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VAf*;K p Vaclav fillinacaotis eleitrl:! imsulnlion matt-'rinis" 'uy Y.A.Andriartw, L.A.Fpstajn, [Fpshteyn, L.A.I. finvAl o~.-wod by IlRclrvi ~l tach obzor 53 no.10-577 0 164. VPLNEK. Vaclav Mining ckf diamonds frcm '~he sea floor. Puly 13 ro.-I., 127 Ap 165. Imprqved equipment for londirp hp--boles with explosives based on ammonium nitra! lbid.:127-128 1. Rudne doly National Enterprise, Pribram. -VANIUC Vladimit, dr.; MIKODA, Uadimir, inz.; BLAZEK, Jiri, inz. -.Automation of the wage calculation in transportation services. ~-,-;,moixrava no.2:138-143 163. Vanek, Vladimix -PnaDetle code a.:-.d a of symbois oil' the 'Zech, Sl~~Irak az-, L 12227-j! 3 DVOILILKs Josef; VAJIEK., Walte-r Spectrographic determination of impurities in tungstentrioxide. Chemia anal 7 no.1:201,210 162. 1. VYskumny ustav anorganicke chemiep Usti n. L. OSLOVAM -MAL"K, 10; SKVCIK, Ve-p MAHACEK, Z.; DO1=1OVA, L.; MUSJ,LHK, CA- CH 110VOTNY, L. VANEK, Z., Rxperiences and methods in the search for new antibiotics, J. H.V.7. Epidem., Praha 1 no.4;397-412 1957. lo Institute of Biology and Institute Of Chemistryq Czechoslovak Academy of Sciencige, Prague, (ANTIBIOTICS, technic of search for new prop.) CZECPIOSLOVAMA ,Gub.;tances itirala"Irw the of' cin of aureo'adens havin: a low croluction c:a~-aclty." In sti'vito of BioLigl, (Cz,,Al-iolorak AcaJet.,y of '3cio,,~ncr-q.) Vul. ne.,). 5, P)57 SO: 1"Aontaly Indcl- C;'L Euroi.cnn Acc(~ssior,.-~- (LEAI) LC, Vol. 7, No. 55, 11-ay CZECHOSLOVAYJA "Eft,-;nt of-O', -nnn~i'!~-, I c! on ro+,,7t~cn of' by a low-producti'm 3.,raln of Streutormrm,-a cwreofpcf.cr5. Pmlht, Month!Y list, of Et:-,' Europ--~ i~rcnnion.2 (E !..I), LC, Tlr,!. REHACEK, Z.; DOIMILOVA, Libuse; VANEK, Z. I Antagonistic properties and mutual relationships of s RAWY&F. Folia microbiol 5 no.2:92-99 Mr 160. (EFAI 9:7) 1. Department of Microbiology, Institute of Biology, Czechoslovak Akademy of Sciences, Prague. (ACTINOMYCETES) (ANTIBIOTICS) I 1 16 V0~~ PUZA, M.; MAJER, J.; DOLEZILOVA, Libuse CZEU 00YAW _Z ' -incorporation of acetic acid into erythromycin. Folia microbiol 6 no.6:380-391 161. 1. Department of Microbiology, Institute of Biology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague 6. (ERYTHROMYCIN chem) (ACETATFS'chem) VAJ.IEK,-2,,,- PUZA, M.; MAJER, T.; DOLEZILOVA, Libuse UECPOSLOVMA Contribution to the biosynthesis of erythronVoin in the prevence of propionic acid-1-14C. Folia microbiol 6 no.61408--410 161. L' Department of Microbiology, Institute of Biology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague 6. (MYTHROMYCIN metab) (PROPIONATES metab) DOLEZHILOVA., L. (Dolezilovaq L. 1; 4LEK9 I.; VAITEK, Z. CZECHOSLOVAN Origin of some antibiotic substances under natural conditions. Mikrobiologiia 30 no.41243-248 W-Ap 161. (MIRA 14:4) 1. Institut biclogii Chekhoslovatukoy Akademii ftauk. (ACTINOMYCES) (SOIL 40RO-OMANIEI;6)' (ANTIVIONCS) VAR10A, Z,; SOUCEK, M. CZECHOSLOVA10A Factors determiUng the biosynthesis of griseofulvin and similar substances. Folia microbiol. 7 no.4:262-265 162. 1. Institute of Microbiology and Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague 6. (GRISEOFULVIN - metabolism) (FUITGI - motabolism) MZA, M.; SUCHY, J.; CUDLUT,J.; WIDRACEZ, M.; Yq,'EKj Z. Metabolites of Strepturyces naurnel. 11. Formation of amides of branched aliphatic acid in Streptomyces noursel. Foll. microbiol. (Praha) 10 no.lt60a,2 Ja 165 1. Department of Biogenesis of Natural Substances, Institutt of Microbiolcgy, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague 4 and Research Institute for Ant1blotics, Roztoky near Prague* SPIZEK, J.; MALEK, I.; DOLEZILOVA, Libuse; VCVDRACEK, M-1 VANEK, Z. Metabolites of Streptomyces noursei. Part IV and V. Folia microbiol.,10 no.5t259-266 S 1 65. 1. Department of Biogeneals of Natural Products Institute of Microbiology, Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, Prague /+, and Antibiotics Research Institute,, Roztoky near Prague. Sulmitted August 3, 1964- SAXIM, Y., inzhonere Importance of the pflish-Seviet scientific and technical conference for further development of the Polish coal mining Industry. Ugell 31 as.8:4-6 Ag '56. (KIRA 9:10) l.Rialstr ugelluoy promyshlennop'.i Pol'skey Naredney Res- publDd. (Poland-Ceal. mines and mining) VA11,00 V, V. W-JENKOV ". V. (ChW' oil' VA02,111a -,Qcti(~n of Uac Alctylubirink obD-1A .A.-ricuiLitral J'dudnIstrn Lion) "UsUriosis of -and -fl'ect.'-venucs of forncl preci, listeric~siis vaccine. Veterinariyu, Vol. 38, No. 12, Decenber 1961, p. 26. - ~ - VANENJOT, M. - V. and I)ESYA'RIIKOV, - B. L. "A letter to the Editor 11 concerning the published article on "Diagnosis and ePiz()OtIO1O9y of rabies' (Veterinartya no. 1, 1962) Veterinariya, v01- 39, no- 7, July 1962 pp. 34 VANERIKOV., ~L V. . vaterinarn.V vrach Eff ct of tissue preparations on the wool yields of sheep. Zhivotno- ~~t O~ 4odstvo 24 m.9:37-38 S 162. (WRA'15:12) (wool) (Tissue extraeto) VAMMKOV, M.V. DFSYATIIIKOV, B,,L. Diagroals and Apizootology of rabies. 'roterinariia 39 no,lt, 2-3-24 JS (MM 15 ~, 2) veUrimmugo oWe.Lu ,i~.tyubin6kogo cblastnog. sel',skokhozyayst-,reuo-cgo rpravleniya (for Vz-mankov). 2. Direktor oblastnoy veterinarno--bakteriologichet3koy laboratori-I Aktyu. binskoy oblasti (for Dooyatnikov), Olabioa) GATAR jT. M. Technicka spolupra..,a VAIMOVA, J. G.; VAUT "llontribution to the biolcgy w-d ~r.44--,Iolowj of Trlt,,~==as vaginalia. Cesk. denn- 40 no,2t-,.C-114 Ap'65 1. VySkarme laboratoritun parazLtologie pri Katedre vneatemej bio2oglie IA-karslkej faku-ity University Kmaenskeho v 11--atislave (vedu.,it prof. dr. V. Vrsanulr.-y). S/90~/62/000/000/017/044 'R , It 3102132" 1 Qc, Q 7 1- -;il It R 14 1 Q i Q An, r- T~e c,. a 'I c, u pi t c ns a r ma d t"I e L, 3 ;_i f, n T-I 4~, r~ 7 all" If Vr? 'I A. r Re VO A 3 S 0 C T A T i)N: Fiz'~O-tekhni % GOESf,[MEVA, LOS61 VANETSIAU, G.L. Some features. of the formation of conditioned refle)ws in white ratB in the early postnatal-stage of development as reflected in normal and functionally changed conditions of the organism. Trudy Inst. vys. nerv. deiat. Ser. patofiziol. no.9:30-34 161. (MIRA 15:4) (CONDITIONED RESPONSE) (X PLAYS-PHYSIOLOGICAL EFbTCT) fa Category: USSR Farm Animal Diseases Caused by Bacteria and V-2 Fungi Abs Jour: Refer. Zhur-Biologiya, No 16, 1957, 722B8 Author : Ganiev, Akhmedov, Kysimalov, Vanesyan,,_3-- Inst : Not given Title : Diplococcie Infection in Calves. Orig Pub: Sots. S-KH. Azerbaidzhana, 1956, No 11, 34-37 Abstract: Diplococcic infection was observed on a farm, where 58.1 percent of calves were diseased, and 16-5 percent died. The calves became sick at the age of 1 day to 3 months. The course of disease was acute, subacute, and chronic in form. In the acute form the body temperature rose, there was a loss in appetite, tearing, and a de- pressed state. In the subacute - there was a rise in temperature, cough, diarrhea, swelling of the joints, and lameness. The duration of the disease - 10-12 days. In the chronic form a cough was noted, delayed growth and exhaustion of the animals. The disease lasted at times longer than one month. The infection occurred in utero, aeron- genously, and particularly through the digestive tract. The spreading Card 1/2 -8- Category: USSR Farm Animal Diseases Caused by Bacteria and Fungi. V-2 Abs Jour: Refer. Zhur-Biologiya., No 16, 1957, 72288 of the disease was increased by high relative humidity, increase in ammonia and carbon dioxide in the barn. From the p?reparations used for the treatment of calves the best results (92.8 percent of cure) gave ekmonovocillin-1, given intramuscularly in a dose of 5,000 international units per kg every 20-24 hours (cure in 3-6 injections). Card 2/2 -9- AKHMEDOV, A., dotsent; KTAMATM, I., veterinarnyy Yractf-;-44 W,,.TAN. I., voterinarnyy felldsher. Treating diplococcal diseases in calves. Yeterinarlia 33 no.12: 27-28 D '56. (MLRA 9:12) 1. Aserbaydzhanskly eallskokbozyaystvennyy institut (for Akhmedov). (Calves--Diseases) (Diplococcus) --- - - __ - VANETSt -.-_ -%amp-M Sprooma of the left ovar7 and its ruDture five dsys following normal labor. Akush. i gin. 33 no.6:97 H-D 157. (MIRA 11:3) 1. Iz StepRnavanskoy rayonnoy bolinitay (glavnyy vrach M.V.Gamba- ryan), Armyanakeya SSR. (OVARIES--CANCER) fiuv 1- .Categori : UsOu4ear Physics - Nuclear Reactions C-5 'Abe Jour : Wif Zhur Ifizikaj No 1, 1957,N0 568 Aut4or : Veinetsian, RA.) and FeAchenko, Tej~.D. __M:Q ____ Title solIc ScaV.-ering of 18.7 Ylev Prob6ns by Ni and Cu Nuclei Orig Pub': U1 sksperim. i toor. fiziki, 19561 30) No 31t577-578 Abstract : A study vad madd of, the dependence of the dtifferential elastic scatter- ing cross dection of 18-7 MOV protons by Ni,and Cu nuclei in a range of angles of 2Q -- 1700. The Urgeta employed were foils 10 -- 15 mV.-ron thidk made of the investigated elements. The proton source was a linear acceleratort producing a 4im-of protons with a half-width of ewirgy distribution of approximately 400 kev. The scattered protons were detected with a counter havdd*g a CsI (T1) crystal. The total entrgy resolution of the recording setup was.3%., making it possible to separate reliably elastic and inelastic scattering by Ii and Ci. Met systematic errors of the measurement results did not 6=00d 2.5%. Comparison of the resultant dependence of the differential scattering cross sectionsan the angle with the theoretical. values has led the authors to conclude that the best agreemient betv4in the theoretic4 and experimental curires occurs vhen the theoretical curves are calcuUted by uAing the optical modal of a nucleus with diffuse boundary. Card 1/1 ,kiIJTHOR t VAITETSIA11,R.A., FEDCIII~NKO,Z.D. PA - 2255 TIftBs The Investigation of the Differential Cross-Section of the Elastic Scatteging of 19,4 MeV-Protons at the Nuclei of T, He3, He4, N14, and 01 . (Issledovaniye differentaiallnogo secheniya uprugogo r jsey"~ya protonov 2 energiyey 19j4. MeV na yadrakh T, He3, He4, N1 1 0 . Russian). PERIODICALt Atomnaia Energiia, 1957, V61 2, Nr 2, pp 123 - 128 (U.S.S.R.) Received: 3 / 1957 Reviewedt 5 / 1957 IBSTRLCTs The experimental orders A linear accelerator built by the Physical- Technical Institute of tho Ukrainian Academy of Science in 1950 served as source for the 20-MeV-protons. The protons are accelerated by steady electromagnetic waves (which are excited in spatial re- sonators). The construction of the accelerator is shown in form of a diagram. The gas target consists of a hollow cylinder with a dia- meter of 130 mm and a height of 20 mm. Measurements were carried out at a gas pressure of from 520 to 620 torr. Also the recording scheme, the carrying out of measurements, and.the failures of the experiment are shortly discussed. Measurinp results are shown in form of diagrams. The differsntial cross-section of the elastic scattering of protons on T, He , and He4 have about the same developments When the scattering angle is increased the cross-sections decrease down to a minimum of about Card 1/3 1100 to 1200, after whidh they increase again. However, the details PA - 2255 The Investigation of the tifferential CroaB-Section of the Elast Scatteting of 19,4 MeV-Protons at the Nuclei of T, ffe-~, 110 le No and 01 of the curves of the three elements arp different. Amongst others the following appliess For T and He3 position and depth of the minima are practically in agreement, but in the case of small angles the amount of the oross section for T is greater than for He3. Besi- des the cross-section of He4 with small angles is greater than the crosBisection of He3. The curves of the differential CrO83-section of Ni and 016 have the same structure but the cross-section of 0 has a lower minimum qpd a higher maximum than the cross-section of 04. The minima of 0 v are shifted towards smaller angles. With all elements the minima and maxima shift towards smaller angles with growing nuclear charge number. There are, however, exceptions for light elements (e.g. T, He3, D). The minima and maxima of the differential crosa-sections of elastic scattering on N14 and 016 shift towards smaller angles with grow- ing energy. The same rule applies for heavier nuclei. The difference of the energy dependence of differential cross-sections with the lighter nuclei on the one hand and other nuclei on the other in- dicates different character of the interaction between nucleons Card 2/3 ?A - 2255 The Investigation of the Differential Cross-Seotion of the Elastic Scattering of 19,4 MeV-Protons at the nuclei of T, He3, He4, K14, and 016. and nuclei (according to wether or not a saturation of the nuclear forces ocaured). (5 illustrations). ASSOCIATIONj PRZSZNTBD BY# SUBMITTEDs AVAILABLIs Not given. 19-7-1956. Librax7 of Congress. Card 3/3 N M ~iKcj, ka. Yij v Ai . i, "Elastic Cross Sections for 19.8 Mov Protons Scattered by Co59, Pb W7, Fb 208 , Bi 209., U238), Physical-Technical Inst, Acad. Sci. Ukr SSR paper submitted at the A-U Conf. on Nuclear Reactions in IL-dium and Low Ene:rgy Physic, Moscow, 19-27 Nov 57. EJ gill 4; M 1! pu :1 j6 '08 I Or W gq UP I A VAIMWtAN.. ]R. A., MUCHUMV, A. P. and MCMMO, E. D. "Llatude dos sections office"@ dIffOrentialles do diffusion elmtlque dos protme do 19,6 Mev pour Ise isotopes separes." report presented at the Intl. Congress for Nuclear Interactions (Low Snargy) wA Nuclear Stzuoture (Intl. Union Pure and Applied F4sice) Paris, Z-12 July 1958. 1A 1 dz 121 210) SOY/89-6-6-lo/27 AUTHORS-. Vanetsian, R. A., Klyucharev, A. P., Fedchenko, Ye. D. TITLE: Investigation of the Differential Elastic Scattering Cross Section of 19.6 Mey Protons on Some Separated Isotopes(IBale- dovaniye differentsiallnogo seoheniya uprugogo ras8eyaniya protonov a energiyey 19.6 Mey na razdalennykh izotopakh) PERIODICAL: Atomnaya energiya, 1959, voi 6, Nr 6, pp 661 - 663 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The authors report on the measurement of the differential elastic scattering cross sections of 19.6 Mev protons at the separated isotopes 63 65 59 73 74 Cd 116 Cd ill CdI13 Li6 L17 C C G G G e 0 U U e , , ' , , ' , , # 7 Snll6 Sn 118 Sn 12o Sn 122 Snll Sn 119 Sn 124 PbI07, Pb 108 ' , , , , , , , Bi 2og , U238. A linear accelerator to 20 Mev served as proton source. The scattered protons were recorded by means of two photomultipliers with NaJ(Tl) crystals. The absolute values of the elastic scattering cross sections were measured within 0 an angular range of from 20-16o with an error of �5%, in the case of relative measurements it was :0%. The absolute measure- Card 1/2 ments of scattering cross sections are shown by 8 diagrams in Inveritigation of the Differential Elastic Scattering SC)V/69-6-6-lo/27 Croso Section of 19.6 ht(.v Protons oil Soime Separnt(A Inotopc;tj figure 1. Figure 2 shows the ratio between the relative and the computed Rutherford scattering cross sections ar(Q) The diagrams are discussed in the exp/d(O)Rutherf . following. Thus, e.g. figure 1 shows that the forward scattering cross section of both lithium isotopes is approxim tely equal, while the backward scattering cross sections for Lil is c0 siderably higher; froia figure 2 it may be seen that the Lig- cross section proceeds much m=v smoot4, than 1hat 050~i7 etc, A compa- rison of the reiative cunvs for Fb2o7 Pb2081and Bi shows that the course of the cross section curve of B12og considerably diffE.-rs- especially in the range of the second maximum - from that of the lead isotopes. It may be seen from the cross section carv.s for cadmium and lead that the successive addition of five neutrons to the Cd111 nucleus does not change the elastic scattering cross section whereas the substitution of two neu- trons in the C016-nucleus by two protona influences it conaid- erably, as may be seen from a comparison of the curves for Sn116 and C016.There are 2 figures and j! references, 1 of which is Soviet. SUBMTED: February 16, 1959 Card 2 2 VANETSIAN, R.A.; KLYUCHAREv, A.P.; TIMOSHEVSKIY, G.F.; FEDCHENKC, Ye.D. Calculating the cross secti,)ns of elostic scattering for 5.45 Mev. protons according to the ,)ptical nuclear model. Zhur. eksp. i teor. fiz. 40 no.4:1199-1202 Ap 161. (MIRA 14:7) (Nuclear models) (Pritons--Scattering) S/185/62/007/004/007/018 D407/D301 AUTHORS: Vanetsian, R. A., Klyucharyev, A. P.9 !Ty_m_o_s_h_ev_s_1ky-y, H. F., and Pedchenko, Ye. D. TITLE: Calculating elastic scattering of protons with energy of 19.6 Idev according to the optical model PERIODICAL: Ukrayinslkyy fizychnyy zhurnal, v. 7, no. 4, 1962, 378-381 TEXT: Tae differential cross-sections of elastic scattering of protons (with energy of 19.6 Mev) by nuclei of the separated isotopes Co59 I Cu 65, Cd 116 , Sn 116 , Sn 124 are calculated. The optical model was used, spin-orbit coupling being taken into account. The real part of the potential vias taken in Saxon's form, the imaginary part-in Caussian form. The results of ~he calculatior,s show that for scattering angles between 20 - 40 no satisfactory agreement with experiment could be obtained. Card 1/3 S/185/62/007/004/007/018 Calculating elastic... D407/D301 All attempts to improve the agreement between calculated and experimental values were in vain. Agreement was good only for 59 , Co lor the entire angular interval, except at small angles. On the other hand, for Cu65 6 considerable discrepancies occurred even at angles exceeding 135 . The experimental values (for all the isotopes under investigation) were much higher than culated ones. The shape of the angular distribution of elasti- cally scattered protons with energy 19.6 Mev was more complex than that of protons with 5.45 and 6.8 INIev. The angular aistri- bution curves for Co59 protons, calculated by means of the Gaussian f'orm of the imaginary potential on the one hand, and by Saxon's form on the other, differed greatly for large scat- tering angles. The use of Saxon's form for the imaginary part of the potential does not yield good agreement with experiment for any of the nuclei under investigation. The parameters of the optical model differ greatly for heavy and light nuclei; Card 2/3 Calculating elastic... S/185/62/007/004/007/018 D407/D301 this is uarticularly the case with the diffusivity parameter a, and the parameters b and W, characterizing absorption. There are 6 figures, 1 table and 5 references: 3 Soviet-bloc and 2 non-Soviet-bloc. The references to the English-language publi- cations read as follows: L. S. Rodberg, Nuclear Phys., 15, 72p 1960; R. Vloods~ D. S. Saxon, Phys. Rev., 95, 5779 1954. ASSOCIATION: Pizyko-tekhnichnyy instytut AN URSR (Physico- technical Institute of the AS UkrRSR), Kharkiv SUBMITTED: August 21, 1961 Card 3/3 --- TIMSHEVSKIY, G.F.;_j PIAN R.A.; KLYUCHAREV, A.P.; FEDCHENKO, Ye.D. .. P .9 Compound-elastic scattering in elastic scattering of 5,45 Yeev. protons on nickel isotopes. Zhur. eRsp. I teor. fiz. 45 no.6:1951-1953 D 163. (MIRA 17:2) 1. Fiziko-tekhnicheskiy institut AN UkTGSR. wma'j.,m) T., A. "Tiie P4ysicochemical Properties of Milk and Its Suitability for Cheese in the Gukasyanakiy Rayon of the Armenian SSR." Cand Agr Scl, Yerevan Zooveterinery Tnst, Min of Ap-riculture and Procurement. M, Yerevan, 1953. (KL, No 1, JA- 55) Survey of Scientific and Technical Disnertations Defended at USSR Higher Educational Institutions (13) SO: Swa. No. 598, 29 Jul 55 3/852/62/000/000/017/020 BIo6/B10i AUTHORS: Bedritskiy, N. A., Belkind, F. I., Vozhonkova, M. B., Vanetsova, A. M., Gvirt8, R. A., Zavelev, G. I., Skachkov, TITLt: Use of polymer materials and nonm;tallic protective coatings in petrochemical industry SOURCE: Primeneniye polimerov v antikorrozionnoy tekhnike. Ed. by 1. Ya. Klinov. and P. G. Udyma, Moscow, Mashgiz, 1962, Vses. sovet nauchno-tekhn. obshchestv. 125 - 130 TEXT: With a view to introducing plastics as-a constructional material for machines used in the petroleum industry, equipment developed by the Gipro- neftemash was examined and some mechanical plants were inspected. Polymer materials have been found suitable for units and components of petroleum -installations. Plastics have been recommended for components and fittings of pumps, in accordance with plans worked out. The materials best suited areAr-jtB (AG-4V) andA P-4C (AG-4S) glass-reinforced plastics. Cements based on furyl resins have been developed for reaction vessel liners in Card '1/3 Use of polymer materials ... S/852/62/000/000/017/020 B106/BI01 petroleum industry. Varnish colors on the basis of modified furyl resins, and Bakelite varnish with fillers on a metallized base, proved suitable as anticorrosive coatings. Copolymers of polyethylene with polypropylene and fluoroplast-3 are most suitable for coatings based on powdered plastics. A coating made up of a metallized aluminum and zinc layer covered with a )(g -77 (KhV-77)"perchlorvinyl" varnish has been developed to protect the springs of safety valves from corrosion,thereby lengthening the life of these springs approximately 7 times. This varnish is used also for pro- tective coats on the inner surfaces of vessels for petroleum and petroleum productE; containing sulfur. As such coatings are easily destroyed by steaming, it is recommended to replace this by a mechanical wash, using an /'l;'1-3 NIM-3) machine. The Giproneftemash and neftekhimicheskiy kombinat (Petrochemical Combine) developed a new anti-corrosion treatment for teles- copic gas holdEm. For this purpose a liquid cement based on industrial oil 12, petroleum bitumen, or the extract obtained by aircraft oil refining have, been used in combination wi-th polyisobutylenes or synthetic rubber. Fight brands of this protective liquid have been developed, which is not injurious to health. Its.,application is much less expensive than that of protective coating3 using'.'~erchlorvinylll varnishes. Finally it is recommended that Card 2/3 Use of' polymer materials ... S/852/62/000/000/017/020 BIo6/B1OI the production of the protective liquid for telescopic gas holders in Donets Basin, along the Volga, and in Baku should be organized; also that steel tubes having their flanges protected against corrosion'by T; -10 (F-10) furyl varnish should be produced in 6ne of the tube-rolling mills and that their delivery to the petroleum and chemical industries should be organized. Furthermore, it is recommended that coatings combining Bakelite-varnish with- inert fillers on a metallized base shovild be.used to protect parts of the equipment and apparatus in petro-chemical and petroleum processing 4 ... industries. Large plants are to be equipped with installations for repaiting and processing nonmetallic mat7erial. Card 3/3 BEDRITSKIY, N.; VAWTSGVA~ A.Pi. Goncerning the book by Aj, Berezhnyi., Aj, Bulatov., P.S. Yulagin OPlastica used in the petroleum and gas industries." fleft. - khoz, 40 no.12:67--68 D t62. (MIFLA 16:7) (Polymers) (Petroleum production) CZECIIOSLOVAKIA/Nuclear Mysics - Installations are- Ipst,.'Wient5. C Methods of Mea;iurcment and Research Abs Jour : Ref Zhur Fizika, No 12, 1959, 26796 Author : Vancura, Antonin Inst : Charles University, Pra~pe, Czechoslovakia Title : Parity Non-Conservation in the Neutrino Theory Orig Pub : Coskosl. casQp. fyz., 1959) 9, No 2) 178-191 Abstract : The siavey disoussee the reaults of the latest rescar- ches on the pr.,pertiea of sp-motry of the HaiaLltonian of weak interactions. Particular attention is paid to the Haud1tonian of decay in various neutrino theories and to a conparieon of the interaction bet- ween the Coul,)rib m:d lepton fields in the two-corapo- nent and ordinary four -c,)mponent neutrino thc,)rica. The interaction between the laws of conservation of Card 1/2 OZECHOSLOWKM/Nuclear Physics - InStallations and Instruments. 4 Methids of Measurement and Reseznch Abs Jour Ref Zhur Fizil,4,. ND 12, 1959, 26796 parity and the number of leptons is investi(.,pted. In conclusion the hypothesis of the universal Fermi interaction is considered and its relation to the tow-coriponent neutrino theory. Bibliography, approximately 70 titles. Card 2/2 - 15 - KRASNOV, I.D., inzh.; VANEV, A.A. ------ --- Determining the component.-, of flr-xure and tornion of the main vector of-moments acting in the Cross-Section of a ship'3 piping. Sudostroonie 30 no.2~28 F 164. (MI-RA 17:4) ';AVOVt G.; KI1UCHUKOV, N.; VWTEV, M. On the problem of early diagnoBis of tumors of the spinal cord. Suvr. med. 12 no.12t55-58 161. (SPINAL CORD NEOPLASMS) VANEVI M. --- On the problem.of "ntaneous recovery in lumbar di4 dispInes- ment. Khirurgiia 16 no.lt7l-75 163. 1. Vissh voonnomeditsinaki institut - Soffta. Nachalnik: prof. G. Krustinov, (INTERVERTEBRAL DISK DISPIACEMENT) KIUCHUKOV, 11,; VANEV, M. 6,~' ", - `-, - -,- - - ClInteal aspects of heterctopic tumors of the spinal cord. Nevroysil-h nevrokhir 3 no.2.-89-93 164. 1. NeurosurpIcal Department of the Higher Tnstitute of Military Medicine (Head: Sayov, G., (dots#])# VANEV, S. New studies cn the blolog7 of S-clerotinia ricini Godfrey, cause of the gray demay in casto---oil plants. Izv. inst. bot.RAN M161-175 162. BULGARIA CIJJKOVA-i,UZJ[J.NUVAj T, and VANEVA 1) Chair of Neuro- logy, Higher Modical Ins ti-CTEIeffkat- ek(T-r-apo nevrologiyal WII), Sofia, Director (rulcovodlLel), Prof 6. f3ozhinov "it Caso of Retinal BlasLoma Metastasizing the Cerebros-pinal Fluid of a Thre e- year- old Child" Sofia, Nevrologlya, Psikbiatriya i Novroldiirurgiya, Vol No 3, 1966, -,)p 182-M5. Almtract fluthors' Russian and Enrlish summariesg modified] The article describes a case of retinal blastoma metastasizing througlit the corebrospinal fluid in a threo-yoar-old child, detected dUring its lifetime. 1110 authors established clin- ically a moningeal syndrome and an inferior spastic I)arapa- rosis which (Involoped one month aftor onucleation of the right eye and 21. years after tho onset of tho disease. I'ive references, including 2 Bulgarian,-I Russian, and 2 U'estern. (Manuscript received, January 1966). 1/1 A( r VS A'l Y ,~ V. 4. VJMVBKIY, V.L. (LaningTad, 24, Perokupary per., d. 5. kv. 7) First Surgical Clinic of the S.K.Kirov State Institute for Advanced Xedical Study in the Russian system of advanced training for pby- sicians. Vest.khir, 74 n0,3:76-82 Ap-My 154. (KLRA 7:6) 1. Ix kafedry goopitalluoy khirurgii ( F-G-Uglov) 1-go Leningradekogo meditsinskogo Instituia Im. akad. I.P.Pavlova. (SOHOOLS, MICAL. *lot Surg. Olin. of S.M.Kirov State Institute for Iduco of ftysiclane of order of Lenin) VAITAVSKIT, V.L. ----------- low"Wom"W"-, Bons forma%tion In the postoperative scar. Vast. khir. 76 no.11: 126-129 '55 (MLRA 9:4) 1. lx I-V kafedry khirurgii (zav.-prof. K.N. Petrov) Gosudaretyannogo ordena Lanina instituta unovershenstvovantya vrachey Imeni S.M. Kirova. (OICATRIX, ossification of ei. after surg. wds.) (BONE TISSUE form. in postop. cicatrix) ZILIBER, Anatoliy Petrovich; j&jEYSKIY-,AJA.-r. nauchnyy red.; SIMTIM, D.I.# red.; PODuELISAKMA, E.M.p tekhn, red. (Surgical position and anesthesia; circulatory and respiratory reactiona to posture in anesthesiology) Operatsionnoe polozhenie i obezbolivanie; posturalInye reaktoU krovoobrashcheniia i dy- khaniia v anesteziologii. Petrozavodsk, Gos. izd-vo Karel'skod, ASSR~ 1961. 250 P. (KIRA 15:3) (AIIESTHESIOLDGY) (SURGERY) OPERRIVE) VXMVB~ITj -t.L.; MIKHATLOVICHP - V.A. Acetylpremp, ine and levoprcmazine used In 'premedication for general anesthesia. Vest.kbi . no.10:135-140 161. (MIRA 14:10) 1. Iz kafedry torakallnoy ld~irurgii i,anes~eziologii (zav. - prof. S.Ae Gadzhiyev) leningradskop gosudalstvennogo ordena Lenina instituta. usovershenstvovaniya vrachi*.im. S.M. Kirova i leningradskogo gorodskogo onkolokicheskogo dibpansera (gl- vrach - S.S. Yaritsyn). (TRANQULIZIING DRUGS) (ANESTiMSIA) Jy, V. L VANmr -ilaningrad,, Pel-olcapnoy per.,, d.5,, kv.17) fteatheala cbming-operationa con my4wthenic Pationtg-. Yestkhir. no.6a5l-57 162. (KMA 15%11) i, 1% kafadry torakallnoy kldrurgii i anesteziolog:li (zav. - ~rof. 8.A. Gadzh-4yev) ToOnmdskogo ordena lanina Instituta i~soverahenstnvani'YL TMCIAy iM. S.Mc, Kirova, (MSTMIA GRAVIS) (Tmus GLAN&-suRGERY) (AriEsTRou) VANBVSLU,...V.L.,- PANASHCHENKO,, A.D.; YERSHOVA, T.G,; FELIDRAM, 1,Kh.,* KHMFITS., G.M. Chemical and pharmacological study of her~.thiamiae, a new hypnotic preparation# Farm* i toks. 25 no.6:657-.W V-D 162. ~MIRA 170) 1. Kafedra torakallnoy khirurgii i anesteziologii kzav. - prof. S.A, Gadzhiyev) Ieningradekogo gosudarstvennog-3:or4ons Lenina instituta usovershenstvovaniya vrachey imeni S.M, Kirova i kafedra khimii i tekhnologii lekarstvennykh preparatov (zav. - prof. I.Kh. Felldman) Leningradskogo khImiko-farmatsevUcheskogo instituta, GkDZHIYEV,p S.A.; VAIIEVSKIY, V.L.; X(MMLOVICH, V.A. Anesthesiological problems in surgery on the open heart. Grud. khir. 5 no.1:222-128 Ja-PI63. (MIRA 16:7) 1, Iz kafedry torakcalinoy khirurgii i anesteziologii (zav.-prof. S.A.Gadzhiyev) Leningradskogo ordena Lenina instituta usovershen- stvovaniya vrachey imeni S.M.Kirova) (MART-SURGERY) (AVESTHESIA) VANEVSKIY, V.L. Some problems of local anesthesia, based on materials of the International Aresthesiological Symposium, Budapest, 1963. Vest. khir. 92 no.6:129-134 Je 164. 041RA 18:5) 1. Iz kafedry torakallnoy khirurgii i anesteziologii (zav. - prof. S.A. Gadzhiyev) Leningradskogo ordena Lenina usovershenstvovaniya vrachey imeni Kirova. GADZIIIYI-"V, S.A., prof. (Leningrad, :At-70, ul. Frutizo, d.L., VAITUSKIYY V.L.; IkGEL'j L.V.; TOIL'I'OV, G.V. Imediate and late results of surgical treatment of Grud. khir. 6 no.6:80-86 11-1) 16/,. (MIRA 18:7) 1. Kafedra grudnoy klilrui-gii i anesteziologii (zav. - prof. S.A. Gadzhiyev) i kafedra nervnykh bolezney (zav. - prof. V.V. Semenova-Tyan'shanskaya) Leningradskogo instituta usoverjhenst- vovaniya vrachey imeni S.M. Kirova. I've /11 < AUTHORt Vaneyano S.S., Engineer 99-5-6/11 TITLE: Application of Triangular Flooded Overflows (Primeneniye treugollnykh zatoplennykh Yodoelivoy) PERIODICAL: Gidrotekhnika i Meliorateiyat 1957, # 5, P 39-42 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Triangular-shaped overflows have been used successfully to measure small discharges of water. 'L.A. Valentini proposed 1951 to use trapezoidal overflows with flooded baffle plates dams~ when measuring low dischargpp of water with little dif- ~ ference between the upper and lower head.- Respective laborat- ory experiments were conducted by.the All-Union Scientific Re- search Institute far Hydraulic Engineering and Melioration. The amount of water discharge was established for a certain overflow to be tested, whereby the water level of the lower head was changed with the aid of dam beams. Series of tri- angular spillways were used when low flows of water with con- sidorable widths had to be measured. The data established in the course of these experiments can be used only under conditions similar to those existing at the experiments. At water dis- charges in excess of 5 liters/see and baffle plates higher than 8 cm, other rules may apply. Card 1/2 This article contains 2 figures, 3 diagrams and 4 references, Application of Triangular Flooded Overflows 99-5-6/11 all Slavic. ASSOCIATIONt VNIIGiK - All-Union Sciantific Research Institute for Hydraulic Engine"ering and Melioration (Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-isoledovatell- ikiy institut gidrotekhniki i meliorataii - VNIIGiM) AVAILABLEi Library of Congress Card 2/2 VANUAN - 8-lSd 041W0 I.U the theory of Aov and mchaniz4d surf"d litiotion. Trudy VNIIGev3itN-X-' _.V-172 '60. (min 14-.9) (2rrigAtion) PETROV, Ye.O., kand.sellskokhoz.nauk; KHARITONOV, B.D., inzh.; VANEYAN S.S., inzh. The SPH-200 automotive irrigating machine. Gidr. i mel, 13 no.2:13-24 F 161. (MIRA 14:9) (Irrigation) VANEYAN, S.S., inzh. Watering using the DDA-200 sprinklers without removal of water. Gidr. i mel. 14 no.8i14-20 Ag 162. (MIRA 15:9) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut gidrotekhniki i meliorataii. (Sprinkler irrigation) ~. -. , I I ~u (- L; 4, 1 o r is ) f t, -4 ~- T e c ~ i r i o 1 o,~ i o f -~~ t i r f--, ct v ; r i Lz fd 11 - r -', 6--, t --',j r i Alon,~ N~rrotr-3 -ndl I-vcij---ction:j'I; dissertation for the degree of Camltdato of Technical 3ciericos (awarded L7 the Timirjazev Agricultural Acadwy, 1%2) I%Izvestlya T:brir7azevskoy Sellskokhozyaystvennoy Akademii, Moscow, No. 2, 1963,. pp 232-2361, VANEYAN., S.S., kand. tekhn. nauk Echeme for the operation of oprlnklars with minim= lc8ffsa of water through seepags. Gldr. .1 mel. 16 no.701-34 JI '64. OMIRA 17: 11) 0 ~60 0 0 * 9 * 6 o-4-l' -n) 2-2- )i- a- lsv-m- M x It 1: It j4 15MVWba L 41 w Oto of -'06 -00 00 00 00 -4 --*0 -0 04 IC -A, A, %,Am*v an,) 1%1. 1'. Bogor.. * e I- ditAil. Ruin. N1.587, F,b~ !~t. IM-e. III an chv. con.: 0 df-n-ef the dielectric N A40~ fu--,,l at jj-,wi I'aw" in Ille -40 Oresence of t"IfIrtal dulk Stich Ax TO, .04 00 00 so 400 00 zomi -00 00 00 40 -M 00 we 00 00 00 voo 00 t:9 0 .00 00 1 :;O'w woo .4 _115 1 11 lit 0 ,p 44 it It x 't G if Of 1 V4 ,:,A 0 0 0 0 4 v 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 41, 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4p 0 0 0 0 ro 0 0 # 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 111 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 a 0 * 0 voms,v, A. USO/Zlootrio System Feb 1947 Automobiles - "Six- and Tvelve-volt 6ystemq in Aatomobiles," A. Vaneyev, 3 pp "Avtamobill" Vol XXV, No 2 Detailed technical description of voltage system in GAZ and ZIS engines. 12T12 VANNUV, A., kand.tekhn.nauk Scientific Research Institute of Motor Vehicle Zlectrie Equipment. Avt.transp, 37 n0-1:57 Ja t59- (MIRA 12:2) 1. Zamest1tel' direk-tora Nauchno-199ledovatel'skogo inatituta avto- priborov po nauchnoy chgsti. (Motor vehicles--Electric equipment-Reaearch) VANEYEVI.A.I. Alitomobiles - Electric increa-s1w, t-ho lewrth of service of electricLl er,"dPment of an "(GontlLn-,od). Avt. trakt. prom., no. 6, 1-952. I - -.'ONT~';'Ll LIST OIF HUS31AN A;0'jjl03!S, Li!~LRY CY S3 CC;'C): - .1952. , "! ~;'4 . : ~ _,'7 _ 1;. ~.i .- , ~ Li i , ~ -1 - -) -* ~ WSR/'v 0 ud 1 ~,j I Authors I Vane- A. Cand yev . of , Title Requ-iremeT)ts, z;eiection of v~~Ita~e Periodical I Avt. trakt. prcm. 4, 3-7 1 , Apr 19 54 Abotract General reouIrtmertS f--r t~,,,? e-iuirment of sutom-obille3 and :e 7 s~' e- v~~' tap sysLE!zi~5, d 7 Au-.,~ Institution 0,,Jentiftc Research InstiLute of Auto T-str Submitted .*.*. I V~T7 MMUlInginearing - Ignition s7ztem OUd 1/1 e Pub. 12 - 2/14 Autbam I Vaneov, A. 1. j Ways of improving automobile ignition system POVIOdIc#4 g Avt. trakt. prom. 5. 2-9* R&y 1954 Abstract I Various components of the automobile ignition system were investi- gated, by the Scientific Investigational Inetitute for Automobile Inst ruments, In order to detervdne their shortcomings in oper&tlon under ',rlnter condi-tiana. The testo were conducted in spark plugs, ignition harnesses, condensers, ignition coils, Gtc. MuBt~-ation; tables; diagrams; drawingit. Institution *&goo V'A LWR/5~neering syste= Card 1/1 1 Pub. 12 - 2/16 Autboft j Vaneevp A* I. Title j Ways of Improving the electrical starting system of automobilea Parlodical g Avt. trakt. prom. 6., 3-8, June 1954 Atstract t Methods for improving starting of automobiles under winter conditioas are discussed. Tests were ronducted on electric staxters, batteries, a-nd voltage ret7jlators used in GA3-51 and ZIS-150 automobiles. Tables giv~-r.F '~Ai on performonc- and ch-aracter~~Stics of the accve :rentione~l e~u' irnr A, Pirg r. 3 a -ri ri j:s Institution I **too Submitted oo**W 'A- - USSR/ Engineering Generato-zo C&rd 1/1 Pub. 12 - 2/16 Anthors t Varieev,, A* L, Title Ways of ilaproving generators and automobile lighting systems Periodical Avt. trak-t. prom. 7, 3-9, Ju1Y 1954 Abotract The improvement of automobile generators, relayz and li&ting MtmB -f lesl-s, cor-iducted on th~- abov'e e:, v c ti- ~r- '- , ~' e - --* -' ~ ~-' -15*,a ~Ln'4 Institution Submitted VANNYEV,A.I., kandidat tekhnichaskikh nauk; KURILO.A.I. U"wMwwSwwAw-F~ Improvements In tractor electric equipment. Avt. trakt. pirom. no.7:6-12 J1 '55. (Iff-RA 8:9) 1. Hauchno-Issladoyatel'okiy Institut avtopriborov (Tractora-Zlectric equipment) AMEIVIVIN-T, LARIONOV,A.N.; B"IKGV,M.A.; V~nm! !~; ZHITXOY,A.A.; KOPYIDV,V.P.; TRWIYAKOV,9.7.; GAWNW.P:Y'o .N,Akimov, Blaktrichastvo no.10:86 0155. MBA 8:12) (Akimov, Valentin Nikolnevich, 1903-1955) VAIMIEV, A., kwAidat takhnichooki)di nauke Proopective development in tMomative electric eqmipmnt desi Avtotransp,33 nool:28-32 ja,351 (MM 8:3r (Automobiles-gleotrie equipment) TARNM, di takhnicheakikh nauk-, SWBLIVDV, A.S. dat .1=easIng the spark gap of spark piluge and the requirments for automobile Ignition systems* Avt.i trakt.prom ncJ:26-28 Ag 156o (MM 9:10) 1. Ikuchno~.-Looledovatellekly,inatitut Avtopriborov. (spark paugw) AUTHOR: VANEIEVA. I. cand. tech. ao.(Iloscow) PA - 3099 TITO: (N ReqLarEffEnts for Automotiv and Tractor Electrical Equilment- ovyye trebovaniya k avtotraktornom alektrooborudovaniye, RussiAn) FMODIGAL: Blektricheatvot 1957, Nr 51 pp 20-25 (U.S.S.R.) Reviewed: 7 Received: 6 / 1957 / 1957 .ABSTRACT: Card 1/2 ASSOCIATION: PMENTED BYi SUMMI AVAILABIMt al Ui The now automobile- and tractor models have an electric eq Pment with a voltage of 12 V. Automobiles with Diesel motors have 12 / 24 V with a battery switchover during starting from parallel- to series connection. At present & volAage of 24 V without battery switohover is being adopted. The most recent wideavors in regard to generators and governors are concerned with reducing weight and size. The speed of the oar at which the generator shows its full output amounts to 21 - 27 kw/hour in the now Soviet models, and to 50 Whour in the U.S.A. Hitherto, the outputs the transmission ratios etc. of the generator were selected. Nor, however, a now method for determining of those parameters has beer worked out by the KII for auto equip- ment. Recently one has begur to use alternating current synchronous generators with electromagactio excitation in autobuses, The maintenanoo of the consuming device and the charging of the battery takes place by means of a selenium rectifier. For tractors it is obligatory instead of 0 W generators, to use generators with i2Os 180 and 240 W according to the mmbar of the trailers. A new tractor PA - 3099 New Requirements for ArAomotiv and Tractor Electrical Equipment. he" light with little dazzling effect and uniform iUwdmtion of a 7 x: 18 m surface has been worked out. The now constructions of automatic starters have thrust worm drive and freewheel roller clutoh. Basic batteries are very promising. The experiments in the NII for auto equipment showed that with a verystrongly ionized mediums an in the cue in ignition coilas the beat material for insulation is oil. Great attention was devoted to radio reception disturtanoes caused by- electrical equipment and above all by ignition. Not given 7-8-1956 Library of CorWress Card 2/2 SOV/113-58-4-14/21 AUTHOR: Vaneyev, A.I., Candidate of Technical Sciences TITLE: The Production of Electrical Automobile Equipment in England (Proizvodstvo avtomobillnogo elektrooborudovaniya v Anglii) PERIODICAL: Aytomobillnaya promyshlennost', 1958, Nr 4, PP 38-41 (USSR) ABSTRACT; The author surveys the production of electrical automobile equipment in England. In one instance he mentions that in the collectors of generators and starters asbestos paper impregnated with melamine-formaldehyde resin of Nr 2 type material, developed by NIIAvtopribory , serves as interla- mellar insulation. There are 6 photos and 3 diagrams, 1. Aut~omobllle industry-England 2. Electrical equipm-ant -Production Card 1/1 AUTHOR: Vaneyev, A.I., Candidate of Technical Sciences 113-58-6-16/16 TITLE: A New Basic Standard for Electrical Equipment of Automobiles and Tractors (Novyy osnovnoy standart na avtotraktornoye elektrooborudovaniye) PERIODICAL: Avtomobillnaya promyshlennost', 1958, Sr 6, PP 43-45 (USSR) ABSTRACT: A new COST has been put into effect, the COST 3940-57 - Electrical Equipment for Automobiles and Tractors. This COST comprises all basic electric machines and apparatuses for automobiles, tractors, agricultural machines, motorcycles and stationary internal combustion engines. The author gives a de- tailed description of the changes made in the new COST in com- parison with the old one. There is 1 graph and 2 tables. ASSOCIATION: NIIAvtopriborov Card 1/1 1. Automobile industry--USSR 2. Electrical equipment--Standards USCOMM-DC-55315 AUTHOR: Vaneyev, A. I-, 4 TITLE: New Standards for Tractors (Novyy vaniye) PERIODICAL: Elektrichestvo, soy 105-58-7-17/32 Candidate of Technical Sciences the Electric Equipment of Automobiles and standart na avtotraktornoye Glektrooborudo- 1958t Nr 7f pp. 68 - 71 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Last year the now Soviet Standard "Eleotric Equipment for Automobiles and Tractorsj General Technical Requirements", (GOST 3940-57) was confirmed and entered into forces The innovations introduced asegainst the old standard GOST 3940-47 are described. The polarity of the connection of storage-batteries and other aggregates to the casing of the machine was changed over from the positive to the ne- gative pole. New types of products - proteotel against dust and Jett of water - are 4eacribed in paragraph 5- Products warranting a minimum noi,be level during radio reception and the demands to be made on the noise level produced by the operating electric equipment are mentioned. in paragraph 6. Cara 1/3 Besides good working order du:!ing vibrations, the new SOV/ 105-58-7-17/32 Now Standards for the Electric Equipment of Automobiles and Tractors standard requires the same also during shaking, The electric equipment must be examined: In the case of vibrations with a frequency of 2500 periods per minute and an amplitude of .tO,5 mm, so well as in the case of shaking at 900 periods per minute and +3,5 mm. The testing conditions fo:,~ the electric streng7th of the insulation of the electric equipment were considerably changed. The chapter on maximum admissible temperatures in different parts of the equipment was aug- mented to a considerable extent. - The new standard requires data on the technical conditions for the individual methods of production and their life in operation. A series of new test-methods was worked out and the followigg among them were included among the standards: 1) Method for testing of resistance to frost and methods of judging the opera- tional capacity of the products after their examination. 2) Method of testing the heat resistance and the methods of evaluating the working order of the products after being tested- 3) Method of judging-the working order of the products after having been tested with respect to their resistance to moisture. 4) A method of testing resistivity to vibration Card 2/3 and shaking. 5) Method of testing the impermeability to SOV 05-58-7- 11111~2 ,Ilcw -tandards for the ~-,IectrJc a.quipment of 14vtomobiles P-nd Trp_ctor.? dust. 6) kethod of teiting resistivity to spraying jets. 7) Method of testing the adhesion of coats of varnish to the coated nurface. There are 2 figures and 3 tables. AS.;OCI ~ITILICJ;: HII avtopriborov U B 1 .11 T T~-~ 11* January 23, 1956 1. Electrical equipment--Standards 2. Motor vehicles--Electrical equipment rd 3 12(2) SOV/113-59-5-5/21 AUTHORS: Vaneyev, A.I., Candidate of Technical Sciences, ~- DeceE`se; =6blikov, A.S. TITLE: Vacuum Devices for Automatic Ignition Advance Under All Operating Conditions PERIODICAL: Avtomobillnaya promyshlennost', 1959, Nr 5, PP 15 - 17 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The designing of automatic devices providing the most suitable angle of ignition advance during all engine load conditions presents certain difficulties. With Soviet automobiles, the ignition advance is controlled by a centrifugal device concerning speed and 'by a vacuum device concerning load. The ZIL- 15CV with distributor R-21A is an example in this respect. Distributors produced by automotive elec- trical equipment plants do not always correspond to the technical specifications. At NII Avtopriborov, 37 new series distributors of type R-20 and R-21 Card 1/4 were investigated. Six distributors exceeded the SOV/113-59-5-5/21 Vacuum Devices for Automatic Ignition Advance Under All Operating Conditions tolerance by 10 on the distributor shaft, while fiveo vacuum spark control devices showed an excess of 1.5 After a run of 25,000-60,000 km the function of the automatic devices deteriorated,, 17 centrifugal spark advancers showed an error of 4u, Chile 14 vacuum de- vices exceeded the tolerance by 2 . Tests conducted by NII Avtopriborov showed that for traffic condi- tions in the USSR ignition control according to load is necessary and that the application of the centrifugal spark advance alone will lead to an excessive fuel consumption. The work for selecting the characteristic of an automatic vacuum icrnition governor was conducted by NII Avtopriborov in co- operation with the Gorlkiy and Moscow automobile plants and the Moskovskiy zavod malolitrazhnykh avtomobiley (Moscow Plant of Low Engine Displacement Card 2/4 Automobiles). For this purpose, the vacuum condi- SOV/113-cO-5-ci-/21 Vacuum Devices for Automatic Ignition Advance Under All Operating Conditions tions in the carburetor intake were studied. Figure 3 shows graphs of the vacuum in a K-22G carburetor. It was established that the combination of the va- cuum taken from the diffusor 4 and the intake col- lector hK, as shown in Figure may be used for con- trolling the vacuum governor. Presently, the charac- teristics of automatic vacuum ignition governors were established for engines GAZ-51, GAZ-51F, ZIL-120 and ZIL-15OV. Figure 5 shows the charac- teristic of the automatic vacuum governor for the ZIL-15OV. Figure 6 shovis 2 distributors equipped with vacuum ignition advance control under all load conditions. For comparison, a mass-produced distri- Card 3/4 butor is shown in Figure 7. The authors mentioned SOV/113-59-5-5/21 Vacuum Devices for Automatic Ignition Advance Under All Operating Conditions operational tests of the aforementioned vacuum go- vernors on "Pobeda" and ZIM sedans, GAZ-51, ZIL-150 and on buses ZIL-155 which showed satisfactory re- sults. After the test vehicles had covered distances of 100,000 km, the spark advance still worked satis- factorily. There are 3 diagrams and 3 graphs. ASSOCIATION: Avtopriborov Card 4/4 AUTHOR: Vaneyev, I.I~ Engineer 136-11-14/17 TITLE: Use of Carboxymethyl-c'ellulose for the Flotation of Sulphide nickel-copper Ores (Primeneniye karboksimetv_ iltsellyulozy pri flotatsii sullfidnykh nikelevo-mednykh rud) IERIODICAL: Tsvetnyye Metally, 1957, NO-11, PP~ 79 - 81 ~USSR) ABSTRACT; At present waterGlass is used for suppressint.,; flota- tionally active silicates in treatinE; crude concentrnL-es of sul- .oh-*de nickel-copper ores. But the author points out that this becomes less effective when the active-silicate content rLses to 60-801/'o, which prevents efficient nickel recovery. Based on successful laboratory work by the Mekhanobr Institute on Kaula ores the Institute, in March, 195?, carried out seri'4-full scaie experiments together with works personnel of the experimental plant at the Pechenganikell Uorks on the use of carboxymethyleellulose instead of waterglass for Zhdan v ores. The flow sheet for the process developed is given and results of comparative tests on the thickenability of concen- trates obtained with the new and old reagents are presented (Fig-2). It was found that 1.--ith carboxymethyl-cellulose concentrates with higher nickel and copper and lower rnnar-nesia contents and with better thickenability can be pro duced than with waterglass. There are 2 figures, I table and 2 Russian Unrd'_/2 references. 0 136-11-14/1? U2.e of Carboxvmethyl-celluloBe for the Flotation of Sulphide Pickel- copper ores ASjOCIATION: Mekhanobr Institute (Institut Mekhanobr) AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Gard 2/2 1. Sulfide nickel copper ores-Flotation 2. Carboyynet!Wl cellulose-Applications vfflTim, 1.1.0 Insh., referent , ~" IReducing the viaguesta content of concentrates at the Plin-Flon Copper-Ifickel Plafit (from "Canadian Mining and Metallurgical Bulletin" no. 536. 1956). Obog. rud 3 no.2:5?-59 158. (14IRA 11:11) (Canada--Nonferrous metals-Metallurg7) VANEYEV, I.I. Oweentration tables with ccnerete decks. Obog. rud 4 nc.O'; 54 159. (MP~ 14; 8) (Germany, East-Ore dressing-Equipment and supplies)