SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT ZVEREV, V.A.  ZVEREV, V.A.
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POPOVA, M.I.; ZVEV.Vj V.A.
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AUTHOR: Vasillyev, V.G.,/Acting Head of the Chair Pf Electrical,
Apparatus; and Zverev VA Assistant
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TITLE: Electronic Analloguing of the Hysteresis characteristics
of Magnetic Materials
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedeniy
Blektromekhanika, 19591 Nr 91 PP 310 1U,SSR)
ABSTRACT: A number ofarticles dealing with electronic analogues'
(Kogan and Rozenblat, Refs 1, 2) have given a description
of the circuits which are suitable for analoguing a
simple rhomboic hysteresis.loop. Two such circuits are
shown in Figs 1 and 2. The circuit of Fig 1 consists of
a limiter, a memory element and an ampliflor. The
insensitive zone or the width of the hysteresis loop is
determined by the cutoff voltages of the limiter diodes~
while the slope of the loop is determined by the output
amplifier. The circuit of Fig 2 comprises an adding
amplifier, a. limiter and a memory device which is in the
form of an Integrator. If one of the above circuits is
fitted with a functional converterl,whose parameters are
Card 1/4 designed in accordance with the hysteresis loop of actual
ferromagnetic material, it is possible to obtaina
SOV/14459'91/15
Electronic Analoguing of the Hysteresis Characteristies.of
Magnetic Materials
actual'
Card 2/)+
characteristic which wculd coincide with the
function B = f(H). An example of such a device is shown
in Fig 3. The system is based on the circuit of Fig 1.
The difference between the circuits of FigI3 and Fig I
lies in the fact that the output amplifier of the latter
is replaced by a functional converter. The functional
transformation consists of three linear segments, wh 'ose
limit points are determined by the cutoff voltages of
the diodes, while the slope is determined by the ratio of
the total resistance of the feedback circuit to theInput
resistance Hysteresis loops obtained by this circuit
are shown in Fig L~. Analysis of the characteristics.
obtained by this device shows that the loops can be
analogued only approximately. Adifferent circuit is
therefore suggested. This is shown in Fig 5. The device
is suitable for the analoguing of the~socalled
11preliminary hysteresis loop". The circuit of Fig 5 is
characterised by the fact that the analogue amplifier is
preceded not by one but by a series of condensers. Each
of the,condensers is connected to the input of the
60v/1445991/15
Electronic Analoguing of the Hysteresis Charactoristics of Magnetic
Materials
amplifier through a suitable diode limiter!,, The
relationship between the output and the input signals of
this type of analogue is expressed by,
CBX
UBbI. X UBX UBI: tg 01)
Go CBX
CL ELr at
GO
where CEM is,the capacitanceat the lnpu.~ of the
amplifierl Co is the capacitance in~the feedback circuit,
and c6 is the slope of the transfer qharaateristic.~, ~ I
The coefficients of the circuit of Vig, 5 are indicated in
Table 1. The loop taken by means of the analogue of~Fig 5
is shown in Fig 61 while the partialsymme~rical and:non
symmetrical cycles (taken by the circuit) are illustrated
in F49 7. Further circuits, similar to that of Fig 5, are
illustrated in Figs 8 and 9; the circuit of'Fig 8
Card 3/4 consists of a limiter, a functional memoryAevice, an
integrator and a functional converter;+ the circuit of
Fig.9 consists of a functional convertor7 a functional
SOV/114'5991/15
Electronic Analoguing of the Hysteresis Charact.erist ics of Magnetic
Materials
memory device and an integrating amplifier. The
parameters of these circuits can be dei~ermined graphically
by the method of successive approximations,. The loops
and partialsymmetrical and nonsymmetricalcycles
analogued by the circuit of Fig 9 are'illustrated in~
Fig 10; the actual loops and partial:'cycles are shown in
Fig 11.
There are 11 figures, 3 tables and 3 Soviet references,:
one of which is translated from English.
ASSOCIATION; Kafedra elektricheskikh apparatov, Rhar!kovskiy
politekhnichoskiy institut (Chair of Electrical
Card 4/4 Apparatus, Kharlkov Polytechnical Institute)
allBMITTED: 15, 1959
[AWN
SHALMIR, M.L.; ZVEREV, V.A. (Gor' My)
Fastening with a metallic in rupture of the tubercle of the,
tibias Ortope, trava, protex. 1?,no*5:64 30 456. (MLRA loll)
(TIBIAYRACTUM)
,sootekhnik; PULVSKIT, V', zootekhnik
Tear round raising of broiler chicks on th" 'YonIchod' Collective
Farm. Zhivotmvodstvo 21 no 5:5257 159 (RIRA 12.7)
1. Nolkhoz "Vookboa Krannopolvanakogo rayona, Aookoveko7
oblasti (for ZverevL
(poultry)
~.AUTHOR: Zverev, V. A. 65838/16
TITLE A Calculation of the Deformation Profile of,.the Correction
Surface in the Rectifying Glass of kerophotogTaphic Apparatus
(Raschet profilya deformirovaniya korrektsionnoy poverkluiosti
vyravnivayushchego stekla v aerofotoapparatakh)
PERIODICAL: Geodeziya i Kartografiya, 1958P Nr 3f
PP 40  43 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: In his paper (Geodeziya i KartografiYal 1958, Nr 3P pp.
37  39) Professor M. M. Husinoy gave foraulao for the o4leu
lation of the deformation of the firalt surface of thd re6ti
fying glass in aerophotographic apparatus for the purpose of
compensating the residual distortion of the optical system.
An example of the calculation according tothis formula Is
given here. From the comparison of the profile abscissa of
the deformed surface with the amount of distortion to be~
corrected is to be seen that the amount of deformation is higher
than the amount of distortion. Therefore the technical toler
Card 1/2 ances in the treatment of the deforme .dsurface of the' recti
65838/16
A Calculation of the Deformation Profile of the Correction Surfaoe~ in~the
Rectifying Glass of Aerophotographic Apparatus
fying glass need not be especially strict. There are 2 figures
and 1 table.
AVAILABLE: Library of Congress
1. Photographic equipmentOharacteri8tios
Card 2/2
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ZVMV, Vitaliy Arkad'yovichy assiatent
Actual Eerromagnetic matarUl in eloctroni(I models of magnetic
elements, Izv, vys, ucheb. zav.j elaktromolkh. 5,rio.5:563565
162,
(141RA 15.5)
1. Kafedra elektrialieskikh apparatov KharIkovalcogo
pplitekhnicheskogo, institrta.
(Cores (Electrioitl)5
(Ferrates"Llectromealmnical amlogies)
V.I.;. 3RWSKIT, L.N.
In(bistrial use of fiwnitura, pnnels with saiw4ust c*rms. Dqr.piam,5;
no.8:1819 Ag 156. (Km 0110)~
l.Rharlkovskiv mebollhyy kembluat Imeni Shch*rsa.
(Vurniture industry)
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ZYMATI T.J. BRODSKIT, L.N..
Yiniahing radio cabinets with grained paper. Der. prom. 6 no.9r2l22
3 '57. (KIRA 10:11)
1. Miartkovskir mballnyy kombinat im. Shcharea.
(Cabinetwork) (Graining) (Paper products)
Ill.A.; ZVEPXV* V.Ls
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ZVMV, VI. (g.Penza)
Woricaro of the evening and itight ohifto (to no tget due
attention. Sov.profooiuzY 7 no.15:420 Ag ~139.
(141RA 12:12)
(Panzaflight work)
A good mnual. ("Rve imnufAidtWelby B.B. Fedosa&o, A.G. Utkina,
Reviewed by r.K. Zverav).' TOkst. prow. 17 'no.8r63.Ag '570
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(Rugs) Obdosenko, B.190) (Utkin'a, A.Gq)
SERKOVA., V.I.;,ZVEREV, VA
Synthesis of asymmetric dimethylphenylnmetoWhenylacetylenyl
ethylene glycol. Trudy LTI no,59sl921 161.
(MIRA 17:9)
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REZANOV, I.A.; NGO TKHYONG. SHAN; SHEYNKANN, Yu.M.; RATS, II.V.; KRUG, O.Yu.;
ZYRYANOV, V.N.; RAKCHEYEV, A.D.; YAKOVLEVAJ Ye.B.; PETROVA, M.A.;
PETROV, Yu.I.; KUZNE7SOV, Ye.A.; YUDINA, V.V.; BARDINA, N.Yu.;
SIMANOVICHj I.M.; ATANSYAN, S,V.; SERGEYEVA, A.M.1 PARFENOV, S.I.;
RUTKOVSKIP Yatsek [Rutkowski, Jacek]; MAKHLINA, N:Kh.j qy I'J"
El= , , V,.;
TERNOVSKAYA, V,T.;,SAMOYLOVAp R.B,; YERMAKOVAp KI; BYKOVA, II.K.;
MEYYENp S.V.; BARSKOV, I.S.; WINA, L.B.;,BABANOVA, L.I.;
DOLITSKAYA, I.V.; GORBACH, L.P.; BUTSIXO, S.S.; TRESKI&SKIY, S.A.;
SVOZDETSKIY, N.A.; PRYALVKHINA, A.F.; GROSVALID, M.G.; MODEL', Yu.M.;
GORYAINOVA, I.N.; MEDVEDEVA, N.K.; MYALC, Yo.G.; DOPROVOLISKIY, V.V,;
KHOROSHILOV, P.I.; CHIKISHEV, A.G.
Brief news. Biul. MOIP. Otd. geol. 40 no.3:122154 MYJe 165.
(MIRA 18:8)
ZVEREVY V&PO
Role of the chemical composition of the atmospheric precipitation
in the formation of ground,waters in the Medvenka 334sin. Trudy lab.
gidrogeolgobi 45:6266 62M (KM ~15:6)
Medvenka ValleyWaterl UndergroundComposition)
(14edvenka ValleyPre,cipitation (W~teorqlcgf))
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OLIKHOVSKIY, I.A.; ZVEWj_VpS.,: KRINICHANSKAYA, L.A.; Rinimali uchastiye:
NMI, L.h.1 'T15KIN, A.S.; IUJDNI'TSKIY, B.I.
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Aasing the resistance of tirebox hearths in oteam boilers
with ~liquid elag removal. 30 no.321PI619 165,
iftupory
(MIRA18:12)
1, Krasnodarskiy filial Nauchnowissledovateltakogo Instituta po
montazhnym I spetsialinym stroitelinym rabw6un (Vor Ollkhovskiy,
Zverev, Krinichanskaya,.
s/186/62/0011/003/022/022.
E075/E436
AUTHORS: Abel'skaya, N.B., Gracheva, Ye.G., Yershova, Z.V.',
Zverev, V.S.
Maslovskaya, V.V. , Rudaya, L.Ya.
TITLL: Pr'eparation of long lived Bi210
PERIODICAL: Radiokhimiya, v.4, no.3, 1962, 377378
210
TEXT: To confirm the investigations with isomer Bi
reported by L.I.Rusinov, it was essen.tial to obtain a sampleof
Bi containing a large quantity of the isomer and a minimum quantity
of other radioactive admixtures. Theimetallic,13i subjected to
irradiation was thoroughly purified from Po an&the elements
activated by neutrons Zn, Ag, CdV Co, Sr, Sb,. Se, Te.
A sample of Bi enriched in Bi210 was obtained from the purified Bit
SUBMITTED: May 29, 1961
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(deceased]; V&ERW,'VV,[Aeceased1; SHPICIUWSKIYj;Ye.S..j kando
tekhn. nauk, retsenzent;,POMIKOV, N.N.p inzh4i reteenzent; RZHW.
VIKOV, V.S., red.j KOSOLAPOVAg E.F.t red. izdva; BERLOVp A.P.q.
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red.
(Brief manual on the treatment of nonferrous metals sind alloys] Krat
kil opravocbnik po obrabotke tovetnykh metallov'i 61avov. Mosk~Rg
Goa. nauchnotekhn. izdvo litry po chernoi i tmmtnoi metallurgiiq
19610' 410 PO (KIRA 140)
(Nonferrous metals) (Metalwork)
1. KAGIDSON, 0. Yu., FEDOTOVA, hl.V., ZVFHZV. V.Vqv
2. USSR (6oo)
"Quinoline Compounds as a Source of Medical PreparationVII14 Anesthetics of Ahe Serles
.of Amides of Chinchonic Acid," Zhur. Obsch. Xhiw.~ 0, No 22, 1939. Synthetic and
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AM'HOR: Shukahunov, V. Yo.; Zvorov,,.V. V.
CIZG: none
TIT11": Autormitic compensation for dynaiRic error of temperature transducerswith high
thennal inertia
SWRCE: IVUZ. Elekbromelchanika, no. 9, 1966, 10321037
.TOPIC TAGS: temperature transducer, circuit design
APSTRAC ,: Tho sciantific rosoarch laboratory of automation of production
,proco5sas at tho Novocharkasslc Polytochnical Instituto has dovolopod and tostodl
j.a circuit do3ignod for correction of dynamic error in thormorocoptorr. with
i.t.Imo constants from 800 seconds to 1/10 second. Tho principlo of tho
olootrio correction is sorios connection of the tomporaturo transducer and a
connocting link whose transfor funotion is tho invorso of tho tranaror Punctlvai
Jo'L the transducer. 'Since tho transfer functions of industrial thormorocoptora
oan be approximatod by an inortial link of firat, socond or bighor ordors. tho
corrocting link taust bo a first, socond or hij;hor ordor difforontiating link..
i Tho dovico dovolopod is baGo4~ on an operational amp4fior wVi;h automatic.
zero stabilization and flexible feedback. Orig. art. has: 3 figures and 14 formulas.
JJPRS: 39,1833
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polkovnik; DANILIN, T.N., inshenerpolkovtM; IrOmRiN ",*A.i~~
polkovnik, redaktor, KONOVALOVA. Te.K.. tekl6dchotkiy'redaktor.
[Artillery reconnaissande by inst*umemtsj* textbook for
artillery schoolej Artillariiskaia instrumentallikaii razvedks~
uchobnik dlia artilleriiskM uchilishch, Moskva, Voez.tzdve~
Kva obor.SSSR, 1956. 483 p9
(Kim 10 3 6)
(Kilitary recomnainuance')
(Artillery, Field aid moustaix)
AUTHORS; Zverev, V.Vi~ (Engineefl, and Utrbbin~ B.V. (Ejjgj~eer).
TITLE., Theory and Practice of Packing Coppipr and Alumint' Gorea
um
:of Power.0ablea (Teoriya i praktikk i I otneniya;rhedn1ykh
i alyuminlyovykh shil milovykh kabley
PERIODICAL: Vestnik Elaktropromyahlennosti, Nrl'.11, :1958, pp.5660,
(USSR).
ABSTRACT: Heavyseetion power cables are stranded:f6r,flexibility;
then the conductors are,packed by 'e6mpre 'ssion ini:
special
rollers to increase the filling factor and reduce!th6
external diameter.. The benefits that result from this
process are enumerated., A simplified account is;given
of the processes that o.ecur'during the packing of the:
conductors. The process is conside red one layer~at a
time and it is assumed that the first liyer is packed
before the second,lay is applied. "In the usual
constructiono where the:aonduotors s~xe not packed in this
way, all the strands are of the same diameter", but witb.
the packed construction each radial: laye~r should ~oontaln
Card 1/2 wires smaller in diameter than those tenouth it so th6t
Theory
Cables.
and Pr~ctice of Packing Gopper and Aluminium Cores of,.Fourer
the wires lie correctly onthei underlyi.,~g packed, layers.
Equations are given by means of whi'ch wire'diameters1or
successive layers may be calculated. Axpressions are also
given for the external diameters pfloonduotors. ;The;
*quipment required for packing eonduetors In the.faetory
is described. The rolls used to puLak ~he conductors: are
of special profile and a descripiioii of.these is given..
Types of profile used are sketched in Figs.2, 3 &A.
There are 5 figures, 1 table.
SUBMITTED: April 24, 1957.
1.  Electric cables.Cores 2. Electric cableeConstructi6n;
Card: 2/2
SOV/110158h~2!2/28
AUTHORS*, Pashchenko, V.Ye. (Engifieer), and "Zverei,~ V.V. (gngineer)
(FO;
TITLE: Discussion 0~tngineer I.'V..Xuranov1d' Axticle poirodu
stat.1~iInzh.,I.V* Kuranova).:
PERIODICAL: Vastnik 216ktropromyshlonnosti lir 111 1958, p.71?~
(USSR)
ABSTRACT: This is a discussion of :the' previous'*article on
11 Increasing. the output of aableMaking machinerylgo: These
authors claim that although Kursnovll~s iddis are, all 'rtlght
in principle kis approach is oversimplified. Yor
example,, cabiemaking machines with armoiiringheada
usually have additional heads for applying paper, and;
these cannot necessarily be speeded4p in the samelway.
In particular, it is difficult to mlaintain:constant '
tension of the paper at variable maohineispeeds. Kuranov's
suggestion may be applicable to simple machines with no
paperwinding headso provided that.it is'possible to :
change all the reels at once, but even then the increase
Card 1/2 in output will not be so great as he claims. Each
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iwine, radiation pressure as a basis and not' tsing A radiometer.
Akust.zhurS2 no.4:3~~)79 OD '56, (KM 10:1)
Gorlkovakiy isaledovatellskiy fi%ikotekhI.Licheskiy Instutut pri
GorIkovskom &sudaretvennom instututa.
(SoundMeasurliment)
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4643/17
AUTHOR: Zverev, V.A.
TITLE: The Effect of Directivity of a Receiv'Jng System on the Mean
Intensity of a Signal Received as a Result of Scatterin..
go ustroystva na
(Vliyaniye napravlennosti priyemno,,,
spyodnyuyu intensivnnel(JI si(.;nala, prini.mayemoGo za schet
rasseyahiya)
PERIODICAL: Akusticheskiy Zhurnal, 1957, Vol jii,z Wr 4, pp.329336
(USSR)
ABSTRACT: There are two ways of discussing the propagation of
c;;, t:)
waves in a medium with small random nonuniformities in
the refractive index. Obukhov (Ref5), Chernov (Ref.4),
and a number of other workers have solved:tlie problem of
amplitude and phase fluctuations of a wave at some point
on the wave front as functions of the distance L tray
ersed by the wave in a nonuniform medium. In pape rs con
cerned with scattering of'waves (Ref4.1, 2 and 3),the mean
intensity of scattered radiation at some an'gle 9 to the
direction of the wave vector of the undisturbed wave is
computed. Which of these two methods is adopted depends on
the directivity of the receiving and tran8mitting antennae.
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Library of Congress.
Card 3/3 1. Antennas 2. Microwave scattering Scatteringjntinsft~Theory
fl!""fli raw 11111z
ZVDF.*,N, V. A.
"Propagation of a Modulated Wave In a Randotaly Inhomoleno.uq ~Dadiuw.
with Y~kLACHOI, A. L., "Frequeney Modulation Applied :to Acousld*c Ream:rements"
4.
IC Mo5covj 26 Ilay o hn 58,
pape presented at the 4th AllUnion Conf. on Acousticri)
N. U., ZV I . 4
"The Wave Propagation in Mediums With Rand(za Heterogeneities".
report presented at the AllUnion Conference on Statistical Radio PIWsics,
GorIkiy, 1318 October 1958 (Izv. vyssh uchev zavedRadiotekh., vol. 2,
No. 1,~pp 12112'171 COW= card under SIMROV, V. I.)
SOV/46444/20
AUTHORS: Zverev, V.A. and Nalacher, A.I.
TITLE: Measurement of the Intora(.~tion of Sound Wavk, in Liquids tlzmereaiye
vzaimodestviya rvulcovykh voln V zilinnot ~h)
ya
PER,161CAL. Akustiihsakiy Zhurnsl, 1958, Vol 4,, Hr S, pp 321. 324 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: Zverov and Ocrellic (Ref 1) showed experimentally: that if a high:
frequen,ay va7e field interacts at rightanglez with a lowfrequen,,.y
f iv3A , then the highxrequency vaso ip. phate modulated. The present
paper describes an appr=imate, ealculation and quantitative ineaa,urements
of iuch eta Interaction. Thl; interaction IIs duo to uonlinearity of
the medium which appeara as nonlinearity of the hydrodynamic equations
and the equation of,state. The equationorstate nonlinearity;
predominatea and calculations are based onl:the asiiumption that the
hydrodynami,. nonlinearity can be negleated, Tne phase modulation of
the highrrequeacy wave is due to a periodic change of its V:elocity
in the field or the stronger lowfraq!u6n.'~ wave, The waves studied by
the a*uthora had frequenciea of 1,3 x 1()66/a and 3 x 103c/3 respectively.
The experimental torhnique, employei follovi6d Ref I. The apparatus
ueed in chown in Fie 1, It eonsists of a highfrequency
Card 1/3 generator 1, a rhaneahifter 2, a hIAOxfro(Illan,"Y amplifler 3, a balancing
Measurement of the Interaction of Sound Waves In LiTaid,,.i
amplifier 4, a datenf(:r 5, a lowfrequenty ampiltier and filter,6,
a ZG10 lowfroquency generator "e. a VKS7 valve voltmeter 8, a LV9
valve volbaeter 9, a Plexiglar, bath 10, a quartz vibrator (producing
1.3 x 106c/s) 11. a qi.artt receiver 12, bellows 13 and an alectiodynamic
vibrator tproducing 3 x 103d/a'1 14. Meas"ementLq were made in tap
(mains) viaten in 93.5yu ethyl alcihol, andin~21.6y* NaCl solution.
Fig 3 gives the vertical distribution of pressure above the centre
of the highfrequency vibrator. The ordinate give the values of the
logarithin of the voltage produced by a BaT103 probe used to measure
pressure, while the abscissa gives the distance from the vibraror.
Distribution of pressure tin bars) along alhoriEontal line away~from
the highfrequency vibrator is given in Fig 4. In both Pigs 3 and 4
eurV63 1, 2 and 3 denote tap water, NaCl VDIUtlOa and ethyl alcohol
respectively. The pressure distributiors van in Pigs 3 and 4, show tho;
the highfrequency waves are not planar. , This fact vms allowed for
in calzulation.,s of the rate of change of the sound velocity~'c wLth
prer31are p (d,:,/dp). The valae of d,.I/dp ivan obtained from the measured
phase modulation of the highfrequency TA?,ro. The results obtained are
Card 2/3 given in a tAble on p 324. The sixth column gives the values of dc/dp
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obtain&l by the Present authcrs, the soventh column gives dc/dp~ calculated
frcm static measurements des cribel In Refs' 2, 3. From the, resulta .
obtained the valjea of the constant b vhich occurs In the equation of
state F = ap + b~ 13 (F and are departuramIof pie.psure and density from
their equi'libriim valueavx, a the s. U
quare of so ad velteity at
infinitely ama.L1 aensities and b a constant for a given medium) were
obtained f or the three liquids In, es ti gate4. Tho values of ~ b and b/&
are given in the third and fourth columns of the table. The values of
the ratio B/A which occurs in the equation of state F = A?1A1o t:
were al5o obtained and are tiven in the fifth column of the~table The
latter equation of state comen from Ref 4. rhe authors estimate the
accurany ot their values of d~,,/dp to be 'rhore are 4 figures, 1 table
and rp roferen,o!~, .3 of which ar3 kmor5!,.qn Pnd 2. Soviot.
ASSOCIi,,T.1011. Gor,~",.rckly &o,?idarnt'vennyy (Gurlkiy State University)
SUPE1 TTED. Seritemoo: 13.. 195,,7
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AUTHORS:
'
Denisov, N.G,~ and Zverev,
3
TITLE: 1
ion in
Some Problems in the Theory of W~xe impagLit

Media With Random Irregulariti
es (A Review)
PERIODXCAL: Izvestiya.vysshikh ucheV.i;ykh.zavedeniy, Radiofizika,
1959t Vol 2, Nr 41 Pp 521 542'(USSR),
ABSTRACT: The present review discusses method ,~:,'of soluti6n of
,
of wd~Ve.;
phenomenological problems in the thelory
propagation in media with random iire~gularities~ isoo
;
'
atistica
.l !
the A
t
the methods of calculation ot,
,
,
properties of the.field of a,4a%,e whith has 'passed
I
LK
6ous laye,r,'* Amo'ng thest statis
through a nonhomogen
tical properties are the amplitudi iind phase
fluctuations and the correspon4,ing:,correlatlonl'functions.
;
' t
The discussion also includes~:!thediffraetidn a
,
irregular screens and certaiji problems in catter~ng,
theory. The review,:covers,M"ainly those topics which
have not been considered in!i~existin reviews and mono
graphs, e.g. those by Chernov aa'd,R&Iiffe (Refs 1, 3).
Moreover, in distinction to'theiexisting'reviews and
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monographs, the present paper i
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Some Problems in the Theory of Wave Propagation in Media With
Random Irregularities (A Review)
of the regular refractio:d of wairas*in anonuniform~
layer. The paper is divided into,'' four ',z ect ions
namelyz 1) geometrical optics approxtmation;
2) the method of continuous perturbations;
3) d"ffraction of waves by an irregular screen and
4) the scattering of waves by small irregularities.',
There are 31 references, of whic hr 19 are Soviet,
4 German and 8 English,
ASSOCIATION:. Nauchnoissiedovatelfskiy radiotizichaskiy institut
pri Gor1kovskom universitete (Scientific Research',
Radiophysics Institute of, Gorlki~OU~~i~jvers~lt)
SUBMITTED: June 15, 1959
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AUMORS: Zverev, V.A. and Orlov, Ye.F.
TITLE: Mq_uT~ Tol~ the Measurement of the Spectra and'!
Correlation Functions of LowfrequIency;Processes'::
PERIODICAL: Pribory i tekhnika eksperimenta, 1960, Nr 1,
Pp 50  57 (USSR)
ABSTRACT: The instrument As.111ci edschejna.t*q.4lY in F~Lsure 1.
S,
Wo
a :a light
films In" I and'n 0: ~.oc 0s;9 be"
21
f
9(x and :Kx) are recorded on the ilms alonji'th4
"window" having e~ length D 00 ifint The
make 7 ~~3.
transparency f(x) of,the film. 4isa funqtidn~of x'
onds to a timedepandent proceso
corresp
f(t).x = vt where ~v is the velocity of motrioli. of
the film during the recording of the signal. Th 'e light
transmitted through the superimposed f ilms II and ri
1~ ;2
falls on a set of photo cells. The current of;the phot
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'Functions of Lowfrequency Processes
cells is proportional to the light flux'impinging on it
and can be expressed by:
(3),
i B f(x)g(x )dx
D/2
is
If the film n having a transp~Lreney. g(x
j
moved with respect to rl2 by a quantity the
current is:
+D/2
i B f(x)g(x dx (4) 4
The quantity measured by the meter' 3. (Figure 1) aixd
recorded by a registering device: 2 is proportional to
the correlation functtn of the proces.~ t f (t) :&;Ud g (t)
Card2/5 at the point By changing which can be* done by
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11122 11A~12'
Equipment for the Measurement; of the Spec a/H  Correlation
Functions of Lowfrequency Processes
moving one of the films with respect to.the other, it
is possible to determine the type~of the.correlation
function. In order toidetermine the spectrum of. f(x)
it is necessary to express g(x) in the form:
g(x) cos k (x, (5)
n
k then:
with different k if
,n n
i BDC c o6 '(k (p (6)
n n n:
which shows that~the amplitude of~tfie output sijnial 'is
proportional to the spectral ampliiuda'.of the signal
:prineLple
The instrument constructed:~on the above:
had the frequency.range from 1/3001ito 3~c/s. The
averaging time couldibe as, high as 1301) sec. Some of the
Card3/5 experimental results obtained by mean:5 of the instrumen
Equipment
Functions
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for.the Measur ement of theEIAMP~nd Correlation
of Lowfrequency Processes
are shown in Figures 2114 Figur,e'3 shows a comi)arison of
the correlation function measured by the instrument,
(solid line) with the calculated r6sult ts.which are
indicated by the crosses. Figures':'11 show the response
of the sytitem to a sinusoidal signal for various,window
lengths. Figure 5 gives the cross,correlation function
for a pulse train having a markto,spa6e ratio of 1:2
and a sinusoidal signal. Figures 68 d1how the oscillo
grams of certain processes and their correlation.'and
spectrum functions over a certain1frequency bandwidth.
Figure 9 phows the acceleration procesiies in a s'eat of
the car, type M21 "Volga", produced at the GorIkiy,
Car Factory and the c,orrelation function of the acceler
ation curve.. Figures 1011 give the recordings Of
'human heart signals and their autocorralation functions.
There are 11 figures and 4 referencesi,:3 of which are
English and 1 Soviet.
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TITLE: Dispersion Properties of Media Containing Random.
Irregularities
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh Z'#Itvedeniy;
Radtofizika, 1960, Vol. 3, No. '119 PP. ~23  724~
TEXT: In a previous paper (Ref. 1) the . present author showed:
that during the propagation of a;modulated wave in a medium
containing random irregularities, the change in the character,
of the modulation is similar to that in the case of a dispersive
medium. This change is determined by the value of the phase
invariant:
((P (P )/2
(Po 1 2
(Ref. 2), where (p0 is the phase of the carrier and
(Pl,2 are the phases of the ,side compone Ints.
The calaulation given in Ref. I wa5.concerned only with sm IAll
values of 2 It follows from Eq. (1) that the correlat ion,
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Dispersion Properties of Media Containing Rar tdom Irregularities,
function for the phase invariant can be written in~the form
of Eq. (2), where ~Oi(~)(p are tile correlation functiona
for phase changes on frequencies._ w.i and w J:~ In accordance
with Eq. (2), the spectrum of is the' sum of tile
spectra of the correlation functions (Pi (p W
J.
Using the method put forward by Tatarskiy in Ref. 3, ageneral
expression is derived for the correlation function'rfor the
phase invariant (Eq. (7A The derivation is.based on Eq.
whial.was detailed' by Tatarskiy in Ref. 3.,
There are 3 Soviet references.
ASSOCIATION: Nauchnoissledovatellskiy radiofizidheskiy
institut pri Gortkovskom universitet
(Scientific Research Radiophysicii Institute of
Gor1kiy University)
SUBMITTED: April 26, 1960
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f, f3 00
AUTHOR:
TITLE,. Scattering of Modulated Waves by,''Random
Irregularities
PERIODICALs Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh~xavedeniyj
4
Radiofizika, 19609 Vol. 39 No. 5~p PPQ, 903  90
TEXTs The study of the propagation of a 4riodulated wave,: can
be used to obtain information about the de:~;ree:,of correlation
for fluctuations at different frequencies. . The degree.of
correlation can be determined by measuring the:;mean square
of the "phase invariant" (Ref. 1)
Wo  )/2
((F1 + W2
where in the phase of the c,;.rrier and (p,,,, is tho
0
phase of the side components in the camt of complete
correlation of fluct,aations in phaseq flu~c'tuat.ions in the
phase invariant vanish.while in the complete a,bsence of.:
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correlation
2 2
0 (3/2)w (2)
2
In a number of cases, ~p can be estimated,from .the mean
square value of fluctuations in the level of Cte~.receivedl
signal, In the case of scattering by weak.irregularities,
correlation functions for the scattered field, phase and
amplitude, at a large distancefrom the scattering' centres,
are practically identical. A sufficient condition for the
identity of the correlation functions for the field and phase
is a low value of the modulus of the mean square fluctuation
of the complex phase. The present author determines the
correlation of scattered fields at different frequencies
and assumes that the angle V at which the scattering is
observed is independent of frequency and that dispersion
is absent. Assuming that the scattering occurs on weak
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.gularitie
irregularities, the scattered field at a latte distance
fro.m*the scattering Centre is written down IM the form
2
E k sin,x
0 0
k (3)
41vR
where E0 is the amplitude of the incidentirave
k is the wave vector of the incideilt valve,
0
x is an angle representing the polilrisat'ion,
R is the distance from the scattering volume and
C is given,by
k
k
V
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In this expression, Ac is the fluctuation~in the refractive
index, K = k  k where k is the wave vector of the
0
scattered field and
2kosin(..9/2) (5)
The required correlation is defined by
2 2 2
E k k sin x
o 1 2
E(k )E(k 6 EV (6)
1 2 2 k k
(4"trR) 1
It then remains to compute the quantity S.i C.;F it is
X?
shown that for a spherical scattering centre having radius R
the latter quantity is given by
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information on the order of magnitude of the scattering
centre and its form.
There is 1 Soviet reference.
ASSOCIATION: Nauchno~issledovatellskiy radi6fizicheskiy
institut pri Gor1kovskom universitete
(Scientific Research Radiophysics Institute
of Gorlkiy University)
SUBMITTED: may 5, 196o
Card 6/6
ZVEM IT, V.A., KAUGHEV, A. L
Application of frequenc7 modulation to aconstic measurementso
Akust. zhur. 6 no.2;20212 160. (MIRA 13:8)
1. Nauchno  isoledovatellskly radiofizichaskly institut pri
GorIkovskom. gasudaretvennom.universitete.
(Sound waves)
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AlYfffbRS: Zverev, V.A. and Orlov, Ye.F.
TIAA Information transmission Rate in~a Channel With
Multipath Propagation
PERIODICAL: Izvestiya vysshikh.uchebnykh~zavedeniy,
Radiofizika, 1961, Vol. 4, No. 2. pp..282  292
TEXT: The problem of channel capacity of multipath
communications channels with constant or variable~parameters
has been considered by various authors  R.L. Dobrushin
(Ref. 4  Teoriya veroyatnostey i eye primeneniye, 3, 395i
1958), B.S. Tsybakov ( Radiotekhnika i elektronika, 1958 4,
1427  Ref. 5) and J. Feinstein (J. Applo Phys., 26, 219:'1955
Ref. 6). The problem is investigated further in this paper.
It is assumed that the investigated channel4s in the form
shown in Fig. 1. The signal x(t) propagates through a
multipath medium by various routes and at the receiver it is
in the form
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Y(t)
arx(t Vr)
r=1
where a r and 1~r are the damping coefficient and the
propagation time for the small rth path, respectively. The
frequency characteristic of the mult1path channel is written
as:
12 rf
k(f) rai ar e r
The output signal contains correlation couplings,of the type::
n n
B y a ra SB X(t + S' ) (3)
r=1 s=l
F, U T 1 W
4 i1i 1 ;4111 L 1 14,9411 H i LIS, i I RNA 1 19 11 1~r ", ", , , 11 ~;` j ~ ii kij ~j ii
IIrl 11 1111
*4EM win a RE42 Lq HVI I'T.Atf (41 7. U1 I  '1 1 1
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Informationtransmission Rate ... E192/13,382
where B and, B are the autocoridation,functions of the
y x
signals y(t) and x(t) . The signal at the reqieiver,
together with the noise z(t) , appears at the output of the
communications channel, where the total signal can therefore
be expressed as:
n
V(t)* arx(t ir) + ZI(t) (4).
r=1
The informationtransmission rate C when"the signal at thel
input of the channel has normal Idistribution, can*be expressed
by (Ref. I  K. Shannon  The Theory of Electrical SignaI
Transmission in the Presence of Noise, IL, Moscow, 1953)~
Pef 7 P. Elias Proc. IRE, 39, 839, 1951):
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H: Nil
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Information .ransmission Rate ... B.192/E.382
1/2
C lim log M
T
T
where M is the correlation matrix of the output signal:~
IV
N'N
V
V
where v are the values of the output signal at'the
sampling time intervals. :On the basis of Eq. (7)'it is palssible
to express the channelinformation capacity~in terms of the
spectral functions of the signal (Ref. 2  Cybernetics. izd.
Sov. radio, Nil., 1958  14.1fiener; Ref. 8 Dolcl., Ak.nauk'SSSR,
99, 213, 1954 MS Pinskar):
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I Y(h) F I yuj) 11
C L log (I + 109 1 +
T T 1401, (8)
.2
where ;Y(f and ~Z(f are spectral densities of
the signals y(t) and z(t) If the signal and'noise
spectra (62 and o~) are independent of frb4uency, Eq3. (7)
and (8) can be written as,
.2
y log IRI",
C F log 1~ + 11M
T T (7a)
+ .2 k(DP
y df.
C log
I k(f)JI df
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Informationtransmission Rate .... ru 9 2/ E3 812.
where It is the matrix of the correlation coefficients of,
the signal at the output of the channel (corresponding to the
matrix 1.1 In the case.of a two*path propagation., it can~be
assumed that the signals received have amplitudes' al' and ~a2
and that the relative delay time is _, The frequency
characteristic ofthis channel is:
2 2 2
k(f)' a + a + 2a a cos (2 f y'
1 2 1 2
so that the channel capacity is given by:
F
2 2
C. logli + OL(a + aP + 2aaa cos(21~f'_'~):df. (14)
2
0
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2
where a op . The effect of twopath propagation is
X/ z
illustrated in Eig. 2, where F is the bandwid,th of the
transmission channel. The channel capacity ofa system with'
npath propagation, having a maximum delay time T P and i
spectral distribution for the amplitude of the received signal
K(f), is also investigated and it is shown that in.this case
the capacity is expressed by:
y
Fe
C Ei _2~ (10
2
ln 2
y
7Z
where Ei(x) is the integral exponential function''which can'
be represented in the form of the following se ies:
r
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n
x X X
Ei(x) c + in(x) +  + + I I + (20)
1.11 2,21 n.~.hi
(x < 0)
where c 057. On the other hand, for an n,path;propagation
'inimum if
channel the rate of informationtransmission is a m
the energies transmitted to the receiver byvarious paths are
equal and the signal delays along the various paths' are the same.
The frequency characteristic of such a channel is $iven by:
2 2
sin (,rnf 'r,)/B in(IYf rt
(23Y
where /'a is the delay time Fand its capacity is expressed by
2
C F log(a + log sin (,fiTf)/sin(Ttaf; df (24).
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In general, the signal at the output of a multipath propagation
channel, which is defined by Eq. (4), has fluctuation ampli'
tudes a and delay times 'Due to the pres ence of a,
r r
large number of interfering pathe or rays, it,ican be assumed
that the changes of the transfer function for.the channel at
various frequencies are independent. The frequency interval
for the correlation of these changes is dependent on the
0
reverberat7ion time T p this is defined by:,
Jo,= I/T p (26)
The qualitative estimate of a multipath communications.channel
with variable parameters can be estimated on the basis of
the ifork of Feinstein Wef. 6)j who gave a formula' for the
capacity of a channel whose output signal was in the form:
V(t) K(t)y(t) + Z(t) (27)
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where K(t) is a random modulation function htwing the
normal probability distribution. The formulae for ;the information
transmission rate is in the form:
j2
C Af log I +2 Y
+ R~2/[ I +,k7l (q  (28)
Y
wh er e Lk fis the bandwidth of the signal frequencies,
K is the mean square value of the fluctuations ofl(t)*,
q i the number of sampling points for the signal at
which the values of K(t) are correlated.
It can easily be shown that:
q jL\fT (29)'
where T~~In is the autocorrelation interval for t he modulating
function K(t)
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Amult1path channel with,variable parqmetet~s cali be si,.1it, into
a number of subchannels' whose' bandwidths',are less tivan~. the'~
frequency interval The capacity can be expressed by:
r
df.
+ R!I
provided the interaction between~,the neighbouring subchanyieli
is.disregarded. On the basis of~the above formulae, it i4~
concluded that in a channel with constant parambteis, the
presence.of many propagation paths do'es not reduce the capacity
of the channel; in most cases, the channel capgcity is equal~ito
the capacity of a singlepath channel whose energy~is equal'i
to the total energy of all the "paths" transmitted',to the
receiver. On the other hand, the occurrence of th~ equidistance
distribution of delay times is very improbable'lin normal
conditions. In the case of a channel with variable.parameters,
the fluctuations of, the parameters have a significant effect
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on the channel capacity: the capacity is dependent on the:
width of the $spectrum and the magnitude of the changes of the
transfer fungtion of thf channel. The capacity of. amultipAth
communications channel c;iti be determined if the following
quantities are Imown: correlation in the signal produced by the J
multipath propagation; time.and frequency correlation of the
amplitude fluctuations of the received signal 'and 'the width's
of the spectrum at the output of the channel whenaa sinusoidale:
signal is applied at the input.
There are 3 figures and 8 references: '6 Soviet and 2 non
Soviet. Two of the Soviet references are translated from
English.
ASSOCIATION: NauchnoissledovatellsJUy radiofizicheskiy;.institut
ci~ ntific Ite:seafrch,,
pri Gor1kovskom universitete '(S e
Radiophysics Institute of Goilkiy University)
SUB14ITTED September 22, 1960
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ZVEREV, Vitaliy Anatollyevich).dots.
(Theory of probability with a supplement to irilormation
theory; textbook for students of the second and third year
of the faculty of radio physics) Teoriia. verolatnostei s
prilozheniem k teoril informatsii; uchebnoe posobie dlia
studentov 11 1 111 kursov radiofizicheskogo falrultata. Gar,
kii, Gorlkovskii gos. univ. im. N.I.Lobashovskogo. Nos. 13.
1961. 123 P. (MIRA 17:4)
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AUTRORSs Zverev, A., Spiridonova, I. K.
TITLEt Determination of atmospheric turbulanoo characteristics on
the basis of statistical soundfiold tinalysia
PERIODICALs Akusticheskiy zhurnalp v 7, no. 4, 196io 426435
TEM Phase and amplitude fluctuations occurring in the propagation of,
,sound waves in the atmosphere are caused by inhomogeneities. The authors
developed a method for the determination of atmosphe xic inhomogeneit ;ies
and mean squares of phase fluctuations by measuring the correlation
coefficient of a sound field in the atmosphere, L. A. Chernov (Akust. zh.,
t, rel
1957~ 39 29 192194) established a relation between the field cor. ation
function and the autocorrelation functions of amplitude and phase
fluctuations for the case of crosscorrelationt AY
2 2 2 2
E72  E exp(2A ) exp [A (R + (R 1 (2),
0 A
where E is the field, A is the amplitude fluctuationi is the phase
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fluctv.ation, R and R are the correlation coefficients of amplitude and
A
phase fluctuations, respectively~ The authors determined'the field
correlation caused only by a phase fluctuation. In this~case (A  0),
ln R 2 (R 1) (5)
is Talil. For O