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USSR/Optics --Physical Optics, K-5 Abst Journals Refe* Zhur -i Fizika, No 12, 1956, 3578o Authors Sidellkovskiy, Ye. P. Institution: None Title: Method of Measuring the Light Ftaission of Luminophors, Used in Luminescent Iamps Original Periodical: Sb. materyalov po vakuumnoy tekhnike, 1956, No 8, 53-69 Abstract: The light output of luminophors, excited by ulti-ftviolet rays at 2537 A. are measured with a photoelectric method. The source of the measurement is BUV-15 lamps. The receivet"of "the radia- tion ia a Se photocell with filter, corrected under the visi- bility curve. The brightness of the luminophor Bl is repre- sented as the difference B, - B2/r-, where B1 is the brightness - -of the surface of luminophor-produce& by reflected mercury- discharge light and by the luminescence, and B2 is the brightness produced by reflected light of the mercury discharge, measured Card V2 U3SR/Optics - Physical Optics, K-5 Abst Journal: Referat Zhur - Fizika, No 12, 1956, 3578o Abstract: upon introducing betweaitM Auidinophol~a-m*d; the sotate a B&4 f ilter.thaVAoep'l pot transmit,.the vav*IeAgth of.2573-A-and-'has a,,tratatiasipp doeffIglebi r for tht visible region. The ultra- violet radiation on the surface of the luminophor is measured by an Se-photocell with a foliated filter made of UFL-1 glass and BS-4 glass on which is sprinkled willemite, wbUh transforms the ultraviolet rays of wavelengths 2537 A into visible light. A BS-4 filter is used to tiLke into consideration the UV-rays at a wavelength of 3650 A. The instrument is suitable for mass -determination of light emission of luminophors. Card 2/2 24(0) SOV/1 12-58-3-46 10 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Elektrotekhnika, 1958, Nr 3, p 178 (USSR) AUTHOR: Sidel'kovskiy TITLE: Perfecting the Methods of Measuring the Brightness and Chrominance of Phosphor Luminescence (Nekotoryye voprosy 9 over a hen stvovaniya metodiki izmereniya yarkosti i tsvetnosti svecheniya lyuminoforov) PERIODICAL: Sbornik materialov po vakuum. tekhn. Nr 10. M.-L. Gosenergoizdat, 1956, pp 21-30 ABSTRACT: Brightness of phosphors has been measured by a phototube while their chrominance has been measured by a VNISI colorimeter. A considerable spread in readings has been observed for various brightness meters and for various light sources used. The spread has been due to slow brightening-up of the bactericide lamps (up to 15 hours?) in the small-size irradiators. There has been a trend to reduce the ultraviolet irradiating power during the measurements. A limit for this reduction has been set; it is associated with Card 1/Z 24(0) SOVIl 12-58-3-4610 Perfecting the Methods of Measuring the Brightness and Chrominance of . . . . the beginning of a nonlinear section af the brightness Arradiance curve; for most phosphors, this point corresponds to an irradiance of 50 microwatts/ CM2. Ya. B. G. Card 212 VOROTILKII4, A.I., prof., SIDELIKAIT, A.N., assistant Conference of pnthoanatomisto nnd experts in forensic me4icinn of Chelyabinsk Province. Arkh.pat. 18 no.2:130 156 (MIRA 11:10) (CMLABINSK PROVINCE-ANATOKY, PATHOLOGICAL) AMY. k" r 0 all G,T' '-'. 'IT-Libercular Panoohta-lraitis," Vest. Ofta'-Imol., 27, No. Ir, 1943. Nor., Optical Clinic, Chelyabinsk Hed. In-A. , -o1948-. LISOVSKAYA, L.T.: SIMLIMAN, K.N. Acute total necrosis of kidneys in disseminated allergic affections of a child's blood vessels. Pediatriia no-1:70-72 Ja-F '55. (MLRA 8:5) 1. Iz fakul'tetskoy khirargicheskoy kliniki (zar. prof# IsDolrorabell- nikov) i kafedr7 patologicheskay anatomil (zav. doteent A.I.Voro- tilkin) Chelyabinskogo meditsinakogo instituta (dir. prof. G. D. Obraztsov) na baze bollnitsy Chelyabinskogo traktornogo zavoda. (glavr*7 vrach lt.K.Bukhteyeva). (ALYJMGY, pathology, blood vessels, with tofal necrosis of kidneys in child) (VASCULAR DISEASES. FKRIPHERAL, allergy with total necrosis of kidneys in child) (KIMTS, diseases, necrosis in vasc. allergy in child) (NECROSIS. kidneys, in vase. allergy in child) ~jT RATTIERY G.L.; SIDEL11-UN, K.K. Tissue reaction to the implantati= of scme synthetic materials. Eksper, khir. i anest. 8 no.3:57-58 I~Lr-Je t63 (MIRA 17:1) 1. Iz kliniki fakul'tetskoy khlrurgii (zav. - prof* I.Do Korabellnikov) i kafedry patologichoskoy anatomii (zav. - prof. A.I.Vorotilkin) Chelyabinskogo meditsinskogo instituta. 0 S-ID]9-L'lNX,, FsdLz, LS!d~lla~k, Fadir], fro-lnar3-, GRUSHKO, A. -- J~ [H.ru4~iio. Z , red., PAKHOLYUK, R., [I shall compete with I.Aroalay Chythl Pozinshaismosia z IAroslavou Chyzhem. Zaporizhzhia, Zaporiz Ike ktWzhkoTO-ga28tl28 rydvo, 1960. 12 p. (MIRA 14: 12 ) -9-khoz "Orekhovskiy" , Zaporozhokoy obl. (for Sidellnik). .~ Sci (Swine-Foeding and foods) SIDE"'INIF, I'll I LSIdelInykh, M.A.] ~ w, nharacteristics of the water regime of trees in the stappe zone and their significance in the life of forest stands. Ukr, bot. zhur. 22 no.4,03-40 165. (MIRA l8ijo) 1. Onepropetrovskly gosudarstvennyy universitetq kafedra geobotaniki. 77' A. or r-gervoirr; of* fl- rf~frinr f'ill,-l i't'n ranids S'rlel'nilk, 1'. A. ; - n lich. Dn-i-, anr~ ";vers - a hotranjr-,il dt:zcri itl zal ~rkl (Dnf:-!,rr),,P#r. m r Vn i--CYTT, n. r_-Y,) T-*,'-_jjOf-: ifer,S ")nn 'Z'lurnal 'nyl-h '~ta'-,, 1-,, USMAtedicine - Botany may/Jun 48 Medicine - Environment *Sme Problems of Ecologic Cenotio Relationship in Nkcrophytir Phytocenosee in Water Systems,* N. A. Sidellnik (Dnepropetrorsk State U, Chair of Geobot),* 3 pp "Botan Zhur" Tol XXXIII, No 3 Reports obserrations In Dnieper region. Tabulates and discusses results. Submitted 4 Dee 47. Ift 17/49208 SIDELINIK. N.A. Some observations on the problem of creating stable tree plantings in the steppe. Bot.zhur.[Ukr.] 11 no.1:32-39 154. (MLPA 8:7) 1. Dnipropetrovalkiy derzhavniy universitat, kafedra &"obotaniki. (Ukraine--Afforestation) USSR/Forestry Forest Culture. j_4 Abs Jour Referat 2hur - Biologiya, No 16y 25 Aug 1957, 69129 Author Sidelnik, N.A. Inst Title Interrelation of Woody species in Plantings of Veliko- Anadol in Environments of Concrete Forest Growing Condi- tions. Orig Pub Nauch. zap. Dnepropetr. un-t, 1955, 48) 65-92 Abstract The study of interrelation of woody species confirmed general conformity with laws affecting life of artificial plantings in the steppe zone of Ukrainian SSR, as esta- blished by the Dnepropetrovsk University complex exped-i- tion. Woody species planted in the steppe suffer great hardships (especiaUy vhen young) familiarizing themsel-' ves with the strange steppe environment and reorganizing it into a forest region. The most effective structure of plantings in steppes is the shaded one. The tougher Card 1/2 - 49 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - USSR/Forestry - Forest Culture. j-4 Abs Jour Referat Zhur - Biologiya., No 16., 25 Aug 1957, 69129 the conditions of environment, the more evident -the ad- vantage of pure plantings over mixed ones. The mixed plantings in steppes appear worse than the pure ones be- cause the influence of steppe environment is aggravated by interspecies rivalry conditioned by disorder of plan- tings. Shrubbery is a necessary component of steppe forest cultivation. The main species are recommended as well as shrubbery for different forest-growing conditions, also types of mixed plants are pointed out. Card 2/2 - 50 - Di()Ir)Ly ind Tyl)olo:Tll of the FO!~es-t,, Abs Jour Ref Z~iAr-Diol-j 11-10 13) Author 5 1' del I nik Ir~s t Dniepropetrovsk Uri.-*LversitY Title The 11roblem of 6eason Increment (by Diameter) of some Wood Species in the Boll she- ilild-ictylov skiy Fore3t Block Gri,:~ Pub,. 1-,auc.a-u. zap. Dniepropetrov. un-t, 1955, 549 29-34 Abstract: In-cxerients in growth of tho cowwon pine, the red oak2 thc cowaon ash and the locust were studied in 191-'F,. The arowt1i iricre-;-ient of the oak in deep soil on rocent, semi- recent, and even dry sandy loanis t,,~kes place, without itnterruption, throughout the season. T-Iie additional ~-,i~owth on dry clz~yey solls starts to C d 1 /2 F-lorestry. Porect 131ology and Typlo~;y Abs Jo~lr: 11'ef Zhiir-Biol., No 10, M Lithor Sideltni!:, 11. A. Ins Dnepropetrovs1c Univ. I Title The State of Plant-inoc and Cliaracterist-ics --f the Root Systems of the Leading Ligneo-us Varieties of the Boishe-Milchailovslkiy Forest RanGe in Bel,,:)-tion to the Forest Growth Conditions Or--!~, Pub: Na-Lichn. zap. Dner.)ropet:,.,. un-t, 1~55, 54, 9-20) A',) ~,; 'u ra ct :Considerable vaziation was establiched in the effect of fore2t grDi,iti-) Ll tui7e and vitality of plantings. The root sitive to the 6e~;ree conditions on the struc- tu'.ie root sys'uem,- of the systems are p artuicularly sen- of moistunre In the soil, the C a rd I IF Oi TypoloCir Abs Jour: "Ref ',::hvr-LrJio*'L. , No 10, 1~'50, 4_-)~03 density of the soil horizons (layers) to the quan- tity and quality of salts in the so--'-I. An increase in the degree of the root system dilsintegration and the appea--ance of surface roots was observed with an increase in the dryness of the soil. 8oils with excess i-tioizture prod,,,.ce the development of the disjointed horizontal root system in pine. The compacting of the soils has an unfavorable ef- fect on the root system. Oversaturation of -'.,he soil solution with easily so!_ible salts has a negative effect on the root system. The pine plant-ins's be-in to have dr- tops when salt con- taminated suosurface waters reach their roots. It is recommended that one use clayey and sandy loara soils having solid horizins o-4., horizons toat Card 2/3 SIDELtNIK N.A. Aleks'andr Liutsianovich Bellgard; on his 60th birthdaqo Bot. zhux. 48 no-4:605-607 Ap 163. (MUiA 16*5) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy gosudarstvenny-y universitet. (Beltgard, Alek8andr Liutsianovich, 1902-) SIDELINIKCV, A., general-leytenant zapasa; ZIBEROV, I., general-mayor Va76k-6VYkh voysk zapasa; SHIRYAYEV, I.1 STROILO, I., polkovnik zapasa "Through the storms" by S.Krivoshein. Reviewed by A.Sidelnikov and others. Voen.vest. 40 no.4:122-126 Ap 161. (MIRA 14:7) 1. Byvshiy komandir 31-go kavaleriyakogo polka (for Sidellnikov). 2. Byvshiy nachal'nik shtabe 6-y kavaleriyskoy divitii (for Ziberov). 3. Byvshiy voyennyy komissar 2-y brigady 6-y kav'aleriyskoy divizii (for Shiryayev). 4. Eyvshiy nachallnik shtabe 6-Y kavaleriyskoy divizii i razvedyvatellnogo otdela shtaba 1-y Konnoy Armii (for Stroilo). (Russia--Revolution, 1917.1921.-Personal narratives) (Krivoehein,j Be) MILIMAN, TS.M.; SIDEL1111KOV, A..I. -- --.- ----- -- Machine for rolling pipes. Suggested by TTS.M.Killman, A.I.Sidellnikov. Rats. i izobr. predl. v stroi. no-15:48-49 160. (MIRA 13:9) 1. 'Rabotniki mekhanicheskoy masterskoy Kiyevskogo spetsializirovannogo upravleniya No.23 tresta Promtekhmontazh-2. (Pipe, Steel) KAZOVSKITYF doktor tekhn, nauk, prof,; SIDELINIKOV, A.V., inzh. - Book review. Elektrotakhnlka. 36 no.9-64-65 S 165. (MIRA 18s9) BOGUSLAVSKIY, Illya Zelikovich, aspirant; GONCHARENKO, Robert Borisovich, kand. tekhn. nauk, nauchnyy sotrudnik; DOMBROVSKIY, Vyacheslav V.yacheslavovich, kand. tekhn. nauk, starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; KOGAN, Valentina Veniaminovna,, inzh.; SIVKOV, Arkadiy Petrovich; SIDELINIKOV, Aleksandr Viktorovich, aspirant; KHUTORETSKIY, Garri, Use of the "Minsk-111 digital computer in practical calculations of electrical machines. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; elektromekh. 7 no.9:1066-1081 164. (MIRA 18:1) 1. Starshiy inzh. otdela turbogeneratorov LEO "Elektrosila"; Severo-Zapadnyy politekhnicheskiy institut (for Boguslavskiy). 2. Kafedra elektricheskikh mashin Leningradskogo instituta avia- tsionnogo priborostroyeniya (for Goncharenko). 3. Otdel gidro- generatorov LEO "Elektrosila" (for Dombrovskiy). 4. By-uro obshchikh raschetov LED "Elektrosila" (for Kogan). 5. NP-hqI'-5k laboratorii schetnoreshayushchikh ustroystv Leningradskogo filiala Vsesoyuznogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo instituta elektromekhaniki (for Sivkov). 6. Institut elektromekhaniki Gosudarstvennogo komiteta po elektro- tekhnike (for Sidellnikov). 7. Vedushchiy konstruktor otdela turbo- generatorov LEO "Elektrosila" (for Khutoretskly). VLAS'YEV, S.N., gornyy inzh.; SIDELINIKOV, B.N. Using the air space method and igdanite in chalk and limestone quarries of the Volga Valley. Vzry-v. delo no.54/11035-338 164. (MIRA 17:9) 1. Volgogradskoye stroitellnoye upravleniye Vaesoyuznogo tresta po burovzry-vnym rabotam 14inisterstva promyshlennosti stroitell- nykh materialov SSSR. SUKHANOV, L.A. (Leningrad); ~ETISOV, V.V. (Leningrad); SIDELINIKOV B V . (Lenirgrad) Methodology for calculating electromechanical transient processes in multiengine systems with consideration of nonlinear character- istics. Izv. AN SSSR. Otd. tekh. nauk. Energ. i avtom. no.3z 73-83 MY-je '62. (YjRA 15:6) (Electric machinery) *- 'k, 4 ',f. , 1 -11, -. 71 .IV A L ' NOV , - ~ TI ~ ; S E T . , I ~~ T f ~ *1 . - ~I :", . - HT I " I ,I I , , . . i ,~A`;u~'atlZm --rar--entz -,n the saturaEi= -~, a --~!-ulatvsd asynchron--jus e'e~tz-c T.~ ,' ~ Z - ,jdy I T 2 _ - - -1~7 i ~,! t '. -, -7 ~ 7 -, I Rr2.S karid.t2khn.riukj JotsenL; 321 DELI S ' 11''.c.0rovic", ass-s+~~nt; YU-'HCTzE',!K(", Anatoliv-riFor ev--ch, 4nzh. in a al.c. mac*-ine us4ng an Galc-alatlnlrr sudden 9hort-circulting analog ~ompiter. !zv.vys.ucheb.za1,r.; elektromekh. 7 no.11:1311- 1320 '64. (MIlk 18:3) l. Kafedra elektri,~heskikJi rimshin Leningradskq-o i~olitekhni.,,heskogo instit,utq (f'cr Fe,-,.,-,cv, 21. Len ilLnIgra dSkiy pGlitekliniche- :3kiy lnstii,ul. (Ccr 'Iuniv~herko). ........... t 36488-65 EPA(s)-2/M(1) ACCESSION NR: AT5004636 S/2563/64/000/2"411003/0040. AUTHOR: Fetisov, V. V.; Sidel'nikov, B. V.; Ivanov, Mi. Ya. TITLE: Investigation of the excitation system of the synchronotis machinewhieth is a part of a reversible MG set .SOURCE: Leningrad. Politekhnicheskiy institut.. Trudy, no. Z41, 1964.1 Elektromashinostroyeniye (Electrical machinery manufacture)A, 33-40 T005PIC TAGS: synchronous machine, MG set, rectifier exciter ABSTRACT: Phase -compounding and current -compoundi re -tifier-excitation' .149 T circuits are briefly described; it is shown that the latter is sirapter and 1?1~ore; reliable; also, it provides for a stronger forcing of the 6witation under transient conditions. The cur rent -compounding circuit (see Endos,~re 1) ~vas experi- mentally tested. The synchronous -rnachine: excitation winding W~as Rupplied from two rectifier units: a "voltage unit, which ensured the 'excitation 'under no-load Card L 36488-65 iAGGESSION NR: AT5004636 conditions, and a "current unit" (compounding), which supipliedwIthe excitation current depending on the load. Under variable pf conditions, the'proper voltage i: was maintained by an automatic voltage regulator which includea a 3-phas: ,magnetic amplifier, a detector, and a voltage -frequency compensation circuit.~ uch included a: The detector was represented by a nonlinear resonant circuit Wi nonlinear inductance, a capacitor, and a bridge rectifier. , Test~s with a 34.'6-k-va synchronous machine proved the reliability, stability of Operatio'n' and good dynamic characteristics of the current -compounding system. Orig; art. has. :7 figures and 13 formulas. ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy politekhnicheskiy institut i m;. M. I. Kalinina (Leningrad Polytechnic Institute) SUBNUTTED: 00 ENCL: 01. SUB GODE- EE INO REF SOV: 006 OTHER,. 000 4 d 2/3 :T SIDEL'NIKOV, Boris Viktorovich, assistent; SUKHANOV, Lev Aleksandrovich, kand. tekhn.nauk,, starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; YUSHCHMO, Anatoliy Grigorlyevich, inzh.; FETISOV, Viktor Vla-dimilrovich, kand.tekhn.nauk, dotsent Analysis of transient processes in a two-speed induction motor with a choke in the stator circuit &nd intermittent power supply. Izv.vys. ucheb.7,av.; elektromelhanika 8 no.6:644-654 165. (MIRA 18:8) 1. Kafedra elektricheskikh mashin Leningradskogo politekhnicheskogo instituta (for Sidellnikov, Fetisov). 2. Institut elektromekhaniki, Leningrad (for Sukhanov). 3. Leningradskiy politekhnicheskiy institut (for Yushchenko). SID;-:IILIU~KOV, G.,,.., inz;..; 7SVETKGV, Ye.V., inzill. Total flow mcuourl-rig dt;vice. Elek. sta. 34 no.6:80 Je 163. (111111 16:9) (Boilers-Eauipinent and supplies) I . - -' _ -, '~', --'T-F ji i -I 1 0 . . ~ -Lj'~ 1p ..*- * -- - ,--l-,"r, ., .- t I I i.j;) . *,-,(:u. Lcil~ .3:: 4--( )7 ' ' r of U-01 OT~."Gr, j-pe, 0 4 1- ". -0 (II.T-*: , 11-1 - 1~ . 1, -I-i,7 .- . ... .-- - f , ; , ,; .1 , " i! , '.'~ jL L , I ~'. ~ , :, . 1; -- i.!,'E- '7 - - - ! - . .~ "i ,- . R , , I t . .- -,. . -;. - " I ~, .%. 1;. P- t " --C5 - t I nV~S ~- '. "al -~ " -n V s t ' ',I- ---- ai, -. ~ - - ! r -. ;I I'.--- - f -1 - - - - - - .-- , N~-w ?' - n - T7. - I - V,jy(:!tin:) Me(! its iris 11.1iy aurnal, No. 10, -',--1~2 ACCES510N NR: AT4042720 S/0000/63/000/OW/0504/0507 MJI'~" " 10 11 :Yugnnov, Ye. M.; Markaryan, S. S.; Br-janov, I. I.; Sidel.'nikov, I. A.; Vartluaronov, P. A. TITUE: Methods of vestibular teating S 01; R" E 1--,o aviatsionnoy i ko6nicheskoy meditsine, 19063- Aviataionnkiya i kosmichen-kaya meditnina (Aviation and space medicine); materialy* koaferentc,iii. Moncow, 1963, 5G4-507 T01-11C TAG3: Coriolis acceleration, vestibular analyzer, angular acceleration, linear acceleration, disorientation, spatial orientation, vestibular mech&nism, vvg,itativc reaction,/Barani chair A35TRACT: The angular, Coriolis, and linear accelerations to which aircraft pilots and cosmonauts are subjected effect the vestibular analyzer. Thia gives rlso to two types of vestibular reactions. The first is an illusory one, which can lead to disorientation in space, and the second can cause Yeatibul&r-yegeta- tive reactions which bring Qbout a deterioration of general well-being. 'We ca-ld 1/5 ACCESSION NR: AT4042720 means that methods of vestibular selection must be sufficiently reliable to be able to Dredic,; the appearance of thet;e vestibular reactions in flight. The selec- tion m,,,thodr, develoded by us are bared on the interaction of reflexes between af- -Iir- method of deti?rrriining the threshold of sensitivity of the to tlli~- illuGioa of banIting is performed on a special chair with un.itnbl~- z;uP,-,--jrtr- The subje,-L ejitk; on thin chair with his eyes closed while ( ) [I f" o A' rnochauiain,-, ';,6 !Airiulated by a 1.0-cpr, current for periods of 3 and ',;') n,~c - Li;;- Gubject fai-Ic. to i~icline hiG body, the current ia gradually ~-cendl 3 'UNtI.1 tA-,(! 'Jf!13ircd inclination of the body the o:-7o3ite to the sti:i;uLated labyrinth is obtaino~d. A riecond type 7,'I'forred under similar conditLono but with the ey,!a open and _Cj aj-, C- 'j 'It, cm sway along the center linc o!, the leyel (i bulb place(I 6o a t h 0 Tho iumount of current rpquired to induce a ijentia'lon o ' b LnRing in the diri,ctio;i o, the stimmlated labyrinth is meanured. The differf!r-.o oetween the amount of curren. required to produce thin with the eyes closed and t~( amount required to produce the sarae sensation with tho eyes open represents t le MOgnitude o--:' the inhibiting; offect of the visual analyzer on the vestibular a-U&I-Yzer. The degree of motor reaction which accompanios the illuaion is recorded on an oscil- -?'%CC ESS 1 ON' ilM AT 404 2720 to illusionsOf inclination is characterized by the amount of tha curronat during the combined action of the stimulator for a 10-sec period. On the avi_-rage it varieG bitween 1.5 and 2.5 mamp. A current of less than 1.5 an incrnared sennit.ivity to illunions of banking in flight. In onjor tc!;t the ;6,)~lity oil the rotor analyzer to exert an inhibiting effect on j '-icsti' react-Iona, ,,he Gubject, with hiG eyer, closed, is rotated clock--ifise (10 ilu ra s41n 20 an.-I threQ nlnutet3 later he is rotated for a almilar period counter- each Period of rotation, th.- chair ia brought into an unstable are likely to loce 'their cense of orientation inflight ex- nenoation of counter-rotation, lose their sense of bal&Lnce for a -Por'~,-_J of or more seconds, accompanied by complete ripatial. disorienta- `)n -)n` "-)t - I - I - - o' ~catibular reactions for 10 to 15 sec. This method of evalup',-iorl 0), the tondency of -pilots to lose their seni3e of spatial orientation ii,,u:, nro,;,~c, -o be ~,CfA, effective, an compared with older methods which were only -1 1/ -,'ectlve. Th~, eegree to which vegetative reactions appear, due to the effects 2', ;--~ 1. of in~-,i-mittent Coriclin accelerations on "he vostibular analyzer, in determined by t~~zto o.-, a 3,nrani ch-air, which is rotated &t the rate of 1800 per 6cc for a perlod of 20 sec whilo tlhe subject, with eyeo clooed, bends Us head rhythmetical- ly to ona aide a'. the rate of 16 times'per 20 sec. At the moment the chair 15tops 3/5 ACCESSION NR: AT1612720 the rubject is requested to hold his head straight and to open his eyes. The subject is examined for signs of vegetative reactions (paleness, sweatiness, vomit- ing). If thene signs are absent, a similar tent in performed with rotation in the oppoGite direction. If signs of vegetative reactions do not appear, experiments nre continued with varintions. The subject in aniced to bend his trunk forward 8 tir,IC3 in ~J 20-rplc periori in8tead of moving., the head Gidewi.Ge. TheJaterval between atio~i_~ t;hould no' exc;~od one minute.,. If at any ntage of thin procedure pule- nal..z;t_-a appetir.-i. tii-~~ _-aibllact rjlould be considered unfit for ~-t Of tole-r-ce to Cori-olis acceleratiou;!5 is. performed c~oatet'. ~1-1 a Baran~ ch-ij.r which ia~ rotated at the rRtc o, '80P per k L whiic J--ub j d forwa-M nad Ivick through an are of 3~0. The ,.irli-I Of r a f- I V a~. disorders is racoi-.1ed. 13ersons trith stablf, v~!otibular to 6- nLnutea befor--~~ vf!~,eta,Avp disorders nppeax. 'n )erFons -(nalyzers, -who are urffit for flight training. t!"ace -,"r on,:? >r two mirjut,~ro. A third method or teat~irg t li-tince to Accel_,~-iations it.-, tho oo-callod two-minute tea,. -li-, subject, -,ith cloc,~-d, 'As A-Otnt.)(~ On a Bal'a-ni c11--ir -t the rate of 1800 p~r ;ec for one L Mll"L;' Le. Durinz thia Itime he inclines 'his trtzi-.~, forward and back every 5 sec on comrnarad~ After 50 acc the experimeat is performed with rotation in the opposite 4/5 f ,CCFSSIC); N-R: A-~4CA2720 direction. Si7,ns of vegctativa reactions and subjective sensationa are recorded. T lhi3 te5t, perfcrmed on 200 6ubjecto, has indicated that persons who can withstand the t;wa-rt~aute Coriali:i test can withstand other forms of acceleration tolerance tests. It was found that these three methods of testing stability to Coriolis acceieratioas are capable of revealing hidden forma of Yeatibula-r-yegetative diarup- tiona which cannot Ibe datemined by the standard tests. A5S0CXAT 1011: none SU&'IiITT-r,D- 27SeP63 ENCL: 00 SUB CODE:LS NO REF SOV: 000 OTM - 000 ACCESSION NR: AP4037623 S/0216/64/000/003/0369/0375 AUTHOR: Yuganov, Ye. M.; Sidel'nikov, 1. A.; Corshkov, A. I.; Kas'yan, I. I. TITLE: Sensitivity of the vestibular analyzer and sensory reactions of man during short-term wiiRhtleasness .-SOURCE: AN SSSR. Izv. Seriya biologicheskaya, no. 3, 1964, 369-375, TAGS: weightlessn'es_s,-'v'e'stLbu' ar ana yzer, parabolic flight, .TOPIC rotation. Coriolis acceleration, postrotational stabilityg nystagmus,.' ABSTRACT: Research on weightlessness has established that all per- sons may be classified into three groups on the basis of vestibular- sensory reactions. Group I consists of persons who can stand weight- lessness without deterioration of general well-being or loss of work capacity. Group II consists of pe'rsons who suffer from illusory sen- sations concerning the orientation of their bodies in space. Group III con5ists of persons in whom adverse reactions appear rapidly and lead Lo the onset of motion sickness (nausea, vomitingo etc*)$ and Card 1/ 3 1 -.__ ACCESSION NR: AP4037623 who become temporarily unable to work. A group of thirty subjects from all three categories, who had participated in parabolic flights, were subjected to a series of tests which involved rotation, rocking, Coriolis accelerations, inhibition of vestibular reactions, and post- rotational stability. The stability of the vestibular analyzer was judged on the basis of vegetative disturbances, duration of the post- rotational nystagmus, duration of illusions of counter-rotation. time required to regain balance on a chair with an unstable support, and duration of the "banking" illusion during the test involving inhibi- tion of vestibular reactions. Results of these experiments show that the degree of sensory reactions under conditions of short-term weightlessness depends basically on variations in vestibular sensi- tivity of persons subjected to this test. Results obtained with ground experiments indicate that the ability of man to retain his work capacity in condLglans of NhOrt-tQrM W4L8ht1688n388 can be predicted on thc: basis of ground experiments. Ground tests show that persons in Group I are characterized by a low sensitivity of the vestibular to adequate stimulation and a sufficiently hijth level of inhibitory action on the vestibular analyzer by other afferent systems. Card 2 / 3 ACCESSION NRi AP4037623 Group II persons manifest spatial illusions, an increased sensitivity of the vestibular analyzer to adequate stimuli, and a '-air!-., pro- nounced inhibitory effect on the vestibular analyzer by othe: an&- .lyzer systems. Persons from Group III are characterized by high sensitivity of the vestibular apparatus to adequate stimulation ;and a weak inhibitory effect of other afferent systems on the vesti- bular apparatus. Orig. art..has:' 1 table. ASSOCIATION: none SUBMITTED: 16May63 DATE ACQ: 05Jun64 ENCL: 00 I SUB CODE: PH, LS NO REF SOV: 004 OTHER: 003 Card 3/3 L 29382-66 E-*-TF(J~ -JUB DD ------- ACC NR-. IT6017528 SOURCE CODE: UR/0177/606/ooo/oo5/0078/0079 AUTIHOR: 1.1arkaryan. s. S. (Lieutenant colonel it) medical corps; Candidate of medical sciences); Sidellnikov, I: A. (Major in medical corps) 7 ORG: none ,TITIZ: Portable rotating chair with electric drive ~SOURCE: Voyenno-meditsinskiy zhurnal, no. 5, 1966, 78-79 TOPIC TAGS: biologic acceleration effect, flight physiology, space Dhysiology, Coriolis force, !ABSTRACT: An electrically driven rotating chair for vestibular testing and trainin to t;;~ is described. The chair drive consists of currently available equilnent adapte to Ithe purpose: an aircraft radar antenna servodrive powered by a selenium rectifier I iwith a rheostat speed control and electrical reversing switch. The drive can rotate ia subject welghing up to 120 kg at speeds up to 1800/sec. The chair can be tilted ;at various angles to create Coriolis accelerations.1-The drive box with rotating pliLt-l I 'form (to which a conventional Barany chair is anchored) measures 500 x 500 x 14U MM I i weighs 20 kg. The advantages of the electrically powered chair over the hand- 1powered models ordinarily used are enumerated: more evenly controlled speed of Card 1/2 UDC: 615.471:629.111.8 L 29382-66 ACC NR- AP6017528 rotation, more accurate administration of set amounts of vestibular stimulation, and less fatigue for the physician conducting the test or training. Orig. art. has: 2 figures. (DPI SUB CODE: 061 SUBMI DATE: none/ ATD PRESS:-5'6 0 Card 2/2 LI C-/ t 46737-66 FhPr(l) SCTB DD ACC NR. AP6031940 SOURCE CODE: UR/0177/66/000/009/0059/006 AUTHOR: Markaryan, S. S. (Lieutenant colonel', Medical corps; Candidate of-medical sciences-T; Yu anoy U 'Colonell Medical corps-, Candidate of medical sciences); Sidevnikov A. Major; Medical corps) -none TITLE: Vestibular selection using a method of continuous Coriolis acceleration--- cumulation 21010- SOURCE: Voyenno-meditsinskiy zhurnal, no. 9, 1966, 59-62 TOPIC TAGS. vestibular analyzer, vestibular training, vestibular function, cosmonaut selection, space physiology3 CORIOAf-I ro'e(Ir ABSTRACT: The article contains data characterizing the effectiveness of the selec~icx method based on continuous cumulation of Coriolis accelerations. The value of thiq method is that it is well controlled. Experiments were conducted on pilots. Vesti- bular reaction was based on illusions of rocking, hot flashes, a tendency to perspire, paleness, and nausea. Pulse rate and the temperature of the head and hands w;re also monitored. Results showed that vest ibular-s ensory and autonomic reactions during cumulation of Coriolis accelerations developed progressively, beginning with a rocking sensation, and ending in nausea, sometimes with vomiting. Nausea developed within two minutes for people with fourth (least)-degree vestibular tolerance during Coriolis cumulation in a head-tilted-forward position; in those with third-degree Card 1/2 uDc: 612.886:629-13 --az - -Mwa L )t6737-66 !ACC vestibular tolerance, nausea developed within 2-5 min; for second-degree tolerance, within 5-10 min; for first-degree tolerance, within 10-15 min, and for the maximum- tolerance group, within 15-20 min. With the head tilted forward, nausea occurs 1-4 min later than with the head tilted to the side. The experiments showed that ch the higher the tolerance, the later the symptams developed. Pulse rate was insignificantly affected. In those with normal vestibular tolerance, recovery took place within 5-20 min after the experiments. In those with a low (fourth-degree).' vestibular tolerance, recovery took place after 40-60 min. The results of the vestibular tolerance tests showed the percentages of those who developed sickness on Khilov's swing, 4.9%; in ten repetitions of Voyachek's otolithic tests, 9.8%; during continuous cumulation of Coriolis accelerations with'in two minutes, 12.6%. It was concluded that the method of continuous cumulation of.Coriolis acceleration can reveal latent forms of vestibular tolerance better than other methods. Thus, the continuous cumulation of Coriolis accelerations is the most effective method for studying vestibular tolerance and selecting flight candidates. Orig. art. has: I figure. [SCI SUB CODE: 06/ SUBM DATE: none/ ORIG REF: 001/ ATD PRESS: 5069 'Card --7 ACC NR, 7/67/000/001/oo64 AP7oO6916 SOURCE CODE: UR/017 /0070 AUTHOR: Udalov, Yu. F. (Lieutenant colonel, Medical oervice; Doctor of medical sciences ; Potkin, V. Ye. (Major, Medical service; Candidate of !medical sciences~; Sidellnikov 1. A.,(Major, Medical service) ~ORG: none TITLE: The role of nutrition in the maintenance of vestibular stability SOURCE: Voyenno-meditsinskiy zhurnal, no. 1-J. 1967, 64-70 ITOPIC TAGS: vestibular analyzer, biolocaic metabolism, human physiology..1 ';flight phIsiology, flight disorientation, nutrition, nutrition iABSTRACT:The role of nutrition . in the pathogenesis of vestibular reactions was studied in detail by the authors. The metabolisms of five men were studied during 23 flight days and 23 nonflight days. During flight, these subjects were exposed to brief periods of weightlessness during parabolic trajectories. They were administered normal pilot rations during both observation periods and nutritional value was rigidly controlled. Adrenal cortex reactions to flight were traced (17--oxycorticostemid excre- tiOn). It was found that during flights, excretion increased by a factor of 1.5 (2.13 k 0.22 to 3.2 1 0.31 mg). A greater percentage (160%) of 11 Cardl /5 ubc: 612.886:612-39 ACC'NR,AP7006916 bound corticosteroids was excreted than unbound (17%). Shifts in vitamin B metabolism were also traced. On the strength of the data obtained, it better notion of the etiology nnd pachogenenla of decreased vestibular stability (especially during prolonged flights) wan achloved. It wila suggested that when a normal vitamin B condition prevailed, the administra- tion of pyridoxyne to increase vestibuiar stability is not indicated and could hardly be expected to produce a positive effect. On the other hand, a deficit of this vitamin can be regarded as a factor which decreases vestibular stability and increases a predisposition toward rocking sensa- tions and the development of nausea. In this case, the administration of pyridoxyne is fully indicated and necessary. Best *results were obtaiued when the vitamin was administ 'ered several hours before flight or exposure to other factors imparting gravitational effects on the vestibular analyzer, since it Is fairly difficult to build up the pyridoxyne level. Administration of pyridoxyrfe is fully indicated prior to strenuous flights when there is no assurance that the crew will be adequately provided with this vitamin. Such a measure is an additional guarantee of flight safety. In some cases, a laboratory diagnosis of vitamin Bfi metabolism is called for. It was also observed that the majority of antibiotics and sulfanilamides can lead to a pyridoxyne deficit. Therefore, vitamin 2/3 ACC NR: AP-I'CO6916 B6 administration is indicated after such treatment to preclude decreased vestibular stability. Proteins should be uniformally included to maintain the highest possible equilibrium of amino acids in the ration. It was concluded that the administration of pyridoxyne and a number of other vitamins which participate in protein metabolism regulation is fully recommended to maintain vestibular stability. Orig. art. haso. 6 tables. (CD) SUB CODE: o6/ SUBM DATE*. none/ ATD PRESS: 5117 Card .... 3/3 z-;c ~~2nly-.!-', T. S! "The- TaSil:Z -)f --he str-,'tel'stva "'I. N' T X s,,~ o I I t i z 1 1 4w SIDELINIKOV, Ivan Ivanovich; ARISTOV,A.D., redaktor; SOROKIB,V.V.g te k ~ r b T&A k to r [Heavy industry is the basis of the invincible defensive power of the U.S.S.R.] Tiazhelaia industrita - onnova nesokrushimot obo- ronosposobnosti SSSR. Moskva. Voen.isd-vo Kinisteretva oborony SSSR, 1955. 93 P. (KW 9:2) (Russia--Industries) SIDELINIKOV, I., podpolkovnik. - Soviet patriotian is the source of military valor. Voen. znan. Vol.1321 no-3:10-11 Mr 156. (MIAA q:7) (Patriotism) SOMLINIKOV, JV1111 JV$ljjOVjOjj, jJOj.kOVntk,,' P.T., polkoyrilk. red-.-v- INIKOTA,;-. ffikiii-takhn. red. (The mout advanced social system: dincunniona on the advantages of socialist system compnred to the capitnUat nyateml Snmyi peredovoi obahchestvonnyi stroi; besedy o preitauahchestvakh sotsialisticheakogo stroia pered kapitalisticheakin stroem. Moskva, Voen.izd-vo H-va obor.SSSR, 1959. 102 p. (MIRA 12:12) (Riissia-Economic conditions) SIDELINIKOV, I., polkovniJ,- in tho n=-a uf aur pooplo and for t1wir 1xinefit. Yom.Vooruzh. Sil 1 no.18:10-18 8 161. (141M 14:9) (Cost and standard of living) ;I. SIDELINIKOV, I., polkovnik Soviet Army Is an army of workers. Voen. znan. 38 no.11:4-5 IN 162. (Russia-Armed forces) (MA -15:11) ISKRA, V.M.; SIDELINIKOV, I.I.- [The village is studying]Selo uchitsia. Rossiia, 1962. 78 p. (Agriculture-Study and teaching) Moskva, Sovetskaia (MIRA 16:1) LOSHCHITS, MJ., polkovnik,~ ALESHIN, S.D,,, polkovn:Lk; ASTASHZNKOV, P.T.Y inzh.-polkovnik; ISACHENKO, S,M., polkovnik; SIDELINIKOV,--j,_!,, polkovnD-~ SliVANKOV, B,P,, pollcovnik; NOVIKOVS M.B,y kapitan 2 ra-nga,- TOWWV, A.A., red.; KONOVALOVA, Ye.K., tekhn, red. [Heroes and exploits]GeroJ i podvigi. Moskva, Voenizdat, 1963. 370 p. (MIRA 160) (Heroes) SIDELINIKOVP I., polkovnik Learn militAry science the right way. Voen. anan. 39 no.4: 3-4 Ap '63. (MIRA 16.-6) (Military education) ACC NR- AP6009589 SOMICE CODE: IIR/0256/65/000/010/0050/0051 AVi-11OR: Sidellnikov, 1. V. (Engineer, Y'ajor) ORG: None 10 TITLE: Keeping radar stations in readiness for winter SOURCE: Vestnik protivovozdushnoy oborony, no. 10, 1965, 50-51 TOPIC TAGS: radar stationa, milil,iry co:7-municat ion A, ABNTP,ICT:' The' 'Dr"eri'aration. of a radar station for Winter operations at low temperatures is deseribed on the 'oasis of the procedures practiced by a military sub-unit tinder command of Captain ZaZLI ~nko, All essen- tial elomonts of power units arid motor vehicles ~Wie carefully examined clieck-ed and repailred. Sunmer oils and greases were replaced by anti- freeze lubricants and all doors, lids and covers were hxed and ti-ht- ened. Tractors and special motor cars were Drotectea by covers and hoods. Radar equipment was also checked in accordance with the regular maintenance schedule. SDecial attention was given to preserving power and higli-frequency cable lines. They were laid In covered wooden chan- nels supported by poles 120 to 160 cm high. Poles were spaced in span j lengths of 350 to 400 cm. Viave-guidas and their connections ware cleaned and protected especially against the formation of ice on their Card 1/2 ACC NR. ApGO09589 inner surfaces. in Preparing aritinn-n-feodinq systems, a oareful pro- tection of feeders, connections, contact-brushes, insulation, gears andl drives was required. A relevant factor in keeping the receivin.- and transmitting equipment in good operating condition was to maintain a constant temperature in the radio cabin. No special heating devices are usually required for maintaining a constant temperature. Special pre-heaters were used only for maintainiiig.-the temperature at 2b-22 C. Handling of the antenna feeding system in minter and cleaning ice from its equipment was briefly explained. A continuous charging of non-op- erating batteries with a current equal to 1/100 of the rated capacity was recommended. Such a recommended current Nvas 0.54 amp for a 6ST-54 battery and 1.28 amp for a 6ST-128 type. Some additional safety meas- ures and precautions must be taken in winter, such as improved ventil- ation of rooms, fire alarm, etc. SUB CODE: 171V 9UBM' DATE: None OR!G' REF: 000 OTH REF: 000 Card 3(2) '6 /15 Sidellnikov, L. I. AIMOR: ~' '/ It TITLE: Rendering Relief Rock Yorms On Topogmiphic Maps PERIODICAL: Geodeziya i kartografiya, 1959, Hr 99 PP 55-60 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Recommendations for drawing rocks on topographic -maps are given and illustrated in figures. On the basis of the fi6ures, the following is ascertained: 1) on topographic maps (up to 1 : 100,000)1 rock forms in ; .. relief are represented most completely and distinctly by contour lines combined with hatching. 2) In order that the representation of rocks by hatchind should not become too dark, the distance between con- tour lines must not be under 1 mm. On gentle slopes, however, all contour lines including the thick ones have to be drawn. 3) On slopes with an inclination of more than 150, only every fifth contour line has to be drawn to make the renresentation not too dark. Also they neod not be drazyn thickor. J) On rock walls and steep slopes, every fifth contour line should be omitted if the distance between two of them lies under I mm. There are 18 figures. Card 1/1 SIDELINIKOV, M.K. Ivan Aleksandrovich Klemin; on his 75th birthday and the 50th anniversary of his activities in science and education. Meteor. i gidrol. no.12:54-55 D '63. (MIRA 17:3) SIDELINIKOV, M.S., redaktor; CHERNYSHEV, II.D.. redaktor; GAYVGRQUSKIY, A.G., -- N.A., redaktor; KRASHUINNIKOVA, V.F., tekhniche- skiy redaktor CLabor productivity of the Stalingrad Tractor Plant; practices of a group of tractor builders) Proizvoditellnost' truda na Stalin- gradskom traktornam zavode; iz opyta raboty kollektiva traktoro- stroitelei. [Stalingrad] Stalingradskoe ka-vo, 1955. 190 P. (Stalingrad--Tractors) (KIRA 9:12) SIDELINIKOV. M.S. The T-56 tractor. Trakt. i sellkhozmaah. 8:1-6 Ae, 158. (MIRA 11:8) l.Glavnyy inzhener Stalingradskogo traktornogo zavoda. (Tractors) -SIDEL'ITIKOV, M. Stalingrad builders of tractors assist the "Gasoapparat" Plant. Sots. trud 5 no.4:117-120 Ap 160. (MIRA 13:9) 1. Glavnyy inzhener StaliWadekogo traktornogo ~avoda. (Stalingrad--Gas appliances) SIDELINIKOV, M.S. Mechanization and automation of production at the Stalingrad Tractor Plant. Trakt. I sellkhozzaah. 30 no. 12:31-34 1) 160. (MIRA 13:12) 1. Glavnyy inshener Stalingradskogo traktornogo zavoda. (Stalingrad--Tractor industry) SIDEL-4141KOV., :1~3, I Operation nf a tractor engine. Tz-akt, i seVA-wzmnash. 32 no.6,.1-151 3~2. (r=Mk 15~zQ 1. Gip-vnyy in--h. Volgogradskogo traktornogo zavoda. (Tractor-g-Engines) SIDELINIKOV, M.S. Gradual change-over to the manufacture of the new DT-75 tractors. T.rakt.i sellkho=ash. 32 no.906-38 S 162. (KM 15112) 1. Glavnyy inzh. Volgogradskogo traktomogo zavodae (Tractors) SIDELINIKCYV, M.S. From the practices in the organization of auxiliary umk at the Volgograd Tractor Plant. Trakt. i sellkhozmash. 33 no-3:36-38 Mr 163. (NMA 16--1l) 1. Glavnyy inzh. Volgogradskogo traktornogo zavoda. SIDELINIKOVY M.S. Tractor and agricultural machinery industr7 in 1964. Trakt. -i sellkhozmash. no.2zl-2 F 164. (FIR-k 17i,q) 1. Zamestitell predsedatelya Gosudarstvennogo komiteta avtotraktor- nogo i sellskokhozyaystvennogo mashinostroyeniya pri Gosplane SSSR. 1~ NOSYREV, S.; SIDELINIKOV, K.. MISR=, K. [Extension of credit to collective farms by the Agricultural Ba-,*) Iredito- vanie kolkhozov sellakhosbankom. [leningradl Goafini2dat. 1953. 154 p. (KUA 6;11) (Collective farms) (Agricultural credit) 40 SIDELINIKOV, M.-) Answer to L.V.Draginakii's article "Organizing credit from the Agricultural Bank for collective farm building.0 Sell.istrei.11 no.3:31 Mr '56. (KUU 9:7) l.Nachallnik otdela kreditovaniya v kolkhozakh Sallkhozbanks, SS.S. (Agricultural credit) SIDEL'NIKOV, M. Issuing credit to collective farmB. Den.i kred. 17 no.10: 13-18 0 '59. (MIRA 12:12) (Agricultural credit) SIDEWNIKOV, Mikbail Vasillyevich; RYGALIX, A.G., red.; SHCHURINA, H.L., [Procedure for issuing long-term credit to collective farms] Poriadok dolgoarochnogo kraditavaniis kolkhozov. Moskva, Goa. izd-vo iurid.lit-ry, 1960. 61 p. (MIRA 14:2) (Agricultural credit) SIDELIDIKOV, Mikhail Vasillyevich; KOIIDRATIYEVA, A., red.; TELEGINA, T., tekhn. red. [Issuing a long-term credit to collective farms] Dolgo- srochnoe kreditovanie kolkhozov. Moskva, Goafinizdat, 1963. 58 P. (MIPA 16:12) (Agricultural credit) (Collective farms-Finance) SIDELINIKOV, N.A., general-polkovnik v otatavke; SUKHOMLIN, A.V., general- leytenant; N0710SELISKIY, Yu.V., general-leytenant v otstavke; SHILOV, N.I., general-mayor zapasa; MALINOVSKIY, A.A., polkovnik zapasa,- OVCHINNIKOV, N.M., polkovnik sapasa; ZHOLNEROVICH, S.A.s, podpolkovnik zapasa To soldiers sergeants, officers and generals of the former 30th (later lOtbi Guards Army. Vcen. vest. 42 nc).6:46 je 162. (MIRA 15:6) (Russia--Army-History) A Wi, I :f i,., :, : i~() I;( 1:.!;, 1.-., , 0 .A . , i ;I - - r. ,S i I -I I n 1 kov SoV, I S --i:, T T-I LE: Reco-linc Horizont-.1 :and Vert.:Ical Sliifts in 'lie Struc'ures of t,~p r-,,1.-,.,byohev 'Yat,,~r Povier Devel-ooment (Nablyuderiya za planov~rmi i vy~-otnyrli 3meolcirenlyami sooruzheniy :7-id-rouzla) P E J TD C uc'-e, ..I-n-*y. Geodez-4y-- -i aero- i z ., e i VY s S 2n-,:-,-- fo t, y em -Tr 9 - 3 5 , 'T-SSR A B S'-- IR 2. C T Records of tlie hori-ont-I shifts and of oe~tl4,-~~ in S t 1. c t t 1 r 0 -,-, C1 f T~... Y- ` v ~)oiver op-ent ;ye-,----- st ar-, ed in 19 52. Fi, J.-i 1954 , in vil- -i ch year 'U!,.e concrete filling of tne powerhoitoe was started t-',,.,e measurin.- control e,~uin,::~ent was re~~.:I re T'-.e recordf3 1-ect in the ye-!.ro 10:~2-11',-c:,' were refere-,-.ced to t',ie elevation and location statior net w-,-ich #as eo t 1 for t ;,e I i on and t Le s t 3L:-i ~ L~- O-ut of t',,' e 1, i!- C i ajeS 04' ~'-C 1!0,,- -.0,0,:?. "--_is ne, cc=osed of second, t"Ilird and 1- ot -1 r e trinnEulation nets and of leveIing circu-its cf t--.-`rd :rn-l f--urt.- TI,, -is ,*as--s nc-z , r n.) -,. 7~(~ 1,1~7e(l 1 o-, n-- s--' in and S yi t -e vW 2 /4 C. t Clvat on, est, Lo ~~-,t 4 -L _ T. __O e _-., - i -It -3ft inde-, e t e c We "(2 d T~ A - 017 07"_ two C'ectiono I.Du El Oll e f in -2e -:eoe 17:10e One "Once', :7"ar!.-C CC)Mi f t L,+ Of Su v e d'eot"I Of r v 0 ~ . t~; a 2,- e _; ,_, ! as sa t-e 11 a. t a :),o 1 ~'r 0: 11954 b.t jor, u 11a work cal~ried Circuit of first gra .de ~z,-s The of PurPose ls described. RecorJs of 1--.e-e recoj,ds e Were -1 ew; e Of of ;10-- E,c s e c z 114 7 ; - T -~ -, :-, Sh i f, t S S07 'l 1-58-4-2 '18 of z;t--,uctur,7:S -Fisted with. z~pecial control -Joints -,.Ilzel in t-e- fr2me-nork "1 11 0 t a Ilo for t'~ekse observ,,.~.t-i an.-aiation. The i)roc--,di~res ,,.se3 0 is :ire descri'-ed. The fin-I sta..--,e in t .he determil)-t-ion of tale "') r I ttl -~Il of s! tll-.vos uo-r~D ran.-7e lii -le o'r,, s, e r'., t i r), i T -.o in-t- ~ tilt in~;hencr,)v -eode-i 7 OS,, Dnzt:,ute of -j~ Engineers S d e v j I --~.m e t out i miet-~cd a-dl a f7 e---ial jevice foL- out t"o- ~-,,e line ob;-,erv -tiors. A set 0' ",-.ese v c- S z; r;) cr, d t -,, '-e -,,Ise%l in t,-.e Kuylbyc-ev -.,vitc-r k!O*,*~;!~).-r-~e~-A. Thiz~ ,.et~-,Iwl -lei-mito to curr- out the llno 'c-,, an eye~Aece micro-.Qter e t'. -- 0 dd o t by me~ i--s of a t~ 4) Se~-, linL- r,-~ c- ~-Is of Suci,. recorda com-i-~d n fD-- the 'cower ~-,)llse a.-A for t;,.e Card 5/4 way -ls-~ fol, -,,e e r d' I ov z e r ~,7 a t e s ~7 ie c i) r i H r, r ta n,,~ e r t -:i S' i ~, t e s f t*.e I'- "er Dev,~', Dicz-,-i',.,;-,t-io- r)~' co,itrol Various ie%.-ices used - i e - -' - I -" r ,.r,: s (je~crj C~j oat.-~,Io-eo will e ic--~.-.ed cettli, 4-t'or-la"--on. be over to t'ne ',TS Gidrcp-royel~a ie drnwin,- o t'-e be- and for t- pu, ;p - , conclus. on 6 haviour of tne -T--re car(~, 1,7 ta;1-1-2s. 5,9 0 C 3r,Ir:c'- I K"ZI . Z o f th - ~3 id r op royt Card 4/4 EGLIT, VItaliy Ivanovich; SIDELINIKOV, Sergey Petrovich; YELISEYEV, S,V., red.; KOMAMVW?~ L.M.'?' redAzd-va; ROMANOVA, V.V., tekhn. red. (Redta 002 reducing tachymeter; description of the instrument and practical guide on its use, checks, and corrections] Re- duktsionnyi takheometr Redta VQ2; opisanis instrumenta i pra- kticheskoe rukovodstvo po primeneniiu, poverkam i iustirov- kam. Moskva., Gosgeoltekhizdat, 1963. 87 p. (MIRA 16-.7) (Germany, East-Tachymeter) PONOMAREV, O.A.; SIDELINIKOV, S.P. Use of the method of geodetic intersections in,engineering geodesy. Geod. i kart. no.5219-23 It 163. kMIP-A 16:7) (Surveying) BOGACHFV, I.N.; DUBINT -, N.P.; YEGOiMiKOV, I.P.; EUKOV, A.A.; !VAlXV,B.G,; IVAITOV, D.P.; ~ILKYENBAU, L.N., doktor tekhn. nauk, prof.; 1,1INAYEV, I.M.; HORTFELID, S.Ye.; 51DELINIKOV, S.V,!j- SOSITMTKO, M.N.; Y'JKAWV, I.N.: YUDIN, S.B.; RUBTSOV, N.11., doktor tekhn. nauk, prof., red.; CMUTYAK, O.V.,, inzh., red. izd-va; 1Y.ODEL', B.I., tekhn. red. [Founding handbook; iron founding] Spravochnik liteishchika; chugunnoe litle. Fod obshchei red. N.?-".;,ubtsova. Mosk7a, Mashgiz, 1961. 774 p. (MIRA 14:12) (Iron founding) SIDELINIKOV, V., inzh. Advice from machinery operators to stock breeders. Sell.mekh. no.3:16 162. (MIRA 15:3) 1. Sovkhoz imeni Kuyby-sheva, Nikopollskiy rayon, Dnepropetrovskaya oblast'. (State farm) aIDEtINIKOV, V. F. Sidellnikov, V. F. "Winter maintenance and the preparation of cows for calving," Sel. khoz-vo Tadzhikistana, 1949, No. 1, p. 29-31 SO: U-3261, 10-,Apkil 53,, (Letopis lzhurruil Inyllch Statey, No. 12, 1949) ? SIDUINIKCV, V J Li 23 P. (v --.s a uz, ,7 nP 9 D- S- -7 IZD-VC 195 ~aA C-, -VC, -CL L; L, 3 i c S -EL LA. 'I Y .1953, 'f, 2, -"0. 13) L 02242-67 EWT(1) JM ACC No, AiR6013685 SOURCE CODE: UR/0058/65/000/010/HO12/HO12 AUTHOR: Sidellnikoy, V. A.; Trubetskov, D. 1. 'k< -& TITLE: Contribution to the linear theory of a traveling wave tube with a photo- cathode SOURCE: Ref. th. Fizika, Abs. lOZh84 REF. SOURCE: Sb. Vopr. elektron. sverkhvysok. chastot. Vyp. 1. Barstow, Saretank. un-t, 1964, 149-158 TOPIC TAGS: traveling wave tube, photocathode ABSTRACT: An attempt is made to analyze the operation of a traveling mave tube with photocathode when a 0 b 0 QC # 0. The analysis does not call for the assaimpt4m *hN& C is small (a, b, QC, and C are the Pierce parameters). A linear traveling-40me- tdw theory is considered, corresponding to an electron-beam densi ty-modulm*10ft d&Ptjk:- m - 1. It is inAicated that the presented analysis can be useful for a rapid astL- mate of the influence of different traveling wave tube parameters on its nutput poem The plots presenttd cover a wide range of variation of these 1parameters and coat be used in engineerl%g calculations. S. Dukor. [Translation of abstract) SUB CODE:Qql2 Card ANOKHIN, A.A., inzh.; ISAYEV, A.G., mashinist-instruktor; KONDRATIYEV. Ta.M.; KRTUCHKOVA, V.K.; MOKHOVA, Ye.S., pensioner; '7XH RYAKOV. A.F., pensioner; SIDMINIKOV, V.M.; SOKOLOVA, Ye., red.; YNGO- ROVA, I., [This is how it was; from the first Communist Saturday to the first Communist labor unit] Kak eto bylo; ot pervogo komouninti- cheskogo subbotnika k pervomu kollektivu kommunistichookogo truda. Moskva, Mosk.raboahli, 1959. 110 p. (MIRA 12:7) 1. Rabotniki depo Moskva-Sortirovochnaya, Hookovsko-Ryazanskoy zheleznoy dorogi (all except Sokolova, Yegorova). 2. Zaved"u- shchaya kabinetom politicheskogo prosveshcheniya depo Moskva- Sortirovochnaya, Noskovsko-Rya2anskoy 2heleznoy dorogi (for Kryuchkova). (Railroads--Employees) -AUTHOR.: TI, T'1:3 S/19 62/000/007/026/160 D222YD3C9 Sidellnikov, V,11,1. L. Tl,action calculations on a digital computer P-E'ItIGMC~L: -L'"-.'P-ferativnyy zhurnal. Avtomatika i radLoelektronika, no. 7, 1962, abstract 7-1-145 ch (Vestn. Vses. n.-i. in-ta zh.-d. transp., 1961, no. 7, 52 - 56) * T---,',KT: The algorithm devised by TsNI-I, MPS for traction calculations has provided for; 'he regime of travel; speed limitations depending op. the track; selection of the instant of braking before,stopping the train at a specified point; stopping the train at any point on the track and transition to a traction regime (during the lapse of standing time). The program models the execution of traction cELlcu- lations by !.-he method of finite increments. The initial data which- is input to the operative memory of the computer were four charaC-7 ._!:.~ teristics of motion for parallel connection of the motors P-PP, and- three stages of weakening the field P-OP, P-OP, P-OP; the characte.-; ristics of recuperative and pneumatic braking; the characteristics of running out; a table of the finite speed increments. All these Card 1/3 I- S/194/62/000/007/026/160 Traction calculations on a ... D222/D309 are diviried inzo forty sDeed ranEes. '1'he program was designed for the input of 15,3 elements of the profile, each of which is charac- terize'4 by 3 -oaz,ameters; length, slope and the value of the permis- sible sDeed. Before the calculation the following must be specified. the required regime in order to ensure that during the solution of the r)roble.- the movement of the train will approach this regime (it may be desirable for example to ensure *a regime of maximal speed, or a regime --ef-ined from the conditions of a rational expenditure I; a cable of rea4mes specified as functions of the track. iM4 In order to el -Lnate the possibility of a further increase in speed, once the maximum permissible value has been reached, a test is maple on the sign of the total force acting on the train, which ensures the selection of a regime of travel leading to a negative value of t.-.e force. Provisions are made in the program for stopping the train with any specified degree of accuracy. The time taken by the calculations deDends on the number of elements of the profile speed limitations along the track and on the number of regimes of the electric locomotive. Various variants of a calculation for a hundred kilometer !-on:,- section under various combinations of speci- fying the re_~:imes -:tere executed within 35-40 minutes (on,the Ural-1 CardU2/-z S/194/62/000/007/026/160 TractionIcalculations on a ... D222/D309 Conputer). 5 figures, 2 references. [Abstracter's note; Complete Card 3/3 FET:~OV .A.F., doktor teklui. nauk, prof.; LIRTAIYAN, S.V., kand. tekhn. nauk-; A:,OU_~.OVA, Ye.V., inzh.; M.,AIIMI, M.M., inzh.; U.S., inzh.; SAV1LJI._,N.A., inz' .; ZAVIYALOV, ii.A., kand. tcIdLn.nauk; BZ-UIGA?D, K.A., doktor tekhn. nm2k, prof.; VASILIM, G.S.J. kand. tekhn. nauk; DIM5341AY, M.A., inzh.; F',(OLOV, I.A., ixizI1.L_,P~DFLIIIIKOV V.- I-'10K"-,OUc';(JVA, II.I.,, inzli.; FQZAVAIITII~, E.L., knnd. tekhn. nauk; GLMEA, E.A., retsenzent; MASSIMOVICII, MI., kand. telchn. nauk, retsenzent; E.-IME, V.Yu., inzh., red. [Use of electrorac digital computers in compiling train sheets]Sostavlenie grafika dvizheniia poezdov na eleictron- rWkh tsifrovykh vychislitelInykh mashinakh. Moskva, Trans- zheldorizdi4t, 1962. 199 p. (MMA 15:9) 1. Ghlen-korrespondent Akademii nauk SSSII (for Petrov). (;-:aiL-oads--Train dispatching) (Railroads-Electric equipment) L 14101-66- 1"-w-IT(d) IJP(c) ACC NR: AP6004245 SOURCE CODE: UR/0378/65/000/006/0001/0014 AUTHOR: Sidellnikov, V. M. ORG: none TITLE: Statistical properties of conversions made by finite automata SOURCE: Kibernetika, no. 6, 1965, 1-14 TOPIC TAGS: finite automaton, statistic analysis ABSTRACT: The author considers a random source X with a finite number of states and a source Y=Y(9f., X) produced by connecting the cLutput of source X to the input of the generalized automaton W. Certain restrictions on the structure of source Y give the necessary and sufficient condition for fulfilling the equation H(X)=C(W,X).H(Y). M, where H(X) and H(Y) are the ent-ropies of sources X, Y and C( W, X) is the average number of letters at the output of automaton !X for each letter of the source X. This condition represents the mutual uniqueness of the automaton with respect to Card 1/2 217 UDC: 519.95 SIDELINUCCV, V.M. p1nema protein spectrum in the clinical treatment of rheumntic fever. Vrach.delo no.4:383-385 Ap '58 (MIRA 11%6) 1. Kafedra Dediatrii (zav. - Prof. Z.G. Gorodetskayn) sanitarno- gigiyeilicheskogo I stomatologicheskogo fakullteta Kiyevskogo medi- tainskogo instituta. (BLOOD PROT-IRINS) (RHYUHATIC FEVER) S1ML'NU,-GVj V. M., Candidate med Sci (diss) -- "The nrotein spectrum of blood plasma In the clinical treatment of rhetumt1sm of children". Kiev, 1959. 13 pp (KLev Ordor of Lnbor R,,~d lVinmr Mod Inst tin Acad A. A. Bogomolets), 200 copios (KL, No 22, 1959) 122) SIDELINIKOV, V.M. (Kiyev) Rep17 to the criticalnote of G.K. TSverianiobvili concerning V.M. Sidellnikovis article "Protein spectrum of blood plasma in the clini- cal diagnosis of rheumatic fever." Vrach.delo no.6:663-664 Je '59. (MITIU 12:12) (BLOOD PROTEINS) (MYNATIC FEVER) (TSVERIANISHVILI, G.K.) GORODETSKAYA, Ye.G. [Horodetslka, E.H.); SIDELIN1KOV, V.M. [Sy-dellnykov, V.M.] Formone therapy 4n rhermatic 'ever in children. Fed.,, akuBh. i gin. 23 no-4.J3 161. (MIRA 17- 1) SIDEL'NIKOV~ VJI. Use of computers J'n the selection of the optimum system of locomotive operation. Vest. TSNII 14PS 24 no.2:52-58 165. (MIRA 18:5) SIDELINIKOV, V. V. The following is among dissertations of theIeningrad Polytecbviic Institute imeni Kalinin: "'Itilization of High-Voltage f or the i'ran'smission of Signals 1954. An examination is maUe high-freq~.ency transmis.~ions dually lead-plated strands. frequency transmission of the twisted core, insulation with conducting scrt_--~ns, and lead '~'ables with Individually lead-plated Strands with High-Frequency Currents." 12 April of general conditions and possibilities of through high-voltage cables and with indivi- An analysis was made of the influence on high- characteristics of these cables -- multistrand large dielectric losses, metallic and semi- sheath. so: M-loO.? 28 'Mar 56