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ZHURAVSKIY, L.S., dotsent Two new methods for r-terimental evidencing of the direction of the blood flow in interorganic vascular anastoriones. Trudy: KGMI no-101335-338 t63. 18a) 1. 1z kafedry fakul'tatakoy khirurgii (zav. JMfeAr--,t zhennyy deyatell nauki. RSFSR, prof. V.S.Semeno%, Kalininskogoi'. gosudarstvennogo meditsinskogo instituta. 1 ; MOROZOVv A.P.j red.; FLAKIDAt M.L, kAnd. takhn. naukv red*; ZHURAVSKII,, k; Ye.Ya. I OVA, T-1-1. ; MAT I j.2YVIG, H, L. LILY1 M. F. t aleadeiro CM111PITIO, T.A.; PROUMA'y Z.11,; ?,11URATSKIT, 141.,; KITSUK'At G,Eh. ActivaUon or ardtic acids wit'n the formatirin, o!* am4~~nt~acjl- phosphates in animal tissues. DokI. AN SSSR 166 no.1-227-230 Ja 1~6. 19:1) 1. Institut blokhimii AN LJkrSSR, 2, AN UkrSSR (for Gulyy).. Submitt6d July 2,. 1965. 1 r'OV/110-58- II-W28 0 AUTHORS: Zhuravski . NOK& (Engineer), and Chernushkin, I.T. (Engineer ;ro-i TITLE: Electrical Porcelgin Based on,Voloanio Ashv~' (Eloit. tekhnicheskiy farfor na oanove vulkahichosikogo, popl.&).~ PERIODICAL: Vestnik Elektropromyshlennostis Nroll, 1958 pp-42-43 (USSR) ABSTRACT: It is becoming nijoessary'll.-o new:,~bourqes,of ra*zaterial for the manufacture of electrical porae-laifi. Hxp~e'~rimonts have, therefore,'been~oarried out aV,tho Bleotrioal Poreelain Works to make high-voltage electrical porcelain from Ntxllchik volcanic ash and Hanaas'.Auartz sand*, Chemical. analyses of -the se materials are recorded in Talblo 14 The formulation adopted for the porcelain is given. The micro -st~ruotutre of the finished material:is described; it has a substantial .vitreous phaset . Sixteen samples were nade up as ishowil in Table 2, to determine the best composition for the porcelain. The procedures adopted for preparing,tho Mixes, moulding the specimens, and firing them are described. The final Card 1/2 firing temperature was 1290-13000C. of the so. 15(2)'' 7/72-59-1- 1-1 I~N) A AUTHORS. Zhuravskiy, It. K.j~ Chernushkin, 1. T., Khpel lko: 'iT. TITLD. The Use of Volcanic Ash in the Pastes~.Of 1. do.trotechnidal Porcelain PERIODICAL:. Stoklo i keramika, 1959, Nr 111, pp 38! 4BSTRACT: M.'A. Bezborodov P. F. Mikhalevich,. S.:Gi-Tuman6v T. P.~ $hira;rkCj: G. N. Voronkov, A. A, Zvyagillskiyj N.P.11retov~ carri outi experiments aiming at the'production of por6elain freel"from' feldspar. The possibility' of usine voldanic,~aiffi: was inve6tiGated h Me vre~e ca'=icl by the GIKI. In the years: 1957 58 j sue I . en~rlme out at the Ordzhonikidze Glass Container and~'Alnsulator5,lPlaiit ir-11-th Nallchik volcanic ash and,'Man=xskQYT' (PfWtM18*dv2W1 jives the chemical compositions of the volcanic.4sh a~d'quArtz Wind,: Samples with volGanid-ssh'contents'between ~5 *and 50Vrrerel produced-Their compositions~are Givenin table',2' and'thelr average mechanical, thermal, and diele6tric~'values in:table 3. Furthe3!kore, the brdparation of the pov~ ce lain,'. paste is deserited .of7type in detail, It was prepared by means of'Ithe vacuun piess SM-241 and thevacuum grinding V-P-220. The~baking;of Card 1/2 insulators van. sca'rried.out in the oil-fired miniature'lunnbl kiln XUAM 1111111wilairtmall m - . - . . - . I .. I. . . lz - - .~! U1,11 bMI . . . .I. . . . . . . . . 141111M IMP 111111 lw I I I'l; I,p-;i I, ........ . ......- I i ! 11' 11 .I 1 *11 11 . '. .1 . YOTMOVICH. Boris Arisenlyevich, inzh.; ZHURAVS in2h.,- ZCd6V,'0ikhnil NikolayevitW4.91149.441 ftcl #C 0 , PM VAST1fYZV,,V.V.,,'inzh.. SIDOROV, H.I., inzh., red.!; BCBROVAt U.N.,, [Overhead power and illumination lines at railroad terninalej, r Vosdushaye silovye I. oavetitellnye linii shalesnodo oxhnykh stantaii. Moskva, Goe.tranap.zhel-dor.izd-vo$ 1.09; 189 Pe (MIRA 12:9) (Railroads--Stations) (Meotric line s-Overhand) 0 36/1440 ~ACC NR: AP'027235 SOURCE CODE:. UR/0109/66/0111008114 A'UT14OR: Kolesov', L. N.; Mekhantsev, Ye. B.; Kil'metov, R. S.; .Shapovalov, V. L., Zhuravikiv. ORG: none TITLE: Calculation of characteristics of distributed X-C -DTR- structure 6: having p-n-junction-type nonuniform capacitance.~ SOURCE: Radiotakhnika i elektronika, v.~ 11, no. 8, 1966, 1436 440 TOPIC TAGS: pa junction, circuit microminiaturization 'ABSTRACT: A complete appro3dmatc matrix is set up of adr6ittances d;a non- uniform structure (see figure) consisting of two resistanceii separated b~ a reverse-biased p-n junction. In practicei such a structure: has been used M.' component mic ro miniaturization, and one of the resistances has been rep'res ented, ..Card 1/2 ... ~~CC NR: AP6027235 by a semiconductor supporting base. Althou gh c(x)& several nonuniform structures '"Y'e been analyzed by.~ Jh other researchers (e.g.. P~ S. Castro, Proc. Nat. El. Conf. , v. 19, 1963), they cannot represent the p-n junction., The translent'rei3p6nse of such a p-n- 71- F junction-containing structure is investigated;'using differential and integral circuits as examples. The J L nt-response theoretical curves are corrobo- X transie dz L rated by experimental curves obtained from ~L p specimen acted upon by 30-nsec pulses. Orig. art. has: 4 figures and 17 formulas. :SUB CODE: 09 SUBM DATE: 30Mar65 ORIG REF; 000 OTH REF., 003 C d GfI 1 4 1 A Ji 8 # lit 11 11 ;1 m %I hil V to of It is A It 0 111 Oilli lit 13 3, 111 111 v 0 p 44 It 61 ~4 r 'A -L, A.-" I . 0 A I I U V. A I A AA a W U b 9, A.~,( 4 It a 4 1 ;'7JURAV-~Kiy; N-, 11 The fractional ondmadow. of crude beezves. .00 Ind. I=% Chm. Zatr. 19306 1. Yls-,V!4wA? ft,~Ubmb- 00 ri few I vfth Ow olt(ainft tif lhe difimut ftmell FrActismal gwadmialim .00 0 11111'I'm"ItIC4L 9 of the vutu)m Tbe fix"t fractionati,in as a wit in Lvn=l A, livamis 0 al-: 00 coo in Vt ei be 4 L 411 At k 1114K ot wiromol C %, Ww K if WN *j, wAp CRT. 48C. "Oil 4) in. ri, 1. -60 v a it I in 0-4, 6 Am 4 3 ;16 v is At 00 AIII. in at 4lilt O'e go 0 olil a o a a 0 06 00 * o 0 0 0 0 0 111 0 0 0000 Wo 0 10 ~-Osl 0,0 0 -0,:o 0, :1 to 0 04,0 00 00 0 00 0 00 0 0 00 0 40 0 0 * 0 0 0 *1** AUTHORs Zh SOV/42-13-3-17/41 an TIAE: On the Decomposition of Some Mixed Abeli ;'Groups (0 rasshcheplenii nekotorykh.smeshnnnykh abelev~rkh,grupp) PERIODIGALt'U-6peldii matematicheskikh nauk, 1958t Vol f3, Nr 3, pp 230431 (USSR) A13STRACT: The author restricts hims~elf'to the consideration of abellan groups and announces a series of resultsp"e.g.:. Theoremt Let the factor group 0 a G/P of~a mixed group 04ith respect to its periodic part F be decomposed into the direct sum OC 0C Let 0 gdenote a subgroup of 0 so that 0 K/IP Tnder;. this' assumption 0 is decomposable then and only tban! ifall subgroups G are deoom osable. p Theoremi.Let,the,(; satisfy the conditionse 1~ G/F is a group of, first rank 2 The hights of elements different from :Pero 61 ftfie primary direct summands'F of P are finite for~~all prime numbeis plof P a certain set of prime numbers M. 3) In every residue class of G with respect to P there exist maximal elements. Card 1/2 161(1) AUTHORt Zhuravskiyy V.S. (Brest) SOU/39:48-4-4/4 TITLEs On the Splitting-of Some Mixed Abelian Group9i PERIODICAL: Matematicheskiy abornikp 19599 vol 48t Nr~4, pp 499-508 (tSSR) ABSTRACTs The author generalizee'the criterion of.Ye-S.Lyapin f-ReXi -7 for the splitting of a mixe.d,Abelian group. fle:givea further sufficient criteria, eg.: Theorem: Let the factor group,G/F of,the 'ih~ixed groupiG with its periodic' part P be a: direct sum of clertai!n groups: G Let Go'be. that subgroup of':G OL corresponding to the group Gtfor which G~IF -:,GK. In this case can be split'then and only then if eve Iry subgroup Gg(,c Ian be split. There are 4 theorems and 2 le s which partially appear.already in f Ref 2_7. The author thanks A.G.Kurosh, Ye,,'S.Lyapint and A.P.Mishina.for their advice. There are,,7 references, 6 of which are Soviet, and 1 American. SUBMITTEDt November 5, 1957 Card 1/1 2 60 M S/O /134/001/026/938i. 14400 Gil 222 AUTHOR; Zhuravskiy, V.S. TITLE: On the jueation on the Group of,Abolian Exton~'Slons of Abelian; Groupa \16 kademii nauk SSSR'1960 N ~PERIODICAL: Doklady A Vol. 134, o.~Iipp. 29'32 TEXT: Let A,B,C be Abelian groups for which the aeqiienoe::04A-,-B-C40, I is exact. Then the following sequences exact for ivery4beiiangioiup G3 (1) O-+HoM (GtA)->Hom (GvB)->Ilom (G,C)-). Ext (G, A) Ext (G B) 4 Ext (0 C) :-)10 (2) 0 Ho m (c, G)--> Hom B, G Ho m (A G -4 EX t (C, G Ex t B' G) ---'Ex f(,k, Q40 -the proof,of the following theorem; (1.), (2) ate used for Theorem It Let F be an Abelian group free,of torsion With finite ank~ I f ystem of linearly independent e leme nts of P; C) 1-t- f 21 f r i a 112y ... 9r T-periodic Abelian roup. Then the otou P Ext(FIT) f.'. t h i periodic ta,rt.T factor group of the group Ext (P/C,Tg) with respect t6 its Card 1/ 4 - ------ ---- MOO 001/028/936 XX On the question on the' Group of Abelian 02~60j 134/ EXtensions of Abelian Groups, oil 22:2 is isomorphic: Ext(F,T) 7 Ext(FICIT)IV Theorem-2: Let F be a-cormplete Abelian group free of torsion with theirank r (r - finite or infinite CSTdinal number); T.- arbitrary TedUcea.Abeli4n group. Then Ext(F,T) V Z*(Ext(R/ZT)/T) where RJs the~additiY4 group of all rational numbers, Z is the subgroup of all integers, means the r fold complete direct.-Sum. Theorem -3: Let, F-and, T belfree of torsion and Abelian;a~ La V F' have them finite e:.type of rank r. Lot th each element of F different'from z6xio be greater' than the-type~of each element of T different from zero. Ify is a pure subgroup of.fir t rank-of F,:then it bolds Ext(F,T) Ext(019T) Ext(f,,T) .Every group- H ~of first rank is isomorphic to a subgr~lxp Of the additive group R-of-.rational numbers; lot H be identified with:this' aubgroup;Ilet:'Z be its subgroup of all integers.' Card 2/ 41 84570 On the Question on the Group of Abelian S1020 60/134/001/028/036 ~a Theorem 41 let H be-lbelian and of first -rank; in.the ahlavaot6ristic (k I k ..jkj?---) 9f the numbe.1- 1GH let all ~ k- be finite. Let T 1 2 be an arb it raTy, gr n ki T Then ,pup free--of torei.on. Let TO'.= ep Pi k Ext(H,T) T~~i. _T) /(T/T --&-sev -of .-prime.-. numbers) i (P is Theoism" 5t Let F,be a group primary with,-respeot:to thel p,~i6 number. p B be i.te,basic 'subgroup. If the Abelian group T in so! Ithat 1) T, [p,j ',0 2) pT. T then Ext(F,,T) Ext(F/B,T). Theo'r'em 6.- Lef T be a periL odic, let its rima' nents T p ry COMPO q contain no elements of infinite height; let B belthe dire.:t:oum of the: basic subgroups -:of -the of TO B:- _B L at F bo a group: P p em fre'e of torsion,so that pF F holds.for~.all pritie numbers p for whidh 'Card 3/4 .4 -4 igiv p - 39' 1 '* '4 j HA Uh ; 4 0- 0 P-.4 fl Lai Ila 141 Gi 34 .1 :11 1 A uff 1- 4 "HIU? 'u, 1, NOR pig Vila IN 411 3- Soo kH 41.0a IN4 ! A1.0 ow a P-G-11-47! 0 1-214. 10 ifl,fia 1! 1 .1;41 a Aga .4 ^ 1 IPA IT! gill all, III] I MAIII F1 I INIHIMIT. IIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIII III III M1111-111A ON M 11111MIN11 lfulillialliffilifitil ku MATUM, Boris Ivanovich; kand.takhu.nauk; ZHURATWIP Fedor V69111yovich.; Pr IInimali uchastlyd: PRVZMO S.B., inzh.; PQMC.UKCV, L.G.; ZHURAYSKIT~ Ye.B.. ZHULMOT,-Y.T., kend.tekJw.nv*'., red.,, NMiYAT- SKAYAS T.14.-7',- ORASHKINA, V.I., tekhn.reC (Technology of forging light alloy . shapes with vsriable and periodic cross sections] Tekhnologiia pressovaniia pkofilei peftmennodo i periodichaskogo sechenii is legkikh splavov.1: Moekva, Gos.iza-vo obor.promrshl., 1959. 126 p. 13:3) (Forging) (Light metals) 'tiff" IN HUHH11 111111,0H H114 I I411i M11 kill Jill ACC NRt AP6012870 SOURCE CODE: AUTHOR: Goroshin, 0. 1. (Engineer); ZhuravskiX, Yu. P. (Engineet) ORG: none TITLE: A multichannel coupling device with regulators for. use with 1$e IlDnopr" all' purpose computer SOURCE: Mekhanizatstya I avtomatizatsiya proizvodBtva, no. 4,:1966,.:22-23 TOPIC TAGS: computer programming, coupling circuit, digital on8lDg computer, Induatrial automation ABSTRACT: The article describes the circuitry, operation, and scopd of a 14-channel regulator coupling device, developed at the NIOKMI Institute (histitut NIOKHM), Ito be used as a coupling circuit between a "Dnepr" all-purpose computer and an output work uni.t. (eig., a in achine tool), The device has 30 output trigger cells for thgilolnnection o' f signal and control relays which are switched on and off at commands fed from the control ~ unit In accordance with the machine operation routine. A structural diagram of a data conversion system using,this coupling circuit is examined, and the operation of one of the identical 14 channels is considere In detail. The device has a built-in alarm system in the case of machine stoppage due to pro- gram-monitored faults. A banic electrical diagram of the device is :included, and It to pointed out that this unit, which Is simple and reliable In operation, providen the operator with the Card 1/2 UDC: 681.14-523.8.-62-510-654.15 ACC NRi AP6012870 possibility of visually monitoring the control process and of intervenhigzin that process at any time. The device permits easy matching with electronic simulation equipment and may be used in the formation of.hybrid (digital-analog) control systems. Unlike static discrete-analog con- verters, this device filters out the FIF oscillations of output signals caused by the operational instability of the discrete-to-analog converter In the coupling unit of the computer.; At the present time, the device Is being used in a Dnepr - based control system In the absorption section of a Bodo production operation at the Slivyanskly Bodo CombIne-,"(Blavyanskly sodovoy "kombinat). Orig. art. has: 2 figures. SUB CODE: 09,13/ SUBM DATE: -!none 2/2 C a( big ~To.R 51111HIIIII I II jilt IIIA IF] IM I IMUTI I [IiIIIIHi IIH III 11PIR I I I!Ij V? 1-1 .14 d t ZHUR,.. ,Ty, y1jr4y Vspvolodowich; VSF ----------- [LlactromagnetiQ magnitr:Qre mekhanivW prok;--Lq;kh --Lr~rov. fi!;1tV.1j 222 p. SOV/ 137-57-6-9899 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1,957, Nr 6, P 83'(USSR) AUTHORS: Rokotyan, Ye.S., -Meyerovich, I.M., Zhura~sk,,'iv,,IYu. V. w TITLE: An Investigation of the Auxiliary Mechanisms of the 1000 Blooming Mill (Issledovaniye vspomogatellnykh mekhani,,.rnov blumingal 1000) PERIODICAL: V sb.: Prokat. stany, Nr 6. Moscow, Ma'shg14 1956, pp~ ?4-123 A13STRACT: An investigation is made of the auxiliary mechanisms of the 1000 bloomingmill: Theingotbuggy, the ingot turner, thernill~tabl(ils, the manipulator, and the transfer - at one of Vae southern plants', of the Soviet Union. Oscillographic, recording of the work of the elec- tric drives determines the primary power,characiteristics of the mechanisms being investigated, monitors the correctness of.th6 choice of power for. the electric drives, and re-veals the true. work done by the mechanisms. Determination of st:resses in the individual units of the mechanisms is performed by means of wire strain gages. Exhaustive data useful to designers at heavy machinery plants iri planning similar mechanisms and to personnel of metallurgical Card 1/1 plants in utilizing the equipment are prese nted. B.Ye. SOV/137-57r-6 9908 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 1957,, Nr- 6, p 85 JUSSa) AUTHORS: Zhuravsci u_ V_ E M.I. tingofj TITLE- Calibration of an Electrical Differentiating Device (Tarirovka ele'k- tricheskogo differentsiruyushchego ust.royst,va) PERIODICAL: V sb.: Prokatnyye stany. Nr 7. Moscow,: Mashgiz, 1956,:: Pp Zil I- 215 ABSTRACT: The primary engineering difficulty in mei~agUring mechanical values by electrical means is the calibratibn~ (G).of the curve (CU of a time derivative. A method:based on w~oyrnent of the ap~riodic discharge of the capacitor Ut:__Uoexp-t R :is known, which yields a single point on the Cu. In order to obtain.: otlter points it is neces,- sary to have a set of resistances and capacitances the values of, which are of adequate stability and are accurately determined. 'The authors make use of anothermethod of G. A sine-wave voltage, vt=vosin wt is delivered to the input of thedifferentiating mechanisr.-i. The calibrating Cu may be derived in two wayir a) By changing the Card 1/2 frequency w at an invariable vo, and b) by changing the amplitude SOV/ 137-57-6-9906 Translation from: Referativnyy zhurnal, Metallurgiya, 19 5N r6, p 84 (USSR) AUTHOR: Zhuravsk TITLE: 'Choosing Electromagnets for Thin Steel Sheet and,Steel Stri~,p (k vyboru elektromagnitov dlya tonkikh stallnykb li;stov i stallnoy polosy) PERIODICAL: V sb.: Prokatnyye stany. Nr 7. Moscow,,~: Mashgiz, 19560;: pp ~36- Z41 ABSTRACT: The use of electromagnetic mechanisms facilitates auto M~ati'on of auxiliary operations in producing rolled steel. The TsKBMM has developed a number of mechanisms for tra,insporting sheet~sl (S) and coils of strip. In designing such mechanisms it is necessary to make a choice of traction electromagnets,~E) for thin stri04'. A'spec- ial feature of the E lies in the fact that the th'in 'steel S coh4 titutes the armature closing the magnetic circuit$ The.force of the' E 4e- pends on the magnitude of the magnetic flux, as well as on ~~the ~Wind- ing. Saturation of one of the steel sections of the magnetic~ circuit of the E results in limiting the power it devel.ops. In the 'case of a Card 11Z correctly designed E, induction should be idontical at all.cross SOV/ 137-57-6-*9906 Choosing Electromagnets for Thin Steel Sheet and Steel Strip sections of the magnetic circuit. The maximum induction in the, S should not be greater than the induction in the E core. . This relationship may'be expressed, as:, r2=2h(r+6). If we plot a curve for known h and 6 (the'thicknt-ss of the S'andAhe air gap between the S and the pole), we f ind the magnitude of r, i the radiu.s of an average care. Having determined the radius, we may also find the other,~struc- tural parameters of the E. In developing E for lifting or flanging thin steel S$' 1) the dimensions of the E should be chosen in correspondence with the thickness of the S and the magnitude of the working gap, Z) the manufacture of magnets ofi optimum size for S < 0.2 cm is difficult because of the inadequate mechanical strength of the S, and 3) the working air gap should not exceed 0.1-0.2 h. B.Ye. Card 2/2 PHASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/5471 Moscow. Vsesoyuznyy institut nauchnoyi tekhniche-skoy informats,li. Prokatnyye stany. [Sbornik) 1 ([Metal] Rolling Mills. (Collection] l) Moscow$ 1959. 272 p. 2,000 copies printed. Sponsoring Agencies: aosudarstvennyy hauchno-tekl',Lnicheskiy k6mitet Soveta Ministrov SSSR, Akademiya nauk SSSR., Ed.: Ye. S. Rokotyan, Doctor of Technical Sclenoefi,-Tech. Eds..: 0. A. Shevchenko and N. G. Gonchar'ov., PURPOSE: ThJscollection of articles Is inte*n:ded.for technical, personnel in tolling mills$ educational institut6o',;3ign offices. COVERAGE: The collection contains articles Oqalf~ng.with the present status of methods used in metal rolling. Attentlon Is given to the design and operation of sheet and planetary mills, electric drives of equipment rolling shops, And instruments for Card 1/5 (Metal] Rolling Mills (Cont.) SOV/5471 measuring metal-rolling process parameters,:, D,. P.~Morozo v:.. Doctor of Technical Sciences, and I. S. PobOdirt,,Candidate of Technical Sciences, edited come parts of the book. References accompany each article. There are 131 referencen, Soviet and. non-Soviet. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Foreword 3 1. Rokotyan., Ye. S. (Doctor of Technical Sciencee; Modern'~ 4 Sheet Mills 2. Burlyanov, V. F. [Candidate of Technical Sciences]. Plan_~ etary Mills 79 3. Filatov, A. S. (Candidate of Technical Sciences).- Modern' Electric Drive forthe'Basic Equipment of Rolling Mills 126 Card 24 HU,pi ir~ 1"ITT -14 '-,,'T:I~ -,I ~! IP., 11111"ll I I tills I I 111111.111fif 11111111111 1 I'l-11i W I ~ %01 vl~fl 9". -11111111 [Metal) Rolling MillB (Cont.) SOV/54171 4. Zhuravsk~~Yu~.V. [Candidate of Technical Sciences]. Electric P-qa-pme for the Auxiliary Mechanisms of Rolling Kills 187 5. Meyerovichp 1. M. [Candidate of Technical Scien-.esl.~ In- struments for Measuring the Force Parameters',of Rolling Mills. AVAILABLE*. Library of Congress (T3340.M.67) VK/Wro/jw 9,-14-61 Card 3/3 A4 KUSAROV, S.; RAMIMOT. T.; KHLSAXOT G.; BMISHZV, Kh.; SHAROM-DINOV, S.- KEUSAIMMHAYJV, I Z edaktor; ZHAIoO:LOY, Zh., red;~,4orj UMANSKIT. P.As, tek~!c Mey ~ra store [Collective farm chairman's handbook] Nolkhos raislari uchun sparavach- nik. Toshkent. Uzbekiston SSR daflat nashrieti, 1)56. 915 pe Ma Uzbek] OMu 10:5) (Collective farms) 1111v ................ .. im;; AVTHOR: Zh4bdavlev, V.S. 5-3-2/37 TITLEv ino-- On the Tectonic Nature of Regional Maxima of Gravimetri~ . malies of the Sineclise Hear the Caspian Sea:(O tektoni- cheskoy prirode regionalInykh gravitatsionnykh maksimumov Prikaspiyakoy sinelclizy) PERIODICALt Byulleten' Moskovskogo Obahchestva Ispytatialey Prirody,!Otdel Geologicheskly, 1957, No 3f PP 33-53 (USSR) ABSTRACTt On the basis of geological and geophysical data on the.; 'structu Caspian sineolice the author investigated the re of . , , the south-eastern external corner of.the 11uhsian plat.leau, Geological and geophysical investigations carried out during recent years in the southern part of the Caspian sine'elisil have confirmed the opinion asto the plateau's structure..~ The material pertaining to the northern part of the sineclise was not analyzed until recentlyf and this represents the sub- ject of the,artiole. During the past:10 years, the Khobda zone of positive gravity anomalies and adjaoent areas were covered by geological surveys and geophysical investigations., As A 3~esult -,of these investigations it was established that salt tectonics were developed in the Khobda zone and,that.the Card 1/4 thickness of the over-salt sediments in depressions'separat- 5-3-2/37 Oft the Tectonic Nature of Regional Maxima of Gravimetric Anomalies of the Sineclise Near the Caspian Sea ing the domes amounts to 3.5 to 4 km, acco:rding to seismic data. The gravimetric survey has shown.that the Khobda area of maximum anomaly has the outline of an equilateral triangle with the vertex pointing south. Its base -qpproximately coincides with 500 of northarn latitude'ani its vertex reaches the sands of Taysugan at 480 otnorthern latitude. The seismic profiles crossed a series of sections with ano- malous gravity values and indicated that relative local minima'correspond to salt domes, and relative maxima to in- terdomal depressions. Up to 26 reTlecting levels deposited conformally and almost horizontally can be traced down,to a depth of 3-5 to 4 km in the most sagged sections. The Aral- sor regional maximum gravity zone like:the. Khobda zoncJs strongly differentiated. Local minima'also.correspond!to salt domes and maxima to interdomal 'depressions, which I was confirmed by the method of reflected waves.. The strike of the Aralsor gravity maximum coincides with the strike of a deep break of the crystalline foundation which borders the Card 2/4 Khobda zone at the south-east. It is sup.posed that a deep 111114119 HUM "Im N ----- -ism 5-3-2/37 On' the Tectonic Nature of Regional Maxima of Gravimetric knomalies OfAhe SiAeclise Near the Caspian Be& break lies also at the base of the Arals6r &one. The South- Emba (Yuzhno-Embinakiy) regional gravitylmaxiiium has the same strike as the Aralsor zone, which extendt about 250 km from Mertvyy Kultuk to the Diar wells. The South-Emba anti-, cline determines the south-bastern corner of' the Russian plateau which includes also the entire salt-dome territory of the Caspian sineclise. The crystalline foundation of the plateau is divided into separate blocksiby 3 regional breaks in east-north-east direction, the Khobdai South-Emba and kralsor breaks. These breaks were cross breakswith respect to the geosyncline zones surrounding the.plateau corner; they determined the character of the accumulation of Paleo- zoic sediments and the structure of the rocka.'. They caused the step-shaped character of the platoau corner and the formation of the Khobda, South-Emba and Aralsor anti- clines within the limits of the Casp~an sinealise. The pre- sence of these anticlines controlled the-.~distribution of. hydrochemical sediments, and differences in~the composition Card 3/4 of the latter determined the differences in the character of 11111111 V 5-3-2/37 On' the Tectonic Nature of Regional Maxima of Gravimetric Anomalies of the, si,yieclise Near the Caspian Sea salt tectonics within the eineclise. This oircumstance makes it possible to use the comparative anal sis of the salt tectonics character for approximate determinations of tho depth of an undersalt bed occurrence when:direct data are not available. The article contains 2 geologic maps and 43 Slavic refer-, ences. AVAILABLE; Library of Congress Card 4/4 DDICXLI PnT, 2929 in the v prikas Upper f tile $its 0 erkhaego 1136bil, Depof 70 tlozheuiyo, 11-1~loe (MovskiYe-' 169 A957 SYUSG3.4.6e. Russion) SSSR, 1951 9A Reviewe'". Luelclize I eimij Ilaulc in 'this ~egiou dy XkSd marine jauns or~atious 'DI 1957 O'C's 6 / I d ~Jcj6n. bibiiCatus the t JOUU 11 vith 1-000 040ur. 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Zvidence of secondary saline tectonics on the open domes of the.,. eastern part Tf the Caopian symeallee. DALAO S85k 132 no,,k . 891-894 Je 60. (MIR& 13:5) j. Geologichaskijr institut Akademli cauk SSSR.'i Predutavleno akademikom A#L Tanshinym. icasplan See region-Jalt domoo) HIM lilt - - - -- --- 'HMVIEV, V .; PODKOVYRKIN) l,L*; SZEKMO, F.P.1 .TULIMSKIY~ YUJ~.; t!l _ 41v., .!I W is W4* t -I w-MA-MI'vil A it 4WA !-I ~qq!lt U UF%2; I n I 4-~%( 1 1-51, 1 a UP[ I I I it I I 1[ 417011111111: i I I I; [I[['!] III I If f I I of r 1111111 IMIR I R 11111111 11111111119M, till Ifu I I fill Id 111t.414 v ~Ji 77 p to i Oxw lit; dil. ',%*I It b) i I 1 ?00 06% f, I., "d -1114 it InIxt. to qt~fdifr itb! blity u6 (f) Denwit (hit zi1j"i. '14, iruh I t"im with ditad -ruter. dry 64 urcuts tit AW ilix.01 frathinr ivams. attil weigh. Good rimiks vewpielfrum 12 analnei I)v th, mvtfhxI rmitimmid,.M. 11 N I] tL I M I Will J] 11-1 Hill I I C I If I :34288 S/71O/60/000/001/003/04; D055/.Dll3 AUTHORS: ze, T&P6 TITLE: A comparison of ethylene-n-hexane, ethyl.dne-6yclohexanel'and ethylene-benzene systems according to p-v--.t-N relationships and phase equilibrium SOURCE: Kiyev. Gosudarstyennyy nauchno-issledovate~ ltski~ i'proyek ~nyy yahle osti. institut ugoltnoy, rudnoy, neftyanoy i gazovoy prom. Nauchnyye zapiski, no. 1, 1960. Dobyoha il:'pererabotka neftip 68-77. TEXT: The relationships between volume, pressure and te.mperaLure;aid 6f the phase equilibrium and mutual solubility in binary,hydroqarbon sysi~~sjl~ith ethylene as an unsaturated hydrocarbon gas,are studied experimentally_ Cyclohexane, benzene and n-hexane, which have an equal number of carbon atoms in the molecule but different chemical natures, were chosen: as liquid hydrocarbons. The p-v-t relationships were determined for several:miitures Card 1/4 Mal W#LU_4_MM___ 16- 34288 S/710/1,50/000/001/003/004 A comparison of D0550113 of ethylene vrituh each of the liquid hydrocarbons in,6oncentrations from 15 to goo molar ethylene at temperatures of 30, 50'L75,L~10C,125 and 1560C and pressures up to 150 at (absolute physical atmosphere). The~data obtained, -hip v f: are reproduced in the form of grap4a showing the relationn (P)tt where v is the specific volume (cM'lg); p - pressuxel(at)t t = temperature. The Y - f (p) isotherms are similar inLshape for all the*mixtures studied. For those containing a small percentage of ethylene,~tho,isotherma take,the form of curves with abrupt breaks, which correspond to a change in the phase state of the mixture, at all the given temperatures. Where the break occurs..the pressure and specific gravity are those for saturation level. The point of the break indicates the disappearance of the last gas bubble and the entry of the mixture into a single-phase liquid state. Isotherms for mixtures consisting of half and more ethylene have thesame form at temperatures much lower than the critical ones. AV:temperatuxes near and above the critical ones, the Curves are smooth. The malar~volume corres- ponding to saturation pressure in the mixtures decreastis in the order C H n-0 H C H C H and 0 H -C H when temperatures gnd etAylene 2 4- 6 14 2 4- 6 12 214 6 6 1 Card 2/4 34288 S/710/60/000/001/003/P04 A comparison of ... D055/D113 concentrations are the same for all three. The relation:3hip of the molar volume to the molar fraction of ethylene is the same for all three systems. At first, the molar volume decreases as the ethylene coni,.entration risos, but when the latter reaches a certain point, the former iilso increases. ',The equilibrium constants in each system and partial molar volumes of each constituent in the solutions of ethylene in n-hexane,:cyclohexane and,benzol are given. At 75-1250C, the partial molar volume of ethiriene depend s largely on the ethylene concentration in the mixture andoat 30-500C it does not depend on the molar fraction for certain successi-ve ethylene concen- trations. If this includes the whole range of ethylene ooncentrations at 300C for the ethylene-n-hexane system, for the ethylene-benzene system,it extends only to 0.5 molar fraction of ethylene. Given the'same temperatures and pressures, ethylene solubility in n-hexane, cyclohexane and benzene de- creases in that order. In all three systems it increases as.the pressure rises with a constant temperature, but decreases with:riving temperature ani constant pressure. Ye.A.Yeaakov is mentioned. There arcf 9 figuxes,.5 tables and 8 references$ 5 Soviet-bloc and 3 non-Soviet-bloc...The three Card 3/4 34288, S/710 (60/000/001/003/6~04 A comparison of DORD113 English-language referencea are; W.B. Kay, Ind, Eng, Chem.~ 40, 1459,~1945; D.M.Newitt, and all, Proc. Roy. Soc.,*A 176, 140, 1940; B.H. Sage, and all, Ind. Eng. Chem., 43, 2112, 1951. p, 32334:: 3/081/61/000/024/066/086:' B102/B108 (2130 AUTHORS: Sklyar, V. T.0 Lebedev, Ye. V., Lizogub' A, P., Zhurba ~A.S Perekrest, A. N., Lebedeva,j. B., TITLE: Some ways of a more rational reprocessin,j; of'paraffin petroleums of Western Ukraine PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal. Khimiya, no..24,'~ 1951;, 467, abstract 2AM63 (Nauchn. zap. Gos. n.-i. i proyektn. i'n-t ugollv.~ rudn. neft. i gaz. prom-sti.I1UkrniiproY'ektII,. no, 4, !961 87 - 112) TEXT: Results are presented of a study of a possibillity~of deepest~~ndi most rational exploitation of the petroleums of Dolinskoye'and Bitkoyakoye deposits which are characterized by a high content of light oils (Dolinskoye: 54-4%, Bitkovskoye: 43 .1%), high paraffin content (16 a.nd 17%. respectively), and low content of sulfur (0-35 - 0.55,14). Thorough investigations of the Dolinskiye petroleums showed iba,; in the deparaffinization of diesel fuel fraction by selective so.lvents at low temperatures, low-melting paraffin hydrocarbons can be BA-parated which Card 1/2 .......-...... IN Rat 32334 8/061/61/oob/o:?4/066/o86 Some ways of a more rational... B102/B108 are a valuable raw material for the petroohemioal IndiAstry, The qiiantllty separated is 17 - 20% per fraction or 3.5 -.4-1~ per etroieum. P DeDaraffinization of the fractions corresponds to theAemand',q of the ro(.T (GOST) for diesel summer fuel and special fuel. At low,temperatures volid paraffin hydrocarbons were separated in quantiti,es of 28% per fraction or e~ per petroleum by means of'selective solvents fromthe~ distilled fraction of medium paraffin petroleum. From the deparaffini,zed- part petroleum components of high viscosity can be ob6ined. From the ,distilled fraction of heavy paraffin petroleum solid hydri)Orbons ()5% per' fraction), as vall an diesel and tractor olla with a viaconity index of 187 can be obtained. High-quality residual oils (-,2.61%, pur petroleuo) and ceresins (,0.7% per petroleum), as well as improved-clualLty bitumenn can be obtained from the petroleum anphaltir. A possibility'of-obtaining gue-turbine fuel, plasticizers for rubber and low,-sulf6r coke is showni [Abstracterts note; Complete translation., Card 2/2 s/7jLo/62/000/008/001 1003 E075/E436 A 'S' Ca di~at ei .~.-.AUTHORS: -Sklyai, V.T.,,Sabirova, G.V., Zhurba n of Chemical Sciences Rozhi.' f-.P-*~ -o-n-opol skiy'' L.Ye Zvoreva, A.D., Chuchvara, P.G., Engineers TiTLE: Preparation of freon oil X4~ -12 (XhF-.12) from Anastasiyevka crude SOURCE: Kiyev. Gosudarstvennyy nauchno-issle'd