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USSR / Cultivated Plams. Fc r-a '7 -_@a c, 3 . Abs J31!v: ;i@'-f 2"hur-Bi0l., lu, 730---'!. t- cr S t e 1 a,.,,, 1,. 0., s. I k iA Inst 10, o z;I-iven. Title I I ow uo Grow Hi,@h Df Per--nnial Grasse., Pub: 3vul. siI's'I,o--jspod. inforrl. Zh4-com. obl. v-d. c- ia 61ya poshir. polit. ta naulk, znan I , lc".;:i:7, No Abstract: Accordj.nt@. to data of the No',--orod-Vol'ynskiy var' ty Lest plot, on turf-podzolic soils of Zhitomirskaya O'blast a crop of red clover in a mixture with Timothy Lrass is the most successful of all. For the forest-steppe rayons of the Oblast - a grass i@iiixture of clover and lucerne with tii--@othy grass, w fescue or tall oatbrass. Clover gives a .:)eado, hay 'har-,jest of about 41 c, and mixtures with timc- cl 'p I. ant s - c rc) 1) '.iven with a two- ,j, "na. st vesi-Ilts are cl- @ial @rasses. -R e ander p,@@rerlr- v n f i3lds -,f flax ara ot 'qor '.IU '@@rea3eu 3 th c r,flter ime Jos is n ar- ,itural cr, fertil 1/2 jj(-,atlO aserq t 1-,,3 app i c,, e -t dI na f 0 Ref @Jiu a r d.c' 70 137-1958-3-505Z Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1958, Nr 3, p 85 (USSR) AUTHOR: Stel' makov, S. M. TITLE: Progressive Forging Technology Based on Consolidated Plant Experience (Mezhzavodskaya peredovaya tekhnologiya kovki) PERIODICAL: V sb. : Kuznechno-shtampovochn. proiz-vo. Leningrad, Lenizdat, 1957, pp 73-77 ABSTRACT: Consolidated operational experience of a coordinated skilled crew was utilized in the process of rationalizing the production in press-forging shops. Novel technological processes ensuring high production indices were developed and adapted, comprising: drop-hammer production of ring-shaped forgings, flanges, crane hooks, etc. P. S. Card 1/1 GINZBURG, Zalman tioiseyevich;,-ST~~IKAKOV,.Sergey Mikhaylovich; BANGE, P.M., in-zh@@'-i'::' ent., B.O., inzh., retsenzent; FAVL07ICH, KAKIOV. F.V.. dotsent, kand.tokhn.nauk, obshchiy red.; ATRO- SHM&O, A.P., dotsent, kand.tekhn.nauk9 red.; BORODULINA. I.A., red.izd-va; SPAMISKAYA, O.V., LHodernizing the press-forging equipment and dies used in forge shops] Modernizatsiia kuznechno-pressovogo oborudovaniia i shtampovoe khoziaistvo kuznechnykh tsekhov. Pod obshchei red. P.V.Kameneva. Moskva, Gos.nauchno-takhn.izd-vo mashinostroit. lit-ry, 1958. 66 p. (Bibliotechka kuznetsa-novatora, no.8) (MIRA 12:12) (Forge shops--Equipment and supplies) -)E 1 BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/3373 Zalman Moiseyevich, and Sergey Mikhaylovich Stel'makov Modernizatsiya kuznechno-pressovogo oborudovaniya i shtampovoye khozyaystvo kizznechnykh tsekhov (Modernization of Forging and Press Equipment and Die Fandling In Forging Shops) Moscow, Mashgiz, 1958. 68 p. (Series: Bibliotechka kLiznetsa-novatora vyp. 8) 7,500 copies printed. General Ed.: P. V. Kamnev, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Docent; Reviewers: B. 0. Bange, Engineer, and P. M. Pavlovich, Engineer; Ed.: A. P. Atroshenko, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Docent; Ed. of Publishing House: I. A. E'Icrodulina; Tech. Ed.: 0. V. Speranskaya; Managing Ed.-for Literature on I.'achine-building Technology (Leningrad Division, Mashgiz'): Ye. P. Naumov, Engineer. PURPOSE: This booklet is intended for forge-shop- workers. It may also be useful to technical personnel in forge shops and to students in secondary schools and schools of higher technical education. Card 1/3 Nu-derriizaUon of 1,orging (Cont.) SOV/3373 COVE?PIE': The bnukleL gives an-account of progressive methods for modernizing forgi equipment. rind for organizing the production, use, and maintenance of dies. Repai (-,f Uquipment and the production and use of dies are described in detail. No per- s@Dnalities are mentioned. There are 19 references, all Soviet. TPHE OF CONTENTS: Tntroduc@lion Ch. I. Experience Acquired in the Modernization of Forging and Press 3 Equipment 4 1. General questions of modernization of drop and swage hammers 4 Open-die forging hammers 14 3. Swage hammers 16 4. Board drop hammers 21 Crank presses 22 6. Horizontal forging machinery n8 oc 7. @ercussion presses 31 S. Steam-hydraulic presses 34 Ch. !I. 11andling of Dies in the Forge Shop 35 9. Selection of types of die steel 35 10. Some data on the production of dies 36 11. Effect of die design on service life 47 12. Mounting of dies 52 ',,-,dernizaLI'c-n cjf Forlaing (Corlt,@ SOV/3373 13. Use of dies 56 14. Storage of dies. Keeping of die-operation records 58 15. Repair of dies 60 Appendixes 62 Bibliography 67 AVAIL@BLE: Library of Congress Card 3/3 VK/lsb 3-21-60 LYASHENKO v Semen Vlasovich, inzh.,- -SUJ4_'WOV. S.M. t inzh., red.; SHILLING, V.A.9 GVIRTSp T.1-9 [Use of-dies with disbed-spring shock absorbers for tri-in presses; Minsk Tractor Plant practices] Primenenie shtampov s amortizatorami iz tarellchatykh pruzhin dlia obrezrqkb pressov; opyt Minskogo traktornogo zavoda. Leningrad, 1960. 12 p. (Lenin- gradskii Dom nauchno--tekhnicheskoi propagandy, Obmen peredovym opytom. Seriia: Kavk4 i gorlachaia shtampovka, no.5). (MIRA 14t6) (Forging machinery) (Minsk-Tractor industry) VOLIK , Yuriy Prokof lyefich; YERMOLAYEV , Yevgeni;y Nikolayevich; CHESHOKOV, Viktor Kuzlmich; STE I -.N,, red.; FREGMI D.P.9 rede izd-va,,,,*--- GUROVA, I.A.s, tekhn. red. (Ejecting device for forging on crankshaft presses: steno- graphic record of a lecture course]Vytalkivaiushchie ustroi- stva. pri shtampovke na krivoshipnykh goriacheshtampovoaMykh pressakh; stenogramma lektsii. Leningrad, 1962. 26 p. WIRA 15:8) (Forging) (Power presses) KRASILISHCHIK; Nison Leyzerovich; SULIMAKOV) S.M.., red.; TELYASHOV, H.Kh.v redAzd-va; [Group method of metalworking in forging practices] Gruppovoi metod obrabotki v kuznechno-shtampovochnom proizvodstve. Le- ningrad, 1963. 23 P, (Leningradakii dor. nauchno-tekhniche- skoi propagandy. Obmen peredovym opytom. Seriia: Goriachaia i kholodnaia obrabotka metallov davleniem, no.4) (MIRA 17:3) MEDVINSKIY, Veniamin Grigorlyevich; STELIIIAKOV,-S.M., red.; FREGER, D.P., red.izd-va; GVIRTS, r'-ed. [Technology of the production of rotor shafts] Tekhno- logiia proizvodstva rotornykh valov. Leningrad; 1963. 30 P. (Leningradskii Dom nauchno-tekhnicheskoi propagandy. Obmen peredovym opytom. Seriiat Goriachaia i Itholodtaia, obrabotka metallov davleniem, no.6) (MIRA 17:3) ATROSHENKO, A.P.; STELIMAKOV, S.M., inzh., retsenzent [Mechanization and automation of drop forging] Mekhani- zatsiia i avtomatizatsiia goriachei shtampovki. Moskva, Mashinostroenie, 1965. 227 p. (MIRA 18:4) S/193/60/tOO/009/004/013 Aoo4/AOOI AUTHOR: Stel'man, L.N. TITLE: The 661o Plano-Milling Machine PERIODICAL: Byulleten' tekhniko-ekonomicheskoi informatsii, 1960, No. 9, pp. 22-25 TEXT: In 1959 the Minskiy stankostroitel'nyy zavod im. K.Ye.Voroshilova (Minsk Machine Tool Slant im. K.Ye. Voroshilov) designed and mastered the manu- facture of the 6610 plano-milling machine whi6h is designated for the surface machining of cast iron, steel, non-ferrous metal and plastic parts in individual or small-series production. The milling machine has been mainly designed for operations with cdrbide-tipped cutters and possesses a wide range of speeds and feeds, and its power and rigidity make it possible to use carbide cutters also for power and speed,cutting with the four milling heads. The 6610 plano-milling machine has the unified bed, stands, cross-beam, cross-arm and other units, com- bined with these parts, of the 7212 parallel-planing machine. The author main- tains thht this model is equal to the best d6signs offoreign firms and possesses a number of advantages in comparison with other machines manufactured hitherto Card 113 S/ 1 q.3/6O/0OO/0oq/OO 4/0 13 The 6610 Plano-Milling Machine AO04/AOOl in the Soviet Union. Owing to the increased power and decrease in the auxiliary time necessary for the machining of components, the efficiency of the milling machine could be increased. The Plant is able to supply 6610 milling machines with a speed range of 40 - 1,250 rpm. The largest rated milling cutter diameter amounts to 400 mm. The feed ranges of the table (20 - 2,000 mm/min) and milling head (20 - 1,250 mm/min) were increased, while a model with reduced feed ranges (10 - 1,000 m/min) can be delivered for the machining of blanks of high-alloyed steel. If a motor of the P-series is used, the traveling speed of the table is 4,ooo mm/min while that of the milling head amounts to 2,000 mm/min. At small feeds, the drive of the table develops a tractive force corresponding to a cutting force of 9,000 kg. Table and milling head feeds can be controlled step- lessly over the whole range. The cross-beam is pressed automatically against the stand guides, while the milling head carriages are automatically pressed against the cross-beam and stands. A special hydraulic device removes the cutter by I mm from the component when the table and milling head travel are reversed and returns it to the spot with an accuracy of 0.01 - 0.02 mm. The evenness and sensitivity of travel of the working organs ensure a high operating accuracy. Thus, if the table Is loaded with a machine part weighing 8,000 kg, the leaps it produces during travel are less than 0.01 mm. A surface finish of q 7 -V 8 Card 2/_3 S/193/60/000/009/004/013 The 6610 Plano-Milling Machine A004/A001 and a planeness of 0.03 mm over 1 m can be attained on the machine. Almost all the bearingN'@of the milling machine are of the antifriction type. The following technical data are given: Largest dimensions of component to be machined (width x height) = 1,000 x 1,000 mm; top weight = 8,000 kg; table dimensions (width x length) = 1,000 x 4,000 mm, range of cutter speed of rotation (16 steps) 25-800 rpm; overall dimensions (height x width x length) . 4,075 x 4,360 x 10,390 mm, weight = 39,850 kg. There is one figure. Card 313 21929 S/1 93/6 1/0 &0/00 4/0-C@`5/007 IMO A004/A 10 1 AUTHOR: Stel'man, L. N. TI'TLE: Model 6608 plano-milling machine PERIODICAL: Byulleten' tekhniko-ekonomicheskoy informatsil, no, 4, 1961, 33 - I TEXT: The multi-purpose 6608 plano-milling machine is mainly intended for the machining of various kinds of plane surfaces on body parts with the aid of end cutters in piece and small-batch production. Besides, parts can be ma- chined with cylindrical, end, disk and profile cutters (sintered carbide or high- speed steel) and also with an assembly of cylindrical cutters on a horizontal arbor. The machine has three milling heads. The parts being machined are fixed on the table carrying out longitudinal movements, while the cutters are clamped on the spindle of one or several milling heads which can be displaced in trans- verse direction. For the milling of parts of different height the cross arm can be displaced in vertical direction. Each milling head is driven by an individual 14 kw asynchronous electromotor. The milling spindles have 16 different speeds. The table and milling head feed drive is effected according to the generator- motor system using an amplidyne as generator. The speed regulation range is Card 1/ 3 21929 I Model 6608 plano-milling machine S/193/61/000/004/005/007 A004/AlOl 1:100. For the machining of high-alloyed steel parts the milling machine can be delivered with a reduced feed range down to 10 mm/min. The machine has a centralized distance control operated from a suspension panel. Compared to milling machines of old design with 34 handles, the new 6608 model has only two for the manual displacement of the tail stock and the changing of milling head speeds. The feed of the table and milling heads is steplessly regulated. The machine has a mechanism for the automatic retraction of the cut-ter 1 mm from the part being machined during the reversing of the table or milling heads ard for the automatic return of the cutter to the initial position with an accuracy of up to 0.01 -0.02 mm. Compared to similar machines of old design the rigidity of the new 6608 milling machine in longitudinal direction is 1.4 times, in tians- verse direction 1.7 times and in vertical direction 2.4 times higher. The clear- ances in the table and milling head carriage bedways are automatically seleosed during the travel towards the direction of the acting cutt 'ing stresses. The machine table loaded with a 6,000 kg part can be displaced by less than 0.01 mm. The setting accuracy of the table and milling heads actuated by the push buttons at the minimum speed attains 0.03 - 0.05 mm. The following technical specifica- tions are given: table working area (width x length) - 800 - 3,000 mm; maximum. table travel - 3,550 mm; maximum portal clearance - 1,020 x 900 mm; maximum weight of part being machined - 6,000 kg milling head angle of rotatioxi in b,,Ah Card 2/ 3 21929 S1 193/6 1/0 00/0044/005/007 Model 6608 plano-milling machine A004/AI01 directions - + 300; maximum tail spindle stroke - 200 mm; range of cutter speeds - 25 -7800 rpm; range of table feeds - 20 - 2,000 mm/min; range of milling head feeds - 20 - 1,250 maV@nln; overall dimensions (length x width x height) - 8,060 x 4,100 x 3,230 mm; 'Weight - 31,000 kg. The 6608 plano-milling machine belongs-to the range of mutu4lly standardized plano-milling machines, parallel-planing machines and parallel grinding machines whieh are being fabri- cated by the Minskiy stankozavod im. Voroshilbva (Minsk Machine-Tool Plant imeni Voroshilov) under the current Seven-Year Plan. There is I figure. Card 3/3 STELIMAN Lj- The 6610FR plano-milling machine with milLing and boring heads. Biul.tekh.-ekon.inform.Gos.nauch.-isel.inst.nauch.i tekh.inform. no.103-35 163. (MMA 16:00 (Milling machines) i, BEPER v PELIKS, A.Ya.; F- t ME LE 77 ', 7,"' -.6, Sh SIT .tes and patents. l,*hihiros*.rcenie n.-, F, 1 fil -102 cF-rlif4.cp ACCESSIal NR: AT4012717 S AUMOR: V3=ova,, Pe To so Hafteyevs B. I,; Xtsb*,p P.Vo; Stel%mbAbuka V. J61 An= lint So No TITM: Ymnufacturing tedmoloMr and properties of SAP MI. SOMM: Aly=iniyevy*ye splavy*. Sbo=lk statey, no. Po Spechworp sp3myfe Moscowp 1?63p 87-89 TOPIC TAG8: aluminum alloy.. sintered aluminum, alumirium powder, slatered alminum powder, SAP,, aluminum foil,, SAP foil., 1-11-Inum rollingj, ab=lnum tempering ABSTFMCT: It vas found that SILP vith 6-7% A.120,j Is beat for the menufactme of a 4q.-aaUty SAP foil. Sheets 240 x 30 mm vere cbtained from Al powder In a hot briqueto- ting process vith subsequent roasting and hot pressing, After esposure to 5W C -for me hotir,, 30-mm sheets were reduced to 5 mm In a 3- or 4-hI& mIll.. expa" aaain to 500 C for 30 minutes., rolled, to 2.5 mm, and roasted at 330 C fcw 2 home Further processing consisted of cold rolling to 0.5 = In a 24d.& a=, catting, roastinS at 350 C for 2 hours2 @ad co3A roning to m5 mm in a 64xt& min. x-MW 1/2 Card Ac=sxai NR: MoizaT ex-inatica showeil r.,P evidence of recrysta=zetion al; 500 CO and no iggireclable (x 3w). it Van microstructural cbange could be established vIth a m1aroscope emcluded that prclonged tempering of the foil at 4W C very Insignificantly 20- duces the ulp!ste strength, vhIle tempering at 5W C for 230 ham - reduces It by 4-5 kg/mm at ro= temperature* AIeO3 contents oC 9-10 ymduced bl@ft-aechwl-'! cal propexties,, but the resultIng naterisa was dIff1cult to Wome OrIg. wt* has: 1 figure and 1 table* ASSOCIATICK: none saw=: 00 UM AM: IN*b& ML: 00 SUB CCDE: ML NO Pa saw: 000 a=: o0o STICLIMASHCIM, Tiktor Tomich; UIOLOD, S., red.; POPOTA, T., [Utilizing commodity-monetar7 relations for Inillding socialism in the U.S.S.R.) IspolIzovanie tavarno-doneshnykh otnoshanil dlis postroaniia sotsializma v SSSR. Koskva. Gos.izd-vo polit. ut-ry, 196o. lgo p. (MIRA 13:3) 01conomics) ARUSTAMOV . L. -, SMIRNOV . V. @ VAGINA . I. - STEMMASHCHUK . ye. Y I New spark plugs. Za rul. 19 no.10t26-27 0 161. (MIFA 14--11) 1. Nauchno.-issledovate"i-lakiy ekopo6imen-t&I'nyy inotitut avtotraktornogo elektrooborudovaniya i priborov. (Spark plugs) ACC NR: AP7005555 SOURCE CODE: UR/0108167/022/001/0068/0074 AUTHOR: Filonenko, V. A., Yemel'yano%9, V. Ye. Stel'ma9henko&4@-'---).__) ORG: Scientific Technical Society of Radio Engineering and Electronics (Nauchno-tekh- nicheskoye obshchestvo radiotekhniki I elekroniki) TITLE: Errors in determining the bearing bv means of instantaneous amplitude comparison of signals In systems with elliptically polarized antennas SOURCE: Radiotekhnika, v. 22, no. 1, 1967, 68-74 TOPIC TAGS: direction finding, direction instrument, helical antenna, ej" A_@A&Q'f ABSTRACT@ The authors consider an error whic'h may occur in determining the bearing tof a source with unknown radiation polarization when the method of instantaneous amplitude comparison of signals is employed. A formula is derived for computing the bearing characteristics of antennas with elliptical polarization. Some com- putation results for the case of regulm helical antennas are given. It was concluded ;that the bearing characteristics of a system which is used to develop split bearing indication of regular helical antennas with helixes wound in the same direction vary when the ellipticity factor changes and during variations of the ellipse of the incident field. When the bearing of an object is determined using the method of @ the instantaneous amplitude comparison of signals in respect to the bearing character-! istic of the orientation of the incident field is unknown, the result may be in- 1- icorrect. If the helix*es are wound in opposite directions it is impossible to deteLmine _UDC.z.._62l..396....982 L(;9rd 1/2 ,I ACC NR: "7005555 1 i I I @ the bearing of the object. (GS] STILIM&SHIMKO. M.S. Improving sepamte units of the TOMI diesel locomotive. Blek.1 tepl.,tiads 14 no-3:19-20 Mr 060. (MM 13:7) 1. Haster depo Podmookovnaya. (Diesel locomotives) --s in n terferc ce .:,, .Dop. ",111 TRZ11 117@.1-1-1491- M@7 RA 18 -- I -eon I . I I vo v s K-1 7 f i I -- a 1. - n -@ @-j tu ta P, @-o f ii 1, A N Uk r-"--,5 F . Pre-istav' --,-,c) aad.-mikcm AN U@-@IFR S. ', . 1@ubty,,%; n@m. AkC NR AP603383.1 SOURCE CODE: UR/0139/66/000/005/0013/0018 AUTHOR: Stellmashenko, M. A.;Seleznev, V. N. ORG: Siberian Physicotechnical Institute im. V. D. Kuznetsov (Sibirskiy fiziko- tekhnicheskiy institut im. V. D. Kuznetsova) TITLE: Temperature dependence of constants of maifietic. crystallographic anisotrop of single crystals of lithium and lithium cobalt ferrites SOURCE: IVUZ. Fizika. no. 5, 1966, 13-18 TOPIC TAGS: temperature dependence, magnetic anisotropy, single crystal, lithium, cobalt ferrite, anisotropy, anisotropy constant ABSTRACT: Results are presented for measuring the first and second constants of the magnetic anisotropy of single crystals of@ lithium ferrites, as well as the first constant of magnetic anisotropy and the 6'O"nstant of induced uniaxial anisotropy of single crystals of lithium-cobalt ferrites. Measurements were carried out by ferromagnetic resonance at a frequency of 9375 Mc. On the basis of the single-ion theory, an explanation is given of the temperature dependence of card 1 / 2 ACC NR- AP6033833 the first constant of magnetic anisotropy of single crystals of lithium-cobalt ferrites. The authors thank S. M. Zhilyakov and A. N. Yelsukov for their assistance in the static measurements of the anisotropic constants, and G. Ye. Pashneva for the chemical analysis of the ferrites tested. Orig. art. has: 5 figures and 5 formulas. [Based on authors' abstract] SUB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATE: 05Jan65/ ORIG REk: 003/ OTH REF: 0061 :ard 2 2 L 8603-66 El,--jrr (I )/EWT (m)/EVIP (-)/F.'1P(b) IJP(c) JD ACCESSION NR: APW21171 UR/0139/65/000/004/00`76t0981 A en @koM- @,A - ukov, 0. A. AUTHORj...8t.e.1.'JQL TITLE: Determination of the temperature dependence of the first constant of the magnetic crystallographic anisotropy on polycryste,11ine lithium-aluminvm ferrites SOURCE: IVUZ. Fizika., no. 4, i965P 76-81 '19 S- 7 TOPIC TAGSt temperature dependencey maf@@e'tic anisotZ2Z& ferritep lithium con- taining alloy, aluminum containing alloy., magnetic vaturation, magnetic suscept- ibility ABSTRACT: Experimental results are presented of measurements of the temperature dependence of the first constant of magnetic crystallographic anisotropy (k3L) in a series of polycrystalline ferrites Mo.5Fe2.5-aAj4t04., where a - 0, 0.2, 0.4, 0.5,- and 0.6. The measurements were made by the method of approach to saturation in the, temperature interval from 170 to 530K, in a pulsating magnetic field. The tests were made in a combined dc and ac (1500 cps) field. The results show that in fields IWO--2000 oe the differential susceptibility can be described by the ex- pression x - A11F, + B/10 + C/114 (A, B., C - constantay H magnetic field intensity) and that the temperature dependence of kj is in satisfactory quantitative agreement Card 1/2 L 8603-66 ACCESSION N: AP502.1171 with the experimental data obtained with single crystals of the saw type. Plate are presented of different terms of the susceptibUity and of the constant k ve the temperature and the magnetic field. Orig. art. has: 5 figures and 2 forxulaa*, ASSOCIATION: Sibirskiy fiziko-tekbnicheskiy Institut Imeni Vo D. Kuznetsova (Siberian Pbysiccrtecbnical Instittite) SUBMITTED: 29Dac63 EWL: 00, SUB CODE: SSj, RE N]R RZF SOV: 009 OTM: 005 Card .2/2@0 ------ ZAVADSKIY Yu.Ye., inzh.; KATE'LOV. O.Ye., -.t-zrinimali uchastiye: SfEL--MASHE,NKO, M.B., inzil.'; VYSOTSKIY , , -- .1 @A. 1 ... inzh. Protection of silicon rectifier systems of electrIc rolling stock. Vest. elektroprom. 33 no.9:31@-37 S 162. (MIRA 15:10) (Electric railroads-Current supply) (Electric current rectifiers) (Electric protection) LEV-kSjj1aN, G., MIRO.%1IN, IT., igilraSHM . go's AIM STEIVA-MRIKO, M. Detectability of Cavities in Iron Pipes Experimental data concerning the detection of deep artificial de- fects of cYlIndrical shape in thick-i-ralled pipes or ,1Vq;netized steel and iron are given. The detectability of defects appeared to be three to four times uorse in iron pipes than in those of soft steel. (RZhFiz, No. 8, 1955) Tr. Sibirsk, Fiz.-!-Teklin, in-t-j_.Pri T imskom un-te, No. 2, 1953, 241-247. SO: Sum. No. 744, 8 Dec 55 - Supplementary Survey of Soviet Scientific Abstrnets (17) STEL114ASH0140K. I.M. - @ 'e New esophageal plastic surgery, technic. Knirargiia, Mosk-7a no.5: 47-49 May 1951. (CTIM 20:9) 1. Of the Hospital Surgical Clinic (Director--I.M. Stellmashonok), Minsk Nedical Institute, Minsk. -,,,,-�TILIKASHONOK. I.No.- -, Plastic aurger7 for an artificial esophagus. Khirurgits 32 no.12: 7-13 D 156. . . (HIBA 10:2) 1. Iz gospitallnoy khirurgicheakoy kliniki (dir. I.M.Stelloashonok) Minskogo maditainakogo institute (ASOPHAGUS, stenosis Burg.) 5-rc- 1-1 NA 5H ON019 T, N, UTRORs ITLEj Stell I.M., - . LAMh2Aa!@,'@ Director of the Minsk Medical Institute A Good Practical Training for the Future Physician (Khoroshaya prakticheskaya shkola budushchego vracha) PERIODICAL: Vestnik Vysshey Shkoly, 1957, # 9Y PP 57 - 59 (USSR) ABSTRACTi The author states that the Minsk Medical Institute has ex- tended the practical training of its students, trying to give them fundamental, practical knowledge. This was done by two- week tours of practical training for students of the VIth course in a rural medical districtp one-week practice in industrial medicine and 24 hours at emergency centers. Professor A.N. Velikoretskiy from the Ministry of Public Health, USSR, ap- proved of this method. During the last year a two-week prac- tice in municipal or district hospitals wasorganized for stu- dents having completed the IIIrd course. Experince has shown that a three-week tour would be useful. The practical training of students of the IVth course is very important. During this period they must be able to verify their theoretical knowledge and prepare themselves for the medi- cal profession. For this purpose the institute decided to send the students to important district hospitals at Brest, Grodno, Card l/ 2 Gomel and Mogilev. Each student could choose the place where STEL'14"HONOX, I.H. Olins1c, ul. Bibliotechna3ra, d.6, kv-1) Surgery in cicatricial stenosis of the esophagus and stomch. Nav.khir.arkh. no.1:77-81 JaF '59. (MIRA 12:6) 1. Eafedra gospital'noy khirurgii (zav. - I.M.Stel'mashonok) Minskogo me&itsinakogo Institnta. (STOMACH-SURGERY) (Esopurms-suRGERY) @TELIMASHONOK, Ivan Moiseyevich - -..... . .. -- -- ------- [Perforating ulcer ol the stomach and duodenum] Probodnaia iazva zheludka i avenadtsatiperstnoi kishki. Minsk, Gos.izd-vo BSSR) 1961. 174 p. (MIRA .14:11) (PEPTIC ULCER) STELIMASHOKOK, I.M. late results of surgery for penetrating gastric and duodenal ulcer. Zdrav. Bel. 7 no. 4:31-34 Ap 161. (MIRA 14:4) 1. Iz kafedry gospitallnoy khirurgii (zaveduyushchiy I.M. Stellma- shonok) Minskogo meditainskogo instituta, (PEPTIC ULCER) STELIMASHONOKI I.M.; MAZURO, G.F. (Minsk, ul. Krasnaya, d.19, kv-56) Late results of surgical treatment of cicatricial stenosis of the stomach and esophagus observed by X-rays. Vest. rent. i rad. 30' no.4:50-52 .11-Ag 161. (141@ 15:2) 1. Iz kafedry gospitallnoy khirurgii (za:v. I.M.Sterlimashonok) Kinskogo meditsinskogo instituta. (ESOPIIAGUS--SURGERY) (STO'MACF--SURG-FqY) STELIMASHONOX, I.M.; BONDALEVICH, V.Ya. Blood supply of the jejunura functioning as an artificial so Xhix-L=giia 37 no.29100-104 T 161. (A?= 1 Iz josp'tallnoy khirurgicheskoy kliniki (dir. I.M. Stel%a- s a 0 c sLnok Minakogo medit in k05 ) inatit4ta. (J&TMMM-BLOOD Su"Lly (ESOMMUS.-SURGM) STELIMASHONOK, I.M. Etiology of an ulcer of the stomach and duodenum. Zdrav. bel. 6 no.1:3&-38 Ja 162. (MRA 15:3) 1. Iz kafedry gospitallnoy khirurgii (zaveduyushchiy I.M. Stelimashonok) 41.@dnvkogo meditsinskogo instituta. (PEPTIC ULM) ST,@V!-148HDV, V. N "Or. the Determination of the Parameters of Fish ?Jates During Their Reduction." Cand Tech Sci, All Union -Sci Res Inst of Railroad Transport. P'lin Transportation U6SR, Moscow, 1,955. (KL, No 9, Feb 55) 30: Sim. @!o. 631, 26 Aug 55-Survey of bcientific and Technical Dissertations Deferded at USSk Higher 7-@'duca@@ional Institutions (14) ? . I ,, , -' __ E L 0, `., . . I @,, i -, 0:, STIL'KASHOV, V.N.. inzh. Now straightening bar. Pat' i put. khoz. no.10:42 0 157.(NIRA 10:11) (Railroads--Rails) STELIMASHOV, V-11-, k-WILI. tokhn. nauk Water pockets FAnd their control. Put' i put. Ir-hoz. Tio.5:27-29 14Y 1 C 8. MRA 13-3) (Ballast (Railroads)) STELI,NfASHOV, V.N., kand.tekhn.nauk Track maintenance of lines with heavy traffic. Put' i put.khoz. no.11:16-18 N 159. (MIRA 11:12) (Railroado--Track) STELIMASHOV, V.N., inzh. Improving the tie tamper. Put' i put.khoz. no.12:18 D '59. 04IRA 13:4) (Railroads--Ti@s) STEL'MAM-!@.I',,, kand.tekbn.nauk Track naintenance on heavy-duty lines. Trudy TSNII MPS no-178 '59. (Railroads--Track) (MM 13:4) STEL-14ASM, fl.,T. r4 @. Certain l-Lne-r-r diffelential iqstenun In pt-l"iril a @nlatives. Sib. maL. zhur. 5 no.l-.166-1173 Ja--F 164. (MIRA 17@7) STELIMASHUK, N.T. (g. Ivanovo) Linear partial differential equations algebras. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; mat. I I in dual and b@complex no,3il36-142 164. (MIRA 17tl 2) STELIMASHUK, N.T. (Ivanovo) Functional and invariant solutions of the Maxwell vstem. Bull math Rum 'a no.1/2.- r-106 162 (publ. 1641. 1. Submitted March 12, 1963. STELIMASHUK., V.- Reduce the construction costs of oil and jas wells. Fin. SSSR 23 no.3:29-30 Mr 162. (KIRA 15:3) (Gas wells--(@osts) (Oil wells--Costs) '!'-'ACC NR& AT7002060 - ~-------~t4)-S~OUlidCCODE.7-UEC/32~3~/66/cbb/003/6-f-f6/61- AUTHORt Stellmasi'liuk, V. N. 1 OHG; none I TITLE: Calculation of the supporting power of shells of revolution with constant thickness and with areas of a sharp increase in the curvature of the meridian SOURCE: Nikolayev. Korablestroitellnyy institut' Sudoetroyeniye i morekiye sooruzheniya, no. 3, 1966. Sudovyye energetichesLye,ustanovki (Ship power equipment)l 116-123 TOPIC TAGS: shell structure, shell structure stability, pressure, yield stress, prism, successive approximation, shipbuilding engine@ring ABSTRACT: Formulas are given for calculating the supporting power of shell structurei consisting of segments with small meridian curvature, joined by an intermediate segment with high curvature. The formulas are derived for uniform pressure. Statically, the allowable stressed state must satisfy the plasticity condition (which corresponds to the yield surface) and the equilibrium evations d (,Ti) dr LNU 0. ds - Tsa + R, d (rNj) rT rT ds - t' + dtVM dr 0. Card ACC NR: AT7002860 I-For shells with positive Gaussian curvature, the forces T and T in the region in 1 2 question have different signs, and the lastic cxmdi**ons correspond to planes IMM and QTiVW of the yield prim (see Fig. 15. T 6 I V1 I 1A 1. -7- W Fig. 10 fs h -77' ask T, 7 Ts T, (T, . ah). I m2l < M, (Ma For a shell of negative Gaussian curvature, the fore have the same sign. The following equations are obtained for the breakin yee0sures: a) for positive curvao- ture F + 2 L- 1.3 . N; (2 1) (1 +Aj) Ctg 4P, Card 2/4 ACC NR. AT7002860 zI /r(I + It n ij Ti-n?, + ti 0 -at)]('+ a4l) clg?l ag TS + evj 2 sin?) sin yj b) for negative curvature F, -mn ?, 2 sin ip, Fi + %04 + + 2) siny, siny, + CV, 21 1-3AV 2) (1+ 2AI) Ct9 jj L '@j V' + (I + 2Aj) Ct9 -?I Ctg" likyt sin?, + -1 siny,) sinji Un -qpt: ACC NRt AT7002860 + xgxi (I + A,) + Opt, at F= + Y - 2) ctg (pl, ii - 2 2 2 The kinematic solutions.are also examined. The effect of the meridian curvature of the intermediate segment and its form on the bear*ng-strength of the shell is determined. Orig. art. has& 21 forwaast 4 diagramsp 1 graph, and 1 table. SUB COD7E":*120J 13L SUBM MATE: none/ ORIG REP: 005'/ OTH REP: 002 1Card 4/4 STELMASIAK, Hieezyalaw Correlation between volumes and surfaces of nuclei of the corpus striatum in man. Ann.Univ. Lublin; see. D 7 no.11-21:223-246 1952. 1. Z Zakladu Anatomii Providlovej Czlovieka Akademli Med3rcznej w Lublinie. Kierownik: prof. dr Mieexyslay Stelmasiak. (BASAL GANGLIA, corpus striatum, correlation between volumes & surfaces of Yiuclei) STEWASIAK, Mieczyalaw STJMMSIAK, Misovyalaw Length of the insula In man. Yol. morph., Warsz. 5 no.2:105-114 1954. 1. Z Zakladu Anatomii Prawidlowej Wydzialn :&akarskiego Akademii Madyeznej w Lublinte. Kierownik: prof. dr. IN.Stelmstak. (C1QMRAL CORTEX, anatomy and histology, length of insula in man) STELMASIAK Rieczyslaw Relation of the claustrum to other morphological characteristics of the brain in man. Ann. Univ. Lublin; sec. D 9:99-112 1954. 1. Z Zakladu Anatomii Prawidlowej Czlowieka Wydzialu Lekarskiego Akademll Med3rcznej w Lublinie. Iterownik: prof. dr. med. Xieczyslaw Stelmaslak. (BRATN, anatomy and histology. relation of claustrum to other parts of brain.) (BAsAL rANGLIA, clanatrum, relation to other parts of brain) STELMASIAK, Mieczyslaw Correlation between length of the cerebral hemisphere to the lateral cerebral ventricle in man. Ann. Univ. Lublin; sec. D 9:113-130 1954. 1. Z Zakladu Anatomii Prawidlowej Czlowieks. Wydzialu Lakarskiego Akademit Wledycznej w lablinie. Kierownik prof dr med. 14teczyalaw Stelmasiak. (BRAIN, anatomy and histology, relation of length of cerebral hemisphere to lateral cerebral ventricle.) (CEREBRAL VENTRICLES, anatomy and histolog7, relation of length of cerebral hemispbere to lateral cerebral ventricle) STELNASIAK,H1ecxyalaw. Volume of the daustrum in man. Fol.norph.Wares. 6 no.2:137-144 1955. 1. Z Zakladu Anatoull Pravidlovej Wydztalu Lskarsklogo A.M. w Lublinte. Klerownik Zakladu: prof.dr mwd. M. Stolmselak. lablin Zakl&d Anatoull Prawidlow*j A.M. (BASAL GANGLIA, claustrum, volume in man) STE2-I'MAK, 1,1-,eczyslaw STMMLASI.iK, 1-lieczyslaw: Anatomical Atlas of the Human Brain and Spinal Cord. ,I"I'arsaw, Polish State Mledic.@@-l Publishers, 1956. Transl-Ited from the 2d Revisod Polish 'Edition, by 1-1. Stanski. I 633.3 .3@9 0- 6Tk;J.AASZCZY& . R. STEMSZCZYK,'R. Special restaurants of various types in Pozman. p. 12. Vol. 11, no. 9. Sept. 1956 PRkZff6L GASTRONOMIGMY TECHNOLOGY Warsaw, Poland So* East Ewopean Accession Vol. 6, no. 2. Feb., 1957 STELMN5ZYK, I. The struggle for coal economies in the Lodz District Administration of State Railroads; also, remarks by H. Ma-qzcyk. P. 332. (PftZEGD,D KOLtJO!.-jY INFECHiXICUY. Vol. 8, no. 11, Nov. 1956, Warszawa, Poland) '0. Monthly List of East EuroFean Accessions (EEAL) LC. Vol. 6, No. 12, Dec. 1957- Uncl. STELMASZYNSKA, Teresa; ZGLICZYNSKI, J.M. Oxidation of cystine by hydrogen peroxide catalysed by horse-radiab peroxidase. Acta biochtm. pol. 10 no.4:371-378 '63. 1. Department of Physiological Chemistr7, Medical School, Krakow. (CYSTINE) (PEROXIDASES) (CXIDATION-REDUCTION) (PLANTS) (HYDROGEN PEROXTDE) ---------------- Z USSR/Chemical Technology - Chemical Products and Their Application. Silicates. Glass. Ceramics. Binders, 1-9 Abst Journal: Refez-at Zhur - Khimiya, No 19, 1956, 62348 Author: Vektaris B.,, Garjonyte, D.. StelmokELite. A., . e----------- Jarmovskis, S. Institution: None T@@tle: Chalk Marls as Raw Material for the Production of Silicate Brick Original Perindical: Kauno politechn. instit. darbai, Tr. Kauns.Bsk. politekhn. in-ta, 1955: 3, 61-69; Lithuanian; Russian resume@ Abstract: It was found that calcined chalk marls (M) of Lithuanian SSR can be used as calcareous component in the production of silicate brick. With a 10-15@ content of M in the paste strength of the brick is 200-300 kg/cm2. It is also possible to use calcined or partially calcined PI as hydraulic additive (501,1,, of the weight of binder) to prodlace brick of first grade. Card V1 TUSIIINSKIY, Yu.A., inzh.;@-ML!jJU-KUQV,_A,.q.., inzh. Analyzing the application of type UPI-1 narrow range complex. Sbor.DonUGI no.20:125-133 '61. (YJRA 15:6) (Coal mining machinery) Iq V, TIE j A j-, d caloric value of in diezetic kdLchens in Prague." "Biological an ?4 - IfZ 11, 7,7, : @-- - ,,iol. 15@3, Praiia, -'zec4ioslo-;akia.) A L @ A, ,--,C: Xontnly List u- Lasr, European Accessiuns, L.C., Vol. 2 No. 7. July 19:53, Uncl. STELOVSKA. V. Preliminary nutritional directions for state woecing manpower reaervre. Sborn. pathofysiol. trav. v7z. 8 no.3:175-176 Aug 54, 1. Ustav pro vyzkum vyzivv 11du, Praha (reditel doc. Dr. J.Haeelk) (NMITION In Czech., directions for state working manpower resarve) (WORK state working manpower reserve, In Czech., nutritional directions) VOVOTITYY, A. [Novotny, V.]; SHTELOVSKAYA, V. (Stelovskat M Nutritional survey of a group of workers-in a heavy machinery plant and possibilities for vitamin enrichement of food in public eating facilities. Vop. pit. 19 no. 5:9-13 S-0 160. (MIRA 14:2) 1. Iz Instituta vitaniya, Fraga. (VITA14INS) NERADILOVA, M.; HEJDA, S.; STELOVSKA,_j,,; NOVOTNY, A. On the significance of differential diets as a source of efficient nutrition. Cesk. gastroent. vyz. 16 no-3/4:266-272 Ap -62. 1. Ustav pro vyzkum vyzivy lidu v Praze, reditel doe. MUDr. J. Masek, DrSc. (NUTRITION) STELOVSKY, I. Survey of new inventions and patents. Slevarenstvi 9 no.12: 482-484 D 161. STUMKYS Ivan - Furnaces for cast,-iron T-11 ableizing in gaseous medi=. Slavarowtvi 11 now5&195-.197 My 163, le Zavody V,I. Lenina Plzen# n,p. STELOVBUS 1. Survey of new inventions and patents. Slavarenstvi 11 no.5:214-217 My 163* F --,. . STELOVSKY., Ivan., dr. -4 1. @. @- - @-, I @ "Forge heating equipment'" by M.A* Kasenkov. Reviewed by Ivan Stelovsky. Stroj vyr 11 no,5:270 My 163, STELMKY, Ivan., dr, , -, -, @- �Mschanization and automation of heat treatment" by K.N. Sokolov. Reviewed b7 Ivan Stalovsky. Stroj vyr 1-1 :ao.6:325 Je 163. STELOVSKY, I. -.- 11, 1- - ... - --.- - --- Survey of new irmentions and patents. Slevarenstvi lllw.8/9:407- 410 Ag t63. STELOVSKE I ey of new inventions and patents. Slevaren3t7i 11 no.llt 486-489 N163. STELOVSKY, 1. Suxyey of nv-,.r iniventions and 11 no.12.* 5-118-541 D163. i T " .."@ 1, y , - . I - y @,-. - 7 or, z - z , --- - - z@@ . . _-. . 1. . - . -- .- - , . ; an i @ @! @ --' "! I z - .I-- r - @ I IJ 6TE1,OVSKY, Ivan, dr. Furnaces for case hardening in gas mmediumn. Strroj vy@r 12 ro-3. 181-186 164. 1. Zavody V.I. Lenina, National Enterprise, Plzen. STELOV.-'KY, 1, Inventions and patents. Slevarrenstvi 12 no,9:371-373 S 164. STELOVSKY, I. Inventions and patents. Slevarenstri 12 rto.10:400-402 0 164. ,,)YELOVSKYP I . Inventtons and patents. Slevarenstvi 13 no.2:80-82 F '65. STFLOVS-KY, I I -.- Inventions and patents. Sievarens-,v! no@'i@12C-121 ;I*t.- '6-,, I- 8/08,*3/000/001/044/M A062/A101 AUTHORt Stelsons re V. 'Oscillations In mph* oal and quani-apkw1cal nuclei PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mike, no. I , 1963, 1 abstract ITIT (In collection: "S"onlye yadra". mosow. oosatowisdat; I*&- 293 301) TEXTs Certain propertles of a large group of non deformed nuclel '4M. be successfully explained by ph6non oscillations In the Bahr and Faftalson the"* The phonon model explains.- oerbaln characteristics or the y-deoiw Of tbase-nifol" that cannot be explained from the point or view of the dwll modal. Me gonaml constancy of the energy ratio of the second and first exalted statqn, the nitude of that constaincy-and the observed spins testift 'in favor of the phanon model It is noted, however-A that this iadel does.-not describe the nuclaus so well qiiAntitatively as the rotational model diaoribes derarm.d nuclei. an &UM RZhPiz, 1961, .12MIj. Complete trenilation] [Abstracteres notes .Card-1/1 CZECHOSLOVAMI/Chernical Technology. Chemical Products and Their H-2 Application. Chemical ElngiMering. Abs Jour: Bef. Zhur-Rhin., No 2., 1959, 4925- Author St--lso-TsL-j E., Hanzalek J.1, Servus S. Inst Title J---t Gas Purifier. Orig Pab: Strojirenatvi, 1953, 8, Ito 1, 3-7. Lbstinct: I'% jet gas purifier is used to eliminate highly dispersed particles from a gas. It consists of a Vcnturi tube, into which the gas to be purified flows at a speed of 50 - 150 M/ sec and the atomized liquid is fed simultaneously, and of a cyclone. The forrmed drops of the liquid moisten and aggre- gate the particles present in the gas, after which they are eliminated from the gas in the cyclone. Graphs showing the dependence of the effectiveness of the work of the gas puri- fier on the velocity of the gas, on the size of drops and on Card 1/2 4 CZECHOSLOVAJUA/Chemical Technolonr. Cherdeal Products and Their H-2 Application. Chemical TEngineering. Abs Jour: Ref . Zhur-13ii-m., i1o 2, 19501, 4925. the amount of the ator.Azed liquid are presented. Data concerning the work of a gas purifier uscd for the Puri- fication of generator gas from drops of a liquid are given: the Capacity is 5000 cub.m per hour, the diameter of the cyclone is 1.0 n and its height is 3.25 m2 the initial con- centration of drops of the ligaid in the gas is 40 - 50 9 per cub.m, the extent, to which the drops are intercepted is more than 99%, the final emcentraticn of drops of the liquid in the gas is 0.2 - 0.4 g per aub.m, the tempera- t and the resistance of the gas .ure of the gas is 55 to 650 purifier is 240 mm of water colum. - Yu. Skoretskiy. Card 2/2 0 ( i ), @,'OV25-59-8-32/48 7 -.M TTC R Stelter, Heim-Lit Nemarloda-Resistant Potatoes ]r-32!0DI"_"_L: Nauka i zh-izn, 1959, Nr 8, p 68 (USSR) A, B 4'D T @_- L'@_ CT During the past years, scientists of the DDR have been workin- on finding types of potatoes ahich re- Sist nematodas. The Institute for Plant Selection in Grossluesewitz near Rostock is cultivating a type of potatoe which will be resistant against nematodas arld be suitable for cultivation on fields. Besides this, -the new types will help destroy this parasite as the larvae can penetrate into the root of the plant, but they do not find the necessary conditions of life, and so perish. ASSOCIATION: Institut selektsii rasteniy v Groslyuzevitse (Institute of Plant Selection in Grossluesewitz, DDR) Card 1/1 L 42441-65 EWT(d)/T IJP(c)-.: ACCESSION NR: AR5009707 UR/0058/65/000/002/Hool/Hool: SOURCE: Ref. zh. Fizika, Abs. 2Zh5 AUTHOR: St-e-11tsov., B. N. . . . . . . . . . . . TITLE: Struve functions of complex argument CITED SOURCE: Tr' uchebn. in-tov svyazi. 11-vo sy SSSR yazi vyp. 20, 1964, 187-19,3 TOPIC TAGS: Struve function, complex argument, real part imaginary part, recurrence formula TRANSLATION: Struve functions of complex zwgument are resolved into imaginary and real parts.and 1;erms*-:of the functions -4--- - --A -4--4 - --'. 4.1- 1 - -SM I ITSM1 6 -s k-. USSR/Chemistry Physical Chemistry Card Authors : Gerasenkova, A. N. Rusov, M. T. and Stellt5ov, 0. A. Title : Effect of reducing conditions on the activity of a smooth surface of an iron catalyst Periodical j Dokl. AN SSSR, 96, Ed. 6, 1179 1181, June 1954 Abstract ! The effect of reducing conditions on the activity of a smooth surface iron catalyst was investigated on a thin smooth iron foil activated with: aluminum oxide. The activity of the catalyst depends not only upon the chendcal composition and the preparation of the contact but also upon the. conditions of its formation. The process of reducing such catalysts is retarded by the internal diffusion exchange of reaction components which leads to a change in the activity of the catalyst and change in grain structure, Seven references. Tables, graphs. Institution Presented by Academician A. N. Frumkin, March 15, 1954 0 0 9 * 0 0 6 ir w I - 0-31 ! 7 17 ? 7 It it - A A C --D --L- I- j, _ p I., - of :-09 LZ N E .-Of InfluenCe of tardy nitrogen fettilUing on the rate and the yield of protein In C'. ;tvllllvr an't C' Pi"Id. P b, 20, 11@1"H@Slv"r '21411) tons of (little ouloure, 52 kic. Kit), Is LK. And FM kX. N sicrjlm. Supplunicouty N k, C.t-- Z I (No,), tv,,, lisms,hud I,, it fit, liegomiltic mul 00 it Ih, eml M Ow flat-Fit,g. Applu-@tj ... I of .11, -m-I -1-11 k%, N at k@% P g,ivc III o;.md it. I 7";_ Tlw mw Iloatilift- jt ih) iw'j"I-l I I'v I y1vid I,vr It.%. I'ti-I Itmil ".38 41.13 and if.:. to fluil'tal. ZOO ..00 ;"00 00 tL r. r2 U III AV 10 Al@; IT PIP;69 Kit RU rEctir uto[ An A I a 1w a 7 if w 7 1- Ole 0 0 0 0 0 0 40 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 *1 S/169/62/000/010/023/071 D228/D307 .@@j"3 Vanc.1c, Jiri and 'telzner, Johannes YT-1,7 Uni-r-orm. determination of earthquake magnitudes for L !lid-_:-.uropean stations C iteferativnyy zhurnal, Geofiziha, no. 10, 1962, 27-28, abstract 10-179 (, no. 126-145, 1960 (1961), 299-399 (Ger.; summaries in Czech and Rus.)) Tbc ucc off systems of close seismcc stations, provi- cle(I with sci_-rovrra-,)h-- o.-E- onc ty,,@c and able *to determine the inten- 'tv @3@ -1 y tr-,e saiae mcthod, was -proposc(l in onder to increase the reli- S ability aud accuracy off dcterm-ining earthquake intensitics. The Z`irs@: Ste-) in the crcation of thisosystem in Central Zurope was 'to dcvclo-D an identical i-ritc-Lisity dcterminatio-n method for the stations _.-ra-uc and Je-zia. The 2undamental --,)ra(,rue reference- fuactions (A,T) _Zor j . P11i, :?V, ?@!!!, SH, 11H.were also found to be correct II tie first approximatio-z- for the Jena station. The corresponding cq..-,.:at4_on intc--sity con-sta-ats flor the stations Kojumberg avid 12(.,t,@darri :-',-Lrd 1/3 S/161)-/62/000/010/023/071 Uii form deter-mination D228/D307 -acre (Icrivcd by the same method. The resulting system of 4 Eid- ."U'ro-'ean stations, which can determine intensities from surface and @aavcs ')y an i(Iontical method, allows not only the intensities ol)t'-.-iricC to be checI-ed mutul@lly, ',-)ut also the olOservable amplitudes 4-o 'j-- as- homof-rcncous data. @-s, uniform method of determining. .L.-L-C-as-itics i-- described. L;c-.)arate station constants for all the wavo vr-@)cs -invcstirrat&., cartil',quake parameters and, the body and sur- _-tlcc -..-I,!vC Intensity v,-.1-acs are given in tables. attention .s -)aid o the of intcnsit2cs by rai@@a-ns of the vertical @-.,Iive Componci-it I I i eJ.'rague body wave rcference functions worc also sho- m, to suita@.:>Ie in a first ap,@,ro-.@imat ion for deter- the -intc-isitics -at all 1, stations; it was established, , how- c",rcr, tlat they sliou!_(@ -be refined for certain epicentral distances. '2'-_- authors the second a-.-)1.)roximation of the body wave refer- C".1cc fvnctions , wiii-ch cl-,.n be ta:,,:cn as the identical reference 'Junc- t-Lo@ir; for su-Cficient num:)er of observations allow- ce. the reficrc-acc -r7uvc-Lio,,-l st-ructure to be investigatcd. Oscillation- ty,@o Which ar,- clircctly related to the mantle's structure, WC11-C 0.)30rvcd in certain cpiccntral d-Estance rancres. Since the mean S/169/62/000/010/023/071 @-:@L-orm dotern-L"I'ation D223/0307 F 0 er or 0. obscrv,-.tion is, on --n anverage, � 0.14 of a unit of the it is @)ossible by means of the second ap-proximation of u,!C rCLCrC-.LCe flunctions to determi-rie intensities from body waves tit-les moa@e accurately than is the case by means of the primary -'.;-)str--ctcrTs note: Complete translation2 (;,-XeL 3/3 22791 S/070/61/006/003/002/009 E021/E435 AUTHORSi Ven(.rtsev, Yu.N., Bondarenko, V.S., Zhdanov, G.S., Chkalova, V.V. and Stember, N.G. TITLEt Anoiwilous changes in the lattice parameters, the dielectric and piezoelectric properties of (Ha, Pb)TiO 3 solid solutions PERIODICALt Kristallo-rafiya, 1961, Vol.6, No.3, pp.375-380 TEXT: Snitiple-i were prepared from chemically pure titanium dioAlde and burium and lead carbonates. X-ray investigations showed that solid solutions of (na, Pb)T103 had a tetragonal- distorted cell of the perovskite type. Results of precision measurements on the parameter of the cell are given in Fig.1, where changes in lattice parameters and volume are plotted against weiSht 5; PbT103' The curves are not continuous and there are 511,-rp changes at 5.5. 9.2, 11.2 and 13.5% PbT103' shows the periods of the crystal lattice c and a; Fig.115 shows c/a; Fig.19 shows the volume v of the elementary cell against weight % PbT103- The results of measurements of the dielectric constant e against temperature ('C) are shown in Fig.2 (the numbers on the curves correspond to the % PbTiO3). The values of Card 1/7_ Anomalous changes ... 22791 S/07o/6i/oo6/003/002/009 E021/E435 the dielectric constant at the Curie point cmax are plotted against concentration (wt.90 PbTiO in Fig.3. There are sharp maxima at 5.5, 9.2, 11 and 13.N' PbT103- The curves in Fig.2 enable the Curie point and the positions oC the second akid third phase transformat ions to be found. On the basis of the@a measurements, the phase diagram at the BaT'03 rich end can be drawn (Fig.4). The change in the piezo-modulug d33 with composition is shown in Fig,5@ Ther6 are maxima at 5.5, 11.2 and 13.5 wt.*-' PbTi03- The obtained data agree in many respects with those of previous work when commercially pure materials vrere used. The results, as well as published data, lead to the conclusion that the observed anomalies are characteristic of the solid solutions of (Ba, Pb)T103 and they may be due to the differences In the properties of the bavium and lead titanates. A change in the type of ferroelectrically active cations probably takes place in the concentration range of 11.2 to 1.35 wt.%, PbT103 when the second and the third phase transitions, which are characteristic for barium titanate, ceased to exist. Other observed anomalics are also attributed to the differences in the properties of the titanates of barium and lead. Acknowledgments are expressed to Senior Card 2 22791 S/070/61/006/003/002/009 Anomalous changes E021/E435 laboratorv assistant B.G.Nik lov, Technician I.I.Moreva, Engineer @,A.Ulitin and Labooratorv assistant G.V.Dazlianova.for their assistance. There are 5 fi Sures and 9 references: 4 Soviet-bloc and 5 non-Sovict-bloc. The three references to English language publications read as follows: H.D.Megaw, Proc.. Phvs.Soc., 58, 133-1946;' G.Shirane, F.Jona, R.Pepinsky, Proc.IRE, 43' 12, 1738, 1955; B.Joffe, R.S.Roth, S'.Marzullo, J.Res.Nat.Bur. Standards, 55, 5, 239-254, 1955. ASSOCIATION: Fiziko-khimicheskiy institut im. L.Ya.Karpova (Institute of Physics and Chemist.ry imeni L.Ya..Karpov) SUBMITTED: August 24, 1960 7i Card 3/1k