (for Sharypin). 2. Nachallulk otdola truda Stalinogorskogo khimichookogo komb1nnta (for Yakashin). (Chemical Industries-Production standards) MOROZ, G.A., felldsher; MARYPKIN, Y.N., falldsher; FIKITIN, M.P., felldsher (9. Dzb.-,mk-Ov A. letters to the editor. 7911d. i akumb. 25 n0-1:58-59 1. Pastovskly felldshersko-akashereirty punkk Mnakoy Nbros). 2. Sovkhos uSoterAstup" Miaxlkvwskoy oblastl 3. Direktor Novosibirskogo maditsinskogo ucbiliebcha Oulida). (KKDICAL P]IRSONML) Ja 060, (MIRA 13W oblasti (for (for Sharypkin). 16.5 (for SHikRYPKIN, FeNo (sovkhoz SotsusstuP KharlkOv9koy oblasti) ......." i Ptiblic health data registration in raml areas. 7911d. i akush. 25 nc--5t46 Yq 160. (Nnu 13 -.7) (Mmoy PRoVINGI-PUBLIC Mu . RURAL) I SRARYPKINq F.N. Place health education on a high level. Fella'. i ak-ush. 25 no. 7:40-41 Je 160. (MERA 13:8) 1. Sovkhoz Sotsnastup Khartkovskoy oblasti. (HEALTH EDUCATION) SHMMIN, ~.N. ,T ,~reless worker. Felld. i akush. 25 no*12:57-58 D 160. 1 (MA 13:12) .,, Sovkhoz "Sotenastup* Kharlkovskoy oblasti. ~-KOVAL'p -XMAOR SERGEEVICH) SIWLYPKIN, M.D., inzh. Preventing explosions of containers for viscous materials. truda v prom . 2 no-3:19-20 Mr 158. (Drums (Containers)) Bezon. (MIRA 11:3) TIMOFEYEV, B.D.; SHARYPIN, V.I. I Installation for &xperimental determination of viscosity of organic heat agents with a high malting point. Inzh.-fiz. zhur. 6 no.10:109-111 0 163. (14IU 16:11) 'A- ZEMLYANSKIY, N.I; PRIB, 0., student IV kurea; SBARY-PK1K&-,-M.-,'-9tudent IV kurea; KOSTEITKO, A., student III kursa; GLUSHKO, A.A, student III kurea; KOUNMEOU, 0., student III kurea; KRASIIOVSX&YA, T., student III kursa; SEMML, ff., student III kursa; PINMVA, 17., student III karsa; TSEMVICH, G., student III kursa; SHAM, V.. student III kursa Condensation of aromatic hydrocarbons with halogen derivatives of aldeh7des. Nauk. zap. L'viv. un. 13:129-135 149. (MIRA 12:10) 1.Xafedra organicheakoy khimij L'vovskogo gosudaretvennogo univeraiteta im. I. Franko. (Hydrocarbons) (Aldehydes) S-~RIFITDNIAI M. I Chemical Abet. Vol. 48 No. 8 is by &tTAoherIc 2inp.with Apr. 25P 1954 )DItIating SCUM-71-SIBR~. N. J, ewjv-n~~ij Q A. PrIb. and M. Y,.nU--U-2-kTna. J, Gen. Chem. (11.5,S.R.) Organic Chemistry ;~,,JDM-941v"AffnF. [fan3Ind0u).--St4 C.A. 47. ITrt "I' '-i, I - r~ 1 IN N1,~ ) , ~-j 0~_ - USSR/Chemical Technology - Chemical Products and Their I_iZ Application. Treatment of solid mineral fuels Abs Jour Referat Zhur - Khimiya, No 4, 1957, 12838 Auth,or Zabavin V.I., Gordiyenko N.p., Kleymenova L.A., Russianova N.D., Surkova V.L., 93ara M.Ya. Title On Chemical Composition of Coal and ![ts Change on Oxidation Orig Pub Khimiya, i tekhnol. topliva, 1956, No 5, 23-31 Abstract Presented are the results of exhaustive "hot" extraction (in which the sample is heated by solvent vapor) of coal of different grades from the new deposits of the Kuznetsk coal fields, unoxidized and of different degree of disin- tegration, with alcohol-benzene and with 5% solutions of KOH in alcohol-benzene removes from coal of grade D and G2 3-12% of extract,^- 1% from coal of grade Zh, and 0.5% from coal of grades K-TS. Yield of extract from oxidized coal of grades Gl and ZhZ is higher than from Card 1/2 - 2o6 - USSR/Chemical Technology- Chemical Products and Their 1-12 Application. Treatment of solid mineral fuels Abs Jour Referat Zhur - Khimiya, No 4, 1957, 12838 the non-oxidized reaching in the case of stongly oxidized coal 5-6%. Oxidation of coal of other grades does not increase the yields of extract. Yield of aqueous, alkaline alcohol-benzene extract exceeds by several times that of alcohol-benzene extract, while the yield of aqueous, alkaline alcohol-pyridine axtract Is still higher. Content of acid substances in the ex- tracts increases with increase in the degree of oxid- tion of the coal. it is appropriate to utilize the me- thod of extraction fur an evaluation of the extent of oxidation and in the study of the mechanizm of coal oxidation. Card 2/2/ - 207 - SHARYPOV S.M. Device for checking differential gaps. Priborostroenie rio.7:32-32 J:L 162. (KIRA 15:7) (Gearing-Testing) SHAR - Y'j-, ndidat teldmicheskikh nauk. The process of surface finishing during cutting of silum1n by-ind mill cutters. Trudy Ural.politekh.inst. no.42:30-41 '55.' (XLHA 9: 8) (Metal cutting) (Surfaces (Technology)) AUTHORS: Nesvit, A. Ye., Sharyyv A. I., Dubov, SOV/72-518-9-16/2o V.I. ------------ TITLE: Granulated Fuel From Waste Products (Granulirovannoye toplive iz otkhodov proizvodstva) PERIODICAL: Steklo i keramika, 1958, Nr 9, PP 42 - 42 (USSR" ABSTRACT: The waste products which are obtained in the gasification of solid fuel are tar, heavy coal-tar products formed in by-product caking processes, and coal dust. Besides, usually a packing department producing boxes is affiliated to glass works which has to dispose of its chippings. By a combination of the waste products of these two lines of production a method of the production of granulated fuel was developed in the Glass Works Lisichansk with the collaboration of the authors of this article. First coal dust and chippings are mixed in a rotating-barrel-type mixer at a volume ratio of 1:1 (this process takes 1-2 minutes). Afterwards the same amount of coal-tar products which are kept at a temperature Card 1/2 of 50-600 is added and the whole substance is mixed Granulated Fuel From Waste Products SOV/72-58-9-16/2o for 8-10 minutes. Solid granules with a diameter of from 10 to 80 mm are obtained, which neither coagulate nor deteriorate. This fuel exhibits a calorific value of 6000 kcal/kg, an ash content of 8-12% and a humidity of 3-1CK16- It can be burned in boiler and bathing- establishments. The granules become indurated and coked during combustion. The small plant engaged in the production of this fuel produced 1450 tons, which procedure lead to considerable savings. ASSOCIATION: Lisichanskiy stekolinyy zavod (Lisichansk Glass Works) Card 2/ 2 SHARYYv A.I. Unit for heating shops withmatural gas. Stek. i ker. 18 no. 1:36 A 161. (MMA 14:1) (Linichanak-'FactorieB-Heating and ventilation) (Gas-Heating and cooking) SELARYY,A.Ya.. inshoner; LOZINSKIY,K.G., kandidat tokhnichookikh nank; SBK,S.V.; GARP.M.N., kandidat tekhnichabk1kh u-2 . Ifficient heat treatment for the DT-54 Diesel tractor crank- shafts. Vest.%&sh. 35 no.6:56-60 Jo '55. (nak 8:8) 1e Iffachallnik teentrallnoy savoaskoy laboratorii Stalinikogo traktornogo saroda (for Sha ,m). 2. Institut mashinovedonlya Akadomil nauk.SSSR (for Losinskly). 3. D4itvitellnyy chl:en Akademii no uk USSR (for Sorenson). 4. Institut mashinovedoniya i sallskokhosyayotvennoy mokhaniki Akadenii nauk USSR (for Garf) (Cranks and crankshafts) (Tractormi-Ingines) ACC NRt AT6036563- 'SQMCE CODEt Lrg/0000/66/000/000/0172/0173 AUTHOR: Zhukov-Verezhnikov, N. N.; Mayskiy, I. It.; Tribulev, G. P..; Rybakov, N. PodopleloX.-I,.La Dobrovo N. N.; Antipov, V. V.; Koziov, Y..A.; Saksonov, P. P.;. Parfenov, G. P.; Sharyy, N. I. ORG: none TITLE: Some results and trends in the study of the biological effect of cosmic radiation and dynamic flight factors using microbiological:and cyt.ological models [Paper presented at the Conference on Problems of Space Medicine held In Moscow from 24 to 27 May, 1966] SCURCE: Konferentsiya po problemam kosmicheekoy meditsiny, 1966. ProblenV kosmicheskoy meditsiny. (Problems of space medicine); materialy konferentall, Moscowip 1966, 172-173 TOPIG TAGS: manned space flight, space biologic experiment, tissue culturep lysogenic bacteria, cosmic radiation biologideffect, combined stress/Voskhod-1 1ABSTRACT: Systems of lysogenic bacteria and single layer cultures of normal and !cancer cells of man have been used on all spaceflights since the second orbital, spaceship. This'report presents the results of investigations performed an spaceships'6f the -Vost.ok and .od types. Biological experiments ~carried out on Vostok-3, -4, -5, and -6 Indicate that phage production of lysogenic culuire of E. coll K-12 increases with the duration of the 'flight. However, a direct linear relationship between the biological Card I /q ACC NR, AT6036563 effect and the time of exposure in space was not established. The results obtained make it p*ossible to assume that the biological effect in the above experiments depends on the combined effect of spaceflight factors, and specifically vibration, weightlessness, and radiation. Ground experiments have indicated that the sensitivity of a lysogenic bacteria Eystem to gamma Irradiation (C06~ increases if the bacteria were ,previously exposed to vibration. These results not only confirm this supposition but make a more differentiated approach to evaluation of various spaceflight factors possible. - However, in order to obtain a more complete picture of the genetic and radiation hazard of such flights, it is necessary to consider data obtained with more highly organized biological objects. Consequently, the results of spaceflight experiments performed with single-layer culfures of somatic human cells are of definite interest. in the series -of experiments carried out on Vostok-1, -2, and -4,,it was found that viability, and such indices as the coefficient of proliferation, the percentade of dead cells, and the morphological, antigenic,,and cultural properties of the tissues, did not differ substantially from -controls which were kept at tho'coamodrome or the laboratory. ACC NR, AT6036563 I However, when tissues were subjected to a second spaceflight (on Vostok-4, Vostok-6, and Voskhod-1), the twice-flown tissues showed a definite prolongation in the latent period of the ability to grow, as well as certain other noticeable changes. .'-7%is makes it possible to surmise that spaceflight factors may have a cumulative effect on hurnan tissue cultures. Further investigations of the biological effects of spaceflight utilizing lysogenic bacteria and tissues of varioup cultures are contemplatei&_ [W.A. No. 22; ATD Report 66-u63 SUB CODE: 060 22 SU~K DATZ& OWAy" CA W 13 -f,:, V. SHAFfff, Yu. V. - Inzh. i, TLI::;hi, -S. L. - -St. Nauchn. Sotr., "I. F. - ?r-;-'. Leningrad5kiy filial a3kaderdi arkhitektury SSBR Predlozheniya po tipam konstruktsiy d1ya IN',issovogo zhil-iLsticluioLo stroitellstva v LeninETade Page 68 SO: Collpt-tion of Annotations of Sc!ipntjfic, Reqpqrch Work on Cm.,Rtnictim, co=leted in 1050. ','-loscmr, 1951 I Yu. ve "An Investigation of the Influence of the Jnlargement of Prefabricated Alevents on the Tempo and Cost of Housing Construction.0 Cand Tech Sci, Scientific Research Inst of Construction Ingineoring, 7 Jan 33. (VM, 29 Dto 54) Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR Higher Mucational Institutions (12) SO, SUM lo. 556. 24 Jun 55 AW, ~T- I , 2 k idat takhnichaskikh nauk; YLTAN, V.P., .. . ..,j4r x - , Le ovi ch, kand RA i2f 2rauchny7 redaktor; KARPOV, V.V., redaktor izdatell- stva; PULIKINA, Ye.A., takhnichaskiy radaktor. [Tower cranes in large panel constructionj Bashennye kr&ny no krupnoblochnom streitallstva. Leningrad, Goo.izd-Ve lit-ry po stroit. i arkhitekture, 1956. 42 p. (KIBA 9:6) (Cranes, derricks, etc.) SEIARYYP Y11. V Inzhener. 9 ~f:~ ~ :i:xt;,- z~- ~ - - When ~~I`d'U-4 technology is worked out thorougly. Strottell 2 no. 10:5-6 0 156. (KLRA 10:1)- (Building) MULTURIff, K.D.. arkhitektor; CHAYKO. I.M., arkhttektor; GOLURRY, S.L., inzheiner; DCBROKHOTOV, I.G.. inzho-ner; KRUPITSA, K.K., inzhener-, POGORZHIL;SKIY, L.A., inzhauer; POSINILOY, A.A., inthener; C~5eft--TJA~~t-a kandidat tekhoicheakikh nauk; OLI. A.A.. professor. or ar ktury; URAVIYIV, B.V.. kandidat arkhitektury; VASIL'YET. B.D., doktor tokhaicheskikh nauk professor. redaktor; SHUR, N-Ya.. redaktor izdatel'stva; ROZOV, L.I., tekhaicheakiy radaktor LIarge-block construction in Leningrad] Krupnoblochnoe 4trottelletvo v Leningrade. Leningrad, Gos.1ad-vo lit-ry po-stroit. i arkhtt.. 1957. 93 p. (MLEA 10:7) I.-Akadeimiya stroitel'stya i arkhttektury SSSR. laningradskiy filial'. (Leningrad--Precast concrete construction) (Ioningred--Apartment houses) SH&RYY, Yu.,inzh. Solid doors made of wood waste. Stroitell no.12:27 D '58- (HIA 12--l) (Doors) (Wood. Compressed) SHASHANOV, L. IT. Sverkhskorostnoi elektroprivod i e,go opory. (Vestn. Mash., 1948, no. 7, P. 11-15) Super-high-speed e7ectric drive and its bearin-s. DLC: m4A SO: Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering, in the Soviet Union, Library of Congress, 1953. L. N. PA 20/49T25 Usa/zlectrioity Doe 48 Drives,-Electric Currents, Electric "High-Speed Electric Drives of Stepped-Up Frequency Currents," L.N. Shashanov, Moscow Mech Inst, 2 pp 'Blektrichestvo" No 12 Gederal discussion of varlous applications of .subject drives, description and photographs-of two model drives of 48,000 and 120,000 rpm built under Shashanor's direction. -20/49T25 SHASHANOV, M.N. "Theory and Design of a Pneumatic Hammer." Thesis for degree of Cand. Technical Sci. Sub 4 Dec 50, Voscow Order of Labor Red Banner Higher Technical School imeni N.E. Bauman summary 71, 4 Sep 52, Dissertations Presented for Degrees in Science and lpfineerin in Moscow in 1950, From VechernyaYs Yokkva. Jan-Dec 1950. MUBII;s p.A.j SMnWOV-AVMIN, A-P-1 SEVASTIMOV, Yu.G.j BULAHOV, L.A.) SHASHAM G.A. organic beat-transfer agents in reactor engineering., Inzh.-fize zhur, 4 no, 5:127-13~ My '6L IIt (MIRA 14: 5) (Nuclear reactors-materiala) 9(2) SOV/112-59-3-5837 Translation from: Ref erativnyy zhurnal. Elektrotekhnika, 1959, Nr 3, p 226 (USSR) AUTHOR: Shashaurov, V. TITLE: Zir-iation of Mica Capacitors When Temperature and Plate Compression Are Changed (Izmeneniye yernkosti slyudovykh kondensatorov pri izmenenii temperatury i velichiny szhatiya plastin) PERIODICAL: Sb. stud. rabot. Vologodsk. goo. ped. in-t, 1957, Nr 3, pp 50-55 ABSTRACT: Results are presented of measuring at 1,000 cps the capacitance of a foil-type experimental capacitor at temperatures up to 4500C and under specific pressures of 0. 15 and 0. 67 kg/cm?- - The measurements were made on a UM-2 type bridge and are, therefore, not particularly creditable. Card I / I SOV/147-59-2-4/20 Lo~d Carrying Capacity of an Air Lubricated Bearing at Rest producing an air cushion which is capable of sustaining fairly large loads. If, due to the external loads, the shaft is shifted from the central into an eccentric position, the orifices round the narrower portion of the clearance space become more or less choked therefore they offer a higher resistance to the air flow through them thus giving a lower air outflow. This finally results in pressure increase round these orifices. The reverse holds for the orifices near the wider portion of the clearance space, so that the difference between these pressures secures the equilibrium of the loaded shaft. The theoretical solution of the load carrying capacity of such a bearing in a very complex problem. Various simplifications have therefore been proposed by various authors, Ref I the actual localized pressure feed is replaced by a continuous feed but this approach is not satisfactory even when the number of feeders is very large (experiments show that Shires overestimates the load capacity by the factor Card 2/7 of two). This paper presents also a simplified approach, SOV/147-59-2-4/20 Load Carrying Capacity of an Air Lubricated Bearing at Rest but one which takes account of the localized nature of the air feed. It is based on the following premises: 1) The influence of one feeder upon the other extends mainly in the axial direction and is negligible in the circumferential direction. This assumption permits a subdivision of the flow into a number of independent sectors of a length TtD/k where k is the number of orifices on the given circumference. 2) With sufficiently large number of orifices around a circumference, the clearance width changes only slowly from one sector to another so that, for a given sector, it may be assumed constant and equal to its width at the orifice (see Fig 2) 1.e. hj = 6(1-c cos 01). the symbols having their usual meanings. 3) Since the ratio of the clearance to the radius of the bearing is usually small, the curvature of the clearance space may be neglected and the flow in each portion may be considered as that between two parallel flat plates. 4) The velocity of Card 3/7 the air flow in the clearance in assumed small, hence SOV/147-59-2-4/20 Load Carrying Capacity of an Air Lubricated Bearing at Rest the inertia forces may be neglected in relation to the various forces- 5) The vertical component of velocity will be neglected compared with the horizontal component. 6) Since the flow is slow its kinetic energy is small compared with its heat content, hence assuming that the two surfaces of the learance space have the same (constant) temperature, the process is assumed isothermal. Under these conditions Navier-Stokes equations reduce to the Reynolds equations so that Eq (1.1) holds with the subsidiary relation of Eq (1.2) and boundary conditions of Eq (1.3).' Following Ref 2, a complex potential w(S) = P + i4i is introduced, where P is the pressure function and is the stream function. For n orifices this potential to given by Eq (2.1), where Cl and C2 are constants and V-P,,S4) an analytical function as given by Eq (2.2) - see Fig 3. By Eq (1-3) Cl =-P. and C2 is determined from the mass flow as shown in Eq (2.3). Its value is given by Eq (2.4) so that finally P is given by Eq (2.6), which is the Card 4/7 real part of the relation (2-5), and therefore the SOV/147-59-2-4/20 Load Carrying Capacity of an Air Lubricated Bearing at Rest pressure distribution in the bearing and hence its load carrying capacity is determined if the mass flow of the air through each orifice is known. In practice the mass flow is not known, only, the inlet pressure and the geometry of the bearIng, but as shown in Ref 3, the mass flow G can be found approximately by Eq (2.8) giving the relation between the gas flow In the clearance and the discharge through the diaphragm. In this equation: a - discharge coefficient; F - area of the diaphragm; q(X) - dimensionless density of the stream depending only on the pressure ratio P./pp, ioe. pressure behind and in front of the diaphragms. For a given P the mass flow depends only upon Pg. With the mean value of Pg at a radius r-q as given by Eq (2.9) the result is Eq (2.10) which together with Eq (1.2) and (2.8) solves the problem. To find the maximum load carrying capacity, assume hj--+0 then also should G-40 but this means, from Eq (2.6), that Ps'j--+ Pp. Thus C2 may also be Card 5/7 determined from Eq (2.1) by letting Pgj = Pp. SOV/147-59-2-4/20 Load Carrying Capacity of an Air Lubricated Bearing at Rest This leads to a system of u equations with n unknown C2,1 as given by Eq (2.11). Finally, the author discusses the problem of the choice of the suitable radial clearance 6 for a given geometry of the bearing and a given pressure supply and suggests such a choice that the critical or super-critical pressure gradient in produced at all the orifices when the journal is in the central position, iie;JaP:3/Pp 4 0.528. When the journal is then d a c from the central position the mass flow in the increased clearance space will remain unchanged .4o that Psi will decrease uniformly as the eccentricity increases. Since, at the lower orifices when the eccentricity is maximum, we have P,,a -P it i - quite obvious that with the mass flow throu-gh the upper orifices remaining constant, this results in the most favourable condition for the bearing. On the other hand, with 6 very small all orifices will be strongly choked even with the maximum eccentricity so that the Card 6/7 load capacity will be low. Fig 4 shows this dependence SOV/147-59-2-4/20 Load Carrying Capacity of an Air Lubricated Bearing at Rest of Ymax upon 5, while Fig 5 shows the relation between Y and the relative eccentricity s for the case when 6 = 1.13 6critical- There are 5 figures and 3 references, 2 of which are Soviet and I English. ASSOCIATION:Moskovskiy aviatsionnyy institut, Kafedra AD-1 (Moscow Institute of Aeronautics, 1st Chair of Aircraft Engines) SUBMITTEDt November 10, 1958 Card 7/7 84055 9- 9 S/147/6o/ooO/003/014/018 E191/E48l AUTHORz Shashin, V.M. TITLEs Contrib'UT-1-off-tu-the Theory of Flat Thrust Bearings With Forced Lubrication 11 in PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy, Aviatsionnaya tekhnika, 1960, No.3, pp.99-lo6 Xk TEXT-. An analysis is given of the performance of a thrust bearing wherein the supporting thrust pad has a central discharge hole and, for feeding the lubricant, a number of equally spaced holes located on a pitch circle. The feeding holes are assumed small and in the analysis replaced by point sources. The outlet pressure in the central discharge hole is assumed atmospheric. The flow of an incompressible lubricant in a clearance of constant thickness is described by the Laplace equation formulated in polar coordinates. The pressure distribution is obtained by a substitution which involves a complex potential and theta functions. An exact VY solution is obtained (Eq.(Il) ) but a more convenient approximation is derived by replacing the theta function with rapidly converging series. The thrust of the bearing is formulated and the power required for the pump supplying the lubricant is derived. The Card 1/2 84055 s/147/6o/oOO/003/Oi4/ol8 Elql/E48i Contribution to the Theory of Flat Thrust Bearings With Forced Lubrication results of some computations are graphically reproduced in Fig.2 to 5. For a feeding hole radius of 2% of the bearing radius, the pump power has a pronounced minimum when the holes are located at about half the bearing radius in the absence of a central hole and at about 0.75 of the bearing radius when the central hole radius is half the baaring radius. In both cases a large number of feeding holes, up to (approximating an annulus) 20, is beneficial. The pump power increases with the radius of the internal hole and is least with a solid pad. Fig.5 shows the optimum pitch circle diameter for the feeding holes as a function of the ratio of the inside and outside diameters of an annular pad. The theory presented holds only for laminar conditions which are usually found in practice. There are 5 figures and 3 referencess I Soviet and 2 English. ASSOCIATIONt Moskovskiy aviatsionnyy institut Kafedra AD-1 (Moscow Aviation Institute, Chair AD-1) SUBMITTED% March 4, 1960 Card 2/2 2. usm (6oo) 4--9 Agriculture -7. Primary treatment of cattle. Moskva, Pishchepromizdatj 1952. 9. Monthly List of.Russian Accessions, Library of Congress. January -1953. Unclassified 107-57-6-43157 AUTHOR: Shashin, Yu. A~~Direct-Reading Capacitance Meter TITLE: (Izmeritell yemkosti s pryamyrn otschetom) PERIODICAL: Radio, 1957, Nr 6, pp 50-51 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Capacitance measurements are usually made by the ballistic method. The Soviet INE-1 capacitance meter and many foreign maters are based on this method. A radio-amateur self -constructed type capacitance meter described in the article is also based on the same principle. The meter has- four measur- ing ranges: 0-100 micromicrofarads, 0-1,000 micromicrofarads, 0-0.01 microfarads, and 0-0. 1 microfarads. The galvonometer is calibrated directly in capacitance units. A multivibrator, using two 6PIP type tubes, serves as a charge -discharge switch. Its repetition rate varies from 100 to 100,000 pulses per second. A circuit diagram with all parts data is presented. There are three figures. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 1/1 SHASHIN. Yu.; GLINKYA, Te. Tim relay for photographic printing. Soy. foto 17 no.12:43-46 .D '57o (MIRA 11:1) (Photograph.v-Printing processes) SFUSHIN, Tu. Synchronization of the flash lamp. Sovaoto 18 no.11:48-49 N 158. (MIRA 11:12) (Photography. Flashlight) SHLSHIN, Turiy Vasiltyevich; VOLKOVITSKIY~ K.Ye.,, red.; SHIROKOVA, I ~~ I [Electronics in photograpbyl Elektranilm v fotografii. Y4- skva, Gos. energ..izd-vo, 1961. 79 p. (Massavaia radio- bibliotaka, no.424) (MIRA 15:4) (Photograpby-Electronic equipment) L -33265-65 WT (m) IEWA (d ) ITIW I&P (b) KMIJD ACCESSTO-11 NR- AP5005104 M129/651000/002/004410046 AUTHOR: Bron, D. T.; Levites, 1. 1.; Shashina, M. N. TITLE: Recrystallization of SD-KhG". eel during high-temperature thermomechanical treatment SOURCE: Metallovedeniye i termicheskaya obrabotka metallov, no. 2, 1965, 44-46 TOPIC TAGS: thermomechanical treatment, steel recrystallization, steel heat treat- ment, austenite recrystallization, fptigue strength / _55KhGR steel AMTRACT, The authVg *Investigated the kinetics of austenite recryst-allization in 55X1iGR sprigg steeCTO.5.71 C; 1.03'~ Mn; 1.14 Cr; 0.0037% B; 0.0577 Ti-I 0.36% SO during high-temperature:thermomechanicaI treatment. The specimens were heated at 900, 950, 1000, an4 1100r, rolled in one pass with reductions of 5, !5, 25, azid 5r, and oil quenched. The intervai between completion of i1jenching was 1-3 eec. Recrv,3railizazion of the austenite occurred during h1g.- t pernture rhermomechanIca! rreatment- of the steel at 95G-ilOoC. Deforma-iur, at wi, not icc-mpnni-~I ),v of a,,jsLcn1tt-. n ,t rpdlictions above 0e crir'c,,1 I, 2 33265-65 ACCESSION NR: AP5005104 but caused collective recrystallization in the critical range of reductions. De- formation at 1050-1100C produ-ed collective recrystallization for all degrees Qf reductions. The rate, of oil and water quenching had no effecc on the aljsLenitlc grain size. The maximial fatigue strength was achieved after recrystallization treatment, whereas collective recrystallization markedly lcwered tl.-- fatigue atreagth of 55KhGR steel. Crig. art, has-, I table and 2 figures. ASSOCICION: NTTTAvtoprom SUMIITTED: 00 ENCL., 00 SUB CODE: M NO REF SOV: 007 OTHER: 002 Card 2/2 BMTUX, N.G., dotsent; SHASHIMA, P.I., ordinator. Iffective use of novocaim block for the cervical and superior thoracic g&qglia In treating arythmatous chroniosepsts. Test. My-Je '55. (MLRA 8:10) 1. Iz Kiyevskogo kozhno-venerologicheskogo instituta. (MOVOCAIKA) (LUPUS) SHASHINA, S. F., Cand. Medic. Sci. (diss) "On Pathogenesis and Treatment of Severe "obturatelonniy" Intestinal Obstruction.. (Experimental Investigation)," Alma-Ata, 1961, 20 pp. (Kazakh Med. Inst.) 300 copies (XL SUDP 12-61, 290). jTORSUYEVj Nikolay Favlovicbj STUPISHIN, A.V., prof., otv, red.; SHASHINA, V.N., red. (Karst of the Onega-Korthern Dvina interfluve; the p)Wsicogeographical characteristics of the karst in the north of the East European Plain] Karst Onego-Severo- dvinskogo mezhdurechliaj opyt fiziko-geograficheskoi kharakteristiki karsta Severa. russkoi ravnirq. Kazant, Izd-vo Kazanskogo univ., 196/+. 100 p. (MIRA 17:11) SAYKINO Semen Fedorovich;_SUSHINA,,V.N~p red.; VEPRIMEROV, N.N., [Water-oil contact and certain bydromechanical metbods for determining its position) Vodoneftianoi kontakt i ne- kotorye gidromekhanicheekie metody opredeleniia ego po- lozheniia. Kamm', Izd-vo Kazanskogo univ., 1964. 163 p. (MIIIA J-91-4: I.IITVEYEV, VitalLy fliko~a~fevich~ FLATIVEYEll, Nikolay Mikhaylovich; red.; fEEK, T.N.., red. [Pt,--)blems in mthematics] Sbornik zadach po matematike. Kazan', lzd-vo Kazanskogo univ., 1965. 145 P. (MIRA 18:7) It WWIRM/JWD IJP(c) - Vjt/ 04131.661-0004 016/ O09W0092 -A?6'030601 nURCZ TODEF INVENTORs Golubovs, A. V.; Yeremina, Ysi N.; Slyograkovs, K.- ASS Bezborodko, Go Lol Kitnert Is F,; Shashinag Ve P9 ORGs none -AV TITLEs Preparative method for st rene ajrZlonitriJ copolymeral Class 39g No* 185055 SOURCEI lsobreteniya, promyshlonnyye obrastsyg toyarnyye znakL, so@ 16, 19660 92 TOPIC TAGSs styronapacrylonitrilajcopolymorg suspension copolyueriaa~- tion, nitrile rubber# impapt resistant material ABSTRACTs An Author Certificate has been Issued for a method for preparing styrone-seryloni.trilescopo.lyners,, To import impact to the plasticised product$ the monomers are copolynerined to soopeatzou 10Z altrile vubbere. In the proseae~ of 3 SUB d0li. III $VIM DATto 13Apr62/, Card 1/1 90cs 678.146,22-Ii9 --SHA33HINA, Ye. I. "Agrometeorological Conditions Governing the Growth and Development of Winter Crops During the Spring-Summer Period in the Irrigated Territory Near the Kuybyshev Hydroelectric Development". Trudy Tsentr. in-ta Prognozov. No 29, pp 93-105, 1953. Treatment is given of the results of observations of 14 meteorological stations in the region of the Kuybyshev hydroelectric development for the period 1936-1950., namely on air temperatures precipitation., insufficiency of saturation (at 13W hours), and soil moisture for three main interphasal perioda of development: (1) from resumption of vegetational activity to emergence of stems; (2) from emergence of stems to flowering and (3) from flowering to time of waxy ripeness. (RZhGeol, No 10, 1955) SO: Sum No 884, 9 Apr 1956 SHARRINA,Te.I. .................. .................. .1 Agricultural meteorological conditions of growth and develop- ment of winter crops during the spring and summer seasons in the irrigated region of the Kuybyshev hydroelectric development. Trucly TSIP no.29:93-105 155. (MIRA 8:6) (Kuybyshev Hydroelectric Power Station region-Crops wid climate) SHASHIRINAII M. t. - ~ - ~ .... ...... Structural organization of the superior cervical sympathetic: ganglion in cats. Arkh. anat. gist. i embr. 45 no.9&59-64 SI-63 (MIU .17 23) 1. TSentral"naya naucbno-idsledovatellska-ya laboratoriya (zav. kand. med. nauk E.M. Kogan, nauabnyy rukovoditelt raboty - prof. T.A. Grigortyeva) 2-go Moskovskogo gosudarstvennogo me- ditsinskogo instituta imeni Pirogova. Adres avtora: Moskva, G-48, Mala-ya Firogovska-ya uliteal 1. 2-y Gosudarstvenny meditsinakiy institut. TSentraltnaya naucbno-iseledovatell- skaya laboratoriya. SHASHKIK. A.;ZUBCHIVSKIT, 0. #0" 7-"-W--WWKr lastening hoops without rivets. Moloch, prom. 18 no.4:39-40 157. (KLRA 10:4) 1. Smelyanskly molochnokonaerynyy sayod. (Coopers and cooperage) SHASHKIN, A. Straightening a navigation route, Rech. transp. 23 no.1:40 .Ta 164, (MIRA 18tll) ACC NRi AP7000359 souRcz CODE-. uR/o413/o6/0OG/022j012>ju14.), INVENTOR: Shnitko, T*~A.; Shashkin, A. A.; Stepanova, 0. P. ORG: none s 42, -No TITLE: Line ar-accele ration pi ckup. Clas 188766 SOURCE: Izobreteniya, pon.Vshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znak'i, no. 22, 1966, 125 TOPICTAGS: acceleration measurement,', linear acceleration, accelerometer ..-ABSTRACT: This Author Certificate' introduces a linear-acceleration pickup which i has:a,spring-loaded inertial mass a~damping block, bellows,-woxking fluid.iand's, Fig. 1. 1 - Inertial mas s;2--bimetallic claups; 3 section clamps; 4 frame. Card 12 UDC: 531-768.681.2. .083.8 ACC NRz AP7000359 potentiometer slip ring. The damping block is composed of inertial mass with rigidly mounted bimetallic clamps interacting with the section clamps, which with the frame form a variable circular slot. This design provides a constant damping coefficient automatically inspite of temperature changes in the surrounding media (see Fig. 1). Orig. art. has: 1 figure. So com: 14/ SUBM DATE. 230ct65/ ATD PRESS: 5108 Card 2/2 SEFASMN.--aUskeazdr-.Lvanovicb4-ZERNOV, S.A., red.; MAKRUSHINA, A.H., red.izd-va; BODROTA, V.A., (Handbook for members of a hydrographic survey party] Spra- vochnik; takhniks izyskatellskoi partii. Koskva. Izd-vo "Rechnoi transport," 1960. 382 p. (KIRA 13:10) (Hydrographic surveying--Handbooks, manuals, ate.) SHASHKIN, A. M. - Comprehensive reconditionir4r of humps. Put' i put. khoz. no.3:n-12 '63. (MIRA 16:4) 1. Zamestitell nachallnika distanteii Batraki, Kuybyahewakoy dorogi. (Railroads-Hump yardo) -..- SHASHKIN., A.. S-. - Avtomatchik. Eoskva, Oborongiz, 1944. 76 p. illus. (Bibliotechka novogo rabochego avistsionnoi promyshlennosti). Bibliography: p. (4) Automatic lathe operator. DLC: TJ1218.55 SO: ~Ihnufacturing and Mechanical Engineering in the Soviet Union, Library of Congress, 1953. , . 4 1 rt'--A. D-. !W.-,HAN'Ir,-kL ENGINEERING Use of hydro-mechanical sectional diagrams in the set-up and e>T.A-oitation of 5emi- automatic internal grinders. Podshipnik no. 5, 1952. 9. MONTHLY LIST OF RU3SIAN VCE3SIMAO, ibrary of Congress, October 1952. Uncl. SHASHKIN, A. S., (Ing.) Ing. A. S. Shashkin, nInvestigation of a Mechanism with Dwell.0 paper presented at the 2nd All-Union Conf. on O'undamental Problems in the Theory of Machines and liechkniams,, Moscov,, USSR., 24-28 March 1958. SHAWDUll.-A.S. dote., kand. takha. nauk I Generalized kinematics of gear-cutting machines. Izv.vyao uchib.z&v.-,mashinpptr. no.2:8-13 '58. (KML 11:12) 1. Moskovskiy avtomekbanicheekly institute (Gear-cutting vAchines) SFASHKIN. nd.ten-n.nauk, -lots. Designing hydraulic speed control considering it as an automa- tic control system with feedback.',-.l.v7:j.sbko17; nagh.i Drib. no.2:174-182 158. (MIRA 12:10) 1. Predstavleno, Imfedroy "Obrabotka metallov razaniyan, stanki i Instrument" Moskovskogo avtomekhanichankogo instituta. (Hydraulic control) 3-518-3-16/32 AUTHOR s~-5_ XAnn~e;!~ovlaWYe. Gf', Nikulin, N.S., Shashkin, A.S., Shuvalov Yu.A., DotsentB and Candidates or T-e_c~hnical Sciences TITLE: Ways of Improving the Teaching Process (Puti sovershenst- vovaniya uchebnogo protsessa) Sow Considerations on the Training Course in Metal-Cutting Machine Tools (Nekotoryye soobrazheniya o kurse metallorezhushchikh stankov) PERIODICAL: Vestnik Vysshey Shkoly, 1958, Nr 3, pp 63 - 65 (USSR) ABSTRACTs For the purpose of rationalizing the teaching process, the above named authors have made the attempt to utilize a maximum of generalizations in lectures on metal-cutting machine tools. The trial proved successful. New, methodical and scientific principles for preparing lectures permit the study of machine tools according to a unified plan. Tho structural analysis - the basis of a course - defines the structure of every lecture. Visual aids are not excluded, but they serve only as auxili- ary material for the lecturer. Principally the lecture is built on maximum generalizations. These are: kinematical. shaping of surfaces, the theory of kinematic chains, schematiz- ing the work of mechanisms, explaining the hydraulic outfit Card 1/2 of machine tools by means of structural sweep, and the appli.- 3-58-3-16/32 Ways of Improving the Teaching Process. Some Considerations on the Train- ing Course in Metal-Cutting Machine Tools cation of structural kinematic schemes. ASSOCIATIONt Moskovskiy poligrafiche8kiy institut (Moscow Polygraphic Institute) Moskov8kiy avtomekhanicheskiy institut (Moscow Automechanic Institute) Moskovskiy vecherniy mashinostroitell nyy institut (Moscow Evening Machine-Building Institute) AVAILLBLE: Library of Congress Card 2/2 SOV-113-58-5-5/10, AUTHOR: Candidate of Technical Science3 TITLE: Structural Analyses of the Hydrosystem of the Automobile (Strukturnyye razvertki gidrosistemy avtomobilya) PERIODICAL: Avtomobil'nayapromyshlennost', 1958, Nr 9, PP 13-15 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The author thinks that former analyses and designs of the hydrosystem in automobiles, especially trucks and buses are hard for repair men and drivers to understand. He thinks that clearer and more understandable layouts should be made for the benefit of those who have to handle these cars. It is pointed out that such attempts have been nade abroad (Ford). Model schemes of the hydromechanical. scheme of the trans- mission are presented and discussed in detail. There are 4 sketches and 5 3oviet references. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy avtomekhanicheskiy institut (The Moscow Auto- mechanical Institute) 1. Automobiles--Design 2. Hydraulic,systems--Structural analysis Card 1/1 FEW I BOOK MCFWITATIOff SOV/4092 Shashkin., Aleksandr Semenovich .Gidrosistemy sovremennykh mashin (Modern Machine Hydraulics) Moscov, Trudrezervizdat, 1959- 111. p, (Series: Novaya tekhniks, i peredovyye ,metody truda) 7,000 copies printed. Scientific Ed.: M.M. Kuznetsoy, Candidate of Technical Sciences., Docent; Ed.: I.F. Sokollskiy; Tech. Ed.: V.I. Sushkevich. PURKBE: This booklet is intended for teachers and schoolmasters associated vith the professional and technical education system. It may also be useful Ao engineers and skilled personnel in industry. COVERAGE: Hydraulic systems used in modern machine manufacturing and in the mechanization and automation of production processes are described. The ex- planation of the structural forms of hydraulic systems aids the reader in un- derstanding arrangements of my complexity. The author analyzes the systems of hydraulic actuation of modern metal-cutting machine.toolff and presses, automobiles, road-building, construction and farm machinery, and the hydrau- lic systems of machines and devices used in other fields of production. Data Card 1/3 Modern Machine Hydraulics, SOV/4092 on the international standardization of the basic hydraulic systems are given. I The preface to this booklet was vritten by Professor A.I. Voshchinin, Doctor of Technical Sciences. There are 10 references: 8 Soviet and 2 English. TABLE OF CCKTENTS: Preface 3 Role of hydraulic systems in the autamation of production 5 Hvdraulie actuatlon*and hydraulic systems 10 Hydraulic mechanismA and apparatus 12 Application of fluid motors 29 Fluid clutches and torque converters 35 Hydraulic systems of metal-cutting machine tools 41 Tracing and programming 'with hydraulic actuation 53 HydrstLlic $"two of presses 64 Hydraulie'autamobile drives 75 of road-building, construction and farm machines 8o Hydraulic system of airplanes 85 Hydraulic systen of milchines and apparatus in various fields of production 88 Card 2/3 Modern Machine HydrmLUcs SOV/409k, Practical analysis and synthesis of hydraulic sy4tew 90 Use of electrobydraulic analogies in studying thi dynamics of hydraulic .systems 92 Appendix. International Standardization of the Principle Hydraulic I schalies 96 1. UnIoMing circuits 97 2. Devices for pre6sure distribution in :.-.dr&uUc circuits 98 3. Circuits of iy&-aulic actuation with speed control 100 4. Circuits with hydraulic accumulators 10,-, -5. kressure-booster hydraulic circuits 105 6. Hydraulic circuits for an esteblished, sequence of operations io6 T- Synchronizing hydraulic circuits 108 8. Hydraulic circuits vith pilot valves 105) 9. Hydraulic circuits with fluid motors 110 Ad. Hydraulic locking devices 132 B:LblJLogr sphy AVAILABLE:. Library of Congress (W840wB44) VK/rem/gwp Card-3/3 8-17-6D .-SHASHKIN., A.S. Synthesis of flat gear-lever meeba"i with idle periods of the member mollrizi a complete revolutIon. Trudy Inst.mash.Sem.po teor.mash. 22 no.88:71-90 161. (ILIRA 14:11) (Mecbanical movements) "RiAsHM, AlekOWAr SmwnwjUh;SHUVALOV, Tu.A.., prof... retsenzent; BAIAIMINj, A.F.., red. izd-va; SHOROVA., G.V.., tekhn. red. (Structural analysis of the elements of metal-cutting machine tools]StrukturiWi analiz elementov metallorezhushchikh stankov. Moskva, Mashgiz., 1962, 262 p. (MIRA 15-12) (Machinery, Kinematics of) (Machine tools) SHASHKIN, A. S. Synthesis of a lever-gear mechanism with stops. Teor, mash. i mekh. no.94/95:88-110 163. (KERA 16:11) SHASRKIN, A.B., kand, tekhn. nauk, dotsent Shaping surfaces of higher orders. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; mashi- nost-r. no.3-.36-44 165. (PUPA 18:6) 1. Moskovskiy avtomekhanicheskiy institut. KUZNETSOV, M.M.; SIIASfffIN A 3 - ZUYEV, V~D.p inzh., retsenzent.; KUNINJI 17-ft., :Irlzyl,, re , [Operation and adjustment of hydrau-'Ac syst.ems of machine tools] Ekspluatatsila i naladka gidrisistem metallorezhu- shchikh starikov. Moskva, Mashinostroenieg 1965. 339 P. (Ml,~U 18:4) A~C NRI AP7003059 ~A) SOURCE CODE- IJR1012il6710001661-100681(070 AUTHORS: Zotova,:. L. K. (Candidate of technical sciences, Docent); (Candidate of technical sciences); Gellfond, A. S. (Engineer) ORG: none TITLE: New chip-breaking mechanisms for turning lathes SOMICE: Vestnik.mashinostroyeniya, no. 1, 1967, 68-70 TOPIC TAGS: lathe, cutting tool, high speed metal cutting, alloy, steel/ T5K10 alloyo IK62 lathe, 1Kh18NqT steels 2Kh13 steel, 40KK steel, 30KhGSWA steel ABSTRACT: Gear-and-lever chip-breaking mechanisms for lathes are described. The breaking method used here was described earlier by L. K. Zotova, A. S. Shashkin, and A. S. Gellfond (Universal' e struzhkolomatellnyye mekhanizmy dlya tokarnykh stankov. M, GOSINTI, No. 21--64-76378y, 1964). The mechanisms provide diverse and controllable rules for cutting-tool feed (see Fig. 1). Control tests were performed with TWO hard alloy and with M109T, M13, 40Kh, and 30KhGSNA steels. It was found that intermittent cutting ensured reliable a-ad stable chip breaking over a fairly wide range of ma6hinable materials, cutting conditions, and, tool geometry. High-speed turning with the use of the described mechanisms provides safer operating conditions, since the chips are obtained in the-form of short, coiled spirals. The mechanism Dermits the lathe to be switched from intermittent to continuous cutting. Application Card ACC NRs AP7003850 Fig. le of these mechanisms does not interfere with the general-purpose operation of a lathe when properly designed. Orig. art. has: 2 formlas, 2 diagramsp and 3 graphs. SUB CODE: 13/ SON DATE: none/ ORIG REP: 005 Card Pedagogical council of a trade school. Prof.-tekh.obr. 11 no.q: 3-4 D 154. (MLRA 8:1) 1. Direktor gornopromWehlennogo uchilishcha No. 5 (Voroshilov- graftkaya oblast'). (Technical educat ion) SWMaN, G. IRnOTater methods for foramen. Prof.-takh.ebr.13 n9.6:16-17 Jo 156, (K2A 9:9) 1.RukOToditall STerdl~TMkogo kustOT090 metodichookege ob"yedi- nenlya, Vereshilovgradekaya ablast'. (Sverdlevok--Coal mines and mining-Study and teaching) SHASHKIN, G.F., innh.; CUMTY-AKOV, U.N., Innh. Assembly of a heating system with glue. Vod.i san.tekh. no-5: 35-36 ~0, 162 jGluing) (Hot-water heating) (MIFA 15.7) SHASHKIN, I.A., inzh. - . Wood packing for hydraulic presses and pumps. (Nauch. trudy] N3XMASha 6;70-80 163, (MIRA 16:9) ........ . . (Packing (Mechanical engineering)) (Hydraulic presses) (Pumping machinery)