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91 A So St oil H s4, is H 7 $j a r@ 7 AUTHORS: TITLE: PERIODICAL: Burtsev, V. A., Stolov, A. M., Measurement of the Energy Flux "Allfa" Research Installation 9/057/60 050/012/004/011 B01 005@ Shakhov, V. V. E@nittea by Plasma in Zhurnal tekhnicheskoy fiziki, 1960, Vol. 30, No. 12, pp. 1415 - 1421 TEXT: For measuring the energy emitted from the walls of the discharge chamber, a spherical black body with a low thermal capacity and an ab- sorption coefficient of nearly unity was used. By means of this black body only measurements of the total energy emission could be made, be- cause its time lag was too great. For measuring the time dependence of the energy fluxes, a plane pickup (bismuth thermocouple) was usod. The signals of the two pickups were made visible by an oscilloscope. The measurements showed that the apparatus used records not qnly that part of the energy which is introduced into the plasma. It to assured that by arc discharges a considerable part of energy to liberated ty local emissions, and also a loss occurs as a result of vto.-!Illatitns of Card 1/3 571457 Measurement of the Energy Flux Emitted by S/05Y60/04-0/012/0C-4/011 Plasma in "Allfa" Research Installation B019 B056 the magnetic field of discharge. The recorded energy emission practical- ly begins with a considerable lag relative to the beginning of dis@'.barge. The authors thank B. P. Konstantinov for the suggestion to use a bla^k body for the measurements, and they also thank L. M. Andresen and L. I. Zantova of the chemical laboratory for their help in producing the pickups. There are 7 figures and 4 Soviet references. ASSOCIATION: Sauchno-iseledovatellakly institut eltktrofisichookoy apparatury (Scientific Research Institute of Electro- physical Apparatus) SUBMITTED: Card 2/3 July 15, 1960 AL Card 313 ji 'W 3 9 S/120/62/000/004/004/047 E194/E420 AUTHORS: Monoszon, N.As, UA1av_,_A_.A%,,__Gashev, M.A., Spevakova. F.M., Yavno, A.Kh.. KornAkov, Yo.V., Kulakov, F.M., Vadgornyy, V.P., Gorshkova, Ye.G. TITLE: The supply system for the electromagnet of a proton. synchrotron of 7 Gev PERIO[)IC%L: Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta, no.4, 1962, 27-33 TEXT: The article describes the suppiy system for an electro- magnet, the t'ield of which increases at the steady rate of 6.7 x lo3 oc/sec to reach a maximum value of 9300 06 in 1.55 see and then falls off exponentially in 0.8 sec, the.repatition rrequency in 10 to 12 cycles per minutes.- The voltage on the clectronuAgnat is incre4sed from 5000 to 10250 V with a maximump current of 2500 A. An induction motor of 3500 kW, 6 kV, 740 rpm drives through a fluid coupling a 6 phase alternator of peak outi)ut 37500 kW, 8.2 kV, and an auxiliary generator of 250 kW, 380 V for auxiliary supply to the 12-phase ignitron rectifi or. During the current decrement period the rectifier operates as an inverter. A description of the smoothing circuit Card 1/2 5/120 /62/000/0011 /VO'#/()47 The supply system for the alectro-... E194/E420 is given. Particular fault conditions of the circuit are analysed and the protective devices fully described. The performance in illustrated by oscillograms. Schematic and block circuit diagrams are given and an outline drawing of the ignitrons. There are 8 figures. ASSOCIATION: Nauchno-issledovateltskiy institut elektrorizicheakoy apparatury GKAE (Scientific Research Institute for Electrophysical Apparatus GKAE) SUBMITTED: April 10, 1962 Card 2/2 AUTHORS: TITLE: PEMODICAL: Pribory i tekhnika.ekgperimenta, S/12o/62/000/004/031/047 E140/E420 Monoszon, N.A., Stolov, A.M., Spevakova, F.M. The ii:fluence of parasitic parameters of the proton synchrotron electromagnets on the asymmetry of the magnetic field and methods of compensating it no.4, 1962, 168-171 TEXT: The strictest requirements on symmetry of the magnetic field occur at the point of injection, where the excitation current is lowest. At the start of each acceleration cycle a constant potential is applied to the electromagnet winding with a fairly steep wavefront. The presence of parasitic c6nductance and shunt capacitance in the system (Fig.1, equivalent circuit) gives rise to transient asymmetry. The article describes a potentiometric system of correction for these distortions. There are 7 figures. ASSOCIA!rION: Nauchno-issladovatel'skiy institut slektrofizicheakoy apparatury GKAE (Scientific Research Institute for Electrophysical Apparatus GKAE) Card 1/2 At, I S/c@t 12 /C nt, /0 0 3 /01'4 Az7i HORL: vs 1., 11 1 ra; ty V. VVomir fe WI ntq A. A. IMb-hin Ik ij Z. V. Toe d-'slo Cf the 7-@-v proton tsynchr,,Ar,@n cner&iya, v. 12, no. 6, 11',Z, 4TZ-474 !iiitiry of th- first Sr)vlot cyclic vit I r i I %n,t th,? rest imi"rta-A d-lon @n Ito ;'14nillito av? ;,mi-ntel. NmAnninf, was stsr%e,I in vi- j-.vrm,--tvrv tLe an-,rj;y of which vx,.*re,I-j tha nntlnu-laon thre3holl. *@-r, so ch@-aen thAt %bg de"ilfortre of the orb-Ital c';"-I!-.fcrvncc tin %I-.o jArt,.cle no@i,nt-k *%3 7,ox;@-!nv4tel. This sea m,ni-vv-i by rm;,lo7lae 14 &,%Cnetq with orbits of nor,-ativo virysture. Technical data: ou%pot current, 1910 protons/Pt3lool mallmu* fl-11 str@nrth, 0415 oti ltngth of equilibrium orbit, 251.1 a# railus of Card 112 "I@- i. I i,;n of th. 7- lie V I t" r i I nth . "n I t np@ Oen. -4 a ri k'11, ins nuuf@-r of mmo-n-tt@ rr-@t"rl. "40* 0 1 if k i. . r ft It t@ of th'@ -Jory-M.10. ii. ri"14 miren'0110 iio an-I llo @n. ,r t-%mtr@n AlA 0 r V-0 ri A I C V mt 41 A, I 1'@ tal or i t I f'. -tl '10 to-7 Dow I r o C' r t. i t a I t h 14 K f, ; -1 - V I 'I t if% h -ili i A i vrit@@ m.)zontt4 %, 1 .47 imi rftt+ t.@f pn-r#.r introso" r-i fr,, -4,;. @j 2 j" i nn i I., of the Pic 1-0 up/moc a th!. '!n 1:C'sar'* re 4@4@ncy v., f *I nchrocycl ot rrn K)o c xs t i onm; of thi, electronunvt 4teel temot mutim,ift ;j mjs*..@r. , 25 gal Tan do Graaff Injector (farticle anorgy. i"'vv; 'Irld 3treri:th '70 oe)l al:rlsslble deviation# (rca fio14 wirength Ani 11@14 1r, 31 devistiono at the chanter o-14ge due to ownlin- aritits. a+ii3sIble fre-4wincy doviation of tho accolaratin,4 flell at the brfJnk1n,, of the Cycle, 10'), an4 at t@.@ enjo 5-10'5. !here Art fifur* ow,; I %able, :1 V "@ IA*-, ?, D I'Virch 12, Card 212 LH fps 8/069J62/m/006/011/017 AVrHOR3 1 0. T. and M. A. TITLZI Vauchnsys konf oreatella Mookovskogo Inshoserso-fisichsokeSo Institute (Scientific Conferees* of %be Moscow &"Sneerimg Phystas ,,a titate) 1962 PERIODICALs Atonnoya en*rdiya, v. 13g no. 6g 19629 60) - 06 TEXTe The annual conference took place Is may 194 with &or* then 400 delegates participating. A review to given of these lectures that are assumed to be of Interest for the readers of Atonnays, onerelys. They are fallowinge A. 1. Loypunakiy, future of fast r*awtorsj A. A. Vasillyeve design of accelerator& for superbigh onergioe'l 1. to. Pomerazabuk, snalytiolty, anitarity, and asymptotic behavior of strong Intersatioso at high anoraless A. A. MISdals phenomenological theory for the meal-bady probl*so To. D. Fiveyokly. Acceleration of sodium-*&orgy antiproteso Is met ter, -Kogan, To. A. Ioallevoklyp theory of the iftabover offestj V. 1. Ayssanov, theory of loalsation lose" in sombosogamoose medians 1. Ivanove A. Aa Rukhadso# b-f aeadmativill of emberitleal plasmal card 1/c S/089/62/0 i 3/W6/0 191021 Nauchnays konferentaiya ... B102/BI86 B. V. Pletnev, F. M. Spovakov, A. M. Stolov, supply of synchrotron electro- magnetni G. L. Saksaganakiyo V. YW. i@i_iseyei, flanged separ%ble heat-re- aistant jui.ctions of Brest diameter; B. G. Klimov, A. S. Vayradyan. V. F. Yevaeyev, I. B. Mikhqylov, 1. N. Afonskiy, B. N. Delov, Ye. 1, Mamo- nov, S. I. Strelkov, Te. V. Sedykh, B. A. Shchukin, optical principles in computer engineering technique; R. S. Nakhmanson, N. M, Roysing M. 6. Mostovlyanakiy, Yuo A. Volkov, electronics; Ye. L. Sulimt transmitter for electromagnetic flow-meter, V. M. Oveyankin, Vo M. Plushnikovf applica- tion of varicondes for transforming doc. into Card MONOSZONO N.A.; STOWV9 A...M,; GASRET,, M.A.; SPEVAKOVA F.M.; TAVXO, A.Xb.; KORNAKOVI Te.Y.; KULAKOVt F.M.; IIADGORMf TOP&; GORSHKOVAI TO.G. Power supply system of the electromagnet of the 7 bevo proton mcbrotron. Prib. i tekh. ekap. 7 no.4127-33 J1-4 #62* (MDU 164) 1. Nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut alaktraftsichaskoy apparatury Gosud&rBtvennogo koaitata po Ispollsovantyu atommoy energii SSSR. (Blectrcmgnate) (SynabrotrIDn) MONOSZONJ N.A.1 STOLOV, A.M.1 SPATAKOVA, P.M. Effect of the parasitic parameters of the electromagnet In a proton aynchrotron on the asyrmtry of a magnetic field and methods for Its coMmmation. Prib. I takh. ekspj)7 no-4: 168-171 Jl@Ag 162. (MIM 16: 1. 11auchno-iseledovatel'skiy institut elektrorisicheskor apparatury Gosudarst"nnogo komiteta po Ispollsovanlyu atounoy enorgii SSSR. (Blectrwagnots) (synchrotron) VIADIMIRSUTv M.; 10M, 10.0s; NIM,. AOL GOLIMS.. L.L.; NONOSZON N.A,; AD munt S.M.; Tws@;, Te.l.; VASILITEV, A.A.; TODO?Iliiovf F.A.; IMIKMW D 0 RM REV,, VA.; MALYSHEVv I.P.; STOLDVq AX; S?RIILI"OYJ The 7 bev. proton s"s%rvt*n. ?rib, i takhi ekep. 7 no.404 Jl,k 162 * milu 16 1 A.) 1. lutitut Uoretichwkey I ekqwrlmntallnoy fisiki %au- darstyennogo kositets pa lopollsovaniyu atomnoy energii S=p lauehae-lasledovatelOddy lustitut elAtrofisichaskoy apparatury OweUrstlennogo kmitsta po lepolls6vanlyu atomoy onergil SMM i FAdietekbnlc)wkly lmtltut Gosudaretvannogo kcsiteta po ispollsaywdyu atoway anirgil SSSR. (Sywhrotron) BODOVIKOVI R.@.; 11M.-NEV, R.V,; SPFVAKOVA, F.M,i STOWi, A.M. Prinolples of the construction of resona----@ systems of supply of synchrotron electromagnets. ElenrofIx. app. no.^e?189- 19e, 164. (r@-qh 18'.)) 1. AIC,14-65 EWT(,%)/ tPA( +2#n( a)-2 Pab-IO/Pt.7 .. IJP(C),, , JT/@3 @ACCLSSIW 11Rj ATS007919 1/0000/64/000/00010191/wii-VI Itj,, G. K.; K=11', Yo 0.1 KUMOTA Aly tKy. it r. I - - .1 - - . - - _Y. Yj; F I - -xn, A. A,_; ropkovich, A. yt; @;Po q!t A KSt Iltsov,_4. $.I Tltoy,.@@ U.21- ,, 1, ivouo A Kuz'r1n il. .4.1 _y@nov, F. .-A,,A. s H; II a-.-- .. i-A--t-i Rubehinsitly Zhadanov, V. Mk Marston S. 0. &h1ryjyjj,-fAJ6- TITLM 60-70 Gov Proton Synghrotrm-g COUPM International Conference oft.High gnsrjy@ A"olemors. Dubse, I"I. Tt%*. i @F'Oacow,hoir zdat1964 197-201 I JOPIC TAG5; high energy occal4rator, synchaotron WSTRACTs A 60-70 Gov proton rfnehrotron with strong focusing Is being oonstrwtied inot far from fierpukhov, as be* been reported earlier N.C. *Asseefth tastitute for Electre-Phynical rjuipment, Lonintr&4." In Procs*41ags of the Int~M&tlorAl Confer- - ,once on 111rh Encra Accalorstors and Instrumentation (CM, 1219), p. 373). The - iprosent report describes parameter changes and Improvownts In precision atrwtW%1 @ characteristics of the accolorator, and the present state of construction In &Ld- - - @1963. The parameters of the magnet we presented in a table. A small cheage Is !the original plans permitted an lamas* In the length of a part of the fr"I Cori 1/4 L 4lCjd-rj5 ACCESSION MR: AT5007918 sections, tore of which are utilized for Input and exit of besms. The super-period diai,@n B dm,,icribood. The lengthened sections were obtained as a consequen" of zLort-@MnZ the focusing and defocuoing blocks Irl 112 c:*. The focusing properties of tim trija(!tIc chann-il were dJ=InL3h-:d consequently. but very little; and the Iiniting ez@crgy war lo-ened by 2-3 Cav. The construction of the magnet Is described Each of tht3 ro&nntic blocks Is divide4 lengthwise into 5 oub-blocks which am rny,iloind by the co.-.@on winding. These sub-blocks consist of lanWr two-811110sto allicon at,7ol. -shore steel shoots wars st&*Ted out without subsequent lacbmical workin;,, arA were aubject~4 to sorting and Intermixing In order to smooth cWt their r.-ignctlc chdractorlatIcs. no sub-blocks are constricted by lst4r4l welded plates without hdbosion, Provision was ra4t for winding* an the poles In order to tall at for poln notilincarity and for variations in the drop reading. These windUgs volts It poaalblo to Introduce artificial quadratic (square) nonlinsariq that @Mqts th" (*,np-om1.;nco of the frequ4ney of transverse oscillations during a pdas. In order to correct for straying of the residual field, provision has basis We f" !Windlnga on the yoke in series with the main winding. The sub-blocks sust Ww" calibration an a rapst stand In order to make sorrectIal systems sort preelse ad to (Litomilne the moot convenient disposition-of the sub-blocks &I"# the riq, IM winding of the elactrougnat to We Of alumitum bustars with hollow OMG M cooling water. , The longth' of the bu4bar is to selected that tb4r* wftld be 00 Card !214 L 430dJ-65 ACCESS1011 MR: AT5007918 4- Volded joint$ Inzido the Voila- The winding coasists of 4 sectImst two of which ,are 4isp,.)ue4 on tho up;wr pole an4 two on the lower. The most Important diameter- of the alectro-4gnot and power supply systes ore described in a table. Al" ItItscribed are the vacuum cMrber and 4ce4erating field (obtained by 51 paired ,reaonatora with ferrite rinrs, which operate at the 30-th harmonle of revolution fand f-.ive accelerating pottantl4l, of 3SO kilovolts). The ring tunnel and the general @arrari$:,nrnt of the accelerator are shovn In figure* and described. The building Ifor vie Injector and portio-ws of the ring tunnal from the Injector to the ex"ri- imental room have benn corpleted In the main and we ready for Installation of 1equipir-ent. This rooo. In the fora of a slngle-alalq buLldIng without internal rupports, permits one to work on be&= brought Into the inner and Outer sides. A 90-wter arch covers this room, whose overall length is ISO asters. P=vLaicas have been mado for a second experimental room at the southwest part of the riage Orig. haa 4 figurva, 2 tables. AS50CIATI09i Itiatitute toorsticheskoy I eksperiventallwy H&M 0" ISCR (Inntituto of Theorotilpal aqd Expe INAS& - I i Isaledovatel'skiy Inatitut *1okirofitichaskay apparst%=7 1"M 0. V. Taframems GKAE GGSR (Scientific Research Institute of Clectrotibyst"I AMMt1L8-0'-QM M CWd- L 43W- 4-65 A=55103 KRs ATS007916 (3) P4diatekhntchaskiy hatitutt AX SSSR (Radio.,t -n a fA, Sclenc.)a SSSR). (%) GosuUrvtv*vmyy proyaktayy LrAtl SUDRITTLOt 26My&4 EXCLI 00 NO Rcr sovo oo2 OTMI 001 Acadw :0@ 00991 32, xr, rd 4/14 ACCESSION NRt 047)15 8/0009/64/017/004/n287/O294 'All AUTHORSs Gashovs M. A.j GuStov, 0. K.1 WykS"!j@q@ _X. K.j KOM&F, Ye.-G.i Monos;qnA_Hj_h.j PopkQyIS". V.r pqAMjk9vL B. 1@@s Rozhdestyenskly, a. V.s Rumy@@jtsev,_.#. AL.1 Sakeso gansk4vA- G. L.1 9pqya4L0V4, A- J(-j fttslItAiny. V- 2"_ _ja!ynot_A. Xh. 3w TITLEs Main technical characteristics of the QTakamak- expori- mental thermonuclear installation SOURCEs Atomnaya energiya, v. 17, no. 4, 1964o 287-294 TOPIC TAGSs thermonuclear pinch, thermonuclear fusion, plasm& re- search, plasma pinch/ Tokowak-3 ABSTRACTs The "Tokamak-36 to intended for the Investigation of a toroidal quasi-stotionary discharge in the strong longitudinal sag- ,netic field. The toroidal discharge is produced In the vacuum chaw- 12ce,d- 1/3 ; i `@' 1 .1 @ KCESSION MR: AP4047415 ber by a vortical electric field, and Acts as an equivalent secondary _:epinch is at III turn of a pulse transformer. The produced_pjA!@@& Ab sod with a longitudinal magnetic field of a toroidal solenoid, inside wnich the vacuum chamber in located. The magnetic core of the pulse transformer carries the primary vortical-field winding, the demag- netization winding, and the winding for induction heating. The set- up is fed from special power systems. The electromagnetic system, the power supply. and the vacuum system are described In some detail. The longitudinal field intensity reaches 40 kG. The vortical field values are 250 and 50 V per "urn with pulse durations 10 and 50 mil- liseconds, and with programming of the waveform such as to maintain a constant current in the plasma pinch. The power supply delivers a peak power of 77,000 W, maxima 7000 A. no-load voltage 11 W, and stored energy 100 million Joules. The vortical field is fed from four capacitor banks rated 1000 pF at 20 W, 11,000 a at 10 kV, 78,000 py at 5 kV# and 30,000 pF at 5 W. The capacitor-bank para- meters can 'it varied over a wide rango. The vacuum In the lin&rAws Card 2/3 L @312.2 ACCESSIA URI AP4047415 not exceed 1-2 x 10- 7 Irms Jig-@during the interval between gas admLis- sion, with the pressure in the outside chamber being 1-2 x lVG mm Jig. Orig. art. hams 8 figures. ASSOCXATXOXi None GVWUTTZVs 23Uov63 KXCLI 00 SUB CODXI SIP UR MY 60VI 000 OTKZR# OOOJ Cord 3/3 ACC NR, AT6031766-------'------- -SOURCE-COW-f 'AUTHOR: Arkhangellskly, F. K.; Stolovj A. M. IORG* none !TITLE: Use of Impdct generators for producing pulsed ragnetic fields with high energy capacity ISOURCE: Moscow. [I.-iuchno-issledovatellskly Institut elektrofiticheskay apparstury. itlektrofizicheskaya apparatura, no. 4, 1966, 165-168 JOPIC TAGS: pulsed magnetic field, strong magnetic field !ABSTRACT: An evaluation Is made of the energy level delivered by a modern impact ;generator and a comparison is made of performance and economic data associated with 'this method and with the method of capacitive storage. The derived expressions for ;key paritmtera are applied to the evaluation of two specific Impact generators: a I iSoviet ma3s produced three-phase impact generator with a cylindrical rotor as well as @a Special impact generator with eight poles developed by Siemens. The Soviet generato ;has a peA power of 2500 Mw with a model power of 125-150 Mw while the Siemens genera- j :tor has a model power of 300 Mw. The analysis shows that In the whine version the @vAlue of the stored energy which can he achieved in practice Is less than that achieve 'with capacitive storage. rrom the standpoint of useful life, the capacitive storage Card W a 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 # 0 0 0 "# *- I 1 01 1 F 0 0 a , I # W it .4 A f It -L IA -A- AL a F 4 4 of *0 00 00 00 a v-W '1 q 1 1 1 -A (K a a. 00 6 so S? L 1,@ A es Z: It Ju- to IS 21 119640 J1. xftm 00 rluqnw-"-c (u%ck of Cia, rV% Ail &&I fa hit ' tofffttllolft C11 OVION(MCIPIMA MK*M Stis drkWAgd In dcl.#,l wash qwul cmm*mww 4 the sim and Owie 111a d At raw tw* *W low livenrial corklmovicy V( Oe 1110 Not "WMI% %*V 16-001" OW" r*A4 Off Johlotold dporvol 401" IMW. %#I% IOW rallogi on of 4 pitjInvi", 1L. I 4%.,# 1104 924 44j, All 11111.55 WyAhtty. 2W 2100, soo, lie* too 0 1 1 k 11414MASIc4i W1441640, C&ASWICAflaft too todo- V-8141, SI.,0 too14 v,4 11, 1 1 *"., , . is'o, tv ki . " 0 0 01 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0.0 0 04 U 'a a u 00 "Oe 00 @.fs 0 JAL dftw ft st 34 kx" hm" 00 mm WIN W@ foodwaft dwm 00 It 6 shma OM do #rpm see -oloph, Th ad a 400 00 a Swft gwo at"" me; do kd&4 as WOL Npqm ame-for 0aw dw so do one* 00 N*- , W@ *m add. 410 *WM .00 a, IL too 0 t bee old.. see to 0 mi K a it a Ig it n it :::::*eooo**Oooeoooo 0000000000000 *a** 0 00 STUM, Docent L. 1. Mbr., Kazan' Aviation Inat., -clq48-cj95O-. Cand. Technical Sci, vAction of Transition Electromagnetic Processos on the Starting Dynanics of a Shcrt-Ciroutted Sngine,2 Zlek- trichostvo, No. 6, 1948; "Starting Short-Circulto-I Asynchronous Hotors With Retho,%d Voltage," Prom. Energet.. Ile. )e 1948; "CcneartUrg Yu. L. Muktosoyev's Article 'An Outmoded Standard Retards the Developrtent 7f the Couhtry'3 Pwar Econovq,14 Zlektrichestyo, No. 60 1949; "ProJected Standard of Nor.Wial Voltages for Stationar-.r Electrio Networks#" ibide# No. 8, 1950. STOWT, L. 1. Tnaslent mounts at 41rect-on starting of asraohrocous motors. Ttuo XAI 22:31-35 '49. (Bloctric motors, raduction) (NM IOW Docel t ?A 167T34 T USSR/Zlectricity - Standards,, Voltage Aug 50 ?over Networks "Projected Standard of Nominal Voltages for Sta- tionary Blectric Networks," Docent L. 1. Stolov, Cand Tech Sci, Kazan, M. A. Kogan, EnU, Karaganda Mine Planning Trust "Blektrichestvo" No 8, pp 85-86 Continues discussions in "Blektrichestvo" So 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 1950. Criticizes projected standards and suggests improvements. PTO STOLOV, L.I. ;'@- , Effect of the rel%tionship of time and dyrAmic moment on the starting power of d.e. eigines. Trudy X&I 25-111-115 151. (XIAA 10:7) (Electric motors, Direct current) -" I.. I., = 2. U55A k6co) Electric Enjneerin- - Stirtr aal Teachin-P 4. Ip 7. Some prolbl,.,,is of rzethodcJoTy la teachln& a co@!rse on electric mchlner7. 7-1,)tric"Ii-@stvo no. 11, 1952. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, Februag 1953. Unclassified. Elaotrical Engineering Abstracts May 1954 Machines. Ila IL emmdfift 4@ dko ftMM OW dw IN ftmot*p ow mw wtma dw isp"4 far WAMM of < curm I kw owpm dft vay ut"s hom me T,J1fi;YA;V, B.M., professor, doktor tekhnichnskikh rquk; GIXIS, A.F., dotsent, kandidat takhnicheskikh nauk; MXZHLUMOV. A.i.., dotsent. kandidat takhnicheakikh nauk (Baku); STOLOT L 1, doteent, kandidat takhnichaskikh nauk A.'A., Inzhener (Kronshtadt); RAXHIMOV. G.R., dotsent, kandidat takhnichaskikh nauk; KONSTANTINOV, V.I., inshener (Moscow): NZTKAN, L.R.; ZAYTSF.V. I.A., dotsent, kandidat tekhnicheskikh nauk: UMOYI, A.G.. dotsent, kandidat takhnichaskikh nauk. Terminology of theoretical electrical engineering. Xloktrichestvo no.2:74-82 F 154. (KIRA 7:2) 1. Vaesoyusnyy taochnyy energetichaskiy institut (for Tareyev). 2. Rostovskiy institut inzhenerov sholesnodoroihnogo transport& (for GIkis). 3. Sradneastatskiy politakhnicheskiy Institut (for Rakhimov). 4. Chlon-korrespondent Akadesil nauk SSSR (for Neyman). 5. Laningradskiy politakhnichaskiy institut Is. Kalinim (for Neyman, Zaytsev, Lurlye). (Ilectric engineering--Terminology) STOLOV, L % :&MO Selecting electric drives with high electromiechanical tim constants, Trudy W 28:135-140, 154. (Inoctric driving) (MM IOW STOLOV, L.I., kand.takhn.nauk, dots.; LAL1117KIN. G.I.. kand.takhn.nauk. i Testing micromachines by means of an auxiliary motor* Blectrichostvo no.1:68-70 Ja 158. (MIRA 11:2) l.Xnx&nsk1y aviatste7nmy institute (Zlo,ztric motors-Testing) @@U'V/ 1414 - 5-8-9 -6/ 18 AUTHOR! Stolov.. L.I., Ca.@ra Tech,_Sc.,__ Docent head of the Chair 11 Vj T" a ineei@n., and Macihirv r7 OT c 0@ aidcal Charact TITa t77S11,1 erisfics of - dn h e ar)e Sma 11 Asyno hrunoiis Motors (0 for"e @4ekhanicheskoy kharakterit,tiki a@;inkhronnoi@_,- dvifatelya maloy moshchnosti) PERIODICAL., Izvestlya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Za*,redeniy,. Elektromekhanika, 1958., lir 9, pp 36-44 (USS.11) A15STRACT- Asynchronous motor.- with ratin6,,; up to a few waLts which have sy=,etr�c,.,1 *xrindin,@- are fed fron a ,0 sy,ruaetrical syste.a of voitages are extensively used in instruments and control circuits. Usually,in investiSatine, the mechanical characterlstics of asynchronous motors either the "imodulus of the complex coefficient" A (representing the ratio of the input voltage of the equivalent circuit to th,@ volta@,e of the transverse limb of this circuit; in the case of ideal no-load running) is taken into consideration or it is assumed that this coefficient equals the real value of unity. However, in very small asynchronous motors the relative values of the pure resistances and, to a large Card 1/1@ extent, the relative values of the inductances of the AW/111" - 58-9-6/18 .1 Un the Shape of thf,, Mechanical Charac te-ri.,; tics of very Small Asynchronous MoLors stator circuit are large compared to the corresponding values of larger asynchronous motors. Therefore, the (net;ative) argument of the coefricient A reaches in such small motors 30 to 400, the -modulus 2.0 to 2.5 and the current formulae used for calculating the mechanical characteristics of larger asynchronous motors are inapplicable for very mall motors. by using the equations of a passive 4-pole U A62 + Bi2 11 CU2 +DI 21 it is possible to obtain more general and simple formulae which :-Ire, suitable also for investigatin6 the performance of very small asynchronous motors. The T-shaped equivalent circuit for the given case is shown in Fig 1. Un the basis of the here quoted equations of the passive 4-pole, formulae are derived for calculating Card 2/4 the characteristics of very small motors. A comparison 144 - 56 - c' - e-/ 18 On the Shape of the I'lechanical Characteriz-.ics u-r verr-y Asynchronous Motors A y szall of the eleCtromagnetic @nument vs, slip curve,', calculated according to the here de5ived equation: 0.971n, 1U1 r2s M (4) n Ar.,,, * Br, (curve 1) with that detemined experimentally (curve and that calculated aceord4rg to the currently used formula (curve 2) is made in Fi6 3. p 42, In the above quoted formula - it is the electruma6rwtic Laomerit, k6m; M, - nwaber of phases of the statorl n - rotation speed of th,;-- ma.,,netic field; r2 - rotor resistance; s - slip; U1 - input voltage; Card 3/4 A and B are complex coefficients, un rile Shape of the :Aecohanical Characterlotics of very Small Asynckronous Motors A formula is also derived r) 40. The here described Llso be extended to L,;jall variable para@.,,ieters; this separate paper. There are 3 figures and 1 for tht-m- critical slip, Eq (5), Laethcd of investi6ation car. asynchrunou3 motors with will be the Vubject of a Soviet reference. ASSOCIATION: Kafedra elektrotekhniki i elektricheskikh mashin Kazansk-,,-c -tviatsionj..-Z-- instituta (Chair for Electrical Zngineerine, arA. Electrical Machinery, Kazan* Aviation Institute) SUBMITTED: July 29, 1953 Card 4/4 8(5) AUTHORs S@g1ov,_j,_j,,_.j7ocent, Candidate of SOY/105-59-1-15/29 Technical Sciences TITLEs Current-3lip-Dependence of an Induction Motor of Small Power (Zavisimost' toka aoinkhronnogo 4vigattlya, maloy moshchnosti ot skollzhenlya) PERIODICALt Elektrichestvo, 195), Ir 1, pp, 61-63 (USSR) ABSTRACTs This investigation concerns the dependence of the stator current 11 on the slip a for induction motors with a power of under 1 watt up to a power of a few watts. The motors are fed by a symmetrical voltage system. The static operation method is investigated. The coilings of the stator and rotor of micromotors investigated here cannot meet the conditions of similitude but they are symmetrical. The rotor may be short-circuited or hollow. The equivalent circuit diagram of the micromotor is a four-pole consisting of effective and inductive resistances and feeding the effective resistance. In these micromotors, the relative effective resistances of the stator circuit and those of the rotor are normally great Card 112 as compared with the corresponding relative resistances of Current-Slip-Dependence of an Induction Motor SOV/105-59-1-15/29 of Small Power normal induction machines. It is shown that in the induction micromotor examined here the modulus of the stator current 11 decreases in a wide range of the slip 9 according to the formula (2) derived here, at an increase of the slip above zero. The parameters of the four-pole are assumed to be con- stant. If relation (5) is maintainedv the power flow direc- tion through the machine remains the same for a "generator" braking at any negative value of a as for the operation as a motor. These circumstances should be considered in the investigation of heat processes in the induction micromotor. The diagram with the curves marking the law of change of the stator-current modulus by the slip is given as an example. A second diagram shows the calculated and the experimental curve Ill. . f(s) for a short-circuited induction three-phase micromotor of an automatic device. I is the current in ideal idling at a a 0. Both curves diverge only slightly. There are 3 figures. SUBMITTEDs July 26, 1958 Card 212 ')TCLCV, 1. 1. 33124 0 Perakhodnykh Momentakh Pri Keposredstvemom Puske Asinkhronivogo DvIgatelya. Trudy Kazansk. Avlats. In-ta, XX11, 19499 c. 31-35 SO: Letopial Zhurnallnydh Statey, Vol. 45, Moskva, 1949 STOLOV, Loy lxraUqj"h, dots., kpnd.t"khn.rutuk - - - M Shape of mechanical characteristics of sm'.1 Induction Motorse lzvv vys.uchnh.zav.; elok-tromekb. I no.9:38-W@ 1 58. (MRA 12il) 1. Zrivaduymshchiy Vitfedrojr slektroteKaiki i olektrichaskikh mashin Kazanskogn nviatelonnogo Instituta, (Blectric motors, Ind-action) SOV/144-59-1-6/21 AUTHOR: Stolov, L.I., Cand.Tech.Scl, Docent, In charge of the -Cha1T----- TITLE: The Mechanical Characteristics of a Two-phase Induction Motor with Asymmetrical Stator Circuit PERIODICALs Izvestlya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedenly. Elektromakhanika, .1915), Nr 1, pP 35-41 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The stator circuit of a small two-phase Induction motor with squirrel cage or hollow rotor may be asymmetrical either because the actual stator winding is asymmetrical or because a capacitor is connected in one phase of the stator winding. The present article shows a simplified way to construct the mechanical characteristics of a motor with an asymmetrl,@al stator, The method is to treat the machine as a symmetrical motor supplied by a system of Voltages such that the currents in the two phases are the same as In the original motor, The equivalent circults of the two phases of the asymmetrical Indu-.tion motor are g1ven In Fig 1. The actual motor with asymmetrical stator windlng Is then assumed to be replaced by a symmetrical Card motor with the same Impedances in the equivalent clrcuit 1/3 of each phase but with 3upply vc,ltages that fulfil the L1_/ SoVA44 .,,*g .1-6/21 The Mechanical Characteristics of a Two-phase Induction Motor vith Asymmetrical Stator Circuit conditions of Eq (2). Equations are then derived for the phase voltages and the asymmetry factors. A graphical method of determining the asymmetry fa(-tors for the equivalent circuits of the two phases is explained with reference to Fig 2. Having found from expression (3a) the modulae of the positive and negative phase-sequence supply voltages, and substituted them in the expression for the electro magnetic torque of the symmetrical motort the resultant torque is found from expression (5), together with expression (6a). A typical example is then given of the construction of the mechanical characteristics of a small 400 c/s hollow-rotor -apacitor motort and the torque/slip curves obtained are plotted in Fig 3. The calculated value of the starting torque was 2.9 and the experimental value was 2,5 g.@m, An appendix gives Card the derivation of Eqs (3), (4) and (4a). 2/3 There are 3 figures and I Soviet reference, tl@ SOV/144-59.1-6/21 The Mechanical Characteristics of a Two.-phase Induction Motor with Asymmetrical Stator Circuit ASSOCIATIONs Kafedra I elektricheskikh mashin, Kazansk.Iy aviatsionnyy Anstitut Card 3/3 (Chair of Electro-tecKnology and Elect.rical E@achines, Kazan'Aviation Institute) SUBMITTED: December 26, 1958 GO). IM 4"Ma. W. I.. 1:7 La. ft. *4 X'slirL4.4 ISO- of 4.svatoli., S. fli* C.".eveta ." IL*td .1 a" lsotzl.t W$ows.4 L.%Lao@ (L..4.4r.4 at S.-4trt.ol 1.416-ttod L"" 1. 1. (La-.) Sesoma#r 1*56. it Oft, 4%1.04.4 t'r "re ta- 5,v oil "&*&wto r*-%FAL of I" a". to. 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XISW"I.v So t'rose et rm - yvelst"To 4 &A 1-1-6;4, &1-009 .1sliVolse *44 , . ILW STOLVIV nd.tekhn.nai* Relationship between the current and slip In evall. itAuction motors. Slaktrichostvo no,l:6l-,0 '& '59. (YTR& 1215) (Blectric motors, Induction) 6 9(6) 3/146'/59/002/06/007/016 D002/DO06 AUTHOR Jtol-ov, Candidate of Technical Sciences, Docent ""ITLE., Some Characteristics of an Asynchronous.14i.-cromotorq-A and the Determination of the Parameters of its Eqlli- valent Circuit PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Priborotroy- eniye, 1959, Nr 6, pp 49-53 (USSR) ABSTRACT: This is a general discussion of the characteristics of a micromotor and the i.roblem of determining the parameters of its equivalent circuit. Equations for velocity and mechanical characteristics of micro- motors with a noc-symmetrical stator circuit are derived, and it is concluded that the method des- cribed can also be used for motors with as mmetric circ.uits. The article was recommended by Ne Orgkomi- tet mezhvuzovskoy nauchno-tekhnicheskoy konferentsii .2-ird 112 S/146/59./002/06/007/016 D002/DO06 Some Characteristics of an Asynchronous Micromotor and the Deter- mination of the Parameters of Its Equivalent Circuit po elektroizmeritellnym priboram i teklinicheakim sredstvam avtomatiki. (Orgkomitet of the lntervuz Scientific-Technical Conference on Electro- -Measuring Devices and Technical Automation Means). rhere are 2 graphs and 4 Soviet references. ASSCCIATION: KazanskLy aviat'slonnyy institut (Kazan' Aviation UBMITTED: February 13, 195 .9 ard 212 BOV/105-59-10-9/25 L. T.- Candidate of :-hrii,,ai ,ciences, Docent (Kazan#) 771 f @,nnical r, n.-,cei r- Thre i@-,-ha_ -. - - i :; , ,c Induction Motor P_-111C:)1CAL: Ele%tricki,@..tvo, 1M, 10, PP 47-50 (JSZR) A.',-'.'.ACT: -'ha author inventigatev here the mechanical characteristics of low-powar threa-phase Induction motors with short-circuited rotor aj,@' asymnetrical stator circuit. The motors are fed by a symmetrical s stem of three-phase mains voltat;es (lineynoye napryazheniye . The stator windings of the investigated motors @ ar@, jy=--_,trical. The asymmetry of t-he stator circuit isq howevorp a result of an additional resistance in the b-phase or two additional resistances in the a- and c-phase. These two cases are invonti6ated here, and the formulas for calculating the resulting torque are deduced. This is exemplified in figure 3 by the mechanical characteristics V - f(S) for a short-circuited three- phase induction motor of 6-5 w as calculated by the above mqthod or according to the formulae deduced here* a - slip. Herefrom it follows that the curven obtained by calculation or experiment are nearly coincident. There are 3 figures. SU3MIT.:L1ZD: Juno 5, 1959 Card 1/1 AUMOR: Stolov, L.I., Docent SOV114 4 TITLE: Discussion ollTtjo CalcitIntioit o..' tile Mechanical Character- istics of Miniature Induction Motor:jl (LIe%tromeldianika, 1959, Nr 7) PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Yy9shikh tichebityidi @-.avcdcniy, Elektroricidiatlika, 1959, Nr 10, P,-,) 157 - 159 0-j:;S10 At;STHACT: This is a contributifiiii to tile discussion on an article by Nesgovorova and Kansik, published in Elektromakhanika, 1959, Nr 7. In their article, these authors had made some critical comments about a prcvious article by Stolov, who j:iaintainr, his provious position -ind rpoizitz; out certain misconceptions of Heagovorova and Kaasik. There arc I figure and 1 Soviet reference. ASSOCIATION: Kazansltiy aviatsionnyy institut. (Knzah'Aviation Institute) SUBMI7f ED: Septc:-.ibor 20, 1959 Card 1/1 0 (5) S/105 60/000/b2/012/024 AUTHOR; Sto@kovj L. I., Docent, Candidate of BG07xOO6 _T_ft_NffTexr_5_0re_Woes (Xazano) TITLE; Induction MIcromotor With Hollow Rotor at Anomalous Frequency ;r% PERIODICAL: Elektrioliestvol 1960, Nr 21 pp 61 - 63 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The characteristics for the selection of the food voltage 0 according to the frequency f at invariable electromagnetic starting moment X for induction micromotors with a hollow non- magnetic rotor are investigated here. These motors show rela- tively great effective resistances In stator and rotor and very small inductive resistances of the rotor deviation* It Is as ; aumed first that the stator circuits of the motor are symmet , al and the motor Is fed by a symmetrical voltage system. The stator circuits of a two-phase induction m1cromotor with a hollow nonmagnetic rotor are however usually *symmotricalo In the case under review the character of the dependence of the control voltage and mains voltage on the frequency is Influ- enced by the asymmetry of the stator winding of the motor, the asymmetry of the systea of feed voltages and the necessity of Card 1/2 having to alter the condenser capacitance according to the Induction Micromotor With Hollow Rotor at 5/105/60/000/02/012/024 Anomalous Frequency B0070006 SUMUTTED: There are 3 figures and I Soviet reference. frequency. It is shown here that contrary to standard induction motors which operate at variable frequency, the function 17(f) does not proceed monotonously in the motors investigated herej the voltage U increases at a strong reduction of f (Fig 3). 0/ September 0, 1959 Card 212 s/A4/6o/ouo/O3/O10/O17 E194/E453 AUTHOR: Sjolov, L.I.j Candidate of Technical Sciences, Docent, Head of the ?@-hair for Electrical Engineering and Electrical Machinery TITLE: The Dynamics of Transient Processes in a Low-kower &1ectric Drive 4@\ PERIODICALi Izvestiya vy9shikh uchebnykh zavedeniy. Elektromekhanika, 196o, Nr 3, pp 80-84 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The dynamics of transient processes in electric drives with variable moment of inertia has been investigated previously though without allowing for friction in the reduction gear, which is Important in low-power drives. In the present article the referred moment of Inertia and the referred static torque are assumed variable and the drive is assumed to contain a reduction gear of appreciable friction. The mass of the driven mechanism is assumed to be concentrated and the friction torque in the reduction gear between the motor and driven mechanism is assumed to be a linear function of' the output torque of the reduction gear. Systems ot this Card 1/3 type may be divided into three classes, depending an S/.144/bO/000/03/010/017 E194/E455 The Dynamics of Transient Processes in a Low-Powor Electric Drive the nature of the load namely% systems in which the driven mechanism is of constant moment of inertia but the transmission ratio is variablei systems in which the driven mechanism Is of variable radius of inertiaj nisd nystems In which the mass oij the xhaft of the driven mechanisms is variable. These t1iree case% nre considered in turn and formulae nre derive-1 for the motor torque, allowing for friction in the reduction genr and the dynamic torque due to tho m(?ment of inertia of the motor rotor, The following equations are derivodr for the first case, Eq (4), for the case, Eq (7); and for the third case, Eq (9). The dytinmic equations may be integrated by the usual mothod of finite increments; the procedure is brtefly explained, A numerical example of calculations on a drive of' the type described in then gt%prl. An appendix given tfie derivation of two formulno- issed fit tit" main CArd 2/3 article. There are 5 Soviet ro@ferenr-es, 5/144/60/000/03/010/017 E194/E455 The Dynamics of Transient Processes in a Low-Power Electric Drive ASSOCIATIONiKazanakiy aviatsionnyy institut (Kazan Aviation institute) SUBMITTEDi Janual-Y 3* 1959 Card 3/3 Mechanical and Speed Characteristics S110516010001081101023 of D.C. Micromotore B012/8058 section, that is, for the general case where these characteristics are independent of the type of motor excitation. The relations shown in Figs. 1 and 2 are built up on the basis of these formulas. The speed- and mechanical characteristics for micromotors with various types of ex- citation are then built up with the aid of these formulas. It is neces- sary to take the nominal speed nn of the motor instead of the speed nol' as well as Ia and Ma (a a start) instead of Ial and Mai* The setup of the characteristics of a micromotor with external excitation Is shown next (Fig. 3), The characteristics of the micromotors with permanent magneto are also built up in a similar way. The setup of characteristics of a micromotor with series excitation is dealt with finally. The diagram with the mechanical and speed characteristic of a two-pole micromator with external excitation is given as an example in Fig. 4. There are 4 figures and 3 Soviet references, A'SSO,;IATION: Kazanskiy aviatsionnyy institut (Kazan* Aviation Institute) SUBMITTED: November 9. 1959 Vf__ Card 212 Determination of the equivalent S/196/62/000/004/015/023 E194/EI55 angles of whI,:,h is the angle of phase d0siplacement between the stator current I and the voltage Ul on load (usually at short circuit), and at an angle of V 00 which is the phase displacement angle between the stator current I and the voltage U10 with synchronous no-load conditions. Perpendicul^rs are dropped to the ordinate axis from the ends of the vectors Ul/I and VIO/I. To the end of the perpendicular dropped from the end of the vector Ul/I is added a sertion numert.:ally equal lo the stator ohmit resistance rl. A straight line in drawn from tht origin at an angle arctan n M "o the ordinate axis to determine the leakage rea,-tance uf the mtator winding xl from the vector diagram. Then the res:tante (-f' the quadrattare branch of the equtvatent Arr-utt. El 2, Cos S and fhe ohmic resistance of the rotor '2 are founI, Card 21/3 Determination of the equivalent s/196/62/000/004/015/023 E194/EI55 wherej E in the voltage on the quadrature branch of the equivalent circuit; S Is the slip; n and w are seSments of straight lines determined from the vector diagram. An example Is given of a calculation of the parameters of a two-phase 400-cycle capacitor motor with hollow non-magnetic rotor. The difference between calculated values and test results does not exceed 161e. 2 literature references @Abstractor's notel Complete translation.] Card 3/3 S/105/61/000/012/006/006 E194/3455 AUTHOR! Stolov, L.I., Candidate of Technical Sciences, Docent TITLE. The influence of asymmetr-j of stator phase resistance of a miniature induction motor on its characteristics PERIODICAL: Elektrichestvo, no.12, 1961, 76-80 TEXT. Two- and three-phase miniature motors often operate under asymmetrical conditions. and a motor with asymmetrical phase resistance oan be represented by a symmetrical motor with asymmetrical supply; however, a motor with asymmetry of stator phase location cannot be treated in this way if the stator currents are left unchanged. A three-phase star-connected miniature motor ;e first considered in which one phase contains additional resl5tance and the following expressions are derived for the phase @a (I + NI)il; Ib a(a + NI)II; (4) Card 1/4 ic a(l + aNdij; The influence of UO I U Ob U(. 2n S/105/61/OW/012/006/006 asymmetry ... E194/E455 (I NU)U + NU)UI; 8(1 + aNU)Ul- where a -. Pei U*l - positive phase sequence current and phase voltagq 12 2. ". corresponding negative phase sequen,@e values; NI 12111 - dpgree of current asymmetry: NU the corresponding voltage asymmetry on the positive and negative phase sequence impedances. The method is easily extended to three-phase motors with additional resistan,.,e in two phases and to two-phaso motors, The influence of asymmetry on starting torque is thon -onsidered and the Afollowing expreosions are obtalned@ q @@k2 _ 1@ (2k + 1) I/ Card 2/4 Tho influew@- of asymmetry k - 1)9 2 @ q 2 7k- -+I S/105/61/000/012/006/006 9194/E455 where It the positive phase sequence torque, 02 -- the negative phase Se6-nce torque, k - an asymmetry factor. On the basis of the above equations, characteristic curves may be drawn and from examination of them the following conclusions are drawn: the reduction in the magnitude of the positive phase sequave torque that results from asymmetry has a much greate-r effert on the resultant starting torque than has the setting up of a negative phase sequence torque; and even with a considerablt asymmetry factor, the asymmetry of currents and voltages is tot grr-at. It is also concluded that if an inductance is connected In one stator phase of a miniature motor, the speed in the working range of slip is lower and the mechanical characteristics are bAtter than when the inductance is distributed uniformly betwoi@r- the three phases, It is accordingly recommended to use a satulat-ing :hoke in one phase only of the stator circuit of sma"".1. indur.tion motors for speed control. There are 6 figures and Card 3/4 The Influence of asymmetry ..- I So-ii,@f -t-L-: rf:-ferewe ASSOCIATION Kazanskiy aviatsiornyy (Kazan Av,.ation 'Lnotitute) @ J. U b i - I .ri I -'. I'D i @ - I Y @/ . I C@4 ", 11 S/105/61/000/012/006/006 E194/F,455 Y.-O Ca--d 4/4 @;TOLQV, L.I., karvi.t"khn.azuk, (Kazan ! P--vblo:a corwerning tho determination of the equimlent parameters of a small asynchronous motor, ElektricheatYo no.5:67--89 My 162. (MIRA 1515) (Electric motors$ Induction) (Equivalent eiraults) STOLOV, L.I., Ootz(.rt (raz&%3 ) Calculation of transient processes of a 3nAll a3-..-rc1.rcnous motor. L'loktrici-ostvo no.8:76-81 Ag 162. ORMA 15:7) (Bloctric motors, Induction) @.!TAIZA:" Stefan LUM;@OXV, Mu.0 Irof., rotvon,-.,@nt; OTOLOVj Lels r@ots., rot,'onf-rit; ATAUMV, G.I., red.; '.1 - dots., red.; FAIDKIN, L.M.,, tekhn. red. [Thoorotical principles of electrical enginooring in three jarts) Tooreticheskio oanovy elektrotekhniki (v trokh C"motlakh). Yozkva, Gosenergoizdat. Pt.3. [Electromagnetic riold) Elaktrovqgiltnoe pole. 1963. 110 P. (YT.A 16:12) (ElectrIc enrinoering) (El,ic tromhi7v.- tic flelds) STOLOV, L.I.,,kand.takhn.nauk, dotoont Thermal design of electrical ciro#uits with variable resistance. Izve vya* ucheb, zav*; energ. 6 no.4:22-28 Ap 163. (KIRA 16SO 1. Kazanskiy aviatsionnyy institut. Predstaylena kafedroy elektrotekhniki i elektr1cheskikh mashine (Electric motors) (Electric networks) 4, L 5129-63 LrWT(1)/ZWT(m) JD ACCESSION NR: AT4047558 8/2529/63/000/076/0003/0014 AUMIOR TITLE: The dynamic mechanical characceristics of a low-power asynchronous motor SOURCE: Kazan. AvIatnIonny*y institut. Trt**, no. 75, 1963. AvIabdontrj*ye pribory* I avtomaty* (Aaronautioal inat%-uments and automatic, equipment), 3-14 TOPIC TAGS: asynchronoua motor, low po!nr motor, Kirchhoff law, Ifaimboltz Thevenin-1 theorem, braking moment ABSTRACT: no author notes that In the investigation of the electromechanical tranSI40at modem of an asynchronous machine, three differential equations must be Jointly considero4 Two 4 "me represent Kirchhoff's law for transient processes In 0*3 stator and rotor circuits, while the third is the equation for the dynamics of the drivo. it is hidicated Otat lf an equa#Jon system of this type, with variable atigular velocity in tho rotAtUon of the rotor w, can be solved by the method of consecutive intervals (with the continuous changes re- 14 placed by step-wise changes and assuming that In each Umo Interval W, ccust. and the Initial conditiorLe are non-zero). but that this technique ontalls cumbersome computatioas. Another approach to presented in this article. Kirchhoff's law for the utator circmit is represented in the lAplaoe form. The rotor circuit to raplaood by an immobile circuit, 1/3 L 15129-65 ACCESSION NR: AT4047558 moving from the natural coordinate axes of the rotor to the .4tator axes. Stator and rotor windings, as -well as the feed voltage system, are considered balanced, and no allowance is mado for tipper harmonico. The author notes that In low-power motors the relative values of the active rool8fancos of Ujo sLator circuit, and occasionally of the rotor circuit, ,are extremely large. In comparison, tho corresponding twattering InducLances are smill and the rapidly attenuating free current components disappear in the courso of negligibly small time intervals. For this reason, in his construction of tile dynatnic, mechanical characteristics of the low-power motor, the author investigates the character of the fading of the free currents and flows by means of a transient mode d1i5phicement Arrangement, urith the scattering inductances disregarded. The Helmholtz -Thevenin theorem is used. The displacement theorem employed was borro%ved from the work of Yo. Ya. Kazoveldy (Ns-kotory*yo voprosy* porckhodny*kh protsessuv v mashi-nakh peremennogo toka. GEI, 1953). no author develops the static, dynamic and mechanical cha racto ri sues of a low- power asynchronous engine, as %-ell as tivo, Initial braking mot iont as a f-enction of the rotational velocity of the rotor, and presents these parameters in graph form. An example is given in the article and a technique is briefly outlined whereby the resultant character- istics can be further refined. Orig. art. has: 6 figures and 16 formulae. 2/3 Card TF NR.- AT404TIM ACCEMON SUBIRTUDS 0100t6l:,- OP -sov: Card 3/3 L r)7 @, 1 - 6FWT ( d I po-4/pl-1, 7 J, C il ACACESSION PH: AP5005792 3/01144/614/000/309/1082/.1087 AM, OR: Stoloy, L, I TITLE.- rMculation -OrM characteristics of a tvo-phane &sync iryrKous inicrowto -.1th asyn tric distribution of the pbaaes of the stator vinding rkURCE: IVUZ. Elektromekh&nika, no. 9, 1904; 1062-1087 TUPIC TAGS: electric motor,minialmrp electric equilmnt, electric rotatir4 eq,tilpmnt paxt Abstract: In general, the discussion of the motion of a two-phase asynchronous- micromotor with an asymmetric stator circuit may be carried out by resolving. !the pulsating mmE of each phase into rotating mmf's. often, the above mentioned asymmetry of the stator circuit causes a apacially asyrmatric distribution of the phases of the stator winding, The author shows that the spatial asymmetry of the phases may be reduced to an aaym=etry of the resis- tances of the stator circuit phases and presents an appropriate method for the calculation of the micromotor characteristics using the conventional asymme-try coefficients of the equivalent circuit resistaneas. 0 r g. @ I art. has: 2 figures, 7 formulas, I graph. AS,90d'IATION; none SUBMTTED: OlFeb64 ENCL: 00 UM M: ER NO IM' SOV: 003 OTM : Ow JPRS Card 1/1 AI'AbKKOV, V.1u., i *t)!'., ret"ut"w1A.; STOW% , L. I.,, (.4o 11:. , retsenzent; ALTA, I.V. , red. (Theoretical principle3 of electrical engineering !m three parts] Toorotichaskie ocnovy elektrotekhniki v trekh cha- stiakh. Po3kvn, Izd-vo "Energiia." Pt.l. [Linear electrica- networks] Llneinye elektrlcheBkie tsepi. 2. izd., perer. i duj@@. 1964. 310 P, WIRA 17s6) STCAL.V, L.141., kand. t-ok"In. muk, dotsent Pulsations In flux linkage, speed or Its rotationg and to.rqua in asynchronous micrmotors. Elektricheatvo no.11: 30-32 N 165. (14 BA 18: 11 ) 1. Fazanakly aviatsionnyy institut. M ANDREYEV, V.Ye., inzh.; MITROFANIN, B.H., lnzh.; STOLM 'I.A., inzh.; RYNOV, N.M.,, inzh.; KHZMTAN, D.M., kand. tek@. nauk Burning of nattiral gas in thin jets In boilers with impact mills. Teploenergetika 10 no.11:28-32 N 163. (HIRA 1711) 1. Upravlaniya energeticheskoy prcoVehlennosti Soveta, narod- nogo khozyaystva BSSR i Moskovskiy snergeticheskly Institut. nzh @@'j'ojmvrl' M.A., ,)In c;tttbjjjty end rfficlency ill IArldfIR Ill F Increase in Flok, oTA. 34 0 li,3- Om I RA 16,1 ANDAYU, V.Ye., inzv.; MIT!WFLNOV, L;.M., inzh.; RYKOV, N.M., In--h..- @7@LIJV, !I,A,, inzh.; KHZ.4ALIAN, D,M., karki, tekhns nauk Joint kniming of milled peat anct nntural gas An thin jets In boilers with hfunmer mi'lla. E3ek, sts. 35 no,9:17--22 3 164, (MIRA 18d) -I -r -_ - '-p - i _-, I t, , .,I HOUSTEEK, J.. prof* Dr; HLUSKOVA. Zdanka, Dr; STOLOYA, 0., Dr; Wellnerova, M. . - 1. .1- Pneumonia in th,) Prague region during 1952 and during the first half of 1953. Pediat. listy, Praha 9 no.4:202-204 June-Aug 54. (PNMONIA, In infant and child, in Czech.) STOLOVA, 0., MUDr., kr4LJ&kA detska lakarka M - MZ Praha; WIMMITA, N. ""-'MJbr& detska sestra M - UZZ Praha C&ueas of lnf&nt mortality to the Pr&M region during 1952 and 1953. Pedtat. 11sty, Prah& 9 no.6049-352 Doe 54. (IMPANT mortale statist, & "uses In Czech.) (VITAL STATISTICS Inf. mortal. in Cssah.) STOLOVA, Olra. WMT, jprl@,dn. 71. c4b. mintat. x1ravoln. none Aix& of Czechoslovak pedimrics In 1955. Caskepedlat. 10 1-3 Feb 55* (FIDIATRICS In Czech., also) KUBAT. Doc.. Dr.-. STOIDTA. Dr. -'. @i @ ?on years of Czechoslovak pediatrics. Cook. pediat. 10 no.3: 128-131 June 55. (PIDIATRICS, history In Czech.) STMMA. Olga, Mr. . Results of child volfart miativitles In 1955 and tainks is 1956. Cook. podist. 11 40-9-3:82409 mar 56. 1. Tedowi o4borit ZD alsistorstva sdravotaletwi. (CHIJ& VWA= In Cafth.) HOUSTXX, J., prof. dr.; RMUMMA, D., dr.; STOLOFA, 0.. dr.; WXLKOMA. M. Child mortality at the age of one to three In the Prague district In 1953. Cask.podiat. 11 no.2-3:106-109 Mar 56. (VITAL STATISTIC$ child mortal In Czech., PrMue district) STILOVA, 0.; MAT, K.. Doc. Analysis of current status of chili care to Czechoslovakia and Its main task@ In 1957. Cook. pediat. 12 nc.1:1-12 Jan 57. 1. Prednosta odboru zono a dite. (for Stolova). Hlaval odboralk pro peci o dits. (for lubat). Kinisterstvo idravotnictyl, Praha. (CHILD Wj9L1rAR1 in Czech. (Cs)) STIOWVA, 0., Dr.. MART111AKOVA, A. Analysis of school health service In 1955-1956 and its task@ in 1957. Cmsk. pediat. 12 no.1:75-79 Jan 57. 1. Hinisterstyo sdravotnietvi, odbor pace o senu a dits, Pruha. (SCHOOLS nod. an" . In Czech. (Cs)) STOIOVA, OIxR; KWAT. Kamil Unified hospital in pediatrics. Cook@ pediat. 12 no,9000-804 5 Sept 57. 1. Ministerstvo sdravotnict. Pftha, odbor Som-dito. (HOSPITAIS pediatric (Cs)) STOLOVA, Olga, HUDr. ----"@@Problems of pediatrics in Russia. Cesk. pedlat. 12 noolls1040-1045 5 Nov 57. 1. Vedoual odbom min. z&avotnictyl, Proba. (PIDIATRICS in Russia, problems (Cs)) STOLOIIA, Olga - ,Various pediatric probloms in lWasia. Cook. pedl&t. 12 no.12sllll-UI7 5 Doe 37.- 1, Vedouci odboru min. zdravotnictvi, Praha, (P3DIATRIM in Iblas in (Gz)) ST01OVA Olga,,,,KUDr. School health service an4 Its task# In the year 1958. Cook. sdmvot. 6 no.2:73-76 gar 58. 1. Voduci odboru ministerstis z&avotnietvi, (SCHOOL Hu its In Csoch., plang for 1938 (Cs)) STOIDVA, 01.:n. MUDr. hospital and child cars. Cook. sdravot. 6 no.6:285-289 June 58. 1. Vedoucl odboru mintateretva sdravotalotwi, ()IMPITALS, pediatric serv. In unified hoop, (0)) (PULATHICSO same) STOLOVA, 01f:,n, MUDr.; MARTIW.UIA, Anna School health service in the school year 1956-1957 and the tasks for the year 1958. Cesk. pedlat. 13 no.1:64-67 5 June 58. 1. Odbor Pace o so= a dite ministerstva sdravotnietyl, Praha. 0. S.# Prnhn 12, tr. Wilh, Plecka 98. (SCHOOL RUMN. in Czech. (0s)) STOIA)VA, 0. - -I @ - @ T 1957-58 & Results of the school health service for ths school year our future task*. Cook. pediat. 14 ho.2:101-108 5 Yeb 59. 1. 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