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1: --t Methylol Polyamide Glues "318 S/19 60/000/002/005/012 B027YB058 T-11 M -12 (PFM-12), and Tr;M -2 (PEM-2) are mentioned. The glue of the type Amir(Amp), 'which is soluble in acetone, has the highest elasticity of all glues on the basis of methylol polyamide polymers. Its use as plasticizer for the manufacture of water-recistant grinding materials yielded very satisfactory results. Further work io conducted concerning the production of new glue types by modification of polyamides by means of other high- molecular compounds and/or polycondensation with certain monomers. The polyamide epoxy glue is also studied and glues with hiCher heat resistance on the basis of methylol polyamide resins are beine produced. There are 9 tables and 11 Soviet references. Card 3/3 S11 91J60/000/01 1/oi 4/oi 6 B01 3/3054 AUTHOM Yermolina, A. V., Rodivilova, L. A., Vlasova, K. N., Igonin, L. A. TITLE: X-Ray Investigation of the Degree of Order of Methyl Poly- amide Resins PERIODICAL: Plasticheskiye massy, 1960, No. 11, PP- 58-59 TEXT: The authors studied the change of the degree of order of methyl polyamide materials depending on the concentration of methylol groups and of the side radical, as well as during the process of setting. They used products of joint condensation of E-caprolactam and AG salts which, on treatment with paraformaldehyde in various alkaline media, form chains of the type "(C'2)n-N---CO(CH2)m'o--' '_N_ . The X-ray structural CH2 OH CH20R analysis was made on a YPC-50-14 (URS-50-I) Apparatus. The intensity dis- tribution curve for the initial polyamide (Fig. 1) is distinguished by three distinct maxima. One of them shows a strong, the two others a weak Card 1/2 X-Ray Investigation of the Degree of Order of S/191/60/000/011/014/016 Methyl Polyamide Resins B013/BO54 intensity. On introduction of methylol groups, the X-ray pattern of the polyamide resin changes considerably. On introduction of methylol and methoxyl side groups, the order of the polymeric system changes (Fig. 2), By an increase in the number of methylol groups introduced into the polymeric chain from 2.23 to 6.1~, the degree of order changes with main- tenance of the mean intermolecular distances of 4.37 A. On an enlargement of the alkyl radical introduced, from the methoxy-ethyl to the methoxy- butyl radical, the intermolecular distances change from 4.37 A to 4.41 A. Further enlargement of the alkyl radical effects no great change of dif- fraction patterns (Fig. 3). By introduction of aromatic (methoxy benzyl) and cyclic (methoxy furyl) radicals, the degree of order of the corres- ponding methylol polyamides decreases considerably (Fig- 3, curves 6 and 7~ Irrespective of the nature and size of side radicals, the intermolecular distances are shortened from 4-41 A to 4.2 A due to hardening. This sug- gests that in all cases methylene cross bonds are formed between the poly- amide chains. There are 4 figures and 4 Soviet references. Card 2/2 S/191/60/000/007/006/015 I B004/BO56 AUTHORSs Rayburd, S. M., Rodiviloval L. A., Vlas S-4badash, A. N., Igonin, A. A. 2~~~ TITLE. Investigation of the Hardening Process of Methylol Polyamide Resins PERIODICAL.- Plasticheskiye massy, 1960, No. 7, pp. 20 - 22 TEXT2 In Ref. 2,the authors supposed that the hardening of methylol polyamides takes place by the formation of other crosb links (CH 2-0-CH 2) or methylene cross links (N-NH 2- N), The presont paper gives a report on the spectral-analytical investigation of the hardening process. The following substances were u8edt polyamide resin of the type 54/10 (mol/ecular weight 25,000) obtaiped by polyconde~ption of caprolactam with AP-"(AG-) salt, further 117TW-206(MPL-20) and AMV-kAMP) methylol polyamides he type jr~3 -2/104PFE-2/ 10 , obtained 6-y-Mr-e-Ument of polyamide resin 54/10 with paraform n ethanol or benzyl alcohol, Structure, content of methylol and methoxyl groups, and solubility are given in a table. Card 1/2 851)43 Investigation of the Hardening Process of S/191/60/000/007/006/0115-1 Methylol Polyamide Resins B004/BO56 Figs. 1,2 show the infrared spectra within the range 2800 - 3300 cm-I and 1000 -- 1300 cm-1before and after hardening (30.hours heating to 15000 of the resins, which were recorded by means of a WKC-11 (:EKS-11) recording spectrometer. The absorption bands are discussed. After 30 hours of hardening, the IR-spectra of the various resins were rather similar to one another. The bands of the methylol- and ether groups (1000 - 1100 cm'*1) i vanished during heating; no bands characteristic of the CH 2- O-CH2 groups occurred. Therefore, cross linking took place by the formation of methylene bonds, The authors mention a paper by D. N. Shigorin, There are 2 figures, 1 table, and 6 referencesa 5 Soviet and 1 US~ Card 2/2 83414 911601000100610061015 ~'u 3,2. B004/BO54 AUTHORS: Rodivilova, L. A., Batalova, L. G., Vlasova, K. K., Kanavets, I. F. TITLE: Influence of Length and Type of the Alcohol Side Radical on the Structural and Mechanical Properties of Methylol Polyamides PERIODICAL: Plasticheskiye massy, 1960, No. 6, pp~ 14 - 19 TEXT: The authors refer to peevious papers (Refs. 11215) in which they "uj':n1 'Iby meIasuring the structural and mechanical studied polycondensati characteristics of commercial methylol pol.yamides.lThe structure of these compounds was as follows; ...-HN(CH COTtCH-')_C0xH(CH 2)n 2 2)nNCO-"' 9H20H 6H20C2H5 The present paper deals with the influence of alcohols, in the medium of which the polycondensation takes place, and whose radicals are introduced as a side chain into the polymer. Further, the authors studied the harden- ing process under the action of high temperaturesg and the change in S/I Card 1/3 834314 Influence of Length and Type of the Alcohol 8/191/60/000/006/006/015 Side Radical on the Structural and B004/BO54 Mechanical Properties of Methylol Polyamides mechanical properties by different hardening agents. Fig. 1 indicates the experimental data (deformation as a function of stress),~or poly- amide films of the ty~~e 5 ,~~4/109 and methylol polyamide films of the n typeirf3-2/10 (PFE-2/10 J. Both substances contain a arystaliine phase. Hardening changes the p operties of PFE-2/10 and increases its tensile strength (Pic. 2). The strength of methylol polyamides, in which the ethyl group of the side chain was substituted by CH 31 C3HV CH 2(11 6H V C4H91 or CH 2CH.CH,; decreased with increasing chain length of the radical, even more so in the case of substitution by all 1- or benzyl - 3). After hardening by heating to 125 _ in the radicals (Fig 130 presence of acid catalysts (oxalic acid, maleic acid, etc.), however, the films of differently substituted methylol polyamides showed only slight differences in their mechanical properties (Fig. 5)- While in unhardened films the modulus of elasticity and the strength if long alcohol molecules were introduced, these character3.stdcs in- creased after hardening (Fig. 4), Fig. 6 shows the influence of tem- perature on MC-1 S-1) polyester film, Fig. 7 the influence on Card 2/3 83414 Influence of Length and Type of the Alcohol S/191J60/000/006/006/015 Side Radical on the Structural and B004/BO54 Mechanical Properties of Methylol Polyamides PPE-2/10 film. Fig. 8 represents the logarithat of the elasticity modulus as a function of 1/T. The identical course of the straight line in NPS-1 and PPE-2/10 suggests the same nature of the intermolecular bond. Fig. 9 shows the influence of different hardening agents (benzoyl per- oxide, styrene). The introduction of methyl side radicals weakens the hydrogen bond between the macromolecules of the polyamide. The intro- duction of-radicals larger than CH3 loosens the structure even more. The properties of the polymer can be modified not only by different side'radicale but also by the type of hardening agent and other high- molecular compounds, At temperatures above 80 C, the thermal activation energy is 1.14 kcal/mole, which suggests the dispersive character of the bonding forces in the resin. The authors mention papera by P. P. Kobeko Hof. 6) and V. A. Kargin, G. A. Slonimskiy, A. 1. Kitaygorodskiy Ref- 7). There are 9 figures and 7 Soviet references. Card 3/3 VLASOVA, K N . land. teldm.nauk; MSOVA, L.A., inzh. OP.aracteristics of polyamides as materials for machine con- ruction, Vestomash. 40 no.4:33-39 AP '60- (MIR& 13t6) (Machinery--Construction) (Polyamides) FARNIMA, O.V.; TKACHPbNKO, A.I.; RODIVILOVA, L.A.; BATMOV, K.P.; VUSOVA, K.H. Uso of polyamide gl"s for asikiqmbling parts of shom uppers. Kozh.-obuv. prom. no.8:17-20 Ag 159. (MIRA 13:1) (Shoo manufacture) RODIVILOVA, L.A. Metbylol polvamide adheeivese Plastemassy n0.2;19-23 6o. (XIRA 13:6) (Adhesives) (rovamldes) (Formaldebyde) 66565 0-1 8].-5'J-15-55450" Tran.,; lat! cr, frim:- liefor-ILIvriyy 1~hlmiya, 1959, Nr 15, 1) 495 (US,311," AUTHOR&:~ VLasova, X.N., Bodivilova, L.A. TI91-ve The Metbylolpolyamide Glue FFE-2/10, PERIODICAL: Vestn. tekhn. I nkon. inform.-Mezhotrasl. labor, tekhn.-elzon, issled. I nauchno-tekhn. inform. N.-i. fiz.-khim. in-ta im. L.Ya. Karpova, IF)53, Nr 5 (10), Pp 21 - P4 AMTRACT The methylolpalyamide Slue.of:type-PFE-2/lG.(I) (25-30% UIcahol-;-.,ater solution of polyamide re~sin trgated by form;~lclehydc) with a glue Viscosity of 20 - 60 poise retains the positive properties-of polyam Iide resins, -has a good adhesion to many materials and is used 'for gluing at 200C creased temperatures. It can be uscd in the aviation, machine, building, leather-footwear, printing, food an(I other Industrlo3. It can be used for strengthening artificial leather and low-quality natural leather as well as low-quality types of paper. On the base of meth y1olpolyamide resin and fillera (glass and caprone fabric),laminated plastics are obtained by the method of vacuum molding. It Is recommended for the Card i /2 producLion of polishing material used in the production of ball boaringf'. 66565 The Glue PFF-;--,/l,J It-has b'een noted cha-L I In' combination with 'Polyethylene gives.a mateiAal which has high elastic propevtLe2 at low temperatures, and in combination with phenolformalde-hyde vestnn ILIN:- PFE-3 is obtained -,,,,h-ich can be used f'~)r the gluing of ~Af-,ej. Z. lv-nqcva Card 212 50); 25(2) PME I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/2884 Moscow. Dcm nauchno-tekhnicheskoy propagandy imerd F.E. Dzerzhinskogo P3r,3tmassy v mashinostrayenii (Plastics in Machine Building) Moscow., Mashgiz., 1959. 236 p. Errata slip inserted. 8,000 copies printed. Sponsoring Agency:' Obshchestvo po rasprostraneniyu politicheskikh i nauchnykh znaniy RSFSR. Ed. (Title page):. V.K. ZP-Vgorodniy; Ed. (Inside book): B.M. Notkin, Engineer; Ed. of Publishing Housie: -G.M. Konovalov, Tech. Ed.: A. F. Uvarova; Managing Ed. for Literature on Machine Building and Instr=ent Making (Mashgiz): N.V. Pokrovskiy, Engineer. PURPOSE: This c6llection of articles is intended*for engineers and technicians in the machine-building industry. COVERAGE: This collection reviews the progress made by the Soviet Union in the fio,-ld of manufacturing new ]plastic materials and fabricating different plastic - Card 1/4 Plastics in Machine Building sov/2884 material articles for use in the, machine-building industry. F4ysiccmech-l cal and dielectric properties of phenolite, decorrosite, fluoroplastics, epoxy resins, polyamides, laminated plastics, and fiberglass plastics are analyzed afid their use in machine buil4ng described. Characteristics and composition of ad1hesives and bonding agents are given and the technology of the pressing process described. Methods of coating with plastics as a protection against corrosion are explained, and metallization of plastics achieved by vacuum evaporation is reviewedas well as equilnent used for manufacturing and fabricatink plastics and artiules made of plastics. Mechanization of certain operations and autcmatic control of various processes are discussed. No personalities are mentioned. Refferences acccmpany individual articles-. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Garbar, and A.N. Levin. Nev Plastic Materials in Mac.hine Building 3 Rab,its., S.M. Highly Resistant Materials of the FPK Type 14 Vlasaval K N.,k and M.K. Matskevich. Polyamide Resins ~9 Gorbunov, V.N. Laminated Plastics With Fiberglass Base and Paper Base Used as Costructi6a Kate4al 29 card 2/4 Machine Building SOV/2884 Pevzner, L.V# Phenolite and Decorrosite -- Water and Acid Resistant Plastics for Electrical Insulation 42 Mikhalev., I.I. Bonding of Metals 55 Pakhomov ?* V.I. OrganosilicDn Polymers Used in Machine Building 65 Gurariy, M.G. Technique of Pressing Themoreactive Plastic Material 71 Antoshin, Ye.V. Applying Plastic Coating by Spraying Burning Gas 83 Gracheva, B.S. New Method of ManufactuLting.Molds and Patterns Made of Epoxy Resins 91 Strelltsov, K.N. Processing Themoplastic, Sheets by Pneumatic and Va6u= Methods 99 Lapshin, V.V.,, and V.N. Grinblat. Pressure Cast of Polyamides 109 Card 3/4 Ylwtics in Machine Building POV/2884 PerepelIdn, V.P., and F.I. Skuadina. Processing Fluoroplastic - 4 117 Shapenkov, M.P. Prd~lems pf Designing Press Molds for Fabricating Articles Made of Plastic Material 128 Kagan, D.F. Yu.N ..Kazanskiy, and M.Ya. Nemlikher. Metallization of Plastics Achieved ty Aigh Vacuum Evaporation Method 136 Levin,- A.N. E4ul]pment for Fabricating Articles Made of Plastics 144 Zavgorodniy, V.K. Molding MAchines for Forming Articles From .Molding Powder 165 Zavgorodaiy, V.K. Hydraulic Presses for Processing Plastic Materidl, and Autmated,Process,Control 187 Shapiro, G.I. Neclianization and Aatamation in Mechanical Processing of Plastic Material Articles AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Tm/gnp Card 4/4 1-19-6o VLASOVAI Kira Nikolayevna; KAPUSTINA, V.S., red.; TARASOVA, V.V., [The world of science fantasy in a physics class) Mir na- uchnoi fantastiki na. urokakh fiziki. Moskva., Izd-vo APN RSFSR, 1963. 140 p. (MIRA 17:3) f4 zk p i)/T/EWP(t) 'Voe p IJ;A AMMSION MR: AP404116900 qI 1,61 /0~-_ ba, /6~w _71 r-, rc AT nr q~. amIdevepoxy';and e enol resins, aad reinfordemat. ims vith platea of stain- po)wpb less steel or tlt&ni= (0-5 or 1.0 m thick), Tabullated data show that the beat Card 1/2 L 231,69-6-~ A CFS S ASSOCIATION: SUBMITTED : 00 00 SM CODE: MT NO REF SOV: 009 0=: 003 Card 2/2 iB UiSR/Cultivated Plants Fodder. M. Abs Jour : Ref Zhur Biol., no 4, i958, 15705 Author : A.L. Semenov, K.S. Vlasova Inst : ---------- Title : vie 'Lielding Capacity of Corn Varieties and Hybrids Having Different Fast Ripening Rates. (Urozhaynost' sortov i gibridov kukuruzy raznoy skorospelosti). Orig Pub ; V sb.: Kukuruza v BSSR. Minsk, AN BSSR, 1957, 83-95 Abstract The use of corn for ensilace in Bielorussia has been known since the 80's of the Nineteenth Century. At the "Ust'ye" Experimental Station in Orshanskiy Rayon, Vitebskaya Oblast' the yieldina capacity of corn varie- ties has been studied which represent diverse GToups (according to the ripening times) from the ultra quick ripening to the very late. Varieties were sown which are the most suitable for raising grain and the Card 1/2 'ism./cultivated Plants Fodder. M. Abs Jour Ref Zhur Biol.~ No 4, 1958, 15705 ser.arcte ensilaae of stalks and cobs in the milky-wa7y ri,peness staGe and varieties for GTeen stuff. Card 2/2 KALININ, S.N.; LUPINOVICH, I.S.; HOLOCHKO, I.S.; ABRARCHUK, A.P.; ALEKSEYEV, Ye.K.; ALISMIK, P.I.; AMBROSOV, A.L.; ANIMYEVA, N.M.; ANOKIIIN, A.N.; AFCHIN, M.I.; BABOSOV, M.H.; BALOBIN,V.N.; BARAIIOVSKIY, A.K.; B37, DBUO, T.T ; BELISKIY, B.B.; BOBYOVA, A.F.; 3CLISHAK071, V.P.; BUI, GAKOV, U.P:; VAGIN. A.T.; BILID7LUSH, R.T.; VILICUNSKIY, A.D.; VLASOVA X 3,;-VOYTEO, D.I.; VOLUWAV, A.G.; GABYSOV, H.F. [deceased]; -Eia~tz aAT-A , M.A.; GOREZYAD, Kh.S.; GAWSHA, I.F.; GOSTI- LOVSKAYA, M.N.; GORBTJITOVA, N.N.; GORSKIY, N.A.; GORFINIMI, Z.Sh.; GRUBILKO, N.P.; GUSAKOV, V.A.; GCJDAYKIN, A.I.; DARILOVICH, A.F.; DEKMITIYEV, V.A.; DRITISOV, Z.H.; DOROUKIN, H.A.; DUBOV, A.B.; DIJBOV~- SKIY, Yo.K.; YHVTIKliIYXV, B.Ye.; ZibUtIKOV, I.S.; ZOLIN, A.P.; 21[aWlkl- ROVICH, A.M.: ZHWIAVELI, B.N.: ZABELLO, D.A.; ZAKILUMiKO, G.D.; ZU- BETS, V.M.; IVITSKIY, A.I.; KACHURO, I.M.; KEDROV-ZIMWI, O.K.; KIDA- LINSKIY, V.A.; KIPENVARLITS, A.F.; KOVALEVSKIY, G.T.; KOVALOCRUK, P.P.; XOZHANOV, K.Ya.; KOZLOVSKIY, I.Ye.; KOCHETOVA, Z.N.; KRIVODUBSKIY, I.P.; KUDRYAVTSEV, S.Y.; KUSTOVA, A.I.; LAPPO, A.I.; LAHIONHJfKO, T.B.; LAS VICH, G.I.; MALI CIEW&UY, V.I.; KANIKO, H.F.; HARKOVETS, A.F.; H&TSEM9,Mje.; NEWMEV, A.G.; RELITSER, Ya.D.; MOISEYEV, I.G.; MUSORDr, Y.V.; MIXHIN, N.D.; NAGORSKAYA, Ye.D.; NALIBOTSKIY, S.B.; NIKCLAMA, Yii.ll.; VEDCLUGOV, I.T.; ORLOVSKIY, I.A.; ORLOVSKIY. K.P.; PANKZVICH, A.A.; PESKIN, A.L.; PROKOPOIT, P.Ye.; PUSUAREV, I.I.; RAZKYSLOVICH, I.R.; RAZLW-IOCO, A.V.; REMWA, Z.I.; RINKIS. V.A.; ROYDO, A.I.; ROGOVOY, P.P.; ROZENRLYUH, B.M.; RYZHMANOV, A.G.; RUSI- NOV, A.A.; SAVCHENKO, A.I.; SAPUNOV, V.A..; SAFROITOV, I.P.; SVIRSKIY, U.N.; 59VERMW, V.P.; SEROYEV, I.V.; SRUNOV, A.L.; SIDOREHKO, G.M.; (Contimied on next card) KALININ, S.N.---(continued) Card 2. SKOROPANOV, B.G.; MMUNICIMIX0, L.A.; SHIRNOV, T.Ye.; STAROVOYTOV, K.T. (deceased]; STFURMOV, I.G.; SUSLOV, V.P.; SMORUKOV, G.Ye.; SYUBAROV, A.Ye.; TIMOMLININ, V.D.; TISHOVICH, I.I.; TROPASUO, I.N.; TRIXUO, S.I.; TRIMA, N.K.; TUZOVA, R.Y.; TURETSKIY, R.L.; UMANSKIY, M.M.; URIYEV, I.M.; KHOTIKO, A.I.; MMOBOSTOV, S.11,; TSZ- MIANOVICH, P.V.; CIDUWAVSKIY, I.G.; CHULKOVA, Ye.I.; CHUROSOV, M.N.; SHIMPEL1. V.I.; SHIKILUAMV, N.Y.; SULYAR. A.Ya.; SHCHMOV, N.A.; YURGENS, B.A.; YUSKOVETS, M.K.; YAKOVM, B.I.; YAKERSON, S.A.; YARO- OWICH, A.A.; LUTSENKO, M.N., red.; LARIN, V., red.; XAL CHITS, G., (Measures for increasing agricultural production per 100 hectares of land on collective and stnte farms of White RussiaJ Meropriiatiia po uvelicheniiu proizvodstva sallskokhozisistvannoi produktaii na 100 gektarov zemellnykh ugodii v kolkhozakh i sovkhozakh DSSR. R6d.kolle- giia; I.S.Lupinovich i dr. Minsk, Gos.izd-vo BSSR. Red.sellkhoz. lit-ry, 1959. 601 p. (MIRA 13:4) 1. White Russia. Ministerstva sel'Bkogo khozyaystva. (White Russia--Azriculture) VIASOVA, K. S. "Early Ripening Red Clover of the Belorussian SSR and Methods for Its Improvement." Cand Agr Sci, Inst of Socialized Agriculture, Acad Sci Belorussian SSR, 11drsk, 1954. (KL, No 1, Jan 55) Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Dofended at USSR Higher Educational Institutions (13) SO$ Sum. 110. 598, 29 Jul 55 YLASOTA, K.Y., inzh.;.TIBABSM, A.I., inzh., red.; BOBROYA. Te.N.. [striving for the best industrial organization of diesel locomotive maintenance and repair; practices of the Liski Depot] T bor'be 28 industrialliuiu, kullturu remonta teplo- vozov; opyt depo Liski. Moskva, Tses.isdatellsko-poligr. ob"edinenie Y~va putei soobahcheniia, 1960. 176 p. (MIRA 14:4) (Liski--Diesel locomotives--Maintenance and repair) -VIA;OV4, _X.V., inzh. Shouldn't the transient relay switch be turned off in the noncentrolled section of the T32 diesel locomotive? Blek. i tepl. tiaga. 2 no.11:40-41 N 158. (MIRA 11*12) l.Glavnoye upravleniye lokemetivnege khozyaystva. (DiQuel locomotives--Electric equipment) VIASOVA, KJ., inzh. -11-111--_1 --- Liquid load rheostat. .11ek. i tepl. tiaga no-1:37 '57. (KIRA 12:3) (Blectric rhoobtats') I (Diesel locomotives--Zleotric equipment--Testing) 6 SOV/112-58-2-2339 Translation from; Ref erativnyy zhurnal, Elektrotekhnika, 1958, Nr 2, p 91 (USSR) AUTHOR: Vlasov TITLE: Liquid-Type Load Rheostat (Zhidkostnyy nagruzachnyy reostat) PERIODICAL, Elektr. i teplovozn. tyaga, 1956, NT 1, p 37 ABSTRACT: 'Proyekt-no-konstruktorskoye byuro'Tsentrallnogo lokomotivnogo upravleniya Ministerstva putey soubshcheniya (Design and Construction Bureau, Central Locomotive Admiaistration, Ministry of RR Transportation) has de- velope4 a new design for a liqy-ld-type load rheostat indended for the testing and twn-mg-up of the Diesel-generators of the TE 3 Diesel locomotive. The rhea- stat comprises a 3x2. 5x2. 75-m welded metal tank for water; a. set of station- :7,ry and rnaviLg elect-r-ode pla!es; verticall members, crossbeams suspending them; and a control desk. The negative electrode consists of 6 stationary iron I 6--mrn mates; the positive, of 5 similla_r movLng plates subdivided into 2 groups. One of the groups can be turzed off for testing a lower-power locomotive. Control-desk instruments can measure the voltage and current of the main and Card 112 SOY/112-58-7.-2339 Liquid-Type Load Rheostat auxiliary getieratora and battery, as well as the currents in the armature, in the self -excitation circuit, in the separate field of the exciter, and in tacho- meter generators. T. A. K. Card 212 GWSKIN, Ya.M., inzh.; VW-OYA,--L-A-L_inzh. Automatic removal of snow from switches. Avtom., telem. i sviaz' 4 no.10:16-18 0 160. (MIRA 13:10) (Railroade-Snow protectionaid removal) R?L 2.,- -2 Vianova, 71-,. F. a c s n'7. AS= non SUB =.J.ED 1 16-Tu,162 L 00 Sn GCDZ Mr tic --tEF &(,'-V ~AQ Card Country : USSR m CateGory: Cultivated Plants. Potatoes. Vegetables. Melons. -',bs Jour: F=iol., ITo 1j., 1958, No 48945 !,.ut',Ior :Festova, M.N.; Y-asova L.I. Inst o ~~e a e Cultaxation. : Sci. Res. Inst. Title - Mthods of Increasing the Early Crops of tae Noner Pervyy Variety Cabbage. Ori- Pub: 13yul. naucimo-tehhn- inforn. n.-i. in-ta ovoshchn. kh-va, 19,57, 2, 20-22. Abstract: In studying the effect of early transplanting of the pot seedlinas of Nomer Pervyy variety on the pro- duction of the Greatest yield in the early periods, the ScientiV _c Research Institute of Vegetable Cul- tivation carried out in 1951 an erperinexYc with Card 1/3 Country : USSR M Categox7: Cultivated Plants. Potatoes. VeGetables. Melons. tbs JOur: R=iOl-, 1-10 11, 1958, No 48945 two periods of seedling planting (April 2~ and may 4-5) after s:Lmultaneous periods of sowing and thinning. A dc'~.ay of 5-6 days in the transplanting of the seedlings decreased the 3rield on Ju3.y 10 by 26%. In order to obta).n an early crop under t1he conditions found in Mos-':awshaya Oblast, the sowing of Nomar Pervyy variety has to be carried out at the end of February, and the transplanting of the seedlings should be done between the end of April (on light soils) and to YaY 5 (on heavier soils). The 57-60 days seedlinGs in larj3e pots (8 x 8 cm) produced twice the connerc:Lal yield in the ear)..-i' periods in comparison with the ordinary pots (5-5 x 5.5 cm). Growing the seedlings in manure-turf pots increased Card 2/3 m-62 . I Country -. LISSR m Category: Cultivated Plants. Potatoes Vegetables. Melons. Jour: RZhDiol., No 11, J-958, No 48945 the early per.-Lod yields by about 11 times in COLI- parison with cult--'Ivation in peat-coripost pots. -- A - I - Klir4va 49 Card : 3/3 VLASOVA, L.J. (Kuznetsk) - Design and pattern making in factory laboratories. Shvein.promm. no-4t19 jI-Ag ',61. (MfIRA 14-12' ) (Clothing industry) (Costume design) VLASOVA, L.I., inzh. Needle valve for hydrators. 14asl.-zhir. prom. 27 no.11:43-44 N 161. NIRA 15:1) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy maslozhirovoy kombinat. (Oil industries-Equipment and supplies) VLASOVA, L.I., inzh. Blockage of the worm feeder and bottom blinking valve of the "Laump" pneumatic dryer. Mael.-zhir.prom. 28 no.4:43-44 Ap ,62. MRA 150) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy maelozhirovoy kombinat. (Oilseeds-Drying) (Oil industries-Equipment and supplies) VLASOVA _J~.I.,, inzh. ,-=! t" At the Dnepropetrovsk Oils and Fats Combine. Masl.-zhir.prom. 28 no.9:39-40 S 162. (KIRA 15-9) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy maslozhirovoy kombinat. (Dnepropetrovsk-Oils and fats) Ja!ASOVA, L.I., inzh4 All-Union Interplant, School for the Exchange of Advanced Practices in Production Control in Oil Industries. Masl.'- zhir.prom. 28 no.9:42 S 162,. (MIRA 15:9) (Dnepropetrovsk-Professional education) (Oil industries-Production iiantrol) VLASOVA, L.I., inzh. Mechanization of the charging of foots. Masl.-zhir. prom. 27 no-9:36 S '61. (MIRA 14:11) 1. Dnepropetrovskiy maslozhirovoy kombinat. Vneshtatnyy korrespon- dent zhurnala "Masloboyno-zhirovaya promyshlennost'll. (Dnepropetrovsk--Oil industries--Equipment and supplies) VLASOVA., LI., inzh. 011a,#nd Yats Combine of Dnepropetrovsk* Xaal.-zhir. promo 29 no.5t2-3 VT 163, (MIRA 160) (Dnepropetrovsk-Oil industries) -0. ec S' i VLASOVA, L. 11. Cand T h ' IA I Of a.Velectric porerzsuppplyrpmai:~~ i y of~ A - ~r-nspor ~.' of trolleybus trRnspor ." 1106, 1960 (Ilin of lfioier and ~jc- Ll,ybuos condRry Speoialized Eduantion RSFSR. Mos Order of Lenin Power &6iuecri% Inst (KL, 1-61,192) t y -182- ZHITSP M.Z.; TOMLYANOVICH, D.K.; VLASOVA, L.M. Experimental trolley-bus line operating on 1200 v. Sbor. nauch.rab.AM no.13:12-17 162. (MIFA 16:4) (Moscow-Trolley buses) VIASOVAt L.M. Determining the 6ptimum capacity of tro.1ley-bus substations. Sbor.nauch.rab.AKKH no.13sl05-3.18 162. (MM 16:4) (Electric substations) (Trolley buses) %SHM, T.I.; XUMYAVTSF.V, G.I.; VLASOVA, L.N. ~-~a7d-IWLand sebacyl chlorides. Study of the alk-line bydrolysis of Khim-volok. no-5:13-15 16o. (KURA 13; 12) 1. Vaesoymznyy nauchno-iosledovatellskiy institut iakuestvennogo volokna. (Adipoyl chloride) (Sebacoyl chloride) 8/183160/000/005/002/007 B00,55/13054 AUTROM Sheyng T. 1~~ Kadr s,,~tsev, G. I., Vlasov TITLEa' Study of Alkaline Hydrolyg-~a of Adip4c and Sebacic Acid Chlorides PERIODICALR Khimi-,haoklye 7oJokna, 1960, No- 5, PP- 13-15 TEXT3 la connection with +he new procedvre :>:f interfacial polycondensa-- t'.on of, organic compounds, which 'Is based on the Schotten , Baimann re- actior (Ref. Op the authors studied the kinetics of alkaline hydrolysis of adipic. and sebac.1r, acid ch;o::1dqq in benzene and cbloro benzene as solvents at d!fferent tempsratu:res. Alkaline saponification of the two acid chlorides proceeds acco:ding to the reaction schemes CIOC(CH 2)nCOC' -47 4 NaOH NaCl + NaOOC(CH 2)TI GOONa. The degree of hydrolyslis was determined from the amount olf .1ye consumed. The authors developed the following method of invest-Igating the hydrolysis of adipic and sebacic acid chlorides. The weighed portion of the acid chloride was dissolved in dry benzene or chloro benzene to a 3% solution (~o by weight). 10 ml of this solution was added from a plpittts to exactlY 40 ml of Card 1/3 Study of Alkaline Hydrolysi's Adipl-, an-d Sf! 8,zj60/OOO/OO-/G102/007 Sebacicn Acid Chlorides B005/BO54 0.445 N potash lye iindeT contlnuou3 mix[.ng. The reaclion .ressel contatning the lye had been put 115-220 mlzt bef-2-re i-i-,:) a tbexm,:stat whose temperature could be adjvated w:4.',-h an ancu7a,:7 ')!' _+0.053C. The res-ulting rea~t4ou oixture was -ontinlic-isly mixel iia 'he 7b-.,-m)9tat at constant velocity during the peri-A of Afte-r pertod, the mixing was [3top- pe-3, and the separatilon of th-~ t'.4t) 1!4uid phasits wat:, waited for, whirh dif'. not -,-ake 1:~ngqrr than 20 Sampltns i~f 10 =I ~3.-h were quickly taken from "ChA. alkallne aque.,,-;us layar, a-,Ld tl.',rat--,d w-'th 0.1 N suifurl.c a,,~id. Ph9n:;!.- phthale-in was usr-d aq ~--~E3ta had shown that u-ndel. these ccaditions the analytical srr--,v J.1d excreed 0.1-0.21%. Hydrolysis of adiplc and sebacic acid chlorides was slvdied by the above-described method at 2009 3009 and 500C. Thmee tables and a figuxe. lead fo the fol- .Lowing !z-onclusions. 1) Hydrolyiii:~ of seba.:~_,c a--,id -Aloride is much s1cweT than sapon-ificat.Icn of adipic acid chlarlde. While complete hydrolysis of adipic acid . ride at 300C -vakes 60 m-in, -hl:) setac.,',:~ acid cblorlde hydrolyzes only at 26-28% the Same t4ae. Th-~: lower saponification rate is probably due to tbe 1,.-rwer water solubillty -fC seba~-;.c. a.-.1d .-hloridq. 2) A tempera- ture .-;..ncreasi? at-,celerates hydr-.)'-ys,i sof the two acid chlorides. 3) The hydarolysis rat,.) of f-he an---'I ~hlo_rides depends, to a. CeTtain extent, on thr, f Card 2/3 Stuly cf Alkaline Hydr.:)ljqla o~' Aokptr, and S/183/60/000/005/002/007 Sebaclo Ac.?d Chlorides B005/BO54 sclvent used. Thp hydroIya.iu rza~P of adiple acid ~,.hlnrld~4 in chlo-ro benzone is high+~r than -'.n bz~rvzvlnp, protably tn dirrerr!nt, V_ctrlbution coe.C.- of adip'_~ a,'-;j chlor,fdt~, oetwe-?n thp aqueous and '1111,-_~- .2rg:..Lic phase. The aulkhors daterm.4ned th,~ ;~,Pfe,~t --- ar.-ttvati-~n enc-rgy ~~f hydrolysis of the -t-wo ac--,'d rhlcTides in the mult"4hai-3e sya+ew by deteTminirg the maximum .-reaction rat,-35 obtainsd by diffsrentiation or -the curves In a diagram showing tbe amount of hyJrolyzed substaQca as a (unctLon of time (Table 4, Fig. 0. The azti,at-ion energles of hyd_-~~17s!s of the two a-id chloTides ate almost 9qual. They are 11-500 oal/m,~ie (ad.1p.t.-, acid chloride) and '0580 oa'/mols (seba-_J.-_ SC-*d Ih_'07~de). The results i3btained confirm the 4 1 assumption that the di"ference Jra sap~)n.j. ~calioa race of the two di,~ar~- boiyli ---- acid _;-hlcr i de s investi gated i 5 mainly eluc- to the differenne in dibtributibn 3oefficlents and, rhus, n solubIlit-Jes. The present paper is the fIrs t rep'ort on -interfacial polycondensation. There are 2 ffgures, 4 tables, and 9 non-,So7iet references. ASSOCIATION3 VNIIV (All-Union Scientific Research Instit.~.,te of Synthetic Fibers) Card 313 3/183/63./0W/002/003/003 A0511A126 AUTHORS Sheyn, T.I., Oroshkina, T.S., Vlasova, L.N., Kiriyenko, I.B. TITLE: A study of enanthic fiber tensility increase PERIODICAL: Khimicheskiye volokna, no. 2, 1963, 22 24 TEXT:- --The--effect of--the-amlnoenanthic-acid quality on-the-properties of.-- cord enanthic fibeer No. 345-was investigated. Two major possibilities of enanth tensility increase were studied: improvement of the monomer quality for the production of the enanthic resin, and an increase of the resin molecular w ight. Experimental batches of aminoenanthic acid of first and improved quali- e ties, ~ produced on an experimental stand at the electrolys4Ls plan', were used for the- -investigation. -The- fiber formation-wais -accomplished. on a spinning _mill for Klin-Combi -It 0is- shown -that an-elevation-of I--- experimental produati-on -it the, ne.. -the.initial- rawmaterial - properties -leads -to an-Inarease of - fiber- tensility-- (by- LL 7'-rkm)---ahd-- of -all -the--physicommechanical --properties- as - wel-1..----..The.- tliemo- -40*C-.- It was shown that at -stability of the resin was studied at 290 and 3 340 0 and heating for 60 min, a destruction occurs of the enanthic resin having Card 1/2 S/1 83/63/000/002/003/003 A study of enanthic fiber tensility Increase A051/A126 a high molecular weight. An increase of the molecular weight of the enanthic resin-, under the existing design of the spinning b6bbins necessitates a sharp increasdof the formation temperature (up to 340 - 3509C) for resins with a spe7 cific viscosity of 0.92 - 1.10, or a change ofthe bobbin design, namely, by us- a screw conveyer type. The relation between the formation temperature and viscosity of the initial enanthic resin was.also investigated and it was seen that the use of resin having a high spepific viscosity is not recommended for fiber formation on the existing fiber-manufacturing machinery. It was shown -that the addition of NN -di- ~Pnaphthylparaphenyletnediamine thermostabilizer sharply increases the resin destruction resistance at 3 0 C. A change in the resin formation conditions,,such as the use of masticators.or new bobbins, would -the -resin -There are-5 ~tablea ~--change-,the-demands-.placed--on -ASSOCIATION: -VNIIV and Klinskiy Yombinat (KlIn Combine) -(Kiriyenko) SUE1MITTED: March 24, 1962 Card-2/2 SHEYNi T.I.; CHELITOKOVA, G.M.; VLASOVA L.N New polyamide fiber based on thiodivaleric acid and hexamethvlere- diamine. Xhim. volok. no*2;19-20 '59. (HIRA 12:9) I*.Vueso7=ny7 nauchno-iseledovatellski7 institut ishmstvennogo vol6kna I' INWS AN SSBR.. (Textile fibers, Synthetip) SHEYN, T.I.; VLASOVA, L.No Polymerization of dodecalactam. Vysd'jcm. soed. 5 no.10: 1468-1472 0 163. (MIRA 17:1) 1. Voeeoyuzrqy nauchno-iseledovatellskiy institut iskuBst- vennogo volokna. 4" SHEYN T.I.; ORESHKINA T.S.; VLASOVAYkL.N.. KIRIYENKO, I.B.; Prinimala 1 1-1 uchastiye GORYACHEVA'-U-.P., invi. Research concerning the ways to increase the strength of enant fibers. Khim.volok. no.2:22-24 163. (wRA 16:5) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut iskusstvennogo volokna (for Sheyn, Oreshkina, Vlasova). 2. Klinskiy kombinat (for K#iyenko). (Textile fibers, Synthetic) HIMYWV, N.V.; SHL-0. T.I.; CrWACHEVA, Y.O.; TOPCHIBASIUVA, V.N.; v rabote prinimsali uchastlye tekhniki-laborantyl TARIONOV, P.M.; HKINA, S. I. Investigating the molecular structure of synthetic fibers. Part 14: Physicochemical and physicomechanical properties of the polyeapramida - Polyundecanamide polyam1do group VY130kOM. soed. I no.2:185-19'0 F 159. (MIRA ;2:10) Lv68soyuzrq7 nauchno-issledovatellnkiy Institut iskutstvennogo volokna. (Textile fibers, Syntbetio) (Amidas) CHERNTAX, V.Z.; MRITZ, 0,A.; YLASOVA, L.P. Infootious hepatitis in dogs. Yeterinariia 32 no.4:59-62 Ap 155, MRA 8:5) l.Leningradskiy vaterinarnyy institut. (HEPATITIS, I M CTIOUS) (DOGS--DISEASAS) ,4;j N V7AD-OVA, L* S. Vlasova, L. S. "Investigation of the Degree of Transfer of Wilt Through the Waste of Cotton Crops and Other Organic Substances," in Results of the Work of the Station of Plant Protection of the All Union Order of Lenin Scientific-Research Institute of Cotton Production on the Study of Pests and Diseases of Cotton and Lucerne for 1939 (Auto- references and References), Publishing House of theAll Union Order of Lenin Scientific- Research Institute of Cotton Production, Tashkent, 1941, pp. 52. 461*-Ii0l, T18 So: SIELA SI - 90-53, 15 Dec. 1953 VLASOVA, L. S. "Selection of Frost-Resistant Varieties of 4ricots Using Seedlings Developed by Free Polination." Cand Biol Sci, Moscow State U, Moscow, 1953. (RZhBiol, No 5, Nov 54) Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR Higher Educational Institutions (11) SO: Sum. No.521, 2 Jun 55 VLASOVA, L. N. "The Agrotechnics of Vegetable Beans Under Moscow Oblast Conditions." Gand Agr Sci, Moscow Order of Lenin Agricultural Acad imeni K. A. Timiryazev, Moscow, 1955. (KL, No 8, Fab 55) SO: Sum. No 631, 26 Aug 55-Survey of Scientific and Technical Dissertations Defended at USSR Higher Eduimtional Institutions (14) SHEVCHENKO, M.A.; VLASOVA, L.P. Role of the anionle cc;mposition Gf water in uroces=es of adsorption and oyidative ducomLosition of humus in water. Ukr.khim.zhur. 30 no-5:530-533 164- (MIRA 18:4) 1. Institut obhchey i ne, organic lit, jkloy khimii All UkrSSR. OBUT, A.M., red.; ZA11INA, I.Ye., red.; MODZALEVSYIYA, Ye.A... red.; OVECIEU, N.K., red.; PENGARTEN, V.P.., red.; STEPANOV., D.L., red.; SUBBOTEIA, N.N., red.; OBUIT, A.M.., red.; VLASOVA., L.Y-,-- red. izd-vai GOROIQIOVA, T.A., red. izd-va; IVAITOVA, A.G., tekhn. red. (Importance of biosphere in geological processes. Problems of interrelation of paleontology and tectonics; -transactions] Znachenia biosfery v geologicheskikh protsessakh. Voproey vzaimosviazi prileontologii i tektoniki, trudy. V i VI sessii Vsesoiuznogo paloentologicheskogo obslichestva. Moskva, Gos- geoltekhizdat, 1962. 247 p. (MIRA 15:9) 1. Vsesoyuznoye paleontologicheskoye obthchestvo. (Paleontology) (Geology,, Structural) It 111 33 3d 35 16 $1 X N 40 At a Q 44 IT cis AT IS Ts A 8 C 0 f? C if X L a if 0 UN51111111TA11% V11110tv eon ot 99= sc: 00. oft fol-ill) 00 00 00 .1g6t ru *toA. 011.102un.Tj i.(j lei r 06 r"Al k 11 11r, a n it III g jg a 9 It V I a It v[ It 11 It 11 0 1 1 -044z. * 0 a 0 0, 0 0 # of* 1101011,i, 0 r1o"' Z,~p Apparatus for determining the fastness of Coloret %I 1-1-W ~ 'eblil. PPont. 7. No. 3. 41(lill7i A nA, "Ype of app. i% prapo-wd as an ia, prownient ojvrr the standaril RumLin lc~i methowl fut f4-,tnc- whieb d.tes not take acetmnt of the cifect of tsiM, Act It. Star-11.111 "ittis -4, . . V11.1SOVA, M., studentka V kurga Electric apark. treatment of current-conducting materials. I Ttudy 14IIGAIK no.42:63-69 160. (MIRA 14:9) 1. Optiko-melzhanicheskiy fakulltet Moskovskogo instituta, in- zhenerov goodezii, aerofotos"yemki i kartografii. (Electric metal cutting) VLASOVA, M., inzb. Self-heating mixtures. Stroitell no.3:30 My 161. (MIRA 14:6) (concrete) UTENKOV, V-,kand.tekhn.nauk,_VIASGVA, M..inzh. 11- - ~~ - - -t'. ~ Freezing characteristics of mortars in brickwork joints. Na atiroi.Moek. no.1:21-22 Ja '59. (MM 12:1) (Briclclaying--Cold weather conditions) (Mortars--Cold weather conditions) UTENKOV,- T., [deceased], ~mnd.tekhn.nauk; VLkSOVA, MG, inzh. Methods for conducting building operations in winter. Stroitell no. 12:15 D 160. (HIU 13:12) (Building--Cold weather conditions) MMOV, V., kand.tekhn.nauk;_~~ASOVA, M., inzh, Grouting joints of reinforced concrete elaments undir winter conditions. Iffa stroi.Mosk. I no.11:1-4 9 158. (MIRA 11:121) (Precast concrete construction--Cold weather conditions) UT2NKOV, Vladimir Fedorovich;. VLASOTA, Mariya Andreyevne; FROMI, I.M., red.; ZMOV, G.K., biv. za vypusi_;-S~~,-'R'.A-.', [Special problems in and methods for conducting building operations under winter conditions] Osobennosti i metody proizvodstva stroi- tellnykh rabot v zimnee vremia. Hoakwa, Ob-vo po rasprostranenliu polit. i nauchn.znanii RSFSR, 1959. 34 p. (Moskovskii dom nouchno- tekhnicheskoi propagandy. Peredovoi. opyt proizvodstva. Seriia: Stroitel'stvo, no.1). (MIRI 13:6) (Building--Gold weather conditions) UTWMOV, V.P,, kand. tekhn. na:6k; In2h,; UDOD, V,Ta,, red. izd-va; IAGUTIRA, I.X., tekhn. red.; BMOVM, N.K., takhn. red. [SeallnC joints in precast concrete construction under winter con- ditionsj Zadelks stykov obg"rnykh zhelezobetonxqkh konstruktsii v zimnikh usloviiakh. lfbakra, Goo. izd-vo lit-ry po stroit., arkhit. i stroit. materialam, 1958. 60 p. (MM llr7) (Precast concrete construction.-Cold weather conditfons) /, --- _,- 7 ~, _ ! ' _ i , _.- ~ , _. 1-1 - '-"'~=OV, V., kand.tekhn.nauk; VLASOVA, M., inzh. Concrete and reinforced concrete work in the winter. Stroitell no.9-.12-14 S 157. (KIRA 10:12) (Concrete construction) (Reinforced concrete construction) V !_ I ! Z_-`I"ir T- ;.I f UTENKOV, V.P., kand.tekhn.nauk; VLASOVA, M.A., inzh. Sealing the construction joints of precast reinforced concrete components under winter conditions. Stroi.prom. 35 no-9:5-10 s 157. (MIRA 10:10) (Precast concrete construction-Cold weather conditions) VL,ALCVA, Ohemioal AbBt. Vol, 48 No. 8 Apr. 25, 1954 Fates Fatty 011st Waxeag and i)atergentS CompleX utUftation of Cott M ... A ~n 1, obta .4 the film. tedals f ut tar - B-A&K61 and 7='=7'."Ya'P'rdM. Is, No. 11, .140-. Mim.7welghed amt. Of fatty telds from refined cottonseed on ~ added to a satd. sofa. of urea In MOR engen's method), Stirred foi 30 miti., and then settled for P4 hn. The sediment removed by filtration Is washed thoroughly with both RtOH and hot d1std. water, and treated with NaCl to break the emulsion. The sofa. of un- pptd. adds Is evapd. on a water bath, and the residue Is treated with hot water and NaCl. The I to. of the pptd. and unp1d. ackla was 244-62A and 1202-144.1, resp. It was con uded that this metLol can be used to prep. solid and highly unsatd. liquid fractions of fatty adds for the mantd. of soaps and filra-formlaff materials. V. N. K. BOYDARI, Te.P.. inzh.;-UAWTA,_M.&,_inzh.; KALININ, B.P., inzh.; KOPP, L.H., inzh.; SCKCLOVA, A.D., kand.tekhn.neukj TSEGZLISKIT, V.L.,.inzh.; UTMTKOV. T.F., Imnd.tekhn.nauk [deceased]; BWDANOT, S.I., inzh., nauchnyy red.; TRUBIN, V.A., glavnyy red.; SOSHIH. A.V.. zam.glavnogo red.; GRINEVICH, G.P., red.; TOPIFANOV, S.P., red.; ONUFRITET, I.A., red.; KHOULOV, B.A., red.; WIN, P.A., red.; 113UMSOVA, I.P., red.izd-va; GOLIBMG. T.M.,; ELIKINA, N.M., [Handbook for the erection of reinforced-concrete elements of Industrial buildings) Sprevochnik po montszhu zhelezobotvnz4kh konstruktaii provVshlennykh zdanii. Pod red. B.P.Kalinina. Moskva, Goo.izd-vo lit-ry po stroit., arkhit. I stroit.materialam, 1960. 315 P. (MIRA 14:3) 1. Moscov. Gosudarstvennyy institut po proyektirovaniya Btallnykh konatruktoiy. (Reinforced concrete construction) L 24489-66 E1dT(M)/~WP(J--)/T "ETC(m)-6 14P(c) WW/RH ACC NR: AP6 984-"" SOURCE CODEt URI()190/66/008/002/0302/0307.' (4)' AUTHORS: Smimova, 0. V. Kolesnikov, G. S.; Vlasova, M. A.; Lednevay Oo A.- -W4, ORG: Moscow Institute of Chemical Technology im. D. 1. Mei,-deleyev (Moskovskiy khimiko-tekhnologicheakiy institut) TITLE: Synthesis and study of the properties of polyurethane carbonat sed on 4--Z2-(3-methyl-4-hydroxyphenyl)isopropyl7-2-mathylpheny1 ester of hexamethylene dicarbamio acid and phosgene SOURCE- Vysokomoleku-lyarnyye soyedineniyal Y. 8, no. 2, 1966t 302-307 TOPIC TAGS-. organic synthetic process, polycarbonate plastic, thermomechanical Property/ PKU-2 polyurethane Plastic' ABSTRACT- Synthesis and properties of POIZEethane carbonate PKU-2 W based on 4--Z2-(3-metkvl-4-hydroxyphenvl)iso ropyl7-2-methyl ester of hexamethylene dicarbamic acid (II) and phosgene MI)-are described. Tito material, having a molecular weight of.20 000 and an elementary unit represented by the formula Card 1/3 UDC, 541-64+6 L 24489-66 ACC Iffit AP6006984 31 CHV* CHI CHI Clio CHI 0- 0'r-c- --C-0 01 N-~Cffs)IN 6j -(r'LO-C~ %..- 0 10' was of interest akVit was expected to coF);ine the excellent mechanical properties of polyearbonatesFwith higher eLasticity%nd alkali resistance. Compound II has been synthesiz for the first time, by reacting 2,2-di-(3-methyl-4-bydroxvphenyl)- propane with hexamethylene diisocyanate. I was prepared.ty interphase polyconden-- sation in suspension. Study of the yield and viscosity of' the product as functions, of the reaction conditions is summarized graphically. Optimal concentration of 0.2 mol/l. Phosgenation repeated three times in :.reagents was found to be .,creased the yield from 15 to 45%- Comparison of the thermanechanical ]2ropertie of I with those of homopolycarbonate is illustrated in Fig. 1. The product was resistant to eikaline hydrolysis and to organic solvents. i Clkra 2.4489-66 ACC NR:. AP6006964 UTENKOVt.V.F.j, kand.tekhn.nauk; BOGA'IYREV, I.I.; GORDUOKO, N.A., naucbMy sotr., inzh.; VLASOVA. N.A~. nauchnyy sotr., inzb.; KOVAIEVSKI7, P.I., naui&i~T_ sotr., inzh.; FJMk, V.I., nauchrqy sotr., :Lnzh.,- BEREZOVSKIY, B.I., naudhrWy Botr., inzh.; Prininal uchast:~ye POLOZOVArA. N.K., tekhnik; UDOD, V.Ya., red. izd-va; SUALTTNEVA, N.V.p tekhn. red. [Handbook on winter construction work] Spravochnoe posobie po stroiteltrqm rabotam v zimnee vremia. Moskva, Gosstroi- izdat, 1961. 213 p. (MIRA 15:7) 1. Akademiya stroitellstva i arkbitektury SSSR. Jmntitut or- ganizatsii, mekhanizataii i tekhnicheskoy pomoshchi stroitell- stvu. (Building--Cold weather conditions) VLL90VA Mo Some hidtochemical characteristics of the fertilization process in interspecifie hybridization of cotton. TSi- tologila no.12 94-97 Ja-V63. 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(CHOLESTEROL) (ASCORBIC ACID) (MAGADAN FROVVCE-BLOOD-ANALYSIS AND C11EMISTRY) 0 a 0 0 0 'a 9AGCOMPOWAILAN spool Tw- oar *On oo* ago get 0 Olt **a 002 G*" *4EM? oo= '04", 1000 001-1 0 0 0 : 0. 0.1: C. 0 4. 4. - 0 a TS wivosin w a % v see 00 go 00 Ogg U1 pMa&VI UO 41VA SWIMADO! t"I avol 'S 00 md uoo" -vq .dxmpv 10 alai 041 pum ucqidjOwjw DOM d 0 Apo 911114 Pu aU -liusil"I't AQ Palwlnp* lis UvTppv 01 pa)wl- M "%4X)%Pv a o p jvpMW aqj j a go j0 samA 3q, lwql umoqs S, 11 -%umM pai pue vlogod -uinutuaqa Aq isr4d" pus aiv;jum 13 jo %MldJK)MPV ago aqi no,sidia- jo a*- I PalmV403 &JMP.v vl-Z= '69 ('11 'S *9 11) "PIOPId -W 'Y4 p9m A02au"d 'i's 'PS mp Iq 9?opw ja aDpd-qy its - 0 oily awyagg teadiFw, -OWT 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 * * 0 0 o 0 * * KUYM P V.G.; VLASOVA, M.N. Content of cholesterol in the blood serum and in the diurnal food ration of the aboriginal population of the Far North. Vop. pit. 21 no,6:33-36 11-D '69-8 (MIRA 117:5'/' 1. Iz Magadanskoy oblastnoy bollnitsy (zav. V.3. Chernikova) i in kafedry propedevtiki vnutrennikh bolezney (zav. - doystv.!Lelln~y chlen P14N SSSR prof. V.Kh. Va5llenko) I Moskovskago vieditsinskefro instituta imeni Sechenova. SHREYDETI, M N kaxid.tekhn.nauk; FEDYUKOV, M.F., kwW.tekhn.naul-.; ~IAIIIVA_, M.i.:'inzh. Testing of the ML-2,8 flax thresher. Trakt. i sellkhozmash. 32 no-5:18-20 My 162. (MIRA 15:5) (Flax processing machinery) KUM$ V.G.; VLASOVA, MaN. r,'ontent of vitamin C In the blocd plasm and in C;-,z;a fc;od products consumed by the native population of the Far North. Vop. pit. 22 no,386!,-67 My-A 163. (MIPA 17:8) 1z kafedry propediwticheakoy tzrat%li (zav. - d-3yqtv1fe11nyy -A'Ien AMN SSSR prof. V.Kh. WitillenkON I Moakuvakrgo ordiria Lenina meditsinakogo inatituta Imeni I.M. Seebenova I Maga- danskoy oblastnoy bollnitay. NICHIPOROVICHO A.A~j VLASOVAq M.P. Formation and efficien7 of the photosynthetizing apparatus in different cultivated plants during the gioVing season. Fioiol. rast. 8 no,ltl9- 28 161. 1- . 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Nement 26 no.2.,22-26 xr-ap 16o. (MIR& 13:6) (Cement clinkers) (Antoolaves) XRAVCHMO. I-V-, kand.tekhn.nauk, YWOV49 K.2., inzh. Technological parameters of making cements of 700 and 8W grades- Trudy NII2Sement no*13168-79 160o KIRA 13:13.) (cement) KUVCHI.Nxo.s I.V., kand.tekhn.aauk ; VIASOVAY M,T.. inzh. Structure of cement brick as a result of accelerated steaming. flauch. OooVIITSementa no.8tl3-18 160. (MIRA 14:5) (cement) DANYUSHEVSKAYA, Z.L., kand.takhnonauk; VLASOVA, M.T., inzh.; GERASIMOVA, G.P., inzh. Study of the characteristics of packing cements. Nauch.soob. NIITSementa no.7:11-20 160. (MIR& ]J+:5) (Cement) (Oil well cementing) - --------- L 05895-67 ACC NRt AR6031251 (4) SOURCE COED: UR/0081/66/000/011/MO26/M026 AUTHOR: Kravchenko, I. V. ; Vlasova, M. _ T.,;. Yudovich, B. E. ; f~r khtin, G. S. Kirillov, Yu. D.; Turkof, -I. M., Shorokh, L. N.; Bj~ qachuk, A. V. TITLE; The production of a quick-hardening cement at a Zdolbunoy Cement-Slate Plant \4 ;2- SOURCE: Ref. zh. Ehimiya, Part II, Abs. 11M192 REF SOURCE: Nauchn. soobshch. Gos, Vs es, n. -i. in-t tsem entn. -RE ~MSLIIL no. 20(51), 1965, 36-41 TOPIC TAGS: cement, quick hardening cement/ZdolbunoArskiy Cement Slate Plant ABSTRACT: A technology was developed for manufacturing very quick-hardening cement with a hardening strength of 300 kg/cm2 after one day, 450 kg/cm2 after three days, and 700 kg/cm2 after 28 days. At the Zdolbunov Cement-Slate Plant the base mixture is made from hard chalk, clay, -and loams, containing a consider- able quantity of large-crystal quartz; calcining was conducted in rotating furnaces, 118 and 170 m long. The physicochemical properties of the base components were studied, and the effect of the following factors on the cement strength was analyzed: Card' 1/2 67 CC NR, AR6031251 the type of fuel, the method of grinding the clinker, and the reactivity of the components. The reactivity of the base mixtures was found to be low, since 30-- 45% SiO 2 waq present in the form of quartz particles larger than 15/z. The cross- sectional view of the manufactured slurry showed large quartz crystals,