# SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT SKRIPIN, G.V. - SKRIPKIN, V.A.

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AUTHOR: Skr~p~, G. V.; Krivophapkin, Pe 9 aITLkly, G. F.1 Filippov, Vo A.
ORG: Institute of Astropjg~sical Research and Aeronomy. Yakutsk Branch, SO AN SSSR
WSWO
(Institut kosmofizicheskm issiedovaniy i aeronomii Takatslmgo filiald SO
by the crossed telescope
TITIE: Study of tho anisotropy of -2Qzda_rAys a maUod
SOURCEi Geomagnetirm i aeronomiya, V- 5, no. 5, 1965, 817-425
TOPIC TAGS: cosmic ray anisotropy, goomagnetic field, solar activity
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ABSTRACT: A method is proposed for taking into-account distortions -of anfao,41
.,tropy of cosmic rays by the geomagnetic fiel4,gnd the directional dia-
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muted matrices restoring
gram of the instrument. The authors have com
the true vector of anisotropy for instruments of the Yakutsk complex.
Computations were made using coupling coefficients for different zenith
,angles and three forms of the energy spectrum of anisotropy. Using the
~matrices the authors have restored the true vectors 'of anisotropy for
:the neutron component for three epochs of solar activity (1958-1964).
,Readings of azimuthal telescopes were used in finding the true vectors
and the vectors.of the atmospheric influence for the earth's surface and.
for'depths,of V.20 and 60 m (water equivalent). An evaluation'-is given:
,of the degree of agre:ement between the derived vectors and three,forms.,
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AUTHOR: Krymskly, G. F.; Almukhov, A. M.; Skripin, G. V.; K
Kuz'min, A. 1.
ORG: none
TITLE: New method for studying the anisotropy of cosmic rays
SOURCE: AN SSSR. Sibirskoye otde
i rasprost~r-vneniya radlovoln. Iss-ledovaniya po geomagnetizmu i aeronomff (Studies in geo-
magnetism and aeronomy). Moscow, Izd-vo Nauka, 1966, 105-110
TOPIC TAGS: cosmic ray anisotropy, cosmic ray intensity, cosmic ray
ABSTRACT: A method is proposed for determining the instantaneous characteristics of the
anisotropy of cosmic rays. The method will make it possible to obtain the anisotropy dis-
tribution in the merldional planes and to study the anisotropy of phenomena characterized by
abrupt changes in the isotropic background (such as the Forbush decreases), all of which was
not possible using the method of diurnal variations. The method proposed makes use of the
fact that the world-wide network of stations established during the IGY makes it possible to
determine the neutron component with an hourly statistical accuracy of 0. 1% and, thereby,
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to determine the anisotropy characteristics over a 2-hr observational period, provided that
its amplitude exceeds the mean amplitude by a factor of more than 2. A distinctive feature
of the method is the representation of the distribution of cosmic-ray intensity over the celes-
tial sphere in the form of a series in spherical functions and the use of the first spherical
harmonic of the series. The expression for the first harmonic yields the amplitude of the
anisotropy vector and an expression for the Intensity in an arbitrary direction at an angle to
the direction of anisotropy vector. The spherical analysis reduces to the solution of a
system of lines ~;quationB with four unknowns. The solution of the system determines the
isotropic portica of cosmic-ray intensity as well as three components of the anisotropy vec-
tor. The coefficients at the unknowns are calculated and tabulated for 38 stations, taking Into
account the effect of the geomagnetic field on the charged-particle trajectories, and also the
energy spectrum of the variations. OrIg. art. has: 6 formulas and I table.
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AUTHOR: Kuz'mIn, A. 1. ; Krymskiy, G. F. ; KrIvoshapkin, P. A. ; SkrIpin, G. V.
ChIrkov, N. P.; Sbafe , G. V.
ORG: none
TITLE: The nature of cosmic ray variations
SOURCE: AN SSSR. SiblKqtoye otdgjcWxe_,_~IbI~s
I rasprostranenlya radlovoln. Issledovanlya po geomagnetlzmu I aeronomit (Studies In
geomagnetism and aeronomy). Moscow, Izd-vo Nauka, 1966, 111-118
TOPIC TAGS: cosmic ray intensity, solar cycle, magnetic field
ABSTRACT: A brief survey Is given of available data concerning the variation of cosmic ray
intensity and the effect responsible for this variation. The effects of fluctuations of the
iiiagnetospherc and temperature fluctuations In the upper atmosphere on cosmic ray variations
are examined, Cosmic ray flares with energies up to 10 Bev, and their association with
Forbush decreases are discussed in relation to t~F. ir effect on cosmic ray variations. The
I 1-year variations, 27-day variations, and solai~ diurnal and annual variations are shown to be
closely interrelated, and to hxve modulation of galactic cosmic rays by the radial Inter-
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planetary field as their common source. All existing observations on the variation of cosmic
ray intensity are seen to indicate the existence of an external (with respect to the sun) radial
interplanetary magnetic field and the predominant contribution of the dynamic effects of the
field's disturbances to the modulation of galactic particles. An Important feature of the field's
configuration (deduced from observations. of the variation of cosmic ray Intensity, and also
from other unrelated data) Is its oblateness with respect to the plane of the ecliptic or the
solar equatorial plane.
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Alr,.HOR: Krymskiy, G. F.; Altukhov, A. M.; Krivoshapkin, P. A.; Kuzlmin, A. 1;
,Skripin, G. V.
-TITLE: A new method for investigating cosmic ray anisotropy
SOURC'--;': Ref. zh. Issledovaniye kosmicheakogo prostranstva, Abs. 5.62.298
.RZ? SOURCE: Sb. Issled. po geomagnetizmu i aeron. M., Nauka, 1966, 105-110
TIAGS: cosmic ray anisotropy, linear equation, earth magnetic field, particle
trajectory, radiation spectrum, variational problem
iABSTRACT: A method using the spherical analysis of data from a worldwide network of i
!stations is suggested in order to obtain the instantaneous characteristics of cosmi
iray an-isotro-py. The analysis can be reduced to solving a system of linear equation:
,With four unknowns. The solution determines the isotropic intensity and three compo-
nents of tne aii:'-sotropy vector. Introduced is a calculation for the coefficients
!for the unknowns in the equations for each station. The effect of the earth's maxnet-
lic field on particle trajectories, as well as differences in t4e energy spectraforiso-I
.%.ropic and anisotropic variations, is considered. Abstract. LTranslation of abstractJ,-
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(VIlTay Lowland-Palyiriclogy)
SHITOVA , A,Ye,; SIMIPINETS, G.M.
Drying of beech wood. B=.i der.prom. no.1.45--47 Ja-4-Ir 162.
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1. Livovskiy lesotekhni.-,heskiy institut (for Shitava)
2. Chinadiyevskiy domostroitel'-n;yy fanernyy kombinat 4or
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AUTHOR: Skripinichenko. S. Yu. (Moscow)
ORG: None
TITLE: Longitudinal long-term perturaation movement of an airplane with a float-
ing tail assembly
SOURCE: Inzhenernyy zhurnal, v. 5, no. 5, 1965, 940-945
TOPIC TAGS: aircraft tailq_~
, perturbation theory, aerodynamic stability, flight-
s -on i crf 2 d v n j & Mj a L
mechanics, -su
ABSTRACT: The presence of a floating tail assembly can exert a noticeable effect:
on not only the short-term, but also on the long-term movement, as a result of
a significant change in the characteristics of its turn-Ing moments depending on the.
Mach number of the flight. This is particularly important in supersonic flight
and in takeoff and landing (See Fig. 1)
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The article derives and solves a system of equations to describe the perturbation
Movements. It is demonstrated that the long.-term movement of an airplane with i~
a floating leading tail assembly can, with sufficient accuracy for engineering pur-
poses, be described by a system of differential equations of the second order. A
floating tail assembly can exert a significant effect on the long-term movement of
an airplane, especially under supersonic flight conditions. The effect of a floating'
tail assembly on the long-term movement depends basically on the magnitude of
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the turning moments of the planes of the floating tail assembly, according to the
Mach number of the flight. OrIg. art. has: 16 formulas, 3 figures, and 2 tables
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SKRIPITSYN, V.Ye.
nTruck frames" by D.B. Gellfgat, V.A. Oshnokov. Reviewed by
V.E. Skripitsyn. Avt. prom. 27 no. 5:48 bly 161. (MIRA 14:5)
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