SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT VIRGILYEV, YU.S. - VIRNIK, A.D.

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33898 0/640/61/000/000/019/035 Non-metallic inclusions ... D205/D302 containing Zr, dendritic non-stoichiometric zirconium monocarbide is the only one observed. There are 4 figures and 5 references: 1 Soviet-bloc and 4 non-Soviet-bloc. The reference to the English- ~anguage publication reads as follows: R. P. Dickerson, et al., J. Metals, 8, 4, 456-460 (1956). Wle Card 2/2 S/137/62/ooo/oWo66/163 A C) 5 2_/; " 2 o. I AUVORS: Virgillyev, Yu. S., Gruzin, P. L., Popov, I. V. TITLE: An inv6stigation by means of radioactive isotopes of the behavior of smalf-,calcium additions in the process of smelting nickel- chromiumialloys PERIODICAL: Referatiimyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, no. 6, 1962, 29, abstract 6G219 (In collection-, "Metallurgiya I metalloved. chist. r.,ietallov". Moscow, Gosatomizdat, no. 3, 1961, 216 - ~:124) TEXT: When investigating by means of radioactive isotopes (Ca45) under laboratory conditions the behavior of small Ca additions in the process of smelt- ing Cr-Ni-alloys of XH80T (KhN80T) type it has been established that Ca spreads as a rule over the ingot irregularly. Keeping alloy in a molten state contri- butes to a more regular distribution of Ca. The latter can be present both in non-metallic inclusions and in a solid solution, whereby the Ca content in the solution decreases sharply with the increase of the time the metal is kept in a ,,.,iolten state. For example, in an alloy kept after reduction during 20 minutes the amount of non-metallic Inclusions has decreased approximately 6 times and Card 112 3/137/62/000/006/0605/1-631 An Investigation by means of ... AC52/A"O' their C content by more than 10,000. The kinetics data point to a speedy removal of Ca from the fusion in the process of smelting, whereby this removal proceeds most Intensively in the first minutes af ter Ca precipitation. The amount of non- metallic incluslons and their Ca content decrease in the process of smelting. 0. Svodtseva (Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card P-/2 _,-Yu. .9., Gruzin, P. L. AVITIOTL9: VirgIllyty S/137/62/000/009/011/0310 A006/A101 TITLr: Determining the coefficient of calcium diffusion into nickel-chrome alloy and commercial iron by the method of artificial radioactive isotopes PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, no. 9., 1962, 12, abstract 9177 (In collection: "Metallurgiya i meta 'lloved. chist. metallov", no.3, Moscow, Gosatomizdat, 1961, 210 - 2i5) TEXT: Diffusion of Ca ipto XH80T (KWar) Cr-Ni alloy and commercial Fe was studied with the use of Ca45 radioactive isotope. Ca 5 was applied by rub- bing-in pulverized CaO. Diffusion annealing was performed in a vacuum at 9500C Integrated activity of the specimen was determined by removing consecutively.se: parate layers. Activation energy QF =F 91,000 cal/mole and the pre-exponential factor Do - 460 cm2/sec for Ca diffusion in the KhN8OT alloy; Q ~ 66,000 cal/male dnd Do - 0.8 cm2/sec for Ca diffusion in commercial Fe. The rate of Ca diffusion Ca,rd 112 3/137/62/000/009/011/033 Determining the coefficient of ... AOC6/A101 over the whole temperature range of" the KhN" alloy (UP to 1,3000C) is several times below the Cr diffusion rate into the same alloy. V. Srednogorska (Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card 2V2 IT', T r-Lens Lr of t ti ra r! L e-, Le c La r (;n f".0nit'r. U--Jf:.:",~t~'. Villt. rlc~. VIRGILIYEVA, V,A. Bilateral air cyst of the laz7nx. Vest. oto-rin. 25 no.2t 101-102 Mr-Ap 163. (KIRA 17:1) 1. Iz kliniki bolezney ukha, nosa i gorla (zav. - prof. I.B. Soldatov) Kuybyshevskogo meditainskogo instituta. st"Irlc-n t mac~ir.~-- for of t.h tricolor jackard pittern. Tef:c 164 ~j v r' AlInyy institut. I,'y tekst a. ~ r .-. I .I I VIRGINSKIY,V., professor Pioneer in science fiction. Tekh.mol.23 no-7:37-38 JI'55- (Odoevskii, Vladiuir Pedorovich,1803-1869) (KLAA 8:10) Vr-tGINSKIY, V. 36814. Parovoz Cherpanavykh. K 115-letiyu so dlya otkrytiya N.-Tagil. Farovoy dorogi Cherepanovykh. Tekhnika--molalezhi, 1949, xo ii, c. 14 SO: Letopin' Zhurnallynkh Statey. Vol. 50, Moskva, 1949 VIRGINSKIY,V., kandidat istoricheRkikh nauk Against distorting the history of Russia's transportation system. Zhel.dor.tranap. no-10:73-78 0147. (MIRA 8:12) (Railroads--History) RIFSKIYE in, i imi to,.' v l,"VI'll CC!" OY 'Ti ,, 115" 23 P. (,0 _tOjLVO-,,STVP.. ,'o-yvil IZD-110 CH ;SKO I -, Fi' ~TV( POLITIC- ',Si IFT I NOT!" SERIYA 20 NO. 30) (VIRGITISKIY, Met ]Profe Book on the oldest Transportation Institute (nV..5j.Obraztzev Institute of Railroad Transportation Ingineers in laningrad.1 Revieved b7 V.S. Virginskii). Zhol.dor.tranop. 42 no.11:92-94 N 160. (MIRL 131 U) (laningrad-Railroad ongineerin&--Study and teaching) VIRGINSK1yp,-.Uk1or Semenovich; SAVEL'YEV. I.S., red.; KOZIA)VSKAYA, M.D.. tekhn,reds (Creators 'of now machines and equipment in feudal Russia; lives and works of outstanding Russian inventors of the 18th and first half of the l9th century] Tvortsy novoi takhniki v krepostnoi Rossii; ocherki zhizni i deistellnosti vydaiushchikheis rusekikh izobretatelei XVIII- per. pol XIX Yaks. Moskva, Goo. uchobno- podagog. izd-vo H-va proev. RSTSR, 3.957. 365 p. (MIRA 11:5) (Inventors) nawmiscallaneoU3 Cora 1/1 Pub. 128 - 25/31 Authaft VirginakAy, V. S. VMS The important role of Charepanov's family in the development of domes- tic machine-construction industry ftrlodleal I Vast. mash. 10, 98-105o Oct 54 Abstraot g A compilation of articles is given dealing with the biography of Cherpanov's family and its role in the development of domesticisachim construction industry. Slaven referencest.10 USSR (1833-1953). Tables; illustrations. Institution t ... Submitted 1 000 VIRODWIT, V.S.. doktor istoricheakikh nailk. - - -- -- ~ ~ ~ ~ . ~ .. Significance of the Cherepanovs master mechanics Ir, developing domestic machine building. Vest.wsh. 34 no.10:93-105 0 '54. (HLRA 7:11) (Machinery industry) (locomotives) IV ~ , Viktor Semenovich, doktor istoricheskikh nauk. professor; ILEImfilhANKINA. T.F., radaktor; FURMAN, G.V.. tekhnicheBiciy redaktor [George Stephenson, an outstanding Anglish engineer and inventor; on the 175th anniversary of his birthj Dzhordzh Stefenson - vydaiushchitsia angliiskii inzhoner-isobrotatelf; k 175-letiiu so dnia roshdanita. Kovkysi. Izd-vo $2nanis," 1956. 31 p. (Vsesoiuznoe obehohestvo po rasprostranoniiu politicheskikh i nauch"kh znanii. Sera 4. no~27) (MLRA 9:9) (Stephenson, George. 1781-1848) 'aRGTHSKTY, VIKTO,,Z SE!~ENOVICH Zanechateltnya rus3kie izobretateli Fvolovy. Mosk-,ra, Mashgiz, 1950. 150 (2) p. Illus., facsims. (Iz istorii tekhniki) Bibliogranhical references included in "Primechaniiall (P..W-10) Bibliograohy: P- 150-(151) The Frovlovs, outstanding Russian inventors. DLG: T4O.F7V5 SO: Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering in the Soviet Union3, Library of Congress, 1953. VTair,-r,!,-KTY, VTKTO:t SIF2~1-11,0VICH 1:15 917.662 . C5 11 F. ZIIT'-nil I DFYATFJ,'?.IrkSTI M'SrMlf MEXHANIKOV CHE'REPANOVYKIi (LIFE AIND ACTIVITY OF THE RU..;SIAN ILITMIANICS, THE (MERETMOVS) MOSKVA, AKADE2-ff2lIGA,, 1956. 315, (2) p. ILLUS., DIAG16., POUTS., TABL".5. AT HEAD OF TITLE: AKADfVIYA NAUK SSSR. IDISTITUT ISTORI I YFSTE~SWOMANI- YA I TEKMIKI. BIBLIOGRAPHY: P. 315-016) VIRGINSKIY., V.S,, prof., First drafts of the Great Trans-Siberian Railroad; from the past of Russian transportation. Zhel, dor. transp. 43 no, 1:92 Ja 161. (MIRA 1434) (Siberia-Railroads-fliotory) MATYUSFMKO, Deruyan Yakovievich; MATYUSHENKO, Margarita Demlyanovna; VIRGINSKIY, V.S., retsenzent; KIBALICHICH, O.A., retsenzent; V.I., red.; USEE-IiKO, L.A., tekhn. -red. . 1; [Moscow - the Crimea; railroad guide]Moskya - Krym; zhelezno- dorozhrWi putevoditell. Moskva, Transzheldorizdat, 1962. 103 P. (MIRA 15:12) (Railroads--Guides) VIRGIESKIY . MikUr-SBmanovichy prof.,- SAVELIYEV, I.S., red.; - ~-34DNOVA) Ye.V., red. kart; KOVAMIKO, V.L., tekhn. rod. (Creators of new equipment in Russia during the serfdom period; bio; biographies of outstanding Russian inventors of the 18th and the first half of the 19th century]Tvortsy novoi tokhniki v kreposnoi Rossii; ocherki zhizni i doiatellnouti vydniushchikhsia russkikh izobretatelei XVIII - per. pol. XIX voka. Izd.2. Mo- skva, Uchped iz, 1962. 405 . (MIRA 15:12) fIndustrial arts~ VIRGD.TSKIY, V. S. 20040 viRrunsray, v. s. Sozdateli pervogo r-usskogo parovoza. LTe A. i !(. Ye Cherepanwrf. Nauka i zhizifj 1949, lil'o. 5. S. 33-3h. SO: LFrOPIS MMiAL STATEY, Vol. 27, Moskva, 1949. VIRGINSKIb VIKTOR SFYIENOVICH. Rozbdenie vozdukboplavaniia. fThe birth of air navigation. 7. Moskva, Red. tekhn.- teoret. lit-ry,1938. n6p. Illus., ports. DLC: TILRL7.V5 SO: Soviet Transportation and Communications,_ A Bibliographys Library of Congress., ference Department, Washington, 1952., iinclassified. VIROT15YTYp V. 513.9 DR. Transportation - Eql7iprent and Sbipplies Mot Russian plant for building transportation machiner7. Vest. mash. 32 No. 5 1952. 9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, Oct6ber 1952 IM, Uncl. I V - S. , DR. Machinery Industry. FiratRussian plant for building transportation machinery, Vest Mash., 32v No. 5. 1952. monthly List of Russian Accessiobs, Library of Congress, October 1952. UNCLASSIFIED. I F VILRAGIN'SRILY, Viktor ~3em,3novich. The rise of the railroad Industry in Russia up to the beginning of the 4o's of the 19th century. Yoskva, Goo. transp. zhel-dor. izd-vo, 1949. 272 p. maps. (170-116~D4-) 1. Railroads-Russia-Hist. VIRGINSKIY, Viktor Samanovich. The beginning of the railroad industry In Russia, up to the forties of the 19th century. Moskva. Pravda. 1949. 31 D. (=c-354,66) 1. Railroade-Russia.-Hist. v -! I', - i "- !'-,,I Vil,-J-ni, .'F~- ri ch : . 1 ~ p Tectmology Lussian inventors, thu Gliorapanov ftu.Aly and thoir roln in the development of the metal mining industry Noskva, Znanle, 1952. Monthly List of Russian Acces;3ions, library of Congress AUKUSt -1952. Unclassified. , I, : 1- -'r V if ""I I "!*! ~ ~! ~ ~"I I . . ~ I Technology Distinguished Ru3sian Inventors, the Frolov family. ',bskva, Cos. nauchnotekhn. izd-vo mashinostroit. lit-ry, 1952. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress - 3eptenber 1952. Unclassified. VIRC-111SKII, VIKTOR SIFIRENOVICH. Rozhdenie vozdukhoplavaniia. Moskva, Red. tekhn. - teoret. lit-ry, 1938. 116 p., illus., ports. Title tr.: 'Me birth of aeronautics. TL61*(.'6 SO: Aeronautinal Sciences and Aviation in the Soviet Union, Library of ConFress, 1955. Z r o C Ej .0 v'-~ n e 'L Z71 Co r o t io rri r. s 0 r t or C or re s I'or,- n cc- rt-,.'e, t r t Dr~ n c 1. VIRGINSKIY, V. S. 2. USSR (600) I.. Industrial Arts - History 7. Falsification of the history of technology in the post-war bourgeoise literature. Izv. AN SSSR. Otd. tekh. nauk no. 2, 1952 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, January -1953. Unclassified. - - - - - - - - - - - a. VANA AnA .1. V!ill ?CYCIA.'Ottric Cli!ilc tht. I a b.,,r,r'v Ot cl~- TeAc:!Jn.S Pivp1tal (Pryc"-,!atr',zk4 klinika Ithursk& Yarl.-ri llniver.';'y blDr%i,116ka laburfltcr ftkultni P11cr.. r1letaucAtim, Sfrot~nn in rryc'Lat:j#, 'Vol jjj, No fl., 1'4$21 p:, GvdL,f#d of~- ~! !-hydroz7-lndvls;~~Lllc .%,:ie ~~Yzretir,~, It. 32 p&:yrhGt'.c patitilta and 5(j 1.0%"L r-vn.-..uls. It. 12 paciontz or tf-- schia,phran.c. ardl mLnic-dug~=Cssiva troup Pxcrciion wAr cftjenr;A1'1y PenOwl %pirh thst It, cn, cortrols. lpeonlazIC; ane clecuic unick tl-r&97 changed the txcrotlon; the foragr Lit both ditectionu, rhe lattcr incritAsing it. Stratcnin &dzinistration decreased cur6tion In 10 schitophrenics. Flew mchcm-& of tryttophan Indole met4hAicast 4 gra?'nal 4 Ccoth and 18 Wastarn refercnct's. -j"t VIRiiFIVIC, '- Determning coor-',inates by panora--~c z,,'-Qt0gTa:.j Ln artillery. -- 0 (GLASI Y,, Vol. 11, No. 2, Feb. 1957' U SO: Monthly List of East European Accession,7 (EZIL) LC Vol. 6, No. 12, Dec. 1957 Uncl. 'USSWEnginaering Apr 49 Wustrial Equipment Xlectrical. lquipmnt "Conferr=4~- of Worl-,ers of Factory Iaboratories in Lening-nad L~nterprises" 4 pp w7avod. Iab" Vo! XV, No 4 Confer9ncc met 13 Doe 48, with representatives Of 71 machine -bu! laing factTries, 16 scientific research Institutne, and 12 MZ~her technical schools taking Dart. P. k. Virilep, director, Cen Leb,Flektroslla iact=7 Iveri Kl--ov, subimittia a report on mathods by wbiob factory laboratories aid production. Elaktroalla Factory in largest USSR electrical machine-building factory. M. Ya. Chizh1k, director, Can Iab, Factory Imeni Stalin, submitted a report detailing Important research in producing new types of higb-quality steel with Increased strangth~ capable of prolonged work at high temperatures. This will permit further technical progress In turbo construction. N...A. Dumler, director, Can Lab, Krasnogvardeyets'Factory, submitted a report i on economic leaders' aid to factory production. The factory has been equipped with new instruments 143 and apparatus. FM 43/4W59 Ac- SO HC1 1A032/0034-' U CODE: UR/0314/67/000/00 AUTHOR: Virlich, E. E. (Engineer); Domashnev, A. D. (Doctor of technical sciences) ORG: none i TITLE: Effect of adhesive film thickness on durability of adhesion bonds of metals in water' i SOURCE: Khimicheskoye i neftyanoye mashinostroyeniye, no. 1, 1967, 32-34 TOPIC TAGS: adhesion, adhesive, adhesive bonding ABSTRACT: In a study of adhesive bonds subject to lead stress and to action by liquid media, tests were made with various grades of steel, brass, and copper cylinders 20 mm in diameter. These had adhesive bonds of varying thickness, based on ED-5 epoxy and PEPA polyethylene-polyamine hardener heat treated for 4 hr at 120C. Test cylinders in a test stand and immersed with it in distilled water with pH 6.6, then stressed to rupture point. Thickness of adhesive joints, time from immersion to rupture, and breaking torsion were recorded and indicated on graphs. It was demonstrated that the thinner the film of adhesive,.the stronger the boad. Durability coefficients are derived for various metals and for powdered adhesive fillers such an ZnO, Bi, and Al. The exact role of such fillers is not explained, but theiV effect on the durability coefficient is discussed-and tabulated. Corundum burnishing of metal surfaces before joining improves adhesion. Burnished duralumin-~, Cum had optimal adhesion with a film 180--280-p thick, whereas St-3 steel and brass ard 1/7 UDC: 621.792.3.001.6:663.6 ' ACC NR. AP7003746 had optimal adhesion with film 250-500-u thick. Adhesive less than 100-200-,,j tl-lick is not durable in water, but further experimentation is necessary to determine' adhesion efficiency in more aggressive media, also the physicochemical interactions of metals with.epoxy adhesives. Orig. art. has: 4 formulas, 1 table, and 5 figures. SUB CODE: 111 SUBH DATE: none/ ORIG REF: 003/ OTH REF: 003 C.rd 2/2 vian, A.Ya. - in teaching mechanical engineering in the eighth grade. Politakh. obuch. no-7:15-18 Jl '59. (MIRA 12:9) l.Sredn.vaya ahkola No.27, Smolensk. (Smolensk--Mechanical engineering--Study and teaching) P. VIRIN) D. [Viryn, D.1, 2hurnaliat (Kh&rlkov) Scient-Irit'a lut--,',. flaulca i zhyttia 12 nc..7,41 42 Ji '61. (MIRA 1478) (r,orn(maize)) SHISHAKOV, V.A.; I.A. (Yaroslavl?); GUBIN., P.A. VIRIN? A. Ya. (Smolensk) Schools and planutariuras. Fiz. V sh1cole 23 no.3:49-54 MY-Je 163. (m mA I () - ]~:, ~ 1. Predsedatel I ucheb-- -, - ,.,dicheskoy sektsii Moskovokigo p1mc- tariya (for Shishakov). RAFALISON, D.I., kand.med.uauk; BABINOVICH, S.I., nauchnyy sotrudnik (Lenin- grad); Logvinova, O.K. (Irkutsk); Okorokov, N.I.; VIRIN, I.Ta.(Smo- lenks); GEOWAN, S.I., kand.med.nauk (Xiyev). Acceleration of the regeneration of blood in donors in various cities of the Soviet Union following use of the preparation Hemoglobin 4. Akt. vop.perel.krovi no.4:15-18 155. (KIRA 13-1) 1. Donorskly otdal i laboratortya sukh1kh preparatov krovi (zav. laboratoriyey - doktor med.nauk L.G. Bogomolova) Leningradskogo insti- tuta perelivaniya krovi. (HMFO13TIC STS'TEN) BREMENER, S.M.; VIRINP I.Ya.; ZUBKOVA, Ye.l.; ROGOVA, K.P. Metabolism of vitamins B , B , C, PP, and of pantzathenic acid in patients with stomach cancer. Vop. onk. 11 no.12:21-2' 165. (MIRA 19:1) 1. Iz Gosudarstvennogo institute. vitaminologii Ministerstva zdravookhraneniya SSSR (dir. - kand. biol. nauk M.I. Smirnov) i Gosudarstvennogo onkologicheskogo Institute imeni Gertsena (dir. - prof. A.N. Novikov), Moksva. VIRTNI L.I.j SAFIN, Yu.A.; TREGER, Yu.A.; DZHAGATSPANYAN, R.V. Maas spectra and structure of some allyl derivatives. Thur.fiz. khim. 39 no.llt2824-2826 N 165. (MIRA 18:12) VIALN.-L.I.; BUSHINSKAYA, L.M.; DZHAGATSPANYLN, R.V. Analysis of methallyl chloride by gas-lijuld chromatography. Zav.lab. 29 no.11:1301-1302 163. (KRA 16-.12) 5(2) SOV/80-32-5-21/52 AUTHOR: Virin, L.I. TITLE: The 7-Inveatigaticn of the Oxidation Process of Aluminum Powder in Wate?:--Alcoho-' Solutions PERIODICAL: Zhurnal prikladnoy khimii, 1,059, Vol '142, Nr 5, PP 1050-1054 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Aluminum powder is oxidized in boiling watsr-alcohol solutions in order to obtain colored aluminum powders for decoration purposes. The alcohol slows dowr this reaction. The process is divided into three stages: the induction stage wit% slow separation of hydrogen at nearly constant rate; the kinatic stage with continuously in- creasing rate; the diffusion stage with decreasing rate and the anding of the reaction. 1"he oxidation of t~.,e metal nan be effected only by those water molecules which penetrate a fatty layer on its surface, so that the rate of reaction is determined by the rate of diffusion, The fonred hydrogen bubbles tear off the fat particles and cause the reaction to proceed fastler, so t2qat the induction stage passes to the kinetic stage. Later on the 3urface is covered by a layer of hydrated aluminum oxide which slows down the reaction again. The thickness of Card 112 the film depends on the initial concentration of the water. An increase 57;/8C; -3 2-5 -21/5 2 The Investigation of the Ox´┐Żdation Procecs of Alumi:num Powder in Water-A.1cohol Solutions in the volume of t-he solution by 2-5 times reduces the duration of the reduction period, probably by dissolving the fatty film. In a mixtuve containing 35 weight% of water a film of an1hydrous aluminum oxide 'As formed. A reduction of the water concentration in the so- lution leads to an increase of water in the film. A" 20% water in the solution the fi!_;41 has the composition of bemite. Experiments with isopropyl alcohol and acetone dissolved in water have shown that these substance also slow down "Ile reaction. There are: 5 graphs, 1 table and 1: references, 3 of which are Soviet, 1 German and 1 Frenc_,h. SUBMIWED: March 28, i958 Card 2/2 ,Y~RIN, X. Ta. Lowering the cost of repair for each car. Zhel.dor.transp. 37 no.5: 49-51 my '56. (XLRA 9:8) 1. Glavnyy bukhgalter vagonnoy sluzhby Noskovsko-Kursko-Donbasokoy dorogi. (Railroads-Cars-Kaintemance and repair) GOLIDSHWN, A.-I., inshe; V1RKXWW1, R.B., Preventing the overloading of motor cranea. Tranap.ztroi. 1.0 no-3: (MIRA 13:6) (Cranes, derrijks, etce) VIRKERM, R.G.p otv. za vyp. - [Scientific and technical Informatioupceramic-perlite products] Nauchno-tekhnicheskaia infor.*atsiia; keramoper- litovye izdeliia. Kiev, 1962. 12 p~ (MIRA 17:1) 1. Akademiya budivmytstva i arkhitektury URSR. Instytut brudivellrwkh materialiv i vyrobiv. VIRIN, S. [Viryn, S.] I I Under now conditions ("Cultivation with one's own machinery"; collected articles. Reviewed by S. Vir7n). Kekh.sill.hosp. 9 no.11: 11-32 N 158. (14-TW. 11:12) (Agricultural machinery) The twer, i Y-fea r-old tmc,,: Lr," J no.3.-6-7 Mr Trade, Ur.40," Of -a pe F, 'L . VIRMAY, Gyula Competition between brigades and certain individuals. Munka 14 no. 2: 8-9 F 164. 2,. Helyiipari es Varosgazdalkodasi Dolgozok Szakszervezete fotitkara. VIRIMAY, Gyula . ..1 New characteristics of the work of theA Trade Union for Metallurgical Workers, Munka 8 no.1224-5 D f58* 1. Kohasz Szakszervezet fotitkara. ,,YIRIZLAY, Gyula Significance and experiences of social work. Munka 13 no.6: 16-17 Je 163- 1. Helyiipari Dolgozok 8zakazervezete fotitkara. B11U,11113AUN, Yo..]-..o 1;~.,aci. ixtrudnik; I not J'l,yAr,c-ma,-IlallL!al ~,,-orx)rtloj all-I !"ll.-J'Ibility of ;c, To?fjt. pror4. 24 li(~-7431-35 J*l' 'U.- AXIMSITIN, I.I.; BARAN3VA, Z.I.; BRODSM, E.A.;,YIRKETIS. M,.A.; VOLODCHIWO, JI.I.; GALKIN, Tu.I..; GURITANOVA, I V.A.; DITAXONDY, A.M.; ZIVIXA, G.B.; IYABOT, A.T.; KIRITANDTA, Te S.; KOBTAKOVA, Z T.; KOLTUN, T.M.; K0YZHUKOV`A,Te.D.; KOROINVICII, V.S.;KMGB. G.A.; LOZINA-TiOZINSIff, L.K.: LOIUKINA, N.B.; NAUMUV, D.V.; PIRGAMM, T.S.; RZHZTNM, V.V.; SAVE-LITIVA, T.S.; SKARLATO, O.A.; SOKOLOV, I.I.; STFIXLKOV, A.A.; TARASOV, N.I.; USHAKOV, P.V.-. SHGHXDRINA.Z.G. TAY,OVLXVA, AJI.; USHAKOV, P.V., obahchi3r rukovoditell; PAVLOVSKIT, Te.H., akademik, radaktor; STWXOV, A.A. redaktor; BR)DSKff, K.A., redaktor; ARDNS, R.A., takhnicheakly redaktor. (Atlas of in7ertabrates of the Far East seas of the U.S.S.R.] Atlas beeposvonnchnykb dallnevostochEVkh moral SSSR. Moskva, Izd-vo Akad.nauk SSSR, 1955. 240 p.. 66 plates. (MLRA 8:10) 1. Akadentya nark SSSR. Zoologichaskly institut. (Soviet lar lasL-Invertebrates) VIRKETIS, M,A.,-Cdeceased]; ZHADINA, T.G. Brief characterization of the zooplakton in the coastal waters of Paramushir Island. Trudy Inst.okean. 36:230-235 '59. (MIRA 15:4) 1. Zw1ogicheakiy institut AN SSSR. (Paramushir Island re-ion--Zooplakton) 0 v , Iza; DCWOPTATOT, Tu.A., red.; ZLOBIN, X.V., tekhn. red. r. ~", t., - __ 1 1-...'. Ew experience in feeding cattle for milk] Kol opyt razdoia korov,, Alma-Ata, Xazakhskoe goo. izd-vo, 1956. 13 p. (NM M7) 1. Doyarks, kolkhoza imeni Kalenkova, Kellerovokogo rayona, Kokchetavskoy oblasti (for Virkh). (Kazakhstan-Dairy cattle-Feeding and feeding stuffs) SEW.WIGH, A.b.; VIDVAiIOVA, L.N.; VLC"xIiOV6KAYA, T.V.; LiXIII, VJI. Use of acepromazine in the treat.--ent of mental patients. Zlrur. i paikh. 61 no.6:890-895 161. 15:2) 1. Kafedra paikbiatrii (zav. - prof. A.V.Snezhnovskiy) TSontrallhogo inDtituta usovershonstvovaniyu vrachey i paikhonevrologicheskard bollnitBa imeni Gannushkina luvnr vrach V.N.RyWlka), Moqkva. (ACh;PROMAZfNL) (KMJTJ~' ILL iv;Sj) AUTHOR: Virk Foreman in Charge of Industrial Training 27-58-6-34/35 _LLi2-~ TITLE: 3one given PERIODICAL: ProfessionRlIno-Tokhnicheakoye Obrazovaniye, 1958, Nr 6, page 3 of cover (USSR) ABSTRACT: Students of the Technical 'Jchool fir 10 in Brest have con- structed many models of different railway bridges, junctions and so on. There is I photo. ASSOCIATION: Teknicheskoye uchilishche N52 10, g. Brest (Technical School Nr 10, Brest) Card 1/1 1. Models-Construction-Study and teaching 2. Education-USSR I ,"I 1:.h.; ': , - ";., " I '. " " - , L! .1' 'i . t, 4.. [ F r,--; 61, em-z _i- E~ -~ , f i ; -.); t i c s ) Zad a r- h n ~ '- 1. po flzike s resi.enlia:A; optikna. [ri.rol = 0 ---;-U zi Z-4 ~~ '. ) 1963. 89 P. (MIRA 17:8) VAYSPIDMG, Alcksandr Ov:?eyovich; Ft~ZIJJV, V.D.? red.; VLtY'r I., .1 - 'j. I rod. [1,iu-mosons] milu - mozon. Moskvaq lzd-v,) "Nauka," 11) (d, . 399 p. (MI RA 17: 7) STAROSEL I SKAYA- 11 IR IT INA , 011 ga Andreyevna; DORRWI ~ Y a. G. x prof . , ,-I,G.I_rcd.; PLAKSHE, L.Yu.p tekhn, red. red.; VZYO [Paul Langevin]Poll Lanzheven. Pod red. IA.G.Dorfmana. Moskvap Fizmatgiz, 1962. 316 p. (MIRA 15:11) (Izngevin., Paul,,.1872-1946) ALOPERT., Yakov LIvovich; GUREVICH, Aleksardr Viktorovich; PITAYEVSXIY, Lev Petrovich; SILID, V.P., retsenzent; NIAKO, J,G., red. [Artificial satellites in rarefied plasra] Iskusstvan- nye sputniki v razrezhennoi plazme. Yoskva, Izd-vo I'llauka.," 1964. 382 P. (MIRA 17: 6) LANDAU, Lev Davyd,~,Vi,:., aka-lemik; LIFSPII'S, Yt~vgef-iy Prof.; (Statistical pi~ysics'j Stati-214-heskaia fiz,ka. Izd.2.. j - 1- Ll -19t,,4. 5(,- P. rer. Moorja, Nlilikap (MJRA 18:1% LANDAU, L6v Davyduvi-.n. ak,,3del-~ik~- jJF;3H'T3, Yevgerdy Mikhayl)vicll, prof.; VIRIKC, I.G., red. (MechaniC3] ~.ekhayliiw. Vt)~;kva, lla-"a, 1965. 203 p. (Theory of elastic-ityl rNlor.-a 11pnigosti. VOLIVZI, 118,1ha, 1965. 202 r.. a I ut I IIITROPOLISKIY, Yuriy Alekseyevich; VIRKOI I.G., red.; KRYUCHKOVA, VA., teklui. red. ,.t ...... [Problems in the asymptotic theory of nonsteady-state oscillations] Problemy as'imptoticheskoi toorii nesta- tsiorarnykh kolebanii. Moskvap Izd-vo "Nauka," 1964. 431 P. (MIRA 17:3) AGRANOVICH, Vladimir Ylaj3eyevjch; GIMBURG, Vitally Lazarev'-.:h; VIRKOY I.G., red.; HAYSKAYA, N.A., red. [Crystal optics with allowance for spatial dinpersion and excition theory] Kri3tallooptike s uchetom prostranstvennoi dispersli i teoriia eksitonov. Moskva, Nauka., 19(.5. 374 p. (MIRA 18:5) XCIMPANLYETS, Aioki~7andr VIIL)A~, ~.r;., -,,A. (aAt i!; quaritim. rechL.Tilci? I Gi~s,o takcna 11-ianto,l-aia khanika? Moolm., Naukt,, 196-',. 130 p. (1411U 17:12) SANIN, Aleksey Aleksandrovich; VIRKO, I.G., red- (Electronic devices in nuclear physical Elektronnye pri- bory iadernoi fizikis Izd.2, Moskva# Naukat 1964. 623 p. (MIRA 17:12) DAVrDOVF , Al#isandr Sargeyevich;_YT_ftKq, _ I. G. . red. ; FLAKSHE, L. Tu. , tekhn. red. -- [Quantum mechanicol Kvantovaia mekhanika. MOBkva, Goo. lzd-vo fizi*o-mat"M, 21t f 1963. 748 p. (MIRA 16:7) (Quantum th4-~Ir q BURSWEYN, Anatoliy Izrailovicht VTUO, I.G., red.; YEDIAKOVA, Yo.A.p A tekhn, red. (PIVoical principles of the design of semiconductor thermoelectric devices] Fizicheskie osnovy rascheta polupro- vodnikovykh termoelektricheskikh ustroistv. Moskva I Fizmat iz, 1962. 135 P. (MIRA 15:7~ (Thermoelectricity) (Thermoelectric generators) SKACHKOV, Sergey Vladimirovich; KONSTANTINOV, Leonard Vasillyevich; STROGANOVA, Rimma Petrovft; YUROVA, Lidiya Nikolayevna; .TOPORKOVA, Eleonora Petrovna; VIRKO 1..G red.; AY.SELIPLD, I.Sh., tekhn. red. - r I g0k [Problems in nuclear physics] Sbornik zadach po iadernoi fi- zike. Izd.2., parer. Moskva, Fizmatgis, 1963. 222 p. (MIRA 16t8) (Nuclear physlaQ ZAYDELI, Aleksandr Vatanovich; VLRKO, I.G., red.; Yu.I., red, (Fimdamentals of spectrum analysis) Osriovv spektrallnogo analiza. Moskvap Naukap 1965. 322 p. (MIRA 18W FEDOIROV, Fedor Ivanovich; VIRKO, I.G., red. (Theory of elastic waves in crystals) Teorlia uprugikh voln v kristallakh. Yoskva, Naukap 1965. 386 p. (YdRA 28:3) 4- Nor VIIIYO. N.P., T)urabllity nne, )erfo-,a;q-lce of eni rilla 1. masses of znx-t of the in 1-nintion to the cutter. CTrudyl (Villl-ig wichines) 0y ..)'trew,T.h 4rci Prod -ictiv-D,"' of Eax V"- C C, on jci lies Tlls- of Technoll);:Y 21 i.ay 54. 284, 26 Nov 1954 INN-). Al i 'NO KENN- SMIRNOVA, G.A.; VjjKLT3, A.Yu. Gas-liquid chromatography of methyl eaters of h4gher far,',y acids of 11 'd components of the Sandal virus. Vop. virus 9 no.41417 421 JI-Ag 164. (MIRA 18:7) 1. Institut virusologii imeni D.I. Ivanovskogo AMN SSSR, Moskva. ACC NR, AP60269~2' SOURCE CODE: UR/0141/66/009/004/0691/0696 AUTHORt Virko, V. F.; LevitskDar S. M. Mwl~ 1 - 7 ORG: Kiev State University (Kiyevskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet) TITLE: Nonlinear phenomena in plasma waveguide',6' SOURCE: IVUZ. Radiofizika, v. 9, no, 4, 19661 691-696 TOPIC TAGS: plasma waveguide, waveguide propagation, v-140 -ERNMEMitonlinea plasma ABSTRACT: Variations of parameters of a plasma waveguide depending on SHF-signal power were investigated; these variations were caused by an increased electron concentration in the plasma which resulted from an additional gas ionization by the SHF field. The experimental outfit used had been described by one of the authors in IVUZ . Radiofizika, no. 4, 1961, 1078. An oscillogram shows shortening of the wave- length along the plasma wavoguide: the wavelength rapidly shortens to the point of the plasma break where the phase velocity vanishes. It was found that tho parameters of the wave propagating in the plasma waveguide substantially depend on the power of this wave. When the SHF signal power is commensurate with the power sustaining the plasma, both the attenuation and the phase velocity appreciably vary in the waveguide. As the s:Lgnal power increases, the attenuation decreases and i ACC NRi AP6026932 the phase velocity increases, their values changing along the waveguide lenigth.. When the SHF signal is applied, all the above nonlinear effect6develop during a few microseconds. These results aro in pod agrceinenL with those obtained by various Soviet and Wontorn ronearchurs kreforonco3 elven). Orig. art. has: 5 f ifr - - mid 1 formula. 1[031 SUB CODE: 20, 09 /SUM DATF,: 04Jul65 ORIG REF: 010 OTH REF: 001 ATD PRESS: Card ?I .VIRKUS, M. Aresh vegetables for Tallinn restaurants. ObahcheatT, pit. no.4.-21 AP 159. (MIRA 12:6) l.Direktor toplichno-parnikovogo khosyaystva, Tallinn. (Tallinn-Vagetable gardening) L =84-66 EW-T(M)/zT0/&W0(M) D5,1"RM AU; NRi TP5028482 so [(CF CODE: UR/0286/65/000/020/0065/0065 Yf V .(f ,-- -I AUTHORS: Rogovins Z. A,; Virnik A, D.; Sergeyeva, L. H. ORG none TITLE: Method for obtaining cation-exchan&e.materials 175648 . Class 39, No. SOURCE: Byulleten' izobreteniy i tovarnykh znakov, no. 20, 1965p 65 TOPIC TAGS: ion exchanger, ion exchango resin, ion exchange, polymer, cation ex- changer I I ABSTRACT: This Author Certificate presents a method for obtaining cation-exchange materials by treating polyvinylalcohol or products derived from the latter with polyfunctional acids. To obtain tH-ermally and chemically stable materials mono- and di-(3,6,8-trioulfo-l-naphthylamino) derivatives of chlorotriazines are used as poly- functional acids. SUB CODE: llp 07/ SUBH DATE: 19Jun63 Card act 661.183.123,2:678.744*72 'A) L 1098946 EWr(l)/E~IA(J)/EVT(M)ZE~4P(J)/r&M(hi-9 ~)SOURCE.Cd AC AP6002540 DE: Uk/0286/6V,000/023/0041/004~, q~, INVENTOR: Rogovin, Z. A!; Virniftl A. D.; Sidel'kovskaya, F. P.; Mal'tsevaj_T. A.; Ibr3gimov, F.,q,0 ORG: none J41 K. TITLE: Manufacture of_.S;~l m~erbind products. Class Z9, No. 176661 SOURCE: Byulleten' izobreteniy i tovarnykh znakov, no. 23, 1965, 41 0. TOPIC TAGS: graft copolymer, bactericide I to /" aY"t-j -'Po .41 ABSTRACT: An Author Certificate has been&iasued for a method for manufacturing end products with bactericidal properties from c=ln~-rshrepared by grafting ,~i dks'(tj~srecified) to natural polymers, such as cellulose./ The ,yn;hetic polyme method involves treatment of the products with iodine solution. (BO) SUB CODE: 1~ Of UBM DATE: 23Jun64/ ATD PRESS: q1 70 auml A F'14~ , ! PEVEW If' lK, M.A. ; IVEittiK, it. D. , R(XXV IN, Z. A. llyritheais of dtaldeh~v and dicarboryl dertrans. Vyeokom. soed. ? no.6: 1030-103-4 J,:l 165". (MIRA 18-~9) 1. Mcskmkiy tekstil'W institu-~. - ~~ 1 .1 1 1 . I . FIJI J.. ~ I f j ~ ~ ~ ill, VIMITK, A.D. t USHAKOV, S.N. [deceaoedj; ROGOVIN, ZI.A.i 06_ - .- %chastiyes. FEhZfriH[K, M.A. Y' 'pneric medIcinal compiounds based on dextrar. dcrrJvutlves. )yr..*-'. vis vt To- - L Vynokom. soed. 7 no.6;1035-1040 Je 165. (MIRA 18,9) 1. Mcakorskiy tpk.~Ullryy Institut. BALABAYEVA, M.Dol SHARKOVA, Ye.F.1 ZIIBANKOV, R.G.;,VIRJIK, A.D.; R06OV;N, Z.A. Infrared spectroscopy method of studying the stiiieture of some graft copolymers of cellulose. Vysokom.soed. 7 no.10sl:763~-1766 0 165, (MIP-k 18-11) 1. Moskovskiy tekstilinyy Inatitut. iz ct p snal--,j nz, zz~y. ~)rrt.u (MIRA 1&10) A--L-9,738-661 Fmr(_.'z WW/Mi NK: API)O29428- SOURCE CODE: /0153/65/008/004/D65P0654 W 44.11' 1 f"ir I AUTHOR: Malltseva, T. A.; SE!j ~hT~o ~D.L.; Virnik, A. D.; Rogovin, Z. A. d.. I ORG: Department of Synthetic Fibers, Moscow Textile Institute ( afedra khimichoskikh volokon, Moskovskiy tekstIlInyy institut) r 44 TITLE: Synthesis of graft c- olymersbf cellulose and p9lLacrylle acid SOURCE: 1VUZ. EhImlya I khImicheskaya tekhnologlya, v. 8, no. 4, 1965, 651-654 TOPIC TAGS: graft copolymer, acrylic acid, cellulose plastic 'f" ABSTRACT: In the laboratory of the authors, a new method was recently developed for synthesizing graft copolymers of cellulose and synthetic polymers. It consists in the pre- liminary Introduction of peroxide groups into the polymer macromolecule In Fe2+/H 20 2 and Fe 3+ /H202 redox systems. Subsequent decomposition of these peroxide groups in the presence of Fe2+ ions produces mAcroradicals which initiate the growth of the chain. The authors studied the conditions of this process and determined the effect of various factors (FeSO4 and H 202 concentration, temperature of treatment with H20 2' grafting temperature, monomer concentration) on the composition of the graft copolymers formed. It was found that the content of grafted polyacrylic acid in the copolymer rises sharply as the H202concentrati( Card 1/2 UDC: 677.46 L 9738-6,6 ACC NRi AP5026428 increases to 2.5%, and that when the Fe 3,/11 202 system Is used, less concentrated 11202 solutions can be used than in the case of Fe2+/H202- OrIg. art. has: 4 tables. SUB CODE: 11,07 / SUBM DATE- 11Jul64 / ORIG REF- 002 0 IQ." 2 A MALITSEVA, T.A., aspirant;..V-IRNIK, A.D., starshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik; ROGOVIN, Z.A., prof.; SHCHEGLOVA, G.V., aspirant; VASHKOV, V.I., prof. Antibacterial cellulose fibers and fabrics. Tekst. prom. 25 no.4:15-17 Ap 165. (MIPA 18:5) 1. Moskovskiy tekstilln~yy institut (for Malltseva, Virnik, Rogovin). 2. TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledovateliskiy dezinfektsionnyy institut (for Shcheglova, Vashkov). MALITSFVA., T.A., aspirant; VIRNIK, A.D., starehly nauchnyy sotrudnik; ROGOVIN, Z.A., prof.; SHCHEGLOVA, G.V., aspirant; VASHFOV, V.I., prof. Antimicrobic synthetic fibers and fabrics. Tekat. prom. 25 no.901-32 3 165. (MIRA 18;10) 1. Moskovskiy tekstillnyy Institut (for Malltseva, Virnik, Rogovin). 2. TSentrallnyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy dezinfektsion- nyy institut (for Shcheglova). 3. Direktor TSentrallnogo nauchno- iosledovatellskogo dezinfektsionnogo instituta (for Vashkov). VIIMIK, A.D., inzh. Reacbion of reactive dyes withOmino acids. Izv.v7s.uchob.zav.; takh.log.prom. no.5:40-43 160. (MIRA 13:11) 1. Hookovskiy tekstilinyy institut. Rekomendovana kafedroy organichaskoy khimli i khimil.kraviteley. (Dyes and dveing) (Amino acids) SHARKOVA, Y-r i`.; VIRNIK, A,D HOriCIVIN, Pritilmai,i -,):iviz- -,r,,3 rf' Cop 5 - . r!. -, r11; lymer cf Oill plyglycl.1y] no. IAV 1 6 (MMA l',':0 Moskov 2k -;- y tek s t i 1 1 nvj ACCESSION NR: AT4017406 S/0000/63/000/000/0032/0036 AVr11ORt Lishevskaya Me Oe; Virniko A. D.; Rogovin, Z. A. TITLE: Synthesis of Vew derivatives of cellulose and other polyeaccharides'. XXXI. Introduction of n *ew functional groups into a macromolecule of modifie4 .cellulose containing aromatic amino groups SOURCE: Tsellyuloza i yeye proizvodny*ye, abornik statey (Cellulose and its Oerivatives). Moscow, 1963, 32-36 TOPIC TAGS: cellulose, polysaccharide, modified cellulose, cellulose derivative ABSTRACT: This work was undirtaken to explore the possibility of the synthesis of iodine-, thiocyano-, oxime-, aldehyde-, sulfhydryl- and arylhydrazine-N',N"- disulfo- containing derivatives of cellulose, of which the one containing a sulfhydryl group is of particular interest since this group imparts cation exchange ability to polyeaccharide derivatives. Cellulose was alkyl&ted with 4-.,A4-hydr0Xy- ethylsulfonylanilinesulfate and diazotized, after which the product was: a) treated at 40C for 24 hre. with aqueous solutions of KI (2.5-20%) to yield a pro- duct with 13.7% 1; b) treated at room temperature for 24 hr@. with KSCH and lFeC13 to yield a product with 3.08% SCH; c) treated at room temperature for I hr. with Card 1/2 A ACCESSION MR: AT4017406 formaldoxim In the presence of CuSO4 and NszS03 to yield a product with 1!97% X; d) treated at room temperature for 0.5-24 bre. with 0.6 - 9% 942S2 to yield a product with 6.93% S and a cation exchange ability of 1.6 neq/g; a) treated at room temperature for 3 hro. vith 5% N82SO3 to yield a product with 5.9% S. Orig. art. has: 2 graphs and 10 structural formulas. ASSOCIATION: Moskovskiy tekstilln)r*y institut (Moscow Textile Institute) SUBMITrEDs. 097062 SUB-CODI: OC, W DATE ACQs 063an64 ED UP SOV: 007 INCL: 00 OTHER:. 002 Card 2/2 SNEZHKO, D.L.; VIRNIK, A.D.; ROGOVIN, Z.A. Synthesis of sulfo derivatives of cellulose. Zh---L Frikl. khim. 37 no. 511156-1158 * 164. (~LrRA l7s7) 5.1370,5.3610 75667 SOV/80-32-io-16/51 AUTHORS: Bogoslo'vskiy, B. M.,tavorskiy, B. M., Virnik, A. D. TITLE: Concerning the Application of Thermal Diffusion to Dye Refining PERIODICAL: Zhurnal prikladnoy khimii, 1959, Vol 32, Nr 10, pp 2225-2229 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The article reports on the results of preliminary studies on thermal diffusion refining of dyes. Lab- oratory tests were made in a metal apparatus (Fig. 2) and a glass apparatus built along the same lines. The investigated dye or dye mixture solutions (congo- red., acid blue, acid orange) of 2 to 4% concentration were introduced at the middle of the column heated by an electric coil with temperature regulated by a LATH-1 autotrant3rormer. The concentration of the original solution as well as that of' the Hampletj drawn from the top and bottom of the column was de- termined colorimetrically with a type FEK-14 photo- Card 1/5 electric colorimeter and appropriate light filters.