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SCHASTNEV, P.N.; TEREKHOV, P.G.; red.; SAKHAROVA, N.V, tekhn. red. [General geography; textbook for t-eachers' schools] Obshchee zemlevedenie; uchebnik dlia pedagogicheskikh uchilishch. 3. Izd., perer. Moskva, Uchpedgiz, 1954. 338 p. (MIRA 16:6) (Physical geography) SMIRNOVA, N.P. The BuzuIuk-Kedveditsa watershed and the Yodyanaya Ravine. Trudy lab. ozeroved. 9:150-156 1609 (MIRA 13:8) (Bauluk Valley (Stalingrad Province)--Farm ponds) (Medveditea Valley--Farm ponds) SMIRNOVA, N.P. Methods of field work in water and heat balance reseaxch and the working up of data obtained. Trudy lab. ozeroved. 9:166-181 160. (MIRA 13:8) (Vyazovka District (Stalingrad Province)--Farm pondEi) (Hydrometeorological research) SMIRNOVA, N.F. Heat balance of the Polivnoy Pond in the summer and fall of 1951- 1954. Trudy Lab. ozeroved. 9:203-237 160. (MIRA 13:8) (VyazovkEL District (Stalingrad Province)-Farm ponds) (Ifyd-rometeorology) YEFREEOV, Yuriy Konstantinovich, geograf; 3-11210VA, N-P., red, izd-.,Vh~ 14AZAROVA, A.S., tekhn. red. -- - [In the name of nature's everlasting generosity] Vo imia vechnoi shchedrosti prirody. Moskvap Izd-vo "Znanie," 1961. 31 p. (Vaesoiuz- noe obshchestvo po rasprostranenliu politicheskikh i nauchnyl-r-h zna-- nii. Ser.12, Goologiia i eograftia, no.16) (MIRA I'W-11) ~Natural regouces) SMIRNOVA, N.F. Meteorological conditions during the field work of the expedi t4on (1956-58). Trudy Lab. ozeroved. 12:25-34 '61. (WPA 15:3) (Ladoaa Lake region--Meteorology) 0 S~URNOVA) N.P. Radiational elements of the heat balance in the skerry region of Lake Ladoga. Trudy Lab. ozeroved. 12:35-59 '61. 0AIFAL 15:3) (Ladoga, Lake-Solar radiation) SKERNOVAI 14.1%; ;M1-htWV. i,.Y~,. Using aerial phoLo,7--ra.hy In studying vast deltas; based on the example of the Ili lUver, Izv.Vses.,g-eog.ob-va, 93 no.5:4-18-4.22 S-0 t61. (1-MRA 14:10) (Ili Valley-Aerial photography) (Deltlas) S/020/61/136/003/014/027 B019 B056 AUTHORS: Izotova, A. F., Ogneva, T. A., and Smirnova, N. P. TITLE: The Wind Profile in the Water-near Layer Above Lake Ladoga PERIODICAL: Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR, 1961, Vol. 136, No. 3, pp. 587-590 TEXT: From July 7 to August 16, 1959, the vertical wind velocity profile above lake Ladoga, and its dependence upon the stratification temperature was studied, and also the roughness of the wind was determined. The observations were carried out by means of a remote anemometer with electric contact which had been designed at the Glavnaya geofizicheskaya observatoriya im. A. I. Voyeykova (Geophysical Main Observatory imeni A. I. Voyeykov). These anemometers were installed on a mast on the south side of the island Khankhipasi in altitudes of 6.15, 3.15, 1.65 and 0.75 m reckoned from the mast fundament. From the tape recordings the values averaged for one hour were used for the analysis. These analyses were carried out In consideration of the direction of the wind with and Card 1/4 The Wind Profile in the Water-near Layer S/020/61/136/003/014/027 Above Lake Ladoga B019 B056 without taking the thermal stratification into account. The latter was carried out with a temperature difference of AT between water and air. The small size of the island warranted conditions that were not influenced by land, as a comparison of the temperature measurements carried out on the island Khankhipasi and near it shows. In Table 1 the mean values of the vertical wind velocity profile and of the roughness parameter with and without taking the thermal stratification into account, were given. There are 3 figures, 1 table, and 7 references: 5 Soviet, 1 German, and 1 British. ASSOCIATION: Laboratoriya Ozerovedeniya Akademii nauk SSSR (Laboratory of Lake Science of the Academy of Sciences, USSR) PRESENTED: June 18, 1960, by-D. V. Nalivkin, Academician SUBMITTED: June 16, 1960 Card 2/4 T I rpynns T Cl S/02 61/136/003/014/027 Y no B019 B 056 1 1.15 3,15 1165 0,75 IOB-JOIOB 0103 10 TO BC3 YqeTa PAL CTf3THCPIfX. 2 2 : l 2. 1 :l ' : 1 66 - - a 7 < 1 2 t , . I t 1 1 5 7 0 46 103 d T :- 4 , - - - - , . < A T < 4 3.1 2.4 2.0 t 5 !1 3C3. BIOB 7 tie3 VlAeT4 Tep5l. CTPaTlf(oftK. ?.. 5 7.0 t.8 t:G J5 3.02 - .-n-BCB A T < 2 2. Z 2.1 2.1 1,9 2 0.01) a T > 3.0 2.4 2.0 1,7 10 t 2- < AT < 2.5 1.9 tj 1.4 12 CII-CCB- Be3 YqCTA lepm. mall"b"K. * 2.7 2.1 t.S t.5 31 7.62 C-cc3- AT < 2 1 2 0 : 1.6 1.0 t.4 5 - C3 4 T > 4 3 2 2.3 t.0 J.6 9 - 2- < ar < 4* 1 2,8 12,f 11.9 11.5 17 1 77 11 rpynar. ;7: III rpynn IV rpyn BUCOTS. m kv _ sucofa. m do RWCOTS. m w c 2,1 6 15 15 1 3 65 75 10 0 15 - J 3 1 65 0 75 6 15 15 3 t 55 0 75 0 I . , . , N . . . . . 1 . . x 4 0 3 4 a 1 2 7 066 6.7 5.9 5.4 4,8 17 32 0 7 7 7.2 6.7 6 0 1 0.04 0.99 3 4 3 2 : 1 3: 2:7 19 0.06 5.8 5.& 5.2 4.5 4 0 05 : 7 7 : 7.2 6;7 6:0 1 0.05 oj5 A8 4.1 3 6 3 0 3 7.4 6.4 5.7 5.0 4 4.4 3.7 3:2 2:6 t0 - - - 4 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 30 1 6 0 5 5 1 0 1 4 8 0.72 7.9 7.4 6.2 6 0 2 0 4 :1 3 8 : 3 2 : 2 9 : 1 72 D 8 : 5 5 : 4 3 : 4 5 : 7 0.06 7.9 7.5 5.5 6: 0 1 0:14 049 4.2 3.A 2'0 2.5 7 7 0 6 0 5.3 4 5 3 -- - - - - - - - 4.3 ?._ 3.6 3.3 13 6:9 5:9 5.2 4:6 1 - - A OR 4 2 5: 3.4 2 7 3: 22 7 6.41 8.4 8 8 7.5 7 9 5.6 9 5 4.4 4 6 3 2 7.62 7.1 Card 3/ A 2 4 1 3 5 3.9 3 0 t 2 5 3 -- . . . . 4 :6 3:S 3:2 2:7 8 - 7.7 6.3 5.1 4.0 1 S/020J61/136/003/014/027 i B019/B056 Legend to Tabl'e 1: 1) Direction of-wind. I1) S .outheast - south-south-east.1 south south-south-west - southwest. 12) West-northwest - east-southeast east east-northeast. 13) Northwest - north-north-West - north - north- northeast - northeast. II Without taking the thermal stratification into account. III) Group I. a~ Altitude in meters. b) Measured value. 0) Rotighnesij. IV), V), VI) groups 11, 111, and IV . VII) Mean value of roughness. The measured values of group I correspond to wind conditions at which, at a height of 0.75 m above the fundament of the mast, there is a wind velocity of up to 2.1 M/sec. Under analogous conditions the? wind velocity of group II is 2.1 - 3.9 m/sec, that of group 111 4.0 - 5.9 m/secf while the-wind velocity of group IV amounts to more than 6 m/sec. Card.4/4 ACCESSMI NR: AP4037557 S/0202/64/000/002/0027/0033 AUTHOR: Smirnovaj, N. P. TITLC: The use of correlation analysis for decoding the wave pattern in recordings of local earthquakes SOMCE: PIT TurlanSSR. Izv. Seriya fizilco-tekhnicheskikh, khimicheskikb i geologicheskikh nauk., no. 2J. 1964, 27-33. TOPIC TAGS: correlation analysis earthquake recording, Enismic wave, seismograph, seirmogram, earthquake AMTRACT: The author investigated the wave pattern of longitudinal, canposite, and transverse waves., as well as ,.-aves of a general nature, which were recorded seismographically by the Izgant, Kepele and Vannovskoye stations during the earthquake of 13 November 1961, and by the Sary*-Kull and Vannovskoye stations during the 13 June 1961 earthquake. The method of corz lation analysis is based on determining the correlation coefficient vhich is contained In the linear dependence 5x 0 a+ bx !-Card .,%rC NRI AP7004556 SOURCE CODES UR/0202/66 AUMOR: Ly1cov, V. I.; SmirnoVa. 1j. P. Oi.',G: Institute of Hi -he Earth re r~a4SR Ut -AtmosPhq - (Inatit _ftnd fizlki Zcm1i I atmosfery AN Turlo~SSR) 1~4 TITLE: Value of the ratio of velocities of head waves from discontinuity k~L SOURCE: AN Turkm"SR. Izvestlys. Serlya fiziko-teldinicheskikh, khimichaskikh I geologichaskikh nnuk, no. 3, 1966, 33-37 TOPIC TAGSt earthquake, Wioroviclc d1l)COnt:11AUlty, Uppor mantle, selomogram ABSTRAM . 1.) observations were made with "ZvMJj1a" c-Lations with inLol-mcdiato ,magnetic recording and it has been ound Lh;tL they record local and near earthquakes in the frequency range 1-5 cPr, with a good accurZLCY. Thia i .ai-ticlo is concerned primarily i-rith the of tho ratio or the velocities of the P and 5 head wavcs frora tlic 11-iollio.rovicic discontinu- a-ity. It was found that in the Ashkhabad rcf;ion therri is an anisotropy of about 10%; this factor must be taken into account lwfien constructing travel-time curves and when detennining coordinates of the focus when head waves from the Moho are used. Study of the behavior of the appar- ent velocities and the coefficient Kb, (ratio of boundary velocities) ,,ade it possible to obtain the first data on the character of the Moho at the southern margin of the Pred1copetdjr_skiY dounwarp. Since there is an anisotropy in the Kb ratio it appears that the matter of the upper mantle is -i-nore anisotropi.e for one of the typoo of rjrre3 (for Card 1/2 UDC! 550.340 KCC'_NR-'AP700455j6 ngitudinal or transvorse), Gbscr-~,al- with llz~- -I ~ L stat ions make ~_o I it possible to detenLnino 'Uhc ratio of ve-locitico Ln ~kc C! '11-acy to 1%. L Such an accuracy is adecrual -e for using this paramc~ter not only as a 'kinematic criterion of waves, bii',~, also as a of thn- mediumo On the other hand, use of scismogrcmis frora stations o'L the gencral pL. prelinimaY7 analysis of a larre, quantity of, data._---,- typo require OrIg. art:. has: 2 figuren. [JPRS i 38,46Y SUB CODEt 08 SUBM DATEI 15Lbv65 ORIG RM 002 2/2 SAFARGALIYEVy G.S.p kand. yurid.nauk;PALIGOV,NJ., akcad.; IiGGATYREV, A.S.; AFAFASIYEV, A.V., prof.; BYKOV, B.A.; SHAKINATOVI V.F., kand. istor. nauk; POKROVSKIY, S.N., akad.; SAVOSIKO, V.K., kand. istor. nwik; NUSUPBEKOV, A.F.t kand. istor. nauk; BAISFEV, S.B., akad.; GOROKH- VODATSKIYy I.S.9 kand. istor. nauk; AXIMTOVg A., kapd. istor. nauk; RAKHIXOVy A.v kand. istor. nauk; PIVUI, N.F.; CHULANOV, G.Ch., doktor ekonom. nauk; BOROVSKIY, V.A., kand. ekonom. nauk; SYDYKOV, A.S., kand. pedagog. nauk; ZHANGELIDIN, T.y kand. filos. nauk; KARASAYEV, L.K.; KAWAPIN, A.K.t kand. istor. nauk; BELENOV, M.D., kand. ekonom. nauk; KARYNBAYEV, S.R., kand. mod. nauk; AKMWOV, doktor filolog.nauk; SILICHENKO, M.S., doktor filolog. nauk; YERZA- KOVICH, B.G., kamd. iskusstvovedcheskikh nauk; RYBAKOVA, N.; MUKHTA- ROV, A.I.; BOGATENKOVA, L.I.; UNDAKBAYEV, B.; SIRANTOV, K.S.; SHVYD- KO, Z.A., red.; MPIMTSOVA, L.B., red.; ZLOBIN, M.V., tekhn. red. (The Soviet Kazakh Socialist Republic] Kazakhskaia Sovetskaia So- tsialistichebkaia Respublika. Alma-Ata, Kazakhskoe gos. izd-vo, 1960. 477 p. (MIRA 14:6) 1. Akademiya nauk Kaz.SSR (for Fallgov, Pokrovskiy, Baishev) 2. Chlen-korrespondent Akademii nauk KazSSR (for Bykov, Smirnovaq Sillchenko) (Kazakhstan) MI P, C, 11 r1 17-1 1 EM. ",- ~! r ~'. I . - 8, ~.' come of ,!IV, 88-103 C a 11 AUTHORS: See Table of Contents TITLE: A Dynamic Theory of the Propqg8tion of StFismic Waves (Voprosy dinamicheskoy teorii rasprostraneniya seysmicheskikh voln) First Collection (Sbor-ni"k 1) PUB. DATA: Gosudarstvennoye nauchno-tekhnicheskoye izdatel'stvo neftyanoy i gorno-toplivnoy literatury, Leningrad- skoye otdeleniye, Leningrad, 1957, 386 pp., lgoo copies. ORIG. AGENCY: Ministerstvo neftyanoy Promyshlennosti SSSR. .L. Neuchno-issledovatel'skly institut geoflzicheskikh metodov razvedki (NIIGR) EDITORS: Editors: Polshkova, M. K. and Petrashen', G. I-; Editor-in-Chief: Fedotova, M. I.; Tech. Ed.., Gennadlyeva, I. M.- Corrector,- Segall, Z.G, PURPOSE: This collection is intended for seismologists and particularly exploration seismologists and senior university and graduate students interested in geo- physics and in the theories of elasticity and Card 1/6 acoustics. Call Nr: 1119002 A Dynamic Theory of the Propagation of Seismic Waves (Cont.) lems In oil-bearing areas diminishes the efficiency of existing techniques. Therefore a careful study of these articles may lead to application of the dynamic theory described In interpret- ing seismograms. The first 6rticle (pp. 7-69) by Petrashen' discusses the most typical problems in wave propagation and the method of their solution. Simplification of the final formulas computed for the components of the fields of displacement is the main consideration. The second article by Petrashen' (pp. 70-163) describes the general quantitative theory of re- flected and first-arrival waves. The third article, that by Petrashen' and Manukhov, considers wave intensities and data on the parameters required in composing theoretical seismograms. The fourth and fifth articles examine the method of composing such theoretical seismograms. The concluding articles examine wave propagation in an elastic semi-space. No personalities are mentioned; there are bibliographic references at the end of each article. Card 3/6 Call Nr; 1119002 A Dynamic Theory of the Propagation of Seismic Waves (Cont.) Ch. IV. Smirnova.--N-. -S..' Tsepelev, N. V. Berdennikova, N.I. _ CoiftrF6-~It ion of Theoretical Seismograms for Reflect- ed, and First-Arrival Waves Propagated in Plane- parallel Media. 213-248 No personalities are mentioned; there are 4 references, all USSR. Ch. V. Malinovskaya, L. N. Composition of Theoretical Seismograms 249-282 No personalities are mentioned; there are 5 references, all USSR. Ch. VI. Manukhov, A. V. Exact Theoretical Seismograms for Wave Propagation in an Elastic Semi-space _283-295 No personalities are mentioned; there are 3 references, all USSR. Card 5/6 Call Nr: 1119002 A Dynamic Theory of the Propagation of Seismic Waves (cont.) Ch. VII. Ogurtsov, K. I., Uspenskiy, I. N. and Yermilova, N.I. Quantitative Investigations of Wave Propagation in the Simplest of Elastic Media 296-365 No personalities are mentioned; there are 5 references, all USSR. Ch. VIII. Some Explanations for the First Four Articles of thjs Collection 366-386 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 6/6 32485 S/OAA/61/000/010/051/051 -7, Clil/C222 AUTHORS: Smirno and -;-ermi lovva, N.I. TITLE: On the construction of theoretical seismograms in 'the neighborhood of the origins PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal~ Matematika, no. 10, 1961, 57-58, abstract 10 V 330. ("Vopr. dinamich. teorii rasprostr. seysmich. voln.11 3. L., Leningr. un-t, 1959,16!-21,';) TEXT: The authors describe a method for the construction of theoretical seismograms of the reflected and the shook waves in the neighborhood of the origin. The authors give an assembly of the calculation formillas and discuss questions relating to the obtaining of the auxiliary functions appearing in the formulas. The appendices I and 2 of the paper contain tables. At first the functions I (a.) I(a) a d3 I I fj a e dg e Card lk~ -,I ;A5 .J/04 61/000/010/051/051 on the construction of theoretical C111YC222 4 are tabulated, where a = jai e and the branch of the root is determined by the condition arg 5 -1,-- for (1 0 . These 8 functions satisfy the equation y"(a) + 2ayl(a) y(a) 0 for the initial conditions 11(0) 1 .75)(1 i), 1(0) = F( 1 ~75) 3 1,' (0) --5) i) , I i (0) = 1 .25) - ""he table I contains values of 1,1(a)1 ps .9S vnilk~?s of 2 (a) T, + a.) a arg Ika) with rftree, decimals for 1-9.1 0-00(0-01) 1.00 (0,10) 5.00 ThCI Tab,~- II cr,ntairis values of Card 2/t~ 0, the construction of theoretical. where 12485 F-,/044/61/ooo/010/051/051 Gill/C222 (T) ib (T) W - I -t dw, (D+ (,r, r) 2,. to F e' I - L. (T) (T) IV + (c, r) F eiw'c dca, > 0. F. - ~ I /'(c 1(Z) 1114 (C V, =--.) I e- Ir--- < 0, I EO (C if 0. lbe (C Y=-. < 0. Card 3/ 4 3106 0/6 2/03 5/005/014/0 -.5 D~47/D307 Ye. V. rova, Klytiahn4kova, G. G. and Szairn-ova, ion, o.L -buteriL, o' crack- tfie but;itte nz~ -'ase!3 on a pnouprioric acid "'i'I'm ccltalytit -,rikladnoy v. 35, no. 5, 1'~362, C%rvicro ~'Or lilms Ot, i.haspi.ovic ac-I'd, based on na- irxvvati6atod. The fil- .,~crL orcr;~trcd or~ tne b,-.oe of 6round qU.'ArtZ of uand3 tr-,~ated -,,,Ith HF. cavried out under constant flow conditions. ;,n i:. prcsuure from atmosPher-ic to 40 - 50 a=. wao-found tv lov,,cr efficiency of the polymerization proce.9s. A aer-193 sands were also prepured as carrIera to inveati- t.' i ff c- c t u of impurities and of SpeQific grain ijurfacea. Re- cxpreLijed as the yield of diisobutylene polymer as a por- :/2 U/', "O-j 5/00.") 0 14/0 1 07 f~)j. C: 2. e L; 0 C;-. e - r- u r- C t fi I S "IU3 a r L h e e a c 0 a i m i -,; mi e v nd i 0 o J~ vo (at atmosp'. t ea- Q U,'! C; b .-.Lr-c 0" 75 for t"r,e roac- C a i n p i i 'G ra L e ~I-e3h priospnoric cv~id for -.he 0.5 0 . 7;'~ 0-* or j4r,~i- quantity per fo-i, 50 hours -,xicier these conditions, t'-e uc- oa quartz uccamc, comparable y ---.du3-.r.4al catalyst (phosphoric acid on s %-.,cre eaL;ier to re~e- ,-b,, sed cataiyot '~~(:UCG'-3 t :1 1 ~'.!;,.d air or steam and bloa]"nz thtn -i*.,--,Ot. Acid-rezistant sl~eal -eac tor usod aa a v d d not 2f-'ect I 1-i e reaction. There are 2 fijures. r ~,. z; 3,,r z;'~ iy Losudarstvennyy universitet imeni II. G. Oht;i,nyLi1r.evsko~o (Saratov S-,,-te Unlvaruit~y imeni .l. G. Chcr.~y:~hevukiy A2ril 10, 1961 SMIRNOVA, N.S. Calculation of wave fields in the vicinity of aencdes. Pt. 1. Vop. din. teor. raspr. seism. voln no.6:30-59 162. (bffRA 16:7) (S4ASMIC waves) VC)T 7Tj IT ey f C, 11c) -a) 'i"zros -ic,-,-Ona-se~enlya sw az i c al ric e s r t F -'rlc 09 ,Iti ~-.:)rjg, port fo t re 1-4 G sl,UBI,IGVA, 11. tITI.e t,;!~e~ otanicall COng, E, 3-12 AujL 6- 01~ p'-s ,jssl~ MIK1,111HEV, KHOMAZAK, A.I.; 11,01~HFIM03f)1- SMIRNOVA, il,s.; DL3r)rder.- in circulaLory regu1-aI,.--,-,-,n atherosclerosis in 4-)gs. Trudy Innit .-I~n- I okrper. ka! AN Grw- SSR 8:1.81- 186 163. k"'.:RA 1. Ukralnskiy institut N. I , D.,33tra-zheska, Klyev. L 16174-66 EWT(m)/EWP(J)/T. WWIJWAWRM ACC NR: AP5025348 SOURCE CODE: UR/0366/65/001/010/1868A8n AUTHOR% Chapplya, A. S.; Zhisdyuk, B. I.; 11~rzhenko, L. M.; Golub, G. I.; Ponbdia-Y-ey, A. A. ORG. Saratov State University Imi. N. G. Chern shev (Saratovaidy gosudarstvennyy. univereirer- TITLE: P drogenatio of aromatic amin"I on ruthenium catalysts SOURCE: Zhurnal organicheskoy khimiip v. 1, no* 10p 1965P 1868-1871 TOPIC TAGS: hydrogenation, aromatic nitro compound., primary aromatic amine, catalysio, aniline, ruthenium ABSTRACT.*' Aniline and m- and p-phenylenediamine (I) were hydrogenated In liquid phase on Ru catalysts at 100-1700 to give cyclohexane analogs. All of the RU catalysts testel gave satisfactory results, however, the rate of hydrogenation decreased in the order Ru02>Ru-C7Ru-siliea gel. The p)cesence of an additional Card 1/2 UDCi 542-541 s 547-551/3 546-96 L 16174-66 ACC NR: AP5025348 on the aromatic rinSl slowed down the reaction. Hydro- amino or nitro group genation of I at 80 atm. H-Pressure occurred faster in polar solvents (H20, MsOH than in solvents of lower polarity (EtOR, PrOH, n-amyl alcohol, or dioxane). In a,.. typical experiment, the catalyst was placed in a rotating autoclave, the aromatic in a 3-10-fold amount of solvent, the autoclave pressurized with amino added electrolytic H to 110 atm. ani histed In an electric oven. After the H absorption: was fini-,$,ed, the catalyst was filtered offq the solvent eliminated,, an] the residue distilled in vacuo. The hy&-ogenation of I is highly ster4ospecific and yields almost exclusively trans-1,4--iiaminocyclohexans. Orig. art. has: 2 fi gures and 1 table. SUB CODE: o7 Sam DATz: 09Nov64/ -jM!GiWs OM/~~AOTR "M 1 005" Card 2/2 m p t4 (I vA FONOW-RE-Vi A~A- :lyl-ogenatioa some, aromatic a!:~j-ds and thv-r J,~,rivatsves ruthenillm 4atalysts,, Znuf. org, Y=m, I 1;g 165. T -52535 NR: AT6012710 CESSION AC and 8 figures* ASSOCIATION: nms ' o 00 WCU* D : L 001 OTHM NO REP. K(YV* 00511 2 2. Card T PIN S S S. J C!" CI "ilie Chemistry and Metabolism of Carbohycb-ates in An!lw-l and Plant Orgardsms. CnnferQrice ir, Moscow. January 28 to T=.LLQ-ry 30 1958. AT4MO06 S/2789/63/000/051/0014/0019 ACCESSION NR: AUTHOR: Gayvoronskiy, 1. 1.; Krasnovskaya, L. I.; Seregin, Yu. A.; Smirnova, N. V.; TITLE: The problem of the temperature limits of applicability of the method of artificial modification using solid carbon dioxide '~-jRCE: Tsentrallnaya aerologicheskaya observatorlya. Trudy*, no. 51, 1963, 14-19 lurit, IMUZ: meteorology, weather modification, fog, cloud, fog modification, cloud modification, solid carbon dioxide,.Ice crystal, cloud seeding, dry Ice, supercooled cloud, Ice formation ABSTRAM Information on the temperature limits of effectiveness of solid carbon dioxide as a reagent for the artificial modification of the phase state 6f super- cooled fogs and clouds is contradictory, as demonstrated a review of the Soviet and THIs article therefore reports on theoreticarl western literature on this subject. and experimental investigations to resolve this question. The authors used the i! theory of homogeneous condensation in saturated vapor to study the generation of ice crystal nuclei at different temperatures. A previously derived formula (L. 1. Krutskaya, Trudy TsAO, No. 19, 1958) Is cited which gives the rate of formation of nuclei of the new phase at the time of introduction of solid carbon dioxide tnto a leugercooled cloud; this formula was used in computing the quantity of nuclei of the: or ACCESSION NR: AT4o4ooo6 inew phase formed under different conditions. It is shown that the generation of I i ~nuclei of ice crystals in a cold chamber and in the atmosphere changes in conformi- ty to different laws. For example, at a temperature of. -4C the effectiveness of 'C02 in a cold chamber is two orders of magnitude less than at -10C. In natural iclouds, when granules of C02 are seeded from an aircraft, the generation of Ice ;crystal nuclei remains quite intense to -IC. As a-result, the production of-6 le down large number of ice crystal nuclei in supercooled clouds and fogs is possib ,to temperatures of several tens of degrees below zero. However, to obtain the same ..,effect on the microstructure at a higher temperature, it is necessary to have a ';higher concentration of propagating crystals. At hightemperatures the width of the' ozone forming from one pass of the aircraft will be smaller than at lower tempera- ;Itures. Various specific experiments and groups of experiments are described in :detail. The following were the general conditions: vertical thickness of clouds fogs - 100 to 1,000 m; air temperature at upper cloud boundary - +0-5 to -4.9C;! Itemperaturd at lower boundary - 0 to -8.IC; wind veloci.ty In the cloud or fog layer, not in excess of 3 m/sec. The experiments revealed that It Is possibli to inodify~-_ j.(disperse) clouds and fogs at temperatures as low as -2C. The experiments were made at Alma Ata, Frunze and Dzhambul and made It possible to keep the airports at Nthose cities free of fogs-and low clouds. it Is noted that further work must be 'done to determine the influence of wind on artificial modification of fogs and ds and the modification of clouds and fogs associated with frontal processes. ':2/3 ACCESSION NR: AT40ooo6 Orig. art. has: 9 formulas, I figure and 3 tables. ASSOCIATION: Tsentrallnaya aerologicheskaya observatoriya (Central Aerological Observatory) SUBMITTED: 00 ENCL:' 00 SUB CODE: ES NO REF SOV: 001 OTHER: dk'2 Illy Car.d.i 3/3 KIRPICHNIKOV, M.E.; LEBEDEV, D.V.; SMIRNOVA, N.V. ".. -_: , Aleksandr Allfonsovich Grosageim, 1888-1948. Moskva, Izd-vo Akad.nauk SSSR, 1953. 127 p. (MLRA 6:11) (Gorsegeim, Aleksandr Allfonsovich, 1888-1948) (Bibliography--Grosageim, Aleksandr Allfon3ovich, 1888-1948) (Groasgeim. Aleksandr Allfonsovich, 1888-1948--Bibliography) (Caucasus--Botany) (Botany--Caucasus) .i CHERLUKIIIII., A.Yo.) inzh., red.; ASHKENAZI, E.L., red.; YEFUEI~GVA, V.K., red.; IVAEOV, N.F., red.; MUST40BRODSWIA, L.L., red.; YOSHENTSEXA, I.I.I. red.; KHABDITI, Me., red.; BELIGHTI., V.I., r.qladshiy red.; KOMAIROVA, Ye.B., mladshiy red.- S',-'IH11GV4 N 1; r,ladshiv red.; Klkff:-IGVA, I.I., mladshl4y red.; BRUDNO, K-.F-.) tekhn. red.; KOLEE-SNIKOVA, A.P., tekhn. red. [English-Russian technical dictionary].Anglo-russkii politokJmi- cheskii slovarl. Moskva, Glav. red. inostr. nauclmo-tekhn. slo-varei Fizrpatgiza, 1962. 663 p. (111RA .15: 11) (English language--Dictionai-ies-liussian) (TechnoloQr-Dicti-onaries) SMIRNOVA, N.V. I Scientific activity ofIthe Botany Department of the Krivoy Rog State Pedagogical Irstitute. Bot.shur.[Ukr.] 11 no.1:116 154. (MMA 8:7) (Krivoy Rog-Botany-Study and teaching) ,Ibs Jour Pipf Zhljr Biol., No 211 ).9583 95392 Auth~_-r Khrobtov, N.S., Smirilova, N.V. Inst Burynt -Mongol State Agricultural Experimental Station Title IrriLPti,Dn Syster. and the Influence (,,:C Different 'TyjjC.3 band doses of fertilizers on Irrigatod Meadows. Orig Pub Tr. Bury-at-Mong. gos. ,.)pytn. st., 1957, vYp.. 2, 65-80 P,bstract No abstract. Carl 1/1 E N D 122b ARENDARUK. A.P.; BUDOVSKIY. R.1.; GOTTIKH, B.P.; KARPEYSKIY. M.Ya. KUDRYASHOV, L.I.; SKOLDINOV, A.F.; SMIRNOVA, N.V.; KHORLIN, A.Ya. KOCHETKOV, U.K. Dihydrosarcomycin and related compounds. Part.le- Zhur.ob.khim. 27 no-5:1312-1318 MY '57. (MTRA 10:8) I.Institut farmakologii i khimioterapii Akademii meditsinskikh nauk SSSR. (Antibiotics) -.ffJIITDARUIL', A.P., SMOLIN, D.D., SK SMIRIIOVA,jT,-Y-,-, [OLDINOV, A.P. Esters of lf-(Rrylalkyl)-i~-phenylisonipecotic acid. Medprom.12 no.7 31-35 Jl 158 (MIRA 11:8) 1. Institut farmakologii i khimioterapii AMN SSSR. (NIPYGOTIC ACID) KLIMKO, V.T.; PROTOPOFOW,., T.V.; SMIR11,10VA, N.V.; SKUDINOV, A.F. Funct~.onal derivatives of rAloncdiald6hyda- and their reactionz!. Part 12! Preparation of Ikox-yacroleins. Zhur.ob.khim. 32 no.9:2961-2966 S 16-9. (miru 1. Institut farmakologii i khimioterapii AMI SSSR. (Acrolein) GROMOV, I.M.; GUREYEV, A.A.; NOVIKOV, G.A.; SOKOLOV, I.I.; STRELKOV, P.P.; CHAFSKIY, K.K.; PAVICVSKIY, Ye.N., akademik, glav. red.; BY)RiOVSKIY, B.Ye., red.; MONCHADSKIY, A.S., red.; SKARLATO, O.A., red.; SHTAKELIBERG, A.A., red.; SMIRMOVA, N.V., red.; SMIRNOVA, A.V., tekhn. red. (Mammals of the U.S.S.R.] Mlekopitaiushchie fauny SSSR. Sost. I.M.Gromov i dr, Moskva, Izd-To AN SSSR. Pts.1-2. 1963. (MIRA 16:9) 1. Akademiya nauk SSSR. Zoologicheskiy institut. (Mammals) 3M PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/1880 Leningrad. Glavnaya geofizicheskaya, observatoriya Mikroklimat severnoy chasti Kazakhskogo melkosopochnika (Microclimate of the Northern Part of the Kazakh Hummocky Region) Leningrad, Gidrometeoizdat, 1958. 207 P. Errata slip inserted. 800 copies printed. Sponsoring Agency: Glavnoye upravleniye gidrometeorologicheskoy sluzhby pri Sovete Ministrov SSSR. Ed. (Title page): I.A. Golltsberg, Doctor of Geographical Sciences; Ed. (Inside book): V.D. Pisarevskaya; Tech. Ed.: N.V. Volkov, PURPOSE: This book is intended for meteorologists, agronomists, workers on collective farms, and the interested layman. COVERAGE: This book provides a climatic description of the Kazakh "Melkosopochnik" (hummocky region). It lists the results of studies C ard l/-0,- Microclimate of the Northern Part (Cont.) SOV/1880 made on the microclimate of the region. Individual chapters deal with the physical phenomena underlying and shaping the microclimatic features, and the effect the latter have upon the region's agri- culture. The work was prepared by members of the GGO and the KazNIGMI. A map on the recurrence of drought was drawn Lip by Doctor of Agricultural Sciences A.M. Alpatlyev and scientific worker A.I. Trofimova of the Vsesoyuznyy institut rasteniyevodstva. Ye.I. Kuznetsova worked on data dealing with the temperature of the active slopes of Li Pkhill En and the changes in prevailing air currents brought about under the influence of relief. The chart showing the amount of precipitation during the warm period of the year was drawn up by L.P. Kuznetsova under the direction of Doctor of Geo- grahpical Sciences O.A. Drozdov (GGO). There are 89 references of which 81 are Soviet, 6 German, 1 French, and 1 English. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Foreword C ard 2/8-- Microcilmate of the Northern Part (Cont.) SOV/-1880 Ch. I. Methods of Conducting Investigations The Organization of Microclimatic Investigations In the Kazakh Hummocky Region (I.A. Golltsberg) 5 The Methods of Field Observations of the,Combined GGO Expe- dition and the Description of the Working Locality (T.A. Golubova) 6 Weather Characteristics During the Period of the Expedition's Activities,(N.Vi. Smirmova) 11 Ch..II. A Brief Characterization of the Climate of a Wann Period I. . (N.V. Sm-irnova) The Physi-c-a-T-G-eographic Properties of the Region 16 Conditions of the Development of Climate and the Characteris- tics of Its Individual Elements 17 Ch. III. The Mechanism of the Formation of Microclimatic Dif- ferences Under the Conditions of a Dissected Relief The Radiation Regime of Slopes (Ye.P. Barashkova and T.A. Golubova) 34 Card Microclimate of the Northern Part (Cont.) sov/1880 Determining the Temperature of the Active Surface of Slopes (Li'Pkhill En) 42 Wind Conditions and Their Effect on Thermal Variations (Ye.N. Romanova) 45 The Kicroaerologic Features of the Cold Air Flow Over a Slope (P.A. Vorontsov) 63 The Microaerologic Features of the structure of Nocturual Inversions (P.A. Vorontsov) 70 Ch. IV. The Microclimatic Peculiarities of the Thermal Cycle and of the Humidity of Air Under the Conditions of a Dissected Relief Soil Temperature (Ye.P. Arldiipova) 79 Air Temperature (M.Ya. Glebova) 94 The 24-Hour Cycle of Air Temperature (Z.A. Mishchenko) 117 The Relative Humidity of,Air (M.Ya. Glebova) 128 Ch. V. Main Features of the Adverse Conditions of a Vege- tation Period Drought and Dry Winds (I.A, Golltsberg) 134 Card 4/V Microclimate of the Northern Part (Cont.) SOV/1880 The Recurrence of Rainless Periods (A.D. Gedeonov) 137 Frosts (I.A. Goltsberg) 140 Ch. VI. The Effect of the Relief of the Hummocky Region on the Agrometeorological Conditions of Growth and De- velopment of Agricultural Crops and Natural Herbs Agrometeorological Conditions of Growth and Development of Plants (A.P. Fedoseyev and G.G. Beloborodova) 149 The Effect of Thermal Periodicity on the Growth and Develop- ment of Grain Crops (Z.A. Mishchenko) 165 Ch'. VII. The Agroclimatic Features (I.A. Golltsberg) The Requirements of Agricultural Crops From Climatic Factors 170 Agroclimatic Featuresof a Vegetation Period for the Area of the Kolkhoz im. Kirov, Aryk-Balykskiy rayon, Kokchetavskaya oblast' 176 Bibliography 183 Card 5A7 KURANOVA, I.P.; S~ffRNOVA, N.V. Preparatton of Phiodogramicidin S. Izv. AIN SSSR. no.6:1148 Je 163. (MIRA 16:7) 1. Instittit kristallografii AN S3SR. (Antibiotici) CAYVOISKIY, 1. 1.; KRASNOVSKAYA, L. I.; SEREGIN, Yu. A.; SMIRBOVA, V. U Temperature limits of the applicability of the method of artificial reaction using solid carbonic acid. Trudy TSAO no. 51:14-19 63. (MIRA 17:5) S'. i I :-ulro V-k, 11. V. "Type of Cement and the Influ61" e of Cementation Upon the Collector Itroperties of SandZI ~Iocrksff Tr. Vses. Neftegazovogr, n.-i. in-ta, No 4, 12-53--IL6, 19-54 The author considers the problem of the influence of textural types of cerient ani percentage composition of cement upon the collector properties of fine-grain quartz sandstones of the productive horizons of the gas deposits In the West Ukraine. He selecto the principal and intermediate textural types with uniform and iv-;nuniform. distribution of cement among the grains. (RZhGeol, No 6, 1954) SO: Sum. 492, 12 May 55 SMIRNOVAO N.V. -Z', Now data obtained from comparing cross sections of the Ugersko series in the Carpathian Mountain region. Trudy TNII no.11:65-83 157. (MLRA JO.-11) (Carpathian Mountain region--Petroleum geology) 3(5) SOV/9-59-7-7/15 AUTHOR Smimova, N.V. ,T-ITLE 2 Cement Types and Their Effect on Permeability 'of Sandy Rocks FERIODICALt Geologiya nefti i gaza, 1959, Nr 7,pp 33 - 39 (U-SSR) ABSTRACT: Collecting properties of oi-I and gas bearing sand horizons are often subjected to changes due to the different degrees of cementation of rocks. The regularity of such changes can be established by in- vestigating the cements of collecting rocks. Until present a summary composed by M.S. Shvetsov on cement charac--~eristics had served as a basis for work with elastic rocks. The author of the present art�cle carried out a detailed subdivision of cement types according to correlations between the cement and the grains. There are two groups,i.e. uniform and non-uniform cements. The first group includes t the pellicular, contact, porous,incomplete porous and basal types. Non- uniform cements are divided into two subsections including mixed and clotted types. Characteristics of the different cement types are given in a -table and are illustrated by diagrams and microphotos. The effect of the cement content on the porosity and permeability of sandstone was Card 1/2 investigated and it was stated that regular inversely proportional Cement Types and Their Effect on Permeability of Sandy Rocks SOV/9-59-7-7/15 correlations between permeabilA~ and content of cement could be deter- mined only within each of the aforementioned groups and not in general. Data obtained proved that the cement content in sandy gas and oil collectors can vary from the fraction of a per cent to 4~~, according to the type of cement. Sandstone and aleurolites with basal, basal- porous, porous-basal and porous cementscannot form collectors. All other types analyzed can serve as.oil and gas collectors. It is concluded that the described investigation of cement types permits to estimate the collecting indicators of sandy and aleurolite rocks and explains regu- larities kn their change. There are: 1 table, 2 diagrams, 1 set of microphotos, 1 graph and 2 Soviet references. ASSOCIATIONt Instimut geologii i razrabotki goryuchikh iskopayemykh AN SSSR (Institute of' Geolog~ and Exploitation of Minerkl Fuels of AS USSR) Card 2/2 SMIRNOVA, N.Y. Types of cements in sandstones and siltstones. Trudy Iast. gpol. i razrab. gor. iskop. 1:247-259 6o. (MIR4 14::L) (RockB. Sedimentary) SMIRNOVA, N.V. Relationship between silification and the reservoir properties of,Devanian sandstones in the Volga-Ural region. Geol. nefti i gaza 5 no.7:38-42 J1 161. (MIRA 14:9) 1. Institut geologii i razrabotki goryuchikh iskopayemykh. (Volga-Ural region-Oil, sands-Permeabi-lity) (Porosity) (Quartz) 1,, a( , v -m , 1.1 ,~cv no , 7. . n, tik :_. . I : I I , iLlj-,,,I~n orp -, ;., c. -irpoundo . 7't f."' i pu~~ kJhcz~ 2 I I ,. '~ I ~,~ . T F. ~ " 7 1 ic I ~, , 5 1 1 F~J* 0-i Off I A- j Tim -,., .1 4 00 see oot Op 000 oej ALM.! 8 I AIO OPCOISMS WDIA J-1-1- j& a .00 b;b0cubasm by A. XASANSKI v-,RcW-!. , Pblb. CmH,, As S. P- T. 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Imill - Ili I- pilklip-tj It u ;,lm ..,Is 11,11 %N* r-I All )-no"I tplm I-%% J.'I 1,~I I, III It! p.11I 1p0 J~Iljj I1U!V%V SUIAIAM 111 '101 Ili) 14111141114~1 'I-11 1 -1 Arp (11 V C-1A,l 3,11t1l Ajnj~l In 1-11XV 101111 ,Jam' Fx1olln. 10 -I'll ~f r.~mljnnt,, -A '~.N -stluolins lhilp lAtialidouluIV-4 Ir ,it r Y r w 3 r 0 0 9 0 0 0 Oj SMIR140VA, N.V. "On the Ronction of' Ketene With the Amiduf5 of Carboxylic Acids. " TheSis for degree of Cand, Chemical Sci. Sub 2F Jun 50, Moscow Order of Lenin State U Imeni M. V. LomonoBov SummarY 71, 4 Se. .-;2, Dissertations Presented for Degrees in Science and Engineering in Moscow in 11050. Frcm Vechergaya Moskva) Jan-Dec. 1950 USSR/Chemistry TrisayInitrogen I Jun 52 "Preparation ot Compounds of the Triacy;Lnitro- gen Type," N.V. Smirnova, A.P. Skoidinov., K.A. Koches~aov, Corr Nem, Acad of Sci SSSRJO All- Union Sci Res Cham-Phar Inst imeni S. Ordzhoni- kidze' "Dok Ak Nauk SSSR" Vol 84, No 4, PP 737-740 Ketene reacts with amides in the presence of F-I