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I- - - TYNJEC, T. Skoczylas-Ciszewska, K. Tourmaline peoriati'Le from the Flysch around Zei.;Ccina. P. 187. ARICHDOI-11 *,,II'ar.-zawa, Vol. 18, no. 2. 1954 (published 1955). SO: Monthly List of East E-aropean Accessions, (ESAL), LC, Vol. 4, no. 10, Oct. 1955, Unel. 7.01,11B C,, T. "Toumaline Pejaatite from t"-.c- Westarn Pre -Carp. -ntl-dan i~. 277 (ROCOIK. Vol. 22, No. 30, 1952 (published 1954); Krakow. Foland.) ' Sot Monthly List-of Ba-,t European Acccosions, (LVLL),, LC, 'Vol. L., 11yo. !.,, April 1955, Uncl.- A . i jur --- 41u,s ;,Z.- ., .. - I - - I:-" _ , '. ILMRI-EATInisons, B.1; GRAUDONIS, la.(Graudonia, J.) Excavations of Livonian burlal mounds in Krimulda. Vestis Iatv ak no.10:37-54 161. 1. Akerlemi7am-au Latviyakoy BER, Institut istorii. (.Krimulda region-Exca"tione(Archasology)) (Krimulda region-Antiquities) WILLER, K.Yu., inzh..- TYIMWON, Yu.I. . Improved measures for tatting the imsulation of electri', equipmnt. Energetik 9 no,1:21-25 Ja 161, (,%ORA 16 -.7) (Electric insulators and ins-alation.-Testing) AC IM HR: &R3000546 z,/0051/6'~ /007' VDDO f 0 SOME: Wh. KhiMiya, Abs. W84 AUrj-jM: Tynissoo, A. 0-.; Krela, U. 1. TITIZ-. Waterproofins of exte r1or va.Us of foamed kukermit and foamed silicalcite with organosilicon compounds CIM SO(MM-. 5b. Issled. po Str-vu. 2. Tallinp 19610 174-2M TOPIC TAGS.- vatecproofing wlth organosilicon compounds; kukermite; silicalcite TRDMMION: For the prcrLection of exterior vmlls of buildings, mde of roamed Kukermit, and foamed silicalcite, against atmospheric humi- dity, it is proposed to waterproof them vith organic silicon compowrds. A 10% solution of GKZh-94 in kerosene %m-q found to be the most effcc- ti-c, because their first incrementD form a vmatcrvroof film on the Card 113 AC=SICH M; AR3OW5Q mterial, thus preventing fixther treatment. In the case of a Erpeci- men of material treated with a kerosene ablution of GKZh-94, the imter ab-corption -- during the different periods of hardening -- vaB reduced by several times In comparison with the controls (inn-ersior, dep-tn of the specimens, in water, was 1.5 cm; the immersion depth of 9 cm, specified by the standr~rd, yields distorted results due to the actlon Of hydrostetic P-zemsure). The waterproof Lrzg propt-rties of the coating were retain-ed for a period from wl)re U= or eoiall to y,!nL-9 to 4.5 ye%L--s. A alight absorption of vnat--r by the lt=5 lncci~ta5cs their froDt resistance. flovever, the determination of frost noa.stance accor-d-Ing tc the Standard gives greatly t_-Klerstatr~14, rt~t5~111'3, the pr*_-5r_-nc-e of a wnterproofln8 caatlli-~z a_~tert3 tior, of the 8pecimens, Waterproofing of tnt-- 5wi-nai-4:- ol crete results in a considerabla lowerj_rq3 of it6 caiqesion WIth miart-ar; for which rev-son the waterproofing of the tL-terior of buildings should bt~ Carried oet after completion of all ftnish:_ng work. Eymerim-ental water- proofing of the walls of buildings has demsn-atrated the sii-perior vater- proofing characteristics of or ution, ,rlth V~ro -oats, is 5(YD g/3q Co,-d 2/3 I AC=SICU NR: AR30WSQ of coating is 0.25 - O.LY7 kopeeks. K. Popov WE AcQ-- 22M03 ENCL: 00 SUB C(IDE: 00 Card 3/3 - -- - - I ~.~OIVPhyslcal Chem. Crystals B-5 I Abs Jour : Ref Zhur - Mimiya, No 7, 1957, 22140 inG the concentration of Co, there appear quickly peaks in ZnS - (Cuo CO) at -1300 and -600 and more slowly peaks of Copper (-5.00 and 200), and nev peaIx appear at 50 and 800. Card 2/2 -54- DEGTYAREV, V.I.; MAGAZINERt V.V.-, TYNYANOVP V N*; FILIKIN, I.N.; VOLKOVITSKIY, V.F., kand. Telhin~~. retsenzent; SIR)TIM, A.I., lnzh., red.lzd-va; DMINA, N.F.,, tekhn. red. (Operation of forging presses) Ekspluatatsiia goriachushtam- povochnykh pressov. Moskva, Maohgiz, 1963. 76 (PmiRA 16:5) (Power presses) L 30362-66 FWT(d)/T/EVTPW !JP(c, BB/CG/GD ACC NR% 6=0 0 8,3 11 SOURCE CODE: UR/0000/65/000/000/0014/0019 AUTHOR: Svenson, A - N. (Llvov) (Candidate of technical sciences); Tymiava, N. T. (Llvov) ORG: none TITLE: Code-pulse decoder with error correction SOURCE: AN UkrSSR. Elementy sistem otbora i peredachi Informatsii (Elements of systems for selecting and transferring information). Kiev, Naukova dumka, 1965) /V_ /Y TOPIC TAGS; digital decoder, error correcting code ABSTRACT: In the case of error correcting codes, the decoder must work out not only the particular code word but also those words differing from the given one by one, two, or more letters. Since the pyramidal or matrix decoders require usually a large number of elements, the authors outline the feasibility of the construction of code-pulse error correcting decoders for codes transmitted by sequential or parallel pulses. They analyze the possible solution for such decoders for a varying number of correcting errors and discuss their operation as a function ox" the parameters of the circuitry. One of the solutions can decode both parallel and sequential signals. Another is constructed from standard cells. Orig. art. has: 5 formulas and 3 figures. SUB CODE: 09/SUBM DATE: 6Nov65/ ORIG REF: 003/ OTH REF: 002 Card 1/10~19 r1l -F t, 1", ACC NR. AT7001498 SOURCE CODE! UR/0000/66/000/000/0212/0217 T. AUTHOR: Svenson, A. N. (L'vov; Candidate of technical sciences); N- (L'vov) ORG: none TITLE: Disrete-analog decoders with error correction SOURCE: AN UkrSSR- Teoriya i praktika ustroystv dlya preobrazovaniya elektro- izmeritel'noy informatsii (Theory and practice of devices for the conversion of electrical measuring information) Kiev, Naukova dumka,.1966, 212-217 TOPIC TAGS: error correction, error correcting code; data transmission/ Go decorer cir/cuits are analyzed which issue a signal ABSTRACT: Error detecting whenever the difference between a received code word and a reference code exceeds a preassigned number of allowable errors. Two types of decoders are studied: series (Fig. la) and parallel (Fig. lb). The switches in both types close whenever the code and reference words inatch. The number of switches in both types of error detection circuit is equal to the code work bit length. The series decoder uses Zener diodes to establish a level corresponding to the maximum number of allowable errors. If this level is exceeded the current starts to flow through the load. In-, arallel decoder, output voltage depends on the number of closed switches e number of correctly received code word bits). An amplitude discriminator lly used -in conjunction with the parallel decoder to determine the number -ACC -- Nki-AT7001499 Lf allowable errors. The author formulates the relationships between the relative accuracy of supply voltages, the manufacturing spread in R,,, r resistors, the dynamic Zener diode resistances, and the maximum number of ':error which may be detected and corrected successfully. It is shown that when the relative spreads in parameters applicable to the serial decoder are equal to 0.1, the maximum number of correctable errors is 3. This assures an ample margin for widely used single-err detection codes.. Parallel decoders are not recommended for codes whose word length is greater than 10 even when the precision of components is high. Any number of errors may be corrected, however, when the code words are short. Two practical parallel decoder circuits (one using transistor switches and the other using ferrite cores) are illustrated. In conclusion the author states that the given decoders use fewer components than tree-typ_e~decoders. Orig. art. has: 2 figures and 10 formulas. Fig. 1. Error detection decoder circuits-, out 0u, a - Series decoder; b parallel Outpdtf~ . nRN# K1, rlpv" :dezoder. ;SUB CODE: 09/ SUBM DATE: 23Jul66/ A' :ORIG REF: 002/ f.. 4 4W WR" TLP14L 1*6 1 Pat a KREYN) YeoD,s TYNNAYA, N.T.p in-zh. Interference rejection of multiPle-freauency control devices fsr di4F,- tributed objects. VOD. pered. inform. 3tlO4-.106 164- (MIRA 18a1) KREYN, Ye.D.- RIKHAYLO17,111Y, V.14~~ TYNNAY.A., N.T. y x Interference rejection of the fr-,quency selection networks of remobe control devices for distributed objects. Vop. pered. inform. 1-. 116-124 162. (MA 16:6) (,Remotr; control) KARPENK01 G.V., otv, red.; LEONOV, M.Ya., dolctor fiz.-mat. nauk, zam. otv. red.; MI11YAKEVICH, R.I., kand. tekhn. nauk, red.; MIKSMOVICH, G.G., kand. tekhn. nauk, red.; PANASYUK, V.V., kand. fiz.-mat. nauk, red..; PODSTRIGACH, Ya.S., kand. fiz.- rmt. nauk, rod.; SMEPWUMO, V.T., kand. tokhn. naW,, red.; N~ '~i 11 1 ~ NY, A. A. , kand, tokhn. Y"r uk, rvd. t 01-V Ml .1 Y, T.I.K., nod. izd-va; UUS !'IS, tek~m. .-m'd. [ and devices for testing metals] Xashiny. i pribory dlia ispytanii -r-etallov. Kiev, lzd-vo Aknd.nauk USS11, 1961. 132 p. (MIRA 15t2) 1. Akademiya nauk HM, Kiev. Instytut mAshinoznavstva i avtoma- tyky. 2. Chlen-korrespondent Akad. nauk USSR(for Karpenko). (Testing machines) KORKILOT, G.I., inzhq-ANNT A.N. )cand.tekhn.nmk Wear resistance of worm gears made of titanium-copper cast iron. Vest.mash. 40 no.12.*26-29 D ,6o. (MULL 13:1.2) (Gearing, Worm) L OM8-M EW(nWWPN)/SPF(9 WA(4.~t Lw-W.- jD *13' AcCIKSSXCN Ka: ABSOIS656 OWM9/65/CK11100310312/0316 AMORt Tynnyy. A.~ N. 9 sashko, -A. -acti Ked 01,frac,wre of brittle nateriale exposed to surface ve Is SWREZ: Fizilw-" to' cheakays. nekhaniks naterialcw, v. 1. no. 3. 1965, 312-316 -TOPIC TAm; 'fracture wadwAdsm, brittle material, organic glasso surface active medium, tensile stress, fractuid stress, crack type defect, crack formation, aur- face energy, free diffiailon, macroscopic crock, crack propagation surface diffu- Sion ABSTRACT: The authors present the results of an investigation of the effect of certain surface-active media (water, alcohol) an the strength 6aracteriatics Sad mechanism of fracture of organic glass. The effect of a Vacum (10-6 zia Hg), air, water, and ethyl alcohol on the strength characteristics of orgauic glass in the eaeuce of momentary tensile stresses was Investigated an using a tensile testing r p machine with attachatent assuring the performance of tests in liqaid xedia. It was found th-ot in the presence of surface-active nedia (water, alcohol) the fracture i than in the presence of a vacuum or air, stress is 20 and 40% lower, respeettyely' L 01118-66 ACUSSUM M AP501%56 and the surface of the organic glass specimens is covered by a much smaller cl~ of cracks. The small mmber of cracks forming an the surface of the specimen is a .characteristic sign of the selective mature of the action of the surface-a tive ct 'medlum on the development of the crack-typl defect. whether this defect may have been tooted or 13Aa &risen in the process of deformation of the specimen. On the basis of these findings the mechanism of fracture in the presenre of surface- active media any be qualitatively described as follows: the tensile stresses act- Ing om the speciven reduce the Interatomic bonds In the crack &pax. The surface- active uedium, which. througli the Kechanism of free diffusion, enters the crack i apex, reduces the surface energy (by virtue of the action of the prGcess of physi- cal adsorptiort). The decrease in the free surface energy under the action of the surface-active medium is the greater the more surface-active theitedium is. To- gether, these two factors intensify crack developient. As the stress exerted IS increased, one of the cracks (or several cracks combining into one) develops into a macroscopic. crack which grows at a fixed rate until an instant lehen the level of~ the stress &ctin& on the apex of the crack becomes adequate for its growth. This process, depimiling on the ratio between the rate of crack propagation and the rate! of the surface diffusion of the uedium, is of an intermittent rather than contiou- wa nature. Orig. art* has 1 5 figures* card 2/3 - I .--I ;. " I , , , Cil". 7 A!" ~ ; .T. r. ~ - 1 9 . . ? 1 ~ NNYY , Ya.V. r~ hdrP fi-, -'- ~~ -,' "InE -,a i -a'f; r ;i :- and n r- t ~ 7 -2 1 z I lg ~T C~ - ~ r r--1 =- 5 . 11,11,1,~I').Z,ap,.J'I"A LIN , , . a i - 1 ,; 3- ',1 1 ~, " . noved G 1 .7 (MILKA 17~10) GUj,Y!J-iIT,SK.:Y, A.A.; A.N.; BARATI, M.I.; 11-11HITISHIN, S.I.; VASILIPEINKO, I'i, Antiselzing and antifrictui,:;n prqPr"ies of netals in engine-Fummp parts. Nauch.,zap.1MA AN URSR.Ser.mashinoved. 10:111,8-153.. 164. (MIRA 17: 10) Effect of heat treaunent of '~he blades of hydraulic pumps on their ,Icar. Ibid. 52-IE4 SOSHKO, A.I.; TETERSKIY, V.A.; 7fNNYY, A.N.; KHOIETSM, Yu.l"!.; STEFfUK, T.Yu. Methods of investigatin'r, the effect of ionized gas at=oE+-ere5 or, the properties of metals. Mian. rab. sred na svois. mat. ro-3--40-47 164- (1-11I RA 17: 10) TYNNYY, A.N.; VASILENKO, I.I.; f-11KITISHIN, S-'. Investigating the changes in electric resistances and =dcro- .i i, hardness of workhardened materials at 3-w-temperature anne-a-ling. ~ .1 n .1, Vop. mekh. real. tver. tela no.3:174-178 164. 11 (MIRA 17:11) 1 1 S/735/61/000/000/002/014 AUTHORS: Chayevskiy, M. I., T ,TITLE: A machine for cyclic torsional testing with simultaneous or separate application of a congtant torque and a constant tension force. SOURCn: Akademiya nauk Ukrainskoy SSR. Inatitut mashinoved"iya i avtomatiki. Ma shiny I pribory dlya is pytaniy metallov. Kiyev, 1961, 11-18. TEXT: A testing machine constructed by the authors and Its electric control circuitry are described. Some test data are adduced. The specific problem exa- mined is that of the interrelation of normal stresses in the theory of fatigue failure. The point of departure of the current work is the study of the effect of the stress range on the fatigue strength of metals by 1'. 0. Smith (Univ. of Ill. Bull., v. 39, no. 26, Engrg. Exp. Sta. Bull., ser. no. 334, 17 Feb. 1942), who concluded that the tensile-com- pressive fatigue strength of brittle metals depends stronglyt and the strength of plastic metals depends to a smaller degree, on the value of the mean stress, and that in cyclic torsional tests in the presence of a constant tangential stress the fatigue strength of brittle metals was severely affected by the magnitude of the mean tangential stress, whereas plastic metals remain almost unaffected. There remained to be ascertained the effect of a tensile stress on the cyclic-torsion fatigue strength, particularly to verify ~he statements of other authors (Stulens. F-s et al.# Card 1/2 A machine for cyclic torsional testing ... S/735/6i/000/000/002/014 A failure criterion for multiaxial fatigue stresses, Am.Soc.f.Tetit Mat' spProc., v. 54, 1954; Ponomareva S. D.j et al., Osnovy sovremennykh metodov rascheta na prochnost' v mashinostroyenii. Moscow. Mashgiz, 195Z) and to investigate further the effect of residual stresses onfatigue strength. The machine designed therefor includes exposure to various surface-active and corrosive liquid media at normal and elevated temperatures. An electrically shaft-driven 20-50-cps oscillator of given moment of inertia and spring- controlled stiffness transmits a specified angu- lar range and strain- gage- measured torque into a clamp holding one end of the speci- men. The other end of the specimen is held by a shaft coaxial with the oscillator; said shaft is subjected to a tensile force via a weight-loaded hinged lever and to a practically constant torque via a weight-loaded thread wound around a large and heavy seismic-mass disk with a proper cycle of I sec-1, thereby eliminating any effect of specimen creep at high temperatures and intense loads. Details of the com- pensation-type electronic regulator are explained in the author's paper "Machine for fatigue testing with a hermetic chamber, 11 in the same compendium as the present paper, pp. 54-61 (abstract S/735/61/000/000/007/014). The automatic cut-off device actuated upon failure of the specimen is described. The electric motor and heater are fed by an autotranBformer. The temperature control ill effected by an MB-01 (EPV-01) electronic potentiometer. There are 4 figures and 6 references (4 Rus sian- language Soviet and 2 English- language U.S. as cited in the abstract) ASSOCIATION: None given. Card 2/2 IdX52 S/676/W009/OO0/005/OAO A006/AIOI AUTHORS: Tynnyy, A.. N., Chayevskiy, M. I., Teterskiy, V. A. TITLE: On the possibility of using liquid metallic melts as lubricants SOURCE: Akademiya nauk Ukrayinslkoyi RSR. Insty~ut mashynoznavstva i avto- matyky, Vviv. Nauchnyye,zapiski. Seriya mashinovedeniya. v. 9, 1962, Voprosy mashinovedeniya i prochnosti v mashinostroy6nii, no. 8, 41 46 TEXT: The authors suggest the use of liquid metallic melts as lubricating materials. When salt melts, containing sulfur and chlorine, are used, modified wear-resistant surface layers are formed during the.operation of the parts, as result of friction. This leads to the suggestion thA conventional structural and alloyed metals might be used for units operating at high temperatures. Ex- periments were carried out with a special worm reducer and Wood's alloy (50% Bi, 12.5% Cd, 25.0% Pb, 12.51,56 Sn) as a lubricant. The bearings in the reducer as- semblies were designed in such a manner that the liquid metallic melt greased only the worm thread and the teeth of the worm gear. The bearings were greased Card 1/2 S/676/62/009/000/()05/010 On the possibility of using... A006/A101 with mineral oil. The tests show-that the use of Wood's alloy as a lubricant prevents galling of the operational surfaces. The new method will eliminate spe- c,ial devices for the cooling of friction parts in units.operating at 500 to 1,OOOOC and will raise the efficiency of friction pairs. There are 2 figures. SUP14ITTM,. June 22, 1961 Card P_/2 S/137/62/000/009/016/033 AO06/A1O1 AUTHOR: _Tynnyy, A. N. TITLE; Properties of a sulfonated layer and their effect on metal wear PFRIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, no. 9, 1962, 60 - 61, abstract 91377 ("Nauchn. zap. In-ta mashinoved. i avtomatiki, Mf UkrSSR. Ser. mashinoved", 1961, v; 8, 170 176) TFJT: Information is given on a comprehensive method of estimating the properties of' a sulfonated layer. The method includes investigations of wear re- sistance, anti-galling,proporties, metillographic and roentgenographic analyses, and the method of radioactive tracers. In sulfonating, the chemical composition and the physical and mechanical properties of the surface layer change substan- tially; this must definitely affect phenomena occurring during the friction.of metallic surfaces. Investigations of anti-galling properties show -that the sur- face layers formed during sulfonation have lower mechanical properties than the base metal. Sulfonation has a positive effect upon improving the finish of fric- tion surfaces. Heating of sulfonated specimens in an electric furnace up to Card 1/2 S1 I 37/62/000/OW/O 16/0 -33 Properties of a sulfonated layer... A006/AIOI 8300C for 15 minutes causes a reduction of the S content in the surface layer by 70 - 80%; at 300 - 400oC the Si'dontent in the surface layor does practicallynot change. Being good adsorbentc,,-the sulfides adsorb the ait oxygen and other sur- face-active substances much more than pure metals. Besides- the properties of a strong adsorbent., the sulfides show a better mechanical strength than the base metal and can be removed from the metal surface much easiei, than base metal par- ticles. The preservation of a sulfonated layer on the surface for an extended period of time promotes the formation of strong films a+, a definite rate, T. RumyAntseva [Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card 2/2 !4 ACCESSION NR: AT4023781 0/2723/63/000/002/6138/0-143 AUTHOR: Sokolov, Y;. P.; Soshko, A.I.; TITLE: Effect of nor'mal pressure and sliding rate on the lubricqtIng properties of rubber packing ~'SOURCE: AN UkrRSR. Insty*tut mashy*noznavetva I avtomaty*ky*, Vviv. V11yanlye rabochikh sred na svoystva materialov (Effect of active media on the properties of mate- rials), no. 2, 1963, 138-143 TOPIC TAGS: friction, lubrication, rubber packing, rubber packing pressure, rubber picking sliding ABSTRACT: The laws of external friction, reflecting the relationship between frictional forces and normal pressures for smooth hard surfaces, are generally used without change for rubber-metal friction pairs. These laws do not take into account the effect of such Im- portant factors as the variable sliding rate, the wide range of normal pressures, the type of lubricant, and the properties of the rubber. G.M. Bartenev (DAN SSR, 103, No. 6, 1017-,/ 1955) first showed that a relationship can be derived, depending on many factors (see Fig. 1 of the enclosure), for the friction between rubber and a solid surface. lnvestiga~ tions of the effect of sliding and pressure on friction were performed ort the W friction LCqrd...j/j ACCESSION NR: AT4023781 machine (for rotary motion) and on the IMA-t machine (for reciprocal motion). Oil-proof rubber pacIdngs were tested. It was established that the sliding of rubber over steel leads both to an increase in friction due to the greater adhesion and to a decrease In friction due to a decrease of the contact area. Friction Increases at the same rate as pressure up to a certain value, above which the rubber is destroyed. The increase in fri.ction does not de- pend on the type of lubricant. Orig. art. has- 4 figures. ASSOCIATION: Insty*tut mashy*noznavstva I avtomaty*ky AN UkrRSR, Lvov (lastitu to of Machine Technology and Automation, AN UkrRSR) SUBMITTED: 00 DATE ACQ: 1OApr64 ENCL: 01 SUB CODE: MT NOREFSOV: 007 OTHIM: 002 :.Card- 'ACCESMON NR: AT4023781 44 U 31 42i 1 2 3 W 0 41 42 43 44 V^tv ENCLODSURE: 01 Fig. 1. Dependence of the coefficient of friction on UW 1111ding rate: a - according to the data of Bytenev for a viscous lubricant and standard pressure of 80mn/m b - according to the data of Shamil- kov during water lubrication. Card 3/3 S/123/62/000/019/003/010 A0061AI01 AUTHOR: Tynnyy, A. N. TITLE: Sulfonation and sulfocyanation, being methods of raising the service life of machine parts- PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mashinostroyeniye, no. 19, 1962, 28, abstract 19B150 ("Nauchn: zap. In-ta masliinoved. I avtomatiki, AN UkrSSR, Ser. mashinoved." 1961,.8, 177 - 183) TEXT: The author studied the wear resistance and anti-galling properties of metal surfaces sulfonated in baths no. 2-16 NIIKHDVASh and no. 2 MAZ. Fatigue curves were plotted for 45 grade steel specimens which were sulfonated in the aforementioned baths and subjected to symmetrical bending tests in air, tap wa- ter 3%-NaCl solution in water, and in hydrosu 'lfide water (85 mg/l H S). An. analysis of these curves shows that In spite of a slight reduction oi the cor- rosion resistance, sulfonation increases the durability of steel not only in air 13ut also in corrosion media. On the basis of the investigations performed the conclusion is drawn that sulfonation and sulfocyanation are promising methods Card 1/2 S/123/62/000/019/r,03/010 Sulfonation and sulfocyanation, being methods of... A006/A101 to raise the service life of machine parts, if the limiting conditions of appli- cation are correctly determined. T. Kislyakova [Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card 2/2 A S/123/62/000/019/003/010 A006IA101 AUTHOR: Tyrinyy, A, M. TITLE: Sulfonation and sulfocyanation, being methods of raising the service life of machine parts- -PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Mashinostroyenlye, no. 19, 1962, 28, abstract 19B150 ("Nauchn.' zap. In-ta masliinoved. I avtomatiki, AN UkrSSR, Ser. mashinoved." 1961,.8, 177 - 183) TEXT: The author studied the wear resistance and anti-galling properties of metal surfaces sulfonated in baths no. 2/6 NIIKHIKMASh and no. 2 MAZ. Fatigue curves were plotted for 45 grade steel specimens which were sulfonated in the .metrical bending tests In air, tap wa- aforementioned baths and subjected to ayr ter, 3%-NaCl solution In water, and in hydrosulfide water (85 mg/1 H 3). An analysis of these curves shows that in spite o If a slight reduction oi the cor- rosion resistance, sulfonation Increases the durability of steel not only in air 'but also in corrosion media. On the basis of the investigations performed the conclusion is drawn that sulfonaticu and sulfocyanation are promising methods Card 1/2 S112316210MIO ig/ro3/o io Sulfonation and sulfocyanation, being methods of,.. A006/A101 to raise the service life of machine parts, if the limiting conditions of appli- cation are correctly determined. T. Kislyakova [Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card 2/2 2/ i 2 316,--/),J 0/130 ~ /0-0 -5/C -20 A300104 AUTKORS, T~ymyy, A, N. TIME, Dipth and wear resist-an~-e of sulfurized 1&y&rs formir,g as a resu7.-. of the sulfurization of grade 415 and cast Iran In samples no. 2 of MAZ azd 216 of N-1.1"KhMeASn PFMODICAL: Rsferat.lvwjy zhutnal, Mashinostroysniye, no. 6, 196". 73-74, abstract 6B612 ("Nauch:a. zap. 'A[n-ta mastinoved. I a.,itomat. M Uk-rMR, 1960, v. 7, 7-51-80) UT. The author Inv.-ast'lgated th-s penetration depth of 3,,.Jf,~r in-o grade L -1 45 steel and cuprotitanic cast iron during -their zulf.~rllzatlon in !~amplas r~o, 2 of MAZ and 2/6 of N11KhDVASh. -The treatment -In these samples yields a diflrerer.-.. sulfur saturation of the metal aurface layer affects zhe !=aase of their rezi5tarvce to wear In a d-Iffer & i tway. Ther& a:e 6 Pigures and 140 r~fsrences. N. Il'ina [Abstractor's note: Complete tr&rs1a.4,1cn-i Card 1/1 TYNNYY, A.N., kand.tekhn.nauk Effect of sulfurization on the wear of metals. Metalloved. i term. obr. met. no.8:14-18 Ag '61. (KIRA 14:8) 1. Institut mashinovedeniya i avtomatiki AN USSR. (Protective coatings) (Mechanical wear) 17rl'Nry, At.N. Characteristi,:,s Of a sulfided IaYer and their effect on metal wear. "'luch'ZOP-DiA ki URSR. Ser.mashinoved- 7 no-7:170-176 '62. (Case hardening) (YURA 15:1) - TYNNY-Y, A.N. Sulfidation and increase the durability of ma&ine 16, parts. Jauch.zap.M jell I.RS.R. Ser.mashinoved. 7 no.7:177-1'-E,-' . , O,aRA 1f:1) (Case hardening) TMMYT, A. N. Depth and wear resistance of sulfidized layers originated by the sulfidization of the 45 steel and titanium-copper cast iron in compositions PAZ No.2 and NIIKhIMSh 216. Rauch za INA AN URM. Ser.mehinaved 7 no.6:75-80 16o. (MIU zs,8,38 - (Steel--Testing) (Protective coatings) (Cast iron-Testing) Investigating scratch-hardness properties of oulfidized zurfaces. Nauch.zap.D(A AN UHSR Ser-mshinoved- 7 no.6:81-90 160. (14IRA 13:8) (Steel-Teating) (Caot iron-Teoting) (Protectice coatings) v (V Al -93 gl 1.4 A PIP TYKM A N - CHAYEVSKIY, M.I.; TETERSKIYI, V.A. Possibility of the use of liquid metals as lubricants. Nauch. lWf.'IYA AN UR3R.Ser.mashinoved. 9s41-46 162. (MIU 15-.12) (Liquid metals) (Lubrication and lubricants) ACCESSION NR: A~4023780 B/'2723/63/000/002/0128/0133 AUTHOR: Gulyanitskly, A. A.; Mikitishin, S. I.; 7y*nny*y, A. N., Vasilanko, 1. 1. TrrLF.:- The effect of sulfur and dichloramine B additions to oil on the Interac n tio i--between the friction surfaces SOURCE: AN UkrRSR. Thsty*tut mashy*noznavi;tva I avtomaty*ky*, Vviv. Vliyanlya rabochikh sred na svoystva materialov (Effect of a6tive media on the properties of materials), no. 2, 1963, 128-133 TOPIC TAGS: oil additivp, lubrication, adhesion, seizing sulfur additive, dichloramine, oil, sulfuric acid, dichloramine B, scoring ABSTRACT: In publications by A. K. Zaytsev and by S. Ta. Veyler and V. I. Likhtman, -it was shown that the Introduction of sulfur into oil prevents adhesion and seizing. The aim of the present investigation was to determine the influence of oil additives on score ntion and working in 6f metal rods used for hydraulic pumps, as well as to study prove the effect of working in on ultimate work capacity. Bronze, different types of cast iron, and lead-coated steel were tested on ALMI-160 friction machines, operating in industrial oil 20. The favorable influence of additives such as sulfur and dichloramine B was explained by the action of iron sulfides and chlorides on the contacting surfaces, resulting 1/2 Card ACCESSION-NR: AT4023780 in low shear-strain resistance. Dichloramine 13 was particularly effective since It saturates the surface layer and ensures high anti"seizing action even when the oil con- tinues to work without additives. Dichloramine B Is considered preferable to other existing additives. Orig. art. has: 2 figures and 2 tables. ASSOCIATION: Insty*tut mashy*noznavstva I avtomaty*ky* AN UkrRSR, Lvov (Institute of Machine Technology and Automation, AN UkrRSR) SUBMrITED., 00 DATE ACQ: 1OApr64 ENCU 00 SUB CODE: OC, PP NO REP SOV: 004 OTHER: 000 2/2 Card "'Ift.Y.MN' TM~Ty, it. '141KITISHIN, Ff f e cf St, -!fu. -d dichlorarnins B it-I.-iltive.- to ulbrinnts c,-: ar tbta chardc-~,Fr of the interaction cr friction sijrfa,;es. rab. S-red na svola. mat. ro.2,;~28-333 163, SOKOLOV. Yt~.:, Certain f~~atk;rs aa-Ang an effect on tba frictirn Of rab. Lrj(3 r-P. evoi~-. mat. no.2~134-137 163. (M---s'A 17~10) Effect of mrmal presaure and the ratle of sUpping on the Euitl- I . u,' tri,-Alorl proverto-as of T%,bber packings. lbld.-"&-143 Aar resistanne cf i-ublxjr packings working in couple w-Itb metAl murfaces. rbid.-4544-15.1 Tymlyy~ A.N.; VASILENKO, I.I.; MIKITISHIN, S.I. Changes in the structure of surface layers caused lry wear. Nauch.zap. IMA AN URSR.Ser.mashinoved. 10:152-157 164. (MIRA 17:10) TYNM A N - Master Tech Sci (diss) -- "Investigation of the wear-resistance of sulfided surfaces". Kiev, 1958. 13 pp (Acad Ukr SSR, Inst of Construction Mechanics), 150 copies (KL, No 7, 1959, 126) GRAYEVSKIY, M.I.; TOM, A.N. --------- Machine for testing specimens for cyclic torelon and their vimItaneous axial tension. Zav. lab. 28 no.9tlIL28-1131 162. (MIRA 16W 1. Institut mashinavedeni7a i avtomatiki AN UkrSSR. (Testing machines) AUTHOR: TITLE: Karpenko, G.V., Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, and Tynnyy, A.N., Babey, Yu.1., Engineers. 122-2-13/23 Gja the depth of the sulphur-enrirhed layer in the sulph- iding of steel and cast iron (0 glubine sloya,oboLashch- ennogo seroy pri sullfidirovanii stali i chuGuna) FERIODICAL: I'Vestnik Mashinostroyeni all (Engineering Journal), 1977-, No.2, pp. 61 - 6-2 Ul.-S.S.R./ ABS12RACT: Medium temperature (540 - 570 C) sulphiding in a solid, liquid or gas medium has been claimed by the Minsk Motorcar Plant (Minskiy Avtozavod) to produce sulphur diffusion to a depth of up to 0.3 mm and to yield a better wear resistance in tools and machane 'Llhese claias were examined by the use of the radio-active S35 having a beta radiation of 0.17 MeV. The test technique is described. 0.00211j.', of radio- active FeS was added to the FeS in the sulphiding bath (con- taining 13.261,'~FeS). The tests show sulphur penetration to a depth of 16 ~L in steel and 30 ~t in cast iron. The wear res- istance due to 'the anti-friction and anti-seizure prope2.ties of sulphur is restricted to this thin layer. Card 1/1 There are 2 figures, includng 1 graph and 4 Slavic references. AVAIIABLE: Library of Congress ~ 0.5 to tt' e Totj~l Lx Of tho ~r I t'~e the e tof~ya -ra 00t0 ti.09 0 O%aa ic '% as t '00 - -Cola resi ,ace -re BeO Sea' tile Vaps.Ts soi ,,, t,' relo. 11 -D e ctio atjO%% 'r ta v?* to 451 ell 451 f t1le ae t e'ra -i al 4- tee . 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Kr-r-ol I.,;Iiy; ~~ciontific r.ccretary; L. -'~:,;a r a IL a -- I i ;Ed. of v. 2; Ya. wna ',-.i-,vL lov; T c h . F. I. Ral,';Una. C-jVT,a,'riE :The collectign, at t*,-.f-, '11dr-d ~;ciontifc -achnical Conference held in In 1,,57 on :,ro'Urr~-:c of incr-z~E-~L- the wear ref:i~,tt.ncc and axi-e-,.OlAw t;.,o Sea-vi"O life Of '-Vh-.~ c-)nf~,rc-nce was sponsmed ly (TjjZ I it,, y the insti-tUt ctrdtellrioy ;;ckh~iniki '11 Ukr~I`t .4j, Of XiyevzI-.a,.,-u obiastnaya -.)rg.n-iz-t,siya Obchchestva noy pro-cayslilmlosti (Ye,--,-,v .;vccmi~,.r t.-n f)-,F' th~~ ')ciety .1 V of the Intiw try) :t" S/122/60/000/012/ci~/o18 A161/A130 AUTHORSt Kornilov, G. I., Engineer; Tynnyy, A. N., Candidate ofTechnical Sciences TITLE: Wear resistance of t.1tanium-copper cas". tron worip. gears PERIODICAL: Vestnik mashinostroyenlya, no. 12, '1960, 26 - 29 TEXT: The purpose of described experiments was tes--~ing Ti-Co cast Iron worm gears as possible replacement for the costly tin bronze gears. Special gray cast. Iron grades an-r already being used for ligh~..-Ioad slow transmission gears, as well as alloy cast irons including TI-Co cast -Iron, but no data are available on its wear resis~.ance. The 1--r-sl--d 1,5 ho reducers had r-T-5 steel. worm and Ti-Co cast iron worm gear. The chemical composir '!on or tft:s ca5-- iron is: 3.4 C, 2.'~ S1, ().63 Mn, 0.45 Cr, 0.4 N1. 0.2 P, 0.12 S. 0.4 Ti. 0.25 Cu. A special. test rig was lased, with a special ele-.rl~ proJ!ic1nr, load. 1,7, wai st,ated that sulfurizatic-n rals-e-d 4h& we-ar resiSt9n,2e, and 41h& be-i'-. r--~.Al-5 wrrr~,- cbtained when both -,;?ie worm and wheel were sulf-urized In ba~-h 2/6 ot N1.1K"K*-V.MJU3?i-. batn no. 2 of the Minsk Au~om3blle Plant had a les.9 good effect. Inc- comparative wear of 2 ontacf-. presEure was 0.01 and the worm gears per hour 9.1 1-.210 and 1,750 kg/cm Card 1/2 S/ 1 22/60/00,)A12/0!)6/018 Wear resistance of, titan-ilim-copper, cast iron worm, g,~ar~~ A161/A130 0.01'4 mm on non-sulfurtzed. gears, 0.003 and 0.00.6 mm on gearc ~,Afurized in ba:.~h no. 2 of MAZ, and 0.0017 --Lnd O.C.02.5 rrn on gears in n'a',n :~/6 ~-Jf NT.1111122MMASh and working In couple witn al~i-. suLfurized wcrm. lt;~ La~_ted '7", tl~ *"ne wear r,'e increased aft-~r h -,~mnlmz in Eu_~h re- duced friction, preven;~d Jamming in conta~,T~, ani mad,~- +he work r; was -as', iron can after runnIng-In. T~;6 cc-n_llaq~ic, ntie i~ia` worm iz~-ars of -fl.-Cc ~ bear 25 - 30% h4gYsr t?-~ntac-. loaa t-han worm g=ar- of- ~_Lj 1--32 (SCh 15-32) and C-4 18-36 (SCh 18-36) gray ca-2t iron a4. aTe 3 flg'UreS, 1 table and 1 Sovist-bloc r~-f_arence. Card P_/2 s/1226570 9/61/000/008/003/015 E073/E335 AUTHOR.- Tynnyy. A.N., Candidate of Technical Sciences TITLE: n-ce of sulphiding on the Rate cf Wear of Metals PI-JUODICAL: Metallovedchiye i termicheskaya obrabotka metallov, 1961, No. 8. pp. 15 - 18 TEXT., The author investigated the resistance-to-wear and s6izing of metallic surfaces which have been treated in baths so as to produce a coating consisting of a compound of the FeS-type with a slight saturation of nitrogen and carbon in one case and a layer saturated primarily with nitrogen, carbon and a small quantity of sullphur, wh-Lch produce5 sulphides, in the other case. In investigating the neizing propert-ics by means of a 4-roll test machine, it "as found that even at a high load (210 kg) there was no disruption of the rtibbing surfaces or plastic deformation penetrating into the depth af the metal. For comparison, specimens were also tested which had not been subjected to sulphidation; the-se showed intensive plastic deformation and a rough surface eveii at much lower loads ~4 The load-carrying capacity wam found to increase with 6~647)4 2r 7 G 1129/61/000/008/00 1/015 Influence of Sulphiding li.'073/P-335 increasing contentg of sulphides in the surfaco layi!r. The wear-resistance under conditions of dry frict.ion vis well ns friction with lubrication showed that the rate of wear was higher for sulphided specimens than it was for unsix1phided ones. The time required for running-in was much shorter for sulphided specimens and after the running-in, the surfa.-e quality of the sulphided specimens was much higher. Under, all friction conditions, the surface quality of unsulphided components which rubbed against sulphided components was higher, Bettor results are always obtained if both rubbing stirfaces are gulphided. The products of wear of unsulphided surfaves corisist of inetallic particles of .-onsiderable size, whilst the products of wear of sulphided surfaces consist of oxides and of finer metallic: particles. C-3nsequently, sulphiding imprcves the surface quality of the rubbing pairs and leads to an incre'use in the area of contact, redu,--ing the acting specific pre_s~ures and wear, The diffusion of the sulphided layer into the tlepths of the metal during the process of wear was determined 1~y means of 35 S which wai; Card 2/4 26570 S/129/61/000/008/003/015 Influence of Sulphiding .... E'073/2335 introduced into the sulphiding bath in the form of active salts. The results show that diffusion of the sulphur increases with increasing pressure. The sulphides in the surface layer are a good adsorbent and absorb oxygen and other surface-active substances much more :Lntensively than pure metals. As a result of that, oxide films form which prevent direct contact between the metallic surfaces during dry friction. During friction with lubrication, the adsorption of surface-active substances from the lubricant also has a definite influence. In both ca5es, the surface- active substances reduce the energy of the metallic surfaces and facilitate dispersion of the metal and elastic flow of the surface layers. As a result, such a surface will have a higher ability to become finely disperse and, consequentLy, to wear away. However, the critical pressure of the beginning of intensive wear of such surfaces will increase. 'fliese factors have a strong influence at the initial momenL of operation of the rubbing surfaces, i.e. during running-in, when high local specific pressures occur at the contact points. In to being strong adsorbers, the sulphides have a addMI Card R 'Influence of Sulphiding .... 2()570 s/i2g/Wooo,'008/003/015 E073/E335 lower mechanical strength than the base metal and can be removed from the surface much more easily than particles of the base metal. This prevents plastic deformation and improves the quality of the rubbing surfaces. 'rhus, sulphi- dation ensures rapid running-in and a high surface quality after the running-in and high anti-seizing properties. The ability of sulphur to diffuse into the depth of the metal during the process of wear ensures that the sulphides are retained in the surface layer of the component over long periods during normal operation. LAbstracter's note - This is an abridged tranalotion] There are 3 figures and I table. ASSOCIATION: Institut mashinovedeniya i avtomatiki AIN UkrSSR (Institute of Machine Science and Automation of the AS Ukrainian SSR) Card'4/4 S/1347/62/000/00/C56/0651 A0061AI01 AUTHOR: Tynnyy, A. N. TITLE: Sulfonation and sulfocyanation are methods to increase the service life of machine parts PERIODICAL; Referativnyy zhurnal, Mletallurgiya, no. 8 19062, 118, abstract 81945 C'Nauchn. zap. In-ta maAinoved. i avtomatiki , All UkrSSR, Ser. mashinoved.1, 1961, v. 8, 177 - 183) TEXT-. The author presents results of Investigating the wear rpsistance, fatigue utrength and scoring-resistant properties of Ti-Cu-cast iron W friction (dry and greased) on a 45-grade steel disk, and of other metals in delivery con- ditions that had been sulfonated in a no. 2/6 NIIKhM4ASh bath and sulfocyanated In a no. 2 MAZ bath. The sulfonated and sulfocyanated metal surfaces have-a pcsitive effect upon the increase of-the service life of machine parts not only in ftiction but also during fatigue wearing operation, particularly in corrosion media. With higher corrosion attack of the medium the positive effect of sul- fonation on the endurance strength increases considerably. The author points to Card 1/2 3/137/62/000/008/056/065 Sulfonation and sulfocyanation are ... A006/A101 the necessity of studying sulfonation and sulfocyanation for the purpose of determining the extremal conditions in the use'of these methods, since they do not always raise the wear resistance. The wear resistance is not raised in the case of sulfonated parts operating at high slip rates (> 7 m/sec). This is con- nected with the rates of the sulfide film formation and its removal from the surface. There are 7 references. A. Babayeva [Abstracter's note; Complete translation] Card .212 a . - %l-;. .1. .1 t I - . ! ~~ -1 - , z - .- - -- . -. - - I I I : , I . 11 .- ~ 6 .. I ,1.. -"w lim"Wim-ammi W-011 VASILENKO., I.'.; Tv'~ MIKITISHIN S.I. .9 Method of Increasing the hardness of friction curfacea. ared,na svois, mat, no.3:151-154 164. (MIPA 17:10) MARKOVSKIY, Yf-vgt-,ijiy Adamo-,fich, kand.teklin. nauk; TIKEGINOVICH, .,,.dd-n Ivanc,.-ich, kan'. ~ekhun. nauk; TYINN'TY, A.!:*, kan6. . J h 2- ,~f nauk, retsenz,-ant [Radioactive testing of the wear of parts of internal combustion engines] Radioaktivnyi kontrol iznosa detalei dvizatelei vnutrennego sgoraniia. Kievo Tekhnika, 1965. 74 p. (MIRA 18:10) ~-401 SOSIIKOJ- A.I.~ T ~ _~ ~?TYI, ~.N.; GUDIWV, M.M. Durability and fracture mechanism of polymethyl methacrylate under the effect of working media. Fiz.-khIm. mekh. mat. 1 no.5:507-511 165. (MIRA 19-1) 1. Fiziko-mekhanicheskiy institut AN UkrSSR, LIvov. Submitted April 20P 1965. ~ '" I L _13P17-66 ?Wr(m)1ZWr(v)ANPQ)1T ii P (a) /PPl, WW/tM/T'nV ACC NR~ AP 364 '~CIUPCE CODE: l.R./(,30q/65/001/005/n5l4--/051.5 AUTHOR: Soshko, A. 1. _ynnVy A-11. ORG: Physics-engineering Institue, AN UkrSSR, Llvov (Fiziko-mekhanicheskipl, instITUY-AW UkrSSR) TITL8$ The effect of residual stresses on the nature of the failure of amorphous vitreous polymers in liquid media SOURCS: Fiziko-khimicheskaya mekhanika materialov, v. 1, no. 5, 1965, 512-5151 TOPIC TAGS: amorphous polymer, nolymer structure, solid mechanical property, polystyrene, mechanical stress, internal stress, comprossive stress ABSTRACT: The present article investigated thefollowing: 1) the ef f e, t of is- the technology of the preparation of RaLt2tyreq!r/and polymet~y aTtl~~~e/ on the magnitude and nature of the residual stresses in these materials, and 2) the effect of residual stresses in 'the process of failure of PS and PMNIC subjected simultaneously to load and to working media. The tests showed that residual coppression stresses appear in the surface layers of the PS speci- mens, and tension stresses inside the specimens. In all cases (about 100 specimens were tested) the internal cracks propagate uniformly along the working part of the specimen, and with further application of the load brittle failure occurs (the tests were made at room temperature). Data on the Cord 1/2 L :L3o17-66 NR: AP5028364 IIM~Cecchanical properties of the MC specimens show that the strength character- istics of specimens treated bV special methods remain practicalIV constant when tested in the air,:nc%.jn a medium. This aLaV be attributed to the fact that the residual stre esAf compression obtained on the surfaces of the specimens as a result of the heat treatment prevent the formation of cracks. Orig. art. hast 2 figures and I table. SUB CODRI 11 SUBM DATEs IOApr6S ORIG ROPt 007 Card 2/j -y IV .... ..... ... IT Am i NOMMMANSIM 'ROLUBvV-.1 TYNOVA Hormone therapy of hypsarrhytI=i& tn childhood. Cesk.neurol. 127 no.2:87-91 Mr#6,4. -1. Neurologicke oddeleni detske fatultni nemocilice v Brne; vedouci: MUDr. V.Holub. CZECHOSLOVAKIA HOLUB, V., DID; TYNOVA, L., MD. Neurological Ward of the Children's Paculty Hospital (Neurologicke oddeleni detske fakultni nemocnice), Brno Prague, Prakticky lekar, No 8, 1963, PP 301-305 "Brain Tumors in Children and Their Present Diagnosis." aim, J.; DUBAC, Zd.; MOVA , L Psychic & nervous changes in a nonchoreic form of rheumatism. Gesk. pediat. 13 uo.2:116-118 Mar 58. 1. Neurologicko-psychiatricke oddeleni Krajoke detske nemocnice T Brne, prednosta prim. MUDr Vaclav Holub. J. C. Krajaka det. nem., Brno, Gernopolni 2..' (RHZMTIC TRY , compl. neurol. & psychic in nonchoreia type in child. (Cz)) HOLUB, V., MUDr.; TYNDVA, L.. MUDr. Hypoplasia ausculorum univarsalis conganita of Krabbe. Cask. padiat. 11 no.8:621-625 Aug 56. 1. Neurologicko-psychiatricke oddalant Krajoke detake namocnice v Brna. pradn. primar MUDr, Vaclav Holub. (MUSCLES, ate. bypoplasia, congen., clin. manifest. !a child (Cz)) KALAB, Zd.; -TMQVAg-L._ Degeneration of the gray corebrospinal matter in shildbood. Cesk. pediat. 16 no.6:489-495 Jo 161. 1. Neurologicks oddolexi krajoke detake nemocnies v Br-As, prednosta MUDr. Vaelav Holub. (BRAIN dia) YVI C) CA75 t 4T,6 A W 112.2V.342,5 atsub Tymow*ld The Effects of Temperlpa, the properties at. 8 .,WPIYW *dPUSBO=la n8 wlamokf 9W 1 0 sUI&Wrie ba(nItycznejII. Hutak MI ", 1958, &V. 133.-142, 28 f Igo., I The dbemical cGimposMan of 4h9 steel crades coveced by the In-; ~Vetvjwt4on wed as fQWM, Grade of COMPOSITION ( percent) steel C Un 51 P I S Cr NI UO to 0.37 0.74' 0.32 0.007 0.021 0.92 O.U . 0.61 0.28 O-OtO 0-01S 0.86 0.20 0.14 g 0.42 0.77 0.35 1 0.011 '0.012 1.19 1.37 0.16 37RS L 0.37 0.40 1.02 0.022 0.012 1.39 0.12 - .j kwestigations on The stambdure, the sbrangth, and othee properties of the four steed grades after Wftennal hardening followed by temparInjr,; 'Ied $a cerotain o6nduskm regarding tbe behavkKw of these steels when' the *eatnvx* was applied delilwateir or acxidmtelly; 1) when tbe _A7 hardness end ft tertsile strength of steel of batnitic stnxture after lem-! pering4s always reduced more raVidly than In iho case of steel bar-: dened to 4ax te, though the 37 HS steel does not, in these pro- parties. differ from )marttensite steel; 2) the limit of plasticity In bainitic structmes 13 alWays loxer than In tempered nurtensite or in sorbUle 4imsetures, and this condItion Is not chanced by 4ampering; Y Z .3) after-hardening., the plastlMir of steel as measured by ebangation strid. po the Tereouction of the croS3-sectlonal aren, Increases tc~cther with the Increase of' the 4emperinj tempmature, eithough, ot low tempering temperattrre3 the Teduction of bross-sectional aTca of bakiltic structures only very slightly better thart that, of tempered rhartensite sivel. while higher Isothermal treatment temperatures gre.TI-TY-Worsen the reckwHon-of-area characteristic of b3initic steel; 4) tempering at tem- peratures of 350--450*C. may In scme caSc3 greatly reduce the Impad strength *f stc-O. ta~ ,-!'YNOVSKIY,,..A.A,.,(,Tynovlkyi, A.A.] DL ). Dop. AN LTILSR no.12: Quasi- L-analyticity of the class GjMM 1548-1551 161, (MIRA 16:11) 1. ChernovitBkiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. Predstavleno akademikom AN UkrSSR Yu.A. Mitropollskim [Yqtropol's1kyi, IU.0.). iv LY ty 1 60) SO.V/21-59-7-4/25 AUTHOR: Tynovalkyy, A..A. (Tynovskiy, A. A.), TITLE: A Generalization of Taylor's Formula PERIODICAL: Dopovidi Akademii Nauk Ukrainslkoi R7R, 19591 Yr 7o pp 708-711 (UkrSSR) ABSTRACT: The folloyi~pg formula is derived 9-1 q, 0) ~ 1-~ 1)- 4 ( :;, I ) T r&~ W E L .0 K L ii ) ~r .4t (r- which simultaneously generalized both the Taylor Pang formula \6 J-,% -R 't ( /,.. ,< I-) ct - i a' 4 ( x -) L~-- ~x*- CAX j and the L-formula of Taylor M.7. Page Card 1/3 SOV//21-59-7-4/25 A Generalization of Taylor's Formula 4 X; x 6) here is 1, an ordinary linear differential operator ID "V% --d.- \ ~-A Z + PO ( X) (D Z, C h ) ) Pk W is k times continuously differentiableY'nf a,b) (k = 0. 1 n-1 ); ~O J e - If b); K(x,t) is the Cau- chy-Greene function of L; TJ,.,Is an intergraloperator with a conjugate kernel K *(x,t) = K(t,x) inverse to the conjugate operator Lk with zero initial values at points Y y(x), z(x)] is the Tangrange parenthe- als of L XA ~[Y(AZ(A)Jq - f (Z (X) L', (A)- I M 1~ W 4 Tte work was done under the supervision of M.K. Page. There are 16 mathematic formulas and 2 Soviet referen- Card 2/3 ces S01V21'-59-7-4/25 A Generalization of Taylor's Formula ASSOCIATION: obprnivetslkyy derzhavnyy universitet (cliernoytoy State University) PRESENTED: B.V. Gnedenko, Member AS,UkrS9R SUBMITTED: February 17, 1959 Card 3/3 KISEIEVI T.; DIORDITSA, A.; T).DJURIS., E.; CHOGOVADZE, G.; BEGMATOVA, S.; GAPUROV,, M.; KMHAROV, A. The entire country participates in foreign tr9de. Vneah. torg. 43 no.12: 6-12 163. (MIRA M2) 1. Predsodatell Soveta. Ministrw Belarmakoy SSR (for Kinelev). 2. Pred- sedatell Soveta Miniatrov Moldavskoy SSR (for Diorditsa). 3. Zamestitell Predsedatelya Sovete. Ministrov Estonskoy SSR (for Tyinris). 4. Zamesti- tell Predeadatelya Soveta Ministrov Gruzinakoy SSR (for Chogovadze), 5. Zaimeati,*tell Predsedatelya Soveta Ministrov Kirgizekoy SSR (for BOgr4RtOVa). 6. Predsedatell Soveta Ministrov Turkmanskoy SSR (for Gapurov). 7. ~rea- aedatell Soveta Ministrov Tadzh4skoy SSR (for Kakharov). TYNYAWI~j T I,,,jnzh.-kapitan I-ga ranga Status and ways of developmnt- of ship end aviaticn hydroatoustic equipment. Mor. sbor. 47 no,6:77-82 Je 164. (MIRA 18:7) VERZHIKOVSKIY, Anatoliy Pavlovich; GABIS, Nikolay Vladimirovich; KITAYEV, Nikolay MikJaaylovich; M"YAN&W,. Ivan Ignstlye ch; ,vi KHORBENKO, I.G., kapitan 2 ranga., red.; KUZ",,JN, I.F., tekhn. red. (Concise dictionary on radio electronics] Kratkii slovart po radioalektronike. Moskva, Voenizdatj 1964. 255 p. (MIRA 17:2) PHASE I BOOK EEPWITATION SOV/"4T Elektroshlakovaya, ovarka, (Blectroslag Welding ) 2d ed., rev. and wl, Moscow, Mashgiz, 1959. 4p6 p. Errata slip inbertem. 6,500 copies printed. Reviewer: 1.1. Zaruba, Candidate of Technical Sciences; Ed. (title page): B*Ye. Paton, Laureate of the Lenin Prize, Academician, Academy of Sciences USSR; Eds. (inside book): P.O. llrebellnik,, CaadidAt4 of Technical. Sciences, and G*D. TywjaW; Chief Ed. (Southern Division, Mashgiz)-. Y.K. Serdyuk, Engineer. PURPOSIt This book is intended for technical persann I studying the elactr6slag- W.ding process. I COVZR&(Mt The book contains information on the essentiale,, characteristic features,, and advantages of electroslag weldings Thermal and metallurgical charseterletics of the processes of electroslag welding and surfacing of steels and other metals am described. Also described are constructions Wwelftg equipwat and automatic- control systecqs for electroslag welding. The following persons yarticipated In writing the bd6k: Candidates of Technical Sciences O.Z. Voloshkovich., S*A. Ostrovskaya, D.A. Dudko,, I.K. Pokbodays, Yu, A# Sterenbcgeu,, G~Vo ZhemchuzhnIkov,, P.I. Be*o, B.I. Nedovar', and D&M. Rabkin; Engineers I.N. Rublevskiy,, Electrosleg Welding SOV/3947 and I.,V. Novikor., o.o. Rozeaerg, V,Po' Didkovskly, G.S. Tyagam-Belous; and B.Ye. Paton., Academician., Doctor of Technical Sciences, Launate of the ImUn PriZ*- There are 92 references: 86 Soviet, 5 German, and 1 EnO J sh.- TABLE OF CONTEITS: Preface to the Second Edition Preface to the First Edition 3 4 Cho I. Blectroslag Welding of Metals 7 1. Essentials of electroslag welding 7 2* Classification of the types of elbetroslag veldIng 13 3. Characteristic features of the electroslag process 18 4. rields of application of the electroslag process 20 Cho 11. romation of the Weld in Electroplag Welding 24 1, Generation and distribution of heat In electroslag welding 24 2* Propagation of heat in the parent inetal 29 3. Regimes of electroslag welding and their effect on the Shaps and dimensions of the weld 32 card 2/7 KOSMSKIY, Boris Ivanovich; PREYS, G.A., Imnd.tekhn.nauk, retsenzent; GCOW, N.L.. kand.takhn.nauk, red.; TMANIT, G.D., red. (Wear resistance of machine parts] Soprotivlenia iznashiveniiu detaloi mashin. Koskva, Gos.nsuchno-tekhn.izd-vo mushinostroit lit-ry. 1959., 478 p. (MIRA 13:4) (Mechanical wear) (Machinery) TYNIYANOV, N.Z.P kand. tekhn. nauk Relation between the productiveness af the stoping block and the l4bor consumed in the underground operations of mining ore. I Nauch. soob. IGD 15t44-48 162. (MIRA 17:2) TYNIYANOV, N. Z., CAND TECH SCIV IIINVE;TIGATIO OF -u44A,7;,, tA i, , 4vi-tu - BREAKING BY MEANS OF --S64&r&S IN WORKING ORE 4=~49 A /hl-a BOD I ES OF 'J4*e*A" TH I CKNES 5 IM MATROSOV (MAGADANSKAYA OBLAST)*" (MIN OF HIGHER AND SEC SPEC OF NONFERROUS METALS IM IA. 221). V"uU ON THE,-4" OF 49WE M I NE Moscow, 1961. RSFSR9 KRASNOYARSK INST 1. KALININ)* (KL9 3-61t 274 TYNYANav,_j.,N-, -, FILIPPOV9 A.N., inzh. _7 inzh. j Selecting the diameter of a turret fapd socket. [Nauch. trudYl EYLOWHa 3:109-116 160. (KMA 3-4: -1) (Power presses) MAGAZINE11, V.V.; ZrtYANQV_.., - N.N.; FUIRIN, I.N.; VIAKOVSKIY, G.M., Imn., retsenzent; ZLOTNI-KOV,S.L., red. (Operatinn of single-crank single-acting presses] E'C's- pluatatsiia odnokrivoshipnykh pressov proatogo deistviia. Moskva, Mashinostroenie$ 1964. 124 p. (MIRA 17:7) TYNYANOV, V.N. Characteristics C-f selecting gear ratio.corrections for two- and four-crank presses, Kuz.-shtam. proizv. 4 no.3:24-35 Mr 162. 1 0-9RA 15-3) (Power pressea) (Gearing) 4V I'd Z9 ~ gag ,- s 1 5 I Jq ~44 i . .2 2 1M J1 1;2 d8i u- g 14' all Id Jig q 1 411i a 214 U .9 0:0 TYNYANOV, V.N. Greater accuracy in CalcUlatiAg the contact strength of transmission gears on mechanical power presses, Kuz.-shtam. proizv. 4 n0-53 26-30 Yq 162, (MIRA 16:5) (Power presses) (Gearing-TableB, oalculations, etc.) Calculating the shape and size factor for the engagement of gear drives of two- and four-crank presses. Kuz.-ohtam. proizv. 5 no.1:14-18 Ja 063, (MIRA 16:3) (Power presses) (Gearing-Tables, calculations, etc.)