SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT YEVSEYEV, K. P. - YEVSEYEV, S. V.

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LIVOV9 K.A.; :FOPOVICH9 II.L.; SERGIYEVSKIYO II.M.;KONDIA00 O.Ad; SPEEFOOVp D.L.; GORSM , V.P.; BOYTSOVA.. Ye.P.; BOGRMSOVA, T.B. - GOIRSM, I.I. , otv. red.; otv. red.; v KRAMOV, I.I., red.; FOKRMSKdA',R.m*' red.; DERZUVIIU, N.G., ~red.izd-va;- GUROVA., O.A.) tekhn, redo [Resolutions of the Interdepartmenial Conference on Working out of Unified Stratigraphic Schemos for the Urals] Resheniia. mezl,vedomstvenr-%ogo soveshchaniia pa razrabotke unifitsirovan- iVIdi stratigraficheskikh skhem dlia. Urala. Rassmotreno i ut- vor21deno 14ezhvedomstvannym stratilTaficheakim komitetom 9 fev- ralia 1960 go, MoAva$ Goo. nauchnei-tekhn. Izd-vo lit-ry PO_ geoL. i oldwane nedr,, 1961. , 150 p.. (14IRA 15%2) 1. .13oveshch"e po unifikateii sti-atigrafichaskikb skhem Urala I po nootnonheniyu drevnikh irvit Urala i flueakoy plat- foririy, Sverdlovokp 1956. (Ural Mountains-Geology, Sixatigraphic) YEVSEYEV, K.P., kand.gool.-mineral.nauk (Leningrad) Priroda 1 no.3t6l ?,r 162. Waterfall on Sakhalin. (MA 15:3) (Sakhalin-..Waterfalls) YEVS,EYEVP K.P.-; KOREN13 T.N. Silurian a,edimnts of the L4=va structaral-facies zone in the -Arctic IUral Mountains. Trudy VSEGEI 86:77-12 164 WIRA 17:11) Ha4imobahamia i radlofikataiia v stranakh narodnot d ´┐ŻAdiobroadwstiag ewkrw - demeracy and raffi.o developmrint in the countries of peoplats (Paao, 1950,, no. 4,, PO 12), DLCt TK5,WoR76 SO: Soviet Tromi3ortation and cations. A BibUoSEWIX, Ubrary of Congress, Raference Departmentp Washingtons 1952y Unclassified. OZ'9CnOSLoVA1aA/Ra&io, Radiof ication Aug 5, "In Countries of the People's Democracy," L. yovdeyev p 1 49 1950, about one billion zloty vas spent 1, nov has land f or raxUof ication. Polant eds of radio clubs.1 vith about 6,000 mes- bora. The nev Houze of Radio In Rumania vi2l. hd~te a concert ball seating 1,000. Soviet acous- tics gpecialists helpe(I In soun4proofing the, at'd(lion of the House of Radio. There are now', MIL'. D'Aai0fication, Aug 51. i~~e than 3 million radio receivers in czachoaio-. vikia- The Czech radio:industr;~ is nov-produe'I receivers for corlm=ications lines and;a,lsa 96, tube receivers for triplex telegraph reception. ALIPER071CH., Yu.I.; GUTCHIN, I.B.; KAYBYSHEVA, L.S.; TEPLOV, L.P.; BOCDjL',IOVp G.G.; DROHYSHEV, Yu.G.; &IRNOV, G.V.; TRUtYAKOV~ V.S,; DREYDOp ILL; Y.7,13rITIV, XI'F-BAKGVj S.A.; FMCIMIKO, V.p red, (The ABCIs of automation; collected articles) Azbuka avto- matiki; sbornik. MoskWL, Molodaia gvardiia, 1964. 349 p. WMA 17. :7) YVISims"I, N.-) MJIA-`ITSKIY~ A. V., and Ye. IfNethod -Jetermination o--*' thc-,,.)ize of Colloidal Particles," Koll. ;,,.t 2.1 6, YNSZTEV. M. VASILEMY. Yo Factory of maclitne accounting. Dan. I kred. 14 no-12:39-40 D 156. (MTRA 10:2) (Machino accounting) -1. YINF) M,,T F 2 UnR (600) :I; Tobacco Induatry - keounting 17. Organization of bookkeeping with labora.tory control of moisture and impurities in yellow le-af tobacco at the "Union 'Rxi Tobacco" trust. Tabak 13 nol 6, 1952. 9.1 MontLhl st of Aussian Accessioaa, Libraxy of Congress Li March 1953. Unclassified. Ye Vs- F- yt--- V/ M USSR/Human and Animal Pathogens F Abs Jour : Ref Zhur Diol., No 1, 1959o 300 Auth. Kinyapina, S.N., Amirkha- or : Lukin, Yu.13-, Yevseev,. nova., M.G. Inst Ufinsk Institute of Vaccines and Sera Title Comparative Evaluation of' Several Methods for RemfinG Pyrocen from Sera PLwified by the "Diaferta-3 IEM AMN" Method OriG Pub Tr. Ufimsk n.-i. in-ta valktsii i syvorotok Abstract No abstract. Card 1/1 -,25 BRON, O.B., doktor tekhn. nauk prof.;,~~,TVSFYEV, M.Ye., inzh. Camposite Contactors subject to Increased heat stress ar4 load duration. E-i.ektrotakhnika 35 no.9:47-49 8 164, (MIRA 17-.11) YEVSSYEV, M.Ye.;, LAMAGIN, K.A.~ 10MIN. G.B.; MOROZOVAx I.A.; M. 1. PAIRAMCCUKOVA, V.I.,-, KAWRKOVSM. D.M. prof... r-+-qenzent-, GOLIDIN, O.Ye.-r dotx.s retsenzenct; L*t ted. (Alternating mrrent thooq,-~ manual. on.. the solution of ppalems in the. theoreti.p.al principles-of electrical erlglille'6 ring] 'Teoriia toko-kil. po6obie k re- shenibi zadach po teoreticheskim'oshovom alektra- tekhnikl.. [Byj,M.E.AEvreav i dr, . Laniq~Tads S!wacco. ZapiOlnyi politeklin. in-t. Ft.2. -1964. 337 P. (,KIRk l8t7) 1. Kafedra "Teoretichoskiye osnovy elelitroteUmilcia Leningradskogo elektrotekhnicheskogo institutap wryazi im. Bonc~B-ruyevi-:ih (for Goildin, Pines), L 33115-66 -eijbifs-W/o-i[t4/66/kv/062/0235lo236 ACCNRI AM24M3 som. AMOR.0 lavfyalov. A* .1j.; LimLh... A. A. ILf~.Ichanqv:,% "~; Up Poo A",anovr.!~Zj, Kip Yue; Borgor, A* Yap; Groyors L* Kp; Tocrakov P. i RMor Too V o Flatman 0; YO 0 -tuban Te-1 6r1K5-, W.-EG; jfwoff YO. M.1 A71107-4(amal Do USF T10va-Yov- ORO: none --TITZZt -somices mz.- E;lektrono0h'Am---noo Zo ~196.6. 235.4~%, MW 4'.0 %-MCTi: 0(sip 136ilaioi Bron' iw lorti Iii: l896: 1:n ~~tqi. In 1920. ho grvAmv~,A. frout thn physics--math -faculty of ~ Khap I kovTechno~ogiaml .1natitt4to * Ile bocam a pro- fossor In 19304 - Ile d6fanded his dodtorfs, thosid in-194d; , Duriiie, the secondworld war ho was in'tho namrj. After demobilization in 1950. Engineer dolonol Bron iront to word tonching at the LoplWad Tndustrial Corrommdanco Scheele He bocam Uio head of tho Chair of TIwo ical Bases of Electrical Toobnology in 1958. Ito is aloe-IV as*ociatod idth soisntific and dovelopmnt work. and. has cooperated closely In this --a"a-mith th L%ningEad -"Glektroallaff plant -sincio- 1946- His work 'as been in the ~4 lAt alm s* Ito has published over 11#0 aroa3 of spar INVMg and -Pamr, oil-in Ere r scientiflo works and 19 inventions SUB COM 05, 09 SUBM DAM n=e I-Card-1/1 _L 09939-6? B7,.-ir 1L.,!,.ip (t1jjp(c) jD ACC-NR: AP6021061 SOURCE.CODE: Ult/0'29'2/66/000/003/0045/0048 AUTHOR; Bron. 0; B.. (Doctor of technical acioncoi-o"Pirofeaeor); Yevileyev'.M. 1(e, (Engineer) ORG: none '.'MTLE: Permissible heating of silverLd. silver -coritainIng contacts SOURCE: Elektroteklinika, no. 3, 1966, 45-48 :TOPIC TAGS: electric contact, silver cTffi4aet_~_ quipment co 'bL~e *from silver and Sox- 15 ABSTRACT: Power-switching-e ntacts m (Ag 1- 15% CdO), SOM- 10 (,Ag 4- 107o CuO), -and SN-40? no were ...g+,Ni) compositio :tested (by,various Sovie0and Western researchers j H. Westhoff, T. H. Braunschweig, DissertatiGn, 1963) at temperatures up to 190C for 4000-6000 hro :continuously; -some were tested under 12-hr-on 12-kr-bff conditions for 4000 hrs' Card UDC: ~PZI-. `~18.066.6:669..mooi,.z U 09939-67 ACC NR: AP6021061 !at 195-ZOOC. It was found that: M- Both the silver!rcontact and composition- resistances conaiderably fall off with time and.rdmain at their lowest value s; (Z) At temperatures as low as ZOOC, coldwqlding was observed in silver 'contacts. Based on the above experimental data thdoe recommendations are Q -suggested for modifying Soviet GOST Standard Tn)?F.rature rise (over 40C) for 'Ag and Ag-containing low-voltage contacts, 80C in air and 50C in oil; maximum 'temperature for the same contacts but operating at:*j4iroitages, 110-130C in air' ;and 85-90C in oil depending on-thq contacts desiga. '!'-Qtig. art. has: 10 figures 'and 2 table a. !SUB CODE: 09 SUBM DATE: none ORIG REV: .-.006 OTH REF: 004 J: YE7VSETLV, N.F. 2'--' no.S.' 1;7-60 jig '165.-- 1. llervnoyc otdoloniye (zav. profo- R.A.Slinklinovich) Mentrallnogo na-L.,chno-issledovatellskogo Instituta eksportizy trudosposobnosti i organizatsii truda invallidov (dlr. prof. D.I.Gritskevich). YEVSEYEV fliko j9doKoy;~qh;, FEDIIIA, UIV., red.; SOKOLOVA., I.A.., teiiin. red. [Collection- o-f-norms for the free dlstribut~, on o pro ea Ave clbthingt-~proteative footwear and Ej ifet y de-Oice-,Ao them workers and employees in t6 rood j,'rLdustm) sbornik- norm -vesplatn,oi vydachi spetsodezhdy, syetsobuvi i predokhrani- tellrykh prispoooblenii rabochimi sluzhashchim pishchovoi Pishchapeot promyshlennosti. Vo.-,kva rlvdat,, 1963. 295 P. (MIRA 17: 1) l.: Profsoluz rabochikh pisbehevoy 1?'romyshlennoBtie TSentrall- Nomitet. (Food industry-Safety measures) (Clothing, Protective) YEMEN. 1I.F. paiA. 65 no.2:187-192 f65- (11M~ I. lilervrioye otdeleniyc (zaveda,-ushcHy prof. R.A. Shakhnovich) TSantrallnogo irlstituta ekapertizy trudos-posobiloot-I i orFanizatsil i..ruda invall-lov Gritskevich), Mcln~va. YFVSF-YF-V, N-K4. MR/Kedicide Veterinary FD-1306 Card 1/1 Pub .157-6/22 Author *xqVffeyev) N. K. Title Retmlts of our work. In a sovkhoz 'Periodical Veterinarlya, 9., 18-21, Sep 195k- Abstract SovMhoz "Gorki Uw has been very successful in raising poultry and milk- yia1-ding--fa=-an1w.W, Fifteen. vorkers of the sovkhoz collective were t -la or for their ef - avarded the hono rar y title of 0~ -b- - forts in 1952. TUB puts the sovkhoz collective under obligation to make greater conturibution. tc;mrd fulfill n of the program, drawn, by the September P2ezr&m of the Central Committee of the CPSU. The Plenum pointed out also that rise In cattle raising is of utmost importance to the country since cattle serves as food and as raw material for light industry. Institution Order of Lenin Sovkhoz "Gorki Il.," Maskovskaya Oblast (*Senior Veterinary Physician) Submitted starshiy veterinarrAy7vrach; SIYJOROV, P.A*, veterinarW Use of antibiotics. Yeterinariia 32 no.8:58-61 Ag 155.092A 8:10) I.Sovkhoz "Gorki'N", Nuntsenakoge rayona, HeIskevsksr oblasti. (ARTIRIOTICS) (POUMY--MDING AM MDING ftws) ADS JQU' R. R R/ZhBiol. INO. 1959, 40. -L2190/ Art In F ~op*,-yl 4 '70,, 02IG-. 1"U'13. A obt%" by -:~Jdin- 31olitl'--ion, cr -I*,,,-'-. .`.~--ed0 n. -00" cil-nl-ill- -,%'a'ker U b,.r feodiin- I.T "al-.1r, wit-ft of laryngotracheit.ij :2 PFJ:-2 1--taip lor 4-~ V., iin f-o~- ' c.~f 3- f.,, T,--.,c)ducod S'We!r,-, ., .- 1. , - - -.L -, is-unse ~:oo c.,W-iredl vti~h an ir r~~C 4,0!., 1/2 ABS UTOUJI, azh-Bicl., No. 1 959, No. T ITU~ MR. IG .p"Upd. A B 9) T R A C'I' of booi Ward: IN? oxirp :P~ wo SOSMXV, P.O.; YEVSEYLV. U.K.; NOVIKOVA, A.U., zaaluzhonVy zootekhnik RSJSRi-Zaole;Mntk po piame-finoy rabote Poultry husbandry on the *Gol-ki 1111 State Farm. Ptitsevodstvo 8, no, 7:10-15 JI 158. (14IRA 11:8) 1.3jDirektor sovkhoza OGorki 110 (for Sosedov). 2. Glavnyy vetvrach sovkhoza "Gorki Il" (for Yevneyev). MultrY) -Al Y6 v-f A~ USSR/Farm Anirmls CaUtl--. Aba J-Dur Ituthor vr,,-q,~v. Inst Titlo Tau Proli iylaxio of bh~~ sord,-rr, of Mobaboll E~-.i Orig Pub 1953,0110 1,0-31 Abstract Cxiv--.iit~ollzal ::7.jj3!3,ur- af 1ii,--'i1,Y productivc cct-'U-1~; olt'raviolot ii~iprovud -*.",,,-; wt*"n-~o of licalt", ol, ni"Ll'tals, liquidat-A ally oy~.TtoLls of alul -u`oxic dysp,~~p,,;-ir. and wilt-n-.xi-nosio in calvJn, a:id fr~-d fanii -~Imiaogcnent :Er--x.,~ th,-- "Ic.,L:d, Of applying wq)Qnsiv~~ v'tcziln D ancl A conc~-,ntra'*. s. Card 1/1 Ye.Yu*-,,.nauebw sotrudnik; PARSHUTIllf,~VsVel prof*; 'MMANTS17A. TESTIOV, L.L., nauchW sotrudnik; YEZVSETEV, ILL, ZoOtekhnik; NOVIKOVA., A.H.,, zooteklmik -ids on sex formation in f6wl. Zhivot- Mect of some amino at. ~.ovodstvo, 24 no.6:89-9,3 A 162. OURA 17: 3) L Voesoyuznyy institut,fiziologii i biokbimli selloko- I:hozyaystvennykh zhivcjtnylh (for Parshutino Rumyantsevap Testov). 2. Sovkhoz "Gorld III' Moskovskoy- oblasti (for Yevseyevo Novikova). 32171-66 . EWP(JJZ!~~Wj~q!)/~-/ERP(t) JP(c) RAVJD ACC NR, AP6012135 (A) sourcs COD&, UIVO413/66IM-070-01/60'55/0055 INVENTORs X r ORG lono TITLF,j Making plastic products. Class 39, No. 180328 SOURCEt Ixobreteniyaj proqrshlennyya obraxtayp toyarnyya znakip no. 79 1966$ 55 TOPIC TAGSt plastic pipe, polymerization h ABSTRACTt An Author Certificate has been issued describing a met f making (35" plastic products, such as pipe, by a process including the _A4- VIP - Mer matenW, simultaneously gluing it with a binderp and subsequently po r1ring the binder. To strengthen the surface layer of the productj the blank is wrapped with one or .more layers of raw cellophane which gradually Aries atan elevated temperature. [LD) SUB CODES U/ SUBH DAM 19oct6l. 678.o26.~.06s621.643 -Vi Cod uDox Iva iv ivcw ir 0 _44 $oil I S U a P4 Is J4- 10 U a if 41,-v kl-t J_ _1_1, 0 PC CC W tt If-011P . ay v, 490 rrat, faf the p(Q4*ctWn al pacus JeAlLher sub V. stiMi 0 0 go 00 1 zoo in ZOO .00 -0-A We t; - I IV tr IV ft it 14 it RIF it cat ait It 6 rw a k4lz~.:Zzug~l:im~~.l~al-wl~-.2i!;N I U* PW rmm Wpm Lam v (Leningrad); YEMYNT, VALursziY, ~.M.' a ngrad Novocaine electraphoresia.for treat peptic ulcers and chronic astritis. Trach. dalo no.3:314 Kr 157 (K~B4 10:5) 9 1. Klinika fakalltetskoy terapli no.2 (i.o.,nach.-prof. P.I. ,Shilov) i kafedra, fizioterapii ikurortologil (zav.-rdots. Ye.l. Molchanov) Voyeano-maditainakoy Akademil im. S.H. Kirova. (PERIVIC ULCJa) (=CTROPHOUSIS) (STONAGR--DISUSES) YEVS&Ygv. N.S. Folytopic bigeminy -of a functional nature. Vrach. delo no.7t 130-131 J1163. (ARM2,11A) NIM 16: 10) yEvsEyEV, P., valitsovshchik Honored metallurgist. Matallurg 10 no.2:33 F 165. (MMA 18; 3) 1. Zavod im. Petrovskagoo t E op 33 ^on-tops Ecii- Wl "0 TsT 7, 195" SO: U-3039, 11 P~ W&M "_~j I I USSR/Geophysics ary -winds D 347 Card 1/1 - Author Yevs eyev, P. K. Title The nature of the s U=-- rdry winds of the southeastern part of the European territory of the USSR Periodical Izv- AH-SSSR, Ser. geofiz. 2, 123-133, Mar/Apr 1954 Abstract, Presents the results of an investigation into the nature of the intense dry winds in the southeast European USSR. On the basis of the conclusions ob- tained the author stands resolutely against the assertion that the dry winds are the result of transport of dry and heated air from Central Asia. Refers to his related earlier work, "Aerologico-synoptic conditions of dry winds in the south and southeast European USSR," Trudy TsIP (Works of the Central Forecanting Institute), No 704), 1948. 18 References all Soviet. Institution Central- Forecasting Institute Submitted March 1.7, 1953 YLVSLTEV$ P. K. ."Experience _Gain&~I in the Muchanized Handling of Meteorolcgical Observations for Agriculturo". Meteorol. i Gidrol~~, No 6, pp 28-30, 1954. The Central Scientific-Research Hydrometoeorological Archives is proc- essing meteorological observations on digital computeri in application to the requirements of agriculture in virgin and fallow lands. It has proc- essed data from t he period 1900-1948 at stations Tomskm Tatarskji and Bar- naul. In accordance with temperature indexes taken from the works of A. A. Shigolev the archives has determined the dates for the onset of phases of development of suatmer wheat of the type Lutescens 62 and Albidum 3700; and for all interphasal periods during each separate-year it has found the date for the t'1egining and end of the period., the duration of the pe- riodii the number of days with precipitation, the total precipitation, fre- quency of number of days with maximun temperature 300 and greater with relative humidity less than 25% and with cloudiness of 8-3.0 balls. (RZhGeol, No 11, 1,955) SO., Sum No 884, SI Apr 1956 The weatber rand forecas,ting it, !6. ZP 110DINTAW.1 1101. 6. no.- 1, Jan. 1956- S0: Monthly List of Enst Ealropean Accessions, (EEAL), LC, Vol. 5;, NP. 6 June, 19560 Uncl. YEV-SEEM, P. K. and SAPOSMIKOVA, S. A. "Knowledge of the Characteristics of Climate as it Effects the Growth Period of (11orn and Wheatl~"' In Book Works.of the Scientific Research Institute on Aerbelimatology;-.-published by Hydrometeorology Publishing House, Moscow, 1958. AUTHOR: ..-Yevseyev P. K. TITLE: The Distribution of Show a- and Cou4inuous Raln6 'in the Territory of the USSR-(Raspredeleniye livnevykh i oblozhnykh osadkov na territorii SSSR) PERIODICAL: Meteorologiya i Gidrologiya, 1958, 1Tr 3, PP. 13-2o (USSR) ABSTRACT: Rainfall, 'is. divided into three types: shorter, Continuolff tali ani drizzl:e,~. Accordingly the types of these precipitations are recorded in the meteorological stations beside measurements of precip-itaions. Each type is caused by very special processes taking place in the atmosphere. Generally the showers and downpours are either in connection with the origin of the cold fronts or with the instability of the air within their mass. Continuous rains. ' ' occur in the passage of warm fronts or from central parts of cyclones. The light rains* L; are characteristic of the stable air masses. The working experience of the synoptists shows that the observers of the meteorological stations in the overwhelming majority of cases xecord thq nature of the Card 1/4 precipitationB according- to the retoilations, i. e.,,that they Th6 Distribution of Showers andt COUtlUIXOU S:Rslzw 1:1i 50-58-3-2/22 the Territory of the USSR give correct indicationo to the connection. of the precipitations with a certain type of atmospheric processes. Consequently it is possible to divide the total figure of the quantity of precipitation measured in a meteorological station with sufficient accuracy into two parts: into the quantity of precipitations with shower character.- and the quantity of continuous rains' ' _ A separate investigation of the atmospheric precipitations is of great importan ce for the ,solution if several -problems ~1) It permits to determine the quantity of the downpour precipitationa and their diatribution in time and space which has hitherto not yet been att 'ained and which is of special importance for the investigation of climatic conditions. 2) The investigation of the quantitative distribution of downpour precipitations will better determine the part played by tMregions below them in the formation of the precipitations and consequently also precisely define the problems of the humidity circulation. 3) A separate investigation of precipitations will permit a precise determination of problems connected with the Card 2/4 investigation of the soil dampening and the formation of the 7' 2/22 The Distributlon of5howers and C=tltums IWIW 50-58-3- the Territoryiof the USSR flowoffe In,thin.article the scheme of the distribution of showers and of C04-tinuOW rains in the territory of the Soviet Union is given and the types of precipitation in the course of a year are shown, as they are ~characteristic of large physical-geographical regions of the country. As basis for these works served the meteorological observations made at go stations from 1936 to 1954. The period of the values used for the analysis according to individual stations varies between lo and 19 years. For all stations at first tho average values of the shower and 6=tjnU0V5tSja', for every year and then their multiannual average values for every individual month were obtained. Ali data were subjedted to a careful and critical analysis. In the middle latitudes --of the-continent-the humidity-content everywhere increases in the lower half of the troposphere-due to the rise of temperature and increasing evaporation in the warm season, therefore the maximum values of the precipitations are only observed here in the summer - ' -. Ouch a phenomenon on the Card 3/4 continent is observed everywhere when considering the The. Distribution 'of Showers and Contii==,WW~.: 50-~58-3-2/2? the Territory of the USSIR precipitatiohs,as such, without dividing them into types. But when the annual course is considered separately, another relation is obtained. On that occasion it becomes evident that in some regions the annual course of the quantity of shover precipitations Is-opposite-t-o1he annual course of the quantity of lasting precipitations. In other regions, however, it develops parallel"for both types of precipitations. At the same time all types of the annual course of shower and eon~inuousralzls~.:, have -a completely -concrete physical basis. The distribution of these two types of precipitations in mainly caused by the circulation of the atmosphere as well as by seasonal changes and above all by the intendity of the cyclonic circulation. There are 4 figuree and,2 references, all of which are Soviet. 1. Pr6cipItation-USSR 2. Precipitation-Analysis Card 4/4 -30) AUTHOR; Yev6eyev, F. K.- TITLE: --- -Interrelation Between the Atmosph~,Tic Precipitations and the Total ,Radiation, Evaporation and Absolute HtzaLdity .(Svyazl atm,)sfernyk~ osadkov 9 summarnoy radiatsiyey, ispareniyem i absolyutnoy vlazh- PERIODICAL: Meteorologiya i gidrologiya, 1958, Nr 10,,Pp 18-23 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The solar radiation, when falling onthe basement area, is warming ' the latter and intena ifying,evagoration~ This leads to an increase in the moisture content of the air. If the basement area 4S Suf- ficiently. moistened and the radiation intensive enough, the thermo- dynamic processes in the atmosphere are.terminated by the formation of cumulus rain clouds and fall of pelting rain (cloudbtxrst). If these processes are not sufficiently active, additional forces are then necessary to raise the warm, moistened air up to the con- deneation level. This additional lifting of the warm air is caused on cold fronts mostly by the underflowing of cold air and by an upward removal ot the "local" warm air. On a sufficient activity of the processes mentioned pelting rains take place. Thus the total radiation, local evaporation and absolute humidity directly take Card 1/3 part in the formation of the kind of precipitations mentioned. SOT/50-58-10-3/20 Interrelation Between the Atmospheric Precipitations and the Total Radiation, Evaporation and Absolute Humidity (~aite a different picture can be seen in the formation of general rain. In middle latitudes they are related with the passing of warm.air fronts or cyolone centers. These precipitations are, with respect to the area on which they use to fall, of "foreign" nature, viz. they have been formed outside this area.- Therefore. the solar, , radiation, local evaporation and absolute humidity of the cor- - responding area cannot exert a direct influence upon the formation of precipitations of that kind. These factors are only capable of intensifying or reducing the nascent processes. T o t a -I R a d i a t i o n. Table 1 presents the correlation coefficients between the radiation and both kinds of precipitation (Ref 3)~ It may be seen from it that nearly in the whole European part of the USSR there is a close relationship between pelting rainfalls and radiation.- The connection between radiation and general rains has a reverse character sinoe,fAll (excepted Murmansk) correlation coefficients have a negative sign and very unstable values,. The above statements are hereby confirmed~ L o c a 1 E Y a p o r a t i o n . Intable 2 the correlation co- efficients between local evaporation (from Ref 4) and precipitationi Card 2/ 3 are given. It may be said that local evaporation influences only SOV/50-58-10-3/20 Interrelation Between theAtmospheric Precipitations and the Total Radiation, Evaporation and Absolute Humidity thoue prec_ipLtations of the warm season which are formed by a clos- interaction between the air masses and the basement area of the region on which they fall. Herethe same difference holds true in, the relation of the two kinds of precipitations as wen as FM mdiation The less distinct connection bet-ween evaporation and pelting rains in the north is due to very moderate direct radiation in summer. In the south the relationship is diminished by a less intense moistening of the basement area in si-mer. A b 3 6 'A. u t. e K U" m i d i t y. -The statement of 0. A. Drozdov (Ref 5) that the- amount -of precipitation -is about -proportional to the absolute humidity, is accurAte only up to a certain degree for pelting rainfalls in the medium latitudes. The correlation coeffi- cients between the latter kind of precipitations (Pig 1) and absolute humidity indicate a VA_ 10 . interrelation in-the entire USSR with the exceptioX'O~~--'~' a-t-ral Asia. The dependence described in the s thus coafir 'th respect to all 3 factors discussed. beginning i med w.. The precipitations in the form of general rain entirely depend on the intennity of cyclonic circulation.- There are 2 figures, 2 tables, and 6 Soviet roferoa--~es. r 1a d r 5/3 Measua-iDg the sirrEace at Moak--:;v.:kly inst-,;tiil,- 'abaii J. splavov. F.P.; BMWV,, V.S- The S-108 groovirg machine. Biul. - tekh,-elwu.~ lufoM~ =0:29 -11 (HIRA 11: 6) 158. (Broaching machines) BELYARCHIKOV, L.N.; ORIGORASH, PANOV, AS. (doomed) Peculiarities of the operating co-.4itions of electric slag refining equipment. Izv. vys. ucheb. zav.; chem. met. 6 no.7t76-82 163. (MIRA 16:9) 1. Hookovskiy inatitut stali i splavov. (Zone melting) (Eleetrometallurgy) YET-UMV, P.P.; PANOV, A.V [doco Rs Measuring the electrooonductil,ify Of m1ten slag5. Zav,lab. -110 no.8MI-972 (IMIRA 1,811) 1. Moskovskiy institut stal! i spiavov. T.?IVfifI.fEV, P,T* [4ays of nnsuring the solve-icy of aonn-.rclall Pati obeemchoniia platezhosposobnoiti torr ,ov,vkh organizataii. LIvov, Iza-vo L Ivovskogo univ., 1958. 73 P. (MIRA. 12:12) (Russia-Connerca 7. Condi-tion.-I-I refle--~ activit,y of c!A11-1-~-. gov. zootekh- 7 NO-2 1,9523 HiolocliclV~z;!--Ich "aul- 1',3,-;soyuznnZ,, Institut TAA of Rupstan Accessions, Llbrar,v of Allf~ust P-152. Ur,c?-a,,,,.,i ified. 1. rFVz-;E;YFV, P. Yet, DIROMENKO, N.P., KUYOLEVA, A.I., ZUBRILIN, AA Prof. 2 USSIR (600) Rumination Physiological role of the rumen in the process of digesting the cellulose in coarse feed., Sov.Zootekh., 7, No.12, 1952 9. 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Lenln&Tad, Goa. isd-vo lit-ry po strolt,, ar1chit. I stroit.materialan, 1960, 99 P. 13:5) (Electric wiring) AN DIANOT, L. I.; BETSY R.Te., POTOWTSKIY, A.M.; KUMTSOVO V.A.; OBIRSM , A.A. Arrangement of copper-alumimin crossovers In the bus bare of electrolytic oellse Promeenforge 15 no*4:17 AP 160. (KM 13:6) (Blectrometallurg7) (Bus conductore(Electricity)) AKUIDV, I.A.j,~-kand.~ tekhn.nauk.,dotse ALEKSEYEV Ye K.,, inzh.; GUIR&RI, M.Di,- Inzh4 [deceased]; DIEUTRI-YEV, I.S... kand. tekhn.nauk, dots.; '7',vVSF,Yj."Ig R.Ye., inzh,; ZILIMRBERG,, A.L.., inzh.; LIVSHIIS.. L.S.v -i~M-.tekhn.nauk; MELINIK, 11J., inzh.; HAMMOVAs EX v inzh.; TARAIT,, V*D*., prof., doktor tx&hn.nauk- FALIKENICH, A:S., kand.teldm. nauk; TSEGELISM, V.L., inA.; CHF-1-11YAK, V.S., inzh.; SHILMSEV, D.P.,, inzh.; ZVEGIVITSEVA, K.V., --;nzb., nauchnyy red.; TYURIN, V.F., inzh.,,nauchMy red.; VOTITYA14,13M,A. K.., glav. red,; SOKOLOV D.V., zam. glavered,; SEREB=,MIKGV,,S.$., red.; MIKH YK.A.Pred.; 6TARGVERQV[,-I.G.v' red.; VOLOODIN, V.Ye.,, red.i.NIKOLAYEVSKIY, Ye.laej,red.; qTKIRA,L.S.,re1I.izd-va; PEMVALYUKsM.V..,red. izd-va; RUDAKOVA, N.I., tekhn. red. (Welding operations in building]Svarochnyo raboty v stroitellstve. Mo- skyalGosstrotizdat.1962. 783 p. (MIRA 15:6) (Welding-Handbooks, rmnuals, etc.) (Building) DOMAIISKIY,'Yuliy Ivanovich; BOGDAIIOVA, Zorya Nilovna; YEW= T~ Ye.,, red, [Hand mandrels for driving-i-n dowels in the installation of electrical wiring and electrical equipment) Ruchnye opravki dlia zabiveniiadiubelei.pri. montazhe elektro- provodok i elektroizdelii. Moskva, Energiiap 1964. 19 P. (Biblioteka elektromontera, no.130i (MIRA 17:12) a or tekhn nauk# prof.; YURKMCH,, 0. Ej~ [Igvoi iev, S.19 dokt rrkevych, 0.], kandfLz,-m&tsm:nauk; BMARWO., A.$ kand, gecol.-mineral.nauk; KRUGGYAKOVAt 0. Cra-OU&kovao R.I. kand. gool.-mineral.nauk MLnet as a rsioarch laboratory. Nauka i zhyttia 12 no.4-.11-14 Ap 162. (Geophysics) ]-,,vsec-;, V "An I:nvestiaatlon of ~he F~Opographic-Tsosta tic ~educticn c' of thc~ Fllab Line anU* of Gravit~~, and "he i~ia.-~iirvuticm of Isosta-sy -In the Claucaaus.ll I Trudy Tsantr. Naucheic-Is--led. lnstitutla j ,;o. 29, 1939, pp. 111 4~. 'he N Ir IfIsos.tatic Anomalica of Gravity-in lorthern GIMCMiS and the I oblemzs OF Naiucliao-Is sled. Institut-a G~~odozi T Aoro~~ Ion.' i ljeodetic- ~:r.%vDnefry. 11 Trudy Tsentr. le- i Karto:vrafil, Leningrad, NO. 29, 1939, F,;.:. 51:~-75- YUSIff"I S*V* Local anomalies-of gavity and lsost4sy,, Trudr_ Geof ItAnst, no,22: 111-116 1540 (KM 8:4) (Isostasy) (Gravity) PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION 826 Yevseyevp Sergey Vasillyevich 0 nekotorykh zakonomernostyakh gravitatsionnogo polya zem)-l i Ikh znachianii dlya geodezil I geofiziki (Certain RegulazIties in the Boxth's Gravitational Field and Their Signifloanae for Geodesy and Creophysios) FAyev,, Izd.-Vo Akademli nauk UkrSSR9 1957, 70 P. 1,500 copies printed, Sponsoring Agency: Akademiya nauk Ukrain.skoy SSR. Seysmicheskiy aektor. PURPOSE: The pamphlet is intended for scientists and teachers working in the field of geophysics and geodesq,,, COVEMAGE: The pamphlet presents observation data on gravitatiou- phenomena used to deduce certain new laws concerning the Earth's gravitational field. The gravimetric polygons were set out in ii,iountainous areas, including the Pamirs,, Cauoaous,, Alps,, South Himalayas,, North Himalayas,, Altayj, Caxpathians,, and in Hawaii. Card 1/,:', Certain -Regulai-ities in. the,:Earth.9 0. (cont*,) .826 The book analyzes and evaluates-the data obtained and discusses px,aatical applications. The author empahsizes that some of these pi:-obl(=s are still little known,, but knowledge of them is essential in.broadening the visia.6 of geophysical and geodetic studies'. The w.xthor-believes he has succeeded in proving that the values of gravitational acceleration change with altitude. -.He offers a nam interpretation of regional anomallem; he is skeptical of the applitiation of theories of isostasy; inadditlon,, he re-examines the interpolation and extrapolation of 11,,ravitational anomalies to rander their estimations more realistia,,. The following Soviet sl:ientist~s are mentioned as having contributed to the study of the new t3,pe anomalies; F, N. Xrasovsk:Ly,,- A, A, Izotov, A. N. Tikhonov, Jr. A. Magnitskiyt Yu. D. Bulanzhe,, and lit. S, NoIodenskiy. There &Lrle 11. figures, 10 tables., 28 Soviet reTerenoes, 4 Geman, and -1.EngUsh. TAB.M. OF CONTENTS: Introduction 3 I. Cantemporainj Problems of Theoretical Gravimetry 5 Card 2/3 Certain Re,gularities in the Earth's (Cont.); 826 II. Observed Gravity Values 6 , Chin& AM le~ nAravity-VaIiiis with 10 IV, Geophlrsical Meaning o;.r Gravitational Anamalles 23 V. Localized Gravitational Anomalies 32 VI. Re-gional .Anomalies and Isostasy 46 VII. Geodesy and Gravitational Anomalies 53 VIII, Resolution of Gravitational Anomalieo Acoording to Altitude 66 Bibliograpby 70 AVAILABIX: Library of Congress 14M/~rde 11-26-58 Card 3/3 YEvnyzvi S,.V, ClEvoieiev, S-V-1 .,ow"mm"O Wjjrd'vu"d~'hodograph and the structure of the earthts crust in the Cai-pathian region based on data collected on two earthquakes. Gool. zhur. 18 no.l-.68-74 t58- (MIRA 11;5) (Carpathian Mountain region--Seismology) (Hodograph) larthquake of Yebruary 20, 19514 and the oarthes Crust in the franecarpathian Kountain region# Aeolechare IS noe41122-116 (KIRA 12:1) Olograd, Hungary--Zarthquake*, 1951) (Tranecarpathla-Phpical geography) Q YEvarnmr, s.v. mysioilov, sa. prof BUOH9 PAJB40 P.T.3; VIDUYEV, I-I.GjViduiwv., M.I. S.V.1 doktor tekhn. nmk,, retsenzent- YVSBY~ ~ "i dbktor.-t-e-k-hn. nauk.- retsenzent; cots,, kand. tekbn. muk, retsonzent; USIGHANSKIYOCG&A,~~.-,C-iLl- !Iqi $0. S. ] ;kand, tek6.n=k,:qtv. red.; PCIAMICITO,B.V, Flheory of errors an& the method of le;:st squares]Teoriia po- I.lylok i sposib naimensbykh kvadrativ. I'viv', Vyd-vo Llvivslko- ijio univ. Pt.l. 1960. 366 P* (KRA 15:11) (Least equares) (Goodesy) V~51!31TSFXI, I,arjj~s Zinov tyevich; Geargiy 1v -b~)r tekhr.. nriuk, i,)tv. rcd.; M If. red. [Studying Lho alastic propirties of contairan,, liviiiialul Upriigikh 3volotv poristy-kh geologl'uhpaskiltL Cired; nderzha5hrIARI'a zbidkosti. Kiev, flaukova duwka~ 1965. 74 (I,JRA 1-8:9) Ml LIM -,.___ACC_NRt.-AT6028373--- - --- -- SOUME clowl UIR/0000/65/000/000/0085/0090 AUTHOR; Yevoevey, 041~ V. ORG: none TITIE: Gravitational field or the earth and isostary SOURCE: International Geological Congress. 22d. Hew Delhi, 196h. Goologichaskiyc rezulltaty prikladnoy geofiziki (Geological restEta of applied geophysics); doKlady sovetakikh geologov, problema 2. Moscow, Izd-vo ;-Nedra, 1965, 85-90 TOPIC TAGS: isostary, gravity anomaly, reboundi, gravimetry aRn V mi r1oAj f'IeZO ABVRACT:1 This articlepresents an anal3rsis of the generally accepted technique of determining the effect of elevation upon gravity anomalies. In order to avoid unreliable-or incorrect results, it is necessary to fulfill several strict condi- tions. InTarticular it is necessary to,moaify the technique by using the Fourier expansion-, -In various parts of the world,- the value of the coefficient of elevation remains the'same and is equal.to the Bouguer reduction factor. A relationship exists between thf-I'local anomalies (obtained after remaying the regional background) and isostatic tizomalies. Introduction-of the above coefficient appears to be useful when mean I-Sravity anomalies are used. Free-air anomalies mqj be represented as a sum of the expansion terms, each of which is prt~portional to the average elevation Card To Fe -IIThe- Problarl -of theDevalopment-of the.Podolisk 'Fomationt (Podnestrov'YOO" Dok. ANs 67,, No. 1., 1949.