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AUTHOR, Lagonlkov, D. V.; Surinov, Yu. A.; Ruznotsov, 0. N.; Lebedev, V. 1.
ORG: none
TITLZ: Question of the psychological bases of individual physical traininj
'adicino hold in 1..bscov from
t4Wonferanco on Problem of Space N
SOURCZ: ',:jonf a rent.5 iya po problemam kosmichaskoy meditsiny, 1966. Problamy
kosnicheskoy mcditsiny. (Problems of space medicine); matori.aly konferentsli,
Moscow, 1966, 2154255
LOPIC ZkGS! cosmnonaut training, space psychology,,physlcal exercises Spaca
physiology, psychophysiology
ABSTRACT:
Individualization of the physical preparation program is one of the
best methods for developing the individual psychological qualities f
riecessary for good performance in spaceflight. Of course such individual
tailoring of physical training is impossible without analysis of the
~personality of each cosmonaut. On one hand, data obtained from
psychological studies is used by physical  education instructors to select
the most effective teaching methods. On the other hand, observation of
wcosmonaut behavior in the process of physical training is a valuable
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addition to the complete psychological picture. during physical training
e motional and volitional characteristics, demonstrated in the ability
o overcome difficulties, thoroughness of movements, psychomotor activity,.*
of motor coordination habits, and initiative, are identified.
With the use of exercises selected according to the degree of individual
"physical preparedness, (jump turns from unusual positions, complicated
jumps on the trampoline, and a variety of other exercises) it was
possible to identify other psychic characteristics: stamina, the capacity
for analytical thought, attentions, and mzmory.
The method of studying individual personality characteristics and
the method of developing psychologically valuable qualities by means of
.
hysical preparation was developed by the authors on the basis of experi
P
mental work by the leading athletic psychologists P. 1. Rudik, 0. A.
Chernikova, and T. 1. Gagayeva. Personality manifestations in work
;.Were considered on the basis of theories of B. M. Teplov and V. S.
IMerlin.
Complex study of personality (using the methods of teaching
psychology) during physical training permits substantiation of data
obtained during observation by means of laboratory experiments. Data
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Scientific and psychological grounding of individualized programs for
the physical training of spacecraft operators will enable researclors to un
cover and reinforce valuable psychological qualities in cosmonauts with
out fear of overtraining or breakdown.
f4. A. No. 22; ATD Roport 661167
SUB CODF: 06,05 SUBM DATEt Oomay66
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Separation of hydrocarbon ... B105/BIOI
selectivity and the dependence of these coefficients on the composition of ~01
the mixture, temperature, and pressure, thus enabling the calculation of v
the composition of the adsorbed phase for mixtures of arbitrary
composition. [Abstracter's note: Complete translation.]
TRIFONOVAP K.B.; SUAINOVA, SII...,
Separation of complex gas mixtures by a hypersorption process. Trudy
IGI 16063366 '61. (MM 16:7)
(GasesSeparation) (Adsorption)
BERING, D.P.; SERPINSKIY, V.V.; SURINOVA, S.I.
I ~
Preliminary computation of adsorption equilibrium paramoters
for the sywtem adsorbent  binary mixture of vapors. Dokl.
AN SSSR 153 no.1:129132 N 163. (MIRA 17:1)
1. Tnstitut fizicheakoy khimii AN SSSR. Pradstavleno akademi
kca.M.M. Dubininym.
:0
BERING, H.P.; SFRIIINSKlY, V.V.; SURVIOVA, S.I.
Adsorption of vapor mixtures an4 the structure of adsorbents. Daia.
AN SSSR 154 no.6:14171420 i~ 64. (MIRA l7t2)
1. Institut fizichaskoj khimii AN SSSR. Predstavlono akademikom M.M.
Dubininym.
BF.111,NGY B.P.; SE.,Yll,'SKIY, V.V.; SURINOVA, S.I.
Adsorption of vapor mixtures on .eolites. Izv. Ali SSSR Ser.
khim no.7:13091311 Jl 164. (MIRA 17:8)
1. Institu". fizicheskoy khimali All SSS;".
~A 4011 V
0 /OCV~,2/65/C)OO/CX)5/0769/()776'
T"'I'012079 SOLMICE C~DE: UR
7
T., DjOR: 2erin', B. P.;.Serpinskiy, V. V.; Surinova,, .5, 1..
A
Tns',J tute of Fliy3ical ChemistEy, __(~nstitut fiziche3koy khiraii AN SSSR)
_LN. q� SR
R~~Se3. Co=auLication 7. Joint adsorption of a
7 TT` E: A,IscTpt,on of a raixture of
birary mLcturso7o~f
AN 1:3,9R. Izvestiya. Scriya khimcheskaya, no. 5, 1965, 769776
10PIC TN",S: adsorption, diethyl ether, chloroform, gas adsorption
A F ~:, T F2, G T A method was developed for calculating the parameters of adoorpticx~
equilibrium of a binary mixture of vapors on an adsorbent within the framework
of the theory of volune fillinG of micropores (potential theory of adsorption).
The adoorption isotherms on activated charcoal were measured for diethyl ether
and Ior
at 50, 60, and 710, ethyl chloriddlat 50 and 710, chloroform at W
mixtures of ethyl chloride with diethyl ether at 50 and 600 and diethyl ether
with chloroform at 600. A Generalization of the DubiniiiPadushkevich equation
for the adsorption of an individual substance on adsorbents of the first struct
ural tYPO was proposed for the cumulative adsorption of the components of a
binary system of vapors. This equation was found to be a good approximation of
the experimental data. The generalization of the DubininRadushkevich equation,
in conjunction with the Lewis empirical equation, can be used for an approxi
mate calculation of the adsorption of each component of the aixture according to
the set lnrtial equilibrium.presouros of the components, if the phasediagram of
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volume solutiono of these substanceq is known. The differential heats of
adsorption of the components from the mixture were calculated for the ethyl
chloridediethyl ether system. Orig. art. has: .7 figures, 1 table, and
11 formulas. LJ1161
SUB CODE: 07 / SUBIX DATE, lOMay63 / ORIG REF: 008 / OTH REF: 003
C
SURICUOV. K.Te.
Code translator for autr"tioeenminication systems equipped
with Morse Rpparatus. Test.sviRsI 16 no.11:1114 N156.
(MIRA 10:1)
1e lopolnyayushchly ob7azannosti,insheners. RostovskogonaDonu
tnantrallnogo telegrRfa.
(RostovouDonTelegraph)
SURIS,A.D., nrkhItaktor
Increise the output of soundproofing materials for hospital con
struction. Gar.khoz.Mosk.29 no.9:8 S 155. (MLRA 8:12)
1. Spetalallnoya arkhitekturnokonstruktorskoye byuro
(Soundproofing)
  ~. ;. , ,  :~ 
zenticemln
z, ;rly .7,nifPstation nf sentic nrdnc~,rciitis ccmplicating mierperal. fever. Klin, =ed.
30 no. '11, 1',52.
9. :Nonthly Listo of,Wussion iccessions, Library of Coneress, AUr.'st 1952, In:CL.
SIMS, A. S.
Pathological anatorV of bronchial asthma. Klin. nod., Hoskys.
10 no3:"53 Mar 1952. (CLML 22:2)
1. Of the PathologicoAnatomic Division Imani A. I. Baranoy
(Scientific Supervisor  Prof. Ta. L. Rapoport). Pirst Moscow
!funicipal Clinical Hospital Im"ni Pirogor.
SURIS, A.S. (Moskva. A55. Tikhvinskiy per., d. 10/12, kv. 6)
Some unusual tumors of the ovaries; Br9nner's tunor and atruma oyarit.
Vop.onk. 1 no3:1519 155 (MIRA 10:1)
1. Is patologoanatemichaskogo otdolentya (zaveduyushchiy  prof.
Te.Ta. Gerteenberg) Gorodakoy klinicheskoy bollaitsy No.6 (glavnyy
vracb N.S.Sbevyakov)
(BMUMR TUNCR,
ovaries)
(TIRATONA,
ova rie s,
(OVA RIBS. enoplasse,
Brenner tumor & teratoma)
SMIS, A.S. (Hoakra, Ar,', Tlkhvla3kiy per., d. 10112, kv. 6)
Data cn the studr ef human pulmcnary adenomatisis. Vop.otk. 5
no.4:439448 159. Wn. A 12:12)
1. Im patolcgeanatomicheskogo otdoleniya (zav.  prof. Te.Ta. Oertsen
barg) Gorodskoy klinicheakoy bollnitsy No.6 (glavnyy vracb  N.S.
Shev7akov).
(LUNG N30FLASMS, case reports,
adenom (Rua))
XMIMG. G.V.. prof.;,SURIS. I.So; FRIDMAN, X.Te.
Clinical anatomical characteristics of Brenner tumor. Akush. t
gin 35 no.1:89PO JaF 159 (MIRA 12:2)
1. Is ginekologichaskogo (xav.  prof. GV. Idellberg) t patologo
an6omicheskogo (sav.  prof. Te.Ta. Gertsenberg) otdolenlya Gorod
skoy klinicheekoy bollnitsy Ho.6 (glavrj7 vrach H.S. Shervyakov) i
ankologicheskogo otdeleniya (zar.  kand.med.nauk S.L. Mints) Goro&,
skoy bolluitay NO36 (glavnyy vrach M.V. Xazangapova).
(BRELIM TUMM, came reports,
(Rue))
I
PYTELI, A.Ya.; GOLIGOIRSKIY, S.D.; VASIL' YEV,,V. V.; KUCHRfSKIYjI.N.; NISENBAUMj
L.I.; MWYUK, G.M.; BOGDAITOVICH, I.A.; FLISATT, S.O.; � 41~A
!~ _
Achievements of contemporary nephrology, Kidneys and ureters,
Urinary bladder. Urologila 28 no.3t8292 163 (MM 1732)
A j'j o
or tott".
1. i~atologoanatomicheskoye otdilenlyp_ (konsul'tant.
 I i A
ya.',. _~qprort, 7a:. A.S. airls) Gorodskoy klinIchekoy bollnitsy
s I
No.6 (gIavnyy vrach N.S. hewyakov). Submitted May 23, 1064.
11 .1 A
GORAPLIK, Karism Borisayna, insh.; IOM, Ernest Isaakovich, insh. g
SURIS, Xordko Arlyevich; STRIMNISKIT, I.Y., kand.tekhn.noIr,
red.; AYRUSIICE3NKO, R.A., red.isdye; SALAZKOT. N.P., tekhn.red.
[Protection of the gas network from eddy currents experience
of operating and planning organizations in Moscowi Zashchita
gazovykh setei ot bluzhdalushchikh tokov; opyt ekspluatatsionnykh
i proektuykh organizateii Koskry. Noskya. Izdvo Xva kommun.khoz.
RSFSR. 1959. 140 P. (MIRA 13:2)
(Blectric currents, Iddy) (Gas pipesCorrosion)
, I  'SURIS, IA~A.
I OFFL I i, ~  JL   
h1pro'red electric d,alrage plotection against ed6y currents.
Dbor. nauch. rab. AMi nc~2. `4 80 !W (111RA 15: 5)
(Electri. raircedaCurrent supply)
LEVIN, VJI.; S"JIUS, M.A.; "I'AillIZ14106CY, M.V.
Effective u3e of reinforced eloictric draln3. Gaz.delo no.1:1722
164. (MIRA 17t4)
1. Akademlyn komnunqllnogo khozyaystva Im. K.D.Pamfilova, g. Moskva.
Eng,,eerina =ethod f,), calcuiating the corrcsion danger for
underground rqtai plp?lines whom they are intersected Irf the
i,ailrna, ri . d . ro.511E2216'
' 1 net Is nz elo ~ 4
(KFiVi 1717)
SURIS. F.L., inzh.; KOLODOGHKO, S.A., inzh.
Testing of an atmospheric turbine safety valve. Inergetik
8 no. 12417 D 160. (MMA 13:12)
(Steam turbinesSafetv applianeas)
SURISP P.L., inzh,; SINLIK, L.R., inzb,
Heat transfer coefficient of an oil coolerwith transverse flow
about a clu,.a. of pipes. Energomaohinostroenis 7 no.6t4446
Je 161. (MIRA, 14:7)
(Oil coolers)
,14
inzdi.
Permisailble parallel operation of 253 turbines according to
industrial choice. Elek.sta. 32 T:.804 Ae 161. (.MA 14:10)
(Steam turbines)
S /262/62j000/0 1 2j003,,'0 13
1007,11207
AUTHOR: Suris, P. L.
TITLE: How to reduce mechanical losses in turbine bearings
PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, otdel'nyy vypusk, 42. Silovyye ustanovki, no. 12, 1962, 29, abstract
42.12.170. "Electr. stantsii", no. 2, 1962, 8687
TEXT: By maintaining the average oil temperature in turbine bearings close to the limiting value (ap
proximately 50'C), mechanical losses in turbine sets of 25 to WO MW may be reduced by at least 50130 K%V.
For this end the author suggests to maintain the oil temperature during autumn, winter and spring within
the same temperature limits as provided for lubrication during the summer season.
[Abr.tracter's note: Complete translation.]
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Characteristics of stationary turbine oil coolers.
Snergcgashinoatroenie 8 no.5:3940 My 162. (MEU 15:5)
(TurbineaCooling)
SURIS, P.L., inzh,
Concerning a certain reserve for decreasing the rechanical losses
In turbopenerator bearings. Elek.sta. 33 no.2:8687 F 162.
(MMA 150)
(Turbostenerators)
BUZIN D.P.0 inzh.; LIMETSM, V.N., inzh.; SURIS, L.v inzh.
J, J1  I
Hydraulic resistance of KOS type lift check valves.
Energomashinostroenle 10 no.2:3335 F 164. (MM 17:6)
SUIUS, F.L., Inzh.
Effect or idle oil cir;!ulation on the performance of an oil
cooler. Energomashinostroenie 11 no.l.4748 A 165.
(MIRA 18:4)
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AUTHOR: Suris, R. A.
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TITLEt Theory of systems of interLcting Fermi particles
PERIODICAL Fizika tverdogo telat v. 3, no. 61 1361, 1795 .1807
TEXT: A study has been made of a system of interacting Fermi pdrticle3.
(sDin 1/2) using the Green.temperature functions and taking the spin
properties at the various temperatures into a'ccount. The usual assumption
of the average spin'vAlftishing with the existerilde of an outer magnetic field
is not justified in all temperature and density inte.rvals. On.the one"
hand the exchange interaction in 'the system of mutually repelling Fermi
particles favors a parallel orientation of the spins, while on the other
hand, there is always "he Fermi tendency toward an antiparallel orientation.:
The exchange interaction may prevail under certain conditions, and the
averaged spins may differ from zero (this is the case, e.g., in ferromagne
tic substances). It is assumed here that s / 0. The phase transformation
copanying, the transition from one state with 9  0 into one with a ~ 0
c I
a
is con3idered. The Eamiltonian of such a system with binary interaction is
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Theory of systems of interacting... B102/B201
given by
dldX,~* (K) Ho Xj (XI
4 j dX,dk,dX' Idk',' (k) (k" k,V
Where denote theFermi operators of production and annihilation
in Eeislenbe~g representation,IA1 is the tot,1 set of Aynamic variables,
V is the potential of binary ~nt*eraction, and H 0 (p'/2m),4, being the
chemical Dotential. The Green function then reads:
G
c t A i < T
1;'2't2 ()_2 t2)
The index c indicates here and in what followd that Green functionsof other
kinds do not appear.' Thus one obtains for the first particle densitY m'a'trix
itimg(3z,f,; R'to=ilim Sp.G(Itifl; 2jf2)=p(Rj!Rj 0,6)
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Theory of systeTs of interactin~~ 3102/B201
and "or the first spin d~nsity matrix
,V i lim Sp,,IG (Ilt': 221,) (.lt,, Q (1.7)
i 11M A~J
By
G. (X., iG N, t,; X1. 11 0) G (13, X,. 10
iG N, ti; X1, ti 0) G (12, ti; KI, tt). (11, 2~
one finally obtains
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Theory'of systems of interacting... B102/B201
it' 2,
"I vi
S1 S,
A's V (V, Sp.G 1,: C t, 0)] G (t,, 11; it,, Ij
G (2,, 11; 2;, t, 0) C (It,, t" 2210) to & (11  to. (11, 3~
The real part of the Green function G(:T:7*,E), whiL~h fulfills relation
E p v (0) n 4j v e+1WO 0 X
2M
d IdE'
G (P, E)
e
where n N/a is found to be
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Re G E)
2 ~E94.(p) E S(P)
(P) nv (0) x
X v(p PI (n (p) ::t (p)
d~
ep
p') 5 w)
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Theory of 'syst~,:n~, n q r a c tri
can thus be transformed,,! to
4 4
n n
v
The recresentation
n n, m 4 (0)
2
W) W)
2
of (II. 8) is then further exnmined nnd is first rendered in the form
Zt 1
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Theory of systems of interacting...
is obtained, inter klia, as equation for "he trnsiticn "emperaturo, and
an estimation yields
X. = If (0) 1 A. (P)
(2r)31
VO dn 1 = 0
2
These relations lescribe by approximation the curve of the phase
equilibrium on the (n,T) plane and determine the transition from a state
with s  0 into one with a 0. The average spin near the phase tradsi
'ion point "k0 is given by
t
s 21 ct A. (P). C
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B102/B138
AUTHORS: BonchBruyevich, V. L., and Suris, R. A.
TITLE: Some peculiarities of current carriers in erromagnetics
PERIODICAL: Fi.ika tverdogo tela, v. 4, no. 2, 1962, 309316
TUT: The energy spectrum of the carriers in ferromagnetics is studied'
theoretically without any modal assumptions. In particular, the inter
acting electrons are not divided into magnetic and conduction ones, no
individual s and dtype wave functions are introduced and spontaneous
magnetizatien is considered semiphenomenological. The carriers are
taken to be quaciparticles of equal charge, characterized by their quasi
momentum and unit charge. The physical content of a multielectron system
depends on the case considered. The energy spectrum of the carriers is
determined by the singularities of the singlefermion Green function, G,
electron interaction is described by a quantized Bone field, characterized
by the electromagnetic Green function D
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B102XB138
M = iet 7'Gr'D.,
PIM = ie'J'Spur ~GrG,
where F beA is the total vertex part. Under these assumptions,
X e? 4 e?, *Tj tL t
p A  A, A2) ?31 X
M C
X I(a, p A' A; A;) (12)
C C C
is derived for the effective Hamiltonian of the system, with
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Som~, peculLarities of current... B102,,B138
%herk is tKe r:inrleparticle wave function
Ce (PI, f eAt) MC2  Al 0. (4)
C
kk k! k
Spur hi h"k
k
k
11 12).
1.! 21 22 and 1?2 are twocomponent spinor3;
+ :,T, n .  t A A + 1 BB A  ey + M
2 ~c 210 /C),y 1, C, pa c Ux 2m 11
B c7 TR +12 /c; ~  scalar potential. Spur denotes the spatial trace
of a. fourthrank matrix, Sp the trace with respect to spin indices. In
the folloxini:, the effective magnetic field is determined for a cubic
lattice (Dkl(xl"2) f7k D(xl 'x2))' with the effective Hamiltonian
71) t, (P  e A A,)
2n& C
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Somr., peculiarltia~7, of current... B102,/B138
where G ae, is the proper Green function, satisfying
r2G,,(x,x')=4 as 8(x' (23).
 .2 d'.d"O X) ..
L. E. Gurevich is thanked for discussions. There are 6 Soviet references.
ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet im. M. V. Lomonosova
(Moscow State University imeni It. V. Lomonosov)
SUBMITIED: July 3, 1961
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Application of functional methods... B125/B104
and from The operator formulas for the energy of the alloy and for the
external field rIf. 1CfJ2 and jCf12 are the probabilities that atoms of type
P* holds
I and type II, respectively,, are found at the site f. ZW  Sp e
for the statistical sum whTre E  (~191 ~), and  , 'D is the reciprocal temperature, and Cfis the
Occupation number of by akoms of type II. From (27) one obtains
S. (A A I So (f, I A) ... #P(fl A)  1, (2.13)
Pg N V Vf) fL + S~ V 1 0). (214)
As a result of interaction, the argument 'q is replaced by the operator A
in the distribution function of the system without interaotion. With 2e*F
the equ3tion
Sw
(2.15)
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Application of functional methods... B1251/B104
for free energy follows from (27) and its special case where g  0; Here,
.0 . _(1/j*.))7. ln2ch(~u +~,) is the free energy without interaction. The
f
expression following from (27) for entropy fully agrees with that ob
tained by combination alone. The distribution function
r, , I
,1 4 so u1, f.1 PIh
S. (A All) (4, 17)
With F, v(/, In cb Op X
2 ~.0 i
Af,
X V (4,18)
h__
.ror the free energy of the nth state is obtained for the asymptotic
behavior of b4nary alloys at '~Ig~,oo (approximation of strong coupling).
The present r;sults are applicable to any system that can be described by
!sing's model and also to multicomponent alloys. V. L. BonchBruyevich is
thanked for his interest and advice. The Englishlanguage reference isi
P. C. 11,artin, J. Schwinger, Phys. Rev., 115, 1342, 1959.
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Application of functional methods,
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B125/B104
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BONCIIDRMVICH, V.L.; SURIS, R A.
Some characteristics 0 'IcurTent couTierv in ferromagnatico. Fis.
tver.tela 4 no,2: ;O~16 F 162. (MIRA 15:2)
1. Moskovskiy gosudarstennyy univer4tet imeni Lomonosova.
(Ferromagnetism)
8/181 62/004/012/017/052
B104 B102
AUTHORS: Maleyev, S. V., Barlyakhtar, V. G., and Surist R. A.
TITLE: The scattering of slow neutrons from complex magnetic
structures
PERIODICAL: Fizika tverdogo tela, va 4j no. 12p 1962p 34613470
TEXT: The elastic scattering of slow polarized neutrons is investigated
for magnetic substances in which the orientation of the atomic spine
changes periodically from one atom to the other (e.g. Dy, Er and others)..
The period of these changes depends on the lattice constant and on
temperature. Starting from the reprosentation.of*the neutron scattering
amplitude as given by 0. Halpern and M. Jonson (Phys, Hevj 55P 898P 1939)p
the equations
(15)
P( (q) = 2 (L,P.) L, # 2 (N,P,) M, F, (Lis * M~, w 2 [L,. Mj]
V,  Af, t Me LL^j (16)
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The scattering of slow neutrons ... B104/B102
are obtained for the scattering cross section and for the polarization of
the scattered neutrons. Here is the momentum tran ferrod to the arystal
by the neutron, Z is the wave vector of the neutron$ Re and
IT,
IM is the spin of a magnetic atom,
N.,
4 ev Sch
SI scisci ' Ns' 111 (6),
is the unit vector in the direction < > . From (16) it follows
that the scattered neutrons are polarized along the veotor
if the incident neutrons are unpQlarized, For determining the vectors
a and "a', the vectors L and must be known for two different
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The scattering of slow neutrons ... B104/B102
reflections, whereby the angle between the two vectors .0 *01 must
0 _% = qq
not be small. The determination of the vectors 1, 1 and Mi for a fixed
reflection is discussed. Finally, the scattering from the following
structures are discussed: (1) Simple umbrella s1ructure; (2) modulated
umbrella structure; (3) umbralla structure with.'revolution; (4) slanted
fence; (5) linear spin wave.
ASSOCIATION: Fizikotekhnicheskiy institut im. A. P. Joffe AN SSSR,
Leningrad (Physicotechnical Institute imeni A. F. Joffe
AS USSR, Leningrad)
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AUTHOR: Suris, R. A.,
TITLE: Concerning phase transitlons in one model system
SOURCE: Zburnal eksperimental'noy i teoreticheekoy fiziki, v. 47,
no. 4, 1964, 14271436
TOPIC TAGS: phase transition, statistical thermodynamics, model
theory
ABSTRACT: In view of the lack of a rigorous microscopic theory of
phase transitions, the author investigated one model system which
can be accurately calculated, and in which a phase tran5ition takes
place; this phase transition has all the assumed characteristic fea
tures of phase transitions of real systems. This investigation is
the analog of Onsaqer's exact solution of the problem of the phase
transition in a twodimensional Ising model. 7he system specifically
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considered is a multicomponent classical nonlinearfield that de
pends on one spatial coordinate. In the particular case of a two
component field, this model describes the properties of a strinq
i ~ e d p ()!~ I, ',, an external potential The thermodynamic character
~.7,,_Ics of this system are evaluated and it is shown that at a cer
(detnrmiried b,Y the character of the nonlinear term)
a ph;tse transition The determination of the
thi 9 sy9t em tu rns f,,jt to be eq,iv a.' ent to
.ne PrOLle,,t me jep.,ndence of the eigenvalues of the Schrodinger
V'erator r, rho ~:Ouplinq constant, the role of which is assumed by
The correlation function of
e ;q,;are of the temperature.
the system is determined and it is shown that at the phade transition
Pnint the characteristic correlation 6nath of the fluctuation is in
conclusion, the author anks V. L. BonchBruyevich for
1.,st7,ission of the work. "~O rig. ar" . has: 2 figures and
34 formaulas.
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Phase transitions in a certain model system. Zhur. eksp. i ieor.
fiz. 47 no.4:Y,2714.36 0 164. (MIRA 18:1)
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AUTHOR: logan, Sh. M.; Suris, R. A.
ORG: Institute of Radio Technology and 'E.1ectronjes.AN SS~R (Institut
radiotekhn.'Lki i elektroniki AN SSSR
TITLE: Resonance Interaction between impuritycenter electrons and
lattice oscillations
SOURCE: Zh eksper i teor fiz, v. 50, no. 5, 1966, 12791284
TOPIC TAGS: impurity center, resonance interactionp,phonon, absorpti
spectrum., lezzrxleolv F
ABSTRACT: It has been shown that the interaction between the electron
of an impurity center and optical oscillations in semiconductors may
lead to the appearance of local optical oscillations. To separate
the optical frequency, the transition energy of the electron from the
ground state to an excited one must be close to the phonon energy*
Opticalabsorption by an impurity center has been investigated for suc
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a resonance interaction. It has been shown that the appearance of
local optical oscillation corresponds to the appearance of an addition 1:~
line in the optical absorption spectrum. Ori art has: 2 figures
and 33 formulas. [Based on authors' abstracti, [NT]
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A. F. G" zji,107 L. A.
YE. 'i.; SAIY..', A.
A. G. D.
"Sanitary laLor conditions in the electrolytic shops of
alwnlnm plants an the essential heal thprotection measures."
report submitted at the 13th A1.1Union Congress of Hygienists, Epideidologists
aryl laf'ectiani3ts, 1959.
SURIYA, NCh.
 Clini(vil wthod to peychlatry. Zhurenevr. i polkh. 58 no.1:7285
'93. NIPA 11:2)
1. Kofodre polkhtstril (sav.  prof. G.R.Gargri."ve) Lidookogo
universiteta (Aingliya)
(PSYCHIATRY,
clin.motbods Otus))
,.UjjC ology. N,11crobes, Pathogenic to Man F
A:,y 11.1crobi General Problems*
and Animals OlOglya, Nu 5, 1959, No. 19538
,Xbs Jour : Ref Zhur Bi
juthor ; Fegyeli, Z.;.Surjan, J.
0 Not given I~y of t".e
inst
: 7xperiments in Improving the Qual u
Title AntlErYsiPelaB Serum from Swine and the
Efficiency Of its Products
OrIS Pub : 11aguar allatorv. lapjaj 19569 11, No 7, 232236
,%bstract It was shown that' there Is no strict
parallelism between the virulence and
imr.unogonesia of the bacterial strain of
immunopniC strains
erysipelas in swine. In
ori3 the virulent as well as
are found am ns. But it is necessa~Y
the nonvirulent s""rai
to determine tho degree of virulence, because
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ind Animals. General P,,oblems. F
1VDc Jour Rof Zhur  B1010glya, NO 5, 1959, No. 1953.8
virulent strains adapt themselves to hyper
Immunization, but preliminary immunization
Is better to conduct with nonvirulent
strains. The strains A and B are equally
suitable for Immunization. it Is necessary
to avoid allerSizing strains belongln3
more often to type A. Nonvirulont, well
Iamunizable strains belong to type B. An
economical method for obtaining the serum
from swine has been developed.  F. Gati
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1 Ast, AcVa Va~erj=ria tcademias 641atiarum Hungari
Budap
Vo hO ~>P II)bdds PP d,>>e*O*
meats conducted in 1958 that Lt Qsaicola is capable of dama
ging or killing advanced fetuses and susceptible newborn
of the sow sines her placenta is of Opitheliochorial struo
turq. IlectroptLoretic patterns demonstrate the immunity a
gin L ' __ ola imparted to Us newbo= piglet in the
c lo:'tx,!;. "[Anolto' of about two dozen references are Hungarl"D.
KOJNCK' J.; suiuill, j0
Studies on the colostral iminity of pigs in the cases of
the Aujeszkyis diseaae. Acta veter Hung 13 no.2:1U118
163.
1. Laboratories of the "Phylaxian State Serum Institute
(Director: J. Molnar), Budapest.
.day ..f.ollowinghypcri,,mniz ',A ana
iatec; w,L'r. an
renZ!y, LhC synthesis of the antibody was not assoc L ng I German,
in any particular serum protein fraction. 6 references, includi
1 Western, and 4 Hungarian. (Manuscript received 25 Apr 1965).
ill
SWAN, L.
The specific treatment of ozaena. Mw. sebesset 5 no. 1:6163
Mar 1952. (CLML 22:4)
1. Doctor. 2. lose, 1kr, wA Throat Clinic (Director  Prof.
Dr. Tibor German). Budapest Medical Universizy.
SURJ,kN, Lasslone; RICHM, Peter; RZTHT, LaJos
purification of tetanus azatoxin vith trichlormeette acid method.
Kiserlstes orwostud. 6 no.4:331335 JUIT 54
1. Pbylaxia Allami Oltoanyagtormalo Inteset.
(T3TANUS
anatoxin, purification with trichloracetic acid)
(TRICHLOAGNTIC ACrD
purification of tetanus antoxin)
SWAN, laszlo, dr.
Treatment of rhinovelaroma with purified vaccine adsorbate. Orr.
hatil. 95 no.51:14021403 19 Doc 54.
1. A Budapesti Oryostudomanyl 31gyetau Fulorrgogsklinikajanak
(Igazgato: Varga Ord& dx. egyat. tanar) koslemanye.
(RHINOSCLIIROKA, %her.
Yacc.)
jMLJAN, Laszlo.
Sugar determination by paper lontophoresis. liserletes oryostud.
7 no.6:654657 Nov 55.
1. Budapesti Orvosegyetew Orr Goge on Tulklinikaja.
(CARBOHYDRATIS, detern.
sugars in polyuccharides by paper iontophoresis, tochnic
(Hun))
(POLYSA(;CRARTDU
detern. of sugars by paper iontophoresis (Elun))
KORT, Kalman, dr.; SURJAN, Laszlo, dr.
qNsistseaAkIg"tW
Kyoclonus of the soft palate with objective t1nultuse
Orv. hatil. 96 no.17:473474 24 Apr 55.
1. A Budapestl Orvostudom&nyl Ideg es llmeklinikajanak
(Igaxgato.i Nytro, 07ula dr. east. tanar) as Orrful
gageklinikajanak (igasgato: Varga, Oyula dr. %7et. tanar)
kozlemenye.
WOCLOMUSO
palate, with objective tianitus.)
(PALATE. diseases,
myoclonus with objective tinnitus.)
(TIMTUS,
objective. with myoclorms of soft palate.)
1082. SURJAN L. Otorhinolaryngol. Clin., Budapest Univ. * P a p e r e 1 e c t r o 
in otolaryngological investigations ACTAOTO
LARYNG. (Stockh.) 1956, 4616 (54254G) Graphs I Tables 4
The protein composition of the blood serum in 80 patients with ear, nose and
throat diseases was examined with paper electrophoresis, in an apparatus con
structed at the clinic. The results were compared with those of 20 normalpersons.
I'leronal buffer solution was used (ionic strength  0.05 and pli 8.G). The time of
the separation of protein fractions was G hr. in cases of peritonsillar abscess,
furuncle of the nose and abscess of the larynx. the most conspicuous fact is the
considerable increase of tglobulin. In cases of maxillary sinusitis and nasal
polyps there was a slight growth of the a, and 9globulins, and a moderate in
crease of the fglobulin. Acute otitis media and mastoiditis are accompanied by
a strong ~, globulin increase. At the beginning oi meningitis the growth of a2 
globulin is strong and that of 0 and yglobulins is moderate. Parallel with the
healing the normal protein composition will gradually reappear. In cancer of the
larynx a medium increase of a, and 0globulins was observed, in recrudescent
turnours fglobulin will increase. Electrophoresis shows the qualitative structure
of the blood serum. In the field of otolaryngology it constitutes a valuable help
for practical and experimental work alike.
SURJAN~
Alleviation of deteriorated hearing caused by chronic otitin media;
tyinanonlasty. Fal orr ~e,egyogy 4 no.2:6469 June 58.
1. Az Orv(istovFLbbkerpzo Intezet Palorrgegeosztalyanak (Osz%nlyvezeto:
Surjan IA9%lo dr.) kozlemenye.
(OmITIS MEDIA, surg.
tym,panoalasty, technics & results (Hun))
SURTAN) Iaszlo, dr.
Organization and taelts of audiologic stations. Nopegeezzagugy 42 no5~
150152 My 161.
1. Kazlemeny az Oryosto"bbkepzo Intezet ful,, orr,gogevzati
osztalyarol.
(MARING)
'I' URJA N ILas z1one , (Ir. ; Pi'll I G,i hornj, ti r.
Micrcmthod for detection of prot,*.'r.I4.rv nt;~:I'qnCcl
(toxcids, hormones, antibiotics) and tYe!. Orv.
fletil.105 no.23.1r"311083 Je 7 164.
1. Crszagos Kozegeszsegugy&' Intexet.
NMGEF, Gabor, dr.; MERGES, 3aborne, dr.; dr.;
BUDAI, Jo~sef, dr.; CSAPO, Jozaef, dr.
A quick test for the indications for diphtheria antitoxin
in cliri al practice. Orv. hetil. 104 no. 51:24182423 22 D
163.
1. Fovarosi Laszlo Korhaz, I Gyermekofmtaly es Orszagos
Kozegeszse Fji Intezet, Oltovanyagellenorzo Osztaly.
FnIP1171F.ERIA AlTITOXIII) (DIPHTHERIA)
(TO.'ISILLITIS) (DIAOCCIS, DIFFERENTIAL)
(BAC TERI OLOGIC AL TECHNICS)
(HEMAGGLUTIITATIOIT INHIBITION TESTS)
inl 71j7=E7 Y.
A T:~n! c 11. 'Lin. lv;da ta:3 csokk~ntese
diitiv41 DL.,ninition o~' 'h? exc~~tlon )r penicillin by a ii~A im.o'i3lng tho sinthesi~ of
7" 77 al~ a
hirrulc ic` 1 Lpja 1947, 12) ( 2 5) T 15 5
By 3 liqt ,.Ich in vpretabl,~ 7.roteins, mainly outf7lake, a losting Increase in the hipruric
icl! synt'nesic of thr, or:,anism anA in the hJrrAric ac'M contant of U3 irine was
obtilr31. Ferizillin :~xcetion wis So delayed by the in;;reased hinruric acii level
th1t 15 IItO IS 31X L)UrZ, after Irtramunc il~tr ir'4ction of 6)0'000 b'.u., an effpctive
w,s still foun1 In th4 qerxr Althoih the seriz. level of penicillin
ioes n.)' Increige sub9ta ntl ally where there Is an increasel hippuric aciA content
of 113A uni irirv, th~ 31ower ccc,eti)n allows the mn~er of injection3 to be redace4.
In kidney the lellayel of pz~nllcillin seems to be parallel with the
enJ,,):Prnu,; hirparic ~cii synthesis, Bra=Baiapest (Sec. VP
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so C ling" Surlin. An.1 Grorg
IF Sakwy. 0",,i 1M.Lip $0,
1902091q). rye made on 19 P".,n,
WW received about lextimA) Units of jwniIiIlm daily [It
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Oliva (7.05) dhniniiW to A Wt no clianse coulIf tv 00
0 dbwnW in the Ptlyalm. The twtow or the frypon vAlurs,
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a !d. I , 
_~cstian of dij7_0xeria tox0id
i.1 ~nd 1'. It ic k' e r I I li:a. I mt. PrrA. Restarch 'xirbic t
tju~l 'TT
1"civin an't ITIrd for purinc.1ti'm of thl tcx(411
rat ~,cr t ha n thr tai in) iq ed for U r gescOr ti~,ri
l(N 1. per (1L.; in cm: 111) liz sharple,t rZT"rifug') With a
8n, vie. I, I mal .4 ;'~ I rity of ;"Y) t ~ N~~ if per miz. (.4 N , resn.
Th'~6'1'jid ',tA I'PtA. at 1,11 4 aA rIttrifug"i.
Tl~, C Iitzm time villied with Thai of the crude
the CCIIM. olAtfrill W23 dil. With (I.S57p
NaCl. 11. Puridcstion of tetAnus t~xcld. M. SLrjdn
p'Richcr. and 4. ael~.y. lf~S:; 3448: cf, Jlcrbs anti
Belhan, CA. 44, It) Uqcd; Arn:~urvux and Yeu, .4 gn. 011.
Tet!ki '64 Im
Pl:jlu,, 79, 91,41N 1), im tit , Ilattion on
fficd it' sinile
by
TrMor broth *;Ls ~pm,
acid at VII 3, mmItirkin a purity of 21000 Lf p~r mg. of N.
with a 67 to IN% yi4i. The purikvl tct,'=14 tm'41 ripti.
prepd. do nct scrisitize againit natilx vrums; thty rive rige
to ananticomic tittr Of 2 to 8 un;ti/ml. and ac IA;d to be suit
able for the P,)*n. Of CO"nbiled 0ntigMIL G, cormigh
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17YERGES,G.; ANYERGES, Georgette; SURIJAN, Margaret; LAJDAI,J.; CSAPO,J.
A method for the rapid deterTLination of diphtheria antitoxin
in clinical practice. Acta paediat'. acad. sci. ffimg 4 no.3:
399409 163
1. First Section or Paediatries (headt prof. J. Csapo) Wmi
cipal laslo Hospitalp and Vaccine Control Department (head&
dr.L.Erdos) State Institute of Hyglenep Budapest.
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Control of the Magneticfield Strength of an Electromagnet
by the Signal of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
ASSOCIATION., PrfrodovederkA fakulta Univerzity Komenskeho,
Bratislava (Natural Science Faculty of
.Komenski University, Bratislava)
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and Tirpak, Andrej
TIT LZ': Xcasurement of relaxation times by the spinecho
method
P jjOj)'rC,,,L: Nat eniaticlcCo f yzillc&iny U
~asopis, no. 1, 1963, GO  95
T . L As11O?7t theoretical analysis of the spinecho effect
I d  ayt he
is iven and a nuclear spinecho spectrometer c eve ope
;,!"t!iors i.. dc8cribcd. This spectr~zneter, adapted "or the Ila'an (A)
itid CarrPurcell (3) methods in 'lie frequency rangro of 13 to
37 "c./s, enables the ;nea~uremen* of lonitudinal (T anl tran!.;
(T,) rela%ation v zo 'I ,
V i  " ~i C ' imes i the ran;n 5 x 10 to 10 sec
w_;L1,. ;11~ ;,.~curacy of less than 10~;. A detailed description of the
is ~;iven 4.). The square pulse ~;ciieriitor su,jl4Qs
of :iul5es for method A (E.L. Hahn  ~!Ays. Rev. 30, 1956,j
c) or a scries of pulses for mathod B (Carr, Pur,.ell, Piiys.
1,,,,:1:41 63o). The width of the oulses vari,:!s between
10 an~.: 0.01 sec. The time between Pulses can 'oa adjusted
he t4me betweer. series of pulses Js
oetweell 7 ~is aid 0. ec, and t1l
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adju,stnble from 0.1 ~is to approximately 20 sec. The amplitude of'
the nulses i2E; 10 V. The triggered IIF generator cai, be tuned
bet,,cen 13 anci 17 Mc/s. The maximum volume of samrPles which can
be in_iQrtcd into the'instrument is 0.6 c.c. The HF rec.ivcr has Zl
of 0.3 \1c/!3 and a sensitivity of about I ,IV for a signal
tonoise ratio of unity. The magnetic field is obtailled Irom an
electro;lirv.gnet with pole pieces 10 cm in diameter and 't;bout 3 cra
a T).~ 90 Sauss. Tile
,. I. t. Tiic ri_,quired fields vary between 3050 and 39
Current is obtained froi~i 'IliFe batteries. To verify the performance
of the instruni2nt, the lon_~itudinal (T I) and tramiverse (T)
relaxation tiiacs of aqueous solutions of CuSO4 anti of K CrtSC,;
3 )6
ifere measueedaafancti ons of the concentration. The measurements
0.1 CUSO4 are in Scod se obtained by Pfeifer
(Ann. Phys., 20, 1,957t 322)* The variatiotiinthe relaxation
tiiae in the XCr(SCN), aqueous solution is due t ciij(iiiit ion i _The
0.1stirell"eIts ?Icre Car?ied out at 18 OC. Relaxation times'betwean.
10 111,11d 10 sec could be lne~%Sured with
an orror less than
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ASSOCIATION: katedra oxnerinentaflnej fyziky Prirodovadeckej
fakulty Univerzity Komenskeho v Bratislava
(Department of Bxperimental Physics, Komensky
University, Bratislava)
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3MR""U
Gas supply for standard spartmenU, Gas.prou.se.10:2425 0 156.
(G^s distribution) (KW 9:10)
SURXIN. D.P.; POPOVA. T.I.
Iffectiveness of treating chronic tonsillitis with mentholpenicillin
oil inhalation. Pediatriia no.5:6345 S0 153. (MM 6:12)
1. Is Teentrallnogo detakogo klinicheakogo samtorlya 'Boyarial.
(TonsilsDiseases) (Inhalation ('.therapeutics))
(Penicillin)
SURKIN, D.P. (St.Boyarka Kiyevskoy oblasti)
Chronic maxillsu7 sinusitis in children. Yest.otorin. 16 no.5:252?
S0 154. OCLRL 7:12)
(SINUSITIS, In Infant and child,
maxillary)
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Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mekhanika, 1957, Nr 1, p 114 (USSR)
AUTHOR: Surkin, R.G.
TITLE: To the Theory of the Stability of an Elongated Ellipsoidal Shell
of Revolution Under the Effect of a Uniform External Pressure
(K teorii ustoychivosti vytyanutoy ellipsoidal'noy obolochki
vrashcheniya pri vneshnem ravnomernom davlenii)
PERIODICAL: Izv. Kazansk. fil. AN SSSR, ser. fiz.matem. i tekhn, n.,
1955, Nr 7, pp 315
ABSTRACT: A study of the overall effect of a local instability on a thin
closed shell shaped like an ellipsoid of revolution and subjected
to the action of a uniformly distributed external pressure. The
displacements u, v, and w of the points of the mean surface of
the shell are given with the help of expressions containing hyper
bolic functions; the stresses, as well as the displacements, dis
appear at the boundary of the failure area. The principal radii
of curvature of the mean surface are considered constant in that
area which, it is assumed, is of elliptical shape. The total
energy of the system is evaluated. Also obtained are: 1) the
Card 112 pressure pMat which the energy levels of the initial and the
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To the Theory of the Stability of an Elongated Ellipsoidal Shell (cont  )
deflected state of the shell are equal; 2) the lower critical pressure Pk'
which corresponds to the parabolic point on the energyflexure diagram.
These quantities are compared with the upper critical pressure, determined
by the linear theory.
A. S. Vol'mir
1. Bodies of revolutionStabilityTheory 2. Hyperbolfe functionsAppli
cations 3. Ellipsoidal shellsTheory
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AUTHOR StIr",__R G.
T'TLE Oft the Quest'an of the Collapse of a Sphericdl Shell Under Uniformly
d,,str!bu*ed Outside Pressure (K voprosu o potere ustoychivosti
ster~chesko,, c1bolocliki pri vneshnem ravnomerno rasp redele r rom
da~
PER!ODICAL Tz, , Kazant~k. til, AN SSSR, ser. fiz, matem. i tekhn. r., , 1956
N. 10, pp 5 1, 56
ABSTRACT. The author has found, by Bubnov Gale rkin's method. the approx
mate quantify of the minimum value of outside pressure with which il
is possible fo achieve a form of equilibrium of a shell that is differerit
from the in' ~Lidl spherical form. A comparison is given of the value
obtained for the critical pressure with the value of the critical pres
sure obtained by R. G. Surkin using the RitzTimoshenko method
(1952). A reference is made to the results of the preliminary experi
rnents made by R. G. Surkin on the stability of spherical segments
under the action of outside pressure.
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MSHTARI, KH.M., doktor fizikomatematichookikh nauk. professor; GALIMOV.
Ka.;.�URUH._R.G. kandidat takhmicheakikh nauk. otvotstvonw
roda kto 'r; !:'V& SXAYA, X.KIL., redaktor; NEDILIKO, G.N., takhrii
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chaskiy redaktor; SALIKHOVA, A.S.. tekhaichookiy redaktor
Cponlinear theory of elastic shells] fielineinaia teoriia uprugikh
obolochek. Kazan', Tatknigoizdat. 1957. 430 P. (MLRA 10:4)
(Plastic plates and shells)
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ZUYEV. B.M.; 51IRKIN, j~,GI
SHARAMDINOVAP M.Z., tekhn. red.
(Some proble=s arising in the stucLy of stresses by the optical
method uvingthreedimensional raodels]. Nekotorye voprosy
isaledovanita napria2hanii na ob"emnykh modelAakh opticheskim
metodom. Kawan, 1959. 22 p. (Akademiia nauk SSSR. Kazanskii
filial. Seriia fizikomatematicheskikh i tekhnicheskikh nauk.
Trudy, no.2). (MIRA 16:4)
(Strains and stresses) (Photoolasticity)
MUSMARI, Kh.M.., red.; ALUI,~!'Av, N.A., reA.; BOLOTM, V.V., red.;
VOLIM11(i A.S., red.; GAITIM, U.S., red.; GOLIDEMMER,
A.L., red.; ISMBAYEVA, F.S., red.; KILIMEVSKIY, H.A.,
red.; KOMUSHIN, M.S., red.; LLROYE, A.I., red.; SAVIL,
G.N., red.; S&CIMKOV, A.V., red.; SVIRSKIY, I.V., red.;
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1. Koriferentsiya po teorii plastin i obolochek, Kazan', 1960.
2. Moskovskiy energeticheskiy institut (for Bolotin). 3. Ka
zanskiy khimikotekhnologicheskiy institut (for Ganiyev).
4. Institut mekhaniki Akade..ii nauk USSR (for Kilichevskiy).
5. Kazanskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet (for Sachenkov).
6. Kazanskiy filial Akaderii nauk SSSR (for Svirskiy).
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AU1HORS: Mushtari. Kh. M., SurkinR G_
TITLE: The average bending of a sloping spherical panel, square in plane,
at nonlinear stressstrain relation
PERIODTCAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Mekhanika, no. 8, 1961, 7, abstract 8V49
("Zh. prikl. mekhan. I tekhn. fiz.". 1960, no. 2, 162165)
TEY.7: The problem whose content is described In the title is solved. The
stressstrain relation is assumed In the form:
E e (1 e2
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where ? is a certain constant. The equations derived become a somewhat more
comlicated In comparison with conventional equations for large deflections of
pane.'s Phe subsequent solution is carried out according to BubnovGalerkin's
method. Cumbersome arithmetical operations are transferred to a "Strela"
comouter. The degree of effect of physical nonlinearity on the magnitude of
arising stresses is numerically estimated.
rAbstracter's note: Complete translation] F. Feodos'yev
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Konferentalya po teorli plastin I obolochek. Kazan'. 1960.
Trudy Konforentall po teoril plaatln I obolachekip 2429 oktyabrya
1960. (Tranaactions of.the Conference.on the Theory ofi.Plates
and Shells Held In Kazan', 24 to 29 October 1960). Kazan'
[Izdvo Kazan3kogo gosudarstvannogo universitetal 1961. 4k *p.'
1000 copies printed.
Sponsoring Agency; Akademlya nauk SSSR. Kaxanakiy filial. Kazanskly
gosudaretvannyy unIvereltet.11m. V. I. UllyanovaLanina.
Editorial Board: Kh. M. Mushtarl, Editor; F. S. Isianbayeva, Set)r*t&z7,
N. A. Alumyaa, V. V. Bolotin, A. S Vo11mIV M.,S. 0aniyev,
A. L. Golidenveyzen N. A. KIl1c1j*v;k1y, M. S. KornIshin,
A. I. Lurlye, 0. N. Savin, A. V. Sachankov,, 1. V; Svirskly,
R. 0. Sui*lh, and A. F. F111ppor. 3d.: V. I. Aloksagin;
Tech. Edo Yu. P. Semenov.
PURPOSE: The collection of articles Im Intended'for sdientista'and
engineers iho are Interested in the analyels of strength and
stability of shells.
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Trr,n3actlons of tho Conference (qont.) SOV/6206
COVERAGE: Tho book Is a collection of artiolen delivered at the
Conforenco on Plates and Shells hold in Kazan' from 24 to :2�
October 1960. The articles deal with the mathcm,%tfaal theory
of plates and shells and Its application to the solution, In
both lincar and nonlinear formulations, ofproblqa oC bending,
static and dynamic stability, aad viDration or ragular'.&id.
sandwich plates and shellb Of VArlous shapes under varlout
loadings in the elastic and plastic region3. Andl7clain made
or the behavior of plates and shells In fluidni and the effect
of creep of the material'is considereO. A numboi, of papers
discuss problems associated with the development of effective
vathematical methods for solving problems In the theory ofshelli.
Some of the reports propose algorithms fortha solution of problem
with the aid of electronic computers. A total of.one hundred,
reports and notes were presented and discussed during the con
ference. The reports are arranged alphabetically (Russian) by
the author's name.
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Transactions of the Conference (Cont.) SOV/6206
Sel 1. T. Investigation of the Propagation of
aa~c Waves in Plates and Shells 247
Slep9v, B. I. Dynamic Stability of a Circular Cylindri
cal Shell Under WaveImpact Loading 30
Sochinskly, S. V., and V. S. Chuvikovskiy. On Nonlinear
Dynamic Deformations of Rectangular Plates and
Cylindrical Shells 358
Surkin R _(L, and L. A. Kuznet ova. On the Flexural
of a Shallow Square lpherical Panel With a
Nonlinear StressStrain Relationship 362
Teregulov, 1. G. On the Theory of Plates of Medium
Thickness" 367
Tkachuk, G. I. IntegralDifferential Equations of the
Theory of Thin Elastic Shells of Revolution 376
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AUTHORs Surkin, R.'%,
TITLEt A :onference on Dlatea and sbelle in Kazan
PERIODICALi Prykladna mekhanika, v. 7, no. 1, 1961, 113  114
TEXTs The article is a report on the conferenae held in Kazan
from Ootober 2429, 1960 which was organized ~y the Xazan branch
ol. the AS USSRP and the State University of Kazan Iment V.1,
U11yanov (Lni n) in ac.ordan,:e with the resolution of the Scienti
fic Oouncil. of the AS USSB on the problem "SCient.flc Basis of
Strength and Pla6tlcity". blore than ~50 persona took part In the
Conference, 172 belng from Kazan, and the rest from various parts
o.1 the Soviet UnioL Tb'e par~i."Alpants in:luded: H.M. Savin (A:ade
mician, AS UkrSSR). A;D, Kovalenk,) (Ccrresponding Vember F AS Ukr
SSR) and A.P. F1'1.Lp_.v (CorrespondingMember, AS E.311ontan SSR). 0.
A. Umane:kyy Olonored Worker in SQ.Lence and Technology RSFSR), Pro
fessors Kh.M. Mluzhtari, Yu,H. Odynokov (Kazan'.), S.O. Aleksyeyek,, V.
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