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ZIPMID, O.K.; GLA11UY, I.N.; YALIIIIVA~ I.G.; Z11, Obtaini-cr high-quality salt by recrystal- n trud. UkeITIISolf no.7:99-102 164 BRASLAVSKIY, Ionif Hoisayevich; ZHUCHENKO, V.S., kind.ekonsnaulc, dote.# otvotntvonW reds; ORJ6IXi-'rd-.Z-., (Foreign trade of capitalist countries in the first stage of the general crisis of capitslism] Tneshninia torgovliB kapital'ipti- cheskikh otran na perrom etape obehchego Icriviza kapitali2me. (Kiev] Izd-vo Kievskogo goo.,univ. ime T.O.Shevchonko, 1957. 405 p. (Commerce) (MIRA 11:5) ZHUCHENKOA vA,;h,, kand. ekon. naukp dote.; Vladimir pegpv p &8 , r;d. (Criticism of the bourgeois reformist theory of tbo "Second Industrial Revolution"] Krytyka burzhuaznoi, re- formists1koi teorii "Druhoi promyslovoi revoliutsii.11 Kyiv, Politvydav Ukrainy, 1964. 68 P. (IfIHA 18:1) 1. Kafedra politicheakay ekonomii Kiyevskogo institute. narodnogo khozyayatva (for,Mwchenko). 15-57-1-178 Translation trom: Referativn y zhurnal, Geologiya~ 1957, Nr 1, p 25 (USSRT AUTHORS: Abuzyarova, R. Ya., Zhuchenko, Z. K. TITLE: 'Spore-Pollen Complex in the Region of Akmola (Sporovo-pylltsevoy Kompleks rayona Akmoly) PERIODICAL., Materialy po istorii fauny i flory Kazakhatana, Vol 1, Alma-Ata, AN KazSSR, 1955, pp 151-158 ABSTRACT: ..Spores and pollens (41 types) have been separated from six collections gathered in the Bolattamskiye layers of the Indrikotherium series at the acipses of Altumbay and Akmola on the Zhilanchl.k River in the Turgayf* Depression. The article describes six types of spores formerly unknovin in this region. Large amount of spores and pollens made it possible -to determine the fern-alder complex with the presence of taxodium. Card 1/2 Spore-Pollen Complex in the Region of Akmola (Cont.) 15:157-1-178, The flora described here is of the Mesozoic type characteristic of the Turgaytbbtahical and geographical district with its moderately humid climate. The article contains three illustrated tables and a bibliography of 12 titles. Card 2/2 V. S. K. ORIDVj I.V.; FMDAMA,'T.V.; ZHUCHENKO,, Z.K. Cretaceous sediments in central Kazakhstan and its peleogeo- graphical characteristics in the Crataoeous period. Mat.po geol.i pol.iskopMentr.latakh. no.2s23-43 162. (PEIRA 15212) (Razakhstan-Paleogeograpby) (Kazakhstan-Geology, Stratigraphic) 14-1-306 Translation. from: Referativnyy Mmmal, Geograflya, 1937, Nr 1, P-.25, (USSR) AUMOBS: Abuzyarova, H., Ya., Zhuchanko, Z. K. TIM: ThB spores and pollen Complex of t6~ola Region (Sporo-pylltsevoy kompleks rayon& Akmoly) PERIODICAL: Misterialy po ist=U fauny i flory Kazakhstana. T. I, Alma-Ata, AN Kaz SSR, 1955, pp. 151-158 ABSTRACT: The authors vere given the task of pinpointing the stratigraphy of of the tertiary formations of the Dihilazachik River basin in the Turgay region on the basis of the spore imd pollen cixVlex. The research material for this study consisted of semplets collected in 1947 in the Akmola, Altynbay and Aksayadjr areas. Me flora of the Bolattam, strata vas represented by 41 specimens which belonged to 18 genera and 10 phyla. The systematic position of 14 of these specimens could not be established even approximately. An abundance of pollen in two Aksaywlyr and Altymbay core samples furnished the Card 1/3 ovammoomm.- ZRUCHMV. K., kszd.ssl'skokhosy&ystvsnnykh nauk Water-repellent soils, lauka i pared. op. Y islikhox, 8 no*10t 48-49 0 1 11111) 1, laningradekiy nauchno-iseledovateliskiy agrofizichaskiy inetitut. (Soil physics) (Permeability) ZHU09ENEDV K.K. 7 Effect of various tillagn methods on the water balance of Cherna- Sam soils. Pochvovedente no.6:97-102 Je 159. (141RA 1210 1. Agrofi2icbeekiy inatitut g.Loningrad. (Chernosem soils) (Ball noisture) (Til.lage) fig KOLYASEV, F.Te.; ZHUCHENKOV, K.K,; KWTbDOV, A#G. Extensive testing of a device for measuring soil cotature under field conditions. Sbor*trud.po agron. fiz. no.5:34-47 152. (MIRA 11:7) (Soil moisture-Measurement) -- ---------- --- ZHUGHENEDY, 14.. Physical aspects of the readiness of soil for tillage. Sboretrud,po agron.fiz. no.61l56-161 153. (MIRA 11:7) (soil moisture) USSR/Soil Science. Tillage. Land Reclamation. Erosion. J-5 Abe Jour: Ref Zhur-Diol., no 6, 1958, 24804. Author : Zhuchenkov, K.K.; Kolyasev, F. E. Inst :tk~ Title : Still More About Rolling the Soil. Orig Pub: Zemledeliye, 1957, No 1, 18-25- Abstract: On the basis of observations on the chernozem soils of the Kokehetavskaya Oblast, the EKVG - 1.4 sprinkler roller is reconmended for rolling. Its advantages are described. Card 1/1 ZHMHMMO, V.; ELIKIN, I. Operation of valves In drawing In liqaid freon. Instances of extreme Inore"i in 'Scooter preseure In small freon refrigeration machiner7. Khol.takh. 13 no,-3:69-70 Jl-6 153. (MM 6:11) 1. Z&vod:*Hekhanolit.* '(Refrigeration and refrigerating machinery) (Treons) PANOV, A.G.; ZHUCHWO, T.I.g LOBZIN, T.S. Ramat of roontgenotherapy of mwasthenia'. Zhur.sayr.i poill. 54 n0.4:344-348 AP-'54. (MLBA 7:5) (MUSTHNIA, GRATI3. therapy, *x--rays) (RADIOTiWRA", in various diseases, *Wasthenia gravis) TITLE: PERIODICAL: ABSTRACT: Card 1/4 Zliuchlkhinp V. 191 Brazhnikp M. I. The Dynamic Compressibility and tho Equation of State of Iron at High Pressures (Dinamicheskaya szhima3remost' i uraT- neniye soatoya4iya pri T.Tookikh darleniyakh) Zhurnal ekBperipental!noy i teorsticheskoy Msiki, 1958, Vol. 34, Nr 49 Pp. 874'- 805 (USSR) This work discusses 2 methods for the description of tho dy- namic compressibility of materialsp which are based upon the determination of the kinematic parameters - the propagation velocity and the mass velocity of the material behind the front. The measurement of wave velocities by means of donors being mounted in the path of the shock wave Is relatively simple. In contrast to this the imnediate obserTation of the mass velocity is impossible in most of the caoes.The authoro worked out 2 methods for the complex determination of the kinematic parame- ters of the ways, namely the "method of repelling" and the The Dynamic Compressibility and the Equation of 3tate of 56--34-4-14/6o Iron at High Pressures "method of slowing down". In the method of repelling the pro- pagation of a strong crack is inyet3tigated# which forms on the occasion of the refleotion of a det3nation wayip at an elastic obstacle. The experimentally measurable quantities on this occasion are the wave velocity D and the velocity W of the displacement of the free surface of the obstacle on the initial part of the trajectory. W in approximately equal to the double mass velocity of the aubstance behind the wayii front. The veloq- Itity of motion W is obtained by the material of the obstacle under the action of two different processes# namely of the shock-like transition from the state Po a 0; r0 into the state Pj; vj, and of the subsequent isentropic expansion in the on- coming relief wave. The second paragraph deala with the-method of the investigation and with the experimental technique. The third paragraph reports on the dynamic adiabatio line of the iron. A table gives the parameters of all expitrimentally stated figurative points of the adiabatic curve of the shock in iron. Card 2/4 Within the whole investigated domain of the mass velocities The Dynamic Compressibility andthe Equation of State 56-34-4-14/6o of Iron at High Pressures from U - 1.,0 to IT w 5,17 km/rjec the linear relationship D .3p8o + 1958 TJ is valid for the propagation velocity D of the shock wave. In the next paragraph the compression of iron at the temperature zero is computed and in the last paragraph the curve of the compressibility of iron is extra- polated to the domain of relatively low degrees of compression. The developed method allows to fix the dynamic adiabatic curve of iron with different initial dengity within the interval of pressures of from 4,105 to 5v10 atmospheres. The'dynaric adiabatic curve of porous iron with decreased initial density is in the diagram pressure - density considerably higher than the adiabatic of the compact material which speake for the great influence of the thermic component in the shock-like compression. Theauthors derived an empirical equation of state of iron and ascertained the course of the curve of the cold compressibility unto the densities 1,71?0. This work was carried out on the initiative by Ya.B.ZelfdoTich. The authors Card 3/4 also mention thecmperation of a number of other authors. The Dynamic Compressibility and the Equation of State 56-34-4-14160 of Iron at High Pressures There are 10 figures, 3 tablesland 14 references, 6 of which are Boyiet. SUBMITTED: December 28p 1957 1. Iron-flechanical properties FU-- ZHUCHINI D.I.; KONSTANTINOV, S.V.; FROZOIOVSKIY, G.N.; IODUIII,W~ KfURKIWIDIV, L.S.; KLENDO, MI.A.., inzh., nauchn. rod.; FEREVALYUK, M.V., red. (Rural construction in the Virgin Territory] Sollskoo stroitel'stvo v TSelinnom krae. Moskva, Stroiizdat, 1964. ~89 P. (MIM 17:9) VOLKTIID,, I.L. fzzh.; rGORSMS %fto-j-- kmM34khdfwmk;,MMPD. I . P ~ -,- ia :t__ 1 -.Wb~ NAM "WoRij-' Iiw'* 0014*0' km~aote no nauk; FEIMB, V.P.2 Inzh.; KLIFMLI~ Me# red. izd-va; MOCHAL121A, Z.S.., tekbn* red. (Agricultural construction'in the U.S.S.Ro amd abroad; mcdern level and prospects) Sel'skokhoziaistvannoe stroitellstvc. v S&qq i za rubezhom; sovremeyqi uroven' i perspektivy. (Ely] LLWolkind i dr. Moikvap oestroiizdat, 1962 122 po ~mm 15:7) 13ESSARABEIMO, A.I..,jnzh,; NEFOOV, S.F.$ red.; BUMBYEV, P.A., inzh.",, nauchmyy red.j- GORDZYEV, F.A... red. izd-vao MOCHALDL46, Z.S.,, tekhn. red. (Raising the technical level of rural conat,ruction]Indu- sel'Bkogo atroitellotvas Pod red, S.F.He- .fedova. Moskva, GosstroUzdat, 1962. 125 p. (MMA 15: 10) 16 Akademiya stroitellstva i arkhitektury SSSR. Naucbna- issle dovatel'skiy institut sell3kikh zdaniy i sooruzberdy. 2. Rukovoditel,I.aektorom okonomil-i i organizatsii stroitelf- stva Nauchno-iseledovatel'skogo institute, sallskikh zdmniy i sooruzbeniy (for Zhuchin). (Construction industry) ZHUCHIN, D.I KWOMRDIN L. Coordination Council. Meeting on prefabrication techniques in ~rural construction. Izv. ASiA no.1:113-3.15 161. (MMA 1427) 1. Rukovoditell sektora ekonomiki straitellatva Instituta sellskikh aniy Akademii stroitelletva i arkhitektui* $SSR (for Zhuchin). 2. GlavW inzheiner sektora ekonomiki strcjitellstva Instituta callskikh zdaniy Akadendi stroitelitit,va i arkhitektury SSSR (for Kharkhardin). (Construction industry) ZI !I I1 '111- Ifl- 11~ T- T 7- -T~. j 1 11-7 11-9 1 M41, F1, F In "i t ---------------- PAVLOVO I.M.; ZHUCHIII v inzh. Dependence of t~e strain resistance of precision alloy E791K on various factors of cold rolling* I2,,v,vys*uobebozav*; mauhinootre no#W78-186 162. (HIRA 15;12) 1. MoekovMd~ institut stali 2, Chlen-koXTespondent MI SSSR (for Pavlov). (Rolling (Metalwork)) NM11W': 1--M i k~M B/133/63/OOC)/063/00.t/,-~--(" A054/A126 AUTHORS: 7hl2chln, Engineer, Pavlov, I.M. Cox~*esponding Momber of the- V_ N ~- Academy of Sciences USSR TIM: The friction coefficient.In cold rolling .,PMUODICAL; Stal', no.-3,'1963, 231 234 TEXT: The friction coefficient in cold rolling depends on a number of factors, including the arc of the bite. Although various methods have been so- tablished to calculate the average friction coefficient these do not account for the fact that during rolling the work rolls become flattened to some extent which also affects the arc of.the bite and, consequently, the friction coeffi- cient., Prom calculations and test data formulae were derived to determine the friction coefficient, allowing for the flattening of the bite arc iand in accord- ance with the torque. Mie tests were carried out with 3 79 H M (E79NM) soft-ma t ~netio precision steel strips.3, 1, and 0-3 mm thick. Mie tests covered the ef!_ feats of the flattAning of the work rolls in the deforiation focus, of reduction, strip thickness, rolling with and without lubrication, eto. In tbm case of an- 1/2 3/133,/63/000/003/003/007. The friction coefficient in cold rolling Ao54/A126 nealed and work-hardened (to 25%) 0.3 - 3.0 mm thick strips the friction coeffi- for strips work-harilened to a clent was found to increase from 0.015 to 0.07; degree (50 - 70%)'it showed an increase from 0.015 to 0.045. When the relative reduction In cold rolling was raised from 4 to PO, the friotion coeffi- j cient increased by a factor of 2. The effect is more pronounced in i3trips pre- viously work-hardened, whereas In the case of 0-3-mm strips the chaq5e of rela;-- tive reduction does not affect so strongly the friction coefficient. Its high- est'value is attained when rolling without lubrication, the lowest upon applying, castor oil as lubricant; a medium value Is obtained when the rolls are lubricat ed with an emulsion. In general, lubrication decreases the friction coefficient by a factor of 1.5 2.2,as compared-to that for dry rolls. There w.-e 4 figures. L C~~ P,/2 Aj LV I' % L; "plili, AC C N'R '27 2,91 SOIRIC'~.'. CODE, Ill /oa "114,5/ 661 /0"A /Ocj 11/ AU IHO Zhuchin, V. N. (Candidate of technical sciences) - Schvartzbar-t, Ya. 2,. En i 0 -r); =Yov -ices) - E; ne (Candidate of technical z;cici (Candidate of ~technical sciences) Or-G,:. "Elektrostall" Plant (Zavod "Elektrostal M111TU im. BaicrLn TILTYE: Work and deformation resistance -in _ho~ rolling high nic~c~l allovl; S01MICE -Stal', no. 8, 1966, 722-724 710PIC TAGS: metal deformation, hot rolling, nickel alloy, diffcre~tiation M_precision solt-m ABSTRACT: The authorp study five alloys: 1. 97% nickel, 2. .79N' alloy'. 3. BOKM-Iiirecision soft--ir netiq alio~v-, It. Kh.20NM,refractory "lloy, 5. 2 h L"-.." C a i rc, 0, 'Xh20N80TZ (ZV,37),~refractory alloy. The Moc;: tiont of thelic alloyr,z ve Experimentally deterrained specific energy values of aot roll`ng for -,,he 'L alloys are used to set up curves of their r1apendence on the degrce of defo=nZatlor. ,S-pecific energy values in the region of deformation were determined dur-Lnj :rol "'-~ ng or, aa production sheet rolling mill 650/450/650-800 at speeds of 1.36 m/sec and at various ~:elative degrees of reduction at 1000 and 11500C. A method of differentiating com- ~)ression deformation energy curves w#h respect to hot rolling is used to establish 'L ~relationships between actual deformation-res-istance and the degree of defo=ation for LgEd 1/2 rjDc: 621-770. ACC NR: AP-0027291 ;the five alloys. Tnese relationships show strengthening in the deformazion zone de- termined "by temperature and degree of deformation for each alloy. Orig. axt. has; 4 figures, 2 tables, 8 formulas. SUB CODE: U/ SUBM DATE: None/ ORIG REF. 002 ,-CS~2 DVVnVz AUTHOR: Zhudhin,,V,,_Xj-(Candidate of technical sciences); Nikitin, G. S. (Candidate 'of techn ical sc iences); Sinellnik Iov, Y~.'I. (Candidate of technical sciences);, Lutkovskiy, S. I. (Engineer) OR(;: None TITLE; Drawing alloys with low deform ability at moderate temperatures SOURCE: IVUZ. Mashinostroyeniye, no. 9, 1966, 148-152 TOPIC TAGS: metal drawing, wire, alloy steel, metal recryntallization ABSTRACT: Experiments are conducted on drawing B-18 and EI-474 alloys stith preheating. An industrial single-draft unit of the drum type was used for producing wire from,8 mm to 3 mm in diameter at drawing rates of 44.2, 57.7 and 8T-5 m/min. The wire was heate in a lead bath and passed through drair plates made from VK-6 alloy. The draving stres K=P/5 k was taken as the basic characteristic of the process vhere P,is thedrawing force in kg, and Sk is the'cross sectionalarea of the wire after drawing in =2. This criterion was studied as a function of such factors as partial and overall degree of:deformation,.temperature of the'metal, rate of drawing, the working angle of the' drav'plate, the initial diameter of the wire and lubrication. The experimental results 1/2 621-771,3.4 Card !show that partial reductions of 20-25$ should be used for B-18 steel when drawing pre- 1heated wire while the corresponding figure for EI-474 steel'is 25-30% as against 12- L18%4partial reductions used In cold drai.ring of theme grades of steel. Overall reduc- I ,ttions without using intermediate recrystaUizations may reach 45-55% for R-18 and 65- 0% for Bi-474. Recrystallization is.'used after each draft in the cold draying pro- a. The average temperature of the irire'before reaching the draw plate should be 33*71 -2850C, the lead bath teuq>eratu Ire being determined'from experimental curves as a function of drawing rate and wire diameter. The optimum working angles of the draw lates for these grades of steel vary between 18 and 200. The optimun lubAcant is a ure of graphite and soap ina ratio by. volume of T:I,, The article vets presented publication by Academician A. I.-Tselikov, Professor at the Moscow Tochnical llege. Orig. art. ham: 5 figures, 1 table.,, CODE: 13, ll/ SM*TR:' ~15Dec64/. ORIG REF: 04 _?12 muCIIIII, V.11. inzh.; PAVLOV, I.M. Analyzing.some methodk-of the experimental determination of de- formation resistance cold rolling. Izvvys.ucheb.zaN,.; mashino~- otr. no*7:224-220 163. (141RA 16:11) 1. Zavod "Elektrostalt". 2. Chlen-korresponuent AN SSSH (for Pav- lov). Ip ~;v P 60 1 91.11 1 Mae w F. 44 ~J ---------- S/14#152/000/008/004/004 D262/D308 XMIORS: Pavlov, I.M., Corresponding Medber of AS 'USSR, and Zhuchin, N.N., Engineer TITLE: Effect of varl-o-us factora of cold rolling, on the resistance of precision alloy )79HM U79144) to deformation PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vksshikh uche6ykh zavedeniy. Hashinostroy- eniye, no, 8, 1962, 178-186 TEXT: 41 description is given of 'esocriments conducted with E791*1 alloy which is extensively uscd'in the;manufacture of trans- iormers and coils,,in order to establish the effect of the folloiring factors on resistanceb to deformation: L) Relative draft A per H Ah q pass; - resistance-to, deformation 2 increases linearly icith H and of increase depends largel on the degree of prelim- inary cold working. .2) Plate thickness Y, rittio (0.035 01.005); Card 1/2 ----------- S/145/62/000/008/004/004 Effect of various factors.,,,,,, D.262/D308 minimum.P is obtained at 0,01, for smaller values of IRZ P in- R creases steeply along a hyperbolic curve. 3) Degree of preliminary H - h cold working H (25,-50, and 7576) mLd annealing; - P increases H - h H h with along a curve which is steep for small values of H 11 - h andflattens up at higher values of 4) Lubrication (castor H oil and emulsion)- F ia'ohly slightly affected, it not more--than :-compared with dry-rolling. There are 5 f ig- ures and 1 table. ASSOCIATION: goskovskiy institut stali (Moscow Steel Institute)" SMMITTED: March-.28l 1962 -..L----Card 2/2 8/14 61/000/010/1307/008 D221YD304 AUTHORS: Pavlov, I. M., Corresponding Member AS USSR, and Zhuchin, Engineer TITLE: Developing methods and experimental determination of energy and force parameters in the cold rolling of 313HM (E79NM) alloy PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavendeniy. Msshino- stroyenie, no. 10, 1961t 180-190 TEXT: In 1960, at the "Elektrostall Plant"t experimental investi- gations were carried out in production conditions for determining the conditions of cold rolling in a four-high mill with soft magne- tio,alloy B79NM. The article describes the examination method for measuring the pressure distribution in the center of deformation, -along.the length and width of contact zone between the working and supporting rollers, and the deformation resistance of metal. The actual contact area between the metal and the roller was found from Card 1/ 4 S/14 61/000/010/007/008 Developing methods and ... D221YI)304 P L fe- where P is the actual resistance to deformation in a Fa laB 9 a kg/mm2; P is pressure of metal against the roller in kg; Pa is the actual contact area between metal and roller in =12; 1 a is the actual length of deformation center in inm; B is the width of strip in mm. In addition, the torque of rolllng~ for calculating friction coefficient and arm of the resulting metal pressure on rol- lers, and the over-running by the method of center punches were also measured together with other factors, A detailed description of the alloy is given. The pressures and torques were recorded with trans- ducers, whose pulses were amplified by_)T-q-5'4 (ET-4-54) amplifiers made by TBNIITMASh, and registered by Mao-2~MPO-2) oscillographs. The distribution of pressure in the center of deformation and on the contact line between the rollers, the actual length of the above center and the length of the biting zone were determined by a spe- cially designed roller with three strain gauges incorporated, The transducer itselfwas made in accordance with recomriiendations of A. Ye. Gurevich and Ye. S. Rokotyane The transduceres were guarded Card 2/4 S/14 61/000/010/007/008 .Developing methods and D221YD304 against ingress of dampness, oil etc. by a special varnish (PKhV). The current take-off was ensured by slip rings. The cali- bration was 'made by a system of levers and weights. The torque transducer was calibrated by direct torsion of the roller by a known torque in a special fixture. The mean coefficient of friction was determined by the equationc~-B-r which requires knowledge of ratio r1cx, at the insert. Two center punches were made in the fore and aft of the insert, and this permitted experimental measurement of the advance. The ratio is then calculated by 3 = r2 R, and L: = h h 06 Ah , where S is the advance in ~*; h is the height of strip af- 0. 1 F73-h - ter rolling in mm; Ah is the absolute compreiision of strip in mm. The relationship between C and 4-h is shown graphically. The rela- 06. H tive compression of strip under the insert is smaller than under the main body of the roller. The curves were used to determine under the strip. The actual experiments are then described in de- Card 3/4 S/14 61/000/010/007/008 Developing methods and D221YD304 tail. The above permitted assessment of the mentioned qtiantities as well as the following magnitudes: The effect on friction by the re- lative compression, initial thickness of strip, degree of the pre- liminary work hardening, and the position of the resulting pressure of metal against the.rollers. Data on the position of this result- ant, effect of pinching on the resistance of metal deformation, total deformation of rollers in the deformation center and other items were also recorded. The results obtained are to be published. There are 6 figures and 5 Soviet-bloc references. ASSOCIATION: MoskovBkiy institut stali (Moscow Steel Institute) SUBMITTED: July 3, 1961 Card 4/4 k-rvl. tK-.Yhr.. muk; WRITIN, kand..t,~.khr, r4u.k- F--parAmente-I inv->F,'~,~gatlon of -n slastic c,,N-.Fjrt-.rficn of rolLs ~.n, iold re~~I!angs lzve %~yf.~7,m ucheb. imshl,'riaiflze no.17-.166,170 165. T, o9963-67 A=-M-'Al,6035721 SOURCE CODE: UR/0413/66/000-/019/00'83/0083 jini-wrOR: Shpi Labe rg P.-A.-L. Zhuchin, V. N.; Dobrotln,__K. V.; Fadey~S_ _11 A. JORG: none I , ! I . 1 ]TITLE: Corrosion-resistanL nickel-base.~111,oy. Class 40, No. 186691 iSOURCE: Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye viaki, no. 19, 1966, 83 TOPIC TAGS: corrosion resistant alloy, nickel base alloy, chromium containing alloy, tungsten containing alloy, cobalt contaiding alloy, aluminum containing alloy, ititamium containing alloy, boron containing alloy, niobium containing alloy, vanadium containing alloy, copper containing alloy, zirconium containing alloy ABSTR.ACT; This Author Certificate introduces a corrosion-resistant nickel-base alloy containi-ig chrom. ium, tun&sten, cobaltaluminum, titanium and boron. To improve its phys i come chani cal and technological properties, the alloy chemical composition is set as follows 16-25% chromiu ' 6-16% tunLpten' Z5-10.0% cobal_t"" --2.5% Lq P ; 0.8 41-EmLiLum ' 2-5% titaniu ,4ind 0.008-0.25% boron,*i-(A variant is additionally alloyed with niobium, vanadium, coppey.and zirconium at a total content of up to 6%, SUB CODE. , 1l/ SUBM DATE: 17Feb65/ ATD PRESS: 51.05 D23 M flu, V'A.; RAXASOUSKI, Y'T.; zffUCHMIGH, V., redaktor; TIMS, R., takknichaskly rodaktor. (Geography of the VhIts Russian S.S.R.; aid for teachers In savsnm-~sar and sscoMmT40hools, and for studetits in teacher Insti- .tutes] Geasraflim. Bel"kal SSR; dapamoshnik dlia nastaunilmu siami- hudoval, i siarsdniai shkoly i studenta-a nastannitskikh instIrtutau. Minsk. Dziar.vuchebna-pedagag. vyd-va MSR, 1952. 226 p. (1QU 8:2) (White Rmeel&--Geographr) O'S Hp~ V. A:* Diewrtationt "Brostokaya Oblasts Economico-Goographic Characteristic u, Cand Go% Scis Delorussian State U, Minsk, 1953. Referativnyy Zhurnal--Geologiya, Geograffiya, Moscow, jul 54. 301 MM Noo 35b) 25 Jan 1955 ZHUCHIMICH, Vadim A44r-Qyeyich- Ikushka, O.F.1; -'- '.1 TAKUMIO, 011ga Filippovna CL A.F. tR2h-er`utski, A.7.1, red.; SOSNOVICH, A.I. (Sasinavich, A.I.1, [Geography of the White Russian S.S.R.; textbook for tho secondary school] Goagrafiia Belaruskai SSRI vuohebny dapa- moshnik dlia aisredniai shkoly,* Kinsk, Dziersh.vuebabna- padagag.vyd-va X-va asvety BSSR, 1960. 72 p. (KIRA 14:2) (White Rusela-Geography) ZEEUCMMVIOKO V.A. WOT-of 'the P -graphical location of Brest on the development ge o of the city. Trudy Geofaka BGU no.1:129-136 '58. (min 12:8) (Brest) ZHUCHKEVICH, Vadim AnargypyiC14- YAKUSHKA9 Ollga Fi3-ippovna; 'TM, -A- R ZM F., red.; SASBOVICH, A.I., tekhn. red. [Googranby of the White Russian S.S.R.; a textbook for mecondary schoolsl Geografiia Belaruskai SSRj -mchebrq dapEdozhnik d3ia siaredniai ohkoly, Vyd.20 Minsk, Dziarzh.vuchebna-pedaFjek. vyd- va If-va asvety BSSRy 1961, 73 p. (M3RA 15:1) (White Russia-Geography) Kim Im"IP11tv "~Imjmn~fif MMA yen FV2 AKINCIIITS,, Andrey Sorgeyevioh.-,-,'~=HKEVICII,-3[j& red TETERINA, FA L.H., red.; SHAIXOVSKAYA, A.V., red.,- YOR IOV M. telam. red. (Brost Province; geographical atudyDreatakaia oblast'; geog- rafichookii ocherk. Hinsk, Izd-vo M-va, vysshe,go, arednega spetsiallnogo i professionallnogo obrazovaniia BSSR, 1962,. 143 P. (MIRA 15:12) (Brost Province-Eco=ic geography) -ZHUGHOVICH, Vadim_4q#~eev gh# kand.geograf.nauk; KALYSHLT, Andrey Tairoviev ch, kand.geograf.nauk; ROGOZIN, Jileofid, Termolayevich, kand.geograf.nauk; ZUYXY,-Y4,jM., red.; VOROBEY. P.S., tekhn.rad. [Cities and villages of the Whito Russian S.S.R.; his"'orical and geographical outlines] Goroda i sela Belorueskoi SSR; Instoriko-geogreficheekle ooherki. Minsk, Goo.uchabno-pedago izd-vo K-va proev. BSM, 1959. 278 p.i (MIRA 12:81 (White Russia) YAKUSHKO, O.F. .pyqv [Geography of the White textbook for eight.. year schools) Geograflia Belorunakoi SSR; luchelmoo ponobie d1la vosImAletnei shkoly. Izd.3., dop. Minskj GoD.uCbobno-- pedagog. izd-vop 1962. 91 p. (MIRA 17:4) m I ACC NRt AP7005608 SOURCE CODE: UR/0413/67/000/00210048/0048 JNVENTOR: Anfilov, Ye. A Govorkov, 1. T.; Gurevich,;R. 'V,-,_Zhuchkin,,~. A.; uznetsovi V. D.; Olifint L. K. 'ORG: Nonb TITLE: A cophased antennh irray with electrical scanning. Class 21, ND. 19D433 SOURCE, Izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztay, tovarnyye maki, no. 2, 1967, 48 _". ...LPIC WGS, dipole antenn a, antenna array, antenna diiecti,;ity to Certificate introduces a cophased antenna arrwf with electri- This. Author al scanning. The installation is made in the form of center-fed dipoles arranged a n groups and equipped with an aperiodic or tuned reflector. In order to reduce the e vel of side lobes ofthe directional pattern in the horizontal plane, the lower ~n 9up of dipoles is shifted horizontally with respect to the upper grouP in the plane f f the array by one-half the distance between the adjacent dipoles in the group. 1/2 um 6;?1.396-67T.32 BINDRIK, V.G., inzb.; BULAYEV,-V.VO', inzh.; ZHUGHKOV, A.M., Inzh. New methods for lead plating of chemical apparatus. nin i neft. mashinostr. no.207-38 Ag t6/+ (Milli 18 21) a ZHUCEEDY, B.N., insh. I Spaced payments. Sudostroenia 26 no.6:46-48 is 16D. (HIRA 13:7) (Shipbuilding) (Pay-Ment) ZHUCHKOV, A*P#.. kand, tokhn. nauk Determining the lifting angle of the working part of a vibrator3r- conveyor drier. Izv. vys, ucheb. zav.j mashinontr. no.81ll2-114 164. (.MIRA 17M) 1, Donetskiy politekhnichaskiy institut. VAVILOVA,, Anastasiya Sergeyevna; ZHEVELEVA, Inna Semeno VN ,90A.1mred.; AKIMOVAp A.G.,~red,ixd .. va; ELIKIND, +..XO.VI'DV -red.; GORDEIEVA, L.P,, takhm. wedv,.,r~t [Elaotronic computers, abroad' Elaktronnye vychimlitelfwlie ma- shiny,za rubashom. Pod red. D.A.Zhuchkova. Moskva, MdBllgist 1962. 235 p. (MIRA 115W (Elootrionio ca.,,putera) VAVILOVA) Anastasiya Sergeyevna; ZHEVMVA, Inna Semenovna; ZliMCM-V-, D.A.)red.; AKIMYVA,,:A.G., red. izd-va; GORDEYEIIA, L.P,jj tekbno (Electronic computers in foreign.countries)Elektronnya vychi- slitellrqa mashiry za rubezhom. Pod red. D.A.Zhuchkovi. Mq- 14ashgiz, 1962. 235 p. (MTRA l5t12) (Electronic computers) KUZNETSOV, V.I., kand. mad. n.auk; ZHUCHKOV, F.V. as of the Diagnostic errors and complications in closed injuries of the 1~~ duodenum. Xhirurgiia 39 no.10t104-106 0 163, 1 (MIRRA 1771199)) ()4a A t71 1. Iz kafedry operativnoy khirurgii i topografichesko~, annatomii q I ts~ Chelyabinskogo meditsinskogo institute. I 2-y Dorozhnoy bollnitay 0 ogi (nachalinik T.M. Ovehinnikova) Yuzhnourallskoy zhelq!iznoy dorogi, y Z'iU'Hy ~ MUCHylull if. D. 34196. Zhuchkov, N. D. C lechenii ozhogov, ran i troficheskikh ya,zv smazlyu 3 6 osno-,rnogo nitrata vismta, streptotsi(la, dermatola I rivanola. Z'dr-;t-,rao;rhraneniya oBno 'D~ kazakhstaria., 1949, 1116. 5, -s. 42-10. kaza hst a13 SO: Knizimaya Lotopi-s' No. 6) 1955 2 1416 folio 11 w s if j2 a is b A 00 -IT-44 as dw of jmw-- 0* it t= by W =OW d wokwif mWas, 11, 0 tv", lid. *0 4 "M) 3933. No. 0. U.-_PffWWt* Is will mile With Vag so it 10% eximn HSO# for Wn.. jwd the mist. aMovired 00 s t0 fIvIal Int'Irl br. s1w kavins the miter, 0 7% &Cqm~= siss! & sup3alq, tojilisteagTitcy, Ploptstics About 31, the P ht the phos- 00 a phorite I* rec"TIVII. H. 111. UiM. UT _-4 off 00 00 1:0 a 000 fill bell %%.A ARTALLUINICAL 4,1111114TWIt CkA$IWKATICN too 0 IAbM wame -A 31c"I IIII* t mail alkaiViw -cmv its U 0 AV 141 All*; vg WO It 019 91 it it st & R, I Y"A dM4 a 0 0 go 9 0 0 go 00 0 4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 0 00 f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 -16-0 -0 0- 0 .10 0-0-0 00004 0 4 0 6 a 0 6 044 's 6 1 00000000004 0 LID NOW 6 0 - - . 17-0-0 A. a a a 0 9 . w . - - - - 0 0 00 0 0 0* 1 flist$ t 1 ., o nft n A n a V )o M. AO a J.,I -JL-A 110 IM PVAL~.C- L. t4 _e. -L. m. --A, AJ Of- zwww"to Ito costfoug- super od odsWit, It. A. the wookod of rVi t" by -941 h C". W. 014ul- l k Oka 1111JI It & .k 'm amforife 6 wril hli%441 with 193j N o "I oild thor Iftist-10114 40-00 aliM 1 f a oor . h 11, %j&jUj for he. &(ter "ving 41w voivv. Abmd % 711, demd ommars P, is* Eel 13 sv r- o 0 0a 411 0 0oo 09 111 044110900 : rq0 A090 0 0 00 00 0 W-0-9-411 0:00 009 0.9 0000000 0 A 0 000 00 0 111 00 e 0 0, ZHUCHEMY, K G. inzh, (Leningrad); PusExuw, r.7. Inzh,- (Lewingrad); ~n~ G., inzh, (Leningrad) Xlectric control of a hydromachanical tranumiegi-In system. Ilek. i tepi. tiaga 4 no,500-31 My 160. (Hru 13 1 It) (Diesel locomotives-Tranamission devices) (Ants.-satic control) KANAVETS# P.1t; CESS, B,Avy SFQRIUSj A,E,l CHEMSHI-7j, A.Mj NELENTIYEVI, P.Noy GIUMM, V,L; KHR%ffU,., R,P,j MIAYL07, B.55.; DORZOV, Yu'.X.j TSYLEV, L.11.1 SOKOLOV, V.S.1 Prinimali 'achastlyet MAUIN, A.A,; GORLOV, M.Ta*j I, Y.L.1 ANIHIN07, VORONOVI Yu.G.; BULAKROV, X.A.; MVWANSKI G*P*j MAZUN, A.Lj PISARNITSKIY, I.M.; BOIDICHAVA, O.A,.; KIRILLOV, M.V.; MVMO, P.I.; MUM, G.O.; RMKOir., A-s.j ROVASHM, A.S.; ZUBKOV, jLS,; IMLOV,j N*N. Pilot plant for the nodulizing of finely ground charge mix- tures by the method of chemical catalysis, Trudy IGI 22: 93-109 163. (MIRA 15: 1-1) KIRSANOVA, M.K., kands tekhn. nauk; MIKHANOVSKIY, D.S., inzh.; MONFRED, Yu.B., kand. tekhn. nauk; KHEINDLUI, A.N.; SAVEOV.,V. BEYULI O.A.; inzh.j ZHUCHK9V N. (Means for increasing the capacity of plants prefabricating elements for 1-464A series houses) Puti. povysheniia proizvod- stvannoi moshchnosti. zavodov, vypuskaiushchikh dome seriia I-464A. Moskva, Gosstroiizdat, 1962. 26 p. (NIRA 17:7) 1. Akademiya stroitel'stva i arkhitektury SSSR. TSentraltrqy nauchno-issledovatellskiy i proyektno-eksperimentallrqy institut industrialtnykh zhilykh i massovykh kullturno-bytovykh -!daniy. 2. TSentrallwy nauchno-isoledovatellskiy i proyektno-el-,speri- mentalInyy institut industrial I nykh, zhilykb i massorjkh kullturno- bytovykh zdaniy Akadeimii stroitel'stva i arkhitektury E= (for Kirsanova, 14ikhanovskiy, Monfred). 3. 14auchno-iBsIedovatellskiy institut organizatsiij makhanizatsii i tekhnicheskoy pomoshchi stroitelistva Akademii stroitel'stva i arkhitektury SSSR. (for Beyul, Kreindlin, Savkov, Zhuchkav). ZEMMOVS N. G. 28531 I- SI)olbzg,.rnniye PyeryoroashrKh Dichkov Yabloni Sad I Cgorod, 1949, 3.10-13 SC., LETUIS NO. 38 T I. f17 ---, 0.11 -11i , _9 Ron, 9. _Monthly List of Russian Accessions. Library of Congress, F2bru&ML J953. Unclassified. ZHUCHKOV N.G., doktor seliskokhozyaystvannykh aauk, professor, W=;;;;I-'&'UIr~meRaT,Stalinskoy premii. Orchards around Leningrad. Hauka i zhizn' 20 no.12:23-24 D 153.1 (KLRA 6:12) (Leningrad-Fruit culture) Orruit culti3re-Leningrad) Wculturs-orchqcdry C!ard VORONINA, Alekimndra Ivanom, kand, sellkhoze nauk; GLEBOVAj Yekaterina Illinichnao kand. sellkhoz. nauk)- KALASMIMVA,, Nina Ivanovnaq kand. sellkhoz. nauk; !"EVZOROV, Fedor Yefimovichi NIXISHM, Konstantin Georgiyevich.. kand. sellkboz. nauk,- ZHUCHKQV-p,-N-.D.-t-prof,4__~lq4.; IVASHKINA, L.A... red.; BARANOVA., red. [Fruit culture with the fundamentals of landscape gardening) Plodovodstvo a oanovami dekorativnogo sadovodetva. (,By] A.I. Voronina i dr. Leningrad., Sellkhozizdat.. 1962. 526 p. (Fruit cul ture) (Landscape garidening) (MIRA 15:10) ZHUCHKOV Nikol Gri orlyevich, prof.j, doktor sellkhoza, nauk; r .; OPOSHKO$ II.G., tekhn. red. [Agrobiological foundationo of fruit culture] Agrobiologi- cheskie oanov7 plodovodutva. Leningrad) Lenizdat,, 1962. 118 p. (MLU 15 -.7) (Fruit wilture) 71 !jj7 ilk HVR~Mz IT RM.'R I. is It I i IM19imt, I.MR.. MWCHKOV. 111k~ti -Grigor-lyevich, prof*, doktor sallskokhoz.nauk; 19'CHIKOTIA, LEYMMSKATA, L.G., (Use of ridges in orchards] Sedy na valakh. Leningrad, Lanizdatq 1960. 66 p. (HIRA 13:11) 1. Laningradskiy sellskokhozyaystvonnyy Inatitut (for Zhuchkov). (Leningrad Province-Fruit culture) 4'iUCi COMUS. CJMG,:;F JLI Taa. 65. JOUR. RZhBiejl.2 No. 3, 19591 Ne,. U-090 AUTHOR Zhuohkov., N'. ra. DIST. TITLE In the Orchards and flurzeristj of FiPJ,and. IG. PUB. Sad i ogorod, 1958, go. 6p 771-72 JABSTRACT 'NTo abstract. nwn: 1A m ZHUCHKOV,,N*Go, doktor eel I skokhosyuystvemWkh nauki YtALASHNIKOVA, 1191., nauk. Spacing apple orebards for winter protection an the 'Udarnik' Training Farm In Tambov Province. Agrobiol,ogiia noo6:106-115 N-D 158. (MIRA 12:1) i.loningradakiy sell skokhospystvannyT inst.,Ltut, g. push)dn. (Tambov hovince-Apiplo) (plants--Frost, resistance) REbwaft. AAW I KAMSHI~V~" N.A. o, AIM90 -~BAXHMY, A.M. BLIN01r, L.F. -, BORIBOGTMSKIY, A.D.; GAR, X.A-4-; OARIRA~j K,,P.; GORSHIN, P.P.; (',UTIYSV, G.T.; DBLITSINA, A.Y.; DWMCVAj P.F.; YMUSHMIO, A.F.; YEGMOV, V.I.; YMEMKO, L.L.; YVINOT, V.A.; ZHILITSKry, Ta.Z.; ZRUCAWT,.,:,.Y.G *.., prof.; ZAYBTS, V~K.;IISKOLIDSKAYA, R.B.; KOLESHIMV, V.A., arof.-, KOLBSNIKOV, Ye.V.; KOSTINA, X.F.; MWGWYA, V.A.; IXORTIYEVA, M.N.; IZSYUK, Ye.A.; MURHIM, U.N.; NAZARTAk, Te.A.; NWRULI, A.M., prof.; ODITSOV, V.A.; OSTAPMO, V.I.; PETRUSEVICH, P.S.; PROSTOS,'FMOV, N.H., prof.; RUKAVISHNIMV, B.I.; RYABOV, I.P.; SABUROV, N.Y.; SABUROVA, T.A.; SAYZDARG, V.I.; SWIN, V.S.; SIXONOVA, M.N.; SMOLYANINOTA, N.K.; SOBOISTA, V.P.; TARASMO, M.T.; FETISOV, G.G; CHIZHOV, S.T.; CHUGUNIN, Ta.T., prof.; TAZTITSKIY, M.N.-; ROSSOSUCHANSUTA, V.A., r6d.; BALLOD, A.I., [Frnitgro~'werls dictionary and handbook] Slovar'-spravochnik sadovoda. Moskva, Gos.lzd-vo sellkhoz.lit-x7, 1957. 639 P. (MIRA 11: 1) (?=it culture--Dictionaries) ZHUCHKOV, N.I'P. "Theoretical Determination of Optimum Parameters of Operation of Vibration Type Conveyors." report presented at a coordination Conference on Problems of DesiVa and Testing of Vibration type machinery, Mining Institute, had. Sci. USSR, 9-10 July 1958. (Izv. AN SSSR, Otdel Tekhn Nauk 1958, Tic. 11, p. 152) affil. Novocherkassk Poly-technical Institute ~15) ~ O~L Jas Tim fty~~%, 0~ f OT &JI 96 eT 0.)F)r, 1.jec-t-Vle 0 VO 6" re It ),.,.ale 0 C:~ ted, VJ-~ lb lile 06 100 a TIC~e -~Te'q . Ojo-4) e. 'o-f JJV31 ite ae teT3- rl 6 . IrL 9,1-11 ~.6te' .1)6C:r.. -VINI. ~:Oj 'Ge& 140T J~al g~~6 , 01 yLeO, te 119 9e- as 000& 'as ~5 , e'rs folr OT t1le 't' 06 jer, Irble's T 66 0 co cc) &elll ~.-Le ete Ot 195 luo eTSI f_eVa e e tel~t er 'Do y~e -I-rL 66-rif OaS V),l 9 1 BIT t1le 10.1 ~ 0-r elt ~OT t V 3 .4ec teT tA,- ~bs tj~ ttIO&O y~eO, te q. Ix a i%~ .6r, e ~~e& r S-~T Ve 1e toe %e 10 opge I j.&eT 19 Z' e e& OSS'-'Tlg 0r ID,9-se 'Ov~stilvie -~-r "9 9 ck-I & i:a Ve ~:at 0 eTO' 0 0 e tVe 9. -r e 8 el't 0 o-al ' -ae I ,_*_eO'l vrot, A~tvor p -r ell obto" i tVe to 10 86 -ae 9 , elm ~ 0 eT rv I a 'tue t,j~,e j lati-or` ~-r 0 ty~eT ait "or, Ile Cole .1-4 e1 Eccl 00 ec, 0~ TyLe e'rf-0 016 10* t 0 V oil- r, 0 T,T a t.4,0 ODIC P,M, I. LN Cox& -L/,z BOV/143-59-3-13/20 The Heat Exchange in Convective Dryere for Thin Materials steam radiators. The equatims provide the required dimensions of the tunnel according to given magnitu- des of initial and final moisture content and also according to given operating conditions. The equa- tions also provide data for awciliary devices. Finally, the author states that the calculation me- thod developed by him does not take into considers- tion all the complicated physical phenomena observed during a drying process, but it yields approximated formulae for practical engineering calculations of such drying.installations. There are 3 diagrams, 1 graph and 4 Soviet references. ASSOCIATION: Leningradskiy tekstillnyy institut imeni S.M. Kirova (Leningrad Textile Institute imeni S.M. Kirov) Kafedra teplotekhniki (Chair of Heat Engineering) SUBMITTED: December 3, 1958 Card 2/2 ZHUGHKOV P.A 0 kands tekhns n.auk Heat exchange in the drying cylinders of papermaking machinery. Trudy LTITSBP no.lOsI18-122 162* (KM& 16t8) (Heat-Transmission) (Papermaking machinery) ~-7 7 ZHVCHXOV,.P.A., kand.tekhn.naWc Calculation of radiation and convection dryers for waterproof cardboard. Trudy LTITSBF no.81153-155 161. (KRA 16-.9) (Paperboard-Drying) ZHUCIMOV, P.A. Drying of fine-grained and powderlike materials in suspension. Trudy LTITSBP no,13t121-127 164. (WRA l8t2) IVA MUC 111ROV, P.A.; DELOUSOV, V.N. -tions of the Investigating the aerodynamic and psychometric condi operation of the ventilation eyetem of high-opeed pipertrAkIng machinen. Trudy, LTITSBP no.13:131~7139 164, (MIRA 38:2) ZHUGIIKOV, Pavel Alekseyevich; BRODOTSKIY, A.I.p red. (Drying processes in woodlAill) and paper production) Pro- tsessy sushki v tselliulomo-bmaztmom proizvodz)tvo. Mo- skvaaj, Lesnaia promyshlennoatt, 1965. 250 P. (MRA 18 z 2) ZIBiUCIHIKGV P.A.j ABRAMOVICH, A.D.; BELOUSOV, V.N. Effect of the hydraulic and thermr' ionditions.of papermakJn? machi nes on the rate of drying of paper sheets. Trudy LTITSV no,13028-133 164. (MIRA 18,-),