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24168 S/03 61/054/001/001/003 Linear methods of the approximation ... C111YC222 S.B.Stechkin, G.Ye. Shilov and N.K. Bari. There are 17 Soviet-bloc and 6 non-Soviet-bloc references. The reference to the English-language publication reads as follows D. Jackson, The theory of approximation, New York, 1930- SUBMITTEDt July 2, 1959 Card 17/17 YEFIMOV A*V* Su=ation of orthogonal Beries by Valle'*e Pouimin averages. Izv. AN SSSR. Ser. mat. O~ no.4s831-842 Jl-Ag 163. (KMA 16:8) (Series, Orthogonal) YEFIMOV, A.V. Orthogonal series not w=mble by linear methods. DoVI. MI SSSR 152 no.101-34 S 163. (YURA 16:9) 1. Predstavleno akademikom P.S.Novikovym. (Series, Orthogonal) Otkrytiya Aneriki so storony Azii." report submitted for 7th Intl Cong, Anthropological & Ethnological Sciences, Moscow; 3-10 Aug 64. ACC NRI A127007051 SOURCE CODE: UR/0038/66/030/005/1163/1178 YEFIMOV A. V., Moscow Forestry Institute (Poskovaldy to ~-oc inatitut) "Optimal Approximations of Classes of Periodic Functions by Means of Trigono- i metric Polynomials" Moscow, Izvesttya'0nd. Nauk SSSR, Ser. Matematichaskays (News of the Academy of Sciences USSR: Mathematics SerIes)0*Vol 309 No 51 19669 pp 1163-1178 TOPIC TAGS: polynomial, Banach space ABSTRACT: The article establishes the lower bounds of the optimal approximations of classes of functions from.a Banach space that is invariant with respect to the displacement; this Is accomplished by means of trigonometric 0olynomiaLs, In addition, asymptotic relation's are presentedulth respect t6 the upper bounds of -the-norms of coo nx- and sin nx-symmtric functions belonging to certain classes wi~hin'~he metrics'of various spaces&- Orig. art. has: 29 formulas. CJPRS: 39,16581 SUB 00DE: 12 Card YEFIMOV, A.V. On a certain class of linear spaces. Nauch. zap. Od. peed. inst. 25 no.2:10-16 161. Proof of the existence of an integral of a continuous function. Ibid.:53-55 (MIRA 18:2) i 7 GONIONSKIY, S.A., otv. red.; GRIGUIEVICII, I.R., red.; YETI~gy,, red.;'GOR14OV, M.F., red.; RUDENKO, V.T.., red. [Chile; its politicsp econonW, culture] Chili; politika, ekonomikap kulltura. Moskva, Naukap'1965. 353 P. (mIRA 3.8:9) 1, Akademiya nauk SSSR. Institut Latinskoy Ameriki, oa~ ft PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION Sov/6i76 Konobeyevskiy, S. T:, Corresponding Member, Academy or Science USSR, Reap. Deystviye Yode=ykh izlucheniv re. materialy (The Effect or Nuclear Radiation on Materials). Moscow, Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1962.. 383 P. Errata slip Inserted. 4000 oopies*pAnted.. Sponsoring Agency: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Otdeleniye tekhni- cheskikh -nauk; - Otd"'-onllye fiziko-matematicheskikh nauk. .Reap. Ed.. S. T. Konobeyevskiy; Deputy Reap. Nd.~ a. A. Adasinskly; Editorial Board:, P. L. Gruzin G. V. Xurdyumov~ B. M. Levitakiy, V. 3; Lyashenko (Dece&sedj,,iu.,A. Martynyuk, Yu. X.-Pokrovski 'and N.*F. Fravdyiik; Ed. of Publishing H6uset M. 0. Makarenko;.Teoh. Was ~T. V. Polyltkova and 1. N. Dorokhin&*, Card 1/14 The Effect of Nuclear Radiation (cont.) SOV/6176 PURPOSM This book Is intended for personnel concerned with nuclear materials. COVERAGE: This is a collection of papers presented at the Moscow Conference on the Effect of Nuclear Radiation on Materials, held December 6-10, 1960. The material reflects certain trends in the work being conducted in the Soviet scientific research orginization. Some of the-papere are devoted to the experimental study of the effect of neutron .,irradiation on reaotor'materials (steel, ferrous alloys, Others deal molybdenum, avia3,graphite, and nichrom( with the theory of neutron Irradiation effeots.(physico-, chemical transformations, rolwtation of Internal stresSes, internal friction) and.-changes In'the structure and proper-; ties of various crystals. Special attention Is given to the effect of intense- Y-radlation on the electrical, magnetic, and optical properties of motals$ dielectrics, ands semiconductors. card 2/14 The Effect of nuclear Radiation (Cont.) BOV16176 Pravdyuk N A, D. Amayev, P. A. Platonov, V. N. Kuznetsov, N, ov andQV. 1!,.,(Kly~anot Effect of Neutron Irradiation on the Propeetl-es-zr-C structional Vaterials 34 str The article presents results'of investigations conducted In the hot laboratory at the Atomic Energy Institute I) ieni I.V. Kurebatov, Academy of Sciences USSR. Amayev, A. D., A..emVam7ALUa&vj P. A. Platonov, N. F. Pravdyuk, iazov, and A Effect of Neutron'lrradia- A.J TI-56--on Mechanica'f-frroperties of Heat-Resistant Steele of the FerrIte-Perlite Type and Their Welded Joints 58 The specimens were irradiated by a neutron f;ux of 6 6 101 a n/CM0 in.the BFT Iteactcjr at-the Atomic Energy.Inatitute, Academy of Sciences.USSR. Yefimov, A. V., O_A._K2E~evnIk V. A, 1 vp N. F. _Ukq _&yL Provdyuk, L' A. Razov,, and A. M, Xhle-bnUcov. Rffoat of Neutron Irradiation on Mechanical Properties of, AuStenitio Stainless Steele of-Various Strengths 68 Card. 5/14' YZ F I'd'I 61 V Call Nr: AF 1150117 AUTHOR: Yefimov, A.Ya. TITLE: Printed Circuits In the Radio Industry (Pechatnyye skhemy v radiopromy~hlennosti) PUB. DATA: Ministerstvo radiotekhnicheskoy promyshlennosti SSSR, Tsentrallnoye byuro nauchnotekhnicheskoy informatsii, Moscow, 1957, 21 PP., 3000 copies AGENCY: Voesoyuznaya promyshlennaya vystavka EDITOR: Mozhzhevelova, G.B.; Technical Editor: Ivanyan, K.N. PURPOSE: ~he brochure aims at prese'hting in a popular form the possibilities 9f wide application.of this new production technique in Soviet industry. The brochure was prepared in connection with the All-Union Industrial Exhibition. COVERAGE: The brochure presents a description of the methods of produciion, the materials used and the applications of printed circuits. Two methods have found application in Soviet industry: a) the electrochemical method; b) the method of foil etching (p. 4). No personalities or references are,given. Card 1/2 Call Nr: AF 1150117 Printed Circuits in the Radio Industry (cont) TABLE OF CONTENTS Page Materials for printed circuits 4-6 rocr 2718-54 and -56 are applied,- 61 -4 type of glues and M-7 type of varni'shes are used Application of the circuit pattorn 6-8 Fig. 1, P. 7 presents a detailed photograph of the flat-printing offset machine used in the process Preparation of printed circuits by the method of foil etching 8-11 Fig. 2, p. 10 presents the picklin ,g drum. The pickling solution used is according to 77Y MX77 2113-49 Preparation of printed circuits by the electrochemical method 11-14 rocr 3584-53 is mentioned Applications of printed circuits 14-21 Figs. 4 to 12 show different applications of the printed circuits. A table on p. 15 gives specifications of printed inductance coils illustrated in Fig. 9, p. 18. AVAILABLE: Library of Congress Card 2/2 Yl 71.IYOVP A.Y~E. (Associate, T nSt. of Ferma-Frost Studies) "The Behavior of Supra-Frozen Waters V, ithin the Bounds of -7-~ui ldincs, " a d.4 sser- tation successf ul-ly defended for Vhe de,,ree of Cand of Geological-Y-1- emlloFical Sci- C~l ences at the Moscow Geological Ecoloration Institute on 3 july 1946. Vestnik AS USSR 8/9) 1946 A-yn-e Cii-,MINAK. Ye.N.. kandidst tekhnic,~oskiVJ. nauk.- nauchuyy redaktor - GRIBBERG, S.R. , rectaku or; takhnicheskiy rw1ektor blanufacturing hollow ceramic tiles; practice* of thi brickworks] Proizvodetv,) Pustotelykh keramichoWtikb t Cheremushkinskogo kirp*,o',.,,irj,!o zavoda. Mookvig, Goe.170-v,,) llt-r~ po atroit. meterialam, 1956. 47 -p. 110:10) (Hollow tiles) Wimoyl- - " 111 Automatic device for.controlling the te"rature In the central channel of the drier. Stek. I ker. 14 no.5:28 W '57-00U- los6) (Brickmeldng-Drying) 4atomatic control) YEFDIOV~ A. Ye. YEFIMI/p A. Ye., Prof., (hsk Veterimry Inst., is mentioned as halring rtudied thp, structure of now horns of spotted deer for extraction of base for "PantokrIn," a form of tonic. SO: Nauka i Zhiznl No. 3, 1952, Unclass irr Country : tBER Category : Diseases of Farm Aniiwils, Diseases Caused b,r Bacteria F",-i. Abs. Jour Ref Zkmr-Biol., 2;0 21, IOW5637 9-0975 Author I-refimov A Ye, Institut. of Veterinary Sciences, Titlo Chaages of Iregetative Ganglions in Bovine Paratifbercular Enteritis. OriG Pub. T-L. Omskogo vet. in-ta, 11957p 15, 43-52 Abstract It is hoted here the in bovine paratubercullar enteritis the vegetative nervous system is sub Jected to destructive changes of,nerve elements r~s well as of t1he ti3sue-vas U sYstem a?id,glia Changes of gangliar cells are characterized by dystrophic-necrobiotic processes and "irrita- tion phenamenall. Morphologically, these cha12- ges manifest themselves by svellingg vacuoliza 4. JO 0 n,of neuroplasmal chromatolysis of _77issl bodies, fibrillolysis of t,'Lc-- niurof ib-. ill ar Card: Country USSR Category Diseases of "oarm U Diseases CaUsed b.'1 Abs, Jour Raf Zhur-Biol.$ No 211 19.i81 96975 Author Institut. Title Orig Pub. -he nucleuc Abstract apparatus2 pyknosis karyolysis of I and decay of the ~3ire cell. Changeus oZO nerv( fibers are manifested by hardening, swelling, the appearance of varicose bulges vacuoliza- tioa fra-mentatiozi,'granular disintegrattion and fusion of nerve fibers. Changes of the capsular apparatus of nerve cells are manife- sted by proliferation of the connective tissu( cells and satellites and -',,ho development of argophilic and gelatinous fibers which result! in a thickening of the capsulg, rhereby the Card: 2/3 [Country USSR Catogory Diseases Diseases Abs. Jour Ref Zhu---Biol,, Author Institut. Title of Farm Animals. Caused by Bacteril- and Fungi, E-0 21, 19581 96975 Orig, Pub. Abatract satellites arrange themselves in 2-3 layers. At the site of perished cells the satellites form vestigial nodules. The changes of nerve elements described above are no" specific for this particular disease as the some changes are also observed in oUer diseases of farm =iwas, Froya th,--,- authorts summary. jCard: 3/3 Mal YefLmov, A. Z. "On the detnction of Gnat'.,ostcma SpInigorum (0,..,en, 1-336) in the Sbornik robot po -,ellaintologgii (Vsesoruz, in-to gellrintoloAl i.,l. ak d. Skryabina), Iloscow, 1948, P. 109-14. SO; U-3042, 11 Parch 53, (Letcpis Inylkh, Statcy, No. 10, 19/,9). USHAKOVA, M.T.; YEFIMOV, A.~~ KOZLOVA, Ye.D.; VINOGRADOVA, D.A. Studying the biological activity of different vitamin 13,-, preparations. Vit. res. i ikh isp. no.5:157-163 161. -tAl"A 15:1) 1. laboratoriya biologichaskikh ispytaniy i novykh form vitaminnykh preparatov Vaevoyuznogo nauchno-iBnIodovatollakogo vitaminnogo instituta,, Moskva. (CYANOCOBALAMINE) USHAKOVA, M.T.; YEFIMOV, A.Z.; MARKIN, V.P. Use of industrial nicotinic acid in animal husbandry. Trudy VNIVI 8:79-82 161. (M:ERA 14:9) 1. Laboratoriya biologicheskikh ispytaniy i novykh form vitaminov Vsesoyuznogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo vitaminnogo instituta. (Nicotinic acid--Physiological effect) (Feeds) 1. - J. odpolkovni% Jn M:Oniaiazance patrol. Voon.v.-;at. 39 rc . 60-63 ;:y 160. (Military r3connairrance) 14:2) YEFIMOV Metrizability and the 5~-product of bicompacts. DokI. All &14,SR 152 no.4:794-797 0 (MIRA 16:11) 1. Moskovskiy goBudarotvennyy universitet im. Lomonosova. Predstavleno akademikom F.S. Aleksandrovyx. wtigb-, f url-i ttv In thic, Qmr)r Of h"Co~Tpac,,5, Dlokl. All ll.~M 1.58 1-263 0 '64. OTIRA l7t!211 2. Ploakrivsk-fy gosi!dt-r!!tVen-iy-f universitpt im. Lomonoso-,-U. Predst-avleno Aloksendrov~mi. YEFIMOV, B. Dyadic spaces. Dokl. AN SSSR 151 no.5t1021-1024 Ag 163. (MIRA 160) 1. Moskovskiy gosudarstyennyy universitet im. M.V.Lomonogova. Predstavlano akademikom P.S.Alsksandrovym. (Topology) ~T, YEFIMOV,13. Diadic--bicompacts. Dokl. AN SSSR l/+q no.5s2012-1014 Ap 163, (MRA 16'-5) 1. Moskovskiy g6~udarstvennyy universitet im. M.V.Lo=nosova Predstavleno akademikom PoS.Aleksandrovyme (Topology) ,AEFDAOV, B, Power of Hausdorf spaces, Dokl. ~11 SSSR, 164. no.5t967-9,70 0 16,40 (MIRA 18:10) lo Moskovskiy gosudarstvennyy univeruitat im. M.V.Lononnsova. Submitted February 26, 1965o TEPILIDY, BA., kand.tekhn.nauk Automtizing the feeding of individual blanks to fargn-press equipment. Izv. vys. uchob. zav.-, chern. met. noe7:109-122 ii 158. ~ (NI-Rk 11:10) 1. Kawanskly aviatoionnyy institut. (Yorging-Rquipment and supplies) (Automatic control) S1123/60/000/010/002/011 AOO4/AOO1 Translation froms Referativnyy zhurnal. Mashinostroyeniye, 1960, 11o. 10, pp. 58-59, # 49240 AUTHOR: Yefimov, B.A. TITLE: Investigating the Motion of Cylindrical Blanks During Their Rotation Round an Axis PERIODICAL; Tr. Kazansk. aviats. in-ta, 1958, Vol. 33-34, pp. 461-466 TEXT; The author carried out theoretical investigations of the motion of cylindrical blanks rotating round a pivot and determined the orientation time of these blanks (calculated in fractions of a second), which Is the fundamental parameter for the determination of efficiency of feeder mechanisms for technological equipment. The differential equation of motion of the cylindrical blank center of gravity was derived, the accuracy of which was checked In an experimental way by shooting the investigated process with a KC (K3)-500 film camera. It was found that the difference between the calculated rotation time of the blank Card 1/2 S/123/60/000/010/002/011 A004/Aooi Investigating the Motion of Cylindrical Blanks During Their Rotation Round an Axis I/ round the axis and the time determined during the experimental process, was with- in permissible limits. Three examples are presented. V.D.I. Translator's note: This is the full translation of the original Russian abstract. Card 2/2 F 7f 7~-, if SOV/123-59-19-78518 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal. Mashinostroyeniye, 1959, Nr 19, pp 96 - 97: (USSR) AUTHOR: Yefimov, B.A. TME: Determining the Efficiency of Automatic Loading Devices for Piece Blanks PERIODICAL: Tr. Kazansk. aviats. in-ta, 1958, Vol 41, pp 21 - 26 ABSTRACT: The author describes the results of investigations which were carried out with blade-type oriented loading devices to determine the probability of blanks being gripped from the bin, depending on the dimensions and structural parameters of the disk. The calculation results based on the formulae found, showed a close agreement with the results of the ex- perlment. One figure. K.L.I. Card 1/1 YEFDIOVI B. A. Automation of the feeding of. press-forging equipment vith piece blanks. Trudy KAI 5203-41 160. - (MIRA 16:7) (Feed mechanisms) (Automation) L 26Z47a-66 EWT(1)/ZWT(m)/T/EWP(t) IJP(C) JD1,YV1JG- Acc NRt Ar6O31476 SOURCE CODE: W0070/~6/OW002/0323/0324 - - AUTHOR; Smirnoyj Be Is; YefiMOVP'Bo A, ORG: ft sicotechnical Institute im. A. Fo 12 -f_f ~S S ~SR (Fitiko- tekhnicbeskiy institut AN SSSR) TITLE: -2U e n c eof the surface on the density of screw dii1ocationa in deformed __ZAP crystals S61a: Kristallografiyap V'. 11, no. 2p 1966j, 323-324 TOPIC TAGS: lithium fluoridep crystal dislocation, purface,property., cryatal de- formation ABSTRACT: . This in a continuation of ear-Uer work (Fiz. tverdogo tela v. 7.. 3a% 3965) where it was observed that the density of screw diolocations decreases on polished surfaces of LiF crystals deformed at -196C. In the present investigation the shine effect is investigated on LiF crystals deformed at 20C. In additionp the thiclmess of the layer with the increased dislocation density was estimated. The experimental procedure of deforming the samples and determining the dislocation den- sity was the same as-in the earlier paper. The results show that the dislocation density first 'drops rapdily with depth, by approximate3,y 30%p after vhich it remains- practica3ly constant. 7his means that the surface layer with the increased dia- location density Is of the order of several microns, Since the presence of such a layer can affect the mechanical properties of the crystalsp the coopression curves 3/2 _bard mv: 548A L-26747-66L- ACC NR# Ap6o32476 ACC NR: ;AUTHOR: IORG: AT'(00,r633 SOU11CE Cow': ult/0000/6(>/000/6(;O/(;(;"~'f/00li3 Tyunin, I. A.; Yefinov, B. A.; Chizhukhin, G.,,j. none TITLE: Series of logic circuits using biax-type clenents SOUHCF: Vsesoyuznoye soveshchaniye po magnitnym clementam avtonatiki i vychisli:tellnoy tekhniki. -10th, Kaunas, 196h. Uagnitnyye ele-menty vychislitellnoy tekhniki (Ragnetic elements in conputer engincering); trudy soveshchaniya, pt. 2. Moscow, Izd-vo Nauka, 37-1;3 TOPIC TAGS: logic circuit,.magnetic circuit, switching circuit ABSTRACT; Desieen and operation is described of a serie3 of logic circuits based on biax elements nade from VT-5 ferrite-material and measuring 1.2 x 1.2 x' ~ 1.7 mra with 0.5 x 0.5 mm apertures. The circuits were tested uting a pulse generator, and output signals were amplified by a P608A transistor iamplifier capable of delivering 0.5 ann to a load. The following logic" Icircuits were tested and optimum parameters measured: 1) NOT circuit: loptimum read, write, and input currents are 0.4, 0.35, and 0.15 amp, respectively; output SIN is 25. 2) NOR circuit: read and write i I !currents on both 0.35- 0.4 amp, inhibit current is 0.15 an-0; out-out I ;voltage SIN is 35. 3) NAND circuit: optimun write, inhibit, and re.-` Card 2 UDC.;- ACC NRs AT7007633 is 2'. 4 ) H A LF - -currents are 0,3, 0.2, and 0.5 amps; output voltage SIN 0 !:ADDER with parallel write is capable of adding two numbers in 1 Vsec using 5 INOT and 1 NOR circuit. No other characteristics are given. .!Among the advantages cited~for biax elements are their high S/N ratio, i ,speed, reliability, and sinplicity of design. The disadvant&ges are .:the necessity of signal amplification and lack of these elenents ~because t1hey are not mass produced. Orig. art. has: 5 figures. [BDI ,:SUB CODE: 091 SUBM DATE,,' none/ ORIG REF: 001/ OTH REF: 001 Nfo s',,. tvrckc ito Ij /7?. LiA,968--S~S aIT(d)/it;IT(m)/EEC(k)-2/S7P(I)/rlp(v)/T/Eqp(t)/EIP(k)/alP(h)/Em-~ "O~ E4P(b)1EJF(!)/E6A(-.) , Fq_A(Pf_4/Pzd/Fq_4/F;c_4 - ACCE351011 1IRs AP5013852 _Wof83~6VWb"j%9ki 1. 1 681.142.6 AUTHOR: Boyarchonk Y, H. A. P7q TITLE: An-Union Coliference on Pagnetic elemente or automation and comput*r-. /3' technique SOURCE., Aytomatika i tolemokhanikat 1. 26t no. 5, 1965. 938-02 Topic T.1,GS: electric en~;ineering conference, mgnatiem conference, gooputir- npin,pjjt ation equipment, automation, electronic data procenning _.So autor ABGM%c!,,L: The Ninth All-Union Cortference on Magneiie Eleme'n'ts of Automation and Coin uter Te~hnolio yjlcld iq Kaunas from 7 to 10 Sil ~tembcr~LD�.4, was organized by the National Committee of the USSR on Automatic Control, the Inutitute of Pow(,~_sxtid ffl-ectrGaf g_2.f ~1~e &~damy of_�.~ ~coo �11nn ---- j _�jjnD ----j �11nn ---- j _�jjnD ----j Lithuanian SSR, the Lithunninn Scientific and Tachni ciety of the Inntru ment Building Industr , and the Institute of Automation and Telemechanice c'Main CommiLt of th ce on Instrument But dina, Means of AutomatloN: and Control �Xatenis under Gosplan and the Academy of Sciences.tISSR. Over ,450 participants discussed some 90 reporta concerning the theory, demign, L 54,'_1(jPa45 ACCESSIOU RM AP5013852 production. and application of magnetic and magnetic-semiconductor ele- Mesita. neports were presented for seVen-areas: digital and analog elements memory devices, magnetic power devices, magnetic amplifiers and con- vertere, parametrons, and power sources; At the opening plenary acealon, M. A._ Rozenblat presented a survey. ~f the present state of contactlese magnetic elements, which he considers to be one of the most efficient and promising technical means of automation and cdmputer technology. Problems of designind logic elements to provide stable operation for varioustypes of cir'cUts were discussed in a series of. reports. B.. A. Yeffmov and G. N. Chizhukhin reported on the development of modules of ferrite -transistor elements (FTE) which ban be used for vari" ous types of*computers and also for discrete automa~tlon for general and A special purposes. 'This system provides rellabib operatiori at a' 200-ke clock, frequency In the -10 to +500 C temperature.range. The eameatithoralogether with M. A. Akaenov ieported,oh the devel-~It. y-clutyFT _w`ad as a opment of a general-purpose hea~r, ff cell of" a clock-frequency pul a generator or as*ari'idde tity controi a pe~ndhnt Ifea d ACCFZSIOU URt AY502385~ %A element', ~' IHO cdPable of performing command ricarding or readout of in-. formation reaching it In large quan(Ities from a low -power F TE, .1' A, _TyuM~p, _UL A, iMV -and A. A, Shnvrby reported on the deve - ~ _Xq pment and testing of blax-typo logic circuits operating tit I Me and performing - several logic operations. Advantages cited are: high On ratio, about 20; high switching rate, about 2 Mc; and high reliability due to the simplicity Pf -the circuit, Such circuits may also be used In complex logic devices, Additional reports'dis*cussed logic cl rculta using blax-type elements in a worldng storage device with a nondeatructive readout cycle,of 10-7 see anid'al, rerording time for now Information of several microseconds.. j~._.E.,_#j!aogLy~ov et al. reported on discrete and discrete-analog computer units based on the use of 'the area of an emf pulse originating In'l the winding during magnetization reversal in tht ferrite, Development of ferritd matrixes which release a voltage pulse at the output with an area proportional to the code supplied at the,matrix lnpui was also discussed. Problems connected with the. development of single-wire memory elements with multiaperture ferrite plates were presented by R. A. Lashev; j L 54868-65 ACCM510111 TIR2 AP5013852 ski al. A. S. Sverdlov and others presented results of developing work-' !Ing storage units using miniature memory cubes made with multiaperture ferrite plates. Thin-film technology was'discussed in several reports. A paper by Ye. F. Bcrczhn ct al. dealt with the development of a super storage devicet yy built on thin-film matrices with conductive eubst~ates with a capacity of 64 56-bit words and a cycle of 400 nsec. Experiments with magnetic-film storage devices Produced by electrochemical deposition on glass'and metal cylindrical substrates were discussed, and a method of using an element Of cylindrical magnetic film in a matrix storage device was also reported. A. Tuiauskas and R. LiLvtrayLij reported on a stable storage device with a short access time, a capacity'of 512 x 32 bite, an access rate.of 500 kc, and a readout time of I usec. A. B. Lyasko et al. have developed a small decade counter of periodic and nonperiodic signals in which a par*- M .etric element with five stable phase states was used. The counter displays better energy properties.than other known counters, high reliability, . and .h nolie immunity.. A. G. Rabinikin reported on the characteristics of hig j ~_2 !~L [L 54, ACC=IO11 URt AP5013852 .platinum system. M.'A. ;new high-coercivity (5000 0c) alloyii of the cobalt' ,Rozenblat at al. discussed the theory and design of magnetic analog comput- Ing devices (adder, Integrator, zriultiplier) based on single-stage mapetic ."plifiere using magnetic analog. storage. A large number of reports was devoted to the theory and application of power magnetic devices. The paperd presented by the Gorlkly school of A. M. Barndas concerning fre%~_kcy multipliers and voltag~.Ltabilizt 6 a 1101d ,PLgrp~t Interest in thl ASSOCIATIONs none SUBIUTTEDI 00 ENGM 00 SUB ODDZ1 DP~ IN W REF GOVt 000 OTMMs 000 no PRMS 40a-r KOM YEPIKOV, B,7#j aepirant -'s"Oluvestigation of a now sensitive electrode system for mechanically controlled electron tubes and its utilization In acceleration transmitters. 1xv. vys. ucheb, zav,; pri. fib.L28-35 158. (MIRA 11:5) 1.Leningradskiy institut toeliboy mikhaniki I optiki. (Blectronic instruments) 7 3/270/63/000/001/006/024 A001/A101 AUTHOR: Yefimov, B. F. TITLE: Radio engineering equipment for the radiophotogrammetria method of bridging photographs PERIODICAL: RefRrativnyy zhurnal, Geodeziya, no. 1, 1963, 25, abstract 1.52.167 ("Tr. Novosib. in-ta inzh. geod., aerofotoslyemki i kartogr.1t, 1961, V. 15, 17 - 22) TEXT; The author describes demands on the equipment of the radiophoto- grammetrie method of bridging photographs. The method is based on measuring the distance between two aircraft flying behind one another and the timointerval between the functioning of aerial camera shutters mounted on these aircraft (see abstract 12G113). These demands specify that equipment must ensure the accuracy of measuring distances equalling �D.3 m at distance lengths 300 - 4,000 M, the synchronous operation of aerial camera shutters by providing auxiliary pulses, and measuring time 4ntervals between the instants of shutters functioning with an accuracy of.+lCrJ sea. The author describes briefly the synchronizer and Card 1/2 S/270/63/000/001/006/024 Radio engineering equipment for the... A001/A101 aerial radio range finder, based on the phase method of measuring distances, and presents their block-diagrams. V. Orlov [Abstracter's notet complete translation] YEFIMOV, B. I., Cand of Med Sci -- (diss) "Appendicitis and Pregnancy'V Moscow, 1959, 12 pp (ist bloscow Medical Institute Im Sechenov) (KL, 5-6o, 130) YEFIROV, B. I. Treatment of acuto appendicitis in pregnant wovien. Khirurgiia 33 no.3:48-51 Mr '39. (MIRA 12:8) 1. Iz goopitallnoy khirurgicheakoy kliniki Imeni A.V.Martynova I Hoakovakogo ordena Lenina maditainakogo inatituta imeni I.M.Sechenova. Nauchnn rukovoditell - zaaluzhennyy doyatell nauki prof. V.H.Salishchev. (PRI]MUCY. compl. appendicitis, surg. (Rua)) (AMNDICITIS, in pregn, aurg. (Rua)) SKURIKHIN, I.M.; YEFD40V,., B.N. Traneformation of the extract components in brandy alcohols during aging. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; pishch. tekh. no.6:26- 30 163. (WRA .1713) 1. Voesoyuznyy nauchno-issiedovatellskiy institut vinodeliya i vinogradarstva mMagarach"., laboratoriya khimii vinodaliya. WEE SKURIKHIN, 1.M.; YEFIMCV, B.N. Studying the systems of preliminary, processing of oak wood used for the acceleration of the aging of brandy alcohols. Trudy VNIIViV "Magarach" 13z123-142 164. (MM 17:12) YEFBACJV, B.N. Device for automatic placing of solutions on chromatographic paper. Prikl. biokJlim. i mikrobiol. 1 no. 6:721-723 N-D 165. (MIRA.18:12) 1, Vsosoyuznyy muchno-issledovatellskiy institut vinodeliya i vJnogradarstva "Magarach". Submitted Aug. 3, 1965. ANBINDERY YaiYe. [Anbinder, IA.IE.]; SHPAKOVSKIY, N.Ye. (Shpakovstkyi, K.E.]; DARBINYAN, S.A.; KOMAROV, V.V.- KOMARCVA, T.V.; KCZLOV, Yu.A.; KONOKOTIN, L.P.; ZEMIDZE, V.M.; SHULYAT TSKIY, S.M. (Shyl-iatytslkyi, S.M.]; KHODURSKIY, Ye.A. [Khodurstkyi,'IE.Ai]j OBUSHINSKIY, Ye.I. (Obushynslkyi, lE.I.]; GVOZDIK, A.A. (Hvozdyk, A.A.]; NIKITINA, M.A.i LUPASHKO, N.F.,- BESKROVNYY, M.N.; TSIMBLER, M.Ye., [TSymbler. M.1E. 1; ILYN, A N.,o' TGTADZE, P.M.; ZHIGURS, Kh.Yu.; ZAKREVSKIY, Ye.S. (Zakrevs1kyi, IE.S.j; FEDOROV-ICH,-A,P. [Fedorovych, A.H.1; CHALENKO, D.K.; KHOMUTOV, D.A.; SKURIKIIIN I,M, NILOV V.I.; YEFI14CV,,,.B.N.,[IEfimov, B.N,J; KAZANOVSKlYp V.S.,(Kazanovalkyi, V.S.]; ZOTIKOV, L.S.; KCCHURENKO, M.A. Soviet certificates of invention. Khar. prom. no.2357-59 Ap-Je 165. (MIRA 1815) RODIEVICH, S.D.,kand.fiz.-mat.nauk, dots.; SOKOLOV, I.N.,inzh.; YXFIMOV, B. V., inzh. Instrument for measuring frequencies and accelerations of oscillations. Izvevysoucheb.zave; prib. no-3:30-35 '58. (MIRA 12:2) 1. Leningradskiy institut tochnoy mekluLniki i optiki. (Oscillations--Keasurement) (X&Aronic instruments) A. it. , T37 Y"u. and 1. - I , L -J A ". i, . 11~'ission and Total I'Voss-SecUin of Some Ileacy .."'Uclides for L '0110cha-0111atic 'e.,eutrons as I'LeaSUrC-d by a Lechanical, :ieutron Velocity ~;elector," a paper presented akt, the Atorrs for Peace "."o,-Xerence, ~~Cmeva, Switzerland, 195'1~ I ~ X_ - )F;- ~- , ~ 9 '-) , -TV V I U V15, V SUBJECT USSR PHYSICS CARD 1 / 2 PA - 1758 AUTHOR EFIMOVIB.V., 1JJTJAEVjJU.I. TITLE The Activation Cross Section of U236 PERIODICAL Atomnaja Energija, I., faso. 50 130-131 (1956) Issued: 1 / 1957 The values of the cross sections of radiation capture and fission are of par- tioular importance for thermal neutrons. Here the cross section of radiation capture was measured from the P-activitj of th'e U237 produced on the occasion 236 236 of the capture of neutrons by U The U samples were irradiated in the re- flector of the reactor of the RPT (?). The strength of the neutron bundle was determined from the activity of a gold foil which was irradiated together with the sample. The authors made use of two U236 samples: Sample No 1 was produced by the chemical separation of uranium from deposited plutonium containing Fu 240. Sample No 2 was obtained by long irradiation of uranium in a reactor, U236 on this occasion accumulated by the radiation capture of neutrons in U235. After irradiation the relative content of U236 was increased by isotope separa- tion. On the occasion of the irradiation of the samples containing U 236 in the reactor, apart from fission and the reaction U236 (n, r)U 237, which are of inter- est here, the following reactions were able to exercise influence on the Atomnaja Energija, .1, faso.5,130-131 (1956) CARD 2 / 2 PA - 1758 measured quantity of U 237: U238(n,2n)u 237; U238 (n'~')u 239 ~ lIP239 pu239. 239 239 The fission fragments of Pu and Np were separated after chemical purifi- cation of the samples which followed irradiation. After being chemically pur- ified, the samples probably contain only uranium isotopes. The half-life of the P-activity of sample No I is somewhat more than 6,63 days, which is appar- ently due to impurities with longer half-lives. For a section of 236 rad (cross the radiation capture ?) of U , the value of 26,4 + 6 barn was found in the case of the first sample. In the case of sample No 2 the half-life of P-activ- ity was about 6,63 days and 6 rad of U236 amounted to 24,6 $ 6 barn. Both values of 6rad are in good agreement within the limits of error. As, however, in the case of the first sample the quantity of U 236 was not immediately de- termined, and because a certain quantity of P-active admixtures existed (by which the result might be falsified), the authors looked upon the cross sec- tion computed for sample No 1 as only an approximate value. Therefore, the value drad ' 24,6 + 6 barn obtained in the case of the second sample was taken for the amount of the cross section of radiation capture. This value was also accepted at the Geneva Conference on the Peaceful Use of Atomic Energy; it agrees quite well with the value of 24 + 7 barn found by J.AUCLAIR et al, (lec- ture No 354, Geneva Conference)(1955). INSTITUTION: AUTHOR: Y ef imov, B. V. , Postgraduate Student TITLE: Investigation of a New Sensitive System of Electrodes for Mechanically Controlled Electronic Tubes and their Use in Acceleration Data Units (IssledovanJye novoy chuvstvite2noy sistemy elektrodov dlya mekhanicheski upravl~ayemykh elektronnykh lamp i yeye primeneniye v datchikakh uskoreniya) PERIODICAL; Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy - Priborostroyeniye, lJ58, Nr 1, pp L8-65 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The paper discusses a new, sensitive electrode system for mechanically controlled tubes and examines this system as used in acceleration indicators. The circuit of the working electrodes consists of two flat anodes divided by a thin metallic plate. In order to obtain a narrow beam of electrons a thin metallic slotted diaphragm is installed in front of the cathode. The unit is connected with a standard bridge circuit. Card 1/4 'Depending on the working regime, either a zero or Investigation of a New Sensitive System of Electrodes for Mechanic- ally Controlled Electronic Tubes and their Use in Acceleration Data UnIts negative potential in relation to the cathode is fed to the divider and diaphragn. The sensitive system of a double beam triode was examinea on especially design- ed tubes with mechanically controlled electrodes, in which, with the help of levers, certain of the elec- trodes could be shifted in relation to the others and the 9pacing between electrodes modified, and the one or the other electrode could be put in or removed. The tests siiowed the following: 1) To increase the current sensitivity the anode-plane distance of the diaphragm must be reduced. L) Re6uction of the slot width decreases the current sensitivity little. 3) Increased voltage sensitivity can be achieved through reduction of the slot width..4) Slot width reduction can be achieved mechanically or by an increased negative potential of the diaphragm. 5) The anode-plane inter- electrode distance of the diaphragm does not affect the voltage sensitivity very much. The paper then discuss- C a r d 12"14 es electronic acceleration measurements with a system SOV/146-1-1-5/',' Investigation of a New Sensitive System of Electrodes for Mechanic- ally Controlled Electronic Tubes and their Use in Acceleration Data Units Card 3/4 of-double beam triodes. For this purpose an electronic tri-component acceleration meter was prepared for measuring the spatial vector of acceleration of various objects within a range up to 100 cm/sec4r over a period of several seconds. This acceleration meter is a com- plex of' three accelerometric pick-ups mounted on a common base and each recoruing one of the 3 acceieration vector components. The electric wiring circuit of the acceleration measure consists of' three bridge circuits in parallel and fed by a common rectifier. Recorcing of the acceleration is done by loops VIII of MPO-02! oscillograph. To achieve maximum current sensitivity, the slot width was reduced to 3 mm and the anode- aperture distance to a minimum 0.;~-O.b mm. The trans- mitter's proper frequency lwj above all possible vibration frequencies; irrespective of the high frequen- cy, sensitivity during acceleration reached 0.7-1.0 V/g at a feed voltage of 150 V. For a triode acceleration SOV/1.1 6-1-1-5/'a Investigation of a New Sensitive System of Llectrodes for Mechanic- ally Controlled Electronic Tubes and their Use in Acceleration Data Units meter arc with self-frequency 300 c, feed voltage 30OV, the sensitivity Is around 0.4-0.5 V/g. The small dimensions (cross section 26 mm, height ZO mm) and weight of 12 gr. plus low power consumption (of the order 5W) expand the functional uses of the transmitter. There are 5 graFhs, I photograph, 1 schemati6 diagram, 1 circuit diagram and 5 references, 3 of which are Soviet and 2 American. ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy institut tochnoy mekhaniki i optiki (Leningrad Institute for Fine Mechanics and Optics) Card 4/4 2703 S/120/61/000/003/002/041 AUTHORS., yefl.mev~ H V ~ llaaeLfan, Kuznetsov, A.S. and --7' , ~ FU772nez. -.1-1 TITLE-. A merhanical u,~'urc-n monochromi,-,or for the energy region 0,00.', 21 uV I PERIODTCAL~ Prib3ry --' ekhn~ka eksp-2r1l.menta, 1961, No-3, PP~32-39 TEXT,. Mezhani, niutron monc,--hr,~ma--.srs have been destribed in Soviet and forelgra literaturi~, fl-ioj, a~-s Useful when fairly powerful beams of' --4! Th e y ha -, e the advantages ever s.-y3i~a- of giving a larger neutron flux withcut d".ie t.) highe:r--crder reflection, but they are -asually a: Power in Lhe energy range 0.1-10 aV~ Thia the construt-tion and properties of a me~:han.~;al 1rhe inatrument was required to separa,,~~ OwL-4h tA '20-30%) neutrons of the same energy level tip tv en-;trg:i~,~q of ;:~,--.'~ e*1 and to achieve the greatest possible flux thr.:,ugli -~be ru~uj af the mon-achroinator z0 ensure oatisfa-:tory ratio of uf~-i~~red ~~ffesc -to background, Tne construzt1on is 1.1-UP 1,Y at ed -.']-L F 1_i~~ IG Will ~A-l che number .3 have Card 1/8 A mechanical neutr,:,r- moxio~h.---mAItcr S/;'20/61/000/003/0021/041 E19VE155 the following I pr~rt-,~Avr ring-, 2. - tube, 3 - core 4 - bearing blocks 5 - wadgep,~~ 6 - bundles of sheel-a forming ithe slots, The Blet wallni wsre zheet, 0.,3.4 mir. thiak separa-,ed by foil.3 to give a slot width of" 0,347 mr., 'rile -'S-'ct5 were 700 mm long and slots could be turned at --irIour, anglie-4 to the beam. The total thickness of me---al :.n -Jis P--th of the beam xf-s 30 cm~ which weakens by a factcr cf jb,.,ut -0 000 the ;ntensitly of neutrons in the energy range 0.001-1 MeV, I-z 151,4o apprec-Aably szreens &&mma radiation, whi~::h i~ -ary S.11, the nautron detector is sensitive to gaimna radiat;.an.. st~~-a:,ght slots the amount- of rotor end surfazt- that zap. bs uted is ras~,-r`-,ted, and for any given peripheral speed it is te, hai*e the diameter as large as possIble, rhe 1~orc is a ~axoon tube of 225.2 mm extarnal diameter. fitted w--xh~ endbella -,arryi,-ng 'the hall. bearing journala, Eight ribs are preszed inw, an the tizbe surfa.-ce and an theae a tube of high tensile chr,;ai---`L-aYIad:LUM AteEi is shrunk. Between the internal of cbe toibt-, of 2?0.6 nun, and the external dAameter of the -there remaldnb an annular spat:e divided into ,~-qual oy -Ibs~ The slots are buil-,~ up aa bundles ef Bheets spaci~d w~z,:h a-4uminium foil to g3.N-e a mean Card 2/8 A mechanital nratron manor,-hram&to,~r S/!20/61/000/003/002/042 E 19 4/t L5 5, blot width of O.3k7 Mm. The pI&Ima; airs vedged tn place. The total weight of the roto.r was 270 k;r and III -ws.a dar:LSn9d t.0 ops.,ref-Its at speeds up to 12000 ;r.p.mi .11 v&j fLnally selett-ad in order to miniming 7AW-altrioa. Thio of the driving turb*n4 in doscrlb*d-, Lt z&= ops., &f&& e."; zRoada up ta 13 000 r.P.10. On leaving ths sourts the bsd~m paiisvaoa Ahi~vmglh lhro* --ol-I-Imaters before-reathing the rotzr. Thb 'tw" autsv- cal.14matorm goTsrrn~ the angle of divergencs of 'the mwvtron btvv tul ths LntermidLa"to one reduces the ba~-kgiround c,f s1r,o,"r in the plans pvrpondt,tular to. the slcot wzlLi Iths bos.m to of constant vJdth and in the-plans para2U,sl 3a ithw 0~vl-y 41 frio,m -100 mm at ths lumimoug surface U. 15 mm 13 Aht The _-roas-sectton of ths beam and h~snz.a -the may !~h b7 &dJuiting the first- callimat-or whtch t& cf T-e--JkdA.T.1& vtdth. A graphizal method was UfL*d lo determine th.* Uimt cl' m7,nothrCmallfe- nvutironw- &nd Ahm pro,t-idure ekdjpI*I. tg axplatnod. Bv.~:ausq the slots move -in a cfrcumf9r*n,:v the my* 'th~~&!A Lfn4t &re-nrrt quite the same as they would bi fcr a.#-.r,*w-ghs.yod q1tA a~r, f=r slots v4th psrallel walls movAng Ln & sit,&Lght ltn*, spatitir-a.1 Une# det*rmtnod graphit&lly by the nsIhc,;d Iserrf0iod ara shown An FigA Card 3/8 A Ms,.'~hanix,&L Avalt-.ran St'Z20/6'/000/003/002/041 for two T&Iu*8 t-f thip znST.-s 0 1~-4ts(Pvtn th,* Itna -of the basm and the c-awtre Ltne of the rotors D? 'thsa& Air&pha thi curve marked I corresponda it* the tento.-,&L p,&-xt, a.;r the alalt. 4?AS.-5 shave graphs of the optiaram .1tor -s-&intwav energi.&a with tht ro-tor running at e. speed ~7,f 9000 vtth approprLat* 7alues of 0. The resolution m&y br fmprD~vad -t-.,T Itm.tIrtng *1he hstght of thir slot us-ad. The intans~,Vy :o;f -the xeutironft M&y then be intreased without 1-myos.,tr1na the zr-ezolution by using a wrider beam of approp77t&tt- In ardtr to test the quality of assembly of tha ba-,Td,'L-Pa z,-.f vhlasix eint to determine the rotor position carrespindtng to -j * Cs,, r-1tvtz %rvra made ,Z" the counting speed of -a~ nazvtr~7-n dt-t-e,:to-z- I'Ypk- ;':'~ ,.'k, T (BIFIX-) as function of 1. .6 rialtz *'tAtf-r-n:i ry. rt 9 the &nglt 0 wLth th I , .10 shows typical curvese The dott*d ~r~ur,Ta La The ct-O'.~a1&tad apettre;-' 'Ineg the cirzlej 2 tc vtihoull a tadmium filter, and the troxies -33 tc 1his aze c~ o. It will bt seen that there Lis ex-t~#-Ikexit bsi*v4va thsDry End expertmant wh*n a. ts.-dmium joa t-nd .VnS&derab1* divergunte if it Ls nat. rht- 1thi7i-,-,jighp'rA% wma talcv,,'~atsd fo.- 0 4r 0 and compared wilth lbk IL 1:U.-S itit W6.4 f ound Card 4/8 2-693 A mechanical neutron monochromator..S/12o/61/000/003/002/04iI E194/E155 ~ that when a cadmium filter was used the average experimental factor was 0.86 of the calculated value, and when no filter was used considerably exceeded it. The effect in obviously due to extra neutrons-passing through the slot by total internal reflection from-the slot walls. The effect of internal reflection is noticeable for neutrons with an energy of about 0.001 eV. For investigations in the range of 0.001-0.0001 eV, a second rotor was made of similar construction but with the platen made of plexiglass (perspex). fn order to suppress reflection the plates we-re covered with a layer of polyiaobutylena, Satisfactory reaults wero obtained with this rotor. Numerous teatz have now been made with this-monochromator and they have confirmed its suitability for measuring various neutron sections and gamma ray spectra. V.I. Mostovoy in menticnzd in the article. There are 11 figures and 4 references: 3 Soviet and I English. The English language reference readn an follows: Ref.2: J.G. Dash, H.S. Sommers. n#,v. Scient. Instrum., 1953, V.24, 2, 91. Card 5/5 A .mechanical neutron monochromator ... S/120/6 '000/003/002/041 E194/E155 ASSOCIATION: Institut atomnoy energii AN SSSR (Institute of Atomic Energy, AS USSR) SUBMITTED: August 20, 1960 -4s -Js -Is -j '7 Ms +f$ AUTHORS: S/089/63/014/003/004/020 B102/B186 Danelyan, L. S., Y for tellurium isotopes in TITLE: Radiative capture cross sections dependence on the neutron energies of UP to 1-5 kev PERIODICAL: Atomnaya energiya, v. 14, no. 3, 1963, 264 - 272 (Zh. eksperim. i teor. _2EXT: The authors continue previous investigations 'fiz., 44, no. 4, 1963) on the neutron cross sections for the M-o isotopes. The aim of the present investigations was to 'detect week neutron reso- nances which do not become apparent in total-cross section measurements, also to determine the values of a TI(a -is the capture cross section at oy oy the resonance maximum and P is the total width) and the level spins for ~n~;O.2 r , From a r and the total cross sections (cr T and CT p2) the Y oy 0 01 radiative wid.thq r arecalculated. The measurementswere made by the tima- Y of-flight method; the water-shielded uranium target of the electron linear accelerator of the Institut atomnoy energii im. I. V. Kurchatova (Institute of Atomic Energy imeni I. V. Kurchatov) was taken as neutron source. With Card 1/4 S/089/63/014/003/004/020 Radiative capture cross sections ... B102/B186 repetition frequencies of"70 and 100 cps of the accelerator the neutron pulses had durations of 0.9 and 0.6 gsec.. The y-rays were detected by four NaI(Tl) scintillators with photomultipliers, the neutrons were fed to a 2048-channel time analyzer with memory. The path travelled by the neu- trons through the collimation system betweon aource and sample amounted to 15-1 m. The neutron monitor was a BF proportional counter. The results were eValuated according to the methoa of the "black" samples (e.g. 'Waters et al., Nucl. Phys. 12, 563, 959). The samples were separate isotopes (Te 122, 123, 124, 125) pre ared as powders and filled in aluminum con- tainers (3.0 and 50 mm widen. No levels could be identified of Te120 (conc. 128 130 5.9 % only), and no levels of Te and Te . were found. Among the other isotopes several unknown levels were detected, such as the weak s-levels 123. 126 of Te at 96 +2, 109 �2 and'118 +2 ev, and the 198+ 5 ev level of Te Besides the re~ultscontained in the table also the values of 0 123 125 /_D (-AF,)-' 0 were calculated for Te and Te and n L "n 4 (1.6 + 0-7)-104 and (0-55 0-4)'10 was obtained. These values agree Card. 2/4-, s/Q89/63/014/003/004/020 Radiative capture croas sections ... B102/BI86 within the limits of error with the corresponding ones obtained-afte'r the optical model. There are 4 figures and 2 tables. HEMMED: April 19, 1962 Card 3/4 S/089/63/014/003/004/620 Radiative capture cross sections B102/B186 Table 4 Ea. 2,, r. , r, Alsd ry ro, ayr Mev ey, I-ev Mev Vor Tcl2j S 2,ni�0,01 - I i0.4�0,6 M�4 104� 3 - 6 8� 0,4 23.9�0,2 46�4 2500 135()�100 0 92J-8 200�20 10 8� iB 0 54 i ' . 35,5�0,4 13.2�0,0 480 380�30 0 26,4�1 8 , 125�40 10. 0 ~42 O:B 4,4 V:3 . 00�2 17�4 - 220 45 V - - - 109 2 6�1,2 - 70 - - - 118:-2 20�4 - 200�40 - - - 132 3 63�10 625 5M�50 1 42�7 220� 120 180 �120 0,8 3,7� 0,6 157 4 270�30 2200 610�60 1 180�20 250� 20 1 70� 10 .0,28 14,5� j,6 Tol2s I T . 41 + . & 25,0:LO,2- 0,06�0,07 48 45�2.5 1 0,64 103 102 0 94 0 1,82 107 105 . 133,5�3 (10�3)* - 170�20 t 12,7� 2 146 133 - 1.1�0,i6 0 38 6 480 440 213�4 40�10 240 205�20 1 26 7� i6 6 7 i6 178 0 ISO 4 0 0.85 1,&3�0,45 0 � 53 5 228� 4 - li5� 16 - - - - - 260 29 88 9 5 5 1 10�30 200 40 Zo 000 365 47() 35 45 1 1 73,4�20 133 21 200�70 280�35 t40� 145 80 40 0 66 0:52 4 55 7' S +1,25 I o � .� � , � , 3 6 16- :22 - 425� 0 55O. -DO - Card 4/4 7-- 77- S/056j63/044/004/013/044 A HORS -1 Yu. M Pevzner, i., Adamchukp T. v ane a~n,.~S. )~~~~~3kalevt S.,~ Muradyan, G. V. -.NeUtron-speotroscopic investigations of Nuclear Levels. 1. Neutron cross aections of molybdenum iobtopes in the 7 15,000 ev energy range w-'PERIODIGAL: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheakoy fiziki, v. 44, no. 4, 1965, 1187 1194 TEXTi The time-of-flight method was usea for determining the total neutron;' -..Cross Sections-(path length 109.14 M) and the-radiative capture cross sec- i tions (path length 15.1.m) formo isotopes from A - 92 to 100. The measure; m6nto were made by means of a,neutron spi."otrometer (or. Atomnaya energiya, 13, 327t 1962)p and a linear electron accelerator was used as pulsCU A&W#A&,~ VAL source (OIYaI. Report P-956, Dubna, 1962); the pulse duration was o.6 Psec, me nalyzer I_the repetition frequency 100 ops, the channel width of the ti a t 0-577pseo. The neutrons were detected by.a stack of 230 proportional a ount ers arranged-in-an aluminum.tank-filled-with,BF (80% The (;drd 1/2. S/056/63/044/004/013/044' Neutron-speotroscopic investigations... B102/B186 2 ":,~.::--detector area was 2500 cm ;,the thickness in the direction of the neutron a 17.6 cm. The highest resolution in the total cross-section tr-ij eeto ries wa .,,.0,,_''_.measurements was 0.006jtsec/m. The energy distribution of the total neutron. rose section is Sr phically shown for the whole range investigated and the': -a ..n a are tabula e the great many resonance levels observed umerical result t dfor -investigated; B ,r a d ro are given. In with- the a even Me isotopes 0 ri n n I.:the calculations, the interference between potential and resonance scatter-, ings is taken into account. Also the strength function for the s-wavep al' isotopes r v. The weak,levels dete ted is calculated fo:, S 1. 01 95""' 9-7- 98 0. 0 - 18' _-220 _awd'--- (Mo-- ---:249-267-3-ovr- 0 -z-250--evo-Mo --12- ~v 31 100' - 99 -5 ev) ~re;i attribut ed to p-neutrbn capture. A series of double anC -en. triple peak.p'oincidences were observed,, thust for example, au ev ev 335110 hoo 94 97 92 95 116 t -Mo ands Ild , have a ppak,- 'at 1520+10 ev, Mo Mo and MO.,. There are 2 figures and 2 tables. 1;,~SUBY11TTEDt November 26, 1962 2/Z 7 4 ACCESSION NR: AP4009106 9/0056/63/045/006/1858/1864 AUTHORS:. Danelyan, L. S.; Yefimovf--B...V.'j_Sotnikov, S. K; Kakhra- manov-Dzhazairov, V. TITLE: Xntensities'of the Gamma transitions to the ground rota- in neutron resonances of the reaction GdI55 (n, o GdlS6' 4OURCE: Zhurnal ekspere i tooret. fiilki, v. 45, no. 6, 1963, 1858-1864 TOPIC TAGS: gadolinium 155, gadolinium 156, gama transition, ground rotation band, neutron resonance, neutron capture by gado- linium, resonance intensity,distribution, Porter Thomas distribution ABSTRACT: The purpose of the work was to find the variat 199 of the partial radiation width for the 8.44-MeV transition in*Gd follow- ing neutron capture at different neutron resonances. This transi- tion was chosen because it can be readily separated.from other tran Ca~d 1//3' ACCESSION NA: AP4009106 sitions. A crystal scintillation spectrometer was used to measure the relative -intensities of the,,y transitions to.j~g ground rota- tional band for 20 resonances in the Gdl55(n,,y)Gd reaction. At the measurement accuracy attained in these experiments, the reso- nance intensity distribution is compatible with a Porter-Thomas dis- tribution with one channel. The possibility remains, however, that there are two groups of such distributions with different mean in- tensities. The apparatus was based on coincidence circuitry and in addition to separating the 8.44-MeV -y' sit can also measure the rray background at other energies. it is reported that the apparatus is being improved and the measurement of the relative intensities of the 8.44 MeV transition will be continued. "The idea of this measurement was suggested to us by L. V. Groshev and A. M. Demidov to whoin we are grateful. We also thank M. 1. Pevzner for a truth- ful discussion of the results and V. A. Kochetkov and A. Ya. Lunin for much work performed." -Orig. art. bas: 4 figures, 2 formulas, and 1 table. Card 2/3- ~7, -:4 -- l- M 7V~ fl 1~hla -'Lr ec.icr. unn-der Lbe actlDr, 9!3 lncl ca Lln4g tn e n c, r o --ne Card ACOMS-1011 WRI AP5019055 i lorivntivi), The i~auger, a-ro placed on the apparntua and n e 4' Card 212' 0 -,Y 3 k T L ;f V., g* i b -,(TKh-4 onsidered." johol Tied cc e u e, U-9-littlaGne-Lq Inoor. ti-ot-affe-c-A the C rd. I z P~c AR6oi6m SOURCE CODE: uR/oDr,8/6~,/OOO/O1V_A!)2 A, AUTHOR: TITIE: Sotnikovj S. K.; Yefimov B. V.; Tsitovich, A. P. Method of stabilizdtl7M of the amplification channel of a scintillation counter 11A287 SOURCE: Ref. zh. Fizika, Abs. REF SOURCE: Tr. 6-y Nauchno-tekhn. konferentsii radioelektron. T. 1. M. Atomizdat, 1964; 69-13 5- TOPIC TAGS: scintillation counter) amplifying equipment, stabilization ABSTRACT: A procedure is described for stabilizing the amplification channel of a scintillation counter with the aid of a reference light pulse. The light-pulse source is a cold-cathode tbyratron (TKh4B), in which the light output is proportional to the current through the tbyratron. The stabilization is by comparing the current pulse from the output of a photomultiplier with the current pulne through the thyra- tron, with subsequent regulation of the gain of -the amplifier by means of the dif- ference error signal. A slightly modified standard amplifier (VIII-10) and an FEU-49 photomultiplier are used. Introduction of stabilization has improved the time stability of the system by -10 times (from 3-5% to 0.3-0.4%. as checked relative to the position of the CsI37 line). The complete schematic diagrams of the apparatus are given. V. Kharitonov. (Translation of abstract] F SUB CODE: 09 L 58329-65 E~;T(m)/T IJP(c) ACCESSION rtRi AT'5010444 LF-R/3136/61&/WO/6q,5/oo0~/polr AU-R'7)R: So'n~kwir, S. K., vlefimov, B V., Tiltuylch, A. P. T7U: Metho~d of fftablilzati-n of tht amr.."fif- -er-ti,)n of a scintillation, -ounter S OURC E lklt o acow. Institut &toggicyy energ.11. Doki&dy, no. 691:, 1964. meto~l stablll- za"sii t-alta usileniya stsinti 1-1,) &tat onnogo schetchika, 1-15 T()PTI' TA-G.", Is~i nt I llat ion !olinter. sv- rymneter, qmpll fl er sta'-- 1 1 zAt A KQ TRA C T Th~e au+h-)re r-onsider a me+h--~d -~f stablilzing the ft=pl!f'!e- ne-t!-r 'I v j~ rn t' 1~ q0 4 q N Card L 58329-65 ACCESSION UR t A1501OU4-4 nation of the blbek diagram of the apparatus, ahown Ut rigure 1 of the Fmclo- 19 ff sime. The control circuit governs the gain of a linear amp-11fler con-nected to tho 7hr 'n y 0 r p&7 rW~ R 1-1 !Fr,, I T"r7- ~hlg SUBMITTM; o0 V-P RTF sovi ENCL. 01 M CODE - OP F gilt zen. -NI-71,17, P: C-K-t. Fig. 1. Block diagnm of stabilizaticn- .m. 27 - -, - -- -- --- - --- - --- -- I ~- - - ~ Y&FIMMto D.D. Investigatlon of purified human serum r-globulin by means of a gel immunoeleotrophoretic method. Vop. medo khim. 6 no#3;260-263 my-je 16o. (14IBA 14:3) 1. Nauchno-iseledovatellskiy institut opidemiologiip mikrobiologii i gigiyeny Moskva. tGA11,1A GLOBULIN) (ELECTROPHORMIS) YEFIMOV2 D.D. Innunoelectrophori3sis ill gel; Sarvey. Trady IEMG no.8:211- 223 161. Method of immLnoelectrophoresis in gel and its use in the appraisal of intraplacental sera and gamma globulin prepara- tions. lbi.d.:224-24.1 (14IRA 17:2) ZORINA, O.M.; ST"EKOLINIKOV, L.1.; FLIPINER, Z,Ye. Ef.'Lect of ultrasonic waves on tho structure and function of y-globulin. Biokhimiia 30 no.4t844-852 JI-Ag t65. Production of purified Vi-antig'ens of some representative mi'probes of the intestinal groups. Zhur.mikrobiol., epid. i immm. 32 no.12; 115-12-0 N 161. (MIRA 14:1.1) l..* Iz Moskovskogo instituta epidemiologii, mikrobiologii i-gigiyeny. (ENTEROBACTERIACEAE) (ANTIGENS AND ANTIBODIES) YEFIMOVY D.N., inzh. ---------------- Determining torque by the tensiometric method. Trakt. I sellkhozmashe 31 no.n329 11 161o (MIRA 3.4:12) 1e VIK im. T.R.Villyamea ~Torque) YEFIMOVp D.N. Selection and evaluation of slip rings for the measurement of torques of rotating shafts of various machinery. Izm.tekh. no-51 18-20 My 163. (MIRA 16slO) YATSUK, Ye*P., kand.tekhn.naulk; 17EFIMOV, D.N. Studying the process of soil cutting with the knives of a tiolicoidal cutter. Trakt. i sellkhozmaoh. 33 no.l2sl7-18 D 161. (MIRA 17t2'. KARINYCH, Dmitriy Fedorovich, brlgadir; YEFIMOV, Dmitrly Vasillyevich, at. iranterj WRINA, Taisiya YURCHFYKO, V.I., red. [Every worker should have a technical and economicplanl~ Kazhdomu rabochamu - tekhniko-ekonomicheskii plan. Rostov-na-Donu, Rostovskoe knizhnoe izd-voj 1965- 45 P. (MIRA 18:12) JEFRITOV) F. A.- Sharkov, V. L and Efimov, F. A., On the chemical composition of wood p-,Llp. IX. Investigation of the composition of hemicellulose of the con;lfcrous pulp. 1". 1045 30: J. Applied Chem. (USSR) 21, No. 10 (1948) For the investigation of the chemical composition of the hemicelluloses of pulp, the method of quantitative analysis of the products of their 5-stage hydrolysis is used. In the hydrolysis products, several sulbstances were found: glucose, mannose, galactose, xylose, arabino5e, niethyl-pentose and acids f rom which one could determine the presence of the hemicelluloses of the corresponding polysaccharides. Investigation shows that the glucanes entering ihto the composition of h-,-micelluloses have a varying stability on dissolving and hydrolyzing agents which points to the existence of various glucanes. The All-Union Scientific Research Inst. of the Hydrolysis Industi-r. March 21p 1947 YEFIF'OV, F. A. 33220. Primengniye Shlaka Pri Ochistke Sveklovichnogo Soka. Caxap. From-St', 1949, 110- 10, c. 39 SO: ~etopis'Zhurnallnykh Statey, Vol. 45, 14oskva, 1949 YUVIOV, _ F. A. and GORBAN ',, D. V. "]industrial Capacity of Filter Presse.1)" Sakh* Pmmoq 26.. No-3,, 1952 YXFIMOV, ?.A. Auger sand catcher. Sakh.prom. 28 no.5:30-31 154. (XLRA 7;9) 1. Shopetovskiy sakharny7 zavod. (Sugar industry--Equipment and supplies) YFJFIMOVI F.F. 25132 YEFIMOV, F-F- Ispollzovanie Podk0r=:)chnY-kq Xulltur Zele-~cgo Konveyera. Sots. Zhivotnovodstvo, 19119, 'go-3, G. 61-66 SU: Letopin' No. 33, 1949 XAGAFOVA, V.D.o YWIMOVo F.F. 7amillal disease of diaphyoeal exostools and enostoois Ortopo, travm. i protez. 19 no,'5:75-77 S-0 '58 (Miu 11;12) I* Iz Leningradskogo nauchno-iosladoVatelickogo pediAtrichookogo inatituta, (dir. - A.L. libov) '* (BONI DISBASBS,~ case report's familW diaphyseal exostois & onostosis (RUB)) (XXOSTOSES. MULTIPLE, case reports same (fts))