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ACC NRt--~i66~6~67 SOURCE CODE: UR/0413/66j'000/016/0035/00351 INVENTOR: Bliznyuk, N. K.; Kvasha, Z. N.; Khokhlcv, P. S.; Libman,, B. Ya.; Vershi in. P. V.: Beym, A. I.; Mil'gotin, I. M. ORG: none TITLE- Preparation of S,S,S-trialkyl trithiophosphates. Class 12,, No. 184864 SOURCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, no. 16, 1966, 35 TOPIC TAGS: 1 -4 4-u 4,4 warcaptan, phoophoryl chloride# phosphate, chemical readtion, phosphorus chloride ABSTRACT: To simplify the technological preparation of S,S,S-trialkyl trithio- phosphates by.the reaction of mercaptans with phosphoryl chloride, the reaction Is conducted in the presence of an ammonium salt of substituted pqlX~~ioph sphoric or polythi5jphosp~pnic acids as catalysts. SUB CODE: 07/ SUBM DATE: 24May65:. [WA-50; CBE No. 111 ACC NR. AP7013151 SOURCE CIDDE: UR/0413/66/000 02l;O04OjOO4O IWvMCR: Bliznyuk, N. K.; Khokhlov, P. S.; Libman, B. Ya.; Vershinin, P. V.; Beyn, A. I.; Varshavskiy, S. L. ORG: none TITLE: Hathod for preparing alkyl(aryl)dithiodich'lorophosphates,, Class 12, no. 187785 SOURCE: IzobretenLya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znakil, no. 21, 1966, 40 TOPIC TAGS: heterocyclic base compound, mercaptan, organic phosphate SUB CODE: 07' ABSTRACT: A method Is claimed for the preparation of alkyl(aryl)dIthio- dichlorophosphates, which differs in that for'the purpose of extending the utilization of resources and increasing the yield of useful products, phosphorous thlotrichlorldo Is subjected $:o.reactlon with mercaptans In the presence of catalytic quantities of heterocyclic bases, for example pyri- dine. CJPRS; 40,4227 Cgrd ~IL 4958-66 EWT(m)/EPF(")/0Jp(J)/E-,jp(t /ENP(b) Ijp(~~) M JD H ACC NR t AP5025679 SOURCE'FOD& UH/0286/6~/ _5*/qQ/oc2 znyukp N. Kq t berikova, Re I, I I AUTHOR-St Bli Verghinin P. V, I ~at_ Libman. ilhokhlov, Pe 3* iA. ORGs none TITLE-. A method for obtaining tr:ialkyltetrathiopho.-;Phatio~I Class J2, No, 1746J by 9~: nization of thj State Committee fo -Indtiatry at-ths--- ga r Chemical .-Gosplan SSSR -(Organizatsiya- gosudgstvannogo komiteta po khimiche3l:oy ii propWaHlennosti pri go3plane SSSR* .17 ;A ISOURCEt Byulleten' izobreteniy i tovarny1ch znakov, no.,18, 1965, 26 __.'J__TQP1Q -TAGS z __ tri4lkyltetrathiophosphate,--thiotrichlarophosphorus,- mercaptan, qulf organic compoundp cata.3,vat V A B RACT: This Author Certificate presents a method for obtaininf; trialkyltetra- tZ,~.Bphatea.--Tho--compouzxL4a-. obtained -by--r-eactir.,Y,-tliiotrialilorciphoi;phorus -with alkylmercaptans. To increase the purity of the fina.L product# the reaction is carried out in presence of catalyijt3--quinoline~ pyridine.or alkyl d,erivatives of Ithe lattere, Card 1/2 UDCi 547.41341-07- A VERS=N, Petr Vasillyevich Osnovy Agrofiziki (By) P. V. Vershinin (1 dr.) Moskva, Fizmtgiz, 1959- 90) po illus., diagre., graphs, tabless Includes bibliographies. VERSHIIIIN,.Petr Vasil'yevich; MELIKKOVA. Hariye Konstantinoima; MICHURIN, I Nikolayevi ch; MOSMOV, Boris Sergeyevich; POTASOV, Mikolay Petrovich; CHMOVSM, Abram Filippovich, prof.: I(M. A.Z., skaaemik, red.: RIVM. I.B., kand.seliskokhoz.nouk, red.; ORLOVAO L.I., red.; POLISKATA, R.G., [Principles of agricultural physics] Oanovy agrafiz!Lki. Hookya, Gos.izd-vo fiziko-matem.lit-ry, 1959. 903 P. (MIRA 13:2) (Agricultural physics) .-YIWHMN,-P.V. S.vntbetlc soil conditioners [with sumnixy in Inglishl. Pochyo- vedenis no.10:28-37 0 158* (VRA 11:10) 1. Agrofizicheekly neuchno-iseledovateltakly Institut, Leningrad. (Soil conditionerij) VERSHININ, Patr Vasillyprich- DOLOOT, S.I., doktor sellskokhoz,,vauk, red.; 0 . ., nd.izd-va; KRUGLIKOVA, N.A., tekhn.rod. (Soil structure and conditions for its formation] Poch7ennai& struliturs. i usloviis, es formirovaniia. Moskva, Izd-vv Akad.vauk SSSR. 1958. 187 P. OGRA 12:2) (Soil physics) RRVUT, IOBO Structure and physical properties of twilo in the Kawinnay-a Steppe, Sbor.trudojv agronsfize no,6:,,i-56 '53, (HIRA 11:7) (Kamonnaya Stoppe-Soile) VERSHININ, P.V. Physical and chemical nature of soil structure. Sbor.trud.po agron.fis. no.6:208-218 153. (MM 11:7) (Soil physics) Reversibility of phenom~~ of--water.stabllit,7 of the soil structure* Sbor*trvd*p~--4grvn.fiz. no.6r219-227 t5). 0111A.11:7) (Soil phy-sics) VERSHININ, P.V.; REVUT, I.B. Methods for determining the water stability of soils. Sbor.trud.po agron. fis. no-5:5-16 '52. (UM 11:7) (Soil physice) VE."HINIII. P.V.; POTASOV, H.P. Methods for stud7ing soil air. Sbor. trud.po agron. fiz. no.5:17-25 152. (MI3A 11:7) (Gages iu soile) VOSHININ, Petr Vasillyevich Sci-Res Agrophysical Inst WKMIL, Academic degree of Doctor of Agricultural Scienceso based on his defense, 17 Novemlxx 1953, in the Council of the Leningrad Agricultural Inst., of his dissertation entitled: "Forming of Sail Structure". Academic degree and/or title: Doctor of Sciences SO: Decisions of VNK, List no. 93 1.6 April 55, Byulleten' YIIO SSE, No. lh, Jul 56, Moscow, pp h-22, Uncl. JPRSAY429 3(9) S 0 7/5 o -5 9 - 1 a2 52z-- AUTHORs Vershinin, S. TITLEs A New Expedition Ship PERIODICAL: Aeteorologiya i gidrologiya, 1959, Nr 'o, Pr, -'7 - 5-6 (j5SR) A35TRAM The new expedi-tion sMp "A. 1, V~q,,;.-,,'-ov" wa3 crmnmisulorei. It was bailr by the sudo.-troitellnyy zavod ~'M- Yard imeni 1, 1. Nose&-to)ny orae~~, c,f '3 Giav,,~~,yo j;iur~. che3koy s1uzh-%i flair- Admninistruti-3n Of '.--E Service) (F-4 '~. It is inended fcr E~nd logical res;ar-zh' work within the storiy latitad(~s of th- P, fi,3 throiu:ho;it the year. Like 'he otner Soviet exDeaitioi Sl-i~,,s "Cbl", 'llikhail 11Vi-y&.-1"j and ';Seva~,topcll", is a floati:q,- in-titate with a pev:aan-~,nt staff cf and, sciprirific equi-,raezv~. It is a shcltpr-deck mo-cr shif. w ar, e.!:t~--dedl waist ~upvr:;Ilruf~,turra, a and an engine rccm amidships. It. has an c-ver-all 1~ngth of 84-6 m, a beam of 14 r., ari~l r, f-r--~-.-board of 110 m, An M 43/61----ngine of 2COG hp at 250 rpm viith direct shaft drive is %n-.;talled as mair. Card 1/2 engine. kL-. fuli engine performance, the ship attains a speud I A New Expedition Ship 5OV/5o-59-1c-25/25 of 12 knots, it has a range of 15000 miles, and the maximum length of voyage is 12o days including reserves. It operates throughout the year without aNt restrictions. The article is concluded with a short general list of the apparatus and equip- ment on board the ship. There is 1 figure. Card 2/2 VIMSHININ, S.S. Dry-freight transportation boat for the Volga River. Biul. tekh.-ekon. inform. no.10:70-7Z '59. (KUU 13:3) (Volga River-.7reighters) - - - - -- --- VZUHINIII -S-S -- --- -- ---- - --- - - -- - - ---- - ---- - --- -- - Ship for sea and river navigation used for transportation of cotton and lumber. Bitil.tekh.-ekon.inform. no.4:65-66 160. (MIRA 13:11) (Areightere) VF.RSHININ, B.S. Perishable cargo carrier. Biul.tekh.-ekon.inform. no-7-# 60-61 160. MRA 13--7) (Freighters) VXRSHININO-S.S. . -- The nTavriag fish refrigerator ship. Idul.tekh.-ekm4inform. uo*q: 63-66 960. (MIRA 13.10) (Refrigerator ships) Vwx III S. The 5,000-ton lumber carrier O?av:Lin Vinogradove" Blulotekho-ekon. inform. no.11:60-62 160. 13: 11) (Lumber-Transportat tort) VERSHIVINV S.S. The "Volga-Don-l" dr7-cargo diesel shi; with a 5vOOO-ton n*o',3:61-63 161 (HIRA 14:3) capacity. 1 0 (Freighters) , VERSHININ,, S.S. I Sectional barge "Parryib" Biul,, tekh.--skon. Inform. Cos. nauoho-isel. Inst. nauch. I tekh. inform. 17 no.301-11 164. (min 1719) VERSHININ,, S.S. i0 -53 163- Floating fish cannery Biul. tekh.-ekon, inform. no. WO (MIU 14: 5) (Fishing boats) VERSHININ, S.S.j Icebreaker and freighter "Amguema." Biul.tekh.-ekoritinform. no.8:75-77 161. (,IURA 14:8) (Ice-breaking veasels) VERSHININ..-S.S. Freight cranes on sea-going vessels. Bial.tekh.-ekon.inform. no.10.,75-76 161. (IMA 14:10) (Crowe, derricks, etc.) (Freighters) VERSHININ, S.S. Self-propelled ferryboat for rivers and reservoirs. Biul.tekh,ekon- inform. no.11:83-84 '61. (MBU 14:12) (Ferries) VFMSHININ, B.S. M-y-earp-frd4Mer-xYoltA*ao-w- Biul.tekh.-okon.inform.Gooonauch.- iso.l.inst.nauch. i tekh.infam. no.7t74,76 162. (MIRA 15:7) (Araighters) VFM11121111, S.S. The OStrela" sea-going'pasbenger.diesel ship with unddirwater wings. BiuI.tekh.-ekcd1. inform. Gos.nauch ~4a al. inat. nauch. i tekh.inform. no.8:75.-77 162. (MIRA 15.7) (Planing buns) .1 VMSH3M3W, S.S. The *Chernomorskaia-10 eartb-transporting diesel scov. Diul.tekh.- ekon.inform.dos.nauch.-issl.inst.nauch.i tekh.inform. no.lt74-75 163. (MM 16:2) (Scova) . ~~w FV4.M -- -.-- --- --- VEItSHININ, S.S. Refrigerator ship OSibir." Biul.tekh.-okon.inform.Gos,,nauchs- lool.inst.nauch.i tekh.infom. no.205-76 163. VOU 16s2) (ftefri6rator shipo) VERSHININ, S.S. Lumber carrier *Vytegralis.t Biul.tokh.-okon.infom.Gos.nauch.- leal.inst.nauch. i tekh.inform. no.396547 163. (MIRA 16:4) (Lumber-Transportation) (Freighters) VERSHININ S.S. Maritime passenger motorboat "Baku" for Cagpian oilfifilds. Biul.tekh.-ekon.inform.Goo.nauch.-isel.inst.nauch.i-ttikh.inform. 16 no.468-69 163. (MDU 16s8) (Caapian Sea-Motorboatis) S.S. VERSHINIII, ,hip llAladejrjk A f i3hiTlg Scientific "rr . I . inst. nauchg infOrm- Gos auch.-ass 78-81 je 14. . Biul- tekh--ekl* 'I nc..6*. YlliPc"'chllnformo 'L' ;; tekh- i (91pl, 17:11) ' VERSHININ, S.S. Fish-refrigerating ship with 15t. a day capacity. inform.Gos.nauch.-issl.inst.nauch.i tekh.inform. 163* Biul.tekh.-ekon.- 16 no.7t62-U (NIRA 16:8) (Refrigerator ships) ROZEN, Boris Yakovlevich; VERSHININ T.I. -, -4!.A ~r er, [Pon.-Ian saltj the M'story of salt production In the Kama Valloy) Pormianka; istorila s*hanogo proiz-vodsWa v Prikamle. Ferm' , Permskoe knizhnoe izd-vop 3965, 124 P . (MIRA -113:1o) VERSHININ, V.D. (Moskva); hULEBAKIN, V.S. (Moskva) Synthesis of linear invariant autorwitlc~ control systems. Aytcm. i telem. 26 no.1:42-49 Ja 1~5. (MIRA 18W ACC NRs EWT(d)/EWP(v k)/E,*(h)/E'fiP(1) BC SOURCE CODE: AUTHOR: Vershinin, V. D. (Moscow) ORG: none TITLE: Problems in the design of reproducing systems with a high order of- astatism SOURCE: Avtomatika i telemekhanika, no. 6, 1966, 200-203 TOPIC TAGS:' automatic control theory programmed control system, servomechanism system . i3ororntgr1a daA~7&4v.. DF-',,,GAJ ABSTRACT: A method is outlined for the design of reproduction systems (servosystems and programmed control systems) having a high degree of astatism which operate a various levels of input noise. The conditions for the stabilization of closed systems which are equivalent to combined systems are established, and an analysis is made of a case in which the conditions for complete invariantness in the system in terms of drift are fimdamentally fulfilled without the introduction of positive feed-back. Orig. art. has: 3 figures and W formulas. SUB CODE: 13/ SUBM DATE: 13Jan66/ ORIG REF: 004/ OTH REF: 000 UDC: 62-501 00/006/0200/0203 I'L ___ACC-NR, -LiR/0266/65/000,1012/0022/009-2 IWNTOR .---Levin Daiii1ov pe M. P.--D Flekhanov P. ~ S Pash henko, - V. Te Lachinov S1 S KuznetW67i_Y. W. F.Rabina p Levitekayap T. T.1 Tatarov,, F. Sol Upinekaya,'V. P.; Cherneyevaj Z. H.; Alekseyeva,, 26se ORG: none TITM Steel for manufacturing AMniaAsynthesis catalyzerl 'Claiss 1~ No. 171877 SOURCEs Byunatent izobrateniy i tovarnym znakov, no. 12, 1965, 22 TOPIC TAGS: steelp ammonia# inorganic synthesis# catalysis MiSTRACTt A steel for manufacturing ammonia synthesis catalyzers is distinguished increased catalyzdr activity and has the following chemical cc by mposition; of J-0-24 Al 'a -0-05% Kno 0-008% Po 0-008% So 0-05% Cr. 0.10% Cu. 0.05% Nis- 0;4()% Sij, balance-iron. [JPRS-) 0 SUB CODE I no 07 SM DATE: none UM-66 Ir LEVIN, A.M.; GLAZOV, A.N.; VERSHININ, V.I.; DANILOV, P.M.; PASHCHENKO, V.Ye. -- ... ..... . .1.1~ Characteristics of the production of catalyzer steel with a low addition content. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; chern. met. 8 no.M62-68 165. (MIRA 18:9) 1. Sibirskiy znetallurgicheskiy institut i XuznetskJy metal.lurgi- cheskiy kombinat. L 00619-67 EWT, m)/EwP(t)/ETr/UP(k) ACC NR, Ap6ol6o3o - (A) jAUrHOR: Vershinin, V. I. (Ensineer). --JU/rM CODE: UR/0145/640;/000/011/0120/0125 gq ORG: None jTr=: Drawin~lindrical pelts vith.fluges MURCH: IVUZ. Hashinos*oyeniye, no. 11, 1965, 1M-125 TOP16 TAGS: metal drawing, plastic deformation, die, ultimate stress, yield stress ABSMCT; the authof, studies the effect of impulsion an stress reduction in the critical cross section of a part during drwing through the rounded edge of a the in the first phase of deformation. The dimea0ions of the region of plastic deformation are constant during this process.' A formula is given for calculating the maximum Istress in the critical crqss section of the part. Graph6 are given showing the effect of various factors on the stress Inthe critical ctoss section. The coefficient of friction is assumed to be (1.15 four all;cases. It is shown that impulsion relieves stresses in the critical cross section of~the part. Annular bulges are studied. The results shov,that the effect of impulsion depends on the entering angle aL. for the first phase of defolamtion. Impulsion increases stress at an entering angle ak"/2 L-00619-67 ACC Nits AP6016030 In the critical cross section. Formulas are given fQr determinirg critical strength the first approximation. In the finai stage of deformation, stress =W be reduced in the critical cross section by relieving the forces acting on the flange, although this produces annular deformation. The drawing process should be done In several stages to produce a good flange surface. Orig. art. has'. 3 figures, I table, 6 formulas so-com. 13/ sum DATz: oAugO/ ORIG.RZF: -OOT/ OTH REY: 000 pb VERSHININg Ye.A.; FILIMONOV, V.N.; KISLYAKOV, L.D.; CHVANOV, P.A.; EEtTATM-"M.A.) KOROBKOV, V.P. 5 Efficient flotation flow chart for collective concentrates at. the Sibay plant. TSvet. imt. 38 no.4:14-17 Ap 165. (MIRA 1825) L 1884-66 EWT(I)/FCC- GS/GW ACCESSION XR: AT5022834 uR/oooo/65/000/DOO/O215/O223 1;Z AUTffOR: Vershinin. Ye. F.z Ponomarev e. TITLE: Observatlons of very-low-frequency emission from aurora SOURCE., ----Vsesoyuznoye -sovesh haniye-po-kosinofizicheakoinu-napi-avienlyu-isisiledo-.,a~iy c 'Yakuti;k 6 19)2. Kosm cheakl`ji~' hi iI problemy kosmo- fiz12_W6s-iJfc_raYs and-problems-infilace ptiyaics);-trudy-i3ov(~ntichaniya.- Novogibir4k, Redizdat Sib. otd. All Emn,11965, 215-223 ABSTRACT, Results of studies of vIf emission from aurora conducted In 1962 are presented. Reception of signnis took place Fit Tlkni Bay. Signal-reception equlpm4Qnt included a horizontal ring-type antenna (dinmeter, 40 m), a -.aeries of filters cov-i ering the entire operating range (820-i4oo cp:3), a wide-ben,11 amplifier gain, 105ii, an attenuator with an additional If fIlter, and narrow-band 2",tive RC fil'ters. I Signal Images on the oscilloscope screen were recorded photographically and regis-i tered by the N-370 M recorder mounted on the output of the ccmpensation circuit. I Simultaneously with the regular recordings, rapid variations in aurora optical 1wi nescence were measured at 3000-6000 X by a photometer using the FTU-19M photomul- tiplier. Signal recording for the most part contered at 11 he. Data from visual observati ons, electrophotometer readings, vert,-! cal Ionospheric sounling, and hori-i i -_Ora 1 /2 L 1884-66 ACCESSION nR: Ar5022834 'in the study. A zontal magnetic -ield component measurements were correlated clog relationship was noted among-visually observedaurorat-inagnetic field disturbanceal -Es layer- appearances,-, and- v1f 6mibstoh. Maximum optical Inte,naity of aurora coin- cided with the maximum vlf signal intensity. In cases of total absorption of radid probes In the ionosphere, the vlf signal wan rt!corded only during large magnetic dtsturbances. The range of vlf signal'3 Was loiter during the evening hours than at other times and shifted to higher valt.iea during the night, IndIvidlial aurora for- mationsiproauced vlf signals over the ruil freqiiency range ~rith no maximum intensit at any particular frequency. OrIg. srt. has: 6 figures, 10 formulas, and 3 tablesi [PW) ASSOCIATION! Institut koamofizicheakikh looledavaniy i aeronomli YaF SO-AN SSSR (Institute of Space Physii!s Research and AeroncV,_ Ys~ So AN OSSR) SUBMITTED: 29oct64 ENM 00 SW CODEt ES, EM 30 REF SOV: 003 OTHER: oa6 ATD PRESS.-/H/~2 Card ACC NRi AR6019482 SOURCE COff Rs Vershinin, Yes Z,; Fonomarev, Ye. A. w ra~ueacy radiation of aurora polaris s Rafe 21* Astronomiyaj, Aba., 2&5lo5O2 EF SOURCE: Sbe Fbamiche luchi i proble komofize Wovosibirakp ftb, otd, AN SSSRO 965p 215-223 .OPIG TAGSs aurora# radiation, very low frequency, pbotometerl goo tic fieldo ma gns .onospher6 ABSTRAG-N Ultra-low frequency radiation of aurora polaris was observed on'the frequen- cy of 3.1 kc in 1962 at Tiksi Bay, At the same time, the optical glowof auroras in the I.X3000-6000 range was recorded by the eleotrophotometer, The experimental apparatus in described. A-close relationship was detected between the auroras o'bserved visually, the perturbations of the terrestrial magnatic field,, the formation of the E. layer, and ultra-2ow frequency radiation. The interaction between ultra-2ow frequeny radiation ar.d the ionosphere was investigated@ Bibliography of 9 titles, L rao Lfrauslation of CODE a UDG& 561.594.5 VFRSHININ, YU.I. Results of thn inventigatlon rj,' Ue effeu-t of speed of a driiiing on the of Razved. i okh. nedr. 30 no.11:5~~59 IN 164. th~.-' r,,-tation~,l fim-11"Incnd 'rdtl. I (MIRA 18:4) 1. Urallskoye goologiclieskoye upravlorlye. L 60856-65 E'.,;G 2 /':~WpJ EdIT, 1.3 AM AR 50114 11 Lm M(A 14A /I 'k AUMOR i VershinIn, Yu. H. TZ=. Conerste as electratectaxical material C ryOU=: Tr. Sibirsk. n. -i. in-ts energ. v:,p. 2(21), 1964, 5- U jTOPIC tkW: concrete, cement, insulating material, non tallic !onductor TRAInSLATION: Analyse5 of thi-:e vaftetieB of concrete 7-! -rne 7 c4ement, wvl cpm--n+ U7 -21 L 60858-65 ACCUSION NR: AR5-OL14LI Card MEL: 00 L_o8?22-67____EwT11)- -iip(c) ACC NR, Ai,6026307'--'- SOURCCCODt-'.-UR/0288/667/OC,GOOf/0149, AUTHOR: VershLnin, Yu. N. 1/0 ORG: Siberian Scientific-Research Institut of Power Engineering, Novosibirsk (Sibir~kiy TITLE: Possibility of a phenomenological approach to the quantitative analysis of the electric strength of solid dielectrics SbURCE: AN SSSR. Sibirskoye otdeleniya. Izvestiya. SerLya tekhnLcheskikh nauk, no.1, 1966, 149-153 TOPIC TAGS: solid dielectric, dielectric breakdown, dielectric strength, dielectric material ABSTRACT; A thermoAynamic approach is proposed to the problem of determining the work performed by the*'electrons during the development of breakdown, with the aim of overcoming the mathematical and physical difficulties involved in a kinetic approach that is based on laws which govern in time and space the motion of electrons in a dielectric. A thermodynamic approach, for example, eliminates the necessity of study- Lng the peculiarities of the motion and interaction of ionizing electrons. The work performed by the electrons is then characterized by thermodynamic parameters of the natural and streamer states of the dielectric. The determination of these parameters does not encounter any major obstacles. The correspnnding equations of electrical resistance are derived on the basis of an avalanche-type streamex theory*of develop- L o8722-67 ACC.NRi AP6026307 0 ment-of breakdown, taking into account recent theoretical and experimental data of the processes.associated with the 'formation of a discharge, and making use of the general- ly accepted equality between the energy acquired by an electron in an electric field and the work performed by an electron in a dielectric. An analysis developed on this basis leads to a general expression for the.electric strength in the form E.P'- k (c. )... d) W, - The results obtained from this equation for various dielectric material are found to correiate well with the experiment. Orig. art. has: 12 formulas; and I table. SUB COM 20/ SUBM DATEt 25Sep65/ ORIG REF: 022/t OTH REF: 006 A TE~H I LIf Nn$ E.N. PiTYUN""V , If M. Datemil ning the critical cf r--,ar;i in t.'-e d~-jtn'g process. Stek. i ker. 22 no.L1:24-26 N '65. (Mip,* is:il) 1. Novo.-Abirskiy inzhenernc-ot-olte;-Aln~r itut (:rn-, Vershinina). y inst 2. Y-vosibir3kll'y e,16ktrotakiln'-~-henki-y Ir-stitnt svya,z-i (for Pityunov). I YUDELSVICH, I.G.; VERSHININA, F.I.; SOSNOVSKAYA, T.I. Spectrographic determiration of arsenic, antimony, an! Un in rav materials and intermediate products of the leaf] industr7. Sbor.trud. VNIITSVETMET no.9:181-185 165-, (MIRA 18:11) VERSHININA, F.I.; VIKRAREV, L.I. Spectrographic dete=Lnation of tellurium in telluric lead. Sbor.trud. VNJITSVETMET noo9:186-188 165m (MIRA 18% 11) VARSHININA, K.I. ---------- Ioading scientist I.I. Xechnikov; on the 110th annivarsary of his birth. Mikrobiol. zhur. 17 no.4:68-70 '55 (XLRA 10:5) (BIOGRAPHIES. Mechnikov. I.1.) (Uk) G(LIMUM, Isak Hoiseyevich; VERSHININA. Klovdiya Illinichns [Poliomyelitis and its prevention] Tollowielit i e.go pro- filaktika. Izd.2., dop. i perer. KLev, Goomedisdat USSR, 1960. 159 P. OICMA 13:12) (POLIOKYZLITIS) GOLISHTXTU, Isak Koyseyevich, professor-, VmRSHININA: Xlavdiya 111inichna, kandidat meditsinskikh nau1c; XOL-Bill, 3.1u., 'r'edaktor; GITSHTRN, A.D., tekhredaktor [Poliomyelitis an& its prevention] Poliomielit i ego profilaktika. Kiev, Goo, med. Izd-vo USSR, 1956. 108 p. (MIRA 9:8) (POLIONMITIS) VERSHININA, K.I.; MASIDVA, L.I.; KHANINA, E.E.; MARYANSKAYA, Ye.Yu. Study of the Banitaz7 arrangements, schedules, and Incidence of infectious diseases in the schools of Dnepropetrovsk. GigA san. 26 no.12:88 D 161. (MM 15:9) 1. Iz kafedr kommmallnoy gigiyeny I gigiyeny detwy I podrostkov Dnepropetrovsko o meditsinskogo instituta. IDNEPROPETROVSK--SCHOOL HYGIENE) YZwHja1HA,-K1avdin._j11 ill ~qhn4, kand. mad. nauk; BARSHTEYN, Yu.A.,, red.;.ZAPOLISKAYA, L.A., tekhm. red. (Botkin's disease in children's collectives and measures for its prevention] Bolezn' BoWna v detskikh kollektivakh i mery ee profilaktikl. Kiev, Gpomedizdat USSR, 1963. 142 p. (HEPATITISp INFECTIOUS) (MIRA 16:7) (CHILDREN-DISEASES) SHKLYAYEV, Aleksandr Sergeyevich; BALKOV, Vladimir Aleksandrovich; YELSWINj T.I.j red.; YEZOV, G.M.f tekbr,. red. [Cli,mate of Perm Province) Klimat Fermskoi oblast:1. Permll Permskoe knizhnoe izd-vo, 1963. 189 p. (MIRA 17:2) DEDOV, Gavriil Ivanovich; i:O~,'HETUC'V, ",'ui,iy I T * 1-1 . red. Alcksmixt,rovsk. Parr., F,oj-r.;skoe lnJ.,,hnoo izn-vo, 1963. 70 p. (MIRA 170) SHARIPOV, Akram Agzarnovich; VER.1311IN111p T.I., red. General 11,V.Krisanov. Perm' Ferrxko4i knizhnoe izd--irc, 1963. 50 p. (KIRA 17:51) VISHNAVSKIT, Borls Hikols3rovich;.YFAMININ, T.I., red.; NEUDAKINA. N.G., [The explorer Kirill XhlabnIkov] Puteshastvennik Kirill Ihiab- nikov. Perm', Parr-skoe knizhuas izd-,ro, 1957. 59 P. (MM 13:3) (Khlebnikov, Kirill Timofeavich) NIKOLAYEV, S.F.; VISRSHININ, T.I., red.; NXJDAKINA, N.G., !-, [Kungurl Kungur. Perml. Permakos knizhnoo izd-vo, 1958. 145 p. (MIRA 12:11) (Kungur--History) (Kungur--liconomic conditions) VERSHININ V General line of Soviet foreign policy. Koung Vooruzhs Sil 4 no. 19%8-16 0 163. - .(MIRA 17:7) --VIRSHININ, V.D. (Moslcva) Electron tube circuit for summation of signals. Avtoz. i telem. 21 no.11:1560-1562 a 160. (MIRAL 13:11) (Servomechanisms) VMHININ.. V.D. (Moskva) -1 Relationship between the adjuncts of d-eterminant elements aad its appl-ication to the invariance theory. Avtoza.i telem, 23 no.4. Ul-"6 Ap 162. (AIRA 15 -.4) (Aut;omatic control.) s/103/62/023,/004/002/011 D299/ "301 AUTHOR: Vershininp V.D. (Moscow) TITLE: On the relation between cofactors of determinant ele- ments and its use in invariance theory PERIODICAL: Avtomatika i telemekhanikap v. 23, no* 41 1962p 441-446 TEXT: A*relationship is established betvicen the cofactors of a de- terminant. This relationship yields a foi-mula which rermits calcula- ting the value of the determinant by means of (n-1) cofactors. The existence of a relationship between the cofactors Aa 0 f the deter- minant //ai j// is proved by means of a viell-known property of deter- minants (if the elements of a column (row) are multiplied by the al- ebraic complement of the corresponding elements of another column w)v and the products are addedp then the sum equals zero). The M question of such a relationship arises when determining the number of signals applied to the various networks of a control system, with respect to which the controlled partuneter can be! made comple- Card 1/3 3/103/b2/023./004/002/011 On the relation between cofactors 1)299/D-,,Ol tely invariant by setting the corresponding cofactors equal to zero. One obtains i=s-l i=n A )' a A + a A (4) sk asd id ik id ik)* i=1 i=s+l Hence the cofactor A 8k depends on the cofactors'Ak of other ele- ments of the kth column. The relationship is used in invariance tneory. Thereby an expression is obtained which shows that if (n-1) cofactors vanish, i.e. if the function xk (t) is absolutely invari- ant with respect to (n-1) functions fi(t), then the principal de- terminant of a system of differential equations with constant coef- ficients vanishes alsot provided at least oneelement a sd is not ze- ro. Further, the compensation of changes in a determinant, by way Gf increasing the value of one (or of several) elements, is conside- red. Pormulas are derived which permit calculating the required changes in certain elements# so as to compensate the effect ton the Card 2/3 3/103/62/023/004/002/011 On the relation between cofactorB ... D299/D301 determinant) of changes in other elements. These formulas can be used e.g. for determining the changes resulting from introduction of feedback. It is noted however, that it is not always possible to compensate changes in certain elementep by effecting changes in other elements. There are 8 Soviet-bloc references. SUBMITTED: June 19,, 1961 Card 3/3 29562 /V/' Fo S/024/61/000/005/002/009 j 6 _') E140/E135 AUTHORS! Kulebakin., V.S., and Vershinin, V,D. (Moscow) TITLE4 The invariance of servosystems with respe,zt to several signals PERIODICAL: Akademiya naUk SSSR. Izvestiya~ Otdeleniye tekhniches- kikh nauk. Energetika i avtomatika) no.5, 1961, 25-37 TEXT-, The authors consider linear automatic control systems which can be described by equations with constant coefficients with combined regulation, i,e. regulation with respect to the disturbances and the deviations. A solution of the differential equation describing the behaviour of the coordinate xifrmay be represented as the sum of the following components. a ee component, constituting the general solution of a homogeneous differential equation and a forced component resulting from the action on the system of a disturbance, found as a particular solution, The free component appears only in the presence of a disturbance or when the process is caused by non-zero initial conditions. In high-quality control systems it is necessary that the free component rapidly attenuate and have small absolute Card 1/# ~ S/ 29562 The invariance of servosystems with 024/61/000/005/002/009 r~140/E135 values while the forced component should be practically zero. Theme requirements can be satisfied when 'the disturbantes are either arbitrary functions of time bounded in abrolute value c- are prescribed functions of time. The invariance conditions may be expressed in two ways. one of these i:9 based on the use of supplementary control with respect to the disturbances, the other in the use of compound control, i,e, the introduction of 11 upplementary restraints with respe--t to other coordinate3 connected with the controlled object, The first method has th? advantage that it does not affect the dyn-amic, properties of the system. The authors retall from the theory of determinants that if all elements of a row or column but one vanish, all n - I adjuncts of the column or row elements in which this eiem-3n- appearti also vanish, In this case the -:-orresponding coordinat- becomes invariant with respezt to all disturbances -it th" remaining coordinates of the system, or all n ~ 1 -uordinat~,4 become invariant with respect to a single disturbari :, Th- required matrix elements tan be reduced to inro bV tW~ tn-odu~:-tion of supplementary couplings, Under certain -vitditi-11- Card 2/4-~ 29562 The invariance of servosystems with S/024/61/OOC,/Oo9/oo2/oo9 EIAO/EI35 vanishing of certain adjuntts will tause the system equations to degenerate to equations of lower o-rder. Then small variat~~ons of the system parametera may lead to vlolations of system stab,-lity, This situation can be treated by suitablii adjustment of the element* not entering into the invariant tondition. Then the system will be coarse in Andronoy'a sense. The metbods develcDed in the article have been tested on the artalogue compute- (EMU-8) and on a d,t, motor speed :ontrol.. Typ,.--al- resalt,3 c" the analogue computation are given in Fl-g.l,, where a represent-3 a fifth order system with regulation with respeoc~t to deviations, 6 the same with introduction of supplementary :ontrol v'th respe:~ to perturbations, and 13 the system with compensation of the disturbance, Fig,2 gives oscillograms of a d-:.. moto!- spe-ed control., whers & gives the results for an ordinary system W-~th control with respect to deviation, and I` 9-vas the system -i-.~ partial invariance - the upper line in oath set gives the outpj-: -elocity9 the middle line the armature -ru.,Itage and the '--w?r :-n: the shaft load. The authors also --onsider application of th~! theory to serveaystems in which the 7,ontr-.,Iled obje,~t 4-3 rszj%zl:-e-~ Card 3/4.~ 2:i'562 The invar-iance e,f ... 5/024/61'1000100!1002/or)) FIAO/ElY to follow the varation-ti cf' an 1~npul, s~-gn-AI' G,V. Sh'.Panov anti A-A, Andronov a.:7fj ment~.onL-1 - 't-, artic.le 44n -:;onnect.~on with thetr -ontributions 4~n this Vic-' There are 5 figures and 16 Sov,.et-blc.,- SUBMITTED4 APril 25, 1961 Card 4/0 ~ 31.061;-65 ACCESISION NR: AP50039t,8 condi.tion of invar"ance the cortroileO variable with refir)prt tr th,. i none ST F~ T 7. S110316010,?1101010051010 B012/BO63 AUTHOR: Vershinin, V. D. oscow) TITLE: Control of Drive by One Zero Indicator Which Fulfille the Functions of Two Zero Indicators PERIODICAL: Avtomatika i telemekhanika, 1960, Vol. 21, No. 10, pp. 1387-1392 T-EXT: The semi-automatic control of available automatic drives and the control of the accuracy of automatic following are carriel out by means of two zero indicators. The greatest difficulty to be overcome is the necessity of observing two pointers at the eame time. The author describes a circuit in which the exact and the rough oignal are added up. This V/ circuit is used to control the drive and to check the accuracy of automa-~- tic following with one zero indicator. This circuit is shown in Fig. 1 and described. Its mode of operation is bas-ed upon the use of the non- linear static resistance characteristic and consists in the following: As soon as the signal of the exact control and part of the signal of the rough control (which reach the zero indicator) attain a certain power, they Card 1/2 Control of Drive by One Zero Indicator Which FUI~ 511031601021101010051010 fillis.theFunctions of Two Zero Indicators B012/BO63 are limited by two dry rectifiers. At a small mismatching angle 9, the pointer of the zero indicator deflects mainly due to the exact control signal, while at a large 9 this is caused by the rough control signal. The dependence of the deflection angle on 9 is studied by the method of circular currents. The corresponding formulas are derived by neglecting the inductive resistance of the winding of the zero indicator, and it is assumed that the sinusoidal shape of the current is not distorted by 9. Next, the author describes a simple method of calculating this circuit. The circuit was tested in the laboratory. It guarantees automatically a high sensitivity to small 9 angles and a .ow senBitivitj of the same instrument at large 9 angles. There are 2 figures and 1 SDviet reference. SUBMITTED: April 4, 1960 Card 2/2 -86257 tio3/60/021/011/014/014 AUTHOR': - Ve,rsh. i ni n j,'V. -D. Woscowj. ~A,Circuit for~'Sipal Summation by Means of Tubes PERIODICAL:~:-- Avtomatika i te'lemek-hanika, 1960; Vol. 21, Ito. 11 , pp- 1566 1562 TEXT: In the servosystem usuall Y two channels are used to t:-ansmit signals, bne. for transmitting fine control, the other for transmitting rough control..An especially simple circuit fox- summing signals at the amplifier input is described (Fig.1). The wo5king principle of thi3 cir- cuiticonsists in the application of a lunF"ed vcltage to the grid i,--twintriode which corresponds to the workfnE7 pcint in the anode grid characteristici To the second grid of the tube a negative voltaj,~e is applied which is equal to or higher than the cutoff voltaC3 of the tube. The modulated control signals are then fed into these-two grids, i.e., voltage U for rough. control and the voltage U for fino'control T ~(Fig. 1. 'The following relation is obtained for the anode voltage: ~CZ - - DITAGENOV, N.P.; DAM)OV, V.F-; VMIIININ" V' I. Usiqg a pantograph for transforming WE curves. Geofl!g. razved. no.2:IW-124 16D. (Pantograph) (~M& 13tl2) WN J-~F 4~ it 5g V 0 r tic KONDYBIN, I.S.; VERSHUM, VA Mine No,15 is an enterprise of com=ni t labor. Ugoll 37 MM no.5:4,5 My 162. (1 15:6) 1. Shakhta No.15., KrasnoyarskLy sovnarkhoz, (Tunguska Basin-4oal mines arul mining) ZHELNOV, RUBLEV, II.Y.; DEMAM, N.P. Oscillograptq of millimicrooscond pulaoo. lzm. telch.-Il" f. - .50 5 1 Ja 6 1. (MIRA 14:1) (Oacillograph) VERSHININI V. V. VERSHININ) V. V. -- "Comparative Evaluation and the Scope of Application of Systems of Forced St~ge Collapsing Includirq,, that with Open Clean- Up Space in the Sokol and Bystrushin Mines," 11in Higher Education U&%, Moscow Inst of Nonferrous Metals and Gold imenJL M. I. Kalinin,. Moscow, 1956. (Dissertation for the Degree of Candidate of Teclinical Sciences.) SO: Knizhnaya Letopis', No 5,, Moscow, Feb 1956