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S119LV611000100610501077 D201/D302 AUTHOR: _T YI-It -in -I I -I. - I- T IM E Radioelectronic method of laminar z~nd volurac radio- g r ap hy P E KI 10 D I C~ LReferativnyy zhurnal. Avtomatik'a i radiocleh.tronika, no. 6, 1961, 6, abstract 6 E36 (Elektronika v medit- sine, M.-L., Gosenergoizda'U, 1960, 361-376) 0 TEXT: A method is considered of intc-rpreting a radiograi'.1 obtained from X-raying a certain object by plane X-ray in a certain prc:scrib- ed manner. The block diagram of a computer arr,:ngement for this pur- pose is suggested. The X-ray photorraph is scanned by a light becut. 'rom a low after-glow CRT. The receiver is a photoelectron imulti- plier, The output of the latter is applied to the input of Cn ana- logue computer i.dth an integrator as its bassic clement, New diag- C.3 nostic, possibilities of this method zxe considered. Z_',,J_)str_-cter's note: Complete translatior,2 Card 1/1 inzh.; FROLKIN, V.T.; 14A, TYUTIN A.At MUS, G.V. In regard to V.T.Frolk-in and G.V.14arkus' article. Izv. vys. u--heb. zav.j radiotekh. 4 no.113-18-119 Ja-F 161. (MIRA L4,*-4) 1. Institut elektrotekhniki AN USSR (for T tin). (Amplifiers (Electronics) 31981 S/142/61/004/004/002/018 C/ 0) E192/E382 AUTHOR: Tvutin. A.A. TITLE- Determination of the parameters of an equivalent quadripole by means of a multipole circuit matrix PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy, Radiatekhnika, v. 4, no. 4, 1961, 398 - 405 TEXT: A method is considered of calculating the parameters of an equivalent quadripole by using the parameters of the matrix of the original circuit (network). This is based on the principle of separating the group of m coordinates from a set of n independent coordinates. It is assumed that a multipole (original) network is described by a matrix of generalized parameters W . The relationship between the dependent and independent variables of the system can therefore be described by the matr:Lx equation: Q = WX (2) where Q is the column matrix of the independent variables (drive vector), Card 1/4 Determination of the .... 31981 s/i42/61/oo4/oo4/oo2/oi8 E192/E382 X is the column matrix of the dependent variables (unknown vector) and W is the square matrix of the order n of the generalized parameters of the network. If m independent coordinates are separated from n independent coordinates and n-m components of the drive vector Q are equal to zero, the matrix equation of the system is in the following form: QQ = W, X1 (gq) where Q1 is a new drive vector identically equal to Q , since only m of the n components of the vector Q are not equal to zero, X1 Is an m-dimens.ional vector whose components are to be determined, W1 is the normalized matrix which can be determined from the formula- Card 2/4 31981 S/142/6i/oo4/oo4/002/018 Determination of the .... B192/2382 W, = W11 - W12W22- 1 W21 (3) Matrices WiK in the above can be determined from the original matrix W by separating Its first m rows and columns by vertical and horizontal lines. Eq. (3) is used for determining the.formulae for evaluatingf'the equivalent parameters of the quadripoles. A common-base'quadripole (tiree-terminal network) is first considered and formulae for its normalized matrix are derived. The same procedure Is followed for an interconnecting quadripole and the resulting formulae are used to determine the parameters of an equivalent quadripole on the basis of the admittance matrix of the original network. It is shown that if the equivalent circuit is in the form of a common-base quadripole, its equivalent parameters coincide with the corresponding elements of the normalized matrix. On the other hand, if the circuit is in the form of an interconnecting quadripole, calculation of the equivalent parameters is4arried out in two stages: first, the elements of the normalized matrix W1 are determined and, Card 3/4 31981 s/142/6i/oo4/oo4/0o2/ol8 Determinatton of the .... E192/E382 secondly, the parameters of the equivalent quadripole are evaluated from the normalized matrix. There are 2 figures and 3 Soviet references. ASSOCIATION: Kafedra radioperedayushchikh ustroystv Kiyevskogo ordena Lenina polltelchnlcheskogo Instituta (Department of Radio-transmitting Equipment of Kiyev Order of Lenin Polytechnical Institute) SUBMITTED: July 1, 1960 Card 4/4 TYUTINP L.A. Concerning a certain method for reducing mmItiterminal networks to an equivalent foux-termiz3al network. Radiotekhnilm 17 no.3:10-19 mr 162. (MIRA 15:2) 1. Deystvitelinyy chlen Nauchno-tekhnicheakogo obshchestva radiotekbniki i elektroavyazi imeni Popova. (Electric networks) (Equivalent circuits) TOLIMANCHUK, L.F.; j'YYLIN, A.A. Inveroe function generator using diode elements, IZV, VY0. ucheb. zav.; radiotekh. 6 no.1:24-32 Ja-F 163. (Mipa 16'3) 1. Rekomendovana kafedroy vycbislitellnoy thkhniki Kiyevskogo ordena Lenii* politekhnicheskogo instituta. (Oscillators, Transistor) (Pulse tecbni4ues (Electronics)) 0 A L NESTERENKO, A.D. (Kiyev); KARFENKO, V'P. (Klyev); UUTIN, A,% [Iiutln, A.0.1 (Kiyev) Convergence and oensitivity of four-arm bridge c1rcultI3. Avtowtyka 9 no,6s64-68 16.4. (MIRA 18:1) TYUTINP A.A* DetermAnation and use of secondary paraMtAra in the mctlod of subsidiary circuits, Mat. mod, i elek. tsepi nu.1:226-237 163. (MMA 16:11) TURKIN, AX, inzhq-Tffljj& 'Yev., inzh. Operation of feed pumps with superhigh pressures and hydraulic clutches. Elek. sta. 33 no.7:21-27 Jl 162. (MIRA 15:8) (Electric power plants-Equipment and supplies) (Pumping machinery, Electric) 171 824-36 S/102/60/000/02/03/005 16,6900 C111/C222 AUTHOR: Tyutin, A.0. TITLE: ComRuting Amplifie for a Specialized Integrator With Periodization of.the Solution PERIODICALs Avtomatika , 1960, No. , PP-50-61 TEXTs For the experiments-carried out according to the method of Tatel-l-baum, S.I., Corresponding Member of the Academy of Sciences Ukr.SSR (Rof. 1) the author uses a wide-band computing amplifier described by D.M. Mae-Kay (Ref.2) and P. Davis (Ref. 3). In the present paper the author-gives a theoretical investigation of the device. The author's investigation method bases on the consideration.of the transient responses as well as on the consideration of the-especial problems of the device, e.g. performance of mathematical operations at video signals. The method of V.S. Sigorskiy (Ref. 4) is used and recommended to be especially effective. The author proposes a scheme for the calculation of the device for a prescribed linear'range of varia tions of the output voltage and the boundary frequency of the working range. Card 1/2 Computing Amplifier for a Specialized S/10 82436 C 111 Y60/000/02/03/005 Integrator With Periodization of the C222 Soluti-on- There are 4 figures and.10 references : 6 Soviet-ar.'. 4 American. ASSOCIATIONs Institut elektrotekhniky AN URSR (Electrotechnical of the -Academy of Sciences Ukr SUBMITTED: 07ctober 12, 1958 stitute Card 2/2 TYUTIN, F.G.; Prc fi 1 e an'.; tal, gas !?ta+,(-n of boreholes. Trudy ~q.;~T 7~~- dZej~g.4 - 1. Labcra to-,-iya gcrnc,?,~ cl,~ 7 vatel Iskogo 1 nstil tu t-- I c~ze:ij TYUTIN, P.G. Noscow) Changes in mechanical strength of coal depending on the time of degasification caused by free liberation of gas, Izv. AN SSSR. Otd.tekh.nauk no.8:147-149 Ag 158. (MIIIA 11:9) 1. Institut gornogo isla Akademii nauk SSSR. (Coal-Tasting) Some preliminary findings on the opening of the gasified span of experimental gas producer No. I at the Lisichansk "Podzemgaz" Station. Podze-i.g&A.ugl. no.4:11-15 '57. (MIRA 11:1) l.Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-isaledovatellskiy Institv.t Podzemgaz. (Lisichanak-Coal gasification, Underground) TYUTIN, F.G. Gas as agent reducing the mechanical strength of the coal seam during its hydraulic fracturing. Podgem.gao.ugl. no*2-'51-54 fen (MINk 12:9) ~- 7. 1. Vsesovusnyy nauchno-insladovatellskiy i proyel-trqy institut podzennoy garifikatiIii ugley's (Gases in rocks) (Hydraul,ic mining) (Coal gasification, Underound) TUT IN, F. G. _ 4.0114- ~ ' uhanges In the mechanical strength of coal along stopee as can- nocted with gas drainage from seano. Ugol' 34 no.4:48-52 Ap '59. (Coal--Testing) (Mine gases) (MIRA 12:7) OA TMIN, F. G. Cand Tech Sci -- (disis) "Variation 4f the mechanical pwip 0, V'kA~J,94-'N t " a ;. i~~ strength of coal imm*4; its rpa-;;r--a-ti-on--4-m4!~i ~ga " Mas, 1959. 17 pp e- (Inst of Mining,A cad Soi USSR), 150 copies (KL, .4-A-59, 115) ,all -35- TTUTIN, F.G. Underground investigation of the hydraulically fractured zone along the 17 soan at the Lisichansk "PodsemgasN Plant. Podzem. gaz.uglo no.4:22-25 '59. (MIRA 13:4) 1. Vuesopmnyy nauchno-iseledovatel'skiy inetitut Podzemgass. (Lisicliansk-Coal ganification, Under&ound) AUTHOR: T,-,~utin, F. G. (Moscow) SOV/24-5C-8-30/37 TITLE: Var 1 ility o f the IMLechanioal Strer6th of Coals Depen,.;-ME; on the Time they were Allowed to Become Degassed under Conditions of Free Gas Emission (Izmenyayemost' ~_,ekhamicheskoy prochnos~vi u6ley v zavisi:josti ot vremeni degazatsii ikz~ -.)ri svobodnom v,-idelenii .-asa) C, P.&RIODICAL: Izvestiya A-kademii Nauk SSSR Otdeleniye Tekhridichesklikh Nauk ('SSR) 1 19587 Nr 8, pp 147-140) U ABSITRACT: Althoup_h the question of sudden outbursts of coil and gas has been of special si~;nificance, -the quantitatfve side of the phenomenon has not boei-i sufficiently investi,.-atcd. The formulae dedu(,-ed in tiie 1..-.orks of S. A. Y_hr-';_,,tiLuiovich (Ref 6) and that of A. A. llikollskiy (Ref 3) do not account; foi- the fact bliat in some ingtances ',;h,-:, sudden outburst of ~;as anj coul would riot occur at all wid th!,,t it is necessary to talke into consideration the par~uieters, that characterize the variability of the strerit~bh of coal on its degasification. Consequently laboratory experiments (Refs 6 and 7) could not suffice as they did not reflect natural 6eoloE;ical and industrial pit-tiork conditiors. Cazd 1/3 In this paper -the author presents the results of experiments. SOV/24-58-8-50/37 Variability of the Mechanical 3trenSth of Coals DependinS on the Time they were Allowed to Becoiae Begassed under Conditions of Free Gas hbission obtained under natural conditions in shafts and conducted according to the method proposed by M.M. Protodyakonov (Ref 4). In Tables 1 and 2 are givea the names of shafts and the aggregates of the seams worked. The specimens of coal taken directly from the ccal face are termed "fresh", the others, taken after a lapse of tirae, differing in each particular instance are termed "degasified". Mathewatical relations are derived for calculatinS the jiechanical strength coefficients and graphs are included expressin6 the strength variation as a function of 'Uhe degassixib time. Eq.(6), p.140,, e-xpresses the relation between the strength coefficient of coal, the degassing time and the gas saturation. An increase in the strength of the coal with the progress of degassinb is due to a weakeninS of the wedFin6 effect of the molecules of the free and of the adsorbed gases on the walls of the fine cracks in the coal. With increasing gas removal the molecular forces of coheEJon L Card 2/3 between the walls of the micro-cracks become stronger SOV/24-58-8-30/37 Variability of the Mechanical Stren6th of Goals Dependin6 on the Time they were Allowed to Become Degassed under Coiditions of Free Gas Emission and this may lead to the closin6 up of these cracks. .L There are 5 f'~,ures, 2 tables and 8 referencesl all of which are Soviet. ASSOCTATION: Institut ~orno6o dela Akademii nauk &.SR (Institute of Tilinin6, Ac.Sc., USSR) SUBTAITTED: July 27, 1957 1. Coal--Mechanical properties 2. Coal--Degasification 3. Coal--Sampling 4. Coal--Test-results. 5. Mathematics Card 3/3 ~ I V & k- I 4;bo k' ., ;-~. ~F# G~.Cand Tech Soi -- (diss) mModlftostAan of certain mechanical is 'j Fth)C;hAl O~ +4,4iv ID-S-1 J, properties of coalSaeoerdint-to6"9---B'ituration,u444r-gariM Mos, 1956. 16 pp 20 cm. (Inst of Mining Industry, Aced Soi USSR), 100 copies (KL, 14-67, 87) -23- TYUTIVI-F.9 Distribution and state of alag and filling material in burnt-out arena. Podzens gas, ugl. no. 2:25-31 158- (HIILA 11:7) 1. Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-isaledovatellskiy institut Podzengaz. (Coal gasification. Underground) VASILIYEV, K.F.; TYUTIKOV, G.T. Method of calculating pressure hydraulic coal conveying recommended by the All-Union Scientific Hesearch and Design and Construction Institute for Hydraulic Coal. Mining. Trudy VNIlGidrouglia no.4:66-72 164. (MIRA 18:3) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchrio-issledovatellskly i proyok,*,no- konstruktorskiy institut dobychi. uglya gidravlicheskim sposobom. TYUTIN, I., inzh. Dr7 cargo motorship "Novyy Donbass." Mor.flot 22 no.12:37-38 D 162. (KRA l5sl2) 1. Upravleniye po zakazam i nablyudeniyu za stroitellstom flota Ministerstva morskogo flota. (Freighters) TYUTIN, I., starshiy inzli. New parisable-dz7-goods freighter. Mor. flot 21 no.9:2-829 s 161. 0,11R; 14:9) 1. Upravleniye po zakazam i nablyudeniyu za stroitelletvom flota Minlaterstva morakogo flota. (Shius--Cargo) [Electromagnetic pumps for liquid metals) Elektromagnitrye nasoBy dlia zhidkikh metallo-v. Rigap Izd-vo Akad. nauk Latviiskoi SSR,, 1959. 113 p. tables (in pocket) (KIRA 14:8) (Pumping machinery, Electric) (Liquid metals) T/61 7) a/ /, r. ALATORTSEY, S.A., nrof., doktor telchn.nauk-, jUUMEY, A.V., I-jind.tekhn. nauk; ANCILITIOV, I.L., inzh.: Bal]ISKIY, S.I., inzh.; BELOUSOV, V.G., inzh.; VIHITITSM, K.Ye.,,; VLASOV, Y.M., inzh.; VORONTSOV, N.P., knnd.tekkui.nauk; GIPS~Wl, H.K., inzh.; GLUZMAHt I.S., kand.teldui.nauk; (YJRIYXV, S.V., kand.tetdm.nauk [deceased]; DEMIN, A.M.. kand.tekhn.nauk; TEGU11NOV, G.P., kand. tekhn.nauk; YWIMOY, I.R., inzh.; ZOKOV, L.I., kand.tekhn. nauk; ZWTOM, N.M.. inzh.; KO'U.ACiMV, M.H., Imnd.tekhn.nauk; KOTOV, A.F., inzh.; KUDINOV, G.P., inzh.,- LAPOVENKO, N.A., kand. tekha.nauk; MAZUROK, S.F., inzh.; MELINIKOV, N.V.; MUDRIK. N.G., inzh.-, NIKONOV, G.P., kand.tokhn.nouk; ORLOV, Ye.I., inzh.; POTAPOY, M.G., kand.takhn.nauk; PRISZDSKIY, G.Y., inzh.; RZHE'VSKIY, Y.Y., prof., doktor tekhn.nauk; RYAEHIK, V.I., kand. takhn.nauk; SIMON, B.A., kand.teklin.nauk; SITHIKOV, I.Ye., inzh.; SOROKIN, V.I., inzh.; STASIM, V.U.,; STAKWiVICH, Ye.B., inz-h.; SMCHNIIKO, A.A., inzh.; NIP- TYMOVaIY, L.G., inzh.-, FISENKO, G.L., kand.tekhn.naulr-; FbIlMaOT, B.M., inzh.; MUTLAYEV, M.G., inzh.; SlMSHKO, Ye 'F' " rof., dok-tor tokhn.naul:; TEUIGOREV, A.M., glavnyy -red. [decea,,dj; (Continued on next card) IMATORTSEV, S.A.--(continued) Card 2. KIT, I.E., zanestitell .-lovnogo red.; MM&qKO, Ye.F., zamestitell; BUGOST~IVSKIY, Yu.K., red.; BYKHOVMAYA, S.H., red.; D1011ISITLT, A.I., kand.telchn.nauk, red.; KOZIN, Yu.V.., red.; SOKOLOVSKIY' M.M., red.; YASEMOV, A.I., red.; DEMIDYUK, G.P., kand.tekhn.nauk, red.; KRIVSKIY, M.N., kand.tekhn.nauk, red.; LYUBIMOV, B.N., inzh., red.; MOLOKANOV, P.L., inzh., red.; REISH, A.K., inzh., red.; RODIONOV, L.Ye.. kand.tekhn.nauk, red.; SGA- VUTSKIY, S.O., inzh., red.; TRAMWi, A.I., inzh., reel.; TRYHOV- SKIY, L.G., inzh., red.; FIDELEV, A.B., doktor tekhn.nauk, red.; SHMOV, A.M., kand.teldm.nauk, red.; TER-IZRAEL'YAJI, T.G., red. 12d-va; PROZOROVSUYA, Y.L., tokhn.rod.; KONDRATlYINA, M.A., ,(Continued on next card) ALATORTSET, S.A.--(continued) Card 3. [Mining; an encyclopedic dictionary] Gornoe delo,- entsiklo- pedicheglcii spravachnik. Chleny glav. red.A.I.Baranov i dr. MoBkya, Gos.nauc!,no-tekhn.izd-vo lit-ry po gornomu delu. Vol.10. [Minin-- coal deposits by the open-cut method] Razrabotka, u_-ol'nykh mostorozhdenii otkrytyra aposobom. Redkollegiia toma; IT.Y.Mollnikov i dr. 196o. 625 P. (MIRA 13-2) 1. Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Kellnikov). (Coal mines and mining) (Strip mining) TTqIN .11 ekhnil-. Dellivek,V, oil to cutouts and transformers under pressure, 3nergetik 5 no,6:19-21 Je 157. (MLRA 10:7) (Fiectric mtoute) (Mlectric transformers) TTUTIN, I.S. Motorships of the type "Beloretak." Bi4l. telch.-ekon.inform. Takh. upr. Min. mor. flota 7 no.5128-36 162. (KMA 160) 1. Starshiy inzhener Upravleniya po zakasam i nablyudeniy-u za stroitallstvom flota. (Motorships~' S/0056/64,/047/005/Ia26,/Ie28 ACCESSTW NR: AP5000339 'Gap: 0110vev, IIIJILEzi inelastic scatt erinq of- rieutrinos~ by deuterons ;3'.OURC2: Zhurnal eksperimental'noy i teoreticheskoy fiziki, v. 47, -io. 5, 1964, 1826-1828 TOPIC TAGS- neutrino, deu-eron scatterLng, inel&stic scattering, differential cross section RSTRII~:T. Ln view of the D'hysical feai;ibility of low-onercly experi.- U.Ls dealinq with the possible existettee i:.f a neutral- 1-.,cL:!_rIro cur- rent in the universal weak-interaction Hamj.'tonian, th.-~ authors use -~tion for the cross sc CCI~C: L 165066 51 NR AP500033,9 as N-,. appr il6wed- afid --farbi oximatidfis of - thea idderi- trArisitions, resulting from the expansion of the exponential in the matrix element, are the samiv- as for f3 decay. Plots of the differentiaL cross secti.on as -a furvztion of the relative energy of mation and -:ables of the cross sections as functions of the total reaction energy are presented. "Vie authors thank 1. S. Shapiro ~--or interest and for valuable ad- vice. One of the auth_0_rS_TFU-(-,.,, is grateful to L. A. Mikaelyan, V. G. Vaks, and A. 1. Larkin of the for interesting discussions." oriq. art. hits: 2 figures, 3 formulas, and 2 tables. ASSOCIATIM.-Wone SUBMTTED.- 30Apr64,. EUCL: 00 SUWCODE: UP MI REF SOV: 006 OTHER., 003 Card 2/2 - , '.. , , , `z . ; , ~ Yt 1 ,, f 1 .1 ,1 ~ I.T . Inela3tlc acatte.:-ng of nel-tr4r, cT, li~:uterrjno. Thur. -' -,,; --. r . z j - - . . fiz. 47 nc-5:11826,182F !.' I i'll, . " -! -, ~, ~-, P, : - I - 4 ; AID N37., 99P-17 23. Jtme INDUCMD RA DIATIVE, PROCESSES IN C LA' .3 )SICA L AND QUANTUM THFORMES (USSR) Sobellmant 1. 1., and J. V. Tyutin. Uspekhi fizicheskikh nauk, v. 79, no. 4, ..-.Apr 1963, 595-616. S/053/63/079/004/002/004 It is shown that although induced emission is not a pure quantum effect, In the i---r'quaEd-;e1assica1lirnit the transition-from-quantum -formulas Is quite.unique- In particular, there Is no classical analogue to the quantities determining the In- -ducod"ert th--alb ------ point out -that- jission-power and e sorr ionpower. their analysis -of induced emIssion in terms of classical theory is warranted by. the recent inter est in masers and becaus e a g ene r a 1 clas sical theory for the-interaction of radiation of nonlinear oscillators with the field was never fully developed, The article deals with a s, .1stematic development of the clas- aical theory of radiative processes, compares -In dotail the classical theory with the quantum theory, and shows ibut under certain conditions clasn_~ical [CS1 systerns can amplify incidont radiation. Card 1/1 SOBELIMAN, I.I.; TYUTIN, I.V. Induced radiation processes in the quantum and classical theories. Usp. fiz. nauk 79 no.4:595-616 Ap 163. (.MIRA 16:3) (Radiation) (Qnantum theory) UKHAROVp V..I.;._ Y 'IT I L- The Adsmollo--~stto theorem for an arbitrarl SU(")-natiplet * IM. fiz. 2 no.4:705-7(r) 0 165. (MIRA 18:11) 1. Institut teoreticheskoy I eksperimentalynoy fiziki Gossudarst- vi:mnogo kamiteta po ispollzovani-yu atmnoy energii SESSR. TYUMT, 71 'Ar'lon-bex7mi at Tgd. riz. 2 ` 21 N 165, teoret-i kolnitfi;",V. L F_WT(m)/T/E??A(m)-,2 AM 10i AP5028020 13OURCH CODEt uK/OA86/65/o02/ 0 T AUMOR: Zakhar6v,-'i.' T. V# W-1 n ORG none TMEs.. Effect of mass splitting within the-barym octet on IRP scattering SOURCE: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy I teoreticheakoy Miki. Fialms Y redRktalyu (Prilozhenlye), v. 2, no. 8. 1965P 383-38T TOPIC TAM quantum electradynamics, strong nuclear interaction, tqtrange particle, bavron ABSTPACT: The authors shown that an account of the baryon m-asu difference! can quall- tatively change the baryon-baryon scattering picture even If the Influence of broken unitary symmetry is neglected. This is Illustrated with the two-channel ~1) sratter- ing reaction with zero spin Ap - Ap; Ap - (E3)Tul/2# wbere,(FN)T-1/2 -,ft73 ep th P E'n, as an example. A simple model of he interact on to considered, with unitary symmetry and zero force radius. It in shown that In the limit of SUM sym- metry there is only one common level In the systems Ap and (EN)fr,1/2- If these sys- tems are analyzed in the same manner even after account to taken of the mass differ- encep there are no grounds for expecting the level to be located at one of the threnh-1; oldsj or the appearance of two levels (In Ap and (EN)T,1/2 scattering). The existence of a virtual Ap level In the model In question can be explained on,11 by the fact thAt the Interaction Is resonsnt In some Irreducible representatAons of 80(1) - Such a Card .1/2 L ACC NR, APW28020 character of the interaction is natural if there exists some higher trmnetry of In- teremtion,, for example Su(6) or SU(8), where the different SUN representations are unified in a single supermultiplet. Although inclusion of terms corresponding to the effective scattering radiusp which are sinall in the real case,, could greatly change the derivationsp It Is seen even from the discussed example tbwb the breaking of uni- tary symmetry in the baryon masses can (Vialitatively change the BB-scattering picture obtained In the SUM-symmetry approximtion. Authors are grateful to Is ft. Kok-!, zarev for numerous useful discussions. Origo art, has: 5 formulaso SIM C ODEt 20/ MM PATEI OlSeO5/ ORIG MW: 005 C~urd :a* us,*R/ Miscellaneous Botany lam -17/ Pub. 86~ 40 Aithors 1: Tyutin.. M. G. WX T STropical fruit Nriodical sPriroda. 3*91-92, Mar 1954 Abstract- I The plantings of tropical fnAt trees (Solanum muricatun). imported from Peru and other South Americim couatrieso Is announced. Institution The Scientific Testing Station.. Simferopol Submitt ed TYUTIN, M.G. ,T, Tropical fruit (Solam, muricatum). Priroda 1,3 no-3:91-92 Mr 154. (MLRA 7:3) 1. Simferopol'skaya opytno-selektsionnayn stantsiya. (Tropical fruit) 1. TYUTIN, M. %G. 2. US3.R (600) 4. Sweet Potatoes 7. The sweet potato, a forgotten crop. Sad i og. no. 11, 1952. r~ . 0 9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, March -1953, Uncl. 11 I il I A L U1~2-66 W(l)/EWT~W (~)/EWP(b) 'IJP(a) AT/JD/JVI ACC NR: AP6000889 S OUR CHCODE: UR/ o18l/65/007/ W/3682/3684 !AUTHORS: Arkhangel'skaya, V. A.; Nikitinskaya, T. I.; TvLti M. S ..~__TORG: none--- TITLE: Effect of oxygen on the Ionic conductivity of fluorite crystals SOURCE: Fizika tverdogo-tela, v. 7, no. 12, 1965, 3682-3684 ITOPIC TAGS: calcium fluoride, electric conduct'vityj impurity con- ji ductivity., crystal lattice vacancy, temperature dependence 5 ABSTRACT: -The authors report an obaerved change in ionic conductivit; 2. lof GILF2 aryatals when ions are Introduced in the lattico. The procedure and research apparatus were described in earlier papers by ione of the authors (Nikitinskaya, FTT v. 1, 835, 1959; v. -5, 3224, 11961). The investigations were made at temperatures 350 --'.650K, in !a region where the conductivity of CaF is.sensitive to structure. 2 Card 1/2.- ripa22-66 ACC NR: AP6=889 0 'The temperature dependence of the ionic conductivity of CaF, with or 3+ 3+ SM3+ :!;without rare-earth impurities (Er Ho and Dy3-), in con- :cent-rations up to 1.0 mol.% , can beo described ~y the relation cr = a ;exp (-u/kT), where u = 23 kcal/mole = 1.0 ev for all the investigated ,samples. The fact that impurities do not affect the varlation of the ,conductivity Indicates that in the temperature region 350 -- 600K the conductivity is governed by anion vacancies, and not by.interstitial 2- Ahions. These vacancies are in all probability produced by the 0 ~introduced in the crystal. The presently available data are insuf- ~~ficient to explain all the results. Orig. cart. has: 2 figuref) and 11 formula. ~SVB CODE: 20/ SUBM DATE: lOju165/ ORIG REF: 005/ OTH REF: 005 Card 2/2, ,r7 PA 2,'1,Lr'Y!1~ USM/Engineering 00 t 48 Automobiles Trucks - Performance "A Few Observations on the GAZ-51 Aatomobilmi" W. Tyatin."'., 1.~ IreznI fr. - Engineers; ~ ip t"Atrt omo-bil,!Yc -c Noi,10! -Thwebde no doubt that the GAZ-51 is a better truck than tho6e manufactured in foreign countries for similar purposes. Truck operates well as a unit. However, individual parts need improvement. Per- formance of axles, particularly for front vhpele, must be improved. FM 28/49T18 I F-4 I TYUTIN, P., podpolkovnik. Electrified model showing the operating diagram of devices for night vision. Voen.vest- 37 no.10:74-76 o '57. (MIRIL 10:12) (Infropd rays) (Night vision) TYUTIWp P.I.; KOZHEVVIKOVA, le.p. (Sverdlovsk) Use of a petrographic method for the study of minerf-1 particles in animal tissues and urine after the introduction of quartz- containing dusto Arkh,pat. 23 no-4854-61 161. (MI11A 14:6) 1, Iz kafedry patofiziologii (zav. - prof. Ya.G. Uzhanekiy) Sverdlovskogo meditsinskogo instituta (dir. - prof. A.F. Neiev) i Berezovskoy opytnoy stantsii po bor'be s silikozm (dir. N.N. Liberm= Ldeceased)) Inatituta gigiyeny truda i proftabolevaniy AM1q SSSR (dir. - deystvitelln3ry chlen AMN SSSR prof. A.A. latavet). (FOREIGN BODIES) (LUNGS-DUST DISEASES) TYUTIN, P.I., petrcgraf Using the petrographic method to determine the minar composition, dis- persion, and specific surface of dustB. Sbor. rab, pcx. ailik. no.3; 147-153 261. (MIRA 15:10) 1. Berezovskaya.opytanaya nauchno-issledovatellskVa atantsiya po borlbe s o~l$kozom Instituta gigiyeny truda. i professionallnykh z0olovaniy AAW SSSR. (Mine dusts-Analyais) TIUTIN P.L., petrcgraf Composition of mine dusts and ash from the lungs of silicotabermlosis patients. Sbor. rab. po silik# no-3:129-146 161. (MIRA 15:10) 1. Berezovskaya nauchno-issiedovateliskaya stantsiya po borlbe s silikozom instituta, gigiyeny truda i profeosional.Inykh zabolevaniya MI S&W I (MMULOSIS) (LUMS--DUST DISEASIZ) (MINE DUSTS-ANALYSIS) PETROS,YAN, G.A., inzh.-, TYU'IN, S,,A.p in-~:h.; MATVEriVA, V,T., inzh.; SOANCHA, A.P., inzh. Concerning E.F.Kirpichev ani A.P.Koniaev'3 article "Results r testing MP-VTI ash collectors having scrubbers with 4,100 mm. diameter." Teploenergetika 11 rio.2-i% F 64. (MIRA 17:4) Y TAUTIM, SMEGF~ PIETROVICIi. The U.S.S.R.j an economic and social survey, with statistical tables. 2d ed., rev. and f-nl. London, p. incl. illus. (maps) tables, diagr3, (1 fold) "First putrlished, Junel5th 1944". Chapter 3 contains data on the most Azov and Caspian .5ea; on Arctic and Pacific oceans with nuips. 8 maps, 18 diagrams and 67 Merhuen& co., Z-19452. 234 iniportant Forts of the Black, and Valtic sea, complete DLC: HC335/T727 1945 SO: Soviet Transportation and Communications, A Bibliography, Library of Congress, ieference Department, Washington, 1952, Unclassified FYOTIN, V A - TICRENTOYEV, M.L.; OSADOKO. M.P.; BRAGINSKIY, B.I.; SLOBODIN, V.M.; FISWAY, Z.A.; LEVIN, I.Ye.; TSYNXOV, M.Tu.; BADIRIYAN, G.G.;-TYUUNT-11 ABRAMOV, V.A.; MYER,S.Y.; KOBC11IKOVA, I.A.; KARRMINIALUKUH0 , e. .; OBOIXNSKIY. X.P.,- WIN.S.A.; GAVRILOV. V.I.; YRNYDMAH, S.M.; KAIASHNIKOVA, V.S.. redaktor; IAPIDUS, M.A.. redaktor; RAKITINA. Ye.D., redaktor; YOOTOVA. A.F.. tekhnicheekiy redaktor [manual for students of collective farm economy] T pomoehch' izuchaiushchim ekonomiku kolkhozov. Moskva. Gos. Izd-vo selkhoz. lit-rY, 1956. 423 P. (MIRA 10: 1) (Collective farma) BADARIYAN, G.G.1 CiIERaIIJC3IIKPI, S.D.; ZIJZJK, D.T.; XBODASEVICH, BX.; FRAYERIP S.V.; 6USAROV, Ye.I.; KAZANSKIY, A.M.; KASSIROV, L.H.; KARREV, S.A.; AERAYDV, V.A.; VASILIYEV, N.V.; BUGAYEV, N.F.; SAPILINIKOV, N.G.; KASTORIN, A.A.; RUDNIKOV, V.H.; YAKOVLEV, V.A.; PERWYKINIV.I.; ISAYEV, A.P.; UZIMIULT, N.N.; ILIRI,'S.A.; 1WRIN, V.A.; LUKIYANOV, A.D.; SHAKHOV, Ya.K.; ILICHKV., A.Y:.,, kand. sell- khoz. nauk; KOGAV, A.Ya.; TSYNKOV, M.Yu.; BABIX, L.T.; GORBUNOV., I.I.; KGVALEV, A.M.; ROMANCfOIKOj G.R.; BRODSKAYA, M.L., red.; IVANOVA, A.N., red.; GUREVICH, M.M., tekhn. red.; TRUKHINAI O.N., teldm. red. (Economics of agriculturelF,14onomika sotsialisticheskogo sell- skogo, khoziaietva; kurs lektsii. Moskva, Sellkhozizdat, 1962. 710 p. (YJRA 15:10) (Agriculture-Economic aspects) TYLT Ml, V. A. 36272 SpetsializatsiYa i razmeshchaniye kolkhoznoro -oroizvodstva v leningradskoy obl-7tstt. Zapiski Leniner. s.-kh. III-TA, V'P. 5. 1948, a. -1-17 SO: Letoois' Zhurnallny)di Statey, No. 49, 1949 KCIOBFNIN, V.11.4 BLOKII, '-,,A, A-B'1zkh.. !!,-*,..!,. lok'..or kh~.,,.nau~.; T--fTJTlt;, v Al Effect of anili-reptienol-fcrrialcieliyde ro-siris on, ,-he cj~e-.~tric prorertiess of SKS-110 rubber. Khim.prom.[Ukr.] no.1;14-16 Ja-M- 165. (MITIA 118--4) AREFIYEV, T.I., kand. ekon. nauk; BRASLAVETS, M.Ye., prof,, doktor ekon. nauk; BROZGULI, M.M.; VLASOVJI U.S., prof., doktor ekon. nauk; DUBROVA, P.F., doktor ekon. nauk; YYESAULOV, P.A., kand. sellkhoz. nauk; ZALITSMAN, L.M., prof., doktor sell- khoz. nauk; KALIM, P.A., dotsent, kandidat sel'sko.- khoz. nauk; NOSTSEIZTSKIY, N.A., kand. ekon. nauk; KRYLOV, V.S.P kand. dellkhoi. nauk; LIBKIND, A.S., dots., kand. ekon. nauk; MAKAROV~ N.P., prof., doktor ekon. nauk; OGLOBLIN, Ye.S., kand. sellkhoz. nauk; POLOVENKO, S.I.,kand. ekon. nauk; POPOV, S.A., dots., kand. ekon.nauk; SAPILINIKOV, N.G., doktor ekon. nauk; TISHCHENKO, G.A,, prof., kand. ekon. nauk;,WIN. 4A.., prof., doktor ekon. rauk;YANYUSHKIN, M.F., kand. exon. nauk; PYLAYEVAP A.P., red.; FREYDMAN, S.M., red.; SOKOLOVA, N.N., tekhn. red. (organization of socialist agricultural enterprises] Organiza- tsiia sotsiallsticheskikh sellskokhoziaistvennykh predprilatii; kurs lektsii. Moskva, Sellkhozizdat, 1963. 662 p. (MIRA 16:8) 1. Zaveduyushchiy otdelom ekonomiki Vsesoyuznoqo nauchno- issledovatellskogo instituta sakharnoy svekly (for Areflyev). 2. Odesskiy sellskokhozyaystvennyy institut (for Braslavets). (Continued on next card) AREFIYEV, T.I.-- 3. Moskovskaya akademiya im. K.A.Ti- miryazeva (for VlaBo-v) otdalom ekonomiki i organizataii Naue-iirio-'-ssiedo-~,atellskogu instituta sadovod- stva im. I.V.Michurina (for Dubrova), 5. Mookovsk-y Gosudar- stvannyy universitet im. M.V.T,omonosova (for Zalltsman, Polovenko). 6. Zaveduyusbwldy kafedroy organizatsii sel'sko- khozyaystvennogo prolzvodstva L,5ningradskogo sel'skokhozyay- stvennogo instituta (for Kall-m), '7. Zaveduyushchiy otdelom ekonomiki Nauchno--iseledovatel.15kogo Inatituta ovoshelinogo khozyaystva (for Kostseletskly). 8. Ilsesoyuznyy nauc)uio- issledovatellskiy institut ptitsevodstva (for Krylov), 9. Moskovskiy ekonomiko-,statisticbeakiy Institut (for Libkind). 10. Vsesoy-uznyy selIskokhGziayetvenniy institut zaochnogo ob- razo-vaniya. (for Makaro-v), 1l". Zaveduyushchiy otdelom ekonomiki KrasnodarBkogo nauchno--issledo,,,ate_1',skogo instituta selldkdgo khozyaystva. (for Ogloblin). 12. Kafedra, organizatsii. ael~sko- khozyaystvennogo proizvodst-ira Leningradskogo sel'skokhozyay- stvennogo instituta (for Popov-). 13. Zaveduyushchiy kafedroy Sovetskoy ekonomiki Vysshey partiynoy shkoly (for Sapillnikov). 11j, Voronezhskiy sellskokhozyaystvennyy institut (for Tishchenko). 15. Leningradskiy sel7skokhozyaystvennyy institut (for Tyutin). 16. Direktor 5evero-Kavkazskogo filiala Vsesoyuznogo nauchno- issledovatel'skogo instituta ekonomiki sellskogo khozyaystva (for Yanyushkin). (Agriculture-Economic aspects) FEZ a" (Economics of collective farms on non-Chernozem soile] Ocherki ekonomiki kolkhozov nechernoremnoi polooy. Moskva. Gos.izd-vo solkhoz. lit-ry, 1957. 358 P. (MIRA 11:3) (Collective.farms) HINCHENIO, N.I., kand.tekba.nauk; TYUTIN. V.I., lnzh. Ways of improving the performance of the gear transmission of traction motors. Trudy TSNII M no. 202:71-115 160. (KEU 13.12) (Locomotives--Transmission devices) -Ilqp Np- V. T.,, J nzh. Amalyzing the wr;rY -f ela5orjr; re, a h -._ et., --. Pt -I " f m r-, 1 rfb- to tha wheel pair, Ti-x~dy TSNfT yp-, rc,.288a'-09-125 165. (~111!4' 13-2.0) -JRRIN' V.I., inzh. Use of design da+,a in evp U jua~inj7 ~,he difficulty of repairing 0 tmiler cars of dilfferent, design. Trudy TSKII MPS no.230:113-130 262, (Locomotives-Maint-enance and repair) MINCHINKO, N.T., ka-ad.tekhn.nauk; TYUTIN, V.I., in2h. Lengthening the service life of locomotive gearings. Vest. TSNII M 19 n0-3:54-56 6o. (KERA 13:10) (Locomotives) (Gearing) PRU.9AKOVA., I.R.; TYUTIN, V.V. Utilization of small timber at plywood factories. Der. prom, 12 no.7:12-14 J1 163. (MMA .16t8') 1. TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledavatellskly institut fanery i mebeli. (Plywood industry) TURKIN, A.N., inzh.; 12MALKOV, Yu.G., Inzh.; MIAMIULIN, N.Ye., inzh.; TYUTIN, Ye.V., inzh. Use of hydraulic clutches as direct controllers of once-through boilers. Elek. sta. 35 no.6:28-32 is 164. (14M 18: 1) WX W'W Z7Z 00 4 0 0 1; 11 1 Ali YJ twifulJ14IS to I F 11 )s 1 1, a R 4 a 0 A P 111) MIS 161? 111fal 41 VI) "die& A Mla 11 2-t-A-A-1-A-K I it L A-C 1. 1 ~ V~ -L-1-1A 08 (4 WA94s, 0 t I f tij ' 1W., " i " 6-L -r U-* 0 of 4 I . . j, 1 WRI . 00. 00 Aboorptloa alwithod to retnove acaUl&hyde from coitact i d A N 1 S l Si A T 00 9 xW. . . rnov an ns. m . . yut r"s 06k IOU N 4 12 20 h C l 00 - o. or lara 6# - 1 e manu . . . taxes in 0* . l otanthetictrubberfrornak.wrreput rough -.vcrubbers (diam. 0.26 m., Night 9 m ` peckrif with 1-In. Rawbig Hop, Istisitt of Packing 7.5 m., voll. of packing in one -00 00 scrubber 0.37 cu. rn., surface 70 sq. m., vol. of free since .49 0 O 027 cu. m.) In series. Top water was sprayed In a quan- 0 P tity of I Vol. swr 16.9-142.6 vols. of cxmtact gas. Only of a) thyde was remuml An Increase In the th 70-757 . 4 .1 . 0 0 " is guantity of water did not affect the results. 77healdehyde 410 In umv"ified butadiene before treatment wiss 15-20%. egit after, 4-7%. The method is up-satisfactory. for the aide. =0 0 hyde sbo4l~l not be higher than 0.05%. A. Pestoff -Ojb W as* q 11 V. ' tse 0 Ue 0 &LLURGICAL LITCRATURI CLAISIMAT)ON 9z ssjox~ IF 0- Oat flialoW - it fW 0 0 0 1 I An A 0 If OF V 7 9 r 0 o 6 0 9 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 66 ; t - - - - 0-4-i f 0 o o . 0 0 It 0 ~~ 0 0 0 9 oil - . , , ~~ at is .4 " file "MISS 41,121 J%#A p e If U 11 un kly "". -1 4161 a A r 0 *'k A L-A.- It F-A A 0 A J` 1- A- I Y 1- 1, V L As IN CL &Q tt i k 914P o " A~ 00 0 Ago vxc#ftf-f~ l" al b0fail by karat" e b 1 0 a ov 0 r th 1 1. N. 1. .1kaurnov. A. yj;t*o and N. F T Zd odd %int"I fly -00 Inask in an disimirlIcT 6.6 in. high and ().;Z Wis. I whkh was ARM with 1"m RAwhIff rings W, X 1 .00 25 The AbIm"t", -6- wftt! fkId, At ' .6mud I th t I -00 ~ e )YONVO KAOt HIMI Im k veand2lb at a "VS411tv Of equatbm (C. A. 23. 1511). -00 if ~fn.. and by Umeding the ago At W101t, vvjwil W. So A, A, It-whifinak l .3 Oft 000 00 too 00 00 a** so o " 1 Xfo 0 0 2 110"' ~ I-00 .00 116 It 00 $*Iasi .1 all oil I a.- 00 u T6 AV f a 19 u n it as Aft I I I DA 0 It a I IF Of 0 11 14W If 1 - 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 It 001111 "' i It, 0 It 0 411 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -a 0 111 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 41 0 0 0 o 0 * 0 0 S/137/61/CCO/G'!*-~/11'~.3,/"23 A060/A101 AUTHORS: Kudelya, Ye. S., Tyutin&,_A__Yv-.- TITLE: Determination of small quantities of aluminum in steel PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, no. 11, 1961, 4, abstract lIK21 (V sb.: "Vopr. proiz-va stali", no. 8, Kiyev, AN USSR, 1961, 996 - 101) TEXT: Methods have been elaborated for determining 0.08 - 0.1% Al in steel with are excitation of the spectrum under the followirg optimum conditions: the arc current 5 amps, analytic interval 2.5 mm, gap width 0.01 mm, stationary elec- trode - Cu rod 2.2 - 8 mm dia., time of preliminary roasting 30 - 110 see. The mean relative error of the analysis is �5 - 6%. To determine the Al in the steel by the analytic chemistry method the batch of steel shavings is dissolved in H004, The solution filtered off is neutralized with NaOH up to PH 6.6. The precipitate formed is washed, dissolved in HNO? and 30% HC104, adding NaCl. The solution is boiled to remove Cr, in the form o a chromyl chloride, as well as Sn and As. The remainder is diluted with water up to 50 - 100 ml, the content is filtered to eliminate S102. The solution is poured into a hot solution of Card 1/2 S/137/61/ooo/oli/113/123 Determination of small quantities of aluminum in steel A060/AlOl NaOH (100 g/liter) to precipitate the hydrates of Fe, Ni, Cu, T1, and M--,,. The mixture is transferred into a 500-ml flask and after cooling it is filtered, To 250 ml of the filtrate one adds 10 ml of 15% solution of (NH4)2~PO4, 20 ml of 25% solution of NaCl, 10 ml of concentrated HC1, one neutralizes according to methyl red and thereupon adds NH40H up to the basic reaction of the solution. Later one adds a warm solution of ammonium aceta:te and keeps on the warm plate for 50 min. The solution obtained Is filtered and an AlP04 precipitate is ob- tained in the filter. The latter is washed and roasted at 1,0000C, The precipi- tate is wei&ied and the Al content is determined from its weight. There are 5 references. L. Voroblyevi. [Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card ~/2 L 18061-63 EWP(q)/EWT(m)/BDS AMC/ASD Pad MIWIJG NR: AT3ro2i6g -/,24 P), A ?0 10091C () 7 3100 71? 1 AITTHORS: _Yemellyanonko, Yu. G.; Prok~orenko, Y. Y,j Tyutina, A. Yo. TIME: Electrolytic extraction of nonmotnIlle inclusions from stdnless steel 307ARCE: AN Ukr RSR. Viddil tekbnic~mylrh naul-. Vbvros:~ proizvodstva stcli, no. 9, ~:LC?63, 73-78 T-OFIC TIGS: . stainless steel, nonnetallic inclusion , electrolytic extraction ARS'ITRACT, A new method for seperatinc7 crrbidjl~rclusions from steel is discussed in detail. The m.atIzd is b.?.sed on the rrincirle of an simultaneous solution of metal nnd c!~rbide, vtl?dc'-i can be achieved b-r P rroN.-r cho-Ice of the electrolyte ccnpositlon. A scheme for the device used in the ex-perinent ir. presented and the vrorkdng pro- cedure is ex-olained. Ti-ds method is ch---rnci:eri 7eO by the full preservation of the O.xide fraction and by the solution of crrbides ccntrtined in steel. The crrbide solution occurs bacause of the pollri 7.-tion o-P metnI)ic surercc and an increase in the nnode passil.-ition (77.Y-ch does no~~ f~ffectu the c~',rbides). The nutbor concludes thnt the new method provides a rapid nnd nceurnte daterminntion of oxide inclusions in stainless steel. Orif7. nrt. h~s: I trible nri I fienzes. Card 1/2 L 18061-63 ACCESSM NR: AT3002169 : ASSOCTATION: none - SUBMUTTED: 00 .SUB CODE- ML DATE AGQ- lomay63 NO R'er SOV- 00! 0 EiC!,: 00 07rics R! 000 C.:;rd 2)2- 7EI&L.IYAIJENKO, Yu.G,; PROKHOIU, JK02, K.K.; -T)TTINA2 A.Ye. Electrolytic separation of norame-tallic incluaiom-, In stainless steel. Vop. proizv. stall, no.9:73-78 163. (MM 16:9) TYUTINIA, "Invef-ti~,.-ttion of electrnde procesce~; in.. t~e of lead-nickel. sla~7.11. l.'oscrr,', 195. !.'In Hirhr:r F-ducation UZ-1.R. 11-:osc,7v of Lenin C$,emicotechnological inst imeni D.I. Mendeleyev. (Dissert-ItionF for the Degree of Cnndidate of TechnicaL Sciences). SO: Knizhnaya letooist No 45, 5 November 195c, Mloscow. / Y07-ItIq k (4 kWWd&&A AUTHORS Tyutina, K. M '.~ and Kudryavtsev, V. T. 20-3-44/59 .TITLE Note on the Electro3.ytic Deposition of a Tin-Nickel Alloy from Chloride-Fluoride Solutions (Elektroliticheskoye osazhdeniye splava, olovo-nikell iz khlorid-ftoridriykh rastvorov). PERIODICAL Doklady Akademii Nauk,, 1957.. Vol. 1.15, Nr 3, pp. 58o-582 (USSR). ABSTRACT This method of deposition on the basis of tin are of considerable interest to electroplating. Coatings with such alloys are distinguished by~a number of valuable properties., some of which are utilized in ins dustry with good results as protective and protective and decorative coatings on steel products. This new method, mentioned in the title, where the alloy contains up to 650/oof tin, possesses a practical as well as a theoretical importance. Apart from its resistance to diluted mineral acids, the coating emerges from the trough with a glossy sur- face and a nice pink shade, making any polishing unnecessary. The coating consists of 350/,Ni and 650/aSN and forms an intemetallic compound, which can only be produced by electrolysis. The composift tion of the electrolyte and the electrolysis conditions are given; 2,2L - 2)5 N NiC12+ OA - 0,5 N SnC12 + 7 N NaF + 110 N NH4 F; Card W3 PH - 4,0 - 4,5. Temperature of the electrolyte 45 - 550C. Current Note on the Electrolytic Deposition of a Tin-Nickel 20-3-44/59 Alloy from Chloride-Fluoride Solutions. density 0;5 - 4,0 A/dm4. The production efficiency with respect to current amounts to 96 - 9BO/b. Anode surface relation. S S Sn Ni 1 '. 2o. The average anodic current density O~5 - 1,0 k/dmll over the total surface of the anodes. By the addition of flucric salts of sodium and of ammonium to the chlorous electrolyte the cathodic po- tentials of the tin separation reach more negative values than those of nickel in the identical. solution. This apparently takes place because of the formation of solid complex ions BnF and SnClF2, which need a higber activation energy for discharge, The presence of fluoride effects an approach of.the potentials of tin and nickel, which enables them to be deposited simultaneously at the cathodeo This is proved by the so-called decomposition curves (fig. 1). A considerable depolarization -takes place which, apparently is dependent upon a diminuition of the free energy at the formation of the chemical compound, that is the Sn-N--'- alloy. The investigations of the authors have shown, that the composition of the alloy is little dependent on the Sn- and Ni- concentration in the electrolyte and on the character of the cation of the fluoric acid, which,, however, is of great imporn tance in the modification of the physico-chemical properties of the Card 2/3 deposits. The range of current density, where glossy deposits are 20-3-44/59 Note on the Electrolytic Deposition of a Tin - Nickel Alloy from Chloride- Fluoride Solutions. produced: depends on the temperature and on the pH-value of the electrolyte. The interval. of permissible current densities shrink.- with the increase of both. Operating codes were worked out for a diminished Sn- content and for a.c.coatings and for current rever- sion. The two latter factors had almost no influence on the compo- sition of the deposit, they impaired, however, its quality to a considerable extent. There are 2 Slavic references and 1 figure. ASSOCIATION'. MoscowChemical-Technological Institute imeni D. I. Mendeleyev (koskovskiy khimiko-tekhnologicheskiy institut im. D. I. MendeleyevA) PRESENTED*. By A. N. Frumkin, Academician., Tanuary 23, 1957. SUBMITTED' November 2o, 1956. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress. Card 313 Distrz IfE2c 0 n of alloys tora chlaride-fluo ride electrolytes. 'I6L=--XH-uTP and X. _Tr1judrya ,~Iur.,Prikkjd. Ahsits. it, IU54- ;8(lma e tutg. NiC12.61120 300, a all JYC SnC11.2fI30 50, Nal? 30, and NH4F 35 g./I. at 50*1 Ni anti Sn dis-~Avecl readily with a c.d. from O.r~ to 4 *0 Sri take atup./sq. dm. The anodic potentials of Ni and n ScWawly were different from those when both inetals were connected fit parallel as an anode. The current dis-: tribution on Sit was ab3ut 20 tinics hmater than on Ni. Electrolysis with a combined anode, so that the workingarca' of N! was 20 times that ef Sri, continued for 10-20 firs. with an atiodic c.d. front 0.5 io 1.6 amp./sq. dw. and it cathode C'd. of 2 atrip./sq. drit. and did not change the relative concti. of Ni anti Sri in the elu:trolyte. The current efficiency of NI was 97-100% at it D. - 0.5-5 anip./sti, din. and for So *-10.1% tit a D. = 0.5-3 atrip./sq. dm. 1. Bencowitz AUTHORS: Kudryavtsev, N. T., Tyutina, K. Y. SO,;/ 156-58-3-6/52 TITLE- The Cathodic Polarization in the Electrolytic Separation of a Tin-Nickel Alloy (Katodnaya polyarizatBiya pri elektro- osazhdenii splava olovo-nikell) PERIODICAL: Nauchnyye doklady vysshey shkoly, Khimiya i khimicheskaya tekhnologiya, 1958, Nr 3, PP. 435 - 438 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The presence of sodium and ammonium fluoride increases the cathode potential of tin to the point where it approaches the separation potential of nickel from chloride solutions. The potential in the simultaneous separation of tin and nickel at the cathode is a higher positive quantity than the potentials in the individual separation of tin and nickEl. The course of the polarization curves in the separation of the alloy and its constituent parts from chloride-fluoride solutions was traced: based on an analysis of these curves it was found that the nimultaiieois deposition of tin ajid nickel on the cathode is accompanied by a de- polarization. The nature of the polarization was investigated according to various methos (suggested by Vagramyan and Gorbachev)~ It ~.Iara 1/2 The dathodic Polarization in the Elec-~rolytic Separation SOV-456 -58-3-8/52 of a Tin-Nickel Alloy turned out that mainly chemical polarizations were concerned. This is due to the fact that the complex ions of the deposited metals are very stable. The experimental results obtained are illustrated in diagrams. They show the cathodic polarization in the electric separation of tin, nickel and the Sn-Ni-alloy (Diagrams 1 and 2); furthermore, the change of the cathodic potential with the period of e~r trolysis (Diagram 5). and the dependence of the lg J on T at constant polarization values (Diagram 4). There are 4 figures and 4 references, 3 of which are Soviet. ASSOCIATION: Kafedra :?khnologii elektrokhimicheskikh proiz- Nodstv Roskovskogo khimiko-tekhnologicheskogo instituta 4-m.. D.I.Liendeleyeva(Chair for the Technology of Electrochemical Industries at the Moscoff Chemical and Technological Institute imeni D.I.blendeleyev) SUBMITTED: January 29, 1953 11.1ard 2/2 TTUTINA, X.M.; KUDItTAVTSJT,, N.T. Anodic process in tba electrodeposition of tin-nickel alloy, from a chloride-fl-jorida electrolytR. Zbur. prikl. khim. 31 no.7:1054-1058 JI 158. OMII& 11:9) (Tin-nickel alloys) (Electroplating) So.) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/2216 SQw&Ahchan1ye po elaktrokhimil. 4th, Moscow, 1956. " t 1, Trudy... ; I abornik] (Transactions of the Fourth Conference on Elect- rochealstry; Collection or Articles) Moscow, Jzd-vo AN ESSF, 1959. 868 p. Errata slip inserted. 2.500 copies printed. Sponsoring Agency: Akademlya nauk SSSR. Otdol only* khImiaheakikh nauk. Editorial Boardi A.M. Pr=kln (Rasp. Ed.) Academician, O.A. Yesin. Professor., S.I. Zhdanov (ResP. Socretary)o S.N. Xabanov, Pro- fessor, S.I. Zhdanov (Reap. Sacretary)i B.N. Kabanov, Prcfe3som Ta. M. Kolotyrkin, Doctor of Chemical Sciences, V.V. Lo3ev, P.D. Luicovtaav, Profeasorl Z.A. Solov-yeval V.V. St..der. Profe3vor; and O.M. Florianovich; Ed. of Publishing Houses N.G. Yagorov; Tech. Zd.t T.A. Prusakova. PURPOSE: This book is Intended for chemical and electrical tngl- nears, physt llurgisto and researchers interested in CT3 ctrocheml3try. _11-8 .50at Oi 0.611.4 O11RAGE, The book contains 121 of ,,a 111 ,sports prenan,,,, at the Fourth Conference on Electrochemistry sponsored by the Itepa nt rt 0 0f Chemical Sciences and the Institute of physical Chemistry A%demy Or Sciences, USSR. The collection partalsta to dirrerant branches of electrochemical kinetics. double layer theories And galvanic processes In metal clectrodepoalton and industrial elect olysia. Abridged discussions are given at sion. The majority Of reports not the end of oAch dlyl- included hez~ have boost Published In periodical literature. No personalities a" mstntloned. References are given at the end or most of the articles, -Polukarov,.Tq. M., and X.M. Gorburova (Institute of PhymIcal as I of Chemistry, Academy lenc elTheoratical rocry alIUS ";n So 4C4 Problems on the Elect Sc At I lztI OfOA 1 oys _"dubert-R. (Deceassed) (France). Mechanism or Anode Dis- solution 410 A.A., and.K.M. Gorbunova (Institute Of Physical Chemlstry, Academy of Sciences, USSR). So=e Regularities Of the Eloctrocrystall Izat Ion of Metals Under the Influence of an Alternating Current 414 _Xsl&hcwj- R. Kinetics Of' Nuclei Formation During the Electra- deposition of Metals 421 Kinetics or the joint Dl-~charge of Ion, During the Electrolytic Deposition of Metal$ 427 Transaction& or the Fourth Conference (Cont.) SaV12216 ,-Xu.oryavtaev. N.T., and (Institute of Chemical Yev). Cathodic Polarlzmtl~n During the Electrodepositlon of a TIn-Nickel Alloy 435 -.-Peyr Y.L., and A.L. ROtIn!,an (Prcsyektnyy I natichno- ls:1tezd-.vatel-3kiy Inatitut nikeleyoy. I ol~vy_ annoy promyshlennosti-Planning and Sclentlrc Re3laron In Itute of the Nickel, Cobalt nd TIn Industry). Joltit DI:tharge of Tons and the Problem of Obtaining Metals or H.Zh _Purity 440 Levin, A.I. Role of a Cathode Surface Discharge and the F,,r. matlon, of Passive Films In the Process Of Metal Electro. deposition 447 _Imaylov A.V (Institute Or Chemical Technology Imeni D. 1. Mendeieyevl.KInttlc$ Or Catnod-le Processes Durlng ttio Ilectrodepoaltion or retain From Aqueous 451, Card 18/34 25(l) FRASE I BOOK EXPIMATION SOV/3161 Nauchno-tekhnicheekoye obshchestvo mashinostroitellnoy promyshiennosti, Kiyevskoye oblastnoye pravleniye Zashchitno-dekorativnyye i spetsiallnyye pokrytiya metallov (Protective, Decorative., and Special Coatings for Yetals) Kiyev, mashgiz.. 1959. 291 p. 4,200 copies printed. Editorial Board: P. K. Lavorko, N. I. Litvak, and A. P. Eycfiis (Resp. Ed.); Ed. of Publishing House: M. S. Soroka; Chief Ed. (Southern Division, Mashgiz): V. K. Serdyuk, Engineer. PURPOSE; This book is intended for technical personnel in the field of protective coatings for Lz L-iz; 4 COVERAGE: The papers in this collection, presented at a conference of the NTO Mashprom. held in Odessa, deal with the mechanization and acceleration of metal-coating and plating processes perfornied by spraying, electrolytic, and other methods. QLmlity control of protective coatings is also discussed. No personalities are mentioned. References follow several of the papers. Card 1/;( 7--' Frotective, Decorative, and Special Coatings for metals sovI3161 TABIE OF CONTENTS: Preface 3 Kudx!yavtsev, N. T., Doctor of Thchnical Sciencesand,K_M. Tyutina, Candidate of Technical Sciences (Moscow). Electrolytic Deposition -of ffii4lidkal Allay From Chloride-Pluoride Solutions 5 Dvoyrin, Ya. D., Engineer. Electrolysis of Tin From Solutions Containing Hydrochloric Acid 14 Shreyder, A. V., Candidate of Chemical Sciences,and M. A. FigellmanEngineer (Moscow). Investigation of Steel Brittleness Under Cathodic Treatment and Electropliting 21 Likhacheva, T. V., Engineer (Kharlkov). Application of High-luster Nickel Plating in Mass Production 37 Savellyeva, A. I., Candidate of Chemical Sciencesand G. S. Chernobrivenkc *scow). New Electrolyte for High-luster Nickel Plating 45 Card 2t7___- MRTAVTSEY, H.T.; TYUTINA, K-M-; FIRGER, S-M- Improving the anticorrosive and decorative proportion of zinc coatings by alloying them with nickel. Trudy WHTI nooz6:96- 104 159. (MIRA 13:9) (Nickel-zinc alloys) NUDRYAVTSEV, N.T.; TYUTDiA, K-K-; BARABOSHKINA, N-X- Blectrodepoeition of the alloy tin-biamth. Trudy HMI no.261ll3- 119 '59- (MIRA 13:9) (Tin-bis=th allo7s) KMTAVTSEV, N.T.; TTUTINA, K-K-; TARLYKOVs X-M- Blectrodeposition of the alloy tin-antimony. Trudy NMI no.26:120- 3.27 '59. (MIRA 13:9) (Tin-antimony) KUMYAVTSEV, IT.T.; TYUTIITA, K.M.; MIKHATLOV, N.I.; GLAZUNOVA, V.K. Causes of the formation of dark- snots on the surface of zinc plated parts. lzv.v7s.ucheb.zav.; khimA khim tekh. 3 no.l: 166-169 160. OIRA 13:6) 1. Kafedra elektrokhimii Moskovskogo khimiko-tekhnologicheakogo instituta Imeni D.I. Mendeleyeva. I (Zinc plating) (Zinc--Corrosion) GHVAHKIN. LV. KMYAVTSU, N.T.-;__T~NTIN betermining the thickness of tin-nickel coatings. Zav.lab. 26 n0-3:301-302 16o. (MIRA 13:6) (Tin-nickel alloys) 31084 S/539/61/000/032/013/017 D4'!04/D301 AUTHORS? Kudryavtsev, N~T-2 Tyutina, K.N., Chvankin, I.V. and Tsupak, T.Ye.