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6700/2 5h9 5111e*A 1 . 0 0 /4(0 lb 41 sluslim%, K. New method of tibiotarsal arthrodesis. Eksper.khir. 5 no. 3:3-8 my-je 260. (MIRA 14: 1) (BONES-TUBERCULOSIS) (MTKLESURGERY) SEM."WITS1 I.; SHISHKA, K.; GUPKA, M.; VOLIF, Yi-l.; SIMERCILIG.'sKlY, V.; SIRIORRER, M. IPanctional parameters of an apparatus made in Gzechoslovakia for artificial blood circulation. Eksp.kUr.i anest. 6 no.3:13--20 161. (MlM 14:10) (Punsiou Fmfp (UMT)) GUBKA, M.;_SHISHKA _,K ; SHMOVITS, I.; SMRECHANSKIY, V.; SHNORER, M. -2 Protection of the nqocardium in cardiac arrest during intre.cardiac intementions with artificial circulation. Khirurgiia 38 ra.5: 17-25 MY 162. (NIRA 1-4:0') 1. Iz otdoloniya eksperimentallnoy khim-gii (zav. - akad. K. Shishka) Instituta eksperimentallnoy meditsiny Slovatskoy akademii nauk. (HUM, ?AILURE) (HKART-MUSCLE) (BLOOD-CIRCULATION, ARTIFICIAL) SHISHKA, K.; S11-DIKOVIIS, I., GLTDK-k:, M.,; SH120"IM"SKIY; "T.-, SANORRER, M. I -- ---- Experience af:,-Vixed in LT-,:ro-er-,[ Irj- T*.hp use of an artificial heart and lungs. Trudy Ihst.-2kI-F,i gamat. AN Gruz. SSSR 10213-23 162, (MM 1632) (PERFUSION PIRIF (MART)) (CARDIOVASCULIR SYST&I-SURMY) SEMOVITS, I.; BOLIF, Yu.; �HISHP, K.; GUBKA, M.; SMRECHANSKIY, V.; SHNORRER, M.; ZMA, P. Apparatus fo G2yech design for artificial blood circulation. Trudy Inst.eksp.i klim.khir.i gemat. AN Gruz.SSR lOs25-34 162. (MIRA 16:2) (CZECIIOSLOVAKIA-PERFUSION FIRIF (-TIEART)) S M-,CHANSKIYI, V.; _ SHISIMA, K,_LSIIDIKOVITS, I.; SHNORRER, M.; GUBKA, M. I Some perfusion problems in artificial blool circulation. Trudy Inst.eksp.i klin.kbi i gemat. AN Gruz.SSR 10:35-42 162. (MIRA 16:2) (PMUSION PUMP (HMT)) GUBU, M.; SHISHKA, K.; SHDM TS^ 1.5 SMRECRUSKY, V.5 SITORRER, M. Protection of the myr-,cardium during the prevalence of asystole in an intracardiac operation by the use of the appaprtus for artificial blood circulation. Trady Inst.eksp.i klin.khir. i gemat. AN Gruz.SSSR 10,.57-65 262. (MIRA 16:2) (IMM-SURGERY) (BLOOD -GIRGUIATION,ART-IFICIAL) GUBKAI M.; SHISHKA, K.; SHMKOVITS, I.; SMRECHANSKIY, V.; SHNORRER, M. Care of the patient following a heart operation with the use of artificial blood circulation. Trudy Inst.eksp.i klin khir. i garmt. A11 Ortv.SSR 10167-72 16,16 NIRA 16:2) (HEART-SURGERY) (BLOOD.-CIRCULvION, ARTIFICIAL) '%r=TOPERATM CARE) DOBRIYANIN, A.; ._SHISHKALOVp A. Results of inoculations against tularemia in Brest Province. Zdrav. Belor. 6 no. 10:53-54 0 160. (MIRA 13:10) 1. Iz brestskoy ob1sanepidstantsii. (BREST PROVINGEE-TULAREMIA-PREVENTIVE, INOCULATION) SHISHKAI-JOV,A.V., inzhener Lergthming gravity water supply lines used by railroads. Tekh. zhel.dor. 7 no.1:25-26 Ja 148. (MLRA 8;11) (Railroads--Water supply) -SHISHKAINOV, A.V. (Baku) ~iore attention to asbestos-cement water pipelines. Vod. i san. teZA. no.7:26-27 JI 161. (MIRA 14~-7) (Water pipes) (Pipe, Asbestos-cement) SHISHKANOV. G.F., inzhener, Precast foundations for swelling soils. Trudy Khab.IIT no."I., 212-223 154. (MLIRA 8:1) (Bridges--Foundations and piers) SdISHKAIIOV~ G.F., inzhener3 MOVEYEV, V.D., aspirant. On laying foundations on frozen ground. Trudy Khab.IIT n0,9:77-86 356. (KMA 9 -. 12) (Foundations) (Frozen ground) D&NILOVSKA.YA, L.I., inzhener; H&TVF.YEV, V.D.; SHISEZOOV, G.F. .. ~~ -. , - -- ~. --.- -- Experience with 'building pr6cast slab houses on shallow foundations. Trudy Khab.IIT no.9!87-93 1 -16. OUM 9-12) (Foundations) (Precast concrete construction) ,, V.M.,, SNEZHKO, O.V.; SHISHKA140V G V. GONCHAROV, Yu.M.; KIM ---- Classification of methods of construction in areas of wide."pread. permafromt. Osn., fund.i makh.grun, 4 no.2t26 162. (MIRA 15-8) (Frozen ground) (Foundations) KIM, M.V.; SHISHKVIOV, G.F. Draftina instructions for the design and construction of pile foundations 0 in permafrost soils. Stroi. v raion. Vost.Sib. i Krain.Sev. no-3:3-13 162. kMIRA 17:12) SPISM,A.Ei7~7. C.. kand. tekhn. nauk. xpHrlmental construction of large panel or, pile found.ations. -hil. stroi. no.11'.17-19 161, ~'MIIRA 18.-2) D ORO IT, OV., D. 1- 1 Sr' IT G I -V~. X'ft~ct C;l ~-,ipp-'ementar- - - . - I y ft;-"]J-zat4:,n -~jith cul'i M~nj,.ne.3e on .L,,5 :_;r 31rlc~' v -.-P ~,,,~tosynthetils ~~n Tz~,:,~Il nl~./-~2-:-- 32 363, (MIRA !8s'L) SHISHKAHOV, 1. First steps. Mast.ugl. 9 no.1:7-8 Ja 16o. (MIRA 13:8) 1. Sakretarl P8trolskogo rayonnogo komitets Ukrainy, g. Stalina. t:1 (Donets Basin--Coal mines and mining) (Communist Party of the Soviet Union--Par~y work) OSIP'D-NKO, T., otborshchitsa; RAZBITSIMVA, A., vagonetchitsa; PASUISKAYA, M., vagonetchitsa; KALININA, M., sadchitea; MOSHAROVA, S., sadchitea; SIDOROVA, S., inzh.;po ratsionalizatsii; SHIMANOVA, L. Mechanization , the homemade way. Rabotnitsa 37 no.7:15 ii 159. (MIRA 13:1) (Moscow--Brick industry) SHISHKANU., G.V. Effect of 6he pH soil on the functions of leaves in apple trees. Vop.fiziol.i biokhim.kallt.rast. no.liSO-89 162. (MM -16:1) (Plants, Effect of bWdrogen-ion concentration on) (Apple) SjT IS H I I. 19991 SHTSHKAR07 I. Mis dolzhny rabotat' rentabe l1no. Selkhoz-vo Tadzhikishana, 19119, No. ') S. fL5-49- SO: LFTOPIS 7HUMNAL STATM, Vol. 27, ?Joskva, 190. SHISHKARNV, V.A. (Novosibirsk) Allowing for misalinaments in reading -Urack indicator tapes. Put' i put. khoz. no.2:28 F 157. (MLRA 10:4) (Railr,ads-Track) iACC NR1 AR6 )035428 SOURCE CODE: UR/O137/66/ooo/ooq/IO76/io(6' ~_AUTHOR: Golovin, S. A.; Mokrov, A. P.; Shishkhanoy, T. S.; Zapol', Yu. N. -T TITLE: Study of physical and mechanical'properties of deformed and annealed molybdenurq !SOURCE: Ref. zh. Metallurgiya, Abs. 91513 ;1REF SOURCE; Sb. Proiz-vo stali i splavov i vliyaniye obrabotki na ikh svoystva. Tula,j 1965, 36-41 1 TOPIC TAGS: molybdenum, metal deformation, annealing, x ray scattering, metal rollingp crack propagation, metal hardening, metal aging, metal recrystallization .ABSTRACT: The authors studied the change in the microstructure, the mechanical (0b, H-, 6) and physical properties (distortions of the second kind 6a/a in the [110000] direc tion, and dimensions of the regions of coherent scattering of x rays) of molYbden:m I ;a function of the annealing temperature (300 - 1100') at different rolling thickness:" (1.2 and 6 mm). At the instant of deformation by rolling, large microstresses developp the magnitude of which in strongly deformed regions can exceed the ab of the material.1 1-1he microcracks or microscopic incipient cracks which are produced in this manner can ! ,be one of 'the causes of the stratification of the rolled section, With increasing an- Inealing temperature of the deformed molybdenum, hardening of the metal is observed in Ithe interval 400 - 500* and is attributed to the deformation aging. Above -6000, up !to -the recrystallization temperature, intense weakening is obsenred. With decreasing Ithickness of the rolled section, the temperature of the recrystallizatior. drops (from .1/2 uDc: 669.28:' 62o.17 ;,_Card--- '-ACC NR, AR6035428--- 1000 to 8500). in the recrystallized molybdenum, one observes separation of brittle phases which apparently are compounds of the impurities (C) N) with the Molybdenum, 7-he presence of such phases can also lead to microscopic incipient cracks during the process of hot rolling of the sheetp the unequal coefficient of thermal ex- pansion of the matrix and of the phase. 1. Tulupova (Translation of abstract] SUB CODE: J-1 CODE 37/66/000/009/0023/023 R h t~ M, K. G. ; Suriadi F. S. - increased hydrogen content 9c,',6 t &.1, 11. 4. YQ br 0 7 C) r o - ob tki na rlikh avoystva. TO I` C hydra- ( T!,! -ed ucedblf e 93-t-641 tita-,,~iwlm S,)CL,-L! -%,j-oo no. -)L and -21C C, 3:0-, Yt ic i-~C)n u,::, d 0 ~i C w e re al 1 hy(-)-.-,ate,; %fitli of 9--.905 purLty' < 2 ',,'L!3 of' tioistture. Ilie optimal hidr-atior~ --oUdition Was 11F,,.!~.Ly ryaratiorl lv-erlDeratlr,~ 650', soe:-,ing aL this f I ov Z, E. i r -ar. E-- c 11 c~ -,, a~b 3 Orpt -I, P-1-cl caol-,nG in air at. e. lvlov of < 0.5 2 r,-.3 4,z" Ln-.r,--)du--t-ion of tl-,ese ccaditions in industry I-ms ~:nsured Production o-,,~ kith a stable hydlro~:,.2n -content of 33-2 -- 3-985, anj ilas P.1 a I t , A. S~-,,-,eleva; of abstract] SUB C~r ~ d -------UDC- -669-29-5-4-- ACC NR: A R70046 82 SOURCE CODE; IJR/0277/66/000/010/0019/0019 AUTIIOI~: Golovin, S. A. ; Mokrov, A. P.; Shishkhanov, T. S.; Zapol', Yu. N. TITLE: Study of the physical and mechanical properties of formed and annealed i-nolybdenum SOURCE: Ref. zh. MashinostroitelInyye materialy, konstruktsii i raschet detaley r-n-ashin. Gidroprivod. Abs. 10.48.116 REF SOURCE: Sb. Proiz-vo stali i splavov i vliyaniye obrabotki na ikh svoystva. -41. Tula, 19G5, 36 TOPIC TAGS: molybdenum, metal physical property, molybdenum micro structure, molybdenum physical property, molybdenum mechanical property ABSTRACT: Changes in the microstructure, physical and mechanical properties ":3. 'N of molybdenum as a function of annealing temperature ranging oin 300 to 1100 C were studied for various gages of rolled material (1. 2 and 6 mm). There are five illustrations and a bibliography of 3 titles. [DW] E7---,,-i i~-` A t; o n &' " (-! SUB CODE: 13 / Card UDC: 669.28 L 2682-66 EWT(M)/EPF(c)/EWP(t)/EVJP(b) IJP(c) JD ACCESSION NR! AT5022897 UR/2M,/65/000/0043/0135/0139 AUTHOR: Teplenko, V. G.; Kudinova._K,___G.; Shishkhanov, T. S. TITLE: Production technology of the h drid of titanium and calcium -7 SOURCE: Hoscow. Tsentral'nyy nauchno-issledovatel Iski institut chernoy Eetal-._ jurgii, Sbornik trudov, no. 43, 1965. Poroshkovaya metallurgiya (Powder metal- 06~lurgy), 135-139 qq, -j T !: TOPIC TAGS: hydride, titanium, calcium, powder metallurgy, hydrogen ABSTRACT: Techniques for the production of CaH and TiH2, developed by the La- 2 boratory o~,,, Powder Metallurgy, Central Scientific Research Institute of Ferrous Metallurgy', iii described. '.iormally, CaH2 is produced in the following sequence: crushing of 45-50 kg blocks of double-distilled calcium metal into small (-150 mm) lumps of arbitrary shape by means of a 50-ton hydraulic press; cbarg- ing of these lumps (which weigh -2 kg each) into a stainless steel retort which is then hermetically covered; evacuation of air from the retort, connection of the retort to a water supply line via a rotametex; and placement of the retort in a furnace heated to 600%. Within 30-40 min afterward the-period of rapid Cc. rd 1 /3 -'-L 2682 -66-- ACCESSION NR: AT5022897 absorption of hydrogen by calcium sets in, following the reaction: Ca + H - CaH + 195.1 kilo-Joules (46.6 kcal/mole). 2 2 J Since the reaction between Ca and H is known to c--cur more completely at 300- 2 400% than at 800'C, the temperature of saturation with H mentally was experi reduced to 400-500*C on directly charging the entire calcium metal block into the retortwithout first crusbing the calcium. To reduce the amount of fused CaR 29 the consumption Of H2 in the subsequent experiments was lowered to 1.5 m /hr. Ultimately, it was thus foun4 possible to increase the yield of acceptable CaH2- to 987., while increasing the burden per retort to two 45-50 kg blocks of Ca metal This new technique dispenses with the preliminary cruslnirg of Ca blocks., As for TiH it is produced with the same equipment as above. The titanium subjected to 2 saturation with R is taken in the form of either powder or sponge (wastes of the 2 thermal reduction of magnesium). It was experimentally established that the pro- cess of the saturation of Ti with H in the furnace can be safely reduced from 6 to 1 hr and, further, that adjusting the saturation temperature to 500*C and the rate of delivery of hydrogen to 4 m3/hr makes it possible greatly to increase C.,d 2 /3 L 2682-66 ACCESSION NR: AT5022897 furnace productivity and reduce power consumption~ Orig. art. has: 3 tables. ASSOCIATION: none SUBMITTED: 00 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE: M, IE NO REP SOV! 006 OTHER: 001 313 Card SHISHKIN, A., veterinary vrach. Prophylaxis and treatment of animalswith a calcium hy-pochlorite solution in Infectious and parasitic keratoconjmctivitie. Vete- rinariia 33 no.11:412-43 N '56. (MLRA. 9:11) 1. Veterinarnyy otdel ispolkoms. Moskovskogo gorsoveta. (Eye--Diseases and defects) (Calcium hypochlorite) (Veterinary medicine) SHISIaIN, A. Rally of students and personnel of the vocational and technic-al schools of Estonia. Prof.-tekh.obr. 19 no.1:7 Ja 162. (IIIIU 15:1) 1. Nachallnik Glavnogo upravleniya pro-tekhobrazovaniy-.t Soveta Ministrov Estonskoy SSR. (Estonia--Vocational education-Congresses) SHISHKIN A. doktor tekhn.nauk . Causes of bredkdowns of series 1--447f apartment housee. He. stroi. Ros-. 3 no.12:31-32 D 162. (Ml~a 16:2) (Apartmeiit houseg.) 0 SHISHKIN., A., doktor tekhn.nauk; ARIYEVIGH, E., kand.tekhn.nauk; TOLSTYKH, '-O""r'.,'kand.tekhn,nauk; SHIMOV, I., ihzh. Extending the life of steel braces in the walls of large-~panel buildings. Zhil. stroi. no.l.-6-8 162.- (NIRA 16:1) (Building-Details) (Corrosion and anticorrosives) SH1SHKIN, A.A., kand. tekhn. nauk. Rapid boring with large feeding of locomotive wheel rims. Test. TSNII MPS 16 no.7:51-54 0 157. (MLRA 10:11) (Car wheels) 25(7) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/1215 Zobnin, Nikolay Pavlovich; Shishkin. Aleksey Alekseyevich; and Yudin, Daniil Llvovich Oborabotka metallov rezanlyem (Metal Cutting) Moscow, Transzheldor- izdat, 1958. 256 p. 6,000 copies printed. Ed. (Title page): Zobnin, N.P., Doctor of Technical Sciences Professor; Eds. (Inside book): Dar-ilevskiyy V.V.j Candidate of Technical Sciences Docent, and Braylovskiy, N.G., Engineer; Tech. Ed.: Bobrova, Ye. N. PURPOSE: This book Is approved by. the Ministry of Higher Education, USSR, as a handbook for railroad transport vuzes. It may also be useful 41"o engineers and technicians in plants and in railroad repair shops for rolling stock, wheels and track. COVERAGE: The book presents the theoretical fundamentals of metal cutting. The construction and operation of metal-cutting machinery Card 1/10 Metal Cutting SOV/1215 and Insti-iments are described. The fundamentals of methods used In development of tech~niques of mechanical metal processing are dis?~'assed. The name of A.V. Gadolin is mentioned as having contributed to this field. There are 80 references, of which 74 are Soviet, 5 English and 1 German. TABLE OF CONTENTS: From the Authors 3 Introduction 4 Ch. I. Elements of the Geometry of Turning Cutting Tools [Single-point Tools] 10 1. Basle parts. surfaces and angles of cutting tools 10 2. Change of tool. angles 14 Ch. II. Fundamentals of Cut-ting-tool Manufacturing Methods 17 3. Requirements for cutting tools 17 Card 2/ 10 Metal Cutting SOV/1215 4. Materials used for making the cutting part of turning cutting tools 17 5. Methods of making (:utting tools 19 Ch. 111. Elements of Cutting Process in Turning 28 6. Description of elements of cutting process and of the layer of metal removed 28 Ch. IV. Concept of Metal Deformations Occuring During the Cutting Process 32 7. Brief information on metal deformation in cutting 32 8. Types of chips 33 9. Chip shrinkage 35 i 0. Heap [of metal] on the cutting tool 37 - 11. information on work deformation and on residual stresses on machined surface 38 Ch. V. Heat Phenomena in Metal Cutting 39 12. Heat generation and distribution in metal cutting 39 13. Methods of determining heat and temperature in metal cutting 42 14. Effect of basic factors on temperature in metal cutting 44 Card 3/10 Metal CuttIng SOV/1215 Ch. VI . Wear of Cutting Tools and Selection of Their Rational Geometry 47 15. Effect of cutting conditions on cutting-tool wear and allowable wear 47 16. Selection of rational geometry of cutting tools 51 Ch. VII. Cutting Forces in Turning 55 17. Diagram of cutting forces acting on cutting tool 55 18. -T-ifluence . of various factors on cutting forces 56 Ch. VIII. Cutting Speeds in Turning 63 19. D.-Pendence.of cutting sDeed on cutting tool life 63 20. Effect of depth of cut and feed on cutting speed 65 21. Effect of geometric parameters and of tool wear on cutting speed 66 22. Effect on cutting speed of material of cutting part of a tool, of metal of machined part and of lubricating coolant 68 23. Formula for determination of cutting speed 70 Card 4/io Metal Cutting SOV/1215 Ch. DC. Classification and Construction of Lathes 73 24. Classification of metal-cutting machines 73 25- Construction of lathes 73 Ch. X. Fundamentals of Kinematics and Dynamics of Lathes 81 26. Fundamentals of kinematicr of lathes 81 27. Fundametitals of dynamics of lathes 89 Ch. XI. Brief Lnfo-rmation on the Preparation of Shop Manuals for Lathes 91 28. Compilation of shop manual specifications and of kinematic diagram of a lathe 91 29. Calculat�ons for shop manual of a lathe 93 Ch. XII. Setting Up of Lathes and Calculation of Cutting Regimes in Turning 101 30. Setting up of lathes 10). 31. Methods of calctlation of cutting regimes in turning 107 Card 5/10 Metal Cutting Ch. XIII. Various Types of Lathes 32. Vertical. lathes 33. Special multiple-tool lathes '34. Turret lathes 35. Automatic and semiautomatic 36. Mechanization and automation SOV/1215 110 110 for turning axles and wheels 113 121 lathes 124 of lathes 126 Ch. XIV. Brief Information on Planing, Shaping and Slotting 128 37. Planing and shaping cutting tools and the respective cutting processes 128 38. Slotting tools and slotting process 130 39. Basic information on plan'-ng, shaping and slotting machines 131 40. Elements of shop manual for shaping machines 143 41. Elements of calculation of cutting regimes in planing, shaping,,and slotting 145 Ch. XV. Brief In-formation on Broaching R-cocess and Broaching Machines 147 42. Broaching process 147 Card 6/ 10 Metal Cutting SOV/1215 43. Broaching machines 149 Ch. XVI. Fundamentals of Drilling, Countersinking, Reaming and Geometry of Cutting Tools for Machining Holes 151 44. Drilling process 151 45. Elements of cutting in drilling 156 46. Cutting forces, torques and power in drilling 157 47. Character and criteria for wear of drills i29 48. Cutting speed in drilling 1 0 49. process 162 50. Reaming process 166 Ch. XVII. C.,_~_Yistru,:;tlon and Operation of Drilling and Boring Ma.Sh~_nes 169 DrIlling machInes 169 52. Boring machi-nes 174 53. Elemen-ts of shop manual for. drilling machines 177 Ch. XVIII. Calculation of Cutting Regimes in Drilling, Counter- sinking and Reaming 179 Card 7/10 Metal Cutting SOV/1215 54. Methods of calculating the cutting regime 179 Ch. XIX. Fi;~,adameritals of the Milling Process and Geometry of Milling Cutters 183 55. Baslo types of milling cutters 183 56. Geometry of the cutting portion of milling cutters 184 57. Elements of cutting process in milling 189 58. Cutting forces and power in milling ic? 59. Wear of milling cutters 195 60. Cutting speed in milling 196 Ch. XX. Construction and Operation of Milling Machines 200 61. Horizontal-type and universal milling machines 200 62. Vertical-type milling machines 203 63. Elements of shop manual of milling machines 205 61L. Dividing heads 2o6 Ch. XXI. Caic,.~lation of Cutti-rig Regimes in Milling 211 Methods Of calculating the cutting regime 211 card 8/--!f) Metal Cutting SOV/1215 Ch. XXII. Concept-of Gear Tooth Cutting Processes 213 66. Gear-cuttIng methods 213 67. Basic information on gear-cutting machines 2i6 Ch. XXIII. Fundamentals of Grinding Process and Properties of Grinding Wheels 221 68. Characteristics of grinding wheels 221 69. Selection of grinding wheels and of grinding regimes 22~ 70. Cutting forces and power in grinding 22 Ch. XXIV. Ccc-istruction and Operation 71. Diagrams of movements used in 72. Cylindrical grinding machines 73. Surface-grindIng machines 74. Tool grinders 75. Special features of safety techniques grinding machines of Grinding Machines 228 grinding machines 228 229 233 235 in operation of 236 Ch. XXV. Basic Information on Machining Finishing Processes 237 Card 9/10 i Metal CiAtIng SOV/1215 76. Types of finishing processes 237 Ch. XXVI. Concept of quality of Machined Surfaces 241 77. S*-:Lrface roughness and its determination 241 78. Ganeral information on the influence of surface -r6ughness on operational characteris ties of machine parts 242 73. Gener-a'-I information on influehoe of machining conditions sUrface roughnees 243 General in-formation on machining accuracy 244 Ch. XXVT.I. Concept of Designing the Techniques of Machining of Machine Parts 245 8*;. Basic definitions and methods of design 245 Bibliography 252 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress ,L"Xo/ksv Card 0 .2-26-59 3-3-15/40 A7JTHOR:.- Shishkin, A.A., Candidate of Techrii-zal Sciences TiTLE: Toward a more Active Solution of the Problems Set up by "Letter H 100" (Xktivneye reshat' zadachi, postavlennyye "Pis,mom 100.) Continuously Control Independent Work (Posto nno kontrolirovat' samostoyatellnyye zanyatiya) .3m PERIODICAL: Vestnik Vysshey Shkoly, March 1957~ # 3, p 63-66 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The article begins with the statement that a proper organi- zation of student independent work is one of the most com- plicated questions that professors and instructors of VUZ institutions face. Such organization*is difficult as there are no rules, and cannot be any, which can be applied to existing conditions. The aihthor, an instructor at Penza Industrial Institute explains the pedagogic measures adopted by him to induce the students to work from the very begin- ning of the semester. Thus, for instance, preliminary colloquies have been introduced to inerbase student inde- pendence in carrying out laboratory work for which the Yoscow Institute of Energetics (Moskovskiy energeticheskiy institut) has aet the example. The methods used reet with Card 1/2 the students' approval. SOV/1 12-57 -6-17-660 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Elektrotekhnika, 1957, Nr 6, p 149 (USSR) AUTHOR: Shishkin, A. A. TITLE: Filiatle-Balance- Biidge With a Resistive Output (FoLzobalansnyy most s aktivnym soprotivleniyem na vvkhode) PERIODICAL: Tr. Penzensk. industr. in-ta, 1955, Nr 3, pp 61-69 ABSTRACT: A phase-balance bridge circuit is analyzed which serves to obtain a DC voltage proportional to the error angle of 2 input sinusoidal voltages of the same frequency. A formulais developed which gives the relationship between the DC output voltage Uo (see figure) and the input signal values e1 and e2 and the circuit parameters. Diode characteristics are assumed to be perfect (a constant forward resistance RS and an infinite backward resistance). With constants elmax, e2max and circuit parameters, the mean value of U. is directly proportional to the sine of the phase shift angle. An experimental study of the circuit with RI = 30,900 ohm, R3 = 14,700 ohm, RH = 82,500 ohm, e,, max = 58 V, e,m,, = 0. 39, and with a 6X6 double diode revealed an agree- el.a. ment between the experimental and the estimated data within 3% or less for the error angles within+ 200. Card 1 /1 V.A. B. SHISHKIN, A.A., kand.takhn,nau1c , dotsent Surface quality o1' the parts of the cylinder group of diesel locomotive enc-ines. [Sbor.trud.] RIIZH-T ne.1i:299 161. I (MIRA 16-,12) APTHOR ~ Sh ishkin, A,A, SOV/20-1-23-2- -o TI?LZ: genvalues and Ei-genfunct i o.,,~ ~f Fourth Order Di i i.-,: --aI Operators a Small Paramecer for the Highest Derivativ. (Sobstvennyye znacheniya i sobstvennyye funktsii nekotorykh jifferentsialInykh operatorov chetvertogo poryadka s malym parametrom pri starshey proizvodnoy) PZHIOLICAL.~ Doklady Akademi-i nauk SSSR, 1956, Vol 121,Nr 2,iop 249-2r~ ABSTRACT. On [0,11 let be given the linear sell'adJuint opcratoro 2 d2 d2 d L = - - (p (x) 4. 1, and L - = k 2 2 'IX dx2 0 0 dx where p,(x) >0 and i times continuously differentiable on 0-4 x.~, (i-1,2). The author considers the boundary value problems ) - -',k u, u((-))-u()).O,u17 (0 6-.1 ( 1 ) L ( u ) - u6(1).O 2 . . , , -, (2) L0(y) --),Y, Y(O) = Y(1) - 0. With the aid of a method of Glasko ZRef 11 the authckr obtains representations of the positive eigenvalues and eigenfunctions .)f (1) by the eigenvalues and e -Lg~-nfunc'ions of (2). Besid,-~ J. is shown that ha3 the eigenvalute ze~~o for speiz;ial ;If-. all d Ei genftm,. f C~lrtair Or-ier 0 V/ 2 0 12 3 2 Of, j i n t i a i Opi ra t orn Wi Lit a Sm,ij t Pai mr-o 0 !- I ~r ~ Ke F! tz L, r:L v a t ). v c "he pt'rametpr 11 There are .3 references, 2 of whi-.h are Soviet, and I Amr*,^, All I C411 1.'o s1k -ovsk; y go,-,,u iars Lvenayy !An, ve csi t 2 ~- i inen L M- V. Lomonoz~,~- a Mo s c ow State Univers-~ty imet~-~ M,V Lr-monosov) HESSNTEP; Jure 17, 1958, by T.0 PetrovskLv, ~cauemi-cian 'T El' ,:,, -.11 1 T I P -'-'Tj -Mi a v 8 ()a 1 a 2 / , -, to S~"*Ir:-t J-n the ci' ec--'.ons. 4 no. s7,pl -A -,8-.2*) 4 A 00 00 004 0 i o ~00 o 0 0 It U U M J a L A -X Q -k, 011pras w(Aftg-bullt ruhbt* constrLictito nl&40 With ad=-C`:WQM Chloride. A. A. !~44b~kln. -%Woad. Prom. 24. No. 11/12. 30-109411) .-Tesis iWii made on bonding rubble with a cement to which C&CI, was added to det. the tffect of CaCls In reducing the influence of frost. The it*cimens. rubble bontW with a cement' cunte. Sr, of CACIj, were vxpo,~cll to ternpq. of -2 to -22* and then to 2-12'. The sivvinirn, were finally tnted. rite addil. of eacl to a 1: 1 of 1:4 tement permits use the collient at temim ()Own to - 10 without impairing the strength of the mAsoury. NE flosch A_ OCULLUSMIC&L UTIMAUat CLASSWICAYIQ14 xl;b. 14novj -4 U 0 AV F no 00 to a At K if W 9PC It ~(C KW 0 0 0 0 0 49 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 1* 00 0 0 a * a * 0 a a a -00 66 -0411 -00 =0* woo coo coo zoo tie 0 11roo Saawa 4 0 a 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 SHISHKIN, A.A., kandidat tekhni(;-heakikh nauk. On increasing the allowabla load on thawing brickwork made with cement mortars. Stroi.prom.25 no.10:6-10 0 147. (MILRA 9:1) I.TSentralinyy n&uchno-igelGdvvs.teIfakiY institut promyshlennykh sooruzheniy. ,.'. (Masonry--Cold weather conditions) USZSM/Enginer~:--ng Sep 48 Construction Materials Masonry 114ays for F-tu-ther Improvement of Winter Masonry Technique," A. A. Shishkin, Cand ON Tech Soi, Pen Soi Res Inst of Constr]Jhd. 1-, 4 pp F14 I'Stroltell Pron" No 0 Describes variona methods suggested for thawing stones and masonry in construction operations under way luring winter. Pre- sents methods vhich gave best performance 26/49T39 USSP/Engineering (Contd) Sep 48 with different types of building materials. 26/49T39 2962') Armirovannava 1-iutovayc kl-adl-n T Voernoshnost'lleye Isn-olleovaniyc v eLmnyem Stroityell stvve. Stroit. From-st: 1949, No-9, S-6-9 SO: Letonisl Nlo.40 SHISHKIN, A.A., kand.t(-kbn.nauk Standards for designing masonry construction elements in 1949. Stroi.prom. 27 no.8:18-21 ~g '49. (MIRA 13:2) (Building-Constracts and specifications) Winter masonry with solutions containing antifreeze dditives. A-A-Shishkin. SitOild. 1'rom. 23, No. P. IWID.501 --The frcrz* ary vAn.." Mw I K .ltllAw by t a -1 acl aml(m I CIXCI, ['I%,- ntabilitv iv( the kilixtAr is Itot affeclell Ill? tile minlixtiltv. NUI IV 11014CMIlk S',I',SitKII~, A.. A. , Engineor "Investig;ition of the Diagram of a Phase-Balenced Bridt-e.ll Sub 8 Jun 51, Moscow Order of Lenin Power Engineering Ins" iweni V. 1--.. ljolotov Dissertations presented for science and engineering degrees in Mpscow during 1951. SO: Sum. No. 480, 9 May 55 --7- : - 1,. 5HISHKIN, A. A.. LAUREAT STALINSKOY PREMII KANO. TEKHN. NAUK TsCNTRAL'Nyy NAUCHNO-ISSLEOCVATEL'SKIY INSTITUT PqCMYSHLCNNYKH SOCRuZmNiy (TSN(PS) IZUCHENlyc KLADAI NA KHLORIROVANNYKH RASTVORAKH. PAGE 38 V' SCORNIK AN140TATSIY NAUCHNO-15SLEDOVATEL'SKiKH RABOT PO STROC-TEL'STVU._MOSCOW, 1951 SHISHKIN, A.A., kandidat tekhnicheakikh nauk, laureat Stalinskoy premii, Wintertime construction of multi-storied brick buildings. Gor. khoz.Mosk. 25 no.12:20-25 D '51. (mLaA 7:12) (Bricklaying--Cold weather conditions) SHISHKIN, A. A. "Consideration for the cc-_it*ons in the winter stone construction projects," Con- struction Industry, 1952. . A. A. Yortar Froper use of new solutions for stone la-ing and facing work in winter. Stroi. prom. 30, no. 8, 1052. 9. Monthly fist ~f Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, December -1951, Uncl. 2 SHISHKIN, A.A., kandidat tekhnicheakikh nauk, laareat Stalinskoy premii. Using mortars with chemical admixturea for masonry work in winter. Sborematto nov.tekh.v stroi. 15 no.10:24-25 153. (MMA 6:12) (Kasonry) (Kortar) SKRAMITAYEV, B.G., professor; SHISHKIN, A.A., kandidat tekhnicheskikh namk; ORLYANKIN, inzhen;`r-,"IBUbILbv,, 'A.A., inzhener. Use of coarsely porous concrete for building walls under winter conditions. Stroi.prom. vol. 31 no.9:20-21 S '53. (~U,RA 6:9) (Concrete coustruction-Gold weather conditions) SHISHKIN, A.A., laureat Stalinskoy premii, kandidat tekhniaheakikh nauk. Introducing modern technique into the practice of atone construction during winter. Stroi.prom. )I no.10:4-8 0 653. (MLRA 6:11) (Masonry--Cold weather conditions) SHISA: IN, A. A. T 243 Primanenip Khimeicheskikh ~Dbavok "ri. Zimnikh Kamonnykq, Betonnykh ~ Shtukaturnykh Rabonkh, Pod Fed. P. N. Grigor'yeva. M., Gos. fzd. Lit. Po Stroital'stuy I Arkhitekture, 1954. 80S Sill. 20 at. (M-vo Stroitel'stva Predpriyatiy Matallurgich. I Khim. Prom-sti SSSr. Tekhn. Upr. Tsentr. Nauch.-Isslad. In-t Prom. Sogoruzheniy TSN1F3. Lauch. Soobshcheniye. Vvp. 16). 4.000 AZ. 2r 95K-(54-14.,490ZH) 691.5 t 693",2411 SO. Knizhnaya, -6etopis, Vol. 1, 1955 .~ H / ~~ i'y /'I'- / Ar , A - A - 1, SHISIM111, A.A., kandidat takhnicheakikh nauk, laureat Stalinskoy premii. Characteristics of combined use of brick walla and ceramic facing. Stroi.prom. 32 no.8:20-25 Ag ':)4. (MLRA 7-8) (Walls) H 0 r4,A -,A. TOKMAKOVA, I.A., kandidat tekhnicheakikh nauk; SEIISHUX,,A~A., kandidat 7- tekhnicheskikh nauk; BOGATYREV, I.I., kan:didat tekhn'-i.cheskikh nauk. Wintertime laying of cement mortars with added potash. Stroi.prom. 32 no.10:17-21 0 1541 (MLRA 7:11) Nortar) (Potash) Name SHISSIVUHN, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Dissertation: Studie3 of the Physical and Plechanical Properties of Wint-er Brick-Laying Degree: T,7~c Tech Sci Affiliation: /Rot indicateg Defense Date, Place: 20 Jun 56, Council of dentral Sci Res Inst of Industrial Constructions Corti-fication Date: 29 Sep 56 Source. BMVO 6/57 - SHISHKIN, A.A., laureat Stalinskoy premii, kandidat tekhnicheskikb nauk. Effect of the first freezing of brick mortar on its physical and mechanical properties. Stroi. prom. 34 no.9:23-27 S '56. (MLRA 9:10) (Bricklaying--Cold weather conditions) (Mortar) SHIGME, A.A., doktor takhnicheskikh nauk. Experience gained from accidents with base stone pillars. Stroi. prom.34 no.12:12-~q D '56a (MLRL 10:2) (Columns, Brick) (Reinforced concrete construction) SHISHKIN, A.A., doktor tekhn.nauk. Improving the quality of winter masonry, work.,Stroi.prom. 35 no.9:2-4 S '57. (MIRA 10:10) (Masonry--Cold weather conditions) SHISHKITI, k.. dol-tor tekhn.nauk Constructing buildings with rmisonry walls under winter conditions in 146scovi. Na stroi.Mosk. I no.10:1-5 0 '58. (WRA 11-12) N (Moscow-Building-Cold weather conditionsIf SHISHKIN, A.A. Careful labor organization leads to success in work. Transp. Strol. 8 no.11:7 N 158. (MIRA 12:1) (Building) SHISHKIN, A.A., doktor tekhn.nauk; KLIIIOVA, G.D., red.izd-va; ELIKINA. N.M., (Temporary instructions for building residential and rublic buildings under winter conditions-using gas and petroleum gas heating] Yremnnye ukazaniia po stroitslIStVU 2hilykh i ob- shchestvennykh zdanii v zimnikh usloviiakh a ispollzovaniam gazo- vogo i neftegazovogo progreva. Moskva, Gos.izd-vo lit-ry po stroit., 2rkhit. i stroit.materialam, 1959. 35 P. (MIRA 13:3) 1. Akadardya stroiteltstva i arkhitaktury. Institut stroitel'nykh konstruktaii. 2. TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledovatellakiy institut stroitelInykh konstruktsiy 1kademii Btroiteltstva i arkhitektury SSSR (for Shishkin). (Building--Cold weather conditions) SHISMall, A.,doktor tekhn.nauk Correct method for determining the strength of thawing masonry stnictures built iuider winter conditions. Na stroi.Mosk. 2 no.3:18-19 Mr '59. (14IRA. 12:5) (Bricklaying-Cold weather conditions) k SHISHKIN, A.., doktor talchn.nauk Concerning the article "Yreezing characteristics of mor- tars used in sealing of seams." Na stroi.Mosk. 2 no.11:22 N '59. (MIRA 13:3) Wortar-Gold weather conditions) SHISHKIN, A., doktor tekhn. nauk Concreting joints in exterior walls of large-panel buildings. Na stroi. Mosk. 2 no.12:17-,.0 D 159 (MI]RA 13:3) (Concrete blocks) SHISHKIN, A., doktortel-hnicheakikh nauk. Gas heaters for heating and drying buildings. Zhil.stroi. no.11: 0-12 '59. (MIRA 111--0 (11rartment houses) (Drying Rpparatus) - SHISHKIN, A.R., kan-l.tek-hn.nauk laureat Stalinskoy premii Reinforced rubble masonry and possibilities for its use in winter conetruction. Stroi.prom. 27 no.9:6-9 S 159. (MIRA 13:2) 1. TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut promy- shlennykh sooruzheniy. (Masonry--Cold weather conditions) SHISHKINS A.J. doktor tekhn,nauk Assembling buildings in cold wather conditions. Na st Toi. Roe. no,3;29-30, 33-34 D '60s 14IRA 14:6) (Building-Cold weather conditions) SHISHKIN, A-A, , doktor tekhn.mAuk Effect of thaving on the strength and stability of walle of industrial buildings laid in winter. Prom. stroi. 38 no.9:43-46 16o. (MIRA'13:9) (Walla) (Building, Brick-Cold weather conditions) SHISHKIII, A., doktor tekhnicheskikh nauk; RAZYXOV, R., in-,,h. Vertical joints in exterior walls of panel buildings. Zhil. stroi. no.2:6-9 F 161. (MM 14:1) (Walls) (Concrete slabs) SHISHKIN A.A,,, prof., d.oktor tekhn.nauk, MATIOV, N.G., kand.tekhn.nauk International symposium on grouting of prestressed concrete .,. elements. Bet.i zhel.-bet. 8 no.9s427-433 S 162. (MIRA 15t12) (Prestressed concrete--Congresses) ZOBNIN, Nikolay Pavlovich, prof., doktor tekhn.nauk-;'YUDIV, Daniil Llvovich., dots., kand.tekhn.nauk-. SHISHKIN, Aleksey Alekseyevich, dots., kand.tekhn.nauk; ROGOV, Aleksandr Yakovlevich, ao-Ls-.-, -RMZ-.-V-ekJm. nauk; POKUDANTOVIP.N., kand.tekhn.nauk,retsenzent; SARANTENju.S., in2h red.; BOBROVA, Ye.N., tek1m. red. [Metal cutting] Obrabotka retallov rezaniem. Izd.2. Moskva, Trans- zbeldorizdat, 1962. 299 p. (MIRA -15.-6) 1. Moskovskiy institut inzhenerov zheloznodorozhnogo transporta (for Zobnin, Yudin, Rogov). 2. Rostovskiy institut inzhenerov zholezno- dorozhnogo transports (for Shishkin). (Metal cutting) SHISHKIN, A.A.,, doktor tekhn.nauk, prof.; BRAVINSKIY, E.A., mladshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik Sealing joints of panel-type buildings in win'tertime with concrete and an addition of sodium nitrite. Bet.i zhel.-bet. 9 no.12.-537-540 D 163. (NIRA 17:2) SHI-IIHMN) A.A, 9 tek~~n. nauk, prof. Considering and study-Ing the technical causes of fallare and dar-age of construction elements. Anal. prich. avar. I po,,T. str-'. '-"r,. no.2t6-22 164. - Causes of failure In s'~andard brick buildings with longitudinal bear- ing walls and measures to eliminate them. Ibid.223-55 (MIRA 18.-5", causes r n, '13 Largc~- A. A., drykt. or t,,Ahn. nauk; SMIMOV, ') .."- ~, lf;.-Id . -,, ~.,- ~~ B111,11INSK-lYt E.A., k-and. t-khn. Tyluk I u 1, .7 -. ~e -. ~,Iintej- iesiling of FTA-cast s true turer, vlt,ncut. hcn~ lr4~. s'-- - I .- ti4 4,3 -.qo. 10 :?~l 0 65. C.U:: 1.Fn 1.1 1 31735 3/081/61/000/021/062/094 B138/B101 AUTHORS: Grinberg, D. M., Leontovich, L. V., Ruchkini V. M., Shishkin, A. F. TITLE: Apparatus for measuring the moisture content of ammonium nitrate explosives PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no. 21, 1961, 391, abstract 21L446 (Bezopasno~tl truda v pr..)m-sti, no. 4, 1961, 23 - 24) TEXT: The az-'-icle describes a portable electrical instrument n3B (PEV) designed for the rapid measurement of the moisture content of ammonium nitrate explcsives and of ammonium nitrate. The instrument measures the electrical resistivity of samples of the substance. This valu" is a function of humidity. To calibrate the PEV, the resistivity of several samples is measured, and at the same time their moisture content is determined by the oven-drying method. The PEV consists of an electric circuit for measuring resistance, and a transmitting unit which is a Card 112 31735 3/081/61/000/021/062/094 Apparatus for measuring the moisture ... B138/B101 cylindrical plastic container with an inside diameter of 65 mm and depth of 27 mm. It has two aluminium electrodes in the shape of rectangular plates 27 mm in length and 10 mm wide. The test substance, in powder form, is placed in the transmitting unit, resistivity is measured, and the moisture content is found from the calibrating curve. With the appropriate calibration, the instrument can be used to measure the moisture content of various different substances which have high electrical conductivity, e.g. mineral salts and fertilisers. [Abstracter's note: Complete translation. Card 212 FIYUYEV, G.A., kand.tekhn.nauk; YUNITSKAYA, Ye.l., starshiy inzh.; RYAKOVA, E.Ya.: Prinimali uchastiye: PETROV, A.M.,; SHISHKIN, F.; HIAUS, 0.11-1.; HUS,,KOVA, R.A.; STEPANOVA, L.G.; KALIffK_ITF,__V_. GOFFALOVA, IN.E.; SACITOV, V.F.; FRIOV, M.F.; LUKASFOVi~, T.T.; SAVKIN, P.S. Grain-size distribution in th~ material produced by crushing rock. Sbor. trud. NIiHelezobetona no-3:0-go 16c. (MMU 15:2) 1. Gosudarstvennyy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut zhelezoteton- n.-kh izdelii, stroitel'nykh i nerudnykh materialov (for Petrov, Shishkin, Knaus, Rusakova, Stepanova, halinkin, Gopkalova, ~'achkov, Frolov, Lukashova, Savkin). (Stone, Crushed)