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3/16 62/000/001/067/083 Calculating the semidiurnal ... D228YD302 consequence of the sea's constriction and the interference of waves reflected from tile coast. It was found tc be impossible to calculate the tidal currents of the M wave by Polukarovl-- method in this area. Z-'Abstractor's note: Co~plete translation....,/ Card 2/2 VLADDIIROV, O.A. Calculatinj the area increase of the sea caused by waves. Okeano- logiia 1 no.4:630-637 161. (MIRA 14:11) (Hydrography) (waves) s/196/61/000/009/020/032 Eiq4i~E]55 AUTHORj Vladimirov, O.A. TITLEt A photo-electronic tidal flow prediction machine PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Elektrotekhnika i energetika, no.9, 1961, 6, abstract 9D 43. (Tr. Gos. okeanogr. in-ta, no-55, 196o, 179-181) TEXT: Changes in the phase and amplitude components of tidal flow are represented on photographic film as an opaque outline of the harmonic components; each film carries only a whole number of longitudinal and latitudinal flow components. The moving film is illuminated by an electric lamp through a slot and the resulting light flux is projected onto a screen with a special grid from which the magnitude and direction of the total flow vector may be read. one turn of the reel corresponds to 24 hours. The vectors are recorded on the oscillograph screen every hour. [Abstractor-s note: Complete translation.] Card 1/1 S/634/61/000/063/001/001 D218/D304 AUTHOR: Vladimirov. 0.A. TITLE: Dctermining the most probable periods in the analysis of complicated cyclic curves SOURCE; Moscow. Gosudarstvennyy okeanograficheskiy institut. Trudy, no. 63, Moscow, 1961, 90-94 TEXT; The author describesa method for determining the most probable periods of the harmonic components of complicated curves. The method employed is said to be considerably aimpler to use titan other methods available so far. The method is summarized as follows. Suppose the complicated curve shown in Fig. I is to be analyzed into its harmonic components and it is required to find the most probable periods of the latter. The first step in practice is to write down the ordinates of the curve for the various instants of time. A simple sinusoidal wave with arbitrary period and amplitude is then selected. The latter para- meters should not be greater than the corresponding parameters for waves Card 1/3 S/634/61/000/063/001/001 Determining the most ... U218/D304 which are to be separated out from the original wave. The absolute dif- ferences between the ordinates of the complicated wave and the trial wave are then determined and added together. The trial wave is then displaced through unit distance to one side, and the second sum of absolute differ- ences is computed. This is repeated to obtain the 3rd, 4th, etc. sums. The process is continued until the trial wave is displaced through one complete period relative to a fixed point on the curvt, to be analyzed. The sequence is repeated all over again using a trial function with the same amplitude, but a period greater by unity. The period of the trial wave is successively increased to a value which is assumed to be the maxi- mum possible value (this is deduced from inspection of the analyzed curve). In order to estimate the most probable period of the trial function, a graph is plotted of the sums of the absolute differences mentioned above against the displacement of the trial functions relative to a fixed point on the curve to be analyzed. The resulting curve should have maxima corresponding to the probable periods. The higher the maxima the more probable the periods. Once the periods of the components have been de- termined it is easy to determine the amplitudes as well. This is done Card 2/3 S/634/61/000/063/001/001 Determining the most ... D218/1)304 by evalunting the above sums for gradually increasing trial-function amplitude. A graph is then plotted of the above sums against the ampli- tude. The sums should have maximum values when the amplitude of the trial function reaches a most probable value.. There are 2 figures, 1 table and 2 Soviet-bloc references. Fig. I Card 3/3 VLADIMIROV 0 A inzh.; LOBKO, N.I., Ln.7h.; -'T--. ' - I p . I . . Smill-nize hourmetars for tra~.-tor enfinet.-. Tmikt.. -i no.1:36-37 Ja 165. (~ t,--L , , ,-t -4 P, : ~ ) 1. Vladimirskiy zavod "Avtopribor" (for Vladlmirov). ~. VA'~idliia-lrzkiy trttktornyy zavod (for Lobko, Shaanov). VIADIMIROVj O.A., :. . Construction and evahiation of isotherm and Isohallne maps. Trudy GOIN no.87:105-114 165. 19: l') 1, 32084-66 ACC NRiAT6016355 (N) SOURCE CODFj UJV2634/65/000/087/0105/01 AUTHOR: VlaSmirqY,,,,q4_A. ORG3 none TITLE: Plotting and evaluation of isotherma. and isohalines on charts SOURCEi Moscow. Gosudarstvennyy okeanograficheskiy Anstitut. Trudy, no. 87, 1965- Lldy i termika moray-(Ice and thermal conditions of seas), 105-114 TOPIC TAGS: sea water, sea water temperature, sea water salinity ABSTRACT: Certain methodological problems connected with the selection of obser- vation materials used for plotting mean isotherms and isohalines on charts are discussed. Ways of evaluating similar charts were also examined. in an analysis of the hydrological regime of individual regions the distribution of water masses is plotted on charts, using sea-water temperature and salinity observations. Methods for facilitating the location of frontal zones and solution of similar problems are given. Orig. art. hast 2 figures and 4 tables. CNT] SUB CODE2 08/ SUBM DATSt none/ ORIG W 1 004 Card V I t - 0.., A. "':.-I Sea c-aci.s. 11"eteor. i .-J'-ol. no.3:40-41 1 161. rtr I -~ (sra:-,~Ore) VIADIMIROV, O.A. ""wftft Detecting a stray bit of metal in a batch of margarine. Kasl.- zhir.prom. 24 no.11:4o-41 '58- (KERA 1.2;.l) 1. L'vovskiy zhirovoy kombinat. (Oleomargarine) (x rays) VIADDUMV, O&A.; FLEROVA., We EatablisbIng the proper t1me of the year for determini the stablest position of the mean sea leyel, Trudy GOIN n0,550-67-171 160,, (ooeanography) (KERA 24s7) Y-h- VLADIMIROVI O.A. Graphic method of analyzing diurnal series of level observations made in seas with tides, Trudy GOIN no-55:172-178 160. (MM 14 s7) (Tides) VLALDIMDW, O~A. Photoolectronic machine for the calculation of tidal currentse Trudy GOIN no-55sl79-181 160. (KMA 14%7) (Electronic calculating machines) (Tides) ALITSHULER, V.M.; VLADIMIROV, O.A. Computing ~~~~~M2) in the Baffin Ray and the Davis Strait by G.V. Polukarov's method. Trudy GOIN no.64:112-117 161. (MIRA 14:9) (Baffin Bay~--Tidcs) (Davis Strait--Tides) VLADIMUM, O.A. Noan square value of level variations and its relation with 3ome oceanological characteristics. Trudy GOIII no.64:118-127 161. OIAIRA 14:8) (oceanography) VLADIMIROV, O.A.; TITOV, V.B. I-: I- - - - --- -- Calculation of cotidal maps with an interference account of tidal waves. Trudy GOIN no.37.155-177 159. (MIRA 13:4) (Barents Sea-Tides-Haps) - VLADIMIROV, O.A. Calculating the area increase of a rolling sea. Meteor. i gidrol. no-10:36-37 0 160. (MLRA 13:10) Mrdrographic surveying) (waves) VLADIMIROV, O.A. A beviCl for automatic re*se of floats in measuring coastal currents. Trudy GOIN no.70:106-108 162. (MIRA 15:6) (Oceanographic instriunents) (Ocean currents--Yeasurement) VLADIMIROV, O.A. I? Ice conditions in EjaviB Strait.. Trudy GOIN no.71:100-119 164. 041RA 17 110) D?28/D304 AUTHORS: Chernigov, V. A., and Vladimirov, 0. K. TITLE,t Application of Y -ray isotopes for determining thi: density of the snow-flow to drifting snow PERIODICAL3 Referativnyy zhurnal, Geofizika, no. 1.0, 1961, 51. abstract 10V341 (V 3b. Sov. antarkt. ekspeditaiya, 10:, L., Morsk. transport, 1960, 157-156) TEXT. In connection with the insufficient nrecision of mechanical drift-,gagps in the Antarctic tests were carried out to ascertain thc~ posGfhility oP applying T -ray isotopes for the determination of' the gnow-flow densit~r to drifting snows The Cr-ltx (3G-42) field radiometer,, in which Co isotopes inserted in a massive lead case, with a rone - shaped aperture for irradiating the scintillation countpr served ae ~~,e ray source, was used as the -r-ray detector. The distance betweer the radiation source and the counter amounted to 2 and 3 r. The ca-1.1-bratior. Card 112 Application of... 3/169/61 /000//t',*),'O/(,,'l D228/1)304 of the device was carried out on a snow rall of variable thickness b,'j the method proposed by P. A. Shumskiy. The tests showed. !.he ii:,suj,tabiI-Lt.Y of tbe isotope method for measuri ; tho blizzard density Iri the Antav~ V n4 Ln view of the distortiors of by ele,.Itxjf ied sno-I pa, trano-forred Isy dxifting snow, and b-j coqmi,~~ rays. The 0'~i "'.)I Li 'is arp- oonsiderably strengthened undor Ithe int'Lic-noo of the Jt.'? Is an almost ideal insulator. The method may be fully afpllcd "An I 2-Ab I .nllinatic. ewironnents. stracter-1-a note.: Complete translar4cr-. Card 212 VLADIMIROV, O.K., kand. geol.-mineral. nauk; KARASIK, A.M., geofizik; "MALTAVKIN, A.M., geofizik Magnetic susceptibility of rocks of individual nanataks on the Queen Mary Coast and the Wilhelm II Coast. Inform. biul. Sov. antark. eksp. no.35:11-13 162. (MIRA 16-.:L1) 1. Vsesoyuznyy institut razvedochnoy geofiziki (for Vladimirov). 2. Nauchno-iseledovateliskiy institut geologii Arktiki (for Narasik, Malyavkin). VLADIMIROV, O.K., kand. geologo-mineralog. nauk Magnetic properties of Pre-Cambrian rocks In Bunger Oasis. Inform. biul. Sov. antark. sakp. no-5:18-22 159. (MIRA 12:10) l.Vassoyuznyy institut razvedochnoy geofiziki. (Antarctic regions--Rocks--Magnatic properties) ~'T!'Jr VL P.11 57T*16 7-5-M/Zlectricity Novl~e 194T Ohm' Y&ters Water - Research wChm Meter With Regulated Coe"lolent," 0. K. Vladl- mirov, X. Ye. Novothilova, 1i pp "Razvedlca Nedr" No 6 Standard resistance meters produced by Russian in- dustry are not suited for studying fresh waters of high specific resistance. To make possible the use of the present apparatus for measurements In aU oases, It is necessary to design a resistance meter with a coefficient that can be varied within the limits of 0.005 to 0.5 in measuring specific resist- ance in ohm meters. Describes such device. Le 57T16 1. SHARIKOV, A. Yo, SLUTSKIYj A. I., VIADIMIROV, 0. K, 2. USSR (600) 4. Murmansk Province - Ore Deposits 7. Re ort on the activity of the Monchegorsk geophysics party of 1944. abstract,7 Izv. Glav. upr. geol. fon. no. 3, 1047. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, March 1953. Unclassified. AUTHORS: Vladicirov, 0. X., Chernigovt V. A. 89-4-5-14/26 TITLE: An Attempt to Use Gamma-Ray Absorption to Measure Ice and Snow Densities Under Antarctic Conditions ( opy-t ispoilzovanlya oslableniya y-luchey dlya opredelaniya plotnosti 11da i snega v usloviyakh Antarktidy) PERIODICAL; Atomnaya Energiya, 1958, Vol. 4, Hr 5, PP. 474 - 475 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The density determinations were carried out as well on the spot as in laboratories.For the first case two boreholes U^_6-5 cm) were driven into the snow or ice, the centers of which were at a distance of go cm. The preparation (0.1 ME radium) was then introduced into the one borehole and in*o the other the sointillation counter of the radio6-mters OG -42, both at the same height. The following densities were re,:Jatered: o.83; 0,87 and o.91 glCM3 for ice and o#29; o*32 and 0,41 9/cM3 for snow. For the indoor experiment blocks of 25 x 25 x 25 cm were Card 1/2 packed into thin wood cases. The preparation was placed on 89-4-5-14/26 An Attempt tu Use Gamma-Ray Absorption to Measure lee and Snow Densities Under Antarctic Conditions the one side and the counting tube at the same hei,,,ht on the other side and the absorption of the y-radiation was measured.i a the ice had known densities of oe9o; o.86 and 0-93 g/cm and the snow the densities of o.28; 0,31 and 0-40 g/cm3 (these densities were determined in the isothermal laboratory) a calibration curve could be plotted. With these calibration curves the densities mentioned at the beginning could be measured on the spot.There are 2 figures and 3 referen- ces,aU of which are Soviet. SUBMITTED: December 23, 1957 AVAILABLE: Library of Congress 1. Snow-Density-Neasurement 2. Ice-Density-Neasvzoomt Card 2/2 3. Gama mys--4boorption 4. Gama ray"ppli"tiamv D263/007 AUTHORS:- Vladimirov 0 K., Karasik, A. V. and 1.,alyavkin, A.1,11- "'Ics of rocka in the rogioft of 111irnyy ev~gnetic prope- PER1 OD XCA L Refcrativnyy zhurnal, Geofizika, no. 2, 1963, 30, ab- atract 2D180 (Inform. byul. Sov. antarkt. ekapaditoii, 11)62,*no. 32, 1-5-18) TEXT: A deucript-ion is given of the results of an investigation into tho"magrnetic properties of rock specimens collected in the region of Mkirnyy during the 2nd and 4-th continental expeditions. 4- Measurements of the magnetic susceptibility were carried (,u%1 on 200-samples of rocks, using an induction kappameter with a sensi- CP tivity OAP 10 x 10-6 emu and an electronic kappameter with a sensi- tivity 011, j X 10-6emu; measurements were also made o1P the magnetic remanence on 15 spacimens, with the instrument. Nagne- .ite-rich hyperothene granitcz; from individual parts of ,-Islands were found to be most magnetic; t-he diopside rocks were Card,1/2 19/169V63/000/002/111/127 Magnetic propertlfer3 o; ... D267VD307 leaot magnetic. The basic intrui;ive, of the Xowsomolskaya mound (dolori-~co and gabbro-dolerites) were strongly magnetic. The ratio Q waz less than unity for all rocka. ~_Abatracters note: Complete traa.9lation..7 ---37163-6- 27 3/P34 AUTHORS: Vladimirov, 0. X~4', Karasik, A. 1-1. and 1,~Ialyavkin, A.11-1. T4' T L B Iflagnetic properties of rocks ja the region of Mirnyy .?"RIODICAL: Referativnyy,zhurnal., Geofizika, no. 2, 1963, 3D, ab- wtr-a-ct~-2 -aG- D1 '962,'no. 32, 1 5- 18) XT: description is given of the results of an investigation into the magnetic properties of rock specimens collected in the region of Mirnyy during the 2nd ZLnd 4th continental expeditions. Measurements of the magnetic susceptibility were carried out on 200 -samples of rocks, using an induction kappameter with a sensi- tivity of 10 x 10- emu and an electAronic kappameter with a sensi- tivity or 1 x 10- 6 emu; measurements were aldo made of the magn,dtic remanence on 15 specimens, with the tl-Z (DI-2) instrument. Magne- ti14'e-rich hypersthene granites from individual parts of Haswell --Islands were found to be most. t,,agrnetic; the diopside rocks wexe Card. 1/2 W=W" S/169/63/000/002/111/127 tic properti D263/D307 agn OS of leuut magnetic. The basic intrusive rocks of the, Konsomolakaya mound (doleritez and gabbro-dolerites) were strongly magne-~.ia. 'The ratoio Q was less than unity for all rocks. /-Abstracter's note: Complete translation. UOIKIROV 0. K. kaxd. gool.-mineral.'nauk; KARASIK, A. M., geofisik; ikhiile-A. M. I , geofisik Mapetic proportion of rocks occurring in the Mirayy region. Inform. biul. Soy, antark. ekspo' no.32:15-18 162. (MIRA l6t4) 1. Voesoyuznyy inatitut rasvedochnoy geofisiki i Nauchno- issladovatellskiy institut geologii Arktiki. (Mirn" region, Antarctica-Rocka--Magnetic properties) VLADIMIROV,-P., podpd-1kovnik Make detailed preparati7n for each lesson. Tyl i snab.3,ov.Voor. Sil 21 no.ts20-23 Ja 161. (YJU 14;6) (Military education) VLADIMIROV P irzh,ekongp-,~st~ BA,I--;.j.,']0-V'A, V., 4nZh. -1_9 9 - - d Problems of se-.slement in the regional Tlannin-p Distric", Ryazan Province. Ekspc-r. praekt. no,,;-9-67 VIADIMIROV, P. - - - I--- Talents from Orenburg Province. Sov, profaoiuzy no,17:44- 45 S 161, (MIPA 14:8) (Moscow-Ensemble o (Music)) KONEVY S.1 kandebiologicheakikh nauk; VIADIMIROV, P.; PAVLOV, G.; LARIN) 0. (g. Nukus) It so happens that .... IUh* net* no.3-1:26-27 N 161. (MIRA 34: 11) (Nature study) VrADIM330T,--P. , Hig~hest standards for gliding'. Kr7l.rod. 11 no.5:8-9 9Y 160. (MnU 13:7) (Gliding and soaring) VLADIMIHOV F, st.rrach (Sofiya). PAMKMOV,, L.. vrach (Sofiya) Intermediate madical personnel In the sector hospital. Red. gestra 17 no.7:14-17 J115F (KIRA 11:7) (HOSPITALS-STAYIP) VUDIMIROV, P. Training of young telegraphers. Sov.sviaz. 2 no.12:10 D 152. (TelegrAphes) OGU 7: 81 VIADDIIROV i_ P. -- - . - ------- -- hakhter" team in the "B" clws. l61. r (soccer) Sov.shakht. 10 no~10:37--.? (KMA .14:1.2 )-- , VLADIMIROV, P.A., inzh. =3V ;4 onvirting boiler-and-engine units from solid to liquid fuel. Energetik 6 no.8:21-22 Ag 158. (MIRA 11:10) (Boilers) I,. U TH (I R Vladimirov, P.A. , ',Yqjneor TITLE: Conversion of Locovobile 7.1,,ilern fro;-, t,, :Alquil Consumption (Perevod 1(,I-o--obiI'n.,,kh kotlov s tvarrIoCo na, zhidkoye toplivo) Energetik, lcSS, I.Ir 9, p:) 21-02 LI that ABSTRACT: Tho aut' or describes the chanr,3s and modifications were made to two locorobiles and a locomotive boiler, used as stationery boilers, tc ada for us,~, -aith liquid fuel (mazout). There is I diagram. 1. Boilers--Operation 2. Fuels--Applications Card 1/1 B-'SPALJ)V, Nikolay Vasil 'Y(--VJ ch; VLADIMIHOV NI-Vol-Fcdovovi~cf.; MALKIS' IoLif vyacheajav ivanov-j-h; KOZLOV, 0,.S., red.; ved. red. [co=unications in pipeline transportation) Sviaz' na. tru- coprovodnom transporte. MoAva5 Izd-vo "Nedra," 1961- 198 p. (M1111. 17:8) VLADIKIWV, POV. Povtr cozatructl= workers s;*-Lk. (Socialist competition)"L. - 31 ra.4iQ 1; ItI. (.WI?A 14, 5) ~.Electric power production) BELINSKIY, MI.L. ; BUT, P.P.; KANTOROVICH, Z.L.; IMLOV, Yu.V.; VLADIMIROV. F.F.; ZAYTSEV, B.Z.; KOVELI, I.I.; LESHCH'INSKIY, a.p.; k6iiR-l- V G. - LEFEKHM, S.F. ; RATS, F.G. ; SERIKOVO S.S.; KHAYTOVICH, M.;. [dece'ased]; TSVETKOV, N.Ya.; KULIKOV, A.A., red.; MATSKO, L.A., red.; RYABSKIY, N.A., red. [ilandbook on petroleuri-pipeline equipment] Spravachnik; obo- rudovanie ragistralinykh truboprovudov. Moskva, Nedra, 1965. 610 P. (MIRA 18:6) -------- - - -- - ---- - - - - - - - UGOHBTS. I.I.; LAVRENENKO, K.D.; BOVDARU, N.M.; PL&TONOV, N.A.; ACHIASOV, D.I.; KMTARYAN, S.G.; SAVINT , A.I.; MLLYUTIN, I.P. VL&DIMIROV, P-JL; MOSKOVSnY, F.A.; GXLIYAKD, K.Z.; XLRAVAY, N.M. BXUROZ7M'M,-I.A.; KIKIRL, YI.I.; TIONIVUL, Ye.M. Nikolai, Nkolaevich Romanov; obituary. Elsk.sta. 27 no.4:63 Ap 156. (K6BA 9: 8) (Romanov, Nikolai, Nikolaevich, 1906-1956) VLADIMIROV, R. USSR/Biology - Silkworm Nov 51 "The Oak Silkworm," R. Vladimirov "Neuka i Zhizn" Vol XVIII, No 11, pp 44,45 The oak silkworm, which lives in a wild state on oaks rather than mulberry trees and produces chesucha ./fussah silk_?7, raw material for a fabric which was hitherto imported from the Orient, is now being bred by L13SR colle,:tive farms according to specially de- veloped wethods. The huge oak forest reserves of the USSR are being utilized in this manner for the pro- duction of silk. 213T13 PISARZHZVSKIY, Oleg; VLADIHIROV. R.; POPOVA. E. Youth wants to know more about science, Tekh, mol. 28 no. 12:32- 33 160. (HIRA 13.12) (Bibliograpb,y--Seieuce--Juvenile literature) 1. MOTMIROY, R. 2. U55R (600) 4. Silkworms 7. Oak silkworm, Nau~a i zhizn', 18, Ila. 11, 1952. 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, February -1953. Unclassified. AUTHOR: Vladimirov, S. 4-12-22124 TITLE: Pages from Fantastic Novels (Po stranitsam fantasticheskikh romanov) PERIODICAL: Znaniye - Sila, 1957, # 12, p 61-62 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The article consists of extracts taken from various fantastic novels dealing with lunar landscapes, measmwient of temperatures at a sea'depth of 840 M, the effects caused by the lack of gra- vity or friction, and the extraction of energy from sea water. There are 6 figures. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 1/1 VLADIMIROVP .4. ~ - ------ ---- Physiologist comes to a workshop. Znar. sila 36 no.10.-42-45 0 1151. OERA 16:12) VORODTSOV, L.; VIADII-~IROV, S3.; KrOISNOV, V.A., spets. red.; MvJ,AKFCr,-'P;N-.'-l - red. [Science, 1961; throught the Exhibition pavilions] Nauka god 1961; po pavillonam Vystavki. Moskva , 1961. 65 P. (MIRA 17:8) 1. Moscow. Vystavka dostizhenly narodriogo khozyaystva SSSI:t. VLAD124IROV, S. Excavations at the desk; notes of a bibliographer. Hauka i zhizn' 28 no.5:75 My 161. (MnU 14:6) (Religion) ARMIYEV, Ye.,; VUDIMIROT, S. Steps into outer space. lUn.tekh. 4 no-1:37-40 Ja '60. (MIRk 13:5) .MSIOIWIUL IIMCT) . (Snal 7LIpaIr. i VLA,DIMIROVY S--p Juh.- . Elastic portolyte containers. Rech. tranBp. 20 no. 2:60-3 of covor F 161. (KRA 14:2) (Containero) (Cargo handling) VUZI! J:kV, S. iions a4 4c, C blioZrarhcr. rau-I -- (Mll 14:2) 0 ---VLADIMIROVI-S-.- --- - - - - - . Xxcavations at the dook; notes of a bibliographer. Hauka i zhIzn' 28 no.3:75-76 Mr 161. (MM 14:3) (chemistry) VL4DIMIROV.. S. E=avations at the desk; notes of a bibliographer. i zh-4znl 28 nod4:59 AP 161. (Bibliography) (MIRA 14:5) VLADIMIROFV S. . In foreign countries: 1%w rinarw of incrEiasing Lhj atifety of ship maneuvers. Rach. transp. 22 na.6:47 Ja 163. (IffiVi 16-9) (MerclLr~nt ships --- Safety measures) SDKOIDV.% A., polkovnik; VUDIMIMV, S.,_jR!?4po3.kovnik Warrant officer Kuznetsov. Tyl i snab. Sov. Voor. Sil 21 no.g,-.,+17-. 50 S 161, (MIRA 24:12) (Russia-blavy6-SuppUes and stores) VLAIDIMIROV, S. 9 inzh. Magnate instead of mooring ropes (from "Norvegian Shipping News,n no..U. 1960; ftDie Schiffbart." no.10.. 1960). Recb.transp. 20 no9062 Ap 161# (MIRA 14:5) (Germany, West-Anohorage) (Magnets) VLADIMIROV S,-- White rainbow. Torf.pron. 36 no.1:46 159. (MIRA 12:3) (Rainbow) VLADIMIROV, S.,_ Eighth Congress of Kirghis medical -personnel. Zdrav.lrazakh. 17 no.12:65-68 '57* (KNA 12: 6) (KIRGHIZISTAN--PUBLIC HNALTH-CONGRISSMS) VIADIMIRDV, S. That Isn't Wic. Znan-sila 33 n0.12:20 D 158. (WRA 11--12) (Molding (Founding)) I I I I '-, -v, -~ V L-.,-Ii L~ 1,r - ~- - ' SHCHERBAKOV, D.I., akademik; DOLGUSHIN, Tu., pisatell; NECHAYIV. I., p1satel". POPOV, X.; KIRSHIM. Da..,V - W0jovA*ir---zhurnalist. . . ,WA Menu of mankind. Znav. sila 32 no-11:35-40 N 157. (xMA ift'll) -? (Fbod. Artificial) VIADIMIROV, S. - ~',%Vl Conference of engineers on special uses of aviation. Grazh.4.av. 14 no.2:32 F 157. (KLHA 10:5) (Aeronautics in agriculture) VL&DIMIROV. S. Raise production and technical prrmug"da to the level of new goals. Prof. soiuzy 8 no.8:26-30 Ag 153. (KI-RA 6:8) (Technical education) VLADIMTROV? S. Notes of a hero. Kryl. rod. 16 no.6:11 Je 165. (MIRA MID) . VIAD-DIIROV.,-k,-,_inzh. Cargo vessels built of alumimm, Rech. transp. 20 no.12:57 D 161. (IMLIPA 14:12) (Great Britain-4hipbuilding) BMUdSTROV, Ye.F.; WMAYLOV., V.V.; MASLCIVA, VLAD 1EffjJ- Inhibitors are the ell-ir of life for polymers. Wn.tekhu 7 no.12: 6-13 D 162. (MMA 16 :4) Zamestitell direktora Tambovskogo n-suchno-issledovatellskogo instituta 1katov klya polimex4v po natchnoy chasti (for Birmistrov)41 2. Zaveduyushchiy laboratoriyey sinteza stabilizatorov dlya plastmass Tomkogo anuchno-issiedovatellskogo.-Ihatituta khimikatov dlya polimerov (for Hikhaylov). J. Rukovoditell gruppy nauchno-tekhnicheskoy informat8ji Tambovskogoinauchno-isaledovatellokogo instituta khimikatov klya polimerov (for Maelova). 11 (Tambov-Chemiotry, Technical-Research) (I"bitiol(Chemiotry.)) VIADIMIROV) S.A.; YUDIN, Yu.A.; LIVSHITS, Ya.L.jzed.; RAKITIN, I.T., - ..... z---'--"-"t'edkbn, red, [U.S.A. military bases on foreign territory) Voennye bazy SShA na chuzhikh territoriiakh. Moskva) Izd-vo "Znanie," 1963. 43 p. (Novoe v zhizni, nauke.. tekhnike. VII Seriia: Mezhdunarodnaia, no .21) (MIRA 17:2) VLADDUROV, S. A. 1949. "Theory arid Design of Synnetrical 'ft-Igger Circuits," Radio tekhnika, No 5, Central Scientific Research Institute of Comminications, Ministry of Corriminications (TsNIIS) USSR/Chemistry - Platinum, Flotation 11 Jun 51 "F.ffect of Various Gases on the Wettability of Platinum," I. H. Plaksin, Coxy Mem, Acad Sci USSR, S. I. Vladimirov, Moscow Inst of Nonfer- rous Metals and Gold iie*Ir M. I. Kalinin I'Dok Ak Nauk SSSRtr Vo, I 1-LXXV II, -No 5,,Pp 933-935 Oxygen incr'eases. vettability of platinum, while argon, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide do not. Prior contact of oxygen increases adsorption.of sodium butyl xanthate on platinum, which is in agreement with hypothesis advanced by I. N. Plaksin that action of oxygen is essential for 184=6 USSR/Chemi6try - Platinum,, Flotation 11 Jun 51 (Contd) CD fixation of xanthate on surface of metal or metal sulfide. VLADnMCIVP- 2tion of 3 1 n t t I-j Sl 7 r IV, ,=~ss s,),,wca cilping CV.Pp VIADnMOV s C04. T Den d), Chralf"V33 in diLA-l cl,pp4n* xav Put - A.- ..d it. pAld June I now Vnif ,;; ser.. v, NX'c the Influe.111Z tudl Of en L nlt!'019'ilon W Itemults Of ,', In minerals. xyge", 6 .~Tfacl' ll~ VU., on the topefties ~14 in) the liotal'o" Aed. (PIO. Oat. are chs 8 ra 1:111 , 'I It, 4 hoolle J % i,flabdift Ad PI-Illms's l" it'. irli"is -of olifffri,111 t fit 1111-cot I I \ I'l-Im -.1 N I \ Ldlzml"~- /1"ll/wIll Alad. I'm NaIA S%%It to . '. I . i :% I ..... 11 )')*,1 1. 4 1 ; 1) 0 1*,. .' 'j, 0, ,dt, .,I " 't ... 1~ J Ih, jolh., ... . ~.l f I m ii " md I I I , It Ih, 'm h. . ... 0. 1A ~' ~'l I., IL. 11, 4 A " " , I's, -1 '. , I " -, 4 i'mo , J, I IA .1 11, 'll'i 'l- .1 ..,A . 1-11, .1 GTRSPL Vol. 5-No. 1 Jan. 1952 I-N, A-I %,lad, I'll rov, S.L (M.I. K.11111111 Kit""m 11"W'Or I"r C.0"$-I Ittrial. .01,41 C. -It tion - rvoil g.t - .. 111 t -1, rhjnRr. in jhr %~rjt.%"j IV nf plalintim jinfirr the . o( dill. Akedemlys Nouk, S.S.S R., Doklady Vol. ?A, No , 0 Citaince, to the we 11 of platinum under the Influence at I %~tla vorioua ilvistra 11,11TO Alilt $, I- V144im Alobt M,llla-.,% Iiiclt~ N-4rvilms. Metal, mul Akaj fAlUx.,"on the luirf-ovid Pt was lituclittl for the tuciricomir of c-mildi.hing s rharwirristic: flotation-active surface. The mrili'vi UU41 W.ks th it ur Measurement of the M"tAct angle .It the jrjyh~jllr I.-illidary III the system water-air-met.d. Oxygen. N.. C(h. A. Ill. And itirwercelliepwo sluclini, I wer-t inn of the r it with the fit surface was cacti Inued for.1 lverkill of 3 hrs -. the contact angle was measured every 13 mill. III file rl%e of The action of Or A Con4dirrable I1lCTr'-1W ,)I the h0r.1.1a,44city was noted. Nitrocen. A. and C('4 C..VC id"114-.41 "'ttv" at wrtlabill"r. The ai-tivitir of 4N in wafc,r wits "too tritt"t. The M(IL tlWdjUm t4mrcl di-INM th hall It OVAttr Offert On the IN WISSUM IlLin Mlt f li,. The effect of H, on fit surfac" us lestril .n,1 folin't negligible. The effects of ionic llirhenti. e r.. flu I'llithae, wvrr ("Irtj after liffilmittary contact of the Pt The hm,thr-4- was (Onfil'Intil that fiction #1 1, for Ow,n of xanthpole on the tort.dor 'fljtWf~d floffACeL C.N.IV48. "Ney VLADIMIROV, with aeraiiOP w-d of I "The Use 0`~ sel-pct've flotEtion. It In the sy=09JILm: -M lir-0 V"~-s 4-- jljc gold-oe~rinp, ores, during coTupler- reprocessin.~ of polymeta - oslvry, Moscow, 1949, T. 1g5-30 ,urg. in-tov 14 !T,-tuch. rVC OtY studentov gorno-met-l ,tj I nylx o t,y, n. 16, IgLg). SO- U-4934, 29 Oct 5~, (Latopig lZhurn, -h ta 1. VLADDUROV, S.M.; TORNOVSKIY, V.M.; E13TAGARINSKIY, M.A. 2. USSR (600) 4. Concrete Construction 7. Pouring concrete by using small, portable trestles, Engs, S.M. Vladimiorv; V.M. Tornovskiy; M.A.;Smagarinskiy; Gidr.stroi. 22 no. 3, 1953. 9. Monthl List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, ApRIT . -1953, Uncl. MEYEROVICHp H.A.; KOSTIN, A6A.; KOKVRY-lNp B.P,; VIADIMIROV,, 8,P. Studying the influen,-.e of ferrafftgnatic elemento in the constnation of powerf'al al=Ijium aleatrolytic calls on magnetic fieldn in the zone of melting. TSvet met. 38 no.11: 84-90 N 165. (MIRA 18:11) MEYEROVICH, E.A. (Moskva); KOSTIN, A.A. (Moskva); NIKITINA, Yu.Ye. (Moskva); KOKURKIH, B.P. (Moskva); VLADIMIROV, S.P. (Moskva) Study of current supply systems of modern aluminum electrolyzers. Izv. AN SSSR. Energ. i transp. no.1s89-93 Ja-F 164. (MIRA 1714) Tl~ J j2-,,"3 Ap MADMIROW-KLYACHKO, S.V. Significance of detecting latent traces Df car parts an the olothes of traffic accident victims. Sud.,-med. eks r. 7 no.l.,1,5-%1+7 Ja-Mrt641 MRA 17--4) 1. TSentraltnaya sudetnomeditainskaya latoratoriya (nachalt- ni'zc - chlen-korrespandent AMS SSSR prof. M.I. Avdeyev). VLADIMIROV, S.V. , Pain stimulation and functional cImmges in the neurosecre- tor7 system. Zhur. ob. biol. 24 no-5:383-386 S-0 163. (MIRA 17:1) 1. Institut morfologii cheloveks, AMN SSSR, Moskva. J "C'V, 1949, roml;s Ill ,,,,t I (F01ir,rafjchr~skaya r)"OTT,17S Ill ,-nn o s t 3. 'S' Lroi t.f. I it 10ye fj,!Q0 Let')[)J-9' Zf1iwnaj1rykjj Stt,,, Vol. 7, 1949 1. VLADIMIROV, S. V. 2. USSR (600) 4. Philology 70 Philological science section. Vest. Len. un., 7. No. 3. 19r2 ..0 9. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, February -1953. Unclassified. VLADIMIROV, S.V. (Moskva) Desalinization of sea water. Priroda 53 no.7:83 '64, (MIRA 17:7) VUDIMIROV, S.V. (Moskrit) New agrochosical paroai.oal,. Priroda 53 no.42111-112 164.(MIRA 17:4) DUDOCHKIII.0 P.P. (Kalinin); ZHELTUKHIN, D.V. (Leningrad); VLADIMIROV, S.V. (Moskva); DMITRIYEVSKIr, Yu.D. (Vologda) New books. Priroda 53 no.2:17,25,31,,42 164. (MIRA 17:2) VIADIMIIVV, Sergey Vladi# o Qh,---WLOTAMA, Klavdiya Aleksandrovna; L_yj - - MASLM.. Izollda Petrovna; MIYJIMLOV, Vladimir Vaoillyervicb; SIDELIKOVSYXA, F.P... kand. khim. nauk,, red.; KOW117EV, S.G., red.; POPOV, V.N.2 te-kim. red. [Nonageing polymers]Nestareiushchie polimery. Tambov., Tar- bovskoe knizhnoe izd-vo, 1962. 78 p. (14IRA 15:3-1) (Polymers) L. 621-!5-& DIP W FA-CCNR--iF6O22l91 SOU-RGE C -OD,-E--:UR/00-----,- 26/66/000/006/0025 AUTHOR: VladimirZ5 o Vo (Moscow); Kare*r, M. A. (Mosco-'r) ORG: none Planned synthesis of heat-re8istant polymer TITIE i SOURCE: Priroda, no. 6, 1966, 25-32 TOPIC TAGS: heat resistant plastic, polytetrafluoroethylone, polyarylate karbin, heat resistance, thernial stability, polymer cross linking, polymer chemistry' ABSTRACT: 'The Directives of thew-23rd CongTess of the CPSU stressed the need for further develbpment of new economical chemical processesor obtaining technically usable materials. In connection with this, some methods have been developed for obtaining polymers with high mechanical strength, thermal stability, heat resistance, and long weariklife. The ever increas- "ires improved properties ing demand for replacing metals with plastics requ of plastic materials. The heat resistance of polymers, usually understood as their soften- .ing or melting temperature under atmospheric pressurecan be grouped into ,eight class'es. The first class represents materials whose softening tem- .perature is below 200C. Some polymers of the eighth class have a heat , resistance around 550C. These temperatures, however, do not coincide with Card 1/3 UDC: 678-7 --- ---L-42115-66 .91 .the softening or melting temperatures of the polymers under Icad: fourteen .of eighteen materials atudled under Iond cannot be used even at 150C, and nine of them fall at 120C. rherefore, the attention of the polymer -chemist is presently focussed on surmounting the 200C barrier in heat ,resistance. Efforts toward this end are in the form of planned research in which factors increasing the heat resistance are considered in outlining the composition and structure of polymers to be synthesized. A "heat resis- .tance chart" for planned research was drawn up at the Institute of Heterooreanic Compounds in a laboratory directed by V. V. Korshak, Cor- responding Member, AS USSR.- He and his associates have distinguished three main factors which determine the heals resistance of synthetic materials. The first is the reciprocal adhesion of polymer chains. This adhesion is increased by the introduction of polir groups, such as fluoro, carboxy, cyano, etc., or by the formation of bridges between t~e*c-h'a''ins, so-called cross-linking, as in the curing of rubber with sulfur, or by irradiation with ionizing radiation. This factor can be overcome by the effect of supramolecular structures. Excessive cross-linking, which increases the heat resistance, decreases the elasticity of polymers. The second factor is the regularity of the structure, e.g., isotactic polymers are more heat resistant than atactic polymers; linear polymers can be more closely packed than branched ones. The.third.*factor Is the composition and structure of Card 2/3 L 62115-66 ACC 14R_ 1 A-P6022191 the repeat units. Here, e.g., fluoro substituted polymers are much more heat resistant and thermostable (chemical resistance to oxidation at elevated temperatures) than chloro substituted polymers, as the example of volytetrafluoroethyleneqand poly(vinylchloride)lindicates. During their planned research, V. V./Korshak and S. V. Vinog'radova synthesized a ,series of_polyarylatesX)Including polymer F-2~r -c -#"_~-CO-O-C _0 .0 D-C-0 CO/ which can sustain a load of 300 kg/ M7 at 230C. Another heat reslaiint- polymer prepared at the laboratory of V..V. Korshak, is "karbin" a dihydrogenated polyacetylene which is not destroyed at 230C: 11 C C -C~C-. Giaphy-tized viscous rayon-fibers re obtained at 2700 to 2900C. Graphite fiberalYcan be'5- --Eo-r aerospac purposes; nozzles, high tempe.ature J'insulationP hot gas filters. The examples given Indicate that the 200C barrier has been surmounted. It is hoped that refractory polymers can be obtained -in the M-cxre; Ori'g. art;. has: 6 figures ard 1 tlble. [ATD,PRESS-* 5TO-F) SUB GODE: 11, 20p 07 / SUBM DATE: none ORIg-REF: 1.-~. 11 -e-67 Card 3/3 ar VLADIMIROV,T. (Vyahniy Volochek - Kalinin) Where a wonderful undertaVing was born. Prom.koop. 13 no-9: 1-3 S '59. (MIR.A. 13: 1) (Vyshniy Volochek-Clothing iadustr7) C,-Jl! nt ry T (" ~' t 0 ~--' 0=Human and Animal Physiology, Circulation ZLb-r, JDux. Ref Zhur Blol, No. 2, 19,j=9, No. 8074 Tomov, L; Yladimirov, V. InObitldt, :The Msdiea'f &i ~ eef the Bulgarian Academy of Scienca Tit1c The Clinical Significance of the FM in Infectious Rape- titia. Izv. Mdd. In-ti Bo-1g. AN, 1957, 14, 453--463 no eL'batract Ca r d VLADIMIROV, V~ Traff lights aff lig "bz~opvizhlll bezop. vizh. 3 with direction signals (to be concluded). Za no.8:10 Ag 160. (MIRA 13:11) (Traffic Bigns and signals)