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VINOGRADOV, I.Ye. Congenital pyloric stenosis in infAnts, Xhirargiia 34 no.5:111-112 my 15 8 (MIRA 11: 7) 1. 1z khtrurgicheakogo (tar. I.Te. Vinogradov) I detskogo (ZAV. X.G. Sergeyeva) otdeleniy 13olovolzhakoy rnyonnoy bollnitay ChuvAshokoy ASSR, (PYLORUS. atenosis congen. In inf.. surg. (Rul;)) VINOVADOV, I.Ye. I -, Surgfeii- -technic in so-called Oblack sigma'. Knirurgiia. Moskva 34 no.11:111-112 N 1 58. (NDU 12: 1) 1. Iz khirurgicheelcogo otdelentya (zav. I.Ye. Vinogradov) Belovolzhskoy rayannoy bollnitsy CbwFjshkoy ASSR (glavnyy vrach A.V. Magalinskaya). (COWIR, dis. torsion of sigmoid, aurg. (Ras)). VIAGIGO)OV, I.Ire. ................. Abdontnoporicardioetom7 in the district hoffpltal. JW no.1:7.)-74 Ja-Ir 159. (HIRL 12:10) 1. Iz k-hirurgichaskogo otdelaniya (zav. - 1-Ye.Vinogradov) Belovolzhnkoy rayomnoy bollnitsy Chuvashakoy kSSR. (PERICARDIUM-SOVINRY) VINOGRADOV, K. Conditions of work in the chemical industi-y. Okhr. truda i sots. strakh. 6 no.9:20-21 S 163. (MIRA 16;10) 1. Zamestitell nachallnika tekhnicheskogo upravleniya Gosudarstvennogo komiteta kbiroichaskoy I neftyanoy promyshlonnosti pri Gosplane SS.M. VINOGRADOV K. ,- Economic efficiency of production standardization, unification and specialization. Vop. ekon. no.9s78-85 S 163. (MIRA 16:9) (Machinery industry) USSR/Chemi8try Miscellaneous FD- '(33 Card 1/1 Pub. 50 - 19/20, Authors idov K. Faynshteyn, S. Ya., YashunBkaya, F. I., V noa.1 - If .1 -1(reysberg, A.-Ya., Grigorlyev, P. I. Title New items. Periodical Khim. prom. No 5, 312-318, Jul-Aug 1955 Abstract This section containr! news items dealing with a meeting of chiefs of central plant laboratories of enterprises of the Ministry of Chemical Industry USSR, a meeting of technical personnel engaged in the production of DDT, a meeting of workers at the Scientific Research Institute of the Tire Industry, socialistic competition and introduction of im- provements ih the fixed nitrogen industry, experience of operators at the "Krasnyy Treugollnik" plant in the con- tinuous production of rubber footwear by the conveyor assembly method, and a conference of readers of "Khimiches- .kaya Promyshlennost"' at the Molotov State Chemical Plant imeni S. Ordzhonikidze 1. VINOGRAD011, K. 20 USSR (600) /+. Constrnction Industry - Statistics 79 Capital consturction in the 5th Yive-year plan and tasks of statistics in capital construction. Vest.stat., no. 6, 1952. 9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, April -1953, Uncl. AUTHOR: Vinogradov, K. 2-58-6-21/16 TITLE: Current Problems of Calculation and Statistics of Capital Construction (Aktuallnyye voprosy uchbta i statistiki kapital'- nogo stroitel'stva) PERIODICAL; Vestnik statistiki, 1958, Nr 6, pp 10-19 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Capital construction in the USSR is developing rapidly. While the 4th Five-Year Plan showed capital investments by the state, kolkhozes, . cooperative enterprises and organizations amount- ing to 370 billion rubles, the 5th Five-Year Plan (1951-1955) reached the sum of 721 billion rubles, an increase of 95 %. Since the Soviet Union is vitally interested in the most ef- ficient use of invested capital, strict control over building activity is exerted by detailed book-keeping and operational statistics on the part of TsSU (Central Statistics Administration) and statistical administrations of the Union republics. During the All-Union Construction Conference in April 1958, the main subjects discussed were the still existing deficiencies in the calculations of construction projects and the ways of eliminat- ing them. One of the most important duties of the government statistics agencies is calculations of housing construction. Card 1/2 In 1957, the total floor space of completed government built 2-58-6-2/16 . Current Problems of Calculation and Statistics of Capital Construction dwelling houses in the entire USSR was 48 million sq m with an additional 770,000 individually built country houses. In 1958, the total housing floor space to be constructed is ex- pected to reach 61 million sq m plus 800,000 dwellings in rural communities. There are 2 tables. Card 2/2 VINOGRAWV, K. Conference of composite crews of scientific researcb institutes. Kbim.prom. no.4:350-351 Je 160. KRA 13: 8) (Cbemistr7. Technical--Congresses) VINOGRADOV, K. -'.- - -- ~7. - meeting of the heads of central laboratories in plants of the Ministry of the Chemical Industry. Xhim, JI-Ag '55. (KIRA 9:.L) (Chemical laboratories) AUTHOR: Vinogradov.---K-. SOV-2-58-8-9/12 TITLE: Determining the Cost of Construction and Assembly rork According to Estimate and According to the Plan (Oprede- leniye smetnoy stoimosti i planovoy sebestoimosti stroi- tellnykh i montazhnykh rabot) PERIODICALs Vestnik statistiki, 19589 Nr 89 pp 69 - 71 (USSR) ABSTRACT% In the engineering projects and blueprints, the volume of every kind of work is fixed. Also established are norms for labor and material expenditurev as well as the operating time for construction machines. The expenditure norms are calculated according to existing tariff rates for workmen, material wholesale price lieto# electrical energy and goods transportation tariffs and according to tariffs for the work of construction machines. The cost of a unit of construction work, including basic laborers wages, material expenditure and outlays for the use of construction machines, is called the unit price for the particular type of work. The cost of construction work according to unit price is made up exclusively of direct Card 1/2 expenditures. To obtain the full estimated cost, the SOV-2-58-8-9/12 Determining the Cost of Construction and Assembly Work According to Estimate and According to the Plan overhead expenses and the reserve sums due to the con- struction organization, must be added. The construction organizations' reserve sums are fixed at 2,5,'f of the tot- al sum of direct expenditure plus overhead expenses. Thus, in order to establish the full estimated cost of the com- pleted construction work, it is necessary to establish the volume of each kind of work, calculate it according to unit prices and to the Bum obtained, add the overhead ex- penses and the reserve sums foreseen by the plan. The author goes on to explain how the estimated cost of work on equipment assembling is determined. There is 1 table. Card 2/2 VINOGRADOV, K.; MAKAROV., V.. Public inspection Is mobilizing. Ila otroi.Ros. 6 no.2t 19 F 165. 1 (MIRA 19t1) 1. Zamestitell nachallnika tokhnicheskogo upravlonlya Glavnogo upravlenlya po stroitelistyu v Moskovskom ekonomicheakom rayons Ministerstva stroitellstva RSFSR (for Vinogradov). 2. Nachallnik laboratoril kontrolya kachestva Glavnogo upravleniya po stroi- tellstvii v Moskovq~kom ekonomicheakom rayone Ministerstva st'roi- tel'stva RSFSR (for Makarov). SOSIANTS, Y.G., doteent, obshchiy red.; IVjU1OV, I.T., kand.tekhn.nank, red.; KLOPATOV, K.K.. inzh., red.; ZMXOV, A.I., prof., doktor tekhn.nauk. red.-. GMTATOV, N.Y., kand.takhn.nauk. red.; DBOV, Tu.B.. inzh., red.; ANTONOV, I.K., kand.takhn.nauk, red.; THYRNMOV, I.S., Drof., doktor tekhn.nauk, red.; DTUSKIN, V.K., doktor tekhn.nauk, red.; VINOGRADOV. N.A., kand.sellskokhoz.nauk, red.; BOTOVA, Tu.P., red. izd-va; SALAZKOV, H.P., (Materials of the Scientific and Technical Conference on Froblems in Introducing Achievements of Science and Technology in Municipal Xconomyj Materialy Nauchno-tekhnicheskogo soveahchaniia po voprosam vnedreniia dostizhanii nauki i takhniki v gorodskoe khoziaistvo. Moskva. Isd-vo komx=.khDz,RSM. Np#6* [Roqds g ic1pal electric transportation] Oorodskoi tr-9-nipf-o'A fdorogi. Pod obahchal. red. V.G. Sosiantes. 1959. 197 P. (MIRA 13:2) 1. liauchno-takhnichoskoye soveshchaniye po voprosam vnedrenlys dostizhaniy nauki i tekhniki v gorodskoye khozyaystvo. 2. Rukovo- ditell sektora gorodskogo transports Akademii kommnsl'nogo khozyaystva (for Sosyants). (Local transit) (Road construction) FRINTSEVA, inzh.; RODINA, inth.; IMNISOVA, inzh.; VIMGRADOV, KA&.--kand. sallokokhozyaystvannykh nauk; IORZHEV, M.P., arkhitaktor Preserving forests in areas designated for housing construction. Gor. khoz. Hook. 33 no-7:29-30 Jl 159. (IUU 12:10) l.Gorproyakt, g.F"m' (for Printsevao Rodim, Donisova). 2.Ruko- voditell sektora ozeleneniya gorodov Akademii kommunallnogo khozyaystva (for Vinogradov). (Forests and forestry) VINDGRADOV. K. ~ rospects for housing construction and the housing census in the U.S.S.R. Vop. ekon. no.10:70-79 0 '59. (MVRA 12:12) 1.Ghlen kollegli TSIS ntrallnogo statiatioheskogo upravlani7a SSSR. (Housing) VINOGRADOV, K. Cooperation of socialist countries in the development of the machinery industry. Top. ekon. no.2:17-24 7 160. (MBA 13:1) (Machinery industry) (Mutual Aconomic Aseistance Council) VINCGRADOV, K. (IJAIU) (Severodvinsk) Pola antenna vith g&=&-matching device. RWUO no.7tlB-2-9 il .163 a, (MM 16:7) (Radio--Antennas) VINOGRADOV, K.A. Further development of landscape gardening and the work of the Academy of Muzxicipal Services on town planting in Western Siberia. Trudy TSSBS no.3:5-10 160. (WRA 15:11) (Siberiao Western-Landscape gardening) L-1 I- ~- - PA 6OT62 USU/Nedlaine - Marine OrpnieRb Doc 1947 Medicine - Taxonmy "Atlantic Elements in the Black Sea Polyhot Fauna," Ir. A. Vinogradov, 4 pp "Dok Akad Nauk SSSR, Nova Ser" Vol LVIII, No 7 Twenty new polyhete disoovered. in Black Sea. Describes facts which lead scientists to conclude*that some of thaae.are -also camon to Atlantim fauna, S~bmltted by Academician I. I. Shmal'gauzen, 23 ttky 1947, 60T62 VIVOGYRADOV, K. A. Vinogradova, Z. A. and Vingigpdov, K. A. - "On the discovery of lpncnlet -irt~nchlostorp lanceolptur, costa in the Black Se~~ at Yarad~,-&," Dokledy Aked. rauk Urr. SSP, :Q. 51 19h8, T). 8-11, (In Lkrznlpn, remime in Russla.-.) SO: U-L-355, 1L August 53, (letipis 'Zhurnal Inykh Statey, Ifo. 15, JqLq) Mu"lology sep/oat 48 - nora, Irame, "ft"ey of the Work of the Karadag Biological Sta- tiOn an the Fauna and Flora of the Black Sea for tb*,Paat Thirty Years (1917-1947)," K. A. Viim~~O Mwledag, 16 yp OUspekh Sovrem Blol" Vol IXV .9 No 2 (5) i1saulis of the station's early vork vere published In 1917. In 1937, it joined the system of the Aoad, Mai Mrrainien SM. It made a special study of the shipwr6ra. Studies vere conducted ont zoobenth6s,' &a 60/49TI3 VW/Biology (Contd) SOP/00t 48 zooplankton, lchtlqofauna (including fish parasites), pbytobenthos and pbytoplankton, the biology of cray- fish, zolluske, and fish, an& the -biochexIstx7 of Xaok Sea organisms. Gives name of many scientists, 60/49T13 "0l ~iosiva) 1949 SO: Letopirt 45, I VINOGRADOV A list of Black Bes, fishes found in the region of the Xarwlag Biological Station amd notes on their bioloff and ecology. Trudy Karad.biol.sta. no.7:76-lo6 149. (mm 9:8) (Black Sea--Fishes) VIMRADOV, K. A. Vlnogr-~ov, K. A~ - "7,e P-un- of (Polych~eta) of th- Black &,- , u 1-019, P. 3-eL, - zibl-L-i~: P. 2 -P L. Karnda-. biol. Ft-,-*.sii, ~7aaue -1, SO: U-);Qlll, 20 Oct 53, (Letoris ':.hurrual 'ILTvkh St- tf,,,r, No. 16, 1~14t7,). K. A. I? TA 3 9, UMIYAU01ne - Fish N&r 49 MeUcine - Yeounalty "The Fertility of Coastal-Fish in the Blaok Sea.1 K' A. Vinograaov., K. S. TImcheva, IraraAag Biol, Sia, Acaa..Soi um., 4 pp *Dok Ak Nau.k SSSR" Vol.LXV, No 31 stituea firtility of about'30'forms of Blaok Sea fish. Ubles show relations betw4en fish size arl quantity of spawn, wA between"efte andL amount of mdlt eta. Submitted by Acad L. S. Berg,) 28 Jan 39/kgTT2, VIROGRADOV, K.A.; ROSHALI, S.Ye. a ~. .' Solubility of natural games in petroleums. Trudy AzNII DR n0.3;88-93 '56. (MIRA 11:6) (Gas, Natural) TINOGRAM , N.A. Biology of the northwestern part of the Dbwk 5" [w1th NWIsh sumary In Insert], Zool.shur. 35 no.4:492-500 Ap 156. (NW 9:8) 1. OdesmkVa, biologichookays stantslys Instituta gidrobtalogii AN USSR. (Black Sea-Aarine biology) VINOGRADOV.Konittantin Alaksandrovich.; ROLL, Ta.V.. otv. red.; BRAGINSKIY, -12d-v-a.; M-CMHIU, V.I., tekhn. red. [Outline hietorv of Rujisinn hydrobiological etudies carried out In the Black Sea) Ocherki po Istoril otechestvennykh gidrobiologichaskikh issladovanii no Cbernom more. Kiev, Isd-yo Akad. nauk USSR, 1958- 152 P. (MIRA 11:11) 1. Chlen-korrespondent AN USSR (for Roll). (Black Sea-Hydrobiology) XAMINSKArA, L.D. (Kaminalka. L.D.], student biolog. fakulltata; VIMGRAWY. K.A. [Vywhradov, X.A.1, nauchnyy rukovoditel prof. Composition of the bottom population of lislays Inlet of Kandalaksha Gulf on the White Sea. Pratei Od.un. Zbir.stud. rob. 149 no.5:155-157 159. (KIRK 13:4) 1. Odeaskiy goaudaretyennyy universitat. (Kislaya Inlet-Marine bioloff) VINOGIWOV, K.A. Boundaries of Zernov's Fliyllophora fields in the ncrthvesterr part of the Black Sea. Trudy Od. un. 152. Ser. geol. i geo~. nauk no.9:179-184 162. (MIRA l7z~f TSC-LADZF,., L.Ye... otv. rea. ~..A., f.rof., red.; a -'~ tADC', K.A., prof., K-"RZI11::"" G-s" prcf. red.; VEi GT red. ; VESHLKIDVA, T.N., dokLor biol. nauk, red.; TAHOMIELID72-E, 0.1., kand. biol. nauk, "ed. [Transactions of thp r'ir-.t Scientific Conference 1"pdi- cated to the Study and Use for Fisherie3 of the Inland 11 Geor;71al Trudy Nauchnogo soveshchnn!ift Bodies of Water ol j posviashchennogo izueheniiu i rybokhoziaistvennomu Ispoll- zovaniiu -nutrennikh vodoemov Gruzit., Batumi, Nauchno-Isol. Rybokhov.aistvennaia rttintslia Gruzli, 1963. 161 p. (1-11RA 17;7) 1. Nauchnoye soveshchaniye, poxyashchennoye izucheniyu. i rybokhozyaystvennomu icpollzovanlyu vnutrennikh vodoyemov Gruzii, lst, Batum, 1961. 2. Direktor Nauchno-issledova- tellsk(rj Rybokhozjaystvennoy stantsii Gruzli (for TSuladze). VINGGRADOV, K.A. [Vyzi t.'j. )) ~, ' , 1 i;i, B."'. 1 Polynhaeta 44n t--.e FA~-- of Bjaf~k Sa-&~ Cd.biol.sta. rl,,,65y3-:! 164- %!:fL4 1-11 A I I VINOGRADOV) K.Ii. [Vynohradov, K.O.1; ZAKUTSKIY, V.P. (Zakul- I.Y1, V.11.1 - r, A few worda about t4 Echinod6rma-,* (.If 4he hiack Son. ,Od,blol,odta, no-51108--210 164. (MIRA 1671) VINOGRADOV, K.A. fVyl.ohradov, XPO*l Ohara-teriatics of the sLecies of z,~obenaios and ichthycfauna -,f the rhallcw bayFj in the northwestarn part of the Black Sea. Hauk, zap.0d.blol.sta. nc,.5~16-25 164- VINOGRLDOV, K.A. History of the founding and research conducted at the Odessa -Biological Station of the Institute of Hydrobiology of the AcadmW of Sciences of the Ukrainian S.S.R. Okeanologlia 3 noo3t554-558 t63* ()CERA 16 z8) (OdessF, Marine biology-Research) VINOGRADOV K A ; ZEMLYANITSKIY, L.T.; NOVOZHILOVA, V.A.[deceased); , Z.S.; VAKULENKO, V.V.$ GALAKTIONOV, I.I.; ALEKSMNKO) L.V.; NERONOVA, M.D., red.; KHENOKH, F.M., tekhn. red. (Care of urban plantings) Ukhod za gorodskimi nasazhdeni- iami. Moskva, Izd-vo Kommun. khoz.RSYSR, 1963. 89 p. (MIRA 16:7) 1. Akademiya kommunallnogo khozyayatva*. (Landscape gardening) VIXOGRADOV., K.A. (Vymhradov, K.013 Feeding are" of benthic f4jib" in the northwestern part of the Black Sea. Naukzap*Odobiol.sta. noslt%-112 159. (Km 14:7) (Black Sea-Benthos) (Fishes-Food) VINOGRADO`Vj K.A. [Vynohradov, K.O.] Brief outlinslof the - qnimtion and activities of the Odessa Biological S~ation at the Institute of H~drobiology of the Academy of Sciences of the Mrrainian S.S.R. diarl 1954,-1957., Nauk zap. Od. biol.sta. n?.1:3-5 159. 6IRA 14:7) (Black Sea-Hydrobiologiesa research) CEOWMIOV, V.S., dotsent, kand.biolog.nauk.; KLIM3ffO, V.G.p prof., doktor biolog.nank, red,; prof., doktor biolog.nauk, red.; RWASM, M.S., dotsent, kond.biolog.nauk, red. [Transactions of the Ichthyological Conference on the Study of the Lagoons of the northwestern part of the Black Sea) Trudy I-oy ikhtiologicheakoi konferentaii po izuehaniiu morskikh limanov severo- zapadnoi chasti Chernogo moria. Kishinev, Kishinevskii goo.univ., 196o. 215 p. (mmA 14:2) 1. Ikhtiologichaskaya konferentsiya po ixucheniyu morskikh limanov severo-zapaduoy chasti Chernogo morya. lot, Kishinev, 1 9. 2. Kishinevskiy Gosuniversitet (for Chopurnov, Burnashev . 3. Odes- okaya biologichaskaya stantsiya Instituta gidrobiologii Akedemii nauk USSa (for Vinogradov). (Black Sea region-Fishes-Congresses) V,0rJOGRAd ovi USSR/Chemistry - Contamination of water with chemicals FD-886 Card 1/1 Pub-50 - 19/24 Author : *Vinogradov, K. F. Title : The maximum permissible concentrations of harmful substances in water basins. Periodical : Khim. prom., No 6, 376 (56), Sep 1954 Abstract : The highest permissible concentrations of harmful chemicals in water basins are listed on the basis of standards established by the Main State Sanitary Inspection USSR. Institution : Scientific Research Institute Division (*Chief) of the Technical Administration, Ministry of Chemical Industry USSR Submitted VINOGRADOV, K.F. Plus the chemicalization of the national economy. Priroda 53 no.4:17- 26 164. (MIRA 17s4) 1. Gosudarstvennyy komitet khimichaskoy promyshlennosti pri Gosplane SSSR, Moskva. .VDIOGRADOV, X_. - F. USSR/Chemistry - Trainin6l, Organizational Card 1/1 Author : Vinogradov, K. F. Title : More attention to the preparation of scientific personnel through aipirantships Periodical : Khim. prom. 4, 1-4 (193-196), June 1954 Abstract : Di3cusses shortcomings in the training of aspirants at the scientific research institutes of the Ministry of Chemical Industry, giving ex- amples pertaining to individual institutes and emphasizing delays in the preparation of dissertations. Says that' out of 72 aspirants who were supposed to defend dissertations at the institutes of the Minis- try in 1953, only 9 actually did so. Outlines in detail the require- ments for the admission of aspirants in 1954. Institution : Technical Administration, Ministry of.Chemical Industry USSR VINYGRADOV, K.Y. Cormetitive filling of nositiona in scientific-reaearch inntitittes. Xhim.prom. no.4:252-254 Je '57. (1-FLaA 10:,~); (Scientists-Mauloyment) 8(l) SOV/26-59-2-8/53 AUTHOR: Vinogradov, K.F. TITLE: The Development of the Chemical Industry and Science (Razvitiye khimicheskoy promyshlennopti i nauka) PERIODICAL: Priroda, 19599 Nr 2t PP 31-38 (USSR) ABSTRAOTt The Seven Year Plan foresees an aocelerated develop7 ment of the ohemioal industry in general, and parti- cularly in the field of production of synthetic and artificial fibers and plastic materials. The Plan foresees an expenditure of over 100 billion rubles for the oonstruction of 140 new and recon- struction of 130 old large chemical plants. After the second world war, when more than 50% of the che- mical plants were destroyedg apart from reconstruc- tion, a series of new powerful plants was built: Sterlitamakskiy sodovyy zavod (Sterlitamak Soda Plant) Ufimskly zavod sinteticheskogo kauchuka (Ufa Synthetic Rubber Plant), Sumgaitskiy zavod sinteticheskogo kauchuka (Sumgait Synthetic Rubber Plant)(Pigure 1), Card 1/2 Dzhambulskiy superfoofatnyy zavod (Dzhambul Superphos- SOV/26-59-2-8/53 The Development of the Chemical Industry and Science hate Plant), Samarkandskiy superfosfatnyy zavod Bamarkand Superphosphate Plant), Rustavskiy Azot- f no-tukovyy zavod (Rustavi Nitrogen and Fertilizer Plant) (Figure 2), Lisichanskiy khimicheskiy kombinat (Lisichansk Chemical Combine), etc. In 1957, the global production of chemicals increased 5.2 times in comparison with 1940. Neverthelessq the produc- tion cannot satisfy the requirements of the national economy. The USSR occupies only 5th place in the production of plastics and 6th in the production of chemical fiber. The author then gives a description of different artificial and synthetic fibers, the production of which would realize huge savings of metal, minerals and money. There are 5 photographs. ASSOCIATION: Gosudarstvennyy komitet Boveta Ministrov SSSR po khimii (State Committee on Chemistry at the Council of Ministers of the USSR)- Moscow,!# Card 2/2 000 a 060 0 40*0000*0000 a* o $a** *a# a*** 1 list It 0011,11101" N it a I h. 1- !:0 A at Af 1--k -.A- -A SOA .&mosses A.0 "OPCOTWO '00 00 gi -00 004 2 I 00'1 0: Prodwdw at Rolls for 0 't U~ 2011ing AM P-11'. Odchikanov K. K VjqugTwN oti- zoo v, anti V. J. (liuprakov-V (MetJ usitn' Iferald, IM. V(;. 14, Pp. 310-51). 110 authors tje;~~bc In detnif the pro. 0 duction of chromium-steel rolls for oold-rolling, with a (lig"Icter lip =00 09 a to 45 cm., by the Ural Ifeary Machine Buittling Works. 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M 00 see 00 J; use Afe 0 LI 4, U 9 AT An w it At Matt ItaKwa 1 14 IF 0 a 0 * 0 0;; 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ab 0 .0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0000001000000*100*000ool 001400400004000000000eli -, ' nl-nT V- V - - W~-' - n. - t. f Planning and cost e-timates in construction design orCanizations Yoskva, Gos. --trkhitek- turnoe izd-vo, 1947. 133 p. (48-16059) HC335-V63) 1. ',Rus3ia - arkhitektury. 11. Russia 1923- U.S.S.R. statutes, etc. SOV/122-58-6-32/3? AUTHOR: Korolev, A.A., Candidate of Technical Scie,-.,,ces TITIE.- eveloginjProspects for the Manufacture of Metallurgical 99FIre t v h razvitiya metallurgicheskogo mashino- stroyeniya) PERIODICAL: Vestnik Mashinostroyeniya, 1958, Nr 6, pp 80-82 (USSR) ABSTRACT: A branch conference on metallurgical engineering plant, convened at the Uralmashzavod in Sverdlovsk by the Otdel mashinostroyeniya Gosplana (Mechanical Engineering Division of the State Planning Comiission of the USSR) is reported. 400 delegates representing 22 economic councils, 14 research institutes, 24 design institutes and 29 metallurgical equipment manutacturing plants were present (including the Uralmshzavod, the Novo-Kramatorskiy zavod (liovo-Kramatorskiy Works), Staro-Kramatorskiy mashinostroitellniy zavod (Staro-Kramators1dy Plant) glektrostallskiy zavod tyazhelogo mashinostroyeniya (Elektr"ostall Plant), the Yuzhno-Ural'- skiy zavod tyazhelogo mashinostroyeniya (Yuzhno-Ux-allskiy Plant), the Irkutskiy mashinostroitel"nyy zavod (Irkutsk Plant), the Novosibirskiy mashinostroiteilniy zavod (Novosibirsk Plant)) as well as 16 steel Works (including the Magnitogorskiy metallurgicheskiy kombinat, the Azovstal', SOV122-58-6-.:72/3? Development' Prospects for the Eanufacture of Yetallurgical r1ouipment the Zaporozhstall , the Aovo-TagillakiyWorks, metal lurgicheskiy konbinat (Ktzznc1;sk L'etallizi.- Jicr.,' In his opening aduxess, le,S. Novoselov, Lini6tcr ~).L' the USSR, emphasised that the State Planning Commission attached great importance to the conference. Vinogradov I K.K'.1 deputy director of the mechanical-engineering divicion of the State Planning ComiAszion, pointed out that the production of metallurgical equipment increased 16-f-31d in the period between 1932 and 1957. The manufacture of rolling-mill equipment increased 24-fold. Bet-aeen 1951 and 1957, 27 blast furnades, 5? open-hearth furnaces, 35 rolling and tube mills were built and erected and 22 rollino mills were completed, awaiting erection. This equipment was responsible for an increase of 18.2 million tons of piS iron, 24.9 million tons of steel and 19.3 million tons of rolled products. An improvement in quality and a rise in productivity have taken place. During the period between 1959 and 1965, the manufacturers have the task of con- structing powerful blast furnaces of 1 ?19 m and even 2 286 m3 capacity, the largest in the world. Hew designs of automatic skip hoists, weighing carriages, charging SOTI/122- 58-0-~72/3? Development Prorr:ecto for the Planufacturc of 1.1etallurgical. Equlpmeir,f.- machines, spout-closure guns and others must be developed. new chargin7 machines for steel melting plant with a load capacity of 15 tons, powerful ladle cranes, converters and other equipment should be designed. A great increase in quartity of rolling-mill equipment is fcreseen. Completely mechanised and largely automated rolling mills are planned, primarily sheet mills, rolled section mills and tube mills with continuous rolling, mills for the production of bent profiles and recurrent sections. Several powerful blooming and slabbinG mills with an output of 3.5-4.5 millien tons each must be erected and several continuous rolling mills for plate, sections, sheet and tubes. The task set is the production of over 100 million tons of steel per annum by 1972. The two chairman of the State Planning Commissions of the Russian and Ukrainian Republics, I.Z. Shlykov and V.A. Yanchilin, reported on the planned specialisation among metallurgical equipment manufacturing plants and urged co-operation between constructors. Tselikov, A.I., Corres- ponding Member of the Ac.Sc.USSR, director of the design office for metallurgical-engineering at the TsNIITMASh CaZd 7 read a paper on the basic trends of technical development and r IMW - -A-1 ;M PODSHIVALWO. P.D.; BALIKHT , M.I.; BASKINSKIT, S.V.; IVANOV, N.A.; XACHALOV. N.N.; MINKOV, G.P.; Cg=IUV, I.A.; PMSLWIN. V.1.; RUNTARTSEV. A.F.; RUSAKOV, A.H.; SIMOV, I.Ta.; STOMMIN, I.B.: FILIPPOV, V.F. Prinimal uchastiya-VIIJGMUDOV, K.K. PODURNOTA, Too red,l TROUMOVSKAYA, X., [Construction economics; textbook] Zkonomiks stroitalletva; uchabnos posobie. goskva, Gos.lzd-vo polit.lit-ry, 1960. 534 p. (KIRA 14:1) 1. Kommunistichaskays partiya Sovetskogo Boyuza. Vysshaya partiy- nays shkols. 2. Chlen kollegii TSentrallnogo statiatichaskogo upravleniya S= (for Vinogradov). (Construction industry) S/122/6o/ooo/oo8/Ooi/Oo6 A16i/AO29 AUTHORS: Vinogradov, K.K., Umnyagin, M.G., Kharaker, G.M., Engineers TITLE; Heavy Machine Building Development in the Seven-Year Plan PERIODICAL- Vestnik mashinostroyeniya, 1960, No. 8, PP. 7-17 TEXT: A general review is made of the development planned for 1959-1965 in the production of equipment for electric power plants, metallurgy, mining, oil and gas industry and in the production technology of machine works that have to build the equipment. For heat power plants single steam turbines will be de- veloped, mainly condensation turbines of 300,000 kw with an initial steam pres- sure of 240 atm and 5800C, and a few 600,000 k-Ar turbines; condensation turbines of 150 and 200 thousand kw with 130 atm and 5650C; heating turbines with steam bleeding for industrial use, of 50 and 100 thousand kw and 130 atm/5650C, and some of 12 and 25 thousand kw. Experimental sets will be built for 300 atm/6500C and higher. Gas turbines will be built for 25 and 50 thousand kw and 750-8000C gas temperature (the maximum before 1959 was 12 thousand kw and 6500C). SIngle gas turbines of up to 100 thousand kw are planned. Large-scale output of 4,000, 6,000 and 9,000 kw gas turbines is under preparation for compressor stations on Card 1/6 S/122/60/000/008/001/006 A161AO29 Heavy Machine Building D-eivelopment in the Seven-Year Plan long-distance gas pipe lines, Gas turbines will be used in railroad transport, the metallurgical and oil industry. The power of single water turbines will be raised to 300,000 kw. One of the major tasks at the time being is the develop- ment of 215,000 kw turbines for the Bratskaya GES (Bratsk Hydroelectric Power Plant). Turbocompressors will be built of up to 150,000 m3AIour capacity and 8-9 atm pressure; blast furnace compressor pressure will be raised to 3.8-4.2 atni. Boilers of two or three different designs for different fuel have to be developed for 200,000 and 300,000 kw steam turbines; with 810 ton/hour steam ca- pacity and 315 atm for the 300,000 kw turbines; and of 950 and 1,900 ton/hour and IhO atm and 570OC; 25 atm and 5850C. In the metallurgical industry, a blast furnace with 1,749 m~ volume will be used in the main Rart; 1,003, 1,386 and 1,513 m3 furnaces will also be built; the first 2,000 m-) furnace is being built in 1960, and in 1961 e uipment for 2,700 m3 volume blast furnaces will be produced. The first 2,700 ml furnace has to be built in 1962. Steel output will be increased mainly W designing 500-600 tons and larger open-hearth fur- naces. The oxygen process in converters is coming into use. The annual output of 65-70 million tons of rolled steel (at least 35 % of it sheet) to be reached by 1965 will take new rolling mills with automatic control; the continuous rol- Card 2/6 S/,'22/6o/ooo/0o8/0oi/oo6 A1611A01229 Heavy Machine Building Development in the Sev-~n-:Tear Plan ling process can eliminate the roughing mills ~hlooming and slabbing mills) If the new equipment combining the continuous teeming unit and the rolling mill will be a success. The rolling speed already reaobed ie high- 11-12 m/se-, in con- tinuous sheet miliz; 15-18 m/sec in continuous merchant mills and 2155-,40 m1sec in wire mills. But ltdgher speeds are needed and the rolling mills must bt built in a shorter tITS. Planetary mills and multi-roll mills for 0.1-m eheets of com- mon and special eteel, heavy anl light nonferrou!i metals and very thin 1-2-micron bands of high-melting and iare metals are mentio-jed as be, very important. Th& number of tube rolling mill types Is low compaz-Fd with foreign practice. A new cold tubs mill type is developed roll-Ing thin-walled tube with high surface finish (wall thloknsss less than 1/100 of dlamet!~r). The -fi& ng (eliminating defects, piling, markIng, sorting, etc.) occuirling 80 % of labor must be mecha- nized. In the ore-mining Industry, mora than 150 new machines have to bi~ deve- loped, including waltibuoket wheel excavators with overburden bridge of up to 3,000 m3/hour capacity, one-bucket excavators with 25, 30 and 50 m3 bucket. In coal mines work has to be mec-hanizei or automated; dislodging of coal by hydrau- lic means has to be raised 10 times. About 700 new coal mining ma,-,hine types Card 3/6 S11221601OX100810011006 A161lAo~eq Heavy Machine Building Nvelopment in the Seven-Year Plan have to be produced- Onf~ erample is a stooing machint set with a cutter-loader for 0.85 to !.8-m flat coal seam3, with hydraulic propping system. In the oil and ga3 induetz-j thA output of drilling equipment. has to bA dcubled and the dril- ling speea ratsti. The well diameters will be rsduced. Tuxbo-drills and elec- tric drills of n&4 dasigne will be used. For off-shore dr-111ing new equipment is needed for drilling at, longer distancs from the shore, az- well as for 8 to 10 thouaand meter d4ipths. The oil refi-ns3ries will be equipp6d for a 2 million tons annual output instriad of 600,000 tons ty 1952-1958. For foundries of ma- china Wilding works t'he mechanization problep B,:6,ma to be solv,~d in two recon- struction projects dsvel:)Ded by MI tvazb-~Iogo mashinostroyenlya (VPTI of Heavy Machine Building) for the UraJ.mashzavod and. the Elektrostal'sk.Jy zavod tyaz~hslo- go mashinostroyeniya (Elektrostal. Macbdne Building Works). The Uralgi- _pax-ticipated in the projects. Casting of up to 800 kg protyazhmasti institute will te produced in three semi-automatic production lines placed across the six bays of the foundry and each bay -will be "zpe-Aalized"; 2-3-ton castings will be prGduoed in :~,eparate plots with modernized 17-ton molding ma-lbines and a 40- ton table; large cas,linga welghing 30-40 tonzs ortil be made in -Apecial m-3cha- Card 4/6 S/122/6o/ooo/oo8/ooi/Oo6 A161AO29 Heavy Machine Building Development in the Seven-Year Plan nized casings ("caissons"), and very large castings of up to 150 tons in rein- forced concrete casings, using oatilever sand slingers of 40-50 m3/hour capacity. Cores will be made on 12 lines. The mixing will be mechanized, large castings will be knocked out automa ically; hydraulic and shot-blaat chambers will be used for cleaning castings, and a new electrolytic cleaning method will come in- to use. It is estimated that the Uralmashzavod will raise the output of steel castings to 90 tons per man from the present 58 tons annually,cut costs by 23 "Jacket molding" used at the Elektrosto& works and experiments with a mechanical molding casing at the NKMZ ave a proof that. large castings can be produced 2 to 2.5 times faster comparing with 10-30 days with manual molding when molds are Joined from standardized sections made from quick-drying mixtures in molding machines. The first mechanical line for the preparation of large mold boxes (up to 3x2.5xl m), designed by VPTI, is working at the Electrostal' works since 1959. It is a merry-go-round installation with 6 carriages bearing "coordinate plates" with automatic fixing of patterns, preparing 32 molding box halves per hour TsKIITMASH has developed a 2-position molding mac th pressing mem- branes for making shell molds from mixtures with water g1 ir The foreign molding method with the use of wet bentonite mixes will be used, as it eliminates Card 5/6 S11221601000100810011006 A161/Ao2g Heavy Machine Building Develoomentiln:the Seven-Year Plan the drying and facing of molds. CentriNgal and the casting will be used for a wider range of castings than before, and it is planned to develop equipment and technology for centrifugal casting of steel and cast iron blanks weighing up to 50 tons. It is mentioned that electroslag welding will be used extensively for joining portions of heavy forgings, and presently the method is used in produc- tion of turbine shafts (previously one-piece 190-ton forgings had to be produced). Of the existing machine tools 30-40 % must be replaced by new equipment, and 20-30 % must be modernized; machining methods are to be improved. There are 4 figures. Card 6/6 S/122~61/000/010/002/011 D221,/D304 AUTHORS: VLnDgradQx#_K.Z.,, Cief of Department, and Umyagin, M.Gaq Director TITLE: Complex mechanization and automation in heavy engineering PERIODICAL: Ve8tnik mashinostroyeniyap no. 10, 1961, 9 - 16 TEXTs The author state that the Soviet-engineering industry has mastered technological methods of manufacturing individual compo- nente. Great importance is attached to slag weldingg and the use of unit and special prupose machine tools as well as broaching. Sp*JSW stands equipped with milling, boring and planning heads foi single piece production are designed by machine tool makers, with work organized around the component. The Uralmashgavod organi- zes prr-auction so as to have 40 % of the components made up of standa~-ized parts,, 40 % of general designation componentsp and on- ly 40 % of special items. Casting is to be organized in new and re- constructed shops on the basis ft flow lines envisaged by the steel Card 1/4 5/122/61/000/010/002/011 Complex mechanization and D221/D304 oastings 4kepartment of the Uralmashzavod or Blektrostallskiy Plant of Heavy Engineering. Castings are grouped according to size and weight which are handled by specialized sections bring complex automation of basic and auxiliary operations. Patrein and moulding box manufacture is normalized. Each group has 3 ain.Tle coordir,te m6ulding plate and moulding box size whiarj uerp;i-u.~ thr~ -)roness be automated. The planned output of one operator on a L..Liz of caj- tings with maximum weight of up to 5000 kg increasec 3-4 Ames as compared to the present production of jastin6a ou forming nachine8 with a capacity of 5 toneq whereas oL iiLaa with lighter castings this rise may reach 6 times. large castinga to be made -7'n me- chanized caissons, reinforced concrete cals$ons are foreseen in the case of very large mouldsp with application of overhang sand-thro- were having a capacity of 40-50 m-)/hour. Cores are made in blocks 1 m long and wide. These lines are composed of a rotary installa- tion of six trolleyst on which coordinates plates with automatic clamping of patter are mountedo Output of line is '52 half forms by shiftp with max?pMum size of mouldip x 2.5 x 1 M. Sand-jet form- ing increases the work efficiency by 1.5 - 2.5 times. Handling is Card 2/4 b/122/61/OOO/Olu/CO2/0ll bo'mp-L-ex mell,.,,anization and D221/D304 automated. I'~-! complex automa'tio,% of -oundry includes the Droblem of an electro-;- o computer for cupola charge and control of-.:,alting process. Desigr. and modernization of foundry machines is also im- portant. In the field of forgingg VPTI has developdd a projec-6 of complex mechanization. Thermal treatment is tD be automated furnace doors operated from the control panel-of charger or load- ing crane. The level of mechaniz,-;;ion is planned to be raised from 50 to 75 %9 and that of handlJ-~g from 60 to 99 %. Work efficiency of an operator will increase by 1.5 times, output per square meter of shop floor will be stepped up by 2.5 times, with a simultaneovs reduction of average specific labour by 2.5 times. The introduc- tion of flow lines in manufacturing head and main beams for elec. tric travelling cranes should be mentioned. The use of special stands fn-- mat~hiriing large components at Uralmashzavod is of grept impor'o.,'~-iaa The authors consider that the main problem of engineer- ing i -,lie reduction of volume of machining by rational approxima- tion ,, 'Amensions and surface finish of blanks. The stability of machining processes and typicalization as well as standardization of components are also decisive in automation. Increased use of Card 3/4 Complex mechanization and ... S/122,/61/000/01l) /011 I~221/D304 computers for work preparation is called fc--,:. "Pchaniza"Ll-ion of au- xiliary operationag which utilizes now abcw-~* ~ "-f of the o-pe-ra-tor- in USSR is considered as urgent. There ar,.- 5 figures. Oll ASSOCIATIONs Otdel ekonbmiki i razvitiya mashinn~,t --s- niya Gosekonomsoveta SSSR (Departmeiit- e - the De-elopment of Heavy Machine ri-)r i-,h- Gosekonomeovetq USBP '1; VPTI ty,_.,,hel-og~- -3 nost-,)Ve- niya (VPTI of Heavy Machin- i;,cl. Card 4/4 VINOGRADOV-, K. y,4 -) e Tasks of heavy machinery manufacture durinp, t~e reri , f *1h crr~atl* -,n of the material and technical foun.--~ation of communism.. 'lioi-7. 4:on, no-1:30-38 Ja 162. (M!,Ut 15:1) (Machinery industry) VINOGRADOV) K.K. Introduction of new machinery design and technological development's in industry. Vest.mashinostr. 42 no.11:3-8 N 162. OMIRA 15:11~ 1. Nachaltnik otdola ekonimiki i razvitiya tyazhelogo mashino- stroyeniya Gosudarstvemogo okonimicheskogo soveta SSSR. (Machinery industry) VINOGRADOV, A.K., inzh. in the machinery industry. Vest.mashinostr. 43 no.2:34 F 163. (MIRA 16:3) (Machinery industry) % 6 0 % w VINOGRADOV,_K.,!~,,._ inzh. ---------- - Some problems in the development of the mAchinery Industry in socialist countries. Vest.mashinostr. 43 no.5t63-67 Pq 163. 1 (MA 1615) (Communist countries--4*chinery induptry) VINOGRAW07, R.K., Lizh. Cr,upril-ation and international divivion of labor in the michlr,,~ry Industry in SOC-fftliSt COUntries. 'Test. mashinostr. 43 nu.12:61-- 67 D 163. (MIRA 17: F) VINOGRADOV, K.K, nbjectives of the machinery industry- in 1964-1965. Vest. mashinostr, " no, 24:3-6 F 164. L Zamostitoll nachAI'MI(a ordala Yin rodno-1: hozyap; t vennogo plana po ma3hinostroyeni.,u Gosplana SS311. VINOGRADOV, K.K. Tasks of the mchinery industry in supplying new advanced equi.ment to the national economy. Vest. ir.,ashinostr. " no.8.3-8 Ag 104. (MIRA 17:9) 1. Zamestitell nachallnika otdela narodnokhozyaystvennogo plana po mashinostroyeniyu Gosplana SSSR. VINOORADOVp K.K., inzho Development of the machinar7 induistr7 in countriee) umbers of the Council for Mutual Economic Amsistanceo Vent.maahinostr. 44 nool2j64-68 D 164. (MIRA 18:2) VINO014DOV, K.,~. Problems of the specialization of production in the machinery industry. Vest.mashinoxtr. 45 no.,90-8 S 165a (W RA is 4 10) 1, Rachallnik otdela narodnokhozyaygtvennogo plana po mashinoatro- yeniyu Gosplana SSSR. VINOGRADOV, K.K., inzh. Development of the machinery industry in member countries of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance in 1964. Vest.mashinostr. 45 no.10:70-72 0 165. (MIRA 18: 11) VINOGROOVP K.K., inzh. East German combined rolling mills. Vest.mashinostr. Z,5 no.11:81-83 N 165. (1-',IFA 18:12) VINOGRL=,.-K.K, ------ Objectivesof the machinery Industry In 1966. Vast. mashinostr. 46 no.1:3-6 Ta 166. (Mim 19: 1) 1. Nachallnik otdela tyazhelogo, transportnogo i energeti- cheskogo mashinostroyeniya Gosplana SSSR. ACC NRt AP7003839 SOURCE CODE: UR/0122/67/000/G01/,DrG--/30,)- AUTHOR: Win rado (Member of Gosplan SSSR) ~ORG: none TITLE: Machine construction in the USSR iSOURCE: Vestnik mashinostroyeniya, no. 11 19672 3-8 !TOPIC TAGS: machine industry, mechanical engineering !ABSTRACT: The author analyzes the problem of machine construction in 1967. Improve- ments in various branches of machine construction for the tractor, mining, automobile, and agricultural industries are analyzed, and increases in productivity are forecast. New machines to be built are also described, and new methods of'planning are proposed. Suggestions on how to improve the work of scientific research organizations are also given. iSUB CODE: 13/ SUBM DATE: none/.ATD pRESS.. 5113 Ca~d UDCLL~ne 'S&EBHYANNTY , Leonid Ruvirrovich; VD70G-ZADOV, A.f .,, aklider.,%, otv. red.; lv'FYSHTA-T.,TA, MI.I., do;rtor geogr. nauk, ot~. r--J. [Progress of radiocarbon dating in Quaternary geolcgy; for the 7th INQUA Congress (U.S.A., 1965)] Primenenle ra- diouglerodnogo metoda v chetvertichnoi geologii. Mookvh, Nauka, 1965. 269 p. 0-.1RA lg:g) A A. crridit:,~rE F,~-verr1ng the zonal melting of the earth's -nc.7-.779-790 J! 165* (MIR-k 18:11) geokhW! 1. anallticheuko7 khimii imeni V.I. AN Mos~va. Submitted April 6, 1965- VINOGRA,DOV, A.P. 14ateoritic substance. GookhimiJa no.12:1275-1312 11 16,45. (KdRA 19: 1 ) 1. Institut geokhimii i analiticheskoy khikii im. V.I. Vernadskogo AN SSSR, Moskva. Submitted August 6, 1965. VINOGROOV, K.M. Some problems in the developing of electrophotographic layers . Zhur.nauch.i prikl.fot.i kin. 7 no-1:59-60 Ja-F t62. (MIRA 150) 1. Gosudarstvennyy opticheskiy irwtitut imeni S.I.Vavilova. (YLerography) wrn7-4-2-15118 Successes of Zovlot Elsetrophotography; A Scientific and Technical Comforenco an iuestlons of zI*ctrogrophyLj..j'.,,., 6- 00 bee. rb ~Vlno rado# described some of the features or the u7nd,,no'ho's of aloctrophotoCraphle do- volopment. T . . arposhko devoted big report to the criterion of light sensitivity of the elctrophotoCraptLie process. After the reportst a discus 8lon took place on 20 thods of determining the light sensitivity of .1.4trophotcoWhIc layers. A.H. CD21alshey spoke on the prospects of developing polygraphic-p-RMses using electric and magnetic forces. O.Y. GX~Mv (speaking also for I.I. Zhilevich, A.A. SukhLy, V.A. Gordoyeva, A.,. PaUsha and Yu. 1. Kovalaytis ) reported an the develop- sent of aletraphatographic reproducing equipsient. A.S. t'. camau (speaking &Igo for I.T. Zhilevich, A.S. Borlso- vlah, W.U. GalOvidiks and U.I.Rautkounk4e) reported an the use of aloctrographic methods in recording oncillographs and other recording instruments. Card 4110 or, "MeaGurement of Rmse Veiccity and Attenuation of Sixface '.aves 6:4 z; id.3. paper presented at the All-Union Conf. on Acoustics, Moscow, 26 may e Jun 5d,. 3OV/ 11-1- G- 5-1-5-2?/ 32 AUTHOR.3':Ul'ya-nov, G. K. and Tino.--radov, K. '*. - TIME: Lleasurement of InhomoGeaeou3 Permanent Macnetic Fields Clzmereniye neodnorodnykh Dostoyannykh magnitnykh poley) PERIODICAL: Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta, 1958, Hr 5, pp 102-104 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The investi--ation was conducted with a series of perman- ent 'horseshoe' magnets, all made of magnetic alloy AETK 0-4. The lhorsesh-ia' geometry was achieved as follows: from a M cylinder of ALK 0-4, diameter 60 mn, thickness 30 mm, a 36 mm diameter cylinder was removed eccentrically, so that its circumference was within a few nLm of the circumference of the outer cylinder at their closest approach. A slice of the alloy separating the two circumferences in the closest approach region was then removed and the walls on either side of the -an were magnetised with mutually opposite polarity 0 - to -qa:..-e the pole-pieces of the 'horseshoe'. The only diff- crence in the gootrietry of the various pormanerit arigncts lay _Ln the nature of the gap between the pole-pieces. In every case this rpap was bounded by two planes parallel to the cylinder axes, but the angle 2oL between these planes assurned the respective values: 00 , 300 1) 400 arid 500 in the four Card /3 cases investigated. The set-up for measurin,; the highly U 1-1 jOV/120-58-5-27/32 Measurement of Inhomofeneous Permanent Ma:~-netic Fields 0 0 inhomo-eneous magnetic fields around the pole-pieces of 0 these ma-nets was essentially an alternatin- current Wheatstone bridge, having impedances Rl, R 21 R3' R4 in that order, clockwise around the bridge. The AC input from a si~,mal ,,-,enerator was applied across the -*anctions k' R1/R2 and R 3/R4 Impedances R 1 and R 2 were kept fixed. The i-m-ledance R,, was that of a taut molybdenun 'Wire 0.05 na in diameter and of a length somewhat in excess of tAe thicImess (30 mm) of the horseshoe magnet, so that the U. latter could be located with its pole-pieces either side of bhe wire withLout foulin'- tho terminals. The impedance R 4 of the oolybdenum wire was then rplatud to the magnetic field in which it found itself. The bridge was balanced, by adjustin't" R_ , for each of a nuober of positions of each Der- Lvanent ula,,-aA in relation to the molybdenum wire; the record of R_ for tiie various positions rave the variation of R and 4 jOV/120-5~--5-27/32 :,','easur-27aent of Inhomogeneous Parmanent M-anmetic Fields hence of the magnetic field. For each magnet the field was determined over two planes (OX, OY) intersecting orthogonally 0 at the centre of the Cap, the OY plane including; the axes of the cylinder defining the inner and outer 'sides' of the horseshoe. For all values of 2m the field over OY wa3 found to decrease monotonically aiid sym-7iietrically away from the contre of the gap; for 2(x = 00, 30", 400 the field over OX also decreased away from the centre, but asjmmctrically; -e for 2a - 500 U", field over OX had asymmetric peaks either side of the gal,. The text contains 5 figures and 5 refer- ences, 4 of which are Soviet and 1 English. AiSOCIATION: Leningradskiy korablestroibellnyy institut (Leningrad C~ Shipbuilding Institute) SUBMITTED: November 18, 1957. Card 3/3 24(1), 24(6) 5 011/46 -4/32 ,119 THORS sVinogradov, K.11. and Ullyanov, G,K. TITL3t Measurement of the Velocity and Attenuation of Ultrasonic Surface yfaves In Solids (Izmereniye skoroati I zatukhaniya ul'trazvulcovykh poverkhnostnykh voln v tvardykh materialakh) PERIODICAL:Akusticheskiy zhurnal, 1959, Vol 5, Nr 3, pp 290-293 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The paper was presented at the IV-th All-Union Conference on Acoustics in 1956. The authors used three methods to measure the ultrasonic surface-wave velocity. The pulse method was used to measure the velocity in dielectrics (optical glass and fused quartz). Wedge-shaped transducers with a variable angle were used to obtain approximate values of the surface-wave velocity. The standing-wave method was used to find precise values of the surfacb-oave velocity in metals. In the pulse method the authors used wed go -transdu cars as sources and receivers. Construction of a wedge-transducer is shown schematically in Fig 1. where 1 is a plastic wedge, 2 a samPlo and 3 a piezo-element. Mineral oil was used to achieve good acoustical contact between the transducers and the sample. The mhole apparatus is shown schematically In Fig 2 where 1 is a pulse generator, 2 is an h.f. oscillator, 3 is the Ca rd 1/4 radiating transducer, 4 is the sample, 5 is the receiving transducer, BOV/46-5-3-4/32 Measurement of the Velocity and AttemLation of Ultrasonic Surface Wave3 in Solids 6 is an h.f. amplifier with a detector and 7 is a cathode-ray oscillograph. The pulse method yielded the following results for the surface-wave velocity (accurate to within 24%)-. optical glass K-8 - 3.15 x 105CM/see, fused quartz - 3.40 x 105CM/Sac., The variable-angle wedge method is based on the relationship: CR = CLO'nOcrl where CR is the surface wave velocity In the sample, CL is the longitudinal -wave velocity In the wedge and Oar Is th6 critical wedge angle at which transformation of icngitudinal into surface waves is most efficient. A variable-angle vedge transducer is shown in Fig 3, where 1 is a cylindrical sector made of polystyrene, 2 is a polystyrene slider and 3 is a piezo-elament. The angle of incidence of the ultrasonic beam from the piezo-element, 0, is varied by moving the piezo-element along the sector surface. The measurement technique is simple and It is possible to obtain rapidly fairly accurate (-2% error) estimates of the surface-,%ova velocity in various materials. More exact measurements of the surface-move velocity in metals were made using the standing-wave method (Ref 1). The surface wave ins excited Card 2/4 by means of a wedge transducer. A contactleas magneto- acoustic SOV/46-5-3-4/32 Measurement of the Velocity and Attenuation of Ultrasonic Surface Waves in Solids transducer, which could be moved along the sample surface by means of a micrometer,was used an a receiver. This magnoto-acoustic transducer (Fig 4) consisted of a horse-shoo magnot 1, pole-pieces 2 and s. coil 3. Eddy currents duo to vibrations of the metal-sample surface induced a.m.f.s in the transducer coill these o.m.f.s were of the same frequency as the ultrasound in the sample. Complete apparo~tus used in the standing- -wave measurements In shown schematically in Fig 6. Using the s tanding- mave method at 2.6 Me/s results ranging between 2.76 and 2.99 x 105cm/soc (accuracy t 0.2y.) ware, obtained for the surface-wave velocity in aluminium A-1 Armco iron, steel 5, duralumin D-1, magnesium alloy YA-3 (Table l'). Attenuation was measured using the pulse method (transducers were X-cut quartz wedges). One of the transducers was kept fixed and the other was moved along the surface. Attenuation was deduced from the relative change in the received-sigml amplitude with increase of distance along the sample. Measurements were made at 2.6, 5.0 and 8.0 Mc/s. The results at 2.5 Me/e were estimates rather than precise values because ofmalc attenuation at this frequency and consequent considerable errors in measurement of small changes in the signal Card 3/4 amplitude. Table 2 shows that the attenuations of surface and volume SOV/46-5-3-4/32 Measurement of the Velocity and Attenuation of Ultrasonic Surface Waves in Solids raves in steel 3, duralumin D-1, magnesium alloy MA-3, fused quartz and optical glass K-8 are of the same order at 8.0 Mc/s (0.01-0.2 dB/cm)'. The ourface-wave attenuation depends strongly on the surface finish, presence of the rasidual stresses or oxide films ate. For example oxidation of a magnesium alloy MA-3 sample Increased absorption of 8.0 Mc/s surface waves from 0.08 to 0.25 dB/cm. There are 6 figures, 2 tables and 6 references , 3 of which are Soviet and 3 English. 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